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.
As far as I know, none of these men died in this conflict.
Revolutionary War Soldiers of Sutton Massachusetts
Sutton Mass Veterans - Main Page