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James Ewell Brown "Jeb" Stuart (February 6, – ) was a United States Army officer from Virginia who became a Confederate States Army general during the American Civil was Born: February 6, , Patrick County, Virginia, U.S. Claim that John was a member of the "Green Mountain Boys" is substantiated by a muster-roll reprinted in the book "New York in the Revolution as colony and state." Vol. 1. Albany, N.Y.: J.B. Lyon, which lists a John Stewart as a member (pg. 62). Another John Stewart . Books by John Stewart. An Athletic Director's Story and the Future of College Sports in America. Author: Robert E. Mulcahy, John Samerjan (Foreword), Robert Stewart (Contributor) Hardcover Feb . (Private letters of The Stewart family of Middlebury, Vermont. Selected and edited by John E. Stewart, Sheldon Museum, Middlebury, Vt.) The following is the text of John Stewart's pension record .
The Christian in Life and in Death: A Sermon, Preached in Dunkeswell Church, on Sunday, Janu , by the Rev. John Blackmore, A. M. (Rector of Widow of Author: John Blackmore. This biography was submitted by Sandy Spradling, E-mail address: History of Greenbrier County J.R. Cole Lewisburg, WV p. JOHN STUART David Stuart (the father of Col. John . Charles Stewart married ca /, either in Patrick Co, VA or Surry Co, NC. I believe his wife was named Elizabeth (maiden name unknown), but I'm not positive that Elizabeth was his wife. I've found no records with her name on, associating her with Charles, until she was listed as head of household on the census, an apparent widow. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Pretty Funny .
Samuel Stewart: (ca. /11 - /70) from The Maiden Family of Virginia and Allied Families by Sarah Finch Maiden Rollins "Samuel Stewart, John's father, was the oldest son of David Stewart, . STEWART, JOHN, army officer, politician, office holder, and author; b.c. in Kintyre, Scotland, eldest son of Peter Stewart* and Helen MacKinnon; m. first 24 April Hannah Turner in Charlottetown; m. secondly 29 May Mary Ann James in St John’s; m. thirdly 17 June Mary Rain; father of two sons and two daughters; d. 22 June at his estate, Mount Stewart, P.E.I. Full text of "Battle of Nashville, Tenn" See other formats Its'/ LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 5 -* HoUinger pH Mill Run F / BATTLE OF NASHVILLE, TENN. John Stewart, Jr., died September 4, General Daniel Stewart, son of John Stewart and Susan- nah, grandson of John Stewart, Sr. and Jerusha, and great- grandson of John and Hannah Stewart, .