Annotations by gscott2007, 921-940

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New London was burnt

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 4

Made 27 Jul 2007

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went with said company to New London ten times on alarms in the year 1780, nine times in the year 1781, and eight times in the year 1782

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Made 27 Jul 2007

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Long Island

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Made 27 Jul 2007

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that during said time he was called out with said company on alarms & went to New London ten times in the year 1775, twelve times in the year 1776, ten...

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Made 27 Jul 2007

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Fort Griswold

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Made 27 Jul 2007

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suffered greatly while there from want of food & necessary clothing

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Made 27 Jul 2007

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there were three hundred prisoners in the same building

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Made 27 Jul 2007

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kept prisoner in a building in Broadway near what is now called the Park

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Made 27 Jul 2007

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New York

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Made 27 Jul 2007

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Long Island

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Made 27 Jul 2007

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went up & down teh sound to guard the coast of Connecticut

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Made 27 Jul 2007

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White plains

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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for such was the hurry, paddling and confusion that every man threw himself on board the boats at every chance he could get

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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Turtle bay

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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New York City

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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battle on Long Island

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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the whale boats of the British and refugees who came across form Long Island to pillage from the inhabitants

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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fort Griswold

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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on board of a Row Galley under the command of Captain John Wilson for two months at Saybrook

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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the sloop "Sally" under the command of Captain Elisha Hart at Saybrook

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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