Revolutionary
Soldiers &
Supporters
Family Members
in Kay's direct line
  Family Members
Not in Kay's direct line
Azariah James Bailey
Henry Pope
Robert James Osborne
James Bailey
Jesse Lee
Hutchins Burton Jr.
  Matthew Jones
 
Enoch Osborne
  Thomas Gourley
George Reeves
   
James Simmons
   
Note:    £ = English pounds
    s = English shillings
    d = English pence
Notes for Azariah Bailey:  The Publick Claim of Azariah Bailey was recorded in
Halifax Co VA  Court Booklet Account of Claims in the year 1782 and 1783.  Page
27 shows the claims details as follows:  "1 gun £1-10s."   Page 47 shows the claim
details as follows:  "18# bacon 18s".  

Notes for James Bailey:  The Publick Claim of James Bailey was recorded in the
in Halifax Co VA  Court Booklet Public Service Claims in the year 1782 and 1783.  
Page 8 shows the claims details as follows:  "250# beef  £2-10s; 50 bu Indian corn
12s-6d: 1 1/2 bu peas; 10 diets, 10 forrages, 2 qts brandy  £1-5s; 1 gun £2; 1
horse 90 days £4-10s; 4 bu Indian corn 10s; 175# beef £1-15s; 1 1/2 bu flour 6s;
1 diet 1s-3d; 4 bu Indian corn 10s."   

Notes for Enoch Osborne: The Publick Claim of Enouch Ozburn was recorded
in Montgomery Co VA  Court Booklet Account of Claims in the year 1782 and 1783
on page 1.  Page 31 shows the claims details as follows:  "For use of the militia of
Washington County on their return from Kings Mountain 3 pecks corn 1s-6; 9 diets
9s; and for use of Capt Morgan Company of NC in search of sundry persons
disaffected to government 20 diets, 1 1/2 bu corn, 3 forrage for 10 horses 1 night."

Notes for Robert James Osborne:  The Publick Claim of Robert Ozburn was
recorded in Montgomery Co VA  Court Booklet Account of Claims in the year 1782
and 1783 on page 1.  Page 31 shows the claims details as follows:  "to be paid 3s
for 1 1/2 bu. corn, 20s for 20 diets for militia of Wilks County, NC."

Notes for Henry Pope:  Ensign, 1st NC, Sept 1, 1775; Captain 8th NC November
28, 1776; Retired June 1, 1778. Roster of Soldiers from North Carolina in the
American Revolution.  Genealogical Publishing Co Inc. Baltimore MD  1984.

Notes for George Reeves:  He served as a Lieutenant in the Revolutionary from
Montgomery Co VA. He took the Oath of Allegiance in 1777.  Appointed Lieutenant
in McDonald's Company on April 3, 1782.

Notes for James Simmons:  He served as a Private in Col Hogg's 10th NC
Regiment.
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