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Re: I can now do lookups
Posted by: Heidi Date: November 03, 2001 at 09:12:28
In Reply to: Re: I can now do lookups by lewis barnett of 1300

Its your lucky day, you may even more surprised to see what other surprise this information has for you.
Lookup for William Barnett,and Rebecca Miller maybe Mary Miller

Found: Barnett, William, and Ann Miller Thomas Miller, surety-Nov. 25,1793.
Will,surety-March 10, 1778.

Some other information that you did not ask for but, its in the book so I always check here to for the names I'm sent.

Revolutionary Records of Botetourt Co., Va.- Aug. 1782

The following is an exact copy of original records found in the basement of the courthouse, in Fincastle Botetourt county, Virginia. "At a meeting of the field officers this thirty-first of Aug. 1782, for the county of Botetourt, for the purpose of carrying into Exercution this State's quota of Troops to serve the United States Army for the Termn of three years, or during the War, Present, George Skillern, County Lieut., Hugh Crocket, Colo., Wm McClenechan, Lieut, Colo., Patr. Lockhart, majr., James Breckenridge appointed Clerk, who took the Oath by Law required, Adam Peck appointed Martial."
"List of Capt. Eson's Company amounting to 45 men returned: That Colo Hugh Crocket of Capt James Barnett's Company, Capt. James Barnett, William Barnett, John Kent, Thomas Barnett, John Barnett, William McNeeley, Peter Brooks, George Madison, Jervis Brooks, William Ewing, William Stapletton, Henry Coleman, Solomon George, be considered as the Seventh District. and that along with more names of men of Capt. Barnett's Company, be considered as the Eight District.
I hope this adds some fun to your hunt. Heidi


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