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STANDARD OF PHILADELPHIA LIQHT HORSE, 1776. 




.-G OK HANOVER A?;5''C'A : O'iS. ■ 



flt. 




FLAG OF HANOVER ASSOCIATORS, IT76. 



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Re]>riiit«d under diroctioii of 
ClL.VRr.KS WARHETs* STON'K. 

Secretaiyofllie Conunonwcalth. 




Edited bv -;: 

JOHN B.LINN AKD Wm.H.KGLE.M.!)... 






HARltlSUlTRG: 
p:.K.Mey«rB,Sfatn I'l-tiKcr. 







Re|nHutod tinder dirotition of 
CTI-UII.ES WARUKN' STONK. 

Secrelarvol'lJio Coinnionwealth., 




EJiled by '": 

JOHN B.LINN AND W'M.H.EGLE.MJl.'.'. 



UAHHlSlirHU: 

K.K.Mvyors.Slato frtntui 



PENNSYLVANIA 



IN THB 



War op the Revolution, 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS AND MILITIA. 



1775-1783. 



• • « 



VOLUME I. 



EDITED BY 

WILLIAM H. EGLE, M. D. 



HARRISBURO: 

■. K. mrSRS, 8TATS PfUNTBB. 

1800. 



« 




1034S8 



CONTENTS. 



PAOB. 

Alphabetical List of Soldiers of the Revolution, 1-260 

Documents relating to the Assooiators and Militia in General, 251-268 
Muster Rolls and papers relating to the Associators and Militia 

of the County of Lancaster, 20^^180 

Muster Rolls and Papers relating to the Associators and Militia 

of the City and County of Philadelphia, 481-794 



( 




^■'p'y^'>->'t.,^-*'^y^/i'^^C<-^Z^'»'H^ 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 

OF 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 



1775-1783. 



[Th« lUlowliv «l|ktuib«Uokl Llat of Soldfen of tbe War tot Indepeo- 
denoe has been oompiled oblefly fMnn tbe Depredation Aooonnt books 
In Ibe office of the Auditor Qenentl of PennaylTanla. It ia dlffloult to 
dMlagnUh bMwaeo tbow of tb» line, tba AevirtMbHi, Rti^ara, or BCtt- 
i(lK md pim^oftttenvoodonbt, Appear In the telle already pablMwd; 
jet It ban been deeraod proper to print this list as ft ia. It oontnlna 
nearly ten thnnsand nameo, and, as wftl b« seen hereafter, but a amaJl 
proportion of those hsroea who gave m the iwdtage of liberty and 0«« 
goTBrnment wo eqjoy.] 



SOLDIERS OF THE REVOLUTIOH. 



AaroD, Chrlstopber. 

Abagast, Lodowick. 

Abb, George. 

Abb, Henry. 

Abl*, Andrew 

Abl>uU, TlJornas; enllBtod July U, 177C, rwlOlllg In AdMH « 

111 1828 ; Captain Nicbola. 
Accar Francis. 
Ackermiin, Francis,' 
Ackerlej, John. 
Ackles, Arthur. 
Ackley, David. 
Acton. Thomas. 
AcutT, Jacob. 
AdMii, William. 
Adams, Deliverance. 
Adams, James. 
Adams, Jedediah. 
Adams, Pitt Collin. 

Adams, Robert; died tn Allegheny county In 1828. 
Adams, George. 
Adams, William. 

Adams. John, residing, in 1821, in Northumberland oonnty. 
Adams, Samuel. 
Adams, A slier. 
Adams, Fet«r. 
Adams, Christopher. 
Adams, Francis. 
Adorns, Stophel. 
Adams, Matthias, 
Ad II mi. Christian. 
Adams, Matthew.' 

Adams, Kolonon, residing In Bedford county tn ISSO. 
Adams, Thomas. 
Adams, John Q. 
Adams, Jonathan. 
Addair, Jamea. 



4 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Adleman, George. 

Aertfch, Christian. 

Aftennan,MaUblas. , 

Ahtley, John. 

Alkeiis, Itobert. 

Alkies, Arthur. 

Aile, ChiistiBn. 

Am, ChrJBtlan. 

AimoH. liobert. 

Airs, Isaac. 

Airs, Samuel. 

Akerui;ui Jacob. 

AkiliKa, Hubert. 

AllxjrKcr I'hilip. 

Albert, Jacob, residing tn MarrUnd In 1820. 

Albert, Willimn. 

Albletli, AtnoB, 

Albriitht, Philip, 

Albright, Joseph. 

Albright, John, 

Albright, Captain. 

Albright, Pliilip, Captain. 

Albright, MichHel. 

Alcorn, Jamea. 

Atcom, William. 

Aldin, John. 

Aldridge, Joseph. 

Aldrldxe, Itobert. 

Aid ridge, ThomaB. 

Alexander, John. 

Alexander, William. 

Alexander, (ieorite. 

Alexander, Captain. 

Alexander, Thomas. 

Alexander, Charles. 

Alexander, Joseph. 

Alexander, Onmes. 

Alford, George. 

Alford, John. 

Alice, Henry 

Allmnn, Andrew. 

AllbriKl't, iTohn. 

Allcorn, WIDtam. 

AUeman, John. 

Alteman, Frederick. 

Allen, Samuel. 



BSTOLUTIONABY SOU>IEBS. 6 

AHaiy Jompb. 

Allen. Ephraim. 

Allen, Richard. 

ADen, Davht. 

Allen, JohD ; died In Bucks county In Ifibo. 

Allen, William. 

Alkn, Thomas. 

Allen, Peter. 

Allen, Stephen, residing in Uutler county In 1836. 

Allen, Barnabas. 

Allen, Jacob. 

Alleu, Andrew. 

Allen, Lemu^ 

Alleo, Enoch. 

Allen, Robert. 

AUinon, WiUiam. 

Allison, James, Adjutant. 

Allison, Thomas. 

Allison, John. 

Allison, Alexander. 

Allison, Robert. 

Allison, Richard. 

Allison, James. 

Alleinan, Ijiwrence. 

Allor Adiean. 

AllsUdt, John. 

Almond, AnthoDf. 

Alsbousf, DHVJd. 

Alspou);h,.1ohn. 

Alspoiigh, David. 

Alsreden, Colonel. 

Alstot, John. 

Alien, Barney. 

Altera, Henry. 

Alter, Joseph, residing in Northumberland county, 1827. 

Althouse. John Matthias, reaidiniir in Somerset county in 1822. 

Alt house, Henry. 

Altick, Michael, from Franklin couDty; residing in Maryland, 

1825. 
Altimose, John. 
Alvenift, John. 
AIv*-rt, John 
Amberaon, William. 
Amberson, Lieutenant. 

Amberson, Johnston, residing In Payette county in 1819 
Ambler, Joseph. 



ASMUMnWJAL LMT OT 



A WW. MwliN. 
A MM, K|4iritlm. 

AHilHKHti, 't'MllUA, 

AiiHiti, .Mm. 
A num. MhILIiIm, 
Aiit|iliilw, .Idliri. 
Ariii'bi, .lotiii. 
All. l'<.llliiii,Ji««|ili, 
hi.JkIim. 



All. I 



, Jiiliii. 



AlllllHMI 

AiiiUnwi 

■lilliiu 
Anilinwtii, Juliii 

imiiiilv, IKI-I. 
AitiliuMm Willlniu. 
AiiilnriMiii, ('iki>litlii, 
A iiitt<i mut, Mttikw, 

Atl<1|l|Nll|l 

A mtni wm 

A iittvmxi, 

IHIK 

A)llll<llK>lt, 

Atitk'iMXt, 
At»l.<i«vti 
Amh'iMMt, 

AkitU'4<K4t, J»i,-\4>. 
AiKktMw, Ankw. 
AtMhtdrawu. t>Mn«k, 



Ailmii, iiflvHtu, rMldlng In WwlMorriand eaanty, IMB. 
lt<itH<rl, inlvHtii; twrved until the end of tiM wkt; n- 
KmiiklliMiimiity, 1812. 

irvtMl tltruugli tlie war; nMtBi in Boells 



l.loiilMHUit ThoMHU (flrat] : reaidlDr In B««ka t 

fMtrU. 
U«rlttt. 



t>*\Ml(>f- 






BBVOLUTKONARr 

Aii«en»<dc, MattUdML . 
A»f Ilti« John. 

Nicholas. 
Godfrey. 
r^ Robert. 

*, James, Lieutenant. 

:^ Nicholas. 
Captain. 

\ John. 

% If iebael. 
Anthony, Captain. 
Anthony, Daniel. 
'Anthony, George. 
Antes, Frederick, Colonel. 
Antrim, Samuel. 
Antrein, John. 
Anthony, Paul. 
Antibus, Geor^. 
Anquitten, John. 
Apler, Uufifner. 
Aplider, Jacob. 
Apliter, Jacob. 
App, Michael. 
Appleby, Samuel. 
Appley, John. 
Archer, William. 
Archer, Zach. 
Archer, Lieutenant. 
Arcy, Geor^. 
Armerick, Henry. 
Annita^, Caleb. 
Armitafi^, Enoch. 
Annitage, George. 
Armitage, Benjamin. 
Armitage, Joseph. 
Armstrong, John, 
ArmstPong, Jo^ph. 
Armstrong, James. 
Armstrong, Henry. 

Anaatrong, Robert, residing in Columbia county in 1827. 
ArautroDg, Captain. 
Armstrong, George. 
Amstrong, Willian. 
Armstrong, Edward. 
Armor, Lieutenant. 
Arwor, Robert. 



S ALPHABUTICAL LIST OF 

Armor, JaoMB ; died in Lancaster county in laaa 

Aniat, John. 

Amat, Henry. 

Amel, UUey. 

Arney, Jolm. 

Arnold, John. 

Arnold. Elijah. 

Arnolda Jonatlian. 

Arnold, Michael. 

Arnold, riiUlp. 

Amuld, John. 

Artes, Peter. 

After, John. 

Arthur, John. 

Artkllla, FranclB. 

Aruiuld, John. 

Aali, .lohit 

Ash by <.*Hi>Uiiii. 

Ashbourne, Martin. 

Ashtey, Micliael. 

AShuead, John, Captain. 

Aslimead, Jacob, Captain. 

Ashmead, Captain. 

Ashmead, Jacob. 

Ash ton, Juaeiih. 

Ashtwi, John, Lieutraant. 

Ashton. Benjamin. 

AahtMi, John. 

Aahton, Ca|itain. 

Ashton, James. 

Ashton, Jiiee|ih, Lieutenant 

Ashlon, Jii«e|ih, Adjutant. 

Ashton, Joaejih. 

Ass. liaiVKl. 

Ast.?!., William. 

At(he«in, Jao»e«. 

Alchcotin. Atexander. 

Aten. iniitt)t. 

AtiMkite. WUliam. 

AlkinKXi. Joseph. 

Auod. Eii.'-it- 

Mift lUr.rr 

.Vutirr. ii'utaJ. tvsjdiBX in UnkA <«>anty in IStt. 
Au)EnM. Nit.'^-las. 
Au|P»t, ArcfaitsU. 



BBVOLTTTIOKABY 8UU>UiB& » 

Anfaird, Thomaa. 

Aucniller Jolm. 

Auslit, Nicliotiia. 

Austin, Robert. 

Auspaiigh, NicbolH. 

Austin, William. 

Autes, Frederick. 

Aveij, Chiiatopber. 

Awl, John, 

Ay res, Charles. 

Bachman, Peter, 

Bacon, John. 

Bacon, WtUiam. 

Bacon, Ephraim. 

Bacus, Benjamin. 

Bader, Henry. 

Badfleld, James. 

Badtock, Benjamig. 

Baftord, James. 

Bag»boe, Hans. 

Baggs, Robert, 

BasKs, Tliomas. 

Baggs, James. 

Baggs, John. 

Baggs. William, teamster; reaiding in Washington county in 

1828. 
Baguel, William. 
Baile, HentT. 
Bailer, Jacob. 
Bailer, George. 
Bailey, John. 
Bailey, Bobert. 
Bailey, William. 
Bailey. George. 
BuHy Tliomas. 
Italiibritlge, John. 
Tluir Jolin 
Baiteh, George. 
Baith, Stephen. 
Baker, William. 
Baker, James. 
Baker, John. 
Baker, Curtis. 
Baker, Captain. 
Baker, Henry. 
Baker, Martin. 



U ALPHABITICAI. UBT OW 

Saker, Uiuth 

lUknr, BartholoDWvr. 
lUker, Uudfrey. 
Bakw, ClirlstUn. 
Ibtkt-r, Jacob. 
Bttkor, TlwDiiu. 
lUktir, (ieume. 
Ibtkvr, ViU^uline. 

Itililwlii M.>dt'.s. Ktttding tu Cnwfard oounty In I8». 

B»B. Ctt|<ta)ii. 
BmB, WUliMn, L'ttpUin. 
r4, n'ttltem. 




Huuvr. Willuuu. 
UMU)fi>rt, Anthonv. 




Ruivu. John. 
OiUiCvU. Jtftut. 
KkBbv<oti. CafMin. 
tbuwk. IVtiKk. 
KuiiK. LMrkk. 
ttutks. Jiidvptl. 

ttuik*. wmiiui. 

B«ik».«. l.'at'C^uM. 

DautkaoK. J^ibn. 

BtemMa, WilliaB. 

BmumK. Btv«!»wvU. 

Bttitaim. J«cvai»b. nmittag ta Btomr wmbCt ti 

BuuCKkvr. Ainlrvw. 



BEVOUJTIONABT SULDIBRii. 

Bantzy, Dllmur. 

Barber, John. 

Barber, James. 

BtircUy, HiiKh. 

Buday, John, Captain. 

Barday, John. 

Bart, CmpUln. 

Bard, Jehn. 

Bacvstucber. Andrew. 

Rkrge, Aiirtrew. 

BarieB, John. 

Barker, Joseph. 

Barker, Samuel. 

Barker, William. 

Barkley. Robert, rwidlaa to CiiMfcfriiad •amOf bi MOk 

Barkley, HuRh. 

Bark mere, Daniel. 

Barkmire, Daniel. 

Bi.rIft,.lotni. 

Barlow, John. 

Bamea, David. 

Barnes, Daniel. 

Barnes, Joseph. 

Barnes, Thomas. 

Barnes, Jeremiah, Serseaot. 

Barnes, William. 

Barnes, James. 

Barnes, John. 

Bamald, Jolm, died In Fhlkidelphia in 1H26. 

Bamett, Joseph. 

Bamett, James. 

Bamet, HiiRh. 

Barney, Thomas. . 

Bamet, James. 

Bunet, Robert. 

Batnham, John. 

Bamhard, Peter. 

Bamhart, Feter. 

Bamheart, John. 

Bstmhesli, John. 

Bamhisull, John. 

Bamhonse, Edwud. 

Bamit, Richard. 

Barnkley, John. 

Bams, David. 

Bams, John. 



B ALPHABETICAL LI8T OF 

Banitoii, Richard. 

Barnum, iStephen, Senieant. 

Barn y tit Izot, Uenry. 

Barom, Baitle. 

Baron, Jolin. 

Baron litjart, Peter. 

Barr, Robert, residing In Dauphin county in 182i 

Barr, William. 

Barr, Thomas. 

Barr, John, residing In Centre county In 1828, 

Barr, John, enlisted in 1777; wounded at Uermantown; residing 

in \Vu3h iigton county in 1818. 
Bar race, L'hrisUipher. 
Barms, Christian. 

Barret, James, residing in Columbia county In 1821. 
Barrey, John. 
BarroD Robert. 
Barry, Tliomas. 
Barry, John. 
Barry, itartholomew. 
Bartli, Stefthen. 
Barth, Henry. 

Bartholomew, IJeutenant Colonel 
Bartholomew, Benjamin. 
Bartholomew, Captain. 
Bartle, Rudolph. 
Bartle, Matthias. 
Bartle, George. 
Bartleson, Henry. 
Bartleson, Ezra. 
Bartlet, Ebenezer. 
Bartley, I.ieutenant. 
Bartley, Ale^nnder. 
Burlliiig. Cliriiitiaii. 
Barton ^:<8ac. 
Baryuetta, W lliam. 
Bason ChaTles, 
BiiteiiiHTi Jjfivi. 
Bates, Joseph. 
Bates, Benoni. 
BatDorn, Hugh. 
Ilattersnn, Joseph. 
Biuighan, Peter. 
Ban mail. John. 
Bctxter, Edmund. 
Baxter, Thomas. 



BEVOLUTIOHABY SOLDIEB8. 

Baxter, James. 

Bayard, Captalo. 

BaTard, Stephen. 

Bayan, Cbades. 

Bayler, George, died In 1824, Id I.anc«8ter county. 

Bayley, Henry. 

Be«, John. 

Beach, Roaewell. 

Beacon, John. 

Beagle, Christiui. 

Beaker, Jolin. 

Beakley, Daniel. 

Beakly, Daniel. 

Beaiey, Thomas. 

Beall, Henry.' 

Beaty, Thomas. 

Beam, Frederick. 

Beam. Joseph. 

Beam, Tobias. 

Beamer Aiiilrew. 

Bean, Tliomas. 

Bean, Henry. 

Bean, James. 

Bean, John. 

Bean, Enoch. 

Beard, Robert. 

Beard, Jameti. 

Beard, Thomas. 

Beards wortli John. 

Beii-ver George. 

Bearford, Tliomas. 

Bearly Stephen 

Beass. Nicholas. 

BeaUiiii Jacob. 

Beatie, James. 

Beaton, Philip. 

Beaton, Daniel. 

Beats, George. 

Beaty, Benjamin. 

Beatty, John. (irst). 

Beatty, John, (second). 

Beatty, TliomKs, Sergeant. 

Beatty, Bicliard or Arclilbald. 

Beatty, Hugh residing in Union county in 1886. 

Beatty or Beaty Thomas. 

Beaumont, Doctor. 



U ALPHABBTICAL LIST OV 

Beavard, Jotin. 

Beaver, Benjamin, rMldinn In Adams coimty In ItStt. 

Beaver, (JhriBtopher. 

Beaver, Barney. 

Beaver, Cliristy. 

Beavei', John. 

Beaver, Christ fan. 

Beanor, Cliriatoidwr F«ter, residing in Luzerne comity, 1816. 

Btlieck house, John. 

Becli, Andrew. 

Beck, Jacob. 

Beck, Jolin. 

Becker, Henry. 

Becker, Walter. 

Becker, John, died March 2, 1619. 

Beckert, James. 

Bechtol, George. 

BeckmHM, John. 

BeetM-e, Abraham. 

Beebout, Julin. 

Beecher, Pliilip. 

Beeman, Ebeneier. 

Beegle, ^imun. 

Beeker, Henry. 

Beever, Uliriatopber. 

Beevey, Edward. 

Bedell, David. 

Bedworth William. 

Bedsworeth William 

Been, John. 

Befnra, James. 

BeiBcl, Jolin. died in Dauphin county in 1818. 

J)ek<n- Ilfiiry 

Bell, Joljti digcharged July 1«, 1781; residing in 0|ubImAimI 

county, 1821 
Bdl, rwttenos. 
Bell, SwniMl. 
Bell, Andrew. 
Bell, UMptaln. 
Bell, John P. 
Bellafetli, Peter. 
Belte, James. 
Beller, John. 
Bdlow, Luke. 
Belabouver, Ludwig. 



BBTOLDTIOirABT SOLDIBB-S. 

Bdtihou, Lodwlft. 

Binder, Christopher. 

Benedict, George. 

Benedick , George. 

Beneset, Samuel. 

BetiezctI, Sum lie), Captain. 

B^iiewt Daiiifl, 

Ueiis, t'lirialijiii. 

Bender, LevH. 

Bengrtl, John. 

Beaaett, Abraham, Sergeant. 

Beitnet, Toienco. 

Bennet, Benjamin. 

Benoet, Isaac. 

Bennet, Stephen. 

DsDoet, John. 

Bennet, Ruf tts. 

Bennett, Zebedy. 

Bennett, Ellas, Sfer. 

Benniniilui' Job. 

iUeiiozel Sj I mil el. 

Beiixn-'Dcr George. 

U«ii»mKttiii Joliii. 

Benson, Reuben. 

Benson, Thomas, died In York county In ISOS 

Benstead, Alexander. 

Benster, Matthias. 

Bently, James. 

Benurika, Richard. 

Beom, Joseph. 

Berne, Christian. 

Bergman, John, 

Bergmeyer, Daniel. 

Berkinboyl, Anthony. 

Berlien, Abraham. 

Berlin, Isaac. 

Bernard, Andrew. 

Bernard, John. 

Bemhiird, Peter. 

Bernhard, Daniel. 

Benit, Henry. 

Berry, Michael. 

Berry, Roitta. 

Berry, George. 

Berry, .lames. 

Berry, tjamuel. 



IS ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Berry, Edmond. 

Berry, John. 

Berry, WilHam. 

Berry, Thomas. 

Berry 111 ati, Robert. 

Berz, NichoIaB. 

Beas, Edward. 

Best, Aliruham. 

Ite^itnrflelil AndiRW, died in HuntiDfidon county in 1811. 

Bethel. Joliii 

Betnine, Bonsey 

Bettenger Cliristiun. 

Bettrie, Adiim. 

Betz, Jacob. 

Betz, Abraham. 

Betz, Peter, reafdlng in Dauphin county, 1828 

Betz, Caaper. 

Betz, Charles, died January IS, 1819. 

Bevehouse, John. 

Bevins, Wilder. 

Bevins, Matthew. 

Beze, Nicliolas. 

Bezo, NichoItiB. 

Bibbin, William. 

Bicker, Henry. 

Bicker, Walter. 

Bicker, Captain. 

Bickham, Ensign. 

Bickham, James. 

Bickle, Jacob. 

Biddle, John. 

Biddle, Robert. 

Biddle, Hezekiah. 

Blddle, Simon. 

Biddle, Francis. 

Biddle, Gerard. 

BiddleBon, George. 

Bidda'.Joliii 

Bidlack, Benjamin, 

Bidlemati Jacob. 

Bidtow Benjamin. 

Bidy, Jolm. 

Blerly, Jacob. 

Bigger, Joseph. 

- Biggies, Jolm Adam 

- Bigbam, John. 



KEYOHrriONAEY SOLDIERS. IT 

Bigelow, James. 
Big|[S, Rlclmrd. 

BigoDf, Joeepb, tesiding in Fhiladelphia county, 162S. 
BlKnell, Tliomas. 

Bikle, Jacob residing in Union county In 1828. 
BilderbacK, diaries. 
BJl<I]mii»e. Jolin. 
Bites, Thomas. 
Biles, Thomas LAngborn. 
Biles, Casper. 
Biley. Dennis. 
Billew, Joseph. 
Billow, Daniel. 

Bills, William, Sergeant, died In Philadelphia county, 1622. 
Itilmitii, Df^Tiilt. 
Blnks, Edward. 

Bingham, Thomas, rcsldiivc m Mercer county, 1816. 
Birch, .Samuel. 
Birch, John. 
Bird, Lieutenant. 
Bird, Andrew. 
Bird, Thnmas. 
Bird, William, 
Bird, Ufiijamin. 
Bisbiiig, Bernard. 

Bishop. Paul, residing in Philadelphia county, lS2i. 
Bisho|i, John. 
Bishop, Joseph. 
Bishop, Anthony. 

Bisson, Charles, taken at Fort Washington ; residing in Montgom- 
ery county in 1813. 
Bitten Adam 
Bitterly. William. 
Bitteiiower, Christian. 
Bittex, Adam. 
Bitting Henry. 
BitliiiKer Christian. 
Bivey, Edward. 
Bivlet, John. 
BitE, Michael. 
Blachford, John. 
Black, William. 
Black, Malcolm. 
Black, Thomas. 
Black, Daniel. 

Black, Hugh, residing tn Adams county in 1820. 
2-VoL. XIII. 



18 AI-PHABETICAL LIST OP 

Black, Jamea. 

Black, HichHrd. 

Black, Michael. 

Blackburn Snmuel. 

Bliickhiddle, George. 

Bliickstijii J.ieuteiiiiiit. 

Bliurkstoiie, Ebeneiser. 

131iickwoo(], John. 

BlHckwiMxl, Siimud. 

Blackwood, George, 

Blackwood, Samuel. 

Blaiii, Alain. 

Blaine, James. 

Blaine, Epiiraim. 

Blalnlieart, Jolin. 

Blaitiey, John. 

Blair, Thomas. 

Blair, WllliHia 

Blair, James. 

Blair) Samuel, residing in Nortliuniberland coimty, 

Blake, John, residing in Philadelphia county, IfiX. 

Blake, Charles. 

Blake, William, Sergeant. 

Blakener, John. 

Blakeny, John. 

Bkketi3', James, died In 1818. 

UliUldirl- J,.M.],h. 

Blau chard, Andrew. 
Blankenberg, Frederick. 
Blaten bt-rger Frederick. 
Bteiililey Jolm 
BtWer George. 
Blockley .lohn. 
Bloom, Stephen, Captain. 
Bloom, Thomas. 
Bloom, David. 
Bloom Held, Daniel. 
Bloyd, David. 
ItliimcTstiiiie, Martin. 
Blundiii, John. 
Blurer, George. 
BIyley, John. 
Blythe, Benjamin. 
Blythe, Jacob. 
Boul, ileury. 



REVOLUTIONARV SOLDIERS. 

Boall, Henry. 

IJoatfTistntie, Philip. 

Bockimiifl, Francis. 

Buddy, Patrick. 

Bodlej, Thomas, residiDg in Gbeeter county, 1827. 

Boddy, SHinuel. 

Bod ID An, Henry. 

Boemper, Abraham. 

B.>ew(-r Jacob. 

Bo);?, Iiiiniel 

BoKKBi David. 

BogKS, John. 

B<«gs, James. 

BoKnar, Tobias. 

Bogner, Tobias. 

BoiJS, JdLLlf^. 

Bahan, Dennis. 
Boliannon, Peter. 
Boileii, James. 
Boland, Thomas. 
BoIi'JibDck, Andrew. 
IV^Ilebacker Tl^'riry. 
Bolleiibaclifr Ifenry. 
BoUilxtcher, Henry. 
Boon, John. 
'Boman John. 
Bomhjich John nenry. 
Bomia, John. 
Bonce, John. 
Bond, Tliomas. 
Bond, Tliomas, Doctor. 
Bond, Abraham. 
Boner, Samuel. 
Boner, Andrew. 
Boner, Jacob. 
Boney, Jamea. 
Banita, Henry. 
Bonker. John. 
Bonner, Joseph. 
Bonner, Rudolph. 
Bonner, Barnabas. 
Bonnewitli, George. 
Boiinowitz. George. 
Bontliisel, Chrifltopher. 
Bontzy, Tliomas. 



20 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Bon wick, James. 

Boc^h, LleuteDBDt. 

Book, Jacob. 

Books, TliDtnas. 

Boom, Bartbolomew. 

Boom, IHiilip. 

Boon, Moses. 

Boon, Balph. 

Boone, Moses. 

Boor, Mathiaa. 

Boos, Jacob, residing In Montgomery county in 1828. 

Bootli, John, served four years; residing in Lancaster county in 

1813. 
Bordignan, Francis. 
Boric krtt 11 Her James. 
Borickstaller. Josepl). 

Dnrral, Jacolj, reaidiiig in Berks county in 1824. 
Bornell, Jonatlmii. 
Bornike, Willmm. 
Borricks, William. 
Borry Jolin. 
BosewHl, Giistnvus. 
BoskJtt, Jolm. 
Boi'ger, Yost. 
Boss, .lacob. 
Bossingtou, Mattliew. 
Bosalngton, Nathaniel. 
Bostick. John. 
Bostol. riiilip. 
Boswiill, Jonathan. 
Boswell, Jonathan. 
Bus well. Gerrals. 
Bos worth, Benjamin. 
Botting, Henry, 
Bottner, Elias. 
BoUomy, Jncot). 
Ilmni, f^iiniiel. 
Boude, Captain. 
Bonde, Thomas. 
Bouge, John. 
Bourke, George. 
Bouman, Elijah. 
Bourk. John. 
Bourk. William. 
Boutcher, Jooeph. 
Bowen, DanieL 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 

Bowen, Uliristiaii. 

Bonen, Noah. 

Ilowen, I.abltt. 

Bower, Jacob. 

Bower, John. 

Bower, Ciiptain. 

Boveia, Miclitiel. 

Bowers, John. 

Bowers, JonuUinn. 

Bowers, George, (second). 

Bowland, Tliouuis. 

BowDian, Elijah. 

Bowman, John. 

Bowman, Uaptalu. 

Bowser. William. 

Bowys, Cuptaiii. 

Bownutn, Peter. 

Bowtspoiigh, Andiey. 

Bowers, William. 

Boyce, Jameu. 

Boyce, Antlien. 

Boyd. Robert. 

Boyd, Abraham. 

Boyd, Andrew. 

Boyd, Miitlhew. 

Boyd, John. 

Boyd, ThomHB. 

Boyd. William, residing in Chester county in 1818. 

Boyd, William, residing in Washington county in 1829, 

Boyd, Francis. 

Boyd, I.ieulenaut, 

Boyde, Samuel. 

Boyde. Thomas. 

Boyde, Lieutenant. 

Boyer, Michael. 

Boyer, Pet«r. 

Boyer, Jacob. 

Buyer, Philip. 

Boyer, Frederick. 

Boyer, Nathan. 

Boyle, Peter. 

Boyle, Daniel. 

Boyle, John, Sergeant, died 1820, In Huntingdon county. 

Boyle, Thomas. 

Boyle, Jonathan. 

Boyle. James. 



22 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Boyler, John. 

Boyles, Chatlea, 

Boys, Nathan. 

Boys, Samuel. 

Boys, Joseph. 

Boys, Matthew. 

Bnzec, Alexander. 

BozeliUle, Joliii. 

Briiden, WlUiam. 

Biadley, Anthony. 

Bradford, James. 

Bradey, John. 

Bradey, Edward. 

huidy Samuel, rt!sidittg In Indiana county in ISOft. 

Bradford, James. 

Bradley, WUllam. 

Bradley, Thomas. 

Bradfllmw Gcarge. 

Brady, Michael. 

Brady, Edward. 

Brady, Peter. 

Brady, Richard. 

Brady, Robert, residing In Somerset COUOty, 1818. 

Brady, Luke. 

Bradley, Hu|;h. 

Bradley, James. 

Brachal, Martlo. 

Brand, James. 

Brand, Chrlfitian. 

Brand, George. 

Brand, Daniel. 

Brandlifer, Adam. 

Branahefer, Adam. 

Brand hefer, Adam. 

Bi'annon, James. 

Brauon, John. 

Brannon, William. 

Braunon, Alexander. 

Branlgan, George. 

Brannan, William. 

Bramian, Richard. 

Bramhall, Jos'. 

Bramhall, James. 

Brayman, John. 

Brawley, John. 

Bratton, William. 



RB VOLUTION All Y SOLDIERS. 

nnuctiall, Martin. 

BnitUii, William. 

Bran I)Hijiel. 

llntLley Stmuel. 

Bratton, James. 

Bnittun, Bartholomev. 

Braver, Jacob. 

Brftwley, George. 

Brener, Jacob. 

Breiinei-, John. 

Brenner, Jacob. 

Brecliall, Martin. 

Brecliter, Matthias. 

Brenar, Jonathan. 

Bready, John. 

Breakley, David. 

Brecliall, Martin. 

Ureiian, Alt^xander. 

Brenon, Timothy. 

Breonan, John. 

Breniian, Timothy. 

Bready Thomas. 

Brennelneer George. 

Breese, John. 

Brent, ZechHriali. 

Brewer, Jonathan. 

Brewer, Daniel. 

Brineigh, Colonel. 

Brindle, Jacob. 

Brinigh, Geoiiie. ColoD^ 

Biiddle. Stephen. 

Briori, Georse. 

Brlicgn, Samuel. 

Brifflit, Giileon. 

BriKJca, Joseph. 

Briffht, John. 

Urisl>en, Captain. 

BrislKin, John. 

Briton, William. 

Brice, Jollh. 

Brisker, I'fter, residtnR In Franklin county, 1818. 

Brink ley, John. 

Brickhall, Martin. 

Brindley, George. 

Briger, John. 

Brinson, Stout. 



24 ALPIIAltETIUAL LIST OF 

Brickly, David. 
BriaitiKei', Fieilerick. 
Brink, Uciijamiii. 
Bridecone, Mieronimus. 
Brown lee, Juhn. 
Brown, Peter. 
Brow, Richard. 
Broudljeiu), I>iitiiel. 
Bi'Qwri Ji)seph. 
BroHLlliKu'- I.iike. 
Brooks, Tliomaa. 

Brooks, George, residing In Lancaster county in 1822. 
Brown, WIlliBiu. 
Brooks, Jolin. 
Broom, Leonard. 
Brown, Cornelius. 
Browne, Peter, Captain. 
Broadliead, Uulonel. 
Brought, Fernando. 
Brown, George. 
Brown, Ilenry. 
Brown, J»mes, (second). 

Brown, Jolin, residing in Annstrong county In 1S19. 
Brown, Jon»tlian. 
Brooks, Williiim. 
Brooks, Cornelius. 

Brown, Jacob, residing In Northumberland county in 1825; ago 
seventy-six, and blind ; served at Brandywine and Germantown. 
Brock, Jolni. 
Brow, Elijah. 
Broderick, Daniei. 
Brooks, Benjamin. 
Brown, Thomns. 

Brown, Patrick, residing in Allegheny county in 1812. 
Brown, Major. 
Brown, David. 
Brownlee, Joseph. 
Brown, Samuel. 
Brown, Christopher. 
Brownie, John. 
Brown fl eld, Daniel. 
Brown, Andrew. 
Brotherson, John. 
Brown iee, Uaptain. 
Brown, Seconil I^ieutenant. 
Brown, Williiim. ' 



RBVOLnTIONABY SOLDIERS. 

Brown, Ricliard. 

BroHdtiead, Lnmbett. 

Brownlee, Lieuteoant. 

