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Henry Strongman died March 14, 1786.



4 Dublin Revolutionary Soldiers.

Page 20. Col. Samuel Ashley, son of Daniel A., b. Deerfield, Mass.
March 20, 1720; d. of smallpox, Feb. 18, 1792. He w.as a mem-
ber of several Provincial Congresses, of the N. H. Com. of
S.afety, and of the Ex. Com. of the State, 1776-80. Three of
his sons were officers in the Continental Army. He was on
Gen. Stark's staff, at Bennington, .and it is a tradition that
Col. Baum, the Hessian commander, died in Col. Ashley's
tent. As grantee of Claremont, whither he removed
about 1782-3, he owned .a tract of land 400 rods wide and ex-
tending across the entire township. (See Granite Monthly,
May and Nov., 1892).
Page 21. Col. Brewer was wounded at Bunker Hill.

Col. Doolittle, of Petersham, Mass., d. 1802, at Shoreham,
Vt. His regiment was raised in and ne.ar Worcester, Mass.,
where he had formerly been a merchant.

Col. Enoch Hale, b. Nov. 28, 1733; d. Apr. 9, 1813. He
Served in Oilman's regt., 17.55, and in Hart's, 1758.

Col. Nathan Hale, b. Sept. 23, 1743, Hampstead, N. H.
Enoch ,and Nathan Hale were sons of Moses Hale, of Newbury,
Mass. It is not probable that Nathan Hale served in the
French and Indian Wars.
Page 22. Col. Enoch Poor, d. Paramus, N. J.
Page 23. Col. Geo. Reid, d. Sept., 1815.

Piage 24. Col. Isaac Wyman, son of .Toshua and Mary (Pollard) Wyman,
b. Woburn, Mass., Jan. 18, 1724; d. March 31, 1792, at Keene,
N. H. At his home assembled the Keene soldiers who
marched April 21, 1775.

Capt. Samuel Blodgett, b. Apr. 1, 1724; d. Sept., 1807.
Page 25. Capt. Josiah Brown, was at Ticonderoga May and July, 1777.

Capt. Isaac Davis, son of Capt. Simon Davis.
Page 26. Gen. Dearborn strenuously denied that Gen. Putnam com-
manded the American troops at Bunker Hill.

Capt. Moody Dustin, probably a native of Dunstable, Mass.
b. about 1742, removed, after the Revolution, to Claremont,
N. H. There he held m,any positions of trust, and died Aug.
11. 1810. He was major on Gen. Bellows's staff in 1787-89.
Capt. Roger Gilmore, d. Nov. 1807.
Page 28. Daniel Reynolds was Col. of 8th N. H. reg't, 1785.
Page 29. Caleb Robinson, b. May 22, 1746.

Abijah Smith, a carpenter, and built, 1760, the first mill
in Rindge, N. H.
Page 32. Jason Wait. He received, 1784, £77-2s-6d for depreci.ation of
his pay in 1781.

Henry Lealand, of Sherburne, Mass., marched Apr. 19,.
1775, Col. John Bullard's reg't, and served 10 days, also,
served in Col. Samuel Wylly's reg't. (22d) from Dec. 10, 1775.
to Jan. 15, 1776. He received his commission Feb. 23, 1776.
Page 33. Insert in Index: Dustin, Captain Moody, 26.



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