Revolutionary War Image

Colonel Ben Adam GALLUP (Benadam GALLUP) was a Revolutionary War patriot. He was born and died at Groton, New London County, Connecticut. He married Hannah AVERY. In 1776, he was serving as a Lieutenant Colonel for the Revolutionary cause. His earthy remains lie in the Gallup Hill Burying Ground at Ledyard, Connecticut.

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The image, Col. Benadam GALLUP, is subject to copyright by midgefrazel. It is posted here with permission via the Flickr API by barneykin, administrator of “The Revolution flickred” pool.

2 Responses to Ben Adam GALLUP

  1. Isaac Gates [Barbour] was born 7 October 1852 [Gallup 228]. Isaac Gates served in the Civil war transport as captain. [Stark 317] He married Prudence P.Gallup 24 September 1851 at Mystic River. Prudence was the daughter of Abagail Spicer and James Gates[Gallup 228] Prudence was a teacher at Mystic Academy (about 1850) [Stark 368]

    I am related to Prudence Gallup, do you have a gedcom you can share of your gallup line? I am also related to Desire Avery.

    Ephriam Gates b. 1783 carried on the family farm [Arms 196] married Desire Avery and a son of Ephriam Gates named Allen Gates had a daughter named Hannah who married James Baldwin Miner [Arms 196]

    Arms, William Tyler. History of Leyden, Massachusetts. The Enterprise and Journal. Orange, Massachusettes. 1959 p. 65,78 [Arms]

    Stark, Charles Rathbone, Groton Connecticut, 1705-1905. 1922.

    • Edna Barney says:

      Gwynn – I am not related to this family. I posted the photo here to honor Revolutionary War veterans. You may be able to contact the photographer, who is a descendant, by clicking on the picture above.

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