Source: "Revolutionary War Era Pensions," digital images, ProQuest LLC, Heritage Quest Online (Access through participating libraries : accessed 2012), From National Archives microfilm publication M805, roll 275, image 390, File W16238, Page 3 of 12.
Andrew Dollaway was a soldier in the Revolutionary War for a period of nine months. I found his widow's pension file at heritagequest.com, which is available online through participating libraries. Page three of the file contains information about his service. A transcription is below.
Notif. sent to W.H. Buch a leg. Esq. Poughkeepsie, Ny 20th July 1823
New York R
Andrew Dollawy of Fishkill in the state of N. York who was a private in the regiment commanded by Colonel VanSchank of the N. York line for the term of 9 mo
Inscribed on the Roll of New York at the rate of Eight Dollars per month, to commence on the 1st of March 1817
Certificate of Pension issued the 25 of Sept 1819 and sent to James ??nott, Esq. Poukeepsie, N. York
Arrears to 4th of Sept 1819
Semi-anl. all co ending 4 Mar 1820
Revolutionary claim, Act 18th March, 1818
Continued ? (Assume it is a signature)