Richard Jones said,
on January 9th, 2018 at 5:55 pm
It has been found by sparse records that these four boys of James & Susannah Jones of New Castle co., Del.,served at Brandywine battle:
Enoch Jones b. 1750
Daniel Jones b. 1754
James Jones b. 1756, Surgeon, 3rd, Penn. Regiment
Abel Jones b. 1758
and cousin Rev. Daniel Jones, Chaplain, b. 1736, 3rd Penn. Reg.
Delaware Biographical, Rev. War records, and books of Genealogy.
1st Lieutenant, 11th regiment Pennsylvania Continental Line, Col Richard Humpton. Private Peter Jones was wounded at the Battle of Long Island. He was commissioned in the 11th when it was formed 25 Oct 1776 and remained until the regiment was absorbed by the 10th on 1 July 1778. In summer 1777 the regiment was assigned to General Anthony Wayne’s 2nd brigade. Lt Peter Jones was reported sick in April at Valley Forge and was retired 1 July 1778 (supernumerary) when the regiment was absorbed by the 10th regiment.
Peter Jones III, b. 10 Oct 1749 Amity twp, Phila Co (now Berks)
m. 13 Oct 1772 Katherine Kerlin dau of John and Elizabeth Hill Kerlin @ St Gabriel’s Ch, Amity. d, 24 Nov 1809 Amity twp, Berks. Bur @ St Gabriel’s Episcopal Church, Douglassville, Berks County, PA.
Robert G. Parvin
6366 Indian Point Road, Painesville OH 44077-8844
Johnson, John, under Sullivan’s command. Killed as were his two sons, although I do not know their names. Suspect one may have been Samuel. John Johnson and his 3 sons had left Londonderry, Ulster, Ireland, because the English taxes had ruined their linen trade. In America, they had settled in the Mohawk Valley. John Johnson’s daughter, Elizabeth, married William Young in Northern Ireland. They did not emigrate to Aamerica until after the Revolution in 1790. I have considerable information on the descendants of William Young, but need more on the Johnsons.
Relationship: g.g.g.g.g. granddaughter of John Johnson
Benjamin Jennings was born in Surrey County, England Dec 8, 1748. Moved to Virginia at an unknown time. Son Gideon was born in Virginia Dec 24,1778. He died before 1782 when his wife Rebecca, had child by 2nd husband, David McIntyre.
Margaret A. Frerking