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 Obil Dill Fellows

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Obil Dill Fellows

Birth
Canaan, Litchfield County, Connecticut, USA
Death
15 Mar 1809 (aged 66)
Marcellus, Onondaga County, New York, USA
Burial
Marcellus, Onondaga County, New York, USA
Memorial ID
53035290 View Source

Obil enlisted to fight in the Revolutionary war on Jan 24, 1776. He fought in the Continental Army with Capt John Stephen's Company, Col Burrall's Regiment during the Northern Expedition of 1776 to take Quebec and force Canada into an alliance with the the colonies. Obil's group were separated from the main party at the "Cedars" forty miles above Montreal where on May 19, 1776 Obil and the other officers and men were taken prisioner by the British. He was discharged Sep 27, 1776. About 1784 he and his family moved to Huntington, Luzerne County, PA. He was listed among the taxable residents of Huntington in 1796 as Abiel Fellows.The 1800 Pennsylvania Census lists Obil Fellows as living in Luzerne County, PA (Roll no 2, page no 148). In the winter of 1802 the family moved to Onondaga, NY.

Obil enlisted to fight in the Revolutionary war on Jan 24, 1776. He fought in the Continental Army with Capt John Stephen's Company, Col Burrall's Regiment during the Northern Expedition of 1776 to take Quebec and force Canada into an alliance with the the colonies. Obil's group were separated from the main party at the "Cedars" forty miles above Montreal where on May 19, 1776 Obil and the other officers and men were taken prisioner by the British. He was discharged Sep 27, 1776. About 1784 he and his family moved to Huntington, Luzerne County, PA. He was listed among the taxable residents of Huntington in 1796 as Abiel Fellows.The 1800 Pennsylvania Census lists Obil Fellows as living in Luzerne County, PA (Roll no 2, page no 148). In the winter of 1802 the family moved to Onondaga, NY.


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