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Colonel William Fleming on the Virginia frontier, 1755-1783

Hoyt, William Dana

Colonel William Fleming on the Virginia frontier, 1755-1783

by Hoyt, William Dana

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Published by John Hopkins University] in [Baltimore .
Written in English

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  • Fleming, William, -- 1729-1795.

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    Statementby William D. Hoyt, jr.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[99]-119, [2], 405-434, 175-210, [2] p. ;
    Number of Pages434
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19746565M

    Dunmore’s War Rosters 1 Comment / Military, Virginia / TOC But few of the rolls of Companies which participated in the battle of Point Pleasant, or which arrived on the field that evening with Colonel William Christian, are known to be in existence. Other authors include William Fleming. An annotated list for the papers is available in the repository. Hoyt, William Dana, Jr., "Colonel William Fleming on the Virginia Frontier, " Ph. D. diss., Johns Hopkins University, Mays, David John. Sketch of William Fleming, the Third President of the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia.

    The Battle of Point Pleasant, An Address (Bedford, VA: Peaks of Otter DAR) Billington, Ray Allen Westward Expansion, A History of the American Frontier (NY; MacMillan) Section I, Chapter VIII "Settlement Crosses the Mountains " pp. Crozier, William Armstrong Virginia Colonial Militia, (Baltimore. Col. William Preston. Col. Preston was a prominent officer widely known not to have been at the battle. He remained in Fincastle County directing the defense of the frontier. Capt. Daniel Smith wrote to Col. William Preston at Smithfield on 13 October, presumably aware of where his commanding officer was [pp. ]. Smithfield isFile Size: 92KB.

      The forted life known to most who settled the old Southwest was described by many, but whether such a one as Reverend Doddridge who spent his boyhood on the frontier of what is now West Virginia, or Colonel William Fleming who endured the "hard winter" of – in various Kentucky stations, none had any good word to say for the forted Author: Harriette Simpson Arnow. Such is the background of this narrative of the Virginia frontier. Samuel Paxton, born in Ireland in , arrived in Pennsylvania about with his family. As he was somewhat advanced in years at that time, he did not survive the rigors of pioneer life—his death occurred about , at his home on Marsh Creek, Adams County, PA.


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Colonel William Fleming on the Virginia frontier, 1755-1783 by Hoyt, William Dana Download PDF EPUB FB2

Colonel William Fleming in Dunmore's war, Colonel William Fleming, county lieutenant of Botetourt, Colonel William Fleming, commissioner to examine and settle the public accounts in the western country, Get this from a library. Colonel William Fleming on the Virginia frontier, [William Dana Hoyt].

Most widely held works about William Fleming Colonel William Fleming on the Virginia frontier, by William Dana Hoyt (Book). Colonel William Fleming (Febru – August 5, ) was a physician, soldier, statesman, and planter who briefly acted as the Governor of Virginia during the American Revolutionary War.

He is often confused with his contemporary, Judge William Fleming, who served in the Virginia legislature and was a delegate to the Continental s: Dorthea Fleming, Leonard Fleming.

Among those personally interested was William Fleming (), who claimed land in return for service on the frontier. He was a Scots physician, a former surgeon's mate in the British Navy, who landed at Norfolk, Virginia, in August, RC (NN).Endorsed: “Th: Jefferson Aug ’” “Col.

Fleming” is written at the lower left front of the MS in another hand. Enclosure: Orders for Defense of the Western Frontier, 23 Julyq.v.

Col. William Fleming, county lieutenant of Botetourt, had been appointed one of three commissioners to superintend defense of the southwestern frontier; see orders dated 23 July, above. Colonel William Fleming (Febru – August 5, ) was an American physician, soldier, politician and planter who served as a local justice of the peace in the mountains of southwestern Virginia and Kentucky, as well Colonel William Fleming on the Virginia frontier in the Senate of Virginia and briefly acted as the Governor of Virginia during the American Revolutionary mater: University of Edinburgh.

William Fleming servid in the Revolutionary War; he enlisted August 4,in John Patton's Company of the Delaware regiment commanded by Col.

David Hall" from The William Fleming book" He was in the hospital from October until March On April 1,he entered Captain Morre's Company was with it until May Children: Andrew Fleming, Boaz Fleming, Archibald Fleming, Nathan Fleming, George Fleming. Colonel William Burgess was one of the executors.

