Biographical Sketch of Moses Davis
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The records in the U. S. Pension Office show that Mr. Davis married Sarah Sawyer, at Dracut, Mass., April 6, 1785. He came to Hanover, New Hampshire, in 1806 or ’07, and from there to Norwich in 1813 or ’14. He was a soldier at the Battle of Lexington and it is supposed that he was in the Battle of Bunker Hill.
In 1777 he served at Fishkill on the Hudson and the next year at Valley Forge. He was one of the guards over the spy, Major Andre, one or two nights before he was executed. The aggregate of Mr. Davis‘ service in the army was over two years.
MLA Source Citation: AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 2 September 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/vermont/biographical-sketch-moses-davis.htm - Last updated on Apr 8th, 2014
Categories: Massachusetts, Military, New Hampshire, VermontTopics: BiographyLocations: Dracut Massachusetts, Grafton County NH, Hanover New Hampshire, Middlesex County MA, Norwich Vermont, Windsor County VTSurnames: Andre, Davis, Sawyer
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