"Henry TREFETHEN, born in 1788, husband of Jane Yeaton, was also in the War of 1812, but was in the Militia on Seavey's Island and probably never left there during the war. Was in for 2 months in 1814.
When widow Jane applied for a pension based on Henry's service, she stated he was often called Harry as there was another Henry living in Portsmouth at the same time. Jane applied for bounty land in 1876, received 160 acres, Warrant #85321-40-50. Don't know where the land was, but there must have been a giving or selling of it at some point. The warrant says 1807 but it's probably a typo and is 1857. Haven't followed this up. "