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eph Cook, Daniel Cooper, John Craige, Samuel Cutter, Benjamin Darling, Edward Dickson, John Dickson, Jr., William Doty, Thomas Durant, Henry Evans, Edward Fillebrown, John Fillebrown, Richard Fillebrown, John Fowle, Simon Gardis. Samuel Gookin, Jr., Joseph Hamilton, Solomon Hancock, Cato Hanker, Joseph Hartwell, Elisha Hastings, William Hastings, Jason Hazard, Timothy Heath, Abraham Hill, Andrew Hill, Benjamin Hill, Daniel Hill, Zachariah Hill, Israel Hinds, Samuel Hinds, Aaron Hodges, Nathaniel Holden, Elisha Holmes, Daniel Hovey, Simon Howard, Jonathan Ingersol, Jonas Jackson, John Kidder, David Lamson, Edward Manning, William Marshall, John Mason, John Matthews, Thomas Mayhew, Francis Moore, Jr., William Moore, Christopher Mudgeon, John Mullett, John Nutting, Daniel Paine, Stephen Paine, Daniel Parkhurst, Thomas Peirce, Warren Perkins, Reuben Prentice, Addison Richardson, John Rickey, John Robbins, Joseph Robbins, Nathan Robbins, Thomas Robbins, Jr., William Robbins, John Robinson,
er Capt. Adams were from a number of towns, and all that went from Menotomy returned, except Thomas Robbins, who had died in a fit. The centenarian recollects hearing the sermon, and when it was read to him in 1848 it was fresh in his memory. The Cambridge men on the muster roll of this company of foot engaged in the army for the reduction of Canada, in the regiment of which Ebenezer Nichols was colonel, were Thomas Adams, captain; John Bathrick, private; Edward Fillebrown, private; Nathaniel Holden, private (Daniel Brown, master); Israel Hind, private; Joseph Robbins, private; Thomas Robbins, Jr., private (John Cutter, master); Joshua Swan, private (Ebenezer Swan, parent); Stephen Sterns, private; Aaron Swan, private (James Perry, master). The private Joseph Robbins is represented on the roll as having died on Aug. 21, 1768, after four months and some days service, and the centenarian was undoubtedly mistaken in giving the name as Thomas, though there were two Thomas Robbins's in