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- 1. Re: [CROLEY] Battle of Point Pleasant 
- Janet Dixon wrote:
> I have a question and hope I'm not being a pest. If
> DAR supported Point Pleasant as the 1st Revolutionary
> War battle at one time, as it seems to me to have done
> after reading these emails and links, then has anyone
> been accepted into DAR or SAR using Samuel Crowley as
> the patriot in the past?
I asked the NSDAR on their Patriot look-up site, (several months ago,
they asked me to 'prove' that congress declared the Battle to be within
the Revolution) and they responded t
- 2. Re: [CROLEY] John J. Crowley (ca1808-1830) -from Va. to Tennesee in 1826 
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IN REVIEWING ROOTSwEB.COM SEARCH SITES AND ANCESTRY.COM i FOUND INFORMATION FROM RELATIVES OF WILLIAM M CRALLE that this name later became crowley- same phonetically - check sites and see
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- 3. [CROLEY] Battle of Point Pleasant 
- West Virginia Senator Robert Byrd in 1991: "Mr. President, I ask my Colleagues to join me today in remembering those whom many believe to be the first military veterans in our Nation's history. I am speaking of the militiamen of the Battle of Point Pleasant, a battle waged in my home State of West Virginia- at that time, Virginia- and officially recognized in 1908 by the 60th Congress as the First Battle of the Revolutionary War...."
- 4. Re: [CROLEY] Battle of Point Pleasant 
- Please note that Sen Byrd said "whom many believe"..............as I have said to others, I worked in DC for many years, and the Senate & House passed many resolutions daily w/o asking for proof of validity.
Sent: Thu, 3 Jan 2008 6:38 am
Subject: [CROLEY] Battle of Point Pleasant
West Virginia Senator Robert Byrd in 1991: "Mr. President, I ask my Colleagues
to join me today in remembering those whom many believe to
- 5. [CROLEY] Lord Dunmore's War 
- Hi Everyone,
The Battle of Point Pleasant was not any precedent to the Colonial War for
Independence from England. It was an assertion (attempted or otherwise) of
power by British authority against the American Indians (the Shawnees
specifically) in an effort to gain possession of land in the territory of
the Ohio River Valley, which consequently opened Kentucky to settlement.
This was instigated by John Murray, Earl of Dunmore (AKA Lord Dunmore), and
named Lord Dunmore's War. He was named governor
- 6. [CROLEY] Congressional Record 
- Hi Everybody:
Today I recieved from Stan Crowley 17 pages of the Congressional Record, excepts from the 58th, 59th, and 60th Congresses. All of these pages include information about the Battle of Point Pleasant, which I'm sure interests all Crowleys, and all Strongs too since the widow of Samuel Crowley was Elizabeth Strong. I'll make a report of what I've found in these pages. In the 17 pages the phrase "battle of the Revolution" concerning the Battle of Point Pleasant is used 16 times. Most of these page
- 7. Re: [CROLEY] Congressional Record 
- What would be the evidence for this "belief"?
Marc A. Crowley
> Many historians have believed that Lord Dunmore, British Governor of
> Virginia, when he led the Virginia militia to meet the Indians on the Ohio
> River, and split his army to meet up later, planned to never make this
> meeting, because he knew the Revolution was about to start, and this other
> half of his army commanded by General Andrew Lewis was the militia od
> Augusta, Botetourt, and Fincastle Cos., frontiersmen and the most
- 8. Re: [CROLEY] DAR & SAR 
- Well said, sister Diana!
David Tyrone Crowley
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On
Behalf Of Diana Williams
Sent: Wednesday, January 02, 2008 16:02
Subject: [CROLEY] DAR & SAR
Someone told me once that DAR did not accept it but that SAR did.
Someone out there should have access to those records.
To me, the bottom line is that few historians even agree on things.
Each writes from his own agenda. I
- 9. Re: [CROLEY] CROLEY Digest, Vol 3, Issue 10 
- Jim, I'd like to buy your book - tried to email you and it bounced back.
Regarding the following questions, here is what I have - not much, actually:
Benjamin Franklin Crowley p. 486, I have a William Crowley b. 1822 MO who
was the son of William Crowley and Abigail Kimsey. He married Louisa A.
