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General Montgomery’s Army Marker image, Touch for more information
By Barry Swackhamer, July 25, 2014
General Montgomery’s Army Marker
Quebec (Capitale-Nationale (region)), Québec — General Montgomery’s Army
The subject of these two markers is the burial of General Richard Montgomery and a number of soldiers from his army. The remains of the thirteen soldiers of General Montgomery’s Army killed in the assault of Quebec . . . — Map (db m80800) HM
California (Alameda County), Oakland — Commemoration of Old Redwood Road from Redwood Canyon
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California (Monterey County), Monterey — American Revolutionary War Historical Site1779-1783
The people of the Second Royal Spanish Presidio supported the American Colonies through their military preparedness and financial contributions following the Royal Spanish Decree of June 21, 1779. Their support directly aided the victory and . . . — Map (db m63505) HM
California (San Diego County), San Diego — Lt. George H. Derby
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California (Sonoma County), Sonoma — In This Cemetery is Buried Capt. William Smith
Two plaques have been placed at this memorial. In This Cemetery is Buried Capt. William Smith Born in Virginia, November 14, 1768 Died in Sonoma, May 5 1846 Who served in the Virginia Navy during the American Revolution . . . — Map (db m102559) HM WM
Connecticut (Fairfield County), Monroe — The Rochambeau Route 1781 – 82
The Rochambeau Route 1781 – 82 In the Vicinity French Troops Under Duc De Lauzon Enroute From Newport To Yorktown Encamped During June 29 Through July 1st 1781 Erected by The Sons of the American Revolution Gen. . . . — Map (db m26098) HM
Connecticut (Fairfield County), Westport — First Engagement
Here occurred the first engagement between the Continentals and the British Troops when they invaded Connecticut, April - 25 - 1777 — Map (db m21360) HM
Connecticut (Hartford County), Farmington — Lest We Forget
Lest We Forget In honor and grateful remembrance of our French Allies in the Revolution, whose army, under the command of General Count de Rochambeau, marched past this spot enroute from Newport and Providence, R.I., to join General Washington on . . . — Map (db m33769) HM
Connecticut (New Haven County), East Haven — Marquis de Lafayette Encampment
Marquis de Lafayette 1757   1834 General in the Continental Army Camped Here With 2800 Troops Enroute to Rhode Island July 26 and 27, 1778 dedicated here by CT Society Sons of the American Revolution General David Humphries Branch . . . — Map (db m35581) HM
Connecticut (New Haven County), Meriden — The Patriots
The Patriots whose names this tablet bears and whose remains rest in this burial ground assisted in establishing American independence by their wervice in the War of the American Revolution Archelaus Allen • Stephen Atwater • James . . . — Map (db m26588) HM
Connecticut (New Haven County), New Haven — Roger Sherman Homesite
Upon the Site of this Building Stood the Home of Roger Sherman And Near Here in 1793 he Died Jurist-Patriot-Statesman Signer of the Bill of Rights Articles of Confederation Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the . . . — Map (db m34892) HM
Connecticut (New Haven County), Southbury — Where Rochambeau Crossed the Housatonic River1781   *   1954
Near this point Le Comte de Rochambeau crossed the Housatonic River leading the French Army enroute to victory at Yorktown. — Map (db m6432) HM
Connecticut (New London County), New London — Nathan Hale Schoolhouse1774 – 1775
Owned and operated by The Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution — Map (db m48184) HM
District of Columbia (Washington), Barney Circle — Elbridge Gerry
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Florida (Miami-Dade County), Coral Gables — F-455 — Coral Gables Merrick House
In July 1899, Congregational minister Solomon Greasley Merrick (1859-1911) and his wife Althea (1859-1937) purchased sight unseen the surrounding 160 acres for $1,100. Several months later, Merrick and his son George (1886-1942) came from . . . — Map (db m73631) HM
Georgia (Chatham County), Savannah — Samuel Elbert
1740 - 1788 Savannah Merchant, organized and commanded Grenadier Company 1772; Member Council of Safety; Fought several battles as Continental Colonel; Captured twice; After release commanded stores at Yorktown; Promoted to Militia Major . . . — Map (db m6440) HM
Georgia (Elbert County), Elberton — Battle of Cherokee Ford11 Feb. 1779
[Marker Front]: In honor of the brave militia men under Robert Anderson, including Capt. William Baskin, Jr., James Little, John Miller, Joseph Pickens and Lt. Thomas Shanklin, who fought a superior Tory force led by Col. Boyd at the mouth . . . — Map (db m2760) HM
Georgia (Glynn County), St. Simons Island — Pike's Bluff
In circa 1740, James Oglethorpe established a watch house west of here on the bank of the Frederica River. In 1745, Edward Kimber described this site as a place "from whence they can see Vessels a great Way to the Northward" and it served as a . . . — Map (db m73889) HM
Georgia (Glynn County), St. Simons Island — 63-6 — The Georgia Navy
During the American Revolution four heavily-armed row galleys were constructed in Savannah for the Georgia Navy, all underwritten by the Continental Congress. In nearby Frederica River, beginning at dawn on April 19, 1778, Georgia galleys Lee, . . . — Map (db m10088) HM
Georgia (Muscogee County), Columbus — Samuel Cooper1754-1841 — Soldier –- American Revolution
Born in Maryland, Cooper served in the South Carolina Militia during the American Revolution and participated in battles at Brandywine, Germantown and Stony Point. After the War he moved to Putnam County, Georgia and later to Muscogee County where . . . — Map (db m17811) HM
Georgia (Stephens County), Toccoa — Colonel William Wofford1728-1823
General Andrew Williamson's Brigade - American Revolution - S.C. Colonial Soldier - Pioneer Ironmaster - Raised full regiment, 1775 - S.C. Provincial Congress 1775-6 - Built forts, S.C., N.C., Ga. - After fall of Charleston, acquired Turkey Cove . . . — Map (db m63460) HM
Georgia (Sumter County), Americus — Elm Tree
The tree was grown from a branch of the original “Washington Elm” under which George Washington was sworn in as Commander of the Continental Army at Cambridge, Mass. in 1775. Donated to the people of Americus and Sumter County by John H. . . . — Map (db m41977) HM
