American Revolution Patriots (Labe-LaFlure)


  • Labe, Francis – Francis Labe 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, Francis Labe received a bounty of five 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 Francis Labe, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Labe, Joseph – Joseph Labe 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, Joseph Labe received a bounty of five 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 Joseph Labe, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Labelle, William – William Labelle 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, 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 Labelle, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Labiel, Francis – Francis Labiel came from the State of North Carolina. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of North Carolina. Francis Labiel held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Seventeenth day of February, in 1824, he received a bounty of six hundred and forty acres of land, from the State of North Carolina. Francis Labiel 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 Labiel, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Labonte, John Baptiste – John Baptiste Labonte came from the State of New York. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of New York. John Baptiste Labonte held the rank of Captain, in the Continental Army. On an unknown date, he received a bounty of one thousand acres of land, from the State of New York. John Baptiste Labonte 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 Captain John Baptiste Labonte, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Labonte, John Baptiste – John Baptiste Labonte 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. John Baptiste Labonte 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 Baptiste Labonte, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Labonte, Pierre – Pierre Labonte 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. Pierre Labonte 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 Pierre Labonte, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Lacey, Joshua – Joshua Lacey came from the State of South Carolina. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of South Carolina. Joshua Lacey held the rank of Captain, in the Continental Army. On the Third day of April, in 1786, he received a bounty of three hundred acres of land, from the State of South Carolina. Joshua Lacey 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 Joshua Lacey, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Lackey, Christopher – Christopher Lackey came from the State of North Carolina. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of North Carolina. Christopher Lackey held the rank of Lieutenant, in the Continental Army. On the Seventh day of December, in 1802, he received a bounty of twenty-five hundred and sixty acres of land, from the State of North Carolina. Christopher 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 Christopher Lackey, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Lackey, James – James Lackey came from the State of New York. He was also, mustered into the army, in the Continental Army. James Lackey held the rank of Matross, in the Continental Army. A Matross was a mate of helper to a Cannonier or the soldier, who fired the cannon. His duties were to care for the cannon, load the cannon and clean the cannon. When the army traveled, the Matross would walk with the supply wagons and guard the wagons and the supplies, along the way. On the third day of July, in 1790, he received a bounty of six hundred acres of land, from the State of New York. James Lackey 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 James Lackey, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Lackey, John – John Lackey came from the North Carolina. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of North Carolina. John Lackey held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Thirtieth day of September, in 1785, his heirs received a bounty of six hundred and forty acres of land, from the State of North Carolina. John Lackey’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 Private John Lackey, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Lackey, Robert – Robert Lackey came from the State of Pennsylvania. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Pennsylvania. Robert Lackey held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Twenty-seventh day of June, in 1789, he received a bounty two hundred acres of land, from the State of Pennsylvania. Robert Lackey 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 Robert Lackey, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Lackey, Thomas – Thomas Lackey 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 fifteenth day of March, in 1784, Thomas Lackey received a bounty of two hundred and fifty 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 Thomas Lackey, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Lackey, William – William Lackey came from the State of Georgia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Georgia. William Lackey was a Refugee. A Refugee was someone, who had lost his home. Often, a person lost his home, because the British burned it down. The British burned down many homes of the American soldiers and sympathizers, during the American Revolutionary War. On the Fifteenth day of March, in 1784, William Lackey received a bounty of two hundred and fifty 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 Refugee William Lackey, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Lackhouse, Nicholas – Nicholas Lackhouse came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Virginia. Nicholas Lackhouse held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the third day of November, in 1838, he received a bounty, of two hundred acres of land, from the State of Virginia. Nicholas Lackhouse 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 Nicholas Lackhouse, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Lackhouse, Nicholas – Nicholas Lackhouse came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Virginia. Nicholas Lackhouse held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Twenty-seventh day of March, in 1855, he received a bounty of two hundred acres of land, from the State of Virginia. Nicholas Lackhouse 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 Nicholas Lackhouse, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Lacklin, William – William Lacklin 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 Twenty-first day of April, in 1784, William Lacklin received a bounty of two hundred and fifty 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 Private William Lacklin, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Lackneir, John – John Lackneir came from the State of New York. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of New York. John Lackneir held the rank of Matross, in the Continental Army. A Matross was a mate of helper to a Cannonier or the soldier, who fired the cannon. His duties were to care for the cannon, load the cannon and clean the cannon. When the army traveled, the Matross would walk with the supply wagons, guard the wagon and the supplies along the way. On the ninth day of July, in 1790, John Lackneir received a bounty of five 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 John Lackneir, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Lacky, Hugh – Hugh Lacky came from the State of New York. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of New York. Hugh Kacky held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Eighth day of July, in 1790, he received a bounty of six hundred acres of land, from the State of New York. Hugh Lacky 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 Hugh Lacky, during or after the American Revolution.
