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The life and times of James Brenton, Major, Virginia Militia

Manuscript/Manuscript with Film
English
1976 (c1975)
161 leaves : maps.
Brenton series; v. 1

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Typescript (carbon copy) donated by Chester F. Brenton, Spokane, Washington.

James Brenton was born ca. 1742 in Hampshire County, West Virginia. He and his first wife were married in Hampshire County. They had three children, 1764-ca. 1770. The family migrated to Washington County, Pennsylvania, in 1769. He married 2) Mary Woodfield, in 1772 in Fayette County, Pennsylvania. They had four children, 1772-1779. He was a major with the Virginia militia during the Revolutionary War. The family migrated to Kentucky in 1779. He was killed fighting Indians in Shelby County, Kentucky, in 1782. Children lived in Kentucky and Indiana.

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