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Hessian soldiers in the American Revolution






and the soldiers listed in them







Amboy Center Cemetery, 

Amboy, Oswego Co., New York.


Antis Lutheran Cemetery, Antis Township, 

Blair County, PA,USA

Jacob Rasnick Cemetery a private cemetery

in SW Virginia, in a place they called Glade Hollow

Drylands Cemetery Northampton County, PA, USA

Saint Joseph Parish Cemetery, 

Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada


The Cemetery of the First Congregational Church Memorial Plaque, Bennington, Vermont

The graveyard of the Old Rockingham Meeting House in Windham County, Vermont St.Paul's Church National Historic Site, NY, LINK

McClintic Family Cemetery, 

Greenbrier County, West Virginia

Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia, PA
Christian Geverd burial

Old Demetery Cemetery at Union Church in North Whitehall Township, Lehigh County, PA

(also known as the Neffs Church or Schlossers Church)


Patriot and Hessian Burial Monument in cemetery of First Congregational Church of Bennington, VT








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The Bayreuther Zeitung Newspaper
No. 58, 23 March, 1802.

Ansbach Regiment

Marie Rasnick Fetzer

Bob Brooks

Ansbach - Bayreuth Troops

Jochen Seidel


TERM PDF as used by John Merz is not an Adobe electronic file, it is Personal Data File for an individual soldier.



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