Carlton, Samuel (Col.)

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Colonel Samuel Carlton (Aug. 11, 1731- Mar. 28, 1804)

Continental Army officer and member of the Massachusetts General Court. During the Revolution he raised a regiment at Salem in 1777 and marched to Fort Ticonderoga. Served under George Washington at Valley Forge. He is buried at Howard Street cemetery with his wife Eunice (Hunt).

For more, see entry on this wiki for Carltonville

See Also

Vertical File in the Salem Collection - Carlton, Samuel

Samuel Carlton Find a grave site

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War Vol. 3, p. 106