Person:Samuel Newell (4)

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Samuel B. Newell, Jr.
d.21 SEP 1841 near Gosport, Indiana
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Name Samuel B. Newell, Jr.
Gender Male
Birth[1] 4 NOV 1754 Frederick County, Virginia
Census[1] APR 1776 Enlisted in Captain John Shelby's Company, Washington County, Virginia
Military[4] 1780 Fought in the Battle of King Mountain in Washington County, Virginia
Marriage 30 SEP 1782 Augusta County, virginiato Jane Montgomery
Death[1][2] 21 SEP 1841 near Gosport, Indiana
Census[3] family genealogy listed in "John and Esther Houston Montgomery"
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 John and Esther Houston Montgomery, 1719-1973, compiled by Beulah Henry Anderson, et al., pub. 1974, by Brazos Printing Co., Maryville, Tennessee, p. 49.
  2. Meehan, Patrick - e-mail: meehan@@localaccess.com.
  3. John and Esther Houston Montgomery, 1719-1973, compiled by Beulah Henry Anderson, et al., pub. 1974, by Brazos Printing Co., Maryville, Tennessee, p 51.
  4. Katherine Keogh White. The King's Mountain Men, The Story of the Battle, with Sketches of the Amercian Soldiers who took part, by Katherine Keogh White. (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, 1985), p. 212.

    Samuel Newall, Jr., was sent in 1776 by the commandant at Fort Patrick Henry to bring the Raven, the Indian chief at Choto. In 1778 he was on scout duty with Captain Dysart in the Powell and Clinch valleys. At King's Mountain he was on expedition against the cherokee's. He settled in Sevier County.