- Grant Recipient
- 3679 River Rd, Endicott, NY 13760, USA
- 42.108626, -76.007126
Binghamton Chapter, ESSSAR
BURIALS AS EARLY CA. 1800
AMOS PATTERSON 1749-1817
REVOLUTIONARY WAR VETERAN
SERVED IN MA MILITIA.
WILLIAM G. POMEROY FOUNDATION 2020
The origins of the American Revolution can be traced back to 1775, when the first shots were fired between colonial and British forces at the Battle of Lexington and Concord. Soon after, the American Colonies declared their independence from Great Britain on July 4, 1776. As the newly formed United States went to war with Great Britain, hundreds of men across the Thirteen Colonies joined the fight. These men came from different walks of life; some were farmers, others were tradesmen, lawyers, doctors and merchants. Despite their differences they desired the same thing: freedom and independence. Colonial forces faced severe challenges, including lack of supplies and military training however in the face of obstacles they were undeterred. After nearly 8 years the colonies defeated Great Britain and successfully achieved their independence. It is important to remember the lives and sacrifices made by those who fought for American freedom.
Patterson-Hooper Cemetery is a small burial ground where of a number of early residents are buried, with the first burial taking place around 1800. Among those buried here is Revolutionary War veteran Amos Patterson (1749-1817), who served with the Massachusetts militia.