Richard Falley Jr.
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Falley joined the Provincial Army at age 16. He was captured by Native Americans at the surrender of Fort Edward, taken to Montreal and adopted into the tribe. He was later ransomed from the tribe for 16 gallons of rum and returned to Westfield.
Westfield, Massachusetts' Falley Drive is named for him. He is buried at the Old Burying Grounds off of Mechanic Street in Westfield.
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