Supplies for Military Use

Claims made by the following citizens of Pendleton were certified in a Court of Augusta, Aug. 18, 1775. They appear to be a result of the Dunmore War of 1794.

Bennett, William
Conrad, Ulrich
Cowger, George
Cunningham, James
Davis, Robert
Eberman, Jacob
Ellsworth, Moses
Fleisher, Peter
Friend, Jonas
Hammer, George
Harper, Nicholas
Harpole, Nicholas
Hinkle, Jacob
Hoover, Sebastian
Johnson, Andrew
Keister, Frederick
Kile, Gabriel
Kile, George
Mallow, George
Minniss, Robert
Nelson, John
Patton, Mathew
Skidmore, James
Skidmore, Samuel
Stone, Henry
Swadley, Henry
Teter, George
Teter, Paul
Wagoner, Lewis

Supplies for Military Use, 1792

Claims were rendered in 1782 by citizens of Pendleton for supplies furnished the American army in the Revolution. The items most often mentioned are "diets," beef, bacon, oats, coarse linen, and horse hire. The persons presenting such claims are given below.

Blizzard, Thomas
Collett, Thomas
Conrad, Ulrich
Coplinger, George
Cowger, Michael
Cunningham, William
Davis, John
Davis, Robert
Dice, Mathias
Dunkle, George
Dunkle, John
Dyer, James
Dyer, Roger
Ellsworth, Moses
Evick, Francis
Evick, George
Friend, Jacob
Gragg, William
Hamilton, Garvin
Harman, David
Harper, Jacob
Harper, Philip
Harpole, Michael
Hedrick, Charles
Hevener, Francis
Hevener, Jacob
Hinkle, Abraham
Hinkle, Justus
Hoover, Sebastian
Hoover, Sebastian
Harpole, Michael
Hedrick, Charles
Hevener, Francis
Hevener, Jacob
Hinkle, Abraham
Hinkle, Justus
Hoover, Sebastian
Johnson, Andrew
Keister, Frederick
Kile, Gabriel
Kile, George
Mallow, George
Minniss, Robert
Nelson, John
Patton, Mathew
Skidmore, James
Skidmore, Samuel
Stone, Henry
Swadley, Henry
Teter, George
Teter, Paul
Wagoner, Lewis

Citizens Exempted from Military Service in 1794 by Reason of Physical Infirmity.

Bland, Thomas
Blizzard, Thomas
Bush, Lewis
Conn, Michael
Conrad, Jacob
Cophlinger, George
Evick, George
Fisher, Philip
Fultz, Philip
Hill, John
Lambert, John
Life, Martin
McKinley, Peter
Mick, Mathias
Miller, George
Nelson, John
Parker, Thomas
Patterson, William
Peninger, Henry
Radabaugh, Henry
Root, Jacob
Shaw, Peter
Stone, John
Wilson, James
Wolf, Philip

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Source: History Of Pendleton County West Virginia By Oren F. Morton, Franklin, West Virginia Published By The Author, 1910

 

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