Perkins 11 Sep 1845 in Howard Co., MO.
Squire Crowley p. 486 also is a son of the above William and Abigail - b.
aft 1810 TN; m. Nancy Murray, daughter of John Murray on 3 Jun 1840 Henry
Don't know abo
- 10. Re: [CROLEY] Robert Dean Wood 
- I was just reading over some of his information that
he had posted about Point Pleasant. I am so sorry to
hear of his passing.
We are having a Crowley reunion in May and I wanted to
get all this Point Pleasant business clear in my mind
and was checking over what he had wrote. He will be
--- POLARSAC@aol.com wrote:
> I am sad to tell you that Robert Dean Wood(aka
> Woody), the descendent of
> Greenberry Crowley, died January 1, 2008. Woody was
> one of the first Crowley
> cousins that I met online
- 11. [CROLEY] Congressional Record 
- Hi Everyboby:
Congressional Record: 60th Congress: Memorial at Point Pleasant, W.Va.:
MR SCOTT: I ask unanimous consent for the consideration at this time of the bill (S.160) to aid in the erection of a monument or memorial at Point Pleasant, W. Va. to commemorate the battle of the Revolution fought at that point between the colonial troops and Indians October 10, 1774. There being no objection, the Senate as in Committeeof the whole, proceeded to consider the bill. It proposes to appropriate $10,000, to b
- 12. Re: [CROLEY] Congressional Record 
- Once again, here is the response from the National archives:
Legislative Archives < Legislative.Archives@nara.gov
> Dear Mr. Scism:
> The Federal Government, via two Library of Congress web sites, has
> placed online bills into the 1870s, and very recent bills. Bills for
> your time period are not online.
> *S. 160 (60th Congress, 1st session) passed the Senate on February 21,
> 1908. It did not pass the House, and never became law.*
> It was
- 13. Re: [CROLEY] Benjamin Franklin Crowley 1822; 
- I am sitting here with the book in my hands. (It takes two :)
On p. 482 it says: Following are the children of William Crowley.
You just have to go back and forth to follow the lines.
I did not check all the names you list, just the first two.
A basic chart of the numbers given would have helped but I am not complaining. You just have to do some of the work your self. I think Jim wanted us to.
Am I explaining it correctly Jim?
firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: James Rolff's magnificent book is
- 14. Re: [CROLEY] CROLEY Digest, Vol 3, Issue 10 
- Jean, hope you don't mind my jumping in here.
I am descended from William Crowley Sr. m. to Abigail
Kimsey through their son William Crowley Jr. but I
have his birth as abt. 1816 and have him married to
Elizabeth Gladden. I have his siblings as Daniel C.,
Littleberry, Elizabeth, Jeremiah, Samuel, Esquire
"Squire" also known as "Buck", and Benjamin Frankiln
Crowley. William Crowley Jr. would be my Great Great
Grandfather and his son James William Crowley is my
Great Grandfather. James William's son Alexande
- 15. [CROLEY] 1752 tithes, (Jeffery Crowley listed) 
- Edwin "Tex" Irvin wrote:
> Source: VABEDFOR@rootsweb.com
> Subject: [VABEDFOR] Lunenburg tihes 1752
> For 1752
> List taken by John Phelps
> Stephen English
> Jno Haynes ............................................... 2
> Jno. Turner ................................................ 1
> Jno. Adams ...........................................
- 16. Re: [CROLEY] CROLEY Digest, Vol 3, Issue 11 
- If you'll check what I wrote again, I didn't say William Jr. married Miz
Perkins. I said Benjamin Franklin Crowley did. My information originally
came from Janet and yesterday she sent me again what she had. We agree.
> [Original Message]
> Date: 1/10/2008 12:03:51 AM
> Subject: CROLEY Digest, Vol 3, Issue 11
> Today's Topics:
> 1. Re: CROLEY Digest, Vol 3, Issue 10 (Jean Creswick)
> 2. Re: CROLEY Digest, Vol 3, Issue 10 (
- 17. Re: [CROLEY] DAR & SAR 
Excellent analysis and conclusion.
