Addendum to post #21

Jesse Eldredge 1742-1788 – Private, Infantry, Capt Pease’s company, Col. Douglas’ Regiment, CT – Revolutionary War

Joseph Hunt 1740-1817 – Col. Latimer’s Regiment, CT – Artillery – Revolutionary War

James Holt – 1746-1818 – Capt Nathaniel Saltonstall’s co. Coast Guard – Rev. War

Timothy Poole – 1739-1821 – Maj.Gen Phinehas Lyman’s Command, French & Indian War :: Under Col. Hinkley’s command, CT, Revolutionary War

John Lougee – 1758-1832 Private, NH Militia, Rev. War

Abner Sanborn – 1746-1841 private, Capt. Nay, Col. Poor’s Command. NH – Revolutionary War

Jonathan Norris – 1749-1826 2nd Lieutenant – Eames Company of Rangers, NH Rev. War.

Ebenezer Smith – 1741-1791 Col. Nathan Whiting’s command, French & Indian War, CT Private in Rev. War

Zadock Bishop – 1749-1848 Private, Capt Woods company, Col. Sargent’s command, MA. Rev. War

David Reynolds – 1760-1832 Capt. Ely’s company, Capt. Starr’s regiment, Col. Huntingdon’s Brigade, CT – Rev. War. :: Taken Prisoner at Tarrytown, NY in Fall 1782. Escaped from British prison ship at Passamaquoddy, near Lubec, Maine, spring 1783.

Nathaniel Cox – 1741-1799 Col. McCobb’s regiment, Brig. Gen. Warner’s Brigade, Maine. Was one of four who received bounty prize money for his part in the capture of The Margaretta.

Nathan Whitney – 1742-1834 Rev. War – Maine.

Moses Branch – 1731 – 1819 Captain, Commissioned Jan 1, 1778.

Thomas Pendleton – 1746-1812 – Maine – Rev. War.

Benjamin Foss – 1740-1830 – Machias, ME milita, Rev. War.

Ephraim Roberts – 1745-1808 Ship’s Captain- Rev. War Privateer – Maine

Francis Miller – 1733-1800 – Miller, Francis.Private, Capt. Jesse Roe’s co. of artificers, attached to Brig. Gen. Henry Knox’s corps of artillery; muster rolls for Nov. and Dec., 1777; also, Capt. Christopher Beackley’s co. of Artillery artificers, detached from Col. Benjamin Flower’s corps of artificers and attached to artillery in the field commanded by Brig. Gen. Henry Knox; muster roll for April, 1778.

Theophilus Wilder 1740-1821 Captain. commanded a company of militia and served to the surrender at Yorktown. He was born in Hingham, Mass.; died in Pembroke, Me. Capt. in the regiments of Col. Nicholas Dyke & Col. Ebenezer Thayer Jr. of Mass troops. Rev War – present at surrender of Cornwallis.

David Gardner – 1734-1814 Private – Capt. Jonathan Loring’s co, Com. Capt. Charles Cushing. Mass. Milita

Isaac Wilder – 1737-1810 – Massachusetts:: Seaman, brigantine “Independence,” commanded by Capt. Simeon Samson; engaged May 2, 1776; service to Sept. 22, 1776, 4 mos. 20 days; roll dated Plymouth; also, same vessel and commander; engaged Sept. 23, 1776; service to Jan. 1, 1777, 3 mos. 8 days; also, same vessel and commander; engaged Jan. 1, 1777; service to July 5, 1777, 6 mos. 5 days.

Abner Gardner – 1765-1850 Massachusetts. Drummer, Capt. Jacob Pool’s co., Col. Jacobs’s (Plymouth Co.) regt.; enlisted July 21, 1780; discharged Oct. 21, 1780; service, 3 mos. 13 days, travel included; company raised to reinforce Continental Army for 3 months. Roll sworn to at Boston.

