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Oliver Woolcott (c.1724 - c.1802)

Aded by E. C. Nickerson- Fort Along side his Father Nathaniel Woolcott At FORT WILLIAM HENRY-

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William Smallwood, 4th Gov. of Maryland MP (1732 - 1792)

From his English Wikipedia page: William Smallwood (1732 – February 14, 1792) was an American planter, soldier and politician from Charles County, Maryland. He served in the American Revolut...

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Joseph Ball (1742 - 1808)

Joseph Ball (1742 - 1808) , son of Aaron Ball (1713 - 1752) and Hannah Camp (1712 - 1790), was born in 1742 at South Orange, Essex County, New Jersey; he died at the age of 66 in 1808 at South Orange, ...

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James Wentworth MP (1727 - c.1800)

From Daniel T.V. Huntoon's History of The Town of Canton, Massachusetts (1893) CHAPTER XVII THE NEUTRAL FRENCH In 1744 war was declared by Great Britain against France, and the following year...

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General John Campbell (1727 - 1806)

) General John Campbell, 17th Chief of MacArthur Campbells of Strachur (1727 – 28 August 1806) was a Scottish soldier and senior nobleman, who commanded the British forces at the Siege of Pe...

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Thomas McKee (c.1693 - 1769)

RECORD 1. George Wilson McKee, McKees of Virginia and Kentucky, the, Pittsburgh, J. B. Richards, 1891. "In about 1738, ten or eleven brothers Mc- Kee emigrated to America. 4th. In 1738 when a large...

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Col. Alexander McKee (c.1735 - 1799)

He is said to have married a Shawnee woman. -------------------- Alexander McKee 1735-1799 ALEXANDER McKEE was the Tory leader at Pittsburgh. He was a man of some education and wide influence on ...

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Guyasuta (c.1725 - c.1794)

Guyasuta (c.1725–c.1794) was an important leader of the Seneca people in the second half of the eighteenth century, playing a central role in the diplomacy and warfare of that era. His name is...

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Cornplanter (c.1750 - 1836)

John Abeel, Jr. (ca. 1750s–February 18, 1836), known as Gaiänt'wakê (Gyantwachia - ″the planter″) or Kaiiontwa'kon (Kaintwakon - "By What One Plants") in the Seneca...

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James Craik, MD (1730 - 1814)

James Craik (/kreɪk/; 1730 – 6 February 1814) was Physician General (precursor of the Surgeon General) of the United States Army, as well as George Washington's personal physician and...

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Capt. John Grosvenor (1711 - 1804)

John was a Capt. in the French and Indian Wars (1755-1757) and the Rev. War. He served as Capt. of the Pomfret (Militia) Co. in the Crown Point Expedition under Lt. Dyer, Lt. Col. Nathaniel Tyler's Reg...

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Joshua Parmenter (1726 - 1822)

Military French/Indian War --------------------------- Links

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Brig. Gen. Nicholas Herkimer (1728 - 1777)

Nicholas was the oldest son of Johan Jost and Katherine. His first military command was at Fort Herkimer in 1757. By 1775 he was Colonel of the first battalion, Tryon County Militia. He was commissione...

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Thomas S. Logsdon, ll (1738 - 1818)

Thomas is listed in Captain Norris' Company in the French and Indian War (1767) at the Battle of Point Pleasant. He was a hunter, scout, pioneer, Indian fighter. from:

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Andrew Durand, Jr. (1734 - 1826)

Andrew Durand Birth: Dec 15 1734 - Milford, New Haven, Connecticut Death: May 14 1826 - Cheshire, New Haven, Connecticut, USA Parents: Andrew Durand, Jane Andrew Wife: Eunice Hotchkiss Chil...

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Col. William Whiting MP (1704 - 1787)

William Whiting of Bozrah, a part of Norwich, Conn., the eldest surviving son of Samuel, served with distinction in the French War. He "gained much applause" for his gallant conduct at Louisburg and wa...

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Col. Nathaniel Sherman MP (1696 - 1731)

Colonel Nathaniel Sherman, son of Joseph Sherman, was born in Watertown September 19, 1696. He served in the French and Indian war as colonel. He moved from Watertown to Grafton, Massachusetts. He marr...

