Mary Ludwig Hays(Molly Pitcher)
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This is where Mary Ludwig Hays here nick name was Molly Pitcher. She was born in Trenton, NJ on October 13, 1744. She had one brother named Johann Martin. Her father was a butcher
Her job before the war the Revolution War she carried pitches of water to the soldiers during the battle of Monmouth on June 28, 1778. She had gotten her nickname Molly Pitcher because they had been calling her Molly and because she had to carry pitches of water for the soldiers.
Mary took over the cannon that her husband had because he had gotten shot. That's is what she is famous for.
The main thing we can learn from Molly Pitcher is that she was brave enough to go on that battle after her husband got wounded.
After what she had done lots of other women were inspired. So they did the same thing took over cannons and gained the same nickname Molly Pitcher.
Molly was still alive during the Revolutionary War and after. During the war she got captures and eventually was released. After her husband died she married veteran named John McCauley and later died in January 22, 1832.
Married to John McCauley
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