Hamilton, Robert. Son of George, Sr. Located in Sumner
County, Tennessee, after the war, perhaps on lands received
for war service.
Hamilton, Thomas (1744-1829). Son of George, Sr. A pen-
sioner. See Colonial Records, Vol. 22, page 69.
Hamilton, William. Son of George, Sr. Died in 1785, leaving
a mdow, so he was of right age for military service. He
willed to his family lands in Tennessee.
Hatriek, Robert (1757-1838). Was right age for military duty.
Larkin, John. See Caruthers' History, Vol. 2, page 159.
Leeper, James. Located here in 1780, and was of military age.
McClintock, John. May have been too old for war service, but
his sons, John and William, were old enough; and all his
descendants are entitled to recognition. He was knocked
from his horse by Colonel Tarleton. Caruthers' History,
Vol. 2, page 99.
McDowell, James. Son of Joseph, Sr. Was in the army still
when his father died in 1797. A relative, Mrs. H. P. Ander-
son, says he served in the war.
McDowell, John. Son of Joseph, Sr. Was dead when his father
made his will in 1797, and his regimental clothes were willed
to James. He must have been in the war.
McDowell, Joseph, Jr. Son of Joseph, Sr. Married Martha
White, daughter of John, just after the war and moved to
that part of Tennessee reserved for North Carolina soldiers.
His wife was born in 1763. He must have been in the war.
McElhattan, William. Was a member of Capt. Robert Bell's
company. Minutes of Session. He married Mary Hamilton
McGibbony, Patrick. Lieutenant in service. Colonial Records,
Vol. 16, page 1110, and papers now in hands of Mrs. John L.
King, a great-granddaughter .
McGready, John and William. Sons of James, Sr. Were trad-
ing in land just after the war, and were right age for military
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Mclntire, Robert. Bought land here in 1778, and was right age