Qualifying Patriot Ancestors used by some members

The following list is not a complete listing of Patriot Ancestors, but rather a list of some qualifying Patriots used by a few MESSAR members. If one of these Patriots also happens to be your ancestor, you too would be qualified to become a member of the SAR. Access the Membership page to download a member application.

 

 

Abbott, Reuben                                                                   Moca  0509

               Resident of Sullivan, Hancock County, Maine  

                             Died on  1 April 1843   Buried in Hancock Cemetery

                           Service:  Pvt.   6th Regt of Militia, Lincoln Co.

                          Daniel Sullivan    Capt. Benj. Foster  ordered on duty by Col

                          John Allen for the protection of inhabitants of Kenders Bay

                          Oct. 1780   Service 29 Oct. 1780  19 days  Disc. Nov 17th

 

 

 

Abbott, Stephen                                                          Moca 7358

                          Resident of North Berwick, York County, Maine

                         Born 1748 at North Berwick,  Died 29 March 1839 at

                         North Berwick, Maine

                         Service:   Massachusetts Soldiers & Sailors,  Vol. 1, page 21

                         Buried in Family  plot on Turkey Street, North Berwick, Me.

                         (Large granite monument in center of the yard)

 

 

 

Achorn, Michael                                                              Moca 0513

                        Resident of Waldoboro, Maine    Died 29 April 1823

                        Buried in Old German Cemetery in Waldoboro, Maine

                        Service:  Pvt. Capt Philip Olivers Co.  Col McCobbs Regt.

                        Enlisted 8 July 1779   Discharded  24 Sept.  1779

                        He was on the Penobscot expedition

 

 

 

Adams, Elisha                                                                Moca 0001

                       Born in Dublin, New Hampshire in 1765

                       Died on 31 March 1827  Buried in the Red School Cemetery

                       Farmington, Maine

                       Service:  Pvt.  Six months  raised by the New Hampshire to

                       Serce in the Continential Army in 1781 at West Point.  He

                       was mustered out  29 Sept.

 

 

Adams, Joel                                                                   Moca 0517

                      Born in Franklin, Massachusetts on 21 July 1753

                      Died  23 Oct. 1830 and is buried in the Union Common

                      Cemetery in Union, Maine

                     Service:  Pvt. Capt. John Boyds Co.  Mass Soldiers and Sailors

                     Vol 1 page 51

 

 

Adams, Joseph                                                            Moca 0002

                      Born in Billrica, Massachusetts in 1766,  was a resident of

                     Jay, Maine and died in Jauy in 1844 and is buried in the

                     Jay HILL Cemetery.

                     Service:  Col Jacob Gerrish Regt.  Enlisted 8 Oct. 1779

                     Discharged 22 Nov. 1779  Served 1 month 16 days

 

 

 

Adams, Solomon                                                           Moca 0521

                    Born in Chelmsford, Massachusetts 7 Dec. 1758  and died

                    in Farmington, Maine in 1833 and is buried in the Riverside

                    Cemetery in Farmington  (Service on listed)

 

 

Agry, Thomas                                                              Moca 4795

                   Born in Barnstable, Massachusetts on 6 Aug. 1756 and died

                   25 April 1821 in Hallowell, Maine and is buried there.

                   Service:  Corporal in Capt. Oliver Colburn's Company, Col

                   Arnolds Regiment in 1775

 

 

Albee, Obadiah                                                           Moca 1511

                   Born in Wiscasset, Maine in 1766 and died 1 Dec. 1852 in

                   Hallowell, Maine. and is Buried there

                   Service:  Pvt. Capt. Jordan Parker's Company, Col McCobb's

                   Regiment 1781 (Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol 1 P. 100

 

 

Alden, Austin                                                            Moca 0522

                  Born in Marshfield, Massachusetts 25 March 1729  died 23

                  March 1804 in Gorham, Maine.

                  Service:   Pvt. Capt. Wentworth Stuarts Company  Col. E Phinney

                  Regiment.  (card states  " and many more services")

                  Note:  Ref. he is buried near center   gars    slate ???

 

 

Alden, Benjamin                                                     Moca 0003

                   Born in Stafford, Conn. in 1752.  He died in Greene, Maine

                  (no date given) Buried in the Quaker Cemetery in Leeds, Maine

                  Service:    Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 1 page 105

 

Alden, Dec. Silas                                                   Moca 0005

                  Buried in the Jay Hill Cemetery   Jay, Maine  he died 18 April                          1842 age 76 years 2 months.

 

 

 

Alexander, William                                                Moca 0528

                   Born in Harpswell,  13 Nov. 1762 and died in Brunswick, Maine

                   19 Oct. 1847 and is Buried in the Growstown Cemetery in

                   Brunswick, Maine

                  Service:  23 Sept.  1779,  joined Capt. John Rogers Co.  of Col.

                  Nathaniel Jordans Regt.  known as 2nd Cumberland Co. Regt.

                  of Mass. MILITA.  Discharged  23 Oct. 1779   "The Alexanders

                  of Maine" by D. Alva Stanwood Alexander, pages  43 - 44 &

                  Muster roll of Capt. Rogers Co. pag. 182 Vol. 22 of the Mass.

                  Archives.

 

 

Allbee, Jonathan                                                  Moca 1524

                 Born in Wiscasset, Maine 30 Aug. 1743,  he died in Lexington ?

                 21 Aug. 1844 and is Buried in Lexington

                 Service:   Pvt. Maj. Joseph Thompson's 8th co.  Col. Thomas

                 Nixon's 6th Regt. Continental Army pay accts. for service from

                 1 Feb. 1777 to 31 Dec. 1779    Credited to the Town of Newbury, 

                 also Capt. Jabez Lane's Co. and Maj. Peter Garwood's Co.

                 His enlistment for 3 years

 

 

Allen, Daniel                                                          Moca 1600

                 Born 1752 in Holliston, Massachusetts and Died 9 Jan. 1846

                 (nothing else known)

 

 

Allen, Dea. Isaac                                                     Moca 4976

                  Born New gloucester, Maine 1756 and Died in Minot, Maine

                 Service:  Enlisted 24 Nov. 178 in Capt. Lewis Co. David Henleys

                 Regiment.

 

 

Allen, James Jr.                                                       Moca 0529

                 Born in Conn. 1 May, 1762 and died  1867 (105 years old) in

                 Canton.

                 Note: Card shows he was married three times 1.  Abigail Berry

                 2  Sarah Carver and #. Salome Carver

 

 

 

Allen, Job                                                               Moca 1516

               Died 10 May 1859 age. 95 years   has a slate stone in the

               Village Yard in Poland Cor.

 

 

 

Allen, John                                                               Moca 1601

              Born in Alfred, Maine 31 May 1757 and died 6 May 1839 in

              Waterboro, Maine   Buried in Cemetery back of the Town Hall

              a slate stone near the back states on stone he was a Rev. Soldier

              Service: Pvt. Capt Tobias Lord's Co.  enlisted 31 May  1776 and

              Discharged 25 Nov. 1776.  Stationed at Falmouth.   Massachusetts

              Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 1 page 162

 

 

Allen, Jospeh                                                            Moca 0013

                    Born in Falmouth, Maine 1759 and died  1840 in Grey, Maine

                    Buried in Gray, Maine

                    Service:  Col. Peter Noyes Regt.  20 NOv. 178  Capt. Reilth's Co.                    Col. Jackson's Regiment

 

 

 

Allen, Dr. Michah                                                      Moca 0531

                  Born April  1738 and died 5 Jan. 1812

                  Buried in Bisbee Cemetery, Sumner, Oxford County, Maine

                  Service:    Mass. Line from Halifax, Massachusetts

 

 

Allen, Nehemiah                                                      Moca 6210

                 Born 1752 (prob, New Gloucester) and died their 18 Oct. 1841

                 Buried in the West Pownal Cem.

                 Service:  Pvt./ Capt. Nathan Merrills, Co. Penobscot Expedition

                 was married to a Betsey......

 

 

 

Allen, Thomas                                                         Moca 1604

                 Born in Braintree, Massachusetts in 1740  became a resident of

                 Readfield, Maine and died in North Manchester on 31 Jan. 1814 

                 Buried in East Readfield Cemetery

                 Service:  Town of Winthrop, which then included Readfield,

                 remitted his tax in 1778 for military service done in town in 1775. 

                 Town voted him 4 April 1785 for a gun lost in service.

                 Note:  History of Winthrop page 128

 

 

Allen, Tobias                                                          Moca 6213

                 Born 16 Sep. 1753 and died 22 Feb. 1836 at Prospect Harbor, Me.

                 He is buried in village cemetery at Prospect Harbor. Grave marked

                 with marble tombstone  on left as you enter the cemetery

 

 

 

Allen, William                                                       Moca 1605

                 Born 5 Jan. 1756 at Martha's Vinyard, Massachusetts and died

                 5 Nov. 1842 at Farmington, Maine. (Or New Sharon)

                 He was a resident of both Farmington and Industry, Maine.

                 Service: Served in 1776 as a Pvt. in Capt. Nathan Smiths's Co. at

                 Martha's Vinyard.  DAR Patriot Index.  Yankee Blade Newspaper

                 obit 19 Nov. 1842   Banks's History of Martha's Vinyard

                 He is buried in the Riverside Cemetery in Farmington, Maine

                 Has a slate tombstone,   front row  about # 8 lane

 

                 He married Love Coffin in 1779 (she born 1756- 1831) he was

                 The father of 11 children

 

Allen, Zadok                                                         Moca 3220

                 He resided in Poland, Maine and was probably born there,  he

                 died 23 Dec. 1811 in Poland Spring and is buried in the Plains

                 cemetery with a field stone.

                 Service:  Pvt. in Capt. Samujel Slofers Co.  Col. Isaac Chapins

                 B Regiment

 

 

 

Alley, Ephriam                                                       Moca 1606

                  Born in  Townsend Maine in 1759   resided in Boothbay and

                  died there.  The location of his grave is by the shore of Oven's

                  mouth, a part of  Sheepscot River.   has a field stone

                  Service:  Vol. 1  Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors.  Greene's

                  History of Boothbay pages 236, 266, 490, and 491.  He was

                  with Washington at Valley Forge 1777-1778

 

 

 

Ames, Phineas                                                        Moca 0534

                 Born in Rutland, Massachusetts, 26 Oct. 1757 and resided there.

                 He died in  Dover Maine in 1839.  has a  government headstone

                 Service: Enlisted 20 Aug. 1777  Capt. David Bent Co. COl. Nathan

                 Sparks Regt.    He enlisted 27 Sept. 1777 with Gen. Gates.

                 Discharged 8 Oct. 17777777

                 His stone is located 23rd row in the Dover, Maine Cemetery.

 

 

Anderson, Abraham                                               Moca 0535

                  Born in Windham, Maine 19 June 1758 and died there 3 Sept.

                  1844  He is buried in the Anderson Cemetery in Windham, Maine

                  by the south tomb left of the gate.

                  Service:  no record

 

 

 

Anderson, Lieut. Edward                                       Moca 0536

                  Born in 1753 in Windham, Maine, resided there, and died there.

                  17 May 1804.  Buried West Hill Cem. Windham, Maine with a

                  slate stone near the rear of the Church.

                  Service:  Capt. Samuel Knights Co. 1775 expedition  on the

                  Penobscot.

 

 

 

Anderson, James                                                 Moca 0537

                  Born in Scotland 10 May 1749 and resided in Warren, Maine.

                  He died there 3 June. 1828 and is buried in Warren, Maine

                  Service:  Pvt. in Capt. Nicholas Crosby Co.  COl. John Allens Regt

 

 

Anderson, Robert                                                    Moca 0014

                 Born 1756 in North Yarmouth, Maine and died 1843 in Lewiston

                 Maine.  He is buried in the davis Cemetery in Lewiston. with a

                 Tombstone

                 Service:  Capt. Abram Tylers Co. also Capt. John Gray with the

                 Penobscot expedition.  He also saw service in New York.

                 also see the Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 1

 

 

 

Anderson, Robert                                                   Moca 0538

                   Born in 1762   unknown  resided in  Otisfield and is buried

                   there in the Elmwood Cemetery.

                   Service:  Naval  service,  taken prisoner, was confined in the

                   Dartmoor Prison in England.

 

 

 

 

Anderson, Samuel                                                   Moca 0539

                  Born in Warren, Maine 2 Oct. 1762  He died 25 Oct. 1828 and is

                  buried in the Old Town Cemetery in Warren.

                  Service:  Sentinel in Capt. Robert Hodges Co. Col. William Jones

                  Massachusetts Regt. 10 Sep. 1777   Also Pvt.  in Capt. Samuel

                  Slopes Co.  Col. Israel Chapins Mass. Regt..   Enlisted 1 Nov.

                  179  discharged 22 Nov. 1779.  Also Pvt. in Capt. Benjamins

                  Hicks Co.  Col. Goose Van Shaichn's 1st N.Y. Regt.  Muster rolls   

                  for Jan to SApril 1781  enlistement for the war.

 

 

 

 

Andrews, David Sr.                                                   Moca 0541

                  Born 23 May 1736 in Taunton, Mass   was a resident of Paris,

                  Maine  Buried in the Andrews Cemetery in North Paris, Maine

                  He has a government headstone

                  Service:  Serjent in Capt. Jose King's Com.  Col. Mitchell's Bristol

                  Countyh Regt.

 

 

 

 

Andrews, Ephriam                                                    Moca 0542

                 Born in Berkley, Massachusetts 1757 and was a resident of

                 Guilford, Maine  where he died 22 March 1845 and is buried in

                 the French family  lot about 1 mile from Guilford.

                 Service: enlisted abt. 1 May 1775 in Berkley, Massachusetts in

                 Capt. Samuel Tubbs Company. Col. Walkers Mass Tegt.   Service

                 8 months   Enlisted 1 Feb. 1776  shipped aon board Privateer,

                 "Revenge"  Capt. Joseph Sheffield.  Was taken prisoner by the

                 British vessel "Unicorn"  Enlisted Aug. 1780  Col. Abile Mitchell's                      Regt.

 

 

Andrews, Ephriam                                                     Moca 3222

                 Born 30 sept. 1759 in Scarboro, Maine  He is buried in the Quaker

                 Cemetery in Leeds, Maine

                 Servivce:  see, Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 1 p. 247

 

 

 

Andrews, John                                                         Moca 1608

                  Born 2 May 1744 prob. Dedham, Massachusetts and  died 26 Jan

                  1816 and is buried in Warren, Maine

                  Service:  Sergeant in Capt. William Bullard's Com. Col Heath's

                  Regt.  Marched on the alarm of 19 April 175 from Dedham, Mass.

                  served 10 days.  Also  on the alarm of 4 March 1776  Capt.                           William Bullard's Company. Co. William McIntosh's Regt. 

                  Service 5 days

 

 

 

Andrews, Jonathan                                               Moca 0544

                 Born 18 Dec. 1756  unknown and died 21 Nov. 1826 at

                 Pleasant Ridge Plantation.  He was a resident of North Yarmouth

                 Maine.  He is buried in the Pleasant Ridge Plantation, Maine

                 He has a slate tombstone

                 Service:  enlisted Nov. 1778 as sailor on "Confederacy"

                 commanded by Capt. Seth Harding of New London. He was

                 captured off Cape of delaware in 1779 by British sip "Roebuck"

                 He was on the Jersey Prison ship 6 weeks  on the "America"                           nearly four years.

                 Also see Massachusetts Soldier and Sailors Vol. 1 page 253

 

 

 

Andrews, Lieut. Robert                                           Moca 1609

                 Born 5 Oct. 1753 in Boxford, Massachusetts, he resided in

                 Bridgton, Maine and died there 26 April 1815.  He is buried

                 in the South Bridgton Cemetery with a tombstone of granite

                 Service:  Lieut. Capt.  WIlliam Perleys Co. COl. James Fryers

                 Regt.  19 April 1775   also Capt. goulds Co. 4th Essex Regt.

                 Col. Johnson

 

 

 

 

Andrews, William                                                    Moca 3224

               Born 10 Aug. 1759 in Essex, Massachusetts. and died 24 April

               1850 and is buried in  North Dixmont, Maine

               Service:  none found

 

 

 

Atkins, Charles                                                     Moca 3228

               Born 1747   prob. Readfield, Maine,  died 20 May 1817 in Readfield

               buried in the Methodist Cemetery in East Readfield.

               Service:  none found

 

 

 

 

Atkinson, James                                                      Moca 4809

              Born in  Lancashire, England, was a resident of Winthrop, Maine

              Buried in the Town Cemetery in Winthrop, Maine

              Service:   in 1799 on the Committee of Correspondence of Inspection

              and Safetyh

 

 

 

 

 

Austin, Jonah                                                        Moca 0548

               Born 29 July 1753 in Dighton, Massachusetts. was a resident of

               Windham, Maine and died 26 Sept. 1833 and is buried in family

               plot in East Windham, Maine

               Service:  Enlisted at Falmouth July 11, 1775, served 6 months and

               enlisted 20 Jan. 1777 in Capt. Benjamin Walcotts, Co. Col Thomas

               Marshall's Regt..  served till 31 Dec. 179 again from 1 Jan. 1780 to

               30 Jan. 1780

 

 

 

 

Austin, Stephen                                                     Moca 4811

               Born  1745 unknown and died in Danville, Maine 14 Oct. 1837

               Buried in the Mountain view Cemetery, Auburn, Maine,  has a slate

               Tombstone.

 

 

 

               Service:  Pvt. in capt. George Ulmer's com.  Col. James Hunter's

               Regt.  Enlisted 10 April 1782,  discharged 20 Nov. 1782 service

               7 months 10 days in the Eastern Dept.

               also see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 1 page 361

 

 

 

 

 

Averill, Moses                                                          Moca 0549

             Born 1761 in Milford, New Hampshire and died Dec. 1843 in Wilton,

             Maine.  He was a resident of Wilton and is buried in the Brown\                     

Neighborhood Cemetery in East Wilton, Maine   2nd row, left side.

              Service:  Pvt. in Capt. david Keith's Co. one year from Jan. 1776.

             Col. Paul Dudley,  Sargent,  Mass. Enlisted 1780 for 6 months as                    Pvt.  Battle of White Plains,  N.H. Papers.

             Married:  three times.

             1st. Nancy Parker

             2nd. Mary Bridges    Wilton on 27 July 1786

             3rd. Eunice...

             Children:  Luther, Moses, Virtue, Lucy, Hannah, Lucinda, Alice.

 

 

 

Averill, Samuel                                                    Moca 0550

                 Born in Alna, Maine in 1742 and lived there all his life. he died

                 22 Sept. 1824 in Alna and is buried there.

                 Service:  Lieut. in Capt. Daniel Scott's Company. Col Joseph

                 North's Regt. Mass. Militia. 1777  Vol. 57 page 118

                 DAR Lineage Books.

 

 

 

 

Avery, Samuel                                                  Moca 4813

                 Born in 1752  probably in New Hampshire, he died in Jefferson

                 12 Aug. 1836 and is buried in Whitefield Cemetery in Cooper's

                 Mills

                 Service: one year in Capt. titcomb's co. Col. Por's Regt. N.H.

                 Line.  Applied for  a pension in 1818

 

 

 

Avery, Capt. Thatcher                                             Moca 0018

               Born 15 Feb. 1757 at Turo, Massachusetts and died 4 May, 1827

               in Castine, Maine. He is buried in private cemetery on a farm once

               owned by Thatcher Avery.  Grave is located in front row, with marble stone.

 

 

 

 

 

Babb, Peter                                                Moca 0554  Order # 1370

              He was born in 1764 and was a resident of Buxton, Maine where he died 24 June. 1842

              He is buried in the Highland Cemetery in Buxton, Maien with a marble stone, located on

              the right front of the cemetery.

              Service:   Was in Capt. John William's Co. COl. Vose's Regt.. He enlisted in 1781

              see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors  vol. 1 page. 386

 

 

Babcock, Jeremiah                                                 Moca 4815

                 Born about 1757 and resided in Hallowell, Maine.  He died in

                 Augusta 1 Oct. 1821.   Has a slate stone located  in Augusta,

                Maine.  (Cemetery not stated)  Just on  a Fish Farm near river.

                Service"  the Penobscot Expedition

 

 

Bacon, Timothy                                                  Moca 0558

               Born  1762 in Scarborn, Maine   He resided in Gorham and died

               There 24 Oct. 1849     Has an upright tombstone # 107 Map 1948

               Service:  Lt. Col. Cprints Regt. Petersons Brigate. Mass. Soldiers

               and Sailors Vol. 1 p. 425

 

 

Bagley, Enoch                                                   Moca 0559

                Born 1758 in Newbury, Massachusetts.  He died in Troy 30 Nov.

                1842.

                Service: made stocks for the mujskets and served as a soldier in

                the Massachusetts Militia. Ref" Dar Lineage Book No. 23605

 

 

 

Bagley, Levi                                                      Moca 6225

                 Born in 1745   not stated and died 3 May 1810 and is buried

                  in the Montville, Maine Mt. Repose Cemetery

                 Service: n/a

 

 

 

 

Bailey, Daniel                                                    Moca 5061

               Born 17 March 1756,  was a resident of Woolwich  and died there.

 

               on 13 March 1817 and is buried in the Partridge Cemetery in Wool

               wich.  He has a marble stone located near the center of the lot.

               Service: enlisted for  Town of Ipswich and joined Capt. Bailey's Co.

               Col. Jackson's Regt. was Corp in Capt. Josiah Stern's Co.  Col.

               Doolittle's Regt. 175

 

 

Bailey, Eliphalet                                                Moca 0562

               Born  1758 in Dunstable, Massachusetts and was a resident of

               Farmington, Maine,  died there May 1836 and is buried in the

               Riverside Cemetery in Farmington, Maine.

               Service:  Served in Capt. COliver Cummings Co.  Served on guard

              in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

 

 

 

Bailey, John    born  not known,  died 13 Aug. 1822 and is buried in the

                   Eastern Cemetery in Portland, Maine.  Section K. Lot. 25

                   had a wife named Abigail.......

                   Service: Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailord Vol. 1 page 454

 

 

 

Bailey, John                                                  Moca 4817

              Born in Massachusetts in 1764 and was a resident in Turner, Maine

              died 19 July 1833 and is buried in the Howes Cor. Cemetery in

              Turner, Maine.

              Service:   Just A revolutionary Soldier on the headstone

 

 

 

 

Bailey, John                                                   Moca 0563

                 Born in Woolwich, Maine 8 Aug. 1764 and died there 5 Oct. 1857

              and is buried in the  Montsweag Cemetery in Woolwich, Maine

              His headstone is located in the southwest corner .

              Service:  Pvt. in 2nd Esses Co. in 1778 uknder command of his

              father, capt. John Bailey

 

 

 

Bailey, nathan                                             Moca 0565

             Born   not known.   died in 1819 and is buried in the Town

             Cemetery in Whitefield, Maine

             Service:  not known

 

 

 

 

Bailey, Samuel                                               Moca 0564

             Born in 1756 and died  16 May 1829 and is buried in the Village                    Cemetery in North Milford, Maine

            Service:  enlisted as a drummer for  Rhode Island in Col. Topham

            Troops ... a pensioner

 

 

 

Bailey, Thaddeus                                               Moca 7616

             Born in Newburgh, Massachusetts in  1758 and was a resident

             of Palermo, Maine.  he died 4 March 1849 in Palermo, and is buried

             in the Smith Cemetery in Palermo, Maine

             Service: Pvt.  in Capt. Daniel Scott's Co.  Col. Nprth's Regt.  also 

             Lincoln Co. to march to Providence. Col. Wade's & Col. Jacob's

             Regt. as returned bny Brig. Charles Cushings, Aug. 1778. Capt. 

             Timothy Heald's Co. Col. Samuel McCobb's Regt.  enlisted 1779

 

 

 

Baker,  Daniel                                                     Moca 0568

             Born in Somersworth, New Hampshire, in 1766 and resided in

             Gorham, Maine. he died there 9 July. 1856 and is buried in the

             Gorham cemetery, near the center.  He has a slate headstone

             Service:  see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 1 page 472

 

 

 

 

 

Baker, Edward                                                   Moca 0569

            Born in 1755 in Waterford, where he resided, and died there in 1846

            Service: Lieut Capt. Elissha  Hedges Co. COl. Nathaniel Freeman's

            Regt.   Marched on a secret expedition to Rhode Island 27 Sept. 1777

            reenlisted in 1779.  He is buried on his farm with a marble stone.

            Located  in a field back of the house with  three others.

 

 

 

Baker, John                                                        Moca

           Born in Lynn, Massachusetts in 1753 and died  in 1807 in Portland,

           Maine.  He is buried in the Eastern Cemetery  in Portland, Sec. C

           Lot 49

           Service:  Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 1 page 486

 

 

 

Baker, Josiah                                                       Moca 1615

              Born 1741 and died 8 June. 1824 probably in Portland, Maine

              He is buried in the Eastern Cemetery in Portland Sec. C. Lot 47

              Service:  Massachusett Soldier and Sailors Vol. 1. page 489

 

 

 

 

Baker, Moses                                                        Moca 6231

             Born in East Machias, Maine in 1758, resided there and died there

             27 Dec. 1844 and is buried in the East Machias Cemetery.

             Service:   Revolutionary Soldier (all that is listed)

 

 

 

Baker, Col Samuel                                               Moca 4819

               Born in 1761 in Yarmouth, Maine, where he resided and died,

               31 Aug. 1826 and is buried in the North Yarmouth, Cemetery.

               Service: P. 497  Soldiers and Sailors of the Reveloution.

               Stone is located left center of Cemetery, with marble stone.

 

 

 

Baldwin, Nahum                                              Moca 0574

              Born in East Sudbury, Massachusetts  30 Jan. 1762 and was

              a resident of New Sharon, Maine.  He died there 30 Aug. 1840

              His stone is located near back of yard on side looking up river.

              Service:   In New Hampshire  line pensioner

 

 

Ballou, Samuel   (Blue)                                    Moca 6236

              Born in Epping, New Hampshire 1758 and was a resident of

              Monmouth, Maine   he died 2 March 1819 and is buried in  the North

              Monmouth Cemetery.

