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PACKARD, Abiah of Bridgewater. Captain David Packard's Company, Col. Eliphalet Cary's regiment, who marched on alarm to RI, Jul 22, 1780, in service from Jul 23 to Aug 9, 1780; Private. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, page 241.

PACKARD, Adin of Bridgewater. Captain David Packard's Company, Col. Eliphalet Cary's regiment, who marched on alarm to RI, Jul 22, 1780, in service from Jul 23 to Aug 9, 1780; Private. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, page 241.

PACKARD, Asa of Bridgewater/North Bridgewater. Captain Robert Webster's Company. Gen. Pomeroy's regiment; in service three months and twelve days from April 27, 1775; fifer [page 233]. Capt. Nathan Packard's Company, Maj. Eliphalet Cary's regiment that marched on account of the alarm in RI, Jul 22, 1780; Private [page 241]. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, page 233 and 241.

PACKARD, Benjamin of Bridgewater. Allen's Company. Thirteenth regiment; enlisted for duration of war; service 45 months 3 days. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, page 237.

PACKARD, Benjamin of Somerset (formerly Swansea). SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PACKARD, Caleb of Bridgewater. Capt. Nathan Packard's Company, Maj. Eliphalet Cary's regiment that marched on account of the alarm in RI, Jul 22, 1780; Private. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, page 241.

PACKARD, Daniel of Bridgewater/North Bridgewater. Captain Daniel Lothrop's Company, Col. John Bailey's regiment, for eight months' service, from May 3, 1775; served one month, two days [page 234]. 8th Company. Fourteenth regiment; enlisted for 3 years; service 32 months; 39 days [page 237]. Capt. Stetson's Company, Col. Marshall's regiment; enlisted Apr 9, 1777 [page 238]. Enlisted Jan. 25, 1782 Col. John Bailey's regiment to reinforce the Continental army [page 242]. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, pages 234, 237, 238 and 242.

PACKARD, David of Bridgewater/North Bridgewater. Capt. Snell's Company. Colonel Mitchell's regiment of militia, who marched on Rhode Island alarm of Dec 8, 1776, and were in service two weeks and two days; First Lieutenant [page 236]. Capt. Nathan Packard's Company, Col. Thomas Carpenter's regiment of militia; on payroll and in service in RI; Private [page 238]. Captain David Packard's Company, Col. Eliphalet Cary's regiment, who marched on alarm to RI, Jul 22, 1780, in service from Jul 23 to Aug 9, 1780; Captain [page 240]. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, pages 236, 238, and 240.

PACKARD, Elijah of Bridgewater/North Bridgewater. Capt. Thomas Pierce's Company of Artillery, Colonel Knox's regiment, for service at Roxbury, December 16, 1775 [page 235]. Sept 25 to Oct 30, 1777, secret expedition to Tiverton, RI; Private [page 237]. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, pages 235 and 237.

PACKARD, Ephraim of Bridgewater/North Bridgewater. Capt. Snell's Company. Colonel Mitchell's regiment of militia, who marched on Rhode Island alarm of Dec 8, 1776, and were in service two weeks and two days; Private [page 236]. Captain David Packard's Company, Col. Eliphalet Cary's regiment, who marched on alarm to RI, Jul 22, 1780, in service from Jul 23 to Aug 9, 1780; Serg [page 240]. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, pages 236 and 240.

PACKARD, Hezekiah of Bridgewater/North Bridgewater. Capt. Edward Cobb's Company. Marched from North of Bridgewater to Bristol, RI, Apr 21, 1777, for two months' service; Fifer; service for 2 months, 4 1/2 days [page 237]. Capt. Joseph Cole's Company, Col. John Jacobs' regiment in the Continental Service for one year from Jan 1, 1778; Fifer. Mustered into the service of the States, to serve till Jan 1, 1779 [page 239]. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, pages 237 and 239.

PACKARD, Ichabod of North Bridgewater. Capt. Elisha Mitchell's Company. Colonel Simeon Cary's regiment, that marched April 2, 1775; Private. Abiel Pierce's Company. Colonel Nicholas Dike's regiment, from Aug 3, 1776 to Nov 29, 1776. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, page 235.

PACKARD, Isaiah of North Bridgewater. Capt. Luke Bicknell's Company, Col. Putnam's regiment at West Point, NY, 1781. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, page 242.

PACKARD, Jacob of Bridgewater, North Parish. On pay-roll of six-months men raised in July, 1780 for Continental Service; Private [page 240]. Capt. Nathan Packard's Company, Maj. Eliphalet Cary's regiment that marched on account of the alarm in RI, Jul 22, 1780; Private [page 241]. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, pages 240 and 241.

PACKARD, James of North Bridgewater. Capt. Calvin Partridge's Company of Militia, Col. Samuel Pierce's regiment, stationed at Little Compton, RI, Apr 30, 1779; Sergeant. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, page 239.

PACKARD, John of Bridgewater/North Bridgewater. Capt. Snell's Company. Colonel Mitchell's regiment of militia, who marched on Rhode Island alarm of Dec 8, 1776, and were in service two weeks and two days [page 236]. Sept 25 to Oct 30, 1777, secret expedition to Tiverton, RI; Private [page 237]. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, pages 236 and 237.

PACKARD, Jonas of North Bridgewater. Capt. Snell's Company. Colonel Mitchell's regiment of militia, who marched on Rhode Island alarm of Dec 8, 1776, and were in service two weeks and two days; Private. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, page 236.

PACKARD, Jonathan of North Bridgewater. Captain Josiah Hayden's Company. Colonel Bailey's regiment of Minute Men, April 19, 1775; Private [page 232]. Captain Josiah Hayden's Company, Col. John Thomas' regiment, to Aug 1, 1775; served 3 months, 1 week, 1 day; Private [page 234]. Capt. Thomas Pierce's Company of Artillery, Colonel Knox's regiment, for service at Roxbury, December 16, 1775 [page 235]. Sept 25 to Oct 30, 1777, secret expedition to Tiverton, RI; 2nd Lieut [page 237]. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, pages 232, 234, 235, and 237.

PACKARD, Josiah of Bridgewater/North Bridgewater. Capt. Elisha Mitchell's Company. Colonel Simeon Cary's regiment, that marched April 2, 1775; Private [page 235]. Capt. Nathan Packard's Company, Maj. Eliphalet Cary's regiment that marched on account of the alarm in RI, Jul 22, 1780; Private [page 241]. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, pages 235 and 241.

PACKARD, Lemuel of Bridgewater/North Bridgewater. Captain Josiah Hayden's Company. Colonel Bailey's regiment of Minute Men, April 19, 1775; Private [page 233]. Captain David Packard's Company, Col. Eliphalet Cary's regiment, who marched on alarm to RI, Jul 22, 1780, in service from Jul 23 to Aug 9, 1780; Private [page 241]. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, pages 233 and 241.

PACKARD, Levi of Bridgewater. Captain David Packard's Company, Col. Eliphalet Cary's regiment, who marched on alarm to RI, Jul 22, 1780, in service from Jul 23 to Aug 9, 1780; Private. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, page 241.

