In the Yale and her honor-roll in the American revolution, 1775-1783, including original letters, record of service, and biographical sketches are compiled the missing record, so far as Yale’s part is concerned, of it’s members involvement with the Revolutionary War. The first part includes an outline of the operations in each year of the war, showing the situation wherever graduates were present, and in connection with which some original letters written by them from field and camp are inserted. In the second part will be found the Roll of Honor, or list of all known to have been engaged during the war, with biographical sketches added. Authorities and sources of information are indicated in footnotes, and in an introductory note to the second part.
New Haven County
A genealogy of the Abernathy family of New Haven Connecticut as extracted from the Families of Ancient New Haven. Variant: Ebernatha
The Pequot War, fought in 1637, the year before New Haven was settled, was participated in by 130 Connecticut men of whom not more than 95 have been identified. The best authority on this subject is James Shepard’s pamphlet entitled “Conn. Soldiers in the Pequot War,’’ Meriden, 1913. The following veterans of the Pequot War