PULLINS, Loftus

Last revised: 09 Jan 2010

(Oct 1764 – aft. Oct 1781)

“The data contained herein were obtained from the papers on file in the Revolutionary War Pension claim, S.14240, based upon the military service in that war of Loftus Pullins.

Loftus Pullins (as he signed) was born in October 1764, in Augusta County, Virginia. The names of his parents are not shown. He enlisted in August Co., Virginia in December, 1780 and served three months as Private in Captain thomas Kicklin’s Company, Colonel Sampson Mathers’ Virginia Regiment; he enlisted in 1781, exact date not given, served three months in Captain William Kincaid’s Company, Col Samuel Vance’s Virginia Regiment, was at the seige of Yorktown and surrender of Cornwallis, after which guarded prisoners to Winchester Virginia.

After the Revolution, he moved to kentucky, where he resided for about forty years, the most of the time in Madison county, that state, when he was allowed pesnion on his application executed September 10, 1832, while residing in said Madison County.

There are no Family data.

In order to obtain the date of last payment of pension the name of person paid and possibly the date of death of soldier, you should address the Comptroller General, General Accounting Office, Records Division, this city and cite the following data: “Loftus Pullims, Certificate No. T687, issued May 11, 1833, rate $20.00 per annum, commenced March 4, 1831, Act of June 7, 1832, Kentucky Agency…”

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