25th Continental Regiment

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Gardner's Regiment
Bond's Regiment
25th Continental Regiment
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182nd Cavalry Coat of Arms
Active 1775-1777
Allegiance Continental Congress of the United States
Type Infantry
Part of Massachusetts Line
Motto "Avitos Juvamus Honores" (We Uphold Our Ancient Honors)
Engagements Battle of Bunker Hill
Siege of Boston,
Invasion of Canada,
Battle of Valcour Island.
Commanders
Notable
commanders
Colonel Thomas Gardner
Colonel William Bond

The 25th Continental Regiment, also known as Gardner's and Bond's Regiment, was raised April 23, 1775 as a Massachusetts militia Regiment at Cambridge, Massachusetts under Colonel William Bond. The regiment would join the Continental Army in June 1775. The regiment saw action during the Siege of Boston, Invasion of Canada and the Battle of Valcour Island. The regiment was put into the 3rd Massachusetts brigade. It fought at the Battles of Saratoga on the extreme right of the American right flank, close to the river fortifications next to the hudson river.The regiment was disbanded on January 1, 1777 at Morristown, New Jersey.

The regiment traces its beginning to 1632 "North Regiment"; the 25th Continental Regiment lineage is by the 182nd Infantry Regiment (United States)-now 182nd Cavalry Regiment {Massachusetts National Guard}

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