Jacob Flournoy services in assisting in the establishment of American Iindependance during the American Revolution are as follows:
Copies from collection of records of Virginia grants-records of land at Frankfort, Kentucky. Land office Military Warrant No. 696. To this principle surveyer of the land set apart for the officers and soldiers of the commonwealth of virginia. This shall be your warrant to survey and lay off in one or more surveys for Jacob Flournoy, his heirs and assigns the grantities of one hundred acres of land due unto said Jacob Flounory in consideration of his service for three years as a private soldier in Virginia state artillary, agreeably to a certificate from the governor in councel which is received at the land office, given under my hand and seal of said office this thirty first day May in the year One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty Three (1783).
(In Collection of Virginia Grants) John Harvie RO-S055-Jacob Flounory was listed as among those th...
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