American Revolution Patriots (Agel-Akins)


  • Agel, Benjamin – Benjamin Agel came from the State of North Carolina. He was also, mustered into the army in the State of North Carolina. Benjamin Agel held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Twenty-first day of August, in 1820, Benjamin Agel received a bounty of two hundred and Twenty-eight acres of land, from the State of North Carolina. He was given the land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Private Benjamin Agel, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Agnew, John – John Agnew came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army in the State of Virginia. John Agnew held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Fifth day of March, in 1819, he received a bounty of one hundred acres of land from the State of Virginia. John Agnew was given the land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Private John Agnew, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Agnew, Samuel – Samuel Agnew came from East Pennsborough Township, of Cumberland County, in the State of Pennsylvania. He was also, mustered into the army in the Cumberland County, of the State of Pennsylvania. Samuel Agnew held the rank of Captain, in the Continental Army. We have no additional information, about the life death, burial or military service, of Captain Samuel Agnew, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Ahorn, Philip – Philip Ahorn came from the State of Pennsylvania. He was also, mustered into the army in the State of Pennsylvania. Philip Ahorn held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On an unknown date, he received a bounty of two hundred acres, of land, from the State of Pennsylvania. He was given the land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Private Philip Ahorn, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Aiken, David – David Aiken came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army in the State of Virginia. David Aiken held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Eighth day of January, in 1812, he received, a bounty of one hundred acres, from the State of Virginia. David Aiken was given the land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. This David Aiken may be the same David Aiken as the one below, with a higher rank. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Private David Aiken, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Aiken, David – David Aiken came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army in the State of Virginia. David Aiken held the rank of Sergeant, in the Continental Army. On the Eighth day of January, in 1812, he received, a bounty of four hundred acres of land, from the State of Virginia. David Aiken was given the land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. This David Aiken  may be the same David Aiken as the one above, with a lower rank. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Sergeant David Aiken, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Aiken, George – George Aiken came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army in the State of Virginia. George Aiken held the rank of Sergeant, in the Continental Army. On the Twentieth day of January, in 1785, he received two hundred acres of land, from the State of Virginia. George Aiken was given the land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Sergeant George Aiken, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Aiken, John – John Aiken came from the State of Pennsylvania. He was also, mustered into the army in the State of Pennsylvania. John Aiken was most likely a Private. When the rank of a soldier is not listed; it is usually that of a Private, in the Continental Army. On the Twenty-seventh of May, in 1796, John Aiken received a bounty of two hundred acres of land, from the State of Pennsylvania. He was given the land because, of his courage, in the War for American Independence. The land was actually given to Jacob Miley, the Assignee. The Assignee was the person, who was owned a debt. John Aiken, in this case was the debtor. After the war, the bounty, be it money or land, was given to the Assignee. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or service military, of Private John Aiken, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Aiken, John – John Aiken came from the State of Pennsylvania. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Pennsylvania. John Aiken held the rank of Matross, in the Continental Army. A Matross was a soldier and a member of an artillery unit. He ranked just below a gunner. The Matross was a to assist the gunner in loading, firing and sponging the guns. He was provided with firelocks, and marched with the store wagons, acting as a guard. In the United States Army, a Matross ranked as a Private, in his artillery unit. On the Nineteenth day of March, in 1787 John Aiken received a bounty, of two hundred acres of land, from the State of Pennsylvania. He was given the bounty of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of John Aiken, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Ailstock, William – William Ailstock came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army in the State of Virginia. William Ailstock held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Twelfth day of July, in 1783, he received a bounty, of one hundred acres of land, from the State of Virginia. William Ailstock was given the land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service of Private William Ailstock, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Aimes, Henry – Henry Aimes came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army in the State of Virginia. Henry Aimes held the rank of Colonel in the Continental Army. On the Thirtieth day of September, in 1851, he received a bounty, of eighty-four hundred and eighty-seven acres of land, from the State of Virginia. Henry Aimes was given the bounty of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Colonel Henry Aimes, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Aimes, Joseph – Joseph Aimes came from the State of North Carolina. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of North Carolina. Joseph Aimes held the rank of Private in the Continental. On the Second day of August, in 1784, Joseph Aimes’ heir received a bounty of six hundred and forty acres of land, from the State of North Carolina. Joseph Aimes’ heir was give the bounty of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. The heir of Joseph Aimes was Thomas Aimes. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service of Private Joseph Aimes, before or during the American Revolution.
  • Aimes, Thomas – Thomas Aimes came from the State of North Carolina. He was also, mustered into the army inthe State of North Carolina. Thomas Aimes held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the second day of August, in 1784, Thomas Aimes received a bounty of six hundred and forty acres of land, from the State of North Carolina. He was given the bounty of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. Thomas Aimes may be the heir of Joseph Aimes, noted in the above section. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Private Thomas Aimes, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Airs, Francis – Francis Airs came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Virginia. Francis Airs held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Fifteenth day of June, in 1807, he received a bounty, of one hundred acres of land , from the State of Virginia. Francis Airs was given the bounty of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Private Francis Air, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Airs, George – George Airs came form the State of Massachusetts. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Massachusetts. George Airs held the rank of Matross, in the Continental Army. A Matross was a soldier and a member of an artillery unit, who ranked just below a gunner. The duty of a Matross was to assist the gunner in loading, firing and spronging the guns. He was provided with firelocks, and marched with the store wagons, acting as a guard. In the United States Army, a Matross ranked as a Private, in an artillery unit. On the Fifteenth of January, in 1834, George Airs received a bounty of two hundred acres, from the State of Massachusetts. He was given the bounty of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Matross George Airs, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Airs, John – John Airs came from the State of Massachusetts. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Massachusetts. John Airs held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the First day of March, in 1833, he received a bounty, of two hundred acres of land, from the State of Massachusetts. John Airs was given the land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Private John Airs, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Aitkin, Robert – Robert Aitkin came from the State of Pennsylvania. He was also, mustered into the army in the State of Pennsylvania. Robert Aitkin held the rank of Sergeant, in the Continental Army. On the Twelfth day of February, in 1803, his Devisee received a bounty, two hundred and Fifty acres of land, from the State of Massachusetts. Robert Aitkin’s Devisee was given the bounty of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. Robert Aitkin’s Devisee was Martin Reiley. A Device is a gift of real property in a will. A Devisee is one who, is given real property in a will. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Sergeant Robert Aitkin, before or during the American Revolution.
