American Revolution Patriots (Pace-Pair)


  • Pace, Barnard – Barnard Pace 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 Thirtieth day of April, in 1784, Barnard Pace received a bounty of two hundred, 87.5 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 Barnard Pace, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Pace, Demsey – Demsey came from the State of North Carolina. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of North Carolina. Demsey Pace held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Fifteenth day of July, in 1785, his heirs received a bounty of 640 acres of land, from the State of North Carolina. Demsey Pace’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 Dempsey, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Pace, Thomas – Thomas Pace came from the State of Georgia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Georgia. Thomas Pace was a Refugee. A Refugee was a person, who had lost his home. There were many Refugees, because the British burned down many homes of the American soldiers and sympathizers, during the American Revolutionary War. On the Twenty-sixth day of July, in 1784, Thomas Pace received a bounty of two hundred, 87.5 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 Thomas Pace, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Pace, William – William Pace came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Virginia. William Pace held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Twentieth day of October, in 1783, he received a bounty of 200 acres of land, from the State of Virginia. William Pace 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 Pace, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Pack, James – James Pack came from the State of Maryland. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Maryland. When the rank of a soldier was not listed, then the rank was usually that of Private, in the Continental Army. On an unknown date, he received a bounty of 50 acres of land, from the State of Maryland. James Pack was given the bounty of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. He served under the command of General George Washington. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of James Pack, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Packard, Nehemiah – Nehemiah Packard came from the Town of Minot, 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 Revolution. 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 Maine finally gained the right to have their own state in 1820. Nehemiah Packard held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Twenty-ninth day of June, in 1835, he received a bounty of 200 acres of land, from the State of Maine. Nehemiah 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 Nehemiah Packard, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Packetts, Richard – Richard Packetts came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Virginia. Richard Packetts held the rank of Private, in the State of Virginia. On the Fourth day of September, in 1783, he received a bounty of one hundred acres of land, from the State of Virginia. Richard Packetts 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, Richard Packetts, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Packwood, Joseph – Joseph Packwood came from the Sufferer’s section of the Town of New London, New London County, in the State of Connecticut. The Sufferer’s sections of the British Colonies in North America, were established by the order of King George III, of England. He had the Sufferer’s areas created, to separate the sick and the diseased, from the general population. Joseph Packwood was also, mustered into the army, in the Town of New London, New London County, in the State of Connecticut. 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 Packwood received a bounty of eight hundred, seventeen pounds, five pence and four pennies, in British Money, from the State of Connecticut. He was given the bounty of British money, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Sufferer Joseph Packwood, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Packwood, William – William Packwood came from the Sufferer’s Sections of the Town of New London, New London County, in the State of Connecticut. The Sufferer’s Sections of the British Colonies in North America, were established by King George III, of England. He had the Sufferer’s areas created, to separate, the sick and the diseased from the general population. William Packwood was also, mustered into the army, in the Town of New London, New London County, in the State of Connecticut. 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 twelve pounds, and six pence, in British money, from the State of Connecticut. William Packwood was given the bounty of British money, 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 Packwood, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Padder, John – John Padder came from the State of New York. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of New York. John Padder held the rank of Private, in the State of New York. 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 Padder 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 John Padder, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Paddin, Thomas – Thomas Paddin came from 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. On the Eighteenth day of June, in 1785, his heirs received a bounty of six hundred and forty acres of land, from the State of North Carolina. Thomas Paddin’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 Thomas Paddin, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Paddington, John – John Paddington came from the State of Massachusetts. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Massachusetts. John Paddington was a member of General George Washington’s Commander-in-chief’s Guard. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of John Paddington, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Padgett, Thomas – Thomas Padgett came from the State of North Carolina. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of North Carolina. Thomas Padgett held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Twenty-ninth day of September, in 1784, he received a bounty of six hundred and forty acres of land, from the State of North Carolina. Thomas Padgett 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 Thomas Padgett, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Padrick, John – John Padrick 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. On the Thirteenth day of September, in 1790, John Padrick’s heirs received a bounty of five hundred acres of land, from the State of New York. His heirs were given the bounty of land, because of his courage, in the War from American Independence. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial of military service, of John Padrick, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Pafford, William – William Pafford came from the State of North Carolina. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of North Carolina. William Pafford held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Thirtieth day of April, in 1784, he received a bounty of six hundred and forty acres of land, from the State of North Carolina. William Pafford 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 Pafford, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Pagan, David – David Pagan came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Virginia. David Pagan held the rank of Private, in the Continental army. On an unknown date, he received a bounty of one hundred and eight acres of land, from the State of Virginia. David Pagan was given the bounty of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. He died in the State of Indiana. