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Posted by: J. transcriber (ID *****1076) Date: January 30, 2005 at 09:01:49
In Reply to: Horace and Daniel Pine by steve priest of 666

Hi Steve,
"Corporal DANIEL PINE.
Served from Oct. 5 to Oct. 17, 1813 in Capt. Stephen Brown's Company, 3 Regt. (Tyler's)."
"JAMES PINE. Montpelier, Washington County, Vermont.
Served in Capt. Walker's Company, Col. Fifield's Regt. Detached Militia in U.S. service 3 months and 9 days, 1812. Pension Certificate No 12990. Pension Certificate of widow, Lydia, No. 6835. Volunteered to go to Plattsburgh, [NY] September, 1814, and served 8 days in Capt. Timothy Hubbard's Company.
Ref: Book 52, AGO Page 256."
Served in Capt. Wilson's Company, 4 Regt. (Williams) VT Militia."
STATE OF VERMONT ROSTER OF SOLDIERS IN THE WAR OF 1812-14, prepared and published under the direction of Herbert T. Johnson, The Adjutant General, 1933, page 336.

Sorry, I do not know if any of the soldiers listed above are related to your family nor if the Daniel PINE above is your ancestor.
They are not my ancestors. Jan

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