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Jesse Neville

 

Basic Information

Name
Jesse Neville
Birth
5 Jul 1759
Fauquier County, Colonial Virginia, Colonial America
Death
4 Mar 1842
Walhalla, Oconee, South Carolina, United States
Time In Service
From: 6 Jul 1776
To: Not Specified

Affiliation

Allegiance
United States of America
Branch of Service
Army
Rank
Private
Unit(s)
Specialty
Scout / Private
Current Status
Not Specified

Service Record

War
American Revolutionary War
Battle(s)

Honors & Awards

Award(s)
Not Specified

Neville, Jesse (1759-1842) - Margarette Neville (1755-1838) tombstone-2

LGVanHorn added this on 18 Oct 2015

RevWarMan

LGVanHorn added this on 29 Aug 2014

Military Rev War Service of Jesse Neville

Jesse entered the service as a volunteer on the 6 July 1776, was 17 years old on 5th July 1776, under the following officers, General Rutherford, Col. Graham, Capt. George Paris. Took up arms in Rutherford NC and assisted to build the Fort at the head of White Oath Creek, Rutherford, then a part of Tryon County, where he then resided, was engaged in scouting about the mountains after Indians. Remained in active service this time for 6 months.

Next, entered the service in South Carolina under Capt. John Earle, was stationed at __ or Jamison's Fort on the South Pacolet River some time, then marched to Seneca station in Pendleton SC was under General Williamson (thinks also Col. Wood) Capt. Tutt was the regular Capt., though entered the service under a militia Capt. Earle, was engaged against the Indians on the frontier. The Indians made some treaties, was in the service this time 4 months and was discharged: this was in 1777.

Next in 1778 he entered the service the 3rd t...   [ Read more » ]

LGVanHorn added this on 16 Oct 2015

Revolutionary war flag

LGVanHorn added this on 10 May 2015