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Deacon Gideon Arnold

Birthplace: East Hampton, Middlesex County, Connecticut, United States
Death: February 17, 1807 (68-76)
East Hampton, Middlesex County, Connecticut, United States
Place of Burial: East Hampton, Middlesex County, Connecticut, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Gideon Arnold and Abigail Arnold
Husband of Hannah Arnold and L. Arnold
Father of Apollos Arnold; Mary Arnold; Dr. Dan Arnold; Martha Arnold; Polly Arnold and 3 others
Brother of Abigail Arnold; Deacon Daniel Arnold; Joseph Arnold; Jerusha Arnold; Pvt Jabez Arnold and 3 others

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About Deacon Gideon Arnold

Inscription: Deacon, in his 72nd year


NEW LONDON COUNTY. The town of Lebanon was incorporated in October, 1700. The First Congregational Church was organized in 1700, the records of which were published in Book II of this series. The Second Church of Lebanon was organized NovemBer 26, 1729, and located in the district of Goshen, now at Bozrahville. "Gideon of New Hampton"

_______________________________________________________________________ At a town meeting held in Chatham, December 19th 1774, the following was voted: "That this Town Do accept and approve of The Doings of the Continental Congress held at Philadelphia in September Last and agree to Keep and observe the Same and Do our uttermost that the Same Shall be punctually Kept and observed according To the True Intent of the Congress and the following Persons are appointed as a Com'tee of observation according to the Eleventh article of Said association with the Powers and authorities therein mentioned (Viz) Eben'r WHITE Esq'r John COOPER Capt. Moses BUSH Charles GOODRICH Capt. John PENFIELD Enoch SMITH Doct'r Jer'h BRADFORD Capt. George STOCKING Capt. Stephen OLMSTED Capt. Abijah HALL & Capt. Silas DUNHAM." April 1st 1777, "The Proclamation Issued by his Honor the governor and Counsel of Safety on the 18th of March Last was Taken into Consideration and the following vote Passed Relative To the Matters Therein Contained, viz., Voted that the Inhabitants of this town will with one Consent join with and Support to the Utmost of there power the authority, Selectmen and all informing officers in carrying into Execution the Laws made for Regulating and of fixing the Prices of Certain articles therein mentioned." Also at the same meeting "Voted that a Committee be appointed and Directed To engage in Behalf of the Town To provide necessarys for the families of the Soldiers Belonging thereto who Shall Engage and Go into any of the Continental battalions To be Raised in this State agreeable to the Recommendation of his Honour the Governor and Com'tee of Safety in a proclamation Issued March ye 18: 1777. "Voted that Messrs: John COOPER David ROBINSON Charles GOODRICH Moses WILCOX George STOCKING Chauncey BULKLEY John GIDDINS James BILL Bryan PARMELEE Thos COWDERY Thomas WILLIAMS and Joseph DART Be a Committee agreeable to the above Vote and To Execute the Same." "At a Town Meeting Held in Chatham by the Inhabitants of said Town * * September ye 30 AD 1777 * * Voted by this meeting that the Soldiers Inlisted into the Continental army Shall Be provided with Necessarys agreeable To he Resove (?) of the Governor and Counsel of Safty Held in Lebenon the 12th of Sep. 1777. "Voted that there Should be a Commite Chosen and appointed in Each Parish of sd. Town To procure Said Necessarys above mentioned. "Chosen as said Com'tee in the first Society Joseph SAGE Hezekiah GOODRICH Thomas COOPER Lt. Noadiah RUSSEL Capt. Joseph CHURCHEL Elisha SHEPARD Jesse JOHNSON Joshua GOODRICH Nicholas AMES John UFFORD & William DIXON & Jeremiah GOODRICH. "In Middlehaddam Elisha TAYLOR Capt Joseph DART Enoch SMITH Josiah STRONG Chancy BULKLEY John GIDDINGS Hershom ROWLEY Benj'n SMITH Hezekiah SEARS Elisha HURLBUT Sam'el YOUNG Lemuel HIGGINS and Jonathan SMITH Jun. "In East Hampton John HINKLEY John BATES Benj'n GOGG Elkanah SEARS Isaac