3 edition of Seth Read, lieut-col. Continental Army found in the catalog.
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Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the Revolutionary War (Part 2 of 4) ELDRIDGE, EBEN. Private, Capt. John Russell's co.; service from Sept. 30, , to Nov. 22, , 1 mo. 22 days; company raised for defence of seacoast and stationed at Martin's (Martha's) Vineyard under Maj. Barachiah Bassett. Bitva u Bunker Hillu (anglicky Battle of Bunker Hill) se odehrála června a představovala jednu z prvních bitev americké revoluční šlo k ní během obléhání britské koloniální armády umístěné v Bostonu americkou kontinentální éno získala po kopci Bunker Hill v dnešní čtvrti Charlestown, na levém (severním) břehu řeky Charles, severně od.
General Washington Orders Declaration of Independence Read to Army in New York “the Hon ble Continental Congress haveing been plea d to Desolve Connection Between this country & great Britain & to declare the united Colonys of North America free & Independent States the Several Brigades are to be Drawn us [up] this Evening on their Respective Parades at 6 oclock when the Deleration of. UNITS, COMMANDERS, STAFF MEMBERS, AND MEMBERS OF UNITS MENTIONED IN THIS NARRATIVE. HIGHER UNITS. SHAEF (Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Forces).
General Jacob Bailey, a revolutionary officer, aged [North American Review - May - sub. by K. Torp] LT. Richard Bailey - a died in Berlin, Vt., 14 June. At the time of the battle of Bunker Hill, he lived in the town of Haverhill, Mass. Receiving the news of the battle, while in the field with his plough, he immediately turned out his team, took his gun and cartouch box which had. Enlisted , served 2 months, 24 days; a1so company return dated Septem ; also return of men raised to serve in Continental Army from Capt. Samuel Read's Co. Engaged from town of Uxbridge, joined Capt. Knap's Co., Col. Shepard's Regt. Discharged Febru .
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Seth Read, Lieut.-Col. Continental Army: Pioneer at Geneva, New York,and at Erie, Penn., June, His Ancestors and Descendants Paperback – Febru by Mary Hunter Buford (Author) See all 9 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Lieut-col. Continental Army book Mary Hunter Buford. Excerpt from Seth Read: Lieut.-Col. Continental Army; Pioneer at Geneva, New York,and at Erie, Penn;, June, ; His Ancestors and Descendants This genealogy and the little sketch of the life of Seth Read, were commenced several years ago, as the result of interest roused by gathering data necessary for admission to the Society of the Author: Mary Hunter Buford.
Seth Read, lieut-col. Continental Army: pioneer at Geneva, New York,and at Erie, Penn., June, his ancestors and descendants by Buford, Mary Hunter Pages: Seth Read, Lieut-col.
Continental Army: Pioneer at Geneva, New York, Item PreviewPages: Early life. Read was born in Uxbridge, Massachusetts, the son of John and Lucy married Eunice Taft of Uxbridge on His father John, served in the French and Indian Wars.
Military service. He was a lieutenant colonel at the battles of Lexington and Concord in April Thereafter, until the end ofhe served as colonel in command of several regiments of the Battles/wars: Lexington and Concord.
Seth Read (March 6, – Ma ) was born in Uxbridge, Worcester County, Massachusetts, and died at Erie, Erie County, Pennsylvania, as "Seth Reed", at age Contents[show] Biography Early life He was the son of Lieutenant John Read, and Lucy Read.
John Read had received his military title through active service in the French and Indian war. Seth Read's brothers and sisters were Born: March 6, Get this from a library.
Seth Read, lieut-col. Continental Army: pioneer at Geneva, New York,and at Erie, Penn., June, his ancestors and descendants. [Mary Lieut-col. Continental Army book Buford]. Joseph Read (March 6, – Septem ) was a soldier and a colonel in the American Revolutionary War.
