Historical Marker Series

Sons of the American Revolution

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The Patriots whose names this tablet bearsand whose remains rest inthis burial groundassisted in establishing Americanindependence by theirwervice in the War of theAmerican Revolution Archelaus Allen · Stephen Atwater · James Baldwin &midd…
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A veteran of "Swamp Fox" Francis Marion's South Carolina brigade during the American Revolution,Alexander Hodge (b. 1760) brought his family to Texas in 1825. Hodge was prominent among the "Old Three Hundred" settlers; his sons fought in the Texas Revolutio…
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Hear the crack of flintlock muskets and smell the smoke from cannon fire! On this site, on July 6, 1781, 5,000 British troops under General Charles Cornwallis and Colonel Banastre Tarleton clashed with 900 American soldiers led by the Marquis de Lafayette a…
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In honor ofMaryland's Four Hundredwho on this battlefieldAugust 27th 1776saved the American Army < Back of Monument >Good God! What brave fellowsI must this day lose.George WashingtonPedestal contributed by the Department of ParksCharles A. Schieren ? ? …
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FrontPatriot James Morgan was born April 5, 1748, in Frederick County, Virginia. At the age of 30, Morgan enlisted in the Revolution for a three-month tour in Colonel John Evan's Virginia Regiment. He served with General McIntosh's campaign in the Ohio coun…
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Farmstead site of the signer, who lived here 1742-1779. Without formal education, consulted by many, respected by all, "Honest John Hart" gave his property and his life for the cause of liberty. Farmer, miller, judge, speaker of the first New Jersey Assembl…
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This church stands on the Ancient Village Green of Eastchester, a General Training Ground and Election Place in Colonial Days and Enlisting Headquarters for Revolutionary Soldiers. The First Meeting House, erected on the Green North of this Church 1692-1…
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"There are times when it is righteousto fight as well as to pray"———————-Rev. James Caldwell, in whose honorthis community was named,early espoused the country's causein the War for American Independence.Chaplain -…
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Residence ofGovernor William LivingstonEminent lawyer, statesman, writer and poet Governor of New Jersey from 1776 - 1790 Representative of New Jersey in the First Continental Congress 1774. Again a delegate in 1775. Commissioned Brigadier General in …
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< Upper Marker: >In memoryof theRevolutionary War Soldiersat rest in this cemetery ? ? ? ? ? ? ?? ? ? ?? ? ? ? ? ? ?? ? ? DiedAcken, Joseph????1804Baker, Daniel????.1814Baker, Henry????..1780Baker, Jonathan???..1844Clark, Azariah???....1825Clark, Capt. Cha…
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