Idaho (Madison County), Rexburg — The Teton Dam Flood Marker
The collapse of the Teton River Dam on June 5, 1976 unloosed a savage flood which caused $500,000,000 in damage, took eleven lives, and made thousands homeless in Wilford, Sugar City, Rexburg, Salem, Hibbard, Firth, Blackfoot, and Roberts. But . . . — Map (db m84341) HM
Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — Kennison Boulder Monument
In Memory of David Kennison The Last Survivor of the "Boston Tea Party" who died in Chicago, February 24, 1852, aged 115 yrs, 3 mos, 17 da, and is buried near this spot. This stone is erected by the Sons of the Revolution, the Sons of the . . . — Map (db m10656) HM
Indiana (Clark County), Jeffersonville — General LaFayette — Visit to Jeffersonville
(General LaFayette) was the official guest of the State of Indiana at Jeffersonville on May 12, 1825 at the house of Former Governor Posey on the West corner of Front and Fort Streets. He was welcomed by the Governor of the the State, by a . . . — Map (db m46696) HM
Indiana (Knox County), Vincennes — The Old Cathedral “French and Indian” Cemetery
1750–1846. Contains the graves (mostly unmarked) of some 4,000 inhabitants of early Vincennes, including soldiers and patriots of the American Revolution who helped Colonel George Rogers Clark to capture nearby Fort Sackville in 1779. The . . . — Map (db m2554) HM
Indiana (Tippecanoe County), West Lafayette — Liberty Tree
This "Liberty Tree" has been planted in honor of those Patriots laid to rest in Tippecanoe County and the State of Indiana whose service and sacrifices helped form this nation during its War for Independence — Map (db m34093) HM
Indiana (Warren County), Williamsport — Warren County Patriots
This monument is dedicated to those Patriots laid to rest in Warren County Indiana whose Service and Sacrifice helped form our Nation during the American Revolution ( Row One ) Humphrey Beckett ▫ Richard Biddlecomb . . . — Map (db m60173) WM
Indiana (Whitley County), Columbia City — Colonel Augustin De La BalmeAmerican Revolution
[Front Side of Marker]; With recommendation from Benjamin Franklin, Augustin de La Balme, former French Cavalry officer, came to America to assist in the American Revolution. In November 1780, allegedly under secret orders from . . . — Map (db m52817) HM
Iowa (Polk County), Des Moines — Iowa Revolutionary War Monument
Front Dedicated to soldiers and patriots of the American Revolution who are buried in Iowa

December 28, 1846 Iowa Our liberties we prize our rights we will maintain

Reverse George Perkins, N. and S. Carolina, Lee County . . . — Map (db m48277) HM

Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Bicentennial Flag MemorialIntroduction
Dedicated to the many veterans who sacrificed for the freedoms we enjoy today. Flags have traditionally been symbols of persons united in some common association or effort. Within the American heritage, there have been many diverse interests . . . — Map (db m56932) HM
Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Columbus StandardBicentennial Flag Memorial
European interest was first represented in the “New World” by the Viking Banner of Leif Ericson and other intrepid Norse adventurers. This banner, according to tradition, made its way to Iceland, Greenland and presumably North America . . . — Map (db m56936) HM
Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Commander In Chief's Personal FlagBicentennial Flag Memorial
During the 1700’s, the political and economic interests of the colonists began to enlarge and disputes began to develop with Great Britain. After the defeat of the French and their expulsion in 1763, the colonists could focus even more of their . . . — Map (db m56943) HM
Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Confederate FlagBicentennial Flag Memorial
As secession swept the South, various state banners were created to symbolize the "independence" movement. Soon the Confederacy found it necessary, however, to adopt an appropriate "national" flag. The first was the famous Stars and Bars. During . . . — Map (db m107792) HM
Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Fifty Star FlagBicentennial Flag Memorial
With the admission of Alaska in 1959 and Hawaii in 1960, the present fifty-star flag came into being. Like other flags of our nation, the fifty-star flag has seen the varied conditions that can beset a dynamic association of peoples. Under it, the . . . — Map (db m56971) HM
Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Flag of Fifteen StripesBicentennial Flag Memorial
Like the new nation, the first Stars and Stripes would see fuller development with the passage of time. Under the much-debated Articles of Confederation of 1781, it was agreed that America would create self-governing States in the western domain . . . — Map (db m56959) HM
Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Forty-Eight Star FlagBicentennial Flag Memorial
The obligations and responsibilities of becoming an imperial power as a result of the Spanish-American War quickly multiplied. The international problems that arose in Latin America, in the Philippines, and in China saw the first application of . . . — Map (db m56970) HM
Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Forty-Five Star FlagBicentennial Flag Memorial
The United States emerged from the ordeal of the Civil War with deep gulfs of mistrust and bitterness. Reconstruction was lengthy. Then during the 1870's the natural wealth of the country, the industrious people, further expansion beyond the . . . — Map (db m56967) HM
Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — French TricolorBicentennial Flag Memorial
With the Revolution won and the signing of the Treaty of Paris in 1783, the United States was extended westward to the Mississippi River. To the west of the Mississippi, the French Tricolor waved over French Louisiana until the purchase of that . . . — Map (db m56947) HM
Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Grand Union FlagBicentennial Flag Memorial
The first national flag is commonly identified as the Grand Union Flag. Although it was never officially approved or recognized, it was this flag that came to symbolize the growing pride in the name America and the strengthening union between the . . . — Map (db m56945) HM
Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Stars and Stripes (1818)
