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Nathaniel Wyman
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Birth: unknown
Death: Apr. 19, 1775
Middlesex County
Massachusetts, USA

American Revolutionary War Soldier. He was killed during the British retreat from Concord on the first day of the American Revolution, one of fifty Americans either killed or mortally wounded on that day. This is a memorial plaque to the ten Lexington men killed on that day; his actual burial place is unknown. 
The Pledge and Its Redemption.
Response of Lexington
to the Appeal of Boston
Dec. 1773.
"We trust in God, that should the state
of our affairs require it, we shall be
ready to sacrifice our estates and every
thing dear in life, yea and life itself,
in support of the common cause."
Names of the Citizens
of Lexington
Who Fell in Freedom's Cause
April 19, 1775.
Ensign Robert Munroe.
Jonas Parker.
Samuel Hadley.
John Brown.
Isaac Muzzey.
Caleb Harrington.
Jonathan Harrington, Jr.
Jedediah Munroe.
John Raymond.
Nathaniel Wyman.
"They poured out their generous blood
like water, before they knew whether
it would fertilize the land of freedom
or of bondage." Webster.
Created by: Eric Thomsen
Record added: Jun 22, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 7606650
Nathaniel Wyman
Added by: Eric Thomsen
Nathaniel Wyman
Added by: Eric Thomsen
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 Added: Feb. 6, 2004

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