KNEELAND Thomas COWDERY Stephen BRAINARD & John CLARK Jr. "Whereas the Town of Chatham Having Twenty nine Bushel and an half of Salt Stored in the Town of Boston voted by this Meeting that Said Salt Shall be Distributed To the Continental Soldiers Belonging To Chatham at the former Stated price. "Voted that the Commission officers from Chatham now in the Continential Army their families Shall be Provided for by the Town in the Same form and manner as the Non commission officers and Soldiers are." At a Town Meeting held in Chatham, December 6th 1777, "David SAGE Esqr. Capt John COOPER Ebenr. WHITE Esqr. David ROBINSON Jesse JOHNSON John SHEPARD Enoch SMITH Thomas SELDON John EDDY Jnr. Capt Joseph DART Chancy BULKLEY Jonathan CLARK Jnr. Thomas COWDERY Capt Abijah HALL James BILL Moses COOK Jonth PARMERLEE Jur. Stephen KNOWLTON and John DIGGINS were Chosen as a Committee of Supplys for he Ensuing year. "It being put To vote by the moderator of this meeting Whether this Town would any Longer Provide for the families of the Commission officers Gone into the Contenentall army in the Same manner as the Non-commission officers and Soldiers are provided Voted for in the negative." At a town meeting held in Chatham the 22d of December 1777, it was: "Voted that the Commission officers Belonging To this Town now in the Continential Service Shall Be Provided by the Com'tee of Suppleys Chosen in the former Part of this meeting with the Necessary Provision for their families at the Price of Wheat at Two Dolers pr Bushel and any other articles in proportion not Exceeding Twelve Pounds a year Each." March 9th 1778 "Voted To Chuse a Com'tee To provide Clothing For the Continental Soldiers in the army agreeable To an act of Assembly Made the Second Thursday of Jan. A D 1778." "The persons whose name are hereafter Inserted are Chosen and Appointed for the Com'tee as afore Said viz Lt. Joseph SAGE William DIXON Joseph KELLOGG Capt. Joseph CHURCHEL Jeremiah GOODRICH Jnr Thomas COOPER Chancey BULKLEY Elisha TAYLOR Elisha HURLBUT Josiah STRONG Hez'h SEARS John EDDY jur Amasa DANIELS Sam'll Young Jooth CLARK Jnr Benj'n SMITH Thos SELDING Jacob HURD Capt. Jos DART John GIDDINGS William WRIGHT Stephen HURLBUT Jonathan SMITH Jur Capt. Daniel BRAINERD Warren GREEN Jur Enoch SMITH ye 3d Edward SHEPARD Doct. Jeremiah BRADFORD Reuben STOCKING Jedediah HUBBARD Seth DOANE Josiah PURPLE James BILL John CLARK Jur Oren ALVORD Nathan LEVI Benjamin GOFF Andrew CARRIER Rowland PERCIVAL Thomas WILLIAMS & Sam'll KILBURN. December 7th 1788 "Capt Joseph CHURCHEL Doct Jerh BRADFORD and John NORTON are Chosen as a Committee of Supplys for the Ensueing year and each one To provide for sd. Solders families in the Respective Parishes To which they Belong." April 19th 1779 "Voted by this meeting That the Town Treasurer if needful By the Instruction of the Selectmen Should Borrow Money in order To Supply the Com'tee of Suplys To provide for the Soldiers Families." June 29th 1779 "it being put to vote Whether or not this meeting Appoint a Com'tee to provide Clothing for the Soldiers agreeable To a Late act of Assembly voted in the negative. "Voted the select men of the Town Should Class the Inhabitants In as many Classes as there is Soldiers to provide for and Each Class to provide for one. "At a Town Meeting Held in Chatham by the Inhabitants of Said Town * * * It being Put To Vote by the moderator Whether or not They would appoint one or more as Deligates To a Meeting or convention To be held at Hartford on Tuesday Next according to the doings of other towns in this State Voted in the Afirmative it being Put To vote Whether They would Chuse and appoint more than one To attend said Convention at Hartford Voted in the Negative." David Sage only was chosen. Desember 6th 1779, "Voted by this meeting the Select men of the Town Should be orthorized and impowered To Settle with the Com'tee of Suplys who had the care of the Soldiers families in the year Past in a Just and Equitable way allowing them the Discount of