              Service:  His wife Hannah is on the pension list of 1841

 

 

Barbour, Joseph                                            Moca 1617                            #70

             Born 1737 and died 1795 he is buried in the Eastern Cemetery in

             Portland, Maine  Sec. D. lot 89

             Service: Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 1 page 587

             He married Elizabeth Goodridge

 

 

Barbour, Solomon                                             Moca 0579

             Born, not known, resided in Deer Isle, Maine and died there about

             1830.   In Homer's History of Deer Isle (page 135) lists he received

             pension for Revolutionary Service.  He is buried in the Deer Isle

             Cemetery, Deer Isle Maine  he has a slate tombstone

 

 

 

 

Barker, Asa                                                      Moca 0581

            Born in Andover, Massachusetts in 1749 and resided in Bridgton,

            Maine. He died 18 Sept. 1822; He is buried in South Bridgton

            Cemetery with a  Granite stone in  the lower center.

 

 

 

 

Barker, Jeremiah                                            Moca  1619

            Born 31 March in 1752 in Barnstable, Massachusetts, and died

             3 Oct. 1834 in Portland, Maine.  He is buried in the Stroudwater

            Cemetery in Portland.   He is listed as a Doctor.   He married

            Abigail Gorham,  in 175, mar. 2nd in 1790 Susanna Garrett.

            he mar. 3rd Eunice Riggs,  mar. 4th in 1802  Mary Williams,

            he mar. 5th in 1808 Mrs. Temperence Garrett Gorham

 

 

 

Barker, John W.                                              Moca 6240\

            Born  not known,  but died  in Eddington, Maine 15 Aug. 1828

            He is buried in the Eddy Cemetery,  Eddington, maine. he has a

            Marble stone.

            Service:  Pvt. in Capt. William Smith's Co.  Col. John Nisson's Regt.

            Also Capt. Munro's Co. Col. T. Bigelow's Regt.  Service at Charles

            town, Massachusetts  also at Van Shack's Island. Rhode Island with

            the Continentals.

 

 

 

Barnard, Daniel                                               Moca 1620

             Born in Andover, Massachusetts,  20 Jan. 1758 and was a resident

             of Bridgton, Maine.  He died there 6 April. 1822 and is buried in the

             South Bridgton Cemetery, located in the center with a marble stone.

             Service: enlisted  9 Sept. 1781  discharged 8 Dec. 1781

 

 

Barrell, Joshua                                               Moca 058

             Born 1746 in Scituate, Massachusetts and resided in Turner, Maine

             He died 25 May 1828 in Turner, Maine.  He has a slate stone in the

             center of the cemetery.

             Service: Pvt. Capt. Nathan Alden's Co.  Maj. Eliphalet Carey's Mass.

             Regt. on the march to Rhode Island.   DAR Lineage

 

 

Barrer, Jeremiah                                               Moca 6242

            Born in Massachusetts 31 March 1752 and resided in Gorham, Maine

            He died there 4 Oct. 1835  He has a black stone in the upper left             center.

            Service: Pvt. in Capt. George Lewis Co. Col. Freeman's Regt

            Sept. 6 1776  3 days service.

 

 

 

Barrett, Amos                                                 Moca 1621

             Born in Watertown, Massachusetts 23 April 1753 and was a resident

             of Union, Maine he died 25 Jan. 1829 and is buried there.

             Service. Pvt. Capt. George Minot's Co. Col. Brooks Regt..

             Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 1 page. 67

 

 

 

 

Barrows, Asa                                                Moca 0592

             Born in 1751 he resided in  Hebron, Maine and  died in Woodstock

             Maine 13 Sept. 1850 He is buried in the Curtis Cemetery, in

             Woodstock, Maine.  Tombstone is of slate, located in the back .

             Service: pvt. in Capt. George Harmon's Co.  Lieut. Joshua Perkins

            Col. Thomas Lathrop Regt..

 

 

Barrows, Benaiah                                         Moca 0693

             Born in Attleborough, Massachusetts in 1762 and was a resident of           #80

             Camden, Maine. where he died in 1844. buried in the Ancient

             Cemetery in Brockville

             Service: Name changed from Berriah Barrows to Beniah.

             8 Mar. '81 by H. M. Sterling and new registration sheet to NSSAR

             He married to Hopestill

 

 

 

Barrows, Comfort                                         Moca 0594

            Born in 1759 in Attleboro, Massachusetts and was a resident of

            Thomaston, Maine He died May 1790 and is buried in the Tolman

            cemetery in Rockland, Maine.

            Service:  Pvt. Capt. Stephen Richardson's Co. Col. George Williams

            Regt..   Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 1 page 697

            Married. Sabrina Robbins

 

 

 

Barrows, Peter                                               Moca 0596

           Born in Attleborough, Massachusetts in 1755 and was a resident

           of Camden, Maine. he died in Camden 12 May, 1841 and is buried

           in the Rockville Cemetery, in Rockport, Maine.

           Note:  name changed from Barrons to Barrows 8 mar. '81 by

           H.M. Sterling and new registration sheet to NSSAR

 

 

 

 

Barrows, William                                            Moca 0597

            Born in Plymton, Massachusetts  22 Jan. 1756, he was a resident

            of Hebron, Maine. He died 22 Nov. 1837 in Hebron, and is buried

            Baptist Church Cemetery

            Service:  Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 1 page. 702

 

 

 

 

Barstow, Benjamin                                     Moca 0598

             Born in Newcastle, Maine in 1756

             He resided there and died 20 Aug. 1821 in Damariscotta, Mills;

             Buried in the Hiland Cemetery, has a stone located left of the gate

             middle of the cemetery.

             Service: Pvt. in capt. George White's Co. 3 years   List of Rev.

             Soldiers in the  Patten Library, Bath, Maine.  He was a Pensioner.

 

 

 

Bartlett, Daniel                                                  Moca 1624 SAR #2020

           Born 8 April 1766 and died 8 Dec. 1843 in Hebron, Maine

           He is buried  at Hebron Academy Cemetery, Hebron, Maine Sec. A

           lot. 31   he has a stone.

           Service: Marine, on ship Alfred under command of John Paul Jones

           Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 1 page  725

 

 

 

Bartlett, John                                                    Moca 5026

             Born in Duxbury, Massachusetts Jan. 1752

             Was a resident of Hartford, and is buried in the Maple Grove cemetery

             in Hartford, Maine.

             Servicve:   Stone says " A Hero of the Revolution"

             Married Molly Bonney

 

 

 

 

Barton, Ebenezer                                                Moca 0601

              Born March 1755, was a resident of Windham, Maine and died

              there 31 April 1786 buried in the Gould Cem. Windham Center.

              Service: Pvt. Capt. Thomas Trott's Co.   was at West Point in April

              1779

 

 

Baston  Capt. Winthrop                                       Moca 1627

             Born..... n/a         died North Yarmouth, Maine 25 Jne. 1817. and is buried in the

             Walnut Hill Cemetery in North Yarmouth, Maine  Order no. 1032

             Service:  Capt.  enlisted 29 Jan. 1776  a Captain in Col. Jacob French's Regt. Cumberland

             county.  Commissioned  13 March 176 at. Winter Hill.  

 

 

Batchelder, David                                             Moca 0502                      #90

             Born  Hampton Falls New Hampshire  4 Nov. 1742. and was a resident of Saco, Maine

             Died there 8 Jan. 1829 and buried in the family cemetery in Old Orchard Beach, Maine.

             Service:  Capt. James Norris' Co. Poor's Regt.  15 June. 1775

 

 

Batchelder, Joshua                                            Moca 4822

             Born  n/a  died 7 Feb. 1826 and buried in the Gowen Cemetery in Sanford, Maine

             He has a head stone  (Govt.)  and is buried  at the rear of the  grave site.

             Service:   Not much mentioned, he in the Mass Military in the Revolution.

             information from  Emery's History of Sanford. 

 

 

Bates, Doughtery                                              Moca 1628

            Born in Hanover, Massachusetts 6 Sept. 1761   became a resident of Leeds, Maine and

            died there.

             Service: served as a pvt. in Capt. Joseph Stetson's Company. Col. Dyke's Regt.

 

 

Bayley, Hudson                                               Moca  1631

             Born....n/a   evidently lived in Portland, Maine. is buried in the Eastern Cemetery in

             Portland.  sec. B.  row 10  He died 19 Jan. 1796   He was married to Sarah unknown.

 

 

 

Black, Josiah                                                   Moca 0643

              Born 3 Dec. 1750 in Kittery, Maine and became a resident of Limington, Maine

              He died in East Limington 4 June. 1843 and is buried in the Black-Wheelwright

              Cemetery in Limington.  His stone is a field stone  He had an SAR marker placed

              by Robert Taylor  23 Apr. 1981  Date Data to the NSSAR 2 July 1981

              Service: Private in Capt. Richard Mayberry's Co. Col Ebenezer Frances's Regt. Mass Line

 

 

 

Black, Joab                                                      Moca 0642

               Birth and death not recorded, is buried in the Cong. Church Yard in Cumberland, Maine

               Service:   in Capt. Samuel Whitmoras Co.  in Gorham, Maine from 23 Dec. 176 to May

               179.   Vol. 2 page 96

 

 

Blackinton, Benjamin                                        Moca 0644

               Born ....n/a/   died 1812  in Thomaston, Maine and is buried in the Tolman Cem. in

               Rockland, Maine.

               Service:  Sergt. in Capt. Nathiel Fales Co. and was in service  by order of Gen. Lovell

               (see Mass Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolution

 

 

 

Blake, Joseph                                                    Moca 0653

              Born in Massachusetts, he resided imn Scarboro, and Gorham, Maine.  he died 28, Jan

              1840 in Ghoram

              Service:  Corp. in Capt. Williams Com.  Col. Sprouts Regt.  April 26, 1777 to Dec. 31 1779               also  in Capt. Nate Watkins Co. Col, Samuel Brewers Regt.   he was discharge 26 April

              1780.  he is buried  in the West Gorham Cemetery with a tombstone of Slate. in the left

              rear of the Cem.

 

 

Blaisdell, Jedediah                                              Moca 3249

              Born in York, Maine 4 May 1754 and resided in York,  he died in South Berwick, Maine

              13 Jan. 1844   He is buried about 300 yards back of   house now owned by Mrs. Frank

              Blaisdell.  He has a white marble stone.

              Service:  Pvt. in Ca;t. Samuel Leightyon's Company. in Col. Frances's Regt.  see Mass

              Soldiers and Sailors vol. 2 page. 169

 

 

 

Blake, Josiah                                                   Moca0654

             Born 20 Dec. 1759 in Seekonk, Massachusetts. and was a resident of Rehobath, Mass.

             He died in Phillips, Maine 14 July 1840 and is buried in the Town Cem. in Phillips.

             Service:  Pvt. on the Lexington Alarm Roll of Capt. Bishops Co. which marched on alarm

             19 Apr. 1775 from Rehoboth, Massachusetts.

 

 

 

Blake, Paul                                                     Moca 6283    SAR # 2004          #100

 

             Born 26  Aug. 1756 in Epping, New Hampshire and died 22 Jan. 1806 in Mount Vernon

             Maine,. where he was a resident.  He is buried in the West Mout Vernon Cem. located

             1 quarter way down near  the outer aisle, on the left.  He has a slate stone.

             Service: in the New Hampshire Line in 175 under Capt. Frye   in 178 under Capt. Werthen,

             and later under Capt. Elijah Prescott. Capt. Joseph Pearson.

             He married  Abigail Blake.  she recieved a pension 1/13/1840   Ref. New Hampshire

             State papers  Revolutionary War. Pensioners. Vol. 21676.  Paul Blake's Widow recieved a

             pension by virtue of her husbands service.  In this document his service in the New Hamp

             Line is outlined. and his subsequent removal to Mount Vernon, Maine is verified.

 

 

Blake: Willing                                                               Moca 0656

               Born in Wrentham, Massachusetts and became a  resident of Warren, Maine where he

               died on 19 June. 1844 and is buried there.

               Service.  See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors vo. 4 page. 138

 

 

 

 

 

Blanchard, Ozias                                                           Moca  0657

                  Born  August of 1742 and died 2 Sept. 1826 in Cumberland, Maine and  is buried

                  ther in the Congre. Church yard.

                  Service:  see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol 2 page 153

 

 

 

Blanchard, Capt. Seth                                                Moca   4841

                 Was a resident of  Yarmouth, Maine where he died 24 Sept. 1842.  He is buried there

                 has a slate stone and is located right center of the main gate.

                 Service:  Capt. John Gray's Company Col. Jonathan Mitchell's Regt.

                 He was on the Penobscot Expedition   

 

 

Blanchard, Solomon                                                  Moca  1785

                Born  July 1763 and died 25 Feb. 1853 in Dresden, Maine. He is buried in a private

                burying ground in Dresden. (formerly on the George C. Allen property, now Skilling

                Cedar Grove, Dresden, Maine) he has a marble stone.

                Service:  served 5 months 18 days at Castle and Gov. Island.  See. History of Dresden.

                page. 335

 

 

 

Blin, James                                                            Moca  0050

               no other information other than he his buried in the Neguasset, Cem. in Woolich

 

 

 

 

Blunt, John capt.                                                    Moca  1640

              Born in Chester New Hampshire 26 March. 1735 and became a resident of Winthrop, Me.

              He died 18 May 1804 and is buried in a private cem. in Winthrop, Maine.

              Service: he was a Capt. in Col. Samuel McCobb's Regt.

 

 

 

Bodge, Benjamin                                                     Moca  0051

             Born in Windham, Maine 6 Jan. 1756 and died there 21 Aug. 1831.

             Service: at Portland  fortifying the City. Enlisted Nov. 175

 

 

 

Boggs, Samuel 2nd.                                                 Moca 0660

           He died in 179 and is buried in the Comery Cem. in Waldoboro, Maine. He has a stone of

           granite. and is located in the  northern back part of the cemetery.  His marker was sent to

           Belle L. Preble of Hallowell, Maine on 23 Sept. 1931     order no. 34

           Service: Lieut. Capt. Nathanikel Fale's Co.   He entered the service 14 July 179 and served

           15 days in  expedition against Major Bagaduce by order of Gen. Lovel.  reported killed

            28 July. 1779

 

 

Boogs, Samuel 3rd.                                (Bogues)         Moca 1642

            Born in Fort at Pemaquid,.  he died 1834 in the Comery Cemetery in Waldoboro, Maine

            He as a headstone of granite.

            Marker was sent to Belle L. Preble of Hallowell, Maine 23 Sept. 1931.   order # 33

            Service: Pvt.  in the Massachusetts Militia.  Pensioner in Lincoln County, Maine. He served

            at Ticonderoga.  See Warren History  Page 220  he has a granite stone with Samuel Boggs

             2nd.

 

 

 

Bohannan, Lt. John                                                   Moca 6292              #110

           Born 29 Feb. 1740 at Salisbury, New Hampshire and died after 1820 in Calais, Maine

           He was a resident of Machias and Calais, Maine.

           Service:  Was  at the battle of Margaretta and Unity at Machias Bay, 11 July 1775

           see: Massachusetts soldiers and Sailors vol. 2   He  enlisted 7 Sept. 1775 served to  close of

           of the war. in 1783   He is buried in the Calais Cemtery  Lot. 80 N.W. from  Eastern Ave.

 

 

 

Bolster, Isaac                                                            Moca 0662

           Born in Oxbridge, Massachusetts 28 April 1737 he became a resident of Paris, Maine and

           died there on 27 April 1836. He is buried in the Fairview Cem. in Paris, Maine.  He has a

           Slate stone.    lot is located in the center of the Cemetery.

           Service:  He was a Lieutenant at Concord and a Captain in 175 in Col. Leard's Regt. and

           lived in and out of Boston

 

 

 

Bolton, Thomas                                                     Moca 0663

             Born  25 Feb. 1758 and resided in Gorham, Maine where he died 18 June. 1793. He is

             buried in the Sapling Cemetery in Gorham, Maine..         order # 1162

             Service: in Capt. William Knights Company.

 

 

 

 

Bond, Henry                                                            Moca 4847

           Born in Watertown, Massachusetts 14 Jan. 1762 and  became a resident of Livermore,

           Maine where he died 27 March 1796 and is buried in the Gibb's Cemetery in Livermore,

           Maine. He has a marble headstone located in the right back part of the cemetery.

           Service:  He was a Fifer in Capt. Childe's Com. 25th Regt. of Cont. Troops commanded

           by Col. Bond from Massachusetts.

 

 

 

Bonney, Isaac                                                           Moca 6297

             Born in Pembroke, Massachusetts 25 July 1755 and became a resident of Sumner, Maine

             where he died 28 Aug. 1841 and is buried in the Bisbee Cemetery in Sumner.

             He has a headstone   and old style SAR marker and government headstone. located back

             left.

             Service: Corporal in the 12th Massachusetts Regt.           Order # 589

 

 

 

Boody, Robert                                                           Moca 0665   SAR 2044

           Born in Madbury, New Hampshire 13 Apr. 1743 and died in Limington, Maine 21 APr. 1814

           He has a stone in the Boody Cemetery in Limington.  Stone of Marble and  site is in poor

           condition.    Sar marker  placed by Robert Taylor  21 Apr. 1981 and data to the NSSAR

           2 July. 1981     Prepared by Harold M. Sterling   2 July 1981

           Service:  The New Hampshire Line.     Note: Inscription on Stone:

                                                                Robert Boody

                                                                d. Apr. 21 1814 ae 71 yrs.

 

 

Booker, Daniel                                                       Moca 0666   Order # 1015

            Born in Harpswell, Maine 25 Feb. 1760 and died in West Bowdoin, Maine 8 Nov. 1856

            He has a slate stone located near the center of the Cemetery.

            Service: Penobscot Expedition.  He enlisted at Harpswell, Maine

 

 

 

Boothby William                                                     Moca 0668

           Born in 1758 place not known,  he resided in Limerick, Maine and died there 7 Aug. 1828

           He is buried in the Hayes Cemetery on the river road in Limerick, Maine.  He has a slate

           stone. located on the south corner of the cemetery.

           Service:  Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vo. 2 page. 27  Pensioner in Limerick, Maine

           was in the 1790 U.S. Census in Limerick.

 

 

 

Bosworth, Noah                                                   Moca  0670

             Born in Plympton, Massachusetts and was a resident of Sumner, Maine where he died

             He is buried in the Bisbee Cemetery in Sumner.

             Service:  Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors vol. 2 page 299.  in Lothrop Regt. Brig.

             Joseph Cushings Brigade  Dec. 1796     Note:  a 2nd card states he to be a private in

             Capt.  Thomas  Loring's Company whiich marched to  alarm of April 175

 

 

 

Boulter, Nathaniel  Capt.                                       Moca  4850

             Born 1758  probably in Standish, Maine and was a resident there as well as Biddeford.

             He died in South Standish 1835 and is buried in the Boulter yard in South Standish, Maine

             location of the site is rear right  with a slate stone.

             Service:  Capt. Roger Libby's Co. Enlisted  178.  see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors

             Vol. 2 page. 248

 

 

Bowers, Benjamin                                                   Moca 2695       #120

              Born at Cambridge, Massachusetts 1 Aug. 1752 and died 8 July 1834 at Lovell, Maine

              He is buried in a private lot in Lovell, at a place called Vinegar Hill. He has a marker

              no service record indicated.

 

 

Bowles, John                                                        Moca 4852

        He died 1826 and is buried in the Evergreen Cemetery in Wayne, Maine.  the marker by

        Patience Stanley Chapter of the DAR    (No other information)

 

 

 

Bowman, Jonathan                                               Moca 3254

             Born in Dorchester, Massachusetts 8 Dec. 1735 and was a resident of Dresden, Maine

             where he died 11 Sept. 1804 and is in the  Bowman Cemetery in West Dresden, Maine

             He does have a headstone

             Service   See Allen;s History of Dresden, Maine

 

 

 

Brackett, John                                                        Moca 0672

            Born 11 Apr. 1761 in Falmouth, Maine and died 22 Feb. 1844 in Harrison, Maine

            He is buried in the Bolsters Mills Cemetery in Harrison, Maine.

            Service:  Enlisted 21 Apr 175 and discharged  29 Sep. 1775. Col. Edmund Phinney's Regt.

            see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vo. 2 page  390

 

 

 

Brackett, Joshua                                                    Moca   0673  order # 1224

           Born 10 July 1762  probably Limington, Maine where he was a resident, dying there

           10 June 1849 in Limington.  He has a marble stone located left of the entrance of the

           Limington Cemeteryh.

           Service:  Pvt. in Capt. Joseph Pride"s Co.   Service at Eastward    (Robert Taylor, Limington

                  reports he was born  31 July 1762 in Falmouth, Maine.

 

 

 

Brackett, Nathaniel                                                 Moca 1650  order # 1082

          Born in Georgetown, Maine and was a resident of LYMAN, Maine He is buried in the

          Chadbourne Cemetery in Lyman with a marble stone located in the center of the lot.

          Service:  Capt. Jonathan Nowell Co. Col. James Scammon's TRegt..  entlisted 3 May 175 to 1 Aug. 175 in Cambridge  Nov. 26th.

 

 

 

 

Brackett, Peter                                                          Moca 1651   order # 1095

           Born  not known,  but died at New Gloucester, Maine 27 Oct. 1834. where he was a

           resident.  He is buried in the Pond Cemetery in New Gloucester, Maine,  he has a marble

           located to the rear of William Brackett.

           Service: see page 392 of the Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors

 

 

Bracket  Samuel                                                    Moca 0674  SAR   order # 2054

          He was born in Berwick 8 Aug. 1757 and died in Limington, Maine 31 Oct. 1850

          He is buried in the Quaker Cemetery in South Limington, Maine. He has a stone of slate.

          SAR marker placed by Robert Taylor 23 Apr. 1981   data sent to NSSAR 2 July. 1981 

          prepared by Harold M. Sterling. 2 July 1981

          SERVICE: IN  Col. John Frost's 2nd York Co.  & Col. Storer's Regt. Massachusetts Line.

          note: Stone reads. Samuel Brackett born Aug. 1, 1757 - 31 OCt. 1850

 

 

 

Bradbury, Jacob Jr.                                               Moca 1855  Order #1365

            Born 1743 and died  30 Oct. 1811 at Buxton, Maine where he was a resident. He is

            buried in the the Tory Hill Cemetery in Buxton, Maine with a slate stone located in the

            rear of the Church.

            Service: in Capt. John Elden's Company in Falmouth 4 Dec. 175. see Massachusetts

            Soldiers and Sailors vol. 2 page 397

 

 

Bradbury, Moses                                                  Moca 4854  Order # 1262

            Born in North Yarmouth, Maine and died in MInot, Maine 22 Dec. 1822  He is buried in

            the Pol Hill Cemetery in Minot, Maine.  has a marble stone in the center of the lot.

            Service: in Capt. John Worthley's Company Col. Ed Phinney's TRegt.

 

 

 

Bradford, Benjamin                                              Moca 4856      #130

           Buried in the Eastern Cemetery in Portland, Maine   Tombstone 29 sec. A

 

 

 

Bradford, Carpenter                                                Moca 067

           Born in Kingston, New Hampshire  7 Feb. 1739 and was a resident of Friendship, Maine

           where he died and is buried in the East Friendship Cemetery.

           Service: Pvt. in Capt. Caleb Richardson Co. COl. John Hathaway's Regt. Mass. Troops.

           Enlisted 25 March 179   service 21 days at Rhode Island.

 

 

Bradford, Ezekial                                                   Moca 0668  order # 1308

            Buried in the Upper Cemetery in Turner, Maine

 

 

 

 

Bradford, Jesse                                                       Moca 3258

           Born in Duxbury, Massachusetts  in 1759 and was a resident of Turner, Maine where he

           died 20 Mauy 1829 and is buried in the Turner Center Cem.

           Service:  on guard of Burgoynes captured Army at Saratoga in 1777

 

 

 

Bradford, Peabody                                                   Moca 0062

          Buried in the West Auburn Yard in the front.  has a marble stone.

          He was of DUXBURY< Massachusetts.  He died 17 Jan. 1852

          Service: at Valley Forge. Col. Warren's Regt.   see Mass. Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 2 p. 405

 

 

 

Bradish. Major David                                            Moca 0063

          Buried in the Eastern Cemetery in Portland, Maine.  Sec. C. Lot. 32   see. Massachusetts

          Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 2 page 450

 

 

Bradley, Levi                                                      Moca 3259

             Born in New Haven, Conn. 12 May 1755 and resided in Southwick, Massachusett                          He died in Charleston, Maine 24 Feb. 1814.  buried in the Village Cemetery in West

             Charleston, Maine grave located  4 or 5 rows from the right hand gate. has a slate stone.

             Service: Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors pp. 419  & 422  also see Bangor Historical

             Magazine vol. 111  (1888)  page 181

 

 

 

 

Bradley, Samuel                                                  Moca 0679

              Born  not known,  died in New Sharon, Maine on  26 June. 1851      Order # 928

              Service.   not known but was a pensioner.

 

 

 

Bradstreet, John                                                Moca 1653

            Born in Ipswich, Massachusetts 26 June. 1748 he was a resident of Palermo, Maine

            where he died 6 May, 1833 and is buried in the Greeley's cemterey in Palermo.

            Service: Pvt. under Capt. Jewett and MIGHILL IN Col. Gerrish Regt. of the Massachusetts

            Troops

 

 

 

Bragdon, Arthur                                                  Moca 1654

            Buried in the Village Cemetery in Shapleigh, Maine   (by Old York Chapter)

 

 

 

 

Bragdon, Col. John                                              Moca 2709        #140

            Buried in the Highland Yard in West Poland, Maine    be born 1759 and died 1842

            He has a marble stone.

 

 

 

Bragdon, Solomon                                                Moca 1660  Order # 1216

           Born in 1751  he was a resident of Scarboro where he died.

           Service:  Pvt. in Capt. Benjamin Larabee's Co. COl. Jonathan M. Mitchell's Regt.

