MaryLou, thanks so much for your reply. I did find some material after that original post. He is listed as having served as a private (several Times) in "Massachusetts Solders and Sailors in the Revolutionary War" vol 4 pg 982. published between 1892 and 1908. I also have in my possession some very interesting pieces of work, which I refer to as scrolls, on the Drown family history descended from Joshua Drowne. They seem to be very extensive and they also mention Nathaniel's service and also mentions Col. Frederick Drown and Capt Jonathan Drown. The work is entitled "Authentic Family Records" and it was created by Frederick E. Drowne, Pawtucket, RI in May 1896. I wonder if you have seen this work. If not I will gladly try and make copies for you.
Regards, Elliott Bristol
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