PACKARD, Luke of North Bridgewater. Captain Robert Orr's Company. Colonel Bailey's regiment of Minute Men, April 19, 1775; one month and one day in service [page 233]. Capt. Elisha Mitchell's Company. Colonel Simeon Cary's regiment, that marched April 2, 1775; Private [page 235]. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, pages 233 and 235.

PACKARD, Mark of Bridgewater. Capt. Nathan Packard's Company, Maj. Eliphalet Cary's regiment that marched on account of the alarm in RI, Jul 22, 1780; Private. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, page 241.

PACKARD, Marlboro' of North Bridgewater. Capt. Luke Bicknell's Company, Col. Putnam's regiment at West Point, NY, 1781. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, page 242.

PACKARD, Nathan of Bridgewater/North Bridgewater. Captain Josiah Hayden's Company. Colonel Bailey's regiment of Minute Men, April 19, 1775; First Lieutenant [page 232]. Sept 25 to Oct 30, 1777, secret expedition to Tiverton, RI; 1st Lieut [page 237]. Capt. Nathan Packard's Company, Col. Thomas Carpenter's regiment of militia; on payroll and in service in RI; Captain [page 238]. Capt. Nathan Packard's Company, Maj. Eliphalet Cary's regiment that marched on account of the alarm in RI, Jul 22, 1780; Captain [page 241]. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, pages 232, 237, 238, 241.

PACKARD, Nehemiah of Bridgewater. Light Infantry, Thirteenth Regiment; enlisted for duration of war; service 45 months and 16 days. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, page 237.

PACKARD, Oliver of Bridgewater/North Bridgewater. Captain Josiah Hayden's Company, Col. John Thomas' regiment, to Aug 1, 1775; served 3 months, 1 week, 1 day; Private [page 234]. Capt. Edward Cobb's Company. Marched from of Bridgewater. to Bristol, RI, Apr 21, 1777, for two months' service; served 2 months, 4 1/2 days [page 238]. Capt. John Ames' Company of Militia. On a return of men mustered for Colonel Robinson's regiment by James Hatch, mustermaster for Plymouth county, "to serve in ye New England States until January, 1778." Capt. John Ames' Company of Militia. Marched to RI to join Colonel Nathaniel Wade's regiment on Jun 27, 1778, for a period of 20 days; Private. Mustered into the service of the States, to serve till Jan 1, 1779 [page 239]. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, pages 234, 238 and 239.

PACKARD, Philip of Bridgewater. Captain David Packard's Company, Col. Eliphalet Cary's regiment, who marched on alarm to RI, Jul 22, 1780, in service from Jul 23 to Aug 9, 1780; Private. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, page 240.

PACKARD, Phillip of Plainfield. On list of Revolutionary Pensioners, copied "from Dr. Porter's history of Plainfield. It contains the names of those still living in 1833, with the amount drawn annually by each. The amount is believed to have been based on their length of service." $96 received. SOURCE: [30] History of the Town of Plainfield, Hampshire County, Mass., From Its Settlement to 1891; page 80.

PACKARD, Reuben of North Bridgewater. Captain Josiah Hayden's Company. Colonel Bailey's regiment of Minute Men, April 19, 1775; Sergeant. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, page 232.

PACKARD, Shepard of Bridgewater/North Bridgewater. Sept 25 to Oct 30, 1777, secret expedition to Tiverton, RI; Private [page 237]. Col. Ezra Wood's regiment for one month; enlisted for service at Ticonderoga in May and part of June, 1778, Private; also enlisted in Capt. Edward Sparrow's Company, Col. Nathan Tyler's regiment, June, 1779 [page 240]. Capt. Nathan Packard's Company, Maj. Eliphalet Cary's regiment that marched on account of the alarm in RI, Jul 22, 1780; Private [page 241]. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, pages 237, 240, and 241.

PACKARD, Silvanus of Bridgewater/North Bridgewater. Captain Josiah Hayden's Company. Colonel Bailey's regiment of Minute Men, April 19, 1775; Drummer [page 232]. Captain Josiah Hayden's Company, Col. John Thomas' regiment, to Aug 1, 1775; served 3 months, 1 week, 1 day; Drummer [page 234]. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, pages 232 and 234.

PACKARD, Simeon of Bridgewater/North Bridgewater. Sept 25 to Oct 30, 1777, secret expedition to Tiverton, RI; Private [page 237]. Capt. Nathan Packard's Company, Col. Thomas Carpenter's regiment of militia; on payroll and in service in RI; Private [page 238]. Capt. Luke Bicknell's Company, Col. Putnam's regiment at West Point, NY, 1781 [page 242]. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, pages 237, 238, and 242.

PACKARD, Simeon, Jr. of Bridgewater. Capt. Nathan Packard's Company, Maj. Eliphalet Cary's regiment that marched on account of the alarm in RI, Jul 22, 1780; Private. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, page 241.

PACKARD, Solomon of Bridgewater, North Parish. Capt. Benjamin Edgell's Company, Col. John Jacobs regiment; served five months and sixteen days in 1777 [page 238]. On pay-roll of six-months men raised in July, 1780 for Continental Service [page 240]. Capt. Dix's Seventh division of six-months men, who marched from Springfield, Jul 7, 1780 [page 241]. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, pages 238, 240, and 241.

PACKARD, Thomas of Bridgewater/North Bridgewater. Capt. John Ames' Company of Militia. Marched to RI to join Colonel Nathaniel Wade's regiment on Jun 27, 1778, for a period of 20 days; Private [page 239]. Captain David Packard's Company, Col. Eliphalet Cary's regiment, who marched on alarm to RI, Jul 22, 1780, in service from Jul 23 to Aug 9, 1780; Private [page 241]. Capt. Luke Bicknell's Company, Col. Putnam's regiment at West Point, NY, 1781 [page 242]. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, pages 239, 241, and 242.

PACKARD, William of Bridgewater/North Bridgewater. Captain Josiah Hayden's Company. Colonel Bailey's regiment of Minute Men, April 19, 1775; Corporal [page 232]. Capt. Snell's Company. Colonel Mitchell's regiment of militia, who marched on Rhode Island alarm of Dec 8, 1776, and were in service two weeks and two days; Sergeant [page 236]. Captain David Packard's Company, Col. Eliphalet Cary's regiment, who marched on alarm to RI, Jul 22, 1780, in service from Jul 23 to Aug 9, 1780; Serg [page 240]. SOURCE: [18] History of North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, With Family Registers, pages 232 and 236, and 240.

PAGE, Daniel of Shirley. Captain Henry Haskell's Company, Col. James Prescott's Regiment. Marched from Shirley on Alarm of April 19, 1775. SOURCE: [24] History of Shirley.

PAGE, David of Amesbury. Enlisted prior to Dec. 14, 1776, after a new call was received; received bounty of $30. SOURCE: [39] The History of Amesbury, 1880; page 266.