There was considerable concern that the addition of a new stripe for each new state would create hopeless confusion. Therefore, Congress established the still current law that provided that after July 4, 1818 the flag would show thirteen stripes . . . — Map (db m56960) HM
Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Thirteen Star Flag (Bennington Flag)Bicentennial Flag Memorial
With the signing of the Declaration of Indepenence, the Grand Union was automatically promoted to the status of a national banner and at the same time rendered obsolete. The British ties were snapped and the crosses of St. Andrew and St. George in . . . — Map (db m56946) HM
Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Thirty-Four Star Flag (1861)Bicentennial Flag Memorial
Between 1818 and 1861 no less than 13 changes were made in the Stars and Stripes as a result of the westward expansion. With the admission of Kansas in 1861, the [S]tars and [S]tripes became a thirty-four star flag. It was this flag that would be . . . — Map (db m56962) HM
Kansas (Sedgwick County), Wichita — Union FlagBicentennial Flag Memorial
In 1603, St. George’s Cross was joined with St. Andrew’s Cross, the Scottish Flag, to form the famous Union Flag or “Union Jack” of Great Britain. It was this flag which flew over the first British colonies in North America at . . . — Map (db m56939) HM
Louisiana (East Baton Rouge Parish), Baton Rouge — In Honor of George WashingtonThe Father Of Our Country
Unanimously elected Commander in Chief of the Continental Army (1775-1783) President of the Constitutional Convention (1787) President of the United States of America (1789-1797) A gift to the people of Louisiana by The Louisiana . . . — Map (db m88304) HM
Maine (York County), Kittery — Sloop Ranger Memorial
In memory of the Continental sloop of War Ranger launched from this island May 10, 1777 Sailed for France November 1777 John Paul Jones, Captain with dispatches of Burgoyne’s surrender received February 14, 1778 The first salute to the Stars and . . . — Map (db m85419) HM
Maryland (Anne Arundel County), Annapolis — Mann's Tavern
site of the Annapolis Convention September 11-14, 1786 Just north of this building, facing main street, stood Mann’s Tavern where twelve delegates from five states met in 1786 to discuss commercial problems of the new nation. Their call . . . — Map (db m6302) HM
Maryland (Baltimore County), Towson — Nicholas Ruxton Moore1736–1816
He commanded “Baltimore Light Dragoons” during the Revolution, attaining rank of Captain. He took active part in suppression of Whiskey Rebellion in 1794, and that year purchased “Bosley’s Adventure,” a 350 acre farm west of . . . — Map (db m2283) HM
Maryland (Cecil County), Elkton — The Hermitage
Part of Friendship Tract and home of Robert Alexander, delegate to the Provincial Convention of 1774 and to the Continental Convention of 1776. On August 25, 1777, he was host to Washington here and three days later offered allegiance to British . . . — Map (db m1475) HM
Maryland (Charles County), Marbury — General Smallwood's Gravesite
General William Smallwood A hero of the American Revolution and a native of Maryland Commissioned Colonel in 1776 Brigadier General in 1777 Major General in 1780 Elected Governor of Maryland in 1785 Died February 14, 1792 Erected . . . — Map (db m6099) HM
Maryland (Charles County), Port Tobacco — Mulberry Grove
Birthplace of John Hanson April 14, 1715 President of the United States in Congress Assembled 1781-1782 Died Oxon Hill, Maryland November 22, 1783. — Map (db m4076) HM
Maryland (Frederick County), Frederick — General LaFayette
Friend of America and Liberty Arrived at the bridge nearby on his way to Frederick December 29, 1824 —————— Created by a delegation of citizens including the gallant Lawrence Everhart who had come to escort him . . . — Map (db m2326) HM
Maryland (Frederick County), Frederick — John Hanson
April 14, 1715 — November 22, 1783 President of the United States in Congress Assembled as called for by the Articles of Confederation first system of government of the new nation prior to the constitution Served November 5, 1781 . . . — Map (db m89101) HM
Maryland (Frederick County), Thurmont — Catoctin Iron FurnaceOriginal Catoctin Furnace
The original Catoctin Furnace, located nearby on Little Hunting Creek, was in blast by 1776 and delivered 958 ten inch bombshells weighing over 31 tons to Washington’s Continental Army in 1780. A great number were used in the siege of Yorktown a . . . — Map (db m61259) HM
Maryland (Prince George's County), Oxon Hill — John HansonHonored Patriot of the American Revolution — Oxon Hill Manor
[Panel 1:] John Hanson Honored Patriot of the American Revolution [Picture of John Hanson and Seal of the "Sons of the American Revolution"] [Panel 2:] Born 3 April, 1721, Mullberry Grove, Charles Co., . . . — Map (db m46045) HM
Maryland (Talbot County), Trappe — Robert Morris, Sr.
Below this plaque lies the grave of Robert Morris, Sr., buried 1750. An ironmonger in Liverpool, England before he immigrated to Oxford, Maryland where he became a successful merchant and agent. Mr. Morris accumulated a fortune that he bequeathed . . . — Map (db m3331) HM
Massachusetts (Bristol County), New Bedford — The Dartmouth
Near this spot in 1767 the first ship built in New Bedford was launched. The Dartmouth Francis Rotch, Owner She was one of the vessels boarded by the Boston Tea Party in 1773 — Map (db m58183) HM
Massachusetts (Essex County), Danvers — In Commemoration of Arnold's Expedition to Quebec
One of the most strategic and daring exploits of the patriot cause during the revolution. Part of the troops encamped in the Town of Danvers on the night of September 14, 1775 on their way to Newburyport where they embarked for the Kennebeck and . . . — Map (db m48470) HM
Massachusetts (Hampden County), Springfield — Shays’ Rebellion
This Tablet Marks the Battle Place of Shays' Rebellion January 25, 1787 — • — Erected By The George Washington Chapter Sons Of The American Revolution A.D.1900 — Map (db m7791) HM
Massachusetts (Suffolk County), Boston — James Otis
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Massachusetts (Suffolk County), Boston — Paul Revere
At this site Paul Revere landed on the night of April 18, 1775 to begin his midnight ride Dedicated by The Massachusetts Society Sons of the American Revolution April 1999 — Map (db m17971) HM
Massachusetts (Suffolk County), Boston — Samuel Adams
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Massachusetts (Suffolk County), Boston — William Dawes Jr.
