I am not certain where this info came from. Probably research that I did for a client in the past. I am not related to the Russworm family.
Davidson Co., TN Will Book 10, p. 364
William Russworm Pension Claim Recorded September 2, 1834
State of Tennessee
Williamson County I Guilford Dudley of the county and state aforesaid do hereby certify, that William Russworm served about six years in and during the Revolutionary War of the United States against Great Britain as Lieutenant and ensign in Captain Pinkelhman Eaton’s Company of the State of North Carolina line of Continental troops, in the service of the United States. Given under my hand & seal this the 6th day of October A. D. 1831.
State of Tennessee, Williamson County, viz. this day Guilford Dudley personally appeared before us William E. Owen and Gilbert Marshall esquires, acting Justices of the Peace within and for the county & state aforesaid, and maketh oath that the facts stated in the above and foregoing certificate are true.
Sworn to and subscribed before us this 6th day of October 1831
Wm. E. Owen JP Gilbert Marshall JP
State of Tennessee I knew Guilford Dudley for many years, he was highly respectable &
and a man in whose statements entire confidence could be placed .
Jno. H. Eaton
August 30, 1831
The State of Tennessee Ss:
I Thomas Hardeman clerk of the court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions for the county of Williamson in the State aforesaid, do certify that William E. Owen and Gilbert Marshall esquires whose signatures appear within, and before whom the written affidavit was made are and were at the making of said affidavit, acting Justices of the Peace in and for the county of Williamson aforesaid, duly commissioned and sworn and that full faith and credit are due their official acts as such.
In Testimony where of I have hereto subscribed my name and affixed the seal of said court at office in Franklin this 8th day of October A. D. 1831.
State of Tennessee
Williamson County Ss:
I William Smith Chairman of the court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions for the county state aforesaid do hereby certify, that Thomas Hardeman whose name is subscribed to in the forgoing certificate is the clerk of said court and that his said attestation is in due form of law.
Given under my hand and seal the 8th day of October A. D. 1831
The State of Tennessee Ss.
I Thomas Hardeman clerk of the court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions for the county of Williamson in the State aforesaid, do certify that William Smith esquire whose signature appears within, is and was at the time of signing the within certificate, the acting chairman of the Williamson county court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions. In Testimony whereof I have hereto subscribed my name and affixed the seal of said court at office in Franklin this 10th day of October A. D. 1831.
Davidson Co., TN Will Book 10, p. 378
John S. Russworm Pension Certificate Recorded November 16, 1834
Deposition of Eleanor Creamer of the Northern Liberties and county of Philadelphia taken before John Swift Esquire Mayor of the City of Philadelphia.
Eleanor Creamer of the Northern Liberties and county of Philadelphia, widow aged about seventy one years, being sworn according to Law doth depose and say, that Francis A. Russworm was married to Elizabeth Sumner a sister of General Jethro Sumner of North Carolina: that the said General Sumner died leaving three children namely, McKinney H. Sumner who died in the city of Philadelphia under age and unmarried in the fall of the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety three: Thomas E. Sumner who died in Tennessee married and without issue in the year one thousand eight hundred and nineteen and Mary S. Sumner who intermarried with General Blount of Tarborough North Carolina, that the said Mary S. died in 1826 or 1827 leaving no issue. That the said Francis A. Russwworm had issue two children by the said Elizabeth that lived to the age of twenty one years namely, John who died in Portland in the State of Maine leaving only one child, Francis E. Russworm and who this deponent believes is now living. That the other son of the said Francis A. Russworm by the said Elizabeth his wife namely William Russworm was joined in marriage to this deponent on the twenty fifth day of December one thousand seven hundred and eighty that the said William Russworm the husband of this deponent was a Lieutenant in the American army in the war of the Revolution under the said General Sumner, that the said William Russworm had two children by this deponent, namely Alexander who left the United States in the year one thousand eight hundred & seven and has not since returned nor has he been heard of for fourteen or fifteen years and John S. Russworm who now resides in Williamson County in the State of Tennessee. That the said John S. Russworm as this deponent verily believes is the only lawful heir of the said William Russworm (this deponents husband who died at Philadelphia in the month of October in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety three). And this deponent does further verily believe that the said John S. Russworm (her son) and the said Francis E. Russworm son of the late John Russworm of Portland in the State of Maine) are the only heirs of the said General Jethro Sumner who are now living. That this deponent after the decease of her first husband the said William Russworm to wit on the ___ day of December in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety six was married to one Christian Creamer who is since deceased and the she is now a widow.
Sworn before John Swift, Mayor Eleanor X Creamer
I John Swift Esquire Mayor of the city of Philadelphia do certify that the above deposition was taken sworn to and subscribed by the said Eleanor Creamer of the Northern liberties & county of Philadelphia before me this day. And that the said Eleanor Creamer was prove to me to be the person she represented herself to be fully to my satisfaction.
In Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the city of Philadelphia to be affixed the twenty seventh day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty four. Jno Swift
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