Revolutionary War Soldiers
The people of Sutton Massachusetts were outraged by the actions of the British leading up to the Revolutionary War, and they immediately sent support when they heard of the events of Concord.
Minute Men of Sutton Massachusetts
Revolutionary War soldiers buried in Sutton
I also have a link to the massive 77mb PDF file of the entire first book of the Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War, printed in 1896. This book is 1,000 pages long and only contains the names up to the name Bery, Joseph! So this is done alphabetically for the entire state. This book contains the introductory section which gives background on Massachusetts and the Revolutionary War.
Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War
Sutton Mass Veterans - Main Page
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