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Revolutionary War Soldiers
John Mulberry was born about 1755. He died 14 Apr 1838, Scott County, Indiana. He married 22 Aug 1792 Mrs. Elizabeth Spillers, the widow of Philip Spillers. Children: Fanny born about 1794 married a Drain; Cela born about 1797; Mary born about 1800 married Francis Hopkins. Source Page 74, Roster of Soldiers and Patriots of the American Revolution Buried in Indiana, 1966.
John Mulberry's Pension Record
Bath County, 17 June 1818, John Mulberry, makes oath, that he served about 4 years. Enlisted in Capt. Wm Talliaferria's Company, 2nd Va regiment, and served 2 years then enlisted for 3 years under Capt Walter Bowls, that he was sent as a soldier to a factory called Hunter's factory, where muskets and arms were made and there for his full 3 years after being discharged he stayed at the factory 10 or 12 years.
First enlistment in Sept 1775 at Stafford County, Va.
Capt. Nathaniel Bolls, testifies to his personal knowledge of 12 months service of John Mulberry. He has heard and believes he enlisted for the 3 years service but does not have personal knowledge of that.
Oct. 24, 1820. John Mulberry aged 65, makes schedule of his property which is valued at $190.50. He has a wife and 3 daughters, all of whom are living with him, except one who is married, viz; Fanny about 26, Cela about 23, and Mary abouit 20 years of age.
John Mulberry, aged 81, makes affidavit 14 July 1834, and Francis Hopkins, son-in-law, of said Mulberry witnesses it.
March 23rd 1837, John Mulberry applies for transfer to Scott County, Indiana, giving reason, having become very aged and inform, as also his wife. They found it necessary to put themselves under the care and protection of Thomas Spiller, Esquire of said company, who is the son of this affiant's wife, who has kindly offered and undertaken to discharge the duties of a son toward them.
Scott County, Indiana. In Probate Court, August 12, 1850 Wm. H. English, makes oath, that John Mulberry was married to Elizabeth Spillers, Aug. 22, 1792. In Scott Co., Kentucky. That said John Mulberry died April 14, 1838, in Scott County, Indiana, that said Elizabeth Mulberry died November 25, 1842, leaving the following children by said John Mulberry:
Fanny Drain, formerly Fanny Mulberry
Mary Hopkins, formerly Mary Mulberry
That letters of admin. were granted to said Wm. H. English. Lawrence County, Illinois. September 20th, 1850. Thomas Spillers, made oath, that he was the son of Elizabeth Mulberry by her first husband; that he was personally knowing of the mariage of his mother to John Mulberry, the preacher who performed the ceremony was Craig of the baptist denomination, that John Mulberry died at the house of this affiant April 14th 1838, in Scott County, Indiana. That Elizabeth Mulberry remained a widow and died at the house of the affiant, November 15th 1842, in Scott County, Indiana, leaving two children by said John Mulberry, viz, Fanny (Mulberry) Drain, and Mary (Mulberry) Hopkins. The living children of the said Elizabeth by Phillip Spiller, her first husband, is Thomas Spiller, aforesaid.
Letter from Clerk of County Court. Scott County, Kentucky of 15th July 1851, saying in August 1837, a fire destroyed the marriage records of the county. Covering packet; 9112. Kentucky.
John Mulberry, private, Virginia line. 1 year. Inscribed on Kentucky roll, at $8. per month to begin 17th June 1818, Certif. of pens. issued April 9th 1819.
Elizabeth Mulberry, widow of John. Ind. ? 11, ____
Inscribed on roll at $40. per year to begin 14th April 1838.
Certif. of pens. issued 4th November 1851.
SOURCE: Bath County, Kentucky Pension Records
Scott County, KYGenWeb