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William Walling Sr. - Revolutionary War History

Revolutionary War - "William Walling, while living in Richland District, SC, enlisted in 1777 or 1778 and served at various times during the Revolution, accounting to 7 months and 20 days in all, as Private and Sergeant, with the South Carolina Troops under Lte. Timothy Reaven, Joel Adams, David McCord, James Labney, Capt John Cook, Cols Robert Goodwin and Thomas Taylor.  He was in the Battle of Stone Ferry. For his services, he was granted pension #22450 and his pension was continued to his widow, Lydia Walling, after his death.  His name is listed on the monument honoring Revolutionary soldiers who lived in Madison County, Alabama after the Revolutionary War, which is listed at the old court house in Huntsville."


National Society, Sons of the American Revolution, Alabama Chapter application, completed 1965 by Oths Bernon Wilson

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