Orderly Sgt. James T. Lanman Revolutionary War

Revolutionary War Lineage of

Sergeant James T. Lanman

1752-1844


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James Lanman served in the American Revolutionary War twice. First he enlisted in July 1776 as an Orderly Sergeant from Charleston, SC in the First Regiment of Rifle, SC Line. He enlisted again in 1781 and served as an Orderly Sergeant from Hillsborough, Orange County, NC under Colonels Youghen and William Henderson. He died in Perry County, IN.

 

Descending Generations

I.   Sgt. James Taylor Lanman & Cythe Blake Sommers

II.  Elizabeth Lanman & Ephraim Cummins

III. Elizabeth "Betsey" Cummins & Seward Sumner

IV.  Ephraim Cummins Sumner & Mary Dotson

V.   Eliza Olive Sumner & Francis Marion Smith

VI.  Lottie Viola Smith & George Riley Ross

VII. Neva Viola Ross & James Clark Sherman

 

These families are included in the book, Silent Windmills: Ancestry of Neva Viola Ross. You can Order your Copy of Silent Windmills: Ancestry of Neva Viola Ross  here.

 

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