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Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin, revolutionary patriot
James Hodge Saye
|Statement||by Rev. James Hodge Saye. First printed in the Richmond, Va., Watchman and observer in 1847, reprinted by the Greenwood, S.C., Index-journal in 1925 ... now issued in pamphlet form for the first time ...|
|LC Classifications||F273.M3 S3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||cover-title, 42,  p., 2 l.|
|Number of Pages||42|
|LC Control Number||43049808|
Daniel McJunkin (Novem – Aug ) was an American Revolutionary War patriot serving in the battle of Kings Mountain, North Carolina.. Daniel McJunkin was the second son of Samuel Caldwell McJunkin and Mary Anne Bogan. He was brother of Major Joseph married Jane Chesney on Febru in South was born Septem in County . Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s.
Extract from the Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin. The following narrative, pertaining to Joseph Robinson, has been taken from the pamphlet entitled Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin – Revolutionary Patriot by Reverend James Hodge Saye, first published in , pages Rev. His alleged memoirs were published by James Hodge Saye as. Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin: Revolutionary Patriot, Kennedy Free Library, , Reprint as originally printed in the Richmond, Virginia Watchman and Observer, It is not known how much of the. Memoirsis.
Saye, “Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin. The Various Cedar Springs Fights.” Ibid. Ibid. Mills, Statistics of South Carolina”, “Green Springs” is an older name for Cedar Springs. William T Graves and C. Leon Harris, Southern Campaigns Revolutionary War . was an American Revolutionary War patriot serving in the battle of Kings Mountain, North Carolina. Daniel McJunkin was the second son of Samuel Caldwell McJunkin and Mary Anne Bogan. Born 30 November in South Carolina died 20 March in.
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Major Joseph Caldewll McJunkin ( - ) was an American Revolutionary War patriot serving in the battle of Kings Mountain, North Carolina. Joseph Caldwell McJunkin was the first son of Samuel Caldwell McJunkin and Mary Anne Bogan. Born 22 June in Carlisle, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania & died 31 May in Union County, South Carolina, he married Anne Jane Thomas 9.
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Major Joseph McJunkin () was one of the better known South Carolina Backcountry Whig heroes of the Revolutionary War. However, the so-called Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin were actually prepared by the Reverend James Hodge Saye (), a.
Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin, revolutionary patriot Pioneer as An Aurhoority by Varios Historical Writers the Memoirs are now issued in Pamplets Form for the by James Hodge Saye. 0 Ratings 2 Want to read; 0 Currently reading; 0 Have readPages: Memoirs of Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin Joseph McJunkin.
Rev. James Hodge Saye. Originally Printed as articles by the. Watchman and Observer (Richmond VA) In It is proposed by the writer to give, in the following pages, a detailed statement of the personal exploits of Major Joseph McJunkin in the Revolutionary War in this country, together with remarks and observations concerning his contemporaries and.
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MEMOIRS OF MAJOR JOSEPH McJUNKIN By REV. JAMES HODGE SAYE Originally Printed as articles by the Watchman and Observer (Richmond VA) In Formatting & editing notes: 1. Double-spacing between paragraphs has been used in lieu of indenting, for increased readability.
Text in blue is that estimated as that for which Major McJunkin is the source. Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin Inat the age of 20, Joseph McJunkin volunteered for service in the Spartan Militia Regiment commanded by Colonel John Thomas, Sr. He rose to the rank of Major in the 2nd Spartan Regiment and fought at the battles of Cowpens, Kings Mountain, Cedar Springs, Hanging Rock, and Musgrove Mill.
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Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin Revolutionary Patriot in It has never appeared in book form." This work was quoted in Lyman Draper's King's Mountain and Its Heroes" published in This scarce reprint is limited to copies.
From wikipedia: InMcJunkin volunteered in Col. John Thompson's Fair Forest Militia Regiment. Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin, Revolutionary Patriot. Title: Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin, Revolutionary Patriot: Author: Saye, James Hodge: Link: South Carolina -- History -- Revolution, Call number: FM3 S3: Other copies: Look for editions of this book at your library, or elsewhere.
Major Joseph McJunkin (b. 22 June Carlisle, Pennsylvania - 31 MayUnion County, South Carolina) was an American Revolutionary War patriot serving in the battle of. Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin, revolutionary patriot by James Hodge Saye; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: History; Places: South Carolina; People: Joseph McJunkin (); Times: Revolution, Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin Revolutionary Patriot.
Author: Saye, Rev. James Hodge Title: Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin Revolutionary Patriot Publication: Greenwood, South Carolina: The Greenwood, S.C., Index-Journal, Edition: Limited to One Hundred Copies Description: Quoted as An Authority by Various Historical Writers the Memoirs are Now Issued in Pamphlet Form for the Seller Rating: % positive.
Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin, Revolutionary Patriot. Greenville: A. Press, (reprint of edition printed in the Richmond, VA Watchman and Observer). Tarleton, Banastre. Alexander Chesney was a loyalist Captain living in the backcountry of South Carolina during the Revolutionary War.
He was twenty years old in when the war began. The following account is taken from the Journal of Alexander Chesney and describes his activities from the start of the war until he fled to Europe in "Major Crofford" is very probably Major Robert Crawford of South Carolina.
Banastre Tarleton. A History of the Campaigns of and James Hodge Saye. Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin, Revolutionary Patriot. The pension application of John Murphey, transcribed by Will Graves. William T. Graves, Backcountry Revolutionary: James Williams () with source documents (Lugoff, SC: Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution Press, ), This information appears in a footnote to Appen “The Memoir of Joseph McJunkin.”.
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Rev James Hodge Saye Memoirs Of Major Joseph Mcjunkin. 4. Read about and discuss the role of the militia in the American Revolution. Refer to such books as Some Heroes of the American Revolution in the South Carolina Upper Country (Bailey), Autobiography of a Revolutionary War Soldier (Collins), Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin (Saye), or other sources.
ON-SITE ACTIVITIES 1.Daniel McJunkin was an American Revolutionary War patriot serving in the battle of Kings Mountain, North Carolina. Daniel McJunkin was the second son of Samuel Caldwell McJunkin and Mary Anne Bogan.
Born 30 November in South Carolina & died 20 March in Greenville County, South Carolina, he married Jane Chesney 28 February in South Carolina.
She was born 15 Sep .A wide-eyed teenager during most of the Revolutionary War, Joseph Plumb Martin left his grandfather's farm in Connecticut in and spent much of the next eight years with the Continental Army, crisscrossing the mid-Atlantic states and returning north after the British surrender at s: