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Report: Military Service

         Description: Military Service



honoring our relatives that have served this country. This list is "in progress" and by no means comlete. If you feel we've overlooked someone please contact us using the "Suggest" tab on the top of their page.


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# Person ID Last Name, Given Name(s) Birth Date Death Date Military Service: Place Military Service
51 I35831  Avery, Jasper  1743  6 Sep 1781  Continental Army, American Revolution   He was killed at the Fort Griswold massacre. 
52 I35932  Avery, John  24 Jan 1738  5 Jan 1826  Continental Army, American Revolution    
53 I38082  Avery, John  4 Mar 1798  Sept. 15, 1883  U.S. Army, War of 1812   POW 
54 I38151  Avery, John Marsh  4 Apr 1844  10 Apr 1891  Civil War, Confederate Army   At the age of seventeen, became a member of the staff of General Taylor of the
Confederate army. 
55 I36114  Avery, Jonathan  10 Sep 1755  14 Jun 1847  Continental Army, American Revolution    
56 I38094  Avery, Marvin Emory  16 Jun 1840    Civil War, Union Army   6th Michigan Calvary. Killed in battle near Richmond, in 1864. 
57 I35830  Avery, Park Jr  22 Mar 1741  20 Dec 1821  Continental Army, American Revolution   From the book "History of the Town Of Stonington" 1900, he was "fearfully" wounded at the Fort Griswold massacre. Other sources confirm that he lost an eye. 
58 I35934  Avery, Peter  10 May 1764  17 Oct 1845  Continental Army, American Revolution   Taken prisoner at The Fort Griswold Massacre. 
59 I35550  Avery, Richardson Sr  25 Jan 1717  3 Jul 1778  Continental Army, American Revolution   Killed at the Battle of Wyoming. 
60 I35570  Avery, Richardson II  25 Dec 1778  6 Jun 1847  U.S. Army, War of 1812    
61 I37979  Avery, Robert  22 Sep 1839    Civil War, Union Army    
62 I37903  Avery, Robert Hanneman  17 Jan 1840  13 Sep 1893  Civil War, Union Army   77th Illinois Infantry. POW at Andersonville Prision. 
63 I35905  Avery, Rufus  16 Nov 1758  30 Jul 1842  Continental Army, American Revolution   Taken prisoner at The Fort Griswold Massacre. 
64 I35836  Avery, Simon  30 Oct 1753  1 Aug 1809  Continental Army, American Revolution    
65 I35788  Avery, Solomon  4 Jun 1749  6 Sep 1781  Continental Army, American Revolution   Killed at The Fort Griswold Massacre. 
66 I37052  Avery, Solomon  17 Jun 1729  23 Dec 1798  Continental Army, American Revolution   There are records that suggest that Solomon also fought for brief time periods in the War. 
67 I35914  Avery, Thomas  6 Sep 1765  6 Sep 1781  Continental Army, American Revolution   Thomas was killed at The Fort Griswold Massacre. 
68 I35957  Avery, William  15 Aug 1807  21 Apr 1878  U.S. Army, Blackhawk War    
69 I38228  Avery, William Thomas  11 Nov 1819  20 May 1880  Civil War, Confederate Army   Lieutenant colonel in the Confederate Army. 
70 I28126  Bachman, James T  15 Nov 1948  17 Apr 2009  U.S. Army, Vietnam   Sergeant First Class. U.S. Army Vietnam, 20 years in the Wisconsin National Guard.  
71 I15444  Backus, Elijah  23 Jul 1755  Abt 1835  Continental Army, American Revolution    
72 I2767  Bailey, Lieutenant Silas Jr  22 Jul 1756  3 Oct 1840  Continental Army, American Revolution   He was a Private during the Lexington Alarm. Under Captain How and Houghton. He was promoted and served as a Lieutenant under Captain Marion. 
73 I2396  Bailey, Lieutenant Timothy  9 Feb 1749  6 Dec 1780  Continental Army, American Revolution   He entered as a Private. He was promoted to Sargent under Captains Moore and Mirick. He was made an officer and served under Colonels Whitney, Sawyer, and Hallet. Died in service. 
74 I10567  Baker, Daniel  29 Nov 1824  22 Jan 1908  Civil War, Union Army    
75 I5871  Baker, Donald Archie  10 Jan 1927  21 Apr 1996  U.S. Navy    
76 I75  Baker, Harry Thomas  19 May 1888  30 May 1941  U.S. Army, WWI   Battery F, 40th Field Artillery, Camp Custer 
77 I65  Baker, James Jackson  14 Jan 1845  29 Oct 1919  Civil War, Union Army   Company B, 8th Regiment, Michigan Calvary. Member, G.A.R. Post No. 210, Albion, Michigan. 
78 I5864  Baker, Keith Darel  7 Mar 1913  15 Nov 2003  U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII    
79 I12732  Baldwin, Captain Caleb  2 May 1723  6 Dec 1823  Continental Army, American Revolution   2nd Connecticut Regiment 
80 I11464  Bales, Thomas H  14 Nov 1917  8 Aug 1944  U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII   42nd Bomber Squadron, 11th Bomber Group. KIA.  
81 I10435  Ball, Isaac  31 Dec 1747  Abt 1790  Continental Army, American Revolution   Marched as a Private on the Lexington Alarm on 19 April 1775 in Captain Ichabod Dexter's Company, Colonel Doolittle's Regiment of Massachusetts Militia. After serving 5 days, on 24 April 1775, he enlisted as a Private in Captain Dexter's Company, Colonel Woodbridge's Regiment. 
82 I12520  Ballard, Captain Jeremiah  29 Mar 1697  1761  Continental Army, American Revolution   Company Commander at Valley Forge. 
83 I1982  Ballard, John William  17 Jan 1653  7 Dec 1715  Continental Army, King Phillips War   He was in Captain Joseph Gardner's Company.  
84 I28360  Bardeen, George Edward Jr  4 Apr 1888    U.S. Army, WWI    
85 I22947  Bardeen, George Edward  10 Nov 1850  26 Jan 1924  Civil War, Union Army   1st Massachusetts Infantry, Company F. 
86 I12937  Barney, John  1785  10 Aug 1854  U.S. Army, War of 1812    
87 I16251  Bascom, Charles Joseph  26 Feb 1824  1 May 1909  Civil War, Union Army   Company C, 11th Michigan Infantry. Enlisted August 28, 1861, discharged February 25, 1863
 
