Minute Men of Sutton Massachusetts


On April 19, 1775, a group of men from Sutton, Massachusetts marched off to Concord to help protect Massachusetts from the British forces. They were part of Colonel Ebenezer Learned's Regiment.

I have not yet transcribed these names, but you can see the PDF version or JPG images of the list of names, sourced from the History of Sutton 1704-1876. I own a copy of this original book. The exerpt with the names is five pages long and contains information about Colonel Jonathan Holman as well.

Minute Men of Sutton Massachusetts - Word DOC version
Minute Men of Sutton Massachusetts - Word PDF version


Click on any image below to see the large full-sized version of it. I apologize for the "bend" in the pages - this book is exceedingly old and in delicate shape. I did not want to handle it much.

Minute Men of Sutton Massachusetts

Minute Men of Sutton Massachusetts

Minute Men of Sutton Massachusetts

Minute Men of Sutton Massachusetts

Minute Men of Sutton Massachusetts

As far as I know, none of these men died in this conflict.

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