Person:Thomas Stevenson (32)

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Lt. Thomas Stevenson
m. Abt. 1725-30
  1. James StephensonAbt 1730 - 1809
  2. Lt. Thomas Stevenson1732 - 1782
  3. John Stephenson, Jr.est 1735-1745 - 1802
  4. William Stevenson1738 - 1808
  5. Robert Stevenson1741 - 1791
  6. Maj. Samuel Stevenson1743/44 - 1825
Facts and Events
Name Lt. Thomas Stevenson
Gender Male
Birth? 1732 Poss. Virginia
Death? 19 Augustt 1782 Killed in Battle of Blue Licks, Kentucky County, Virginia
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Records of on Thomas Stevenson

Thomas Stevenson's name is listed on the Monument of soldiers who were in the Battle of Blue Licks in (then) Kentucky County, Virginia.


Payroll of Lt. Thomas Stevensons Detachment of Horsemen Rangers ordered on duty by Colo. Jno Todd July 20th 1782.

I do certify that the above Service was performed by order of Colo. John Todd and that the above Thomas Stevenson and John Todd being both killed at the blue Licks before this Payroll was properly certified obliges me to certify the above as I was acquainted with the circumstances.
[signed] Levi Todd, Col F.C.
Lexington, Fayette County
March 22th 1783.

Source: Virginia Archives