DeKalb County, Tennessee

See also Revolutionary Soldiers of
Warren, White and Surrounding Counties

Joseph RANKHOW [or RANKHORN?], Private, North Carolina Line, $40.00 Annual Allowance, $120.00 Amount Received, October 2, 1833 Pension Started, Age 74, Warren Co, TN 1835 Rolls, Warren County. Listed on 1840 census of DeKalb Co, TN
Daniel Allen

10 Feb 1832. U.S. Senate. "Mr. Sprague presented petitions of Nathaniel Lombard, Thomas Neale, Daniel Allen, George Fogg, Asa Robbins, Amos Allen, George Berry, and Andrew Pettingill, late pensioners of the United States, severally praying to be restored to the roll of revolutionary pensioners. (Journal of the Senate of the United States of America, 1789-1873 Friday, February 10, 1832. p. 126, American Memories Collection, Library of Congress)

23 Dec 1844 U.S. House of Representatives. "By Mr. Aaron V. Brown: The petition of Alathea Allen, widow of Daniel Allen. of De Kalb county, in the State of Tennessee--heretofore presented December 31, 1840... Ordered, That said petitions be referred to the Committee on Revolutionary Pensions." (Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, 1789-1873, Monday, December 23, 1844, p. 119, ibid.)
Joseph Rankhow Or RANKHORN?

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