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Birthplace: Charlestown (within present Boston), Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)
Death: Died in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Cause of death: Wounds received in Battle of Quebec
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About John Shepard

He participated in the Phipps expedition against Canada, and died of woounds received in the attack on Quebec. A grand of land was made to soldiers in the Canada expedition of 1690, of the township of Ashburnham, Mass. , and John Shepard of Stoughton claimed in right of his uncle John Shephard who served under Major Wade.

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Birth: 1669 Charlestown Suffolk County Massachusetts, USA Death: Mar. 9, 1691 Quebec, Canada

He participated in the Phipps expedition against Canada and died of wounds received in the attack on Quebec

Married at Chaleston 26 March 1690 to Persis Pierce


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Parents:
 Thomas Shepard (1635 - 1719)
 Hannah Ensign Shepard (1640 - 1697)

Spouse:
 Persis Pierce Rand (1670 - 1748)

 

Burial: Unknown


Created by: Stanley Shepard Record added: Jul 21, 2011 Find A Grave Memorial# 73727237

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Хронология John Shepard

1669
1669
Charlestown (within present Boston), Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)
1690
February 23, 1690
Age 21
Charlestown (within present Boston), Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)
March 26, 1690
Age 21
Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
October 16, 1690
- October 24, 1690
Age 21
Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Quebec_(1690)

During the bombardment, the land force under Walley remained inactive, suffering from cold and complaining of shortage of rum.[3] After a couple of miserable days, they decided to carry the shore positions and try to overcome the French earthworks. They set out on 20 October "in the best European tradition, with drums beating and colors unfurled," but there was a skirmish at the edge of the woods. The New Englanders could not cope with the maintained heavy Canadian fire, and the brass field guns fired into the woods had no effect. Although Sainte-Hélène was mortally wounded, 150 of the attackers had been killed in action, and were utterly discouraged. They made a retreat in a state of near panic on 22 October, even abandoning five field guns on the shore.

1691
March 9, 1691
Age 22
Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
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