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From: Thomas Hamm <>
Subject: Re: War of 1812
Date: Wed, 9 Jun 1999 11:09:40 -0500 (EST)
>I show my 3rd ggrandfather, John SIVAGE (1794-1836), as having served in the
>War of 1812 (probably in NC). He and his wife, Anna MORSE (b. ca. 1796) had
>four children "near Elizabeth City": Isaiah R. SIVAGE b. 1826 md. in IN to:
>1)HODSON 2)HADLEY 3)LINDLEY; Armsted SIVAGE b. ca. 1828 md HENSON in IL;
>John SIVAGE b. 1834 md HADLEY; Lauretta SIVAGE b. ca. 1830 md. ARCHER in IN.
>Now, as far as I know, this entire family were Quaker. So, would there be
>any records of John SIVAGE serving in the war of 1812?
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If he was a Friend who served in the War of 1812, he'd have violated the
Discipline of Friends. Either he would have apologized for it ("condemned
his misconduct") or he would have lost his membership by being disowned.