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David Benge

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David Benge
David Benge, born about 1760 in Virginia and died in 1854 in Clay County, Kentucky. A Revolutionary War Soldier (North Carolina Militia) and a soldier in the War of 1812 (Kentucky). This photo was shared with the family by [contact link].
Date & Place: in Clay County, Kentucky United States
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From NARA Revolutionary War Pension Record #S.38530, & War of 1812:
David "King David" Benge,born August 1757, AlbemarleVa,died 1834 son of THOMAS BENGE, Jr & SUSANNAH LEWIS.Enlisted in Rev War & War of 1812.Married LUCRETIA PERRY. They had 11 children. contact submitter for much more info.
I descend from the "King" David Benge line.
My GTGtGrs were "Bear Creek" Jim Bowling & Martha/Patsy Benge from Bear Creek, Clay Co., Kentucky(this was on my mother's side).
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