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Colonel Sampson Sammons (December 24, 1722 – October 17, 1796) was an American officer in the American Revolutionary War.
Sammons was born in New York City and served during the war at the Battle of Oriskany and the Battle of Klock's Field. He was a member of the Tryon County Committee of Safety and a builder of the old Caughnawaga Church.
- The Mohawk Valley During the Revolution, by Harold Frederic, 1877
- Inscriptions from the Sammons Private Cemetery
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