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  • Sgt. John Keyzar (c.1648 - 1697)
    John was a native of Lynn, whence he went with his father to Salem, and removed from that town to Haverhill, Massachusetts, in 1674. He followed the occupation of his father, and was given a parcel of ...
  • Increase Robinson, Jr. (c.1670 - 1738)
    Increase Robinson, son of Increase Robinson & Sarah Penniman, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 was born 1670 in Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He died Mar 1738 in Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts. Increase married ...
  • Uriah Leonard II (1686 - d.)
    Added by Elwin Nickerson 1706 James Leonard frequently entertained Massasoit and King Philip, who journeyed from Mt. Hope to the hunting grounds at Fowling Pond. Fowling Pond is in Raynham, was one mil...
  • Nicholas Hall (1668 - c.1690)
    Under Samuel Gallup Command- Sgt. William Hack/Reporting officer In charge. /ECN/
  • James Smith, of Oyster River (1651 - 1690)
    He was killed in King William's War in 1690. notes From History of the town of Durham, New Hampshire  (Oyster River Plantation) with genealogical notes, by Everett S. Stackpole and Lu...

The first of the French and Indian Wars, King William's War (1689–97) was the name used in the English colonies in America to refer to the North American theater of the Nine Years' War (1688–97, also known as the War of the Grand Alliance, War of League of Augsburg). It was fought between England, France, and their respective American Indian allies in the colonies of Canada (New France), Acadia, and New England. It was also known as the Second Indian War (the first having been King Philip's War, the Third Indian War being Queen Anne's War and the Fourth Indian War being Dummer's War).[1]

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