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Adams, Simon, (1748-1825) served as sergeant and captain in the Massachusetts troops under Col. John Collar. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Columbia, N. Y.

Ames, Aaron, (1759-1824) served as private under Captains Gates and Morse, Massachusetts Line. He was born and died in Marlboro, Mass.

Ames, James, (1735-1821) served as a private in Capt. Nehemiah May's company, Col. David Leonard's regiment, 1777, Continental army. He was born in Marlborough, Mass.; died in Ashfield.

Ames, Robert, (1738-1821) served as private at the Lexington Alarm and at the siege of Boston under Capt. Daniel Barnes. He was born and died in Marlboro, Mass.

Amsden, Uriah, (1725-1794) was a signer of the Association Test of Henniker, N. H. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Henniker, N. H.

Angier, John, (1724-1793), served as a private in the Massachusetts militia 1776. He was born in Marlboro; died in Southboro.

Angier, Silas, (1737-1808), was a volunteer in Capt. Gershom Drury's company which marched from Temple to reenforce the army 1777. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Fitzwilliam, N. H.

Arnold, Joseph, Was second lieutenant in the Middlesex county militia, 1776, and 1780, served as lieutenant under Col. Cyprion Howe. He died in 1796, in Marlboro were he was born

Avery, Richard, (1763-1834), enlisted from Marlboro, Mass., as fifer for three years in Capt. Joseph Bates' company, Col. John Brooks' regiment. He was placed on the pension roll for two years actual service as fifer, Mass. line. In 1843 his widow received a pension. He

Axtell, Daniel, (1734-1799) in 1777 was a private in Capt. Moses Harrington's company, Colonel Dike's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Grafton, Vt. He also served several enlistments, 1775-80, under different commands, Massachusetts troops.

Bailey, Benjamin, (1713-1790) enlisted as a private in Capt. Joseph Bellow's company, Major Bridges' regiment, and, 1777, marched on the Bennington Alarm, Col. Warner's regiment, Stark's brigade. He was born in Marlboro; died in Bolton, Mass.

Baker, Sherebiah, (1747-1823) served as sergeant under Captain Sadler and Colonel Wheelock. He was born in Marlboro; died in Orange, Mass.

Ball, James, (1754-1834) was placed on the pension roll, 1827, for service as private, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Marlborough, Mass.; died in Newark, Vt.

Barber, Ephraime, (1748-1817), served as sergeant at the Lexington Alarm and as lieutenant, 1778, at the Rhode Island Alarm. He was born in Worcester; died in Marlboro, Mass.

Barnard, Joel, (1732-1775), was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm and died of camp fever at Dorchester Heights. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.

Barnes, Asa, (1756-1812), was a private in Capt. Silas Gates' Co., Ward's regiment, 1775. He was born in Marlboro.

Barnes, Daniel, (1736-1813), was captain of Ward's Massachusetts regiment, 1775, and of the Continental infantry, 1776, and was retired, 1779. He was born in Marlboro, Mass., died in Chelsea, Vt.

Barnes, John, (1763-1834), was placed on the pension roll of Orange Co., Vt., 1818, for service of private in the Massachusetts Continental Line. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Chelsea, Vt.

Barnes, Moses, (1740-1781) served as sergeant at the Lexington Alarm. In 1776 he was captain of Middlesex militia; served until wounded, 1779, which caused his death in Marlboro, Mass., where he was born.

Barns, Edward Jr., (1744-1803), was commissioned major of Gen. Artemas Ward's regiment, 1775, and promoted lieutenant colonel of the32nd Regiment, 1776. He died at Marlboro.
Beaujean, Charles, Of Marlborough, served as sergeant in Capt. William Treadwell's company, Col. John Crane's artillery, 1777-1779.

Bennett, Joseph, 1781, enlisted from Marlborough at the age of sixteen, and served to the close of the war.

Bent, Peter, (1707-1798) served as a minute man at the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Massachusetts; died in Marlboro, Mass.

Bigelow, Ivory, (1741-1804), served at the Lexington Alarm as a private and was lieutenant in Capt. Benjamin Munroe's company, 1778. He was born and died in Marlboro, Mass.

Bigelow, Jotham, (1717-1786) was a member of the War Council, 1777, of Vermont. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Guilford, Vt.

