LT. THOMAS BUFFINGTON:
Revolutionary War veterans buried in PA. Lt. Thomas Buffington (1756 - 1814) served in the companies of Capt. William Skiles and Capt. Matthias Slaymaker
in 1781 & 1782. (Ref.-Pa Archives - Series V - Volume VII - pp. 39 & 57).
Thomas is buried with his wife Elizabeth Slaymaker-Buffington, in the Harrisburg Cemetery, Harrisburg, Dauphin County, PA.
Daniel P. Buffington
BURIED AT HARRISBURG CEMETERY, HARRISBURG, PA.
Many thanks to Daniel P. Buffington for his time and energy
collecting this information and contributing to my site.
Revolutionary Soldiers and Patriots,interred in the
Cemetery, located at 13th & Liberty Streets in Harrisburg, PA
Colonel Cornelius Cox
Colonel Andrew Porter
Major John Brooks
Captain John Hamilton
Captain Adam Huey
Lieutenant Andrew Berryhill
Lieutenant Adam Boyd
Lieutenant Thomas Buffington
Lieutenant George Hoyer
Lieutenant John Horton
Lieutenant Samuel Weir
Ensign Samuel Berryhill
Ensign James Brooks
Ensign Christian Kunkel
Drummer Leonard Dubbs
Drummer Frederick Keefer
Patriot James Trimble
Delegate to the Lancaster Convention July 4, 1776, Simon Snyder.
The following soldiers, all held the
rank of Private.....
The following revolutionary soldiers were citizens of Harrisburg and the surrounding area that were listed as missing in action and later presumed dead........
Lieutenant Frederick Hubley - Lieutenant
John Stoner - Ensign & Surgeons
Mate, John Dentzel
Ensign Martin Wetzel
Brigade Chaplain & Member of the Continental Congress in 1780, Rev.Joseph Montgomery
Drummer Peter Betz
The following missing and presumed dead...
held the rank of Private