PAGE, Henry of Salisbury. Descriptive list of men raised to reinforce the Continental Army for the term of 6 months, agreeable to resolve of June 5, 1780; age, 17 yrs.; stature, 5 ft. 5 in.; complexion, light; engaged for town of Salisbury; marched to camp July 5, 1780, under command of Capt. Frothingham, of the artillery; also, list of men raised for the 6 months service and returned by Brig. Gen. Paterson as having passed muster in a return dated Camp Totoway, Oct. 25, 1780; also, Private, Capt. Haffield White's co., Col. Rufus Putnam's (5th) regt.; muster roll for Jan., 1781, dated West Point; enlisted July 5, 1780; discharged Jan. 2, 1781; enlistment, 6 months; also, pay roll for 6 months men raised by the town of Salisbury for service in the Continental Army during 1780; marched to camp June 28, 1780; discharged Jan. 3, 1781; service, 6 mos. 18 days, including travel (240 miles) home. SOURCE: [35] Secretary of the Commonwealth. Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Vol. 11, page 759.

PAGE, Jonas of Shirley. Captain Henry Haskell's Company, Col. James Prescott's Regiment. Marched from Shirley on Alarm of April 19, 1775. SOURCE: [24] History of Shirley.

PAGE, Joseph of Groton. Capt. Henry Farwell's Company, Col. William Prescott's Regiment to the first of August, 1775; Corporal. SOURCE: [19] History of the Town of Townsend, Middlesex County, MA, from the Grant of Hathorn's Farm, 1676-1878.

PAGE, Joseph of Salisbury. Captain of a detachment which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 7 1/2 days. SOURCE: [35] Secretary of the Commonwealth. Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Vol. 11, page 623.

PAGE, Joseph of Salisbury. Official record of a ballot by the House of Representatives, dated Jan. 23, 1776, for officers to command the six regiments to be raised to serve before Boston until April 1, 1776; said Page chosen Major, Col. Isaac Smith's regt. to be raised in Essex Co.; appointment concurred in by Council Jan. 23, 1776; also, Major; list of officers in Col. Isaac Smith's regt. of militia raised to serve until April 1 [year not given], as a temporary reinforcement to the army; ordered in Council March 13, 1776, that said officers be commissioned; reported commissioned March 13, 1776. SOURCE: [35] Secretary of the Commonwealth. Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Vol. 11, page 763.

PAGE, Phineas of Shirley. Captain Henry Haskell's Company, Col. James Prescott's Regiment. Marched from Shirley on Alarm of April 19, 1775. SOURCE: [24] History of Shirley.

PAGE, Simon, Jr. of Shirley. Captain Henry Haskell's Company, Col. James Prescott's Regiment. Marched from Shirley on Alarm of April 19, 1775. SOURCE: [24] History of Shirley.

PAGE, William (also given William Stockman Page) of Salisbury. Private, Capt. Jonathan Evans's co. of Minutemen, Col. James Frye's regt., which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 7 days; also, Private, Capt. Jonathan Evans's co., Col. James Frye's regt.; return of men in camp at Cambridge, dated May 17, 1775; also, same co. and regt.; receipt for advance pay, signed by said Page and others, dated Camp at Cambridge, June 28, 1775; also, company return dated Cambridge, Oct. 6, 1775; also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated Cambridge, Nov. 13, 1775. SOURCE: [35] Secretary of the Commonwealth. Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Vol. 11, page 772.

PAIN, Isaiah of Malden. SOURCE: [41] The History of Melrose, County of Middlesex, Massachusetts, 1903; pages 211-216

PAIN, Stephen of Malden. SOURCE: [41] The History of Melrose, County of Middlesex, Massachusetts, 1903; pages 211-216

PAIN, Stephen, Jn of Malden. On the "Role of the Company of the Militea that went to Watertown By order of the Late Colo. Gardner upon the alarm on the 19 Day of april 1775 and from there to Resist the Ministeral troops under the Command of Capt. Benja. Blaney"; Private. SOURCE: [41] The History of Melrose, County of Middlesex, Massachusetts, 1903; pages 211-216

PALL, Joseph of Worcester. Capt. Jonas Hubbard's Company, Aug 1, 1775; served 3 months and 15 days; Drummer. SOURCE: [11] Worcester's Revolutionary Soldiers.

PALMER, James of Bradford. Capt. Nathaniel Gage�s company of minute men; Second Foot Company. Alarm of April 19th, march to Cambridge; Corporal. SOURCE: [9] An Historical Sketch of Bradford, Mass., in the Revolution. (Including East Bradford, now Groveland.), page 38.

PALMER, John of Bradford. Capt. Nathaniel Gage�s company of minute men; First Foot Company. Lexington alarm, April 19, 1775. Marched to Cambridge, time, 7 days; Private. SOURCE: [9] An Historical Sketch of Bradford, Mass., in the Revolution. (Including East Bradford, now Groveland.), page 38.

PALMER, Sam. of Bradford. Capt. Nathaniel Gage�s company of minute men; Second Foot Company. Alarm of April 19th, march to Cambridge; Private. SOURCE: [9] An Historical Sketch of Bradford, Mass., in the Revolution. (Including East Bradford, now Groveland.), page 39.

PALMER, William of Westfield. On a list of others who served as soldiers during some part of the war. SOURCE: [40] A History of Hampden County, Massachusetts, 1902; pages 408-410.

PARCE, Benjamin of Somerset (formerly Swansea). SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PARISH, Josiah of Somerset (formerly Swansea). SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PARK, John of Framingham. Listed under Non-Commissioned Officers & Privates. SOURCE: [8] A History of Framingham, Massachusetts, page 160.

PARK, Joshua of Sutton. On list of Officers and Men From Sutton in the Revolutionary War; Private. SOURCE: [31] History of the Town of Sutton, Massachusetts from 1704 to 1876; page 782.

PARKER, Aaron of Oxford. On roll of Capt. Jeremiah Kingsbury's company, Col. Jonathan Holman's regiment, Providence, January 20, 1777; time in camp 43 days. Capt. Jeremiah Kingsbury's company, Colonel Jonathan Holman's regiment, Sept. 27, 1777, when the Militia marched to reinforce Gen. Gates' army [page 382]. SOURCE: [37] The Records of Oxford, Mass; page 382.

PARKER, Aaron of Reading. SOURCE: [10] List of Revolutionary Soldiers, Reading, Middlesex Co., MA; Genealogical History of the Town of Reading, Massachusetts, pages 693-695.

PARKER, Abel of Middlefield. Capt. Jonas Lock's Co. of Minutemen, Col. Williams Regiment, Lexington Alarm, service 33 days, Sergeant; also Capt. Joseph Stebbins Co., Col. David Wells Regiment, Sept. 23 to Oct. 18, 1777. SOURCE: SOURCE: [15] A history of the Town of Middlefield, Massachusetts, A history of the Town of Middlefield, Massachusetts, Appen. E, page 380.

PARKER, Abel of Shirley. Captain Henry Haskell's Company, Col. James Prescott's Regiment. Marched from Shirley on Alarm of April 19, 1775; had additional enlistment. SOURCE: [24] History of Shirley.

PARKER, Abel, Jr. of Shirley. Captain Henry Haskell's Company, Col. James Prescott's Regiment. Marched from Shirley on Alarm of April 19, 1775; had additional enlistment. SOURCE: [24] History of Shirley.