Bigelow, Timothy, (1738-1817), was a private in Capt. William Morse's company of volunteers to reënforce Gen. Horatio Gates, 1777. He was born and died in Marlboro.

Bigelow, William, (1764-1807) enlisted, 1781, in the Revolution from Marlboro, Mass., where he was born and died.

Bourne, Abner, (1748-1806) responded to the Lexington Alarm as sergeant in Capt. Isaac Wood's company, and, 1776, as lieutenant in Capt. Nehemiah Allen's company; 1778-80, commanded a company from Middleboro under Col. Ebenezer White. He was born in Pembroke; died in Ma

Boyd, William, (1735-1817) was a private and quartermaster in Captain Barnes' company, Colonel Ward, Massachusetts regiment. He was born and died in Marlboro, Mass.

Bradford, Edith Howe, (1744-1822) and her mother wove cloth which they made into clothes for the soldiers. Among the recruits were her brothers, Darius and Bezaleel. She was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Tunbridge, Vt.

Brigham, Aaron, (1762-1831) served as private in Capt. Amasa Cranston's company, Col. Samuel Denins' regiment, 1779. He was born and died in Marlboro, Mass.

Brigham, Antipas, (1740-1791) served as corporal and sergeant in Captain Barnes' company, Colonel Ward's regiment, Massachusetts militia. He was born and died in Marlboro, Mass.

Brigham, Asa, (1729-1806), served as a private in the militia, 1778. He was born in Marlboro, where he died

Brigham, Charles, (1700-1797), served as Justice of the Peace, 1778. He was born in Marlboro; died in Grafton.

Brigham, Daniel, (1760-1807) was private under Captains Morse, Barns and Pritchard, Colonels Read and Haine, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Bridgton, Maine.

Brigham, Daniel, (1760-1818), volunteered 1777, to re-ënforce Gates and served several enlistments under different commands. He was born in Marlboro, where he died

Brigham, George, (1730-1808) was a member of a committee from Middlesex County to raise men for New York and Canada. He was born and died in Marlboro, Mass.

Brigham, Gershom, (1749-1817), was a minute man from Marlboro under Capt. William Brigham at Concord, 1775. He was born in Marlboro, Mass., died in Fayston, Vt.

Brigham, Henry, (1752-1829) turned out as sergeant on the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Silas Gates' company, Colonel Ward's regiment. He was born in Marlboro; was a minute man from Marlboro at the Lexington Alarm under Capt. William Brigham. He died in Barre.

Brigham, Joel, (1714-1797) responded to the Lexington Alarm as a private in Capt. Cyprian Howe's company, Col. Jonathan Ward's regiment, from Cambridge, Mass. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Madison, N. Y.

Brigham, Jonathan, (1754-1848) served as private in Capt. Daniel Barnes' company, Col. Jonathan Ward's regiment which marched on the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Mayville, N. Y.

Brigham, Levi, 1716-1787), was delegate to the Provincial Congress, 1775. He was commissioned lieutenant colonel, 1776, of the Worcester County regiment of militia. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Northboro

Brigham, Lewis, (1756-1803), served at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. William Brigham's company, Col. Jonathan Ward's regiment. He was born and died in Marlboro.

Brigham, Paul, (1737-1777) served as lieutenant and later captain of the 5th company, Col. Ezekiel Howe's Massachusetts regiment. He was born and died in Marlboro, Mass

Brigham, Paul, (1761-1838) enlisted age eighteen, 1780, from Marlborough in Capt. Thomas Pritchard's company, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in St. Albans, Vt.

Brigham, Phineas, (1757-1813) served as private in Capt. Joseph Cole's company, Col. John Jacob's regiment. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Eaton, N. Y.

Brigham, Samuel, (1756-1830) was among the volunteers 1777 from Dartmouth College who marched to reenforce the army at Saratoga. In 1777, was a private in Capt. Brooks' company, Col. Dike's regiment, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Marlboro; died in Boylston, Mass.

Brigham, William, (1735-1793), commanded a company of minute men at the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Marlboro, Mass., where he died.

Brigham, William, (1742-1813) commanded a company at the Lexington Alarm in Col. Jonathan Ward's Mass. regiment. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Tunbridge, Vt.

Brigham, Winslow, (1736-1791) was a delegate to the convention for framing the State Constitution, 1780. He was born and died in Marlboro, Mass.