Patriot, Son of Liberty, and first messenger sent by Warren from Boston to Lexington on the night of April 18-19 1775 to warn Hancock and Adams of the coming of the British troops. Born April 6 1745 Died February 25 1799 Placed by the Massachusetts . . . — Map (db m18712) HM
New Hampshire (Cheshire County), Keene — The Old Fort
This boulder marks the site of the old fort built in 1738 by the early settlers of Upper Ashuelot as a refuge from the Indians — Map (db m59781) HM
New Jersey (Atlantic County), Port Republic — Privateers1776 – 1783
In honor of the “Privateers” who sailed and fought for American Independence “1776 – 1783” “Captains”                    “Ships” Samuel Allen John Badcock                  Rainbow John . . . — Map (db m40339) HM
New Jersey (Bergen County), Hackensack — Brigadier General Enoch Poor
Dedicated to the memory of Brigadier General Enoch Poor by the New Jersey Society of the Sons of the American Revolution: Born at Andover, Mass., June 21, 1736; Died near Hackensack, N.J., Sept. 8, 1780. In command of a New . . . — Map (db m6812) HM
New Jersey (Bergen County), Ridgewood — Near this House of GodNisi Dominus Frustra
Near this House of God encamped General Washington and his army in 1778 In grateful tribute to the memory of the patriots who sleep in the adjacent church yard and to the men and women of this community who assisted so valiantly in the establishment . . . — Map (db m25022) HM
New Jersey (Essex County), Caldwell — Rev. James Caldwell1734   -   1781
“There are times when it is righteous to fight as well as to pray” --------------- Rev. James Caldwell, in whose honor this community was named, early espoused the country’s cause in the War for American Independence. . . . — Map (db m32286) HM
New Jersey (Essex County), Millburn — Washington Rock
Tradition places George Washington here, in the summer of 1780, observing American troops thwart British efforts to reach Morristown and destroy his base of supplies. The first advance was halted at Connecticut Farms, now Union, June 7th. . . . — Map (db m7573) HM
New Jersey (Essex County), Montclair — Washington’s Temporary Headquarters
This boulder which lay from time immemorial on this site near the turn of the old road marks the location of a house used by General George Washington as temporary headquarters on October 26, 1780 while on march from Totowa now Paterson to . . . — Map (db m7572) HM
New Jersey (Essex County), Newark — Elisha Boudinot and General Lafayette
On this site stood the residence of Elisha Boudinot one of Newark’s most distinguished citizens, Eminent jurist, Member of Newark’s Committee of Correspondence, Patriot and personal friend of Washington. Here on September 23, 1824 General . . . — Map (db m40711) HM
New Jersey (Essex County), Newark — House of John Plume
This house, probably the oldest in Newark, was built by John Plume about 1726, of native sandstone from the neighboring quarries. It witnessed many stirring events of the Revolution and by it passed Washington’s army on its retreat from Long Island. . . . — Map (db m40710) HM
New Jersey (Essex County), Newark — Washington Passed Beneath this Tower
“There went with him a band of men whose hearts God had touched.” 1. Samuel 10:26. ---------- This tablet placed here by The New Jersey Society of the Sons of the American Revolution on its twenty-fifth anniversary commemorating . . . — Map (db m12979) HM
New Jersey (Essex County), Nutley — Vreeland House
This building constructed about 1702, present home of Woman’s Club, was occupied during the Revolution by British sympathizers; confiscated for that reason, it was acquired by Captain Speer, Patriot soldier. — Map (db m33526) HM
New Jersey (Mercer County), Hamilton Township — 3 of 12 — Route of Washington’s March
Route of Washington’s march by night from Trenton to Princeton and victory January 3, 1777 — Map (db m4251) HM
New Jersey (Mercer County), Hamilton Township — 4 of 12 — Route of Washington’s March
Route of Washington’s march by night from Trenton to Princeton and victory January 3, 1777 — Map (db m4252) HM
New Jersey (Mercer County), Hamilton Township — 5 of 12 — Route of Washington’s March
Route of Washington’s march by night from Trenton to Princeton and victory January 3, 1777 (Adjacent Marker, below original on obelisk): In Memory of all the deceased members of Hamilton Township Post 3525 Veterans of Foreign Wars — Map (db m4253) HM
New Jersey (Mercer County), Hamilton Township — 6 of 12 — Route of Washington’s March
Route of Washington’s march by night from Trenton to Princeton and victory January 3, 1777 — Map (db m4256) HM
New Jersey (Mercer County), Hamilton Township — 7 of 12 — Route of Washington’s March
Route of Washington’s march by night from Trenton to Princeton and victory January 3, 1777 — Map (db m4258) HM
New Jersey (Mercer County), Hamilton Township — 8 of 12 — Route of Washington’s March
Route of Washington’s march by night from Trenton to Princeton and victory January 3, 1777 — Map (db m4260) HM
New Jersey (Mercer County), Hopewell — John HartSigner of The Declaration Of Independence
Farmstead site of the signer, who lived here 1742-1779. Without formal education, consulted by many, respected by all, "Honest John Hart" gave his property and his life for the cause of liberty. Farmer, miller, judge, speaker of the first New . . . — Map (db m31798) HM
New Jersey (Mercer County), Lawrence Township — 9 of 12 — Route of Washington’s March
Route of Washington’s march by night from Trenton to Princeton and victory January 3, 1777 — Map (db m4262) HM
New Jersey (Mercer County), Princeton — Nassau Hall
This building, erected in 1756 by the College of New Jersey and named Nassau Hall in honor of King William III, was seized by British forces for military purposes in 1776, and retaken by the American Army January 3, 1777. Here met from June 30, . . . — Map (db m44832) HM
New Jersey (Mercer County), Princeton — Richard Stockton
A signer of the Declaration of Independence is buried in these grounds 1730 – 1781 --------------- Erected by The New Jersey Society of the Sons of the American Revolution 1913 — Map (db m44844) HM
New Jersey (Mercer County), Princeton — Washington’s Spring
General George Washington and his soldiers paused to drink water from a nearby spring after the Battle of Princeton on January 3rd 1777. NJ Society Sons of the Revolution August 2002 — Map (db m64120) HM
New Jersey (Mercer County), Princeton Township — 10 of 12 — Route of Washington’s March
Route of Washington’s march by night from Trenton to Princeton and victory January 3, 1777 — Map (db m4263) HM
New Jersey (Mercer County), Princeton Township — 11 of 12 — Route of Washington’s March
Route of Washington’s march by night from Trenton to Princeton and victory January 3, 1777 — Map (db m4264) HM
New Jersey (Mercer County), Princeton Township — 12 of 12 — Route of Washington’s March
Route of Washington’s march by night from Trenton to Princeton and victory January 3, 1777 — Map (db m4265) HM
New Jersey (Mercer County), Trenton — Route Taken by Washington
"Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty" Marking route taken by Washington from Philadelphia to Cambridge to assume command of the Patriot Army in 1775 — Map (db m3790) HM
