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itary stores being collected at Concord, for the avowed purpose of supplying a body of troops to act in opposition to his majesty's government, detached on the 18th of April, at night, the grenadiers of his army and the light infantry under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Smith of the 10th regiment, and Major Pitcairne of the mar tavern, in the moonlight, and narrowly escaped capture when an officer and file of men were detached from the column to search the house. Heath, who on the 18th of April, had been sitting with the Committee of Safety at Menotomy, and on his return home, soon after he left the committee and about sunset, had met the party of Bri burning, destroying doors, windows, glasses, &c., and carrying off clothing and other valuable effects. Major-General William Heath, of Roxbury, who on the 18th of April had been sitting with the Committee of Safety, at Menotomy in Cambridge (see Memoirs, p. 11), after proceeding to the Committee of Safety on the morning of the
(par. 37). He was a member of Locke's company of Menotomy minute-men, 1775, and d. Charleston, S. C., in 1794. Had Rebecca, d. here 12 Sept. 1783; Rebecca; Cranston; Amos; Harriet, m. Daniel Burbeck, 29 Nov. 1807; Andrew; Rebecca, m. . James Hollowell; Caroline. Andrew the f. belonged to the Baptist Society in Camb. N. W. Pct. 21 July, 1787. See Cutter Book, 254, 350-51; Wyman, 269. 46. Aaron, s. of Aaron (17), m. Abigail Bowman, 17 Dec. 1772. He o. c. 8 May, 1774, and had Aaron, b. 18 Apr., bap. 8 May, 1774. Abigail, wid. of Aaron the father, m. Thomas Goodwin, 24 Dec. 1776. See Wyman, 269. 47. Thomas, s. of Aaron (17), m. Elizabeth Brown, 15 Oct. 1780. He was a corporal in Locke's company of Menotomy minutemen in 1775, and assessor in Camb. in 1787. Elizabeth, prob. . his wife, d. 13 June, 1813, a. 58. He had Thomas, bap. 21 Oct. 1781; Aaron, bap. 12 Sept. 1783, prob. b. (4) Sept. 1783 (record says 14), d. (1786); Lewis; Oliver; Saunders; Betsey. See Cutter Book, 2