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Private David Pagan, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Page, Abraham – Abraham Page came from the Town of Belgrage, Kennebec County, in the State of Maine. He was also, mustered into the army, in the Town of Belgrade, Kennebec County, in the State of Maine. Maine was not a state in its own right during the American Revolution. Maine became a separate colony in the 1620’s. From the 2650’s until 1820, the State of Maine was part of the State of Massachusetts. The people of Maine finally gained the right to have their own state in 1820. Abraham Page held the rank of Second Sergeant, in the Continental Army. On an unknown date, he received a bounty of two hundred acres of land, from the State of Maine. Abraham Page 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 Second Sergeant Abraham, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Page, Abraham – Abraham Page came from the State of North Carolina. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of North Carolina. Abraham Page held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Twentieth day of January, in 1785, his heirs received a bounty of six hundred and forty acres of land, from the State of North Carolina. Abraham Page’s heirs were given the bounty of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. We have no additional information, of Private Abraham Page, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Page, Carter – Carter Page came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Virginia. Carter Page held the rank of Captain, in the Continental Army. On the Twenty-sixth day of May, in 1784, he received a bounty of four thousand acres of land, from the State of Virginia. Carter Page 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 Carter Page, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Page, Daniel – Daniel Page came from the Town of Fairfield, Somerset County, in the State of Maine. He was mustered into the army, in the Town of Fairfield, Somerset County, in the State of Maine. Maine was not a state, in its own right, during the American Revolution. 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 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 First day of May, in 1835, Daniel Page received a bounty of two hundred acres of land, from the State of Maine. 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 Daniel Page, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Page, Ichabod – Ichabod Page came from the Sufferer’s section of the Town of East or New Haven, East of New Haven County in the State of Connecticut. He was also, mustered into the army,Town of East or New Haven, East or New Haven County, in the State of Connecticut. The Sufferer’s sections of the British colonies in North America, were established by the order of King George III, of England. He had the Sufferer’s areas created to separate the sick and the diseased from the general population. Ichabod Page received a bounty of fifty-nine pounds, nine pence and six pennies, in British money, from the State of Connecticut. He was given the bounty of British money, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Sufferer Ichabod Page, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Page, James – James Page came from the State of Pennsylvania. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Pennsylvania. James Page held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Eleventh day of Pennsylvania, in 1786, he received a bounty of two hundred acres of land, from the State of Pennsylvania. James Page 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 Page, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Pages, Guillaume – Guillaume Pages was born in Cap Jante Parish, Quebec, in Canada. He died 1801, in the State of Indiana. Guillaume Pages was buried at the Old Cathedral Cemetery, in the Vincennes Township, Knox County, in the State of Indiana. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Guillaume Pages, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Pagram, William – William Pagram came from the State of Maryland. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Maryland. William Pagram held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On an unknown date, he received a bounty of fifty acres of land, from the State of Maryland. William Pagram 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 Pagram, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Pain, Armon – Armon Pain came from the State of North Carolina. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of North Carolina. Armon Pain held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Tenth day of December, in 1788, his heirs received a bounty of six hundred and forty acres of land, from the State of North Carolina. Armon Pain’s heirs were given the bounty of land, because his courage, in the War for American Independence. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Private Armon Pain, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Pain, Charles – Charles Pain came from the State of Massachusetts. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Massachusetts. Charles Pain held the rank of Corporal, in the Continental Army. On the fourteenth day of June, in 1830, he received a bounty of two hundred acres of land, from the State of Massachusetts. Charles Pain 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 Corporal Charles Pain, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Pain, John – John Pain came from the State of North Carolina. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of North Carolina. John Pain held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Tenth day of December, in 1788, his heirs received a bounty of six hundred and forty acres of land, from the State of North Carolina. John Pain 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 Pain, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Paine, Ichabod – Ichabod Paine was born on the Seventh day of September, in 1727, in the State of Connecticut. He died on the Twenty-second day of November, in 1812 in the State of New Jersey. When the rank of a soldier is not listed, then the rank is usually that of Private, in the Continental Army. Ichabod Paine was married to Hannah Boswell. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial of military service, of Ichabod Paine, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Paine, John – John Paine came from the State of Maryland. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Maryland. John Paine 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, clean the cannon and load 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 an unknown date, John Paine received a bounty of fifty acres of land, from the State of Maryland. 