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Submitted: 9/6/20 • Approved: 9/6/20 • Last Updated: 9/6/20 • R17107-G0
December 22, 1753
June 20, 1844
Participant in the Boston Tea Party on December 16, 1773. Revolutionary War Patriot, served in the Contenental Army when it besieged Boston and in battles of Trenton and Princeton.
Sprague was a mason by trade and helped to build the State House.
He was a decendedent of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren and of William Sprague, one of the original settlers of Hingham,
Contributed on 9/6/20 by tomtodd
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