 

 

 

 

Bragdon, William                                                Moca 0682  Order # 2041

           Born 14 JUL 1754 in Scarboro, Maine  became a resident of Limington, Maine and died

           there 28 Feb. 1802 in Limington.  He is buried in the Bragdon Cemetery has a stone (Field)

           condition of the lot is poor, and the SAR marker was placed by Robert Taylor 23 Apr. 1981

           data sent to the NSSAR 2 July  1981  prepared by Harold M. Sterling 2 Jul. 1981

           Service: In Capt. Abraham Tyler's Co. COl. Edmund Phinney's Regt. Mass. Line.

 

 

 

 

Beal Benjamin                                                        Moca 3242

          Born 30 Oct. 1757 in Abington, Massachusetts, he was a resident of Auburn, Maine.

          He died in 1830 and is buried in the Dillingham Hill Cemetery in Auburn, Maine.

          Service:  His stone now broken says 'A REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIER'

          He married Mary (Molly) Noyes in 1787

 

 

 

 

Beal, Manwarren Jr.                                       Moca 4826

          born  12 Sept. 1736 in York, Maine and died there 23  Aug. 1800 at Beals Maine

          He is buried in the Beals Island Cemetery, Beals, Maine. located front row next to a fence.

          Service:  member of Machias Committee of Safety.

 

 

 

 

 

Beals, Nathan                                                      Moca 4827

           Born 11 Feb. 1768  he was a resident of Pembroke and died in South Livermore, Maine

           He is buried in the family cemetery in South Livermore, Maine

           Service:  He served in Capt. Christopher Banisters Co.  Col. David Wellsegt. Mass. Soldiers

           Sailors vo. 1 page. 858   He enlisted 8 May 1777 and discharged 8 July 1777 at

           Ticonderoga

 

 

 

 

Bean, Joshua                                                    Moca 4828   Order # 248

          Born in  Exeter, New Hampshire 2 May 1741 and was a resident of Readfield, Maine

          He died there 5 April 1814 and is buried in the Readfield Corner cemetery.

          Service: He was a private in the New Hampshire line.

 

 

 

 

 

         

Bearce, Gideon                                                    Moca 1633   order # 838

         Born in Halifax, Massachusetts 9 Feb. 1758 he became a resident of Hebron, Maine

         He died there 19 June. 1844 and is buried on a farm in South Hebron, Maine.

         Service:  see Vol. 1 Page. 386 Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors

 

 

Beckler   Daniel                                                     Moca 0030 order # 1257

 

         Born, not known he was a resident of Hebron, Maine where he died 25 March. 1830

         He is buried in the Patch Mountain Cem. in Hebron. He has a marble stone. He was

         born in Germany. in 1749

         Service:  First. Massachusetts Regt.

 

 

 

Beeman, Aaron                                                    Moca 1634  order # 1116

              Born in Marlboro, Massachusetts in 1764 and resided in Bridgton, Maine. where he died

              10 July, 1843. He is buried at the Ridge Yard Cemetery, in Bridgton. He has a marble

              Stone.  Grave is located right center of the Cemetery.

              Service:  Pvt. in Capt. Thomas Pritchard's Regt.  with service at Springfield in July 1780

 

 

Beeman, John                                                    Moca 0031   Order # 528   #150

             Born 9 Feb. 1755 in Deerfield, or Hallowell, Maine. where he resided and died on 1 March

             1827 and is buried there.

             Service:  he was with Capt. Alexander in the march to Canada in 1776 and was with him

             in New Jersey

 

 

 

Belcher, Supply                                                 Moca 0619    Order # 800

             He was born  29 March 1751 in Stoughton, Massachusetts and became a resident of

             Farmington, Maine where he died 9 June. 1836 and is buried in the Old Meeting House

             Cemetery in Farmington

             Service:  he was a private in Capt. Edward Bridge Co. Alarm of April 19 1775

             see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors  Vol.   page 901

 

 

 

Bemis, Jacob B                                                   Moca 0620  order # 1016

           HE was born in 1760 and was a resident of Pownal, Maine. he died there 18 March 1824

           and is interred in the Pownal Center Cem. Pownal, Maine.

           Service: see Massachusetts soldiers and Sailors vol.     page. 925

 

 

 

Benjamin, Samuel                                               Moca 0032 Order # 879

           He was born in 1753 in Watertown, Massachusetts and became a resident of Livermore,

           Maine.  He died 14 April 1824 and is buried in the Hillman Ferry Cemetery in Livermore, Me.

           Service: was in Col. Michael Jackson's Regt.  from 1 Jan. 1777 to 31 Dec. 1779

 

 

 

Bennett, Batchelder                                            Moca 1635  Order  # 240

          He was born in 1743 in Middleboro, Massachusetts and became a resident of Winthrop, Me

          where he died 7 March 1820 and is buried in the Maple Cemetery in Winthrop.

          Service:  He was a Corp. in Capt. Abiel Pierce's Co.  Co. Samuel McCobbs Regt.

          He was a Pvt. in capt. Nathaniel Woods Co.  Col. Sprouts Regt..   See Stackpole's History

          of Winthrop. page. 129

 

 

 

Bennett, Moses                                                  Moca 0035  Order # 1093

         He was born in 1758 in Gloucester, Massachusetts,  and died  12 Feb. 1832 in New

         Gloucester,  Maine. and is buried in the Lower Corner Cem. in New Gloucester, Maine.

         He has a marble stone and is located at the left corner of the cemetery

         Service: He was in Capt. Nathaniel Warner's Co. Col. Moses Linles Regt.  1 Aug. 175   He                 enlisted May of 1775 and was at Prospect Hill 25 Nov. 1775

 

 

 

Bennett, Nathaniel                                             Moca 0036  Order # 1094

             He was born 30 June 1743  probably in  New Gloucester, Maine  he was a resident there

            and died in June 1810.  He is buried in the Lower Corner Cem. in New Gloucester, Maine.

            He is located in the lower corner of the cemetery  with a slate stone. located in the center.

            Service:  He was an Ensign with Capt. Morgan Lewis Co.  21 April 175, also  Sergt. in

            Caapt. Moses Merrill's Co. Col. Ed Plummings Regt. 15 May 1775 to  5 July 1775  also

            a Lieut. in capt. Ed Harmon's Co. of Sanford, Maine  Co. Ebenezer Sawyer 1st York CO.

            Commissioned 5 June 1776

 

 

 

Bennett, Nathaniel                                            Moca 0037

           Buried in a Private cem. Lower Main st. Sanford. Maine    Order # 1321

 

 

 

 

Benson, Elnathan                                              Moca 1773  Order # 678

           He was born 15 Feb. 1745 in Massachusetts and became a resident of Hebron, Maine where

           he died 10 Aug. 1844 and is buried in the New Cemetery in Mechanic Falls, Maine.

           He has a marble stone and is located in the center of the cemetery.

           Service:  He was  a Pvt. in Capt. Hammon's Co.  He enlisted in 1778 in Plympton, Ma.

 

 

 

 

Benson, Ichabod                                                  Moca 0038   Order # 885

           Born in Middleboro, Massachusetts in 1757 and was a resident of Livermore, Maine where

           he died 1 Aug. 1833 and is buried in the Bretton Mills cemetery in Livermore, Maine

           his name is on a monument located on the right side near a fence and lake

           Service:  He was a Private in the Massachusetts Line.

 

 

 

 

Benson, Samuel                                                Moca 0034  Order # 1345     #160

            He was born 17 July, 1762 and died 26 May 1848.  He married 17 Nov. 1785.

            Rebecca Hunt.   He is buried in the Carmel, Maine Cemetery

            Service:   He was sworn in at Middleborough, Massachusetts and was in Capt. Sparrow's

            Company Col. John Jacob's Regt..

 

 

 

Berry, Amos                                                     Moca 0040   Order # 911

           He was born in 1766 and was a resident of Leeds, Maine where he died 27 Nov. 1823

           and is buried in the Wade Cemetery in Leeds, Maine

           Service:  He was responded 19 April 1775   see Massachusetts Soldiers and sailors Vol.

           1 page. 939

 

 

 

Berry, David                                                     Moca 1637  Order # 907

         He was born in 1766 and died 1 July 1853 and is interred in the Riverside Cemetery

         in Leeds, Maine.

         Service:  see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 1 page 990\

 

 

 

 

Berry, Joshua                                                   Moca 4834  Order # 917

         He was a resident of Leeds, Maine, and is buried in Wades Corner Cemetery,

         SERVICE: see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vo. 1 page 995

 

 

 

 

Berry, Nathaniel                                                 Moca 0042  Order # 496

             He was born in Georgetown, (prob. Massachusetts) 22 Dec. 1755 and was a resident

             of Gardiner, Maine.  He died in Pittston, Maine 20 Aug. 1850 and is buried in the Randolph

             Cemetery Randolph, Maine.

             Service:  He was a member of Washington's Life Guard and was at Valley Forge, Pa.

 

 

 

 

Berry, Pelatiah                                                   Moca 0624   Order #  541

           He was born in Scarboro, Maine in 1759 and became a resident of Gray, Maine where he

           died 20 Nov. 1837 and is buried in the Gray Cemetery in Gray, Maine.

           Service: Enlisted from Scarboro and was discharged from the  Army 9 July, 1777

 

 

 

 

 

Berry, Samuel                                                      Moca 0043  Order # 1010

          He was born in Gardinertown, Massachusetts in 1737 and became a resident of Auburn

          Maine where he died 7 Aug. 1816. He is buried in the Briggs Cemetery, in Auburn.

          His stone is located in the northeast corner of the graveyard. a granite  stone.

          Service:  1st Leiut. of Capt. Henry Smiths 4th Co. in Lincoln Co.  He marched to Providence

          to reinforce, Col. Waters and Col. Jacobs, Regt.

 

 

 

 

Berry, Zebulon                                                      Moca 0041 Order # 1360

           He was born in Scarboro, where he resided and died there. he is buried in the South

           Gorham Cemetery, in South Gorham, Maine with a monument  Hanson grave stone

           located on the left front.

 

 

 

 

Besse, Jabez                                                        Moca 0044  Order # 718

            He was born in Wareham, Massachusetts in 1745 and was a resident there and Wayne,

            Maine, where he died.  He is buried in the Evergreen Cemetery in Wayne, Maine

            Service:  He was a Pvt.  in the alarm  to Marshfield on Apr. 19, 1775 then to Falmouth,

            Massachusetts in  1776.  Alarm to Rhode Island  10 Dec. 1776 in Capt. Doty's Co. Col.

            Spragues Regt.  13 Sept. to 17, 1778   see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vo. 2 p. 2

 

 

 

Besse, Jabez Jr.                                                     Moca 0045   Order # 719

           He was born in Wareham, Massachusetts  21 Oct. 1765 and was a resident of Wareham,

           and  Wayne, Maine. where he died 6 Oct. 1833 and is buried in the Evergreen Cemetery

           in Wayne, Maine

           Service: He was a Pvt. for six months with men raised from the Town of Wareham in 1780

           Pensioned:   Flagg's HMistory of Wayne, Maine. See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors

           Vol. 2 Page 2

 

 

 

Bessey, Joseph                                                   Moca 0629  Order # 1272     #170

             He was born in Middleboro, Massachusetts in 1759 and became a resident of  Paris

             Maine where he died on 18 Aug. 1840 and is buried in the King Cemetery in Paris.

             He has a marble stone and it is located in the center.

             Service: He was a Pvt. in Capt. Silas Halles' Co.  Col. John Robinson Regt.  He enlisted

             1 Aug. 1777

 

 

 

 

Bettes, Jeremiah                                                   Moca 2681  Order # 382

           He was born in Biddeford, Maine in 1752 where he was a resident and died there on 1 Dec.

           1833 and is buried in the Woodlawn Cemetery in Biddeford.

           Service:  He was a Sgt.  Muster return dated Camp at Valley Forge, Pa. 22 Jan. 1778

           see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol.      page 8

 

 

 

 

Bicknell, John 5th                                                 Moca 0630  Order # 815

             He was born in Abington, Massachusetts 14 May 1744 and was a resident of Hebron,

             Maine where he died on 5 Nov. 1825 and is buried in the Sodom Cemetery in Hebron.

             He has a govt. stone and is located middle of the  2nd  row.

             Service:  Second Leiut. in Packards Co.  Mitchell's Regt.

 

 

 

 

Bignal *Bicknell)  Abner                                           Moca 0046 

 

           He was born 1765  where not known but died 27 Jan. 1844 in Frankfort, Maine

           He is uried in the Bald Hill Cove Cemetery in Winterport, Maine  He has  an old type

           stone,  located on the 3rd row on right as yhou enter the cemetery.

 

 

 

Billings, Abel                                                          Moca 0632 

            He was born 16 Feb. 1756, probably of Sedgwick, Maine where he died 27 NOv. 1833

            He was a resident there and Brooksville as well. He is buried in the Settlers Rest Cemetery

            in South Brooksville, Maine. has a granite stone. located 1'3 way down left of the entr.

            Service:  Enlisted in William Reed's Co.  19 Aukg. 1777 and discharged on 28 Sept. 1777

            Pensioner.  listed in Flaggs's list of Rev. Soldiers.

 

 

 

 

Billings, Solomon                                                     Moca 0634

             Born in Lincoln, Massachusetts  14 April 1759 and  resided in Sedgwich, Maine

             He died in Brooksville, Maine 23 March  1821 and is buried in the Brooksville, Maine

             privated cemetery on the Billings farm .  There is a tall marble slab.  3rd row.

             The farm now owned by Emery Herrion, near Walkers Pond.

             Service: Pvt. in Capt. William Reed's Co.  Enlisted. 19 Aug. 1777, discharged 28 Sep.1777

             Marched on  Machias, Maine by order of Col. Jonathan Buck  "Old Hancock Families"

 

 

 

Billington,  Isaac                                                  Moca 0047  Order # 705

           He was a resident of Middleboro, and Wayne, Maine. He was born in  Middleboro, Mass.

           in 1756 and died in Wayne, Maine.  he died 1830 and is buried in the Evergreen Cem.

           in Wayne, Maine.  He doesn't have a head stone.

           Service:  Pensioner,  see mass sailors and Soldiers   served  8 months  12 days.

 

 

Bird, Aaron                                                          Moca 6276

           He is buried in West Auburn Yard,  front  has a slate stone marker.  He died 12 Dec. 1822

           age 66    see Massachusetts Soliers and Silors vol. 2 page 59

 

 

 

 

Bisbee, Elisha                                                        Moca 0636

            He born in Pembroke, Massachusetts  in 1756 and died 1 Dec. 1826 in Sumner, Maine.

            He is buried in the Bisbee Cemetery, in Sumner, Maine.

            Service:  He was a Leiut. in Massachusetts Regiment.

 

 

 

Bisco, Josiah                                                         Moca 0638   Order # 1273

            He was born 18 July. 1740 and was a resident of Paris, Maine and died there on

            3 Sept. 1812 and is buried in the Bisco Cemerery.  He has a slate stone.

            Service:  Sgt. in Capt. Edward Fuller's Co. Col. William McINtosh, Regt.  He enlisted

            19 March 1778 and discharged  5 April 178.  Roll Call Newton.

 

 

 

Black, Henry                                                       Moca 0641  Order # 933    #180

            Born in Boston, Massachusetts  6 Oct. 1739 he was a resident of Sandy Point, Stockton

            Maine.  He died there 15 June. 1817 and is buied in  Sandy Point in Stockton, Maine.

            He has a ston and is located in the center of that cemetery.

            Service: Was in Col. Josiah Brewer's  Regt. list of officers in the Mass Militia.  He was

            Commissioned 20 Jul.  176

 

 

Babbidge, Courtney                                             Moca 0555

             He was born  in 1761 and died 9 Oct.  1834 at Deer Isle, Maine.  He is buried at the Old

             Settlers Cemetery, Deer Isle, Maine.  has a white stone about half way down under oak

             tree.

             Service:  He was present at Cornwallis' surrender.  He received a pension under act of

             Congress  18 March 1818.   On the stone...."Revolu,tionary Soldier: Received Honorable

             discharge.

 

 

 

Brainard, Benjamin                                          Moca  1655   Order # 235

            He was born in East Haddam, Conn.   25 Jan. 17??   He was a resident of  Winthrop,

            Maine. and died there 16 Dec. 1788 and is buried in the Metcalf cemetery in Winthrop

            Maine.

            Service:  He was awarded twelve shillings by the town of Winthrop 15 Jan. 1777

            for services done to the town.  Hist. of Winthrop, by Stackpole. page. 123

 

 

 

Brainard, Reuben                                               Moca 1656   Order # 237

            He was born in East Haddam Conn. 13 Feb. 1752 and was a resident of Winthrop, Maine

            He died there 31 May, 1824 and is buried in the East Winthrop cemetery, Winthrop, Maine

            Service:  He was a private in Capt. Edward Eell's Co. Col. Comford Sage's Regt. from 26

            June to  25 Dec. 25 1776.  Serving in  New York City and Long Island.  He was a Sgt in

            Ol. Marienes Willett's Regt. of New York.  He was a Pvt. in Col. Peter Van. Ness Co. from

            1 May to the 31st.    see History of Winthrop, Maine page 132

 

 

 

 

Bray, Nicholas                                                   Moca 0683

              He was born March 1752 at Taunton, Massachusetts and died 5 Feb. 1843 at

              Harrison, Maine.  He is buried in the Maple Ridge Cemetery, in Harrison, Maine

              Service:  He enlisted, 2 May 1775 and discharged in 1782. in Capt. Barnabas Dodge's

              6th Co.  Col. Loammi Baldwin's  38th Regt.

 

 

 

Brazier, Harrison                                              Moca 6314

              He is buried in the Eastern Cemetery in Portland, Maine.  sec. H Lot. 41

              Service:  see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors  Vo. 2 page.  453

 

 

 

 

 

Brett, Amzi                                                       Moca 0683  Order # 987

             He was born in Bridgewater, Massachusetts in 1767 and was a resident of  Paris, Maine

             He died there 26 March. 1846 and is buried in the fairview Cemetery in South Paris, Maine

             He has a  marble stone  and it is located in the center of the  Cemetery.

             Service: He was in Capt. Nathan Packard's Co.  Col. Thomas Carter's Regt. 1778 to

             Rhode Island.

 

 

 

Brewer, Josiah   Col.                                         Moca 0065    

              He was born in 1731 and died 1 Feb. 1805 at Orrington, Maine. He is buried in the

              Dean Hill Cemetery in Orrington, Maine.  He has a slate stone. located rear center.

              Service:  He was in the Lincoln Co. (Penobscot) regt.  List of Officers of Massachusetts

              Milita,  chosen by  the Legislature, 3 May  176.  Commissioned 20 July 176

               also on the pay roll for service from  1 July 179 to  30 Sept. on the Penobscot Exped.

 

 

 

Briant, David                                                    Moca 0078  Order # 818

             He is buried in the Bryant Cemetery in Hebron, Maine.

             Service.   He enlisted 8 Dec. 176 and discharged 9 Jul. 1778.  see Mass. Soldiers and

             Sailors Vol. 2 page. 475

 

 

 

 

Briant, Stephen (Bryant)                                   Moca 0079   Order # 392

            He was born in Saco, Maine in 1759 and died there  18, March, 1823 and is buried in

            the Laurel Hill Cemetery in saco, Maine.

            Service:  He was a Corp. on muster and pay roll of Capt. Thomas Romery's Co.  Col.

            Storer's Regt. and entered the service 14 Aug. 1777. was discharged  30 Nov. 1777.  Time

            of service, 4 months 3 days.  His company marched from York County to Manchester by

            order of the General Court  for the  Army nder Gen. Gates

 

 

 

Bridge, Edmund                                                Moca 0689  Order # 214     #190

            Born in Lexington, Massachusetts  8 Aug. 1739 and was a resident of Dresden Mills, Maine

            He died there 10 Sept. 1825 and is buried in the  Town Cemetery  there.

            Service:  Pensioned.  He was of the Massachusets Line. and a prisoner.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bridge, Stephen                                                     Moca 4861

         He is buried in the Old Colonial Cemetery in York Village, Maine   Note: Surname could be

         BRIDGES

 

 

 

 

 

Bridges, Edmund                                                Moca 1658  Order # 129

          Born in  York, Maine 10 Aug. 1762 and  died 14 Sept. 1851 in Castine, Maine.

          Service:  Pensioner.  Act. of Congress 18 March 1818    Served in the Mass Line.

 

 

 

 

 

Bridgham, John                                             Moca 0690   Order # 10

          He was a resident of Hebron, Maine where he died and is buried in the Bearse Cemetery

          in Hebron.  He has a government stone.

          Service:   see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vo. 2 page.  493.

          Stone sent to Mmrs. W.F. Schoppe in Auburn, Maine 27 May. 1931

 

 

 

Bridgham, Samuel                                     Moca 0691   Sar # 2022

           He was born in 1763 and died 4 July in 1837 at Hebron, Maine.  He is buried in the

           Brighton Hill Cemetery, in Hebron, Maine.  has an upright stone,  sec. B. lot 5

           Source: Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 2 page. 493

          

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bridgham, John Jr.                                         Moca 1087   Order # 735

           He was  resident of Minot, Maine  and died there 31 July. 1840 and is buried in the West

           Minot Cemetery in West Minot, Maine.  He has a stone  located near the entrance'  He was

           borne in 1754

           Service: in Capt. John Bridgham's Co. Col. Cotton's Regt.

 

 

 

 

Briggs, John Sr.                                            Moca 0693  Order # 86

          He was born in 1758  and died 13 Aug. 1830 in Sumner, Maine.  He is buried in the

          Robinson Cemetery in East Sumner, Maine

          Service:  He was listed in the Massachusetts  regt.

 

 

 

 

Briggs, William                                             Moca 2712    Order # 45

            Born in Dighton. Massachusetts,  14 Feb. 1743 and died in Auburn, Maine 1 Feb. 1820 and

            is buried in the Briggs Cemtery in Auburn, Maine

            Service:  He was a Private in Capt. Elijah Walker's Co. Col. Pope's Regt.  He marched to

            Rhode Island on Alarm of  8 Dec. 176 and of  2 Aug. 1780

 

 

 

 

Britton, Jonathan                                        Moca 0695   Order # 892

            He was born in Pittsfield, New Hampshire 31 Dec. 1760 and was a resident of Otisfield,

            Maine. where he died 26 Nov. 1844 and is buried in the Highland Cemetery in Otisfield.

            He has a marble slab and is located in the back center of the  lot.

            Service:  He was a Pvt. in capt. Jeremiah Miller's Co.  Col. Joseph Moses Regt. from

            10 Feb. 1778 to  31 Dec. 179

 

 

Brocklebank, Joseph                                        Moca 1661  Order # 1117

           He was born in 1760 prob. in Bridgton, Maine where he was a resident and died there

           in 1858.  He is buried in the High st. Cemetery, in Bridgeton, Maine. He has a marble stone

           located to the right  of the main gate.

           Service: He was a Private in Capt. Jonathan Evans Co. Col. Nathaniel Wade's Regt. 3 July.               1778 to 1 Jan. 179

 

 

 

Brooks, Solomon                                                  Moca. 0698     #200

           He is buried in the  family cemetery  in York Village, Maine.  (by Old York Chapter)

 

 

 

 

 

Brooks, Robert. Corporal                                     Moca 1873  Order # 1337

             He is buried in the Tory Hill Cemetery in Buxton, Maine.

 

 

 

 

 

Brown, Andrew                                                 Moca 3231   Order # 998

            He was born in Raymond, Maine in 1753 and died there 2 May, 1838 and is buried

            in the Village Cemetery, in Raymond, Maine.  Has a slate stone located near front center.

            Servivce:  see page 598  of the Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors   (Vol. not listed)

 

 

 

 

 

Brown, Benjamin Dr.                                        Moca 0068  Order # 191

            Born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1741 and was a resident of Woowich, Maine where

            he died 18 July. 1806 and is buried in the Sproul Cemetery in Waldoboro, Maine

            Service:   He was a Naval Officer for part of  Woolwich in 178 and special Justice of the

            Court of Common Pleas.  1780 - 87

 

 

 

 

Brown, Cyril                                               Moca 1664   Order # 796

            Born in 1757 he was a resident of Searsmont, Maine where he died 5 April. 1841 and is

            buried in the Old Yard Cemetery in Searsmont, Maine.  He has a stone located left of the

            driveway near center .

            Service:  see page 21 of the Maine, Rev. Pensioners by Charles A> Flagg

 

 

Brown, Elisha                                             Moca 4864    Order# 1092

              He was born in 1741 and was a resident of Portland, Maine where he died 12 Dec. 1816

              at South Portland, Maine. He is buried in the Forest City Cemetery in South Portland,

              with a slate stone located to the left of the  entrance.

 

 

 

Brown, Enoch                                           Moca 0701   Order # 1025

               Born in Arrowsic, Maine in 1751  he resided there and died in Sebec, Maine 17 Dec. 1844

               He has a  government marker. in the Hoxie Cemetery, in Sebec, Maine

               Service:  Enlisted in 1777 in Capt. Blaisdell's Co. Discharged to Albany.  Enlisted at

               Ticonderoger under Leiut James Lunt.  He a N.E. Pensioner.

 

 

 

Brown, Jacob                                           Moca 4866   Order # 164

             He born in 1758 and a resident of Readfield, Maine, where he died 23 Dec. 1828 and is

             buried in the Easts Readfield Cemetery, in Readfield, Maine.

             Service:  He was a Pensioner.

 

 

 

Brown, Jeremiah                                           Moca 0071

            He is buried in the Case Yard in East Readfield, Maine

 

 

 

 

Brown, John                                                Moca 0705   Order # 639

             He was chairman of gthe 1st. Board of Selectmen of Belfast, Chosen 11 Nov. 1773

             also 1774 - 1775   also served in the French war  Ref. Williamson's History of Belfast.

 

 

 

Brown, Joshua                                           Moca 4870  Order # 997     #210

            He was born in 1746 and was a resident of Raymond, Maine where he died 25 Dec. 1825

            He is buried in the Village Cemetery in Raymond. Maine  He has a slate stone

            Service: See page 660  Vol. 2 In the Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Rev.