  • Ajaton, John – John Ajaton came from the State of North Carolina. He was also, mustered into the army in the State of North Carolina. John Ajaton held the rank of Sergeant in the Continental Army. On the Twelfth day of March, in 1785, the heirs of John Ajaton received a bounty of one thousand acres of land, from the State of North Carolina.The heirs were given the bounty of land, because of John Ajaton’s courage, in the War for American Independence. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Sergeant John Ajaton, before or during the American Revolution.
  • Akely, John – John Akely came from the State of Pennsylvania. He was also, mustered into the army in the State of Pennsylvania. John Akely most likely held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. When the rank of a soldier is not listed; the rank is usually that of Private. On the Seventeenth day of February, in 1803, John Akely received a bounty, of two hundred acres of land, from the State of Pennsylvania. He was given the bounty of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. The John Akely below, and this John Akely, may be the same person. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of John Akely, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Akely, John – John Akely came from the State of Pennsylvania. He was also, mustered into the army in the State of Pennsylvania. John Akely most likely held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. When the rank of a soldier is not listed; the rank is usually that of Private. On the Fourteenth day of May, in 1806, John Akely received a bounty, of two hundred acres of land, from the State of Pennsylvania. He was given the bounty of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. The John Akely above, and this John Akely, may be the same person. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service of John Akely, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Aken, Joel – Joel Aken came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army in the State of Virginia. Joel Aken held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Nineteenth day of April, in 1784, he received a bounty of one hundred acres of land, from the State of Virginia. Joel Aken was given the bounty of land, because of his courage in the War for American Independence. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Private Joel Aken, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Akerman, William – William Akerman came from the State of New York. He was also, mustered into the army in the State of NewYork. William Akerman held the rank of Matross, in the Continental Army. A Matross was a soldier and a member of an atillery unit, who ranked just below a gunner. The duty of a Matross was to assist the gunner, in loading, fireing and spronging the guns. He was provided with firelocks and marched with the store wagons, as a guard. In the United States, a Matross ranked as a Private, in an artillery unit. On the Ninth day of July, in 1790, William Akerman received a bounty of six hundred acres of land, from the State of New York. He was given the bounty of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Matross William Akerman, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Akers, Simon – Simon Akers came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army in the State of Virginia. Simon Akers held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Sixteenth day of February, in 1801, he received a bounty, of one hundred acres of land, from the State of Virginia. He was given the bounty, of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Private Simon Akers, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Akinclas, Absalom – Absalom Akinclas came from the State of North Carolina. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of North Carolina. Absalom Akinclas held the rank of Private in the Continental Army. On the Second day of February, in 1786, Absalom Akinclas received a bounty of two hundred and seventy-four acres of land, from the State of North Carolina. He was given the bounty, of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Private Absalom Akinclas , during or after the American Revolution.
  • Akins, Gideon – Gideon Akins came from the State of North Carolina. He was also, Mustered into the army in the State of North Carolina. Gideon Akins held the rank of a Non Commissioned Officer, in the Continental Army. A Non-commissioned Officer is a military officer, who has not earned a commission. Commissioned officers usually earn their commissions without having risen through the ranks. A non-commissioned officer, such as a sergeant or a corporal has a low rank in the army. A non-commissioned officer is an enlisted member of the armed forces, such as a corporal, sergeant or a petty officer, who is appointed to a rank conferring leadership over other enlisted personnel. On the Nineteenth day of May, in 1784, Gideon Akins received a bounty, of one thousand acres of land, from the State of North Carolina. He was given the bounty of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Non-commissioned Officer Gideon Akins, during  or after the American Revolution.
  • Akins, James – James Akins came from the State of New York. He was also, mustered into the army in the State of New York. James Akins held the rank of Matross, in the Continental Army. A Matross was a soldier and a member of an artillery unit, who ranked just below a gunner. The duty of a Matross was to assist a gunner, in loading, firing and spronging the guns. He was provided with firelocks, and marched with the store wagons, as a guard. In the United States, a Matross ranked as a Private, in an artillery unit. On the Ninth day of July, in 1790, James Akins received a bounty, of five hundred acres, from the State of New York. He was given the bounty, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. We have no additional information, about the Life, death, burial or military service, of Private James Akins, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Akins, John – John Akins came from the State of Georgia. He was also, became a Minuteman in the State of Georgia. On an unknown date, John Akins received a bounty, of two hundred, eighty- seven and one half acres of land, from the State of Georgia. He was given the bounty of land, because of his courage in the War for American Independence. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Georgia Minuteman John Akins, during or after the American Revolution.