|Death: ||1840, USA|
Revolutionary War Soldier in the artillery as a matross which is a rank of private. A matross was a man who assists the gunners in loading, firing and sponging the guns.
Additional information from Robert Michael Field (contributor #47323027):
Willis Fellows was born in Harvard, Worcester Co, Massachusetts, and moved through New York, Ohio, and Indiana before ending in Illinois. He is the son of Samuel Fellows and Eunice Heald Fellows.
Samuel Fellows (1712 - 1781)
Eunice Heald Fellows (1717 - 1795)
Willis Fellows (1782 - 1847)*
Dorcas Fellows Baker (1787 - 1877)*
Hepsey Fellows Montgomery (1789 - 1866)*
Levi Fellows (1793 - 1869)*
Hart Fellows (1797 - 1878)*
William H Fellows (1805 - 1820)*
MAT ROSS MASS LINE, REVOLUTIONARY WAR 1757 1840
Plot: Row 1 W to E, No.5 N to S
Created by: Mary
Record added: Sep 24, 2009
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