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Westchester County New York Militia

February 8th, 1780

Early yesterday morning died of the wounds he received on the 3d instant, in the attack on the rebels near the White-Plains, Captain HAZARD WILCOX, of the Loyal Refugee Volunteers.

Same evening his remains were intered, attended by a numerous acquaintance, who lamented the loss of so brave and valuable a subject.

He left a disconsolate widow and five children, lately escaped from rebel oppression.

[NOTE: This article is in error. Hazard WILCOX served with the Westchester County Militia, not the Loyal Refugee Volunteers.]

The Royal American Gazette, (New York), February 9th, 1780.

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