The second book arrived last weekend. Thanks again.
I am finding all kinds of treasures within it--names, dates and places that were unknown to me.
I hand-delivered the second book to the Family History Center and their exact comment: "This is a wonderful gift--so much detail--some well prepared; this will be a treasure for many researchers!"
So, my thanks for giving me the easy part--just delivering it!
Any more projects up-your-sleeve?
A great beg
- 18. Re: [CROLEY] MYTH BUSTED 60th Congress, Senate Bill 160, February 1908 
- Hi Everybody:
Regarding this letter from Rodney A. Ross of the Center for Legislative
Archives, I've found that this is a part of the National Archives, and Mr.
Ross is not the Director but likely one of the 20 employees. I don't know
how expert Mr. Ross is on Senate Bill No. 160 or the Battle of Point
Pleasant, but in his letter he stated that part of the title of this bill
was "to commemorate the BATTLE OF THE REVOLUTION". Mr. Ross then says: "The
bill makes no mention of the battle being the "firs
- 19. [CROLEY] Logan's Lament and Dunmore's War 
- For an explanation of the relationship of the American Indians, Lord Dunmore, and the colonists in 1774, please see the following:
Anthony Wallace, Jefferson and the Indians: The Tragic Fate of the First Americans (Cambridge, 1999).
Gary B. Nash, The Unknown American Revolution (Viking, 2005), especially pages 166-172.
Merrill Johnson, The Founding of a Nation, (Hackett Publishing, 1968, repr. 2004)
Randolph C. Downes, "Lord Dunmore's War: An Interpretation", The Mississippi Valley Historical Review (1
- 20. Re: [CROLEY] Congressional Record 
- Preliminary Survey
of Sites Associated with the
Lives and Deeds of Foreign-born Heroes
of the American Revolution
the United States Commission for the
Preservation of Americas Heritage Abroad
to the Committees on Appropriations
of the 107th Congress of the United States of America
July 4, 2002
We have defined "American Revolution" as the entire
period of struggle by which the
thirteen colonies of the Atlantic Seaboard of North
America won independence from
Great Britain a
- 21. Re: [CROLEY] Battle of Point Pleasant 
- Just when I think i've decided Point Pleasant wasn't
part of the Revolution, something like this turns up.
Was this Senator wrong in what he said? Did the 60th
Congress actually recognize Point Pleasant as the
first battle of the revolution? I appreciate
everyone's posts, thanks! I've been in contact over
the last two years with DAR and each time they say
someone is supposed to contact me but they still have
not. That's a little disappointing but whether the
battle that Samuel died in was part of the Revo
- 22. Re: [CROLEY] Thanks for the cards 
- I received several cards and letters of get well
Thank you very much, they meant alot to me
14321 Lark Meadows Dr
Venus, TX 76084
Anita white wrote:
This is Anita. I have been out the picture for awhile due to a stroke,
and just getting back. I am interested in obtaining this book, everybody is talking
about. I can help a little with the info the Georgia Crowleys, since I was there and got all the info I can. I now live
- 23. Re: [CROLEY] Congressional Record 
- jrolff wrote:
> Mensa #1006297
> Jim Rolff
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- 24. Re: [CROLEY] DAR & SAR 
- The Battle of Point Pleasant was a sanctioned campaign set in motion by
the then British government. It was 1.5 years before the Declaration of
Independence, and it had no relationship to the eminent revolution. It
was a "campaign" that was key in the settlement of the Northwest
Territories in the forks of the Ohio river. The issue was European
settlements, and tribal raids. As the earlier referenced website
indicated, the Battle would have occurred, whether or not the revolution
- 25. Re: [CROLEY] Benjamin Franklin Crowley 1822; 
- I'm descended from the William that's being mentioned
and I've got the siblings the same but it seems that
some of my dates are not matching up. Sigh! Can
someone give me the information on this book and how
to order it, cost, etc. Thanks!
Janet Crowley Dixon
--- email@example.com wrote:
> James and Diana:
> Great system; great response...
> Pardon my too-rapid reading or I might have
> discovered it without bothering you.
> Again, it's a marvelous compilation.
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