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Military service - 1709 or 1710
Posted by: Robert Belair Date: January 10, 2002 at 06:01:13
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I have a Philip Towle who in his will drafted in 1709, says he is making the will as he is "going on the service of her majesty" in 1709. Queen Anne's war time. Would there be any records of 1709 expedition into Canada or of 1710 Port Royal expedition? Philip was from Hampton, NH. He obviously survived as his will wasn't probated until 1714.


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