Moses Nichols (June 28, 1740 – May 23, 1790) was an American physician, soldier, and leading citizen of Amherst, New Hampshire.
Nichols was born in Reading, Massachusetts, to Timothy Nichols and his wife Hannah Perkins. On July 7, 1761, Moses Nichols married Hannah Eaton of Lynn, Massachusetts. Colonel Nichols led a regiment of New Hampshire Militia (5th NH Militia Regt.) at the Battle of Bennington in 1777 and the Battle of Rhode Island in 1778. In 1780 he led his regiment to West Point where it formed part of the garrison. He attained the rank of Brigadier General.
- A List of The Revolutionary Soldiers of Dublin, N.H. by Samuel Carroll Derby Press of Spahr & Glenn, Columbus, Ohio 1901
- State Builders: An Illustrated Historical and Biographical Record of the State of New Hampshire. State Builders Publishing Manchester, NH 1903
- Provincial and State Papers of New Hampshire
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