Burial: Probably buried on his farm in Springfield Twsp, Franklin Co., IN.
Service: Name appears on the rol of the Militia belonging to Capt George MAIR'S Co., Washing Co., Pennsylvania.
Proof: Penn Archives, Sixth Series, Vol 2, page 168, 246
Married: Margaret _________
Children: Named in Soldiers will and other court records (1811-1820)
Martin: married Elizabeth ____
John George (Called George) married C(K)atherine______________
John: Died 1815
Jonathan: married Mary (Polly) ____ died 1847
David: died 181-1820
Margaret: married about 1804 Andrew MOORE
Sarah: married Jacob HIDAY (HIDY)
Catherine: married Mar 5, 1822 Samuel PATTERSON
Barbara: married 1804-1813 (1st) ____WEBER (2nd) 1813-20 Daniel NOBLE
Information was collected by Mrs Harry S Shanklin, Crawfordville, IN and Mrs Roger Smith, Brookville, Indiana
There was always some controversy that I heard (hearsay) that the George Fruits
in Bunker Hill Cemetery is the son of George Fruit.
Can anyone help on this on the other link is:
The one thing that caught my attention besides the names was that a lady from
Crawfordville, In (near Bunker Hill Cemetery) and a lady over at Brookeville, IN
ANYONE WITH INFORMATION ON THIS PATRIOT
I'D APPRECIATE HEARING FROM YOU.Stephen D Franklin
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