The Revolution in Tennessee, from Pension Applications

No. 2, Abraham Cross, S 1 900.

State of Tennessee   }
Sullivan County        } August Session 1832

On this 22nd day of August personally appeared in open court before the Justices of the court of pleas & now Sitting Abraham Cross a resident of the State & County aforesaid, aged eighty years, who being Duly sworn according to law Doth on his oath make the following Statement in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress passed 7th June 1832.

That he served six months in the service of North Carolina from Washington County know Sullivan as a drafted militia man under Capt. Hicks, that he was During said six months partly stationed at the fort at Shoats ford and on scouting parties and some times as an Indian Spy against the Indian allies to the British, and if I ever Recd any discharge dong Recollect it other than Verbally which service was performed in the year 1777.

(Note: I, April Grant, copied this with the incorrect capitalization and spelling as it was written.)

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