Deborah Huntley (b. August 20, 1714, d. date unknown)
Deborah Huntley56, 57, 58 was born August 20, 1714 in Lyme,New London,Connecticut, and died date unknown. She married Solomon Gee.
Notes for Deborah Huntley: Huntley Family Military Records:
King Phillip's War-- Major James Fitch served in 1675 with others from Lyme, CT. Aaron Huntley 5/15/1654-5/24/1745 Served in 1675 with others from Lyme, CT. Moses Huntley 7/1/1652-1729 Served in 1675 with others from Lyme, CT.
King George's War-- David Huntley b.1717-8/31/1745 KIA the only man killed in the landing at Cape Canso in 1745.
French and Indian War-- Elisha Huntley abt. 1724-1756 Died of smallpox while serving in the 2nd Conn. Regt. in the Campaign of 1756 Jabez Huntley 9/21/1721-abt. 1814 Campaigns of 1758, 1759 (Also served in the Revolutionary War) Jabez Huntley 7/1/1740-aft. 1830 In the Campaign of 1762 (Also served in the Revolutionary War) Jacob Huntley 6/5/1723-10/14/1762 KIA while serving in the 1st Conn. Regt. John Huntley abt 1729-1768 Served in the Campaigns of 1755, 1758, & 1759 Jonathan Huntley 3/9/1728-? Served in the Campaign of 1755 in the 3rd. Conn. Regt. Moses Huntley 1720 - 8/19/1760 Died of wounds in his Majesty's Hospital at Fort Edwards, NY. Moses Huntley abt. 1739-? Enlisted in a NY Regt. on 6/29/1762 Solomon Huntley 6/19/1737-10/2/1759 KIA in the Campaign of 1759 William Huntley 1739 - 6/24/1759 Died at Fort Edwards, NY
Revolutionary War In March 1775 Governor Trumbull called for action against the Tories and on April 19, 1775, a post rider set out from Watertown, Massachusetts to spread the word through the Connecticut towns of Norwich, Lyme and Saybrook to mobilize against the British. Connecticut’s navy was formed from an act of July 1, 1775 and in the beginning of the Revolutionary War, Connecticut became the leading source of provisions for the American forces.
Capt. James Huntley served in the Revolutionary war, He died on Feb 25 1816, at the age of 94 and is buried in the Old Stone Church Cemetery of East Lyme, Connecticut.
Aaron Huntley, Born 4 November, 1752 in Lyme, Colony of Connecticut, Died 18 February, 1819 in Antrim, New Hampshire. Military Service: Units Capt. Samuel Canfield's Company, Col. Benj. Bellow's New Hampshire Regiment to reinforce the garrison at Fort Ticonderoga Highest Rank: Private.
Abner Huntley 1/24/1746-aft. 1832 Col. Tyler's Regt. New York Continentals
Adriel Huntley 4/5/1752-2/26/1778 Lexington Alarm List of 1775 Amos Huntley 9/23/1747-5/16/1828 Served during the Lexington Alarm under Capt. Loomis
Andrew Huntley 1/16/1757-4/16/1836 Served in Col. Chapman's Conn. Regt. and was in the Battle of Long Island.
Andrew Huntley 3/30/1757-9/6/1829 Served in Gen. Stark's Brigade and fought in the Battle of Bennington
Asher Huntley 3/1/1767-3/3/1849 Served aboard the Conn. Brigantine "General Green"
Benjamin Huntley 3/3/1740/41-abt. 1800 Served with his son, Duran, in Ethan Allen's "Green Mountain Boys"
Bethuel Huntley 10/15/1755-aft. 1825 Served in the 2nd Regt. New York Line
Duran Huntley 8/4/1764-aft. 9/20/1842 Served in Col. Allen's Vt. Regt. at Castleton
Edmund Huntley 3/1/1754-aft. 1822 Served in Col. Huntington's Regt. and was in the Battle of Long Island.
Elihu Huntley 8/30/1743-9/13/1836 Served in various Conn. Regiments. Present at the Siege of Boston and took part in the Battle of White Plains
Elisha Huntley abt 1755-9/24/1824 POW Served in Col. Abbott's Conn. Regt.
Ezekiel Huntley bef.4/4/1731-7/25/1783 POW Served aboard the Brigantine "General Green". Taken prisoner by the British Ship-of-War "Virginia". Died 3 days after returning home after his release.
Ezekiel Huntley 4/1/1750-8/13/1839 Served in Col. Huntington's Conn. Regt. at Boston & Roxbury, Mass & in Col. Roger's Conn. Regt.
Howell Huntley 1/10/1750-8/2/1842 Served in Col. Latimer's Regt.
Isaiah Huntley 11/25/1751-12/21/1820 Served in Col. Benjamin Bellow's Regt.
Jabez Huntley 9/21/1721-abt. 1814 May have been in the Battle of Bunker Hill and helped capture a British Man-of-War at Machias, Maine (the Margaretta or Blauside).