1. Stephen FLUHARTY
from Henry's Haymond's book:
History of Harrison County, West Virginia
Parsons, W. Va.: McClain Print. Co., 1973.
(p. 147) When pensions were granted by Congress in 1818, to the soldiers of the Revolution, they were required to prove their service and identify themselves before the County Courts of their respective counties. From these petitions on file in the County Clerk's Office of Harrison County the following interesting and valuable information is obtained:
(p. 149) Stephen Fluharty aged 74. In 1775 enlisted for the term during the war, 1st Maryland Regiment, Col. Smallwood Capt. George Stricker's Company Maryland line. Served until close of war. Discharged at Annapolis in 1782. Battle of Long Island, White Plains, Trenton, Princeton, Germantown, Monmouth, Camden, Guilford, Eutaw Springs, Cowpens and Siege of '96.
Marriage Notes for Stephen FLUHARTY and Elizabeth RANDEL
MARRIAGE: Stephen & Elizabeth were married at First German Evangelical Reformed Church in Frederick, Frederick Co., Maryland.
5. Daniel FLUHARTY
BURIAL: Daniel is interred at the Michael Eddy Cemetery.