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Re: William and Isaac Acree, NC - 1700s
Posted by: Audrey Jones (ID *****0217) Date: March 29, 2004 at 17:11:26
In Reply to: Re: William and Isaac Acree, NC - 1700s by James Armfield Acree of 724

According to his Dar records he had one child with Edy Doss and his name was Joelborn 1822 in Wayne's co. ky.

William born Aug. 16, 1752 in Frederick co. Md. and died in Wayne co. Ky on March 3, 1833 and Edy Doss born May 14, 1795 in tennessee. Married to William Dec. 20, 1820 in Wayne Co Ky.

William's other children with Phebe Skinner were John 1776; William 1780; Elizabeth 1782; Ephriam 1784; Mary 1789; Pelu' 1794; Catherine 1796; and Phebe 1799

First tour of duty as a volunteer foot soldier under Col. Martin and Capt. Dougan They marched from Guilford to MOore Co. on the Waters of Cape Fear to oppose the Scotch Tories who had risen to join and aid the British. This tour lasted 3 months and he was discharged.

He again drafted into the N.C. MIlitia in Guilford Co. under Col. Martin for 6 months. But did not perform any service because he took up with smallpox at the time the army was going to March.

He furnished his own horse and again volunteered and served in the horse company for 3 months under Col. Martin and Capt. Dougan. They captured 9 tories and put them in jail. After three months of duty he was discharged and marched home.

I hope this helps someone this didnt help me in my search.

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