Revolutionary War, JUDY, John
Saturday, March 6, 2010 at 7:38PM
Jo Giessner

John Judy, direct line, 4th great grandfather, born 2 February 1759 in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania served with the Pennsylvania troops from his residence in Berks County, Pennsylvania as follows:

In the Fall of 1777 - two months in Captain Jacob Shartel's Company in Colonel Balser Gheer's Regiment.

In the Fall of 1778, two months in Captain Francis Umpenhacker's Company in Colonel Balser Gheer's Regiment.

In the Fall of 1779, two months in Colonel Lindemuth's Regiment.

In the Fall of 1780, two months in Colonel Lindemuth's Regiment.

In the Fall of 1781, two months in Captain Henry Krause's Company, in Colonel Lindemuth's Regiment.

John Judy was allowed pension on his application executed 19 September 1832, then a resident of Pickaway County, Ohio.

John Judy died on 20 May 1834 in Salt Creek, Pickaway, Ohio and is buried in the Stempf (or Jerusalem) Cemetery five miles south of Tarlton, Pickaway, Ohio.

"At least four soldiers of the American Revolution are buried here, as are also their wives:  John Judy and his wife Abaliza..."

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