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[p. 103] to be the one he carried at Lexington and Bunker Hill, is in the possession of Jas. L. Hall of Kingston, Mass. It was left him by Mrs. Susan M. Fitch, who received it from her grandfather, Ebenr Hall, a brother of Isaac.

The tablet is not intended to perpetuate any remarkable military achievements of valor of Captain Isaac Hall, though he performed his part in those heroic contests which gave confidence to the colonists in their resistance to oppression. It is more that Medford desires to honor all the men who helped her to take so important share in the early battles of the war which gave birth to the nation, and which has meant freedom for the whole English speaking race.

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