|Death: ||Aug. 23, 1843|
Census of Pensioners Indiana Franklin County Henry Eads 85yrs with John Quick household June 1 1840
US Pensioners 1818-1872 Indiana 1831-1848 Henry Eads monthly allowance 40
The Pension roll of 1835 vol IV
Henry Eads Private annual allowance 80 sums received 240 description of service Maryland militia, when placed on pension roll Feb 7 1834, commecement of pension March 4 1831, age 80.
From Roster of Soldiers and Patriots of the American Revolution buried in Indiana
Eads, Henry Buried in Franklin County IN
Born 1755. On the Waters of the Shenandoah River in Virginia.
Service--Volunteered in 1776, while a resident of Kent Co., Maryland, and served on short tours on alarms, from that year until 1782---3 yrs and 2 mos in all. All of his service was as a guard for the shores of Baltimore Bay and Elk River. He was in a number of skirmishes, several of them quite severe and the British were frequently prevented from landing at the point of the bayonet.
Proof--Pension claim S 32226.
Died--Aug 23 1843. Springfield Twp., Franklin Co.
Married Sarah Elizabeth Sailors. Ch Jonathan; Henry, Jr.; Mary, b 1784 m John Quick.
Sarah Elizabeth Sailors Eads (1758 - 1838)*
Elizabeth Eads Armstrong (1773 - 1848)*
Mary Eads Quick (1783 - 1849)*
Quick Shank Cemetery
Created by: Allen Co IN tombstones
Record added: Sep 14, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 41936803