Register of the Empire State Society of the Sons of the American Revolution; Containing an Account of the Origin of the Sons of the American Revolutio

 
9781235852626: Register of the Empire State Society of the Sons of the American Revolution; Containing an Account of the Origin of the Sons of the American Revolutio
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1899 Excerpt: ... necticut Line; participated in all engagements of his regiment, including Germantown, Monmouth and Stony Point. Three brothers, Reuben, Ansel and Allen, also served in the army, Ansel being killed at Monmouth. (Hubbard Fox's name appears on the Connecticut rolls as Hobart Fox.)--Frederick Paul Fox. SAMUEL FOX: Born in Connecticut, Oct. 6, 1756 (or 1757); died at West Dryden, N. Y.; enlisted in May, 1775, from Glastonbury, Conn., for seven months, and was stationed at Roxbury, Mass., for siege of Boston, in Capt. Hanchett's Co., Col. Spencer's Regt.; served two months in 1776 on Long Island; in February, 1777, enlisted for the war under Capt. Barnard and Col. Samuel Wyllys; appointed Corporal in July, 1780; detached as Light Infantry under Major J. P. Wyllys and sent to the command of Lafayette in Virginia; in engagement at mouth of James River and at Cornwallis' surrender; afterwards transferred to Capt. Spalding's Co., Col. Butler's Regt., and discharged in June, 1783.--Mehlile Reuben Webster. WILLIAM FOX: Member of the Tryon County, N. Y., Committee of Safety, Captain of Tryon County Militia, and fought at the battle of Oriskany.--Edward Ten Eyck Lansing, Wm. Fredk, Lansing. FREDERICK FRALEY (or Frailey): Of Pennsylvania; born in 1742; died in 1823; private in 5th Regt. of Foot, commanded by Ensign Wm. Perkins of Philadelphia; enlisted Sept. 21, 1782; in active service Oct. 15, 1782; probably in service before and after those dates.--John Urban Fraley. AMOS FRANCIS: Born in Sheffield, Conn.; died in Wallingford, Conn.; enlisted July 11, 1775, in Capt. Street Hall's Co., Col. Chas. Webb's Regt.; term expired December, 1775, participated in siege of Boston,--Alfred Kendall Thompson. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN: The fifteenth child of a family of 17 children, born in ...

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