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Re: Rev War Service
Posted by: Sheila McKisic (ID *****9727) Date: April 03, 2002 at 04:36:51
In Reply to: Incomplete 1820 Tn Census + Rev War Service by Bob Godfrey of 656

There is another McKissick who fought in the Revolutionary War that was not on your list.

James McKissick was in the 8th Pennsylvania Regiment, Miller's Company. "These regiments from the frontier counties of the State, Westmoreland and Northumberland, were the first of the Line in the field, though they had come from the banks of the Monongahela and the headwaters of the Susquehanna." History of Fayette County, by Franklin Ellis, Philadelphia, L H Everts and Company, 1882, p77.

Maryland Pension Roll 1835
JAMES McKISSICK
WASHINGTON COUNTY
PRIVATE
PENNSYLVANIA LINE
$96.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE
$834.13 AMOUNT RECEIVED
OCTOBER 31, 1818 PENSION STARTED
AGE 66
DIED DECEMBER 23, 1826


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