Brown, BenJamlD. 

Bn^iau, Micha*!l. 

IlroiulliPiiil, Tlionins. 

Urowii Solomou 

firooklield. Return. 

Bruoker, John. 

Brooks. Paul. 

Broadas, Arthur. 

Brown, laachar. 

Brown, Solomon, (secoad.) 

Brookfield, 'i'uru«y, 

Bi'own, James. 

Brown, Henry. 

Hroiidwick David. 

Brooks, Cliarlps. 

Bmomly John. 

Broker John 

Itrooker, Roliert. 

Brooks, Lam. 

Brown, John, residing in Mercer county, 1819. 

Brown, AbruhHUi. 

Brookhouse, Rudolph. 

Broadback, Michael. 

Bvownsberry, Lewis. 

Brown, Archibald. 

Brown, Frederick. 

Brolly, John. 

Brown, Thomas, Sen. 

Brown, Thomaa, second. 

Urogden, Thomas. 

Broom, Samuel. 

Brooker John. 

Broxen, Benjamin. 

Bruce, George, residing in Beaver county In 1811. 

Bruce, John. 

Bruce, James. 

Briimgood Peter 

Bninner, John. 

Brunner, Jacob. 

Brunner, Michael, living in Lancaster county in 1312. 

Brunan, Richard. 

Rrumley, Samuel. 

Brunson, Abraham. 



as ALPHABETICAL LIST UP 

Brutton, Jamea. 

Brutton, John, wounded at Fort Waahington ; died in Bucks 

comity, 1821, 
Brysou, Andrew. 
Bryitn, Larah. 
Bryaon, Samue). 
Bryant, Bnitnum, 
Bryant, Juniea. 
Bryant, Samuel. 
Bryan, Charlee. 
Bryan, Edward. 
Bryan, GeorRe. 
Bryan, Daniel. 
Bryan, Joseph. 
Bryon,!Sainuel. 
Brybea, John. 
Bryan, Jeremiah. 
Bryan, William. 
Bryan, Abraliam. 
Bryana, J<.hn. 
Bryam, William. 
Bryde, Tliomas. 
Bnam, Bardie. 
Buck, Henry. 
Buck, James. 
Buckley, Philip. 
Buclier, John. 
Buckley Willinni. 
Buck JoH^iib. 
Buchanan, James, discharged In 1781; redded In Butler county, 

1»19. 
Buchanan, Arthur. 
Buchanan, Bobcrt. 
Buchanan, John. 
Buchanan, Alexander. 
Bucke, Bnatian. 
Buckllzor, Philip. 
Buckheart, Philip. 
Bucke, John. 
Budley, John. 
Budden, Jamea. 
Budd, David. 
Budeni, Jamea. 
Buehleg, Philip. 
BuflltiKton, Nathaniel. 
Bujzner, Thomas. 



BETOLHTIONABT HOIJ>IEBS. a 

Bogner, TobiaB. 

BuglesB, Caleb. 

Bufier, A dun. 

Buben, Jobn. 

Bukford, Samaet. 

Bukford, Samuel. 

BullnfitoD, Robert. 

BulliiiKton Heniy. 

Bulej, Jolin. 

Bull, Henrj. 

Buun, William, naldinft lu HnntiiigdoD county In 1S8L 

£uDil)erKer, George. 

Buroell, Jobn. 

Bunner, Jacob, Captdn. . 

Bunnef, Captain. 

BuDDer, Jacob. 

Buo). Joseph. 

Burns, Luke. 

Burns, Pearce. 

Burlington, Ileniy. 

Burns, Pierce. 

Burcliart, Daniel. 

Burney, Nicliolaa 

Burns, Alexander. 

Bums, Thomas. 

Bums, William. 

Burns, Sumuel, Sergeant, discbarged 17S1 ; died October 2t. 1818, 

in Montgomery county. 
Burns, A ndrew. 
Burgh, Conrad. 
Burke, John, 
Burn8, Jobn, (Major.) 
Burns, Levy. 
Bums, Lawrence- 
Burke, Mtcliael. 
Burns, David. 
Burns, Archibald. 
Burbt, Peter. 
Burcham, !Ricti&nL 
Burr JiimeB. 
Burns, Jumea. 
Burkholder Peter. 
Burns, Robert. 
Burchild, John. 
Burd, Captain. 
Bonu, Joseph. 



28 ALFHAUETICAL LIST OF 

BiinCHD, Jolin. 

lti)rn«ll, JoiiKtlian. 

Burke, Patrick, residing in Wasbincton county in 18 

Burke, Edward. 

llinin-t. Jolm 

Ttunia, Julius. 

Biti'net, Benjamin. 

BHrk W lliam 

Biirroiiglia Eden. 

Burl, Jonatlmn. 

Burton, Ensign. 

J3iirna, .Ininea, Jr. 

Burk, Michael. 

Burk, James, died 1827, In IforUitinibeiJand county. 

Burke, Plillip. 

Burke, Henry. 

Burger, Jolm. 

Burk, James. 

Burd, Frederick. 

Burke, Alexander. 

Burfrer, Jones. 

Burke, John. 

Burkett, John. 

Burke, Thomas. 

Burke, George. 

Bnrr, Nicholas. 

Burge, Samuel. 

Burce, James. 

Bums, Lewis. 

Burnet, George. 

Burnham, Jolm. 

Burns, Michael. 

Burtiside, James, flfer, residing ia Butler county in I 

Burchell, Martin. 

Iturstel, Frederick. 

Iturker, Frances. 

Burch or Bush, John. 

Burk, Richard, (third.) 

Bust I, Caiitaln. 

Bush, George. 

Busse, Christian. 

Biialier Captain. 

Biisli I..ewis. 

Biisser, Cliiistopher. 

Buakirk, John. 

ituHkirk, Andrew. 



BEVOLUTIONABr SOLDIERS. » 

Busk irk, Joseph. 

Bush, John. 

Bush, Jonas. 

BuBby, Benjamin. 

Bumel, Hicbael. 

Buss, Jacob. 

Bush, Georse. 

Busb, George, Captain. 

Busb, Jolin, Lleulenaot. 

Bush, Jacob. 

Buab, John. 

Bustle, Charles. 'i 

Butler, Thomas. 

Butler, Patrick. 

Butler, William. 

Butt, Henry G. 

Butteinore, Jncub, died In ISSO. '' 

Butterwprk, Isaac. 

Butts, Thomas. 

Biilcber, John. 

Butler, Joseph. 

Butta, Nicholas. 

Butler, John. 

Butler, Edo. 

Buttonatone, Philip. 

Butz, John. 

Butler, Richard, Colonel. 

Butler, Thomas. 

Butler, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Butler, William, private. 

Butler, Richard. 

Butler, Edward. 

Butler, John. 

Butler, Edward. 

Biilterfleld, Christ. 

Buyer Georpe, sergeant; February 1, 1777, wounded at Princeton 

In the shoulder; residing In Armstrong county in 1813. 
Buzo, Nicholas. 
Buzorgullle, John 
Byarm, Andrew. 
Byard, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Byard, Stephen. 
By era, James. 
Byen, Peter. 
Byers, David. 
Byles, Captain. 



80 ALPHABETICAL LrST OF 

Byons, Barnard. 

Byrer, Nicholas. 

Bywalt, Ilciiiy. 

Citble, Jaiiii'^. 

Cadwiiliiili'i' Benjamin. 

C'HdwiUiiiier, -loho J. 

Oiidwell Jiuiir.s. 

Cudwidi^der Isaac. 

CudwiiJtKlPr Thomas, Jr. 

Caddeii Oaaljem. 

UHffer -lolin 

L'a.»{iw?i', Frederick J. 

Caliill, John. 

Cahill, Timothy. 

Caick, Frederick. 

Cain. Robert. 

Cahi, Patrick. 

Cain, Hngh. 

Cain, Michael, died in Philadelphia county In 162S. 

Cain, Charles. 

Caicli, Frfderlck. 

CaidifT Mlfs. 

Caldwell, It«bert. 

Caldwell. Ilufth. 

Caldwell, Smnnel, (Ilngh.) 

Caldwell, John. 

Caldwell, Michael. 

Calvert, Joseiih. 

Caldwell, Andrew. 

Caleiidei', John. 

Calender, Samuel. 

Calvin Burthokimew. 

Calhoun, George. 

Calhooh, George. 

Callat;haii, 'Edwnrd. 

Calhoon, William. 

Calawan, John, dte<l In Bucks county In 1812. 

Cale, William. 

Calwell, James. 

Cidh.Ki"i,Piitiick. 

Callen, Edward. 

Cidlaninii, John. 

Caldwell. James, 

Calehun, Daniel. 

Calkins TJnvles 

Cullamun, Josejih. 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. SI 

Callfihan, Daniel, died In 1B26. In Lycomiiv county. 

CallngHii, Jolin. 

CalbooD, Captain, 

Oillein, Edward. 

CamplKll, William. 

Campbell, Thomas. 

Citmpbell, James, residing tn Batlar county In 1820. 

CampbPlI, ('olin. 

Canipblp, Thomas. 

Cambe'l. Henry. 

Campbell, Jereoiiali. 

Campbell, Robert. 

Camel, Artlmr 

CMiiipt>ell, Cliailes. 

Cammerun Christian. 

Cameron, Jobn, wounded at Monmouth; residing In Montgomeiy 

county in 1813. 
Campbell, .John. 

Campbell, Robert, second, resided in Lycoming couoty, 1820. 
Cambell, John. 
Ciimpble, Jiihn. 
Campble, Williar 
Camp, John. 
Camp, Jacob. 
Campbell, .[olm. Captain. 
Cample, William. 
Camble, William. 
Campbell, Adam. 
Camp, Oa-sper 
Campble, Alexander. 
Campbell, Daniel. 
Campbell, Matthew. 
Campbell, Joseph. 
Campbell, Lawrence. 
Campbell, Daniel. 
Camptiell, Sumuel. 
Campbell, McDonald, fifer. 
Caiier, (Jeorfje. 
Candy, John, 
Candy, Jacob. 
Cannon, sterling. 
Canoi), John. 
Cannon, John. 
Cantweli, Richard. 
Capple, Nicholas. 



88 . ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Capiiel, Charles, enlisted as drummer In 1TT6; died 1818, In Bucks 

county. 
CHrberry, Francis. 
C'artn iIkIiI, ALntham. 
CarhHiiitn, James. 
Cnrnalmn, Josepli. 
Carmichrtel, Daniel. 
Uarteton, Edward, 
earner, Anthony. 
CarnaKaii James. 
Carney, Patrick. 
Carney, Timothy. 
Carbury, Henry. 

Carmon, Andrew, reaiding tn Lancaster county In 1813. 
Carney TLiiniaa. 
Citrr, John. 
Carrol, James. 
Curling, John. 
Carpenter, Adam. 
Carpenter, Benjamin. 
Carrold, Jjimes. 
Carter, Asher. 
Caruthers, Robert. 
Carothers, John, served three years; residing In Butler county in 

ISll. 
Carotliers, John, second, residing in Columbia county In 1820. 
Carijenter, Thomas. 
Carson, Joseph. 

Carson, Jolin, died in Green county in I8I9. 
Carson, Ebenezer. 
Caraty, Lazarus. 
Carr William. 
Carmfllt, William. 
Oart'S' -lobn 

Carpenter, Samuel, ensign. 
Carnahan, John. 
Carpenter. Greenwood 
Cartrit<-,DiitLiel. 
Cttrl>erry Henry. 
Carson. Moses. 
Carson, Bicliard. 
Carpenter, John. 
Carnahan, James. 
Carnahan, Joseph. 
Cariwiiter, Adam. 
Carver, Georse. 



BEVOLUTIONABY bULDIEBS. 

Cartwriubt, Charles. 
CarltoD, Edward. 
CarsoD, William, Jun. 
Caraer, Andrew. 
Carson, Samuel. 
Cartee, Charles. 
Carm ic h ael , Thomaa. 
Carr, Robert. 
Carling, Geoi^. 
Carney, UeDnice. 
CartwrtKlit, Tbomaa. 
Carrel, Isaac. 
Carrier, James. 
Can-, William. 
Jarvin, Stephen. 
Carney, John. 
Carey. RoRer. 
Carson, nenJHmin. 
Carmiihnn, William 
Carrol, jHmPS. 
Carroll, .laaies. 
Carter, Andrew. 
Caiman. William. 
Carter. .lohii. 
Carroll, Henry. 
Carman, Bichard. 
Carman, Geome. 
Carslon, .Samuel. 
Carutliera, .rames. 

Cartwriglit, William, kUfed at Wyoming. 
Camichaii, Jamea. 
Carlxrry, Henry. 
Carberry, Captain. 
Carneghan, James. 
Carmiclinel, Peter. 
Carson, William. 
Carter, Andrew. 
Cartel), Chailea. 
Carpenter, Lieutenant. 
Camagan, Lieutenant. 
Carty John 
Carmickle, Peter. 
L'arriuan William. 
Carlich, George. 
Cardier, Henry. 
• Carrull. T>enn is, 'residing In Crawford county in 1821. 
8 -Vol. XUI. 



M ALPIIAIIETICAL LIST OF 

Canon, Jumea. 

Canon, Benjamin. 

CarriKan, John. 

Caruiodey iUchael. 

Carver, Jotin. 

Carlton, Edward. 

CiirBwell, James. 

C'aryel, TlioniHS. 

Curback, Peter. 

earned, James. 

Carteret, Daniel. 

Camel, Samuel. 

CarrlgHn, Martin. 

Carrigan, Peter. 

Carmack, James. 

Cargener, John. 

Carmon, Jcsepli died in Fayette county In 1S27. 

Carmicliael, .lAlin. 

Garmictiael, Tlioniiis. 

Car|>enter, SHniiiel. 

Car|)enter, Miles, drinn niiijor, killed at St. Clair's defeat. 

Cnse, Henry 

Casaty, Lazarus. 

Caacy, Moviiis. 

Caasiday, Nlcliolas. 

Castiier, Samuel. 

Caslit, James. 

Casey, Morris. 

Ciisey, John. 

Case, John. 

Castile, (Samuel. 

Cast tier Andrew, 

C'HBSon Abraliani. 

Cjishaday, William. 

Cassedy, Witljimi, residing In Beaver county In 1828. 

Cassel, Andrew. 

Castle, Andrew. 

CiiHtleton, John. 

I ^Rsey, Bofter. 

c;iis8y, Roger. 

Crtsey, Rodgue. 

Caster, Philip. 

(,'asler, Isaac. 

Castor, Philip. 

Ciisidy, Patrick. 

CHSheiiberry, Joseph. 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 85 

Gater, Andrew. 

Catchcart, William. 

Cavan, William. 

(^venaugh, John, Corporal. 

Gavin, William. 

Uavin, Robert, teamster, residing in Lancaster, I810. 

Uavenny, Patrick. 

Celley, Matthew. 

Cepler, Matthias. 

Centre, Jonathan. 

Ceaton, William. 

Ceely, George. 

Chambers, John. 

Chapman, George. 

Chambers, Robert, wounded in service; residing in Lancaster 

county in 1808. 
Chambers, Benjamin. 
Chambers, William, Colonel. 
Chambers, John, enlisted 1776; wounded at Germantown; died in 

1818, in I^ancaster county. 
Chambers, Thomas. 
Chapman, James. 

Cliapman, George, residing in Lycoming county in 1825. 
Chapman, Isaac. 
Cliambers, James. 
Chambers, James P. 
Chamberlain, Clayton. 
Cliatwin, William. 
Chace, George. 
Chat tarn, William. 
Champneys, James. 
Champness, James. 
Charleten, .lames. 
Chambers, AVilliam. 
Chambers, David. 

Chadwick, William, died in Philadelphia county in 1825. 
Charles, Joseph. 
Charlton, James. 
Cheney, Richard. 
Chester, Jacob. 
Chestnut, Robert. 
Cheny, Thomas. 
Chester, John. 
Cheshrie, Benjamin. 
Clieevers, William. 



M ALPHABKTICAL LIST OF 

Cheshire, Benjamin. 

Chester, Winiam. 

Cheviiey, Thomas. 

Cliesney, James, reading In Lusem« coDiitr,-182S. 

Childs, Nathaniel. 

Cliilders, William. 

ChisueU. J»mn. 

Cliillcott, Thomas. 

ChJIfut, Thgmas. 

Cliillton, Thomas. . 

Chicklej, Samuel. 

Chlsnal, James. * 

Ch saeldeit, Edward, lesiding In Washington county io 11128. 

Ciiilds, Frtiii <. 

CbiKney Joliii. 

Christ, Henry. 

Christy, James, Captain. 

Christie, John. 

Christie, James. 

ChryssDlluB, Adolph. 

Christ, Captain. 

Clirlstye, Captain. 

ChrJBtin, Christian. 

Christie, Captain. 

Christian, Daniel. 

Christ, Italtzer. 

Christ, Comet! us. 

Cliristman, Charles. 

Christman, Philip. 

Cliristie, Jfinips, CapUtn. 

Christian, Jrtcob. 

Clirist, }I«iiTy Captain. 

Cliristie, John, Captain. 

Christ, H<im-3'. 

Cliristie, William. 

Christie, Alexander. 

Christy, John. 

Christ, Adam. 

Christopher, Thomas. 

Christy, Alexander. 

Christian, Dniiiel. 

Chuck, Charles. 

Cliurch, Samuel. 

Church, Jolin. 

Chnrd, Georjte. 

Church, Thomas. 



REVOLUTtONARY SOLDIERS. 87 

Churcbiield, John. 

Cieby, Uei.>rge. 

Cisua, St«pheu. 

Clayton. John. 

Clay. GeiTge. 

Clark, Aiiilrew. 

CI»rb, Hobert, 

ClBTk, James. 

Clay. J<tseph. 

CUrti, NHylor. 

CUrk, John, Sergeant. 

Clnyton, Jam^. 

Clarke, WiUiani, residing In Columbia county, 1828; served IntbV 

Uue and ttaeti in the seven months' men, 1778, 1779, 17X1). 
Clarke, Samuel. 
CUrk, George. 
Clarke, Robert. 
Clarki?, Benjamhi. 

Cliurk. William, died iti Adams county in l^'JU. 
Clark, Joseph. 
Clarke, Thomas. 
Clack ner. Christian. 

Clagg, Jolni. : 

Clark, Daniel. J 

Clark, Peter. 

Clarke, John. 

Clark, Thomas. 

Clark, David. 

Clark, Thomaa, teamster, wounded at Germantown ; residing in 

Butler county in 1819. 
Clark, John. 
Clarke, George. 
Claypoole, Abraham G. 
~ Clarkson, Matthias. 
Clandenniii, Adam. 

Cl«ndennin, James, residing in Lancaster county, 1830. 
Clendennin, John, residing in Lancaster county, 1825. 
Claypoole, Abraham. 
Clarke, Andrew. 
Olarey, Michael. 
Claypole, SamueL 
Clark. John, Esq. 
Ciapher, Pet«r. 
CUrk, Captain. 
Claypoole, Abrrim. 
Claypoole, Captain. 



W ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Claypole, A. Q. 

Clay Ion Henry. 

Claypole, John. 

Clarke, Jaiuea. 

Cluubaugli Martin, died in 1828, In Huntingdon county. 

Clauson, Wllltam. 

Clayton, Jonathan. 

Cleaver, Feter. 

Cleaver, Isaac. 

Cleaver, Jesae. 

Cleaver, Nathan. 

Cleaver, Joseph. 

Cleveland, Amaziah. 

Clendence, John. 

ClelitTidii.^l'raliiini. 

CleiKleimiii Adam 

Clemens, Abraham. 

Clerk, Wiltiam. 

Clemond, Patrick. 

Ciendening, Adam. 

Cleft, Ciiiikiiii. 

Clemens. Henry 

Clemence, Samuel. 

Ciemence, Peter. 

demons, Alexander. 

Cleveland, Lieutenant. 

Cleaver Ezekiel Jr. 

Clemence Unrrel. 

Ctemmuns, I^trick, residing In Chester county in 1613. 

Cleaver, Ezekiel, Sen. 

Cleaver, Ellis. 

Clements, George. 

Clendinnig Jiimes. 

Cleiiry, Micfciael. 

Cline, Philip. 

(;ilnger, Michael. 

Clinton, Matthew. 

CI ingle, John. 

Clingett, Jonathan. 

Cline, Geoi-ge. 

Climer, Jacob. 

Clingle, Jonathan. 

dinger, Philip. 

Clifton, Captain. 

Clinindin, James. 

Clowzier, Mathias. 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 89 

Cloes, Melchior. 

Clo63en, Zacheriali, residing in Montgomery county in 1826. 
^oud, Joseph. 
ClotU, Colonel. 
Qou, WiUiam. 
^loyd, James. 
Close, Michael. 
Cloir, John. 
Close, Melcboir. 
C/aud, Joseph. - 
Clow, Robert. 
Close, John. 
Ciuery, Michael. 
Clune, Conrad. 
Oiumberg, John. 
CI umberg, Lieutenant. 
Oiumberg, Philip. f* 

CI uni, Andone. 
Cliit.t.er, Henry. 
Cluc^lc, John. 
Cly «^ier, Henry. 
Co£i. t: s, Joseph. 
Coa.l.«r, Henry. 
Co£a.'t:er, David. 
Cosk^ter, Tobias. 
Cos^to, Thomas. 
Coi&m.'^, Captain. 
Cc^a^.'tes, Lieutenant. 
Cosm.t8« John. 
Coaskl, George. 
Co».ts, William. 
Cofiits, Stephen. 
Co^kly, Robert. 
Cr»l>ea, John. 
Cc3l>ia, John. 
<^oljei\. Lieutenant. 
^^oWiam, Robert. 
^^ol>c*^s, John, Captain. 
^V>iaTn, Nathaniel, 
ran, Joseph. 
.«r, Valentine. 
9^x?UL\)urn, William. 

:*Tan, Blaney, residing in Northumberland county, 1816. 
ran, Edward, 
iran, David, 
lin, John. 



40 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Coe, Philip. 

Coe, Iclwbud. 

Coffee, James. 

Cofflii,£liltih. 

CoggaiUt JonBtb^. 

Ooftgenis, James. 

Cosier Adnin. 

Coglliii.Joliii 

Ct^ii, Richard. 

Cohen , Nicholas. 

Colioo, John. 

t'i>il, I.inlwig. 

Coke, John. 

Collen, John. , 

Cullier, Joeepli. 

CilhoiM, Wilttam. 

Collier, Josepti, (woond.) 

Cote, Barnabas. 

Cole, Johu. 

Cole, Jacob. 

Cole, Jeremiah. 

Cole, Tobias. 

(.^ofetimii, Robert. 

Collier Rictiard 

Colt man, Robert. 

Colter, WilBam. 

Collins, David. 

Colliers, Thomas. 

Colhoon, James. 

Collins, Jolin. 

Colilwiiiii I'liLliii, reaidin,'^ in Philadelphia county, : 

Comria,I'iLtrick. 

Coleman, Tliumas. 

Coleman, Nicholas. 

Colter, GeorKe. 

Coleman, Christian. 

Coirar, Willi im. 

(tellins, Edward. 

Colemim, Tnwiisend. 

CulliiM, i^inuel. 

Colemmi, Joseph. 

lAlllill .lohlL 

Coleman, Phineai. 
Colliim, JnmesM. 
Colhitn, Jaraed. 
Coleman, Nlcliolaa 



RBVOLUTIONAKY SOLDIERS. 

Coleman, Cust«r. 

L'olcoffer, Pelor. 

Colter, James. 

Co] boon, Jubn. 

Gulp, i^tiiuel. 

Colli OS, John. 

Collier, WiJIiam. 

Collins, Joseph. 

ColliiiB, Peter. 

UollJiia, Bfitjamin. 

CoUina, Witllam, residing in Lebaaou county iti 1S30, , 

Colbert, William. 

Colwell, David. 

Collins, Patiich. 

Collins. Tlmotliy, Sergeant. 

Colic. Riclmrd. 

Collins, Tliomfia. 

Coltmiuii Bobert. 

Culleiis, Jiimes. 

Coleman, Willium. 

Culemau, Jolin. 

Coleman, James. 

Cole. Benjamin. 

Collum, James Ab. 

Colligai), Ncal. 

Coleman, Christopher, 

Collins, Robert. 

Colton, William. 

Comely, John. 

Combes, William. 

Comly, Jacob. 

Comly, John. 

Comly. BenjamiD. 

Comil, Cornelius. 

Comer, Philip. 

Conrod, Cltarles. 

Connell, Jeremie. 

Conly, Nicholas. 

Connelly, Simon. 

Connelly, John. 

Connor, Comellui. 

Conrad, Charles. 

Connor, Lieuteiuut Colonel. 

Connor, Matthew. 

Connor, John. 

Conot7t John, 



ALFUABETIC'AL LIST OP 



Count II, Jerry. 
Conn elf, Simon. 
Conroy, John, 
CoDelly, Cnptaln. 
Connelly, William, 
Connelly, TUomtUL 
Conway, Georf^, 
Conrad, George. 
Conrad, Samuel. 
Coui-ad, Dennis. 
Conner, Julin. 
Conner, George, Sen. 
Conrey, Jolin. 
Connelly, Captain. 
Conrad Niclmliis, 
Connolly, Robert. 
Connolly, John. 
Connor, James. 
CoDnell, James. 
Cong)) re w, Jolin. 
Conn, Jobn. 
Conrad, Micliael. 
Conrod, (matross.) 
Coneklf. (gunner.) 
Conn, Jsii:n', Captain. 
Connard, Jolin. 
Con key, John. 
Connolly, John. 
Conway, John. 
Coniiingliam Barnabas. 
Connelly, Simon. 
Connoy, Timothy. 
Coniuuglinni, Bamy. 
Connor Dennis. 
Condlnesft, Joli n. 
Conniera, Robert. 
Conno Cornelius. 
Coniiigliam, Barn. 
Coningham, John. 
Conn el, Jeffrey. 
Conningham, Jobn. 
Con gh raw, Jobn. 
Cook, John. 
Cooue, Matthias. 
Cooper, Roger. 
Cooley, Owen. 



BEVOLUTIONABy BOLDIEES. 



i 



Cook, Stephen. 
Oook, William. 
Uiok, George. 
Coou, Joc«. 
tioojey, Owen. 
Cooinere, Willinm. 
(^«>«>tBr, Vdleiitine. 
Cook, Matthias, 
t'ciofe, Ludwig. 
t'txaper, Josepli. 
C«>c>per, 11 mice. 
t.'c»omb«, WilUaiu. 
t^cxambs, Siimuel. 
t-'ootper, Abrani. 
C«:><3per, Ricliiird. 
*^<:>«>per, Derick. 
L'^x^iiey, David. 
^■*^»*:»Dey, Jobn. 
Cook, Pliilfp. 
C«=x3n, John, 
f^^xaii. Oltrtstlac 
t^«*ok, Stepiiui. 
^■'■a-cDii, Chrfstophw. 
C*a.«3ke, Jolin. 
C«:«-«Diily, John. 
<-'«^*«3lj, Jiimes. 
C«>«ik, Captain. 
C«:>«jper, Jacot>, 
C«»«3k, Henry. 
Co^ak, WiUlani. 
t^«=»«:»ke, Thomas. 
*'«^>«=»k, Jacob. 
*^*=*«3k, Thomas. 
'-**«Dper, Roger. 
t^o«iper, William. 
^'«*«3nibes, J<riin. 
t^*^«iper, Isaac. 
*'***Jper, Roger, 
"^cilej, Isaac. 
f^»*ok!y, Robert. 
*^^*oper, George. 
*^_<>TOobe8, Dennis. 
•hooper, Charles. 
C*X)per, John, 
^^ooper, Joaepbt 



II ALPHABETICAL LIST UP 

Coole, Casper. 

Cooney, Georfte. 

Cooney, James. 

r>iii)H'iriiiv,iLt, Josepb. 

Coyp, John. 

Cope, John. 

Cope, DuDiel. 

CopVB, Peter. 

Copide, pan lei. 

Corey, Ebenezer. 

Corry, Itoger. 

Coney ItoUrt, Captain. 

Corback, eter 

(Joren Jeremiah. 

Cork i for Zebiilon. 

Cumwall, David. 

Corker John 

Uorl, Jrfonard. 

Corun, Isaac. 

Coran, Isaac. 

Corner, Henry. 

Cornelius, Henry. 

Corbet, John. 

Corbet, Margery. 

Corven, Joint, residing in WasblngtoD county in 1828. 

Coren, Captaiu. 

Coslet, James. 

Cosiii, Jolni N. 

C.is[>t;r .lolin 

Ci»tLrelI,.lnliii. 

Cotton, Henry. 

Cotter, George. 

Col U 1 11 u, Ceorge. 

CoLler jAmes. 

Ootterell,.lolrii, 

CottinglMin, Henry. 

Cottimiii GeofRe. 

Coulter, David. 

Counse, Felix. 

Cu niter, James. 

Coulter, Kathantel, resUttoi In TTnkm oonnty, 1821, 

Ctiurteuay Hercules. 

Coultman, Bobeit. 

Courslin, Jamea. 

Covnee, Felix. 

(^vera, Isaao. 



BEYOLUTIONABY SOLDISBS. 45 

Gowens, James £. 
Cowans, James JB. 
Oowin, Micha^ 
Oowper, Christian. 
Cowan, William. 
Cowman, Andrew. 
Cowen, Charles. 
Cowan, Jannes. 
Cowan, Charles. 
Cbwper, Cluristiiui. 
Cowen, James. 
Cowen, William. 
Oowrley, John. 
Co%>riiian, WilliaiB. 
0<^'yfr^ Paul. 
Do ^iw^ick, Daniel. 

Co>'l^, Mark, residinp^ in Franklin county, 1818. 
Oo>^^?» Barney. 
Oo3C -, Charles. 
Oo3c: -, John. 

0<3:3c: , Thomas, enlisted 1777 ; wounded at Germantown ; discharged 
im:B 1781 ; residing in BuclLS county iu 1808. 
^ Samuel. 
^ Martin. 
S Charles. 
Oo^cjswain, Henry. 
Co:3C , Captain. 
Co3ce, William. 
Co^ce, Captain. 
Coijc, John. 
Coy ie, Mark. 
Co>rle, Patrick. 
C'c>yler, Alexander. 
Criia^rford, Edward. 
Cra.ig^ Samuel. 
Craij^, Jerard. 
Crat'wford, John. 

^'"^^Kgi Isaac. 

Cra.i^, John, residing in Northampton county* 1812. 

Cra.i^g, Thomas. 

^ra^isgi Samuel. 

Orakisg, James. 

^^»if«, William. ^ 

Cra^ord, Adjutant. 

Cra-wford, Andrew. 

CtvLlge^ Samuel. 



« ALPHABETICAL LIST OJ? 

Crawford, WiUiam. 

Craig, Thotuaa. 

Crawford. 

Craig, Samuel, Captain. 

Craft, Jacob. 

Craig, Captain. 

CniRpr TlioiDiia. 

Crawford, Captain. 

Crawford, James. 

Cramer, JHCob. 

Crane, Anibriwe. 

Crawfurd, Eilvvatd, Lleutooaat. 

Crawford, Patrick. 

CraiR, Tliomas, Colonel. 

Cray, William. 

Craig, John. 

Craig, William. 

Craig, Irhhc. 

Crawford. Robert. 

Crawford, Itenjamin. 

Crain, Eleazer. 

Craige, David. 

Cramer, Cliristlan. 

Craft, (matroBS.) 

Craig, Jiimes. 

Craig, Colonel. 

Cratg, Mnjor Isaac. 

Craien, Rolwrt. 

Craig, Gerald. , 

Crane, John. 

Crawfeni, Alexander, 

Cralton, William. 

Cramer, Jacob, residing In York county, 1820. 

Cmroiitiiii William. 

Craig, Alexander. 

Crangle. Jamea. 

Craft, Joseph, 

Craig, Frerterick. 

Crawford, Samuel. 

Crawfotd, Peter, residing In Berks oonntr, 18ZI. 

C'nii«.-. l^.aL-. 

CniiR Iiiivinl, 

Cravan, John, residing In Westmoreland county, 1S8S. 

Cravan, Thnmas, residing in Indiana county, Itses. 

Crawford, Patrick. 

Crawford, Andnw. 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 47 

Creaton, John. 
Creator, Henry. 
Cteely, John. 
Creiswell, John. 
Creas, Ambrose. 
CreenerSf Bastiam 
Creiley, Daniel. 
Creep, Abraham. 
Creaf, John. 
Creganan, Dennis. 
Creagon, Dennis. 
Critler, David. 
Crimes^ Peirson. 

Cremer, Frederick, residinp^ in Adams county, 1828- 
CripOy Henry. 
Crister, Simon. 
Oria^, Adam. 
Crifii^'vell, Andrew. 
Cris*t:'y» Alexander. 
Cri^^i Matthias. 
Cri^^man, Godfrey. 
Cri 1^1)8, John. 
Cria^*-^^ David. 
Cro^isdill, John. 

Cro i^ip, Peter. 

Crr^^by, Elijah. 

Crc3^w, James. 

Cro vn well, Hugh. 

Cross, David. 

Crosley, John. 

Crow, George. 

Crow, Christian. 

Cross, Captain. 

Crossi, Daniel, residing in Philadelphia county ir ^^^ 

Crool^ham, John. 

<^roimii, John. 

Cro^i^n, Samuel. 
Cro^t^wn, John, 
^"nxi^lcshanks, WQliam. 
^^^ey, Jesse. 
Cro-^^^ley, David.. 
Crf>isa, Johb. 
Crocnell, Hugh. 
Cro^Mlins, Adolph. 
Crossle, Jesse. 
I, Peter. 



48 ALPHABETICAL LIST OP 

Crothers, Robert. 

Crookham, James. 

CrosUey, Jesse. 

Cross, William. , 

CroD, Cliristian. 

Cross, Daniel. 

(^rosa, Patrick. 

Crookham, Jolin. 

Croan, Uenry. 

Crope, Benjamen. 

Croats, Ua^)er. 

Crowley, Michael. 

