Near this spot stood the John Myles Garrison House
The place of meetings of the troops of Massachusetts Bay and Plymouth Colonies commanded by Majors Thomas Savage and James Cudworth who marched to the relief of Swansea at the opening of King Philips War A.D. 1675.
There Fell in Swansea, slain by the indians:
Nehemiah Allin, William Hammond, William Cahoone, John Jones, Gershom Cobb, Robert Jones, John Druce, Joseph Lewis, John Fall,
John Salisbury, and William Salisbury.
To mark this historic site, the Monument was erected by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts A.D. 1912.
- Maintained by: Nancy Painthorse Salisbury
- Originally Created by: Gennaphyr
- Added: 6 Oct 2012
- Find A Grave Memorial 98399731
Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for William Salisbury (12 May 1622–24 Jun 1675), Find A Grave Memorial no. 98399731, citing Palmer River Churchyard Cemetery, Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, USA ; Maintained by Nancy Painthorse Salisbury (contributor 47899816) .