JOHN ISRAEL / ISREAL








Born: 1765, Abermarle County, Virginia.

Died: Last pension paid Sept 21, 1837.

Buried: Hamner Cemetery, Johnson County, Indiana
Government marker placed by Alexander Hamilton Chapter DAR.

Service: Enlisted in Wilkes Co, North Carolina
Served 3 months from May 1781 in Capt Pendleton's Co., Col Isaac's Regiment
Served in expedition against the Tories.
From Sept 1781 , 3 months in Capt John Beaverly's Co., Col Benjamin Harrington's Regt
Went on expedition against the Cherokee indians
From Feb 1783, 3 months in Capt Funnezee's Company of Light Horse.

Proof: Pension Claim S-17510

Directions: Hamner Cemetery (also known as Amity)
Located 1/4 mile north of State Rd 252 on CR 550E
on the west side of road in Blue River Township, Johnson County.


Information collect from Mrs I E Tranter of Franklin, Indiana

Directions and photos taken on 28 October 2004 by Edward Hitchcock of the Daniel Guthrie Chapter in Bedford, IN.

Top two photographs are courtesty of Brad Manzenberger, see his webpage:
Revolutionary War Graves of Johnson County, Indiana

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