American Revolution Patriots (Ferrington-Fickett)


  • Ferrington, Jacob – Jacob Ferrington came from the State of Georgia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Georgia. When the rank of a soldier is not listed, then the rank is usually that of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Seventeenth day of May, in 1784, he received a bounty of an unknown amount of land, from the State of Georgia. Jacob Ferrington 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 Jacob Ferrington, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Ferriole, Alexander – Alexander Ferriole came from the State of New York. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of New York. Alexander Ferriole held the rank of Lieutenant in the Continental Army. On an unknown date, he received a bounty of one thousand acres of land, from the State of New York. Alexander Ferriole 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 Lieutenant Alexander Ferriole, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Ferriole, Joseph – Joseph Ferriole came from the State of New York. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of New York. When the rank of a soldier is not listed, then the rank is usually that of Private, in the Continental Army. On an unknown date, he received a bounty of five hundred acres of land, from the State of New York. Joseph Ferriole 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 Joseph Ferriole, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Ferris, Jabez – Jabez Ferris came from the Sufferer’s Section of the Town of Greenwich, Fairfield County, in the State of Connecticut. The Sufferer’s Sections of the British Colonies in North America, were established by order of King George III, of England. The King had the Sufferer’s Section created to separate the sick and diseased from the general population. On an unknown date, Jabez Ferris received a bounty of Twenty-eight pounds, five pence and seven pennies, in British money, from the State of Connecticut. He was given the bounty of British money, because of her courage, in the War for American Independence. Jabez Ferris served under the command of General George Washington. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Sufferer Jabez Ferris, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Ferris, James – James Ferris came from the Sufferer’s Section of the Town of Greenwich, Fairfield County, in the State of Connecticut. The Sufferer’s Sections of the British Colonies in North America, were established by order of King George III, of England. The King had the Sufferer’s Section created to separate the sick and diseased from the general population. On an unknown date, James Ferris received a bounty of Forty-two pounds, thirteen pence and three pennies, in British money, from the State of Connecticut. He was given the bounty of British money, because of her courage, in the War for American Independence. James Ferris served under the command of General George Washington. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Sufferer James Ferris, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Ferris, Joseph – Joseph Ferris came from the Sufferer’s Section of the Town of Greenwich, Fairfield County, in the State of Connecticut. The Sufferer’s Sections of the British Colonies in North America, were established by order of King George III, of England. The King had the Sufferer’s Section created to separate the sick and diseased from the general population. On an unknown date, Joseph Ferris received a bounty of eleven pounds, zero pence and zero pennies, in British money, from the State of Connecticut. He was given the bounty of British money, because of her courage, in the War for American Independence. Joseph Ferris served under the command of General George Washington. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Sufferer Joseph Ferris, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Ferris, Joseph – Joseph Ferris came from the Sufferer’s Section of the Town of Greenwich, Fairfield County, in the State of Connecticut. The Sufferer’s Sections of the British Colonies in North America, were established by order of King George III, of England. The King had the Sufferer’s Section created to separate the sick and diseased from the general population. On an unknown date, Joseph Ferris received a bounty of seven pounds, zero pence and zero pennies, in British money, from the State of Connecticut. He was given the bounty of British money, because of her courage, in the War for American Independence. Joseph Ferris served under the command of General George Washington. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Sufferer Joseph Ferris, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Ferris, Josiah – Josiah Ferris came from the Sufferer’s Section of the Town of Greenwich, Fairfield County, in the State of Connecticut. The Sufferer’s Sections of the British Colonies in North America, were established by order of King George III, of England. The King had the Sufferer’s Section created to separate the sick and diseased from the general population. On an unknown date, Josiah Ferris received a bounty of twenty pounds, three pence and four pennies, in British money, from the State of Connecticut. He was given the bounty of British money, because of her courage, in the War for American Independence. Josiah Ferris served under the command of General George Washington. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Sufferer Josiah Ferris, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Ferris, Moses – Moses Ferris came from the Sufferer’s Section of the Town of Greenwich, Fairfield County, in the State of Connecticut. The Sufferer’s Sections of the British Colonies in North America, were established by order of King George III, of England. The King had the Sufferer’s Section created to separate the sick and diseased from the general population. On an unknown date, Moses Ferris received a bounty of six pounds, zero pence and zero pennies, in British money, from the State of Connecticut. He was given the bounty of British money, because of her courage, in the War for American Independence. Moses Ferris served under the command of General George Washington. