Enlisted in Capt. Wm. GREGORY’s Company in the 6th Virginia Regiment; was in the battles of Germantown, Brandywine, Prospect Hill. Piscatawy and Camden. In an affidavit supplied in support of the Land Bounty Warrant application of Joseph CHRISTIAN he also mentions the battles of Trenton, Princeton and the long Siege of Mud Island Fort. Maj. Gen. LAFAYETTE exempted him from any further service to the Continental Army; born ca. 1754; dead by 21 MAY 1837 when court certified him a Revolutionary War soldier, who died intestate, without issue; left brother, Major BULLIFANT who died intestate with children; nephew John BULLIFANT, died intestate leaving a son. Listed as having served at Valley Forge in the 6th VA. He is shown as “Sick Present” in Dec. 1777, “Fit for Duty” in Jan. 1778, “Discharged” in Feb. and Mar. 1778. Additional remarkes: Dec. 1777, Sick at Princeton; Discharged Feb. 10, 1778. [Spelled BRILLIFANT is some records]
Hobson’s Roll Remarks: None.’, ‘Pension application