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n Putnam and Dennison Wallis. One, Joseph Bell, was missing after the battle, being taken prisoner and carried into Boston, where he was imprisoned two months in an English frigate. Although she was farther from Lexington than any of her sister towns who were represented at the battle, yet she lost more of her children than any other town except Lexington. Hanson, Hist. Danvera, p. 91. The Beverly men injured, and probably here, were Reuben Kennison killed, and Nathaniel Cleaves, Samuel Woodbury and William Dodge wounded. Of men from other towns who fell in Menotomy, we find mention of the following in the Salem Gazette:— On the nineteenth of April, was killed among others, by the British troops, at Menotomy, as he was courageously defending his country's rights, the good, the pious, and friendly Mr. Daniel Townsend, of Lynn-End. He was a constant and ready friend to the poor and afflicted; a good adviser in case of difficulty, and an able, mild, and sincere reprover of
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