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Sufferer Moses Ferris, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Ferris, Park – Park Ferris came from the Sufferer’s Section of the Town of Greenwich, Fairfield County, in the State of Connecticut. The Sufferer’s Sections of the British Colonies in North America, were established by order of King George III, of England. The King had the Sufferer’s Section created to separate the sick and diseased from the general population. On an unknown date, Park Ferris received a bounty of six pounds, ten pence and zero pennies, in British money, from the State of Connecticut. He was given the bounty of British money, because of her courage, in the War for American Independence. Park Ferris served under the command of General George Washington. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Sufferer Park Ferris, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Ferris, Peter – Peter Ferris came from the State of New York. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of New York. Peter Ferris held the rank of Matross, in the Continental Army. A Matross held the same rank as that of Private. He was an assistant to the gunner or cannonier. He helped with firelocks, loading, firing and cleaning the gun or cannon. When the army travelled, the Matross would walk with the supply wagons and served as a guard for the wagons and the supplies. On the Ninth day of July, in 1790, Peter Ferris 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 Peter Ferris, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Ferris, Sylvanus – Sylvanus Ferris came from the Sufferer’s Section of the Town of Greenwich, Fairfield County, in the State of Connecticut. The Sufferer’s Sections of the British Colonies in North America, were established by order of King George III, of England. The King had the Sufferer’s Section created to separate the sick and diseased from the general population. On an unknown date, Sylvanus Ferris received a bounty of forty-two pounds, fourteen pence and four pennies, in British money, from the State of Connecticut. He was given the bounty of British money, because of her courage, in the War for American Independence. Sylvanus Ferris served under the command of General George Washington. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Sufferer Sylvanus Ferris, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Ferris, Timothy – Timothy Ferris came from the Sufferer’s Section of the Town of Greenwich, Fairfield County, in the State of Connecticut. The Sufferer’s Sections of the British Colonies in North America, were established by order of King George III, of England. The King had the Sufferer’s Section created to separate the sick and diseased from the general population. On an unknown date, Timothy Ferris received a bounty of sixteen pounds, ten pence and zero pennies, in British money, from the State of Connecticut. He was given the bounty of British money, because of her courage, in the War for American Independence. Timothy Ferris served under the command of General George Washington. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Sufferer Timothy Ferris, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Ferroll, Patrick – Patrick Ferroll came from the State of Pennsylvania. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Pennsylvania. Patrick Ferroll held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Thirty-first day of October, in1787. Patrick Ferroll’s Assignee, David Walker received a bounty, of two hundred acres of land, from the State of Pennsylvania. Patrick Ferroll 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 Patrick Ferroll, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Ferrot, John – John Ferrot came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Virginia. John Ferrot held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Twenty-first day of May, in 1784, he received a bounty, of one hundred acres of land, from the State of Virginia. John Ferrot 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 John Ferrot, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Ferry, Beverley – Beverley Ferry came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Virginia. Beverley Ferry held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Eighth day of September, in 1813, he received a bounty, of one hundred acres of land, from the State of Virginia. Beverley Ferry 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 Beverley Ferry, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Fessenden, Benjamin – Benjamin Fessenden came from the State of Massachusetts. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Massachusetts. When the rank of a soldier is not listed, then the rank is usually that of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Second day of March, in 1813, he received a bounty, of two hundred acres of land, from the State of Massachusetts. Benjamin Fessenden 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 Benjamin Fessenden, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Fessenden, Nathaniel – Nathaniel Fessenden came from the Town of Lexington, Middlesex County, in the State of Massachusetts. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Massachusetts. When the rank of a soldier is not listed then the rank is usually that of Private, in the Continental Army. Nathaniel Fessenden appears on the payroll for military service, in the Tenth Campaign, in April of 1777, in Providence Rhode Island for at least two months. