John was a soldier in the American Revolution and had land bounty rights. His brothers, William and George, were in the revolution also. William and John served in the same company, which was Captain Copeman's First regiment. John was also a captain in House's company, Colonel Klock's regiment. According to the census of 1790, Adam had three males over sixteen, one under sixteen and five females in his family, in Montgomery County.
John died on May 5, 1822 in Menheim. He was buried on May 8, 1822 at the Reformed Church of Snell's Bush in Menheim, New York.
|Offspring of John Adam Garlock and Maria Lena Schill (1745-1834)|
|Magdelena Maria Garlock (1767-1851)||23 November 1767 Herkimer County, New York, United States||26 March 1851 Ellery, Chautauqua County, New York, United States|| John Pickard (1760-1827)|