Zenas Wilder – Hingham, Massachusetts.Private, Capt. Enoch Whiton’s co., Col. Benjamin Lincoln’s regt., which assembled April 19, 1775; service, 3 days; also, Capt. Pyam Cushing’s co., Col. Solomon Lovel’s regt.; service, 4 days; company assembled at Dorchester March 4, 1776; also, same co. and regt.; service between March 11, and March 29, 1776, 2 days; company assembled to guard the shore; also, same co. and regt.; service, 2 days; company assembled at Hull two different times in June, 1776; also, pay roll of half a company commanded by Lieut. Jabez Wilder, dated Feb. 27, 1778, and endorsed “Colo David Cushing Regt;” service, 6 days, under Col. Lothrop at Hull; also, list of men drafted from militia to march to Horse Neck under command of Col. McIntosh [year not given], but who failed to join regiment; reported drafted from town of Hingham; drafted into Capt. Cushing’s co.

William Towers – 1750-1835 Seaman, Maine/Canada – Rev. War.

Samuel Hawkins – 1824-1902 – Civil War – Maine

Hiram Hills Roberts– 1827 – 1863 Civil War – Maine – Died in Bellefontaine, Ohio. Enlisted in Company H, Maine 28th Infantry Regiment on 10 Oct 1862.

Andrew Hooper – 1835-1910 Civil War – Maine – Enlisted in Company F, Maine 6th Infantry Regiment on 12 Dec 1861. Mustered out on 14 Feb 1863.

Ephraim Weston Reynolds – 1838-1906 – Civil War – Maine Name: Ephraim Reynolds RESIDENCE: MacHias, Maine Enlistment Date: 7 Jan 1862 Side Served: Union State Served: Maine Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 7 January 1862 at the age of 24. Enlisted in Company K, 15th Infantry Regiment Maine on 7 Jan 1862. Discharged from Company K, 15th Infantry Regiment Maine on 18 Aug 1862. Sources: 77 Fifteenth Infantry.–Cols., John McCluskey, Isaac Dyer; Lieut.-Cols., Isaac Dyer, Benjamin B. Murray, Jr., Pembroke; Majs., Benjamin Hawes, Franklin M. Drew, James H. Whitmore, John R. Coates. This regiment was raised principally in Aroostock county, and was organized at Augusta, Me., from Dec. 6 to 31, 1861, to serve for three years. It was mustered into the U. S. service on Jan. 23, 1862, and embarked from Portland March 6 for Ship island, Miss., at which date it numbered 962 men, rank and file. The regiment remained encamped at Carrollton, La., from May 19 to Sept. 18, during which time it suffered much from malarial diseases.

Francis Roach – 1837-1879 Civil War – Massachusetts::Roach, Francis – Priv. – Res. Lynn; 24; shoemaker; enl. Dec 17, 1861; must. Dec 31, 1861; re-enlist. Jany 1, 1864, as Corpl.; wounded May 12, 1864, at Spottsylvania, Va., prom. Sergt., May 25, 1865; must. out June 30, 1865 The 1890 US Bureau of Pensions lists Francis Roach as Pvt Co A 28 Regt Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. This is also recorded on his gravestone at St. Mary’s Cemetery, Lynn, Massachusetts. One piece of paper in the same Pension document notes he enlisted Sept 1, 1863 in Company A.

William H. Eldredge – 1826-1889 Civil War – CT. Residence: Groton, Connecticut Enlistment Date:10 Sep 1862 Side Served: Union State Served: Connecticut Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 10 September 1862. Enlisted in Company K, 26th Infantry Regiment Connecticut on 10 Nov 1862. Discharged from Company K, 26th Infantry Regiment Connecticut on 24 Jul 1863. Enlisted in Company B, Hq Trp DOG Regiment U.S. Veteran Volunteers on 25 Jul 1863. Mustered Out Company B, Hq Trp DOG Regiment U.S. Veteran Volunteers on 30 Jul 1864

Lester Fremont Eldredge 1909-1991 – Enlisted WWII – Army. After term of service, enlisted Air Force.

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2 Responses to Addendum to post #21

  1. kessara says:

    No, but thanks! That’s really cool.

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