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AMERICAN COLONIAL MILITARY APPOINTMENT

AMERICAN COLONIAL MILITARY APPOINTMENT

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AMERICAN COLONIAL MILITARY APPOINTMENT - May 31st, 1762 Appointment of Benjamin Gaylord (1721-1792) as Lieutenant of the First Cavalry until 1780, as Ensign of 9th Regt of Trainband of New Milford (CT). Signed by Governor Thomas Fitch (1699-1774, in office 1754-1766) and Secy of State George Wyllys, with wax seal, partly printed. Gaylord, a Yale graduate, went over to the Revolutionary side, was a member of the Vigilance Committee and Inspector of Provisions for the State of Connecticut.

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AMERICAN COLONIAL MILITARY APPOINTMENT

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