 

 

 

 

 

Brown, Josiah                                                Moca 4871     Order # 712

             He was born in Epping, New Hampshire 5 Nov. 1761 and died in Monmouth, Maine

             15 Oct. 1816 and is buried in the Town Cemetery in Monmouth Center, Maine

             He is buried beside his wife Mary who  died 3 May 1847.  She received a pension in 1840

             Service:  He was a pensioner

 

 

 

Brown, Peter                                                   Moca 0073   Order # 1021

           He was born in North Yarmouth in 1764   He died in Pownal, Maine, He is buried in the

           Lake Cemetery in North Pownal, Maine.

           Service: He was in Capt. John Worthley's Co. COl. Ed. Phinney's Regt.

           from  8 March 1775 to July 6, 1775   again  Oct. 175 at Cambridge, Massachusetts.

           He was Ensign to Capt. Nathan Watkin's Co.

 

 

 

Brown, Samuel                                             Moca 0073  Order # 205

          He was born in Middleboro, Massachusetts in 1753 and was a resident of Hebron, Maine

          He died in Oxford 7 June. 1819 and is buried in a private Cemetery in Oxford. Maine.

          He has a stone  The cemetery is  located on cross road from Pigeon Hill to Hogan Lake

          Oxford, Maien.  He built a vault for himself on the farm.

          Service:   He enlisted 19 Feb. 178 for three years in Capt. Benson's Co. COl. Putnam's Regt.

          of the Continential Army.    See Sprague's Journal  Vol.  5 Maine's  History

 

 

 

Bryant, Levi                                                  Moca   0709   Order # 211

             He was born 23 Sept. 1756 and was a resident of Sumner, Maine, where he died 31 Aug.

             1823. and is buried in the Robinson Cemetery in East Sumner, Maine.  He has a govt.

            Marker.

            Service:  He was  a Captain in  Massachusetts Regiment.

 

 

 

 

Bryant, Soloman                                           Moca 6238  

            He was born  in 1761 and died 24 Nov. 1855 and was a resident of Greenwood, Maine

            He is buried in the Bryant Cemetery  sec. A Lot. 3  has an upright stone. no marker

            Additional Comments:  In camp before Boston OCt. 175.  Source: Massachusetts Soldiers

            and Sailors Vol. 2 page. 737

 

 

 

Bryant, Stephen                                               Moca 0080  Order # 1741

          He was born in Massachusetts and was a resident of Turner, Maine where he died 10 Oct.

          1821

           Service:  He was a private in Col. Thomas Lothrop's Mass. Regt. which marched from

           Halifax, Massachusetts to Bristol Rhode Island in the Alarm of 176. See Massachusetts\

           Soldiers and Sailors and DAR Lineages.

 

 

 

Buck, Daniel                                                MOca 6730

            He was born  1 Sept. 1756 at Haverhill, Massachusetts and died 18 Nov. 1826 in Bucksport

            Maine.  He is buried in the Buck Cemetery imn Bucksport, Maine.. Grave is marked with a

            tall granite stone  across from the large Bujck Monument.

 

 

 

Buck, John                                                Moca 0711   Order # 943

             He  was a resident of Wodstock and Bethel, Maine and died 1828 in Woodstock, Maine

             He is buried in the Whales Back Cemetery in Woodstock, Maine. He has a tall Marble

             marker.

             Service:   no record

 

 

 

 

Buck. Jonathan, Col.                                     Moca 0712  Order # 636

          He was borne in Haverhill, Massachusetts, and was a resident of Bucksport, Maine, where

          he died 18 March 1795 and is buried in the Buck Cemetery in Bucksport, Maine.

          Service:  He was a Col. in the 5th Lincoln Co.  Regt.  Commissioned 8 Feb. 176.

          Ref. Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 2 page. 746.  was Founder of Bucksport, Maine

          in 1762

 

 

 

Buck, Moses                                                   Moca 0082        #220

        He died 26 Aug. 1826  age. 66 years.  and is buried in the Lane Yard Cemetery in West

        Sumner, Maine.   Grave marked byt George L. Stephens of Welchville.

 

 

 

Bucknam, Daniel                                           Moca 0700  Order # 40

          He was a resident of  Oxford, Maine where he died in 1809. He born in  1722  and is

          buried in the Bucknam Cemetery in Minot, Maine. He has a marble govt. stone.

          Note: At the head of a long line of Bucknam's as you first enter the yard.

          On his stone is   CAPT. DANIEL BUCKNAM, MASS, MINUTE MAN. REV. WAR.

 

 

 

 

Bullen, Samuel Jr.                                         Moca 4786  SAR # 2029

        He was born 30 March 1761 in Massachusetts and  died 7 Dec. 1825 in Farmington, Maine.

        He is buried in the Court House Cemetery  with a granite stone.  2nd row from  Court House

        Farmington, Maine.    Data to NSSAR 28 jAN. 1981

        Service"  He entered  South Brimfield.  List raised to reinforce Continental Army for 6 months

        age. 17.  Also served West Point.  See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vo. 2 Page. 791

        Patroits Index. Pvt.

 

 

 

Bumpus, Morris                                             Moca 1669  Order # 21

          He was  born in Wareham, Massachusetts in July 1744 and was a resident of Hebron, Maine

          He died there on 14 Oct. 1837 and is buried in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Hebron, Maine.

         Marker sent to Mrs. W. F. Schoppe  at Auburn, Maine  27 May 1931

         Service:  See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 2 page. 805

 

 

 

Bumpas, William                                           Moca 1670

         He was born in March 1755 and died 7 Jan,.  1813 in Hebron, Maine. He is buried in the

         Hebron Academy Cemetery, Hebron, Maine.  Sect. A lot. 4  His grave has a stone.

 

 

 

Burbank, John                                             Moca 0718    Order # 971

            He was born 13 Nov. 1755 and died 23 Dec. 1831  in Freeman, Maine. He is buried in the

            Tuttle Corner Cemetery in Freeman.

            Service:  He enlisted  20 April 175 as Pvt. in Capt. Jacob Gerrish's Co. COL Moses Little's

            Mass. Regt.

 

 

 

Burbank, John                                              Moca  0719  Order # 271

            He was born in Lyman,  Maine 20 March 1752 and was a resident of Lyman where he

            died 13 Oct. 1843 and is buried in a private Cemetery imn North Kennebunkport, Maine.

            Service"  He enlisted 10 July 175 in Noah Moulton Littlefield's Co.  He was a pvt. guarding

            seacoast of York countuy, stationed at Wells,  He enlisted  Nov. 1775 as Sergt. at

            Portsmouth, New Hampshire, served  one year and enlisted on privateer Dalton, 2 years

            4 months.   He was at Mill Prison in England   and was one of crew of John Paul Jones

 

 

 

 

Burgess, Ichabod                                               Moca 0721   Order # 163

           He was born in Sandwich, Massachusetts in 1752 and was  a resident of Wayne, Maine

           He died there  17 Dec. 1834  and is buried in the Wayne, Cemetery.

           Service:   He was Pensioned

 

 

Burnham, John                                                  Moca   0084

          He is buried in the Eastern Cemetery in Portland, Maine. Sec. J. Lot. 91

          Service: See Massachusetts Soldiers and sailors Vo. 2 Page. 877

 

 

 

Burnell, John                                                    Moca   3268  Order # 873

          He was born in Massachusetts and was a resident of Baldwin, Maine, where he died and

          is buried in the West Baldwin Cemetery in Baldwin, Maine.  he has a stone monument with

          a bronze tablet.  it is located in the north west part of the cemetery.

          Service:   He served in the 12th Mass. Regt. in Gorham and Later moved to Baldwin.

 

 

 

Burns, George                                                   Moca 1671          #230

          He is buried in the Eastern Cemetery in Portland, Maine Sec. D lot. 14.

          Service: See Massachusetts soldiers and sailors Vol. 2 page.  884

 

 

 

 

Burr, Charles                                                   Moca 0722 Order # 130

         He was born in  Hingham, Massachusetts 31 Aug.  1759 and died 7 Aug. 1820 and is buried

         in the Oak Hill Cemetery in Brewer, Maine.

         Service:  Enlisted as Pvt. in Regt of Guards in 1777 and 1778 under Capt. Joseph Bates

         at the Rhode Island Alarm.

 

 

 

Burr, Daniel                                                  Moca 0723  Order # 1047

          He was born in Easton, Massachusetts in 1761 and was a resident of Mercer, Maine

          He died there in 1834 and is buried there as well near  the gate.  He has a marble stone.

          Service:  See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 2

 

 

 

 

Burrill, John                                                 Moca     0727  Order # 782

          He was born in Weymouth, Massachusetts Sept. 1753 and  died in Sangerville, Maine

          9 Sept. 1842 and is buried in the Rual Grove Cemetery, in Dover/Foxcroft, Maine.

          He has an SAR  Marker.

          Service:  He enliste in Jan. 176 and served as pvt. in Capt. Fukller's and nathan Smith's Co.

           Col. Bonds Mass Regt. and was discharged 15 Nov. 176

 

 

Burton, Benjamin  COl.                                       Moca 0729  Order # 1378

           He was born 9 Dec., 1749 at the old block house, in Thomaston, Maine and died 21 May

           1835 at Warren, Maine. He was a resident of Cushing, Maine.  He is buried at Newcomb

           Cemetery in Warren, Maine.  He has a gray marble sarcophagus.  located near the upper

           hallf of this old part of the Newcomb Cemetery. on the south side of the road.

           Service: His commission dated 3 July. 176.  He resigned 3 June 1779 having enlisted for

           three years.  Major in  command of  Volunteer Co. under Gen. Wadsworth

 

 

 

Burton, William                                              Moca   0730   Order #  1326

            He is buried in the Hillside Cemetery in Gorham, Maine

 

 

 

Butler, Henn                                                Moca 0732   Order # 1382

         He is buried in the Boardman Yard  Cemetery in Industry, Maine    Marked By Helen W. Davis

         of Farmington, Maine

         Service:  See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 2 page. 947

 

 

 

 

 

Butler, Phineas                                         Moca  0735  Order # 581

         He was born in Massachusetts and died in  South Thomaston, Maine 25 Sept. 1852

         Service:  "A Soldier of the Revolution"

 

 

 

 

Butman, Benjamin                                     Moca  3278  Order # 635

          He was born in 1754 and was a resident of Dixmont, Maine and died 8 June,. 1845 and is

          buried in the Dixmont, Cor.  Dixmont, Maine.

          Service:  His name appears in the list of  Rev. Soldiers in the Bangor  Historical Magazine

          Vol. 3 page. 45

 

 

 

 

Butterfield, ebenezer                                        Moca    6344  Order 686

        Born in Chelmsford, Massachusetts on 13 July. 1706 he was a resident of Dunstable, Mass.

        He died in  1795 and is buried in the Butterfield, Cemetery inm Farmington, Maine.

        SERVICE:  He was  a member of the first Company raised in Dunstable and as to the six

        months to Rhode Island and the two terms to Roxbury,  lift to the Parish altogether.

        (The above phrase doesn't make sense, b ut copied to the original)

 

 

 

 

Butterfield, Isaac                                         Moca 0739  SAR # 2011        #230

         He was born in Dunstable, Massachusetts and died 12 Oct. 1812 in Wilton, Maine;

         He is buried in the  East Wilton, Cemetery in Wilton, Maine. He has a granite stone in the

         old section  middle row. left about halfway.   He married  1 Ruth Spaulding and 2nd

         Ruth Fletcher

         Service: He was a pvt. in Capt. Reuben Butterfield's Co. Col. David Green's Regt.. He marched

         on  Alarm of  18 April 1775 to Cambridge.  Left place of Rendezvous 28 April. 1775

         service: 9 days.

 

 

 

Butterfield, Samuel                                        Moca 0741  Order # 487

          Born in Dunstable, Massachusetts 24 Feb. 1738, where he was a resident. He died in

          Farmington, Maine 28 July 1808 and is buried in the Courthouse Cemetery in Farmington.

          Service:  See History of Dunstable   pages 126-127-129 and History of Farmington page 408

 

 

 

Buttrick, Willard                                            Moca 0742  Order # 1163

          He was  born in Concord, Massachusetts  11 Nov. 1746 and died in Gorham, Maine

          3 Jan. 1813. He has a slate stone. and is buried in Gorham, Maine.

          Service: He was  a Pvt. in Capat. George Winott's Co. in Rhode Island 23 July. 1775

 

 

 

 

Buxton, William                                             Moca 6350

           He died 25 march 1845 age. 82 and is buried in the Foreside Cemmetery, Cumberland

           Maine.  He has a Marker.

           Service:  See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 2 page. 977

 

 

 

 

Note: out of  order:

Gates, Jabez                                                 Moca 4823   Order # 831       #234

          He was born in Hanover, Massachusetts in 1760 and was a resident of Green, Maine

          He died there in Sept. 1849 and is buried in the Morse Cemetery in Greene.

          Service:  see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailores Vo. 1 page. 788

 

                                                  "C"

 

 

 

Caldwell, John                                                      Moca 3280    Order # 172

         He was a resident of Oxford, Maine and died there 16 Dec. 1813 and is buried imn East

         Oxford cemetery. In East Oxford, Maine

         Service:  no record found

 

 

 

 

Cammett,  Dudley Lt.                                       Moca 1674

         He is buried in the Eastern Cemetery in Portland, Maien  Sec. I Lot. 78

         Service: See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 3 page. 45

 

 

 

 

Campbell, Alexander                                     Moca 3281

        He is buried imn the Pottle Hill Cemetery, in Minot, Maine.  He has  a government stone.

        He is located on high hill west corner lot.

        Service:   4th Mass. Regt.   He has a  Rev. war  stone,   It hasn't any data on it.

        Stone was ordered by John Penney of Mechanic Falls, Maine

 

 

 

 

Campbell, James Jr.                                 Moca 6355  Order # 754

         He was  born in 1756 and was a resident of Pownalboro, Maine.  He died in Newcastle

         Maine in 1836 and is buried in  the Sheepscott Cemetery in Newcastle, Maine.  He has a

         Stone and it is slate.

         Service: He assisted in the recapture of the Mast ship Cruel on 10 Sept. 1777 from the

         British ship Rainbow

         HIS MARKER  was sent to  Mrs. T.L Clark at Head Tide  on  Oct. 1933

 

 

 

 

Carey, Ezra  Dea.                                     Moca 0091  Order # 1071

        He was born in Bridgewater, Massachusetts in 1749 and was a resident there until his death

        in Turner, Maine  1 Feb. 1839.  He has a slate stone. and is at the left center of the Upper

        Street Cemetery in Turner, Maine.

        Service:  He marched on Rhode Island  in the Alarm of 1776 as Sgt. in Capt. Snell's Co.

        Col. Mitchell's Regt. of Militia.

 

 

 

Carey, Luther Dr.                                   Moca 0748  Order # 1072          #240

        He was born in 1781 in Bridgewater, Massachusetts and was a resident of Turner, Maine

        He died there 12 July 1848 and is buried in the Upper st. Cemetery in Turner, Maine

        Service:  He was a Pensioner.    see the History of Turner, Maine

 

 

 

 

Cargill, James Col.                               Moca  0749   Order # 755

         He was a  resident  of Sheepscott and Newcastle, Maine. He is buried in the Sheepscot

         Cemetery and has a  Marble stone.   Marker sent to Mrs. T.L. Clarke at Newcastle, Maine.

         Service:  see Vol.  6 of the Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolution

 

 

 

Carleton, Joseph                                  Moca 6397   Order # 708

           He was  born in Salem, New Hampshire in 1743 and was a resident of Readfield, Maine

           He died there 18 Aug. 1814 and is buried in the Town Cemetery in East Readfield, Maine.

           Service:  He signed the Association test in New Hampshire    see Rev. Documents Vol. 30

           page 134

 

 

 

Carleton, Samuel                                 Moca 0092    Order # 925

             He died imn Whitefield, Maine 25 Nov. 1839 and is buried in the Kings Mills Cemetery

             in Whitefield, Maine.

             Service:  on the list of Pensioners in Lincoln County.

 

 

 

Carll, John                                           Moca 0751

          He was born in saco, Maine in 1755 and died in Unity, Maine on 17 Dec. 1832 and is

          buried in the Fowler Cemetery in Unity, Maine.  He as a monument located   right center

          of the  cemetery.

          Service:  He was a Pvt. in Capt. Jeremiah Hill's Co.  Col. James Scammon's  30th Regt.

          He enlisted 3 May, 1775

 

 

 

Carll, Robert                                        Moca 0094  Order # 972

         He was born in 1728 and died 16  Dec. 1819 in Salem, Maine where he is buried in the

         Mount Abrath Cemetery.

         Service:  He enlisted 7 Feb. 1777 for 3 years in Col. Marshall's 10 Regt.

 

 

 

 

Carney, Mark                                         Moca  4885   Order # 185

           He was born in 1748 and was a resident of Waldoboro, Maine.  He died at sea in 1785

           and is buried in the Town cemetery in Dresden, Maine

           Service:  He served in Capt. Jacob Ludwig's Co.  6 Oct. to 2 Dec. 1777   see History of

           Waldoboro, Maine  page. 91

 

 

 

 

Carriel, Jonathan                                  Moca 0754  Order # 804

           He was born in Sutton, Massachusetts and  was a resident of Union, Maine where he died

           5 Sept. 1827 and is buried in the Lakeview Cemetery in Union.

           Service:  He was a Lieut., imn  Capt. Arthur Daggett's Company

 

 

 

Carter, Thaddeus                                Moca 0765  Order # 955

           He was born in Concord, Massachusetts on 6 Jan. 1745 and was a resident of Unity, Maine

           where he died  on 14 June, 1828 and is buried in the Lakeside Cemetery in Unity, Maine.

           He has a black stone and it is located near the center of the  cemetery.

           Service:  He enlisted in Mar. 176 as a Pvt. imn Capt. Bideon Parker's Co. Col. Moses Little's

           Regt. and was Discharged on 1 Jan. 1777

 

 

 

Carver, Henry                                       Moca  3285  Order # 304         #250

           He was born in Cape  Elizabeth, Maine and became a resident of Falmouth, Maine.

           He died imn Lewiston, Maine on 12 July 1823

           Service:   See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors vol.  3 page. 166

 

 

 

Case, Isaac  Rev.                                Moca  0757  Order # 243

           He was born in Rahoboth, Massachusetts 25 Feb. 1761 and was a resident of Harpswell

           Maine.  He  died in Readfield, Maine  on 3 Nov. 1852 and is buried in the East Readfield

           cemetery.

           Service: He enlisted from Swamscott, Massachusetts in Capt. Peleg Shear's Co.

 

 

Case, William                                    Moca 3286

         He was boren  in Prob. Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts  14 Aug. 1744 and died 29 Oct.

         1836 in Farmington, Maine.  He is buried in the Pratt Cemetery on Route 2 in East Farmington

         Maine,  he has a  stone of granite located in the front.   He  married Mary Pease 17 Dec. 1774

         she died  4 Jan. 1838      See History of Martha's Vineyard  page 69

         Service:  He was a Lieut in Capt. Joseph Allen's Co. COl. Beriah Norton's Regt.

         see DAR lineage books #37340 Vol. 38 page. 123

 

 

 

Cash, John                                     Moca 2001 

          He was born  in Cape Elizabeth,  or Falmouth, Maine in 1752 and died 21 Dec. 1839 in

          Cape Elizabeth, Maine.  He is buried in the Raymond Hill Baptist Church Cemetery in

          North Raymond, Maine. he has a stone standing   gov't provided , and  is located on the

          extreme lelft front  of the cemetery.

          Service:   Served in Capt. William Crocker's Co. in Cumberland Co. Regt.  1 Mar. 1776 to

          Apr. 1776. also in Capt. Skillings Co. Col. Frnak Knight's Regt.    He was  an invalid for

          several years.

 

 

 

Caswell, Simeon                             Moca   0759

           He was born in March of 1763 in Taunton, Massachusetts and died 20 Oct. 1844  in

           Harrison, Maine. He is buried in the Caswell Corner Cemetery in Harrison, Maine.

           Service:  See page. 407 of the Centenial History of harrison, Maine and the Massachusetts

           Soldiers and Sailors.   He was a pensioner at the rate of eight dollars per month.

 

 

Chadbourne, James                             Moca 0098  Order # 721

           He was borne 4 Feb. 1758 and was a resident of Sanford-Springvale, Maine. he died there

           18 May. 1839 and is buried in the Riverside Cemetery in Sanford, Maine.

           Service:  In Capt. Samuel Sawyer's Co. Maj. Littlefield's Detachment, York County

           expedition against Penobscot. 7 July.  to 6 Sept.  1777

 

 

Chadbourne, Silas                                  Moca  0761  Order # 593

           He was born  8 Aug. 1752 and was a resident of Gorham, maine where he died 15 June

           1823 and is buried in the Old Burying Cemetery in Gorham.

           Service:   all is stated.  Leiutenant

 

 

 

Chadbourne, Simeon                            Moca 0762     Order # 1083         #257

             He was born in 1752 in Berwick, Maine and died in Lyman, Maine 29 Oct. 1848

             He is buried in the Chadbourne Cemeteryh in Lyman, Maine with a boulder stone,

             located in the center of the cemetery

             Service: He was a Corp. in Capt. Ebenezer Sullivan's Co. Col. James Scammon's Regt.

             5 May 1775  service 3 months 3 days.  He was at Bunker Hill.

 

 

 

 

 

Chamberlain, Aaron                                       Moca 6368

            He is buried in the Eastern Cemetery in PORTLAND Maine. Sec. B. lot 17 row 6

            Service: see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol 3 page. 252

 

 

 

 

 

Chamberlain, Moses                                  Moca 0764  Order # 458

          He was born in 1761 and was a resident of Solon, Maine and died there in Dec.

          18--  and is buried in Bingham Cemetery in Bingham, Maine.

          Service:  none noted

 

 

 

Chambers, Cuff                                        Moca 3836   Order # 919         260

          He was born in Dover, Massachusetts  and became a resident of Leeds, Maine

          where he died on 8 June. 1818 and is buried in the Riverside Cemetery in Leeds.

          Service:  He was in Capt. Furbush's Co. at Bunker Hill.

 

 

 

Chandler, Joel                                       Moca 2380

          He is buried in the Village in  Winthrop, Maine.  see Stackpoles History of Winthrop

          Maine, pages 123 throught 153.

 

 

 

Chandler, John                                      Moca 4895   ORder # 316

           He was born in North Yarmouth, Maine on 4 Feb. 1748 and was  a resident of

           Durham, Maine. he did in the  Army in May of 1778 and is buried in the Harmony

           Grove Cemetery in Durham, Maine.

           Service:  He enlisted on 8 Une 1777 for three years in Capt. Hill's Co.  Gen. Peterson's            Regt.. He also was in Capt. John Read's Co. Col. Ichabod Allen's Regt.

 

 

 

Chandler, John Jr.                                   Moca 2382  Order # 232

           He was born in New Ipswich, New Hampshire on 27 Nov. 1754 and was a resident

           of Winthrop, Maine and died there on 7 Nov. 1837 and is buried in the Maple Cem.

           in Winthrop.

           Service:  He was a Pvt. in  the  Army under Capt. George Olney's Co. Col. David

           Hitchcock. from  March of 1776 to Feb. 1777 in the Mass Militia under Capt. Benj.

           Lemont, Col. Samuel McCobbs's Regt. from 10 May to 12 July in the battle of Long

           Island.

 

 

 

 

Chandler, John Sr.                                 Moca 2381

         He is buried in the Village Cemetery in Winthrop, Maine. see Stackpoles's History

         of Winthrop, Maine pages 123 - 153

 

 

 

Chandler, Moses, Col.                         Moca 1677  Order # 687

         He was born 27 Aug. 1757 and was a resident of Dunstable, Massachusetts and

         died in Farmington, Maine 27 April 1828 and is buried in the Riverside Cemetery

         in Farmington, Maine

         Service:  He fought at the age of 17 in the Battle of Bunker Hill under Ethan Allen

         He also stormed and captured Ticonderoga on 10 May 1775

 

 

 

Chandler, Moses Sr.                            Moca 2383  SAR# 2010

          He was boren 19 May 1720 in Westford, Massachusetts and died 15 March 1800

          in Wilton, Maine. He is buried in the DEast Wilton Cemetery,  he has a granite stone

          in the old section of the Cemtery.

          Service:  He was a member of the Committees of Inspection and Safety, 1780

          See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 67 page. 237  also see the History of

          Winthrop, Maine by Stackpole pages 315-16

          He married 1st. Dorothy Marble 28 June. 1742 and was a resident of Andover, Mass.

          she died 11 April 1760 and he married 2nd. Elizabeth Kimball of Litchfield. she

          born May of 1725 and died  7 Sept. 1806 and is buried in the East Wilton Cemetery

 

 

Chandler, Peleg                                 Moca 102  Order # 1096

          He was a resident of New Gloucester, Maine and died there, he is buried in the Lower

          Corner Cemetery in New Gloucester, Maine.

 

 

 

 

 

Chaney, John                                     Moca 0768  SAR# 2009\

            He was born 29 July 1763 at Dunstable, Massachusetts and died at Wilton, Maine

            2 July 1847. He is buried in the East Wilton cemetery.  He has a granite stone in the

            old section , middle row, right side.

            He married Abigail Blodgett  b. 1764 and died 1 Sept. 1859

            Service: He enlisted at Dunstable and was on the payroll 6 months, He marched

            28 June. 1780 in the Mass. Line.  He served as a Pvt. in  a company raised for the

            service by the town where he was born. See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors

            Page 301    See DAR Patroits Index. under CHENEY

 

 

 

Chaplin, John                                     Moca 1678  Order # 413

           He was born in Rowley, Massachusetts on 22 Jan. 1758 and was a resident of

           Rowley, Mass.  He died in BRIDGTON< Maine in 1830 and is buried in the South

           Bridgton Cemetery.

