Revolutionary War Soldiers

Buried in

 Perry Co., IL

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JOHN BANES was born in Virginia. He enlisted at Mecklenburg in 1779; five time for three months each and the sixth time for six months, with Captains Peter Bennett and George Ferringot, Colonel William Moore, ? Ramsey, Joseph Taylor, and Major Joel Lewis. He was in the battle of Camden. He removed to Sumner County, Tennessee, and from there to Perry County, Illinois, where he died September 2, 1840. He served in the North Carolina troops.

LEONARD LIPE was a native of South Carolina, where he served in the war. He was born about 1755. After the war he removed with his son to Illinois, settling in Perry County, Tamaroa township, where he died.

JOHN MURPHY was born in the north of Ireland. Coming to America, he entered the war of the American Revolution and was in the battle of King's Mountain. Soon after the war he removed to Tennessee, and in 1818 came to Illinois, settling near Lost Prairie, Perry County, where he died. Murphysboro, Jackson County, is named in his honor.


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