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Soldier Ichabod Beardsley was in the Militia
Posted by: Messenger (ID *****1934) Date: April 11, 2008 at 20:56:56
In Reply to: Bridgeport Revolutionary War Militia records.. by Ruth Hoffman of 974


A History of the old town of Stratford and the City of Bridgeport, CT
By Samuel Orcutt
Fairfield Co., Historical Society
1886 pages 1481

The following was on page 399 Revolutionary War

The following is a Copy of the Roll of Lt. William Hall's Company of Guard, stationed for Four Years-from 177-1782-in the old Borroughs store building on the wharf of Bridgeport, Furnished by Wildman Hall, one of the members of the company and its last survivor to Dea. Isaac Sherman. The said Wildman Hall died July 10, 1851.

Officers in 1781
LT William Hall
Sgt. Isaac Patchen
Corpl. Joel Parish
Privates
Thomas Cooke
Ebenezer Hawley
Samuel Wheeler
Zachariah Wheeler
James Crowford
John Porter
William Hubbell
Lyman Knapp
Ebenerzer Gregory,
Wildman Hall
Samuel French Clerk

Ichabod Beardsley

Salmon Patchin
James Gragory
Josiah Burritt
Sherman Burritt
Denton Seeley
John McEnzie
Seth Bulkley
Jpseph Hawes


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