*See Virginia Magazine of History Vol. XIV, page John Fleming, Sr., and Ann (White) Fleming 7 Ancestors of Ann White:—The Burgess Family Colonel William Burgess* was born in and died Janu He came to Virginia from Cornwall County, England.

FLEMING, William, a Delegate from Virginia; born in Cumberland County, Va., July 6, ; was graduated from the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Va., in ; studied law; was admitted to the bar and practiced; member of the provincial house of burgesses ; delegate to the Revolutionary conventions in and ; member of the Cumberland County committee in.

Preview this book» What people are Page Other editions - View all. Frontier Advance on the Upper Ohio, Louise Phelps Kellogg Full view - Frontier Advance on the Upper Ohio,Ed, Volume 4.

Source: The Bolling Family Pg Mary Bolling married Col. John Fleming. grandson of Sir Thomas Fleming who emigrated in (not confirmed) Children: Fleming-Capt. in Col. Wm Byrd's 2nd Va. Regt. Killed at Princeton m, Miss Randolph. Also seen as Col. Thomas Fleming. William Children: William Fleming, Henry Fleming, Peter D Fleming, Capt.

John Fleming, Thomas Fleming. Pioneer leaders were Colonel William Preston of Botetourt, known as the watchdog of the frontier; Colonel William Fleming, a Tinker Creek surgeon, acting governor of and head of the local government commission; and Andrew Lewis of present-day.

At that time Kentucky was part of Fincastle County, Virginia, and the surveyor was Colonel William Preston. Preston refused to record the entries. He explained that they were not valid because there had been no deputy surveyors from Fincastle County with the company and because most of the land was west of Donelson's line in an area reserved.

Colonel Charles Lewis was to command theAugusta troops, and Colonel William Fleming the Botetourt troops, under General Lewis. The Governor was to take his route by the way of Pittsburg, and General Lewis down the Kenawha—the whole army to assemble at the mouth of the Great Kenawha, on the Ohio river.

WILLIAM FLEMING HIGH SCHOOL. ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. THE COLONEL. A very comprehensive record of school life. This annual is in good condition, It contains the usual signatures, dedications and notations. FLEMING, WILLIAM, a Delegate from Virginia; born in Cumberland County, Va., July 6, ; was graduated from the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Va., in ; studied law; was admitted to the bar and practiced; member of the provincial house of burgesses ; delegate to the Revolutionary conventions in and ; member of the Cumberland County committee in.

3 Colonel William Fleming to Governor Benjamin Harrison, 26 DecemberWilliam Pitt Palmer et al., eds., Calendar of Virginia State Papers and Other Manuscripts Preserved in the Capitol at Richmond, 11 vols. (Richmond, ), Full text of "Journal of Captain Charles Lewis of the Virginia regiment" See other formats U'i.

JOURNAL CAPTAIN CHARLES LEWIS The Virginia Regiment, COMMANDED BY Colonel George Washington IN THE EXPEDITION AGAINST THE FRENCH, October lo — Decem ' t JOURNAL OF CAPTAIN CHARLES LEWIS October ro — December io, ^ October loth, —.

John Poulson was probably a younger brother of Captain William Poulson. William Fleming migrated to Virginia in early manhood. He is said to have been of noble lineage.

He was a physician, and with the rank of lieutenant subsequently acted as surgeon. He served in the Sandy Creek Expedition of. FRONTIER-RETREAT-ON-THE-UPPER-OHIO Download Frontier-retreat-on-the-upper-ohio ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format.

Click Download or Read Online button to FRONTIER-RETREAT-ON-THE-UPPER-OHIO book pdf for free now. Colonel Charles Lewis, year-old brother of Andrew Lewis, led the Augusta County Regiment while Colonel William Fleming directed the unit from Botetourt County.

Colonel John Field commanded an independent company from Culpeper County to .to Thwaites and Kellogg’s Documentary History of the Battle of Point Pleasant. Col. William Preston. Col. Preston was a prominent officer widely known not to have been at the battle. He remained in Fincastle County directing the defense of the frontier.

Capt. Daniel Smith wrote to Col. William Preston at Smithfield on 13 October,File Size: 78KB.