their own money Disbursted from Time to Time and every other way as they shall find to be Just and Right." March, 13th 1780, "Voted that the Com'tee of Supplies Each Com'tee man Having the Care of a Soldiers famile the Soldier having Inlisted During the present war Shall have Liberty To Draw out of the Town Treasury the Sum of Two Hundred Pounds he giving a Receipt for the Same and being accountable To the Town Treasurer. "Voted that Each Com'tee man having the Care of a Soldiers family the s'd Soldier having inlisted for three years only Shall have Liberty To Draw out of the Town Treasury the Sum of fifty pounds he giving a Receipt and also being accountable To the Town Treasury. "Voted further more that if the above s'd Sums be found insufficient the Com'tee man or men Shall have Libirty To Draw out more money from the Town Treasury having first obtained a permit in Writing of the Select men of the Town Specifying the Sum He being accountable To the Treasurer as in the above." June 26th, 1780, "Voted That the Town would Raise a rate or Tax upon the Inhabitance as a bounty To Encourage Soldiers To List To fill the Continentials Army for three years or During the war." "Voted To appoint a Com'tee Instantly To Confer and Consult how much To Raise and in what manner To proceed; and To bring in their Report to the meeting. "The Comitty Chosen & appointed are (viz) Capt. Abijah HALL, Lieut. David SMITH and Col'l John PENFIELD. "Voted by this meeting To Except the Report of said Com'tee Which is Specified in the Next vote. "Voted by this meeting that Each Soldier that Shall inlist into the Continentiall army for the Term of three years or During the war as this Town Quota to the number of fourteen shall receive as a premium four bushel and one half of wheet for Each Month that he Shall Continue in Service or an Equivanen in other Specie or money Six pounds of which Sum Shall be paid on their inlisting and Six pounds at the Expiration of the First Twelve Month and Six pound at the End of Every Six Month after Succesively whilst on Service. " N B it is to be under stood that s'd men are To pass muster Before they Receive any part of their Bounty and the Treasurer of this town for the Time being is ordered to pay the Same accordingly and is hereby orthorized to hire the Same on the Credit of the Town from time to time as he shall find Necessary. "Voted by this meeting To Raise a rate to pence on the Pound this State money on the present List fourth-with in order to Defray the above Said Charge. "Collectors Chosen To Gather the above s'd Rate are Enoch SMITH ye 3d, John WILCOX and Isaac SEARS. "Recruting officers Chosen and appointed To inlist Said Soldiers are Capt. Joseph KELLOGG, Capt. Joseph BLAGUE, Capt. Abner STOCKING, Capt. Silas DUNHAM, Capt. Abijah HALL, Capt. Daniel STEWART and Lieut. David SMITH." July 6th, 1780, "Voted That the Town would make an allowance in addition to what the assembly hath granted in order to inlist Soldiers into the army. "Voted to appoint a Com'tee immediately To consult and Confer what Sum To Grant for Each Soldier who Shall inlist into the Service, the Com'tee Chosen and appointed for the purpose are Col'n John PENFIELD Capt. Silas DUNHAM & Capt. Elijah SMITH. "Voted that Each able Bodyed Effective man that Shall or has inlisted or be attached to Serve in the Continental army till the last day of Decem'r next Shall Receive Six Bushel of wheat pr month or So Much State money as Shall purchase the same Exclusive of all other premiums or Bounties whilst he Continues in Said Service that has inlisted or been attached Since the General assembly Sat in may last not Exceeding Thirty. "Voted that Each able Bodied Effective man that Shall or has inlisted or been attached to Serve in the Sate Service for three months from the fifteenth of July instant Shall be intitled To four Bushel of wheat for Each month whilst in Service Exclusive of all other premiums; or so much State money as to purchase the Same at the Time he Returns from Service.

