Remembering Solomon Titus

August 31, 2007

Revolutionary War Image

It would be quite a wonderful happening if all descendants found and marked the graves of their Revolutionary War ancestors. One does not have to be a member of SAR nor DAR to do so. One has only to verify that it is the burial site of a specific soldier who fought during the war, and the American government will provide a marker.

Solomon Titus and his wife, Susanna Reed, are buried at Pennington Presbyterian Church, 13 South Main Street, Pennington, New Jersey 08534.

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French and Indian Cemetery

March 1, 2006

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Among the graves at the Old Cathedral “French and Indian” Cemetery in Vincennes, Indiana are soldiers and patriots of the American Revolution who helped General George Rogers Clark to capture Fort Sackville in 1779. On the grounds stood a log church where the people of Vincennes swore an oath of allegience to the Republic of Virginia and the United States on 20 July 1778. Read the rest of this entry »


Saint Philips Anglican Church

January 29, 2006

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Brunswick County, North Carolina, was burned by the British in 1778. The image, Damn long time to build!, was originally uploaded by NC Wench. It is posted here from Neddy’s flickr favorites.


Saint Philips Church

January 29, 2006
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Brunswick County, North Carolina

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St. Philips Church, was originally uploaded by NC Wench. It is posted here from Neddy’s flickr favorites.


Brunswick County, North Carolina

January 29, 2006
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The brick church was fourteen years in the making and just eight years later, the British burned it to the ground.

I have never understood why Christian soldiers’ would treat the Christian churches of their enemys with so little regard.

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Took 14 years to build and 8 years later the Brits burned it., was originally uploaded by NC Wench. It is posted here from Neddy’s flickr favorites.


Saint Philips Church Ruins

January 29, 2006
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The ruins were later used as part of Fort Anderson during the War Between the States.

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It was later used as part of the fort during the Civil War., was originally uploaded by NC Wench. It is posted here from Neddy’s flickr favorites.


Saint Philips Church

January 29, 2006
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The image,
Look how tall it was., was originally uploaded by NC Wench. It is posted here from Neddy’s flickr favorites.