Bruce, Daniel Jr., (1701-1790) served as private, 1777, in Captain Holman's company, Colonel Doolittle's regiment, Massachusetts Line. Responded, 1775, to the call for troops from Bolton as did also his son Daniel. He was born in Marlboro; died in Berlin, Mass.

Bush, Ziba, Was placed on the pension roll of Berkshire County, Mass. 1818, for service as private, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Marlborough, Mass.; died, 1844, in Monterey, Mass.

Chapman, John, Served as a private in Captains Taylor and Deming's company, Massachusetts service. He was born in England; died in Marlboro, Mass.

Church, Noah, Served as private under Captains Deming and Collar, Colonel Ashley's regiment, Berkshire County, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Marlboro; died in New Marlboro, Mass.

Colburn, Amos, (1744-1795) in 1776 was lieutenant in Capt. Daniel Livermore's company, 3rd New Hampshire regiment. He was born in Marlboro; died in Chesterfield, N. H.

Collins, William, (1762-1809) enlisted, 1779, from Southboro, Mass., and served as private in Capt. Thomas Fishe's company, Col. Nathan Tyler's regiment. He was born in Southboro; died in Marlboro, Mass.

Dawes, William Jr., (1745-1799), was a messenger sent by the Committee of Safety to inform the towns the British troops were leaving Boston and marching on Concord. He was born in Boston; died in Marlboro, Mass.

Dexter, John, (1735-1800), enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Silas Gates' company, Col. Artemus Ward's regiment, and in 1777 in Capt. William Morris' company, Col. Jonathan Reed's regiment. He was born in Dedham; died in Marlboro, Mass

Dodge, John, (1754-1814) was a private, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Brookfield; died in Marlboro, Mass.

Drury, Luke, (1737-1811), led the Grafton minute men at the Lexington alarm and was detailed to guard the government stores at Dorchester Heights. In 1781 he served as lieutenant colonel at West Point. He was born in Grafton; died in Marlboro, Mass.

Dunn, John, (1761-1832) received a pension for service as private in the Massachusetts troops under Colonel Reed. He was born in Marlboro; died in Sterling, Mass.

Eager, Bazaleel, (1713-1787), was a member of the Committee of Correspondence of Northboro. He was born in Marlboro; died in Northboro, Mass.

Eager, Luke, (1748-1807), responded to the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Cyprian Howe's company. He served as sergeant 1780 to re-enforce the Continental Army in Rhode Island. He was born and died in Marlboro.

Eager, Uriah, (1700-1780), responded to the Lexington Alarm from Marlboro, Mass., where he was born and died.

Eager, Uriah Jr., (1740-1813) marched on the Lexington Alarm and was engaged in the battle of Bunker Hill. He was born and died in Marlboro, Mass.

Eames, Robert, (1733-1821), served as a minute man from Marlboro in Capt. Daniel Barns' company, Col. Jonathan Ward's regiment, 1775.

Felton, Joel, (1762-1829), served as a private in the militia. He was born in Marlboro, Mass., where he died.

Felton, John, (1741-1820) served, 1777, as a corporal in Capt. James Lewis' company, Col. Daniel Moore's New Hampshire regiment. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Clarence, N. Y.

Felton, Stephen, (1752-1827), turned out at the Lexington alarm in Capt. Daniel Barns' company, and was at Bunker Hill. He was born at Marlboro, where he is buried and his grave has been marked by the S. A. R.

Forbes, Daniel, (1710-1780), was a member of the General Court. He was born in Marlboro and died in Westboro

Forbush, David, (1721-1785), was a member of the Committee of Safety and a minute man from Grafton at the Lexington alarm. He was born in Marlboro; died in Grafton, Mass.

Gates, John, (1764-1839), enlisted from Marlboro, at sixteen, in Col. Benjamin Tupper's regiment and served to the close of the war. He died at St. Albans, Vt.

Gates, Jonathan, (1746-1808) enlisted from Hubbardston, Mass., in Capt. Knowlton's company. He was born in Marlboro; died in Hubbardston, Mass

Gates, Silas, (1727-1793) commanded a company which was called out on the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Marlboro, Mass.

