The only thing I have is from Belmont County, Ohio before 1830 (Federchak & Ochsenbein): Revolutionary War Affidavits from Journal D, page 136: Sept. 27, 1822 THOMAS WEEDEN, aged 65, who being first duly sworn according to law . . . makes an affidavit in order to obtain a pension. He enlisted for the term of 18 months sometime in January, 1777 in the State of Georgia in the company commanded by Capt. John Jarrat, in the 3rd Continental Battalion commanded by Col., James Scribing under the title of the Continental Georgia Troops, that he served then well and faithfully until August, 1778 when he was discharged from said service in the town of Savannah, Ga. The discharge was signed by Col. James Scribing, and lost by time and accident. During the said 18 months tour, the said Thomas Weeden served as a mariner on board the frigate Washington commanded by Capt Wm. Wingate.