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Capt. Joseph Chadbourne (1720 - 1808)

Even in 1904, Emery seems to have had little information on this family, and little has been found since. They seem to have moved about a great deal. Some mentions in both ME and NH suggest that they w...

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Col. Thomas Westbrook MP (c.1676 - 1744)

Colonel Thomas Westbrook (1675-1743/1744) was a military figure in colonial America. The City of Westbrook, Maine is named after him. Thomas Westbrook's varied career included the role of senior New En...

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John Winton, Lieutenant (1683 - 1767)

Please take note of the Londonderry, Ulster Northern Ireland records that are accompanied with this profile. 1740 Tax Records-Ireland, County Londonderry, Parrish- Aghadowey, John Winton, James Winton,...

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Matthew Mullins, Sr. MP (1720 - 1786)

4.  Matthew Mullins b. ca 1715 Virginia - d. 1786 Albemarle County, Virginia, md Mary Maupin b. ca 1723 Hanover County, Virginia - d. ca 1800 Virginia, daughter of Daniel & Margaret (Via) Maupin...

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Col. James Wood MP (c.1707 - 1759)

James Wood, Sr. (1707?-1759) was born, according to a grandson, in Winchester, Hampshire, England. He attended Oxford University, was a lieutenant in the Royal Navy, and came to Virginia with one of th...

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Israel Kenney MP (c.1740 - 1791)

b. abt 1740 possibly Belfast Ireland d. 24 Dec 1791 Maugerville, Sunbury, NB, Canada. Removed to Maugerville, Sunbury Co., NB after April 1767 following Susannah's sisters Sarah and Abigail and the...

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Joseph Morey (1710 - d.)

Military service: French and Indian War

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Capt. Thomas Swearingen of the Ferry MP (1708 - c.1760)

Capt. Thomas Swearingen of the Ferry Birth: 8 APR 1708 in Queen Anne's Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Parents: Thomas Swearingen b 1688, Lydia Riley Wife: Sarah Dossett Death: 3 JUN...

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Dr. Perez Fitch MP (1726 - 1776)

Served as captain of the 2nd Company of Stamford, October 1756 (French and Indian War) link:

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John Parke, II MP (1711 - 1758)

John’s son John Park, Jr. was born 11 Feb 1711 in Hopewell Twp, Burlington Co., New Jersey Colony. John Jr died 14 Sep 1758 in the Battle of Fort Duquesne. Fort Duquesne, Alle-Kiski Valley, Penn...

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William Pew, Jr. MP (1728 - 1769)

French & Indian War: William Pew Jr. served with American forces during the war. 1759, commissioned LT in the New Jersey regiment, under a law enacted 15 Mar 1759 by the NJ colonial assembly. Served un...

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Brig. Gen. James Moore (Cont. Army) (c.1737 - 1777)

DAR#A079475 ) James Moore (c. 1729 or 1737 – April 15, 1777) was a member of a prominent political family of the Carolinas. He served as Patriot military commander in North Carolina during t...

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General Griffith Rutherford (1721 - 1805)

Griffith Rutherford (c. 1721 – August 10, 1805) was an officer in the American Revolutionary War, a political leader in North Carolina, and an important figure in the early history of the Sout...

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General Hugh Waddell (c.1734 - 1773)

) Hugh Waddell (c. 1734 – April 9, 1773) was a prominent military figure in the Province of North Carolina during its control by the Kingdom of Great Britain. Waddell formed and led a provinci...

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Medard Couture (1791 - d.)

Captain Jean-Baptiste Couture’s home was used as shelter for U.S. troops during the Battle of the River Raisin on January 22, 1813. When the right wing gave way, he and his son, Medard, rushed...

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Jean-Baptiste Couture (1764 - 1813)

Captain Jean-Baptiste Couture’s home was used as shelter for U.S. troops during the Battle of the River Raisin on January 22, 1813. When the right wing gave way, he and his son, Medard, rush...

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Dr. Robert Addison Curry MP (1717 - 1804)

FAG #5064975 Captain in French and Indian War. Captain of Home Guards in the American Revolution and Elder of Augusta Church (Augusta, VA.).

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Capt. Charles Rundlet MP (1716 - d.)

