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Philip Crose, Sr.

Soldiers of the Revolution and the War of 1812
Buried In McLean County, Illinois

by: Milo Custer - 1912

(Transcribed by: Teri Moncelle Colglazier)

Abbreviations
b. - born
ch. - children
d. - died
... - information unknown


Crose, Philip, Sr. b County, Pennsylvania, (?) about 1753

[Military History probably in Pension Commissioners Office, Washington D. C]

Served from about June 1, to Dec. 31, 1783.

Settled at Randolph's Grove, McLean County, Ill. about 1837, d. Randolph's Grove, July 4 1848.

Buried in Miller or Randolph Township Cemetery, Sec. 26, Randolph Township, McLean County, Ill.

(See Duis "Good Old Times" 1874 Page 720, and Box 11, Case 339, Estate Files, McLean County, Illinois Information also from Mrs. Barbara Fisher, Greatgranddaughter, Randolp Ill. 1912, Mrs. Sarah Crose, Saybrook, Ill. and J. T. Martin, Heyworth, Ill.)

Wife, Priscilla (Becks) Crose, ch. Solomon Crose, Michael Crose, John Crose, Henry Crose, Philip Crose, Jr. William Crose, Barbara (Crose) Hand, Mary (Crose) Alkire , Jane (Crose) Miles, Rebecca (Crose) Brock



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