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Asa Pollard

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Years of service  1775
Allegiance  Thirteen Colonies
Rank  Private
Service/branch  Continental Army
Name  Asa Pollard

Asa Pollard Boston 1775 Asa Pollard Casualty on Bunkers Hill
Born  November 15, 1735 North Billerica, Massachusetts (1735-11-15)
Battles/wars  French and Indian War American Revolutionary War Battle of Lexington and Concord Battle of Bunker Hill
Died  June 15, 1775, Charlestown, Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Billerica's Asa Pollard KIA 1775


Asa Pollard (November 15, 1735 – June 15, 1775) was an American soldier. He was the first soldier to fall at the Battle of Bunker Hill in the American Revolutionary War.

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Early life

Asa Pollard born on November 15, 1735 in North Billerica, Massachusetts from John and Mary Pollard, two farmers.

American Revolutionary War

Pollard enlisted in the Continental Army on May 8, 1775, and his first battle was during the Battles of Lexington and Concord. He died in the Battle of Bunker Hill (fought on Breed's Hill) when a cannonball shot from a ship, took off his head.

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Asa Pollard Wikipedia


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