Battle of Bunker Hill

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Revision as of 16:12, September 21, 2011

Several Andover residents were killed at the Battle of Bunker Hill:

  • Samuel Bailey
  • William Haggett
  • Joseph Chandler
  • Philip Abbot
  • Salem Poor

Two of the soldiers were Black, Salem Poor and Philip Abbot. A commerative stamp was issued in honor of Salem Poor.

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--Eleanor 12:36, May 16, 2006 (EDT)

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