PARKER, Avory of Cambridge. 25th Regiment, Continental Army. On another list of officers, not dated, but made prior to March 15, 1776; 2nd Lieut. SOURCE: [13] The 25th Regiment, "Previous to the arrangement of the army at Cambridge in Nov. 1775, this regiment was designated as the 37th; but after the above mentioned arrangement it was known as the 25th Regiment of the Continental Army." NEHGR, January, 1850, page 69.

PARKER, Benj. of Framingham. Listed under Non-Commissioned Officers & Privates. SOURCE: [8] A History of Framingham, Massachusetts, page 160.

PARKER, Benja. of Reading. SOURCE: [10] List of Revolutionary Soldiers, Reading, Middlesex Co., MA; Genealogical History of the Town of Reading, Massachusetts, pages 693-695.

PARKER, Caleb of Reading [Source #10]. b. 14 Jul 1760, MA [probably Shrewsbury]; Service in MA, rank of Private; d. CD 4 Mar 1826; Caleb did not receive a pension, but his widow did, spouse was listed as Thankful Pratt. No children listed as receiving pension, but heirs were [Source: DAR]. SOURCE: [10] List of Revolutionary Soldiers, Reading, Middlesex Co., MA; Genealogical History of the Town of Reading, Massachusetts, pages 693-695. DAR information submitted by: Lema Gaul 2/10/02.

PARKER, Daniel of Salisbury. List of men raised for the 6 months service and returned by Brig. Gen. Paterson as having passed muster in a return dated Camp Totoway, Oct. 25, 1780. [See Daniel Pecker.] SOURCE: [35] Secretary of the Commonwealth. Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Vol. 11, page 844.

PARKER, Daniel, Jr. of Reading. SOURCE: [10] List of Revolutionary Soldiers, Reading, Middlesex Co., MA; Genealogical History of the Town of Reading, Massachusetts, pages 693-695.

PARKER, David of Reading. SOURCE: [10] List of Revolutionary Soldiers, Reading, Middlesex Co., MA; Genealogical History of the Town of Reading, Massachusetts, pages 693-695.

PARKER, Ebenezer of Lexington. Capt. John Parker's Company. In battle at Lexington; Corporal. SOURCE: [4] Lexington Minute Men - Roster.

PARKER, Ebenezer of Reading. SOURCE: [10] List of Revolutionary Soldiers, Reading, Middlesex Co., MA; Genealogical History of the Town of Reading, Massachusetts, pages 693-695.

PARKER, Edmund of Reading. SOURCE: [10] List of Revolutionary Soldiers, Reading, Middlesex Co., MA; Genealogical History of the Town of Reading, Massachusetts, pages 693-695.

PARKER, Eli of Amherst. His company responded to the Cambridge alarm; Lieutenant, Col. Ruggles Woodbridge Hampshire County regiment [page 79]. Hired to serve in Capt. Oliver Coney's Company, Col. Sears' Regiment, from Aug. 12 to Nov. 15, 1781 [page 94]. SOURCE: [33] The History of the Town of Amherst, Massachusetts, 1896; pages 79, 94, 611.

PARKER, Elisha of Acushnet. Captain Benjamin Dillingham's Company. This company was with the army in the vicinity of Boston as early as March, 1776. SOURCE: [28] A History of the Town of Acushnet, Bristol County, State of Massachusetts; 1907; page 76.

PARKER, Elisha of Reading. SOURCE: [10] List of Revolutionary Soldiers, Reading, Middlesex Co., MA; Genealogical History of the Town of Reading, Massachusetts, pages 693-695.

PARKER, Free of Bradford. Capt. Nathaniel Gage�s company of minute men; First Foot Company. Lexington alarm, April 19, 1775. Marched to Cambridge, time, 7 days; Private. SOURCE: [9] An Historical Sketch of Bradford, Mass., in the Revolution. (Including East Bradford, now Groveland.), page 37.

PARKER, Ichabod of Reading. SOURCE: [10] List of Revolutionary Soldiers, Reading, Middlesex Co., MA; Genealogical History of the Town of Reading, Massachusetts, pages 693-695.

PARKER, Isaac of Westford. Capt. Joshua Parker's Company, William Prescott's Regiment. In battle at Bunker Hill; Drummer. SOURCE: [2] History of the Town of Westford, Massachusetts, page 111.

PARKER, Jacob of Malden. On the "Role of the Company of the Militea that went to Watertown By order of the Late Colo. Gardner upon the alarm on the 19 Day of april 1775 and from there to Resist the Ministeral troops under the Command of Capt. Benja. Blaney"; Corporal. SOURCE: [41] The History of Melrose, County of Middlesex, Massachusetts, 1903; pages 211-216

PARKER, Jacob of Roxbury. Roll dated 7th Dec., 1775; Capt. Wm. Draper's Second Roxbury Company, Col. Wm. Heath's Regiment, the 19th day of April, when called to the 3d day of May and then dismissed. Private. SOURCE: [44] The Town of Roxbury, pages 32-33.

PARKER, James of Longmeadow. On the list of minute-men of the regular Longmeadow company, under Capt. David Burt who marched to Boston on April 20, 1775 for service of 10 days. Capt. Isaac Coltons company which was in camp at Roxbury, October, 1775; Priv. SOURCE: [40] A History of Hampden County, Massachusetts, 1902; pages 40-46.

PARKER, James of Shirley. Captain Henry Haskell's Company, Col. James Prescott's Regiment. Marched from Shirley on Alarm of April 19, 1775. SOURCE: [24] History of Shirley.

PARKER, James H. of Oxford. On rolls of Capt. William Campbell's Oxford Company, May 1775 [page 385]. SOURCE: [37] The Records of Oxford, Mass; page 385.

PARKER, James Hambleton of Oxford. Capt. William Campbell's Company, Col. Ebenezer Learned's regiment, marched to Cambridge April, 1775 [page 383]. SOURCE: [37] The Records of Oxford, Mass; page 383.

PARKER, Jesse of Brimfield. SOURCE: [23] A History of Hampden County Massachusetts, Vol I, II, & III.

PARKER, John of Lexington. Capt. John Parker's Company. In battle at Lexington; Captain. SOURCE: [4] Lexington Minute Men - Roster.

PARKER, John of Roxbury. On muster roll of Capt. Moses Whiting's Company, Col. John Greaton's Minute Regiment. Served 28 days from April 19, 1775. Private. SOURCE: [44] The Town of Roxbury, pages 32-33.

PARKER, John of Westford. Capt. Joshua Parker's Company, William Prescott's Regiment. In battle at Bunker Hill. SOURCE: [2] History of the Town of Westford, Massachusetts, page 111.

PARKER, Jonas of Lexington. Capt. John Parker's Company. Killed in battle at Lexington, Apr. 19, 1775. SOURCE: [4] Lexington Minute Men - Roster.

PARKER, Jonas of Reading. SOURCE: [10] List of Revolutionary Soldiers, Reading, Middlesex Co., MA; Genealogical History of the Town of Reading, Massachusetts, pages 693-695.

PARKER, Jonas, Jr. of Lexington. Capt. John Parker's Company. In battle at Lexington. SOURCE: [4] Lexington Minute Men - Roster.

