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Bartholomew Trow

Bartholomew Trow was born in 1736 in Charleston, Massachusetts and later took part in the tea protest. His other patriotic affairs include becoming a minutemen at the Battles of Lexington and Concord, advanced to the rank of lieutenant under Colonel Thomas Gardiner’s regiment at Bunker Hill, and was the second lieutenant of the frigate “Boston”. He later died in 1806 and is buried at the Central Burying Ground in Boston.


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