John Grosvenor (1711 - 1804)

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Birthplace: Pomfret, New London County, Connecticut Colony
Death: Died in Pomfret, Windham County, Connecticut, United States
Managed by: Theresa Renee Eléna Delgado Tossas (Tossas Cox adopted: Maculaitis)
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About John Grosvenor

John was a Capt. in the French and Indian Wars (1755-1757) and the Rev. War. He served as Capt. of the Pomfret (Militia) Co. in the Crown Point Expedition under Lt. Dyer, Lt. Col. Nathaniel Tyler's Regiment, of which Israel Putnam was a second Lt. In 1763. John served as a delegate to the General Assembly in 1755 and 1763, selectman four times, Justice of the Peace for 3 years, and in 1781 he was chairman of a meeting to collect clothing for the Army. Served on the committee of Safety.(DAR).

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Capt. John Grosvenor's Timeline

1711
May 12, 1711
Pomfret, New London County, Connecticut Colony
1804
February 3, 1804
Age 92
Pomfret, Windham County, Connecticut, United States