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Revolutionary War General John Glover’s Continental Army “ARMY NOTE” Payment of His Massachusetts Marblehead Fishermen Militia Troops Rowed and Ferried General George Washington's Army Across the Delaware

(GENERAL JOHN GLOVER) (1732-1797). American Patriot Military Leader from Marblehead, Massachusetts who served as Colonel of the 14th Continental Regiment of “Marbleheaders” and directed the creation of the first US Naval Fleet, commonly called “Washington’s Schooners” by converting existing vessels into Privateers or Warships. Saved Washington’s army in October of 1776, evacuating by boat Washington and 9,000 Continental soldiers from Manhattan to Brooklyn. As Brigadier General in the Continental Army under Major General George Washington during the American Revolutionary War.

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