An old physician's record.
DR. Ebenezer Marrow
, a physician of Medford
, served as a commissioned officer in the service of the Province.
He was a Lieutenant in Col. John Winslow
's regiment ‘For the defence of the Eastern Frontiers
:’ in 1754, in the expedition which established Forts Halifax and Western upon the Kennebec
Archives, XCIII, 132.
The next year he was again serving as a lieutenant under Winslow
, in the campaign which resulted in the removal of the French Neutrals
He was at Beau Sejeur July 2, ‘under Indisposition of Body,’ and was granted leave to return to New England
; but he returned to duty at Fort Cumberland
, August 9.—Winslow.
M. S. Journal
. So. Library, 105, 106.
In 1757 he was in the practice of his profession in Medford
Archives, XVIII, 543.
His services in the campaign of 1758 are described in the following petition.