Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Simpson County
This list was complied by Margaret Snider as part of a DAR program. If you have corrections and/or additions, please E-mail me.
DICKEY, Ebenezer Pension Application 4 Oct 1832. Simpson Circuit Order Book D, p. 328. Application # W8669. Private NC Troops. Buried Dickey Cemetery: Died 5 Jun 1840 in his 79th year. Marr. Nov 1783 or 1784 in Rowan Co NC to Mary Graham. Listed on 1819 and 1826 Simpson Co tax list.
DINNING, David Served in NC Militia. Pension Application Simpson Circuit Court 19 Aug 1834. #S-30992 Listed in 1820 and 1830 Simpson Co Census (Age 70-80) See p. 208-209 Families Past and Present.
DUVALL, Claibourne, Major Departed this life 7 Mar 1824. Aged 63 yrs 7 months 20 days. Buried 7 miles west of Franklin on Bethel Grove Road. Marr 8 Jun 1780 to Elizabeth Pope. See. p. 221 Families Past and Present.
FINN, Peter North Carolina service; not buried in Simpson Co. but resided here (added 26 January 2004)
GIBSON, John Simpson Co Deed Book 2, p. 466 - 18 May 1840. Lists land which joins the land of John Gibson, a Military Survey. Land located at Lick Fork Meeting House. Tombstone at old Mt. Vernon Church Cemetery, p. 202, with no dates.
HALL, Robert Private SC Line. Born MD in 1761or 1762. Pension Application: Simpson Circuit Order Book D, P. 200 - 4 Apr 1831. Age 72. States he is a resident of Logan Co.
HARMON, George Died 1826 in Simpson Co. Simpson Circuit Order Book C, p. 86. Listed in Simpson 1820 Census, HH 668, age 45 +. Lived in East Simpson. Ancestor of Doris Latimer, 327 Wixon Pit Road, Earlville IL 60518.
*HENDRICKS, Abraham, Sr. B. 1766. Listed in 1820 census and 1826 tax list. Married Charlotte Hinton. Buried in New Hope Church Cemetery. Seep. 290, 291 Families Past and Present.
additional info: I'm a direct desc. of Abraham and Charlotte through 2 of their sons, Samuel and James. According to family records, Abraham didn't happen to serve in the Rev. War. He died 14 Feb. 1848 in Jackson Co., Mo. Charlotte died in Simpson Co. though and could have been buried in the New Hope Cem. Abraham's brother is Johannes "John" Hendricks who is also on your list. Your info for him seems correct. submitted by Penny G. Douglas
HENDRICKS, John or Johannes b. 1753 - d. 1823-1824. Marr Mary Perkins - b. VA - d. 1825-1826. Both buried in Simpson County, maybe Peden Cemetery. She was daughter of John Perkins. She married (2) _____ Webb. See p. 290 Families Past and Present.
HERNDON, James B. 1737 VA - D. 15 Jan 1815 Logan Co KY (now Simpson). Land on Dry Branch of Spring Creek joined Richard Wilkins. Land on waters of Whippoorwill joined Amos West.
HENSON, Jesse, Sr. b ca 1758, s/o William Henson, Sr, Albermarle Co, VA. d.10 May 1843, Marshall Co, KY; md Mary GOODBREAD 17 Aug 1782 Rutherford Co, NC. Lived on the Simpson Co/Allen Co. border of the Middle Fork of Drakes Creek (info by Martha Jackson, added 26 January 2004)
HENSON, John, Sr. b/o Jesse, b 1766 d Wayne Co, IL 30 Aug 1833, md Jane GOODBREAD Lived on the Simpson Co/Allen Co. border of the Middle Fork of Drakes Creek (Info by Martha Jackson, added 26 January 2004)
Pvt North Carolina Line; 30 Dec 1833;
4 March 1831; 71 (added 26 Jan 2004)
additional info: (added 15 Jan 2007) Military Service: Revolutionary War Pension S31127 State
of Kentucky, Simpson County.
On this 12th day of September 1833 personally appeared before James Herndon, a Justice of the Peace in and for said county, John Hickman, who is a resident of said state and of Logan County, KY, aged 71 years, who being first duly sworn according to law, doth on his oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefits of the Act of Congress passed 7th June 1832.
HINTON, Jesse Land grant adjacent to Strader farm on Drake’s Creek. B. 1759 in VA or NC-Dafter 1840. Married 1788 in Rowan Co NC to Elizabeth Hendricks (b. 1765 - d. Jul 1853) Both are buried in New Hope Church Cemetery. See p. 226 Families Past and Present.
*HORN, Nathan Sgt NC. Pension Application #R5232. DAR Patriot Index: b 27 May 1762 NC, d 1834 KY. Marr I: Nancy Jennings, 2: , 3: ____Dishman. Lived in NW Simpson. Listed in Simpson 1820 Census and Simpson 1830 Census.
additional information received 2
Oct 2002: You
list my 3g-grandfather Nathan Horn who is buried in Logan Co. None of the DAR
applications that name a wife Dishman have any documentation to prove this and
my documents prove otherwise. His 2nd wife was Sarah Harris who died before
1821. She is named as his deceased wife in an 1828 Southampton Co., VA Chancery
Court proceeding. Logan County marriage records show Nathan married 3rd to
Elizabeth Cleaves 11 Mar 1822 and it is believed that this is the Elizabeth Horn
who is buried on the Akers Farm in Logan Co, very close to where the top of the
headstone for Nathan Horn's grave was found under a barn that had been torn
down. Evidently Nathan was buried next to Elizabeth but his tombstone got
knocked over and hauled away to use as a foundation stone under the barn when it
was built and it has just recently been found when the barn was torn down on the
property next to the Akers Farm. submitted by Tom
Your data is correct for my other 3g-grandfather William Breedlove. We had a
government marker added next to his and his wife's old tombstones.
HOWELL, John Survey of 300 A. on waters of Spring Creek. Simpson Co DB 1, p. 433 - 6 Jun 1822.
HOY, Thomas Pvt VA Militia. Pensioner #S3 1096. Application 4 Mar 1831, age 71. DAR Patriot Index: b. 13 Jun 1763 VA, d 15 Sep 1846 KY, wife Susanna Bush. Listed on Simpson 1819 Tax List, Simpson 1820 Census, Simpson 1830 Census.
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