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Re: Frederick Steinbruch Rev. War Soldier?
Posted by: Annette Lynch Date: March 19, 2000 at 11:36:50
In Reply to: Frederick Steinbruch Rev. War Soldier? by Orleata Moore of 230

Our George Frederick wasn't exactly a Rev. War soldier. Per PA Archives, 5th series, Vol. 5, p. 290, he was part of a brigade of teams conducted by Nicholas Sweyer in service of the state - carrying military stores from Oley Furnace, Berks Co., to the Continental Army at Philadelphia, Oct. 10-14, 1781. He received 6 pounds, 5 shillings for his service.

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