Crutly, Tliomas. 

Croner, Henry, 

Croner, John. 

Crowley, David. 

Crotsby, Mattbias. 

Crone, Tliomas. 

Crosley, Tliomas. 

Ccoas, Peter. 

Orout, Mattliias. 

Crosier, Mattliew, taken at Fort WashiDgton ; residing in Fayel 

county lu 1812. 
Cron, Georse. 
Croat, Mattliias. 
Crow, Jacob. 
Crnst, Balsoi. 
Crumn, Peter. 
Crutclier, Felix. 
Crutchloii, James. 
Urumpair, Peter. 
Cruse, John. 
CrumioufT, Christiao. 
CrutherB, Rot>ert. 
Crutchers, James. 
Crum, William. 
Crysher, SimoD. 
Cryder, David. 
CufTe, John. 
Culkilt, John. 
CuU. Hugh. 
Culbertson, Samoel. 
CuB, Peter. 
Ciilp, Samuel. 
Culket, John. 
Culver, Timothy, Sergeant 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIER!*, 

Cummings, Andrew. 

C'umniings, Lieutenant. 

C^uiDmlLtgs, Robert. 

(''qmrnins, Williao]. 

t'ummins, Benjamin. 

(^ummings. .Tames. 

CutDDiiitga, Stephen. 

'uttimiiigs, Wjlliiim. 

''uQiMiuHS, J«hti, died, in 188S. 

t-'UHDingliftin, Peter. 

(^iiiiitigliam, James, 

C'liitnini^iam, Eol>ert. 

^'utiningliHOi, Bftrney. 

''U ((nineliaui. Getirge. 

t^'uniiiugliiiia, Juaepb. 

•-'»» netx, -Sffbastiau . 

^UniiiiiKliuDi, Luke. 

(•'utinintrliHin, JoIib. 

'''» ■"ry, Joseplt, 

Curtian, John. 

Curry. Rolwit. 

Curtis, WiUimm. 

C>* rdoe, Antlionf. 

C»ix-Ilf., Franci*.^" 

CiA n-y, Hendnl. ~ 

''«*«-rie, Boaa. 

C»anz, Henry. 

C»> »-tiB, Richatd. 

•^■"i^is, Xeliemiah, Sergeant 

^'"^x-tin, John. 

C»*»rel, James. 

^**KTie, Laughlen, died In Fhiladetpbia In 1800. 

C«*XTy, Roaa. 

*^*»«Ty, David. 

*;*»»tz,John. 

^**«ain, Peter. 

^"■^rry, Alexander. 

*^**»tain, James. 

^*»iTy, James. 

^«»rtis, Thotnaa. 

Cutter, IteranRB. 
t^ Utter, EbenesBP. 
duner, Henry. 
Cutler, Peter, 
^■ypber, Prtwr. 

4-Voi. XIIL 



M ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Cjbert, Henry. 

(^pril, Frederick. 

E^ker, Benjamin. 

Dagen, James. 

UiiKTiey Piitiick. 

Daily, James. 

Dully, John, residing in Mercer county, 18IS. 

Daily, Joseph. 

Dally, Dennis, dlscbai^t^ 1T81 ; residing in Washington c 

Dair, Philip. 
Dalian, Richard. 
Dalzell, George. 
Dalton, John. 
Daley, William. 
Dniton, William. 
Dnlzell, George. 
Dulton, Thomas. 
D»ly, Jiimes. 
D^mpsy, Patrick. 
I>amea, Captain. 
Dikniel, Peter. 
Dnnchovier, Abram. 
Daniel, Jacob. 
Danner James. 
Daniel. Cornelian. 
DiiTilHTry, William. 
DDiid, Isaac. 
Dartey. Captain. 
Darragli, John. 
Darlums, James. 
Darland, Jacob. 

Darland, ■ 

Darling, Lanrence. 
Darling, Samuel. 
l)iiiliri«loii Ri'liert. 
Daters, Michael. 
Daukiu, James. 
Daugta, Con rod. 

Dauforth, Joshua, 
Dauforth, John. 
Dauce, Joseph. 
Daiisler Ohristlan, 
Dauberman, Henry. 
Daubinger, William. 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 61 

Davis, Le welly n. 
Davis, Ptiineiis. 

Davis, John, reaidins in Allegheny county, 1821. 
Davis, Levi. 
DHvIa, Jusfpli. 

Davis, Uetiiiisfbiii, residing in Cliester county, 16S3. 
DHvia, Almthnm. 
Davis, James. 
Davidson, Alexander. 
Davidson, TIjomhs. 
Davis, Bfnjamin. 
Davis, Sumiiel. 
Davis, Cslel^ 
Oavis, Alexander. 

Davis, Tiiomas, residing iu Beaver county, 181S. 
Davidson. James. 
Davis, Henry. 
Davis, Peter. 
Davidson, Captain. 
Davis, Asa. 
Davis, William, (Hrst.) 
Davis, William, (second.] 
Davis, Rufus. 
Davidson, Adam. 
Davis. Septimus. 
Davis, David. 
Davis, Lleyerillian. 
Davis, Captain. 
Davis, Daniel. 
Davis, Lewis. 
I>avidson, William. 
Davis, Mordecae. 
Davidson John. 
DaveiiiKirt, .Tosepli, 
Davidson, ttemuel. 

Davidson, David, enlisted October, 1776; discharged August 16, 
17^3 uouiided at Qitea Spring, N. Y. ; residing at Mlffllntown 

Davis, Abednego. 
Davis, Abner. 
Pavis, Albert. 
Davis, Berry. 
Davis, Ellslia. 
Davis, Maurice. 
Davis, Daniel, (second.} 
Davis, Morrit. 



W ALPHABETiCAL LKT OF 

Davis, Isaae. 

Davidson, Abrabsm. 

Dnvise, Davis. 

Davids, Walter. 

Dnvids, Cliailes M., 

Davis, Pbllip. 

Davis. Ezeh4el. 

lliividlieiuer, Menrjf. 

Davons, L«ouaid. 

D»(vson, WiUiank 

Dawson, J«nmlal>. 

Dawson, h^ttbew. 

Dhwsoi), AntboB?, died In E^iladelpliia county in 182& 

Dawson, Henry. 

TlmvS'.vig, Jcreuiiali. 

Jj;txt(iri, .Jolin. 

Day, M»jor. 

Day, Sebastian, (negro.) 

Day, William. 

Day, Joiin E. 

Deal, Arxlrew 

Deiim, Wllliaro. 

Dean, Captain. 

Dean, Itea. 

Dean, William. 

Dean,ijamne). 

Deasj . Tliomwi. 

Deal, Jolin. 

Deasy, Godfrey. 

Deal. George. 

Dean, Rex. 

Deal, Peter. 

Deal, Andrew, (second.) 

Deal, Samuel. 

J)eal, Adam. 

Dean, Thomas, 

IMu uiiukI. .Mii'hiiel, ruiding in Cohtnibta county, 1818. 

I Wrjiiaii. .Insi^l'li, resldiuK In PhiladeipLia county, 162S. 

l)i-!ipli .hiriib. 

Declcer, Benjamin. 

Decker, Peter. 

Decker, Adam. 

Dec! I amp, Frederick. 

Decker, Clirlat. 

Deen, Rexes. 

DeerliiK, Andrew 



KEVOLUnONARY HOLWERS. 

Decks, GeoTKe. 
Deete, FVeAeHok. 

Deftwiwe, Jiunn, rfeiding in Cmwfonl county, IH20. 

Degw, Pefto-. 

Demr, JMob. 

D«hilff, Al>nthMn. 

Dehurt, Jitcoli. 

Dehitrt, Samwel. 

DehavcD, AbrHham. 

Debaveii, Samuel. 

Detiuff. Cwptnin, 

De Haaa, Geticnd. 

De Hass, IJeuteiiatil. 

Detiuff. AbraiD, Caplaiii. 

DebxsB, Colonel. 

DetwKrt, Samovl. 

Debart, Isftav. 

De I}«Hrt, HaMinel. 

DehftTM. PM»r. 

DphwR, ,»ohn. 

Dfliomtt, Vatfiitftre. 

Deinfchfelt, Omrad. 

t>e1ts Jacob. 

Df-laney, Colonel. 

Delatn, Sharp. 

Delanej, Edward. 

Delcart, Jacob. 

Deliel, William. 

Delanj, JotiD. 

Delaney , John. 

Dely, JobD. 

Delinger, Frederick. 

Detaney, William. 

Belong, Jobn, residiiig io Northumberland county, 1^. 

Demerit, Jeniei 

Dement, William, 

Dempsey, Bamey. 

Demny, Bamey. 

DeoipBy, John. 

Dempeey, Patrick. 

Dempsey, Peter. 

Dempsy, Peter. 

Dempsey, Sampoon. 

Dempeey, Denolo. 

Demund, Peter. 



M ALPHABETIOAL LIST OF 

Denning, William. 

Denny, Ebenezer. 

Dennr, Patrick. 

Denny, David. ^ 

Denlus, Jacob. 

Denick, Arch. 

Dennis, Jacob. 

DL-tiDrmiinilit;, Andrew. 

DenniBou, John. 

Denniaon, .Toseph. 

Denalaon, Hufch, residing In Bedford county, 1621. 

Dengass, Peter. 

Dennlag, WUllam. 

Dennil, James. 

Denton, William. 

Deutzel, Chrfatian. 

DePiiKull.Hwiry. 

Df]i|wriiii>g, Ileury, 

Dermlllen, John. 

Derr, John. 

Derry, Michael. 

Deret, Nicholas. 

Dering, Godfrey. 

Derliiig, William. 

Derring, Godfrey. 

Derrick, John. 

Derrick, Chrietlan. 

DerickB, JameB, Ger. 

Dermott, James. 

Deshler, Colonel. 

Despert, Henry. 

Despot, Job u 

Desjierate, Henry. 

Desmond, John. 

Destiiriml Julin. 

Determaui'er, John. 

Detrick, John. 

Detricb, George, died at Lebanon, 1826. 

Detzell, George. 

Detweiler, John. 

Dettart, Samuel. 

Detera, Michael. 

Dether, Jai-n1>, i-caidini; in Lehigh county, ISSe. 

Deuin, Mlcbael. 

Deuderson, Wllliani. 

Deveiiport, Captain. 



EEVOLUTIONABY SOLDIERS. 

Devflin. Peter. 

Devj'tr, Jumes. 

l>«:>v«'rs, WiltiHiu. 

Deveney, John. 

Deveney, Cornel i us. 

Dewalt, Miclmel, residing in Franklin county, 1820. 

Dewit, Jacob, residing iu Pike couuty, 1818. 

Dewit, J . 

Dewillier, llobert. 

Dwwtes, .Jolrn. 

Deweea, Henry. 

Dcwees, Jnuoti. 

Dewees, Jiimcs. 

Dewmsle, Jolin. 

Dewees, Samuel, residicg i]i Adams county, 1S2T. 

Dewees, WiUiam. 

Deyer, Jolni. 

Dibbius, Henry. 

Dibbena, Henry. 

Dick, ArctiibalU. 

Dickson, Jomeft. 

Dickey, John. 

Dickenson, John. 

Dicker, Tliomas. 

Dickinson, David, 

Dickson, Jacob. 

Dick, .lueob. 

Dit-ksuii, Samuel. 

Dickenson, J esse. 

Dickeraon, Joseph, killed at Ssiatoga, October 7, 1777. 

Dick, TlJomas. 

Dickson. William. 

Dickenson, David. 

Dickey, Alexander. 

Dicky Alexuiider. 

Dickson, John. 

Dickson, Patrick. 

I>iddig, Joliu. 

Diddy, Jeny. 

DieKCl, Jacob. 

Dlethus, Adame. 

Dies, Ludnig. 

Dieter, Jacob, died in Lehigh county, 1828. 

Diffeiiilerfer, David. 

Dicuiaiid, Nicholas. 

D^gen, Edward. 



M AI^HABKTLCAL LIST OF 

Digman, Nicholas. 

Digman, WUUam. 

Dieglii, Kilwurd. 

Dike», l*eter. 

Dllcart, JobD. 

DUman, Oeorfte. 

Dllcart, Christian. 

Dllmau, Aodrew. 

DUntan, Fet«r. 

Diley Tln»niaH, * 

Dilmun.Joliu 

Dlll.Mattliew died on Jereerprioon B]iii>. 

JJillmidi, Joliti. 

Dill, Tbomaa. 

Dill, GeoTge, restdttw in KortbuDpton ooaotr, 161B. 

Dimer Oaaper. 

Jliuiisoii, Join) 

Dimmook, Zadaoc. 

Dimmock, David. 

Diner, Jai^uU. 

Dill Ufa, Pliilip. 

Dinglifelt.OonToil. 

Dinges, Ldimbert. 

Dirneri Captain. 

Dirling. WUIlam. 

DirckB, JacDli.tier*. 

DirkB, George. 

Direth, James. 

Dlt'it, James. 

Disoy Simon, 

DIxgnugU William. 

Dixoo, Fatrick. 

Dixan, ttemuel. 

DiaiHi, Samuel. 

DlxoD, San key. 

Dixon, Wtlliam. 

Dixen, Patrick. 

DixoD, James. 

Dixen, William. 

Dixon, Richard. 

I)i>;iji,Tln.imw. 

Dobson, Thomas, residing in Northumberland county, 1 

DoblienB, Alexander. 

Dockertf , Archibald. 

Docklna, John. 

Dodson, Michael. 



ItEVOLmcraAlir WJLDIRRS. 

Dodridge, Ju(;ob. 

Dodge, Nstlianiel. 

Dodoridgb, Jacob. ' 

Doherty, Anthony. 

Dohertj, Jmnes. 

Dobertj, BHrnKbaB. 

DoIuD, Churles. 

Dolen, Michael, residing in Wnsbiunton count; , 18tt< 

DoU, Henry. 

DoU, Martin, reaiding in Tork, 1829. 

Doll, John, i-esiding in Lebjgb county, IfiSS. 

I>ollaD, Geotge, 

DoUne, BMuud. 

Dolton, WilUuB. 

DomiUer, MkebaO. 

■DoipioJ cl^ J gt^ 

Sooui, HVhB^MiMkvtn LMOitw oounty, ISIfc 



Donklson,' 

I>onnRl, WiDtain, residing in Westmoreland county, I82S. 

Don nelson, Robert. 

Donald, James, died In WestuiorelaDd county, 1820. 

Sonely, Hugb. 

Donalsoii, Wiiliam. 

Donnelly, Fet«r. 

Donnelly, James. 

Donelly, Henry. 

Donaldson, Thomas. 

Donnett, Cbristlan. 

Donnelly, Jobn. 

Donaldson, John, Semeant. 

DoD^dson, Henry. 

Doner, Philip. 

Donnaly, Jamea. 

DoD^pir, Jacob. 

Donnelly, Henry. 

Donnelly, Barney. 

Donnety, Hugb. 

Donley, Stephen. 

Donley, James. 



W AUHABETICAL LIST OF 

Donnelf , John. 
Donorau, Joho. 
Doualioo, James, Sergeant. 

Donoron, Tlmoth;. 

Donneltn, William. 

Uonoliover Timotby, 

I>oiiiiii]ly, John. 

Doaelly, John. 

Dorn, William. 

Dorland, Jacob. 

Doi-eey, Darius. 

Dorsey, Thomas. 

DoresoD, Jeremiah. 

Dorington, Joseph. 

Dorsey, Matthew. 

Dorhm, Ludvlg. 

Dorman, Wtiliam. 

Dorman, Liidwig. 

Dorllng, Samuel. 

Dorling, Lambert. 

Doran, Edward. 

Doremaiit, .Joseyh, 

Dotterer Miuljatl. 

Doty, Samuel. 

Doty, Ezra. 

DotlK-r, Jolin. 

Doty Samuel, Lieutenant. 

Doud, Michuel. 

Doudennao, Jacob, died In Philadelphia county, 1824. 

Dougherty, James. 

Douglass, John, residing in Lancaster county, 1828. 

Douglass, H albert. 

Doughei-ty, James. 

Dougherty, John, residing in Somerset county, ItJlS 

Douney, Edward. 

Dougherty, Edward. 

Dougherty, Daniel, wounded In the thigh near Chews House, 

Oermantawii residing in Butler county ,-lHlU. 
DoiiKlitas, Tliomaa. 
Douthenon, Jncob. 
Dougherty, Geo'rge. 
Douglass, Thomas, Captain. 
Dough arty, Charles. 
Doi^harty, Feter, 
DouglilasB, Ephralm. 



REVOLUTIONAHr SOLDIERS. 

Doughlaas, Andrew, Sergeaut, died November 16, 1818. 
Dougaii, James. 
DoaUr, Ueorge. 
DouKtierty, Henry. 
DouRhert}', Barnabas. 
I>ougherty, BatDett. 
Douglaas, Tlmotby. 
Dougherty, Anthony. 
Dougl»sa, Bamet. 
DouKh«rty, Archibald. 
Dougherty, Baraabna, (aecoml.) 
Doogberty, James, died in Waahington i^uutily, IS22. 
Dougherty, George. 
Doun, Alextinder. 

Dougherty, William, residing in Mercer county, 1S25. 
Doutdemaii, Jacob. 
Dongkas, William. 
Dougherty, Barn. 
Douglass, George. 
Dougherty, Baroal. 
Douae, John. 
Dougherty, Matthias. 
Douthers, Jolin. 
Dou^terman, John. 
Dough term an, Henry. 
Itover, Lieutenant. 
Dover, John. 
Dover, Andrew. 
Downey, EzekieL 

Dowling, Lawrence. , 

Dow, Alexander. 
Dowdill, James. 
Downing, Daniel. 
Dowds, Jamea. 

Downs, John, wounded In the leg at Princeton ; residing in Hunt- 
ingdon county, 1813. 
Downing, Timothy. 
Dowd, James. 
Dowell, James. 
Dowlar, George. 
Downs, William. 
Dowhower, Jacob 
Dowd, Michael. 
Dowling, Michael. 
Dowltng, James. 
Doyle, Thomas. 



« AXf HABBTIC&C LIST OT 

Doyle, John. 

Doyle, Henry. 

Doyle, UapUln. 

Doyle, SIltretAer. 

Doyle, James. 

Doyle, SamneL 

Doyle, Morris. 

Doyle, HHnrtce. 

Doyle, Patteraon. 

Drake, Jacob. 

Drake, William. 

Drake, MichRel. 

])r<iuKlit, Iticlmnt, drummer. 

l)rew Tlioiniis. 

Dreger, Peter 

Dr«w Michael. 

Drcaae, Joliii. 

Dreoning, William, residing in AUegbeny county, 1824. 

Drelmond, Clwrley. 

Drcsik-r D«vid 

IJrifAtNick, John. 

DrlBkell, FraRots. 

Drfakill, Timothy. 

Drill, William. 

Drinkle, John. 

Driery, Hictiael. 

Drumse, Alexander G, 

Druken, Audrey, 

Drummond Otiarley. 

Druckenbrcd, Andrew. 

Dnmnan Arthur 

Drumhlller, Jacob. 

Drury, Mlciiael. 

Driiery Miclmel. 

Drmnnkon, Charles. 

Drue, DoHrs. 

I)ryltoiirg, J»mes. 

liiick, Philli.,S<'i-geant. 

»ii'lB..'i.Ti,TI»tiniis. 

Dii.ll.y, Timothy. 

Dudgin, Tiiomaa, 

J>iiey Emniiiier, reeidiuR in Daupliln county, 1821 

Duff, Daniel. 

DiilT. Thomas, residing la York, 1821. 

Duffy, James. 

Dufl. Ricliard. 



REVfJLUTIONARY SOLMERS. 

Doffee. Jauea. 

Diiffield, James. 

Diiffey, Andrew. 

DiiSy, Williuiu. 

Diiffey, Patrick. 

DulBeld, Kuetrud. 

Dulley, Captain. 

DhBj, Micliael. 

DiiKey, William. 

Diiield, Tliomas. residing Id Fhilodoliihia county. IS25. 

DuMd, Falix. 

^iieHQ. James. 

t)aga]d, John. 

Duglvaa, ThonwB. 

J^u«an, Paul. 

J^ugan. Jolm. 

I^Wke, Alexander. 

l>ul{e, James. 

I>«ke, John. 

I*ukes, Patrick. 

I*ukin, Charles, twice wounded in the service. 

- '"II, Casper, 

I>«I1, Henry. 

I>ull, Murtin. 

T*un, ciirislian. 

Dull, Ahram. 

Dull, WiUlaiD. 

Dunipere, William. 

I>omm, Peter. 

Dangan, Tliomas. 

I*uolap, John. 

I*"nlap, Jam«. 

I'unn, John. 

^ncan, James. 

^"lo, Blehard, residing in Crawford county, 1810. 

-^nn, J(din, taken at Bonurotown, and died ou priBon skip J 

*'"nc«Hi, Bobert. 

'*"■»<!», John. 

Dnnoing, John. 

^■*ning, Dennis, drummer. 

Buriahoo, EHtrlck. 

I'"»*Jt!eberKer,John. 

"»*>f6y, Michael. 

I**»*», Peter. 

0'*«»n, Isaac. 

Dtton, Abratiam. 



eS ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Dud, a. M. 

Duucau, Matthew. 

Duiilap, Joseph, died in Montgomery county, 1810. 
Kitiiii, Aiuiiii.li. 
'Dunnegnn, Roger. 
UutiliiiO), Asher. 
Dunciui,Kobert. 
Duncal banger, -Tohn. 
Dunlap, Moses. 
Dunlap, Abraliam. 
Dungan, John. 
Duncan, John. 
Dunlap, Robert. 
Dunell, Joseph. 
Diincau, Wllltam. 
Dunlap, Andrew. 
Dunns, J. B., Captain. 
Dunn, John. 
Dunn, Andrew. 
Dunlap, tjamuel. 
Dunlap, Thomas. 

Dunlap, James, residing in Westmoreland county, 1 
Dniikk'lii'iKL-r,Johu. 
Dui>4!r I.«o]it)rd. 
Durn, William. 
Dumy, Henry. 
Durit, John. 
Durell, Stephen. 
Durell, David. 
Durbin, Jacob. 
Vusal, William. 
Dyler, Ptter. 
Dyler, James. 
Dytoli, Peter. 
Dyce, Andrew. 
Eadin tan, John. 
Eagan, Robert. 
Eager, I'eter. 
Eagleson, Jamefl. 
Eago, James. 
Eagar, John. 
Eagin, John. 
Eaibough, John. 
Ealcin, Robert. 
EakertB, Peter. 
Ealy, MlchuU 



HEVOLtTTIONARV SOLDIERS. 

EmIjt, Patrick. 

Earli, WiUiHm. 

Eiirlj, John. 

Kirns, Cbriatmn. 

Kiisii]i, Siimtiel. 

Knstm&n, Nlclioias. 

fimwuod. Cliurlea, (second.) 

Eaugcr, Daiiitl. 

Gnatwood, Clittrles. 

Gu^, Samud. 

Bavins, James. 

Enrotart, John. 

Eakinger, Daniel. 

Ebb, Emanuel. 

EchelbergCT, I'eter. 

Echolti, George. 

Eekart, Malhiaa. 

^^fcert, John, residing in Nortliumpton county, 1919, 

^hetiie, David. 

Edby, Philip. 

®«**lj-, John. 

*^<ldy, William, residing in Cliester county, 1S26. 

^*lie, John. 

^•Jdeiibunie, Jacob, 

^<*y, Philip. 

^**«abuni, Philip. 

^^gerton, Edward. 

^**Kar, James. 

f:«*«ar, Samuel. 

^*^8a.r, David, residing in Bucks county, 1812. 

^^ioer, Jacob. 



a^vards, Captain. 
^*1 Wards, Andrew. 
^^ Wards, David. 
^^Wards, Charles. 
^-^tan, James. 
^Singer, Jamee. 
^S8>in, Edward. 
£gao. Thomas. 
£ti;bert, Lawrence. 
'Kg^xrt, John. 



M ALTBABETICAl. UST UF 

'Egij, Joeepb. 

Egner, F^ter. 

EgoK, Ileury, residlDg in Perr; coanty, ISSft. 

Khley, Joaeph. 

Eicliuni, Pliilip. 

Elcbelltergi-i', Bernanl. 

Michel be rgf I', John. 

EielieHiergf]', Jacob. 

EJckltotz, Ji>1iti, residing in Lancaster county, 1810. 

Kiuhfllii-rger. Peter. 

Sitfiorn, Plilllp. 

Eigholt)', Geor^. 

Ekiotli, Henry 

Eiricli Audrey 

EiseiLtiain Frederick. 

Elder William. 

Eldtrry l.leiiteTiuut. 

Elder, Robert. 

Blder, Robert, Colonel. ; 

Eldrege, I'ljonius. 

Elder Jaiiiea. 

IllBBall^ J. 

Her, nabael. 

Eltir, Ailiim, 

Elker, Dimiel. 

Elliot, Sicholas. 

SIUb, William. 

Elliot, William. 

Elliot, John. 

Elliot, Robert, enlidBd 10-1776; died in Mrvice In South Carol 

EUla. Riclmrd 

Elleiiswood Willlnm. 

t^lle^lon Jolm. 

Elliott, William, residing in Butler county, 1827. 

Elliott, John. 

Ellis, John, LieuteuBot. 

Elliot, Jobn, Jr. 

Elliot, John, Sen. 

Ellyes, Rlcbard. 

Ellis, Joha. 

Ellenger, Steplien. 

EUiiigtoD, John. 

Elmore, Frederick, died In Philadelphia, 1822. 

Elton, Peter. 

EUey, Michael, CorpomL 



BE VOLUTION ARV SOLDIERS. 

ElweU, Darid. 
Etiuuiuel, John. 
Kmbly, JKiaeft. 
— Emerick, Michael, residiug iii Centre county, 1828, 
Etats, Woniley. 
EniH), WBrsley. 
Bmea, Wesley. 
£mw, Worliey. 
Cmii-k, Henry. 

Ennuw, J -septa. 

S'l^K Thoffliia. 

E>iulisl>, Willmm. 

EoKlish. James, died in 1826, in Lycoming county. 

£»»Sart, Harvey. 

£iija:t-ll, Andrew. 

^■>]^r, I'hilip. 

£*a«{Kr, Duvid. 

SKAsle. Michw). 

£ ■ • Kelbaiiiit, JohR. 

£«kKliBli, Biirt. 

K « a xleliiiii|it, .lohn, residing in Cninford county. 1826. 

E • ■ iiifl, RJclltinl. 

E ■ k niB, FriiiiciB. 

EkkicI), AbrHham. 

£ > m f , Daniel, residing in Bucks couDty, 1828. 

£K>]>t«. Henry. 

Bx^vle, John. 

E^-»), Lawrence. 

E «-l), Jacob. 

K«r^icb, Audrey. 

K«:"«iiiQ, Andrew. 

EwTniin, John. 

Crmiig, David. 

CnBghter, Jacob. 

Csrnagbter. DsTld. 

B*»kiii, John. 

l^rter, Peter. 

Erwin. Jacob. 

Eniln, JolM. 

^>^n«, Heniy, residing in Columbia county Id I82^ 

Krwin, JaiBM. 

E^in. Jaaepk. 

^Wine, John. 

b«U. Uicbani. 

fi-VoL. XI IL 



ee ALPHABETICAL LIHT OF 

Ervln, William. 

Ealing. HuUolph. 
"EslilemRti, AbrKham, residing In Lancaster connty )i 

Espey, WillUim. 

Eaton, Janifa. 

EHt«ll, William. 

Eaterlf, George, residing In Philadelphia in 1R24. . 

Etliam, ThoiiiHS, residing in Fhiladelpliia in 182S. 

Eustice, Major. 

Evans, Hajor. 

Evans, Samuel. 

Evans, James. 

Evans, Jonathan. 

Evans, William, CohnwL 

Evans, Evnn, Uorporal. 
' Eyans, Captain. 

Evans, Nathaniel. 

Eyiuis, John, Jr. 

Evans, HuflU. 

Evans, T^wis. 

Evans, John. 8r. 

Evaiis, Colonel. 

Evans, John. 

Evans, William, residing In Hontgomery coimtr, 18£ 

Evans, Iteeae. 

Evans, Peter. 

Everliarl, Henry. 

Evans, David. 

Evans, Edward. 

Evans, Arnold. 

Evans, Natiian. 

Evans, Thomas. 

Evans, Al)el. 

Every, Michael. 

Everhnrst, John. 

Everhunl, Abraham. 

Everitt. Elisha. 

Everliart, John. 

Everliart, Pliilip. 

Everly, Micliad, died in Adams cKiunty in 1825. 

Everett, Thomas 

Evene, David. 

Evered, Thomas. 

Everhart, Godfret. 

Rverheart, Godfrey. 

Evil, John. 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 

ETiogtoR, John. 
£««ra, John. 
£vEiiB, Captain. 
Evens, JoIiq, 
Swinjt. Alexander. 
twing, David. 
£wig. Cbristian. 
fiyrea. John, Colonel. 
£>"re, Benjamin C. 
Kyw, Richards. 
■Ej*i*s, Joseph. 
Ey«[, John. 
^«.»re, Joseph. 
^**-«:undaa, George F. 
f ^».Seu, Garot. 
i^x»C«n, Mic«aL 
F*s^^Lu, Garret. 

I"»».liner, Jacob, residing In Bedford county, 18^, 
K'a^^rliuub, Michael. 
K»«.ik,CapUin. 
f^^L^rbrotherB, Thomas, 
f^&.lner, Micliael. 
'F*SKJrGeld, Christian. 
T" ».ire, Robert. 
T~ *».in;ro8a, Conrad. 
f^aJkenline, StcptMii. 
F"«*J1, Henry. 
fsM-inrlng, Thomas. 
Vw^-mt, John. 
Fsutleror, CaptaiD 
faiiti, Adam. 
P'anrieng, Thomas. 
Panning, Thomas. 
Panoer, Lewis. 
*^anner, John, 
^'anoer, Lewis C. 
?;arraday, John. 
''*'lone, Joahna. 
^"•^bI, Patrick, 
''inner. Captain. 
Parley, John. 
Piria, Thomas, 
f &T«her, Charles. 
y»tow, William. 
Faraell, Christophy. 
[ ^Tqnlr, Charle*. 



W ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Farsell, Uhrlstopher. 

FarnBhleld, William, resldlDS In Chester county, 1S38. 

Farquer, Charlee. 

Farquhar, Robert, reBldiiiK In Fayette county, IS26. 

Farquard, Charlea. 

Farewell, James. 

Famorae, John. 

Fausel, ChrlBtopber. 

Faust, Michael. 

FHUst, Jobn, enlisted In 1778; 1780, injured in service a 

charged ; reniding in CumberlaDd county in IBIO. 
Faugh t, Cbarlea. 
Faulkner, Wllliun. 
Fauthner, John. 
Fawman, Benjamin. 
Fayer, John. 
Feagan, Charles. 
Featherly. Nathaniel. 
Federa, Fredericlc. 
Feeling, Jeremiah. 
Feels, Christopher. 
Feely, Thomas. 
Feeser, John. 
Feener, George. 
Fegan, Garret. 
Foliey, Tiiomas. 

Felriug, George, died June 8, 1819. 
Feltmuii, W. 
Feltman, William. 

Feltz, Henry, died in Philadelphia county, 181S. 
Felty, Arnst. 
Feltz, FIhdb. 
Felts, Christopher. 
Felix, Peter. 

Felix, Martin, residing in Bucks county, 1820. 
Fell, Joseph. 
Feniils, Philip. 
Fennemoor, Jonathan. 
Fennon, Simeon. 
Fenelon, Thomas. 
Fensey, Mlcliael. 
Fen ton, John. 
Fenster, Henry. 
Fennel, Francis. 
Fennelt, John. 
Ferguson, JowiA. 



HEVOLUTIONAEY SOLDIERS. 

reriuger, Martin. 

ftfinger, Henry. 

Ferpwon, WlUtam. 

feifusoD, Jobn, residing in Daupbin county, 1H18. 

Ferioger, John. 

Feringer, George. 

Ferguson, Jacob. 

Ferrall, Lawrence. 

Pemslee, Plillip, 

f erman. Uichael. 

I-Vritiison, Francis. 

F'errel, Hugh. 

f^rnl, William. 

PesTiie, James. 

f eiTick, James. 

F'*!XTick, Michael. 

^e;»^8on, John. 

F'^iguson, Peter. • 

F■«^»rall, Michael. 

F'^ny, Jacob. 

I^'^sager, Jacob. 

F«Mstec, Casper. 

^^swnire, John. 

^■^llerman, William. 

''"^ tell water, Abel. 

**^tberby, Joseph. 

^^"^tier, Jacob. 

^~^ Tiger, Jamea. 

-^"^w, Joeeph. 

^^«w, . 

^^' S«li, David. 

^^^ »«ld, John. 

^"ift, Edward. 

^^*Mbert, PrieU. 

^^igite. James. 

^^^i, Cbrfatophw. 

***3»on, Tttomas. 

^*nka, Lewis. 

*'ioney, Walter. 

^*«iley, Joseph. 

*|*«ley, John. 

*[*ndly, Robert. 

^indlay, David, residing tn Annetrong county, ISIO 

**inKler, Jacob. 

*)*nly, Lieutenant. 

*'incli, Josepfa. 



10 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

F)nl7, Andraw. 

Ftnly, Joseph. 

Flnner, Felix. 

Flnler, John, Lleutewtnl. 

Flnler, Andrew, surgeon. 

Fin)7, JauMfl. 

Findler, John. 

Flndlej, Jueepb. 

Finney, Walter. 

Fink, MicliMl. 

Finly, Josepli, Lieutenant. 

Finton, John. 

FlnlAj, Jfunee. 

FlnnlB, William. 

Flnler, Daniel. 

FiiitarR, Ditiilel. 

Fine, John. 

Finlay, Bobert. 

Fiiiks, Jost>|)1i. 

Finliboiiei' Adam. 

Fiuks, AdHm. 

Finn Jiiincfl. 

F DiiigHn, C)in»tian. 

