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The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 38, January 1, 1914
OBITUARY NOTICES OF PENNSYLVANIA SOLDIERS OF THE REVOLUTION
COLLECTED BY WILLIAM SUMMERS
[The following obituary notices of officers and privates who
served in the Continental Line and Militia of Pennsylvania during
the Revolution have been collected from the newspapers of Montgomery
John Brandt.-Departed this life on the 1st of January instant, at his
residence in Plymouth township, Mr. John Brandt, a Revolutionary soldier
in the 90th year of his age. The deceased, during a long life, maintained
an unexceptionable character, and was much esteemed by all who knew him.
His attachment to the Union and the Liberties for which he fought was
ardent and unrelaxing to the last. He was the father of sixteen children
by a former wife, of whom eight survive. He leaves an afflicted widow and
numerous relatives and friends to mourn his exit from this to a better
-Norristown Register, January 10, 1844.
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