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Thomas Cisko and Abraham Sisco, Virginia's Colonial Soldiers
Posted by: Cheryl Treece (ID *****0423) Date: April 12, 2012 at 12:07:55
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I am looking for information on Thomas Cisko and Abraham Sisco who are soldiers on the malitia pay rolls for Dunmore's War (1774) at Pittsburg PA. They would probably be from Monongalia Co. WV (VA), which would make them the earliest Francisco/Sisco/Cisco's in Monogalia Co. One of them is probably my husband's ancestor.

I would like to prove or disprove that one or both are son's of "Old Henry". So I would like to hear from those who have researched "Old Henry's" sons, Abraham and Thomas.

Also I would like to encourage all male Francisco/Cisco/Sisco's to have a DNA test.

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