Battle of blue licks jacob hunter
The Battle of Blue Licks, fought on August 19, , was one of the last battles of the American Revolutionary War. . William Hunter later married Sarah Boone, the daughter of Daniel's brother, Edward Boone, 24, Coffman*, Jacob.
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Description:The battle occurred ten months after Lord Cornwallis's surrender at Yorktown, which had effectively ended the war in the east. It was the worst defeat for the Kentuckians during the frontier war. List of Battle Participants Source: Hammon's book and was submitted by him to be reprinted here The below list of battle participants is mostly from two secondary sources, Samuel Wilson, Battle of Blue Licks, Lexington, and the article, "Battle of Blue Licks", the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, No. The focus of this book is not to find and list the men and women who were present at Bryan Station or those at the battlefield, but I thought that combining and presenting what has already been published on this subject might be interesting to some readers. However, the author must confess that he has not personally conducted any extensive research on the subject, and only used secondary sources.