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Abigail Adams Albany county Alexander Anna born and died captain Clark commanded a company Committee of Safety Conn Connecticut line county militia Daughter of George Daughter of James Daughter of John Daughter of William David Descendant of Capt Descendant of John Descendant of Lieut Descendant of Sergt Ebenezer Edward Elijah Elisha Eliza Elizabeth enlisted Ensign Frances Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Gr.-granddaughter of James Gr.-granddaughter of John Gr.-granddaughter of William Granddaughter of John Granddaughter of William Hampshire Hampshire militia Hannah Harriet Henry Huldah Isaac Jacob Jane Jesse Jonathan Joseph Cilley Lexington Alarm Louise Lucy Lydia Margaret Martha Mary Mass Massachusetts line Massachusetts militia MISS months actual service Nathaniel North Carolina Ohio Pennsylvania pension roll Peter private in Capt Rebecca regiment Rhode Island Robert Sarah Saugerties second wife sergeant served as lieutenant service as private siege of Boston Smith Stephen Susan Ulster county Virginia Wife of George Wife of William York
Page 110 - Artillery and' served to the close of the war. He was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati of New York and his commission is now in the possession of the family.
Page 183 - ... Monongahela. The Indian assured Dr. Craik that he had fired his rifle fifteen times at Washington, and had directed his young men to fire also. Dr. Craik was instrumental in detecting and giving warning of the conspiracy of 1777 at Newburg, and was director-general of the hospital at Yorktown at the time of the surrender of Cornwallis. He was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati of Maryland. He lived in Alexandria, the friend and physician of Washington — whom he attended in his last illness...
Page 248 - (vol. i.. New York, 1882). ANDROS, Thomas, clergyman, b. in Norwich, Conn., 1 May, 1759: d. in Be'rkley, Mass., 30 Dec., 1845. He joined the revolutionary army at the age of sixteen, and was in the battles of Long Island and White Plains. In 1781 he enlisted on a privateer in New London, but was captured and confined in the Jersey prison-ship in New York. A few months later he escaped, and on the restoration of his health studied theology with Dr. Benedict in Pluinfield, Conn.
Page 16 - He volunteered in the army of the Revolution, was taken prisoner and confined in the " Old Sugar House,
Page 259 - July 5, 1846, and worked to a farm until his 16th year, when he enlisted In the 89th Ohio regiment and served to the close of the war, with the rank of brevet captain at being mustered out. After the war he spent two years at Wesleyan university/and then entered Cornell university, from which he was graduated in 1869.
Page 140 - Vol. 35, p. 142, which gives the following: "Col. Robert Stark commanded a lower regiment of militia in the fork of the Saluda and Broad Rivers in 1775. He suffered imprisonment on a British ship near Charleston and his wife was a noble helpmate.
Page 121 - ... Revolution. John of Virginia was a private from Hampshire Co. John of Baltimore, was a captain of Eastern Shore troops in 1771. Thomas Hawkins served as a lieutenant in the Pennsylvania line, 1776-1778. He died in Washington Co. Joseph Hawkins, of Rhode Island, enlisted as a private from Ubridge. He served as a sailor on the frigate Dean, was captured and confined in England until the treaty of peace was signed. He died in Ohio in Summit Co. EASTVILLE, VIRGINIA, BURIALS (Contributed to Genealogy)...
Page 185 - CONVENTION 1775. HE SERVED IN THE MILITIA AND ROSE TO THE RANK OF CAPTAIN. HE WAS BORN IN HANOVER CO,VA, (750 AND DIED IN ALABAMA 1828.
Page 17 - Charleston, and, when exchanged in 1781, was appointed quartermaster, and served to the close of the war. He was born in Virginia, and died in Sumpter County, SC War record Nos.