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Marshall Galloway
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5th Great Grand Father~
- kendy49
 Added: Jan. 8, 2015
 
Marshall Galloway was a Revolutionary War soldier. According to his records in the National Archives, he enlisted at Lower Cross Road, MD, about thirty miles from Baltimore. He served under Lieutenant James Allison in Captain Brice's Company in Colonel Gumby's Regiment, 3rd Maryland Militia, Continental Line, from Jun 1777 to Apr 1783. He served for a total of five (5) years and nine (9) months. He received his discharge at Annopolis, MD at the end of his enlistment. Family tradition has it that he served a total of 7 years and 11 months, so, he may have served more than one enlistment. He participated in the Battles of Brandywine, Germantown, Monmouth, Cowpens, Camden, Guilford, Eutaw Springs and numerous skirmishes. He also served under Colonel Otho Williams who commanded a regiment attached to the brigade of General Smallwood before being transferred south under General Gates. He filed a Pension Application for his Maryland Service during the Revolutionary War in Sullivan County, TN, on 22 Nov 1825, (#S38718). After his discharge from military service he moved to Virginia, then later settled in Sullivan County, Tennessee about 6 miles southwest of Blountville. Thank you Marshall for your service to our country.
- sam sproles
 Added: Jan. 4, 2011
 
 
 
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