His name is listed separately coming out of data on Somerset County, Pa. records...in the same military records. Why would they list an "dead" person if he died as an child? Wrong John Davis, to be this one? Which goes back to my thinking that the John Davis listed with William E. Larkins is the same, or an son of the one of Pittsylvania Co., Va. with the Rev. War report. In my bio's information it says of Samuel that he only had one son, that went to the area of Augusta/Rickingham Co., Va that married Elizabeth Boyd. I have an history book of Rockingham that says that Elijah "Darthin" or Larkin earier married Sarah Boyd.
First time I pick up the Collins family lived near Jereimiah and Sarah Larkins, I think is in an entry of the Grave Creek Ambush in (1777) Wheeling, West Va.,only with an man named "Harkness", that might of been Elijah Larkin I thought...maybe ti was Lockhart also.. the leader of this milita was named Capt W. Foreman, and he has a lot of linages with surname "Foreman" around in Ky. 1800 Census papers that I wondered if it was Elijah's name later on. "Old man Boone" in the Cherokee applications was probably named after Elijah Larkin..and I pick up both Elijah Martin and William Martin as "twin brother's" in New Jersey of kin to Col. James Martin. I often wonder if this area wasn't where "Fort Chenoweth" was built later on also. It apparently didn't survive as an Fort back then, and I am subject to wonder if it's the place all my 1788 people died at. It would of been on close to the Ohio River most likely. Most likely built after this Massacre took place, cause the following years they really go at it "military style" with the Indians in the area. As I said, such an bloody era to everyone's history on all sides.