LINTON Ancestors in the Revolutionary War 1775 to 1783

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LINTON Ancestors in the Revolutionary War 1775 to 1783

Anestors of Kirk Louis LINTON (1914-1987)


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“Washington Crossing the Delaware” by George Caleb Bingham in 1856 (public domain) depicting Washington in a Durham boat.

Ancestor and how they are related to Kirk Louis LINTON (1914-1987)


Captain John Augustine Elliott LINTON (1769–1822) 4th great-grandfather work-in-progress

Adjutant General Henry STONESTREET (1752-1812)  3rd great-grandfather 

Privet John BOYD (1760-1829)  4th great-grandfather  work-in-prgress

Captain John MILLS (1755–1797)  4th great-grandfather  

Privet Benjamin Franklin PADGETT (1755–1799)  4th great-grandfather  work-in-progress

Privet William TYLER Jr. (1758–1829)  4th great-grandfather work-in-prgress

General William GRAYSON (1740–1789) Senator  4th great-granduncle Work-in-progress

 Cousin President George Washington (1732-1798)  5th cousin six times removed 

Cousin President James MONROE (1758-1831)  2nd cousin 5 times removed 

Captain John Hancock LINTON (1750-1836)    7th cousin 4 times removed 


Editor Note: Work-in-progress  We have over 280 documented ancestors that fought or were associated with the Revolutionary War from 1775 to 1783. I need some help getting them on the website. Thanks,  Please contact me at e-mail adress is    laughing 


Washington Crossing the Delaware, oil painting by Emmanuel Leutze in 1851 in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.


Revolutionary War shoulder drilling


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