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Source:
Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Illinois
by Mrs. Harriet J. Walker
The Standard Printing Company
Los Angeles, California
1917


BOONE COUNTY, ILLINOIS

THOMAS HART was born Mar. 23, 1757, in Farmington, Conn.  He enlisted in 1776 and served one year.  Coming to Illinois, he settled in Boone county, where he died Dec. 12, 1845.  His grave was marked by the Rockford Chapter, D. A. R.  "Connecticut in the Revolution."

TIMOTHY LEWIS was born in Ashfield, Mass., May 24, 1764.  He served as a substitute for his father, Timothy Lewis, in April, 1779, in Capt. Eliphalet Densmore's company for six months; he again served under Capt. Isaac Newton in Col. Hugh Maxwell's regiment in 1780.  He came to Boone county, Illinois, where he died May 2, 1858.  "Massachusetts Soldiers in the Revolution."
ISAIAH WILLIAMS was a native of Vermont, but he served in the war in the third regiment, Dutchess county, New York militia.  He came to Boone county, Illinois, and died there.  "New York in the Revolution."


 


 

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