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Continental General Charles Lee
Charles Lee Born: February 6, 1732; England
Died: 1782; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Battles: Fort Sullivan



1732
February 6 - Charles Lee is born in England.

1744
- Charles Lee studies in military school in Switzerland.

1747
- Charles Lee begins duty as an ensign in his father's regiment.

1751
May 2 - Charles Lee begins serving as a lieutenant in the 44th Foot.

1755
July 9 - Charles Lee is present at Braddock's Defeat near Fort Dusquesne.

1758
July 7 - Charles Lee is severly wounded in the British attack on Ticonderoga.

1760
- Charles Lee returns to England.

1761
August 10 - Charles Lee is appointed Major of the 103rd Regiment.

1762
- Charles Lee serves under Colonel John Burgoyne in Portugal.

1763
November - Charles Lee retires from the British Army.

1765
- Charles Lee joins the Polish Army.

1767
- Charles Lee is promoted to Major General in the Polish Army.
- Charles Lee returns to England.

1769
- Charles Lee returns to Poland and fights against the Turks.

1770
- Charles Lee returns to England.








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