Clinton, James

Clinton, James,

1733–1812, American Revolutionary general, b. Orange co., N.Y.; brother of George Clinton and father of De Witt Clinton. He served in the French and Indian WarsFrench and Indian Wars,
1689–1763, the name given by American historians to the North American colonial wars between Great Britain and France in the late 17th and the 18th cent.
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 and early in the Revolution took part in the disastrous Quebec campaign. His most noted exploit was his heroic but futile defense of Fort Clinton (near Kingston, N.Y.) against the British drive up the Hudson valley under Sir Henry ClintonClinton, Sir Henry,
1738?–1795, British general in the American Revolution, b. Newfoundland; son of George Clinton (1686?–1761). He was an officer in the New York militia and then in the Coldstream Guards.
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 in 1777. James Clinton later fought (1779) with Gen. John Sullivan against the Native Americans and served at Yorktown (1781).
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She leaves eight children: Mary Pat Garrity and her husband, Joe, of Clinton, James M.
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Michael Jackson, Aretha Franklin, Kenny Rogers, Bill Clinton, James Ingram, Stevie Wonder, Tony Bennett, Dionne Warwick, Michael Bolton, children's choruses, adult choruses, and more, more, more: "We Are the World," An American Reunion (HBO, January 17).
all of North Brookfield; his maternal grandparents, James (Nabor) and Mary (Mimi) Donnelly; his aunts and uncles, Maryellen Donnelly of Clinton, James Donnelly of Marshfield, with whom he lived, Kathleen and John Robinson, Patricia Nykiel, Christine O'Toole, Maryanne O'Toole, Anne Culver, Eileen O'Toole, Julie O'Toole , John O'Toole and Edwin Hernandez-Jimenez, Shiela and Richard LeBlanc; his godparents Mark and Mary Lavendure; his great-aunt Mary O'Toole; his cousins, Christopher O'Toole, Terrance and Charita O'Toole, Connor O'Toole and Torey and Cameron LeBlanc; a many other cousins and friends.
Farragher leaves eight children, Mary Pat Garrity and her husband, Joe, of Clinton, James M.
their four children, Jean Durkin of Clinton, James P.
their four children: Jean Durkin of Clinton, James P.
She is survived by two daughters, Anna Mikels and her husband, David, of Leominster and Penny Ann Lopez and her husband, Jose, of Florida; five sons, John Hoey and his wife, Tina, of Florida, Kenneth Hoey and his wife, Kendra, of Clinton, James Royal and his wife, Kathy, of South Carolina, Robert Royal of Florida, and David Givskud and his wife, Stacey, of Melrose; a sister, Virginia Talbot of Worcester; a brother, Irwin "Red" Brownson Jr.