New Jersey (Mercer County), Trenton — Spirit of Justice
Erected to commemorate that noble spirit of justice displayed by Gen. George Washington after his capture of Trenton in December 1776, in returning to both Whig and Tory alike their personal effects, of which they had been ruthlessly plundered by . . . — Map (db m3757) HM
New Jersey (Middlesex County), New Brunswick — Men of Rutgers CollegeWho fought for the cause of independence in the American Revolution
To the memory of the men of Rutgers College Who fought for the cause of independence in the American Revolution This tablet is placed by the New Jersey Society of the Sons of the American Revolution on the 150th anniversary (November 10, . . . — Map (db m10071) HM
New Jersey (Middlesex County), New Brunswick — Route Taken by Washington
Eternal vigilance is the price of Liberty ” --------------- Marking the route taken by Washington from Philadelphia to Cambridge to assume command of the Patriot Army in 1775 --------------- Placed here by The New Jersey . . . — Map (db m62692) HM
New Jersey (Monmouth County), Freehold — Washington Checked Lee’s Retreat
In memorium June 28, 1778 This tablet is erected on the field of the Battle of Monmouth to commemorate the imperishable deeds of valiant Americans “at the turn of the tide” in the American Revolution. Near this spot Washington . . . — Map (db m37517) HM
New Jersey (Passaic County), Paterson — Abraham Godwin
In memory of Abraham Godwin Pioneer of Paterson • Patriot • Soldier Captain of Marines in The War of the Revolution Born November 23, 1724 Died in the service of his country February 7, 1777 Buried at Fishkill New York Placed by the Captain . . . — Map (db m33139) HM
New Jersey (Passaic County), Paterson — Simeon Van Winkles1686 - 1775
De Witte Huis (1715 – 1828) and Ford Paterson’s First Tanner This tablet marks the site of the last British raid into this area on May 18, 1779. Placed by the Capt. Abraham Goodwin Chapter, New Jersey Society, Sons of the American Revolution . . . — Map (db m33128) HM
New Jersey (Passaic County), Paterson — The York Road
Traveled by General George Washington and the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War from the Dey Mansion at Preskness to the Acquackanonk Landing on Passaic River July   -   October   -   November •   1780  • Placed by . . . — Map (db m33126) HM
New Jersey (Passaic County), Ringwood — Robert Erskine“The Forgotten General”
Born   1735   in Scotland Died   1780   at Ringwood Friend in need for Washington Geographer and Surveyer General for the American Army in the Revolutionary War A true and faithful Christian patriot Erected by the New Jersey Society of the S.A.R. . . . — Map (db m43139) HM
New Jersey (Passaic County), Wayne — Colonel Theunis Dey
The Mansion of Colonel Theunis Dey The Headquarters of General Washington July ~ Oct ~ Nov ~ 1780 Acquired and restored 1930-1934 by The Passaic County Park Commission Marked by Capt. Abraham Godwin Chapter New Jersey Society S.A.R.       . . . — Map (db m39733) HM
New Jersey (Union County), Elizabeth — Elizabeth Presbyterian Church
This church was organized about 1664. The edifice which stood on this spot was burned by the British, January 25, 1780, during the Pastorate of Rev. James Caldwell, Chaplain in the New Jersey Brigade under Washington. This building was completed in . . . — Map (db m40717) HM
New Jersey (Union County), Elizabeth — Revolutionary Cannon
This gun, cast in Strasburg in 1758, was sent by Louis XV, King of France, to Canada for the defense of Quebec. Upon the surrender of that place in the following year, the gun fell into the hands of the British. In April, 1760, the French recaptured . . . — Map (db m6927) HM
New Jersey (Union County), New Providence — New Providence United Methodist Cemetery & Memorial GardenEstablished 1786
In Remembrance of the Soldiers of the War for American Independence who are buried in these grounds. ————— Erected by the Passaic Valley Chapter of the New Jersey Society Sons of the American Revolution. . . . — Map (db m20157) HM
New Jersey (Union County), New Providence — The Country’s Roll of Honor
Their names are imperishably inscribed upon the country’s Roll of Honor. --------------- Within this sacred ground rest the remains of a number of soldiers, of whom there is a record of forty-eight, all enrolled in Washington’s Army during the . . . — Map (db m8864) HM
New Jersey (Union County), Roselle — In Remembrance of Abraham Clark
In remembrance of Abraham Clark 1726 – 1794 A signer of the Declaration of Independence from New Jersey He lived on this site during the formative period of the republic. __________ Erected by the New Jersey Society, Sons of the . . . — Map (db m7782) HM
New Jersey (Union County), Springfield — Patriots who fell at Springfield
To the memory of Patriots who fell at Springfield June 23, 1780 — Map (db m7000) HM
New Jersey (Union County), Springfield — The Battle of Springfield
Their deeds enriched and glorified our nation. This gate is dedicated in commemoration of the heroic service performed at The Battle of Springfield during the war for American Independence by the soldiers whose remains are . . . — Map (db m7001) HM
New Jersey (Union County), Summit — Signal Beacon and the “Old Sow”
1776 Here in the time of the American Revolution stood the Signal Beacon and by its side the cannon known as the “Old Sow” which in time of danger and invasion summoned the patriotic “Minute Men” of this vicinity to the . . . — Map (db m7359) HM
New Jersey (Union County), Union — Liberty HallErected 1773
Residence of Governor William Livingston Eminent lawyer, statesman, writer and poet Governor of New Jersey from 1776 – 1790 Representative of New Jersey in the First Continental Congress 1774. Again a delegate in 1775. Commissioned . . . — Map (db m32307) HM
New Jersey (Union County), Westfield — Revolutionary War Soldiers
< Upper Marker: > In memory of the Revolutionary War Soldiers at rest in this cemetery                                        Died Acken, Joseph…………1804 Baker, Daniel………….1814 Baker, Henry…………..1780 Baker, Jonathan………..1844 . . . — Map (db m32338) HM
New Jersey (Warren County), Greenwich Township — General William MaxwellIn Honor of
Born in County Tyrone, Ireland in 1733. His Scothch-Irish parents brought family here to Greenwich Township in 1747. Never married and died in Hunterdon Co., Nov. 4, 1796 and buried in this churchyard. Always a Soldier, from Private to . . . — Map (db m19466) HM
New Jersey (Warren County), Hackettstown — Lt. and Mrs. Robert Wilson
Site of the home of Lt. and Mrs. Robert Wilson Gen. and Mrs. George Washington were entertained here in November 1780 and at other times while the armies were encamped at Morristown Site marked in 1964 by Gen. William Maxwell Chapter, D.A.R. . . . — Map (db m53386) HM
New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — American Revolution
American Revolution In early summer of 1782 a force of 250 Senecas led by Sayengaraghta and accompanied by a few British military foresters and Indian Department officers passed along Chautauqua Lake and outlet on its way to attack Hannastown, PA. . . . — Map (db m94786) HM
New York (Chemung County), Lowman — Newtown Battlefield
