|Birth: ||May 3, 1756|
|Death: ||Jul. 26, 1840|
New York, USA
Pvt. Noah Agard was the son of John and Mary (Mason) Agard. He was the husband of Lucina (Jones) Agard. He served during the Revolutionary War.
Connecticut Town Birth Records, pre 1870.
Noah Agard born May 3, 1756
Parents: John and Mary
Non-Mohawk Valley Pensioners
He served as private in the 1st New York Regiment for 11 months in 1775.
A Roster of Revolutionary ancestors of the Indiana Daughters of the American Revolution: commemoration of the United States of America Bicentennial, July 4, 1976.
Volume I, Page 6
Service: Volunteer as private in 1775, member of Company 18, 1st Regiment of the line, Col. Van Schaick and
Lt. Cornelius Van Dyck.
Descendant: Becker, Lois Myers (Mrs. Geo) No.491027
Sketches and chronicles of the Town of Litchfield, Connecticut, historical, biographical, and statistical--
Chapter X, Page 184
The Litchfield Circuit was organized in the Spring of 1790 in the "northwestern section of Connecticut." On the 21st of July 1791 Bishop Francis Asbury preached in the Methodist Episcopal Church in Litchfield.
The Bi-Centennial celebration of the settlement of Litchfield, Connecticut, August 1-4, 1920.
Official Program - Sunday, August 1st, Page 33
In 1805 the names of twelve men were recorded on the Grand List of Litchfield, as Methodists - two of the twelve were Noah Agard and Elisha Horton (said to have been one of the "Boston Tea Party").
Lucina Jones Agard (1759 - 1841)*
Horace Agard (1785 - 1850)*
Lucina Agard (1788 - 1827)*
"AE 84 Years."
"A Soldier Of The Revolution."
North Settlement Cemetery
New York, USA
Created by: Mary Jane Haight-Eckert
Record added: Feb 08, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 24490416
Noah and Lucina, you set the standard for our family.|
Added: Oct. 25, 2013