30 December 2011

Reuben Newcomb 1740-1789

From B.M. Newcomb's book:

Reuben Newcomb served in the Revolutionary War as Private in the Second Battalion of New Jersey. He was wounded 18 Dec. 1776, in the Continental Army from Cumberland Co., and pensioned, 28 Dec. 1776, as "private, Militia, Col. Potter's Regiment, invalid, aged thirty-six, residing Hopewell, Cumberland Co. N.J."

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