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Major John Pitchlynn (War of 1812)
Posted by: Bob Date: May 23, 2001 at 23:52:04
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I Uriah Blue late Major of the 39th Regiment of US Infantry do cerify that John Pitchlynn, Interpreter by the order of Andrew Jackson from the period I took command of the Choctaws at Fort Montgomery, until I returned from Mobile Point and turned over the Command to Col. Silas Dinsmore after the British Flag of Truce had come to Mobile, and that to my knowledge the said Pitchlynn never turned any Rations into Forage serving over time, but that he was furnished with a Public Honor.
Signed: Uriah Blue

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