My 4th Nice Grandfather Nathan Frizzell served within the Revolutionary Battle out of South Carolina. I descend from him via two lines– one via his daughter, Margaret Elizabeth Frizzell Manley and the opposite via his son, James Marion Frizzell. Beneath is only a small portion of the data contained in his Revolutionary Battle Pension software. Along with the same old service particulars it additionally provides a fairly good element of the households residences. A few of them ended up in Calloway Co. Kentucky.
From Nathan Frizel’s Pension Software No. 3380 Served in South Carolina
14 Aug 1832 Bedford Co TN Courtroom of Pleas and Quarter Session
Appeared earlier than John L Neill, Samuel Phillips, & John S Armstrong
Esquires & Gentleman Justices of the Peace
He entered the Service of United State as a volunteer beneath Captain William Deason in what’s now known as Chesterfield District within the state of South Carolina, a while within the month of October 1780 and was connected to a Regiment commanded by Colonel John Marshall of Normal Sumpter‘s Brigade. He states they weren’t marched from that county or district any distance however was engaged in reconnoitering and acted as Rangers and watching the actions of the Tories till the next might when he states Col. Marshall’s Regiment was connected to Normal Inexperienced‘s Military. He states he was marched with Normal Inexperienced’s Military from Camden S Carolina to the excessive hills of Santa by means of a little bit city known as Statesville from that and to the Eutaw Springs, the place he states he was in an engagement in opposition to the British who have been beneath the commander of Lord Roddick He states that Col William Washington was taken prisoner at that Engagement by the British, he states that he firm he belonged to was permitted to return dwelling after the battle of Eutaw Springs after serving about eight months. he states that the was connected to Normal Sumpter’s Brigade once more and continued with him till Cornwallis was taken, he states he was engaged in a number of small skirmishes with the Tories one at Rugeley’s Mill an Granny’s Quarter Creek one different at Rocky Mount an Catawba River and one different skirmish at Black Creek with the Tories in Chesterfield district South Carolina. And one small engagement, which ought to have been talked about beforehand on this declaration on the Excessive Hill two miles from Camden in regards to the 1st of Might 1781. Making in all a time period of service of twelve months or there about. H e additional states that he has no documentary proof no matter and that he is aware of of no particular person whose testimony he can precure who can testify as to his service and hereby relinquishes all claims to a pension or annuity no matter besides the current, and he declares that his identify isn’t on the pension roll of any Company in the US.
The place and in what yr have been you born?
I used to be born in Baltimore County within the state of Maryland agreeable to my father’s document therein on the seventh day of August 1759
I’ve a document of my age at my dwelling on this county, wrote in my Household Bible
which Report was taken from my Father’s Bible
I used to be a citizen of Chesterfield district within the State of South Carolina after I volunteered beneath Capt. William Deason and after the Revolutionary Battle I moved to Anson County within the State of North Carolina from that to Robinson(Robertson) county within the state of Tennessee about 1802 and from that I moved to Rutherford County in the identical state and from there I eliminated to the county of Bedford in identical state a while within the yr 1808 or 1809 the place I’ve lived ever since and the place I now stay.
I used to be a volunteer throughout the entire time I served
I don’t recollect the names of any common officer besides Col Wm Washington tho I noticed Col Lee and Col Washington’s troops often
I did obtain a discharge in writing signed by Col John Marshall however I’ve misplaced or mislaid it a few years in the past & can not produce it at the moment.
(Character references from current neighborhood)
Rev. John Speeding
Capt. John Deason
William Norvell Esq.
John C Caldwell
Charles Taylor Sr.
Nathan Chaffin Esq.
Sworn to in open courtroom the day and yr aforesaid
sixteenth August 1832
Hyperlinks of curiosity
Deposition of Claimant, 14 August 1832, Nathan Frizzell, invalid’s pension software no. 3380 “Revolutionary Battle Pensions,” database with photographs, Fold3 ( : accessed 1 October 2023); imaged from Revolutionary Battle Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Software Information, Report Group 15: Information of the Division of Veterans Affairs, Nationwide Archives microfilm publication M804, roll 804
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