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Soon after the debarkation of British troops on Aug Lotz’s men, including Isaac Lewis, had reached Long Island and had taken a position on hills overlooking Flatbush near Colonel Hand’s Pennsylvania riflemen.  The American forces watched the British landings, but made no serious attempt to prevent them, since there were simply too many potential landing points to make Author: Donald B. Lewis. Col. Scott C. Long was supposed to take the job and be promoted to brigadier general, according to the earlier announcement. But Long, commander of .
John Montresor. (New York Public Library) In the crucial battle for New York, Montresor’s Island had proved itself valuable real estate. The island, which lay in the East River about eight miles north of New York City, was ironically owned by the British military engineer John Montresor, whose property boasted a manor house and a complex of ancillary buildings including several barns and a. Col. John Anderson, Sr. was my 4th great-grandfather through the Anderson family of Scott County, VA and Bledsoe County, Tennessee. ∼ Capt. John Anderson, the Revolutionary ancestor of the line here traced, was born May 5, In Augusta County, Virginia, and .
This is the largest island in a set of islands collectively known as “Long Island”. It was formerly known as "Livingston Island" and may be marked that way on older charts. The flat roofed building on the Island is “Wag’s Lodge,” built by Danny Arnstein (co-owner of Yellow Cab in New York and Chicago) in CAVALRYMAN IN BLUE COLONEL JOHN WOOD KESTER OF THE FIRST NEW JERSEY CAVALRY IN THE CIVIL WAR BY DONALD E. KESTER FIRST EDITION MINT CONDITION This is a brand new, unread, pristine condition book. Original, Sharp, Bright, Clean, Solidly Bound, New Book Richly Illustrated Throughout Fully Referenced and Indexed; Contains a Bibliography PUBLISHED BY Seller Rating: % positive.
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Captain John Scott of Long Island (c?–) was a royal advisor, military leader, spy, cartographer, attorney, land speculator, and early settler and leader of Long lobbied to make Long Island the 14th English colony in North America with himself as governor and, when not appointed by the crown, was elected President of Long Island by that region's s/wars: Anglo-Dutch Wars.
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Colonel John Scott in MyHeritage family trees (pinckney Web Site) Mr. Harris mentioned my plantation, “Scottsville,” in his book, Old New Kent County. I was a vestryman of St. Peter’s from Children: Edward Scott, John Scott, Samuel Scott, Joseph Scott, Martha Frances Garrett.
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John Scott: Birthdate: Birthplace: England: Death: () Immediate Family: Son of Col. John Scott Ex-husband of Deborah Scott Father of Captain Jeckomiah Scott and John Scott. Occupation: sold into bondage and shipped off to the New World, being instrumental in taking Long Island from the Dutch, becoming a privateer, Indian translator, lawyer, real estate speculator, cartographer.
JOHN JACKSON (c. /) was a son of Robert Jackson of Hempstead, Long Island, who had moved from Stamford, Connecticut, to Long Island, in Robert was the first of the line in this country as at present established.
The son John was born about and. The Battle of Long Island was a decisive British victory early in the American Revolutionary War over American forces under the command of Major General George Washington, and the opening battle in a successful British campaign to gain control of New York City in The Americans had lined New York's harbor with various levels of entrenchment and fortification, which were defended by an.
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Colonel John Scott of Long Island, (?) by Wilbur Cortez Abbott avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 14 editions. Becoming deeply interested in John Scott she followed him back and forth across Long Island Sound, the Atlantic Ocean, the English Channel, the North Sea, and into the Caribbean.
With the help of hundreds of papers and documents she has reconstructed his life from birth in to his death in In addition, most residents of New York were loyalists as well as their neighbors living fertile Long Island.
A British army could last indefinitely housed in spacious homes with ample supplies of food ferried over from Long Island. New York City would be an ideal base from which to harass and pursue the rebel army.
Will and Testament – This transcription of John Jackson’s will was done by Oscar Burton Robbins, for his book, History of the Jackson Family of Hempstead, Long Island, NY. The author was a citizen of Loveland, Colorado, and privately published this history in.
In June,Colonel John Simms Scott, native son of East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, serving as a Scout, for General Magruder's Confederate Command in Virginia, was ordered back to Louisiana to raise a regiment of cavalry for the Southern Cause.
Colonel Scott immediately returned to Louisiana and began recruiting his regiment. Colonel John Anderson, Builder of the Blockhouse Anderson likely fought in the Battle of Long Island Flats, one of the first battles of the Revolutionary War. In a mark of the high respect area residents held Anderson, the citizens of new Scott County elected him Sheriff, the first officer appointed, even though he was 65 years old at.The story of John Boyds life is wonderfully told by the author and is long overdue.
He is an American hero who fought the toughest opponent: the Pentagon. There is a price This book needs to be a required reading for military as well as elected Congressman and Senators/5.