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MERCERS IN REV. WAR & 1812

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Re: MERCERS IN REV. WAR & 1812

Posted: 7 Jun 2006 2:49PM GMT
Classification: Query
Gloria
These are the pension rolls from the Treasury Office under the act of March 3, 1835.
There were no other Mercers on the list of Georgia. However if you had other Mercers from other States I’ll be happy to take a look.

I took these Mercers out of me index’s this is all the info I well have on them, I don’t know if these are family or not but thought you would like to see them?

Joshua Mercer of Washington county in the State of Florida, his pension was eight dollars a month, his pension started Jan. 1, 1852, he had ask Congress to be restored to the pension rolls.

Robert Mercer, Midshipman, his ship was the Frigate Delaware, his interest started Dec. 5, 1778, amount issued $49.83.

Hugh Mercer, Virginia, Brigadier General, killed Jan. 3, 1777, paid to his widow $5,250.00, his son was also name Hugh.

Land west of Pearl Rive, Abstracts.

Simeon Mercer, Dec. 31, 1807, 320 acres, on the waters of Bayou Sara.

Thomas Mercer, Dec. 30, 1807, 320 acres, on the waters of Thompson Creek.

William Mercer, Dec. 30, 1807, 320 acres, on the waters of the Bayou Sara.
Note: The index had it spelled William but on the records it was spelled Wil’son.






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