Sunset at Gowanus Bay

Sunset at Gowanus Bay
Sunset at Gowanus Bay, Henry Gritten, 1851

Friday, July 31, 2015

Southern Campaigns Revolutionary War Pension File Transcripts

Foy Varner recently sent me the following link to a very useful website administered by Will Graves.

Here are found transcripts of Revolutionary War pension applications filed by men who served during the Revolutionary War in the South. There are hundreds of such transcripts found on this page, created by Will Graves and others. Included is the transcript of Ambrose Brewer's application, transcribed by Foy Varner. There links for eleven men named Brewer found on this page. They are:

Ambrose Brewer (Moore Co., NC; Hawkins Co., TN) - R1182 [Images of pages are also online].

Barrett Brewer (Charlotte Co., VA; GA; Montgomery Co., AL) - S32131

Edward Brewer (Chatham Co., NC; Randolph Co., NC) - R1183

Henry Brewer (NC, Christian Co., KY & Wilson Co., TN) - S39213

Henry Brewer (Berkeley Co., VA; Adams Co., OH) - S42093 [Note: Henry Brewer is a genetic descendant of Adam Brouwer of Gowanus, Long Island].

Isaac Brewer (Chatham Co., NC; Talladega Co., AL, mentions of VA and GA) - R1185

Jesse Brewer (Halifax Co., NC) - W5872 [Includes names and birth dates of his children].

John Brewer (Winchester, VA; Fayette Co., PA) - W3652 [Suspected to be an unplaced descendant of Jan Brouwer of Flatlands, Long Island. See the post of June 19, 2015 and the linked document found on that post].

William Brewer (Chatham Co., NC; SC; Blount Co., TN) - S3085

William Brewer (Prince William Co., VA; Henry Co., KY) - S30885 [Born in St. Mary's Co., MD in 1744].

William Brewer (Halifax Co., NC) - S41458

Please use the links found on the Southern Campaigns Revolutionary War Pension Statements & Rosters page to access PDFs of transcripts for the above Revolutionary War veterans.

Thank you to Foy Varner for the link, and to Will Graves for the website.

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