PARKER, Jonas, Jr. of Shirley. Captain Henry Haskell's Company, Col. James Prescott's Regiment. Marched from Shirley on Alarm of April 19, 1775. SOURCE: [24] History of Shirley.

PARKER, Joseph of Reading. SOURCE: [10] List of Revolutionary Soldiers, Reading, Middlesex Co., MA; Genealogical History of the Town of Reading, Massachusetts, pages 693-695.

PARKER, Joshua of Westford. Capt. Joshua Parker's Company, William Prescott's Regiment No Enlisted Apr. 12, 1775; in battle at Bunker Hill; Captain. Born Dec. 13, 1740; died 1835 in NY. SOURCES: [2] History of the Town of Westford, Massachusetts, page 111; [3] Summit Co., OH Revolutionary Soldiers.

PARKER, Lemuel of Brimfield. SOURCE: [23] A History of Hampden County Massachusetts, Vol I, II, & III.

PARKER, Nathan of Malden. On the "Role of the Company of the Militea that went to Watertown By order of the Late Colo. Gardner upon the alarm on the 19 Day of april 1775 and from there to Resist the Ministeral troops under the Command of Capt. Benja. Blaney"; Private. SOURCE: [41] The History of Melrose, County of Middlesex, Massachusetts, 1903; pages 211-216

PARKER, Nathan of Reading. SOURCE: [10] List of Revolutionary Soldiers, Reading, Middlesex Co., MA; Genealogical History of the Town of Reading, Massachusetts, pages 693-695.

PARKER, Noah of Roxbury. Corpl. in Capt. Moses Whiting's Company, Col. John Greaton's Minute Regiment. Served 28 days from April 19, 1775. SOURCE: [44] The Town of Roxbury, pages 32-33.

PARKER, Peter of Shirley. Captain Henry Haskell's Company, Col. James Prescott's Regiment. Marched from Shirley on Alarm of April 19, 1775. SOURCE: [24] History of Shirley.

PARKER, Retier of Bradford. Capt. Nathaniel Gage�s company of minute men; Second Foot Company. Alarm of April 19th, march to Cambridge; Corporal. SOURCE: [9] An Historical Sketch of Bradford, Mass., in the Revolution. (Including East Bradford, now Groveland.), page 38.

PARKER, Samuel of Pepperell. Capt. Brown's Company. On list of those hired and paid by the Second Parish of Dunstable, for a term of service in 1777 and 1778. SOURCE: [12] A History of The Town of Dunstable, Massachusetts, from Its Earliest Settlement to the Year of Our Lord 1873, page 125.

PARKER, Thomas of Oxford. Capt. Ebenezer Humphrey, Col. Jacob Davis' regiment; marched July 30, 1780, to Rhode Island "on the alarm;" time of service about thirteen days; Private. SOURCE: [37] The Records of Oxford, Mass; page 390.

PARKER, Thomas of Roxbury. Roll dated 16th Dec., 1775; Capt. Lemuel Child's Third Roxbury Company, Col. Wm. Heath's Regiment, the 19th day of April, when called to the 3d day of May and then dismissed. Private. SOURCE: [44] The Town of Roxbury, pages 32-33.

PARKER, Timothy of Sturbridge. On a list of those who served in the war of the Revolution, "and resided in Sturbridge, and partly in Charlton and Dudly, in that part of these towns that was taken to form the town of Southbridge in 1816. Many of these persons served also in the last great French war, commencing in 1754." SOURCE: [45] Historical Collections, Vol. II, pages 45-46.

PARKS, Warham of Westfield. SOURCE: [40] A History of Hampden County, Massachusetts, 1902; pages 408-410.

PARKER, Wm. of Reading. SOURCE: [10] List of Revolutionary Soldiers, Reading, Middlesex Co., MA; Genealogical History of the Town of Reading, Massachusetts, pages 693-695.

PARKHURST, Aaron of Framingham. Listed under Non-Commissioned Officers & Privates. SOURCE: [8] A History of Framingham, Massachusetts, page 160.

PARKHURST, Ebenr. of Dunstable. Capt. Oliver Cummings Company, Col. Simeon Spaulding's Regiment [page 116]. Capt. Oliver Cummings Company. Muster Roll about 1778 [page 125]. SOURCE: [12] A History of The Town of Dunstable, Massachusetts, from Its Earliest Settlement to the Year of Our Lord 1873, pages 116 and 125.

PARKHURST, Ephriam; Chelmsford. Private, Capt. Oliver Barron's Co. of Militia, Col. David Greene's Regt. on alarm of April 19,1775, served 11 Days. On list of men belonging to Capt. Gresholm Nelson's CO. dated July 10 1776. Private, Capt. Joseph Sargent's Co. of Princeton May 5, to July 12, 1777 Private Capt. Joseph Sargent's CO., for Continental service, July 21 1779 Private, Major Harwood's CO., Col., Nixon, Regt. July 29 1779 to April 28, 1780 Private, Capt. Joseph Elliots Co., Col. William Thomas's Regt. entered service Aug 2, 1781, discharged Dec 1, 1781 Also on treasury payroll of Capt. Joseph Elliot's Co. dated Sept 27, 1783. SOURCES: Rolls of 6th Massachusetts Regt. Vol. 3, pg. 339, card Nos. 35584735 & 37170905, Mass. State Archives. "Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of The Revolution" pages 855, 913, 914, 917, Submitted by: Dick Barnes 2/10/02.

PARKHURST, Hugh of Gloucester. Capt. John Row's Company, 1775. Private. SOURCE: [27] History of the Town and City of Gloucester, Massachusetts; page 76.

PARKHURST, Joel of Dunstable. Capt. Oliver Cummings Company, Col. Simeon Spaulding's Regiment; Lieut. SOURCE: [12] A History of The Town of Dunstable, Massachusetts, from Its Earliest Settlement to the Year of Our Lord 1873, page 116.

PARKHURST, Jos. of Dunstable. Captain Leonard Butterfield's Alarm List, 1776 [page 117]. Training Band, June 25, 1776; Alarm List [page 118]. First time draft, as per letter from William Kendall to Capt. Oliver Cummings, dated New Ipswich, June 3, 1777; to "Renfors the armey of Rodiland" [page 122]. Capt. Oliver Cummings Company. Muster Roll about 1778 [page 126]. SOURCE: [12] A History of The Town of Dunstable, Massachusetts, from Its Earliest Settlement to the Year of Our Lord 1873, pages 117, 118, 122 and 126.

PARKHURST, Joseph, Jr. of Dunstable. Capt. Oliver Cummings Company, Col. Simeon Spaulding's Regiment [page 116]. Training Band, June 25, 1776 [page 118]. Capt. Oliver Cummings Company. Muster Roll about 1778 [page 126]. SOURCE: [12] A History of The Town of Dunstable, Massachusetts, from Its Earliest Settlement to the Year of Our Lord 1873, pages 116, 118, and 126.

PARKHURST, Leonard son of Joel, also served in the war, and died March 28, 1821, aged 57 years and 8 months. SOURCE: History of Dunstable, page 142.

PARKHURST, Nathaniel of Lexington. Capt. John Parker's Company. In battle at Lexington. SOURCE: [4] Lexington Minute Men - Roster.

