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Birth: 1743
Hanover County
Virginia, USA
Death: unknown
Alexander County
North Carolina, USA

George Allen

Born 1744 Va

REVOLUTIONARY WAR VETERAN (info thanks to Joseph Fox)
According to the pension application (S2345) of George Allen as presented in 1832 at age 89, George Allen served as a private in the North Carolina Militia under General John Butler and was awarded a Revolutionary War Pension for his service.
In the application, he stated: "He was born in the year 1744 in Hanover County Virginia. He was living in Wake County at the time he entered the Service & remained there till about the year 1800 when he removed to Iredell County, that lived there ever since"

Married Lucretia Reaves.

Moved to Wake Cty NC after marriage ca 1794.
Moved to Iredell/Alexander in 1797.

Built first cabin near Rocky Face Mt and are buried here in Allen Cemetery per Alleghany County NC Hist book

Benjamin Allen,
George S,
Elizabeth Simmons,
Sussannah Brack,
Eli V
Robert allen

Family links: 
  George Allen (1720 - 1805)
  Lucretia Reaves Allen (1744 - 1811)*
  George S. Allen (1776 - 1874)*
  Rebecca Allen Allen (1778 - ____)*
  William Allen (1781 - 1849)*
  Elizabeth Allen Simmons (1783 - 1820)*
  Robert Allen (1786 - 1874)*
  Susannah Allen Brack (1791 - 1862)*
*Calculated relationship
Allen Family Cemetery
Alexander County
North Carolina, USA
Created by: Carole Conrad
Record added: Sep 15, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 117081602
George Allen, Jr
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George Allen Jr. served in North Carolina Milita during the Revolutionary War.
- Joseph Fox
 Added: Mar. 1, 2015

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