Sons of the American Revolution
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Owner of the famed Hunter Iron Works in Stafford County, which manufactured most of the camp utensils and weapons for the Virginia forces during the Revolutionary War.
A true patriot, he received little, if any, compensation.
Fourteen-year-old David Waldo joined the Revolution in 1779. Waldo was born on September 21, 1764, in Dover, New York. He served under Colonel Sherwood at Fort Edward (north of Albany, New York) for three months and completed his first tour at the P…
HistoricMonsey CemeteryWe here highly resolve that the men who foughtfor freedom in the wars of1776 - 1812 - 1861Shall not have died in vainAt the coming and the settingOf the sunWe shall remember them Museum of Spring Valley and CountrysideSons of the Ame…
The Final Episode of theSullivan-Clinton Campaignwas the advance ofCol. Van Cortland's Brigadeup the Canisteo River tothis area two miles beyondthe Tory-Indian town ofPainted Post, burned byCapt. Simon Spaulding's RiflemenSeptember 28, 1779
Traveled byGeneral George Washingtonand the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War from theDey Mansion at Preskness to theAcquackanonk Landing on Passaic RiverJuly ? - ? October ? - ? November· ? 1780 ?·
Placed by the Captai…
De Witte Huis (1715 - 1828) and FordPaterson's First TannerThis tablet marks the site of the lastBritish raid into this area on May 18, 1779.
Placed by the Capt. Abraham Goodwin Chapter,New Jersey Society, Sons of the American Revolutionon it's fortieth …
In memory ofAbraham GodwinPioneer of Paterson · Patriot · SoldierCaptain of Marines inThe War of the RevolutionBorn November 23, 1724Died in the service of his countryFebruary 7, 1777Buried at Fishkill New York
Placed by the Captain Abraham…
August 29, 1779Erected byNewtown Battle ChapterSons ofAmerican Revolution1907
This tablet marks a well preserved scar of the Old Braddock Trail, one of the most historic pioneer highways in all America.Here, Nemacolin and his associates blazed the trail that became a National Highway.
Here, passed the laden pack horse train that …
This building constructed about 1702, present home of Woman's Club, was occupied during the Revolution by British sympathizers; confiscated for that reason, it was acquired by Captain Speer, Patriot soldier.