The Siege of Boston: Eyewitness Accounts from the Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Eyewitness Accounts from the Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Statement of Moses Gill certifying that the horses, cattle, and sheep removed from Noddles Island in June 1775 were used for the benefit of American troops, undated

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Statement of Moses Gill certifying that the horses, cattle, and sheep removed from Noddles Island in June 1775 were used for the benefit of American troops, undated
This statement of Moses Gill (1734-1800) certifies that the horses, cattle, and sheep removed from Henry Howell Williams's property on Noddles Island in June 1775 were used for the benefit of American troops.  This manuscript is from the Noddles Island papers a collection of documents assembled by Henry Howell Williams when he requested compensation for losses incurred to his property during the Siege of Boston.

Gill signed another statement in support of Henry Howell Williams on 20 March 1786.