           Service: He served as a Pvt. in Capt. Richard Peabody's Co. Col. Ed Wiggleworth's

           Regt.   He has a pay abstract from travel allowance from Ticonderoga to his home

           in 1776

 

 

 

Chapman, Benjamin                             Moca  0105  Order # 946             270

          He was born in Preston, Conn. in 1759 and was a resident of Edgecomb, Maine

          where he died on 13 July. 1804 and is buried in the Edgecomb cemetery. He has

          a stone.

          Service:  He was a Musician and  Pvt. in Capt. John Hayward's Co. raised and

          reinforced  the  Army in New York

 

 

 

Chapman, Nathaniel                              Moca 3337  Order 509

             He was born in Ipswich, Massachusetts  in 1758 and was a resident of Ipswich.

             He died in KINGFIELD Maine on 2 Jan. 1819 and is buried in the old Cemetery

             in Kingfield, Maine

             Service.  He enlisted from Lunenbury or Ipswich, Massachusetts.  He received a

             Pension in 1818.  His widow Sally living in Starks  Maine applied for  land bounty

             in 1835.

             See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors  for information

 

 

 

Chapman, Shadrach                              Moca 2385  Order # 273

           He was born in Newmarket, New Hampshire on 6 March 1764 and was a resident

           of Westbrook, Maine where he died 8 Aug. 1812. and is buried in the Stroudwater

           Cemetery in Portland, Maine.

           Service:  He was with Washington at Valley Forge during the winter of 1777-1778

 

 

 

Chase, Charles                                        Moca  2841

          He was boren  in 1753 and died  1822 . He is buried in the Sheepscot Cemetery

          at Boothbay Harbor, Maine.

          Service:  See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 3 Pat. 226, 355,  356

 

 

 

 

Chase, Ebenezer                               Moca 4896  Order # 783

          He was born in Edgecomb,  in 1760 and was a resident there, dying 22 June 1855

          He is buried in a private cemetery in North Edgecomb, Maine.  He has a stone of

          marble.

          Service:  He enlisted in the Spring of 179 and served six months as a Pvt. in

          Capt. Hinckley's Co.  Col. McCobbs, Massachusetts Regt.

 

 

 

Chase, Ezekiel                                    Moca 072  Order # 157

          He was born in Hallowell, Maine  9 July 1761 and was a resident of Sebec, Maine

          He died there 14 Sep. 1843 and is buried in the Chase Cemetery in Sebec.

          Service:  He enrolled from the town of Milltown, Massachusetts. in Capt. Cox's Co.

          Col. North's Regt. in  action at Newport, Rhode Island

 

 

 

 

Chase, Isaac                                     Moca 074  Order # 1053

           He was born in Gorham  15 Dec. 1758 and was a resident of Standish, Maine

           He died there 12 Nov. 1840. He has a marble stone. located left front of Cemetery.

           Service:  He was on the Penobscot expedition.

 

 

 

Chase, James                                     Moca 4897 Order # 856

             He was born in Hampton, New Hampshire 30 Jan. 1730 and was a resident of

             Edgecomb, Maine where he died 15 June. 1807 and is buried in the chase Cem.

             in Edgecomb.  He has a granite stone.

             Service:  He served as a Pvt. in Capt. Jordan Parker's Co.  Col. McCobbs's Regt.

             He was sworn in at Georgetown, Massachusetts.

          Service:  He served on the Committee of Safety in the town in 1780

 

 

 

 

 

Chase, John                                        Moca 0109

            He born in Newbury, Massachusetts 15 June. 1749 and was a resident of Kittery

            Maine.  He died in North Berwick, Maine 11 Dec. 1826 and is buried in the Hillside

            cemetery in North Berwick.  He has a slate stone.

            Service: See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 3 page. 355  He served as

            a Private. and  is also listed in Soldiers  from  Kittery and Eliot, Maine. page 69

 

 

Chase, John                                       Moca 208

           He was born in 1733 and died in 1787.  He is buried in the Sheepscot Cemetery

           Boothbay Harbor, Maien.  He  married Rachel Gove.

           Service:  see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 3 pages 226, 335-6,

 

 

Chase, Jonathan                              Moca 3340                                    280

          He was born at Newbury, Massachusetts 5 Dec. 1751 and died 13 April, 1825 in

          Danville, Maine. He is buried in the Fitz Cemetery, Old Danville Rd. Auburn, Maine

          Located in the front.  He has a slate stone.

          Service: he was s Capt. 4th Co.  7th Essex Co. Col. Spofford's Regt..

          He was a Private in Capt. Jonathan Poor's 2nd  Essex Co.  Regt. 6 days.Newbury.            Later he was in Col. Daniel Spofford's 7th Essex Co. 26 June. 1777.  He was

          commissioned Capt.  4th co.  Col. D. Spofford's Regt.

          Further information;  see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vo. 3 page. 357 and

          Vol. 13 page. 559   see also DAR records Nat. # 233005

 

 

 

Chase. Josiah Col.                           Moca 0775

         He is buried in the family cemetery (Chase Pond) York, Maine.  By old Chapter.

 

 

 

Chase, Nathaniel Rev.                            Moca 0777

         He died  20 April 1853 age. 91 years. and is buried in the Lowell Corner Yard.

         in Buckfield, Maine.

         Service:  see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors vol. 3 page.  ?

 

 

 

 

Child, Isaac                                       Moca 4898

         He is buried in the eastern Cemetery in Portland, Maine Sec.  Lot. 

         Service: see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors  Vol. 3 page. 404

 

 

 

 

Child, Thomas                                Moca 1679

         He is buried in the Eastern Cemetery in Portland, Maine. Sec. C. Lot. 78

         Service: see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 3 page. 408

 

 

 

Childs, Jonas                               Moca 0112  Order # 526

            He born in Westown, Massachusetts   15 April. 1761 and was a resident of Hallowel

            Maine.  He died there 14 Feb. 1815 and is buried in Hallowell.

            Service"  He was in capgt. Hasting's Co. Col. Jackson's Regt.   He enlisted in

            Watertown, Massachusetts.

 

 

 

 

Chipman. William                            Moca 2094   Order # 38

             He was born in Kingston, Massachusetts 14 Aug. 1764 and was a resident of

             Oxford, Maine. He died there 30 Maarch 1849 and is buried in the Bucknam Cem.

             in Minot, Maine.  He has a slate stone located in the south east corner.

             Service: He was Pensioned in 1834 and was known at a Revolutionary Soldier.

             A Marker was sent to George L. Stevens  at Welchville 28 Sept. 1931

 

 

 

Choate, Ebenezer                               Moca 1680

           He died at Bridgeton, Maine and is buried in the Bridgton Cemetery in a tomb located

           right center

           Service: He was a Private in Capt. Jacob Gerrish's Co.  Col. Moses Little's Regt. 10           July 1777.  also  in Capt. Lewis's Co. Col. Nixon's Regt.

 

 

 

 

Church, Charles                                   Moca 0113   Order 685

          He was born in England  18 Aug. 1761 and was a resident of Phillips, Maine, where

          he died 4 Nov. 1858 and is buried in the Town Cemetery in Phillips.

          Service:  He was a Pvt. in Col. Benjamin Tupper's Regt.  He enlisted 5 April 1781

          and re enlisted under Col. Tupper's 10 th Regt. 1 Jan. 1782

 

 

 

 

Church, John                                        Moca 1681  Order # 488

          He was born in Killingly, Conn. in 1753 and was a resident of Shrewsbury, Mass.

          He died in Farmington, Maine 12 March 1838 and is buried in the Courthouse Cem.

          in Farmington, Maine.

          Service;  He enlisted  19 Apr. 1775 and was a drummer under Capt. Reuben           Dickerson's Co. Col. Woodbridge's Regt. 17 May 1777 under Capt. John Thompson.

 

 

 

 

 

Churchill, James                                    Moca 2387  Order # 647                  290

           He was born in Middleboro, Massachusetts in 1754 and was a resident of Hartford,

           Maine, where he died 21 Dec. 1840 and is buried in the Cox Cemeter in Hartford, Me.

           Service: See Massachusetts Soldiers  and Sailors Vol. 3 page. 450

 

 

 

 

Chute, Josiah                                       Moca 0780  Order # 1200

          He born in Windham, Maine. 2 June. 1759 and died there 21 Oct. 1834

          He is buried in the Chute  cemetery  Chute road in South Windham, Maine

          Service:  Pvt. in Capt. Samujel Knight's Col   He enlisted 12 July 1775.  also in Capt.

          Richard Mayberry's Co. Col. Ebenezer Francis' Regt. and was at Dorchester Heights

 

 

 

Chute, Thomas                                  Moca 0781  Order # 1201

          He was born in Windham, Maine 19 Feb. 1762 and died there 4 Sept. 1816

          He is buried in the Chute Cemetery

          Service: not known

 

 

 

Clapp, Asa                                      Moca 0114

           He is buried in the Eastern Cemetery in Portland, Maine.  Sec. A lot 83

           Service:  He was on the Committee for Safety, Portland, Maine

 

 

Clark, David                                    Moca 1683  Order # 1112

          He was born in Bridgton, Maine in 1748 and died there in 1831. He is buried  in

          the Ridge Yard. with a marble stone. located on the right center.

          Service: He was in the  3rd Reg.  three years in the Continential Army

 

 

 

Clark, Ebenezer                             Moca 0115  Order # 2041

         He born in Kittery in 1752 and reisided in Limington, Maine He died there 18 Sept.

         1833 in North Limington, Maine and is buried in the Clark Cem. there.  He has a stone

         of Slate.

         Service:  Pvt. in Capt. Tobias Fernald's Col Col. James Scammon's Regt. Mass Line.

         Inscription on Stone:  Ebenezer Clark  d. 18 Sept. 1833 age 81 years

         Marker  (SAR) placed by Robert Taylor  23 Apr. 1981, Data sent to NSSAR 2 July 1981

         Pfrepared by Harold M. Sterling   2 July 1981

 

 

Clark, Ephriam                               Moca 6394 Order # 1225

           He was born in Limington, Maine in 1756 and died there in 1847 He has a marble

           stone. in the village Cemetery in Limington, Maine.   Robert Taylor, Limington,            Historian, reports he was born 4 May, 1765 and died 12 Aug. 1847, born in Kittery,

           Maine.

 

 

 

Clark, Isaac                                  Moca 6395  Order # 532

          He was born in Attleborough, Massachusetts 16 Aug. 1741 and died in Hallowell,

          Maine, 30 June. 1824 and is buried in the Hallowell Cemetery.

          Service:  He was one of the men sent on the castine Expedition

 

 

 

Clark, James                               Moca 6396  Order # 1346

          He is buried in the Newport Hill Cem. in East Newport, Maine

          Service:  see page 27 of Flagg's Rev. Pensioners

 

 

 

 

Clark, John                                Moca 0785

          He was born at Townsend, Massachusetts 24 jan. 1752 and died at Norridgewock

          Maine. 3 Sept. 1832  He is buried in the Old Oak Cememtery, Norridgewock, Maine.

          He has a slate stone,  Block F. lot 7

          Service:  He enlisted 19 April 175.  He served 8 months   He was in the battle of

          Bunker hill with Lt. Levi Whitney.  Also  he was a private in capt. Henry Farwell's

           1st Company. Col. William Prescott's Regt.

          See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 3 page. 541

 

 

 

 

 

Cleaves, Edmund                          Moca   3345  Order # 1017                        300

         He was born in New Gloucester, Maine and died in Pownal on 27 June, 1828

         He is buried in the Pownal Center Cem. in Pownal, Maine.  located left venter with

         monument.

         Service: was in Capt. William harris' Col. Col. Vost Regt.  Dec. 1777 at Valley Forge

         He is also at Providence in the Continential Army 1 Jan. 1778 to 14 March 1780

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                          

 

 

Cleaves, William                                    Moca 2106

          He died 28 June. 1841 age. 86 and is buried in the Methodist Yard in Cumberland,

          Maine.

          Service: He served in Capt. Cogswell's Co, Col. Vose Regt.

          See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 3 page. 614

 

 

 

Clewley,  Isaac Lt.                              Moca 0122

          He was born in Roxbury, Massachusetts  15 Dec. 1729 and died 4 Nov. 1800 in

          Prospect (now Stockton), Maine.  He is buried  in  Mount Recluse Cemetery  in

          Cape Jellison   Stockton Springs, Maine. He has a marble stone and located front

          center of cemetery.

          Service:  He was  in Capt. Benjamin Shute's 4th Co. Col. JOsiah Brewer's Regt.

          (Penobscott Regt).   see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 3

 

 

 

Clifford, Isaac                                  Moca 0125  Order # 930

        He was  a resident of Edgecomb, Maine, where  he died 8 Oct. 1821.

        Service:  He was a Pvt. in 1779 under capt. Joseph Jones

 

 

 

 

Clough, Benjamin                                   Order # 711

         He was born in NEW Hampshire 7 Oct. 1764 and was a resident of Monmouth, Maine

         He died there 12 June. 1840 and is buried in the Town Cemetery In Monmouth Center.

         Service:  He was on the Pension Roll.    see History of Winthrop

 

 

 

 

Clough, John                                     Moca 3346  

            He is buried in the eastern Cemetery in Portland, Maine Sec. B  row 14 lot. 10

            Service: see Massachusetts Soldiers and  Sailors Vol. 3 page. 649

 

 

 

 

Cobb, Barnabas                                 Moca 0790   Order # 960

         He was born in Plympton, Massachusetts in 1760 and was a resident of Warren,          Maine.  He died there 11 July 1806 and is buried in the Old Town Cemetery in Warren.

         Service:  He was a Pvt. in Capt. Edward Sparrow's Co. COl. Danforth Keyes' Mass.

         Regt. enlistimng  3 Sept. 1777 and serving until 31 Dec. 1777.  also from 1 dec. 1777         to 2 Jan. 1778.  Also Pvt. in Capt. James Harlow's Co. Col. Ezra Wood's Mass Regt.             enlisting 5 June 1778 and serving 8 months, 4 days

 

 

 

Cobb, Ebenezer Jr.                           Moca 1686  Order # 286

         He was born in Middleboro, Massachusetts on 1 March 1759 and died in Norway, Me.

         on 9 May, 1826 and is buried in the Pike's Hill Cemetery. in Norway,Maine.

         Service:  He was a Pvt. in Capt. Nathaniel Wood's Co. Col. Ebenezer Sprout's Regt.

         He enlisted 6 Sept. 1778,  discharged 12 Sept. 178  served  6 days at Dartmouth

         on alarm Roll dated at Middleboro.

 

 

 

 

Cobb, Rowland                                 Moca 0792   Order # 555

         He was born in Plympton, Massachusetts in 1757 and died  12 Nov. 1842 in Warren,          Maine.   He is buried in the Warren Cemetery.

         Service: see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors vol. 3 page. 680

 

 

 

 

Cobb, Smith                                    Moca          0127

         He is buried in the eastern Cemetery in Portland, Maine  Sec. D Lot.  128

         Service: See DAR Records    no. further ref.

 

 

 

 

 

Cobb, William                                 Moca   0793  Order # 684                              310

         He was born in Massachusetts in 1764 and died in Hebron, Maine 7 Dec. 1849 and

         is buried in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Hebron, Maine.

         Marker sent to Mrs. W.F. Schoppe in Auburn, Maine  27 May, 1931.

         Service:  see Massachusett Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 3 page. 684

         He was a Pensioner.

 

 

Cobb, William Capt.                          Moca 1687

         He is buried in the Eastern Cemetery in Portland, Maine. Sec. g. Lot 78

         Service: see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 3 page 684

 

 

 

Coburn, William                              Moca 0128  Order # 860

          He was born in Massachusetts on 20 Dec. 1731 and was a resident of Greene, Maine

          dying there, and is buried in the Pease Cemetery.

          Service: He was with Capt. Stephen russell's Co. Col. Gains Regt.

 

 

 

Cochran, James                              Moca 6407   Order # 713

         He was  born in 1744 and was a resident of Pembroke, N.H. and Readfield, Maine

         dying there 26 April 1814 and is buried in the Corner Cemetery in Readfield, Maine.

         Service: He signed  the Association test in Londondery, New Hampshire.

 

 

 

Cochran, John                                 Moca 0796

           He was born in Weston, Massachusetts 24 June 1749 and died in  Belfast, Maine

           30 Nov. 1839.  He is buried in  the Grove Cemetery in Belfast, Maine. He has a

           white marble stone. and is in the old section range 19 lot. 6

           Service: He was in Capt. Keith's Co.  Col. Michael Jackson's Regt. serving from

           I jan. 1777 to  31 Dec. 1779. 

 

 

Codman, Richard (or Condon)                    Moca 0138

           He is buried in the Eastern Cemetery, in Portland, Maine. sec. F. lot. 36

           Service. see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors vol. 3 page. 886

 

 

 

Coffin, Nicholas                                     Moca 0797  Order # 634

           He was born in Waterville, Maine 13 April. `1765 and died in Lee, Maine 14 Feb.            1850

           Service: On  pension lists of 1820 and 1835  also his name appears on list of

           Rev. soldiers in Penobscot. in Vol. 3 page 45  Bangor History Mag. as service in

           the New Hampshire line.

 

 

 

Cofren Robert ( Cochran?)                   Moca 0129  Order # 195

          He was a residend of Vienna, Maine  where he died 3 Jjne. 1844 and is buried in

          the North Vienna Cemetery.

          Service:  He was a Pvt. in the New Hampshire Line.  (see Maine Rev. Pensioners)

          by Flagg

 

 

 

Coker, William                                  Moca 168  Order # 49

         He was born  1750 and died  25 Sept. 1823 in Alna, Maine, where he is buried

         in the Alna Village Cemetery

         Service:  He was a Pvt. in the Continental Navy. on the ship Boston. and a pensioner

         from Lincoln, Maine.

         Marker sent to Belle L. Preble at Hallowell, Maine.  28 Middle st. on 17 Oct. 1931

 

 

 

Colburn, Ebenezer                               Moca 0130

          He was born in 1761 and died in Belfast 15 Jan. 1846. He is buried in Grove

          Cemetery, in Belfast, Maine. located front center on hill.

          Service:  He was Pvt. in the Mass. Line.  He was a Pensioner in Waldo County

          See pub. 1920 by Charles Flagg.

 

 

 

Colburn, Thomas Capt.                           Moca 2389  Order # 644

           Born in Dedham, Massachusetts in 1768 he was a resident of Dedham and later

           of Wilton, Maine where he died  19 April 1748 and is buried in  the Wilton Cemetery

           in East Dixfield, Maine.

           Service:  see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 3 page. 744

 

 

 

Colburn, William                                   Moca 0133  Order # 473

          He was born in Dunstable, Massachusetts 2 Oct. 1761 and was a resident of

          Orono, Maine where he died 8 April 1847 and is buried in the Riverside Cemetery

          in Orono, Maine.

          Service: He was a Pvt. and  enlisted  Oct. 1776,  he served 2 years 2 months

         

 

 

Colby, Benjamin Sgt.                            Moca 0800

          He is buried in NORTH ANSON. Maine    Marker sent to Mrs. Ralph Conant of

          Augusta, Maine.

          Service: see Massachusetts soldiers and Sailors Vol. 3 page.  ??

 

 

 

Colby, Thomas                                  Moca 6412  Order # 1384

           He was born in New Hampshire  and died in Litchfield, Maine 23 March 1806

           age 42 years.  He is buried at Litchfield Plains Cemetery.

           Service;   He was at Crown Point 1780  Marked by the Augusta chapt. DAR.

           see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 3 page  ?

 

 

 

Cole, Able                                        Moca 4904  Order # 46

          Born in 1753 and died in  Waldoboro, Maine  Buried in East Waldoboro.

          Marker sent to Belle L. Preble at Hallowell, Maine 17 Oct. 1931

          Service: He was a Pensioner.  He was in the Mass. State Milita  Lincoln Co.

          Pvt.  in Capt. Benjamin Plummer's sea coast Co. Stationed at St. George.

          He enlisted 5 mar. 1776 to  6 Sept. 1776

 

 

 

Cole, Abiah                                      Moca 3350

          He born in 1761 and died at Gouldsboro, Maine   17 June. 1845

          He is buried in Prospect Harbour Cemetery.  Grave is marked with a granite stone.

          located on the left as you enter the main aisle, about 5 rows from the gate.

 

 

 

Cole, Eleazer                                    Moca 0802  Order # 990

         He was a resident of Woodstock, Maine and died  9 Aug. 1833 is buried in the

         Cole-Rowe Hill Cemetery in Greenwood, Maine   marker located on the left hand side.

         Service: He was a  Drummer in Capt. Josiah Hayden's Co.  minuteman 19 April 1775

         was at Lexington. He served in the same Company 1 Aug. 1775

 

 

 

Cole, John                                      Moca 0803  Order # 725

           He was a resident of Winslow, Maine and born  in 1740.  He died 11 Jan. 1824

           and is buried in the Abbott Cemetery in Albion, Maine.

           Service: He was a Pvt.  freturn of men from Col. Joseph North's 2nd Lincol  Regt.

           dated 2 Feb. 1778.  He joined Capt. Lemont's Co. Col. Bradford's  Regt. for term of 3            years.  Also  Pvt. in  Col. Gamalial Bradford's  Army.   He paid for service 7-8 of            March  to 31 DSec. 1779  also Capt. John Lemont's Co.  Col Bradford's Regt.

           subsistance allowed from   date of intestment 8 March 1777 to  10 May 1777.

           Credited with 63 days allowance, roll date Boston, also  same company & Regt.      

           return of men service on or before 18 Aug. 1777,  joined 17 April 1777, also Capt.            Lebedu Reddings's Co. Col. Bradford's 12th Regt. muster roll for Dec. 1778  Also

           Capt.  Hashell's Co. Col. Bradford's Regt.  Continental Army pay accounts for service

           from  1 Jan. 1780 to 8 March 1780

 

 

Collin, Benjamin                                     Moca 0805  Order # 493

          He was born in East Kingston, New Hampshire in 1764 and was a resident of

          Vassalboro, Maine. He died in Somerset, Maine 23 Dec. 1852 and is buried in the

          St. Albans Cemetery in St. Albans Maine.

          Service:  He was a Pvt. from June. 1780 to June. 1783  served under Capt. Smith,

          Col. Michael Jackson's Regt. of Massachusetts.

 

 

 

Collins, Jonathan                                     Moca 6417

          He was living in Scarboro, Maine where he died 1 Feb. 1818 age. 7

          Service: He served in Capt. Joseph Cook's Company  Col. Hathaway's Regt.  Rhode

          Island.  see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 3 page. 24

 

 

 

 

Collins, Lemuel                                       Moca 0806  Order # 1305

          He is  buried in the Brake Hill Cemetery in Starks, Maine

          Marker sent to Mrs. Fred Lilly of Hallowell, Maine

          Service:  see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 3 page. 899

 

 

 

Conant, Benjamin                                   Moca 1693  Order # 265

          He was born in Bridgewater, Massachusetts 29 Aug. 1756

          He resided there and later in Turner, Maine. where he died 24 May, 1836 and is

          buried in the Conant Cemetery in Turner, Maine.

          Service: He was in Capt. Nathan Mitchell's Co.  in April of 1775 and $ March

          1776 in Capt. Washburn's Co.  (Muster rolls Vol. 24 page. 20) 31 July 1780

          Lieut Pike's Co. Muster Rolls Vol. 35 page. 214.  and Capt. Randall's Company

          in 1777 (Muster Roll s Vol. 22 page. 186)

 

 

Conant, Ephriam                                Moca 0808  Order # 697                       322

          He was born in Stowe, Massachusetts 16 Jan. 1757 and died in  Temple, Maine

          22 Jan. 1826. He is buried in the Town Cemetery in Temple, Maine.

          Service: He was a Pvt. in Capt. William Whitcomb's Company. Col. James Prestcott's

          Regt.

 

 

 

Cook, David                                      Moca 2319

          He is buried in the Eastern Cemetery, in Portland, Maine  Sec. B  Row 11 lot 10

          Service: See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vo. 3 pag. 921

 

 

 

Cok, Eli                                           Moca 2123  Order # 1048

         He was born  in Wrentham, Massachusetts 19 Oct. 1758 and Resided in  Brunswick,          Maine. He died in New Sharon, Maine 16 Aug. 1836 and is buried there. marble stone

         located in the center of the cemetery.

         Service: says Continental Army

 

 

 

 

Coolbroth, Daniel                               Moca 0815

         He was born in 1759 and was a resident of Hartford, Maine. He died at Hartford

         13 NOv. 1833 and is buried in the Maple Grove Cemetery, located sec. 10 row 8

         Service; He was a Pvt. for one year in Capt.  Tyler;s Co. Col. Edmund Phinney's

         Regt. in 1776

 

 

 

Comings, John                                    Moca 2390  Order # 233

         He was born in Sharon, Massachusetts 22 June. 1753 and was a resident of

         Winthrop, Maine. dying there 10 Dec. 1820 and is buried in the Metcalf Cemetery

         in Winthrop, Maine.

         Service:  He was a Pvt. Edward Bridges's Co. Col. Robinson's Regt. 19 Apr. 1775

         service, 4 days.    see History of Winthrop by Stackpole page. 35

 

 

 

Coolidge, Silas                                   Moca 0816             Order # 633

         He was born in Weston, Massachusetts 14 Nov. 1755 and as a resident of Hillsboro

         New Hampshire.  He died in Lamoine, Maine in 1834 and is buried in the Lamoine

         cemetery

         Service:  He enlisted  from Hillsboro, N.H. 23 May 1775  was in Capt. Isaac Baldwin's

         Company. and was at Bunker Hill.   He served throughout and then took up his

         home in Lamoine, Maine.

 

 

 

 

Coombs, Anthony                               Moca 0817  Order 416

          He was born  in 1839. and died  13 Jan. 1818 in Harpswell, Maine and is buried in

          in the Great Island Cemetery in Harpswell.

