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Re: Metcalfe Co, KY
Posted by: Roxanne Dulin (ID *****4384) Date: January 01, 2011 at 17:49:17
In Reply to: Re: Metcalfe Co, KY by Alben Shockley of 509

Alben your ancestor John Dulin was in the Revolutionary War. My cousin Gene Dulin has records from the National Archives on all Dulin(s) that faught in the American Revolution and the Civil War.


Virginia and West Virginia Genealogical Data from Revolutionary War Pension....
by Patrick G. Wardell Page 56

DULIN, John, esf 1775 Fauquier Co., VA: PN there 1827 age 74, wife Frances then age 70 and daughter over age 30 resides with him; QLF 1915 from descendent Mrs. W. C. Bryant, Aurora, IL. F-S39468 R860

John Dulin ca. 1757, son of William Dulin, Sr. and Clemence Ball, wife Frances Glasscock married 03/24/1777.

Enlisted in Culpeper Minute Battalion in 1775 for the term of one year. Enlisted in 3rd Virginia Regiment in spring of 1776 for the term of one year. Discharged from service in the spring of 1777 near Valley Forge, Pennsylvania.



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