Gates, Sylvanus, (1748-1836), served as a matross at Dorchester Heights and, 1777, enlisted in Capt. David Prouty's company of Worcester county, Massachusetts troops to reënforce the northern army. He was born in Marlboro, Mass., removed, 1815, to Mount Pleasant, Penna.,

Goodale, Abner, (1755-1823) served as private in Captain Gates' company, Colonel Ward's regiment, Massachusetts troops. He was born and died in Marlboro, Mass., was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm and served at the siege of Boston in Capt. Silas Cates' company of Massachusetts militia. He was born in Marlboro, Mass., where he died.

Goodall, David, (1749-1830), a graduate of Dartmouth, served in the expedition to defend Fort Prescott. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Littleton, N. H.

Goodenow, John, Served as private and sergeant in Captain Munroe's company, Massachusetts troops. He was born, 1751, in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Brownfield, Maine.

Guliker, John, 1738-1789), was taken prisoner on the privateer "Tartar," confined at Halifax until exchanged, 1777. He commanded the privateers "Congress" and "Favorite," 1778. In this daring service he had many narrow escapes; born in England; died in Marlboro, Ma

Hagar, Ebenezer, (1728-1798) responded to the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Cyprian How's company. He was born in Framingham; died in Marlborough Mass.

Hall, Ezra, (1754-1818), Served as sergeant in Capt. Noah Allen's company, Col. Calvin Smith's regiment, in the Burgoyne campaign. He was born in Enfield, Conn.; died in Marlboro, Mass.

Hapgood, Thomas, (1747-1822) served as private in Capt. William Morse's company, Col. Jonathan Reade's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Massachusetts; died in Marlboro, Mass.

Hapgood, Thomas, (1747-1822), enlisted 1777, to reënforce the army under Gen. Horatio Gates. He was born and died in Marlboro.

Harmon, Asa, Was a private in Capt. Zenas Wheeler's company, Colonel Hopkins' Berkshire County, Massachusetts militia. He was born, 1730, in Marlboro, Mass., where he died.

Harrington, Daniel, (1707-1795), was a member of the Committee of Correspondence of Marlboro, 1775, and a minute man at Lexington.

Harrington, John, (1743-1824), turned out at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Daniel Barnes' company. He was born at Marlboro, where he died.

Hemenway, Silas, (1744-1830) served as lieutenant with Capt. Isaac Harrington, Col. Job Cushing's regiment 1778 in the Worcester County militia. He was born in Marlboro; died in Shrewsbury, Mass.

Herrick, Ebenezer, (1759-1842) served as a private in Captain Richardson's company, Colonel Garrick's regiment, New Hampshire State troops. He was born in Reading, Mass.; died in Marlborough.

Holland, Ivory, (1740-1820), was at the battles of Harlem Heights, White Plains and the Burgoyne campaign. He was regimental quartermaster of Col. Rufus Putnam's Massachusetts regiment, at the close of the war and received the brevet of captain; served as lieutenant and quartermaster in the 5th Massachusetts regiment under Col. Rufus Putnam. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Richfield, Otsego County N. Y.

Hosmer, Daniel, (1734-1796) served as 2d lieutenant in the Massachusetts troops under Capt. Joseph Hosmer and Col. Eleazer Brooks. He was born and died in Concord, Mass.

How, Cyprain, (1726-1806) commanded a company under Col. Henry Gardiner, 4th regiment, Middlesex County, Massachusetts militia; was promoted lieutenant colonel, 1776, and colonel, 1779. He was born and died in Marlboro, Mass.

Howe, Adonijah, (1737-1800), marched from Princeton as lieutenant at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Boaz Moore's company. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Princeton.

Howe, Artemus, (1742-1813) enlisted, 1775, in Capt. Dan Howe's company, Col. Samuel Holden Parsons' 10th regiment. He was born and died in Marlborough, Mass.

Howe, Artemus, (1753-1800) served as captain of a company from Braintree which marched on the alarm of 1775. He was born in Marlboro; died in Oakham, Mass.

Howe, Bezeleel, (1750-1825) entered the army as a private and in 1776 was lieutenant of the 1st New Hampshire regiment. He was wounded at Stillwater. At the close of the war he was aide-de-camp to Washington, with rank of captain. In 1783 he was ordered to take the baggage of the Commander-in-Chief and all the papers relating to the war and convey them to Mount Vernon under sufficient guard. He was born in Marlborough, Mass.; died in New York City.

