1757 - 1815 (58 years)
||Philip Barton Key [1, 2] |
||12 Apr 1757
||Cecil Co., Maryland
||28 Jul 1815
||Georgetown, Washington, D.C.
||Oak Hill Cemetery, Georgetown, Washington, D.C. 
- See his entry in the American National Biography. He served in James Chalmers's regiment known as the Maryland Loyalists during the Revolution; he was paroled after the war, went to England, and returned to Maryland in 1785.
||30 Nov 2023 |
||Francis Key, b. 1731, "Bushwood", St. Mary's Co., Maryland d. Nov 1770, Charlestown, Cecil Co., Marland (Age 39 years) |
||Anne Arnold Ross, b. 9 Oct 1727, Cecil Co., Maryland d. 1 Jan 1811, Anne Arundel Co., Maryland (Age 83 years) |
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This page collects the people on this site who served in the Revolutionary War. Some are militia; some served in the Line troops. It includes both loyalists and patriots. There may well be others on the tree who should be included. Some could use more secure evidence: genealogical histories often say that someone "fought in the Revolution," but this can be family legend rather than fact.
Sources are cited under each person's page. War and Pension records can be found on line at the National Archives. Genealogies can be ordered from the DAR and the SAR, but their lists only include those whom people have used to join, not all veterans.
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