Person:Hezekiah Mills (1)

Pvt. Hezekiah Mills
  1. Deliverence Mills1755 - 1845
  2. Pvt. Hezekiah Mills1760 -
m. 11 JUN 1781
  1. Solomon Mills
  2. Sally Mills1784 -
  3. Elizabeth Mills1793 - 1846
  4. Hannah Mills1795 - 1839
Facts and Events
Name Pvt. Hezekiah Mills
Gender Male
Birth[1] 10 JAN 1760 Natick, Middlesex Co., MA
Other[2][5] 18 JUL 1775 Revolutionary War Military
Marriage 11 JUN 1781 Needham, MAto Elizabeth Parker
Residence[4] Needham, MA
Death? Y
  1. Thomas W. Baldwin, Compiler, Vital Records of Natick, Massachussetts to the Year 1850: Facsimile reprint of th

    Name: Vol_Page
    VALUE: 65

  2. Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachussetts, Preparer and Publisher, Massachussetts Soldiers and Sailors o

    Name: Page
    VALUE: 794

  3.   Washington History Committee, History of Washington, New Hampshire: From 1768 to 1886, a facsimile of the 1886

    Name: Page
    VALUE: 548

  4. Hezekiah Mills came to Washington, NH, from Needham, MA, a few years after his brother in-law Joseph Crane, came from Milton, MA. He settled near Mr. Crane, on the east side of Lovewell's Mountain, near its base. A large orchard and a cellar remain to mark the spot where he lived. After res. in Washington some years, he removed to Claremont, where it is supposed that he died.
  5. "Mills, Hezekiah, Natick (also given Needham). Private, Capt. Joseph Morse's co., Col. John Patterson's (26th) regt.; muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775; enlisted July 18, 1775; service 13 days; also company return [probably Oct., 1775]; also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated Oct. 30, 1775; also, list of men mustered by Thomas Newhall, Muster Master for Worcester Co., Capt. Morse's co., Col Putuam's regt.; mustered April 19, 1777; term, 3 years; also, Private, Capt. Joseph Morse's co., Col. Rufus Putuam's (4th) regt.; Continental Army pay accounts for service from Jan. 1, 1777, to Dec. 31, 1779; credited to town of Natick; also, same co. and regt.; return dated Albany, Feb. 9, 1778; residence, Needham; enlisted for town of Needham; mustered by Col. Barber; also, return of men raised in Suffolk Co. for Continental service, agreeable to resolve of Dec. 2, 1780; engaged for town of Needham; engaged June 20, 1781." From Mass. Soldiers and Sailors of the Rev. War, p. 794. Available on Google Books.