Greetings Jim.George Linam, b. 1745/6 in Del. (probably New Castle or just across the line in Md.) is also my 5G-grandfather.You mention you thought he was a Quaker.He may have started out that way, I don't know, but his oldest son, John Hodges Linam was a Methodist.George Linam died in 1815 and his family took over his plantation.Charles, his younger son, also died and Charles wife is mentioned in George's will, along with John Hodges Linam.John H. Linam moved in 1823 to Lawrence Co. Alabama and stayed for less than one year, moving just north of the state line and settling in Lawrence Co., Tn.His plantation house is still standing, although it's no,longer owned by a family member.It is on Hwy. 15 about six miles west of present day Lawrenceburg, Tn., on Crowson's Creek.John Linam helped to found the Mount Pleasant Methodist Church and was a devout churchgoer.He and his slaves planted many trees lining the road to the church.Surviving letters indicate that he must have been superstitious because he planted them at midnight by a full moon.Back to George: He received a land warrant (I am told) for about 900 acres as a result of his service in the Revolution.He was a Lt. in Brandon's Brigade.He also served on Grand Juries in the district in the 1790's.I am still collecting info on him and would like to share any you may have.Do you know if anyone is attempting to join the Sons of the American Revolution through George?I look forward to hearing from you.Best regards. Doug Brooks.