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Re: Part 2
Posted by: C (ID *****2516) Date: August 19, 2012 at 07:31:40
In Reply to: Hilton Help! Two Part Request by Judy Bennett of 27734


DAR Records:
HILTON, JOHN DAR Ancestor #: A056427
Service: MASSACHUSETTS Rank: PRIVATE
Birth: 5-11-1756 POWNALBORO YORK CO ME DIST MASSACHUSETTS
Death: 12-31-1835 NORTH ANSON SOMERSET CO MAINE
Spouse: Rachel Gray
Service Source: MA SOLS & SAILS, VOL 7, P 925
Service Description: 1) CAPT SOLOMON WALKER
Index of the Rolls of Honor (ancestor's Index) in the Lineage Books of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Volumes 1 to 160: Volumes 57-59 (Google eBook)

Descendant of Capt Isaac Davis and of Lieut John Hilton
Daughter of Isaac F Davis and Martha Burns his wife
Granddaughter of Isaac Davis and Sally Brown his wife
Robert Burns and Sabrina Hilton his wife Gr granddaughter of Ephraim Davis and Jane his wife Edgar Hilton and Betsey Hilton his wife Gr gr granddaughter of Isaac Davis and Hannah Brown his wife
John Hilton and Rachel Gray his wife
Isaac Davis 1744 -75 was a Provincial minute man Massachusetts militia and commanded a company at the battle of Concord where he was killed. He was born in Acton (Also No. 5019
John Hilton 1756 -1835 served 1776 as lieutenant in Capt John Decker's company, Col Samuel McCobb's Lincoln County regiment. He was born in Wiscasset died in North Anson Me

Sketches of Representatives Women of New England

http://books.google.com/books?id=VwhAgMJTml0C&dq=CAPT+SOLOMON+WALKER+Revolutionary+war&source=gbs_navlinks_s

p 128-129 Describes the service of Captain Solomon Walker during the Revolutionary War. Maybe from you can learn more about John Hilton by searching those specific conflicts for his participation

or from the above reference to Capt John Deckerís company under Col McCobb.




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