Service,Virginia, 13,411No. S. 39529
Name of Person: Fleeharty, Stephen.
Date and place of birth: 74 in 1820.
Service Record: Private 8 years
Name of Officers: Col. Smallwood
Company: Capt Stricker
Regiment: 1st Md Regt
Battles or Campaigns: Long Island, White Plains, Trenton, Princeton,
Germantown, Monmouth, Camden, Guilford, Eutaw Spring, Cowpens, and Siege of 90.
Resident at time of enlistment: Maryland
Date of Enlistment: 1775-1782
Resident before the Revolution: Maryland
Date of Application for Pension and Residence at that time: 20 Jul 1818,
Harrison County, Va.
Date of Death: 28 Jan 1825 (Act. 18 Mar 1818)
Certificate issued 7 Jul 1819, No. 13411 Virginia.
Revolutionary War Pension Records Copied in Pension Office, Washington, By
W.P.A. Workers Under Direction of Commission on Historic and Scenic Markers.
Vol II.Archieves and History Library, Charleston, WV.
Stephen Fluharty enlisted in the year 1775, in the State of Maryland in the
Company commanded by Captain George Stricker, of the First Maryland Regiment,
commanded by Colonel Smallwood, for the term of the war.That he continued to
serve in said corps, or in the service of the United States until the close of
the war, when he was discharged from the service at Annapolis, in the State of
Maryland, in the year 1782.That he was at the battles of Long Island, White
Plains, Trenton, Princetown, Germantown, Monmouth, Camden, Guilford, Eutaw
Springs, Cowpens, and at the Seige of 96.
Stephen Fluharty, aged 74 years, resident of Harrison County, Virginia
declares that he served in the Revolutionary War as Follows:That he enlisted
in the year 1775 in the First Maryland Regiment, commanded by Colonel
Smallwood, in Captain George Strickers Company, Maryland Line.His original
declaration was dated 20 July 1818, the number of his pension certificate is
I am by occupation a farmer, but from infirmaties am unable to work.I
have no family.