William Coram, Commander in Chief's Guard

William Coram, Commander in Chief's Guard

US Revolutionary War

William Coram (1756-1821) holds the distinction of having served in General Washington's Commander-in-Chief's Guard from the date of the unit's creation in 1777 until it was disbanded in 1783 at the end of the American Revolutionary War. He died in 1821 in Warren County, Georgia, and is buried in an unmarked grave somewhere in that county.

US Revolutionary War (1775 - 1783)
Conflict Period

US Revolutionary War

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Branch

Army

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Rank

Sergeant

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Service Start Date

1775

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Service End Date

1783

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Served

Commander in Chief's Guard

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Additional Info
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TomCoram -Contributions private
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January 27, 2011
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December 11, 2013
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