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Jonathan Gore
± 1735-1804
Sarah "Sally"
± 1755-????

Jonathan Gore
± 1760-1781

Notes par Jonathan Gore KIA RW

From the Book "Revolutionary War Records of Duplin-Sampson Counties." By Virginia and Oscar Bizzell c1997.
John Gore and Jonathon Gore served in the NC Militia
Is this for Jonathan Jr. or Sr.?

1790 U.S. Census Search Results:

James Gore
State: NC Year: 1790
County: Brunswick Image: 0363
Township: Unknown Township Roll: M637

1 wm over 16
1 wm under 16
Free white females: 2
All other free persons:
This could mean, husband, wife,
one son b. betw. 1774 and 1790
Father born before 1774.

Between John Lay and Mary Ellis

1800 CENSUS Brunswick Co., NC
Pg 19 5 dwellings away from Phillip Faulk
James Gore

4 m under 10
1 m 10-26
1m 26-45
1 f under 10
2 f 10-16
1 f 26-45

This could mean husband and wife
4 sons b. betw. 1790 and 1800
1 son b. betw. 1784 and 1790
1 m b. betw, 1755 and 1774
1 f b. betw 1790 and 1800
2 f b. betw. 1784 and 1790
2 f b. betw. 1755 and 1774
This could mean
Husband & wife
5 sons and 4 daughters

No records found in the 1810 Brunwick County census

1810 Columbus Co., census Pg 7
J. Goar (per Susan this is James)
1 m 10 - 16
3 m 16-26
1 f 10-16
1 f 25-45
There seems a hoh missing and also a wife.
Is this record for our James?
If it is he must have died between 1800 and 1810 as well as his wife, unless the listing for his wife is wrong.
Per information from Nula Tingleff and Susan FormyDuval Thomas who seem to think that Jonathon is the son of Jonathan Sr, because the Jonathons of Sr.'s brothers survived.

Nula Tingleff says Jonathan Jr. died during the Rev. War.

John Fowler, who moved in 1837 to Alabama received a letter from Columbus Co., NC stating that his friend Johnathon Gore had died. Johnathon was needed to sign an affidavit that he had served with John Fowler in the Rev. War and be a witness that he had in fact moved to Alabama in 1837 from NC with his son-in-law. John Fowler received his pension in 1844 some four months prior to his death at age 104.
This does not seem to apply to this Jonathan Gore.

Information from Gary Long ((XXXXX@XXXX.XXX))

A Regiment Of South Carolina Continental Corps Of Artillery. This document is in the rare book room, University Library, Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Virginia. It is listed as Orderly Book 1764, Reid Family Collection.
The South Carolina Continental Corps of Artillery was ordered by the legislature on 12 November 1775 to man coastal batteries for defense against a possible British attack

James Mitchell's Company Enlisted For
Astin, John 22 Mar 79 16 months
Bolton, Thomas 2 Jun 77 The war
Brown, Dinnis 2 Jul 78 3 years
Boser, John 21 Jul 79 3 years
Baily, John 4 May 79 16 months
Bell, William 16 months
Goor, Jonathen 29 Jun 78 3 years
Holly, Francis 29 Jun 78 3 years
Hickman, Edward 16 Jul 78 The war
Hickman, John 21 Aug 78 The war
Jones, John 11 Apr 77 3 years
Long, Josiah 6 Sep 78 The war
Parker, Ephraim The war
Paul, Maurice 11 Jan 77 3 years
Parker, John 20 Jul 78 3 years
Royal, John 20 Jul 78 The war
Roque, Lewis 17 Apr 79 16 months


State of North Carolina No. 4072
Military Warrant to Jonathan Gore, 274A in Miro District, County Tennessee, ordered to be surveyed December 6, 1796

Above was surveyed by Duncan Stewart for Willam Hindry, 11 Aug 1797

Copies of the two documents above provided by Robbie Moye.

Affidavit re Jonathan Gore Revolutionary War Service

Brunswick County ) Justices assigned to keep the peace for the county aforesaid, JAMES SMITH who being duly sworn on the holy evangilist of Almighty God , deposeth and sayeth, that he the said JAMES SMITH was a serjeant in the 4th Regiment of Artillery belonging to the Continental (line in South Carolina) {lined through} that he the said JAMES SMITH was perfectly well acquainted with JONATHAN GORE, JOHN HICKMAN & EDWARD HICKMAN, who were Continental Soldiers in the said Regiment, who all died in the Continental Service having served faithfully for a considerable time above six months who were all residents of North Carolina at the time of their enlisting and further the Deponent saith not, sworn to before this 12th of January 1796.

I found this in a miscellaneous military card file in the NC Archives in 1974.
Nula Tingleff

On the same date Wm. GORE claimed himself to be the heir of this Jonathan Gore as follows:

State of North Carolina, Brunswick County
Know all men by these prents that I WILLIAM GORE of the County aforesaid have bargained, sold and convey & confirmed unto WILLIAM HINDRY all my right and title to a Military Land Warrant hereunto annexed which I am entitled to as here (heir) of JONATHAN GORE and do by these presents fully authorize and empower the surveyor or surveyors of Miltiary Lands to survey and admeasure, and make returns of same in the name of the above said WILLIAM HINDRY or as many as he may otherwise think proper to direct.

Given under my hand and Seal this 12th day of Janaury 1796
In presents of Walter Wingate, JP.
Copy of complete set of documents provided by Robbie Moye.


The record above is verified by three Revolutionary Rolls records also in the NC Archives.

(1). G Artillery Regiment (4) S.C. Revolutionary War
Jonathan Gore
Copied from Rolls
Date of Enlistment June 24, 1778
Jan 1 -80 Vol. 9 page 123 Speide. Copyist

(2) Co. G 4 Artillery S. C.
Jonathan Gore
Matross,* (Capt. James Mitchell's Co. of the South Carolina Continental
(Reg't of Artillery commanded by Barnard Beekman, Esq.
Revolutionary War. Appears on Company Pay Roll of the organization named above for the month of:
1st Novr 1779 to 1st Jany 1780
Commencement of time; 1 Novr, 17-
To what time; I Jany 17-
Amount of time 2 Months
Pay per month 8 1/3 dollars
Substistence per month 10 dollars
Amount of pay and subsistence 36 1/3 dollars
Remarks; Present Ballard: Copyist

(3) G 4 Artillery Regiment S. C.
Jonathan Gore
Matross, 4th Comp
Appears on a List under the following heading:
"Artillery Regiment Rolls to the First of January 1780. List not dated, 17--.
L. B. Bowman,

From: Secretary of State Military Land Warrant Book, 1783-1841.
* a Matros is a soldier who assists artillery gunners in loading, firing, sponging and moving the guns.
(Diane Bertrand)

A List of Warrants issued to the Officers and Soldiers in the Continental Line raised in and belonging to the State of North Carolina.
(Notice that SOUTH CAROLINA was marked through in the affidavit also signed in 1796 and this warrant not given to William Gore's brother Jonathan who was still alive and in the same county. .Nula Tingleff))

Number: 4072
Soldier's name and rank: Jonathan Gore priv't.
Number of Acres: 274
Time: 36 (months)
Date of Warrant: 3rd Decr. (1796)
To whom delivered: Wm. Sheppard of Hil{l}sb{o}ro for Wm Hindry.
Other information: None

NOTE: Robbie Moye seems to think the above grant belongs to Jonathan Gore b. abt. 1735, however he died in 1806.

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