1807 Whitingham Vermont Captain Samuel Parker Revoluntionary War veteran doc. For Sale
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1807 Whitingham Vermont Captain Samuel Parker Revoluntionary War veteran doc.:
Fascinating piece of Americana here. Document is a receipt to Capt. Sam'l Parker October 5, 1807, looks to be for purchase of 12 and 24 pairs of leather gloves. Captain Parker served in the Massachusetts Infantry during the Revolutionary War, Captain Putnam's Company, Colonel Davies Regiment. Sometime around 1800 or so he moved to Vermont. His grave can be found to this day in the Sadawga Cemetery, Whitingham, Vermont.
Condition is very good. Wonderful opportunity to own a piece of early American history. Registered APS Dealer.Notes: often I include multiple images of the lot to give the full flavor-the lot description will indicate whether just one or several items are being offered - too, these images are rarely the exact size of the item itself. All sales will run their full time allotment - any pre-sale closing offers, though appreciated, will be respectfully declined.If you have questions regarding the item, shipping, payment options, etc - please don’t hesitate to ask!
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