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HELP! Grave has been located American Revolutionary War Soldier flag male ancestor  John Sr.  CONE

  (b. 26 May 1746 Bolton, Crown Colony of Connecticut   d. 5 October 1777 Hebron, Crown Colony of Connecticut )  

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John Sr. CONE was born 26 May 1746 in Bolton, Crown Colony of Connecticut

John Sr. CONE was the child of Stephen CONE   and   Susannah CLARK

John Sr. had an active role in U.S. Revolutionary War.

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John Sr.  married  Patience STRICKLAND 18 November 1773 in Bolton, Crown Colony of Connecticut .  Patience STRICKLAND  was born 18 February 1749 in Bolton, Connecticut, USA.  Patience died 28 March 1838 in Hebron, Connecticut, USA (Turnerville). 

John Sr. CONE died 5 October 1777 in Hebron, Crown Colony of Connecticut .
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John Sr. CONE married flag female ancestor Patience STRICKLAND-- Date: 18 November 1773 Place: Bolton, Crown Colony of Connecticut


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birth1746 Birth
26 May 1746
Bolton, Connecticut, USA

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marriage1773 Marriage / Partner
John Sr. CONE and Patience STRICKLAND 18 November 1773, Bolton, Connecticut, USA
Revolutionary War
CONE, JOHN
Ancestor #: A024897
Service: CONNECTICUT Rank(s): PRIVATE
Birth: 5-26-1746 BOLTON CONNECTICUT
Death: 10-5-1777 SPENCERTOWN NEW YORK
Service Description: 1) CAPT.JOEL LOOMIS'S CO.OF LIGHT HORSE
2) ALSO UNDER CAPT.JAMES SMITH,COL.MEADE

RESIDENCE
1) City: BOLTON - State: CONNECTICUT

SPOUSE
1) PATIENCE STRICKLAND
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Death
Name: John Sr. Cone
Gender: Male
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Death Date: 05 Oct 1777
Death Place: Hebron, Connecticut
Age: 29
Birth Date: 1748
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Indexing Project (Batch) Number: B05102-8
System Origin: Connecticut-EASy
GS Film number: 3340
Reference ID: p 29

'Connecticut Deaths and Burials, 1772-1934,' database, FamilySearch (familysearch.org/ ark:/ 61903/ 1:1:F7VP-4P6 : 3 December 2014), John Sr. Cone, 05 Oct 1777; citing Hebron, Connecticut, reference p 29; FHL microfilm 3,340.'
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John is buried at: Gilead Cemetery Hebron, Tolland County, Connecticut, USA
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