Reese Bowen

Reese was killed at the battle. His son John also fought.

Sgt Hill gave Bowen’s roster to Col Campbell.

download Bowen’s men roster

Page 126 – John Bowen…430 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both sides of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River in the cove…Beginning on the north side of a ridge corner to his settlement right…opposite the mouth of Maidens Creek…May 5, 1783

Page 126 – John Bowen…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of the Maiden Spring fork, a south branch of Clinch River in the cove…Beginning at the foot of the Short Mountain, spur of Clinch Mountain…corner to William Bowens land…May 5, 1783 – John Bowen, assignee of Rees Bowen, decd, assignee of John Deleany…400 ac…at the Maiden Springs to run to the mouth of McAdams Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1769…August 22, 1781

Page 388 – one half for John Donnell and one half for James, Robert and John Barr, tenants in common – 120 ac – treasury warrant – on the south side of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River and between the place the widow Bowen lives on and a survey made for the aforesaid tenants – corner to Bowen’s land – by a path on Donnell’s line – April 30, 1786