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 CONNECTICUT SOLDIERS, FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR, 1755-62

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Connecticut Soldiers, French and Indian War, 1755-62

Listing of nearly 30,000 men who served in the Connecticut militia between 1755 and 1762.

Description

In 1755, the Connecticut General Assembly ordered the mustering of colony men to fight in what became known as the French and Indian War. This database is a listing of over 29,000 men who served in the colonial militia between 1755 and 1762. It reveals the soldier's name, rank, location of enlistment, regiment, and company. Additionally, researchers will find the regimental and company commanders, with accompanying rank, listed with each record. The page number refers to the original work from which these records were transcribed. For those seeking colonial Connecticut ancestors, this collection can provide helpful information.





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