Revolutionary War Historical Article
|John Bridge, Jr.||James Brown|
|John Brown, killed||Solomon Brown||John Chandler|
|John Chandler, Jr.||Joseph Comee, wounded||William Diamond|
|Robert Douglas 1||Isaac Durant||Prince Estabrook 2, wounded|
|Nathaniel Farmer, wounded||Isaac Green||William Grimes|
|Caleb Harrington, killed||Daniel Harrington||John Harrington|
|Jonathan Harrington||Jonathan Harrington Jr. 3, killed||Moses Harrington, III|
|Moses Harrington, Jr.||Thaddeus Harrington||Thomas Harrington|
|Isaac Hastings||Samuel Hadley, killed||Thomas Hadley, Jr.|
|John Hosmer||Micah Hagar||Benjamin Lock|
|Ebenezer Lock||Rueben Lock||Abner Mead|
|Ebenezer Munroe, Jr.4, wounded||Jedediah Monroe, wounded||John Munroe|
|John Monroe, Jr.||Ebenezer Parker||Jonas Parker, killed|
|Captain John Parker||Jonas Parker, Jr.||Nathaniel Parkhurst|
|Solomon Piece, wounded||Asahel Porter, killed 5||John Raymond 7, killed|
|Joshua Reed||Joshua Reed, Jr.||Nathan Reed|
|John Robbins, wounded||Phillip Russell||Benjamin Sampson|
|Samuel Sanderson||Joseph Simonds||Joshua Simonds|
|John Smith||Phineas Smith||Simeon Snow|
|Phineas Stearns||Jonas Stone, Jr.||John Tidd, wounded|
|Samuel Tidd||William Tidd||Joseph Underwood|
|Joel Viles||Benjamin Wellington||Enock Wellington|
|John Winship||Thomas Winship, wounded||Sylvanus Wood 6|
|James Wyman||Nathaniel Wyman 7, killed|
1 - He was one of Captain Jeremy Belknap's Wobum Company; enlisted in John Parker's Company on April 19, 1775
2 - Prince Estabrook was African American
3 - Jonathan Harrington was the son of Henry and was known as "Junior" at the time.
4 - He was the son of Jonas and was known as "Junior".
5 - Asahel Porter was unarmed and had been taken prisoner by the British, he was shot while trying to run away during the first moments of the skirmish. Porter was counted in the 77 men attributed to John Parker's Company.
6 - Sylvanus Wood was from Captain Joshua Walker's Woburn Company, enlisted in John Parker's Co. April 19, 1775.
7 - John Rymond and Nathaniel Wyman were killed during the British Retreat later in the day, April 19, 1775.