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Subject: Re: [NCLENOIR] Fwd: re: Sarah Stroud, Daughter of Lutson ...
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 18:32:42 EDT
I am not related to these families but found this in "Duplin/Sampson, N.C.
Rev. Records" by Bizzell
STROUD, Lutson, Jr. Private, N.C. Militia
Lutson, Jr. was a soldier of Duplin co who served under Capt. Alexander
OUTLAW and Col. James KENAN. He was paid 2 pds, according to Col. Richard CASWELL'S
Journal "A" for 20 day of service.
REv. Army accts., Vol VI, Bk. 23, p. 105, #28 show a principal balance due
soldier of 7/13/6 pounds.
Soldier made his will on 22 Aug. 1798 and named wife, Hannah, & children:
1) Zilphia who married Abel CROOM, 2) Lewis 3)Selah 4)Winney, and 5) Isaac.
The will was probated at the Oct. 1798 term of Duplin Co Court.
STROUD, Lutson, Sr. Private, N.C. Militia
Soldier of Duplin Co who served under Capt. Alexander OUTLAW and Col. James
KENAN for 20 days in preparation for the Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. He was
paid 2 pds. according to Col. Richard CASWELL'S Journal "A" N.C. Rev. Army
Accts. Vol. VI, Bk. 23, p. 105, #31 show a principal due him of 1/6/6 pounds.
STROUD, William, Private, N.C. Continental LIne #R 10278
Soldier was born in Duplin Co., N.C. and was living there when he enlisted.
He stated that a brother served with him who was killed near Wilmington, N.C.
After the war he lived in Pendleton District, S.C. and in Barnwell District,
S.C. then moved to Miss. He applied for a pension on 2 Oct. 1832 at age 75, and
from Hinds Co., Miss. His pension appl. was rejected.
AT the taking of the special 1784/6 census for Duplin Co., William was listed
Capt. Whitehead's District as a free white male head of house with 1 white
male under 21 years, three white females of all ages and one slave.
Hope this helps.
To Spence Bullard: Are you related to any of the SPENCE lines in Duplin or
Lenoir Cos.? thanks.