Comments #2

Found these pension records at the library   John  Granger apparently didn't apply for a pension which may explain why his application for bounty land in 1851 was rejected.


WAR OF 1812 PENSIONERS
by Virgil D. White
Vol. 2
p.852
GRANGER, CHESTER , ELIZABETH (GREEEN)
WC 9162
m.12 Aug 1810 Washington Co., NY
soldier died 19 Oct 1869 Greenwich, NY
served as PVT in F. Haskin's Co. NY MIL
lived Warren Co., NY
widow lived Washington Co., NY 1871 and Fort Miller, NY 1878
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WAR OF 1812 PENSIONERS
by Virgil D. White
Vol. 2
p.852
GRANGER, LESTER
SC 23370
soldier died about 1882
served Captain Franklin Haskin's C. NY MIL
lived Cattaraugus and Allegany Cos., NY
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WAR OF 1812 PENSIONERS
by Virgil D. White
Vol. 2
p. 852
GRANGER, MARTIN
SO34422
served Capt. Franklin Haskin's Co. NY MIL
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Also found one for their father, John Martin for his service in the Revolution.

THE PENSION ROLL OF 1835
Vol. 2
p.346
GRANGER, JOHN
PVT
annual allowance 96.00
sums rec'd.  886.39
service  CT LINE
when placed on pension roll  13 Dec. 1824
Commencement of pension   11 June 1824
age   74


The Balloting Book shows that John Granger, Sixth Co., Second Reg't. led by Capt. Theodosius Fowler, was awarded 600 acres (Lot 92) in the Township of Hector, NY in the Military Tract.





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