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ow before me, signed by John Jay, President of the Congress of the United States of America, dated 20th March, 1779, appointing John Anderson Captain in the Third Virginia Regiment, in the army of the United States, to take rank as such from the 12th day of August, A. D. 1777. On the back of the commission is written, " John Anderson, was appointed First Lieutenant the 29th January, 1776, and continued in the army until the 30th November, 1783." (He was my father.) He married his cousin, Mary Anderson, who was sister to Richard Clough Anderson. The other parts of the paragraph are substantially correct. Richard Clough Anderson's brothers, whose names were Robert, Samuel, and George, who removed to and died in Cumberland county; also, Matthew, who settled and died in Gloucester county. Neither of them were officers in the Continental army. I will mention a little incident related to me by my uncle, Richard Clough Anderson: When the British troops were storming the fort at Charle