Monday, February 6, 2012

Revolutinary War Service of Samuel GUSTIN Jr. and his son Thomas

US, Sons of the American Revolution Membership Appl.. The services Samuel Gustin, Jr. during the War of the Revolution were as follows: June 5, 1776, chosen chairman of the Committee of Safety for the towns of Stoddard, Marlow, Camden, NH.

[Samuel Jr. GUSTIN (1717-1791) son of (Reverend) Samuel GUSTIN (1681-1731) and Abigail SHAW (
1695-1732). Samuel married Mary TOMMAS (1718-1804) 1 Jun 1741 in Lyme, New London, CT, they were the parents of nine children including our grandmother Ann GUSTIN DUNN and Revolutionary War Soldier Thomas GUSTIN.]

Ancestry Chain: 7th great grandfather Samuel GUSTIN Jr. Rev War b.1718, Ann GUSTIN b.1760, Simeon A. DUNN b.1774, Simeon Adams DUNN b.1803, Mary DUNN b.1833, Harriett Camilla ENSIGN b.1859, George Ensign SMITH b.1898, Camilla SMITH b.1926, Lark, JR.

Thomas GUSTIN (abt 1754-) son of Samuel GUSTIN Jr - Revolutionary War Service: Payroll, Col. Benjamin Bellows; Regiment of New Hampshire militia, went to reinforce the Northern Continental Army at Ticonderoga, May 7, 1777 Capt. Christopher Webber's co.: Thomas Gustin, Private; Date of discharge June 14. 1777; Time in service, 1 month 8 days: Rate per monthe, 4.10.0; Tolal wages, 5.14.0; Travel 103 miles @ 3e per mile, 1.5.9; Travel home 63 mile @ 3d per mile, 0.10.6; Total 7.7.3 (N.H. State papers)

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