Finger Jamea. 

Firman Daniel, residing in FhlladelphU in ISiit. 

Firth, James. 

Firmitn Mit^tiael. 

Fiseni ire, John 

Fisher, Malica. 

Fisber, James. 

Fisber, George, residing In Lehlgb countj, 182B. 

Fislibunt CapUtin. 

Fisher John, tvamster. 

Fisa, Jiriaign 

Fishljuni Benjamin. 

Fislier Dwael 

Fish bo urn Benjamin. 

Fisber, Francis. 

Fisher, George. 

Fisher, Richard. 

Fisher, Henry. 

Fisher, Godfrey. 

Fisher, Frout. 

Fislier, Jeremiah. 

FIsblMurne, Captain. 

Fister, Nicbolas. 



HEVOLUTIONART SOLDIERS. 7l 

Fisher, Sumuel. 

Fjti Gerald, Henry. 

Fill GenUd, Patrick. 

FiLzGerald, WilUnni. 

FiUgibbuns, William, residing in North umberland county, IS2^. 

Fit:^||lt^lck, Felix. 

Fitterer, 6t«phen. 

F*itiHer«ld, . 

F'itzrHndolpb, Edward. 

fit^imnioiiH, Jumes. 

Fitzgerald, Henry, 

F*it,igFrHld, Patrick. 

fitigerald, William. 

Fit^iatrick, Hugh. 

Kitoer, Henry. 

FiMterret. John. 

Fitzler, John Adam. 

Fitsiinmans, Jamea. 

F*it3or, Jacob. 

^'tzpatrick, Peter. 

F'itz;>atrick, William. 

Fitzgerald, John. 

F'tch, John. 

^itz, Titus. 

Fitzpetrick, Peter, (first and ■ecoDd.) 

Fitzgerald, David. 

*'lanigan, Patrick. 

Flarence, Charles. 

Fliinagan, Timothy, r ■ 

^'aghead, Thomaa. 

PltWiagaD, Patrick. 

Fleck, Peter, residing In Centre county, 1827, 

Flenjjpjj^ John. 

L|J*tcIier, Joseph. 

"[^etcher, Simon, 

^*«e»m, Planket. 

' letQing, Richard, enlisted In Sandusky expedition, and. killed ut 

Miami, 
^ming, Thomas, 
'leming, James. 

^ming, George. 

fining, Edward. 

fteemaa, John, died at Trenton in 1780; from Chester county. 

Plickener, George. 

^cker, Cbristiau, residing in Berks county, 1S19, 

FliDt, Nathanidl. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 



Flick, Heniy. 

Flick, Adam. 

Flint, WiUlKm. 

Flins, WllUiim. 

Fllnn, I'tetriek. 

FIIdd, Anthony. 

Fllan.^lmon. 

FlIoR, Isaae. 

Flltofaer, Hatlianlel. 

Flinn, iobn. 

Floia, David. 

Flora, I'eter. 

Floek, Matthfaa. 

P lower C'uloncl. 

Flood, J0I111 

Flowrey, Francis. 

Fktwer, Benjamin. 

Flower, ZeiiUon. 

Fk>i», David. 

Flood, Barney. 

Fluke. Jiilin. 

FlnlinE, CapUln. 

Flush, CliTiatiaii. 

Flynn. JoliD. 

Flynn, Charles. 

Flynn. Patrick. 

FoKleman, CrnirHil, 

Fogleaong, Henry. 

Foglesong, Henry, (second.) 

Folwell, Joseph. 

Folwell,John. 

Folly. I^ieutenant. 

Folka, Miciiael. 

Foltz, George. 

FoIteD, Isuac. 

Foil! 9, Isaac. 

(■'oiitlt'ioy Moom. 

Font Leioy Moore. 

Fooks, Yiiat. 

Ford, Benjamin. 

ForbuB, Lieutenant. 

Ford, James. 

Fi>rd, Tliomaa. 

Forbus, Lieutenant. 

Forrest, (^Hptaln. 

Forman, Konli. 



RKVOLUTIONAllY SOLDIERS. 

Formal), Peter, residiag in Fnuiklin couuty, 1B26. 
fiirsliHy. ThoiDus. 
forrsst, Tiiomaa. 
fuiBj'tlj, Jttmes. 
Furresier, Captain. 
Forrest, Andrew, 
'■order, Willirtin. 
f orbes, Nathan. 
*""»bps, James. 
(■'orbeH, William, Sergeant. 
fornt, n«iry. 
f'orayui, Caieb. 
^**m, Nwthankl. 
^orat, Henry. 
^'oitl, Alexani!er. 
J^orest, David. 
^orrest. John. 
^*>*-nvy, Anthony, 
*^o»Titt, Henry, 
fortune, Peter. 
^«*rnaoyle, JHmes. 



' «*ra,th, Hugh. 

* ^"'■■wyth, Isaae. 
^*»»~^uikfl, Caaper. 
£^*=**-«-€Bt, Thomas, (flrat and second.) 
£^**«-fceB, DnniBl. 

^<*»Ta, John. 

^*=»<-9t, Predertek W., resldlog in Philadelphia In IsaL 

^*^*«ter, Uhari«. 

_5,*^*«t.er, Thomas. 

^*=»»t«r, Jonathan. 

^=*«ter, WiUiam, 

^*^»«brook, John. 

^■"^^•er, Joaeph. 

^«>^^er, JanwB. 

* ^^^^.ter, John. 
^<^»ter, Ephraim. 

"^ OK^ney, Weadle, woosded at Trenton; residing In Danphiii 
^^xsunty, 1812. 
•"^fcid, Patrick, 
■^otttell, Robert. 
S'«>tml. Patrick. 
I^ottndls. Patrick. 



7* ALPHABETiUAL LIST OF 

Foulk, Hugh. 

Foulk, Josbua. 

Foulk, Levi. 

Fouik, Jessie. 

Foulk, Caleb. 

FoolK, George. 

Foulk, Solomon, residing In Somerset county, 1812. 

Fount, John. 

Fouks, Adam. 

Fowler, James. 

Fowler, Bobert. 

Fowler, Jonathan. - 

Fox, Thomas. 

Fox, Joseph, miding In Greene county In 1823. 

Fox, Justlan. 

Fox, Jacob, died in Montgomery county in 1825. 

Fox, Andrew, residing In Bucks county, 1828. 

Fox, George. 

Fox, David, trumpeter, residing In Berks county in 1K2S. 

Fox, Adam. 

Fox, Frederick. 

Fox, William. 

Fox, Jeremiah. 

Fox, Patrick. 

Fox, Francis. 

Foy, Clirlstian. 

Foyle, Peter. 

Pazoy, Martin. 

Pratt, Henry. 

Frasier, Jamee. 

Frantar, Henry, ' 

Franks, David. 

Frantz, Henry. 

FfHzer, John. 

Fruzer, Lieutenant OcdoneL 

France, Arnold. 

France, Henry. 

Fraiii, George. 

Franer, John, teamsteT. 

Frazer, Francis. 

Frazer, Jamea. 

Frank, George. 

E-rancIa, William. 

Francis, Charles. 

Frally, Frederick. 

Francis, John, wounded at Paoli ; residing in Chester county, 18 




RE VOLUTION ARV SOLDI EHS. 

fWuis, Barnabas. 

fnuKis, James, reBidiDg in Fayett« county, 1 
f ranelier, IJeioicb. 
ftaok, Daniel. 
Franks, Casper, 
■frank, Lawrence. 
■Pr^ley, James. 
Prandialier, Jacob. 
Pr«nci3ker, Jacob. 
-P" ra wen f elder, Jacob, captured at Fort WasbinKton: 

-May, 1790; residiug in Northamptou county, 1807. 
^irt^toe, Henry, 
^»"**"J, Morris. 
*''"»iikQBter, Henry. 
^»'»»nk, Henry. 
^*"a»zier, John. 
F*«-a*aier, Daihaii. 
^«"'s*nk]in, Edward. 
'^r^a.iicis, Peter. 
^*"^anci», Georne. 
^*'»»*»cis, BIcbard. 
^■■^hley. Henry. 
^*"^cmiin, Tbomaa. 
'^^^^e'w, David. 
F* «-«*»■, Adam. 
^ "^"^tiniiii, Jeremlab. 
, ^-K-«-uch, Artbur. 
^ *~^stwr, John. 
l^^^-^ese, Philip. 
£,*~«^erick, Jacob. 
?^«^^«nian, William. 
^»"^l»ler, George, 
-^■"^eman, Samuel. 

-^*'^eman, Philip, residing in Westmoreland coanty, IHIS. 
^■■^ezer, Henry. 
^**»*ierick, Henry. 
^*^eier, Jobn. 
^"^y, Philip, 
^""^^aerlck, Almham. 
^>^«»Eer. Zekel. 
*!>^«w, John. 



r^derick, PanL 
^*««se, Philip. 
•"reidley, Henry. 
^««erick, MIchaeL 

'i^ederick, Oeorge. 



n ALPHABETICAL htSI OF 

Freage, Martin, reskliDg in Bucks county. 1820. 

Frezer, Ilenij. 

Frey, Jwcob. 

Ti*ell, Henry. 

FretAl, Jubn. 

Fi-viit:nck,J6hn. 

Fn»cher, Henry 

Freaiiy JiimeB. 

Frederick, Michael. 

Frederick, David. 

FreemoiiH, Robert. 

Freaney, James. 

Frederick, Aljiiiliam. 

French, Alexander. 

Frisker, Adam. 

FjiiiT Jereuiy 

Frialiback, Joshua. 

Frize, Duiel. 

Frith, Jotw. 

Frith, JBBua, 

Fritz, Johii. 

Friend, CbrMtaii. 

Frifller, DwU. 

Fricker, Peter, reading In Berks county in 1812. 

FricklutD), (Jliristian. 

Fi'lcklreffttr Christian. 

Fritcber, Uenrj- 

Frosel, Chriatian. 

Frock, Jacob. 

Frock, UeotanaBt JaoMa. 

Fry, Conrad. 

Fry, John. 

Fry, Henry. 

Fry, Pliilii). 

Fry, EIHb. 

Fry, Lawrence, residing )n Cumberland county, tfi 

Frye, Pliilip. 

Fry, William. 

Fry, Jiicob. 

Frymire. WilliaiB. 

Fryrayer, William. 

Fryar, Andrew, died in I^ncuter county, 182S. 

Fuk, Drtvid. 

FullertDn, Blchard. 

Fulton, Hugh. 



UEVOLUTIONAUy SOLDIEKS. 



^H Fiilmei, Jacob. 
^F fullon. JHiiies. 

f m fnlerton. Robert. 

I ^H i\i\tQtA. Henry. 

y^L FuJl^rton, Robert, 

^^b Pullertoii, John. 
^^V fulliiun, Thomas. 
^^■^ fuller. Consider, Corponil. 

■^ Ailler, John. 

V ^'I'lJer, Joseph, died in Fiiji'lt.c (■■ninty ij 

■ ^»Jllerton. Patrick. 

I Mullein, tJHmae]. 

I J^u 1 letton, P«rtcl[. 

^ «J Ilerton , Thoraaa. 
■•^•*-llon, Samuel. 
^^ •-• X %iM\, Tliomas. 
*i3^«»H[ufir. George. 
** ~t f ras, Sumuel. 



«^ 



* ■ 1 more, George. 



^ 



^^ »»l3iim,Thomafl. 

^T^ ** * mes, George. 

:^, ■^"naTii,Tboinii3. 

^ «^ » ham. 

"^T^ *^* I li, George. 

^^ *-* I ler, Joseph. 

^^ *-• ».lerton, Matthew. 

__^ *-* S mer, Joseph. 

■^ *-* "■ tz, George, (first and second.) 

._^ *^*.ilum, George. 

^^ *;»-»lham, Georfte. 

_^ *^^>iarton, Andrew. 

^^^»-»iBton, Janfth. 

^^«*»k. Jacob. 

*^Ma^, George, wounded at Brandywine ; residing ia LancMter 
«s.«iinty fa 1812. 
^«»»k.Joh«. 
^«**iks, WflUan. 
^^^■kenliiio. Manly. 
^^;«*»liw, Ifattilaa. 
™*^nMe, Abraham. 

^**igwon, TVUlfwn. 
*»niey, Antbonj. 



^*»ii»ll, John. 



78 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Gable, PhUlp, Uaptaln. 

Gubel, Peter. 

Gabell, Peter. 

Gabriel, Peter. 

Gabriel, John. 

Gadab)', George. 

Gaddis, Joeepb. 

Gadlzoe, John. 

Gadaby, Ralph. 

Utwrer, John. 

<:i:igtia1]aii Michael. 

Ga([eby .lainea. 

GftiKliter John died in Schuylkllt county, 1828. 

Galljiiit, J»naes. 

Galnffher, James. 

Galbratli, Andrew. 

Galbraitli, Alexander. 

GallaiRber, JameB. 

Galbreath, John, residing in Butler county, 181ft 

Gal breath, Joseph. 

Galloway, Robert. 

Gallaglier, Jamee. 

Galford, William. 

Galbralth, Wilson. 

Galbralth, Jamee. 

Gallawny, John. 

Gallagher, Hnsli. 

Uallt^^her, Patrick. 

GalbreatI), James. 

Galloway, Robert. 

Galloway, John. 

Gallagher, Patrick. 

Gamble, Captain. 

Gamble, James. 

Gamer, William. 

Gambor, William. 

Gamble, Michael. 

tniLiKwer, fiforge. 

Gansel, John. 

Ganett, Morton. 

Ganey, John. 

Ganey, Bartholemin. 

Ganetby, John. 

Ganet, Abram. 

Ganeques, John. 

Ganett, Robert. 



SBYOLUTIOKABY »OLDIBBS. 79 

6«niey,Adam. 

Garraway, DavicU 

Gardner, Peter. 

Girriter, John. 

Gtiner, Robert. 

Garrer, Wire (George. 

Gardner, liobert. 

Gardner, Andrew, drum major. 

Garatby, llichard. 

Garrick, Adam. 

Garrison, John. 

Gaxdnor, Joseph. 

Gaixiner, Benjamin. 

Gardner, Joseph, Hon. 

Garret, Morton. 

Garret, Robert. 

Garman, Joseph. 

Garra.l)ry, Richard. 

Gardner, Samuel. 

Garliols, George. 

Garrett, ^lorton. 

Gar-vin, Barth. 

Gt^rciiier, Henry. 

Gaar^^way, William. 

Gsi.rr"oni, William. 

Gs.^irr-iaus, John. 

Gt^rx-mson, Isaac. 

Gatr^v^r, Henry. 

G Ar-%r ey, Bartholomew, died in Butler county, 182ft. 

Gra.r^Yay, Daniel. 

Gaa^, James. 

Grass, Henry. 

(JrHS^vray, David. 

Gaston, Hugh. 

Gat^es, Philip. 

Gat ret, John. 

G*u«by, James. 

Gaunrey, John. 

G*ngli by, James. 

<^''*'Jl, Richard. 

Gaial , Valentine, Philadelphia county. 

Ga.^ira, Joseph. 

^^-v^LxOlsr, Captain. 

^*^yl«fy, Alexander. 

^^3r , Thomas, residing in Pike county, 1821. 

^^y, Mathew. 



ao AI^HABETICAL LIST OF 

G^ylord, Ambroae. 
Geurhart, Conrad. 
Uearhart, Bamet. 
G«bler, George. 
Geddis, Juinea. 
Oeddeger, John. 
Oeddis, John. 
OeeiDB, Jeddlah. 
Geeger, Henrj. 
<ieeli:irl, Henry.' 
Gee, GeoT^. 
G«e. David. 
Geer, Henty- 
Geer, Hairj. 
Geer, Asa. 
Ueeyer, Con. 
Oeet, Archibald. 
Gelion, James. 
Geiss, Jeremiah. 
Gelss, Herman. 

Qenner, William. 

Gennis, William. 

Geiger, Jacob, died in Lebanon countj In 1828. 

Geogheban, Joseph. 

Geor^, NlcliolBS. 

George, J. 

Oeorge, John. 

Geoi^, Wllllan. 

Giepford, William, died in 182S, In Dauphin count? 

GTy John. 

Gerhart, John. 

Gerhart, Adam. 

Gerhart, Geuni^. 

Gerhart, Williani. 

Qertieart, Abraham. 

n, n.Miry 

Gernett, George. 

Gerlinger, Lewis. 

Gerhard, Charles. 

Gerhart, Abnham. 

Gervin, Henry. 

Gerltn, J(d)n. 

GetzelniHD, John, died in Bcrkn county, 1^11. 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 81 

Getty, William. 

Getty, Christian. 

Gibben, Colonel. 

Gibb, Robert, residing in Westmoreland county, 1825 

Gibson, John. 

Gibbs, Joshua. 

Gibbard, Henry. 

Gibbons, James. 

Gibons, Patrick. 

GibbinSf Patrick. 

Gibson, James. 

Gibson, Da^d. 

Gibson, Samuel, residing in Chester county, 1829. 

Gibl^ard, llenry. 

Gibson, Tliomas. 

Gibson, Henry, residing in Fayette county, 1815. 

GideRo, John. 

Gideon, George. 

Gidens, Edwards. 

Giedeke, John. 

Gierap, Sebastian. 

Gier, X icholas. 

Giffey, John. 

Gililer, William, Colonel. 

Gill, F^rasnius. 

Gill, William. 

Gillie rt, Ar. 

Gillclirist, James. 

GillelsLDd, Philip, residing in Bedford county, 182*.. 

Gillespy, John. 

Gill, I>octor. 

Gilliert, Jesse. 

Gilfillen, Henry. 

Oilman^ Samuel, died in Fayette county, 182-. 

Gilmore, Matthew. 

Gilnaore, Thomas. 

Gilbert, Michaer. 

Gilchrist, James. 

Gilnaoi-e, John. 

GiUachiy, WiUiam. 

Gil fry, Cliarles. 

G*»^^^y, John. 

Gilbert , Peter. 

Gillaa, Arthur. 

OWH^ Asa. 

Gilkey , Thomas. 

e-VoL. XIII. 



62 ALPHABETICAL LIST or 

GiUet, Alplietu. 

Gil more, Jonathan. 

Gilmore, Tliomoa. 

(iilU-it, ,li)hii. 

GLIl, KrasniiiH. 

Gilljn-,.ltj,.l,>l,n. 

Gilbert, Utephen. 

Gilbert. Daniel. 

Gilbert, Cliartea. 

GUman, Philip. 

Gilmore, DiiDleL 

GiJli^ri Jotii). 

Gill Jotin. 

Gillcsifey .Tolin. 

Gillespie, JiiBlma. 

Gillia, Tliomns. 

Gilie»iiie, William. 

Gilbert. Snmuel. 

Gimell, Julin. 

Gima, Andrew. 

GInder, Ilikslet. 

Giuter, Henry. 

tiinel, Robert. 

Giiiii, Patrick. 

Gise, Jeremiah. 

Gitty, Samuel. 

Glass, Robert, residing in Chester county, 1S14. 

Glassmire, Jacob 

Gladwin, John. 

Glaskln, Patrick. 

Glendy, Willlua. 

lileiitworth James. 

(ilendining, James. 

Gleron, Patrick. 

Glen, Patrick. 

Glenn nan Ghnrlea. 

Gleuktier, Christian. 

(Jled, Daniel. 

OliHBon, JamcH. 

Glover, James. 

Glynn, Hugh, died la Westmoreland county, 1818. 

Goarell, Mathew. 

Gobble, Henry, 

Gobin. Hugh. 

Godfrey, oieorge. 

Godfret, George. 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 88 

Godshal, Daniel. 
Godsball, Henry. 
Godcbalk, Henry. 
Godfret, W. E. 

Godfer, Greor^ey cUias Filcber. 
Godagrace, Daniel. 
Gobbman, Adam. 
Goff, John. 
Gofl, Samuel D. 
Gofl, Archibald. 
Golf, Solomon. 
Gofortli, Zach. 
Crohn, 'John. 
' Grohn, Thomas. 
Cvohean, Edward. 
&ol)oon, James. 
Grolding, Benjamin. 
G^oldsberry, Captain. 
Grollagher, James. 
Groldin, James. 
CIr<->ia8berry, John. 
&<z^ld, Levi. 
C5-<z^ldy, John, Sergeant. 
Gro^iner, Peter. 
GS-oTDley, Thomas. 
Ci- e>odman, Richard. 
Gi- c> odjifraw, Daniel. 
GS- oodman, Michael. 
iir cjKKiwill, Asa. 
C^ eroding, John. 

C^cx)d, Josepli, residing in Philadelphia, 1822 
C^oodshall, Henry. 
Ci- oodman, John. 
CVoodwin, Samuel. 
G^cxkI, John. 
Giordon, John, (second.) 
^Tordon, Charles, 
^'orditnd, Rol>ert. 

Gordon, Peter, residing in Indiana connty, 1812. 
Gordon, George. 
Gore, Thomas. 
Gordon, Captain. 
Gorman, Joseph. 
Gordon, William. 

Gordon, Thomas, from Bedford county; died prior to 1812. 
Gordon, Robert, residing in Indiana county, 1812. 



M ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Gordon, Thomns, (second.) 

Gordon, James 

Gore, Bobert. 

Gordon, I'tres. 

Gordon, Andrew, residing in Chester county, 1612; serve 

years, 
(jorman, Lawrence. 
Gorden, David. 
Gorman, Samuel. 
Gordon, William. 

Gusner, Peter, died in Allegbenf county in 1^7. 
Gossner, Peter. 
GosBiier, Lieutenant. 
Goaleii, Mordwcai. 
Gobs, Ebenezer. 
Goaher, Barnet. 
Goshlen, John. 
Goshner. Peter, Captain. 
Gottfried. Clirlstian. 
Gotsle, John. 
Gould, Samuel. 
Goumey, i^amuel. 
Gourley, Thomas. 
Gougli, Arclilbuld. 
GoukIi, Roger. 
Oouman, Samuel. 
Uoumay, Tliomaa. 
Govoday, James. 

Gowen, Hugh. 

Goner, John. 

Graham, Edward. 

Gi'.tniLmli-iii' Abraham. 

Gray, Jonatlian, 

Gray, William. 

(Jray, Joel. 

Gi^ili.uii. Willinm. 

Grandt, Peter. 

GihIiiuii, Joliii 

Grant, Joseph. 

Grny, Joseph. 

Grace, Samuel. 

Graef, Samuel, residing in Crawford county, 182T. 

Graef, William. 

Graeff, Frederick, killed in 1826, in Berks county. 

QmB, tiarreL 



UETOLUTIONAHY SOLDIERS. 

Gray, i^iuuel. 

liwy, Aleaauder, residing in AUegheny county, 1820. 

Guy, Hubert. 

OrayUam. George. 

lirtiut, Gi'orge. 

limrit, Ca|itiilD. 

Gmce, Geont*. 

irBlliiiger, Jo)m. 

<iru)iam, George. 

firaw, Aruold. 

(inhiiiD, HeDry. 

Grnyiioii, Ali^xander. 

Grafhani, William. 

Graydou, Andrew. 

<iraliaDi, Davia. 

Gra<:e, Andrew, 



GrMily, William. 
^•■^y, Jaiues. 
S-r»nt. Bobert. 
fir-aiy, Georg«, 
^ ^~^B. John. 
G- z-Kuss, Jacob. 
, CB T-mt». WUliam. 
G i-atiiLger, .Tulm. 
G irjinjei' I-iidevicli. 

GJr-iiham, Thomas. 

Grahain, Daniel. 

Gi ray, William. 

GraDt, I'eter 

Gnuidt, Peter. 

Grace, Aaron. 

Gmce, Ernest. 

Graiiner, George 

'■ratian Patrick. 

•jftiv, Nathaniel. 

'Jraliam, Enos. 

Graham, John, 

Grant, William. 

firaham, Amoe. 

'iriklmm, William, residing in WesLmoreland county, 1812. 

Grant, Patrick. 

Granhill, William. 

Graaiey, Peter. 



M ALFHABBTICAL LIST OF 

Grace, William. 

Grace, Jacob. 

Griimitr .lease. 

Graailin, Ailam. 

Graul, jHi:<>b, residing In Lancaster county, 1818. 

Qrea. .Tames. 

Creenuniycr, Captain. 

Gnj, Samuel. 

Grey, Nathaniel. 

Greenawalt, Fbilip. 

Grej, Captain. 

Green, Tlinmaa. 

Green, Nem. 

Green, Bobert. 

Greenwood, Jobn. 

Green, Amos. 

Green, Le van. 

Crcy William. 

Greeriwiilt , Nicluiliw. 

Groeiiiimore, Cuwiiuer. 

Gr»*iii,l)avi«l. 

GrpRory li«njiimin. 

Greer, James. 

Gregg, Bobert. 

Greint, John. 

Green, Thomas. 

Green, John. 

Gi'eeiiwu.lt, Colonel 

Gi'eeiy John 

Greemior Cusmer. 

Greenewald, Henry. 

Gregory Christian 

Greemier CaBamer 

Gri^enewatd, Nicholas. 

Gi-egory Joliu residing in Cbeeter county, 1820. 

Grevlona, JSebaBtian 

Greenewald, Ahniliani 

Green, Timothy. 

Green, ^mnel. 

Green, Samuel, (second.) 

Greer, Jobn. 

(jregory Chriatoplier, 

Gi-cady Wlllhim. 

Greer Henry 

Gre»ely John. 

Greeclick, PhiUp 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 

Gtwn. Casper. 

liiegory. WilliHUi. 

Iimii, Michael. 

(ifNii, John. 

Gcfeti, Salomon. 

(irwnleat, lamel, 

tir^r, .M<««8. 

(irG«itlauit, James. 

iiietlitirii, GeorgB. 

Greenwalt, Abraham. 

timawnlil, Adam. 

Crimes, Cornelius. 

Cridley, Dttniel, residUig in Luzenie countj. 1^19. 

''rimes, James. 

"fidlej, John, residing in Liiwriie county, 1SI9. 
f^rim, William. 

'^Wndiug, Jesae, residlnK in (Jrefiic county, 1818. 
"'■'nith, Levi. 
^"toMhell, Ricliard. 
5'^»c!ombe, Samuel, 



Grier 



Hemy. 



^"a%tli,Joliu. 

w'Qfcth, Abraham, served three years: residing in Berka couuty, 

Grlra^es, Stephen, 
firi^-^old, Andrew, 
wi^n, Captain. 
^" »>ith. Captain, 
fin ^■'ea, Thomas. 
^■■^SSlth.John. 
fi"«Bth, Amos. 
^f^»*ith, Joseph, 
fi™ «ftth, Levi, Lieutenant. 
''f*»*i, Captain, 
fif^^r. Captain, 
fi"^ *»iea, Patrick. 
**''*mes, Thomas, 
"•^nnore, Jeremiah. 

Gi'i^ir, John. 

Gc^«r, David. 

G«-\aen, Roger. 

G«^«iiea, Cornelius, {second.) 

Gimes, Robert. 

Griffith, HoweU. 

Griffith, Joseph. * 

Grtfflth, David. 



M ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Ouy, Jonnthan, died in Montgomery county, 1826. 

Haas, CliriBtiaii. 

Haas, John. 

Haaa, Peter, residing in Horthumberland county, 1(J29. 

Haas, Patrick, Jr. 

Ilacket, iliclinel. 

II ackets wilier, George. 

Hacket, John. 

Hockeiiburg, Peter, residing in Union county, 1820. 

Hacket, Ridiard. 

HHdfieia,John. 

Haegarty, John. 

Ilrtoese, Prederick. 

HafFetitxHigh James. 

Haggerty, Jamea. 

Hagerman, James. 

Hagol, John. 

Haggerty, Archibald. 

Haggarty, John. 

Hagus, James. 

Haggiiitoii, Robert. 

HagKUH, Peter. 

Hagerty, James. 

Haggerty, Iliigb. 

Hagley, JoEeph, 

Hagle, Pliilip. 

Haggerty, l>ennis. 

HaKKHi'ty, Jamea. 

llager, Andrew. 

Ilagard, Cliarles. 

Haggerty, Patrick. 

Ilagen. 

Haines, James. 

Haines, William. 

Haines, John. 

Haind, Betijamin. 

Haius, Duiiiel. 

Hal re. Captain. 

IIiiLlrl..Mj»li 

Hall, William. 

Hal!, Timothy. 

Hall, Captain. 

Hall, John. 

Haler, James. 

Hallo wet I, Thomas. 

Hallo well, John. 



BEVOLUTIONARY SOLPI^SS 

Hull, Rol)ert. 

Ilall^rt Thomas. 

Hull Alexander 

Ilalliuttn George. 

Hale, Hicliard. 

Hiilfiior George. 

Hiill, Joiiepli. 

Ilalliiwell, .Siimuel, 

IliiiriH'iiiiy, Patrick. 

Hull, ^iiuiuel. 

Hulev, Thomas. 

Iliilli^rt, William. 

IlHl|it!iiii.v, Patrick. 

Hulkniti, Morgan. 

Uall, David. 

IIiilfi>etiii]r, Thomas. 

llalton, .loiiii M., residing in Scott cooMy. Ss.-a^. : 

lliimbleton, Tliomua. 

lliiuiinoiul, I). 

Ilauilin, I'ettts. 

Hamilton, Jolin, residing in Ldncuur e-ym^ ^i^-^ 

lliiiuiltoti, Andrew. 

Ilainiltoii, Jaiues. 

Xlittuuioiid, David. 

Ilani, Michael. 

:i{amnion(l John. 

:ilitmmi>nd, Benjamin. 

Jliinimond, Jiimes, residlog ii 

JiambriKht, Abraham. 

XuDiiltoii, William. 

-Hamon, Abraham. 

Sammoiid, Tboi 




93 ALPHABETICAL LIST OP 

Hamon, Abruliam. 
Haminiin, LKwrcnce. 
IlHIUIIIUtl, Julit). 
Hum IT), Nicliolas. 

ILiuiiltoii, Iliibti'i, residiog in Fayette county, 1815, 

Hammond. Antlionj. 

Haniblttton, Jolin. 

Hamerick, Heiiry. 

Hameltln, Tlioroas, Sr. 

Hameltlii, Thomas, Jr. 

ilamiltan, J. 

Hamm, Richard. 

Mammon, Thomas. 

Hampeon, William, residing in Dauphin county, 1809. 

IlAluIill.JollIl. 

(Tammin, Colonel. 

Ilammin, John. 

II anna, .lohn. 

Hannah, Anthony. 

llunnigan, William. 

Hand, Colonel. 

Hands, William. 

Hatiiia, ijlepheu. 

Hanna, Juliii, SerK^aiit, from Dauphin county : re^jdin 

county Keiitiicky, 1B19. 
Ilaiin i>:^\u\ H. 

Il^itil^y. I'iit ink, died in Montgomery county, lt*2ti. 
Hancock, James. 
Hancock, Thomas. 
Hanna, Steplien. 
Hanna, Robert. 
Haney, Samuel, 
llaiiey, Philip. 

Haney, David, residing In the State of Indiana, IH-J-i. 
Hatiley, HuKh. 
Hani UK, Jacob. 
HannluK, Conrad. 
Hannaii, Robert. 
Hanlln, Marmaduke. 
Hanover, Joseph. 
Hanly, Joim. 
Hatise, Peter. 
Haiiapun, John. 
Haney, Josiah. 
Hansel, George. 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 

Uall, Rfbert. 
Halbert, Thomas. 
Hall, Alexander. 
Hallman, George. 
Hale, Richard. 
Ualfuor, George, 
HiUl, Josepb. 
ll&llonell, Samuel. 
lliilt|wuny, Patrick. 
Ilatl.Siuiiuel. 
yiil«y, ThomaB. 
Wjilbert, William. 
W»I|i<iiny, I'lttrick. 
'faJIerau, Morgan, 
'/all, David, 
Walfiieiiny, Thomas. 

ffalioii, John M., residiner fn St.-ott county, Kentucky, 1821 
«i»nabletoii, Tliomaa. 
^»mi»iond, D. 
^amlin, i'ettis. 

Wajuilt^j,,^ John, residing in Lancaster county, 1812. 
f'a-toijton, Andrew. 
•*«*ttiilton. James. 
"**maio,id, David. 
IIjMq^ MictiHel. 
""■taoiond John. 
^***Ottond, Benjamin. 

^'**Qmond, James, residing In Lycoming county, 1828. 
f:^*0 bright, Abraham. 
5'«'»»iilton, William. 
"^*»aon, Abraham. 
" ^«n tnond, Thomas. 
"^■x> it), John N. 
^"^ixicn, William. 

„*^**» fiton, Robert, residing In Lycoming county, 1^. 
-.^■»*>ilEon, John, died in Weatrooreland county. 1825. 
„**■■*» ilton, Thomas. 



"*>ilton, John, residing in Crawford c 
"^K«»gy. William, 
"^tnford, Lewis. 
^**«*»b!eton, Thomas. , , 
^'*»&i)ton, Lieutenant. 
**a«va bright, Henry, 
"a***, James. 
!?*»*» pton, John. 
^»«**pton, William. 



92 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

HHmon, Abraliam. 

Ilamuiiin, I^iwreiice. 

IlHiiiiiioii, Juhii. 

Hiiinn), NicliolHfl. 

Ilambflum. Andrew. 

IlHmiltuu, Robert, residiug ia Fayette count}', 1815. 

iliunoioiid. Aiitliony. 

Ilanibleton. Jolin. 

Hamerick, Henry. 

Hameltin, Tliomas, Sr. 

Hatueltin, Thomas, Jr. 

tl hid)] tan, J. 

Hanini, BIcbard. 

IlHiuiuon, Thomas. 

IIarn|>eon, Willlatii, residing in Dauphin county, 1809. 

IlamJin, Jobn. 

Hamniin, Colonel. 

liauiuin, John. 

Ilannii, .Tuim. 

Iliiiinali, Anthony. 

llainiiftan, William. 

Hand, Oulonel. 

Haniitt, William. 

Hiinna, St«|)hen. 

Ilaiina, Jobn, Sergeant, from Duupbin county ; rBsidlng to < 

county, Kentucky, 1KI9. 
Ilann, David II. 

