Taken from "Soldiers of the Revolutionary War Buried in Vermont" by Walter H. Crockett 1903
A paper read before the Vermont Historical Society in the House of Representatives, October 27, 1904, by Walter H. Crockett.
Revolutionary Soldiers Interred in Vermont
Names of Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Vermont
Compiled by Walter H. Crockett, of St. Albans, Secretary of the Vermont Society, Sons of the
American Revolution, additional to the list printed in the Proceedings of the Vermont Historical
Society for 1903-04.
Capt. Eli Noble
Taken from Census of Pensioners 1840
Taken from Pownal gravestones.
Daniel Evens, Born June 11, 1758, died Apr. 19, 1833. Age 75 years., Revolutionary soldier.
Maj. Moses Hastings, Died Ju.e 6, 1844. In his 89th year. A revolutionary soldier.
David Jepson died Mar. 29, 1849. Age 88ys, 7mo, 11 days. A Soldier of the Revolution.
Maj. James Merrill died Apr. 14, 1842. In his 84th year., a soldier of the Revolution.
Joseph Morgan, A soldier of the revolution, who departed this life in 1785.
William Pratt, d. Jan 16, 1846. AE 86 years. He was the first child to be born in Williamstown, Mass. And a Revolutionary patriot.
John Welch, a patriot of the Revolution, died Sept., 3, 1838, age 79 yrs.
Taken from DAR Patriot Index.
Thomas Bannister served from MA, buried at Morgan Towslee with wife Lydia DAR pg 34
Joseph Morgan buried Morgan Towslee, widow Anna Thorpe married a Gardner pg 480