The reason I used JRE Handyman was because he answered my request within hours and was able to accomodate my time line for work to be done. They took great care in protecting my floors,performed each job with great skill and they could be a cleaning service the house was so clean when they shook my hand and said goodbye. Comments: I was very pleased with the work Jose and Scott did. Deborah Sampson Gannett (December 17, 1760 – April 29, 1827), better known as Deborah Samson or Deborah Sampson, was a Massachusetts woman who disguised herself as a man in order to serve in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War.When Deborah's father abandoned the family, her mother was unable to provide for her children, so she placed them in the households of friends and relatives, a common practice in 18th-century New England.He also reported that her breasts were very small, and that she bound them with a linen cloth to hide them during her years in uniform.
Because she joined an elite unit, Sampson's disguise was more likely to succeed, since no one was likely to look for a woman in a unit made up of soldiers who were specially chosen for their above average size and superior physical ability. During her first battle, on July 3, 1782, outside Tarrytown, New York, she took two musket balls in her thigh and a cut on her forehead.
She begged her fellow soldiers to let her die and not take her to a doctor, but a soldier put her on his horse and took her to a hospital.