Nathaniel Freeman (1741 – September 20, 1827) was an American physician and jurist. He was a Brigadier General during the American Revolutionary War and a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives in 1775.
== Biography ==
Nathaniel Freeman born in Dennis, Barnstable County, Massachusetts in 1741. He settled at Sandwich (also Barnstable County) in 1763 where he established a medical practice. He also studied Law.
In 1773, Freeman became chairman of the Committee of Correspondence of Safety of Sandwich. He was elected a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives in 1775 and was appointed colonel of a militia regiment.
Freeman served during the American Revolutionary War, commanding a militia regiment in the Rhode Island expedition, and from 1781 to 1791 he was brigadier general of militia. He was also a judge of probate and of the Court of Common Pleas.