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CPT Nathaniel Woodhull

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CPT Nathaniel Woodhull Veteran

Birth
New York, USA
Death
18 Jan 1802 (aged 32)
Blooming Grove, Orange County, New York, USA
Burial
Orange County, New York, USA Add to Map
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There are two stones that seem to belong to Captain Nathaniel Woodhull. (not to be confused with his uncle General Nathaniel Woodhull) The first stone just has the date of his death. The second has just his name. Not sure if they were one piece at some point, but they stand apart now.

Appears with the rank of Sergeant on a NY militia muster roll for Hathorn's Regiment of Orange County for Nov. 1779. Also his name appears as a signature on a petition to the Provincial Congress in May 1776 for the formation of the Light Horse Troop of which his father, Ebenezer, was captain.

Died unmarried.

The old Blooming Grove Church records have him dying on January 13, 1803
but I believe this to be a transcription error.
There are two stones that seem to belong to Captain Nathaniel Woodhull. (not to be confused with his uncle General Nathaniel Woodhull) The first stone just has the date of his death. The second has just his name. Not sure if they were one piece at some point, but they stand apart now.

Appears with the rank of Sergeant on a NY militia muster roll for Hathorn's Regiment of Orange County for Nov. 1779. Also his name appears as a signature on a petition to the Provincial Congress in May 1776 for the formation of the Light Horse Troop of which his father, Ebenezer, was captain.

Died unmarried.

The old Blooming Grove Church records have him dying on January 13, 1803
but I believe this to be a transcription error.


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