  • LaCoste Dit Langgueloc, Charles – Charles LaCoste Dit Langgueloc was buried at the Old Cathedral Cemetery, in the Town of Vincennes, Knox County, in the State of Indiana. He was married to Felicite Migmaux. She died in 1794. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Charles LaCoste Dit Langgueloc, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Lacron, John – John Lacron came from the State of Pennsylvania. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Pennsylvania. John Lacron held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Seventh day of September, in 1787, he received a bounty of two hundred acres of land, from the State of Pennsylvania. John Lacron was given the bounty of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. The surname of Lacron can also, be spelled LaCron or Lacrone. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Private John Lacron, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Lacy, Henry R. -Henry R. Lacy came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Virginia. Henry R. Lacy held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Seventeenth day of February, in 1784, he received a bounty of one hundred acres of land, from the State of Virginia. Henry R. Lacy was given the bounty of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Revolution. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Private Henry R. Lacy, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Lacy, John – John Lacy 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 Seventh day of June, in 1785, John Lacy received a bounty of two hundred and thirty 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 John Lacy, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Lacy, John Richard – John Richard Lacy came form the State of North Carolina. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of North Carolina. When the rank of a soldier is not listed, then the rank is usually that of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Twenty-sixth day of December, in 1792, John Richard Lacy received a bounty of eight hundred and fifty-two acres, 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 John Richard Lacy, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Ladd, James – James Ladd came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Virginia. James Ladd held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the ninth day of November, in 1808, he received a bounty of one hundred acres of land, from the State of Virginia. James Ladd 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 James Ladd, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Ladley, William – William Ladley came form the State of Pennsylvania. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Pennsylvania. William Ladley held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Thirteenth day of January, in 1787, he received a bounty of two hundred acres of land, from the State of Pennsylvania. William Ladley 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 William Ladley, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Ladow, Ambrose -Ambrose Ladow came from the State of New York. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of New York. Ambrose Ladow held the rank of Matross, in the Continental Army. A Matross was a mate or a helper to a Cannonier or the soldier who fired the cannon. His duties were to care for the cannon, load the cannon and clean the cannon. When the army traveled, the Matross would walk with the supply wagons and guard the wagons and the supplies, along the way. On the Ninth day of July, in 1790, Ambrose Ladow 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 Ambrose Ladow, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Lafferty, John – John Lafferty came from the State of New York. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of New York. John Lafferty held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Third day of July, in 1790, he received a bounty of six hundred acres of land, from the State of New York. John Lafferty 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 Lafferty, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Lafferty, John – John Lafferty came from the State of North Carolina. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of North Carolina. John Lafferty held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Seventh day of September, in 1820, he received a bounty of two hundred and seventy-four acres of land, from the State of North Carolina. John Lafferty 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 Lafferty, during or after the American Revolution.
  • LaFleur, Pierre – Pierre LaFleur came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Virginia. Pierre LaFleur held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Tenth day of December, in 1838, he received a bounty of one hundred acres of land, from the State of Virginia. Pierre LaFleur 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 Pierre LaFleur, during or after the American Revolution.
  • LaFleur, Pierre – Pierre LaFleur came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Virginia. Pierre LaFleur held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Twenty-seventh day of March, in 1855, he received a bounty of one hundred acres of land, from the State of Virginia. Pierre LaFleur 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 Pierre LaFleur, during or after the American Revolution.
  • LaFlour, Joseph – Joseph LaFlour came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Virginia. Joseph LaFlour held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Fourteenth day of July, in 1835, he received a bounty of one hundred acres of land, from the State of Virginia. Joseph LaFlour was given the bounty of one hundred acres 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 Joseph LaFlour, during or after the American Revolution.
  • LaFlour, Paul – Paul LaFlour came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Virginia. Paul LaFlour held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Thirty-first day of December, in 1851, he received a bounty of one hundred acres of land, from the State of Virginia. Paul LaFlour 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 Paul LaFlour, during or after the American Revolution.
  • LaFlour, Paul – Paul LaFlour came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Virginia. Paul LaFlour held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Twenty-first day of April, in 1856, he received a bounty of one hundred acres of land, from the State of Virginia. Paul LaFlour 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 Paul LaFlour, during or after the American Revolution.
  • LaFlour, Pierre – Pierre LaFlour came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Virginia. Pierre LaFlour held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Second day of May, in 1856, he received a bounty of one hundred acres of land, from the State of Virginia. Pierre LaFlour 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 Pierre LaFlour, during or after the American Revolution.
  • LaFlure, John – John LaFlure came from the State of New York. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of New York. John LaFlure held the rank of Matross, in the Continental Army. A Matross was a mate or helper to a Cannonier or the soldier, who fired the cannon. His duties were to care for the cannon, load the cannon,and clean the cannon. When the army traveled, the Matross would walk with the supply wagons, and guard the wagons and supplies, along the way. On the Ninth day of July, in 1790, he received a bounty of five hundred acres of land, from the State of New York. John LaFlure 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 LaFlure, during or after the American Revolution.