A Genealogy of the Ingersoll Family in America 1629-1925
132. Artemidorus6 Ingersoll (Francis,5 Jonathan,4 Samuel,3 George,2 Richard1), m. 1789 Sarah Newberry. Served in the Revolutionary War as Private in Capt. Ambrose Hill's Co., Lieut. Col. Miles Powell's (Berkshire Co.) Regt.; enlisted July 18, 1779; discharged Aug. 22, 1779; service 1 mo. 10 days at New Haven, Conn. including 5 days' (110 miles) travel home; also Capt. Stephen Jenkins's Co., Col. Jacob Gerrish's Regt.; enlisted Oct. 14, 1779; discharged Nov. 22, 1779, service 1 mo. 20 days at Claverack, including 12 days (240 miles) travel home; regiment detached from militia of Essex and Suffolk Counties to reinforce army under Gen. Washington. Also pay roll for 6 mo. men raised by the town of West Stockbridge for service in the Continental Army during 1780. Marched July 1, 1780; discharged Jan. 14, 1781; service 6 mo. 19 days, including travel (100 miles) home; also Private Capt. John Backus' Co., Col. Caleb Hyde's Regt., Gen. Rossiter's Brigade, enlisted Oct. 20, 1781; discharged Oct. 28, 1781, service 9 days at Stillwater on an alarm. Enlisted at Springfield, Mass.
194 i Myron Newberry, b. Oct. 12, 1804; d. May 21, 1860, Coaldale, Pa.
iii Daughter, m. Loomis.
iv Daughter, m. Bodfish.
195 v Minerva.
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