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ANALYSIS OF THE JAMES LAMBERT PENSION FILE DOCUMENTS
SUMMARY OF DECLARATION OF JAMES LAMBERT (18 NOV 1841)
Comments on the Amended Declaration of James Lambert (13 May 1844)
1830 Trip from Lawrenceburg to Versailles
The Honorable James Duncan, Justice of the Ripley County Probate Court
John Ruby and Isaiah W. Robinson, Certificate Witnesses
History of Dearborn County
Colonel Charles Lewis and His Augusta County Regiment
Fort Henckel Militia Muster Rolls June and September 1775
Jacob Ellsworth
Augusta County Militia
Third Tour Locations
The Battle of Great Bridge, Virginia, on 9 December 1775
Kentucky Long Rifle History
Compiler’s Conclusions Relative to Third Tour of Duty
Battle of Stony Point, New York, on 16 July 1779
Background on West Point, New York
Statement of Lemuel Hungerford (23 July 1841)
The Southern Campaign
Rugeley’s Mill and Camden, South Carolina (August 1780)
Battle of Cowpens, South Carolina, on 17 January 1781
Battle of Guilford Court House, North Carolina, on 15 March 1781
The Richard Bennett Pension File No. W 9350
James Dill, Clerk of the Dearborn Circuit Court
Lafayette’s Virginia Campaign (1781)
Amended Declaration of James Lambert for a Pension (21 August 1844)
Letter to the Hon. O. B. Ficklin (6 June 1848)
Letter from T. R. Young (5 Jan 1850)
Letter from Francis A. Dickins (19 Mar 1852)
Letter from Francis A. Dickins (31 Jan 1853)
Power of Attorney (14 Mar 1854)
Letter from G. H. Voss (13 Jun 1855)
Brief History on Department of Veterans Affairs
Revolutionary War Pension Lists - Rejected or Suspended Applications
Revolutionary War Patriots Buried in Indiana
Highlights from James Lambert Pension File
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James Lambert (1758-1847)

James Lambert (1758-1847)

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This book includes the Author's transcriptions of various microfilmed documents he first reviewed at the National Archives, Washington, D. C., in August 1998. In an effort to obtain a pension, James Lambert explained under oath and in great detail his four Revolutionary War tours of duty; including his engagement in the battle against the Indians at Point Pleasant, West Virginia, and also his participation in the battles against the British at Great Bridge, Virginia, Cowpens, South Carolina, and Guilford Court House, North Carolina. The Author has put the material in chronological order and he has made an effort to verify the accuracy and veracity of James Lambert's Declarations by a thorough analysis of the relevant Revolutionary War history, including these four battles.
This book includes the Author's transcriptions of various microfilmed documents he first reviewed at the National Archives, Washington, D. C., in August 1998. In an effort to obtain a pension, James Lambert explained under oath and in great detail his four Revolutionary War tours of duty; including his engagement in the battle against the Indians at Point Pleasant, West Virginia, and also his participation in the battles against the British at Great Bridge, Virginia, Cowpens, South Carolina, and Guilford Court House, North Carolina. The Author has put the material in chronological order and he has made an effort to verify the accuracy and veracity of James Lambert's Declarations by a thorough analysis of the relevant Revolutionary War history, including these four battles.

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