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About Cline, Peter, Sr.
The Original settler of Peter creek (Pike Co, KY) From which it took it`s name,
was a German Immegrant. He entered this Country as a young man at the port of
Philadelpha, PA. on Oct.7,1767. The orig. Spelling was k-L-I-N-E. Peter Cline
Sr. fought in the Revolutionary War with the Virginia Continental line and saw
service with a unit in Dunmore Co. Following the war he migrated with other
settlers to western North Carolina and eastern Tenn. One son was born in NC;
however the next son was born in VA. the following year, therefore, we assume
he did not remain in NC. or TN. a very long period of time. Five sons were born
to Peter Cline. m: [1] Rachel Canada m: [2] Elizabeth Riffe. Served in the
Revolutionary War. He entered the Army in 1774 Rifle Co. Fact: {Montgomery Co.
VA. order book 25, page 336 - Sept. 3, 1882}He served with Capt. Henry Miller
in the 12th Reg. of Penn. He was a trapper & Farmer.

Also Ayres / Ayers / Bowen / Sweet / Beavers / Bandy / Christian / Balser and many more.
Ayres / Ayers / Cline / Lawhorne / Shades of the Past.
Updated April 18, 2005

Brenda J Cline
brendacline2000@yahoo.com

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