Ilaiiley, Tat rick, died In Montgomery county, 1826. 
Hancock, James. 
Hancock, Tlionius. 
Ilanna, Stefiheu. 
Ilanna, Robert. 
Ilaney, Samuel. 
Hauey, Philip. 

Haiiey, David. rcHidlug In the Slat« of Ii 
Haiiley, Ilujtb. 
Ilaning, Jacob. 
Hanning, Conrad. 
Hannah, Robert. 
Hanllii, Marmaduke. 
Hanover, Joseph. 
JIanly, John, 
lianse, I'eler. 
Hanagun, John. 
Ilaney, JosJah. 
Hansel, GeoigA. 




BEVOLUTlONAllY SOl-DIEIl.S. 

Hand, Patrick, 
Uintzec. MieliHel. 
Haniirh, Arcli. 
Htns, UU-liiiPl. 

Huns, J^unard, rpBidiiis; in NorlliaiJiptoii coutily. IHSU. 
Hantel, Michael. 
ilann, Stephen. 
Baoiif , Thomnfi. 
JIanlpy, Clii'ist. 
Hancovh. John. 
Hanlss. D.tiiiel. 
Ifanjisli, Arclilbtild. 
Untirlel. AdHOQ. 
Hand, Patrick. 
ffappHCk. Miclinel. 
Happwny. .lainea. 
KrtrdinR, Israel, 
ilftrt«'(rroiv. Saraiie!. 
irarJ.ji||, AtlMin, or (HprUiln. AUimi.) 
'lHrtijj,iii,Deitrick. 

nartinan, Jacob, died in LMiiCiister cnuntj-, IftJS, 
Hartraiin, Jiicob. 
Hart X, Nicholas. 
larper, William. 
Harr-an. David, residing in A!le({lieriy comity. 1B2T. 
Wari-is, R. 
*Iart , Jacob. 
Harrison. Archibald. 
Bar re 1 awood,Jolin. 
Tlarlj^^son. Francis. 
Harn^'H, AlirHliHm. 

Harljeson, William, residing in Butler county, 182C 
Hari>«r, Henry. 
Harrignu, John. 
Harper, John. 
Harris. John. 
Hartt, John. 
Harris, James. 
Hart, Samuel. 
Harroan, C'»sper. 
"Harleson, Benjamin. 
■Harokley. Kichard. 
Hartley, Casper. 
Hartley. Simon. 
Hiirtinan. G«>r)[e. 
BardMi, Lieutenant. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 



Harris, Robert. 
Harvey, A-rcbtbald. 
Harisson, Jobn. 

IliM-av \Villi;ii]i. 
llartitif,'tiiii, JiLi^uli. 
HairiBun, James. 
Hardy, Elijah. 
Harris, Captain. 
ilarmuTi, Joliii. 
Hurl, William. 
Harrfngton. John. 
Hart, WjUiutn. 
Uarmiiti, JonHli. 
Hart, Jiisiali 
Harris, Joseiih. 
Hardiuir, Muttliiaa. 
Harmer .loimli. 
HairiiiKtoii, Isaac. 
Harvey, Samuel. 
Hariier, Jotin, Lteutenant. 
Hardin, Johu, Lteutenant. 
Harris, Captain. 
Harris, William. 
Harrisun, Jolin, (second.) 
Hartley, Colonel. 
Hargeas, Abmni. 
Hanier, ijamuel. 
Harper, James. 
Hart, George. 
Harden, Lieutenant. 
Harris, Jolin. 
Harris, Captain. 
Harmar, Josfah 
Harris, Daniel. 
Hartley, Thomas. 
nar|>er, Andrew. 
Harper, William. 
Hnrmady, Henry. 
Hartman, Conrad. 
lliirr;i!il,, lames. 
ITarriJiittfiTi Thomas. 
Harper Samuel. 
Ilarsli, .Iiieol>. 
Harrison, Thomas. 
Harmon, .lohn. 
Harmlsty, Henrick. 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. «« 

JBardtape, Frederick. 
Harris, Francis. 
Harman, Jacob. 
Hart, J(rfin. 
Hart man, George. 
Harry, John. 
Harry, Thomas. 
Hartzel, John. 
Harbert, Benjamin. 

Barley, John. 

Ilarxis, Abraham. 

Uarry, Samuel. 

Harber, William. 

Harrald, James, (second.) 

Harvey, David. 

Ha&rrott, Azahal. 

Harrot, Andrew. 

Harriot, Reul)en. 
Harney, Henry. 
Hart man, Peter. 
Harry, Samuel. 
Hari>er, Thomas. 
Harrington, Jacob. 
Hart;, Samuel. 
Harvey, Patrick. 
Haoley, Patrick. 
Ifarden, Daniel. 
Hartaflfel, Frederick. 
Ilarkisbymer, Jacob. 
Harden, John. 
Harker, Frans. 
Harper, William. 
Hardy, John. 

Harter, Peter. 

llarnier, Jacob. 

Hardin, Daniel. 

Harp, George. 

Hsiries, John. 

Hartney, Patrick. 

Hart, Nicholas. 

Harris, John. 

Hari>er, Edward. 

ttar\x)m, Joseph, died in Philadelphia county, ante 1828. 

Harrison, John. 

Harvey, Samuel. 

Hartman, Theodore. 



U ALPHABETICAL LIST OP 

Harper, Jacob. 
Hardin, Jolm. 
Harris, Kobcrt. 
HarriB, .lolin. 
HarOy, Jacub. 
Ilurvfy, Itoliert. 
HHruiiiii, Siiniiiel. 
JIarcly Klijiih. 
IlarmoU) llinry. 
Ilurp, Henry. 
llarriH, Ut'iijamin. 
' Harden, Tlioiniut Adam. 
HiirdinK, Ricliiml, died in Fayette county, IHIO 
IIari«r, Tliutiiaa. 
Ilarter, Lewin. 
Harriaoci Samuel. 

Ilikrt, Miirliis, residing in Columbia county, 1813. 
Hardmaii. Theodore. 

Hart, Adam, reaiding in Lanc^ter couuty, Ih'J3. 
Hartman, Conmd. 
Ilartiuan, CbriBttau. 
Hariier, Henry. 
Hartigan, Jobn. 
Ha skins. Corn el ins. 
Haslet, James. 

Haslet, William, taken prisoner ami detained seven roontbs ii 
York; residing in Indiiiiia county, IBitJ; uge seven ty-t wo. 
Hase, Jonathan. 
Hastings, ^iamuel. 
Haslett, William, (second.) 
Hassler, Stephen, residing in Berks county, 1826. 
Hassy, Kecs. 
Uashinger, Jacob. 
Hasinger, Jacob. 
HastingH, Alexander. 
Hastings, Alexander, (second.) 
Hastings, Jiibii. 
Hasnian, Casper. 

Hasaon, Barney, residing In Centre county, 181!). 
Hatton, Henry. 
Hattuii, James. 
Hatboni, Daniel. 
Iloiisel, Geortte. 
Huntz, Michael, 
Hantz, Michael, (second.) 
Hautzel, George. 



HEVOLTTTIONART SOLDCERS. 



HaoN, NicbDlas. 
fha\ce, John. 
llitiiti, Ihiynell. 
Ilfliuberger, Matthew. 
Haiiser, Casper. 
nHuies, Jhidcs. 
iXmily, Jacob. 
Qn), William. 
liny, Saiuii«I. 
najf», jRnies. 
trnjM, Ctiristian. 
RHf, CupUiin. 
Tluj, John, 
WajM, ilartin. 
Hajes. Jolm. 
Hayes. Jitmes. 
Hay, Colonel. 
Hiirs, WilliaiD. 
HMyaes, William. 
Haytbom, John. 
Hazs, Patrich. 
HdEelhursI, John. 

UiWlBWOOd. 

I ■Ha^kwood, Richard. 
'*:*KPiilnirjt, Henry, 
'iazelet, Aliz. 
^azen, John. 
«iawkinB, John H. 
^a^vn, David. 
*IawkinB, Francis. 
**a*»kin8, Edward, 
lawhe, Henry. 
&a«vkiD9. Juhn. 

^eadley, James, residing in the State of New York, 1821. 
l^eatrick, Philip. 

*Iealy, George, residing In Westmoreland county, 1826. 
^e«rd, John. 

health, Samuel. 

Heard, Captain. 

Deamy, Charles. 

Hea,m, John. 

Healy, Dennis. 

^B«id. Jamea. 

Il^wlet, Andrew, residing in Westmoreland county, 1826. 

n«ad, James, (second.) 
B*«gerty. John. 

7-voL. xin. 



M ALPHABETICAL LIST OP 

HeartDiHQ, Henry 

Hean;, I'bilip. 

Heart, Jolin. 

Healy, Miirtin. 

Ileavrnn, lliigli. 

HeatiiiHii, William. 

Heard, lleiiuet. 

Heaiis, DHiiiel. 

Heard, Ricliard. 

Ileiigaii, I'eter. 

Heaton, James. 

llfitVt'hf^, 'rhomas. 

Hi^belicii,'.'!- Peter. 

Heckmai), Ulrick. 

Heck, Go list 

Heck, Gost. 

Heckman, Jacob. 

Heckmnii, George. 

Hedrick, George. 

Hedrick, CuptHin. 

Hedrick, Adam. 

Hedrick, Jacob. 

Hefutr. Heniy. 

Heffiiei , George. 

UeHliiiger, George. 

Hefflicli, Melchior. 

Heger, Jonathan. 

Heindel, Joliii, subsequently with St. Clair and wounded; 

in Lancaster county, 1812. 
Heines, William. 
Heilman, John. 
Heisam, Jobn. 
HeiBter, Josepli. 
Heiaor. John. 
Height, Jacob. 
Heibor, Geunt^ 
Heisler, Jacob. 
Heller, Jacob. 
Helm, John. 
Helm, Christian, 
Helm, Frederick. 
Hellor, George. 
Heller, John. 
Heltore, Joseph. 
Helbow, Edward. 
Helm, George. 



BEVOLUTIOKABT 80LDIEBS. W 

fielsley, Jacob. 
fielter, Philip. 
Hellind, William. 
Belbow, Robert. 
Helium, George. 

Hemmerly, Peter, residing in Daapbin county, 1822. 
den^ouui, Henry. 
Senner, Thomas, 
tore, John. 
', Colonel. 
I, John. 
Sen^erson, Henry. 
Seoderson, William. 
B^enderson, James. 
Uenderson, Joseph. 
Henley, Henry, 
ry, Francis, 
ry, William. 

ing, Henry, residing in Centre county, 1827. 
ify, Philip. 
csTiry, John, residing in the State of Indiana in 1822. 

r, Hugh, 
enderson, Samuel. 
SLenderson, Michael, 
endrake, Andrew. 
Henderson, John, 
enry, John. 
;^eiiderson, Joseph, (second.) 
[Henderson, Andrew. 
HTenderliter, Michael. 
Henderson, Captain. 
Mend rick. Captain. 
Henderson, Robert. 

Hendershot, Abraham, residing in Mifflin county, 1824. 
Henry; Joseph. 
Heury, Richard. 
Henry, Thomas. 
Henley, Emaurice. 
Henderson, Edward. 
Henaon, John. 
Hendry, John, 
^enderson, Alexaader* 
ling, David, 
enning, Greorge. 
S^enderson, George. 
Henderson, Anthony. 



S2 ALPHABETICAL LIST OP 

Hntnon, AbrHliam. 

Hnnimun, I^wreiicu. 

Hhdiiiioii, JuIiii. 

Hiitnm, Nicholas. 

HiiinliFlU)u, Audrew. 

HHDiituiu, Bobtirt, residing Iq Fajetto county, IBIS. 

Hammond, AntliODy. 

Hamblatoti, John. 

Humerick, Henry. 

Hameltin, Tliomas, Sr. 

Hameltin, Tliomas, Jr. 

Hamiltan, J. 

Hamni, Bicliard. 

Hammon, Tliomas. 

Ilaropson, William, residing in Daupbin county, 1809. 

Unttiliti, Jutin. 

Hammin, Colonel. 

Ilammlu, Jobn. 

Hatina, .John. 

lluniiali, Aiitliony. 

Ilunuigan, William. 

Hand, Colontil. 

Hands, William. 

Hanna, iSteplien. 

Hanini, .Tobn, Serjeant, from Daupliln county : residine ju Clarke 

county, K<;ntncky, 181B. 
Hann, Daviil II. 

Hanley, I'atrlch, died In Montgomery county, 1826. 
Hancock, James. 
Hancock, Tliomas. 
Hanna, Ste)>ben. 
Hanna, Rnbert. 
Ilaney, Samuel. 
Ilaney, I'biliii. 

Haney, David, residing In the Slate of Indiana, isi'^t. 
Ilaiilt-y, HuKb. 
Itanhig, Jacob, 
llannlug, Conrad, 
Han nab, Robert. 
HanlJn, Marmaduke. 
Hanover, Josejib. , 

Hanly, Jnbn. 
Hanse, Peter. 
Hanafiun, John, 
llane*', Josiah. 
Hnnsel, George, 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. »3 

Hand, Patrick. 
Hautzee, Michael. 
Haniieh, Arch. 
Hans, Michael. 

Hans, I^onard, residing in Northampton county, 1820. 
Hantzel, Michael. 
Hann, Stephen. 
Hanny, Thomas. 
Hanley, Chiist. 
Hancock, John. 
Raniss, D.niiel. 
Haniiali, Archibald. 
Handel, Adam. 
Hand, Patrick. 
Haf^pack. Michael. 
Hapi>eny, James. 
Hard infi, Israel. 
Hai-t€>firr<)ve, Samuel. 
Harl>;ill, Adam, or (Herbola, Adam.) 
Hartirmn, Deitrick. 

Hart. man, Jacob, died in Lancaster county, 1828. 
Hartinsm, Jacob. 
Har-t z, Nicholas. 
HariJer, William. 

Harraii, David, residing in Allegheny county, 1827 
Han- in, U. 
Hart, Jacob. 
Harrison, Archibald. 
Ilarrc^lswood, John. 
irarl>e»son, Francis. 
Ht*.rc:4:^s, Abraham. 

Hi^rl>c?son, William, residing in Butler county, 182C 
Hi*.ri>^r, Henry. 
Hu^rrison, John. 
H»ri>er, John. 
lls^rris, John. 
ila.rtt, John. 
lliirris, James. 
Hart, Samuel. 
Harman, Casper, 
llarleson, Benjamin. 
Harokley, Richard. 
Hartley, Casper. 
Hartley, Simon. 
11 art man. George. 
Harden, Lieutenant. 



102 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

HillsoD, Anf{UB. 

HID, John, (flecoud.) 

Hill, Adam, died in Mercer county, ant« 1827. 

Hill, Alexander. 

Hill, Frederick, reeidlng in Lycoming county, 1818. 

Hill, Jacob, reBiding in Lycomins county, 1618. 

Killbjja^, I'bttT. 

Hilyer Henry 

Hilnnda, Miobad. 

Jlilfe, Jacob. 

Hill, Henry. 

HiU, Alexander. 

Ililyer Henry, aecond.) 

lliliiiwis, Mictiael, (second.) 

Hllfe, .lacob. 

Hill William. 

Hilljrard, David. 

Hilt, John. 

HiU, Adam. 

HIU, Jacob. 

Hilbert, John. 

Tlinie, Jacob, 

Hin»miin, John. 

Hintz, Jobn. 

Hind, Captain. 

Mines, Thomas. 

Hines, Peter. 

iliiuis<in John. 

Ilitielitler, Michael. 

HiiLsIey Juliu. 

Hi tie, Coiirud. 

Hinkle, Nathan. 

Hinderliter.MichaeL . 

B ingle, Leonard. 

Hines, Samuel. 

Hlnes, Matthew. 

Hi lie man, Henry. 

Hinerletter Michael. 

Htnamaii Frederick. 

Hind, .lolni. 

Hinkle, Henry. 

Hinton, WUllatn, residing in Centre county, 1ES8 

Hiriah, Jacob. 

Hirbert, Jesse. 

Hlrsh, Jacob. 

Himick, Abraham. 



REVOLUTIONARY 80LDIEBS. 

Hirjidiy, Michael. 

iliMer, George. 

HlsaoLi, Thomas. 

RIlKllHugb, Oswald. 

Six. Jobn. 
Efitte, Conrad, residing in Somerset county, 1619, 

~ ■, Frederick. 
HtFe, George. 
Hh, Willmm. 
HoUick, William. 
Hoback, Ptilllp. 
nobart, Cluu-lM. 



Hadse, John. 
Bttdgiu, Samuel. 
Bodgins, Kamne, (second.) 

IIodKkiiis, aamuel. 

Hockins, Joho. 

Hocker, Jobn. 

Hocker, Geortje. 

Hocker, Albilgbt. 

Jlockley, Easlftii. 

Hock, ChriBtlaii. 

Hock, Henry. 

Hoey, Beiijumin. 

-Hoffermai). Hugh, Sergeant. 

Hodman, George. 

**otta)an, M. 

lofTman, Baaell. 

Hoffman, Charlea. 

^oQman, Williitm, residing In Northumberland county, li 

^offner, George LaW. 

^offman, Mkhael. 

^ottner. George. 

^ofltmao, George, reBiding in Maryland in 1827. 

Woflman, Coraelius. 

5j«»Oman, John, 

f^oOman, Nicholas. 

fJoOman, Jacob. 

^oftman, Christian. 

^oOman, Christ. 

^^^land, Joaeph. 

^0(pin, John. 

^J*>R9ett, Alexander. 

^ogenbouch, Ileni7. 



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BEYOLUTIONABY SOLDLBB& 105 

Bol^^way, Isaac. 

HoK^craft, Silv". 
HoXiruaii, George. 
He^r'Kiier, Nicholas. 
HolcScraft, Silas. 
Hol^en, Samuel. 

Holstein, Peter, residing in Philadelpliia county, 1828. 
HoJistone, John. '*" 

BoUan, William. 
Holmes, Henry. 
Holmes, John. 

Hoz2il3ecker, Philip, residing in Lycoming county, 1812. 
', William. 
I, Nicholas. 
Hozneath, Jeremiah. 
HoKiey, Christian. 
Honnell, Jacob. 
H;c>x2 x-al, James. 
PI cxxl) Chambers. 
Itoover, Adam. 
ll,<j>c>^er, Henry, discharged at Trenton, July 20, 1781; residing in 

^X i fRin county, 1812. 
H oo iJer, Jacob. 
Hcx:>l^man, Daniel. 
lXo:Ci^man, Abraham. 
^^€><y^n Jacob. 
HLoofman, Peter. 
Floofman, DanieL 
ll.oot, Jacob. 
H!oof, Jacob. 
B:oof nagle, MichaeL 
Hoop, Robert. 
Hoop, Henry. 
Hoof man, Abraham. 
Hooa, Thomas 
Ko<>t.jmacker, Jacob. 
Hooii , Nathaniel. 
Hoolser, Nicholas. 
Hoofcmagle, George. 
Ho|>i^in8, David. 

H^oy^e, Philip, residing in Northampton county, 1828. 
IIop»«, John, 
ttop^-l^ll, Adam. 
no'5>cman, Jacob. 
Ho^jcs, Robert. 



IM ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Hopper, Henry, died in 1805, in AUeglieny ooontj, 

Uq^le, John. 

HopkiRg, John. 

Hopkins, Jeremiaii. 

Ilopliins, Ctiurles. 

Hopkins, William. 

Honi.Kaiiy 

JlorkkoiLli Jeremiah. 

Hots, Valentine. 

Horn, Henry. 

Hord, George. 

Horey, [>»vid. 

Hore, Jacob. 

Honinr Clu-ist. 

Horsa, Valentine. 

Horn, John. 

Horn, Abraham, died In Northampton count), Hay 27, 1 

11 timer Gem-ge. 

llurr, Francis. 

Homer, John. 

Homick, Abraham. 

Horine, Jacob. 

Horrall, James, residing in Mifflin county, 1824. 

Hose, Peler 

Tloseck David. 

Hoskbis, Jolm, residing in ISomeraet county In 1812. 

Hosneck, Diiuiel. 

Hi>ttori,.]-jlm, reaidiiif{in Weatmoreland county, 1812. 

Houghes, Patrick. 

House, Michael, died in Wasbiugton county, Maryland, 1 

House, Thomas. 

House, George. 

Houser, Albrigbt. 

Houtz, Jacob. 

Housman, John. 

Houseman, Jacob. 

Houssa^IK.T, Nifliolas. 

llomiiiiis ll„u.-«-r 

Houser, Loadering. 

Houser, John. 

Houcks, Christian, 

Houghy, Patrick. 

House, Micliael. 

Honghendobler, Hictasel. 

Houston Thomas. 

Honsnecht, David. 



EEVOLtmONARY SOLDIERS. 

HoTendon, Kdward. 

Ho waul, Jotin. 

HonJen, Alexander. 

Iloweil, JCzrkkl. 

tlowJDger, JiLCiib. 

Ilotrcll, Isaac. 

Howell, CitpUin, (aeconcl.) 

JIuward, Captain. 

Howell, Joseph. 

Howell, Captaiu. 

Ilowttrd, George. 

Ilowell, Joseph, Captain. 

Howell, Jamea. 

Ho ward, George. 

Howel, Abner, 

Howcraft, Thomas. 

Howell, Ezekiel, (second.) 

HowB, William. 

HoweU, Daniel. 

Howard, Handle. 

'fwwela, Jacob. 

Ho^vel, Jamea. 

^o»ey, WUliam. 

Hoy, Daniel. 

•^oy, Benjamin. 

fjoyle, Zacha. 

^^Sey, William. 

««»»r, Felix. 

^"bbert, Christian, residing in Philadelphia, 1827. 

^«bb6, Josiah. 

e^«bley, Adam. 

^"»bley, Colonel. 

"wber, George. 

^•*bb, Isaac. 

"*«l'Iey,B. 

" **bley. Captain. 

^»»be|-, Broahon. 

^•^biier, Frederfck. 

**bley, Adam, Lieutenant ColoneL 
"*>b»By, Joseph. 
^»»bb8, Jofleph. 
^«bley. Bernard. 
"Uck, Henricfc. 
^vidler, Martin. 
^udBon, Jamea. 
Kudaon, William. 



IW ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Hudd, Tbomae. 

HuestoD, William. 

HuS, Jotin, residing In Norttiampton county, 1824, 

Jlulfiier, Ueorge. 

Huffaagle, Ciiptaiii. 

HuOuugle, Uiehael. 

Hugliee, John. 

Hughes, Bichard. ' 

HugliB, Ricliard, (second.) 

Hughes, James. 

Hughca, Petei. 

Hughs, Lieutenant. 

Hughs, John. 

Hughes, Cornelius. 

Hught, Jacob. 

Hughs, Atkinson. 

Hughes, John, Captain. 

Hughes, Humidirey. 

Hugh, Wmiam. 

Huggin, Thomas. 

HuKgiiiB, Dennis, residing in Union county, 1814. 

]Iuglies,WllliHiu. 

Huge, Chi'lstiiiii. 

Hughes, Matthew, 

Hughee, George. 

Hullrl .Illrnl,. 

Hulet, William. 

Hulings, John. 

Hulanhrlgho, Mecbon, 

Hulet, Samuel. 

Hull, John, died in Cumberland county. 

Hull, PliUip. 

Hull, Wakeman. 

Hultry, John. 

Humpton, R., Colonel. 

Humrickltousp, Peter. 

Humph my 8, Jacob. 

Humiilircy Daniel. 

UuniHs, Archibald. 

Htimithreya, Captain. 

Itiimly Jolm. 

Humfrey, William. 

Humpton, Richard. 

Humes, William. 

Humphrey, Jacob. 

Humphrey, John. 



BEVOL0TIONAnY SOLDTEHS. 

Somphries, Daniel. 

Hume, Robert. 

Humphries, Samutl. 

Humplirey; Robert. 

HantnRl, John. 

Hummp], Henry, died in MontKomery county, ISli). 

Humpliriea, Holiert. 

Rnmltery, Andrew. 

UuiDpton, Tlioiaas. 

Hum, Frederick. 

HunptoD, DHDJe]. 

HunlKT, Nicolas. 

HuniWe, Robert. 

■ttuiiipl)rey, Ttiomaa. 

Hmnphreys, -loaepb. 

Hunter, Jumea. 

ifunler, Dnniel. 

H a nt, Tliomas, residing in Cumberland county, 1810. 

Hunt, WilliBra. 

*I «a nt, David. 

Uianler, Colonel. 

^^ « nl, Jacob. 

*i «»ii8berger, Matthew. 

^H^««nter, Josepb. 

H^ vinipr, John, enlisted in 1776 ; killed at Brandywine. 

^Timter, William, t 

Sungaries, GabrleJ. 

^undly, Michael. 

punter. Edward. 

:^«iit, Elijah. 

:^«'>ter, Robert. 

^«Dt, Tliomas. 

:^«ngarie8, Gal. 

:^«nt, Jcaeph. 

:^«nt. Glover. 



"^rtey, Cornelius. 
:^*i>rl«y, JameB. 
:^«rsb, Phillip. 
:^'»rlburt, Jooeph. 
:^* »arXey, John. 
i^^iaaby, Michael. 
:^i v»»ton, WiUiam. 
^^«»ston, Thomas. 

■^^OhUid, Philip. 

^^Uston, Alexander. 

^3;«istoi>t Bobert. 



no Ai:j>aA£ETICAL LIST OF 

nnston, Jobn. 

Huston, William, (second.) 

Husloti, Hugh. 

HuBtou, James. 

HusHon, John. 

Hutson, Josiah. 

Hult«r, Culonel, 

Hiituliiii .Tui.ies. 

HutchiiiHH, 8amuel. 

Hutchinson, John, dnimmer. 

Hutchinson. Creorge. 

Hutton, John, enlisted 1778 ; discharged June 28, 1T88; residing 1 

Perry county in 1810. 
Hyde, John. 
HydltT, MHrtih. 
Hydrlch, Abnini. 
Hydler, Heury. 
Hydler, Rptiue. 
Hydler, MHrtin, (second.) 
llynr Join,. 
nygiu, JHcob. 
Hyler, MichHel. 
Ilytliurd, Michael. 

Ilyroer, John, residing in Philadelphia county, 1825. 
Hymer, Daniel. 
Hyner, Daniel. 
Ilyner, Josepli. 
Hyndsliaw, J&mea. 
Ilyciot, TliuDias. 
Idle, Conmd. 
Idle, Jacob. 
Idle, Barney. 
ItUa, Oeorge. 
Isliiimt-I, Riiliert. 
leniiiiiiet-, John. 

Idiling, William, residing In Beaver county, 182B 
Ilex, Philip. 
I m felt, Joseph. 

Imfelt, Vincent, residing in York county, 1828. 
Impmn, Henry. 
Iniiersoit, Artlmldes. 
Ingraham, Captain E. 
Ingraham, Jared. 
Ingles, Alexander. 
Ingrane, John. 
Ingle, John. 



HEVOLUTIONAEY SOLDIERS. 

logdbart, Jjtcob. 

lagiM. William. 

Ingnrl, Duiiiel. 
ItiftHrt, I'l^ter. 
iDgarl, I'liiljp, 
liisci), Stimiiel. 

loOtlS, WlUlHtD. 

Ionoliowt!r,J ncob. 

IrMck. MicliHet. 

f r-Mclc, Jolin. 

Irv^Iaiid, James. • 

I>-<elHii(l, Thomas. 

Irisb, NittliHiiiel. 

Iron, Jusepli- 

Ironaon, Jolin. residing in Lancaster county, 1826, ■ 

Irvine, Jolin. (lirst.) 

Irvine, Jolin, (second. } 

Irwrine, Cliailw. 

If'Wrln, John. 

Ir^^ine. Joseph. 

Ir-^in, Andrew. 

Ir wm, James. 

^l^wwin, William. 
Irwin, Colond. J 
Ir^iwin, CapUiii. 

Ir^win, Andrew. 

Ir-vwin, Jamea. 

If'^in, Jacob. 

Irwin, Jerrard. 

Ia**ac8on, William. 

•^anoyle. Thomas. 

^*enhauer, Philip. 

'■«»hnrt, Jacob. 
J^eoiiower, Philip. 
J^^nboys, George. 
£*®nict, George. 
^^Wloe, William. 
J *<"loe, Matthew. 
j*^ltw>n, Jeremiah. 
•*«k, Patrick. 
•i^^fcaman, John. 

,**^le»on, Jeremiah. 
Y*^^-, Matthew. 

^**fc, Andrew, residing in Centre county, 1828. 

j*col,, John. 

**ColiB, J&mes, leeldiag in MilBin county, ISZl, 



112 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Jacobe, John. 

Jacub, Jolin, private. 

Jacobs, Davtd. 

Jacobs, Joeepli. 

Jacoby, Plilllp. 

Jacobs, J nil at hail. 

Jacotiy, Micliael. * 

Jackson, Juslma. 

Juckaon. Williani. 

Jagorut, Joseph. 

Jaliorn, Philip. 

James, Thomas. 

James, Joslah. 

JameBon, David 

James, Wllllain. 

Jameson, Francis. 

Jaaiison, William. 

James, Lieutenant. 

James, Owen. 

Jameson, Daniel. 

Jameson, Jotin. 

James, Edward. 

James, ^Vllllam. 

Jamison, Francis, residing in Westmoreland county, IKI7. 

James, Ttiumaa. 

Jamison, Itlclmrd. 

James, Eiius. 

Jameson, ISaiuuel. 

James, (^aptato. 

Jarret, Aaron. 

Jarrett, William. 

Jardin, Thomas. 

Jarrett, Jolm. 

Jarrey, James. 

Jiiiroit, Wiiiiimi. 

Jattey, Lieutenant. 

Jawleson, (ieorge. 

Jayiie, Timothy. 

Jeans, Iletiry. 

J eel, Ileury. 

J«ft, Robert. 

Jeffrey, Robert. 

Jeffries, WiUiara. 

JeffMs, William. 

JetTerson, Justinal 

Jeffi'ies, John. 



HEVULUTIONAUV SOLDIERS. 



lis 



MfTtt, Jolin. 
Jtllvrivti, Jiumtlmii. 
Jnfilrii-s, Itoliett. 
Jtmasoii, CHiiliiln. 
Jeukitis, JtMiali. 
J«>Mns, Joiiali. 

•'wikins, Lir. 
•'snklujts, Curtail). 
•Jenkins, George, Urtplaln. 
•'emiii,g. William. 
^^ntiy, Tliuinas. 
Jotikiiis, Captuiii. 
''ciikiiis, Joiiatbao. 
Jennioa, William. 
^*oiiin(ta, John. 
•Jenkeiis. JuHinh. 
^enniDRs, Edwsrd. 
•f*^n niiigs, Thomas. 
*'^iiniiifO. Jonathan. 
■'^ntiuB, Richard. 
■Je*»i[ins, Israel 
-Terrett, William, 
-'^rrett. David. 
T^rrpy, .Tiimts. 
«*'*lee, Richard. 
•'ot**, Willlum. 
•'obs, Andrew, 
"^ot^nson, Robert. 

"J^otinson, William, residinfc in Montgomery county In 1819, 
^<il»nBon, William, residing in York county, 18:i4. 
^'^JjnBon, Francis. 
^***»n9on, Andrew. 
"£^***»nson, Richard. 
^•^»»nson, .loseph. 
"r.'^l^nson, Tlinmas. ' 
-^''•^^nsrtn, EwkiaL 
~ <>tin9on, John. 

*^t»n3on, Abraham, residing In Bucks count; in 1828, 
"^^■nston, William, enlisted in 1779; wounded at Bmndywine ; re- 
Siding in Chester county, 1812. 
"•^^^l^nston, Captain, 
'''^•-inston. Ensign. 
'*«^>^nBton, F . Colonel 
■^«*»>n»n,Cai.taln. 
^'>V»nson, Fmncfs. 

8-VOL. XIII. 



IM AH UABETICAL LIST OF 

Johnson, Jucob. 

Joliiison, Barney, fifor. 

Johnson, Andrew. 

JoliD, Philip. 

Jolmson, Hubert. 

JoliiiBon, Fergus. 

Jolmston, ThomdA. 

Johnson, Alexander. 

Johnston, AlKxaiidWi 

Johnston, Hubert. 

Jolinwn, David. 

Johnson, George. 

Johnson, Jamea. 

Jolmston, David. 

Jolinson, Henry. 

.Tohnston, Jonatlian. 

Johnston, John. 

Johnston, Daniel. 

Johnston, Itichard. 

Jolmston. Jolin, ^cond Sergeant. 

Johnston, Joseph, residing in Beaver county in Itilft- 

Jdlmston, Kzeklal. 

Jolmston, Hugh, died in Cumberland county, 1826. 

Jolmston, Samuel. 

Johnslop, Patrick. 

Jolinston. 0601*26. 

Jolmston, Peter. 

.Iiiliiiston, Colonel. 

.lolmson, John, Sr. 

Jiiint^i-s, Michael, 

Jolly, John. 

Jolly, Luke, 

.Tones, S. M. 

.Jones, Thomas, Sergeant. 

Jones, Joseph, Captain. 

Jones, James M. 

Jones. William. 

Junes, Crocker. 

Jones, Phineas. 

Jones, George. 

Jones, John. 

Jones, .Tames M. 

Jones, Jamea. 

Jones, Hnniburg. 

Jones, Reese. 

Jones, Peregrine. , 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 

Anps, Evan. 
Junes, Joseph, 
Juusori. William. 
Jo'ivs, Joslioa, 

J'tiifn, liiibert, residing in Cumberland county, 1820 
Jo UPS, Hees. 
JoiifB, Knee. 
I Jotiea, Isiuic. Jr. 
Joiiea, Daniel. 
JotiM, Omrka. 
•I ones, Deitnis. 
Joiits, Isaiuli. 
Jones, Williiwn E. 
Joiilcson, JotiQ. 
Jones, Lewis. 
Joiiea, Pliillp. 
Jones, Joel, 
Jones, Edward. 
Jorrett, Ji>lin. 
Jordtm, Pel«t. 
Jor<I»n, Richard. 

