1752- Born November 1752 in Bucks County Pennsylvania. 1777 served under Captain McDonald. They went to Fort Lowry. He served under him or Captain Black for 2 years. They were stationed for a time at Fort Lowry. After the war he moved to Kentucky.
1760-1837 James Moore lived in Bedford, Pennsylvania, in 1773 – 1781. He served under Captain Black in Cluggage’s Ranger in 1778. He served in the Battle of Frankstown. See William Moore
1755-1834 When the call for men to go to Boston echoed through the Alleghenies in 1775, James Vanzandt responded. He enlisted under Captain Robert Cluggage in the 1st Pennsylvania under Colonel Thompson. Colonel Thompson left and was replaced with Lt Colonel Hand. After the seige they went to New York and were stationed on Long […]
1752-1840 He lived in Canoe Valley, Barree Township. He served under Captain Samuel Davis in 1776 at Princeton. Although he arrived with Colonel Piper, during the battle he was with Colonel Smith when they took Bennett’s Island. He spent much of that winter in the east. He came back home in March. In 1777 he […]
in 1778 John Moore served under Captain Black in Cluggage’s Rangers. John Moore lived in Colerain, Pennsylvania/ Hopewell, Pennsylvania, between 1775 and 1798. See William Moore
See John Freeman
Lived in Bedford region during the war and served in Cluggage’s Rangers under Captain Black.
In 1778 he served as a ranger in Captain Black’s company of Cluggage’s Rangers. He lived in the region until at least 1790.
John Titus was the son of John Titus who had come from Holland to the colonies, and then moved to the region prior to the war. John Titus joined Cluggage’s Rangers and served under Captain Black. After the war John moved to Westmoreland county. His brother Peter and Peter’s so Jonathan founded Titusville.
William McFarland served under Captain Black in Cluggage’s Rangers. He lived in the Frankstown region at least until 1786.