Hardy Murfree was an American colonel during the American Revolutionary War. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hardy Murfree"
Henry Burbeck ( June 8, 1764 – October 2, 1848) was born in Boston, Massachusetts. He served as lieutenant of artillery under Colonel Richard Gridley, the Continental Army's first Chief Engineer and artillery commander, in 1775. He remained in the Artillery Corps under General Henry Knox and in 1777 assumed command of a company of the 3rd Continental Artillery Regiment. His unit remained in the North to defend the Hudson Highlands and marched into New York when the British army evacuated that city at the close of the Revolutionary War. ...more on Wikipedia about "Henry Burbeck"
Henry Dearborn ( February 23, 1751 – June 6, 1829) was an American physician, statesman and veteran of both the American Revolutionary War and the War of 1812. ...more on Wikipedia about "Henry Dearborn"
Henry Lee III ( January 29, 1756 - March 25, 1818), 18th century American general, called Light Horse Harry, was born near Dumfries, Virginia. His father was first cousin to Richard Henry Lee, sixth President of the Continental Congress. With a view to a legal career he graduated ( 1773) at Princeton, but soon afterwards, on the outbreak of the War of Independence, he became an officer in the patriot forces. ...more on Wikipedia about "Henry Lee"
Ichabod Alden ( August 11, 1739- November 11, 1778) was an American Revolutionary War officer and commanding officer during the Cherry Valley Massacre. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ichabod Alden"
Isaac Shelby ( December 11, 1750- July 18, 1826) was an officer in the American Revolutionary War and the first Governor of Kentucky, serving from 1792 to 1796 and from 1812 to 1816. ...more on Wikipedia about "Isaac Shelby"
James Armstrong ( August 29, 1748– May 6, 1828) was an American physician and politician from Carlisle, Pennsylvania. He represented Pennsylvania in the United States House of Representatives from 1793 until 1795. ...more on Wikipedia about "James Armstrong (Pennsylvania)"
James Monroe ( April 28, 1758 – July 4, 1831) was the fifth (1817–1825) President of the United States and author of the eponymous Monroe Doctrine. Monroe's Presidency was marked by a disappearance of partisan politics known as the Era of Good Feelings, after the politically charged War of 1812. ...more on Wikipedia about "James Monroe"
James Randolph Reid ( August 11, 1750– January 25, 1789) was an American soldier in the Revolutionary War. He later served as a delegate for Pennsylvania to the Continental Congress from 1787 until 1789. ...more on Wikipedia about "James Randolph Reid"
James Reed ( 1724- 1807) was born in Lunenburg, Massachusetts. During the French and Indian War James Reed served as an officer in Col. Brown's Massachusetts Regiment rising to the rank of Lt. Col. and was at Fort Ticonderoga in both 1758 and when it fell in 1759. In 1765 James Reed moved to Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire and married Molly Dodge on December 11, 1768. With news of the Battle of Lexington and Concord James Reed gathered the local militia and marched to Boston. James Reed was appointed Colonel of the 3rd New Hampshire Regiment and fought together with John Stark's 1st New Hampshire Regiment at the Battle of Bunker Hill. On April 26, 1776 the three New Hampshire regiments of the Continental Army were sent under Gen. John Sullivan to help in the Invasion of Canada. James Reed only made it as far as Crown Point on Lake Champlain where he contracted smallpox and lost his vision forcinging him to retire from military service. James Reed would live to the age of 83 before passing away in 1807. ...more on Wikipedia about "James Reed (soldier)"
James Tilton ( June 1, 1745– May 14, 1822) was an American physician and soldier from Dover, Delaware. He was a delegate for Delaware in the Continental Congress of 1783 and 1784, and served as Surgeon General of the United States Army during the War of 1812. ...more on Wikipedia about "James Tilton"
James Winchester ( February 26, 1752- July 26, 1826) was a Brigadier General during the War of 1812 and commanding officer of American forces during the River Raisin massacre. ...more on Wikipedia about "James Winchester"
Jean-Bernard Gauthier de Murnan ( 1748 - September 27, 1796) was a French officer for the Continental Army and a French General during the French Revolution. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jean-Bernard Gauthier de Murnan"
John Archer ( May 5, 1741 – September 28, 1810) was a U.S. Congressman from Maryland, serving three terms from 1801– 1807. His son, Stevenson Archer and grandson Stevenson Archer II where also Congressmen from Maryland. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Archer (Maryland)" It's time to think about shortopedia.
