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American Revolution Soldiers Buried in Northwestern Misouri
 
James Crowley  
Missouri Society Sons of the American Revolution

James Crowley Grave Marker
James Crowley Grave Marker

Patriot James Crowley assisted in establishing American Independence as a Private in Captains Madison, Gamble, and Nevill’s Company, and Colonel James Wood’s Regiment, Virginia Militia.  His service is documented in his pension application S15790 at the U.S. National Archives & Records Administration.

James was born on 20 May 1764 in Henry County, Virginia and died 4 September 1840 in Clay County, Missouri.   A memorial marker is located at Crowley Cemetery near 7400-7700 NE 48th Street, Kansas City, Clay County, Missouri (adjacent to Worlds of Fun property). 

James’ memorial marker is at the south end of the cemetery at coordinates N39 10’ 48.01” and W94 29’ 23.83”.  James Crowley is believed to be buried in rural Clay County, Missouri.

 


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