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Lieut George Washington Pike
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Birth: Apr. 7, 1793
Monmouth County
New Jersey, USA
Death: Jan. 29, 1812
West Point
Orange County
New York, USA

Youngest son of COL Zebulon Pike and Issabella Brown Pike. Brother to Brigade General Zebulon Montgomery Pike, for whom Pike's Peak was named.

An entry in "Heitman's Register and Dictionary of the US Army" states that young G. W. Pike was a Cadet at the US Military Academy from 1808 to 1810. He died at West Point, NY shortly after being commissioned to 2Lt in January of 1812.

Records indicate that after his remains were returned to his family's home for burial, they were later moved from Pike-Gages Family Cemetery, in Feb 1868, and re-interred to his present resting place in the Greendale Cemetery - located Section C, No 1.
Family links: 
  Zebulon Pike (1751 - 1834)
  Issabella Brown Pike (1753 - 1809)
  Zebulon Montgomery Pike (1779 - 1813)*
  James Brown Pike (1784 - 1855)*
  Mariah Harriott Pike Gage (1789 - 1844)*
  George Washington Pike (1793 - 1812)
*Calculated relationship
Greendale Cemetery
Dearborn County
Indiana, USA
Plot: C-1
Maintained by: RD Hall
Originally Created by: Clfdweller
Record added: Jun 11, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 71172511
Lieut George Washington Pike
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Lieut George Washington Pike
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Lieut George Washington Pike
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