Francis Akeley, Sr., Rev. War militiaman (c.1731 - 1775)

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Nicknames: "Eckley"
Place of Burial: North of Charleston, Massachusetts, USA
Birthplace: Boston, Masschusetts
Death: Died in Charlestown, Massachusetts, USA
Cause of death: Wounds received during the battle
Occupation: Self-employed wheelwright; Patriot; Rev. War Militiaman
Managed by: Doug Arters
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About Francis Akeley, Sr., Rev. War militiaman

Francis participated in the Boston Tea Party in December 1773.

Per family tradition, he died at the Battle of Bunker Hill in June 1775 (fought on Breed's Hill).

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Francis Akeley, Sr., Rev. War militiaman's Timeline

1731
1731
Boston, Masschusetts
1755
May 25, 1755
Age 24
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
1773
December 16, 1773
- December 16, 1773
Age 42
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
1775
June 19, 1775
Age 44
Charlestown, Massachusetts, USA
June 19, 1775
Age 44
Charlestown, Massachusetts, USA
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