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Jacob Schlemmer family
Jacob Schlemmer family
 
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James William Hattery
James William Hattery
 
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Jason & Angelline
Jason & Angelline
 
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Jason Rhodes family, 1892
Jason Rhodes family, 1892
 
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Jason Rhodes Family, 1907
Jason Rhodes Family, 1907
 
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John (Hessay) Milner
John (Hessay) Milner
 
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Josephus Good
Josephus Good
 
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Josephus Good
Josephus Good
 
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Levi B Grove
Levi B Grove
 
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Lydia (Pletcher) Grove
Lydia (Pletcher) Grove
 
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Lydia (Pletcher) Grove
Lydia (Pletcher) Grove
 
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Margaret Ann Snyder
Margaret Ann Snyder
 
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Martin Tidd
Martin Tidd
 
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Martin Tidd, Revolutionary War certificates
Martin Tidd, Revolutionary War certificates
 
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Mary Elizabeth Reeve (Largent)
Mary Elizabeth Reeve (Largent)
 
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Michael Rhodes
Michael Rhodes
 
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Michael, and Angeline Rhodes
Michael, and Angeline Rhodes
 
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Pauline Schlemmer/Grove
Pauline Schlemmer/Grove
 
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Perry and Rosa Stocker
Perry and Rosa Stocker
 
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Perry Stocker
Perry Stocker
 
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Perry, Rosa his wife, Blanche, and baby Florence Stocker
Perry, Rosa his wife, Blanche, and baby Florence Stocker
 
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Richard Breeding Cross as runaway in the newspaper, the Virginia Gazette
Richard Breeding Cross as runaway in the newspaper, the Virginia Gazette
 
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Ruby Vant Rhodes
Ruby Vant Rhodes
 
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Ruby Vant Rhodes, 1923
Ruby Vant Rhodes, 1923
 
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Sadie Hattery ca1944
Sadie Hattery ca1944
 
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Sadie Winifred (Hattery) Rhodes
Sadie Winifred (Hattery) Rhodes
 
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Signature of James Foley, as a lieutenant in the American Revolution, 1780
Signature of James Foley, as a lieutenant in the American Revolution, 1780
 
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Signature of Joseph H. Rhodes, 1861
Signature of Joseph H. Rhodes, 1861
 
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Signature of William Rhodes from his Revolutionary War land bounty warrant, 1822
Signature of William Rhodes from his Revolutionary War land bounty warrant, 1822
 
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Signature of William Rhodes from his Revolutionary War land bounty warrant, 1823
Signature of William Rhodes from his Revolutionary War land bounty warrant, 1823
 
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Signature of William Rhodes in 1784 from a Virginia State, military land warrant, for his for his service in the American Revolution.
Signature of William Rhodes in 1784 from a Virginia State, military land warrant, for his for his service in the American Revolution.
This signature dated 1784, is from William Rhodes', Virginia State, military land warrant, for his service as a corporal, for more than seven years, in the American Revolution, where he received 416 2/3 acres of land.
 
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Signature of William Rhodes, 1813
Signature of William Rhodes, 1813
 
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Soldiers and Officers Second Virginia Regiment, as it looked in 1777-1778. William Rhodes served with them as a Private Soldier at that time.
Soldiers and Officers Second Virginia Regiment, as it looked in 1777-1778. William Rhodes served with them as a Private Soldier at that time.
 
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Stanley Baugher
Stanley Baugher
 
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Susan & Rosa Countryman
Susan & Rosa Countryman
 
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Susan Countryman/Rhodes
Susan Countryman/Rhodes
 
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The British Legion charges Virginia Continentals at the Battle of the Waxhaws. Painting by Graham Turner. The battle took place during the American Revolutionary War on May 29, 1780, near Lancaster, South Carolina. During the melee William Rhodes was bayoneted in the abdomen twice, but miraculously survived.
The British Legion charges Virginia Continentals at the Battle of the Waxhaws. Painting by Graham Turner. The battle took place during the American Revolutionary War on May 29, 1780, near Lancaster, South Carolina. During the melee William Rhodes was bayoneted in the abdomen twice, but miraculously survived.
 
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This is a portrayal of the Virginia Light Infantry battalion, at  battle of Stony Point New York. The Battle took place on July 16, 1779, during the American Revolutionary War. I was a well planned and executed nighttime attack, a highly trained select group of soldiers. It was a night attack, where the bayonet being the only weapon used by the Americans. In this battle William Rhodes was wounded and promoted Corporal.
This is a portrayal of the Virginia Light Infantry battalion, at battle of Stony Point New York. The Battle took place on July 16, 1779, during the American Revolutionary War. I was a well planned and executed nighttime attack, a highly trained select group of soldiers. It was a night attack, where the bayonet being the only weapon used by the Americans. In this battle William Rhodes was wounded and promoted Corporal.
 
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This is how William Rhodes may have look while as soldier in the Second Virginia Regiment, from 1777-1778.
This is how William Rhodes may have look while as soldier in the Second Virginia Regiment, from 1777-1778.
 
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This is the Regimental Colors of the Third Virginia Detachment. William Rhodes fought under this flag at the Battle of the Waxhaws, SC, during the American Revolutionary War on May 29, 1780. In the massacre that followed, he was bayoneted twice in the abdomen and left for dead, but somehow survive.
This is the Regimental Colors of the Third Virginia Detachment. William Rhodes fought under this flag at the Battle of the Waxhaws, SC, during the American Revolutionary War on May 29, 1780. In the massacre that followed, he was bayoneted twice in the abdomen and left for dead, but somehow survive.
 
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This is the uniform that William Rhodes would have wore as soldier in the Second Virginia Regiment at the Battle of Brandywine, on September 11, 1777, during the American Revolutionary War.
This is the uniform that William Rhodes would have wore as soldier in the Second Virginia Regiment at the Battle of Brandywine, on September 11, 1777, during the American Revolutionary War.
 
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William and Sarah (Knepper) Stocker
William and Sarah (Knepper) Stocker
 
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William Rhodes enlisted into the 2nd Virginia on 1st Sept. 1775, during the American Revolution. The the picture shows what soldiers wore from 1775 to 1776.
William Rhodes enlisted into the 2nd Virginia on 1st Sept. 1775, during the American Revolution. The the picture shows what soldiers wore from 1775 to 1776.
 
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William Rhodes served in the 2nd Virginia Regiment in the  Revolutionary War. This photo is of a reenacting group that is portraying the Regiment, on October 4, 1777, at the battle of Germantown MD.
William Rhodes served in the 2nd Virginia Regiment in the Revolutionary War. This photo is of a reenacting group that is portraying the Regiment, on October 4, 1777, at the battle of Germantown MD.
 
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William Rhodes served in the revolutionary war from 1775-1783. This is one of the uniform he would have worn from 1777-1778, while soldier in in the 2nd Virginia Regiment.
William Rhodes served in the revolutionary war from 1775-1783. This is one of the uniform he would have worn from 1777-1778, while soldier in in the 2nd Virginia Regiment.
 
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William Rhodes' signature from his Revolutionary War, pension dated 1814
William Rhodes' signature from his Revolutionary War, pension dated 1814
 

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