Beneath the green, red, and orange canopy of leaves shrouding the hills that straddled the Hudson River, a different sort of transformation was taking place. Now, on September 19,the first of two fateful battles—bound to alter the course of the American Revolution—had begun. The fiery Connecticut native held command of the American left wing, which Burgoyne had attacked that morning.
He was 62 years old. He was a "wanted" person by the Americans for his Revolutionary, Fallen Timbers, Frenchtown and other activities. He had young children, Suzanna was not well and died in His was the only Amherstburg property houses, barns, fences, orchards, etc.
At 64 years old he had to restart and rebuild. He died in at 72 and was buried beside his wife in the Bathurst Street, Roman Catholic Church cemetery over which homes are built. To my knowledge, the United Empire Loyalist literature does not mention that Bartholomew Carley was married twice, but there is excellent documentation of the first wife.
Her name may have been Emma Stevenson, but we have only circumstantial evidence for that, and have been unable to find documentation to support that possibility. The earliest document is the "Return of Refugee Loyalists and their families receiving provisions at Sorel, Quebec, and the Blockhouse on the Yamaska River", dated 25th December, The first wife must have died afterward, because Bartholomew Carley married Anne Thomson on the 29th of March, Sarah Carley is listed with the second family in the early census of Elizabethtown in The most defining document is the petition of Sarah Johns on the 7th of January,for her allotment of land as the daughter of a Loyalist.
That document is attested to by Col.
James Breakenridge who states that she is qualified because she is wife to David Johns Sarah was 20 at that timeand daughter to Bartholomew Carley, esq.
See copy of that petition PDF. My UE designation is from my great, great, great grandfather Lt. Solomon Johns, but I am also a 3rd great granddaughter of Bartholomew Carley. By he had moved to Fort Edward, Charlotte County, New York, where he farmed on a lease of acres transferred to him by his grandfather.
He was employed by the British Secret Services to carry despatches during the revolution, and made many dangerous trips across upper New York state.
Edward, and carried them to a Mr. In Bartholomew Carley traveled to Canada by way of St.
He was captured at Elizabethtown along with others in Februarybut was later exchanged for American prisoners. He was a Commissioner of the Peace for 27 years.
A member of the Presbyterian Church, he was given special thanks in for his services as a Churchwarden during 15 successive years. He had been named an Associate Judge in the Assize Commission. The Court adjourned to attend his funeral in The Rhode Island Maccoones dropped the "Mac" about Nathan has the only documented son Abraham in the time period.
How ironic that they were tasked with capturing the "disaffected" that Abraham would later become. In Augustwhen Francis Pfister of nearby Hoosick recruited about local men to support the approaching General Burgoyne, it appears that Abraham was among the recruits.
Colonel Pfister was killed in action and his recruits were transferred to Samuel Mackay.
Abraham was taken prisoner according to the Samuel Mackay October militia roster for Loyal Volunteers, possibly at Bennington, Vermont. In andhe was in hospital per rosters by Capt Robert Leake and Col. He received the UEL designation on the supplemental list.The Separate Baptist Movement – The Story Of The Early Beginnings Of The Fairforest Baptist Church In Union District FIRST BAPTIST .
Battles of Saratoga; Part of the American Revolutionary War Saratoga campaign: Surrender of General Burgoyne by John Trumbull, Depicted at center are General John Burgoyne surrendering to General Horatio Gates, who refused to take his sword. The painting hangs in the United States Capitol Rotunda.
John Askin and grandson George Hamilton. John Askin was the son of James Askin & Alice Rae born in Northern Ireland. John came to New York in , becoming a sutler of the British Army stationed at Albany.
About he moved to Michilimackinac and established a store, providing goods to the community & the British Army stationed there. GARRET ABEL, RWPA #SHe was born on March 15, He was noted to be a merchant in the Coxsackie District of Albany County, New York in He served as a private under Captain William Snider of Colonel Anthony Van Bergen's Regiment.
BENJAMIN ACKER, RWPA #SHe was born in the Manor of Philips (now called Mount Pleasant) in Westchester County, New York on August 12 th, He served as a private in Colonel Undy Hayes’ Quartermasters’ Department in and John Askin and grandson George Hamilton.
John Askin was the son of James Askin & Alice Rae born in Northern Ireland. John came to New York in , becoming a sutler of the British Army stationed at Albany. About he moved to Michilimackinac and established a store, providing goods to the community & the British Army stationed there.