PARMENTER, ______ of Sudbury. On muster roll of Captain Josiah Brown, 1774-78. SOURCE: [21] History of Sudbury, page 337.

PARMENTER, Jedediah of Sudbury. On a second list of Capt. Dakins company in 1775. SOURCE: [21] History of Sudbury, page 338.

PARRAN, Alex of Gloucester. Capt. Nathaniel Warner's Company, 1775; Sergeant. While at Bunker Hill, he was hit in the right arm, which was injured so badly that it became useless. SOURCE: [27] History of the Town and City of Gloucester, Massachusetts; pages 74-75.

PARROTT, Benjamin of Swampscott. SOURCE: [42] Swampscott Soldiers of the Revolution

PARROTT, Daniel of Lynn. Private. SOURCE: [7] History of Lynn, Mass., page 580.

PARROTT, Daniel of Swampscott. SOURCE: [42] Swampscott Soldiers of the Revolution

PARROTT, John of Gloucester. Capt. John Row's Company, 1775. Private. SOURCE: [27] History of the Town and City of Gloucester, Massachusetts; page 76.

PARROTT, Marstin of Lynn. Private. SOURCE: [7] History of Lynn, Mass., page 580.

PARROTT, Marston of Swampscott. SOURCE: [42] Swampscott Soldiers of the Revolution

PARSONS, Aaron of Springfield. On list of Capt. Gideon Burt's company of April 24, three days after the minute-men had left, enlisted for three months' service; Serg. On list of six-months' men who enlisted in 1780. SOURCE: [40] A History of Hampden County, Massachusetts, 1902; pages 40-46.

PARSONS, Aaron, Jr. of Springfield. On the list of minute-men of the regular Springfield company, under Maj. Andrew Colton who marched to Boston on April 20, 1775 for service of 10 days; private. SOURCE: [40] A History of Hampden County, Massachusetts, 1902; pages 40-46.

PARSONS, Amos of Worcester. Per Lincoln papers. SOURCE: [11] Worcester's Revolutionary Soldiers.

PARSONS, Benj. of Springfield. On list of Capt. Gideon Burt's company of April 24, three days after the minute-men had left, enlisted for three months' service; Private. SOURCE: [40] A History of Hampden County, Massachusetts, 1902; pages 40-46.

PARSONS, Benjamin of Springfield. On a list of names, "all of whom are presumed to have answered the call and enrolled themselves for service", found on reverse side of a formal written announcement of the attack on Lexington, April, 1775. On the list of minute-men of the regular Springfield company, under Maj. Andrew Colton who marched to Boston on April 20, 1775 for service of 10 days; Private. SOURCE: [40] A History of Hampden County, Massachusetts, 1902; pages 40-46.

PARSONS, Ebenezer of Somerset (formerly Swansea). SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PARSONS, Henry of Gloucester. Capt. John Row's Company, 1775. Private. SOURCE: [27] History of the Town and City of Gloucester, Massachusetts; page 76.

PARSONS, Jeffrey of Gloucester. Capt. John Row's Company, 1775. Private. SOURCE: [27] History of the Town and City of Gloucester, Massachusetts; page 76.

PARSONS, Jonathan of Gloucester. Capt. John Row's Company, 1775. Private. SOURCE: [27] History of the Town and City of Gloucester, Massachusetts; page 76.

PARSONS, Joseph of Gloucester. Capt. John Row's Company, 1775. Private. SOURCE: [27] History of the Town and City of Gloucester, Massachusetts; page 76.

PARSONS, Joseph of Springfield. On the list of minute-men of the regular Springfield company, under Maj. Andrew Colton who marched to Boston on April 20, 1775 for service of 10 days; Private. Capt. Isaac Coltons company which was in camp at Roxbury, October, 1775; Priv. SOURCE: [40] A History of Hampden County, Massachusetts, 1902; pages 40-46.

PARSONS, Lemuel of Springfield. On the list of minute-men of the regular Springfield company, under Maj. Andrew Colton who marched to Boston on April 20, 1775 for service of 10 days; Private. On list of Capt. Gideon Burt's company of April 24, three days after the minute-men had left, enlisted for three months' service; Private. SOURCE: [40] A History of Hampden County, Massachusetts, 1902; pages 40-46.

PARSONS, Moses of Springfield. Capt. Browning's Company, service for three months in 1780. SOURCE: [40] A History of Hampden County, Massachusetts, 1902; pages 40-46.

PARSONS, Solomon of Gloucester. Capt. Nathaniel Warner's Company, 1775. Private. SOURCE: [27] History of the Town and City of Gloucester, Massachusetts; page 75.

PARSONS, William of Gloucester. Capt. John Row's Company, 1775. Private. Killed at Breed's Hill about June 16, 1775. SOURCE: [27] History of the Town and City of Gloucester, Massachusetts; pages 75-76.

PATCH, Nathan of Worcester. Capt. David Chadwick's Company. Marched to Hadley on an alarm at Bennington, under command of Lieut. Col. Benjamin Flagg, by desire of Brigadier General Warner, August 28, 1777 SOURCE: [11] Worcester's Revolutionary Soldiers.

PATT, Jonathan of Townshend. Capt. James Hosley's Company. Minute-Men of Col. William Prescott's regiment, who marched to Cambridge. SOURCE: [19] History of the Town of Townsend, Middlesex County, MA, from the Grant of Hathorn's Farm, 1676-1878.

PATT, Nathan of Townshend. Capt. Henry Farwell's Company, Col. William Prescott's Regiment to the first of August, 1775; Private. SOURCE: [19] History of the Town of Townsend, Middlesex County, MA, from the Grant of Hathorn's Farm, 1676-1878.

PATTEN, James of Ballstown. List of men raised to serve in the Continental Army, as returned by Capt. Benjamin Evans, sworn to in Essex Co., Feb. 13, 1778; residence, Ballstown; engaged for town of Salisbury; joined Capt. Blackit's co., Col. hale's regt.; term, 3 years; reported engaged for New Hampshire. SOURCE: [35] Secretary of the Commonwealth. Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Vol. 11, page 1016.

PATTEN, John of Amesbury. On list as having received pay during late 1778/early 1779 for service at Rhode Island. SOURCE: [39] The History of Amesbury, 1880; page 275.

PAYNE, Ebenr of Malden. On the "Role of the Company of the Militea that went to Watertown By order of the Late Colo. Gardner upon the alarm on the 19 Day of april 1775 and from there to Resist the Ministeral troops under the Command of Capt. Benja. Blaney"; Private. SOURCE: [41] The History of Melrose, County of Middlesex, Massachusetts, 1903; pages 211-216

PAYSON, Stephen of Roxbury. Roll dated 16th Dec., 1775; Sergt. in Capt. Lemuel Child's Third Roxbury Company, Col. Wm. Heath's Regiment, the 19th day of April, when called to the 3d day of May and then dismissed. SOURCE: [44] The Town of Roxbury, pages 32-33.

PEABODY, Brinsley of Lynn. Private. SOURCE: [7] History of Lynn, Mass., page 580.

