I am looking at a rejected Revolutionary Pension application file for Samuel Hutchinson of Tully, Onondaga, NY.
Included in the file is a form signed by Mrs Narcissa Beers of Syracuse stating that she has a direct interest in the case as she is the daughter of Samuel Payne. Also in the file is a son John Hutchinson.
I found a snippet view in Google books
"One year, for which he received a discharge, which he has lost. The above service, he states, was at
and about New London, in guarding the coast.
Joel Payne, of the town of Villanova, State of New York, states that the said Hutchinson and himself were
both draughted, in the month of May, 1780, for the term of six months, and entered into the service of the
United States as private soldiers in the same company, commanded by Captain" snippet cuts off here
changing search terms I get the next snippet:
"Daniel White, who resided in the town of Coventry. Immediately after they were draughted, they marched
to New London, where they were stationed, and remained during the whole of the term of six months,
under the command of Colonel John Jone.
Nathan Mixer, Esq, a justice of the peace, certifies that he has known the said Joel Payne about nine years, and
that his character for truth and" end of snippet
These snippets are unfortunatly attached by Google Books to a book entitled "Teaching atlas of nuclear medicine"
(obviously incorrect) but in the common phrases section Google books gives "26th Congress, 2d sessions, Revolutionary
Claims, Revolution pensions, etc.
I am more than 80% certain that Samuel is the son of Samuel Hutchinson and Eunice Badger, born in Lebanon CT on
11 Jan 1765, grandson of Eleazer Hutchinson and Jemima Wright. Joel Payne is the nephew of John Payne who married Samuel's sister Jemima Hutchinson.
Here is the image for Narcissa (it's on Ancestry)http://search.ancestry.com/Browse/view.aspx?dbid=1995&pa...