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Moses Husted

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Birth  15 May 1748  Dutchess Junction, Dutchess County, New York  [1
Sex  Male 
Died  1838  Taylor County, West Virginia 
Person ID  I0071  Default Tree 
Last Modified  08 Oct 2007 
Father  John Husted, b. 23 Nov 1731, Greenwich, Connecticut 
Mother  Ann 
Group Sheet  F0811  Default Tree 
Family 1  Mary Sarah Goodwin, b. 1752, new york 
Married  Abt 1770  Harrison County, West Virginia 
 1. Nancy Mary Husted, b. 1772, Monongalia County, West Virginia
 2. Rachel Husted, b. Abt 1773, Monongalia County, West Virginia
 3. James Husted, b. 22 Sep 1780, Monongalia County, West Virginia
 4. Tabitha Hustead, b. Abt 1788
Group Sheet  F0778  Default Tree 
Family 2  Margaret Davis, b. Abt 1773, Virginia 
Married  28 Feb 1791  Harrison County, West Virgina  [2
 1. John Husted, b. 15 Aug 1792, Pruntytown, Harrison County, Virginia
 2. Jane Husted, b. 6 Apr 1793, Harrison County, West Virginia
Group Sheet  F0789  Default Tree 
  • Moses Husted received a pension for service as a private and spy under Captains Robinson and Thomas in the Virginia troops.

    From Sons of the Revolution of the State of West Virginia, Bulletin No. 8, July 1, 1941:

    Moses Hustead was born in Dutchess County, NY, June 29, 1749; was a citizen of Virginia, and died in Harrison County, in 1836.
    Moses Hustead during the summers of 1778 and 1779 was in service under Captain William Robinson, who was stationed at Bowers Fort, on Simpsons Creek.
    In 1779 a fort was erected on Booths Creek, nearer his home and during the summer of 1780 he served as scout and Indian spy under Captain Thomas, of Booths Creek Fort. Moses Hustead was pensioned in 1833, which was discontinued in 1835, because it was held that under the act of 1832 pensions were only allowed to soldiers who had rendered six months continuous service under a commissioned officer in an organized corps. DAR National No. 67196.
Sources  1. [S03231]   Daughters of the American Revolution, DAR, (Vol. 150, pg. 93)
2. [S03209]   Harrison County Marriages 1784-1800
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