Thursday, March 23, 2017
Sunday, March 19, 2017
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Reply to Kosciusko Armstrong's Assault Upon Col. McKenney's Narrative of the ..., by Thomas Loraine McKenney:
...Narative of the Causes which, in 1814, led to General Armstrong's resignation of the War Office.
Saturday, March 11, 2017
Thursday, March 9, 2017
|Source - Fold3 War of 1812 Pensions|
States in the year 1813 or 1814 that he was drafted in Franklin County Tennessee...
Jacob Graves married 2nd Elizabeth Bromly in 1842; he was previously married to Peggy Johnson, who died about 1825
Jacob died in Tippah County, Mississippi on March 9, 1876; they had previously lived in Tishomingo County, Mississippi
Note: I have ancestors who lived in Franklin County, Tennessee who moved to southern Illinois. Nancy (Graves) Johnson, also moved from Tennessee to southern Illinois (she is my ancestor as well). I don't believe Nancy was from Franklin County or is related to this Jacob Graves, but since I do not know who her parents were, I can't rule them out yet.
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
|Andrew Jackson Statue In New Orleans|
"Over in Missouri, however, Illinois Indians continued a constant warfare well into the year 1815, after the Treaty of Ghent had been signed and promulgated... . They continued until the war department assigned Andrew Jackson to this department, with orders to report to St. Louis there to attach himself to the head of the troops he would find awaiting him and march against the Rock River Sacs... . Duncan Graham, head of the British intriguers at that point, had formed a profound respect for Andrew Jackson, by reason of the New Orleans affair and other events, and without ceremony at once fled to Canada." [Source]