These names have been gathered from a variety of sources and the list may not be complete. Those who applied in 1818 applied as indigents.The numbers following the state are pension numbers. Gen. Edward Lacy is probably the best known of the Livingston Veterans. He was born in PA, served from SC and came to KY after the War. He drowned when he fell off his horse into Deer Creek in 1813.
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ALVES, Ashley VA CAIN, Patrick SC S.1185 CLARK, William SC S.8610 BLWT36506-166-55 CLINTON, James SC S.2437 COX, Caleb NC S.30950 DAVIS, Snead GA-NC-SC S.32205 ELDER, Robert SC 8405 (Invalid) ELLINGTON, David M. VA R.3288 FIERS, William VA S.30414 FORD, Jesse VA S.31035 GLASS, James PA-SC S.32272 HAWTHORN, James, Lt. Col, SC  HAZLE, Daniel (Applied 1818) HICKS, Solomon SC S.31128 KIRK, Robert VA S.35511 BLWT1214-200 KILGORE, Benjamin Spartanburg District, SC  LACY, Edward, Gen. SC LARUE, Peter VA (Applied 1818) LITTLE, William 25631 (Invalid) McKINNEY, Archibald (Applied 1818) MATTOCK/MATLOCK, Nathaniel/Martha NC W.8409 PARMERLY, Epharim NC (Applied 1818) PICKENS, William G. SC S.1244 ROBERTSON, David NC S.31333 SCOTT, Joshua (ca. 1760/3-1825)  STEWART, William NC S.14580 BLWT13892-160-55 SULLENGER, James/Sarah NC W.27638 TRAVIS, Arthur SC S.1262 WALKER, James NC S.1265 WEEKS, Job NJ S.30777 WEEKS, William DE S.31465 WHEELER, John/Susannah NC-VA W.8999 WILSON, James NC   (This informtion provided by Dolores M. Pringle, DMPringle@sc.rr.com.)  (This information provided by Ben Gantt, firstname.lastname@example.org.) Joshua SCOTT served in the light dragoons under Capt. John REID, Lt. Col. Wade HAMPTON and Gen. SUMTER during 1781 (per "Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution" by Bobby Gilmer MOSS). He was granted a Head Right Land Grant, Certificate #4224, for 200 acres in that part of Livingston Co. which became Caldwell County 1809). So far as we know, he never applied for a Revolutionary War pension as, apparently, he was never indigent.  (This information provided by Paula P. Poole, Pbp5281@aol.com) James Wilson was a native of Caswell County, NC and served as a Captain in Col. Abraham Shepard's 10th N.C. Regiment. He fought in the Battles of Guildford Court House, and Eutaw Springs. He moved to Livingston County approx 1811 and died shortly thereafter. His wife, Amelia Burgess Wilson, was born in Pittslyvania County, Virginia on 1 September 1775; she married James Wilson in Caswell County North Carolina on 10 December 1792; and she died in Livingston County, Kentucky on 8 September 1865. They had seven children, all born in Caswell County, NC.  (This information provided by Dee Cross, email@example.com) Biography of Lt. Col James Hawthorn