African American Soldiers and Sailors
of New Hampshire
During the American Revolution

Sunday, October 29 at 3:00 p.m.
Plainfield Town Hall -- Route 12A -- Plainfield, NH

Program is FREE but donations are gladly accepted.

Glen Knoblock, historian and author of fifteen books about NH history, will speak abou this book African American Soldiers and Sailors of NH During the Revolutionary Way. His book includes information about Derrick Oxford, the black man who was a slave of William Gallup of Hartland, but who enlisted from Plainfield and is buried in teh Coreyville Cemetery. Jane Stephenson and Donna Beaupre will share their research in to Derrick Oxford's origins in Stonington, Connecticut, and all they have learned about his life prior to 1777 when he arrive in Vermont.