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WAGLE, see WEIGLEY, Isaac

WALTENBAUGH, John Adam

Pay Roll of Captain James Leech’s Company of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania Militia in 1778 & 1779. Pennsylvania Archives, 6th Series, Volume II, page 325. Reinhart, Peter, Adam and Teter Waltingbuf.

Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, Volume 23, page 328. James Leech’s Company. Reinhart, Adam & Teter Waltingbuf.

Muster Rolls of the Navy & Line, Militia & Rangers 1775-1783. With lists of pensioners 1818-1832. Edited by William Henry Egle, M D. Ray, State Printer of Pennsylvania 1898. Rangers on the Frontiers: Reinhart, Adam & Teter Waltinbuf.

John Adam Waltenbaugh is buried in the Christ Rupp Lutheran Churchyard with his wife Rosina.
Adam & Teeter/Deiter/Teter/Dietrich Waltenbaugh can be found in the early census of Armstrong County. In 1820, John (Adam) & Deter Waltinbough are in Allegheny Township, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania. They are said to be brothers, sons of Reinhart Waltenbaugh.

WALTENBAUGH, Dietrich aka Teter aka Teeter aka Deter.

Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, Volume 23, page 320. Christopher Truby’s Rangers on the Frontier. Reinhart & Tedor Waltenbaugh.

Pay Roll of Captain James Leech’s Company of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania Militia in 1778 & 1779. Pennsylvania Archives, 6th Series, Volume II, page 325. Reinhart, Peter, Adam and Teter Waltingbuf.

Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, Volume 23, page 328. James Leech’s Company. Reinhart, Adam & Teter Waltingbuf.

Muster Rolls of the Navy & Line, Militia & rangers 1775-1783. With lists of pensioners 1818-1832. Edited by William Henry Egle, M D. Ray, State Printer of Pennsylvania 1898. Rangers on the Frontiers: Reinhart, Adam & Teter Waltinbuf.

Adam & Teeter/Deiter/Teter/Dietrich Waltenbaugh can be found in the early census of Armstrong County. In 1820, John (Adam) & Deter Waltinbough are in Allegheny Township, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania.They are said to be brothers, sons of Reinhart Waltenbaugh. Dietrich’s wife was named Margaretha. Source: Baptismal record for their daughter Elisabetha, 1784. Baptized by Reverend Johan Wilhelm Weber.

WEIGLEY, Isaac

Revolutionary War Pension File #R11.285. WEIGLEY / WAGLE, Isaac.
18 November 1833, Isaac WEIGLEY appeared before the Court in Kittanning to apply for a pension. He was a resident of Plumcreek Township, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania. He was born April 1758 at Easton, Northampton County, Pennsylvania. He moved with his father to Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania in 1774, settling a few miles from the present town of Greensburg. He enlisted at Hannastown in 1775; he served four different tours. He married Mary C. on 9 May 1780, and they moved to Armstrong County in 1806. Isaac WEIGLEY died 8 October 1835 in Armstrong County. Mary C. WEIGLEY died 27 January 1824. A son, Isaac WEIGLEY, Jr., was 58 years old in November 1852 and a resident of Armstrong County.

WICK, Elisha

Elisha WICK, buried in the Presbyterian Cemetery, East Franklin Township.

Source: Newspaper article “Revolutionary Veterans Buried in Armstrong County”. Leader-Times, Kittanning. Thursday, 25 May 197_. (The last number is worn.)

WILSON, James

James Wilson is buried in the Presbyterian Cemetery in East Franklin Township.

WOLF, Jacob

Jacob Wolf, 1752 – 1838 is buried in Sugarcreek Township. Source: “Early Deaths & Marriages”, pg. 56, compiled by Connie Mateer. Penna. Archives, 2nd Series. Vol. XIII, pg. 245
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Jacob WOLF. Revolutionary Pension File #S24023. 19 March 1833, Jacob Wolf of Sugarcreek Township, Armstrong County, appeared before the Court in Kittanning to apply for a pension. He stated: He entered service at Easton, Northampton County, Pennsylvania in March 1776, under Captain John SANTEE in the Flying Camp. He was born in Northampton County on 4 April 1753, as was recorded in his father’s bible which is in his possession. He lived in Northampton County until 1789 when he moved to Westmoreland County, and from there to present-day Armstrong County in 1794. Jonathan KING served with him.

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