Person:Richard Butler (26)

General Richard Butler
  1. General Richard Butler1743 - 1791
  2. Col. William Butler1745 - 1789
  3. Col. Thomas Butler1756 - 1805
  4. Gen. Percival Butler1760 - 1821
  5. Capt. Edward Butler1762 - 1803
  1. Captain Tamanatha Butlerbefore 1786 -
Facts and Events
Name General Richard Butler
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1 April 1743 St. Bridget's Parish, Dublin, Ireland
Death[1] 4 Nov 1791 Fort Recovery, Mercer, Ohio, United StatesKilled by Native Americans near Fort Recovery, St. Clair's Defeat

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Richard Butler (April 1, 1743 – November 4, 1791) was an officer in the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War, who later died fighting American Indians in Ohio.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Richard Butler (general), in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).
  2.   Denny, Ebenezer, and Pennsylvania) Historical Society of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia. Military journal of Major Ebenezer Denny. (New York Times, 1971), Page 10.

    At the Siege of York
    Killed at St. Clair's Defeat

  3.   Daughters of the American Revolution. American monthly magazine. (Washington, D.C.: The National Society), Vol. 2, Pages 199, 200, January, 1893.

    HEROES OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. The Five Butler Brothers of the Pennsylvania Line. By C. W. Chancellor, M. D., Baltimore, Maryland

  4.   Butler's letter to John Nicholson, Comptroller General of the army, relates to money owed his recently deceased brother Col. William Butler... Cowan's Auctions
  5.   Thomas Butler, Patriarch of "The Fighting Butlers"