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Nathaniel Perkins
Soldier served from NH. Soldier was a Private. Soldier was b.1754 Canterbury, NH and d.1842 VT. Soldier m. Mercy Heath 1785. Soldier lived at Northfield, NH at enlistment. Soldier applied 1832 from Caledonia Co., VT. Soldiers brother, John Perkins of Walden, VT was a witness to the application. Soldiers children were mentioned, Jonathan Perkins b.1786, Betsey Perkins b.1788, Jesse Perkins b.1790, Hannah Perkins b.1792, Matilda Perkins b.1794, Augusta Perkins b.1796, Patty Perkins b.1799, Nathaniel Perkins Jr. b.1801, George Perkins b.1803, Sarah Perkins b.1805, Urbane Perkins b.1808, Susan Perkins b.1810.

 

Nathaniel Perkins Jr.
Soldier served from RI. Soldier was a Sgt. Soldier was b.1762 Poughkeepsie, NY and d.1849 Independence, NY. Soldier m. Martha Johnson 1785 Richmond, RI. Soldier was a son of Nathaniel Perkins. Soldier lived at South Kingston, RI at enlistment. Soldier applied 1832 from Allegany Co., NY. Soldier's widow applied 1850 from Independence, NY. Children mentioned were, dau. Martha, wife of Russell Wood and her brother Benjamin Perkins of PA.

 

Newman Perkins
Soldier served from MA. Soldier was a Liet. Solider was b.1734 MA and d.1820 MA. Soldier m. Sarah Sawyer.

 

Nimrod Perkins
Soldier served from VA. Soldier was b.1760 VA. Soldier enlisted from Accomack, Co., VA.

 

Nicholas Perkins
Soldier served from VA. Soldier was a Private. Soldier was b.1745 VA and d.1800 TN. Soldier m. Leah Pryor.

 

Obadiah Perkins
Soldier served from CT. Soldier was a Liet. Soldier was b.1740 Groton, CT and d.1812 CT. Soldier m. 1st. Tabitha Williams, 2nd. Emblem Hood. Soldier fought at the Battle of Groton Heights. Soldier was a son of Elnathan Perkins. Soldiers three brothers were killed at the battle, Elisha Perkins, Asa Perkins and Luke Perkins. Soldiers daughter, Esther Perkins b.1770 was mentioned and that she m. Thompson Blair.

 

Oliver Perkins
Soldier served from MA. Soldier was a Private. Soldier was b.1744 MA and d. 1826 MA. Soldier m. Lucy Gould.

 

Oliver Perkins
Private. Topsfield, MA. Capt. Stephen Perkins's Co. Marched on alarm of April 19th, 1775. 2 1/2 days service.
Source: MA Soldiers & Sailors of the commonwealth of Massachusetts.

 

Pelatiah Perkins
Soldier served from MA. Soldier was a Private. Soldier was born 1754 MA. Soldier m. Eunice Trafton.

 

Peter Perkins
Soldier served from CT. Soldier was a Private. Soldier was b.1741 CT and d.1799 CT. Soldier m. Elizabeth Perkins.

 

Peter Perkins
Soldier served from VA. Soldier was b.1755 VA and d.1816 GA. Soldier m. Mary (?).

 

Peter Perkins
Soldier served from VA. Soldier was a Private. Soldier was b.1739 VA and d.1813 TN. Soldier m. Agnes Wilson.

 

Phineas Perkins Jr.
Soldier served from CT. Soldier was a Private. Soldier was b.1750 CT and received his pension 1820 NY. Soldier m. Phebe Hall.

 

Phineas Perkins
Soldier served from CT. Soldier was a Sgt. Soldier was b.1763 CT and received his pension 1806.

 

Phineas Perkins
Sergeant. Capt. Silas Fowler's Co., Col. David Mosely's regiment. June 19th, 1782 engaged. June 17th, 1782 discharged. 7 days service. Company probably mounted and stationed at Springfield, MA & Northampton for defense of government. Roll sworn to at Westfield, MA.
Source: MA Soldiers & Sailors of the commonwealth of Massachusetts.

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