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Natasha Henry
Natasha Henry • 1 year ago

Conrad Heyer (b. 1749), photographed ca. 1852 - served with George Washington in the Revolutionary War

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Conrad Heyer, this picture was taken circa 1852. He was approximately 103 when photographed, having been born in 1749. He was reportedly the first white child born in Waldoboro, Maine, then a German immigrant community. He served in the Continental Army under George Washington during the Revolutionary War, crossing the Delaware with him and fighting in other major battles.

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