John Ashe ( 1720?- October 24, 1781) was a militia officer during the American Revolutionary War. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Ashe"
John Baptista Ashe ( 1748 – 27 November 1802) was an American planter, soldier, and statesman from North Carolina. He was a Colonel in the Continental Army, served at Valley Forge, and fought in the Battle of Eutaw Springs. He was a delegate to the Continental Congress in 1787, and a representative in the United States House of Representatives from 1790 to 1793, when he returned to farming. In 1802 he was elected Governor of North Carolina, but he died on November 27, 1802 before assuming office. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Baptista Ashe (delegate)"
John Beatty ( December 10, 1749– May 30, 1826) was an American physician and statesman from Princeton, New Jersey. He was a Colonel in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War who served as Commissary General for Prisoners. He was a delegate for New Jersey to the Continental Congress in 1784 and 1785. He was later a U.S. Congressman in the Third Congress from 1793 to 1795. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Beatty (delegate)"
John Cleves Symmes ( 1742- 1814) was a delegate to the Continental Congress from New Jersey, and later a pioneer in the Northwest Territory. He was also the father-in-law of President William Henry Harrison. He was the son of the Rev. Timothy Symmes ( 1715- 1756) and Mary Cleves (died c. 1746) of Suffolk County, New York on Long Island. John was born in Riverhead, New York on July 21, 1742. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Cleves Symmes"
John Eager Howard ( June 4, 1752 - October 12, 1827) was an American soldier and politician from Maryland. He was born in and died in Baltimore County. Howard County, Maryland is named for him. ...more on Wikipedia about "John E. Howard"
John Francis Mercer ( May 17, 1759– August 30, 1821) was an American lawyer, planter, and politician from Virginia and Maryland. Born in 1759 in Marlborough, Stafford County, Virginia, he graduated from the College of William and Mary in 1775 and was a delegate for Virginia to the Continental Congress in 1783 and 1784. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Francis Mercer"
John Hardin ( 1753- 1792) was an officer in the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Hardin"
John Haslet (about 1727– January 3, 1777) was an American clergyman and soldier from Milford, Delaware in Kent County. He was a veteran of the French and Indian War and an officer of the Continental Army in the American Revolution, serving as the first Colonel of the Delaware Regiment. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Haslet (1727-1777)"
John Hoskins Stone ( 1750– October 5, 1804) was an American planter, soldier, and politician from Charles County, Maryland. During the Revolutionsary War he led the 1st Maryland Regiment of the Continental Army. After the war he served in the state legislature and was Governor from 1794 to 1797. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Hoskins Stone"
John Patten ( April 26, 1746– December 26, 1800) was an American farmer and politician from Dover, in Kent County, Delaware. He was an officer of the Continental Army in the American Revolution, a Continental Congressman from Delaware, and a member of the Democratic-Republican Party, who served as U.S. Representative from Delaware. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Patten (1746-1800)"
John Sevier ( 23 September 1745– 25 September 1815) served four years ( 1785 - 1789) as the only governor of the State of Franklin and twelve years ( 1796 - 1801 and 1803 - 1809) as governor of Tennessee, and as a U.S. Representative from Tennessee from 1811 until his death. He also served as the commander of the Washington County, Tennessee contingent of the Overmountain Men in the Battle of Kings Mountain. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Sevier"
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