August 29, 1779 Erected by Newtown Battle Chapter Sons of American Revolution 1907 — Map (db m33323) HM
New York (Dutchess County), Beacon — William Few
In this tomb rests the remains of William Few Born June 18, 1748 – Died July 16, 1828 Lieut. Colonel, Georgia Militia during the American Revolution, 1776-1779. Member, Continental Congress, 1780-1788 Signed Federal Constitution, 1787 . . . — Map (db m44562) HM
New York (Essex County), Ticonderoga — Carillon Bridge
Near this spot in 1755-1756 Michel de Chartier de Lotbiniére engineer of Fort Carillon, bridged this stream and harnessed this waterpower for the first time. Sawmills, storehouses and barracks were located here, being within the Seignory of . . . — Map (db m15590) HM
New York (Essex County), Ticonderoga — Colonel Ethan Allen
Dedicated to the memory of the gallant band of Patriots led by Colonel Ethan Allen who on the 10th of May, 1775 captured this important fortress and secured for the Americans a valuable base of operations on Lakes George and Champlain. Erected by . . . — Map (db m9452) HM
New York (Fulton County), Edinburg — Early Settler
Soldier - Patriot and one of the last Revolutionary War Pensioners in the U.S. Samuel Downing 1761 - 1867 grave site Stone Arabia and Saratoga SARMap (db m47905) HM
New York (Herkimer County), Herkimer — Fort Dayton
This site was within the stockade of Fort Dayton which stood on a slight eminence about one hundred yards farther north. The fort was erected by Col. Elias Dayton in 1776, served as a military base during the . . . — Map (db m54270) HM
New York (Kings County), Brooklyn — Maryland Monument
In honor of Maryland’s Four Hundred who on this battlefield August 27th 1776 saved the American Army < Back of Monument > Good God! What brave fellows I must this day lose. George Washington Pedestal contributed by the Department of . . . — Map (db m30765) HM
New York (New York County), Manhattan — House of Leonard Lispenard
Opposite this tablet in Hudson Street stood the house of Leonard Lispenard In which General George Washington was entertained June 25, 1775 while en route from Philadelphia to Cambridge to Assume Command of the Continental Army. — Map (db m50722) HM
New York (New York County), New York — Battle of Harlem Heights
To commemorate the Battle of Harlem Heights, won by Washington’s troops on this site, September 16, 1776. Erected by the Sons of the Revolution in the State of New York. — Map (db m12665) HM
New York (New York County), New York — Fort Washington
This memorial marks the site of Fort Washington, constructed by the Continental troops in the summer of 1776. Repossessed by the Americans upon their triumphal entry into the City of New York November 25, 1783. Erected through the generosity of . . . — Map (db m12670) HM
New York (New York County), New York — Marinus Willett
Born, July, 1740. Marinus Willett. Died, Aug. 1830. Officer of New York Militia 1775-78. Sheriff of New York, 1784-92. Mayor of New York 1807-08. President of Electoral College, 1824. To commemorate the gallant and patriotic act of Marinus Willett . . . — Map (db m13332) HM
New York (New York County), New York — The Main Line of Defences
Upon this site and across these heights stood the main line of defences thrown up by Washington’s Army September 1776. It was held until Fort Washington fell on November 16th, when part of the fighting occurred at this point. — Map (db m12668) HM
New York (Onondaga County), Salina — Jesuit MissionFrench Fort, Jesuit Well, Col. Van Schaick
Jesuit Mission The salt springs at Onondaga Lake were visited by Father LeMoyne, August 16, 1654. The following year Fathers Chaumonot and Dablon made a settlement here and on 1656 founded the mission of Ste. Marie of Ganentaa which was . . . — Map (db m91167) HM
New York (Putnam County), Cold Spring — General George Washington
General George Washington in frequent visits to the American troops encamped nearby during the War of the Revolution drank at this spring and gave it its name Cold Spring. — Map (db m47504) HM
New York (Rensselaer County), Troy — Albert Pawling
2nd Lt. 1775. Led Forces At Quebec, St. John's, White Plains and Monmouth. 1st Sheriff Rensselaer County 1st Mayor City of Troy, NY — Map (db m95633) HM
New York (Rockland County), Monsey — Historic Monsey Cemetery
Historic Monsey Cemetery We here highly resolve that the men who fought for freedom in the wars of 1776 – 1812 – 1861 Shall not have died in vain At the coming and the setting Of the sun We shall . . . — Map (db m32547) HM
New York (Saratoga County), Stillwater — 225th Anniversary Battles of Saratoga1777 – 2002
Turning point in the struggle for an independent United States of America Saratoga Battle Chapter Sons of the American Revolution 4 July 2002 Originally placed in honor of our Nation’s Bicentennial — Map (db m9171) HM
New York (Saratoga County), Stillwater — Brig. Gen. Abraham Ten Broeck
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New York (Schenectady County), Schenectady — Revolutionary Hospital & Continental Barracks
On This Site Stood During the Revolutionary War The General Hospital For The Northern Department, And The Continental Barracks. Built By Order Of General Washington In Nov. 1776, And used Until 1780 By Troops Passing Through Or . . . — Map (db m50316) HM
New York (Steuben County), Painted Post — Sullivan-Clinton CampaignThe Final Episode
The Final Episode of the Sullivan-Clinton Campaign was the advance of Col. Van Cortland's Brigade up the Canisteo River to this area two miles beyond the Tory-Indian town of Painted Post, burned by Capt. Simon Spaulding's Riflemen September 28, . . . — Map (db m32796) HM
New York (Suffolk County), Huntington — Patriots of Long Island
This monument is dedicated to the Patiots of Long Island who defended Liberty and Independence during the Revolutionary War — Map (db m42846) HM
New York (Westchester County), Mount Vernon — Saint Paul’s Protestant Episcopal Church
This church stands on the Ancient Village Green of Eastchester, a General Training Ground and Election Place in Colonial Days and Enlisting Headquarters for Revolutionary Soldiers. The First Meeting House, erected on the Green North of this Church . . . — Map (db m32046) HM
New York (Westchester County), Tarrytown — Action in Tarrytown
This tablet erected by the Sons of the Revolution and citizens of this vicinity on July 15, 1899 Commemorates the Action at Tarrytown which occurred near this spot on July 15, 1781 and also the heroism of Colonel Sheldon and Captain Hurlbut of the . . . — Map (db m8612) HM
North Carolina (Halifax County), Halifax — The Owens House
This Georgian style house with a gambled roof was built elsewhere about 1760 and moved here by 1880. It is named for George Owens, a prominent and prosperous Halifax merchant. The house had many owners through the years and was occupied until . . . — Map (db m60698) HM
Ohio (Williams County), Pulaski — 8-86 — Casimir PulaskiFather of American Cavalry
(Side One) Pulaski and Pulaski Township in Williams County are named for Casimir Pulaski, a Polish cavalry officer who died to win America's independence from Great Britain during the Revolutionary War. Charged with attempting to kidnap . . . — Map (db m69028) HM
