Joseph Plumb Martin (November 21, 1760 – May 2, 1850) was a soldier in the
Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, holding the rank of ...
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Sep 17, 2015 ... Grave monument of Joseph Plumb Martin, Sandy Point Cemetery, Sandy Point ...
Title page of Joseph Plumb Martin's narrative, published 1830.
Joseph Plumb Martin, born in western Massachusetts, joined the militia in ... In
this excerpt, Plumb described the British surrender at Yorktown in October 1781.
Joseph Plumb Martin was a private during the American Revolutionary War. His
writings and narrative provide accurate facts of the American Revolution.
Joseph Plumb Martin here<sup>1</sup> recalls the hardships soldiers experienced on the
line and after they were discharged. Plumb Martin enlisted in the Continental
A teenage private in the 8th Connecticut regiment and then in Washington's
Continental army, Plumb Martin kept a diary of his experiences for 7 years.
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Jan 24, 2013 ... A Narrative of a Revolutionary Soldier: Some of the Adventures, Dangers, and
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Mar 2, 2000 ... Birth: Nov. 21, 1760. Becket Berkshire County Massachusetts, USA. Death: May 2
, 1850. Stockton Springs Waldo County Maine, USA.
Jan 5, 2009 ... Joseph Plumb Martin served as a private soldier in the Continental Army for eight
years (1776-83), with one hiatus during the winter of 1776-77.