"Voted that the Commission officers and noncommon officers Shall be intitled to the Same as the Soldiers have. "Voted by this meeting To Raise a Rate on the present List of four pence on the pound this State money To Defray the above said Charges." "At a meeting of the Inhabitants of Chatham * * * held Novem'r 14th A. D. 1780 for the purpose of Carring Into Execution an act of the General assembly of the State of Connecticut at their Session in October Last intitled an (Ace) for Clothing and Storeing a Quantity of provision for the use of the Continental army and the forces Raised for the Defence of this State. "Voted That there be forthwith Raised a Tax of Six pence on the Pound upon the General List of this Town as given in for the year 1779. Exclusive of the Increase of Said List by four-fold assessment To be paid in Good Beef port and Wheat flower a the price mentioned in Said Act and with the same Provss(?) or in Lawfull money at the Hard Kind To be paid on or before the Time limited in Said act for Collecting Said Provisions and John BIDWELL Samuel TAYLOR and Gideon ARNOLD are Chosen To Receive the Salt provided by the State for this Town and also To Receive the provision as they Shall Be brought in and To inspect procure the Cask and put up the Same agreeable To Said Act: To Receive a Copy of Said General List of the Town and Give Dwe Notice That Every person may have an opertunity To bring in his ratable part Either in provision or Lawfull Money by Said Limited Time and also To Receive the money so Brought in of Such person or persons if any Such there be who Chuse To pay in money and to lay out the Same in Procuring Provision for the purpose mentioned in said act and To make Return To the Selectmen of this Town of the names of Such persons as Shall Neglect To pay their Ratable part by said Limited Time: and That the Selectmen Do then proceed to Make up a Bill of Assessment according To said act To be forthwith Paid in Lawfull Money or Bills of Credit of this State as a Penalty on Each Inhabitant of this Town which Shall be so Returned by said Receivers Neglecting and of 6d on the pound on all nonresidents which are Set in Said List and in Like manner Return Neglecting; To be paid in Lawfull money and Said Select men are To Deliver Said Bill of assessment with a proper Warrant annexed Thereto To the Collectors appointed To Collect the Same with their order to pay said assessment when Collected To the Treasurer of the Town; which money shall be by the Selectmen improved in Procuring Provision for the Purposes mentioned in Said act; and John BIDWELL Sam'll Taylor and Gideon ARNOLD are Chosen to Collect sd assessment on the Inhabitants and Tax on the non residents. "Voted further by this meeting To Chuse a Committee agreeable To a Late act of Assembly To ascertain the Number of Soldiers already in Service and also To Class the Town if need Be according to Said act the Committee for the purpose are as follows (viz) Colo. John PENFIELD Capt. Joseph BLAGUE Hezekiah GOODRICH Doct. Jerh BRADFORD Capt. Daniel BRAINERD Lieut David SMITH Capt. Elijah COOK Capt. Bryan PARMERLEE and Capt. Stephen BRAINERD. December 4th 1780. "Voted by this meeting To appoint a Com:tee agreeable to a Late Act of the General assembly to purchase Cloathing for Chatham's Quoto of Continental Soldiers the Com'tee Chosen and appointed are (viz) Doct'r Thomas WELLES Jer: h GOODRICH jur Capt. Abijah HALL and Capt. Seth DOANE." A committee of supplies for soldier's families was also chosen at the same meeting, consisting of "William DIXON Doct'r Thomas WELLER jer. h. GOODRICH jrn. Capt. Daniel STOW Nicholas AMES Capt. Daniel STEWART Jedediah HUBBARD Capt. Abner STOCKING Sam'll ACKLEY Andrew CARRIER Isaac SMITH jur. And Isaac BEVIN. "Voted to Chuse and appoint a Com:tee To Class the town into Eight Classes agreeable To a Late Act of the General Assembly in order To Raise our Quoto of State Soldiers To Guard this State. "The Com:tee chosen and appointed are as