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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 26., My Revolutionary ancestors:
, major Job Cushing , Lieutenant Jerome Lincoln (search)
Walter Foster Cushing
My Revolutionary ancestors: major Job Cushing, Lieutenant Jerome Lincoln, Walter Foster Cushing Compiled by Elizabeth Cushing Lincoln THE History of Hanover, 18
et at this time two young men friends.
One was Job Cushing; the other was Jerome Lincoln.
They went to college together and they were both in the state militia.
J into shape for marching as fast as it could be done.
Among his company was Jerome Lincoln, my other ancestor.
The first company of soldiers were quartered in Roxbur d had command of the Second Suffolk regiment.
One of his lieutenants was Jerome Lincoln, whose name appears on the muster roll of Captain Cushing's company for two s sent him by his family.
Neither young man married until after the war. Jerome Lincoln married Elizabeth Lincoln and there were fourteen children.
Jerome applied hing, Jr., being the eldest.
This son, Job, married Elizabeth, daughter of Jerome Lincoln.
She was the twelfth of the fourteen children.
They were my grandparents