          Service: He was a Pvt. in Capt. Nathaniel Larrabee's Co.   He enlisted 9 July 1775 and

          served six months  7 days on  the coast   Cumberland Co.

          see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 3 page. 970

 

 

 

 

Coombs, John                                    Moca 0819  Order # 257

          He was born in Newburyport, Massachusetts 11 Nov. 1748.  He was a resident

          of Bowdoin, Maine and died there 20 April 1836 and is buried in the Cornish Cem.

          in Bowdoin Center, Maine.

          Service:  He was a Pvt. in the Mass. Militia.  he enlisted 9 July 1775 in Capt. Natl

          Larrabee's Co. and served on the seacoast in Cumberland County. Also in Abraham

          Tyler's Co. Col. Thomas Poor's Regt. of the Mass. Militia.  enlisted 1778 See.Mass

          Soliders and Sailors Vol. 3 pagde. 971

 

 

 

Coombs, John                                    Moca 6421                                       340

          He is buried in the Corner ard in Readfield, Maine   He died 1835.

          Service.  He served in the New Hampshire Line.  He was Pensioned

 

 

 

 

Coombs, John                                     Moca 6948  Order # 1076

              He was born in 1750 and died  17 Feb. 1860 in Brunswick, Maine. He is buried

              in  the Growstown Cemetery in Brunswick, Maine. He has a slate stone located

              center to the right of the cemetery/

              Service: Enlisted 9 July 175 in Capt. Nathaniel Larrabee's Co. for 6 months,

              seven days.  on seacosast of Cumberland, County.

              Ref: Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors

 

 

 

 

Coombs, Samuel                                   Moca 0821  Order # 198

             He born in Bowdoinham, Maine. He died 31 Oct. 1826 and is buried in the Co.

             Coombs Cemetery in Bowdoinham,  Maine.

             Service: He served as a Pvt. in Capt. James Lamont's Co.  Enlisting 18 July 1775

 

 

 

 

 

Copeland, Samuel                                Moca 0825   Order # 42

              He was a resident of Dexter, Maine.  He born about 1750 and died 6 Nov. 1828

              and is buried in the Greene Cemetery in Dexter, Maine.

              Service: Marker sent to Mrs. C.S. Hutchinson at Dexter, Maine 12 March 1931.

 

 

 

Crockett, Benjamin                                Moca 5138

             He is buried in the Family Cemetery in Shapleigh, Maine by the Old York Chapter.

              He was on of the Minute men.

 

 

 

Cordwell, William                                Moca 0826

              He born  Aug. of 1755 and died 16 Feb. 1833.  He was a resident of Greenwood,

              Maine.  He is buried in the Patch Cemeter. located sect. B. Lot. 11 has an upright

              stone  no marker

              Service: Enlisted  8 July 1779 at Bakerstown.  Capt. Nathan Merrill's company

              Col. Jonathan Mitchell's Detachment.   He was on the Penobscot Epedition.

              See Massachusett Soldiers and Sailors Vo. 1 page 1001

 

 

 

Cornish, John                                   Moca 0143  Order # 278

              He died 10 Oct. 1842 and is buried in the New Meadows Cemetery (south of

              Harding Station) Brunswick, Maine.

              Service:  In Col. Jonathan Mitchell's  2nd Cumberland Co.  Maj. Nathaniel Larrabee

              engaged in  Town of Brunswick.  Joined Capt. White's Co. Col. Francis Regt.

              for a term of  3 years. See. Mass. Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 3 page. 1015

 

 

 

Couch, John                                    Moca 0144  Order # 525

             He born in Pownalborough, Maine 24 Oct. 1760 and died in Hallowell, Maine

             14 March. 1830 and is buried in the Hallowell Cemetery.

             Service: He was in Capt. Cock's (Capt. Badcock's) co. Col. North's Regt..

             He enlisted in Hallowell, Maine

 

 

 

Counce, Samuel                                Moca 0827  Order # 561

             He born in Milton, Massachusetts in 1741 and  died in Warren, Maine 12, March

             1800 and is buried in the Warren Cemetery.

             Service: see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vo. 4 page. 18

 

 

 

 

Cousin, Elisha                                 Moca 0828  Order # 360

             Born in Wells, Maine 20 Nov. 1735 and was a resident of Bar Harbor, Maine

             where he died 18 Jan. 1816 and is buried in Hulls Cove Cemetery in Bar Harbor.

             Service:  He was a Sgt. in Capt. daniel Sullivan's Co.  He volunteers on  Expedition

             against Maj. Bagaduce. 28 July to  28 Sept. 1779

 

 

 

 Cowan, Isaac                                 Moca 4911  Order # 975

            He was born in Andover, Massachusetts in 1739 and resided there . He died in

            Sidney, Maine 29 July. 1828 and is buried in the Cowan Cemetery in Sidney, Maine

            He has a marble stone

            Service:  See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors

 

 

 

Cowing, Calvin H.                          Moca  1703  Order # 43

             He was born in Brunswick, Maine about 1752 and was a resident of Lisbon, Maine

             He died there 14 Feb. 1844 and is buried in the Lisbon Falls Cemetery. Lisbon

             Falls, Maine.  He has a stone of slate. with wife   He died at 92 years.

             Marker sent to Miss Sara F. Potter at Lisbon Falls, Maine 17 Oct. 1931

             Service:  He enlisted 7 July 1779 and discharged 25 Sept. 1779  He was on the

             Penobscot Expedition in Col. Jonathan Mitchell's Regt.   Roll dated at Harpswell.  He

             was a pensioner.

 

 

 

Cox, Ebenezer Rev.                          Moca 6430

             He was born  at Cape Elizabeth, Maine 19 March, 1762 and died in Hope, Maine

             10 July. 1849

             He is buried in the Hope Cemetery at Hope, Maine.  He resided in Vinalhaven,

             Bristol, as well as Hope.

             Service: He enlisted as a Pvt. in the Militia at age 17 in Col. William Jone's Regt.

             on expedition against Major Bagaduce under Col. Samuel McCobb

 

 

 

Cox, Israel  Capt,                            Moca 3358  Order # 614

             He born in Bristol, Maine and died there in 1850.  He is buried in the Round pond

             Cemetery in Bristol.

             Service:  See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors and the History of Bremen, Maine

 

 

 

 

Coy, John                                        Moca 6432    Order # 736

           He was a resident of Minot, Maine where he died 11 Sept. 1834 and is buried in

           the Pool Hill Cemetery in Minot, Maine.  He has a stone of marble and grave is located

           in the back of the cemetery.

           Service: He was a Pvt. in Roby's CO.  Little Mars Regt.

 

 

 

 

Crabtree, Agreen                             Moca 2393   Order # 749

             He was born in Attleboro, Massachusetts in 1744 and was a resident of Hancock

             Maine where he died 10 June. 1808 and is buried in the  County Cemetery i n

             Hancock, Maine.  he has a stone.

             Service:   By order of Corcil   20 Aug. 1777.   commissioned.?   was on the

             Schooner Harlequin privateer.  Ref. DAR Lineage book no. 42289 (1738 - 1808

 

 

 

 

Crafts, Samuel                                 Moca 0831  Order # 11                         15

           He was born in Massachusetts in 1762 and  died in Hebron, Maine 2 Feb. 1844

           and is buried in  Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Hebron, Maine

           Marker sent to Mrs. W. F. Schoppe  at Auburn, Maine 27 May, 1931  also see

           Massachusetts Soldiers and  Sailors vol. 4 page. 66   He was a Pensioner

 

 

 

 

 

Craft, Samuel                                    Moca 0147    Order # 77

           He was born in Newton, Massachusetts 23 March, 1729 and was a resident of

           Newton and Jay, Maine dying   1 April, 1803  and is buried in Jay Hill Cemetery

           in Jay, Maine.

           Service:  He was a Pvt in Capt. Fuller's Co.  of minute men and the Lexington

           and Concord  fight. He was after an Ensign

 

 

 

Craig, Enoch                                    Moca 0832   Order # 489

            He was born in Wrentham, Massachusetts 11 Sept. 1758 and was a resident of

            Farmington, Maine where he died 10 Dec. 1835 and is buried in the Courthouse

            cemetery in Farmington, Maine.

            Service:  see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 4 page.  68

 

 

 

Cram, Daniel                                  Moca 0833  Order # 1277

             He was born in 1754 and resided at Standish, Maine. where he died 1 Jan. 1832

             and is buried in the Village Cemetery in standish, Maine.  Has a double slate marker.

             Service:  Pvt. in Capt. Samuel Whitmore's Co. Col. Foggs Regt. in 1777

             See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 4 page 75

 

 

 

Cram, John                                     Moca 0148  Order # 61

              He was born in 1755 and was a resident of Sanford and Waterboro, Maine.

              He died 3 Jan. 1824  in Waterboro and is buried there.

              Service: Marker sent to Mrs. L.E. Moulton at Sanford, Maine 16 April 1931

              He served under Capt. Morgan Lewis for 3 days service. He enlisted 3 May 1775

              he was a drummer.   He was a Capt. in the Militia in 1792  also a Pensioner

 

 

 

Crammer, Peter                                    Moca 3362  Order # 109                         20

            He was born in Germany  in 1726 and  died in Waldoboro, Maine 7 May, 1822.

            He is buried in the  Old. German cemetery in Waldoboro, Maine

            Service:  He was a Selectman  form 1790 to 1782.  see History of Waldoboro by

            Miller.

 

 

 

Crane, Abijah                                     Moca 4915

           He is buried in the Fayette Cemetery in Fayette, Maine.   His grave was marked by

           Mr. Underwood,  Historian.    Mr. Crane was a Pensioner.

 

 

 

 

Crane,  John                                     Moca 0834  Order # 119

           He was born in Milton, Massachusetts on 2 Dec. 1744 and was a resident of Boston

           and  Whiting, Maine, where he died on 21 Aug. 1805 and is buried in the Town

           Cemetery in Whiting.

           Service  He was on of the Boston Tea Party in 1773 and in 1774,  Lieut. of  the

           Artillery in the Rhode Island  campaign.  He was a Major, a Colonel and Brigadier

           General

 

 

 

Crane, Rufus                                 Moca 0835

          He was born in Wilton, Massachusetts in 1757 and  died at Warren, Maine on 9 Dec.

          1841  He is buried in the Skinner Cemetery in Warren, Maine

          Service:  He was a Pvt and later a Capt. in  Capt. Richard's Company.  He enlisted

          14 Aug. 1779.  service 1 month 3 days under Capt. Samuel Fisher's Co.  detached

          from the Militia for service at Rhode Island 10 Aug. 1779

 

 

 

Crapo, Joshua                                    Moca 0150   Order # 1064

            He died in New Portland, Maine in 1793 and is buried in the Chesterville Hill Cem.

            in Chesterville, Maine.

            Service: He served as a Corp. in  the Rhode Island Alarm in 1776 and  enlisted

            1779 in Seth Talbot's Co. Col. John Hathaway's Regt.  He is listsed in the Chesterville

            Town records as a Rev. Soldier

 

 

 

 

Crawford, John A.                                Moca  0836  Order # 1043

              He was born in Scotland, in 1751 and resided in Warren, Maine where he died

              on 9 Jan. 1818,  He  is buried in the Old Town Yard, in Warren. located lower end

              with a marble stone.

              Service: He was on  the committee of Safety in Warren, Maine in 1777

              see page 527 in the History of Warren by Eaton

 

 

 

 

 

Crawford, Thomas  2nd.  Capt.                Moca 0837  Order # 414

            He was born in Boston, Massachusetts on 25 Aug. 1756 and died in Bath, Maine

            12 Apr. 1837 and is buried in the Crawford Cemetery in North Bath, Maine

             Service:   see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors  Vo. 4 page. 97

 

 

Creamer, John                                   Moca 3361   Order # 443

            He was a resident of Waldoboro, Maine and died there in 1842  and is buried in

            the Old German Cemeter in Waldoboro, Maine

            Service:  See Flagg's Index of Rev. Pensioners Page 30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Crediford, Abner                              Moca 4916

           He was born in Kennebunkport, Maine and died there in 1794. He is buried in

           Arundel, Maine on a farm.

           Service:  He was a Pvt.  and  sargent in Capt. Jesse Dorman's Co. Col. James

           Scammon's Regt.   Fef. Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors VO. 4 page. 101

 

 

 

Cressey, Joseph                             Moca 0838   Order # 1164

          He is buried in the  Eastern Cem.  in Gorham, Maien where he was born 25 Oct.

          1753 and died 22 July 1832.  located lelft rear with a marble stone.

          Service:  none recorded

 

 

 

Crocker, John                                 Moca 0153  Sar # 2035                           31

            He was born in 1754 and died  in July 1838 in Stockton Springs, Maine.

            He is buried in the Riverside Narrows Cemeter at Sandy Point, Maine. He has a

            granite stone. and it is located  left of the gate.

 

 

 

 

Crockett, Ephriam                             Moca 3365   Order # 254

             He was born in Cape Elizabeth, Maine and was a resident of Auburn, Maine

             He is buried in the South Auburn, Cemetery in Auburn, Maine.

             Service: Was in Capt. Samuel Dunn's Co. COl. Edmund Phinney's Regt. 1 Nov. 1775

             Also a Pvt. in Capt. William Crucher's Seacoast Co. Col. Mitchell's Regt. from  31 Aug

             1776 to  Nov. 23, 1776

 

 

 

Crooker, Elijah  Capt.                        Moca 0841  Order # 957

            Service: He was in Capt. Thom's Regt. from May to Dec. 1775.  He was a Capt.

            in the 23re Continental Infantry. 1 Jan.  to 31 Dec. 1776.  See Heitman, also History

            of Bristol, and Bremen, Maine page. 318

 

 

 

Crooker, Joshua                             Moca 4917  Order # 44

           He was born in Pembroke, Massachusetts in 1755 and died in Minot, Maine 3 May

           1820 and is buried in the  West Minot Cemetery.

           His marker was sent to Mrs. W.F. Schoppe at  Auburn 17 Oct. 1931.

           Service: He was a Pvt. lin Capt. F. Chamberlin's Co. on alarm of 19 April, 1776

           see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 4 page. 142  He was a Pensioner

 

 

Crossman, Joseph                          Moca 2396

          He is buried in the eastern Cem. Portland, Maine Sec. B tow 14 lot 10

          Service:  see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 4 page. 162

 

 

 

Crowell, Enoch                             Moca 4918   Order # 536

          He was born in 1759 and was a resident of Hallowell, Maine where  he died 14 April

          1823 and is buried in the Hallowell Cemetery

          Service:  He was a Pvt. in Capt. Seth Clark's Seacoast Co. 1775

          see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 4 page. 186

 

 

 

 

 

Crowell, Manoah                                 Moca 6438  Order # 274

           He was a resident of Oakland, Maine and died 12 March, 1847 and is in the Lewis

           cemetery in Oakland, Maine.

           Service:  He was a pensioner inm Kennebec County, Maine having served as Pvt. in

           the Massachusetts Militia

 

 

 

 

 

Cummings, Asa                               Moca 3367    Order # 162

          He was born in Stoughton, Massachusetts   on 6 June, 1764 and was a resident

          of Hallowell, Maine dying there 13 Jan. 1795 and is buried in the Cumming's Cemetery

          Service:  He was a Pvt. in Capt. Timothy Foster's Company Maj. William Lithgo's

          Detachment of Militia.  Service from 1 Sep. 1779 to  1 Nov. 1779

 

 

 

 

 

Cummings, Elisha C.                      Moca 0158  Order # 1259

             He was born  15 June. 1755 and was a resident of Norway, Maine. He died in

             Greenwood, Maine and is buried in the Richardson Cem. in Hebron, Maine.

             Service:  New Boston Pay Abstract for travel allowances from Home for a number

             of reasons  joined Capt. Richard Mayberry's Co. Dated Dorchester, 29 Aug. 1776

 

 

 

Cummings, Isaac                             Moca 3368  Order # 821

              He was born  in Woodstock, Maine and died and is buried there in the Bryant

              cemetery.  located in Bryant's Pond, Maine.  His grave is the first on the left

              upon entering.

              Service:  He served on the Penobscot Expedition

 

 

 

Cummings, Samuel                            Moca 2551  Order # 161

             He was born in Stoughton, Massachusetts 28 Sept. 1734 and was a resident there

             before going to Hallowell, Maine where he died 23 Sept. 1811 and is buried in the

             Cummings Cemetery on the state road f rom Augusta to Winthrop, Maine.

             Service:  He was a Pvt in Capt. Simeon Leach's Co. COl. Robinson's Regt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cummints, Thomas  Lieut.           Moca  1699  Order # 336

            He was born in 1741 and died in Prospect, Maine 24 Oct. 1825 and is buried in the

            Maple cemetery in Prospect, Waldo County, Maine.

            Service:  He enlisted at Needham, Massachusetts    see State Bounty P. 34

 

 

 

 

 

Curtis, Caleb                                 Moca 2398   Order 862

            He was born  in 1758 and died 19 June, 1850 and is buried in the Center Cemetery

            in Harpswell, Maine.  He has a stone and it is located  south central part of Cem.

            Service: See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 4 page 253

 

 

 

 

Curtis, Daniel                               Moca   4922  Order # 642

             He was boren  in 1739 and was a resident of Harspwell, Maine.  He died there on

             20 Feb. 1782 and is buried in the Old Cemetery  at Cundy's Harbor, Maine.

             Service:  See Massachusetts Soldiers and  Sailors Vo. 4 page. 254

 

 

 

 

Curtis, Gersham                              Moca 4923 Order # 832

            He was born in Hanover, Massachusetts in 1746

            He was a resident of Greene, Maine and is buried in the Morse Cemetery in Greene

            He has a stone  and is located in the  south east section of the  yard.

            Service:  See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 4 pag. 258

 

 

 

Curtis, James Capt.                         Moca 4924   Order # 313

          He was born in Gloucester, Massachusetts 24 Feb. 1736

          He was a resident of Brunswick, Maine and died in Webster, Maine 6 April 1824

          Service:  He was Capt. in muster roll dated 1 Aug. 1775

 

 

 

 

Curtis, Michael                               Moca 3371  Order 828

         He was born in Harpswell, Maine  in  1739   dying 7 March 1800 and is buried in the

         Center Cemetery in Harpswell Center.

         Service:  He was on the Committee of Inspection in 1783.  see History of Brunswick

         Topsham and Harpswell by Wheeler  page. 171

 

 

 

Curtis, Noah                                 Moca 0848  Order # 1290

          He was born in Pembroke, Massachusetts and died in Woodstock, Maine 13 Feb. 1829

          He has a  marble  stone in the center. in the Curtis Cem.  in Woodstock, Maine

          Service:  He was a Pvt in Capt. Thomas Turner's Co. Col.  Anthony Thomas Regt.

          which marched on 20 April, 1775.

 

 

 

Curtis, Paul                                 Moca 3372  Order # 827

         He was born in Harpswell, Maine in 1737 and  died there 12 March. 1826. and is

         buried in the Center, Cem. in Harpswell Center, Maine.

         Service:  He was on the Committee of Inspection and of Correspondence 1775

         see History of Brunswick, Topsham and Harpswell  page. 167

 

 

 

Cushing, Loring                             Moca 0161

          He is buried in the eastern Cemetery, in Portland, Maine Sec. I Lot. 15

          Service:  see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 4 page. 294

          He was a Pvt. in Capt. Thomas Loring's Co. which marched on alarm of 18 Apr. 1775

          to Marshfield, Massachusetts.  also other service  from Plympton, Mass.

 

 

 

Cushman, Caleb Jr.                  Fifer             Moca 0851  Order # 22

          He was born in Massachusetts in July of 1757 and was a resident of Hebron, Maine

          He died there 17 Jan. 1835 and is buried in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Hebron, Maine

          Marker sent to Mrs. W. F. Schoppe of Auburn  Maine 27 May, 1931

          Service: see Mass. Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 4 page. 307

          He was married to  Charlotte Packard

 

 

 

 

Cushman, Jonathan                             Moca 1702  Order # 491

          He was born in Dartmouth, Massachusetts  26 Oct. 1754 and died in Farmington,

          Maine 24 April 1834 and is buried in the Riverside Cemetery in Farmington.

          Service:  He aided in the fortifying of Dorchester Heights,  and He commanded a Brig.

          during the  Rev.  He was capptured and imprisioned on British Prision Ship Jersey

 

 

 

Cushman, Thomas                             Moca 0854  Order # 1282

          He was born in Pembroke, Massachusetts   He evidently resided at some time in

          Poland, Maine. he died there and is buried in the Shaker Cemetery in Poland, Maine

          Service;  He was  a Corp. in Capt. Thomas Loring's Co. which marched  on 19 April

          1775 to Marshfield.  also  a long service from 1777 to 1780

 

 

 

Cushman, Zebedee                          Moca 2400  Order # 83

         He was born 28 July 1763 and was a resident of Oxford, Maine. dying there 3 Jan.

         1837.  He is buried in the East Oxford Cemetery.

         Service: see Hisstoy of Oxford, Maine

 

 

 

Cutler, Nathan                                 Moca 0164  Order # 311                        354

          He was born in Warren, Massachusetts  25 Feb. 1755 and was a resident of Lewiston

          Maine where he died 8 Nov. 1827 and is buried in the Herrick Cemetery in Lewiston.

          Service:  Enlisted in Col. John Crowl's Co. of Minutemen.  see Mass soldiers and  Sailors

 

 

 

 

 

Daggett, Nathan Captain                    Moca 0856

         He was born at Tisbury, Massachusetts (Martha's Vineyard) and died in New Vineyard

         Maine after 1838.  He is buried in a deserted cemetery  in North Vineyard, Maine.

         He now has a Marker.

         Service:  He was chief Pilot of  Count DeGrasses French Fleet that helped to bring

         about the  surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown.

 

 

Daman, Abiah                                 Moca 0166   Order # 5

          He was born in Abbington, Massachusetts and became a resident of Charlotte, Maine

          where he died on 11 April 1836 and is buried in the Daman Ridge Cemetery  in

          Charlotte, Maine.  He has a stone located near right entrance

          Marker sent to Paul Damon at Charlotte, Maine in May 1931

          Service;  He was a Pvt. in Artillery.   Tradition says he froze his toes at Valley Forge

          He was a Pensioner

 

 

Derby  Samuel  Major.                       Moca 0682

          He is in the Church Cemetery in York.  By the Old York Chapter

 

 

 

 

Darling, John                                 Moca 0863

          He is buried in the Eastern Cemetery in Gorham, Maine.  He died 6 April 1832 age

          74   He has a marker

          Service:  He served in the 6th Massachusetts Regt.

 

 

 

Davenport, Ephriam                      Moca 0402     Order # 1118

          He was born in Bridgeton, Maine in 1762 and died there in 1832.  He is buried in the

          Ridge Yard Cemetery in Bridgeton.  He has a stone located right center.

          Service:  He was sent by Selectmen of Bridgeton to Sudbury, Canada.  also in Capt.

          John Evans Co.  16 Sept. to 3 Dec. 1781

 

 

 

Davenport, Philip                            Moca 0618  Order # 537

          He was born in Hallowell, Maine in 1759 and died there 29 March 1820 and is buried

          in the Hallowell Cemetery.

          Service:  See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 4 page. 454

 

 

 

 

Davies (Davis)  Jesse                          Moca 6510   Order # 312

            He was born in Acton, Massachusetts  16 July 1757  and was a resident of Webster

            Maine where he died 15 March 1792 and is buried in the Bryant Cemetery in Webster.

            Service: He was in the Battle of Lexington

 

 

 

 

Davis, Aaron                                 Moca 0804  Order # 1287

          He was born in Wrentham, Massachusetts 2 Oct. 1762 and was a resident of Warren

          Maine, where he died 17 Aug. 1840.

          Service:  He enlisted 8 Feb. 1781 at Wrentham in Capt. Hitchcock's Co. Col. Joseph

          Voss Regt. Massachusetts Line.  he transferred to Capt. John MIlls Co. and appointed

          Corporal and he was discharged 25 Oct. 1783

 

 

 

 

Davis, Aaron                                   Moca 0865  Order # 984

            He was born in Gloucester, Massachusetts in 1757 and was a resident of Woodstock

            Maine.  he died there 15 Nov. 1837 and is buried in the Old Town Cemetery in Warren

            He has a  monument and it is located in the center.

            Service:   Bakerstown, (Poland, Maine)   He was  Pvt. in Capt. Nathan Merrills Co.

            and marched from home  8 July. 179.  He was discharged 25 Sept. 1779 at Falmouth

            Maine.

 

 

 

 

Davis, Ezra                                    Moca 6508  Order # 1226

            He was born in Salem, Massachusetts 5 Mar. 1746 and  died in Limington, Maine

            He is buried in Limington Cemeter.  with slate stone located left of gate

            Service:  see Massachusetts Soldiers and sailors Vol. 4 page.  489

 

 

 

Davis, Gershum                                Moca 0867

           He  died  2 June, 1842 aged 87  he is buried in the  Lowells Corner Yard Cemetery

           in Buckfield, Maine

 

 

 

 

Davis, John I.                                   Moca 0869  

           He was born  Aug. 1756  prob in Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts and died 27

           April 1836 in Cutler, Maine.  He is buried there in the Old Cutler Cemetery. with a stone

           of black slalte located northwest corner of the lot

 

 

 

Davis, Joshua                                  Moca 0870     Order # 659

             He was born in Gorham, Maine and was a resident of Hartford, Maine He died and

             is buried there.

             Service:  He was a Pvt. in Capt. Jacobson's CO. at Valley Forge. 19, March 176

 

 

 

Davis, Moses                                    Moca 6517   Order # 1022

          He was born in Hampton, New Hampshire, and  was a resident of  Edgecomb, Maine

          He died there 18 Nov. 1824 and is buried in the family lot  with a gray stone.

          Service:  See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 4 page. 526

 

 

 

Davis, Nicholas                                Moca 3749  Order # 1227

           He was born in Salem, Massachusetts in 1735 and died in Limington, Maine in 1831

           He is buried there and has  a slate stone left of the gate.