88 I19330  Bates, Allen    28 Nov 1927  Civil War, Union Army   Company F, 1st Massachusetts Heavy Artillery 
89 I14094  Bates, Marion  22 Sep 1899  1919    Headstone reads: Died In Service To Her Country 
90 I26216  Bedtelyon, Jacob  11 Jul 1836  26 Jul 1904  Civil War, Union Army   4th Michigan Cavalry, Company K. 
91 I33893  Beers, Richard      Continental Army, King Phillips War   Captain in King Philip's War, and was killed in battle, by the
Indians, Sept. 4, 1675, at Northfield, Massachusetts. 
92 I6203  Bell Jr, William Robert  22 Jul 1920  7 Jun 1997  U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII   Enlisted 21 August 1942. 
93 I5653  Bent, Jabez  29 Jan 1748  26 May 1817  Continental Army, American Revolution    
94 I3818  Bigelow, Charles  22 Apr 1729  20 Nov 1782  Continental Army, American Revolution   Marched to Hadley as a private on 21 August 1777. Served three days. 
95 I37267  Bigelow, Charles Henry  13 Jul 1814  15 Apr 1862  U.S. Army   Graduated from West Point. Spent ten years as an Army engineer, building New England forts. Held the rank of Captain. 
96 I36827  Bigelow, Ephraim  28 Dec 1757  14 Mar 1834  Continental Army, American Revolution    
97 I1953  Bigelow, Captain Joseph  1 Jan 1703  24 Jan 1783  Continental Army, American Revolution   He never actively served during the Revolutionary War. The title was awarded for his financial contributions to the war effort. 
98 I36828  Bigelow, Joseph  17 Sept 1763    Continental Army, American Revolution    
99 I1355  Bigelow, William  16 Dec 1807    U.S. Navy   Was lost at sea. 
100 I18536  Biglo, Joshua  5 Nov 1655    Continental Army, King Phillips War   Soldier in Captain Ting's company and was wounded. In consideration of his services the General Court gave him a grant of land in Narragansett. 


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