Category Archives: Plymouth

Lucy Scott and Amariah Watson…did they marry…

In my past post, I shared some information about the Pettibone Family. I was trying to determine if Lucy Scott really did marry Noah Pettibone Jr. in 1778. If she married him in May of 1778, the marriage didn’t last … Continue reading

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Obadiah Scott Senior and Hannah Howe’s children: Lucy Scott and her very confusing life

Lucy Scott was a daughter of Obadiah Scott and Hannah Howe. She was born the 26th of July 1760 in Waterbury under the name Lewce: Lewce Scott female, 26 July 1760, Waterbury, Parents Obadiah and Hannah. Source: Connecticut Town Records, pre-1870 … Continue reading

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The Revolutionary War: Solomon Goss a prisoner in Forty Fort in 1778

It took awhile, for me to learn that there were levels in the Revolutionary Army.  There is the local militia, the state militia and the Continental Army or Washington’s Army if you like.  There might be another level, but I … Continue reading

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