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Re: Capt George Stockton's U.S. Infantry
Posted by: Wayne Wooten (ID *****2145) Date: November 09, 2002 at 14:04:07
In Reply to: Capt George Stockton's U.S. Infantry by Deborah Parks of 6349

I have a partial list of Captain Stockton's Company from "Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Kentucky. Soldiers of the War of 1812."

Jesse THURMAN is on the same page as my GGGGrandfather, John WOOTEN. Jesse was a private. He enlisted on July 11, 1814* and was discharged on Sept., 17th., 1814. From reading John WOOTEN's pension application, I would say that the Regiment was in Ohio on July 11th.

*the enlistment date may be in error. The list gives the same enlistment date for John WOOTEN, but John declared in his pension application that he enlisted in Sept., 1813 in Cumberland County, Ky. and was then assigned to STOCKTON's company at Lexington..

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