Follow this link to the download historical file with short BIOs for Patriots with family connections to Hamilton County.
Link to the member form for submission and request of the Grave Marking Medal of the society
The grave marking ceremony is open to the public. Please submit you Hold Harmless agreement (below) prior to entering the property. Everyone needs to bring a face covering.
The land owner is requesting everyone entering his property to participate in the ceremony agree to the Hold Harmless Agreement and return to the John Sevier Chapter a signed Addendum prior to the ceremony.
A series of directional slides prepared for the May work day are available at the link for downloads. We will meet at the Rally point at 1000 US Eastern Time, convoy to the parking area, gather and walk to the grave site. NO FACILITIES are on site nor near by.
The document provided is a visual chart ISO the ceremony providing a brief overview of the Patriot's Service.
The Patriot's ceremony BIO was prepared from the Patriot's pension statement, historical event records and pension statements of his noted leaders. It is our best interpretation of the known records.
John Sevier Chapter retires the old flag of the marked Patriot's grave with a new flag in a short ceremony on a historical significant day for the Patriot (open to the public / coordinate with the John Sevier Webmaster)
Honoring Thomas Palmer's service during the Morristown Encampment and William Moore's service during the Shelby Chickamauga Expedition 1779 & Sale at Sale Creek
Honoring Benjamin Jones' service during the Battle of Monmouth 1778
Honoring Robert Patterson's service during the Battle of Camden 1780
Honoring James Davis' service during the Battle of Eutaw Springs 1781
Honoring James Cozby's service during the Battle of Kings Mountain 1780
Patriots with identified grave sites that we are developing plans for future SAR Grave Marking Ceremonies.
John Sevier Chapter is working in coordination with the families to honor our lost Compatriots
Likely to be honored at the Sylar Cemetery
Likely joined ceremony with John Echerd
Likely a Fall 21 ceremony
Ceremony is in final planning stage
Please share any information on these Patriots with the John Sevier Webmaster
A padded mailer and postage is included for all orders within CONUS.
All funds raised by the sale of our challenge coin will directly support SAR ceremonies honoring American Revolutionary War Patriots buried in our service area and our educational programs.
Pvt James Gowdy - PA P-168684 and A-046751
Capt. Abraham Stout - NJ P-299020 and A-110663
Capt. Isaac Thayer - MA P-303399 and A-113978
Scout, CPL Jacob Persinger - VA P-268993 and A-089554
Capt. John Boswell Johnson - VA P-225303 and A-063418
Capt. (Navy) Moses Lippitt - RI P-237069 and A-069669
Capt. James Deering - VA P-146375 and A-031289
Ancestor Patriot being researched
Sgt. Joseph Johnston - VA P-227775 and A-064024
Pvt. John Wilhoite - VA P-320114 and A-125470
Maj. David Starr, Jr. - CT P-296294 and A-109094
Capt. Isaac Ross - SC P-282042 and A-098428
Informational files in support of Grave Marking ceremonies honoring our Patriots!