Jortjiin, Jolin, residinft in Chester county, IHIO. 
Jordan, WllliKOn. 
Jordan, Plienlx. 
Jordan, Captain. 
Jordan, Michael. 
Jouson, William. 
Jotiserant, Henry. 
J**y, Gershrtiu, SergeUlk 
Joyce, Micliael. 
"^ •*<*!, Martin, 
•''^nlcin, Joseph. 
''"nkiTis, Josepb. 
■''» Ilk, Donald. 
Jiir^y^ Abraham. 
■''**'3-. Abraham, 
■'«atii«, Edward. 
■"••atiiB, John. 
Jutiticp. John. 
J^atice, Tliomas. 
^•^^tice, Benjamin. 
3*-»atice, Robert. 
K»*iser, Lewis. 
^-^ine, David, kUled in battle. 
K^ive, Bamy. 
'^AWDpton, William. 



lie ALPHABETICAL LIST OP 

Eamalian, 'William. 

Karnes. Jolin. 

Kane, Daniel. 

Keais, David. 

Kane, Patrick. 

KimiHlmii, William. 

Karti, Jolin. . 

Karkor John. 

Kaje, Thomas, 

Kimipy, Jolm. 

KHrah, George. 

Kaaey, Morris. 

K" iay JolKi. (iieil in Berks cotinty, 1826. 

Kanstman, Nicbohut. 

Kaustman, Michael. 

Kautz, Predtiikk. 

Kill) flman, Jacob. 

Kenm,Mictmel. 

Keatnn, John. 

Kearsley, Captain. 

Keahii -lolili. 

Keatley, Cliristopher, reaidinf; in Centre county in 1818, 

Iteaton, Jolm, 

Kearper Samuel. 

Hear, Peter 

Krali-iir -lotni. 

Keasy, Roger. 

Keam, Dennis. 

Keum, Ulinrlea, residliiK in Wasliington county in ISIH. 

Kean, Thomas. 

KeaBy, John, woundwl at Paoli; reaiiling in Ellzalwthtown, Ja 

caster county, in IHIO. 
Keasy, Peter, 

Keaay, James, residing in Diitler county. 1824. 
Keast, Philip. 
Keck, Andrew. 
Keck, Henry. 
Ki^iey John. 
Keen, Lawrence. 
Keeaer, William. 
Keefu, Daniel. 
Ki?c(iots, Caiilaiii. 
Keen, Lawrence. 
Keen, Thomas. 
Keen, William. 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 

KeeJ, Francis. 

Kwlil, Praiicia. 

Keely, Patrick. 

Keep, James. 

Keeper, Valentine. 

Keek, Henry. 

Keer, William. 

Keennedy, Philip. 

Keeler, Georfre. 

Keflle, Muthias. 

K.eggs, John. 

Kei|{lier, George. 

Kepler, John. 

Keithea, Adam. 

Keiser, Samuel. 

Keiu, Joliu. 

Keims, William. 

Keisinger, Philip. 

Keiger. Henry. 

Keif, William. 

Ke-lldgg, Samuel. 

Kelly, Mathew. 

Kelly, Jiimea, 

Keilly, Daniel. 

Kelli), John. 

Kelly. Dennis. 

'^elly, John, residing in Philadelphia county, 1825. 

Kelly, Timothy. 

K«*liy, diaries, disnharged in 17U3, at James Island ; died in Cum- 

t>«rland county in 1818. 
Kelly, William. 
Kelly, David. 
Kelly, Philip. 
Kelcliner, Michael. 
Kelchner, Mathew. 
Kelley, Barney. 
Kelly, Frederick. 
Kelley^ James. 

KelJey, Samuel, residing in Indiana county, 1822. 
Ke]|y_ Timothy. 
Kelhoffer, Frederick. 
Kellinj;, John. 
Kellay, Timothy. ' 

teller, Frederick. 

Kelly, Baniy. 

^elp, John. 



118 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Eelley, Mathew. 

Kelley, Dennis. 

Kelly, Kaustman. 

Kelley, WiUiam. 

Kelley, Mtithew. 

KeUy, Edward. 

Kelley, Thomas. 

Kelley, John. 

Kelly, Hugb. 

KelUtu Michael. 

Kelly Michael. 

Kelliner 'Edwai'd. 

Keller, Geor)^, residing In Pliiladelpliia county, 1S28. 

Keller, George, (second,) residing in Westmoreland county, It 

Keller, Matliew. 

Keller, Frederick. 

Kelley, Andrew. 

Kelley, Matthias. 

Kemp, Captahi. 

Kemper, Jacol). 

Keroeres, Chriatian. 

KciiiiiK'i'fr Fri'd-erick. 

Ke)]i|>,,liiliii. 

KaiiiK'i- 'William. 

Kemp, Joldi Henry. 

Kendall, Jolm, Ser(;e»nt, reeiding In Allegheny county, 18^. 

Kenny Thomas. 

Keiiner, Jaeger. 

Kennedy, Cornriius. 

Kennedy, Sarjuel. 

Kencard,.Tnhn. 

Keiigne, John. 

Kennedy, .lohn. 

Kennedy, Michael. 

Kendel, James. 

Keniierkine, Benjamin. 

Kenny, Samuel. 

Kennedy, Thomas. 

Kendzey, Andy M' 

Kennedy, James. 

Kennedy, William. 

Kennedy, John. 

KutiLJoy, Thoinus. 

Kenna, Stepheu. 

Kenny, Daniel. 

Kent, William. 



UKVOI.UTIONAIIY SOLDIERS. 

KKnMnl, John. 
Ketiiuly, MicliJMil. 

Ketiuedy, C'lit'tuiii- 

Keuui, James. 

Kennidf , Jolin. 

Kennedy, Coinelius. 

Kenniu, St«]ilien. 

Kemndy, Thomas. 

Ivenady, Richard. 

Ketinaii, l^wnace. 

K«?iinedy, Dennis. 

Ivenrudy, Tliomaa. 

Kindle, L'laytoD. 

Kepler, Kilan. 

Kepler, Tubias. 

K*?|iliiiget', Peter. 

KertMiieh, Daiiiel, residing in Montgomery couuty, IS^. 

Kern, Stuffel. 

Keni, Clirislopher. 

KeTUs, Lieutenant Culonel. 

K'errin,Sl#plien. 

Keree, George. 

Kema, tieorge. 

Kernaham, William. 

Kerr, Patrick. 

Kerr. William. 

Kerchner, Adam. 

Kerback, John. 

Kerrigan, John. 

Kern, Henry. 

Keru, Nicholas. 

Kerchnu, AUani. 

^*'»"per, Abraham. 

Kenij^i-^ ValeiitiDe. 

I^^rner, Joseph. 

J^^rition, .lohn. 

Jz'^^'ae, George. 

!^«»^, Daniel. 

J^^rgner, Frederick. 

^»«-Ung, George. 

^««T, Robert. 

^*'*"'", James, residing in Washington county, 1816. 

^^rr, William, residing in Lancaster county, 1812. 

^««-eger, John. 

^««-la, Frederick. 

*^ei-l8, WlUiam. 



lao ALPHABETICAL LIST OP 

Keni, John. 

Kenihaw, Aliraliam. 

Knrterar, tirorfie. 

Kerwln, Steplieii. 

Kesaler. Jolin. 

Kester, Tobias. 

Kettle, George. 

Kerchanan, Willlain. 

Ket«heii, Jamea. 

Ketcimm, John. 

Ketta. Otiarles. 

Kcli, Vjilentirie. 

Ki'llLicr, {ifiirRK. 

Ketrer, Matthlaa. 

Kettle, Josepli. 

Kettle, Geonie. 

Kettle, Oomeliua. 

Kethiiar, Jolin. 

Ketcham, John, (second.) 

KettHT, George. 

Kevler, George. 

Keyler, John. 

KevwTi C'liristian. 

Keysell, Jacob. 

Keyser, Valentine. 

Key more, Matliew. 

Keymer, William. 

Kuyser Juhu 

Key Andrew. 

Keys, i>rlce. 

Keys, Moses, residing in York county la 1810. 

Kibler Joint. 

Kibbei George. 

Kibler Jaeub. 

JCicliliiig, Peter 

Kickey, Robei't. 

Kldale, John. 

Kid well, James. 

Kidd, Peter, residing in Washington county, 1822. 

Kidle, William. 

Kidd, Benjamin. 

Kii'fler Ceor^f, residing in Northampton county in 18J4. 

KiRPr Jiicrib. 

Kiffhler, John, residing In Pliiladelpliia county, 18'J4. 

Killpatrick. Robert. 

Killclirlst, Ensign. 



IIEVOLUTIONAEY SOLDIERS. 121 

Killbutt, Henry, (» Delaware chief.) See House Journal, ISlO-ll, 

Wigore, Captain. 
Kiilgore, David, Captain. 
KiUon, Mieliael. 
Killer, Frederick. 
Killtrger, George. 
Kilbon, Benjaniiii. 
KiUem, William. 
Killiatriclt, Robert, (second.) 
Killpatrick, William. 
Kill Patrick, James. 
Kitxiball, Captain. 
King, Eliiifl. 
Kiiisey, Samuel. 
King, Benjamin. 
Eiiiett, Jacob. 
If indale, Peter. 
Kingaley, AWjali. 
Kinsmore, Thomas. 
Kirtilekine, Benjamin. 
King, Jostyh. 

King, .Insepli, (second,) residing In Crawford, county, 1819, 
Kir»g. Hugti. 
^'*»g. John. 
K^»«icaid, John. 
K^insley, John. 
^>rig, Peter, 
•tinsel, John. 
^1 ri((, John, (second.) 

^ i ng, Robert, residing Jn Lycoming county, 1828. 
'^i^ag, Benjitmin. 
*^*»inard, William. 
'^S »ichaw, Richard, 
^isihan, Daniel, 
•^•■ig. David. 

^* »^g, Francis, died In Berks county, 1838. 
^ » »ikade, John. 
Ki»iaater, John. 
*^> "IB, John, (flrst and second.) 
^»Tig, Christian, residing in Bedford county, 1829, 
i^irig, William.' 

^i«i([, Alexander, Sergeant, residing in Huntingdon county, 1812. 
Kinkliead, John. 
Kiinder, Christian, 
^infaad, Robert. 



122 ALPHABETICAL LI3T OF 

Kill ley, Henry. 

Kiiikaiil, John, military store-keeper at Manor meeting-bo 

Chester county, iu ITTS. 
King, Elins. 
KiiiK, l-'eter. 
Kiuliead, Joseph. 
Kitikude, James. 
Kinkaid, Andrew. 
King, Charles. 
Kincald, Joseph. 
Kinney, Peter. 
Kinns, George. 
KinnHrtt, William. 
King, Klias. 
King, Francis, 
Klntz, Lewis. 
Kinsel, John. 
Kiper, Julm, 
KipliiiKer. 
Kipart, John. 
Kipp, I'eter, !:*ergeant. 
Kirlc, Henry. 
Kirmer, Joliii. 

KirkiMtrick. -lohn, residing in Montgomery county. 1H]8. 
Kirkpatriclt, WiUiiim. 
Kirkpatrick, George. 
Kirk, John. 
Kirk, Isaac. 
KirU, John. 
Kirk, Natlianiel. 

Kirklaiul, John, residing in All^heny county, 1827. 
Kirkstftter, Martin. 
Ki»elx>ck, Ozwutd, 
Kistiikite, Henry. 
Kisselbiick, Oswald. 
Kistler, George. 
Kisler, George. 
Kissinger, Cliarles. 
Kisseiiceders, Martin. 
Kitclien, William. 
Kittle, George. 
Kitts, George. 
Kilner, George. 
KiUinger, Piiilip. 
Kivler, George. 
Kline, Gabriel, 



EEVOLtTTIONAHT SOLDIERS. 



Kline, John. 

Klein, John. 

Kline, Frederick. 

Kline, John. 

Kline, Connid, residing in Jfarjlun* 

Kline, Philip. 

Kline, Nicholas, died in Franklin C' 

Kluker, Christian. 

Klui)^, Henry. 

KunppenlierKer, Heury. 

(iimuas, David. 

Kiiaiie, ThoDina. 

EuH|>p, Josliua. 

Enwdler, William. 

Kiieasfl. C'hriBloptier. 

Kuw, Thomas. 

Kneeliind, Jotiu. 

Kiiiglit, Jamea, reaidin;; in Greene 

Knight, John. 

Knight, Daniel. 

Kuight, William. 

Knipe. Henry, 

Koible, Christopher. 

'foieht, Michael. 

Kuigiit, MacolQi. 

^nlght, John, {second.) 

-Kiiiglit, Howard. 

l^iiouse, Benjamin. 

I^now, Roliert. 

Kiiowles, Daniel. 

Knox, 13arnabas. 

*^iiowland, Miles. 

Knox, Matthew. 

Knowles, Charles. 

Ktiode, Henry, 

Knox, Major UeneraL 

Knowland, John. 

K.t\owle8, John. 

ICnowland, Joseph. 

^Ciiowlea, William. 

XCnailes, William. 

Kjioi, David. 

ICocIt, John. 

Kock, Christopher. 

ICock, Lndwick. 

^Kfockley, Richard. 



19( ALPHABETICAL LIHT OP 

KockftiderT, John. 

Kuck, Matthiiw. 

Kobb, Samuel. 

Konn, William, residing In Mifflin county, 1824. 

KooDG, Francis. 

Koorer, Jacob. 

Kook, Cliristiaa. 

Kooii, Andrew, residing in Mifflin crunty, 1818. 

Koon, UHvid, residing In Daupliin county, ISZl. 

Koon, Matthias. 

Koon, Jacob, residing in Montgomery county, 1810. 

Koon, Micliael. 

Koolien, Henry. 

Koones. Francis. 

Koons, Francis. 

Koplin, JoiiH, died in Cliester county, 1827. 

Kopiwnliover, Jacob. 

Koppes, George. 

Kougli, Ludwick. 

Koor, Peter, residing in Northampton county, 1824. 

Kougli, Adam. 

Kratzer, John. 

Ki'Htzer, Jolin. 

Krauskop, Geon(«. 

Krebb, Melcliior. 

Kreamer, John Adam. 

Kreislier, Simon. 

Kreamer, Clirlstian. 

Krebs, Philip. 

Krewsar, Samuel, residing in Pliiladdphia county, 1( 

Krewsar, Derrick, residing in Pliiladelphia county, 1 

Kroft, Christoplier. 

Krugh, Philip, residing in Berks county, 1813. 

Krum, Peter. 

Kryder, Abraham. 

Krvdcr, Daniel. 

Kulim, William. 

Kuhn, William. 

Kuman, Jobn Adam. 

Kutitz., r.iiwrence, residing in Mifflin county, IS^v 

Kuns, Dewalt. 

Kuman, John Adam. 

Kurtz, Henry. 

Kurtz, John. 

Kurtz. 

Kurtz, ChrlBtlaa. 



BEVOLUTlONAUy SOLDIEUS. 126 

£'uster, Tobias. 

K^ut.2, Peter, residing in Berks county, 1828. 
Kxall, Michael. 
KylM^ James. 
Kv]^9 James. 
Ky&er^ Captain. 
Kyson, Derick. 
K>*siiip:er, Philip. 
La^crkey, Henry. 
I-ac:?ey, John. 
Lsfm.c:key, Thomas. 
L«m.<*key, Robert, 
ins, Dayid. 
•, Melekiah. 

% Leonard, residing in Northampton county, 1820. 
I, William. 
\ William. 
I-a*.^erty, Daniel. 
L*f^f<^aty, Patrick. 
L*4AfT«erty. Patrick. 
L«a«.lTerty, Dennis, 
rty, John. 
>, Joseph, 
.ir^sey, Peter. 
William, 
.i^^ird, William, 
i^oer, Merian. 
rxib, Peter. 
», John. 
,s;^mJoer, Robert, 
•t, George, 
rubard, George, 
miibert, Josepli E. 

), James, 
.mbert, Jabes. 
X.*^>>ncy, Lieutenant Colonel. 
X^-s&i^derkin, Patrick. 
X^stngley, John B. 
X^^andersmith, Jacob. 
X-»a.nciskus, Jacol; 
^-•ancaster, Thomas, Jr. 
^^ncaster, Thomas, Sr. 
:, Captain. 
S Timothy. 
^-*naar, Abram. 
I^ne, John. 



126 ALPHABETICAL LBT OF 

Lane, Peter. 

Lunc-et AbnUiam, 

LanciiNti'i' ,lob. 

Lantwrt. Abrnlmin. 

L.tiii);]itibiick, YiMtt. 

Lane, Albert. 

I^iik, Simon. 

Langley. John. 

Land, Witllam. 

Lantz, Martin. 

Lanson, Henry. 

LaiiiiiK.')' Eilwiird. 

J--iriilfi skill, Conifliiia. 

Lane, Christopher. ^ 

I^ne, Timoth). 

Ijiiit'ks, Aiitliony. 

I,iiiiriii>ii', Sjiiiiiuel. 

Lamer, Edward. 

Larver, Peter. 

Larey, John, 

Lards, Captajn. 

Lanl JhiviJ. 

Ltuktr I.rfwiiard. 

LarkdDN, Jiiuiea. 

Lasson, .lohn. 

Lasher, Peter. 

Latheii, David. 

Liitliiiiore, Thomas. 

Laton, Conrad. 

Lataur Co i mid. 

Lateclof Henry 

Latclui, John 

Latmore, William. 

Lauther, James. 

Lauglilin, Samuel. 

Laughoni, Thomas. 

Laughliii, Dennis. 

l^ughlin, John. 

LauKhlin, Waltnear. 

Laiiman, Philip, residlnft In Dauphin county. 1819 

Lauson, Henry. 

Lauglen, Richard. 

LauKhliii, Peter 

La vers wilier, Jacob, 

Lavira, Ricluirrt. 

Laverlng, Neckbard. 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 
Lavery. Jolm, died June 17, 1B19. 



Ij'wrsiiTO. .Iiiliii. 
Luwiciiw, William. 

'-IWlMIL'P, Jo. 

'■«WMii, John. 
tiiwreiicc, Jnseph. 
^■«Wiwicp, jHines, 
^•awajii, Jiiuioi, 

^Wjer, Peter, 
^ymsii. Ileiiilrick. 
^yraori', TliDiUHS. 
^'*J-man, Henry, 
^yiuan, Andrew, 
^ary, Abnim. 
'•^^i.rner, Robert. 
t-e«ary, Uicbiml. 
I-«?s»ch, JHnies. 
L«;s«ch, Ilczekiab. 
!*«*«« ny, Georne. 
I'^^uiy, DanlaL 
l-e»t1ierman, Michael. 
L«^^ry, Michael, (second.) 
L«?s«rmiiart, George. 
I-^^smry, Cornelius. 
I'^^»«d, James. 
l"^;**!?, Abijah. 
l-^Md, Conrad, 
I-^»>r, John. 
I-^«r(i, James. 
I-^*»rd, Jobn. 
L««;«n, John. 
I-^5»n, Henry. 
I-«SMr, Henry. 
I-^»mr, James. 
L^^ainor, Cliarles. 
I-««Piird, John. 
"L^^rr, Daniel. 
t-eary, Dennis. 
Lear, Jacob. 
L^Hgor, John, 
l*be, Frederick, 
^bo, Henry, residing In Lycoming county In 1817. 



128 alphabetic; AL LIST OP 

Lecliner. George. 

Irfddinslc.il, IVlt-r. 

ieiilif, Williiim 

Ledyiird, .(os»-pli.ar. 

Leddinton, Peter. 

Leech, JameB. 

I..eech, Archilxtld. 

Lee, Fergus. 

I^eecti, John. 

Leebe, Frederick. 

Lee, James. 

Lee, John, residing in Crawford county, 1826. 

l^eech, Robert. 

Lee, Edward. 

Lee, Andrew. 

Lee. 

Leech, William. 

Lee, Francis. 

I.eeper, George. 

Lepner, Jacob. 

Leech, Joseph. 

Lee, Mnjor. 

Leoper, .lohn, 

Lefler, Ileiidrick. 

Leffler, Ileiiiy 

Legouier Jiiliti. 

Legins, James. 

Lehner, Adam. 

Lehuig, George. 

Lehnicif, George. 

Lehry lliiiiv. 

Lehman, Wiiliiim. 

Lehman, Antliotiy. 

Lcisticr Williuii. 

Leidy, Yalenline. 

Leipa, John. 

Jieibe, Frederick. 

Leiders, Henry. 

Leigh ton, Alex. 

Leidy, Christian. 

Leiaiid, Patrick. 

Lemon, Samnel. 

Lemon, John, enlisted 1776; discharged 1781; residing ii 

county, 1820. 
Lemon, Henry. 
Leman, Henry. 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. ]2» 

Lemon, Audrey. 

Leroon, William, residing in Lycoming coanty, 1826. 
Leii<ienmalt, MicUael. 
Lentz, Michael. 
L&ogia^f Daniel. 
Lenox, Michael. 
Lenox y David. 
L&noxy George. 
Lennox, David. 
Lentz, Daniel. 
Le n t s , Christopher. 
Iena.rd, Michael. 
Lenard, Richard. 
L^€>J3^ Casper. 
L€M3nanl, Thomas. 
I^^^onard, John. 
Leonard, Frederick. 
I.,c?c>nard, Roger, 
ard, Michael, 
iiard, Philip. 
L.^0, William. 
^ Edmon. 
>iiHrd, Samuel, enlisted October 10, 1776; discharged 1781; re- 
iclinf? in Mifflin county, 1810. 
nard, Silas, 
lard, Rod^r. 
L^ixwle, Joseph. 
>ner, Jacob. 
, (Ensign.) 
l--erch, Anthony. 
X-.e Hoy, George. 
I-esley, Samuel, ColoneL 
JLesley, James. 
Lesh , Philip. 
Leslier, Peter. * 

^L.^aher, George, residing in Philadelphia county, 1828. 
Leasley, Christian. 

Lesley, Samuel, died in Lancaster county in 1823 
Lesley, John. 
Lesu re, Joseph . 
Letterman, Michael. 
levers, Robert. 
Levers, Colonel. 
Levering, Jeremiah. 
I^evering, John. 
I-eveers, Ensign. 

9 -Vol. XIIL 



180 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Lever, Adam, residing in Washington county, 162& 

Lever, WilliHm. 

Lever, James. 

Leveri'ii .!i>liri. 

LevhiiiHtoii , DHVid. 

LovliifiBloii, Jack. 

Levy, NattiHO. 

Levi, Abniliiim. 

Lewis, Emiiriiiei. 

Lewis, l>r)ck. 

Lewis, Daniel. 

Lewis, Pliillp. 

Lewiii, William. 

Lewis, Isaac. 

[.ewis, Jose|)h, Sr. 

I^wis, Josiali, residinR in Luzerne county, 1828. 
Lewis, David. 

[^wis, Henry, 

,ewi8, Ji>se|)li, Jr. 

[^wls, llnsii. 

lewis, Stephen. 

l^ewia, .John, Sergeant. 

>ewi8, Bizley. 
L«wis, Samm-1, woiintied at Germantown ; rrsMinff In Gre^iifleld 

townshi]!, Bedford county, in 1H07. 
Lewis, .Jehu, enlisted June 7, 1777 ; discharged Noveinber 1, 1778, 

unlit fi>r service; residiug iu Duupliin county in 1818. 
LewiR, Thomas. 
J.ewis, James. 
Lewis, Jaciil). 
I^wis, III' 1 1 jam in. 
Lewis, I>-wis. 
I^twis, Climlea. 
I^yde, Valentine. 
Lickentou.S, 
Lickinier, B. 
Litikry Tliomas. 
Lidey, Valentine. 
Jjidgard, Josepli. 
Lidiiniore, Michael. 
Liddiii ton. Peter. 
LtgRins, William. 
LigKPtt, Alexander. 
LigKett, Thomas. 

Liggett, Boliert, residing in Franlilin county, 1829 
Liggcrrolt, James. 



RErOLTJTIONART SOLDIERS 

Lighter, Peter. 

Liehton. Alexander. 

Liflwt,Jolin. 

Liglitiaer, George. 

Lffii^rBoll, James. 

Likpf. Tbomas. 

Likwa, Qeut^e, 

LiDt-r, Hugh. 

Lilly, Jolin. 

Liufliack, .Inseph. 

Limroeiisliert, William. 

Limb, Patrick. 

Und, John, residing iaXoithamptoii county, ISH*^. 

Linn, Robert. 

Linf, Seronis, 

Linliard, Frederick. 

LiDk, Simon, residing in Berlia county iu 1820 

Lioiiard, William. 

Lincli, David. 

Linton, Joseph. 

LlDdKy, David, died lass, ia Warren couaty. 

Llndajr, Joaiiua. 

Ijotrage, Samuel. 

Llndsey, llaipli. 

I.indsey, Jolin. 

Liiidsiy, William. 

ling, Pliilip. 

Llnch, Patrick. 

Linn, John. 

Lindspy, Mungo. 

Liuey, Arctiibald. 

IJndBj, Mungo. 

Lindenamiiii, Jacob, 

Linon, Robert. 

Liiidsey, Aruhibald. 

Linnill, Isaac. 

I-inderljertter, John. 

Llnu, Christian. 

Lion, Dewalt, residing In Korthnmberland county, 1828, 

Uniiy, John, 8r. 

Llndiy, John, Jr. 

LiDkwsniitb, Jacob. 

Undier, Thomas. 

Unli, Frederick. 

Ltnch, Peter. 

LintoD, Wrniam. 



UK ALPHABETIUAL LIST Of 

Linde, Jacob, residing tii LKiicaater county iii IB19. 

LInderman, Fredeiick. 

Linton, David. 

I.lnn, William. 

Linch, Jobn. 

Lindersmlth, George. 

Linkamone, John. 

Lion, George. 

Lion.Winiatn. 

Liomtd, Patrick. 

Liozvey, Vincent. 

Iiiphey, Ilenry. 

Lippert, Einnnuw, 

Li|>3cumb, .Tumcs. 

Lisbon, Daniel. 
Dster, Jamefl M. 
Lister, Bobert. 
LiBk, Patrick. 
List, I^wfa. 
LislP.Gpnrite- 
Lisenxr Wijlinm. 
Lisk. Peter 

Litzetibaucli, NatbanleL 
Little, James. 
Little, Thomas. 
Little, Matliiaa. 
Litcliard, Joeeph. 
Littel, William. 
Little, Andrew. 
Litliart, Joeepb. 
Littles, John. 
Little, Andrew, (second.) 
Little, Nicholas. 
Little, Robert. 
Little, Thomas. 
LJlfmd, Itoli..rt. 
Livenberg, Frederick, 
Livingston, James. 
LivlngBton,Captatn. 
Livingston, LieutenanL 
Livingston, John. 
Liviston Diivid. 
XJoyd, John. 
Uoyd, Adam. 
Uoyd, John, (second.) 




EBVOLUTIOSARV SOLDIERS 

Dojil, Peter. 

l.loyil, Tbonias. 

I^rfTasAi-, Cl)ri9t<)pher. 

Loasar, Christian. 

I^obb, Uatl)ii4>s. 

X.ockh«rt, John. 

I.<ockhKrt, Alpsiinder. 

I..>ockbart, Duvid. 

Xxtckroy, Michael. 

Lock, George. 

Locke, William, rraiding in Mercer county Wi 1834. 

Lochard, AHroii. 

Lnckh&rt, Bnaiael, retitiiog in Lanciister coanty, IHZT, 

3-ockey, Tliomaa. 

Lockurt, John. 

Lockery, Michael. 

Lodge, Betijaniin. 

Lodge, Jonathan, died iu Columbia county, 18S8> 

Lodge, William. 

lA>dge, Juhn. 

Loitan, David. 

Logsn, MichoeL 

Logan, Hugh. "^ 

Logan, Wniiam. 

I^gan.Tlioinafl. 

Logan, Samuel. 

X'Omivx, Charles. 

Long. John, resid(R!j; In FfrttwteliriiM In IffiA; 

LtMiey, Thomas. 

Long, James, residing in Crawfonl county, 1627. 

London, Stephen. 

Long, Andrew. 

Long, Benjamin. 

Long, Philip. 

Lc^me, Hugh, residing In Camtvia county, 1818, 

Liomciecus, Jacob. 

[xMiR, Andrew, Captain. 

Lose, Leonard. 

Lone, William. 

I^Mig, William. 

Long, Jacob. 

^ngcoop. 

I«nbei«er, Ckrist. 

l*ng, Peter. 

l^ngi Joseph, Sergeant. 



184 ALPHABETICAL LIST Of 

Long, Joseph. 

LoiiB)sl,I>iiiik'l. 

IjonRatreet, Bartholomew. 

Look, David. 

Ldsey J ease. 

Luotnai), Andrew. 

Look, AbraliHin. 

LureulK, Wf Fidel, died in Norttinmberland county. 1821. 

Look, WUlinm. 

LoreiiU, Joseph, Sergeant. 

Loser, Peter. 

Luper, Abraham, Sergeant. 

Lott, Philip. 

Lott, Nicliolas, wounded In tlie service; residinfcin Beadin 

Lott, Samuel. 

Lott, Ricliard, residing in Bucks county, 181S. 

IiOiiiig, Jolin. 

Lntt Jvu^ih, residing in Lancaster county in 181&. 

Loughridge William. 

Look, Si.muel. 

Lourey, John. 

Lou man, Philip. 

Lougltridge, William. 

Lovegrove, William. 

Love, Henry, died in 1824, in Luzerne county. 

Love, Jacob. 

I^ively John. 

Love, Itobert. 

Louther, Kobert, residing io Chester county, 1810. 

Lowrey, William. 

Lowrey, John. 

Lowry, Benjamin. 

Lowry, Alexander. 

Low Oaptain. 

Lowrev Mn. 

Lijw Tlioina.1. 

Lowrey Oolonel. 

Low Wlliam, 

Lowry, Thomas. 

Lowry, John. 

L(>we,"Willi!im. 

Ijower, Michael. 

Lnwrey Patiick. 

Loy Michael from Franklin county; hilled at Long lalai 

gust 27 7T6. 
Loyd, Daniel. 



BEVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. ISS 

JjoyA, John. 

LuCMSi'^*"'1'|^'>^<''>^'' l'^''^' tttken at Fort Washington: resldlog 

in Indiiuis county, \<i\\. 
Luca»i George, Sergeant. 
Hic»»> Rwliard. 
Liicliy. Jamea. 
Lutlo ■**'''''• Pliilip. 
Lad*vick, Anthunf. 
LuU«*^*8'Co"™d. 
LudirlE, Conrad. 
Liidom. TIjoaiHB. 
Ludwick, Samitel. 
Luderick, John M. 
Luft, OeofKe. 
LuKonan, Barret. 
Lukens, Isaac. 
L'jkens, Robert. 
Lukeus, Thomas. 
Lukeiis, Peler. 
Lukeiis, Nathan. 
Lutens, Daniel. 
Lukeiis, Job. 
Lukens, Jonathan. 
Ukeiia, D;ivid. 
Lukens, Seneca. 
Lukens, Joseph. 
Lutey, Seth. 
Lumley,WiUiam. 
Lunl, C'iiptain. 
Imirieii 1 ■iMcob. 
Lush, William. 
LmkbiiiiKli, Henry. 
Usk. Williiira. 
Luik, Patrick. 
Luak, Oil plain, 
Lnti. Henry. 
Lull, Caspar. 
Lutts, John. 
Luts, John. 
Luther, Theophilus. 
Lutes, John. 
Ljddy, Valentine. 
Ljdie, Christian. 
Lydf. Vnlenty. 
Lteard, James. 
LjkiJohD, Bev. 



UC ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Ljbe, Henrj. 

Lymud, Hr., B«t. 

Lf miui, Junea. 

Lym, Oeoige. 

LjDii, John, residing In Janiata county, ISIS. 

Lyncb, Andrew. 

Lyttle, William, rceiding in UuntinKdon county, V 

Lynch, MlcliaH. 

Lynlmrl, I'litlip. 

Lynch, Wi Ilium. 

Lynn Robert. 

Lynch, Patrick. 

Lynam, Andrew. 

Lynn, John. 

Lynam, John. 

Lyons, Samuel. 

Lyon, Andrew. 

Lyon, William. 

Lyon, Jedediah, Corpora], 

Lyons, Alexander. 

Lyons, John. 

Lyons, William. 

Lyon, Robert. 

Lyon, Stephen. 

Lyon , Moses. 

Lyon, Arcliibald. 

Lyons, Joseph. 

Lyons, Jacob. 

Lyons, Edward. 

Lyst«r, Robert. 

Lytle, Andrew. 

Lytle, John. 

Lytles, Robert. 

Lytle, Thomas. 

Maag, Henry. 

Mncklln, John. 

Mackey, WillJHm. 

Haclay, Samuel. 

Mack George, 

Mackey, Lieutenant. 

Miiciib, Jolm. 

MacoiiiMimic. Willtam. 

Mace, Paul. 

Hack, Gndlieb. 

Mackey .Tliomaa. 

Mitckey, John. 



BEVOLtrriONARY BOLDIEBS. 1»T 

JtfiMlelra, Stmon. 

Afadrint, Samuel. 

Mudeira, Nicliolaa. 

M^en, John. 

Madden, Joseph, died 1823, In Uciluiubia county. 

Madden, Michuel. 

Maddock. Jacob. 

Maes, Jacob. 

Maffot, William. 

Magaw, Crtlpnei. 

MaftiU, James, residing in MilTliii county, 1S14. 

Magro, Joliii Baptist. 

Magraw, Patrick. 

MaRray, Edward. 

Magowin, John, 

M ago win, James. 

Magrah, Thomas. 

Magraw, Robert. 

Magaw, Robert. 

Magraw, Jolin. 

Maguire, MattheW. 

Mag her, A u drew. 

Mags, Williiim. 

Magraw, John B. 

Magee, Ili.bert. 

Ma^Ece, James, died in Yenango county, 1S23. 

Maf5»w, John. 

Ma^ennis, James. 

