The Society of Colonial Wars was founded in New York in 1892 for the purpose of furthering the interest in, and study of, America’s Colonial history for the period between the settlement of Jamestown, Virginia on May 13, 1607 and the Battle of Lexington on April 19, 1775.
The following SCW State of Missouri ancestors served in the Colonial Wars in the military or governmental capacity.
Maj. John Albro
Col./Gov. John Anderson
Capt. John Ashby
Col. William Aylett
John Bishop: Magistrate of Guilford, Connecticut, 1639-1643.
Thomas Blatchley: Elected Deputy to the Connecticut General Court from
Branford in May 1667, Oct. 1668, Oct. 1669.
Richard Borden bapt. 22 Feb 1595 - 25 May 1671 Assistant 1653-54, General Treasurer 1654-55; Commissioner 1667-70; Deputy 1667-70
Andrew Brown (abt 1658 - wp 3 Mar 1740-1)
John Thomas Buford
Captain John Carter Born 1720 Died Dec 18, 1783
commissioned a captain in the Spotsylvania Militia October 25, 1758. Member of the county court July 17, 1772.
Colonel Landon Carter Member House of Burgesses of Virginia (1748-1764)
Humphrey Chadbourne (bp. 23 Apr 1615 - 12 Sep 1667 inv.)
Capt. Daniel Clark
Gov. William Coddington
Col. Richard Cocke
William Comstock Soldier in Pequot War
John Coy, Sr.
Capt. Timothy Dwight
Colonel Joshua Fry
Maj. Jasper Griffin
Valentine Hollingsworth, Sr.
Josiah Hunnewell (25 Jun 1702 - aft Jun 1755)
Capt. Richard Hunnewell
Lieut. Ebenezer Johnson
Captain Stephen Lane
Stephen Larrabee: Killed by natives at Jewell's Island after escaping from North Yarmouth, ME, during King Philip's War.
Thomas Larrabee (? - 19 Apr 1723)
Thomas Larrabee II (16 Jun 1719 - 4 Jun 1797)
(Jan) John Mabee
Col. Martin Pickett, French and Indian War, 1761, as Lieut. in Capt. William Edmunds Company of Virginia Troops
Col. Thomas Prather, Major "of Conococheague" and Col. In Frederick Co., Maryland
John Milam, Sr
Henry Norton, Provost Marshall and Provost in the Province of Maine
Col Andrew Lewis Treat
Captain Thomas Prentice
Joseph Shores Price
Ensign John Pritchard (Pritchett)
Lt. Col. William Randolf
Lt. Col. Henry Ridgely
Lt. John Shapleigh
John Shepley IV, Ensign, Queen Anne's War
Lt. Philip Thomas
Capt. William Torrey
Capt. Richard Warfield, Jr.
Josiah Willard: Land granted in Wethersfield, CT, "As Pequot soldier."
Peleg Willard: Soldier in Capt. Peleg Redfield's company during the Campaigns
against the French in 1759 and 1760.
Simon Willard: Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1636
Charles Willing 08 May 1710 - 30 Nov 1754 Service in Pennsylvania: Common Council (1743); Justice (1745, 1749, 1752, 1754); Justice of the City Court (1747); Captain, Associated Regiment of Foot (1747); Mayor of Philadelphia (1748, 1754)
Gov. Edward Winslow
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General Society of Colonial Wars
King George's War (1744–1748)
Era Introduction- Colonial Wars
Queen Anne's War (1702–1713)
King William's War 1689-1698
French and Indian wars 1756 to 1763
Pequot War, war fought in 1636–37
Lord Dunmore's War or Dunmore's War—1774
Pontiac's War (also known as Pontiac's Conspiracy or Pontiac's Rebellion) 1763-1766
The Tuscarora War was fought in North Carolina September 22, 1711 -February 11, 1715
The Dummer's War - a series of battles between New England and the Wabanaki Confederacy who were allied with New France. : Jul 25, 1722 – Dec 15, 1725
Medicine in Colonial North America
The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration
Capture of Louisburg 1758
Fort de Chartres
The Great Swamp Fight fought during King Philip's War
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