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Barnabas Nye

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Rochester, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Death: Died in Rochester, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Immediate Family:

Son of John Nye and Sarah Nye
Husband of Sally Nye
Father of Pardon Bennett Nye; Richard Bennett Nye; Icy B Pratt; John Loring Bennett Nye; Elisha Nye and 5 others
Brother of Ezekiel Nye; Elijah Nye; Dennis Nye; Nathan Nye and Patience Bennett

Managed by: John H. Nye
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About Barnabas Nye

A Patriot of the American Revolution for Massachusetts with the rank of Private.

Served in the Revolutionary Army

  • Private, Captain John Gibb's Company, Colonel John Jacob's regiment; enlisted 7/23/1780; discharged 10/27/1780; service 3 months, 6 days, travel 42 miles including at Rhode Island; company detached from militia to reinforce Continental Army for three months; role dated Wareham.
  • Private, Captain Stephen Churchill's Company, Colonel Theophilus Cotton's regiment; enlisted 3/9/1781; discharged 3/31/1781; service 23 days at Newport, RI, by order of his Excellency John Hancock; company detached for 40 days service, unless sooner discharged.

Ancestor # for DAR is A085302.

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Barnabas Nye's Timeline

1766
September 12, 1766
Rochester, Plymouth, Massachusetts
1780
July 23, 1780
- March 31, 1781
Age 13
Newport, RI, USA

* Private, Captain John Gibb's Company, Colonel John Jacob's regiment; enlisted 7/23/1780; discharged 10/27/1780; service 3 months, 6 days, travel 42 miles including at Rhode Island; company detached from militia to reinforce Continental Army for three months; role dated Wareham.
* Private, Captain Stephen Churchill's Company, Colonel Theophilus Cotton's regiment; enlisted 3/9/1781; discharged 3/31/1781; service 23 days at Newport, RI, by order of his Excellency John Hancock; company detached for 40 days service, unless sooner discharged.

1791
June 1, 1791
Age 24
Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States
1795
1795
Age 28
1799
May 19, 1799
Age 32
Acushnet, Bristol County, Massachusetts, United States
1800
February 29, 1800
Age 33
1803
March 12, 1803
Age 36
1806
May 16, 1806
Age 39
Rochester, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States
1809
April 16, 1809
Age 42
Rochester, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States
1812
April 19, 1812
Age 45