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1721, Sep 141807, May 13
a lawyer, jurist, and statesman from Windham, Connecticut. He was a delegate for Connecticut to many sessions of the Continental Congress. In the French and Indian War Dyer was a Lt. Colonel in the militia. As the revolution began, Dyer was named to the state’s Committee of Safety, and named a delegate to the Continental Congress in 1774. He would serve in the Congress during 1774–1775, 1777–1779, and 1782–1783.
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05/13/1807-Connecticut Patriot Eliphalet Dyer dies
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To George Washington from Eliphalet Dyer, 18 August 1789:
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