Elisha Story (1743 - 1805)

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Birthplace: Boston, Massachusetts
Death: Died in Marblehead, Massachusetts
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About Elisha Story

Dr. Elisha Story (1743–1805), a member of the Sons of Liberty who took part in the Boston Tea Party in 1773. -------------------- Served in Revolution, Laucetta W. Dickinson's DAR # 85710. Member of the Boston tea Party, Sons of Liberty. Was surgeon in Col. Moses Little's Massachusetts Regiment from May to Dec. 1775 and was surgeon in the 12 Continental Infantry and from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31 1776. Was with Gen. Washington during the Campaign of the Jerseys 1777.

His father, William Story, was the Register of the Court of Admiralty. His father’s office was located on the corner of State and Devonshire Streets and was one of many shops broken into during the Stamp Riots to destroy the stamps, books, and papers of King George.

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Dr. Elisha Story's Timeline

1743
December 3, 1743
Boston, Massachusetts
1766
September 13, 1766
Age 22
Marblehead, Massachusetts, United States
1769
September 8, 1769
Age 25
1771
March 17, 1771
Age 27
1772
April 4, 1772
Age 28
1773
July 18, 1773
Age 29
1774
August 18, 1774
Age 30
1775
October 8, 1775
Age 31
1778
March 20, 1778
Age 34
December 2, 1778
Age 34
East Boston, Massachusetts, United States