Read was born in Uxbridge, Massachusetts, the son of John and Lucy Read. He married Eunice Taft of Uxbridge on His father John, served in the French and Indian s/wars: Lexington and Concord. Seth Read, lieut-col. Continental Army: pioneer at Geneva, New York,and at Erie, Penn., June, his ancestors and descendants / (Boston: [s.n.], ), by Mary Hunter Buford (page images at HathiTrust) History of the Reed family in Europe and America.
Seth Read, lieut.-col. Continental Army, pioneer at Geneva, New York,and at Erie, Penn., June A twentieth century history of Erie County, Pennsylvania. Geneva is a city in Ontario and Seneca counties in the U.S.
state of New is at the northern end of Seneca Lake; all land portions of the city are within Ontario County; the water portions are in Seneca population at the census.
The city is supposedly named after the city and canton of Geneva in Switzerland. The main settlement of the Seneca was spelled County: Ontario, Seneca. Col. Joseph Read was born 6 March in Uxbridge, Worcester County, Massachusetts to John Read () and Lucy Read and died 22 September inBrookfield, Worcester County, Massachusetts of unspecified causes.
He married Eunice Taft () 22 November in Uxbridge, Worcester County, Massachusetts. Joseph Read was a soldier and a colonel in the Father: John Read (). Early Life.
Read was born in Uxbridge, Massachusetts, the son of John and Lucy married Eunice Taft of Uxbridge on Military Service. He was a lieutenant colonel at the battles of Lexington and Concord in April Thereafter, until the end ofhe served as colonel in command of several regiments of the Massachusetts Line.
. Look at other dictionaries: Uxbridge (Massachusetts) — Uxbridge Pueblo de los Estados Unidos Taft Brothers Block Wikipedia Español. Uxbridge (Massachusetts) — Uxbridge городок состояния Массачусетса, в США. populacion был 11, в Город известен для фабрики кашемира и военных форм. The Battle of Bunker Hill was a battle fought on Jduring the Siege of Boston in the early stages of the American Revolutionary battle is named after Bunker Hill in Charlestown, Boston, which was peripherally involved in the battle, and was the original objective of both the colonial and British troops, though the vast majority of combat took place on the adjacent Breed's Date: J COL.
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There are records of the following Corys called to arms for the alarm of Apr at Concord and Lexington, Mass. The Record of Connecticut Men in the Military and Naval Service during the War of the Revolution, Edited by Henry P.
Johnston, A.M. Under authority of The Adjutant-General of Connecticut. Remarkable manuscript book containing two separate versions of Washington’s General Orders of July 9,announcing to the Continental Army in New York that Congress had formally declared the 13 colonies to be independent of Great Britain.
The Battle of Bunker Hill took place on Jmostly on and around Breed's Hill, during the Siege of Boston early in the American Revolutionary battle is named after the adjacent Bunker Hill, which was peripherally involved in the battle and was the original objective of both colonial and British troops, and is occasionally referred to as the "Battle of Breed's Hill.".
MA01 Warren, John: Additional military information: men raised to serve in the Continental Army from Capt. Nathan Hamilton's (1st) co., Col. Converse's (4th Worcester Co.) regt.; residence, Brookfield; engaged for town of Brookfield; joined Capt.
Martin's co., Col. Biglow's regt.; term, 3 years; also, return made by a committee for settling.Also great-great-grandson of Gen. Daniel Morgan. Also great-grandson of Lieut. Col. Presley Neville, aide-de-camp to Gens.
Lincoln and Lafayette. Also great-grandson of Lieut. Col. Charles Simms, 2d Regiment Virginia Continental Infantry. Edward Amory Trescot, Great-great-grandson of Stephen Bull, General in Continental Army.MEMBERS who are ACTUAL SONS of SOLDIERS OF THE REVOLUTION JOHN ADAMS, of Holden, Mass., born May 9,son of Elisha Adams, of Dublin, New Hampshire, borndiedwhose name appears in the New Hampshire Revolutionary Rolls of six months' men raised to serve in the Continental Army at West Point in