Joshua Simmons II (Revolutionary War Veteran)
Posted by: S5280ft
N 42° 50.410 W 084° 47.754
16T E 680120 N 4745422
Quick Description: Located in North Eagle Cemetery on the east side of South Grange Road, about 2 miles north of I-96. Parking available in the cemetery. The gravesite is across the road just northeast of the Michigan Historical Marker (see photo).
Location: Michigan, United States
Date Posted: 11/20/2006 7:11:58 PM
Waymark Code: WMZ8B
Joshua Simmons II, Revolutionary War veteran, is buried in this cemetery. He was born on a Massachusetts farm in the early 1760s. In 1778 he volunteered to fight the British and served with various units in Massachusetts for about two years. In 1790 he married Ruth Andrews. Later the family migrated to western New York. His wife died in 1806 leaving Joshua to raise their eight children. In the 1830s his younger son David settled in this area. Joshua joined him and at his death in 1840 was buried here on his son's land.
Location type: Single Grave
Date of Birth: August 3, 1764
Date of Death: June 28, 1840
Cause of death: Died Later
Grave Marker Text:
August 3, 1764
June 28, 1840
Erected by D.A. Simmons 1848
Ranks: Not listed
PLEASE NOTE: This category is for American Revolutionary War Veterans only. Veterans of other revolutions are not part of this category.
I have allowed one entry for a grave of British solders, but it was an exception. Please only list graves for Colonial soldiers.
Simply visit the locations. Please provide as much information as possible. Pictures would be a great addition.