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Gentlemen: I wish to find out from the pension records about my great-grandfather, Dr. Luther Waterman. He was born in Connecticut, was with Montgomery at...

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Made 06 Mar 2013

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...the records of the town of Norwich, (of which Franklin was a part at the period of the marriage of Dr. & Mrs. W.) have been burnt, and that there is...

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On the same paper was a statement of the service of Lieut. John Waterman, a brother of Dr. Luther Waterman.

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He was in the following battles to wit the battle of the White Plains New York then at Stamford then at Horseneck then at Rye all in New York - & in all...

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Then he joined a brigade commanded by Horatio Gates under General Wm Bond of Massachusetts ?? he being named Suregon and Doctor Vinal under him as Surgeon's...

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Said Phebe Waterman doth depose and say that in the year 1775 Doctor Luther Waterman joined the American army as a Surgeon's mate under Dr. Spaulding in Col....

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Deposition of Mrs. Phebe Waterman

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Luther Waterman entered the service in 1775 as surgeon's mate under Doctor Spaulding in Colonel John Durkee's Connecticut Regiment and served nine months; in...

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I, Joseph Ayer, above named, do on this 30th day of April 1839 depose and say: that I hold the Office of Pastor of the Congregational Church in the Parish of...

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"January first, seventeen hundred seventy eight. Luther Waterman & Phebe Barker." I certify that the foregoing is a true copy of the record...

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...and from the deponent's best recollection he the deponent was then ten or eleven years old and he has no doubt but that it was in the year 1776 that said...

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...doth on his oath testify and say that he was present and saw Doctor Luther Waterman married to Phebe Barker, the marriage took place at the Dwelling house...

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bible

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Affidavit of Samuel Waterman

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Luther Waterman deceased, who was a Surgeon in the Massachusetts line.

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$375.00 per annum

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Surgeon of Brigade

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W. 4,379

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Conn. Continental

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82 years

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Made 06 Mar 2013

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