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Please help, Looking for info, Pvt. Asa Lawrence, New York Militia, War of 1812
Posted by: Matthew Boire (ID *****9413) Date: February 05, 2009 at 14:00:42
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I am currently looking for info on my Great-Great-Great-Great-Great Grandfather, Asa Lawrence's War of 1812 Service. Right now I have some conflicting information I'm trying to straighten out. According to my Grandfather's notes, Asa served in the Company of Captain Daniel Blish(?), New York State Militia, part of Major Reuben Sanford's 40th Brigade. I sent away to the New York State Archives for info on him and they have him recorded as serving in Capt. Andrew A. VanDerZee's "New Baltimore" Company, attached to Col. Barnabas Carver's 61st Regiment, NY State Militia. I do know that he also served in the Battle of Plattsburgh, September 7-11, 1814. I know it is a long shot, but can anyone out there help? Any info would be greatly appreciated.


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