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William Coram
Birth: Oct. 2, 1756
Virginia, USA
Death: Jun. 10, 1821
Warren County
Georgia, USA

William Coram was one of only two Revolutionary War soldiers who served in the Commander in Chief's Guard, the elite bodyguard unit for General George Washington, for the entire duration of the unit's existence (1777-1783). He was discharged from the Commander in Chief's Guard as a Sergeant in 1783 and died in 1821 in Warren County, Georgia. He is buried in an unknown location in Warren County. 
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Record added: Feb 17, 2011
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William Coram
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From "Commander-in-Chief's Guard" by Dr. Carlos Godfrey:CORAM, WILLIAM: Private, Virginia Line; transferred Morristown, N.J., May 1, 1777, to the Commander-in-Chief's Guard, commanded by Captain Caleb Gibbs; at battle of Brandywine, Del., September 11, ...(Read more)
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 Added: Apr. 3, 2011 information on William Coram, Commander in Chief's Guard,Revolutionary War. A true American Patriot!
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 Added: Apr. 2, 2011
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