Howe, Darius, (1746-1833) served as corporal, 1777, and lieutenant, 1781, in Massachusetts Line. He was born and died in Marlboro, Mass.

Howe, Edith, (1744-1822), and her mother wove cloth which they made into clothes for the soldiers. Among the recruits were her brother Darius and Bezaleel. She was born in Marlboro, Mass., and died in Tunbridge, Vt.

Howe, Eliakim, (1723-1805), signed the Association Test of New Hampshire 1776 and was a member of the Alarm list of Henneker. He was born in Marlboro, Mass., removed to Henneker, 1763, was a signer of the Association Test and on the committee to fill the quota for the Continental army. He was a member of the Alarm list of Henneker, N. H., where he lived during the Revolution. He was born in Marlboro, Mass., and died in Brower Maine.

Howe, Fortunatus, (1760-1831), was placed on the pension roll 1818, for service as private in the Massachusetts Line. He was born in Marlboro, Mass., where he died.

Howe, Micah, (1759-1842), enlisted in Capt. Andrew Haskell's company, 1776; re-enlisted and was at the surrender of Burgoyne. In 1832 his pension was allowed for two years actual service as private Massachusetts line. His second wife was allowed a pension in 1853; served as private in Colonel Marshall's regiment, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Bradford, N. H.

Howe, Nehemiah, (1721-1777) was a member of the Committee of Safety of New Hampshire, 1777. He was born in Marlborough, Mass.; died in Poultney, Vt.

Howe, Otis, Signed the Assocation Test in Henniker, N. H. He was born 1748 in Marlboro, Mass., died after 1795.

Howe, Peter, (1756-1842) enlisted, 1777, as a soldier in Capt. Ebenezer Allen's company, Colonel Herrick's regiment of Rangers. He was at the battles of Bennington, Mt. Defiance, Diamond Island, and Stillwater. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Ohio.

Howe, Peter, Served as lieutenant in Capt. Amasa Cranson's Marlboro company 1776. He was born in Marlboro, Mass., 1730; died in Barnard, Vt.

Howe, Samuel, (1756-1842) was placed on the pension roll of Essex County, Vt., 1832, for service as private, Massachusetts militia. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Guildhall, Vt.

Howe, Simon, (1722-1806), was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm. His name is found on the roll of the first three years' men. He was born in Marlboro, where he died.

Howe, Uriah Jr., (1751-1813) served as private in Capt. Davis Howlett's company, Colonel Ashley's regiment, New Hampshire militia, to reenforce the Continental Army at Ticonderoga, 1777. He was baptized in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Jericho, Vt.

Hudson, John, (1713-1799) who had fought in the early wars, gave service during the Revolution, as did his eight sons, served as private in the Massachusetts troops under Capt. Samuel Wood and Colonel Ward. He was born in Marlborough; died in Berlin, Mass.

Hudson, Stephen, 1777, at the age of sixteen, enlisted from Marlborough for three years. He was captured, but survived the sufferings of the prison ship and lived until 1827.

Hunt , Samuel, (1745-1812) enlisted, 1780, serving in Capt. Amos Foster's company, Col.
Cyprian How's regiment, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Sudbury; died in Marlborough, Mass.

Hunter, Edward  , (1716-1797) served, 1777-79, as Selectman from Marlborough, Mass., where he was born and died.

Hunter, Jonathan, (1753-1834), was placed on the pension roll of Clinton Co., 1831, for service of private in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Plattsburg, N. Y.

Hunter, Samuel, (1745-1812) enlisted, 1780, serving in Capt. Amos Foster's company, Col. Cyprian How's regiment, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Sudbury; died in Marlborough, Mass.

Knapp, Peter, (1741-1804) served as private, 1775, from Marlboro, Mass., in Col. J. Glover's regiment. He was born in Rehoboth, Mass.; died in Hanover, N. H.

Knowlton, Abraham, (1750-1807) served, 1780, in Capt. Thomas Baker's company, Col. Nathaniel Tyler's regiment, on the Rhode Island Alarm. He was born in Marlboro; died in Shrewsbury, Mass.

