Revolutionary War Soldiers and Military History of Jaffrey, NH
The following data is extracted from Jaffrey, Cheshire County, New Hampshire History.
The following Jaffrey soldiers in the Revolution are mentioned in the state report :
Daniel Emery, Jr.,
James French, Jr.
Jacob Gould, Jr.,
Lieut. John Harper,
William Smiley, Jr., died in service at Tinconderoga, 1776. Phineas Spaulding,
Lieut. William Turner,
The following is a list of the soldiers who settled here during or after the war:
Lieut. Oliver Bacon,
Isaac Bailey, Jr.,
Lieut. Samuel Buss,
Lieut. Benjamin Lawrence,
Lieut Abel Parker,
Moses Stickney, 2d,
Lieut. Jereme Underwood,
In the war of 1812, nineteen soldiers were sent to the support of Portsmouth, and two, David Cutter and George F. Cutter, served in the Mexican war. In the late civil war the town furnished 151 men, five of whom were killed in battle and twenty-three died of wounds or disease while in the service.
Source: Jaffrey, Cheshire County, New Hampshire History