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About Robert Gallup
"Robert Gallup son of Thomas and nephew of Colonels Benadam and Nathan Gallup was twice wounded in the massacre (Ft. Griswold - September 6, 1781) with a bayonet and felled to the ground with a blow by a musket On attempting to rise he received another blow which broke his hip and rendered him insensible He was found in this condition the next morning by his mother who went to the fort searching for him He eventually recovered and was according to newspaper authority living at Greene in Chenango Co New York in 1853"
source: The Battle of Groton Heights: A Collection of Narratives, Official Reports ...
By William Wallace Harris p. 225