follows (viz) Joseph SAGE Ithemer PELTON Capt. Daniel STEWARD Capt: Elijah SMITH Doct'r Jer:h BRADFORD Capt. Bryan PARMELEE L't James BILL and Capt. Stephen BRAINARD. "Voted that the above said Com'tee Should have Liberty the Space of fourteen Days to hire the said Eight men on the credit of the Town. "Voted that the said Com'tee Shall have Discretionary Power as they Shall agree Concerning the price to allow each soldier. "Voted that if Said Com'tee Do not within the s'd 14 day Succeed I Hiring as above they shall proceed Directly To Class the Town as Directed by act of assembly and make their Return to the Town Clerk." At a meting held on January 15th 1781, the inhabitants of Chatham "Voted * * To Grant L't Sam'll AKEN as a Bounty out of the Town Treasury the Sum of Twelve pounds this State money upon condition that he undertake to go into the State's Service the Ensueing year. "Voted by this meeting To Except of and Confirm the Doings & Returns of the Com'tee who were appointed at Last adjourned meeting To Class the Town. "The Doings of S'd Com'tee are Written at Large as follows (viz) at meetig of the Com'tee Chosen by the Town of Chatham on the 2d day of January 1781 To Devise ways and Means To Carry into Execution a Late act of the General Assembly of this State passed the 29th Day of November A. D. 1780 for Raising men for the Defence of Horsneck and other ports of this State Did agree to Give Each able Bodied Effective man who Shall Voluntary Inlist himself into the Service of this State according to the said act: Twelve pounds State money as a bounty to be paid Each soldier before He Shall march and forty Shillingg wages pr month the one Half in provisions to be paid Quarterly at the price Stipulated for Continental Soldiers the other half of s'd Wages to be made Good in L current money of this State the Town having intitled To what Wages the State Shall allow said Soldiers Likewise if any Soldier shall find himself a Blanket Gun Catridge box & Knapsack Shall be entitled to the premium By Law Allowed. "Chatham Jan. 8th 1781. Com'tee Elijah SMITH Jeremiah BRADFORD Bryan PARMELEE James BILL Ithamer PELTON Daniel STEWART Joseph SAGE.

"Voted To Raise a Rate of one penny half penny on the pound To be paid in flower and corn agreeable To a Late act of the General Assembly in order to Supply this State's Soldiers "Voted by this meeting To Raise a Rate of Six pence on the pound on the present List in order to provide for Soldiers families and other Necessary Charges in the Town for the present year. "Gideon HALL Joseph PELTON Enoch SAGE Chancey BULKLEY Capt Daniel BRAINERD Samuel HILL Nehemiah GATES and John MARKHAM are chosen as a Com'tee To Suply the State Soldiers families. April 12th 1781. "Whereas a Com'tee in a former meeting in this Town were appointed To Class the Town agreeable to an act of assembly in order To Raise the Town Quota of Contenantal Soldiers voted the Selectmen of the Town To over see that the Deficientcy if any be Should be Settled according to Said act of assembly. "Voted the Same Com'tee Chosen in a former Town Meeting To Class the Town in order to Rase the Contenantal Troops Should be a Com'tee To Class in order to Raise the Second Division of State Troops. "Voted to appoint a Com'tee to procure Clothing for the Soldiers according to a Late act of the General Assembly the Com'tee Chosen and appointed are Gideon HALL Thomas ROGERS John EDDY jun and Dewey HALL. "Voted to give Said Committee Discreationary orders in Purchasing Said Clothing." July 5th 1781. "Voted by this meting To Raise four pence on the pound Through the Town for Suply of Beef for the army agreeable To a late act of the General assembly. "John BIDWELL Gideon ARNOLD and Enoch SMITH ye 3 are chosen Receivers of provision and Clothing agreeable to a Late act of the General Assembly. "Voted by this meeting that the Soldiers in the Town of Chatham Lately Draughted Called the three months Men Shall be paid out of the Town Treasury Considering the