2017-08-02T05:22:03+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true James Breckinridge, John Tyler Sr., Joshua Cushman, William Eaton (soldier), Josiah Tattnall (Senator), George Madison, Elijah Paine, Lemuel Cook, William Smith (South Carolina representative), Simeon Prior, Deborah Sampson, Agrippa Hull, Amos Slaymaker, John Champe (soldier), John Gray (American Revolutionary War), John Joseph Henry, John Paulding, Joseph Plumb Martin, Joel Adams, Jonathan Hoge Walker, John Linn (politician), John Hungerford (congressman), Peter Francisco, Elihu Adams, Ezra Lee, Isaac Van Wart, Daniel Buck, Solomon Spalding, Nathan Waller (soldier), Daniel Shays, Margaret Corbin, Nahum Parker, Thomas Noble Stockett, Daniel Barber (minister), Daniel Bissell (spy), Daniel Bissell (general), Daniel F. Bakeman, Robert Smith (Cabinet member), Stephen Olney, Pierpont Edwards, William Jasper, William Overton Callis, William Rossell, William Jones (statesman), John Fitch (inventor), Nathaniel Shaw, Nero Hawley, William Livingston, Ezra Butler, Bolling Hall, David Farnsworth, Ebenezer Battelle, Edward Crouch, Philip Reed, Jacob Nagle flashcards
Continental Army soldiers

Continental Army soldiers

  • James Breckinridge
    James Breckinridge (March 7, 1763 – May 13, 1833) was a Virginia lawyer and politician and a member of the Breckinridge family.
  • John Tyler Sr.
    John Tyler Sr. (February 28, 1747 – January 6, 1813) was a Virginia planter, judge, 15th Governor of Virginia (1808–1811) and the father of the tenth President of the United States, John Tyler.
  • Joshua Cushman
    Joshua Cushman (April 11, 1761 – January 27, 1834) was a U.
  • William Eaton (soldier)
    William Eaton (23 February 1764 – 1 June 1811) was a United States Army officer and the Consul to Tunis (1797–1803).
  • Josiah Tattnall (Senator)
    Josiah Tattnall, Sr.
  • George Madison
    George Madison (June 1763 – October 14, 1816) was the sixth Governor of Kentucky.
  • Elijah Paine
    Elijah Paine (January 21, 1757 – April 28, 1842) was a United States Senator from Vermont, serving as a Federalist from 1795 to 1801, and thereafter a long-serving United States federal judge.
  • Lemuel Cook
    Lemuel Cook (September 10, 1759 – May 20, 1866) was one of the last verifiable surviving veterans of the American Revolutionary War.
  • William Smith (South Carolina representative)
    William Smith (September 20, 1751 – June 22, 1837) was a congressman, state senator and judge from South Carolina.
  • Simeon Prior
    Simeon Prior (May 16, 1754 - June 29, 1837) was a blacksmith, Revolutionary War soldier, and early settler of Northampton Township, Ohio.
  • Deborah Sampson
    Deborah Sampson Gannett (December 17, 1760 – April 29, 1827), better known as Deborah Sampson or Deborah Samson, was a woman who disguised herself as a man in order to serve in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War.
  • Agrippa Hull
    Agrippa Hull (1759–1848) was a free African-American patriot who served as an aide to Tadeusz Kościuszko, a Polish military officer, engineer and nobleman, for five years during the American Revolutionary War.
  • Amos Slaymaker
    Amos Slaymaker (March 11, 1755 – June 12, 1837) was a member of the U.
  • John Champe (soldier)
    Sergeant Major John Champe (ca. 1752– 30 September 1798) was a Revolutionary War senior enlisted soldier in the Continental Army who became a double agent in a failed attempt to capture the American traitor General Benedict Arnold (1741-1801).
  • John Gray (American Revolutionary War)
    John Gray (January 6, 1764 – March 29, 1868) was the last verified veteran of the American Revolutionary War.
  • John Joseph Henry
    John Joseph Henry (November 4, 1758 – April 15, 1811) was a private soldier from Pennsylvania in the American Revolutionary War.
  • John Paulding
    John Paulding (October 16, 1758 – February 18, 1818) was a militiaman from the state of New York during the American Revolution.
  • Joseph Plumb Martin
    Joseph Plumb Martin (November 21, 1760 – May 2, 1850) was a soldier in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, holding the rank of private for most of the war.
  • Joel Adams
    Joel Adams (February 4, 1750 – July 9, 1830) was a prolific planter and soldier from lower Richland County, South Carolina.
  • Jonathan Hoge Walker
    Jonathan Hoge Walker (died March 23, 1824) was a United States federal judge.
  • John Linn (politician)
    John Linn (December 3, 1763 – January 5, 1821) was a U.
  • John Hungerford (congressman)
    John Pratt Hungerford (January 2, 1761 – December 21, 1833) was an 18th- and 19th-century politician and lawyer from Virginia.
  • Peter Francisco
    Peter Francisco, born Pedro Francisco (July 9, 1760 – January 16, 1831), was known variously, as the "Virginia Giant", the "Giant of the Revolution" and occasionally, as the "Virginia Hercules", was an American patriot and soldier in the American Revolutionary War.
