The Resource Filed as accession 19877

Filed as accession 19877

Label
1814, 1823
Inclusive dates
1814, 1823
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Typescript copies made by A. H. S. Weaver of Macon, Georgia, of affidavits, 1814, 1823, from the Putnam County, Georgia, minute books, including affidavits, November 1814, of Francis Calloway of Elbert County, Georgia, given to the clerk of Putnam County, Court, concerning the Revolutionary War service of James Leftwich (d. 1778) of Bedford County, Virginia, and John Lynch (d. ca. 1781) of Albemarle County, Virginia, stating that Leftwich died from wounds received at the battle of Monmouth and Lynch died of wounds received at the battle of Cowpens or at Buford's defeat; affidavit, 19 September 1823, of Abraham Cutliff, of Putnam County concerning his Revolutionary War service in Apsley's Company, Greens Regiment of the Virginia Line, including the battles of Paulus Hook and Monmouth, and contains a listing of Cutliff's personal property; and an affidavit, 20 September 1823, of William J. Stephens (b. 1751) of Putnam County concerning his Revolutionary War service in Parker's Regiment of the Virginia Line, including the battles of Saratoga, Monmouth, and Charleston, and containing a listing of Stephens' real and personal property
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Action
  • Accessioned
  • Described
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Biographical or historical data
A. H. S. Weaver was an attorney in Macon, Georgia.
Cataloging source
Vi
Form designation
Affidavits
Label
Filed as accession 19877
Note
Filed as accession 19877
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  • The Library of Virginia
Extent
4
Immediate source of acquisition
Weaver, A. H. S.
http://library.link/vocab/recordID
000495070
Reproduction note
Typescript copies.
Type of unit
leaves.

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