Capt Charles Rundlet must have received his rank of Captain in the French and Indian Wars. On November 15, 1765, Charles Rundlet, along with other citizens, signed a statement promising to assemble, st...

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John Owsley MP (c.1733 - 1764)

Upon his father's death in 1751, John inherited 100 acres of land adjoining that of his brother Thomas who had received the other 180 acres of the same larger tract. Originally located in Prince Willia...

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John Eells (1731 - 1759)

Received from Bennington Museum Genealogy & History Library; 75 Main Street; Bennington, Vermont 05201; family page printout for John Eells and his wife Abiah Waterman. John Eells b. abt 1737 in Scit...

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George Oaks or Oakes (1720 - 1777)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for MASSACHUSETTS with the rank of PRIVATE. DAR Ancestor # A085422 George Oaks served in the 'Colonial Wars' (i.e. French & Indian, etc.); responded to Lexington ...

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Capt. John Taylor MP (c.1641 - 1704)

When the French & Indians attacked Pascommuck on the morning of May 13th, 1704, Samuel Bartlett was in the party that rode out to pursue the fleeing attackers. This may have caused more harm than good,...

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Capt. David Banks MP (1718 - 1791)

Capt. David Banks Birth: Apr 22 1718 - Fairfield, Fairfield Co., CT Parents: Joseph Banks, Mary Sherwood Wife: Sarah Barlow, Sarah Jessup Son: Eliphalet Banks (1st wife) Death: Sep 19 1791 ...

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Ephraim Rice MP (1665 - 1732)

Ephraim Rice Birth: Apr 15 1665 - Marlborough, Middlesex, Massachusetts Parents: Thomas Rice, Mary King Married: Hannah Livermore, Mary Noyes Death: Oct 25 1732 - Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachu...

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Brig. Gen. Timothy Ruggles, Jr. MP (1711 - 1795)

Timothy Ruggles was as an American military leader, jurist and politician. He was a delegate to the first Stamp Act congress of 1765. He was the son of the Rev. Timothy Ruggles; grandson of Capt. Samue...

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Ens. Josiah Pomeroy MP (1703 - 1789)

Thomas Stevenson of London, England and His Descendants - Page 137 by John Rudderow Stevenson - Reference - 1902 - 180 pages Lydia Ashley, born June 28, 1710, married Josiah Pomeroy, November 9, ... ...

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Samuel Fish (1656 - 1733)

Gravestone: : 'American Family Antiquity', Albert Welles, President of American College for Genealogical Registry and Heraldry, New York, 1881, Vol. 3, Pg. 141. 'The Fish Family in England and Americ...

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Rev. Eli Forbes MP (1726 - 1804)

Rev. Eli Forbes Birth: Oct 26 1726 - Westborough, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA Parents: Jonathan Forbush, Hannah Holloway Married: Mary Parkman; Lucy Smith, widow of Thomas Sanders; Sarah, wid...

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Brice Blair, I MP (c.1710 - 1785)

DAR Ancestor #: A201196 -=-=-=-=-=-=-==- -=-=-=-=-=-=-==- Brise Blaer, Frederick Co. MD to Bedford Co. PA - Was Scotch-Irish. Event: Military BET 1732 AND 1774 Indian Wars/Maryland Brice Blair ...

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Col. Nehemiah Lovewell MP (1725 - 1801)

DAR Ancestor #: A071979 . Captain, Patriotic service; prisoner COL. NEHEMIAH-4 (John-3, John-2, John-1) LOVEWELL, son of Capt. John and Hannah Lovewell, was born at Dunstable, January 9, 1726, posthu...

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Archibald McDuffee (1736 - 1830)

DAR Ancestor #: A076566 He fought in the French and Indian Wars (1754-1763).  Sources HISTORY OF OLD CHESTER  By BENJAMIN CHASE. Page 561

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John Buck MP (1716 - 1761)

John Buck was a soldier in the French and Indian War and at one time was a captive by the savages and came near being massacred, but managed to escape. He died in New Gloucester about the beginning of ...

