Thursday, February 2, 2012

FROMAN father and son Military Service

BOOK with RECORD 3 pg.240- Jacob FROMAN
BOOK with RECORD 3 pg.241- Jacob FROMAN
BOOK with RECORD 3 pg.251- Jacob FROMAN and Paul FROMAN

Paul FROMAN (1708-1783)
"Captain Paul FROMAN born New Jersey 1708 and died Lincloln Gounty Kentucky May 1783. His wife Elizabeth HITE FROMAN."

"Paul Froman was Captain of a Company of Virginia Malitia. An account book in the Virginia State Library known as Pittsburgh Pay Roll on Page 29 states that Paul Froman served for 175 days in 1775 and was paid L 88-0-0-."
(RECORD 1: U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 Record for Paul Froman Sr.)

"Paul Froman Sr. served in the Revolutionary War with the rank of Captain [Virginia Militia]. This is proved by the records of the Virginia State Library Vol. 8, page 29 of their Revolutionary records..."
(RECORD 2: U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 Record for Paul Froman Sr.)

"Paul Froman was Captain of a company of Virginia Soldiers in the Revolution in 1775. He served 176 days and drew L 88-0-0 pay- from Pitsburg Pay Roll-p29..(RECORD 3: U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 Record for Paul Froman Sr.) [3 Books include record about Paul FROMAN and Jacob FROMAN's service.]

Jacob FROMAN (1748-1820)
"Jacob FROMAN wife Barbara."

"Jacob Froman served in the Virginia Militia during the Revolution."

"On Oct 23 1782 Jacob Froman was in actual service in Captain James Ray's Company of Lincoln County Militia and on the comand of George Rogers Clark, Brigadier General, on an expedition against the Shawnee Indians. In the expedition he served 31 days and was paid L2-s1-d4 for his service [next page] Capt Benjamin Logan's Company and was paid L17-s15-d0 for his service. The length of the service is not given."

"Jacob Froman also went out on an expedition againenst the Wasbash Indians , under the Comand of George Rogers Clark Brigadier General."
(RECORD 3: U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 Record for Paul FROMAN and Jacob FROMAN's service.])

Ancestry Chain: Paul Froman (1708 - 1783) relationship to you: 6th great grandfather, Jacob Sr. Froman (1749 - 1820) relationship to you: 5th great grandfather, Jacob Jr. Froman (1771 - 1810), Fannie Eliza Froman (1810 - 1889), Fielding Roberson (1838 - 1924) Civil War, Reuben Russell ROBERSON (1893 - 1959), WMR, MRR, JR.



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