Magee, John. 

Malioney, ThomKs. 

Mahoney, Florence. 

Ma honey, John. 

^aholtn, Peter. 

**a.Hon, Edward. 

- I&honey, Jamea. 

**alion, Michael. 

^Alion, J(^n, wounded inKctfon ; testdfogin Westmoreland count; 

in 1824. 
^airs, Richard. 
M5*itirold, Peter. 
^a-iu, Joseph. 
5*'*3*)r,Jame8. 
^aScr, Captain. 
^*a.l«, Benjamin. 
**^wlone, Patrick. 

**a.llon, JoliD. 



188 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Million, Samuel. 

Malserd, JameB. 

Mailick, William. 

Malabey, William. 

MHiing, Micliael. 

Mulseed, Samuel. 

Mai pie, James. 

Malune, Jolin. 

Maloney, John. 

Malone, William. 

Ualcolm, John. 

Maloney, Timotliy. 

Uann, John. 

Uaii, Nicbfilaa. 

Manning, I^wrence. 

Manfleld, George. 

Uaiilove, William. 

Maney. William. 

Manning, Cai>taln. ' 

Muni1eld,Benjamiii. 

MiUiaon, John, died in Washington county in 1828. 

Manatetter MicJiael. 

Mun Samuel. 

MaiLiiii .lolm 

Manlaby, Morria. 

Mann, Andrew. 

Mans. Daniel. 

Manning, CliTtstian. 

Mansliall, John. 

Man, JoIjii, Captain. 

Mansfield, James. 

Manning, Samuel. 

Mandeveltfl, I'liilip. 

Muiideioiell, John. 

Manning, Pierce. 

Man, Jolin. 

Mantz, Niciinlas, died In North umbecland county, anU H 

Sljiiiin-f. 1,1, John. 

MiLi)es William. 

Marpole, David. 

Miirtht, Jacob. 

Marshall, John. 

Marsli, John. 

Mai-sliall, David. 

Mareliall, Micliael. 

Martin, Jacot), residing in PhilHdel)>hia county, 1828. 



BEVOLVTIONARy JiOLDIERS. 



ftfArtiOt Tames. 
UMr»>'' Tliomas, 
Miir^^^T Benjamin. 
U»i~>^^»i<li Jolin. 
Uuraintr, Deiinla. 
M»i-lc, John. 
MH.i-t.in, Alexander. 
Mafci titi, Rubert. 
M:^rt.in, Nuah. 
Murch, Fi-ederick. 
Murtin, Edward. 
U»x-tin. Arthur. 
UHrtIn, Samuel. 
Unrtin, Lieutenant. 
Uai-key, Captain. 
Martin, Henry. 
Marshall, Captain. 
Martin, William. 
Maroiiey, James. 
Marsliiill, Kichiinl. 
Martiij, Joseph. 
Martin, Jolm. 
Mitrcellen, Antoiune De, 
Mars, Aliani. 
Maralmll, Henry. 
Mars, William. 
M«rs, George. 
Marcey, Uuer. 
^Tarahall, Thomaa. 
Marmiiii, George. 
^^*«.rr. Captain. 
Marpole, John. 
^Xarpole, David, Captain. 
Glares, George. 
^ares, William. 
^5«rtin, Aaron. 
Marzl, Lieutenant. 
Martin. Hugli. 
Marshall, James. Captain. 
^larRrantorn , Adam. 
**arlland, JoJin. 
^arslial, John. 
**arkloff. Philip. 
Martin. Dberliard. 

Martnane, George. , 

Martin, Paul. 



REVOLUTIUNARV SULDIERS, 141 

, Fet«r, died in Westmoreland 

^^a«"Ke, John. 

Mai-siiiiU. Robert. 

Maroli, Charles. 

March, Henty. 

Maa-ker, Andrew; Senteant 

MaiTie, John. 

Mason, Wdlwm, 

Mason, Ricliard. 

Maswry, SUplien. 

Mas wry, John, 

Maatflller, Ilicholns. 

^arateler, Nicholas. 

^ase, Jacob. 

^aasey, Akxauder. 

^laaon, Charles. 

^ashnell, Lawrenca. 

^iHBsy, John. 

3Masser, Francis. 

^ast, Josfph. 

ilasson, William. 

3llaaoD, John. 

llHStera, Clement. 

lliittliew. Francis. 

llMatthew, Richard. 

Hattack, Timothy. 

Hatthews, William. 

Matthews, Frederick, residioK In Berks county, 1629. 
Matthews, Joseph. 
MalheBon, Robert. 
Haltingly, Albao. , 
Mathers, Isaac. 
Matthew, Jacob. 
Matson, Captain. 
Mats, Clement. 
Mathewaon. Alexander. 
Matthias, John. 
Matthls, James. 
Matthews, Samuel. 
MatthewB, Akxander. 
Matthews, Robert. 
Hatthewson, Eliaha, enlisted September 19, me.; diwhorged June 

7, 1788. 
Hatch, John. 
HaiilMn, WUlian. 
Hangh, Henry. 



142 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

MhuI, George. 
Miiurk-H, NicliolHB. 
M>trii;lc, Jtiuub. 
M»xA>'t<l,.lolin. 
Miix.OHirne. 
Maxwell, James, (first.) 
Maxwell, James, (second.) 
Maxwell, James, (Uilrd.) 

MHxwfll, Itobert, residmR in Huntinfidon count;, 1824. 
Maxwell, Henry, realding in Huntiugdon county, IH24. 
Mny berry. Thomas. 
May, William. 
May, Inrael. 
Mayer, Jacob. 
Mayer, I'eler. 
Maya, William. 
May, Jacob. 
May, I'eter. 
Maybiii, David. 
Mayer, Jacob. 
Mayf r, Jolin. 
Mayer, Julin, (second.) 
Mayer, Diiiiiel. 
Mayer, Adam. 
May bury, Tbomas. 
Mayer, I'll Hip. 
Mayer, I'eler. 
McAlieary, Tliomas. 
McAfe«, Julni. 
McAfee, James. 
McAuly, Charles. 
McAfee, Neal. 

McAlieiiy, Patrick, died In LycominK county, 182S. 
McAllister, Archibald. 
MeAlliHter, Archibald, (second.) 
McAllister. Abdiel. 
McAlwy, Patrick. 
McAdiiniH, Itobert. 
McAllister, John. 
McAnor, Tlinmas. 
Multride, TliomHs. 
McDrldf, Andrew. 
M('])ridt\ Alexander. 
Mcllride, Diiiiiel. 

McUride, Jiihn, wounded and taken prisoner at Fort Washington 
residing iu Uauiihiu county, 18UT. 



BEVOLUTIONARV SOLDIERS. 

Mclfatli, .lamfs. 

jMcUrixr, J<iilli:iiikl, n-siiliiigin Westmoreland ounnt 
3*cBrowu. Ilemy. 
-McBi-iiJe, Pfler. 
-Me Bride, Jnuies. 
3Mo<,ltllui>d, D. 
^'■Moflenti, Joseph. 
»l*TClelliiri.l,.Ioliii. 
McCoy, Muttliew. 
MceWiaiiil, niiBli. 
Met.'lure, Jumps. 
McClurf. JdIih. 
McCdiit, DiiiiiH. 
McCiirtney. Hubert. 
McCariney, Henry. 
UcCoiiiiel. Roliei't. 
McCnrly. Diiniel. 
McCarly, Jolm. 
McOar, John. 
UcCNllister, William. 
Mct'oiinel, John. 
MtCully. George. 
McCiirdy, WUliam. 
Uc Curdy, Alexuader. 
I MrClfllen, John. 

SrcCiillptn, John. ♦ 

' ^isCallucU, lioger. ■.. i i 

UcCarty, Owen. 
McCHftey, Tatrick. 
ileCiij, John. 
McConI, Alexander. 
UcCurtney, John, ijergeant. 
UcClenahan, Tliomaa. 
McClelland, WilliHm. 
McCklUnd, Patiick. 
McCalmont, Bobert. 
McChII, Archibald. 
McCarty, WllWain. 
McCoy. Peter. 
McCallam, James. 
VcConnel, Matthew. 
McCoiinel, John. 
McClane, ThorasB. 
McClennand, John. 
I l^ullougli. Lieutenant James, enlisted as a privnte In Cheater 
I MUDty; died in service. 



1U ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

lUcCuUou^h, John. 

McCuriiy liobert. 

McCartney, James. 

McCracktii, Bobert. 

McC'yy Daniel, 

McUarLy, Jesse. 

McConnel, Cornelius. 

MeCobb, James, residing in Lancaster county, 1608. 

McCarey, Jolin. 

McCurdy, Jeremiah. 

Mc(.'leai],,I:u- 

McCBBlin, I'tttrick. 

AfcCarlin, Patrick. 

McCord, Hark. 

McOrlmon, Jolin. 

UcConnel, Charles. 

McCord, Thomas. 

McClean, Arcliibald. 

McCulloii)fh, Jamca. 

McCully, George. 

McCormick Adjutant. 

McC'nnTmmy, William. 

McComb, Lieutenant. 

McCaige, Brian. 

McCaine, Gforge. 

McCowen, Alexander. 

McCoomas, John. 

McClintick, Lieutenant. 

AlcUomb, Theodore. 

McCurdy, Alexander. 

McCrank, Kdward. 

McCIemons, Captain. 

McCormick, Henry. 

McOay Dim! el. 

McCord, Williiim. 

McCallister 

McClellaiKi. 

McClain Ciijitain. 

McClellen, John. 

McCleun, Captain. 

McClellan, Joseph. 

McClean, Moses. 

McCamant, Isaac, residing In Mercer connty. \SU. 

McCallester, Archibald. 

McCnrry, William. 

McClelland, Samuel. 



• 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 146 



AfcCIintock, Alexander. 
McCkuu, Moses. 
McCay, Michael. 
McCay, Thomas. 
McCauley, Edward. 
AfcCoisbs, Allen. 
McCay, Daniel. 
AfcCaiin, James. 
McConib, Thomas. 
AfcCrack, Artliur. 
Af cCoy, Malcolm. 
]lIcC«>3, Micliael. 
MeCannoii, James. 
AfcClaskey, James. 
AfcC'alley, Andrew. 
AieCloud, Daniel. 
M^cConnel, Robert. 
AlcCi-aig, Edward. 
AloCurry, John. 
McClenegan, Ilngh. 
McC'ormick, Charles. 
^JoCJonohiR, "William. 
MirCJlean, Hugh. 
MoOonnel, Thomas. 
^leCJlintock, Robert. 
^IcCJullough, Joseph. 
^IcCJlure, Samutl. 
^tl c CJlaygan , Ja mes. 
oCJlelhiud, Harry. 
cCJormick, James. 
^JcCJowen, Jolin. 
^loColra, Jolin. 
^lo Combs, Thomas. 
M^ciClister, James. 
MoCami, James. 
McC:iain, Gcorffe or John* 
ld.cCrackii)g, Arthur. 
M:c€erty, William. 
^McCaael, Archilmld. 
^ft^eCullough, Joseph. 
IftcCoUister, Archibald. 
McCobb, John. 
McClanclian, Charles. 
McCalpene, Thomas. 
McCracken, William. 
McCoUister, John. 
10-VoL. XIIL 



i*b ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

McCrogan, Willimu. 

McCoiiuell, Mtittbew. 

McUlain, Tliomns. 

McClelland, Hugli. 

McCrumin, W. 

MuCoy, Joiiii. 

WcOrory, Snmuel. 

McCord, William. 

McCliiri?, Snmiiel. 

McClelluiid, Henry, 

McConnlc, Charles. 

JlrCiiljl), J..I111. 

!McCli>iiKliim, .TameH. 

McCormlck, James, (tiecoiid.) 

McColeBton, Cliarles. 

McColm, John. 

McCiiin, Daniel. 

MtrCan, Jacob, 

McCall, A Mil lew, 

McClnin KiikIi 

McCnrniHL'k CliHile^. 

MfCoy Danid. 

McClaIn, ,Ii)Ini, resiillug iii Fayette counly, 1824 

McCliiiii, Thoiniis, 

MuCh-lland, Iluf;!). 

McCielliiiid, James, rosiUing in Wasliiiigton county, 1826. 

McOowing, William, 

McOalister, Samuel. 

HcUord Suriinel, 

McClierry Peter 

McCriiy Jjimps, 

McOaitdliiss, Harry. 

McCttffev NVal 

MrOiileater, Spigeant. 

McCowen, C. 

McConnel, Robert, 

McCally, Tliomas, 

.McComb, Williiim, 

McCnslin, James. 

McCaltitiK,f!;Kimiel, 

McCoid, Hlohard. 

McOmo WilHam. 

MuCnliater, Jolm. 

McCoy, Charles. 

McCnnh, John. 

McCune, James, residing In Northumberland county, 1828, 



BEVOLDTIONAHY SOLDIERS. 



UcCteao, 1 
McCartney, William. 
HeUv, Uaiiiel. 
McCormick, TTinii 
UvCord, Alexander. 
McChIIh, EiiaigQ. 
UcCullit. Drniiel, Rev. 
UcCIaskf'y, Samuel A. 
McC'aakey, Willlaiu. 
UcCIintock. James. 
McCalla, ThoihM. 
JfcOartj, William. 
UcCoiielly, Edward. 
If cCombs, AUeu. 
tfcCleHatid, Joseph. 
WcCord, Robert. 
WcCarty, Timothy. 
A* oCiiy, Daniel. 
'Vf oOMrty, Jestin. 

^'^"tJrttiery. Jnmes, died in Dauphin county, 1826. 
"'cOsy, .Tamea. 
McOorom, Daniel. 
McC-orom. Patrick. 
McCJPigan, Hu;;h. 
**o<-Jnttrick, John, 
^I cCJlure, Jonathan. 
itc<Joud, Anfcus. 
^IcCJIauKlillii, Isaac. 
»*cCorrolck. W. 
^IcCJlean, CliarlPS. 
MoOllitiis, Captam. 
SAcOeplior, Christian. 
:&i:cCiilIf, Captain. 
^CcCulhon, Francis, 
ftif cC'laln. Alexander. 
%il cCrI lister, John. 
&f uClinnans, Captain. 
^cCloskey, MichaeL 
M.cCr.rty, William. 
McClane, Jacob. 
McCIean, John. 
McCullouKh, Robert. 
McClene, Samuel. 
McCullough, Roger. 
McCallETter. William. 
i McCoQuel, John. 



M8 ALPHABETICAL I.tST OP 

McCowen, James. 

McCowHii, Jolin, residing in York count]', 18W. 

McCarrtigee, Jamea. 

HcOonnel, Matthew, Captain. 

McCombs, Joliii. 

McOook, Tbeo|iliiliis. 

McCork, Mark, residing in Wastiington county, 1620. 

McCord, Ricliard. 

McCort, William, residing in Sclmylkill county, 1^9. 

McOartj, Felix. 

Mtfiitiiifl, John. 

McL'ai'iiKliitKi James. 

licCo..k, Tliomafl. 

McCalaster, David. 

McCalister, Jolin, residing in Montgomery county, 1832. 

McUord Jos I all. 

McConnell, Willism. 

McUormick, William. 

McCartney, Henry. 

McCreedy, James. 

McConnel, Co melius. 

UcCu.ili Jol I) 

lltClellaii, Jului. 

McCaaa, Jolm. 

McCartney, John. 

McCleary, William. 

McCreary, .lames. 

McCreary, John, wounded In action ; died in Mercer county 

McCrea, George. 

McCarrell, Juhn. 

McCanon, Jolm. 

Mt^L'iibe, Heiny 

McCowen tilwai-d. 

MtCraw, George. 

McCray, James. 

McCord, Mark. 

McCartney, Daniel. 

McCfirty Daniel, 

McCormick, John. 

McCala Daniel 

McCowcn William. 

UcOuIlougli John. 

McCarter, John. 

McCowen, John. 



eEvolotionabv soldiers. 1« 

HeCowen, Hugh. 

HcOonnell, Robert. 

UcCall, Julin. 

MeChriflty, Edward. 

UcDtndlea, B&inat. I 

McCoy, John. 

UcCauley, Joseph. 

HcCalling, Samuel. 

UcClaskey, Arthur. 

McOowen, Archibald. 

HcCrosen, Patrick. 

McCnrtly, Michael. 

HcCord, Thomaa. 

UcCmdy, Alexaoder, residing in Beaver county, 1814. 

HeCullou^, James. 

UcCullough, David, residing in Lniicaster county, 1828. 

UcCasland, Hark, 

UcUonnell, Robert, (second.) 

McCoy, Daniel. 

McCloud, FerguBDu. 

**cCtMken, Samuel, twice wounded ; resided in Lancaster coanty, 

1«U. 
^'oOraclien, James, enlisted 1777; discliarged 1781. 
***-"Oracl(eD, John, enlisted 1777 ; discliari^ 1781. 
**cCouil», William, residing in Bedford county, 1819. 
**ct:re8, Gillwrt. 
^JcCTiirtney, Dennis. 

^IcCJoy, Daniel, residing in Indiana county, 182^. 
^IcC'oy, James. 

^IcCJoy, Charles, residing in I'crry county, 1825. 
^Ic Craig, Robert. 

McCoy, Alexander, residing in Ohio, IHin. 
McConnick, Thomas. 
i*t;Caiidless, George. 
^IcCray, James. 
^luCleUan, William. 
McClane, Joseph, 
itcClenalian, Robert. 
McCherry, Peter. 
Ucdiuie, Captain James. 
McCAtA, Samuel. 

McCoy, Neal, died in Nortliumberland county, ante 1819^ 
McDowell, W. 
McDougal, William. 
McDonaW, Edward. 
McDoweU, John. 



160 ALPHABETICAL LIST UF 

McDowall, William. 

UcDotiald, Jolin. 

HcDermot, Ftitrick. 

UcDell, Matthew, eiillBted 17T6 ; Ukeii prisooer and died 

York. 
HcDonnald, ^ohn. 
lie Don did. Charles. 
McDonald, Godfrey. 
McDowell, Hobert. 

McDowell, James, residtDg in Westmorelaud county, lOiT 
McDerrmott.John. 
McDaniel, Culbert. 
McDonald, William. 
McDonald, Malcolm. 
McDonald, James. 
MfDoUl Jo.sei(!i 
McDonnell Jolin, (second.) 
ML^Donnal, Jobti. 
McDaniel, John 
McDonald, Doniild. 
McDonnell, Willinra. 
McDowell, Alexander. 
McDotiell, Robert. 
McDonell, Samuel. 

McDonell, Jlenjamin, lesidiDg Id Chester county, 1818. 
McDermot, Jolni. 
McDonald, Kiindel. 
McDowell, GenrRe. 
McDonald, Joseph. 
McDonald, Jolin William. 
McDowell, Tliomas. 
McDowell, Andrew. 
McDougell, William. 
McDonald, Francis. 
McDonald, William. 

McDonald. Alexander, died of wounda received in the serv 
McDonald, Bryan. 
McDonald, John. 
McDonald, Charles. 
McDaniel, Edward. 
McDaniel, Charles. 
McDaniel, Godfrey. 
McDaisnionU, John. 
McDonald, Archit^ald. 
McDonah, John. 
HcDoDHld, Tlieophilna, residing In Mercer connty, 1826. 



BETOLTJTIONATir SOLDIERS. 151 

MfiDonnal, ChriBtian. 

McEllwtton, Williiiiii. 

UcEltmy, JoIjii. 

McElVMlii. William. 

McElrny, JntDes. reaidiug in Htintingdon county, lesS. 

McElroy, Duniel. 

McElroy, Charles- 

McElvey, John. 

McBlraino, William. 

McEoweii, Jolin. 

McEIhose, Isuac. 

McEiitire, Tliomaa. 

McElroy, James. 

MeEhultz, Seal. 

McEruiie, John, 

McElrane, James. 

McElroy, Adam. 

UcElwain. James. 

McEroy, Jolin. 

McElhose, William. 

McElsej-, Jiinies. 

MeKlsey, Adam. 

McEliiay, John. 

McEIhaney, Jam«B. 

McEllhouse, William. 

McEmery, Jolm. 

McEIhose, Isaac. 

Me El veil, James. 

McElroy, William. 

^cParland, James. 

^<^Pa1l, Thomas, (second,) wounded four times at Fort Washington. 

WcFarlane, James. 

**cParlan, William. 

**cFarland. Walter. 

^■^Parland, Samuel, died in Cumberland county, 1818. 

WoParran, John. 

**cparlin. Captain. 

**cp«, Neal. 

MoParrin, Samuel. 

Mc Parian d, James. 

**cpa,T.jen, Samuel. 

^cfatrick, Daniel. 

"••^Ferron, Samuel. 

™«Ferren, John. 

*'*' Parting, Joseph. 

Mcpudden, William, died in Crawford county, 1821. 



U2 ALPHABKTK'AI. LIST OF 

MoFadden, Bobert. 
Mct'atridgf. 
McFenitn, iloliett. 
McFarlirjg, John 

McFiirrnii, BicbHril. 

McpHUt, i'HU). 

UcFi»dden Joseph. 

McFel Dennis. 

McfarlHne.lliomas. 

McFut Archibald 

McOaiiglity, PhiUti- 

McGerry JJwil 

McOrifter, William. 

McOmdy, Itobert, killed at White Marsh. 

Mctirady, William, enlisted In 1782, hi Captaui T. Robinso 

paiiy ; captured by the Indians and tiikeii to Niagura. 
McUee. John. 

McGinley, James, died in Mercer county, ]y^. 
McGowen, John. 
McGee, .lam^s. 
McGuire, Matthew. 

Mc(iuiie, Rolwrt, it Hiding in Westmoreland county, 11337. 
McGregor, Abrum. 
McGlll.John. 
McGarles, John. 
Mctiahey, Jolni. 
McUinnis, Wiltiam. 
McGomery, (.'ornelius. 
McGuire, Michael. 
McGowen, James. 
McGomaBS, Samuel. 
Mc(irlmes, William. 
McGlnuglilin, Patrick. 
Mcliowen, Ca|italn. 

AlcUinnia, Jolin, enlisted IT7T; residing in Adams county 
McGlnnis, Patrick. 
McGinnia, Itobert, taken at Foit Wu^liington -, residhig 

caster conn ty in 1811. 
Mctioweii, William. 
McGreidi^n, Captain. 
McG«e, Tliouas, 
McGraw, Itobert. 
McGill, James. 
McGraw, Rolx-rt. Colonel. 
McGornian, John. 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 168 



McGarry, William. 

McGougli, Hugh. 

McGreyen, William. 

McGrime, Daniel. 

McGuier, Matthew. 

McGu ire, Daniel. 

McGrijjar, John. 

McGregor, John. 

McG laugh lin, Patrick. 

McGrogan, William. 

McGowan, Alexander. 

McGowan, John, residing in Beaver county, 1812. 

TcGloglin, Charles. 

McOinnis, Robert. 

McO uire, Patrick. 

McGuire, John. 

McGronagle, James. 

McOee, Patrick. 

McGr raw, John. 

McOonagle, James. 

MeGraljegaii, Philip. 

HcOee, Andrew. 

McOee, Charles. 

McCilauKhliii, Owen. 

MeC;iiickin, Patrick. 

AleCxaney, John. 

MeCiJiinson. Francis. 

MeOloiighlen, Owen. 

McO linn, Daniel. 

McGee, Dubley. 

-^fcGarran, Francis. 

McGinn is, Lawrence. 

McGaw, John. 

McGaw, Patrick. 

- I<^Gaugliy, John. 

McG raw, Andrew. 

McGoogen, Samuel. 

McCiirk, James. 

McCiinnis, Andrew. 

McGowen, Heested. 

^icOordln, Francis. 

VleOinich, Patrick. 

McGuire,*Bartholomew, 

McO inn is, William. 

Me<irooger, Samuel. 

McGrfiger, John. 



164 ALPHABETICAL LIST OV 

McGlym, John. 

McGlau^hlin John. 

M<;G*f', <,'liiir!es. 

McGvifl Itidiard. 

HcGuirk, Jiimes. 

McGelion, Jo)in. 

McGlnnis, John. 

McOowKH, Captain. 

McGaliey, Joliii. 

McGuire, Andrew. 

McGmugli, John. 

McGowen, William. 

McGowen, Willjam, (second.) 

McGrauKh. Charles. 

McGahee. John. 

McGue, John. 

McGreby, Lewis. 

McGill. 

McGeehen, Georne- 

McGihon. George. 

M(--Giglliaii,Miolmcl. 

Mcfilime, Daniel. 

McGiimfa, ItoKer. 

McGinh, William. 

McGtiire, Charles. 

McGnire, Pliilip. 

McGiiii-e, narimbaa. Serjieant, died 1823, in Westmoreland no 

McGiiiniB, Edward. 

McGregor, John. 

McGee, Barney. 

McGlnnis, James. 

McGingan, Andrew. 

McHowen, Oiiiiles. 

McIIenry, John, residing in New York State, ISSS. 

McIIenry, (Jliarles. 

McIIenry, Tliomas, i-esiding in Ciiliimbia ounih, IR-'i. 

Mcllare, Isaac. 

McIIalton, John, resided in Kentucky in iH'23, 

McIIenry, Robert. 

Mc In tire, Thomas. 

Mclntire, James. 

^^clntire. William. 

Mclnnis, Owen. 

11c iitosh, Alexander. 

Mcllnee. Dennis. 

Mcllnioye, David. 



^^ EEVOLUTIONAUY SOLDIERS. 

MoDemiey, Muurice. 
Jttclnlyre, CapUdn. 
Mclnttte. Uaiilel. 
Afclnliri^, Ensign. 
Mclntfre, Duiiltl. 
Melntjrt, Williiiui. 
■UcIIree, Thomaa. 
Mcllree, Jaates. 
Mcliitire, Jolin. 
Mcllvaine, Wmiam. 
Mvlnnis, I'Hlrick. 

Mcliirue, Jotiu. — 

McKtii)ilit> John. 
McKeiver, An|;u9. 
McKeiinil, John. 
McKenuey, Samuel- 
McKeevy, Ilugli. 
McKee, Isauc. 
McKiUrick, Michael. 
McKee, Patrick. 

McKee, Andrew, residlnf! in ArmstroDfi county in 1A2S. 
McKay. Jaues. 
McKinsey, Alexander. 
McKay, Drtuiul. 
WeKcen, Edward. 
<cKuiie, Charles. 
'clCiiistry, James. 
fcKibbin, James. 
cKennay, John. 

cKinney, Joliu. residing in Bucks county, Ittis 
cKiiight, David. 
^Kee, David. 
Kinney, Andrew. 
Kee, William. 
Keen, Thomaa. 
King, Jamefl. 
Kisson, James. 
Keelian, Dnvid. 
■CiUip, ArchilMld. 
<enny, Fesance, 
Cinny, Andrew. 
lowen, Charles. 
■.ianey, Hugh. 

night, Ilobert, reiidiiiR in Washington county, 1820. 
nigtil, Dennis, wotindcd Nnvenilier IS, 1777, and captured; 
■liug in Somerset county, IsuT. 



IGe ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

McKnight, Ctebrlel. 

McKaum, James. 

McKay, Jolin. 

McKm, DHDiel. 

McKee, James, died in Lancaster couiity, ante 1838. 

McKennjr, Joliii. 

McKeoser, Andrew. 

McKlnney, Monla. 

McKeon, Jolm. 

ML'Kiiiiiey, Jolm. 

McKtnsey. 

McKlnley, WilHam. 

MtKpini, John. 

McKe»vy,HuKh. 

McKown, Jolm. 

Mi'KfllUH', billliel. 

HcKenny, Robert. 

McKinlKy, Siimuel. 

MuKoy, Daniel or Roy. 

McKee, Andrew. 

McKlmni, John. 

Mc Kenny, Peter. 

McKey, John. 

McKewan, John. 

MeKiin, John. 

McKlnley, John. 

McKiniey, Alexander. 

McKinaey, John, 

McKeniiii, DnncHii. 

McKetidiiirk, Archibald. 

McKciisey, Jamea. 

McKef, Is;iiii:. 

McKean, Miirmaduke. 

McKiihIi, .lohn. 

McI.etKl, Jnhn. residing in Butler county, 1822. 

Mcl.ahaejiis, John. 

HcIjeivn,C]iarles. 

Mclean, Jolm. 

Mclean, James 

McLand, John. 

Mcl.ain, .Inlin. 

McLanshlin, Patrick. 

McLanglillii. Robert. 

McLane. William. 

McLacklin.^Hmuel. 

McLacklin, Allen, Sergeant. 



BEVOLUrrONARY SOLDIERS. 157 

McLiimpr. Tliomaa. 

McLtnim, John. 

McLuie, Jacob. 

McLaughlin, Jnines. 

M<.-rMUgtiliii, Daniel, residing in IluntingiJoti pimnty, JS24. 

MoI.Durt, Normiin. 

McLiiugblin, Owen. 

MfLure, Aniirew, Sergeant, 

McLsee. Ilol*rt. 

McMullan. Hugh. 

>»cMullpn. Wmiam. 

McMasters, Edward, resMirift in I.ycominff county, 1S19. 

McMalli, Daniel, Bcrveil tow yt>ain nnil eiulit iDonttjs; reaiiiinR in 

Altrrcer eoonty, 1819. 
McMurray, William, suliaeqiiently enliatcd on Soutti Carolina trl. 

RHte; r«Bi<ling in 1819, in Urawfurd county. 
McMurUey, John. 
McMicliael, William. 
iJcMii8t«r8, Saniuel. 
UcMullHnd, James. 
■McMurdy, Chaplain. 
McMicliael, Chiiatian, 
McMiater, Colonel. 
McUichael, Ctiriatian, (second.) 
McMichael, .John. 
UcMurptiJi John. 
McMielieal, James. 
McMillan, Samuel. 
■McMurdie, Captain. 
**cMillan, Jacob, residing in WasliinRton township, York county 

1812. 
**cMlHan, Thomas, residing in Allegheny county iu 1810. 
McMurtrie, John. 
McMulUn, William, Captain. 
^cMulIin, William, Jr. 
McMullin, Neal. 
McMullan, Michael. 
*JcMicliael, Christy. 
McBjarcuB, Ptttrick. 
^eMullin. Michael. 
™'^ilHater8, John. 
~*cifeany, Anthony. 
^cAiBgarvy, Bryan. 
™CMichael, Low. 
^c*iIonnap>l, Wllltam. 
**c Jdicael, Uhrtetopher. 




16B ALPHABETICAL LIST OP 

McMlcal, James. 

MtMaiiaiiiy, S^ri^euiit. 

HcMullen.Jtuueu. 

UcMerliHti. I^tivltl. 

McMalh, William. 

McManus. Patriclc. 

McMilleri, .lames. 

McMiudy, It.)bert. 

McMulleii, William. 

McMurdje, .[olin. 

McMiiiry, Siimuel. 

McMean, William. 

McMHst^rs, .lames. 

McMiilleii, Daniel. 

McMaohen, John. 

Mc Mail on, Richard. 

HcMiillen, Francis. 

McMullen, 1IukI)> disclmrf[ed September 1, 1782. 

McMuIlnn, .John, served during the wiir; woundec 

prisoner at l^t. Clair's defeat. 
McMahon, Barney. 
McMullen, Cornelius. 
McMullen, Kiibert. 
McNair, Arciiilwild. 
McNuIty, Patrick. 
McNulty, Michael, wounded at Short Hills, New Ji 

in Lancaster county, 1812. 
McNeal.Jolm. 
McNeal, Robert. 
McNeal, Samuel, wounded at Brandywine : r>>Hidii 

ton county. 1869. 
McNeal, William. 
McNiel, Daniel. 
McNeal, I^^nfthlin. 
McNaide, George. 
McNaide, John. 
McNamaru. 
McNeil, William. 
McNeal, Daniel. 

McNeal, James, died in Montgomery county, < 
McNeer, Samuel. 
McNamara, Timothy. 
McNair, John. 

McNltt, Robert, residing in Westmoreland c 
McNortan, Michael. 
HcNamara, Patrick. 



BEVOLUTIONARY SOLDIEES. 

Mclfnughlon, Peter, residing In Uumberlttnd couuty, 1S20. 

AfcA'iillj, Micliiwl. 

Af L'Oweu, Archibald. 

JUcUwen, John. 

JUcOuulty, (gunner.) 

AlcI'liereoit, Andrew. 

McPheraou, William. 

M<;PlnTe<jn, Jaaiea. 

Wcl'hetson, Itobert. 

Mcl'olye, Dennis. 

McPIierson, WiUinm, (second.) 

ilfPliereoii, AlexHiider. 

McPIierson, Clmrles. 

Ut^Quii'k, Juiuea. 

Mdjuire, Barney. 

U<^f2»)il*^c< Jahn. 

McCjnillon, Alexander. 

MeQuiie, Redmond. 

SiI^QiiesLiuii, Joseph. 

Mi-Q(iillon, Joseph. 

McRolwrts, Dnvid. 

McR^avy, Hut;li. 

McKnigbt. John. 

McRoy, Daniel. 

McSjjerran, Williiiin, residiria in Pliiladelpliiii county, 1823. 

McSherry, Peter. 

McSwine, George. 

McVaugh, Colonel. 

MeVmth, William. 

Mc Varaara, Timothy. 

McVaugh, Benjamin. 

MeVay, Patrick. 

McVey, Patrick. 

McVaugh, Charles. 

McVaugh, Daniel. 

McVay, Joseph. 

McVouRh, John. 

Mc Williams. Alexander, died in Clearfleld county, 1822. 

McWiliiama, Samuel. 

MeWiiiiams, Jeremiah. 

^•^ Williams, John, residing In Adams county, 1811. 

^''^Way, Patrick. 

^^^WiHiama, Joseph. 

?*'^Williams, William. 

?J*«r-er, PbdI, residing in Schuylkill county. 1824. 

"^'ans, Alexander. 



leo AI^HABETICAL LIST OF 

Meant, Robert. 

MeHKCr, Prter. 

Meiiys, Jhows, residing iu WestmoreLind county, U 

Meara, Captain. 

Mease, JaineB. 

