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Frederick Knittle Archives Records-Deeds-Letters Frederick Knittle born 1757 In 1832 the United States Government offered a pension to men who served in the Revolutionary War and were still alive. Frederick Knittle was 76 years old when he orally presented this statement as proof of his service. He went in place of his father, Michael Knittle. He mentions his brother "At one time he was stationed in New York near Staten Island....vhere the British used often to shoot without doing any harm". He was at the Battle of Brandywine. He saw George Washington when he marched his Army to Chester

Reference: United States Military Records