publick Bounty and wages they may Receive as to make them Equal or as Good as the Soldiers were Who were Draughtd the Last Sumer." December 3d 1781. "Thomas BLISS Gideon HALL Hez'h GOODRICH William DIXSON Elijah STOCKING John BATES and Ralph SMITH were Chosen Committee of Suplies or the Soldiers families for the year Ensueing." February 21st 1782, "Eben'r WHITE Esq'r Col'n John PENFIELD were chosen as a Com'tee to represent the Town in Regard To meeting with a Com'tee appointed by the Generall assembly in Respect To Delinquents and Claims To State and Contenential Soldiers. "Voted by this meeting To Raise men for Hose Neck Soldiers according To a late act of the assembly and To Do it by the Town. "Capt. Joseph SAGE Capt. Joseph KELLOGG Ithamer PELTON Josiah STRONG Chancy BULKLEY Capt. Bryan PARMELEE and L't James BILL are Chosen as a Com'tee To procure this Town's Cota of State Soldiers the one half of which may be paid in Grain at the following prices (viz) Wheat at 6/ pr Bushel Rye at four and corn at three and in the Care of the Town Treasurer To Direct where Such Grain Shall Be Delivered. "Collectors Chosen To Gather Said Rate are Amasa DANIELS Thomas COWDERY and Jesse JOHNSON." On December 16th 1782, David WHITE, Noah SMITH, Thomas COOPER, Josiah WHITE, Joseph PELTON, Hezekiah SEARS, Capt. Stephen BRAINERD, Isaac BEVIN, and Benjamin SMITH were Chosen a Committee of Supplies for the year ensuing. "Voted * * the Com'tee of Supplies Should have Liberty of Drawing Money out of the Town Treasury for year Ensuing by order of the Selectmen To Support the Soldiers' families." March 10th 1783, Thomas WILLIAMS was chosen a committee of Supplies for the "present" year. "Voted by this meeting the Selectmen of the Town Shall have full power To Settle with Some former Com'tees of Supplies according to their Best Discreation on account of Depreciation of State orders which They Raised in pay for Supporting Soldiers' families." "At a Town meeting held in Chatham the 25th of Sept'r 1783 Warned for the purpose of Chusing a Com'tee if found proper to joiyne the Convention which is to Set at Middletown the 30th Septem'r Instant by adjournment in order To Consult about Some Public concerne * * * * it being put to vote by ye moderator whether we would Send a Deligate To Joyn Said Convention at Middletown Voted in the Negative." In the Revolution it is probable that if a complete list of persons between the ages of 15 and 50, able to bear arms, could be recovered, the list of those who served would be considerably larger than those who did not. In all probability nearly all served for a longer or shorter period during those trying times. A few names * (Some of these names are also mentioned in the history of Portland, which was then included in the town of Chatham.) of those who saw active service have been recovered from the town records and other sources, and the list as far as it goes is thought to be reliable.

List taken from the town treasurer's book, of soldiers to whom bounties were paid in 1781-82: Sergeant Beriah WHEELER, Hewit ALVORD, Jabez RANNEY, Jesse MORGAN, William GRAY, John WELSH, Stephen ACKLEY, Samuel CASWELL, Stephen ACKLEY jr. Andrew CORNWALL, John FULLER, Richard BEEBE, Randall SHATTUCK, Martin STILES, Ebenezer BROWN, William EXTON, Abishai PENFIELD, Hopkins WEST, James COOK, Elijah GREEN, Ashahel CHENEY, Elijah ABELL, Ichabod BAILEY, Ephraim NORCUTT, Richard STRUCKLAND, David SNOW, John STOCKING, George PELTON, Josiah GOFF, Col. Samuel PENFIELD, Samuel FOX, William NORCUTT, James BAILEY, Daniel BLISS, Jabez HALL, Jesse KNEELAND, Aaron WEST, Joel BACON, Nathaniel ROBERTS, Amos RICH, Isaac JOHNSON, Henry GOSLIN, Reuben PAYNE, George CARRY, John WRIGHT, Ithamar PELTON, Abraham BAILEY, Daniel MILLER, Daniel LEE, Samuel BROWN, Capt. Churchill's son, Sparrow SMITH, Joseph SHEPHERD, Abijah FULLER jr., Stephen GATES, Roland PERCIVAL, Capt. STEWART, Amos RANNEY, Jonah STRICKLAND, Daniel BURTON, Daniel LANE, Ephriam BRIGGS, Joel HOUSE.

