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Thomas Hawley killed at Sudbury April 21, 1676
Posted by: Michael Cootware Date: February 08, 2002 at 13:33:30
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My ancestor, Thomas Hawley was an early settler at Roxbury, MA, he was in Capt. Cowell's Company of Dragoons and was killed in the Sudbury fight in King Philip's War. Lieut. Hawley,was slain by Indians near Sudbury, MA. on 21 April, 1676 as a member of Capt. Avill's company of Light Dragoons. Thomas Hawley Sr. is listed as Date of Accounting, 21 Apr 1676, Conflict, Wadsworth.

Does anyone have any information about this battle? Or those that fought there?

Thank You,
Michael Cootware


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