Leonard, Ezra, (1711-1798) served on the Committee of Safety of Hardwick, 1774, and turned out at the Lexington Alarm under Capt. Edmund Hodges. He was born in Marlboro; died in Wilbraham.

Maynard, Ephraim, (1745-1826) served as private at the Lexington Alarm under Capt. Cyprian Howe. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.

Maynard, Hezekiah, (1742-1824) served as private and sergeant Massachusetts troops under Captains Daniel Barnes and Rob Cutting, Colonels Johnathan Ward and McIntosh. He was born and died in Marlboro, Mass.

Maynard, Joseph, Responded to the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Silas Gates' company, Colonel Ward's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Marlborough, Mass.

Morse, Joseph, (1721-1779), was captain of Continental infantry, 1776; promoted major, 1778. He was born in Marlboro; died in Boylston, Mass

Morse, Stephen, (1759-1836) served as a private in Capt. Benjamin Munroe's company, Colonel Sprout's regiment, Massachusetts troops. He was born and died in Marlboro, Mass

Morse, William, (1738-1802), served as lieutenant at the Lexington Alarm and commanded a company, 1776, in Col. Ezekiel Howes' Middlesex County, Massachusetts Regiment. His resignation is dated 1780, from Marlboro, Mass., the town where he died.

Newton, Elnathan, (1724-1792) was a signer of the Association Test at Marlborough, N. H., where he died. He was born in Marlborough, Mass.

Newton, Jason, (1736-1812) served as private in Capt. Asa Barnes' company, Colonel Patterson's regiment, Massachusetts minute men. He was born in Marlboro; died in Lanesboro, Mass.

Newton, Jonas, (1730-1810) was lieutenant in Capt. Ralph Earle's company, Col. Samuel Denny's regiment. He was born in Marlboro; died in Leicester, Mass.

Newton, Timothy, (1728-1811), was a member of the Committee of Safety of Hardwick and also served in the militia. He was born in Marlboro; died in Hardwick, Mass.

Newton, Uriah, (1736-1805) served as private on the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Boaz Moore's company, Col. Ephraim Doolittle's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Marlboro; died in Princeton, Mass.

Page, Simon, (1732-1775) was a private in Capt. Cyprian Howe's company on the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in camp.

Phelps, John, (1709-1787), who had given active service in the French and Indian war, served also as minute man in the Revolution. He was born in Marlboro; died in Hubbardston, Mass.

Phelps, Roger, (1760-1832) was a private in Capt. Nathaniel Lake's company, Col. John Jacob's regiment, 1779; also on list of six months' men, 1780. He was born in Lancaster; died in Marlboro, Mass.

Potter, Ebenezer, (1750-1845) was pensioned on claim executed, 1819, for service as sergeant, 1776, in Capt. John Mellen's company on alarms. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Fitzwilliam, N. H.

Potter, Ebenezer, (1750-1845), was placed on the pension roll of Cheshire Co., New Hampshire, 1832, for service of private, corporal and sergeant of the Massachusetts Continental Line. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Fitzwilliam, N. H.

Potter, Ephraim, (1752-1830) was placed on the pension roll of Jefferson County, N. Y., 1818, for service as ensign in the Massachusetts Line, Col. Rufus Putnam's 5th Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Ellisburg, N. Y.

Priest, Jacob, (1757-1824) served as private in Capt. Hows' company of minute men on the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Marlboro; died in Littleton, Mass.

Proctor, Joseph, (1746-1818) enlisted, 1775, in Capt. William Blackler's company, Col. John Glover's regiment. He was born in Marblehead; died in Marlboro, Mass.

Ray, Amos, (1725-1803) served as private in Continental Army from Marlborough, Mass. He was born in Marlborough, Mass.; died in Henniker, N. H.

Rice, Jabez, (1728-1809) was a private in Capt. Robert's company, 15th Massachusetts battalion under Col. Timothy Bigelow, which marched on the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Shrewsbury; died in Marlboro, Mass.

Rice, Jabez, (1728-1809), was a minute man from Marlboro at the Lexington Alarm under Capt. Daniel Barnes.

Rice, Jonathan, (1725-1780) Served as a private 1776 under Capt. Simon Edgell and 1779 under Capt. Henry Prentiss. He was born 1725 in Marlborough; died in Framingham, Mass.