PEABODY, John of Andover. Lieutenant, Capt. John Abbot's (Andover) co.; return dated Boxbury Camp, Jan. 22, 1776, signed by Col. Samuel H. Parsons, of two companies which joined his regiment to reinforce the army before Boston; company marched to Roxbury Camp and joined regiment Dec. 10, 1775; also, 1st Lieutenant, Capt. John Abbot's (Andover) co., Col. Parsons's regt.; list of officers; commissioned Feb. 21, 1776; also, Captain, 1st (Andover) co., 4th Essex Co. regt. of Mass. militia; list of officers chosen by the several companies in said regiment, as returned by Samuel Johnson and others, field officers, dated Andover, March 26, 1776; ordered in Council April 3, 1776, that said officers be commissioned; reported commissioned April 3, 1776; also, Captain; list dated Ipswich, Sept. 13, 1776, returned by Brig. Michael Farley, of officers raised from his brigade by order of Council and Maj. Gen. Warren to command companies ordered to march to Dorchester Heights; also, Captain, Col. Francis's regt.; return of effectives, signed by Peleg Wadsworth, Brigade Major; regiment raised for defence of Boston and stationed at Dorchester Sept. 13, 1776; also, Captain, Col. Ebenezer Francis's regt.; return of officers to be commissioned, dated Sept. 23, 1776; company made up from Col. Jonson's and Col. Titcomb's regts., Brig. Farley's brigade; ordered in Council Sept. 26, 1776, that said officers be commissioned with the exception of 2d Lieutenants and officers of the company of which John Gay was 1st Lieutenant; also, Captain; list of officers returned by Col. Ebenezer Francis, endorsed �Dorchester Hieghts Octo. 1776;� reported marched to join regiment Aug. 7 [1776]; also, Captain, Col. Francis's regt.; pay abstract for travel allowance to and from camp, etc., sworn to Nov. 29, 1776; said [p.6] Peabody credited with allowance for 2 days (37 miles) travel; company drafted from Salisbury, Newburyport, Bradford, Haverhill, Methuen, Boxford, and Andover. SOURCE: [35] Secretary of the Commonwealth. Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Vol. 12, page 6.

PEABODY, Richard of Woodstock. Ensign under Capt. Stephen Lyon. SOURCE: [45] Historical Collections, Vol. I, pages 310-312.

PEABODY, Thomas of Shirley. Captain Henry Haskell's Company, Col. James Prescott's Regiment. Marched from Shirley on Alarm of April 19, 1775. SOURCE: [24] History of Shirley.

PEACH, Joseph of Lynn. Private. SOURCE: [7] History of Lynn, Mass., page 580.

PEARCE, David of Somerset (formerly Swansea). Spelled PEIRCE on 1790 census, page 62. SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PEARCE, Ebenezer of Somerset (formerly Swansea). SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PEARCE, Henry of Somerset (formerly Swansea). SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PEARCE, Isaac of Somerset (formerly Swansea). SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PEARCE, Job of Somerset (formerly Swansea). SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PEARCE, Martin of Somerset (formerly Swansea). SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PEARCE, Mial of Somerset (formerly Swansea). Spelled PEIRCE on 1790 census, page 62. SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PEARCE, Philip of Rehoboth. Capt. Martin's Company; service during war. SOURCE: [34] The History of Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; page 157.

PEARCE, Philip of Somerset (formerly Swansea). SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PEARCE, Preserved of Somerset (formerly Swansea). PEIRCE on 1790 census, page 62. SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PEARCE, Reuben of Somerset (formerly Swansea). SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PEARCE, Wheeler of Somerset (formerly Swansea). SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PEARSON, Amos of Reading. SOURCE: [10] List of Revolutionary Soldiers, Reading, Middlesex Co., MA; Genealogical History of the Town of Reading, Massachusetts, pages 693-695.

PEARSON, Jonathan. Private, Capt. Richard Titcomb's co., Col. Nathaniel Wade's regt.; enlisted July 4, 1780; discharged Oct. 10, 1780; service, 3 mos. 20 days, including 13 days (260 miles) travel home; company raised in Newburyport, Salisbury, and Ameabury; regiment raised in Essex Co. to reinforce Continental Army for 3 months. SOURCE: [35] Secretary of the Commonwealth. Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Vol. 12, page 29.

PEARSONS, Moses of Bradford. Capt. Nathaniel Gage�s company of minute men; First Foot Company. Lexington alarm, April 19, 1775. Marched to Cambridge, time, 7 days; Sergt. SOURCE: [9] An Historical Sketch of Bradford, Mass., in the Revolution. (Including East Bradford, now Groveland.), page 36.

PEASE, Abner of Blandford. On list of those other than the minute men who served in the war. SOURCE: [40] A History of Hampden County, Massachusetts, 1902; pages 518-519.

PEASE, John of Springfield. On list of those known to have enlisted for three years service in Massachusetts regiments of the continental army; in the 3d Mass. SOURCE: [40] A History of Hampden County, Massachusetts, 1902; pages 40-46.

PEASE, Nathaniel of Stevenstown (Salisbury, N. H.). Private, Capt. John Wright's co., Col. David Brewer's regt.; company return [probably Oct., 1775]; also, Capt. Wright's co., (late) Col. Brewer's (9th) regt.; order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated Roxbury Camp, Nov. 2, 1775; also, Capt. Lebbeus Ball's co., Col. William Shepard's regt.; return dated Feb. 3, 1778; residence, Stevenstown; enlisted for town of Stevenstown; mustered by State and Continental Muster Masters. SOURCE: [35] Secretary of the Commonwealth. Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Vol. 12, page 39.

PECK, Ambrose of Somerset (formerly Swansea). SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PECK, Gains of Rehoboth. Capt. Carpenter's Company; service during the war. SOURCE: [34] The History of Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; page 157.

PECK, Hiram of Royalston. SOURCE: [5] Royalston Rev War Soldiers.

PECK, Jonathan of Somerset (formerly Swansea). SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PECK, Joshua of Royalston. SOURCE: [5] Royalston Rev War Soldiers.

PECK, Nathaniel of Amherst. Enlisted by Col. Porter for three months, in accordance with an order of the General Court passed June 22, 1780 [page 94]. SOURCE: [33] The History of the Town of Amherst, Massachusetts, 1896; pages 94, 611.

PECK, Nathaniel of Boston. SOURCE: [41] The History of Melrose, County of Middlesex, Massachusetts, 1903; pages 211-216

PECK, Nicholas of Somerset (formerly Swansea). SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PECK, Paul of Somerset (formerly Swansea). SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PECK, Peleg of Somerset (formerly Swansea). Captain. SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PECK, Simeon of Amherst. Listed on the pay-roll of Capt. Eli Parker's company, Col. Leonard's regiment of militia, who marched from Hampshire county to Ticonderoga, May 8, 1777. The list contains names of men from Belchertown, Granby and Amherst, the particular place of residence not being given. Their enlistment was for two months [page 83]. Col. Porter's Regiment; drafted for nine months service from arrival in Fishkill in 1778 [page 92]. SOURCE: [33] The History of the Town of Amherst, Massachusetts, 1896; pages 83, 92, 611.