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 Paine, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Paine, Samuel – Samuel Paine came from the State of Georgia. He was a Minuteman. Minutemen were members of militias, or armies of non professional soldiers, in the American Revolutionary War. They were trained to respond to threats at a moment’s notice. Not only did they provide quick military action, but they created a network to quickly relay information across the colonies on horseback. On the fifteenth day of April, in 1784, Samuel Paine 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 Was for American Independence. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Minuteman Samuel Paine, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Paine, Thomas – Thomas Paine came from the Town of Pownal, Cumberland County, in the State of Maine. He was also, mustered into the army, in the Town of Pownal, Cumberland County, in the State of Maine. Maine was not a state, in its own right, during or after the American Revolution. 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 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 Nineteenth day of August, in 1835, Thomas Paine received a bounty of two hundred acres of land, from the State of Maine. 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 Paine, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Paine, William – William Paine came from the State of Pennsylvania. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Pennsylvania. William Paine held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Twenty-sixth day of October, in 1784, he 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 Private William Paine, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Pains, Peter – Peter Pains came from the State of North Carolina. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of North Carolina. Peter Pains 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. Peter Pains’ heirs were given the bounty of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. He served under the command of General George Washington. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Private Peter Pains, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Painter, Edward – Edward Painter came from the State of New York. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of New York. Edward Painter 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. Edward Painter was given the bounty of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. He served under the command of General George Washington. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Private Edward Painter, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Painter, Elijah – Elijah Painter came from the Sufferer’s section of the Town of East or New Haven, East of New Haven County in the State of Connecticut. He was also, mustered into the army,Town of East or New Haven, East or New Haven County, in the State of Connecticut. The Sufferer’s sections of the British colonies in North America, were established by the order of King George III, of England. He had the Sufferer’s areas created to separate the sick and the diseased from the general population. On an unknown date, Elijah Painter received a bounty of fourteen pounds, zero pence and zero pennies, in British money, from the State of Connecticut. He was given the bounty of British money, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. Elijah Painter served under the command of General George Washington. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Sufferer Ichabod Page, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Painter, George – George Painter came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Virginia. George Painter held the rank of Sergeant, in the Continental Army. On the Fourth day of November, in 1819, he received a bounty of four thousand acres of land, from the State of Virginia. George Painter 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 Sergeant George Painter, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Painter, Lamberton – Lamberton Painter came from the Sufferer’s section of the Town of East or New Haven, East of New Haven County in the State of Connecticut. He was also, mustered into the army,Town of East or New Haven, East or New Haven County, in the State of Connecticut. The Sufferer’s sections of the British colonies in North America, were established by the order of King George III, of England. He had the Sufferer’s areas created to separate the sick and the diseased from the general population. On an unknown date, Lamberton Painter received a bounty of eleven pounds, twelve pence and zero pennies, in British money, from the State of Connecticut. He was given the bounty of British money, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. Lamberton Painter served under the command of General George Washington. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Sufferer Lamberton Painter, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Painter, Lamberton – Lamberton Painter came from the Sufferer’s section of the Town of East or New Haven, East of New Haven County in the State of Connecticut. He was also, mustered into the army,Town of East or New Haven, East or New Haven County, in the State of Connecticut. The Sufferer’s sections of the British colonies in North America, were established by the order of King George III, of England. He had the Sufferer’s areas created to separate the sick and the diseased from the general population. On an unknown date, Lamberton Painter received a bounty of Twenty-four pounds, zero pence and zero pennies, in British money, from the State of Connecticut. He was given the bounty of British money, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. Lamberton Painter served under the command of General George Washington. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Sufferer Lamberton Painter, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Paintree, John – John Paintree came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Virginia. John Paintree held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On an unknown date, he received a bounty of one hundred and eight acres of land, from the State of Virginia. John Paintree was given the bounty of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. He served under the command of General George Washington. John Paintree died in the State of Indiana. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Private John Paintree, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Pair, George – George Pair came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Virginia. George Pair held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Twentieth day of May, in 1783, he received a bounty of two hundred acres of land, from the State of Virginia. George Pair was given the bounty of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. He served under the command of General George Washington. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Private George Pair, during or after the American Revolution.
  • Pair, George – George Pair came from the State of Virginia. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Virginia. George Pair held the rank of Private, in the Continental Army. On the Twelfth day of August, in 1785, he received a bounty of two hundred acres of land, from the State of Virginia. George Pair was given the bounty of land, because of his courage, in the War for American Independence. He served under the command of General George Washington. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Private George Pair, during or after the American Revolution.