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The History of Revolutionary War Veterans from Redding, CT  

Mary Duvall of New Orleans, Louisiana was gracious enough to compile and forward me the following information. Mary, I cannot thank you enough.

Bartram Familty Tree

Drew Family Tree

Hull Family Tree

Platt Family Tree

Listing of Revolutionary War Veterans from Redding:

Abraham Adams

Hezekiah Adams

Stephen Adams

Francis Andrews

Jonathan Andrews

Seth Andrews

Bartholomew Barber

Aaron Barlow

Joel Barlow

Samuel Barlow

Daniel Collins Bartlett

Russell Bartlett

Daniel Bartram

Isaac Bartram

Ezra Bates

Justus Bates

Jeremiah Batterson

Moses Belding

Daniel Bennett

Stephen Betts

Elias Bixby

Benjamin Brothwell

Ezekiel Burr

Jabez Burr

Stephen Burr

Phillip Burrett

John Byington

Edward Coburn

Gershom Coley

James Coley

Nathan Coley

Daniel Couch

Daniel Couch, jr.

Elijah Couch

John Davis

Lockwood Dickenson

James Dixon

David Fairchild

Ezekiel Fairchild

Isaac Fairchild

John Fairchild

Samuel Fairchild

Stephen Fairchild

Dr. Asahel Fitch

Timothy Foster

Samuel Gold

Capt. John Gray

Jabez Gregory

Joseph Griffin

Morris Griffin

Capt. William Hawley

Josiah Hendrick

Obed Hendrix

Isaac Hillard

Thurston Hillard

William Hillard

Henry Hopkins

William Hoyt

Ezra Hull

James Hull

John Hull

Lt. Nehemiah Hull

Zalmon Hull

Calvin Jenkins

David Lines

John Lines

Ezekieh Main

Danial Mallory

John Mallory

Marchant (Merchant)

John Merchant

Seth Meeker

Ebenezer Merritt

Daniel Monroe

Aaron Morehouse

Billy Morehouse

Elijah Morehouse

Capt. Gershom Morehouse

Joseph Morgan

David Osborn

Abraham Parsons

Daniel Parsons

Timothy Parsons

Andrew Patchen

Ebenezer Patchen

Jacob Patchen

Martin Patchen

George Perry

Isaac Perry

Isaac Platt

Jonas Platt

Samuel Platt

Zebulon Platt

David Plummer

Capt. Zalmon Read

Zalmon Read, jr.

Samuel Remong (or Raymond)

Ehpraim Robbins

Joseph Rogers

Jeremiah Rumsey

John Rumsey

Jeremiah Ryan

Asahel Salmon

Gershom Salmon

Aaron Sanford

David Sanford

Ebenezer Sanford

Ezekieh Sanford

Ezra Sanford

James Sanford

Seth Sanford

Jehiel Sherwood

Nehemiah Sherwood

Thomas Sherwood

Erastus Smith

John Springer

Whala Springer

David Sturges

James Thompson

Lyman Thorp

Micajah Weeks

Ephraim Wheeler

Charles White

Jabez Williams

Isaac Wilson

Christopher Youngs

Download information on the individuals listed above (Word Document)

Revolutionary War Documents (pensions, letters, portraits and more) from Footnote.com


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