Person:Philip Crose (1)

Watchers
m. ABT 1749
  1. Philip Crose1757 - 1839
  2. Henry Croseabt 1762 - 1845
  3. Michael Crose1765 - 1819
  1. Solomon Crose1786 - 1846
  2. Barbara Ann Crose1787 - 1870
  3. James Crose1791 - 1871
  4. John Crose1792 - 1854
  5. Michael Croseabt 1798 - bef 1860
  6. Philip Croseabt 1803 - 1848
  7. Mary "Polly" Crose1805 - abt 1860
m. 23 April 1810
Facts and Events
Name Philip Crose
Gender Male
Birth[1][4] 1757 Hampshire, West Virginia, United States
Marriage 23 April 1810 Pickaway County, Ohioto Priscilla Becks
Death[1][3] 1839 Tippecanoe, Indiana, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Philip Crose, in Find A Grave.

    Birth: 1757
    Hampshire County
    West Virginia, USA
    Death: 1839
    Tippecanoe County
    Indiana, USA

    Philip Crose was born in Hampshire county, Virginia, 1757; served as private in Captain Daniel Richardson's company for six months, again the following year, 1781, for four months. He enlisted from Hampshire county, was in the battle of Guilford Court House. After the war was over,he removed to Indiana, where he applied for and received a pension. His last pension payment was send in Aug or Sept of 1839. The payment was returned to the Government. His burial location is not known at this time. June 2014 (bio by: Have Paws will travel !)

    Note: There is no known headstone for Crose in Indiana. At the present time, the Indiana SAR is willing to put in a stone for him. Details are being worked out. Indiana information says that Crose is a Revolutionary soldier buried there. N. Miller 6-14

    Burial:
    Unknown

  2.   Custer, Milo. Soldiers of the Revolution and the War of 1812 buried in McLean County, Illinois. (Bloomington, Illinois: Bloomington-Norman Genealogical Society, 1912), p. 2.

    CROSE, Philip, Sr. b...... County, Pennsylvania, (?) about 1753 [Military History probably in Pension Commissioners Office, Washington, D.C.] Served from about June 1, to Dec. 31, 1783. Settled at Randolphs Grove, McLean County, Ill. about 1837, d. Randolph Grove, July 4, 1848. Buried in Miller or Randolph Township Cemetery, Sec. 26, Randolph Township, McLean County, 111. (See Duis "Good Old Times" 1874 Page 720, and Box 11, Case 339, Estate Files, McLean County, Illinois. Information also from Mrs. Barbara Fisher, Greatgranddaughter, Randolph I11. 1912, Mrs. Sarah Crose, Saybrook, I11. and J. T. Martin, Heyworth, Ill.

    Wife, Priscilla (Becks) Crose, ch. Solomon Crose, Michael Crose, John Crose, Henry Crose, Philip Crose, Jr. William Crose, Barbara (Crose) Brock

  3. Phillip C. Crose, in Find A Grave.

    Birth: 1757
    Newport News City
    Virginia, USA
    Death: 1839
    Indiana, USA

    Born in Hampshire County, VA, now Grant County, West Virginia. Private in the Revolutionary War.

  4. Daughters of the American Revolution (Indiana); Estella Armstrong O'Byrne; and Margaret R. (Margaret Ruth) Waters. Roster of Soldiers and Patriots of the American Revolution Buried in Indiana. (Brookville, Indiana: Indiana Daughters of the American Revolution, 1938, 1966, 1980), p. 110.

    Tippecanoe County
    CROSE, PHILIP
    Born - 1757, Hampshire Co., Virginia.
    Service - Enlisted 1780, for 6 mos. as pri., in Capt. Daniel Richason’s Vir. CO. In battle of Guilford Court House. Enlisted again in same CO. July 20, 1781, and discharged Oct. 25, 1781.
    Proof - Pension claim S. 32193.
    Died - Last payment of pension made to pensioner, Sept., 1839.