21 February 2005
Below is information that I have either collected myself or other
genealogist were kind enough to email information to add on their
As I acquire information more will be added.
(Updated 06 January 2005)
Index to Compiled Service Records
Revolutionary War Soldiers Who Served with the
American Army in Georgia Military Organizations
A - D
S - Z
|List microfilm I own so far:
Records of Soldiers Who Served in the American Army during the
Revolutionary War. Georgia: 1st Battalion; 2d Battalion; 3d
4th Battalion; Georgia Battalion; Bickham's Company, Georgia Militia;
Captain Samuel Scott's Company.
Service Records of Revolutionary War Soldiers Who Served with the
American Army in Georgia Military Organizations: Abbott, John - Zipro,
War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files,
1800-1900: Resseguie, Alexander
- Reymond, Issac.
Index to Numbered Records in the War Department Collection of
Revolutionary War Records, 1775-1783: R-Ri.
anyone would like for me to do a lookup from the rolls listed above,
let me know***
following information courtesy of Dennis Duke
Below are names of several men who served with Col. Elijah Clarke's Battalion of Minute Men,
Wilkes County Georgia Militia.
Their records can be verified through land grants or pension records:
John Taylor Duke, Sr.
Rank Unknown Recd 3 Bounty Grants in Washington County, signed by Clarke.
Capt Henry Duke
Executed by British following First Siege of Augusta. (DAR)
1st Lieutenant William Duke
Pension Application 28 Aug, 1832 - Upson County, GA. (DAR)
Received 1 Bounty Grant in Washington County, signed by Clarke.
Received 1 Bounty Grant in Franklin County, signed by Clarke.
Brother of Henry above, Widow Nancy listed as Widow of Rev. Soldier in
1832 GA land lottery.
Pvt. Charlie (Charles) Duke
Son of Henry or James show in 1804 Land Lottery in Oglethorpe County
as Revolutionary Soldier with 1 draw.
All of these men were related. Henry, James, and Thomas were sons of John Taylor Duke.
William and Taylor were sons of James. Charles was the son of Henry Duke.
All of them were living in Wilkes County at the time of the Revolution.
more information on these men, click on the flag: