James A. Roberts, Comptroller, Second Edition, Albany, NY, New York In The Revolution As Colony And State (Brandbow Printing Company 1898), 94.
"The following men (according to the certificates of the muster-masters) served either in the Line or Levies, having been hired by the several classes under the Land Bounty Rights; but there is nothing to indicate in which regiment of the Line or the Levies they served: Bumpus, Frederick.".
"A publication of cemetery records by the Richland County Genealogical Society (2005) states the burial location of Frederick Bumpus is unknown. There are records that he was buried at Mansfield Cemetery, but that cemetery has no record of him (it may be that at the time of death the Mansfield Cemetery referenced was a different cemetery which is no longer in existence -- those buried there were later moved to the present Mansfield Cemetery; there is poor documentation for the transfers). Others believe him to be buried in Washington Township of Richland Co. (where his farm was located in 1840), but burial in Knox County was also cited." --- Robert Malone ---
John D. Bumpus (1792 - 1859)*
IN MEMORY OF
Note: Frederick Bumpus is not buried at Marlow Cemetery, Springfield Township, Richland County, Ohio. This cemetery does, however, have a basic veteran's monument stone for him. It is a newer stone.
Created by: Judith
Record added: Aug 03, 2009
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