Abraham Markoe (July 2, 1727 – August 28, 1806) was a Danish businessman living in Pennsylvania who actively supported American independence by founding the Philadelphia Light Horse, now known as the First City Troop, and presenting them with a regimental flag of thirteen stripes to represent the thirteen rebel colonies.

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  • Abraham Markoe (July 2, 1727 – August 28, 1806) was a Danish businessman living in Pennsylvania who actively supported American independence by founding the Philadelphia Light Horse, now known as the First City Troop, and presenting them with a regimental flag of thirteen stripes to represent the thirteen rebel colonies. (en)
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  • Abraham Markoe (July 2, 1727 – August 28, 1806) was a Danish businessman living in Pennsylvania who actively supported American independence by founding the Philadelphia Light Horse, now known as the First City Troop, and presenting them with a regimental flag of thirteen stripes to represent the thirteen rebel colonies. (en)
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