NameRebecca P. Denton 88087,88046,88082,88083,88084,88088
Birth1760, NC88087,88088
Residence12 Dec 1786, Franklin County, NC88089
Census1830, Whitley County, KY88088
Census1850, Whitley County, KY88087
Census MemoDistrict 1, enumerated with son-in-law, William B. Creekmore
Birthaft 1750, Abingdon, Washington County, VA88086,88085
Birth Memobef 1760
Census1830, Whitley County, KY88085
p.14 Henry Porch was a Revolutionary Soldier having served as a Private. He enlisted for a term of one year in the month of August before the Battle of Guilford Court House in North Carolina by the troop commanded by Nathaniel Green. He enlisted in Lewisburg in the company commanded by Capt John Sharp, in the 2nd Regiment of the North line on the Continental establishment., near the close of his enlistment he was detached under Capt. John Bush to guard the Country from the excursions of the British near the sound-discharged by Capt. Bush at a place called the White house ten miles from Charleston in So., Carolina.. He stated the reason he had not filed for a pension sooner, was that he had always been able to maintain himself..
Henry Porch was granted a pension of $60.00 per annum, at five dollars a month. Descendants are eligible for membership in the DAR and SAR. Pension file # 9234.78216
Marriage12 Dec 1786, Franklin County, NC88090,88091
ChildrenWilliam (1791-1847)
 Ezekiel Abbot (1788-1862)
 Susan Denton (1795-1866)
Last Modified 6 Sep 2014Created 31 Jan 2017 using Reunion 11 by Chris Dunmore