Pennsylvania (Bedford County), Bedford — First Court House and Prison Built in 1774
This tablet marks the site of the First Court House and Prison Built in 1774 In the prison yard around which was a high stone wall were The Pillory and Whipping Post used in those days for the punishment of criminals Prior to . . . — Map (db m14000) HM
Pennsylvania (Erie County), Erie — Presque Isle Forts
Site of French Fort de la Presqu'Isle - 1753 British Fort Presque Isle - 1760 — Map (db m21423) HM
Pennsylvania (Fayette County), Farmington — The Great Meadows Campaign
“Up to this time the colonies have been acting as entirely separate and independent states.” From message of Governor James Glenn to the South Carolina Assembly, March 5, 1754. The Great Meadows Campaign marked the first . . . — Map (db m1113) HM
Pennsylvania (Fayette County), Farmington — The Old Braddock Road
This tablet marks a well preserved scar of the Old Braddock Trail, one of the most historic pioneer highways in all America. Here, Nemacolin and his associates blazed the trail that became a National Highway. Here, passed the laden pack horse . . . — Map (db m33439) HM
Pennsylvania (Luzerne County), Wilkes-Barre — Fort Wilkes Barre 1778
This monument was erected by the Wyoming Valley Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution assisted by the Sons of the Revolution to mark the spot where Fort Wilkes-Barre stood in 1778 at the time of the Wyoming Massacre. The fort was . . . — Map (db m68786) HM
Pennsylvania (Montgomery County), King of Prussia — Valley Forge Hut
The Hut nearby built according to Washington’s Orders for the Construction of Huts for the Winter Camp of 1777-1778 stands on the Site of a similar Hut which sheltered Soldiers of the Pennsylvania Line and it commemorates their Fortitude in the . . . — Map (db m5670) HM
Pennsylvania (Westmoreland County), Ligonier — Fort Ligonier
The first English fort west of the Alleghany Mountains was built five hundred feet south-east of this spot, in 1758 by order of General John Forbes, and named in honor of Lord John Ligonier. Here General Forbes with the aid of Colonels George . . . — Map (db m48076) HM
Rhode Island (Kent County), East Greenwich — June 12, 1775
On June 12, 1775 The General Assembly for the state of Rhode Island met on this site and enacted a resolution to charter and arm two sloops for the protection of trade and appointed Abraham Whipple to be commander with the rank and power of . . . — Map (db m58263) HM
Rhode Island (Providence County), Providence — Burning of British Taxed Tea
Near this spot the men and women of Providence showed their resistance to the unfair taxation by burning British Taxed tea in the night March 2nd 1775 — Map (db m56349) HM
South Carolina (Charleston County), Charleston — 10-65 — The Siege of Charleston, 1780
(Front text) The British capture of Charleston in May 1780 was one of the worst American defeats of the Revolution. On March 30-31 Gen. Henry Clinton’s British, Hessian, and Loyalist force crossed the Ashley River north of Charleston. On . . . — Map (db m39458) HM
South Carolina (Charleston County), Isle of Palms — 10-11 — Lord Cornwallis
(Front text) Major General Charles Cornwallis established a brigade headquarters not far from this site on or around June 19, 1776. His brigade was part of a British army under the command of Sir Henry Clinton, which had occupied this island . . . — Map (db m39959) HM
South Carolina (Clarendon County), Summerton — 2nd Battle of Fort WatsonFirst British Fort To Fall
23 April 1781 American Forces led by Brig. Gen. Francis Marion "The Swamp Fox" South Carolina Malitia - Commander [Marion picture included] LTC Henry "Lighthorse Harry" Lee Lee's Legion British Forces led by . . . — Map (db m24418) HM
South Carolina (Clarendon County), Summerton — Swamp Fox
Sacred to the memory of Brig. Gen.Francis Marion who departed this life, on the 27th of February, 1795, in the sixty-third year of his age; deeply regretted by all his fellow citizens History will record his worth, and rising generations . . . — Map (db m24487) HM
South Carolina (Kershaw County), Camden — Revolutionary War Memorial
This memorial is dedicated to American Revolutionary War heroes who were patriots of the Old Camden District … Markers are for Patriots buried in graves known and unknown … Patriots in marked graves in Quaker Cemetery are: Surgeon Isaac Alexander, . . . — Map (db m51707) HM
South Carolina (Oconee County), Seneca — 37-6 — Capt. Samuel Earle
[Front]: Capt. Samuel Earle (1760-1833), an officer during the American Revolution, state representative, and U.S. representative, lived at nearby Beaverdam Plantation. He also furnished land for the town of Andersonville, once 12 mi. . . . — Map (db m34563) HM
South Carolina (Richland County), Columbia — Colonel Thomas Taylor1743 - 1833
This marker honors Colonel Thomas Taylor, Patriot of the American Revolution. It is erected during this bicentennial year of 1976 to commemorate his contribution to the educational, cultural, civic, and religious life of the people of Richland . . . — Map (db m51187) HM
South Carolina (Union County), Cross Anchor — 44-7 — Battle of Blackstock’s
This battle of the Revolution took place on William Blackstock’s plantation, 3 miles N. on the south side of the Tyger River, November 20, 1780. Gen. Thomas Sumter commanded the American patriots who repulsed Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton’s . . . — Map (db m11111) HM
Tennessee (Hamilton County), Lookout Mountain — Lookout MountainAmerican Revolutionary War Battle
The Chattanooga area was firmly controlled by the Chickamauga Indians at the time of The American Revolution. The Cherokee Indian chiefs had signed peace and land treaties with the Colonial settlers. However, a small group of rebellious Cherokees . . . — Map (db m4496) HM
Texas (Galveston County), Galveston — 11579 — Texas Society, Sons of the American Revolution
In 1889, during the Centennial of the inauguration of George Washington as first President of the United States, a group of Revolutionary War soldiers' descendants gathered in New York to form a society to promote awareness of the Revolutionary War . . . — Map (db m60471) HM
Vermont (Addison County), Orwell — Mount IndependenceBastion of the Revolution
Fortification was begun in June of 1776, and the name Mount Independence was bestowed following the Declaration of Independence. Lieut. Col. Jeduthan Baldwin was the chief construction engineer. Here the exhausted American Army, Northern Department, . . . — Map (db m9275) HM
Vermont (Bennington County), North Bennington — Home Where Lt .Colonel Baum Died
A few feet east of this marker stood the house, removed about 1870, in which Lieutenant Colonel Friedrich Baum died. Commander of the enemy forces, he was mortally wounded in the battle of Bennington and died two days later, August 18,1777. He was . . . — Map (db m58451) HM
Virginia, Chesapeake — Great Bridge Marshall Memorial
Fauquier County, Virginia Officers of the Culpeper Minute Battalion At the Battle of Great Bridge Major Thomas Marshall (1730-1802) Member, 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th Virginia Conventions Colonel, 3rd Virginia Regiment Colonel, Virginia . . . — Map (db m54953) HM
