Harry S. Truman Chapter

Home
About Us
Our Purpose
Officers
Calendar of Events
Accomplishments
FAQ's
HST Color Guard
MOSSAR Color Guard
SCD Color Guard
Becoming a Member
Members Page
Newsletter
Other Organizations
Genealogical Links
Patriots
Add Patriot
Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in NW Missouri
Guest Book
Contact Us
2015 National Congress
American Revolution Soldiers Buried in Northwestern Misouri
 
Nathaniel Lewis  
Missouri Society Sons of the American Revolution

nathaniel_lewis.jpg
Nathaniel Lewis Grave Marker

Nathaniel Lewis Grave Marker - Lewis Cemetery, North Colony Lane, Independence, Jackson County, Missouri
 
Patriot Nathaniel Lewis assisted in establishing American Independence as a Private in Capt Granberry’s Company, North Carolina Troops, Continental Line.  Nathaniel enlisted 10 April 1776 and was discharged October 1778 with his service is documented at the U.S. National Archives & Records Administration. 
 
Nathaniel was born in 1736 in North Carolina and died 14 July 1826 in Jackson County, Missouri.  He is buried at the Old Lewis Cemetery is isolated within farm fields near 2256-2298 North Colony Lane, Independence, Jackson County, Missouri. 


Home | About Us | Our Purpose | Officers | Calendar of Events | Accomplishments | FAQ's | HST Color Guard | MOSSAR Color Guard | SCD Color Guard | Becoming A Member | Members Page | Newsletter Other Organizations | Genealogical Links Patriots Add A Patriot | Guest Book | Contact Us

Harry S. Truman Chapter, Missouri Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Independence, MO
Copyright  2006 MOSSAR All Rights Reserved.