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Patriot: Trundle, John IV (1)(2, p.329)(4)(5)(6)
SAR #: P-307489 (5)
DAR #: A116505 (6)

Birth
Date: March 6, 1753 (1)(2)(4)(5)(6)
Location: Prince George's Co., MD (4)(6)

Marriage
Date: 1772 (4)
Spouse: Ruth Lewis (4)(6)
Location:
Children: David, Thomas, John Lewis, Mary Eleanor, James Otho, Alethea Young, Charlotte, Hezekiah William, Samuel Daniel (4)

Support for American Revolution
Military Service: Private 8th Co. Lower Bn. Militia Sept. 1777. Second Lieutenant 6th Co. Lower Bn. July 15, 1780. (2)(6) Continental Army 1778-1779. Ensign Aug. 11, 1779. Lieutenant Aug. 4, 1780. (1)(4)(5)
Public Service:
Civilian Aid: Provided wheat for use of the military 1780. (2)
Oath of Allegiance: Jan. 10, 1778 before Hon. Charles Jones (2)
Residency: North West MC (2)(6)

Death
Date: March 25, 1810 (2)(4) March 10, 1797 (5)(6)
Cemetery: Daniel Shreeve's Farm (1)(5) David Trundle Cemetery (4), Dickerson
Find-A-Grave #: 51814794 (4)
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Notes: Son of John Trundle III (1724-1804) and Alethea Trundle (1725-1809) (4). The Trundle Cemetery was destroyed in 1958 by PEPCO Holding to create a power plant. Some burials were moved by PEPCO to Monocacy Cemetery, but John Trundle IV's headstone has not been located. [Per 7/11/13 e-mail from Carolyn Graham-Lopez, descendant.] Cemetery location listed in DAR Magazine Vol. 51 #4 Oct. 1917 p. 205.

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