           Service: see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol.l 4 page. 529-530

 

 

Davis, Philip                                 Moca 0872  Order # 0872

          He was born a bouth 1758 and died 6 July, 1861   He is buried  in the Fayette Corner

          Cemetery in Fayette, Maine  He has a SAR marker.   Placed by Mr. Underwood.

          He was married to Hannah  prior to  Feb. 1799  source: Page 103 and  157 of the

          History of Fayette

          Service:  He was in the Army for the town of Lexington from 17 July 1780.  Service,

          6 months 18 days.  at age. 22 years he was 5 ft. 9 inches and light complexion

 

 

 

Davis, Rowland  Capt.                        Moca 4932

           He was born in 1755 and died 25 Oct. 1824 at Falmouth, Maine where he was a

           resident. he is buried in the Pine Grove Cemetery in Falmouth, Maine  with a stone

           Service:  He  was in Capt.  and served with Capt. Samuel Noyes Co.  Col. Edmund

           Phinney's Regt. 15 May. 175 at Cambridge.  Oct. 1775  also  with Capt. James

           Merrill's Co.  COl. J. Mitchell's Regt.

 

 

 

Davis, Samuel                               Moca 0873  Order # 1051

             He was born in 1763 and died inm Standish, Maine 222 Jan. 1856. He is buried

             in the Village Cemetery in Standish. he has a marble stone.

             Service:  See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors  Vol.?  page. 569

 

 

 

Davis, Thomas                               Moca 0175  Order # 538

            He was born in France in 1759 and died in Hallowell, Maine 16 Nov. 1844

            He is buried in the Litchfield Cemetery in Hallowell, Maine.

            Service:  It states he came  to Newport with Count DeGrasse

 

 

 

Davis, Wendell                                 Moca 2721 

           He was born 15  Sept. 1761  prob at Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts he died

           2 June, 1846 at Farmington, Maine.  He is buried  in a private home Mosher Hill

           #1 Cemetery in Farmington, Maine  He has a stone of Granite

           He was married to Mary Smith 18 Feb. 1790  she borne 10 May, 1767 and died

           22 Jan. 1841      See Bank's History  of Martha's Vineyard.   Mary Smith was  the

           dau. of Ebenezer Smith  page 591 see Hatch's History of Industry, Maine.

           Obits in Franklin Chronicle  4 June. 1846   The Maine Farmer 11 June. 1846 and the

           Yankee Blade 14  Feb. 1844

           Children:  Cornelieus   b. 12 Sept. 1790

                         Polly              26 Dec. 1791  m. Jacob Eaton

                         Sally              26 Feb. 1795  m. Nenzir Boardman

 

 

 

Davis, William                                Moca    0861  Order # 131

            He was born in 1763 and died  4 Sept. 1846  in Eddington Bend, Maine

            Service:  He was a Pensioner under act of Congress 18 May. 1818. He was a Pvt

            in the Massachusetts Line.

 

 

 

Davis, William                                Moca 1707  Order # 290

           He  was born in 1757 and was a resident of Palermo, Maine he died there and is

           buried in the Greeley's Corner Cemetery in Palermo, Maine

           Service:  He was a Pvt. in Capt. Timothy Heald's Co. Col. Sam. McCobb's Regt.

           He enlisted 25 July. 179 and discharged 25 Sept. 1779.  serving  1 June 1776 to

           1 Sept. 1776     3 months at the Boothbay Coast Defense

 

 

Daws, John                                    Moca 3378   Order # 103

           He was born in 1746 and was a resident of Boothbay where he died 4 Nov. 1811

           and is buried in the Center Cemetery in Boothbay, Maine

           Service; He was a seaman on  Warren Buill made up for  voyage to St. Francis

           He sailed from Boothbay 4 Feb. 177.  Cap ? 12 March 1777

 

 

Day, Abraham                                  Moca  4934  Order # 166

          He was born in Georgetown, Maine 23 Aug. 1763 and died in Phippsburg 1 June

          1842 and is buried in the Old Sprague Cemetery in Phippsburg, Maine

          Service:  He enlisted  May 179 to Dec. 1779

 

 

 

Deake, George                                   Moca  6521  Order # 1029

          He was born and was a resident of Cape Elizabeth, Maine  where he died 8 March

          1821. He is buried in the Forest City Cemetery in South Portland, Maine located right

          to the gate.

          Service:  He was in Capt. David Strout's Co.  10 July to 31 Dec. 1776  in Col. Peter

          Noyes Regt. 21 May 1777 at Cape Elizabeth. 

 

 

 

 

Dean. Abraham                              Moca  0876  Ofrder # 84

          He was born in 1762 and  was a resident of Oxford, Maine and died there in 1831, and

          is buried in the East Oxford, Cemetery in Oxford, Maine.

          Service:  He was in  a Massachusetts Regiment

 

 

 

Dean, Ebenezer                            Moca  087  Order # 781

         He was born in Wiscasset, Maine 5 Dec. 1762 and was a resident of Canaan, Madison,

         Sangerville, Maine and died in Madison on 24 June. 1857

         Service:  He enlisted 18 May 1781 and served as a Pvt. and drummer in Capt. Miller and

         Fox's Co.  Col. Henry Jackson's Regt. and was discharged late in Dec. 1783

 

 

 

Dean, Edmund                                 Moca 0875   Order # 676

          He was born in Taunton, Massachusetts  and was a resident of Paris, Maine where

          He died 24 Oct. 1844.  He is buried in the Dean Cemetery in Paris, Maine  He has a

          stone of marble and is located back center.

          Service:  He was  drafted  April 1777 from Taunton into Capt. Joshua Wilbur's Co.

          He enlisted in Capt. Daniel Drake's Co.

 

 

 

Dean, John                                       Moca  017  Order # 292

            He was born in Dedham, Massachusetts 4 Oct. 1758 and was a resident of

            Francistown, New Hampshire and Palermo, Maine. he died in Palermo 28 March 1842

            and is buried in the Smith Cemetery in Palermo, Maine.

            Service:  He served under Crindle Fuller's Co. Minute men in Massachusetts. Capt. Lewis

            Co. COl. McIntosh. Capt. Quild's Co. COl. JOs. Whitney's Regt.. also on pay roll

            6 months.

 

 

 

Dearborn, Simon                                 Moca 4936  Order # 229

             He was born 17 Nov.  ? and was a resident of  Monmouth, Maine where he died

             17 July 1853 and is buried in the North Monmouth Cemetery in Monmouth, Maine.

             Service:  He served in 3rd N.H> Regt.  he enlisted from Epping  and was a Pensioner

 

 

 

Deering, Joseph                                    Moca 3381

           He is buried in the Eastern Cemetery in Portland, Maine Sec. E Lot 44

           Service: see Massachusetts Soldiers and  Sailors Vol. 4 page. 627

 

 

 

 

Delano, Amaziah                                  Moca 0879  Order# 1142

            He was born in 1758 in Falmouth, Maine and died  in Gray, Maine 22 Oct. 1850

            He is buried in the Grey Cemetery in Gray, Maine with a stone of Marble located

            front center of Cemetery.

            Service:  In Capt. Joseph Pride's Com. Col. Joseph Prime's Regt.  18 April 1780 to 6 Dec. 1780 at

            Eastern, Massachusetts

 

 

 

De Land. Ebenezer                                Moca

          He was born 21 Nov. 1761 at Kingston, Maine and died 24 Nov. 1837 at Woolwich,

          Maine. he is buried in the Nequasset South Cong. Church with a very old granite slab

          located in the middle of the cemetery

          Service:  He was a Pvt. in Capt. Samuel Bradford's Ist Duxbury Com. Col. Warren's

          Regt. which marched on the alarm of 19 April 1775

 

 

Delano, Jabez                                   Moca 2404  Order #  878                          389

          He was born in 1761 and was a resident of Livermore, Maine.   he died there 24 Aug.

          1848 and is buried in the Turner Bridge Cemetery in Livermore, Maine.  He has a stone

          of slate located  in the back right of the lot

          Service:  He was a Pensioner  

 

 

 

Demeritt, Daniel                                   Moca 0880

          He was born 23 Apr. 1760 and died 3 Apr. 1822 at Liberty, Maine. He is buried in

          the Mount Repose Cemetery, in Liberty, Maine. He has a marble stone located near

          center rear.

          Service:  He was a Pvt. in Capt. Geo. Tuttle's Co.  Col. Stephen Evans Regt. of N.H.

          Militia.  He joined the Continental Army under Gen. Gates at Saratoga, New York

          8 Sept. to  20 Oct. 1778

 

 

Dennen, Samuel                                Moca 0181  Lrder # 88

          He was born 5 Nov. 1733 in Gloucester, Massachusetts. and was a resident of

          Minot, Maine where he died in 1798.

          Service:  Maine Troops  returned prisioner on the Swift caratel from Canada

 

 

 

Dennett, Ebenezer                            Moca 6533        Order # 1301

          Buried in the Clough Cemetery in South Lewiston, Maine.

 

 

Dennison, David                               Moca 2405  Order # 213

         He was born  on Cape Ann, Massachusetts  15 Aug. 1760 and died in Freeport, Maine

         4 Oct. 1848 and is buried in the Burr Cemetery in Freeport, Maine.

         Service:  He enlisted as a Privateersman, was captured and held a prisioner for one

         year on Atiqua Island until the close of the war.

 

 

 

 

Devereux, Ralph Jr.                          Moca 2406  Order # 748

          He was born in Marblehead, Massachusetts 26 Oct. 1739 and was a resident there

          and Penobscot, Maine dying there  in March of 1824 and is buried in the Devereux

          Farm Cemetery in Penobscot, Maine.   He hasn't a head stone.

          Service:  He was a Pvt. in Col. Josiah Brewer's Penobscot Regt.  Militia petition from

          Penobscot to the General Court.  Ref. Mass Archives Vo. 183 page. 261,  Bangor

          History  Mag. Vol. 4 page. 12

 

 

 

Dickey, Eleazer                              Moca 0883

           He was born in 1760 and died 8 June 1853 in Monroe, Maine.  He is buried in the

           Mt. Solitude Cemetery in Monroe, Maine.  located left front facing the road.

           Service:  He was a Pvt. in Col. Sherburn's Regt.  Con. Army pay accounts of 

           service, from  23 April 1779 to 31 Dec. 1779.  Return of Officers and men belonging

           to Massachusetts in Col. Henry Sherburne's Regt.. dated Boston, 15 Mune. 1779

 

 

Dickey, William  (Dickee)                  Moca 0884  Order # 556

          He was born in Scotland in 1750 and died in Warren, Maine 16 Feb. 1822 and is

          buried in the Warren Cemetery in Warren, Maine.

          Service: He was in the Defense of Machias, Maine

 

 

 

Dillingham, Jeremiah                       Moca  2407  Order # 309

          He was born in Pembroke, Massachusetts in 1736 and died in Minot, Maine 11 April

          1823 and is buried in the Dillingham Hill Cemetery  in Auburn, Maine.

          Service:  He was a Pvt in Col Warren's Regt.   Alarm of 19 April of 1775

          He was a Pvt. in Lieut Samson's Duxbury Co.  in 20 Dec. 1776 for 15 days

 

 

 

Dillingham, John                         Moca 2408   Order # 327

          He was born in Pembroke, Massachusetts  25 Sept. 1762 and was a resident of Minot

          Maine, dying there 24 June. 1853 and is buried in the Dillingham Hill Cemetery in

          Auburn, Maine.

          Service:  He was a Pvt. in Capt. Henry's Massachusetts Co.  5 Oct. to  10 Nov. 1779

 

 

 

 

Dingley, Joseph  Capt.                       Moca 0887   Order # 996

          He was born in 1731 and was a resident of South Casco, Maine and died there

          25 Nov. 1808 and is buried in the Old Village Cemetery in South Casco, Maine

          He has a slate stone located left center of the Cemetery.

          Service.  He was a Capt. of Raymond Co. 4th Cumberland, Co. Rt. 29 Aug. 1776

          Also Capt.  of the 5th Co. Cumberland Co. Regt. 1777  Raymond and Otisfield, Maine

 

 

 

Dinslow, Joseph                              Moca  6536

          He is buried in the Village Cemetery in Bowdoinham, Maine  

          Service:  He was a Boatswain's Mate on the Sloop  FOX in  service 25 Nov. 1780

 

 

 

Doane, Ephriam                              Moca 0188  Order # 350

             He was born in 1769 and ided 2 Feb. 1804 and is buried in the Marston Cemetery

             in East Orrington, Maine.

             Service: see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vo. 4 page 805

 

 

 

 

Doane, Oliver                                     Moca 0189  Order # 346

           He was born in 1764 and was a resident of Orrington, Maine dying there 11 Oct.

           1841 and is buried in the Orrington Cor. Cemetery.

           Service:  He was  Pvt. in Capt. George Well's Co. William Shepherd's 3rd Regt.

           He was discharged 1 Nov. 1773

 

 

 

 

Dodge, Abner                                 Moca 1711  Order # 1711

          He was born in Beverly, Massachusetts in 1750 and was a resident  of Bridgton, Maine

          where he died 28 Jan. 1833 and is buried in the High st. Cemetery in Bridgton, Maine

          He has a slate sotne located right front in the old section.

          Service: He was in Capt. John Baker's Co. Col.   Moses Tuttle's Regt.    He enlisted

          13 May 1775 in service 11 Dec. 1775

 

 

 

 

Dodge, Paul  Col.                           Moca 1712  Order # 812

         He was born in Ipswich, Massachusetts in 1745 and died in Newcastle, Maine 28 Dec.

         1820 and is buried in the family cemetery in Newcastle, Maine.  located right of Entr.

         Service: He had active service in Massachusetts before coming to Maine in 1777

 

 

 

 

 

Dolbier, Benjamin                          Moca 0891  Order # 508

         He was born in Scotland 25, Dec. 1760 and was a resident of Needham, Mass.

         He died in Freeman, Maine 26 Jan. 1837 and is buried in the Freman Ridge Cemetery

         in Freeman, Maine.

         Service: He was a Pvt. in Capt. Ebenezer Battle's Co. Col William MacIntosh Regt.

         He enlisted 23 March 1778 and discharged 5 April 1778.  service. 15 days

         He reinforced the Continential Army for a term of  6 months.  He was engaged from the

         Town of Needham

 

 

 

 

Dole, Amos                              Moca 0191  Order # 349

          He was born in Orrington, Maine  Sept. 1759 and died there 20 July 1832 and is

          buried in the Marston Cemeteryh in East Orrington, Maine.

          Service:  See Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 3 page. 46

 

 

 

 

Dole, Richard                       Moca 0892  Order # 874

          He was born in West Newburym Massachusetts  3 Feb. 1736 and was a resident

          of Windham, Maine and died later in Hebron, Maine in 1825.  He is buried in the

          Brynat Cemetery in East Oxford, Maine.   He has  a government  stone, located NW

          of the Holmes lot.

          Service:  He was a Corp. in Capt. Benjamin Walcott's Co. Col. Thomas Marshall's

          Regt.  for  3 years.  He was at  Valley Forge and also in the battle of Brandy Wine,

          Germantown and  Saratoga

 

 

 

Donham, James                           Moca 0894   Order # 673

          He was born  in Feb. of 1754.  He was a resident of Hebron, Maine and died there

          16 Nov. 1836 and is buried in the Beerce Cemetery in Hebron, Maine.  He has a stone

          tall slate and located next to  the road in front.

          Service:  Note: His grandson Rufus Donham of Bryant's Pond, Maine joined the SAR

          on his service

 

 

 

Dorman, Israel                           Moca 0192         

           He was born in Arundel, Maine in 1765 and died  in Kennebunkport 31 Aug. 1843

           He is buried  in the family cemetery  located beside a brook , he has a slate stone.

           Service:  He served at Bunker Hill as a Pvt. under Capt. Elden.

 

 

 

 

Dorr, Jonathan                           Moca 6545

          He was born   10 Feb. 1748-49 in Roxbury, Massachusetts and died after 1790 in

          Columbia, Maine.  He is buried in the  Valley Cemetery in Columbia, Maine.  No stone,

          located near Bert Tibbett's Lot.

          Service:Enlisted from  Number 4 in Lincoln County, Province of Maine.

          He also lived in  Dover, New Hampshire before moving to Columbia, Maine.

 

 

 

 

Doten, Samuel Jr.                     Moca 2410  Order # 1033

         He was born in Massachusetts in 1758 and died in Yarmouth, Maine 2 Nov. 1847

         He is buried in the Walnut Hill Cemetery in North Yarmouth, Maine. Located near the

         front. with a government stone.

         Service:  Served as a seaman  on the Brigantine under Capt. Sampson . He enlisted

         29 April 1776 and discharged 22 Sept. 1776

 

 

 

 

Doughty, James                         Moca 3384  Order # 1143

         He was born in 1755 in Falmouth, Maine and died in Gray, Maine 30 Jan. 1820

         He is buried in the Grey Cemetery in Gray, Maine with a stone of slate located left front.

         Service:  He saw service in Capt. John Brackett;s Co. Ed Phinney's Regt. 21 April 1775

         also Col. Jackson's  REgt.  long list of Service.  see page.  900 of Soldier of Maine

         Discharged 7 July 1780.

 

 

 

Doughty, Joseph                       Moca 1714  Order # 1245

         He was born  in Falmouth in 1754 and died in Portland 3 Sept. 1838.  He is buried

         in the Forbes Cemetery in Portland, Maine.  has a slate stone, located in the center.

         Service:  see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors   Vol. ?  page. 901

 

 

 

Doughty, Nathaniel                    Moca 6547

         He was born in 1763 and died in 1835 at Chebeague Island, Maine. He is buried in

         the  Chebeague Cemetery  near the Church.  Gov. issue stone.

         Service:  He enlisted at Freeport, was on Pension list. He served as a Pbvt. in Jackson's

         Co.   Sprts, Mass, Regt.   see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. ? page 34

 

 

 

Doughty, Stephen                   Moca 2411  Order # 384

         He was born  in 1750 and was a resident of Topsham, Maine  where he died 22 July

         1834 and is buried in the Doughty Farm Cemetery in Topsham, Maine.

          Service:  was in Col. Mitchell's Regt.  stationed at Falmouth in Cumberland Co.

          List of  Aug. 1776 to Nov. 23,  time of his discharge

 

 

 

Douglas, John                          Moca 3385 

         He was born in 1755 and was a resident of Bridgton, Maine where he died 6 March

         1851.  He is buried in the South Bridgton Cemetery with a marble stone located in front.

         Service:  He enlisted in 1775 in Capt. Ebenezer Hayes Co. 1st New Hampshire Regt.

 

 

 

Dow, Daniel                               Moca

         He was born 9 Oct. 1737/8 at Salisbury, Massachusetts and died  18 Sept. 1816 at

         Epping, New Hampshire.  He is buried in the family cemetery in Epping. no stone

         Service: He was a Pvt. in Capt. J. Gilman's Co. Col. John Nixon's  muster roll 1 Aug.

         1775  He enlisted 10 May 1775 service: 2 months 26 days.   Return date. 9 Nov.1776

         also same Co. and Regt.  receipts for wages for Sept. - Dec. 1776   Capt. Joseph Eaton

         Co. Col. Samuel Johnson's Regt.  enlisted 15 Aug. 1775  discharged 30 Nov. 1777

 

 

Dow, Joseph  Capt.                   Moca 0895  Order # 1052

         He was born  in Falmouth, Maine in 1758 and was a resident of Standish, Maine

         where he died 31 Oct. 1805  and is buried in the Dow's Corner Cemeter in Standish.

         He has a slate stone located in the  front.

         Service:  Pvt. in Capt. Ben Hooper's CO. Enlisted 1 Oct. 1776 to  1778

 

 

 

 

Downing,  John                          Moca 1716  Order # 306

          He was born   1 Feb 1766 and was a resident of Auburn, Maine where he died 12

          Sept. 1852 and is buried in the North Auburn Cemetery in Auburn, Maine

          Service:  He enlisted  14 April 1782 and discharged from the American Regt. 30 June

          1784

 

 

 

Downing, Samuel                      Moca 6551                                                 421

         He was born in Andover, Massachusetts 3 jan. 1765 and died 30 Sept.  1847 in Minot

         Maine. He is buried in the Mount Auburn Cemetery  located on  Alder lane. grave has

         a marble stone.

         Service.  Receipt dated 4 May 1782  Boston,  for bounty paid said Downing.

         by Capt. Benjamin Ames, Chairman of Class  13 of Town of Andover, Mass. to serve

         in the Continental Army for the term of  3 years.  See Mass Soldiers and Sailors Vo. 4

         page.931

 

 

 

 

 

Drake, Ebenezer                             Moca 0898   Order # 677

          He was born in Bridgewater, Massachusetts and became a resident of  Hebron, Maine

          He died there 14 Dec. 1829 and is buried in the New Cemetery in Mechanic Falls, Maine

          He has a  marble stone and granite monument located center of large lot.

          Service:   He was on the Pension Roll in 1819

 

 

 

Drake, Oliver                              Moca 0197   Order # 912

         He was born inTaunton, Massachusetts in 1760 and was a resident of Leeds, Maine

         where he died in March of 1828 and is buried in the  Addison Cor. Cemetery in Leeds.

         Service:  see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 4 page 952

 

 

 

 

Dresser, Elijah                         Moca 4940   Order# 1073

            He was born   in 1750 and resided in Turner, Maine where he died 19 April,  1815

            He is buried in the Upper Street Cemetery  in Turner.  has a marble stone located

            on the right front of the lot.

           Service:  He was  a Pensioner for service as a Pvt. in the Massachusetts Line.

 

 

Dudley, Nathan  Lieut.                 Moca 6553  Order #  1263

           He was born in Sudbury, Massachusetts and resided in  Hebron, Maine  He died there

           19 Feb. 1838 and is buried in the Bucknam Cemetery in Minot, Maine

           He has a government stone.

           Service:   he was pensioned in  1819

 

 

 

 

Dudley, Paul                                Moca 0404   Order # 145

             He was born in West Roxbury, Massachusetts 29 July  1757

             He died 22 Feb. 1847 and is buried in the Village Cemetery in North Milford, Maine

             Service:  He served in Capt. Lemuel Child's Roxbury Co.  and was a Pensioner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dummer, Jeremiah                          Moca 6556   Order # 512

           He was born in Newbury, Massachusetts 27 Aug. 1763 and was a resident of

           Hallowell, Maine  He is buried in the Hallowell Cemetery.

           Service:  He was a Private in Capt. McGillis Co. 1780

 

 

 

 

Dummer, Richard                           Moca 3390  Order # 515

            He was born in Newbury, Massachusetts 19 March 1755 and was a resident of

            Hallowell, Maine. He is buried in the Hallowell Cemetery.

            Service:  He was a Pvt. in Capt. Jon Freis' Co.

 

 

 

 

Dunbar, Daniel                            Moca 0805   Order # 994

          He was born in Bridgewater, Massachusetts in 1747 and was a resident of Warren

          Maine. He died 20 Sept. 1824 and is buried in the Old Town Cemetery in Warren.

          Service:  He enlisted and was appointed COrp. in Capt. Nathan Mitchell's co.

          Minuteman,  marched  19 April 17775 and served 11 days.  Also  a Sergt. in Capt.

          John Porter's Co. Col. Paul Dudley Sargent's Mass. Regt..  He enlisted again  7 July 1775  service 1 month

          3 days

 

 

 

 

Dunbar, David                           Moca 0906

             He was born 20 NOv. 1756 and died 6 March 1840 in Penobscot, Maine.  He was

             a resident of Scituate, Massachusetts before coming to Maine.  He is buried in the

             family cemetery in Penobscot, Maine. in the Central section off rt. 199

             Service:  He was a Pvt. in Capt. Newcombn's Company, muster return of independant

             companys stationed at Hull,  1 March 1777 mustered by Daniel Souther,

 

 

 

 

 

Dunbar, Elijah                             Moca 0907  Order 795

            He was a resident of Nobleboro, Maine and died 12 Jan. 1844 and is buried in the

            Town Cemetery in Nobleboro, Maine.

            Service:  He was a Pvt. in Capt. Caleb Turner's Co.    see Massachusetts Soldiers

            and Sailors Vol. 5 page 37 and also see Flaggs Pensioners page. 35

 

 

 

 

Dunbar, Jacob.                         Moca 0200   Order #4

           He was born in Hingham, Massachusetts in  1741 and was a resident of Pembroke

           Maine. he died there 26 Sept. 1840 and is buried in the Town Cemetery in Pembroke.

           He has a  stone  located at  the extreme right as one enters the yard, about half way

           to the top of the hill. near Capt. Wilder's

           Marker sent to Byron Lurchin of Pembroke  in May 1931

           Service: He was in Gen Lincoln's Regiment.  he was a Pensioner.  He lived to the age

           of 99

 

 

 

Dunbar, Jesse                          Moca 0908   Order # 794

             He was born in Hingham, Massachusetts in 1744 and  resided there before coming

             to Nobleboro, Maine. He died 1806 and is buried in the Town Cemetery in Nobleboro

             Service:  He was a Pvt. in Capt. James Lincoln's Co. Col. Benjamin Lincoln's Regt.

             He enlisted  27 April 1776   see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors, also the

             History of Hingham, Mass. page. 278

 

 

 

Dunbar, Solomon                       Moca 0201   Order # 503

             He was born in Hingham, Massachusetts 18 Sept. 1709 and was a resident of

             Newcastle, Maine. he died 1795 and is buried in the Glidden Cemetery  in Newcastle

             Service.   all is listed in  Private

 

 

 

 

Dunbar, Ammi                            Moca 0203   Order # 112

            He was a resident of Jefferson, Maine and was born in  1765.  He died in 1845 and

            is buried in the Trask Cemetery in South Jefferson, Maine.

            service:  sss Maine Rev. Pensioners by Flagg. also the Massachusetts Soldiers and

            Sailors.

 

 

Dunham, Benjamin                       Moca 2414  Order # 1291

            He was born  Jan. 1767 and died 4 Dec. 1850 and is buried in the Quaker Cemetery

            in Leeds, Maine.

