|Birth: ||Sep. 30, 1744|
|Death: ||Sep. 15, 1814|
Samuel Fletcher was sergeant at the battle of Bunker Hill and in 1776 served as captain and quartermaster. He commanded a company at Ticonderoga and was in the battle of Bennington. At the close of the war he held the rank of brigadier general. He died at Townshend in 1814.
The town of Fletcher, Vermont, is named for him.
His first cousin, Cotton Fletcher, was an early settler of South Hero, Vermont.
It is unclear whether this early town burial ground has been found and catalogued on Find A Grave yet. I made up the name, and it may be a private or historical burial site.
Eleazer Fletcher (1704 - 1768)
Mehitable Hazeltine Fletcher (1751 - 1807)
Chloe Stebbins Fletcher (1769 - 1854)*
Eleazer Fletcher (____ - 1771)*
Lucinda Fletcher Ransom (1772 - 1850)*
Valinda Fletcher Young (1790 - 1880)*
Created by: BarreNative
Record added: Jul 07, 2012
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Added: Jul. 7, 2012