We are aware of at least 26 Revolutionary War pensioners who lived for a time in Bullitt County. They are listed below with links to additional information. Their names are listed in the first column. If we have located a transcription of part or all of their pension applications, links to them are listed in the second column. In many cases, letters are attached to the pension documents showing summaries of the available genealogical information within the pension applications. If available, links to pdf files containing these letters are in the third column. Finally, in the fourth column will be links to pdf files containing the pension applications themselves. You are cautioned that these pension application files are large, some reaching five or six megabytes in size, so we discourage downloading them at random.
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