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Lt. Joseph French (1640 - 1694)

Joseph saw active service in King Phillip's War in 1675, was a member of the 4th Sq. 1st Military Co. of Taunton, in 1682, and was listed in the inspection return of King William's War of 1691. from:

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Moses Gilbert (1744 - 1782)

Military service: 1 JUL 1762 French and Indian War Moses Gilbert served from 15 Mar 1762 to 12 Nov 1762 as a private in Captain Thomas Cowdin's company. from:

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Gen. Josiah Whitney MP (1731 - 1806)

Josiah Whitney DAR Ancestor #: A125185 Birth: Oct 12 1731 - Stow, Middlesex, Massachusetts Death: Jan 24 1806 - Ashby, Middlesex, Massachusetts Parents: Richard Whitney, Hannah Whitcomb Marri...

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Capt. Peter Hedrick MP (1733 - 1798)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for NORTH CAROLINA with the rank of CAPTAIN. DAR Ancestor #: A054170 When he was 5, he and his parents arrived in the Port of PA aboard the ship, Robert and Olive...

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Col. John Haslet (Continental Army) (1727 - 1777)

Jump to: navigation, search John Haslet (c. 1727– January 3, 1777) was an American clergyman and soldier from Milford, in Kent County, Delaware. He was a veteran of the French and Indian War...

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Caleb Moody (1637 - 1698)

Caleb was a deacon in the Congregational Church and was prominent in the affairs of Newbury. He held various town offices and is referred to in many of the town records as Deacon Caleb Moody. He is als...

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Captain Abijah Bangs-Continental Army- (1743 - d.)

Added by Elwin C. Nickerson- Captian Abijah Bangs- Additional military information: men raised to serve in the Continental Army from 2d Barnstable Co. regt., as returned by Capt. Abijah Bangs and Maj. ...

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Fortunatus Bassett (c.1742 - c.1778)

Added by E. C. Nickerson: Fortunatus Bassett Sr. died aboard the brig General Arnold. The following is from the History of the Town of Plymouth by James Thacher (Boston: Marsh, Capen & Lyon 1835) at pa...

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Capt. Nathaniel Perry (1713 - 1756)

Nathaniel evidently lived in Easton on land given Mehitable by her father. In April 1740 for £269 he sold Johnson Tolman of Dorchester 140 acres of land in Stoughton (lot 39, 25th Division); on ...

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Joseph Buckminster (1697 - 1780)

Joseph was a captain in Framingham and passed the grades to the commission of a colonel in 1739. He was engaged in the French and Indian war, and in the first year of the Revolution. His service in tow...

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James Waggener (c.1737 - d.)

James reportedly fought in the French and Indian Wars, marching with Colonel George Washington to the relief of Fort Dusquesne in 1755. from:

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Colonel Sampson Mathews (1737 - 1807)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA with the rank of COLONEL. DAR Ancestor # A075570 Sampson Mathews (c. 1737- January 20, 1807) was a Colonel of the Virginia militia during the Ameri...

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Colonel William Glascock MP (1730 - 1793)

Governor of Georgia (Acting - American Revolution) and American military officer - Lieutenant and Colonel. Served in the French and Indian War as a Lieutenant. Known as the "Rebel Counselor." Regarde...

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Colonel William Fleming, Governor (1729 - 1795)

) Colonel William Fleming (February 18, 1729 – August 5, 1795) was a physician, soldier, statesman, and planter who briefly acted as the Governor of Virginia during the American Revolutionary ...

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Zackquill Morgan (1735 - 1795)

Zack moved to what is now know as Morgantown, WV to became Sheriff of Mongahila County. -------------------- Zackquill Morgan, was the founder of Morgantown, West Virginia and was a Colonel in th...

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Reverend Elihu Spencer (1721 - 1784)

Reverend Elihu Spencer was a patriot of the American Revolution for New Jersey with the rank of Chaplain. DAR Ancestor #: A106900 ---------------------------------------------------------------------...

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James Mercer (1736 - 1793)

) James Mercer (February 26, 1736 – October 31, 1793), also known as William James Mercer, was born in Virginia at Malborough plantation on February 26, 1736. He was the son of John Mercer a...

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George Mercer (1733 - 1784)

) Eldest son of John Mercer, of "Marlborough," was born June 23, 1733, was educated at William and Mary College; was lieutenant and captain in Washington's First Virginia Regiment in the French and I...