            Service:  He was on the Penobscot Expedition

 

 

 

Dunham, Cornelius                       Moca 0910                                            437

               He was born  17 Sept.  1748 in Carver, Massachusetts and died 15  July 1835

               in Bristol, Maine.  He is buried in the Burnside Cemetery in Pemaquid, Point

               Bristol, Maine located  in the center of the Cemetery he has a field stone with

               bronze pllaque.

               Service: He enlisted 13 Oct. 1775 and served to  Dec. 1775

               stationed at Martha's Vineyard.  Sea Coastal Defense. 1777  he served as a Pvt. in

               Capt. Abel Dinsmore's Co. Col. David Field's Regt.  Mass. Troops

 

 

 

Dunlap, Hugh                                   Moca 0204  Order # 682

 

             He is buried in the Maquoit Cemetery in Brunswick, Maine.

             Service: see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors vol. 5 page. 54

 

 

Dunn, Christopher                             Mocaa 2742 order # 492

          He was a resident of Belgrade, Maine and died 1 April 1838 and is buried in the

          Belgrade Cemetery .

          Service: He was in  Capt. Richard Mayberry's Co.  Col. Francis  Regt. Mass. Line

 

 

 

Dunn, Joshua                                   Moca 4014

          He died 7 June 7 1848 age 88,  and is buried in the Highland Yard Mequir Hill

          Cemetery in  West Poland, Maine. He has a slate stone

 

 

 

 

Dunning, Andrew                              Moca 0205  Order # 826

         He was born in Harpswell, Maine in 1727 and died there 27 May, 1808 and is buried

         in the Center Cemetery in Harpswell Center.

         Service:  He was on the Committee of Inspection  of Safety and Supply in 1778

         see History of Brunswick, Topsham,and Harpswell by Wheeler,  page 169

 

 

 

 

Dunning, Benjamin                          Moca 0206  Order # 829

          He was born in Harpswell, Maine in 1737 and died there 8 Jan. 1808 and is buried

          in the center cemetery in Harpswell Center.  He has a stone  located in the front near

          the fence.   Marker sent to  Bertram e. Brown of BRUNSWICK>

          Service:  He served as a Lieut in war.  He also served on the committee of Inspection

          and Safety & Supply.  see History of Brunswick, Topsham, and harspwell by Wheeler

          page 734

 

 

 

 

Dunning, JOHN                           Moca 2415  Order # 285

          He was a resident of Brunswick, Maine where he died 11 July, 1839 and is buried

          in the Maquoit Cemetery in Brunswick, Maine.  He has a stone.

          Service:  He was a Pvt in Capt. James Curtis's Co.  muster roll dated 1 Aug. 1775

          He enlisted 17 May, 175 and served 3 months. also in Capt. Curtis 2nd Co. col. James

          Cargill's Regt.  He enlisted 9  Aug. 1775  service, 5 months 5 days.  see Massachusetts

          Soldiers and Sailors  Vol. 6 page. 64

 

 

 

Dunning, Robert                         Moca 3391   order # 283

         He was a resident of Brunswick, Maine and died 7 Oct. 1804 and is buried in the

         Maquoit Cemetery in Brunswick, Maine.  He has a stone.

         service:  He was a 2nd Lieut in Capt. Winthrop Baston's Com.  Col. French's Regt.

         Massachusetts Milita, raised in Bristol and Cumberland County, stationed at Winter Hill

         27 Feb. 1776.  see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol.  5 page 65

 

 

 

 

Durell, Peter                                 Moca 3392  Order # 1274

         He was born in Newton, Massachusetts  1 Aug. 1757 and was a resident of Paris, Maine

         He died there (no date on record)  He is buried in the Durell Cemetery in Paris, Maine.

         He doesn't have a stone.

         Service:   At Marblehead in Capt. Ebenezer Winship's Com. Col. Nixon's Regt.. receipt

         for advanced pay dated Cambridge 10 June, 1775

 

 

 

Durham, John                             Moca 0208

         He  died at Belfast, Maine 9 June 1825 and is buried in the Grove Cemetery in Belfast.

         He is in the old section with a polished granite stone. located on right facing street

         range 19 lot 10

 

 

 

Durham, Moses                             Moca 6561  Order # 646

          He was born in Plymouth County, Massachusetts and became a resident of Hartford

          where he died 15 Sept. 1845 and is buried in the cox Cemetery in Hartford, Maine.

          Service:  see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 5 page. 46

 

 

 

Durham, Tolford                          Moca 0913

           He died in Belfast, Maine 13 Nov. 1836 and is buried in the Grove Cemetery in Belfast.

           He is located in the Old section  range 19  lot 10  he has a polished stone

 

 

 

 

Durrel,  Joseph                           Moca 4942  Order # 465

            He is buried in the Village Cemetery in Bingham, Maine.  (no service record)

 

 

 

Dutton, John                           Moca 0914

             He was born in 1738 at Chelmsford, Massachusetts and died 1 May 1818 in

             Starks, Maine.  He is buried in the Oxbow Cemetery, Norridgewock, Maine.

             located front row,  with a marble stone

             Service: He was a Pvt. inCapt. John Minot's Com. Col. Dike's Regt. Chelmsford, Ma

             He was also at Dorchester Heights,  SServed from 1775 to 1783   see Massachusetts

             Soldiers and Sailors Vol.  5 page. 99

 

 

 

Dwinel, Jacob                           Moca 0209      Order # 679

           He was born in Worcester,Massachusetts in 1746 and became a resided of Mechanic

           Falls, Maine. he died there 20 Aug. 1831 and is buried in the new Cemetery in

           Mechanic Falls Maine.  He has a stone of slate,  located in the center of large lot.

           Service: Minuteman at Concord, Massachusetts

 

 

Dwinel, Aaron  (Dwinell)                  Moca 3393  Order # 1292

             He was born  in 1764 and died 5 Aug. 1844 and is buried in the Lothrop Cemetery

             in Leeds, Maine.

             Service:  He was a Pvt. in Capt. Storer's Co.  Springfield

 

 

 

 

 

Dyer, Ephriam                                Moca 0916

             He was born in 1758 and died 6 July, 1833 at East Sullivan, Maine.

             He is buried in a private cemetery located in back of Gibson H. Hanna's house in

             East Sullivan.  HE HAS  A STONE

 

 

 

Dyer, Isaac  Rev.                          Moca 2410   Order # 1242

             He was born in Cape Elizabeth, Maine in 1769 and was a resident of Limington,

             Maine.  he died there 31 oct. 1843

             Service: He was in Capt. Lowell's Com. in 1777 with service at  Portland, Maine

 

 

 

Dyer, James                               Moca 1751   order # 79                               __455__

          He was born in Turo, Massachusetts in 1752 and was a resident of New Sharon, Maine

          He died tere 1 Oct. 1843 and is buried in New Sharon, Maine   He has a stone located

          near the road.

          Service:  He was in   capt. Reukben Higgin's Com. of Minutemen in 1778 from  Truro

          Massachusetts.

                           

 

 

 

Eames, Jacob Jr.                         Moca 2417  Order # 520

             Born in Wilmington, Massachusetts in 1756 and died in Woolwich, Maine in 1839

             and is buried in the Woolwich Cemetery.

             Service:  He responed to  Lexington alarm as a Pvt. in Capt. Timothy Waller's Co. Co. Br

             Col. Breen's Regt.

 

 

 

Eaton, Ebenezer                                 Moca 2420  Sar # 2008

           He was born in 1768 at Candia New Hampshire and died 13 Nov. 1838 in Wilton,

           Maine.  He is buried in the East. Wilton Cemetery.  Has a granite stone and is located

           in the first row of the old section .

           Service:  He served in Mass. and N.H. Lines.  Pension lists of Flagg.

           He married Apphia ?   children: Sophia & Apphia twins b. Candia. died 10/12/1800

           GTappan b. Candia 12/7/1795

           Jacob. b. 1'15' 1798 in Wilton, Maine

           Eben. b.  5/14/1800 Wilton, Maine

           Joshua   b. 2/4/1802

           Apphia b. 10/12/1803 d. 9/28/1804

           Daniel b. 6/27/1805

 

 

Eaton, Jonathan                Moca 2926

          He was born 6 Sept. 1745 in Haverhill, Massachusetts and died 1805 in Deerisle, Maine

          He is buried in the Old Settlers Cemetery, Deer Isle, Maine  has a marble stone.  located

           left of entrance about half way down the length of the cemetery

          Service:  Pvt. in Capt. Nathaniel Fales Co. (Old Hancock County Families)  He served at

          Michias, Maine by order of jonathan Buck

 

 

 

Eaton, Moses                          Moca 3402

          He was born 23, March 1746 at Haverhill, Massachusetts and died 6 June 1807 in

          Sedgwick, Maine.  He is buried in the rural cemetery in sedwick.  grave marked with

          a tall slate stone   locataed 9 rows from the front.

 

 

 

 

Eddy, Elias                            Moca 0930  Order # 631

           Born in Norton, Massachusetts in 1757 and died in Eddington, Maine in 1808

           He is buried  in the North West corner of the Eddington, Cemetery.

           Service:  He was a Pvt. in Capt. Joseph Cole's Co.  Col. John Jacob's Regt.  He enlisted

           24 June 1778.  service 6 months 9 days at Rhode Island.  Also service in Capt. Isaac

           Hodge's Co. Col. George Williams Regt

 

 

 

 

 

Eddy, Ibrook                                Moca 3403  Order #353

          He was born in Norton, Massachusetts on 9 Jan. 1754 and died in Eddington, Maine

          6 Jan. 1833 and is buried in the North Eddington Cemetery.

          Service:  His widow (second wife) Lona Pratt on the U.S. Pension list of 1840

 

 

 

Eddy, Jonathan. Col.                     Moca 0931   Order # 632

         He was a resident of  Eddington, Maine where he died in 1804 and is buried in the

         burial ground in  Eddington Bend.

         Service:  Various enlistments see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors.  He was in Capt.

         Ambros Seer's detachment of Indians  serving under him in the expedition against Fort

         Cumberland in Nova Scotia Oct. Nov. and Dec. of 1776

         He was born in 1726 at Norton, Massachusetts  and died in Eddington, Maine.

         He was a Captain in 1758 and a Colonel in the Colonial Army in 176

 

 

 

Edgecomb, Nicholas                      Moca 3404  Order # 2051

          He was born in Saco, Maine 11 March 1741 and died in South Limington, Maine Jan.

          1815.  He is buried in the South Edgecomb Cemetery in South Limington, Maine.

           He has a stone (fieldstone)   SAR marker placed by Robert Taylor on 23 Apr. 1981

           SERVICE:  He was a Pvt. in Capt. Benjamin Hooper's Co.  (Seacoast Co. )

           for a period of six months,  see Mass. Soldiers and Sailors

         

 

 

 

 

Edgerly, Richard                             Moca 7421  Order # 1228

         He was born in 1762 and resided in Limington, Maine  He was born in  Durham, N.H.

         12 June 1762 and died 23 Nov. 1840 in Limington, Maine   He is buried there in Limington

          with slate stone.

          Service:  Old SAR record.

 

 

 

 

Edminister, Noah                           Moca 3405 Order # 403

         He was born in Massachusetts in 1745 and was a resident of Dixmont,Maine. Dying

         there 28 Jan. 1838 and is buried in the Knowlton  cemetery in Newburgh, Maie

         Service record not found

 

 

 

Edwards, Joshua                          Moca 0218  order  # 220

          He was born in York, Maine in 1750 and was a resident of Gardiner and is buried in the

          Sampson Cemetery in West Gardiner.  grave is located on the right side of driveway

          near stone of Paul Dyer.

          Service;  see DAR Lineage Books Vol. 41 page. 272

 

 

 

Edwards, William                              Moca 0934  Irder # 894

          He was born in Haverhill Massachusetts 27 April 1755 and was a resident of Otisfield

          Maine dying there 15 Dec. 1847 and is buried in the South Cemetery in Otisfield.

          he has a marble stone and is located near the front center of the  cemetery.

          Service:  He served with capt. Nathaniel Gage's Co. Col. Jacob Gerrish's Co. of Guards

          19 Dec. 177 to 3 April 1778

 

 

 

Elder, John                                     Moca 0936  Order # 1202

         He was born in 1752 and was a resident of Limington, Maine where he died 15 May

         1828. He is buried  there  with a slate stone located on the left hand  side of cemetery.

         Service:  He served on the Penobscot expedition.

 

 

 

Elder, William                                Moca 1722 Order # 1203

          He was born  in 1725 and resided in Windham,Maine where he died in 1799 and is

          buried there with a slate stone located on the  right side of the cemeter. (Anderson

          cemetery ) in South Windham, Maine.

          Service:  He was in Capt. Knight's Co.  12 to 25 Oct. 1775 at Falmouth. with Col.

          Mitchell's regt.

 

 

 

Eldridge, Daniel                         Moca 0937 

          He was born in Gorham, Maine and died 10 July 1832 at Buxton, Maine.  He is buried

          at the Woodlawn Cemetery in Buxton, with a slate stone located right rear.

          Service:  He was a Pvt. in Capt. Sam Whitmore's Co. Col. Fogg's 3rd Cumberland

          Company.  He enlisted 28 March 1778 and discharged in 1780.  See Vol.  5 page.

           264  Mass. Soldiers and Sailors of the Rev. War.

 

 

 

Elliot, Jedidiah                           Moca 0223  Order # 1332

            He is buried in the  Purington Yard in Windham, Maine

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ellis, Freeman                            Moca 0938  Order # 149

          He was born in Plymton, Massachusetts 18 July 1745 and was a resident of Hartford,

          Maine dying there 15 March 1802 and is buried in the M.E. Cemetery in Hartford, Maine

          Service:  no record found

 

 

 

 

 

Ellis, Robert                               Moca 4229  Order # 976

         Born in 1766 and was a resident of New Hampshire and died in West Sidney, Maine

         25 Nov. 1846 and is buried in the Longley Yard in West Sidney, Maine

         Service:  Me Pensioners... see Flagg (N.H. Rev. Rolls)

 

 

 

Elwell, Benjamin                       Moca 4230   Order #  1366

           He was born 3 Oct. 1765 and died  Oct. 1846 in Buxton, Maine. where he was a

           resident.  He is buried in the Martins Cemetery in West Buxton. with a marble stone

           located in front of cemetery.

           Service.  in Capt. daniel Lane's Co.  Col. Allen's  6th  regt.  He was discharged

           in 1780.  see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Vol. 5 page. 330

 

 

 

Emerson, Edward                      Moca 0224   Order # 104\

           He was born in Topsfield, Massachusetts in 1738 and was a resident of Edgecomb

           Maine where he died  in 1794 and is buried in the Center cemetery in Boothbay, Maine

           Service:  see History of Boothbay Inspection of Safety 1777 -1778

             He held town offices during different years of the war.

 

 

 

 

Emery, Jacob                         Moca 0939  

           He was born in 1757 and died in 1844.  He was a resident of Waterboro, Maine

           He is buried in the Waterboro Cemetery on the West  orad on left about 2 miles from

           Waterboro Old Corner Church.  He has a stone located in the center of the cemetery

 

 

 

Emery, Thomas  LIEUT.                             Moca 4241   Order # 1339

            HE IS buried in the Tory Hill Yard in Buxton, Maine

 

 

 

 

 

 

Erskine, Alexander                 Moca 0226  Order 3 813

            He was born in salem, Massachusetts in 1749 and was a resident of Bristol, Maine

            He died their on 20 Feb. 1826 and is buried inthe Erskimne  Cemetery in Bristol, Maine

            He has a marble stone

            Service:  He was in the Continential Army and a body guard to general Washington.

 

 

 

 

eustis, Jacob.                        Moca 2422  Order  # 847

          He was born in 1766 and was a resident of Prospect, Maine.  He died there 26 Sept.

          1828 and is buried in the sandy Point Cemetery at Stockton, Springs, Maine

          Service:  He was a pensioner under act of 18 March 1818  a Private in the Mass line

          Hancock company.   Ref. Flagg's Maine Rev. Pensioner pag. 38  also see Maine Hist.

          Col  7 page 99

 

 

 

Evans, Benjamin                    MOca 0227  Order # 1074

         He was born inm Freetown, Massachusetts in 1749  and was a resident of Freetown

         Massachusetts.  He died 30 March 1826 in Turner, Maine.

         Service:  Pensioner  in service in Massachusetts Militia

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eveleth, Isaac                      Moca 2423  Order 3 1099

          He was born in 1760 and died 3 Oct. 1843  at New Gloucester, Maine, He is buried

          in the  New Gloucester Cemetery, Maine  He has a stone.

          Service:  He was  a Pvt. in Capt. Isaac Parou's Co. Col. Primes Regt. May1780 and was

          discharged 22 Dec. 1780  Gen. Wadsworeth. Eastovul roll service to  North Yarmouth

 

 

 

 

Eveleth, Nathaniel, Capt.             Moca 0228 

          He died  23 Nov. 1824 age. 8  and is buried in the New Gloucester Cemeter, lower

          corner

 

 

 

 

Ewing, Joseph                         Moca 1725  Order 3 819

         He was born in Harpswell, Maine in 1760 and died their 20 Oct. 1846 and is buried in the

         Center Cemetery in Harpswell, Maine.

         Service:  He was on the Penobscot expedition. roll dated  Harpswell sworn to at No.

         Yarmouth, Maine

 

 

 

 

Fairbanks, Abijah                        Moca 2424

         He is buried in the Metcalf Yard in Winthrop, Maine   see History of Winthrop, pages

         123 - 153 by Stackpole

 

 

 

Fairbanks, Benjamin,               Moca 6581

            He was born in 1759 and died in 1836

            He is buried in the Rome Cemetery in Rome, Maine.

            Service:  He was a Pvt. in the N.H. line.  He resided in Kennebec Co. Pensioners. HE

            was on the pay roll of Capt. john Brensten's Co. Col. Lan's TRegt. in 1777. and

            again in same Co.   He marched to Ticonderoga, New York  see rev. rolls Vol. 1

 

 

 

Fairbanks, Elijah                     Moca 2425

          He is buried in the fairbanks ard in Winthrop, Maine.  See Stackpole's  Hist. of Winthrop

          pages 123 - 153

 

 

 

Fairbanks, Nathaniel Col.                 Moca 2426   Order # 245

          He was born in Dedham, Massachusetts 13 July. 1754 and later was a resident of

         WINTHROP, Maine.   He died in Wayne, Maine 27 March 1830 and is buried in the

         Maple cemetery in Wayne, Maine.

         Service: He marched to Cambridge on the first alarm.  He enlisted in Capt. Samuel

         McCobb's Co. COl. John Nixon's regt. in 172  he served imn Arnold's expedition to

         Quebec in 1775 and was in seige of Boston

 

 

Fairservice, Thomas                  Moca 2427  Order # 48

          He was born in 1761 and died in Alna, Maine in 1849 and is buried in the village

          Cemetery.  He has a stone and it reads A REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIER'

          Service; he volunteered to serve at age 16 as a substitue and acted as guard after

          the surrender of Burgoyne.   N.S.D.A.R.  25301

 

 

 

Farnham, Jonathan                   Moca 0961  Order # 151

           Born in Plymouth on 7 Ddec. 1753 he was a resident of East Boothbay where he

           died 29 May, 1823 and is buried in the Town Cemetery in Boothbay

           Service:  He was a Major  in the service of Washington's body guard, at Valley Forge

           see History of Town of Boothbay, Maine

 

 

 

Farnham, Ralph                         Moca 0962  Order 3 430

         He was born in Lebanon, Maine (card says New Hampshire) 7 July 1756 and was

         a resident there and Acton, Maine where he died 26 Dec. 1860 and is buried in the

         Farnham cemetery in Acton, Maine.

         Service:  He enlisted in 1775 and engaged in battle of Bunker hill, June `17, 1775

         Bunker Hill monument gives a record of his being the last survivor of the battle

 

 

 

Farnsworth, William                         Moca 5209   Order # 844

          He was born  in 1753 and was a resident of Waldoboro, Maine.  he died there 5 Oct.

          1837 and is buried in the Brookland cemetery in Waldoboro.  HE HAS A STONE

          Service:  He was in the Defense of the seacoast at Machias, Maine..

 

 

 

 

 

Farrow, John                                 Moca 6465  Order # 797

             He was a resident of Washington, Maine and died there on 27 March 1847 and

             is buried in the Town Cemetery in Washington, Maine.  He has a head stone. located

             in the center back.

             Service:  He was a Pvt in Capt. Cook's Co. Col. Band's Regt  Original declared in

             1818 certificate # 13, 287

 

 

 

Fay, Silas                                     Moca 0967  Order # 437

              He was a resident of Princeton, Maine and died in Camden in 1838.  He is buried

              in the Mountain St. Cemetery in Camden, Maine

              Service:  He was a Pvt and Corp. imn  capt. Joseph Saragent's Co. Col Sparhawk's

              Regt..  A Pensioner. see Flaggs Indx p. 39 and the Massachusetts Soldiers and

              Sailors Vol.  5 page. 58

 

 

 

Fenderson, John Corp.                        Moca 1729  Order # 768

             He was born in scarborough, Maine 15 July 1756 and was a resident of Parsonsfield

             where he died on 24 June 1853, and is buried in the East Parsonsfield Cemetery

             He has a stone slab and is located in the south center of the cemetery.

             Service:  He was a corporal and at one time was  aid de camp to Lafayette.

             He was discharged at West Point 4 Jan. 1781 by T. Hunt  Capt.

 

 

 

Field, Joseph Dea.                 Moca 0239   Order # 1368

            He was born in 1753 and died in 1831 at Lewiston, Maine.  He is buried in the Davis

            Cemetery in Lewiston, Maine with a marble stone located near the gate.

            Service: He was in Capt. Worthley's Co.   see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors

            vol. 5 page. 656

 

 

 

Fields, Thomas                          Moca 0936  Order # 929

             HE WAs a resided of New Sharon, Maine where he died on 1 Jan. 1843 and is

             buried in the Village cemetery in New Sharon, Maine.

             Service:  says he was a Pensioner

 

 

 

Fifield, Ebenezer                          MOCA 3416   Order # 716

            He was born in Kingston, New Hampshire imn 1751 and  was a resident of

            Readfield, Maine where died on 3 June 1834 and is buried in East Readfield cemetery

            Service: see late papers of the N.H. Vol. 14

 

 

Files, Samuel                            Moca 0972   Order # 1165

           He was born  4 Aug. 1759 and was a resident of Gorham, Maine. he died there

           11 April 1835 and has a  marble stone.

           Service:  he was a Pvt in capt. William Hart's Co. Col. Ed Phinney's Regt

           He was at Fort George  8 Dec. 17776  (Penobscot Expedition)

 

 

Files, William                 MOCA 0973   Order # 1166

          He was born 15 Aug. 1761 and was a resident of Gorham, Maine  where he died

          21 March 1823 and is buried there, has a govt. stone located center of the cemetery.

          Service:  Penobscot Expedition

 

 

 

Fillebrown, James                   Moca 1731  Order # 247

             He was born in Easton, Massachusetts in 1757 and was a resident of  Readfield, Maine

             where he died 4 April 1838 and is buried in the Readfield Cemetery.

             Service: see History of WINTHROP, Maine by Stackpole   page not given

             also see Sprague's Journal Vol. 9 page 1 and 26

 

 

Fillebrown, Thomas                Moca 2433

            He is buried in the East Wimnthrop Yard.   see  Stackpole's Hist. of Winthrop, Maine

            pages 1243- 153

 

 

 

Finson, Thomas  Major                  Moca 0246 

           He was born in 1755 and died 30 Jan. 1807 in Danville, Maine.  He is buried in the

           Fitz cemetery in Auburn, Maine ( Old Danville road) he has a stone and is located  in

           the right front of the cemetery.

           Service; HE WAs in Capt. John Rowe's Co.  Col. Ebenezer Bridge's  27th Regt.

           Company reciept for advance pay dated Cambridge 28 June 1775.  also he was a

           Corporal in the same Co. and Regt.  MUJSTER ROLL DATED ! Aug. 175.  He inlisted

           29 May 175   service 2 months 8 days.

           see Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors vol. 5 page. 673

 

 

 

Fisher, Ebenezer                          Moca 097 Order # 147

           He was born in 1759 and  died 28 March 1835  in East Holden, Maine where he

           is buried in the Village cemetery.

           Service;  he was a Pvt. imn Capt. Samuel Crowell's Co. Col. Benjamin Hawe's

           Regt.   service from 25 Sept. 1777

 

 

 

 

Fisher, Elijah                             Moca 0976  Order # 322

           HE is buried in the South Livermore Cemeter in Livermore, Maine.

           He was born in Norton, Massachusetts 17 JUNE 1758 and was a resident of Livermore

           where he died  in Jan of  1842

           Service;  he was a member of the Washington Life guard under Capt. Caleb Gibb's

           in the battle of Bunker hill

 

 

Fisher, Jesse                           Moca 0976  order # 132

            He was born in 1742 and was a resident of Dedham, Massachusetts.  He died in

            Brewer, Maine 30 June 1816 and is buried in the Oak Hill Cemetery in Brewer, Maine

            Service; see Massachusetts Soldiers and Saliors Vol.   5 page. 699

 

 

Fisk, Abner                           Moca 3434  

           He was born  1 July 1757 in  Ipswich, Massachusetts and died  10 April 1839

           at Wells, Maine. where he was a resident.

           Service:  He was a Pvt. in Capt. Samuel Sayer's Co.  Col. James Scammon's 30th

          Regt.  Muster roll dated 1 Aug. 1775  he enlisted  3 may 1775 and served 3 months

          and four days.

 

 

 

Fleming, James                      Moca 2434  Order # 534

           He was born  in 1721 and was a resident of Hallowell, Maine where he died on

           18 Aug. 1827 and is in Hallowell Cemetery.

           Service;  He was a Corp. in Capt. McCobb's Col. Col. John Nixon's Regt.  see

           Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors vol. 5 page 766

 

 

 

Fletcher, Jeremiah                       Moca 0979  Order # 696

           He was born in Westford, Massachusetts on 19 April 1756 and was a resident of</