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Garretsons/Hammonds of St Clair/Napier, Bedford Co., PA-- military muster
Posted by: Audrey Garretson (ID *****5709) Date: January 10, 2009 at 10:09:49
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My surnames for this research are GARRETSONs & HAMMONDs
Their heritage was Quaker from the New Castle, DE & York Co.,PA to Bedford Co., PA in the very early 1800s.

In the Quaker records, it list that Aaron's (and Mary Hammondsons John b/a/1781, William, Benjamin & Joseph were diciplined for militia muster. Also two Hammond brothers.
Any ideas/suggestions as to what/where this militia muster would be??

I have wives for William, Benjamin, & Joseph; however, John disappears after 1816. Have not found any data for him until perhaps, the 1850 census of Smithfield, Jefferson Co., Ohio living with wife, Mary, and son Joseph b/a/1824 PA Joseph's wife Mary Jane GREER, and Jospeh's children family
Any Assistance Appreciated

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