North Carolina, USA
|Death: ||Feb. 10, 1848|
Jessee Duncan, born ca. 1754-1755 served in the Revolutionary War. According to his pension records, he filed for a pension in 1818 while living in Russell County, Virginia. According to those records, "He personally appeared in Court, and declared on oath that he enlisted with the Troops of the State of North Carolina as a private soldier in the United States service about the year 1778 under Col. James Sanders and Captain Robert Moore, he was enlisted for nine months, but served about eleven. He was in the service and at the battle fought on Briar Creek, Geberal Ash commanded. He was at the seige of Charleston where General Rutherford sometimes commanded. He was discharged in the state of South Carolina, but, by what officer he did not recollect."
Jesse had a daughter, Hannah, with whom he moved in with ca. 1840.
Sources: "Jesse Duncan pension record," and "Revolutionary Soldiers of Parke County, Indiana."
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Record added: Feb 04, 2006
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