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Soldiers in King Philip's War

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NOTE: Original entry of information and names on this page was done by Jillaine Smith
ANOTHER NOTE: This could form the basis of a set of categories related to King Philip's War. We could have King Philip's War as the overarching category, then with sub categories for each of the captain's units?? Let me know if I can help. Smith-32867 07:39, 8 January 2016 (EST)

Soldiers in King Philip’s War by George H. Bodge is a compilation of articles he wrote for the NEHGS Register

The list of Soldiers credited with Military Service[1]

Contents

Companies/Troops

Major Samuel Appleton’s Company

Capt. Richard Beers’ Company

Capt. Thomas Brattle’s Company

Capt. Nathaniel Davenport’s Company

Capt. Joseph Gardiner’s Company

Lieut. Benjamin Gillam’s Company

Lieut. William Hasey’s Company

Capt. William Hathorne's Company

Capt. Daniel Henchman’s Company

Capt. John Holbrooke’s Company

Capt. Edward Hutchinson’s Company

Capt. John Jacob's Company

Capt. Isaac Johnson’s Company

Capt. Thomas Lathrop’s Company

Capt. Nicholas Manning’s Company Capt. Samuel Mosely’s Company

Lieut. Edward Oakes’ Troop

Capt. James Oliver’s Company

Capt. Nicolas Paige’s Troop

Capt. Jonathan Poole’s Company

Capt. Thomas Prentice’s Troop

Capt. Jonathan Remngton’s Company

Lieut. Nathaniel Reynolds’s Company

Major Thomas Savage’s Forces

Capt. Joshua Scottow's Company

Capt. Joseph Sill’s Company

Capt. Benjamin Swett’s Company

Capt. William Turner’s Company

Capt. Samuel Wadsworth’s Company

Maj. Richard Walderne's Company

Capt. Thomas Wheeler’s Troop

Capt. John Whipple's Company

Major Simon Willard’s Company


Garrisons

Garrison at Billerica

Garrison at Blackpoynt

Garrison at Brookfield (Quabaug”)

Garrison at Chelmsford

Garrison at Dedham

Garrison at Dunstable

Garrison at Groton

Garrison at Hadley

Garrison at Hatfield

Garrison at Lancaster

Garrison at Marlborough

Garrison at Medfield

Garrison at Mendam (Mendon)

Garrison at Northampton

Garrison at Punckapauge

Garrison at Springfield

Garrison at Westfield

Garrison at Wading River

Garrison at Woodcock’s

Garrison at Wrentham


Campaigns

Narragansett Campaign (beginning 19 Dec 1675)

Narragansett Campaign (culminated 19 Dec 1675)


Battles

The Sudbury Fight


RESUME - "At Dedham" p 298


Sources

  1. George M. Bodge, Soldiers in King Philip's War, Boston, Printed for the author (1891)




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Note that the 17th century English name for what later became known as Turner's Falls is was just "the Falls". And we might want to consider including the native name for this conflict. One thing for sure, it wasn't really a fight -- it was a surprise attack on women, old people and children who were processing salmon for critically needed food as they had for centuries. Fighting men were nowhere near. Here's one effort at a balanced summary: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Turner%27s_Falls
posted by Kathy (Foote) Durham
Thanks for the information and the link to a balanced summary. The primary focus of this page is to list and link to the people who fought during King Philip's War, drawing from a specific publication that focuses on the white residents of European origin. That said, I think it's fine to add at least some links for people to learn more and get the fuller picture.
posted by Jillaine Smith
Added base profile and link for John Wilkins. Needs work.
posted by Michael Stills

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