According to Middle Haddam church records, Asa BRAINERD died in the camp, December 1775; Gilbert died in the camp, March 1776; Jesse SWADDLE died returning from captivity, December 1776; Josiah ARNOLD died returning from captivity, January 3d 1777; John SMITH died at Milford returning from captivity, January 15th 1777;Elisha TAYLOR jr. died, "returned from captivity last Saturday, January 23d 1777;" Seth DOANE jr. returned from captivity same day as TAYLOR, January 30th 1777; John SNOW died at Milford returning from captivity, some time in January 1777; Jesse HIGGINS jr. died at Danbury of an accidental wound, November 24th 1777; Jonathan COOK jr. died at New York, a prisoner, November 1777; Seth HIGGINS died a prisoner in New YORK, August 1777; Heman HIGGINS, died in the army, December 1778; Nathaniel RICH was killed in the action at Norwalk, July 11th 1779; Jabez ARNOLD jr. died at East Haven, on a tour of the militia, August 9th 1779; Capt. David BROOKS, Nathaniel STOCKING, Jonathan BRAINARD jr., William AKINS, Elisha COOK, Elijah GREEN, James STOCKING, died in New York, June 4th 1782.

From various scources, thought to be reliable. Abel ABELL, Nathaniel CONE, Daniel MORGAN, Elihu HUBBARD, Richard MAYO, jr., Capt. Seth DOANE, Reuben STOCKING, John H. STRONG, Joseph HURD, Benjamin HURD, Jesse HURD, Jacob HURD, Major Jonathan BOWERS, Timothy CLARK, Jacob NORTON, Dolphin, a slave, Joshua FRANK, colored, David CLARK, DANIEL CLARK, Stephen CLARK, Elijah CLARK, died 1777, Amos CLARK, Philo CLARK, Daniel CHURCHILL, Gideon COOK, died August 19th 1776, in New York, in the army; Henry STROWBRIDGE, John TROWBRIDGE, Judah WEST, Ichabod STODDARD, Benjamin COBB, Dr. Amos SKEELS, Dr. Robert USHER, Dr. Elias NORTON, Capt. Silas DUNHAM, Capt. Stephen BRAINERD, Capt. Stephen OLMSTEAD, Stephen OLMSTEAD jr., Daniel JUDD jr., Nathaniel WHITE, Peter PARKER, Capt. Stephen GRIFFITH, Nathaniel ACKLEY, Sylvester SUMMERS, John JOHNSON, Lieut. MARCUS COLE, Abner COLE, Hendrick COLE, Moses COOK, Nehemiah GATES, Soloman BAILEY, Michael SMITH, Samuel YOUNG, Stephen KNOWLTON jr., Ebenezer ROWLEY, John CHURCH, Lemuel SCOVILLE, Nathan SCOVILLE, Rev. Benjamin BOARDMAN, Amasa ARCHER, Ichabod LUCAS, Samuel KILBOURN, Timothy KILBOURN, killed in the battle of Bunker Hill; Othniel BRAINERD, Sela BRAINERD, Philip WHITE, Comfort BEEBE, Eli BIGELOW, John HILL, Elisha NILES, John MARKHAM, Lieut. Titus CARRIER, John NILES, Robert DINGWELL, Joshua GRIFFITH, Joseph DART, Sergeant Thomas HUBBARD, Seth KNOWLES, Abner STOCKING, David STRONG, Richard FLOOD, John RICH, Samuel RICH, Cornelius RICH jr., Lieut. David SMITH.

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Deacon Gideon Arnold's Timeline

February 17, 1735
East Hampton, Middlesex County, Connecticut, United States
March 22, 1763
Middlesex County, Connecticut, United States
September 5, 1765
East Hampton (Chatham), Hartford, CT
June 11, 1767
East Hampton, Middlesex, Connceticut
January 10, 1768
East Hampton (Chatham), Middlesex, CT
June 6, 1769
East Hampton, New London County, Connecticut Colony
April 19, 1772
November 16, 1776
East Hampton (Chatham), Middlesex, CT
January 12, 1779