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Captain John Simcoe (RN) (1710 - 1759)

A captain in the Royal Navy, John Simcoe commanded the 60-gun HMS Pembroke, with James Cook as his sailing master, during the 1758 siege of Louisbourg. ) He died of pneumonia a few months prior to th...

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B. General Simeon Thayer (Col Militia) (1737 - 1800)

Simeon Thayer (April 30, 1737 – October 14, 1800) fought in Rogers' Rangers during the French and Indian War and made a harrowing escape from French-allied Indians. At the outbreak of the Amer...

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Captain John Montresor (1736 - 1799)

Captain John Montresor (22 April 1736 – 26 June 1799) was a British military engineer in North America. Early life Born in Gibraltar 22 April 1736 to British military engineer James Ga...

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James Gabriel Montresor (1704 - 1776)

James Gabriel Montresor (19 November 1704 – 6 January 1776) was a British military engineer. Early life and the western Mediterranean Montresor was born on Broad Street or St. James's,...

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Capt. Jabez Snow, IV MP (1733 - 1812)

Added by E. Nickerson about This ancestor- Captain - Queens Guard Light Horse Afoot /ECN/ Josiah Snow had come with his father, Jabez Snow 1733 Eastham, MA, to Granville, Nova Scotia 1762 = 22 May 1755...

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Capt. Joseph McDowell MP (1715 - 1771)

Capt Joseph McDowell Birth: 1715 - Tyrone county, Northern Ireland Death: Nov., 1771 - Burke County, North Carolina, USA Parents: Charles McDowell, Rachell Cathey Married: Margaret O'Neil ...

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Colonel Richard Gridley (Continental Army) (1710 - 1796)

Richard Gridley (3 January 1710 – 21 June 1796) was born in Boston, Massachusetts. He was a soldier and engineer who served for the British Army during the French and Indian Wars and for the C...

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Colonel James Abercrombie (1732 - 1775)

) Colonel James Abercrombie (1732 – 23 June 1775) was a British army officer who died during the American Revolutionary War. There is much uncertainty about Abercrombie's family. He may ...

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Captain John Parker (1729 - 1775)

) John Parker (13 July 1729 - 17 September 1775) was an American farmer, mechanic, and soldier, who commanded the Lexington militia at the Battle of Lexington on April 19, 1775. Parker was born in Le...

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Commodore Abraham Whipple (1733 - 1819)

Abraham Whipple (September 26, 1733 – May 27, 1819) was an American revolutionary naval commander in the Continental Navy. Whipple was born near Providence, Rhode Island and chose to be a seaf...

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Bernard Romans (1741 - 1784)

Bernard Romans (bapt. 6 July 1741, Delft - 1784, at sea) was a Dutch-born American navigator, surveyor, cartographer, naturalist, engineer, soldier, promoter and writer. His best known work, A Concis...

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Brig. General James Reed (Continental Army) (1722 - 1807)

) James Reed (1724 or 1722–1807) was a military officer in the French and Indian War and the American Revolution, rising to the rank of brigadier general in the latter conflict. Reed was bor...

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Brig. General Hugh Mercer (Continental Army) (1726 - 1777)

Hugh Mercer was born in Scotland. He was baptized in January 1726. He emigrated to America and married Isabella Gordon of Virginia. General Hugh Mercer served in the American Revolutionary War and was ...

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Col. Simeon Cary (1719 - 1802)

Simeon Cary was a Captain in the French and Indian War, in the years 1758, and 1759; was a Colonel in the Revolutionary war, in 1776. During the American Revolution, Colonel Simeon Cary commanded a M...

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Brig. Gen. Nathaniel Woodhull MP (1722 - 1776)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for NEW YORK with the rank of BRIGADIER GENERAL. DAR Ancestor #: A128507 From: General Nathaniel Woodhull (1722-1776) was a leader of the New York Provincial Co...

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Colonel William Prescott (1726 - 1795)

William Prescott (February 20, 1726 – 1795) was an American colonel in the Revolutionary War who commanded the rebel forces in the Battle of Bunker Hill. Prescott became widely attributed for ...

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Major General Alexander McDougall (Continental Army) (1731 - 1786)

Alexander McDougall (about 1731–1786) was an American seaman, merchant, a Sons of Liberty leader from New York City before and during the American Revolution, and a military leader during the ...

