Physician. Alexander accompanied his father as a surgeon on the expedition to Louisburg; was Chairman of the Windsor Connecticut Committee of Safety, Chairman of a commission to examine applicants for surgeons in the Continental Army. Alexander and Oliver Wolcott were given land grants at Montgomery, Franklin Co. NH in 1780 for their service in the Revolutionary war; settled at Windsor as a physician, trained his slave, Primus, in the practice of medicine and freed him to start his own medical practice; Justice of the Peace; Representative to the Connecticut General Assembly
7 X Great Grandparents of
Ryan and Alyssa Conover (9 generations)
Children of Lydia Roswell Atwater and Alexander Wolcott
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