|THE BLOODIED MOHAWK|
|ADDITIONAL PARTISANS DISCOVERED SINCE|
“THE BLOODIED MOHAWK“
Despite the publication of the "Bloodied Mohawk" in the year 2000", the author has continued a unrelenting search for the identity of all those families who either lived in or served within the Mohawk Valley during the Revolutionary War Era [pre-1784]. This "New Data" has arisen from a variety of sources (e.g., Quit Rent Remissions Certificates, Quit Rent Receipts, Pension Applications, Land Deeds, Probate Records, Wills, Personal Journals, Military Records, etc., etc). As with the bulk of the records cited within the bibliography of the "Bloodied Mohawk", most are within the "Public Domain". However, it must be noted that many are not, and thus before replication of data from this site, one should contact the author for an opinion on their status. It should also be noted that though many of these documents exist within the "Public Domain", the interperatation and abstracts of any such data from within them is protected by applicable United States Copyright Laws. Thus the author requests that, strictly out of courtesy, he be notified of any such usage in a short e-mail with a brief description of the user's interest in the said record(s). As always the author asks that if you should know of a partisan whose name does not appear on this site or within the pages of "The Bloodied Mohawk", please contact him with the missing name(s) and the source documenting service within the Mohawk Valley, to consider him or her for inclusion.
Sincerely, Your Most Humble Servant,
P.S. In the recent past the New York State Archivists in Albany, New York digitalized the "New York State's Auditor General's Copies of accounts audited by the Auditor General for Bills presented to the State [of New York], 1775-1794 [inclusive]." The two bound volumes are together catalogued as Collection #A0870-77. An abstract is presented here as: Tryon County Personages Named in the Audited Accounts of the State of New York, 1775-1794.
A February 20, 1782 List of Tryon County men believed to be held by the Bristish in Canada as prisoners-of war.
The June 7th 1832 Pension Act's rules & regulations.
Additional_Partisans A - G
Additional_Partisans H - M
Additional_Partisans N - R
Additional_Partisans S - Z
The Search for Fort Plank's Defenders and Other Mohawk Valley Partisans Continues
Notes on Non Mohawk Valley Pensioners
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