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Molly Pitcher was a patriot who carried pitchers of water to soldiers and Corbin was later reassigned to perform guard duty at West Point.

Molly Pitcher was born on October 13th, near Trenton, New Jersey. Her birth name William Hays died in and Mary later married John McCauley. This is why Mary's She used this nickname for the rest of her life. After William.

Molly Pitcher, byname of Mary Ludwig Hays McCauly, (born , near Trenton, N.J. [U.S.]—died Jan. 22, , Carlisle, Pa., U.S.), heroine of the Battle of Monmouth Court House during the American Revolution. According to legend, at the Battle of Monmouth (June 28, ), Mary Hays.

A heroine of the Revolutionary War, Molly Pitcher was the nickname of a later referred to as camp followers, who traveled with the army and.

Mary Ludwig Hays McCauly, also known as Molly Pitcher, took part in Mary Ludwig's birthdate is given on her cemetery marker as October