Virginia (James City County), Williamsburg — Battle of Green SpringJuly 6, 1781
Hear the crack of flintlock muskets and smell the smoke from cannon fire! On this site, on July 6, 1781, 5,000 British troops under General Charles Cornwallis and Colonel Banastre Tarleton clashed with 900 American soldiers led by the Marquis de . . . — Map (db m30651) HM
Virginia (Orange County), Orange — Elder John Leland
Courageous leader of the Baptist Doctrine Ardent advocate of the principles of democracy Vindicator of separation of church and state. Near this spot in 1788, elder John Leland and James Madison, the father of the American Constitution, held a . . . — Map (db m4697) HM
Virginia (Stafford County), Falmouth — James HunterPatriot — 1721 - 1785
Owner of the famed Hunter Iron Works in Stafford County, which manufactured most of the camp utensils and weapons for the Virginia forces during the Revolutionary War. A true patriot, he received little, if any, compensation. — Map (db m32392) HM
Virginia (Washington County), Abingdon — Battle of Kings MountainSouth Carolina – 7 Oct 1780
Major William Edmiston. William Edmiston was named by General William Campbell as the commanding officer of the Virginia Militia at the Battle of King’s Mountain SC. Known for bravery under fire Major Edmiston ordered his troops up the mountain . . . — Map (db m46267) HM
Virginia (York County), Yorktown — Capture of Redoubt No. 10
On this line at the Siege of Yorktown on October 14, 1781, at night the Battalions of Gimat, Hamilton and Laurens of the Light Infantry Division of Major-General Marquis de Lafayette, under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander Hamilton with . . . — Map (db m10617) HM
West Virginia (Jefferson County), Harpers Ferry — Revolutionary War Soldier
Revolutionary War Soldier William Broadus Born 1755 Died October 5, 1830 Lieutenant in the First Virginia Regiment Commanded by Colonel George Gibson Marker placed by General Adam Stephen Chapter, NSSAR and Virginia Society, NSSAR . . . — Map (db m103454) HM WM
West Virginia (Jefferson County), Shepherdstown — Reformed Graveyard

Within these walls lie the following Revolutionary War Soldiers and Patriots:

Henry Cookus • John Hoffman Michael Cookus • Nicholas Schell John Haines • Peter Seever Jacob Haynes • Peter Staley Lawrence Hensel • John Martin . . . — Map (db m103672) WM

West Virginia (Mason County), Point Pleasant — The Magazine
[Top Inscription on Marker] Dedicated to those militiamen who were buried in the magazine and the surrounding battlefield on OCTOBER 11, 1774 Col. Charles Lewis, Col. John Field, Capt. Thomas Buford, Cpt. Robert McClenachan, . . . — Map (db m20797) HM
Wisconsin (Brown County), Oneida — 502 — Revolutionary War Veteran
James Powlis, whose Oneida name Tewakatelyλ·thale! means "I'm Worried", was born around 1750, probably in New York State. In 1777, after the disintegration of the Iroquois Confederacy's neutrality, Congress sought to offset the allegiance of . . . — Map (db m11097) HM
Wisconsin (Columbia County), Portage — Revolutionary War Veteran
Patriots Cooper Pixley and Alexander Porter served the cause of gaining our nation's independence while dedicated members of the military. Both are buried in Section 33 of this National Soldiers Rest. Cooper Pixley, born in Great Barrington, . . . — Map (db m42899) HM
Wisconsin (Dane County), Oregon — 470 — Revolutionary War Veteran
Nathaniel Ames, whose grave is near the crest of this hill, was born on April 25, 1761, in Scituate, Rhode Island. He first enlisted in the Continental Army at the age of 18 and served several short enlistments under General George Washington over . . . — Map (db m35341) HM
Wisconsin (Dunn County), Menomonie — 501 — Dr. Stephen TainterRevolutionary War Veteran
Up the hill on the left lies patriot Dr. Stephen Tainter, born October 13, 1760, in Westborough, Massachusetts. He first enlisted in December 1776, at the age of sixteen, as a drummer with Captain Kimball's company in Colonel Sparhawk's . . . — Map (db m21255) HM
Wisconsin (Kenosha County), Kenosha — 507 — Revolutionary War Veterans
(Side A) Born April 1757 in Stratford, CT, Abner Barlow moved to NH in 1772. At 20, Barlow enlisted as private in the NH Rangers, serving in Maj. Whitcomb’s Independent Corps at the Battle of Bennington and the surrender of Burgoyne, . . . — Map (db m38240) HM
Wisconsin (Milwaukee County), Wauwatosa — 499 — Revolutionary War Veteran
Front Patriot James Morgan was born April 5, 1748, in Frederick County, Virginia. At the age of 30, Morgan enlisted in the Revolution for a three-month tour in Colonel John Evan’s Virginia Regiment. He served with General McIntosh’s campaign . . . — Map (db m31763) HM
Wisconsin (Racine County), Racine — 492 — Soldiers of the American Revolution
Three American Revolution patriots rest in this cemetery. A fourth soldier is also recognized here. Elisha Raymond was born in 1761. In 1776, at age 15, he enlisted in the Rhode Island Militia and completed seven tours of duty. In 1835, he . . . — Map (db m34298) HM
Wisconsin (Racine County), Union Grove — Revolutionary War Veteran
(obverse) Patriot Helmont Kellogg was born on March 17, 1762 in New Hartford, Connecticut. Helmont served four different hitches in the Connecticut Militia during the Revolution; as a drummer in 1777 in Colonel Adam's Regiment; for . . . — Map (db m54068) HM
Wisconsin (Racine County), Union Grove — 491 — Revolutionary War VeteranPhineas Cadwell
Resting in this cemetery is a Militia veteran who fought in the American Revolutionary War of 1776-1783. In the last years of his life, he moved to Wisconsin and helped found what is now known as the Union Grove Congregational Church. He served as . . . — Map (db m54069) HM
Wisconsin (Rock County), Clinton — 496 — Soldier of The American Revolution
Philip Allen was born in Bridgewater, Massachusetts on July 9, 1757. At the outbreak of the revolution, 18-year-old Allen enlisted as his brother’s substitute in Captain Packard’s company of Colonel David Brewster’s regiment. Allen served in at . . . — Map (db m33614) HM
Wisconsin (Sheboygan County), Sheboygan — 516 — Revolutionary War Veteran
Fourteen-year-old David Waldo joined the Revolution in 1779. Waldo was born on September 21, 1764, in Dover, New York. He served under Colonel Sherwood at Fort Edward (north of Albany, New York) for three months and completed his first tour . . . — Map (db m32403) HM
Wisconsin (Walworth County), Little Prairie — Revolutionary War Veteran
Patriot David Janes served the cause of gaining our nation's independence from England while a dedicated member of the military. A descendant of William Bradford III, the first Governor of the Plymouth Colony, David was born in 1762. In the . . . — Map (db m46669) HM
Wisconsin (Walworth County), Whitewater — 512 — Revolutionary War Veterans
Two Revolutionary war veterans, Eli Pearce and Israel Ferris, are buried in this cemetery. Born August 24, 1760, in Middleborough, Massachusetts, Eli Pierce enlisted April 13, 1776, and served six months in Col. Christopher Lippett's Rhode . . . — Map (db m43483) HM

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