  • Elihu Adams
    Elihu Adams (May 29, 1741 – August 10, 1775) was a soldier in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War.
  • Ezra Lee
    Ezra Lee (January 13, 1998 - present) was a bottom living in a top world who is still trying to find himself.
  • Isaac Van Wart
    Isaac Van Wart (October 25, 1762 – May 23, 1828) was a militiaman from the state of New York during the American Revolution.
  • Daniel Buck
    Daniel Buck (November 9, 1753 – August 16, 1816) was an American lawyer and politician.
  • Solomon Spalding
    Solomon Spalding (February 20, 1761 – October 20, 1816) was the author of two related texts: an unfinished manuscript entitled Manuscript Story – Conneaut Creek, and an unpublished historical romance about the lost civilization of the mound builders of North America called Manuscript, Found.
  • Nathan Waller (soldier)
    Nathan Waller (March 7, 1753 to July 11, 1831) was an American Revolutionary War soldier.
  • Daniel Shays
    Daniel Shays (c. 1747 – September 29, 1825) was an American soldier, revolutionary, and farmer famous for being one of the leaders of Shays' Rebellion, a populist uprising against controversial debt collection and tax policies in Massachusetts in 1786 and 1787.
  • Margaret Corbin
    Margaret Cochran Corbin (November 12, 1751 – January 16, 1800) was a woman who fought in the American Revolutionary War.
  • Nahum Parker
    Nahum Parker (March 4, 1760 – November 12, 1839) was a United States Senator from New Hampshire.
  • Thomas Noble Stockett
    Dr. Thomas Noble Stockett was an American surgeon and revolutionary war veteran as well as a prominent landowner in Maryland.
  • Daniel Barber (minister)
    Daniel Barber (b. at Simsbury, Connecticut, U.S.A., 2 October 1756; d. at Saint Inigoes, Maryland, 1834) was an American Episcopalian minister and prominent Roman Catholic convert.
  • Daniel Bissell (spy)
    Daniel Bissell (December 30, 1754 – August 21, 1824) was a soldier and spy for the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War.
  • Daniel Bissell (general)
    Daniel Bissell (1768 – December 14, 1833) was an American soldier and administrator.
  • Daniel F. Bakeman
    Daniel Frederick Bakeman (October 9, 1759 – April 5, 1869) was the last survivor receiving a veteran's pension for service in the American Revolutionary War (1775–1783).
  • Robert Smith (Cabinet member)
    Robert Smith (November 3, 1757 – November 26, 1842) was the second United States Secretary of the Navy from 1801 to 1809 and the sixth United States Secretary of State from 1809 to 1811.
  • Stephen Olney
    Stephen Olney (October 1755 North Providence, Rhode Island - d. 23 November 1832 same place) was a soldier in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War and later a Rhode Island legislator.
  • Pierpont Edwards
    Pierpont Edwards (April 8, 1750 – April 5, 1826) was a delegate to the American Continental Congress, and later a United States federal judge.
  • William Jasper
    William Jasper (circa 1750 – October 9, 1779) was a noted American soldier in the Revolutionary War.
  • William Overton Callis
    William O. Callis (March 4, 1756 – March 14, 1814) was the son of William Harry Callis and Mary Jane Cosby.
  • William Rossell
    William Rossell (October 25, 1760 – June 20, 1840) was a United States federal judge.
  • William Jones (statesman)
    William Jones (1760 – September 6, 1831) was an American politician.
  • John Fitch (inventor)
    John Fitch (January 21, 1743 – July 2, 1798) was an American inventor, clockmaker, entrepreneur and engineer.
  • Nathaniel Shaw
    Nathaniel Shaw, Jr.
  • Nero Hawley
    Nero Hawley (1742–1817), born into slavery in North Stratford, now Trumbull, Connecticut, enlisted in place of his owner, Daniel Hawley, in the Continental Army on April 20, 1777 during the American Revolution and earned his freedom.
  • William Livingston
    William Livingston (November 30, 1723 – July 25, 1790) served as the Governor of New Jersey (1776–1790) during the American Revolutionary War and was a signer of the United States Constitution.
  • Ezra Butler
    Ezra Butler (September 24, 1763 – July 12, 1838) was an American clergyman, politician, lawyer, judge, the 11th Governor of Vermont, and a United States Representative from Vermont.
  • Bolling Hall
    Bolling Hall (December 25, 1767 – February 25, 1836) was a United States Representative from Georgia.
  • David Farnsworth
    David Farnsworth was a Colonial-era American Loyalist.
  • Ebenezer Battelle
    Ebenezer Battelle (1754-1815) was an American Revolutionary War veteran, a bookseller in Boston, Massachusetts, and a settler of Marietta, Ohio, in the late 18th century.
  • Edward Crouch
    Edward Crouch (November 9, 1764 – February 2, 1827) was a member of the U.
  • Philip Reed
    Philip Reed (1760 – November 2, 1829) was a United States Senator representing Maryland from 1806 to 1813.
  • Jacob Nagle
    Jacob Nagle (1761–1841) was an American and British soldier, sailor, and, above all, diarist who provides an exceptional first hand account of many of the dramatic events of his lifetime.