Soldiers of the American Revolution Who at One Time Were Residents of, or Whose Graves Are Located in Chautauqua County, New York

By: Chautauqua County, N. Y., Chapters, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution

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Book Details: 78 pages, 5.5x8.5, (1925), 2002, 5.5x8.5, paper, index, 78 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc


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"The Soldiers of the American Revolution remain in a distinct class of the world's history-with only the poorest and most meager equipment, they...responded to the first call of Lexington and Bunker Hill, facing every danger with unsurpassed courage, willingly sacrificing every personal comfort, suffering and enduring beyond description...that freedom and liberty might be their country's right for all time." In order to pay tribute to these soldiers, the women of the New York Chapters of the DAR have painstakingly researched both military and personal records such as official pension papers, family records, local history, and early local newspapers. This volume provides a list of all the soldiers by DAR chapter, then, in the following chapters, provides a detailed accounting of each soldier. Also provided is the location by township and cemetery of each soldier's grave. An appendix provides additional names of those soldiers about whom little is known from the records. In addition, a fullname index provides easy access to information.

Title: Soldiers of the American Revolution Who at One Time Were Residents of, or Whose Graves Are Located in Chautauqua County, New York

Author: Chautauqua County, N. Y., Chapters, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution

Categories: American Revolution, New York,

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc: (1925)

ISBN Number: 0788420828

ISBN Number 13: 9780788420825

Binding: Softcover

Book Details: 78 pages, 5.5x8.5, (1925), 2002, 5.5x8.5, paper, index, 78 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc

Seller ID: C2082

Description: “The Soldiers of the American Revolution remain in a distinct class of the world’s history–with only the poorest and most meager equipment, they…responded to the first call of Lexington and Bunker Hill, facing every danger with unsurpassed courage, willingly sacrificing every personal comfort, suffering and enduring beyond description…that freedom and liberty might be their country’s right for all time.” In order to pay tribute to these soldiers, the women of the New York Chapters of the DAR have painstakingly researched both military and personal records such as official pension papers, family records, local history, and early local newspapers. This volume provides a list of all the soldiers by DAR chapter, then, in the following chapters, provides a detailed accounting of each soldier. Also provided is the location by township and cemetery of each soldier’s grave. An appendix provides additional names of those soldiers about whom little is known from the records. In addition, a fullname index provides easy access to information.
78 pages, 5.5x8.5, (1925), 2002, 5.5x8.5, paper, index, 78 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc