Amos Lincoln served in the Boston Tea Party, Massachusetts Artillery and against Daniel Shay's Rebellion. Both of his wives were daughters of Paul Revere.
Republican Farmer (CT), Jan. 28, 1829, p. 3:
Died. In Quincy, Capt. Amos Lincoln, formerly of Boston, aged 75 years, and uncle of the Governor of Massachusetts and Maine, a patriot and soldier of the Revolution. He was one of the intrepid band who consigned the Tea to the ocean, in 1775, and commanded a company of Artillery during the first years of the Revolution.
Enoch Lincoln (1721 - 1802)
Rachel Fearing Lincoln (1721 - 1782)
Deborah Revere Lincoln (1758 - 1797)
Elizabeth Revere Lincoln (1770 - 1805)
Francis Lincoln (1783 - 1849)*
Frederick Walker Lincoln (1796 - 1871)*
Eliza Marie Lincoln Josselyn (1801 - 1829)*
Levi Lincoln (1749 - 1820)*
Amos Lincoln (1754 - 1829)
Jedediah Lincoln (1760 - 1820)*
Abraham Lincoln (1762 - 1824)*
Cobb's Hill Cemetery (East and West)
Plot: Possibly Buried here?
Maintained by: Mary Harrell-Sesniak
Originally Created by: P Fazzini
Record added: Jan 28, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 64785323
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