Revolutionary Soldiers in Kentucky - Anderson Chenault Quisenberry. In no state in the Union are there so many descendants of Revolutionary soldiers, in proportion to population, as in KY. Nearly all of the original male settlers of the state saw service in the Revolutionary War and their names can be found in this valuable compilation of lists. Lists include: KY citizens who were granted Revolutionary pensions up to the year 1835, Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and Privates of “The Illinois Regiment,” who, under the command of Gen. George Rogers Clark, achieved the Conquest of the Northeast (from which the states of OH, IN, IL, MI, and WI were formed); and more. Charts and an alphabetical list of pensioners augment this work.
(1896), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 226 pp.