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Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): entry cornell-ezekiel
Cornell, Ezekiel 1780- Military officer; born in Scituate, R. I.; was self-educated. When the Revolutionary War began he entered the army as lieutenant-colonel of Hitchcock's regiment, and was present at the siege of Boston; later was promoted brigadier-general; and commanded a brigade of State troops which were of much service during the occupation of Massachusetts by the British. In 1780-83 he was a member of the Continental Congress and chairman of the military committee.
Scituate (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): entry cornell-ezekiel
Cornell, Ezekiel 1780- Military officer; born in Scituate, R. I.; was self-educated. When the Revolutionary War began he entered the army as lieutenant-colonel of Hitchcock's regiment, and was present at the siege of Boston; later was promoted brigadier-general; and commanded a brigade of State troops which were of much service during the occupation of Massachusetts by the British. In 1780-83 he was a member of the Continental Congress and chairman of the military committee.
Ethan A. Hitchcock (search for this): entry cornell-ezekiel
Cornell, Ezekiel 1780- Military officer; born in Scituate, R. I.; was self-educated. When the Revolutionary War began he entered the army as lieutenant-colonel of Hitchcock's regiment, and was present at the siege of Boston; later was promoted brigadier-general; and commanded a brigade of State troops which were of much service during the occupation of Massachusetts by the British. In 1780-83 he was a member of the Continental Congress and chairman of the military committee.
Cornell, Ezekiel 1780- Military officer; born in Scituate, R. I.; was self-educated. When the Revolutionary War began he entered the army as lieutenant-colonel of Hitchcock's regiment, and was present at the siege of Boston; later was promoted brigadier-general; and commanded a brigade of State troops which were of much service during the occupation of Massachusetts by the British. In 1780-83 he was a member of the Continental Congress and chairman of the military committee.
Cornell, Ezekiel 1780- Military officer; born in Scituate, R. I.; was self-educated. When the Revolutionary War began he entered the army as lieutenant-colonel of Hitchcock's regiment, and was present at the siege of Boston; later was promoted brigadier-general; and commanded a brigade of State troops which were of much service during the occupation of Massachusetts by the British. In 1780-83 he was a member of the Continental Congress and chairman of the military committee.
Cornell, Ezekiel 1780- Military officer; born in Scituate, R. I.; was self-educated. When the Revolutionary War began he entered the army as lieutenant-colonel of Hitchcock's regiment, and was present at the siege of Boston; later was promoted brigadier-general; and commanded a brigade of State troops which were of much service during the occupation of Massachusetts by the British. In 1780-83 he was a member of the Continental Congress and chairman of the military committee. Cornell, Ezekiel 1780- Military officer; born in Scituate, R. I.; was self-educated. When the Revolutionary War began he entered the army as lieutenant-colonel of Hitchcock's regiment, and was present at the siege of Boston; later was promoted brigadier-general; and commanded a brigade of State troops which were of much service during the occupation of Massachusetts by the British. In 1780-83 he was a member of the Continental Congress and chairman of the military committee.