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scenes, and in that crucible of character, the camp, there are living witnesses that he was uniformly the goo soldier, the generous friend, and the gentleman. *** After his return from the northwest, *** his services were again offered in defence of his country, and though very capable of bearing a high command, he is found a private soldier in the army of the Capital. *** Mr. Booker served his country in the legislature for thirteen years. He was much loved by his neighborhood; he was a generous friend, kind nd charitable to the poor, beloved by his servants, and has left memorials behind him far more enduring than those engraved in tablets of stone. ** The troop of Amelia interred him with military honors."
 
scenes, and in that crucible of character, the camp, there are living witnesses that he was uniformly the goo soldier, the generous friend, and the gentleman. *** After his return from the northwest, *** his services were again offered in defence of his country, and though very capable of bearing a high command, he is found a private soldier in the army of the Capital. *** Mr. Booker served his country in the legislature for thirteen years. He was much loved by his neighborhood; he was a generous friend, kind nd charitable to the poor, beloved by his servants, and has left memorials behind him far more enduring than those engraved in tablets of stone. ** The troop of Amelia interred him with military honors."
  
Captain Richard [superscript]1[superscript] Booker, of Gloucester, by his second marriage, with Hannah Hand, had, as far as known, two children: Mr. Frances Stokes and George Booker, of Gloucester County,
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Captain Richard [superscript]1[superscript] Booker, of Gloucester, by his second marriage, with Hannah Hand, had, as far as known, two children: Mr. Frances Stokes and George Booker, of Gloucester County. The latter was living in that County in 1751, when his sister, Mrs. Stokes, bequeathed property to him, and then had issued: 71. Richard; 72
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George; 73. Edward [superscript]3[superscript]; 74. Sarah, married ___ Munford. Of Rich

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scenes, and in that crucible of character, the camp, there are living witnesses that he was uniformly the goo soldier, the generous friend, and the gentleman. *** After his return from the northwest, *** his services were again offered in defence of his country, and though very capable of bearing a high command, he is found a private soldier in the army of the Capital. *** Mr. Booker served his country in the legislature for thirteen years. He was much loved by his neighborhood; he was a generous friend, kind nd charitable to the poor, beloved by his servants, and has left memorials behind him far more enduring than those engraved in tablets of stone. ** The troop of Amelia interred him with military honors."

Captain Richard [superscript]1[superscript] Booker, of Gloucester, by his second marriage, with Hannah Hand, had, as far as known, two children: Mr. Frances Stokes and George Booker, of Gloucester County. The latter was living in that County in 1751, when his sister, Mrs. Stokes, bequeathed property to him, and then had issued: 71. Richard; 72

George; 73. Edward [superscript]3[superscript]; 74. Sarah, married ___ Munford. Of Rich