PECK, Simeon, Jr. of Amherst. Capt. Reuben Dickinson's company that was attached to Col. Ruggles Woodbridge's regiment and marched to Ticonderoga. They served from July 1, 1776 to March 1, 1777 and received pay at the rate of one penny per mile and one day's pay for each 20 miles [page 82]. SOURCE: [33] The History of the Town of Amherst, Massachusetts, 1896; pages 82, 611.

PECK, Sylvester of Rehoboth. Capt. Hix's Company; service of eight months. SOURCE: [34] The History of Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; page 157.

PECK, Thomas of Somerset (formerly Swansea). Corporal. SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PECKER, Daniel of Salisbury. Descriptive list of men raised to reinforce the Continental Army for the term of 6 months, agreeable to resolve of June 5, 1780; age, 18 yrs.; stature, 5 ft. 7 in.; complexion, light; engaged for town of Salisbury; arrived at Springfield July 5, 1780; marched to camp July 5, 1780, under command of Capt. Frothingham, of the artillery; also, pay roll for 6 months men raised by the town of Salisbury for service in the Continental Army during 1780; marched to camp June 28, 1780; discharged Dec. 7, 1780; service, 5 mos. 22 days, including travel (240 miles) home [see Daniel Parker]; also, Private, Capt. Joshua French's co., Lieut. Col. Euoch Putnam's regt.; enlisted Aug. 13, 1781; discharged Nov. 27, 1781; service, 3 mos. 28 days, near West Point, including 13 days (260 miles) travel home; regiment raised in Essex and Plymouth counties to reinforce Continental Army for 3 months. SOURCE: [35] Secretary of the Commonwealth. Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Vol. 12, page 59.

PECKHAM, Aaron of Somerset (formerly Swansea). SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PECKHAM, Jonathan of Somerset (formerly Swansea). SOURCE: [25] History of the Town of Somerset, Massachusetts; 1940; pages 245-247.

PEES, Nathaniel of Stevenstown (Salisbury, N. H.). Return of men raised to serve in the Continental Army from Capt. David Wheeler's (Lanesborough) co. [year not given]; residence, Stevenstown; engaged for town of Lanesborough; joined Capt. Miller's co., Col. Vose's regt.; term, during war. SOURCE: [35] Secretary of the Commonwealth. Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Vol. 12, page 68.

PEIRCE, Benjamin of Chelmsford. Private, Capt. Oliver Barron's Co. of Militia, Col. David Green's Regt., which marched in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 7 days; also, Sergeant, Col. Michael Jackson's (8th) Regt.; Continental Army pay accounts for service from May 15, 1777, to Jan. 25, 1778; credited to town of Chelmsford; reported pro-moted to Ensign; also, list of officers and men belonging to Col. Michael Jackson's Mass. Line Regt., returned probably in 1779; Sergeant, Capt. James Varnum's Co.; also, Ensign, same Regt.; Continental Army pay accounts for service from Jan. 25, 1778, to Dec. 31, 1779; also, same Regt.; return of officers, dated West Point, Nov. 8, 1779; also, Ensign, same Regt.; list of officers promoted in the Continental Army; com-missioned Nov. 26, 1779; also, Ensign, same Regt.; Continental Army pay accounts f or service f rom Jan. 1, - 1780, to Dec. 31, 1780; also, Ensign; return dated Phillipsburgh, July 18, 1781, made by Ezra Badlam, Lieut. Colonel Commandant, 8th Mass. Regt. of officers of said regiment doing duty upon warrants; date of warrant, Nov. 26, 1779; also, communica-tion addressed to His Excellency Gov. Hancock, dated West Point, July 3, 1782, signed by J. Vose, Colonel, requesting that a warrant might be issued to said Peirce as there was a deficiency of officers in his regiment; advised in Council, July 31, 1782, that a warrant be granted in accordance with Col. Vose's recommendation; certificate dated Camp Nelson's Point, July 14, 1782, signed by J. Greaton, Colonel, 3d Mass. Regt., accompanying above communication, certifies that said Peirce, Ensign, was entitled to a Lieutenancy in the 1st Regt., Vice Lieut. Joseph Foot, resigned. SOURCE: [6] The History of Chelmsford (1917).

PEIRCE, Jonas of Chelmsford. Corporal, Capt. Oliver Barron's Co. of Militia, Col. David Green's Regt., which marched in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 6 days; also, list of men probably belonging to. Chelmsford, dated May 1, 1775; also, Sergeant, Capt. John Ford's Co., Col. Ebenezer Bridge's (27th) Regt.; muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775; engaged April 25, 1775; service, 3 mos., 14 days. SOURCE: [6] The History of Chelmsford (1917).

PEIRCE, Jonathan of Chelmsford. Private, Capt. Oliver Barron's Co. of Militia, Col. David Green's Regt., which marched in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 11 days; also, Capt. John Minot's Co., Col. Josiah Whitney's Regt.; arrived at destination May 10, 1777; discharged July 9, 1777; service, 2 mos., 0 days at Rhode Island, including travel (8 days) to and from place of destination; roll dated Warwick Neck. SOURCE: [6] The History of Chelmsford (1917).

PEIRCE, Levi of Chelmsford. Private, Col. Moses Parker's Co., which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 10 days. Roll endorsed "Beni Walkers Roll." SOURCE: [6] The History of Chelmsford (1917).

PEIRCE, Robert of Chelmsford. Private, Col. Moses Parker's Co., which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 9 days; roll endorsed "Benj Walkers Roll"; also, Capt. Benjamin Walker's Co., Col. Ebenezer Bridge's (27th) Regt.; order for advance pay signed by said Peirce and others, dated Cambridge, June 6, 1775; also, Private, same Co. and Regt.; company return (probably Oct., 1775); also, descriptive list of men raised in Middlesex Co. for the term of 9 months from the time of their. arrival at Fishkill; Capt. Ford's Co., Col, Spaulding's Regt.; age, 23 yrs.; stature', 5 ft.. 11 in.; residence,, Chelmsford; engaged for town of Chelmsford; arrived at Fishkill, June 19, 1778. SOURCE: [6] The History of Chelmsford (1917).

PEIRCE, Silas of Chelmsford. Corporal, Capt. John Ford's Co. of Volunteers, Col. Jonathan Reed's Regt.; engaged Sept. 28 (also given Sept. 27), 1777; discharged Nov.8, 1777; service, 40 (also given 43) days; company probably raised in Dracut, Chelmsford, and Dunstable, and marched Sept. 30, 1777, to reinforce Northern Army. SOURCE: [6] The History of Chelmsford (1917).

PELTON, Ithamar of Chatham, CT. Lexington Alarm. SOURCE: [15] A history of the Town of Middlefield, Massachusetts, Appen. E, page 381.

PELTON, James of Blandford. On list of those other than the minute men who served in the war. SOURCE: [40] A History of Hampden County, Massachusetts, 1902; pages 518-519.

PEPOON, Richard of Lynn. Private. SOURCE: [7] History of Lynn, Mass., page 580.

PEPPER, Wm. of Springfield. Capt. Nathan Rowle's company in Col. Jacob's regiment. SOURCE: [40] A History of Hampden County, Massachusetts, 1902; pages 40-46.

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