Rice, Oliver, (1717-1820) served as sergeant-major, ensign and lieutenant, 1779-80, in the 4th and 9th Massachusetts regiments. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Bennington, Vt.

Rice, Thomas, (1747-1840) served as corporal in Capt. William Bryham's company, Col. Jonathan Ward's regiment. Served at the alarms as private and corporal under Capt. William Bingham and Capt. William Morse. He born and died at Marlboro in 1840, at the age of ninety-three.

Rice, William, (1755-1815), was drum major in the Berkshire county militia, 1775-79, and served as sergeant, 1780. He was born in Marlboro; died in Cheshire, Mass.

Russell, Nathaniel Prentice, (1744-1812) responded to the Lexington Alarm as private in Capt. Daniel Barns' company, Col. Ward's regiment, and in 1777 served in Capt. Brigham's company, Col. Ezekiel Howe's 4th regiment, from the town of Marlboro, where he died.

Russell, Oliver, (1753-1820), served as private in Capt. Daniel Barnes' company at the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Marlboro, Mass.

Shattuck, Joseph, Was a member of the Committee of Safety of Hubbardstown and served as a minute man at the Lexington Alarm. He was born, 1745, at Marlborough, Mass.; died in Pennsylvania.

Sheldon, Asa, (1750-1827) served as private in the Massachusetts militia under Captain Deming and Colonel Ashley. He was born and died in Marlboro, Mass.

Smith, Ebenezer Jr, (1746-1816), served as private and sergeant in Fellow's regiment, 1775; as ensign, 1776, in the Massachusetts Continental Infantry; lieutenant, 1777; captain, 1779, and was retired, 1783. He was in many battles and a trusted officer of the Commander-in-Ch

Smith, Jonas, (1754-1845), enlisted from Framingham under Capt. Simon Edgell and Subsequently served under Capt. Rice. He was born in Marlborough and is buried there in Spring Hill Cemetery

Sterns, John, (1712-1792) served in the Provincial Congress, 1775, and in the General Court, 1776. He was a member of the Convention that framed the State constitution. He was born in Lexington; died in Marlboro, Mass.

Stevens, Daniel, (1746-1810) responded to the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Daniel Barns' company from Marlborough, Mass., where he was born and died.

Stevens, Nathanial Gove, (1750-1830), served as a private in Capt. Reuben Petty's company of Massachusetts militia, 1776. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Keene, N. H.

Stevens, Richard, (1750-1847) served as private and corporal, Capt. Noah Lankton's company, Colonel Ashley's Berkshire County regiment, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Hartford, Conn.; died in Marlboro, Mass.

Stow, Quartus, (1755-1798) served as private and corporal under Captains Gates and Barnes in Col. Samuel Pierce's regiment, Massachusetts troops. He was born and died in Marlboro, Mass.

Taplin, Elisha, (1758-1795) served as a private, 1777, in Capt. Seth Newton's company, in Colonel Whitney's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Berlin, Vt.

Taplin, John Jr, (1748-1835), served as private and captain in the Vermont militia. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Montpelier, Vt.

Temple, Jonas, (1716-1803), was a member of the Committee of Correspondence 1779, of Marlboro, where he was born and died.

Temple, Jonas, Responded to the Lexington Alarm as lieutenant in Captain Andrew's company, and later served, 1777-78. He was born before 1736, in Marlboro, Mass., and died after 1789; lived in Shrewsbury, Mass., during the Revolution.

Temple, Jonas, Served as lieutenant at the Lexington Alarm, and, 1777, in Col. Cushing's regiment, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; lived in Shrewsbury, Mass.

Temple, Jonathan, (1735-1813) served as private in Capt. Cyprian How's company, Col. Jonathan Ward's regiment. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Henneker, N. H.

Tucker, Ezra, Served in the French and Indian war, was second lieutenant in the Thirteenth regiment of New Hampshire militia cavalry, 1776. He removed from Marlboro to Henneker, 1766, and died there, 1804

Waite, Joseph, (1754-1819), served as a private under Capt. Daniel Barnes in the Middlesex county militia. He was born in Marlboro; died in Hubbardston, Mass.

Walkup, Francis, (1754-1831) served as private in Capt. Daniel Barns' company, which marched on the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Marlboro; died in Wendell, Mass.

