Nonesuch, Jonathan

Jonathan Nonesuch was a signatory to the Nehantic Indian petition in 1743 and 1749.  In 1755 he enlisted into the king's service out of the 1st or North Company in Colchester.  While originally listed in Capt. Simon Smith's 4th Company of the 4th Regiment at Lake George in 1758, he actually served under Capt. John Hungerford in the 12th Company of the 1st Regiment.  In 1761 he deserted from Seth King's 7th Company of the 1st Regiment and later joined Major General Phineas Lyman's 1st Company of the 1st Regiment.  While he was reported dead in service on November 4, 1762, that might have been in error.  A person named Jonathan Nonesuch married Susannah Charles in Farmington, Connecticut on May 5, 1767.
 
Bates, Rolls of Connecticut Men in the French and Indian War, 1755-1762, Vol. I, 86: Vol. II, 1758-1762,122, 165, 173, 248, 297.  Farmington First Congregational Church, Index, 1652-1938, Connecticut State Library.
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