Vital Records
Birth, Death, Marriages


Revolutionary War (1775–1783)

Allen, James
Allen, William
Pvt 4 SC Reg't Rev. War
Buried at Mt. Hope Cem.
Arthur, Matthew
Boyd, James
Davidson, John
Fleming, William
Hames, John
Hill, Rubin
NC & VA Troops Rev War
Buried at Mt. Hope Cem.
McLane, Wiley T
Pvt Continental Line, Rev War
From Headstone: In the 72nd year of his age: The deceased was a native of North Carolina, a brave soldier in the Revolution.
Antioch Bapt. Cem. Lumpkin County GA
Singleton, Robert
Watts, Isaac
Williams, John J.
Woody, Josiah
Dahlonega, Iowa


Census of Pensioners 1840

Pensioners Census    
Census of Pensioners 1840    
Names of pensioners for
military services.
Ages Names of heads of families with whom revolutionary or pensioners resided June 1, 1840 Lumpkin County.
William Allen - 101 William Allen
William Fleming - 79 Isaac N. Fleming
John Hames - 94 John Hames
Reuben Hill- 69 Reuben Hill
Richard Ledbetter- 101 Johnson Ledbetter
Edmond Singleton - 85 Overstreet Singleton
John Nix - 75 Micajah Walker
Michael Pilgrim - 80 Samuel Etres
Additional Comments:    
A Census of Pensioners for Revolutionary or Military Services; with their Names, Ages and Places of Residence, as Returned by the Marshals of the Several Judicial Districts, Under the Act for Taking the Sixth Census. Washington: Printed by Blair and Rives (1841)
Jemima Robertson received pension benefits in 1845 for Joseph Brown
Pension Heirs of Flanders Thompson



American Revolutionary War Rejected Pensions 
From Lumpkin County

John Bames
Claim not acted upon--no declaration--papers incomplete.
Not on the rolls--no proof of service.
Margaret Hobbs, Widow of Jonathan
Crossville, Lumpkin
Proof of service and marriage defective.
Sarah Pearce (Deceased), Widow of John
Proof of identity required with the soldier of the Maryland line, and of marriage.
For proof of identity with the soldier of the same name credited on the comptroller's books.