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Thaddeus Todd can be found in numerous documents including this one with his first named spelled variously including: Thad, Thads.,Thaddeus, Thaddius, Thadous, Thaddous, Thadds,…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Service Records: Page 58 · 19 Jan 2010 You

Thaddeus Todd can be found in numerous documents including this one with his first named spelled variously including: Thad, Thaddeus, Thaddius, Thaddous, Thadds, Thaddues,…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Service Records: Page 46 · 19 Jan 2010 You

Thaddeus Todd can be found in numerous documents including this one with his first named spelled variously including: Thad, Thaddeus, Thaddius, Thaddous, Thadds, Thaddues,…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Service Records: Page 45 · 19 Jan 2010 You

Thaddeus Todd can be found in numerous documents including this one with his first named spelled variously including: Thad, Thaddeus, Thaddius, Thaddous, Thadds, Thaddues,…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 4 · 19 Jan 2010 You

Thaddeus Todd can be found in numerous documents including this one with his first named spelled variously including: Thad, Thaddeus, Thaddius, Thaddous, Thadds, Thaddues,…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Rolls: Page 189 · 19 Jan 2010 You

Thads Todd = Thaddeus Todd, variously spelled Thadens Todd and Thadeus Todd in other records

Image, found in Revolutionary War Rolls: Page 22 · 19 Jan 2010 You

Service Record Card, Company Pay Roll for the month of December 1779 - Private Thaddeus Todd, Capt. Joseph Mansfield's Co., 6th Battalion Connecticut Forces, commanded by Col.…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Service Records: Page 31 · 14 Sep 2009 You

Service Record Card, Roll dated September 30, 1779 - Private Thaddeus Todd, Capt. Joseph Mansfield's Company, 6th Battalion Connecticut Forces, commanded by Col. Return Jonathan…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Service Records: Page 40 · 14 Sep 2009 You

The Enumerator of this Census document, Augusta Emily (Storer) Woodbridge is the mother of Emily Storer (Woodbridge) Sheppard (line 72).

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1930: Sheet 10B · 10 Sep 2009 You

Martin C Deming, Judge of Probate Court is the son of Silvester Deming and grandson of Gamaliel Deming. Gamaliel and Silvester both served in the Revolutionary War. Silvester's…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 15 · 02 Jul 2009 You

Martin Deming's name spelled incorrectly as "Mertin Deming" Martin was the son of Gamaliel and Rebecca (Kellogg) Deming. Brother of Silvester [Sylvester] Deming. Family…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Service Records: Page 1 · 29 Jun 2009 You

Corps of Artificers. Continental Troops. Samuel Barnard Captain Jacob Low's Co. of Carpenters stationed at Fish Kill, in the service of the United States of America, and under the…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Service Records: Page 7 · 27 Jun 2009 You

Personal appeared the Rev'd. Stephen Dodd aged 60 years of East Haven County of New Haven State of Connecticut. who being duly sworn according to law deposeth and saith that on…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 3 · 19 May 2009 You

Ruben Molthrop aka Reuben Moulthrop

Image, found in Revolutionary War Rolls: Page 9 · 19 May 2009 You

New Haven County fs I, John Beach. clerk of the Court of Probate within and for the District of New Haven, Keeper of the records and Seal thereof _ hereby Certify that Nathaniel…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 16 · 19 May 2009 You

State of Connecticut fs On this 10th day of July 1843 personally appeared before Isaac Mix, Esq. a Justice of the Peace in and for the County of New Haven, Mrs. Hannah…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 15 · 19 May 2009 You

Hmmm.....Another Storer connected to the Moulthrop family. Could this be Eliphalet Gilman Storer?

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 13 · 19 May 2009 You

That she was not married, to him prior to his leaving the service, but the marriage took place previous to the first day of January, seventeen hundred and ninety four, viz. at the…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 12 · 19 May 2009 You

State of Connecticut County of New Haven. ss New Haven, __ On this 4th day of May 1839. Personally appeared, in Open Court, befor the Hon'bl. Nathaniel R. Clark, sole and…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 11 · 19 May 2009 You

William Storer was the son-in-law of Reuben and Hannah (Street) Moulthrop, having married their daughter Delia Ann Moulthrop. I am wondering if the person mentioned on this…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 10 · 19 May 2009 You