Ward, Jabez, (1735-1786) served as private in Captain Wheeler's company, which man hed to New York on an Alarm. He was born in Marlboro; died in New Marlboro, Mass.

Ward, Jabez, (1760-1825), was placed on the pension roll in Rutland Co., Vt., 1818 for service of Quartermaster's sergeant, Massachusetts line. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in West Rutland, Vt.

Ward, Jedidiah, (1741-1805) was a major in Colonel Ashley, Jr.'s 1st Berkshire regiment of Massachusetts. He was born and died in Marlboro, Mass.

Ward, Jonathan, Regiment, which marched on the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Mayville, N. Y.

Ward, Josiah, (1741-1795), commanded a company in 1774, and 1776, was on the alarm list of Henneker. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Henneker, N. H.

Ward, Naham, (1744-1812) turned out as sergeant on the Lexington Alarm; was lieutenant in Capt. Samuel Taylor's 5th company, Massachusetts militia, and rose to the rank of captain. He was born in Marlboro; died in Upton, Mass.

Weeks, David, (1740-1788) served as private, 1776, in Capt. John Strong's company, Vermont militia. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in New York.

Weeks, Hollan, (1742-1823) served, 1777, as private, under Capt. Joseph Hooker and Col. Samuel Williams, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Marlborough, Mass.

Weeks, Thomas, (1735-1817) served as lieutenant, 1776, in Capt. Joseph Smith's company. He was born in Marlboro; died in Goshen, Mass.

Weeks, William, (1762-1810), was corporal in the defense of Rhode Island and served several enlistments from Marlboro under different commands. He died in St. Albans, Vt.

Wellington, Benjamin, (1743-1812) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Silas Gates' company, Col. Artemus Ward's regiment, and in 1777 was in Capt. William Morris' company, Col. Jonathan Reed's regiment. He was born in Dedham; died in Marlboro, Mass.

Wesson, James, (1734-1809), enlisted as major of Gerrish's regiment, 1775, and served at Ticonderoga. He was colonel of Continental infantry at the siege of Fort Schuyler and fought at Oriskany. He was severely wounded at the battle of Monmouth and was retired, 1781. He

Whitcomb, Zelates, (1759-1863) served as private in Capt. Jonathan Rice's company, Col. Samuel Bullard's regiment 1777, Massachusetts militia. He died in Marlborough, Mass.

Whitney, Samuel, (1734-1808), was a member of the Committee of Correspondence and, 1775, was chosen to the Provincial Congress from Concord. He removed from there, 1776. and in 1793 settled in Maine, where he died in Castine. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.

Wilkins, Josiah, (1717-1783), served as a minute man from Marlboro, Mass., where he died. A marker has been placed on his grave in the old burying ground on the hill.

Williams, Abraham, (1727-1784), a graduate of Harvard, was a patriot preacher, whose two sons died on British prison ships. He was born in Marlboro; died in Sandwich, Mass.

Williams, Abraham Jr., (1754-1796), was a lieutenant of Continental infantry, 1776; promoted captain, 1778; and served to the close of the war when he held the rank of brigade major. He was an original member of the Cincinnati of Massachusetts.

Wood, Consider, (1760-1822) served as private in Capt. Nehemiah Allen's company at the Rhode Island Alarm, 1776. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Bradford County, Pa.

Woodruff, John, (1757-1834), enlisted from Waterbury, Conn., and served under Capt. Phineas Porter, Capt. Jesse Curtiss, Capt. Benjamin Richards and Capt. Joseph Gurnsey. He received a pension in Marlboro, Mass., for nineteen months' actual service as a private in the Co

Woods, Daniel, (1720-1807) responded to the Lexington Alarm as private in Capt. John Graninger's company, Col. Jonathan Warner's regiment of minute men. He was born in Marlboro; died in New Braintree, Mass.

Woods, David, (1720-1807) responded to the Lexington Alarm as private in Capt. John Granger's company, Col. Jonathan Warner's regiment of minute men. He was born in Marlboro; died in New Braintree, Mass.

Wygant, Michael, (1730-1803), served as a private in the Ulster county militia. He was born and died in Marlboro.

Wyman, John, (1745-1813) served as corporal at the Lexington Alarm and later as sergeant in Capt. Samuel Wood's company, Colonel Ward's regiment. He was born in Hopkinton, Mass.; died in Marlboro.

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