Revolutionary War Bounty Land Warrants - Elisha King
From the National Archives
Publication Number: M804
Publication Title: Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files
Short Description: NARA M804. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files.
Veteran Surname Starts With: K
Veteran Surname: King
Veteran Given Name: Elisha
Pensioner Surname: [BLANK]
Pensioner Given Name: [BLANK]
Pension Number: B. L. Wt. 324-200
King, Elisha Bounty Land Warrant 324-200
issued Feb. 14, 1807
Delivered to L. Goodwyn (see below)
Elisha King,. Lt.
7 March 1806
Elisha King, a Lieutenant in the late Virginia Line makes application through me for his military……for his service, you will find that he served to the end of the war.
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[Goodwyn may be subsequently related to Elisha King by marriage of his daughter, Martha. Elisha and his wife Judith are said to have had three children: John W. (b.11Sep1879), Joseph G. (b.9Apr1802), and Martha T. (b.30Mar1807). The latter, Martha, is said to have married (in 1825) an Albert Thweatt Goodwyn (b.1800) and produced two children, George Whitney Goodwyn and John Peterson Goodwyn.]