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Colonel Samuel Miles (Colonial Militia) (1740 - 1805)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for PENNSYLVANIA with the rank of COLONEL. DAR Ancestor #: A078889 Samuel was born in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, the son of James Miles and Hannah Pugh....

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Maj. General Joseph Spencer (Continental Army) MP (1714 - 1789)

DAR Ancestor #: A107008 Joseph Spencer Major-General of the Continental Troops, Member of the Council of Safety, Congressman, Judge, Deputy, Deacon, and Farmer Compiled by Charles Barney Whittels...

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Colonel John Haslett (Continental Army) (c.1727 - 1777)

DAR Ancestor #: A052551 John Haslet (c. 1727– January 3, 1777) was an American clergyman and soldier from Milford, in Kent County, Delaware. He was a veteran of the French and Indian War and...

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Col. Samuel McDowell MP (1735 - 1817)

DAR Ancestor #: A076518 Samuel McDowell (October 29, 1735 – September 25, 1817) was a soldier and early political leader in Kentucky. from McDowell participated in three major wars. He...

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Maj. Gen. Charles Scott (Continental Army), Governor (1739 - 1813)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA with the rank of BRIGADIER GENERAL. DAR Ancestor # A101436 ) Charles Scott (April 1739 – October 22, 1813) was an American soldier and polit...

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Brig. General Elias Dayton MP (1737 - 1807)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for NEW JERSEY with the rank of BRIGADIER GENERAL. DAR Ancestor # A030963 Elias Dayton (May 1, 1737 – October 22, 1807), father of Jonathan Dayton, was b...

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Brig.Gen. William Woodford (1734 - 1780)

William Woodford (6 October 1734 – 13 November 1780) was an American Revolutionary War general from Virginia. He was born in Caroline County, Virginia, in a town now known as Woodford. He se...

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Brig. General George Weedon (Continental Army) (c.1734 - 1793)

George Weedon (1734–1793) was an American soldier during the Revolutionary War from Fredericksburg, Virginia. He served as a Brigadier General in the Continental Army and later in the Virginia...

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Brig. General James Potter (Colonial Militia) (1729 - 1789)

Daughter of American Revolution Ancestor #: A091609 Service: PENNSYLVANIA Rank: MAJOR GENERAL Birth: 1729 CO TYRONE IRELAND Death: 11-27-1789 POE FARM/ANTRIM TWP PENNSYLVANIA Service Descriptio...

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Brig. General Jethro Sumner (Continental Army) (1733 - 1785)

Jethro Exum Sumner (1733 – 18 March 1785) was a brigadier general in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. Sumner's military service began in the French and Indian War, b...

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Brig. General William Maxwell (Continental Army) ("Scotch Willie") (1733 - 1796)

) William Maxwell (1733 – November 3, 1796) was an Ulster-born brigadier general in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. Although Irish-born, he was known in the army by...

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General Sir Robert Abercromby GCB (1740 - 1827)

General Sir Robert Abercromby GCB (1740–1827), the youngest brother of Sir Ralph Abercromby, was a general in the army, a knight of the Bath, and at one period the governor of Bombay and comma...

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Jeremiah Pearce (1729 - 1793)

JEREMIAH WAS GOOD FRIEND TO NICHOLAS BARTLETT AND 3 OF THE PEARCE BOYS MARRIEDTHREE OF THE BARTLET DAUGHTERS. ONE OTHER BARTLETT DAUGHTER MARRIED ANOTHER COUSIN WHO WAS ALSO A PEARCE. HE SERVED IN THE ...

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Capt. Isaac Isaacs (1732 - d.)

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Thomas Bullitt (1734 - 1782)

Thomas Bullitt (c.1734-1782) was an United States soldier and pioneer from Prince William County, Virginia. Thomas was born to Benjamin and Sarah (Harrison) Bullitt about 1734 in Prince William C...

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Perez Chipman of NC MP (1729 - 1801)

Perez Chipman Jr. was born April 1730 in Sussex, DE; died on 13 Mar 1801 in Deep River, Guilford, NC; buried in Deep River, Guilford, NC. He married Margaret Manlove on 3 Oct 1751 in Camden, DE. 6 chil...

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