Jeremiah Moulton, Indian Fighter (1650 - 1731)

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Birthplace: Hampton, Rockingham Co, New Hampshire
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About Jeremiah Moulton, Indian Fighter

In August 1724, a force of 208 soldiers (which would split into 2 units under the commands of captains Johnson Harmon and Jeremiah Moulton left Fort Richmond (now Richmond) in 17 whaleboats up the Kennebec. At Taconic Falls (now Winslow), 40 men were left to guard the boats as the troops continued on foot. On August 23, 1724 (N. S.), the expedition came upon the village of Norridgewock unexpectedly. Many of the Indians were routed, leaving 26 warriors dead and 14 wounded. Among the casualties was Sébastien Rale. Harmon's son-in-law, Lt. Jacques, scalped Fr. Rale.

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Jeremiah Moulton, Indian Fighter's Timeline

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Hampton, Rockingham Co, New Hampshire
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York, York Co, Maine
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