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Nathaniel Fessenden, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Fetner, Henry – Henry Fetner came from the State of North Carolina. He was also, mustered into the Army, in the State of North Carolina. Henry Fetner held the rank of Corporal, in the Continental army. On the Thirtieth day of September, in 1785, he received a bounty, of one thousand acres of land, from the State of North Carolina. Henry Fetner 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 Henry Fetner, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Few, Alexander – Alexander Few came from the State of North Carolina. He was also, mustered into the Army, in the State of North Carolina. Alexander Few held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Twelfth day of October, in 1795, his heirs received a bounty, of six hundred and forty acres of land, from the State of North Carolina. Alexander Few’s heirs were 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 Alexander Few, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Few, Benjamin – Benjamin Few came from the State of Georgia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Georgia. Benjamin Few held the rank of Colonel, in the Continental Army. On the Second day of May, in 1785, he received a bounty of two hundred, eighty-seven and one / half acres of land, from the State of Georgia. Benjamin Few 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 Benjamin Few, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Few, Ignatius – Ignatius Few came from the State of Georgia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Georgia. When the rank of a soldier is not listed, the the rank is usually that of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Eleventh day of March, in 1784, he received a bounty of two hundred, eighty-seven and one / half acres of land, from the State of Georgia. Ignatius Few 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 Ignatius Few, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Few, William – William Few came from the State of Georgia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Georgia. William Few held the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, in the Continental Army. On the Twenty-eighth day of February, in 1784, he received a bounty of one thousand and fifty acres of land, from the State of Georgia. William Few 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 Lieutenant Colonel William Few, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Few, William, Sr. – William Few, Sr. came from the State of Georgia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Georgia. When the rank of a soldier is not listed, the the rank is usually, that of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Twenty-eighth day of February, in 1784, he received a bounty of two hundred and fifty acres of land, from the State of Georgia. William Few, Sr. 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 William Few, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Few, William – William Few was born in 1748, in the State of Maryland. He died on the Sixteenth day of July, in 1829, in Fishkill, Dutchess County, in the State of New York, at about the age of eighty-one years old. William Few held the rank of Colonel, in the Continental Army. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Colonel William Few, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Fick, David – David Fick came from the State of Pennsylvania. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Pennsylvania. David Fick held the rank of Lieutenant, in the Continental Army. On the Twenty-eighth day of September, in 1787, he received a bounty, of two hundred acres of land, from the State of Pennsylvania. David Fick 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 Lieutenant David Fick, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Fick, David – David Fick came from the State of Pennsylvania. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Pennsylvania. David Fick held the rank of Lieutenant, in the Continental Army. On the Twenty-eighth day of September, in 1787, he received a bounty, of two hundred acres of land, from the State of Pennsylvania. David Fick 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 Lieutenant David Fick, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Fickett, Nathaniel – Nathaniel Fickett came from the Town of Cape Elizabeth, Cumberland County, in the State of Maine. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Maine. Maine was not a state, in its own right, during the American Revolutionary War. Maine became a separate colony, in the 1620’s. From the 1650’s until 1820, the State of Maine was part of the State of Massachusetts. The people of the State of Maine finally gained the right to have their own state in 1820. When the rank of a soldier is not listed, then the rank is usually that of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Twentieth day of March, in 1840, his widow, Abigail Gammon Fickett received a bounty of two hundred acres of land, from the State of Maine. Nathaniel Fickett’s widow 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 Nathaniel Fickett, before or during the American Revolution.
  • Fickett, Vinson – Nathaniel Fickett came from the Town of Lewiston, Androscoggin County, in the State of Maine. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Maine. Maine was not a state, in its own right, during the American Revolutionary War. Maine became a separate colony, in the 1620’s. From the 1650’s until 1820, the State of Maine was part of the State of Massachusetts. The people of the State of Maine finally gained the right to have their own state in 1820. Vinson Fickett held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Nineteenth day of September, in 1835, he received a bounty of two hundred acres of land, from the State of Maine. Vinson Fickett 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 Vinson Fickett, before or during the American Revolution.