...CONTINUED ... George F. R. Albertson was the ggrandson of Richard Albertson who served in the Rev. War as a "private, teamster in Col. Pawling's Regt. at Fort Montgomery from 5/1777 - 1780, he was b. in Southampton, Long Island, NY in 1751; lived in Newburgh, NY, until his death."Newburgh is on Route 84, south of NY City, 20 miles above the PA line and about the same from NJ. He applied for his pension in 1834 at the age of 82.A pension deposition was made on July 2, 1833 by John Brown, Clergyman of Newburgh.This could be the same radical abolitionist John Brown of Harper's Ferry notoriety which sparked the Civil War. Question:WHERE ARE GEORGE F. R.'s GENEALOGY RECORDS ? THE SAME WITH THOSE OF CHARLES L. ALBERTSON.