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Glocester, Rhode Island, USA (West Glocester) (Chepachet) (Harmony) - Main Street Looking South, Chepachet, R.I.
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American Revolutionary War Soldier flag  Edward  Salisbury

  (b. 6 September 1733Glocester, Crown Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations   d. 29 March 1829Adams, New York, USA )  

Edward Salisbury was born 6 September 1733 in Glocester, Crown Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations . Edward Salisbury was the child of Jonathan Salisbury and Sarah Whipple and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Cornelius Salisbury and Mercy Unknown

He married  Abigail Hawkins .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Abigail Hawkins  was born 9 August 1736 in , Rhode Island, USA .  She died 1793 in Adams, New York, USA . 

Edward Salisbury died 29 March 1829 in Adams, New York, USA.


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Edward Salisbury married flag Abigail Hawkins-- Place: 
Children:
Levina Salisbury Keith (1760 - 1828)*
Nicholas Salisbury (1762 - 1833)*
Sarah Salisbury Ross (1764 - 1826)*
Edward D. Salisbury (1765 - 1832)*
Duty Salisbury (1769 - 1859)*
Charlotte Salisbury Smith (1770 - 1813)*
Enon Salisbury (1775 - 1835)*
Lodowick Salisbury (1777 - 1846)*
Alexander Salisbury (1777 - 1801)*
Destaing Salisbury (1778 - 1813)*
Smith Salisbury (1782 - 1869)*
Abigail Salisbury Shippey (1783 - 1853)*
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Updated: 5/14/2017 11:29:59 AM


Children:
flag Nicholas Salisbury (b.2 April 1762, Glocester, Crown Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations   d. 10 December 1833, Adams, New York, USA)




Birth
6 September 1733
Glocester, Rhode Island, USA (West Glocester) (Chepachet) (Harmony)

1762 Birth of Child
Nicholas Salisbury was born 2 April 1762, Glocester, Rhode Island, USA (West Glocester) (Chepachet) (Harmony)

U.S. Revolutionary War
Service: RHODE ISLAND Rank: MINUTE MAN
Birth: 9-6-1733 GLOUCESTER RHODE ISLAND
Death: 3- -1829 ADAM NEW YORK
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Added: 3/10/2015 11:54:57 AM - Beckie  Updated: 3/10/2015 4:19:15 PM - Beckie

Death
29 March 1829
Adams, New York, USA


Research Death
Adams Rural Cemetery Adams Jefferson County New York, USA
Birth: Sep. 6, 1735
Glocester
Providence County
Rhode Island, USA
Death: Mar. 29, 1829
Adams
Jefferson County
New York, USA

age 104yrs
REV WAR:

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Children:
Nicholas Salisbury (1762 - 1833)*
Lodowick Salisbury (1777 - 1846)*
Alexander Salisbury (1777 - 1801)*
Destaing Salisbury (1778 - 1813)*
Smith Salisbury (1782 - 1869)*

Burial:
Adams Rural Cemetery
Adams
Jefferson County
New York, USA

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Marker inscription:

A NATIVE OF RHODE ISLAND,
MOVED TO WESTERN, ONEIDA CO. N. Y. IN 1793 AND TO ADAMS IN 1802.
HE WAS THE FATHER OF 12 CHILDREN:
NICHOLAS, EDWARD, DUTY, ENON, LODOWIGH,
ALEXANDER, DE-ESTING, SMITH, LOVINA
SARAH, CHARLOTTE AND ABIGAIL.
WAS 1ST LIEUT. IN THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR AND SERVED FROM 1755 TO 1759.
WAS IN SEVERAL BATTLES AT TICONDEROGA
WHERE GOOD MEN FELL.
HIS BROTHER WAS KILLED BY HIS SIDE
AND HE HAD 9 BALLS SHOT IN HIS SIDE.
HE WAS IN THE BATTLE
ON THE PLAINS OF ABRAHAM.
WHERE WOLF FELL:
SERVED IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR
AND DIED MARCH 1829.
AGED 104 YEARS.

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Added: 5/28/2013 1:41:33 PM

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