Meaze, Lieu tenant. 

Meaze, Jacob. 

Meaze, Biilacr. 

Meiiaflelil, Iliram. 

Meana, Jolni. 

MeanH, Alexander. 

Means, Pliilip. 

Meolilln, 8iimii«1. 

Mecbcr, Aaron. 

Mecliliu, Dewalt. 

McCune, Fredt^rick. 

UcCartr, William. 

Medeary, SI mini. 

MtHlt^ni. Nicliiilas. 

Medili>e, l.ai-rot. 

Mevklaiid, John. 

Meeker, Eliiia. 

Meek, Abiier, residing in Maryland, IU:!6. 

Meeke, Juiiies. 

Muecli, .loliii. 

Mel.afTy. James. 

Meliuiiey, Tlionias. 

Melianl, Tliomas. 

Meliass, Tliomas. 

Meigs, Kiel in rd. 

Meluy, JumeB. 

Mellun, .lames. 

Mellon^ Richard or John. 

Mellen, George. 

McClenn, William. 

Mellan, .John. 

Mellnne, John. 

MdliiiffiT. David. 

Melliiiger, Frederick. 

Melligeti, .Inmes. 

MeiitgeH, Francis. 

Mentges, Clirlstlau. 

Menis, Jolin. 

Mennis, Jolin. 

Mengel, George. 

Mengel, John. 



IMI 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 161 

Ifentyler, Christian. 
Hertz, Henry. 
Jf ^rrifieldy Hiram. 
Hercer, John. 
Herts, Henry. 
Hercle, Adam. 
Af erl>steller, Michael. 
Heron, James. 
Alerliant, Peter. 
H'e reliant, Peter. 
Af erriU, John Michael. 
ATerriU, Marmaduke. 
ACesoail, Ezekiel. 
AC<e>s8ery John. 
AC^sscrsmith, Andrew. 
AJLc^aerby, Conrad. 
Af f^^sserly, Daniel, died in York county. 
J!^C«:»s»er8mith, Peter. 
ArJltr-ssersmith, Valentine. 
^JL «:fsson, Benjamin. 
XTe^-tz, Jacob. 
tz, Elias. 
z, John, died in Schuylkill county, 1825. 
^^ ^ttin, Patrick, died January, 1825, in Union county. 
t:z^r, Jonathan, 
zer. Christian, 
yere, Henry, 
yere, Jacob, 
•yer, Harman. 
^ye^s, John. 
?yer, John. 
^^3^er, Isaac, residinf^ in Lancaster county, 1825. 
ich, Peter. 
ichley, Ludwig. 
ichey, Lieutenant, 
icky, Daniel, 
idiell, John, 
ichael, Philip, 
ichael, James N« 
icClanchan, Hugh, 
ichloghlin, Charles, 
iciloanil, William. 
M^ichall, John. 
M^ickone, John. 
Mickler, Thomas. 
Midera, Samue). 

11 -Vol. XIII. 



Midkiff, James. 

Uiks, Cnkb. 

Ulere, Jiicob. 

Miller, Godfrey, reaidiag in Lancaster county, 18:^. 

Miller, Peter. 

Miller, Iticliard, residing in Butler county, 1826. 

Mill!), Andrew. 

MlllH, William. 

Miller, Nathaniel. 

Miller, .lutin. First Sergeant. 

Mlllfr, Jolin, (second,) died December 11, I81d. 

Miller, Oliristian, discharged July 16, I7SI; mMteg ia Berk 

county, 1819, 
Miller, Conrad. 
Miller, Christian, second.) 
Millj):nii WiUiuui. 
Miller Jacob. 
ULIls Prancls. 
Mi1lL|J!nn JiinifS. 

Milter, William, residing in Lnzeme county, 1821. 
Miller, Henry. 
Mills, Alexander. 
MlIliT. Diivid. 
Miller, s,.mii<«. 
Miller, Alexander. 
Miller, Tliomas. 
Milslni-, Tliomas. 
Miller. Francis. 
Miller, liobert. 
Miller, Moses. 
Milbiirn, Tliomaa. 
Miller, Giren. 
Miller, (leorge. 
Miller, Frederick. 
Millar, Ishhv. 
Miller, I^inrencs. 
Miller, Andrew. 
Miles, Winiflm. 

Miller, Henry, (Ilrst,) residing in Franklin county, 18SS. 
Miller. Henry, (second,) residing in Franklin county, 1888. 
Miller, lienry, (third,) died in Philadelphia oanty, 18^. 
Miller, Matthias. 
Miller, Hteiilien. 
Miller, Matthias, (second.) 
Milliffher, Michael. 
Miller, Miciiael. 



■et«r. 

V'illiuni. 

olin, died in Luzerne couutj', ISHH. 

I nth on J-. 

3ei)jH[niii. 

, Michiie]. 

eremial). 
osepli. 
Michael. 
. WilliaM. 

feor^, St. 

Kioliaef. 

Iiillp. 

loses. 



k, George. 

Fraficfsj 
dward. 
dace. 



)hn. 

, Lodnlck. 

CItarles. 

George. 

Philip. 

!lnatlian. 

, Thomas. 

n, Walter S., residing In Bradford ommt? itt ISM. 



IM ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Ulor, John. 

Ulor, Conrad. 

UlreaeU, Hiram. 

Ulsklll, Bttmnel. 

MIsser, John. 

Mitcb^, Abraham. 

Mltcliell, Tliomaa. 

Mltcliel), John. 

Hitchell, Jaroea, residing In Duuphin county, 1808. 

Mitchell, Michael. 

HItcheU, Robert. 

Mitzee, William. 

Mitchell, Georfte. 

Mitchell, Joseiih. 

Mitchell, William. 

Mitchtll, Alexander. 

Mitchell, John, (second.) 

Mitchanar William. 

Mither George. 

MilcIiell, Jiiinee, Washington county, 1607 ; enlisted ITK, j w>inidw 

Hi l^ong lelHiid; afterwards Sergeant Major in Richaid Butlet' 

regiment. 
Mitchell, Traiicis. 
Mittsco Conrad. 
Miyor, John. 
Moarns, William. 
Moany, Patrick. 
MoHSt, (Moart,) John. 
Moiat, John, served until close of war ; residing In Lebanon count: 

I BOH. 
Moalier, Martin. 
Mock, QotlJeb. 
Muck, David. 
Moker, John II. 
Mofflt, William. 
Moflett, WiUiam. 
Mogun Law 
MogliLUi, Litwrnnce. 
Molar Miulin 
Mulholhtnd Charles. 
Molston, Micliael. 
Moles, Oliver. 
Uonrier J:icub. 
Moiitgomf-ry, Samnd. 
HontKomery, John. 
Montgomery, Matthew. 



BE VOLUTION ABY SOLDIEBS. 166 

HoBtgomery, John, (second.) 

Montgomery, Colonel. 

Monday, Thomas, served during the war; wounded; residing in 

Berks county in 1821. 
Monks, Michael. 

Montgomery, Thomas, residing in Franklin county, 1828. 
Montgomery, James, Captain. 
Montgomery, James. 
Montgomery, James, (second.) 
M^ont^mery, Hugh, 
ilonemecher, Pliilip. 
ACont^omery, Williadi. 
Afonro, John. 
Mooeymaker, William. 
Montgomery, Cornelius. 
Montgomery, Charles. 
JIf orktgomery, George. 

&£ontz, Nicholas, died in Northumberland county, 1821. 
oore, William. 
D, Abraham. 

, Jo. 
re, Colons. 
re, Aaron. 
B(£oore, James, Mi^or. 
^f oore, Thomas. 
^(£oore, James. 
^(£oore, Michael. 
^&f oore, James, First Lieutenant 
Adoore, Jotm. 
^l^dooi-e, Captain. 
^Mooney, Hugh. 
Moon, Bart. 

Moore. WiUiam, Lieutenant. 
Moody, John. 
Moor, Anthony. 
^oor, Captain. 
Moor, Israel. 
Moore, Daniel. 
^oo<3y, Adam. 
*^oocly, Nathaniel P. 
^oor, James. 

re, James Francis. 

, George. 
Te, William , Sergeant. 
re, Hampton, 
re, James, Lieutenant. 



lioore, Thomas L. 

Hoore, James, Captain. 

UoQf*, Tbuwa riofd. 

Moore, Samuel. 

Moooe, WlUiam. 

Hoore. DHJifi. 

Moote, Barnet. 

Moore, Henry or Ilerf. 

Mooie, Stephen. 

Moore, Jesse. 

Mooney, Patrick. 

Moore, Ralph. 

Moone, John. 

Moot, Barney. 

Moon, Ileory, dietf in Allef[heny county, IfiSQ- 

Moou, JoMidi. 

Moon, James. 

M 1)1 lien, Miijor. 

iloor^, <;ilb.'it. 

Moak Geriirmis. 

Moore, Klehard. 

Moore, Edward. 

Mooney Il^irry 

Moore, Alexatiiler. 

Morrison LnrXiii. 

Morris, Samuel 

Morrison, Samuel. 

Horriaon, Tlioniaa. 

Morris, George. 

Morris, Jamei. 

Morris, Jolin. 

Morton, iJamu^. 

MorKan, James. 

Mulls, C'lfoitiiit. 

Morley Isaac. 

Morse, Wiiliam. 

Morrow, OHptaiu. 

Morris, Anthony J. 

Moniitn, Daniel. 

Morgan, William. 

Morris, JonHthao. 

Morris, Owen. 

Morris, .Samuel. 

Morris, William, discharged in 1788; resided M"J^)^cw0O(HfBty. 

Morris, Atiel, Lieutenant. 

Morrison, James. 




Uorgnti, Abel. 

ifurjtUll. John. 

Uurgna, Jncob. 

Hon 

ifwrris, Jolm, served iintU the close of tliu \ 

taaUrciiiiity, 1W7. 

ll.Ugl., Ihill. 

M<Mtliiwr, Janws. 
Motsu, EdwBid. ' 
, Miprgiii, Moqpm. 
Morilt, Hratjr. 
MonlMD, Wniiam. 

MtmtMB, Edward, laddliig In C(damUa coimtr^ Mb 
Morut, WUllsms. 
Mtorltnd, Jolin. 
KorrlKm, Pblllp. 
lC<nv>>>i Joaeidi. 
ICorwu. Jacob 
ICovgan, Gcorgib 



Uortiaer, Bobert. 
Montoon, Joa^li. 



M<irilMxi,Jobn,enUatedinl780; died In Hantlnrtip i«iity.a 

1827. 
Morgan, George. 
Morrow, Joho. 
Morris, WilliaU). 
Mortimer, Tliomaa. 
JJorJand, Huae*. 
Moring, JaineB. 
"Oring, DHvid. 
JJore, William. 

Moser, Philip. 

^*>aer, Jacob. 

?J">a«r, John, died In Backs county, 1812. 

Woser, Michael, residlnR in Montgomery county, ISIB. 

rJ**S8, Sylvester, residing in Mifflin county, 1S20. 

^**ser, George. 

i*^'er, John. 

*<«aer, Henry, Sergeant. 

*03eiey, Robert. 

Hoaiey George. 

*«taiei, John. 

"otly, James. 



168 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Mottfl, Clement. 
Uotherall John. 
Mother Bar net. 
Uouiitey, JJiivid Jolin. 
Mounds, WlllUun. 
Mounty, David. 
Moiiiitgomery, John. 
MiiiiiUy, Joliti. 
Mountgomerf, William. 
Moune, Joseph. 
Moverty, Ueiinen. 
M overly. Dennis. 

KtoWllT, [l:lIL(lo1|)Il. 

Moyer, Henry. 

Moylund, Stephen. 

Moyer, Jacob. 

Moyer, Jacob, (second.) 

Moyer, Harmaii. 

Moyer, Frederick, residing in Danphin county, 182& 

Moylan, Stephen. 

Sroyer, Daniel. 

Moyer, John. 

Moyer, Michael, residing in Union county, 1828. 

Muff, Nicholus. 

Muflly Jnseiih 

Miitclliigcas, Michael. 

MiilvHny Fiitrick. 

Mullen, Patrick. 

Mullltt. 

Mulloy, Iluffh. 

Mullen, Thomas. 

Mullen, diaries. 

Mullen, William. 

Mull, William. 

Mulhollin, John. 

Mulloy, jHtnes. 

Unller, Frederick. 

Mullan, Patrick. 

MuliHdy, Robert. 

Mulholni,nut;h. 

MuUdyoi), Robert. 

Mulsan, John. 

Mullen, John. 

Mullen, James. 

Mulholen, Charles. ; 

Mulhollen, Peter. 



REVOLUTIONAUY SOLDIEKS. 

Mullen, Jacob.' 
WuUen, Frederick, 
MulLolm, Patt. 
MulH, George. 
■Mutla. Francis. 
-UuUeD, Daniel. 
Muli, Francis, 
Miiltz, FniiiciB. 
Multz, Frederic. 
MuUin, Manus. 
Mullen, Fraiicia, 
AtunduB, CB8|»er. 
Muiianu, Almond. 
Muiirow, .lohn. 
Muiisiy, Fmncia. 
MuiMjin, Joiin. 
Mmiden, Peter. 
Muotden, Jolin. 
Murpliy, Artliur. 
M urpliy, Owen, 
Murry, Samuel. 
Murray, John, residing in Middle Paxtang townabip, Dauphin 

county, 1810. 

Murien, William. 

MniTen, William. 

^^urraj, Jacob, 

Murphy, Patrick. ' 

Murphy, Edward. 

Murthwait, Richard. 

Murphy, J^ureuce, 

Murray, John. 

MuiTow, William. 

Murphy, ThomaB, 

*J«rray, Thomas, died in Franklin county, 1826- 

Murphy, Philip, 

^arphy, Daniel. 

™urren, William, Ensign. 

*^rpby, Dennia. 

Murry. 

■Tray, James. 

^lurphy, William. 

Murphy, John. 

*''»rry, FraneiB. 

Miirry, Stephen. 

Murray, Fniucis. 

M*»rpby, Martin. 



no AJ,F|IAB^TJCAL LIST OF 

Uurpfay, Micliuel, died in VlrRiiiia, I62S. 

Murray, Andrew, residiug iu Fnmkliu county, ItliV. 

Hurdagli, I'atricic. 

MuMoclc, Uobert. 

Miii-lk, Jolm 

HurrHy, DHiuel. 

Murflt, William. 

MiirHff Arcldliald. 

Mmiy TliitiuiLS. 

Miirpliy, Georse. 

Mui'ruy, David. 

Murphy, Levy- 

Mumy, Jsfeinlati, resldlDK in Buclis county, 1tGt7. 

Murpljy, I'ntt. 

Uurpliy, I.«vi. 

If ur4uak. WiUlam. 

Hmmr, WUUsm. 
UHiyiif, Ijutience. 
Murpliy, Timothy. 
' Murpliy, Barney, died iit DaupliiD county, antt ItlU. 

Murray, Samuel. 

Miiskeniui, It. David. 

Musketuay, Jubn. 

Muse, Balser. 

MuHxetnufl, Jolin. 

UuBterd. Ai'cliJImld. 

Muskettiuss, Adam, died in i)V14, in Laucaster «ouBty. 

Muttketnuge, Juliu. 

Huaketiiougjj, Ueury. 

Myn:, Niclioliis. 

Myer, John. 

Myer, William. 

Myer, Conrad. 

Myers, .Tacnb. 

Myer, Liuard. 

Myer, Casiier. 

Myers, .Toseph. 

Myera, I^awrence.- 

Mycrfl, Adiim. 

Myers, Herman. 

Myers, Henry. 

Myers, Michael. 

hfycr, .Tacol), residing in Yurie oowXy, 1816. 

Myers, Elierliaiil. 




RErppuTiQv^BT #M(6fiKt& in 



Afyera, Christopher. 

Afyers, Crerport. 

.W>-lpr, William. 
Jtf>-ItT, Jlicliael. 
A'u.tj)g, Adufla. 
N tm^a, iotia. 

?f£K.£mgloii, liotiert. 

Nsft-^le, Josepli, died in Lancaster countj, 18SS. 
N*»,«le,PIiilip. 

Xa«.£lp. Frederitrk, residing in llprk a county, 1B2&. 
>i»a>£g<iiiton, Robert. 
N«»«imton, Robert. 
IIa«.8le, Henry, Senceant. 

S z&xl«, Michael, York coimty; tuken priflonec ml 
;B:»Tigon ship. 



^*u>iili, Bnstfpi. 

^•tnttii. Btaay. 

Ha«h, John. 

If athan, Jacob. 

^augle, Joseph. 

^«viiigton, Robert. 

Baylor, John. 

NeMler, Joseph. 

^^^1, Samuel. 

'!«a8le, Philip. 

^***l, Jamea. 

^e*ly. Matthiai. 

^«al, John. 

^«a&le. John. 

^^ar , John, residing in Washington county, Ma^lan4, IS^ 

^®V»»ani, Samuel. 

J*«V»t^rd, Samuel. 

j^^*l» Eoliert, residing in Armstrong county, i^i 

^^«^>y. Lieutenant. 



*^1 J, David. 
^^«"j,Jcweph. 
^««ly, John. 
^«>eire, Martin. 

*«•«, George. 



1T2 ALPHABETICAI. LIST OP 

Neff, Thomas. 

Nefl, Jacob. 

Nell, Martin. 

Nsgifl, .lobn, 

Negent. John. 

Negley, John, redding in Butler county, 1827. 

Neilly. Beiijauiln. 

Neider, Henry. 

-NeiRlmrt, OhristlaD, 

Neiglit,Tlioiiia8, 

Neil, JolDi. 

Nellly, Daniel. 

Neiby, John. 

Nelson, Captain. 

Nelson, Archibald. 

Nelson, John, Captain. 

Nelson, George. 

Nely, Samuel. 

Nelson, William. 

Nelson, Jamea. 

Neinon, John. 

Nelsun, Kobert. 

Nelaon, Francis. 

Ni'iiiciMliili'.Isaao. 

Nesniitli, Jolin. 

Neabelt, Jonatlian, 

Nevil, Henry. 

NeviiiB, lliigli. 

Nevin, Patrick. 

Nevill, Christian. 

Nevill, John. 

Nevfl, Trederlck. 

New ('liristoirtier. 

Newman, Jolin. 

Nevel, Jolm. 

Newman, David. 

Newman, Joshua. 

Newman, Walter. 

NKwl*rry, James. 

NewtHiund. Thomas, 

N«wtoii Jonatlian. 

Newtmund, William. 

Newton, John. 

Newlatid, Michael. 

Kewhouw, Anthony. 

Ntiwbuund, Andrew. 



BEVOLUTIONABY SOLDIERS. 

A'«wtoD, Samuel. 
Newimau. Jacob. 
JfewiMn, Philip. 
iVewruaii, Richttrd.. 
Wewflon, EilKiird. 

^t3V*C0Dlb, JollD. 

-Vevrlaiid, WiUmm. 

Ne well, Patriclc. 

^^ wcontb, Samuel. 

Kes^ivccmer, Cliiistiaa. 

^** Nwcamly, John. 

"'*= WDun, MHltbew. 
^^ ^wmafl, Joimthao. 
^*s '^vbuund. Thiiina& 
N» »jell, ClirisUHB. 
^^ K^Mrd, Samuel. 
M &^^Ke, George. 
Ki«?i,Johii. 
Na«:», Jotin. 
N &«;:%, Captain. 
K a <::als, William. 
K ft c=kellae, James. 
, Sic^bolas, William. 

N l.«;1iol3. Joiiatliaii. 

N i<5bilew, Andrew. 

N i«=kle, Thomaa. 

K i^«=kelaon, James. 

N«<2hol8, Hugh. 

M icholits, Thomaa, residing Id Lnzeme county, 182V. 

K" Ice, Jacob. 

H^ice, WUliam. 

H'iceringer, Peter. 

^l«e, George. 

^*ce, John, Captain. 

**cliolto, Hugh. 

?^?choll8, Robert. 

^icholsoD, John, Sergeant. 

J*choiia, Isaac. 

^^^tioies, William, Hergeant, 

"*colaon, Andrew. 
2?*=<»leii, James. 
^*«Hj, Lieutewinl. 
";«'»t, Thomas. 
^'W», Andrew. 
■"•BbtHniah, Philip. 



Kic 



174 AlPHABEi^A& U^ O^ 

Nlhard, Fetar. 

Nipitic, Frederick, residing in Mifflin county, 1S1& 

NiMiig, Philip. 

Nitterhouse, Daniel. 

Nixon, Ilobert. 

Ntxuti, Thomas. 

JJixon, Jolin. 

Aoarth.Cnleb. 

Noatalin<>^ PetCT. 

Nolilcl, Snmael. 

NolJe, Jotm. 

Nublet, Andrew, 

Noe, .Jolm. 

Noel, Jacdb. 

Noel, John. 

NuKiil, JoBepIi. 

NoKle, JdHeiih. 

NiilLind. Miles. 

Nolaiid, Grorgs. 

Noll, Julin. 

Nol»iii1, Michuel. 

Nohind, Williiim. 

North, Caleb. 

Norman, .loeepli, residing in PhilRdelphia, 18^. 

North, (J''ortre. 

Norton, Williuni, died in Philadelphia, 1824. 

Norton, James. 

Nortli, llogRF. 

Norther, Lieutenant. 

Norewodd, Ciiptalb. 

Norris, I'tter. 

Nortli, M..jor. 

Nortlistine, Peter, residinK in Northampton couitty, Ittlf. 

Norton, Patrick. 

Norlli,.Iuine8. 

Norris, James. 

Norris, John. 

Norwlne, Henry. 

Norton, John, residing In Dauphin county, 1812. 

Norton, Joseph, resldit^ in East Earl toWnshlp, IsiKiUfef A 

inns. 

Norton, Patrick. 
Noslen, Richard. 
Nutstan, Jolin. 
NothBtien, John. 
Noteen, MicbaeL 



Efitottmw<Aftir 96hmms. 




ffowUnd, WilJiam. 
Rowland, Uidiael. 

Borland, John, residing in Perry county, 1824. 

>Joii¥ll, Jobn. 

K'ttyle, Geortie. 

>* «idpy, Barn^. 

if tigent, Itoliert. 

fi ngeiit. Thoinus. 

tf uin, Palrick. 

Niibtn, John. 

ST Oil, .lotin. 

Zf uDt-maclier, Jobn, residing in Philadelphia countyjtj 

Sutc'h, Joseph. 

$Tiit»1, Joseph. 

Nylmid, Jiinies. 

"NyT3»«i, John. 

Oi*f , Fhinp. 

Ohkes, Caleb. 

Ouken, Jease. 

Dsrbtigust, Ludwlg. 

Uiit, -lulin. 

Olier, Andrew. 

Odak ins, Jolin, served two yeara and six monllia. 

Uberdriiff. Andrew, served on frontiers ; wouh^ At^flt feUtf%lllt. 

'bat; refltdiDg in tjomerset county, 1812. 
O'BrjHn, Philip. 
•^'B'Tan, Dennis. 
O'Brjan, John. 
**|B"yan, William. 
O'Bry^n^ Sylvester. 
'''Srjan, Francis. 
*''^»"ynn, Saul. 
J^^^Tan, RoKer. 
O Bryan, Andre*. 
Ocl^'r, Caleb. 



iiaueipnia county, f 
■J" 

4 



O'C 



■ohtior, John. 



^ '-^nor, Cornell 

^ **onnel, John, (second.] 
*^Pt)n.er. Murty. 



om. 



iger, Jacob. 



9^»ilfcugh, Jacob. 

J^born. John. 

^Rl«by, Joseph, reaiding in Bucks cotinty, 1820. 

^^^arH,Jo;in. 

^ Ijami, James. 



176 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

O'llarra, William. 

O'Hara. Joeepli, resklliiK in Alle^ieny county, 1S2S. 

O'Hiirou, David. 

O'Hara, Fmncta, died in 1826, In Altegtienr county. 

O'llara, Tiniotliy. 

Olile, Henry. 

Ulile, Anflrew. 

Oh met, John. 

Okeiiliamar, Jotin. 

Oldlinm, William. 

Oldliiim, Cnptuln. 

Oidtmrn, Jolm. 

Old, Wlliiam. 

Oldis, Rut>ert. 

Older, Henry. 

Oldwlne, (Jliarlea, reHidlng In WBstiin([ton county, Marylana. ISai 

Oidwltie, Baniey, residing in Waslilugtoii county, Maryland, 18±i. 

O'Leary, James. 

Olirer, JiiBepli. 

Olirer, Gary. 

OlitiKPr Peter 

Oliiiberger, George. 

Olipliant, Andrew. 

Olleman, Frederick. 

Ollaman. John. 

Oinian, .lohn. 

O'Liian, l*att. 

Olriaii, rstt. 

O'Kail, Uhiiries. 

Oncle, George. 

O'Nett, John. 

O'Keal, ChriHtopber. 

O'Neal, Iliclmrd. 

O'Neil, Edward. 

O'Nell, Jolin. 

O'Neal, John. 

O'Neal, James. 

O'Neil, John, (aecond.) 

Ongan, John. 

Opiel, Henry. 

Otjnlrrer, John. 

Orchard, John. 

Oremer, Jacob. 

Organ, John. 

Organ, Matthew, residing In Washington county, 18)8. 

Ormstead, Abrabam. 



HEYOLTTTIONART t)OU»SB& 117 

Onw, Tbomaa. 

Unut, Jitoob. , 

Orprt, Richard. 

Orput. Kichiinl. 

OriiiE, Ileniy. residing in Schuylkill cnin^, ISSt. 

On, J(we|ih. 

Urr, William. 

Orr, Joliii, residing in Dauphin county, l&H. 

Orr, David. 

Orr, Tliomaa. 

(kbuuTO, John, enlisted lis teamster Jum7,17T9; tamAtbntjtmn, 

Osburn. Jacob. 

Oshurn, Samuel. 

ftouni, Peter. 

Osliarn, James. 

WK, Andrew, residing in Pliiladelpliirt eonntj, ll|S6. 

OU, Eiia*. 

ft»aU, John. 

Otl, JuL-ub, enlisted 1TT9; served to «nd of the war; raMbif Ib 

Pliikdelphla, 18^. 
Oltey, William. . . 

OU^-tson, Hugh. 

"iiBlitersoh. Andrew. ■' 

^rpy, Adam, residing in Crawford county, 1890 
Overton, Thomas. 
Overhalser, Christian. 
O'ersoi, Peter, 
^^ens, Robert, enlisted April 11. 1777; dischanied Februaiy 18. 

1779 ; died In Philadelphia, 1828. 
ywens, David. 
9*ens, Usmuel. 
y*8iis, John. 
*r*on8, Thomas. 
^»onB, Jerry. 
2~*ins, Barney, Lieutenant. 
^. Christian. 
!:f*, Peter. 
^*lej, jaward. 
^*c^, Michael, Jr. 
C^Rb, John. 
^^««, George. 
^**>h, James. 
i^*nter, Joseph. 

^^Qter, John, reading in UTortbtimberlaiid conniy, 1819. 
^tne.John. 
■^^Jnter, John, Ensign. 
12-VOL. XIII. 



ai.i'haiu:t[ual list of 



Paine, Oyori(e. 

Pairoff, George. 

PalmCT. 

Palmer, BenJnmlD. 

pHliner, JoBHpb. 

Palmer, Tliomns. 

Pundle, Thomas. 

l*iin,.THmes. 

Pan, William. 

Pan, JoeepI). 

FHrkfs, .Id 1 1 a. 

Parr, Jumes. 

Parker, Alexander. 

Parkliurst, John, Cort>oral. 

Parse) 1, Henry. 

Parker, Robert, 

Parkliili, James. 

Parker. James. 

Parr, William. 

Paris, Peter. 

Pnrk, George. 

Parks, John. 

Pai-Boiin, Ji aeph. 

P-Avr Ciii'tiiiii. 

Purkiiisoii, William. 

Park, Henry. 

Pinks, l!oU-rt. 

ParJB, Captain. 

Paris, Peter. 

Parka, John, (second.) 

Parr, James. 

Pamons, William. 

I'ark, Thomas. 

Park, William. 

Parriaiin, Jmnea. 

Parkes, Isaac. 

Parker, Jacob. 

Parr J^iseiili. 

Parker, IV ilUam. 

Parry. John. 

Parks, .loseiih. 

Parry, Tliomaa. 

Parker, Lieutenant. 

Parker, Joseph. 

Partington, George. 

Partridge, John. 



REVOLUTIONARY tJOLDIBBS. 178 

I^rris, Peter. 
pHrks, Thomas. 
Pmrin, Francis. 
Parson, Mattbew. 
Pttrker, Isaac. 
Parry, John. 
Parr, Joseph. 
Parkhin, John. 
Paacbka, Christian. 
PattOD, John. 
Patterson, John. 
Patton, John, Cornel. 
Patterson, Chailes, Captaii 
PattoB, Robert. 
Patten, John. 
C*siktt«raon, Ezra, 
fatters, William. 
£>a»tter3on, -John. 
CfKtch, Itichard. 
i:*^tter9on, Robert. 
E*i«t.ter9on, Captain. 
E*£%titiate, John. 
r*a*ttereon, Andrew. 
E*aatton,T. Captain. 
t*a»t:ton,Tliomaa. 
E»«.t»idEe, John. 
E^^tctson, Simon. 
E*»t; tan, John. 
E^s«.tterBon, Miirdock. 
r*s*t.ton, Captain. 
I*s*tterson, G«ori^. 
XP»k.'tt«raon, James. 
f*»tton, James. 
I*^«ilin, Samuel. 
P^ul, James. 
I*aiilfrier, George. 
E*aulini[. Benjamin. 
I*aul, Adam. 

P»ul, Benjamin, residing in Chester connly, 1^22; in Uetherland's 
company, flying camp ; served six montha at Trenton. 



180 ALPHABETICAL LIST UP 

P«rton, WlUtatn. 

Pearl, WmUm. 

Pearson, CaptHln. 

Pearaon, John. 

Feanon, Antlmny. 

Pearson, Georxe. 

Peal, Henry. 

Peart, Edwnnl, restdlDK in Pliil&delphla county, 182S. 

PealinKi Rolierl. 

Peacock, TliomitB. 

Peck, WillUin, residing In Lancaster county, 1826. 

Peelan.KirBtiAw 

Peck, Benjamin. 

Peebles, Robert. 

Peebles, William. 

Peerpolnt, Ellas. 

lV.Tih,.Lia,.,.loliri. 

Peelin, Kershaw. 

Peling, Robert. Sergeant, residing in York munty, ItKU. 

Feelln, Jonhua. 

Fegan, John. 

Fegan, Archibald, residing In Allegheny county, 182T. 

Petrce, Ciiarles. 

Pelser, Anthony. 

Pelan, Robert. 

Pelan, Joshua. 

Pfrnlierton, Jolin. 

FembroDk, John. 

Pern brook, Tboroaa. 

Pmcliin Gwirfte. 

Peimington, Edward. 

PenderftrjiBs, Lavrence. 

Pentecost, Dor^t. 

Penrov, John, 

Penrose, Joseph. 

Penrod. Tobias. 

Penton, Aaron. 

Penslar, John. 

Fi-hdprRrHHs, Lawrence, died la Cambeiland ooan^, I8S0. 

Pi-ritinir. Uiivid. 

Pencil, Henry. 

Penn, Robert. 

Pentoo, Anen. 

Pence, John. 

Penry, Thomaa. 

Pepper, Jacob. 



f 



S^. John. 
if "T. TI,oio», 



5«».«,cl,aeJ. 



—-». JuicliaeJ 
J*". Jncob 

*r, Caspar d't^ 



■• Anthony 
^ Philip. 






182 ALPHABBTICAL LIST OK 

Peyton, James. 

Flmuser, George. 

PbelpB, Ezra. 

Phelps, Jacob, musician. 

PLelon, Peter. 

PhUe, George. 

Phlle, Philip. 

Phi|>|)S, Ut'jijtiniiii. 

Philip, Joseph. 

Pliillp, Simon. 

Pliile.Cliarlea. 

Philips, William. 

Philips, Jnmes. 

Phlster, Godfrey. 

PliilipB, William, (second.) 

Philips, Conrad. 

Ph later, Jacob. 

Pliilliliv Al>r;ilmin. 

Plirenner, Ptiilip. 

Fhrenner, William. 

Phyley, Pliilip. 

Pickle, Jacob. 

Pickard, John Frederick, died in Berks county, anfe ]l 

Picket, John. 

Picket, Jacob. 

PidKeon, Conrad, 

Piercy, Henry. 

Pierce, Timothy, died in Itt!7. 

Piei'Bon, Jolin. 

Piercy, John. 

Piery, John. 

Pierce, John. 

I'ierce, Edward. 

Piggot, Captain. 

PiSgot, Jitmea, CHptain. 

Piggle, Jncob. 

Pilce, Zebulou. ^ 

Pilce, Joshua. 

Pillar, John. 

Pilliers, James. 

Pimple, Jacob. 

Pink, William. . 

Fine, Joliii. 

Flnard, Pliilip. 

Pinell, John. 

Pineyard, William. 



UEVOI.UTIOKART SUMMEIli*. 



Pfper, James. 
I^per, Jotjii, Ooiotiel. 
Piper, Jobii. 
Piper, Hefiry. 
Pitcher, James, 
i'ittjman, G«orge. 
Pititnan, Isaac. 
Pitt, William. 
E^ittibaugh, Antlrew, 
Pitts, Winiam. 
I'itz, Micliael. 
I'lttibead.John. 
I*lnfTenback. Andren. 
^latt, Hrtlpli. 
najlief, Samue! 
I*l«asaiits, Captain. 
flurakett, Tliomjis. 
Plummer, Juliii. 
I*ly]cy, Jolin. 
I*'AIers, Ai'iiolil. 
I*.»«li,EduiUinl. 
E*olib, EimigTi. 

I»«>IIUB, Aiiilrew, vpsldinK In Crawford county. ISEII 
I"oke, David. 
I^oland, Peter. ri«klinf( in Laiioister county, I8I1. 
Polk, Jolm. 

Poliuid, Samuel, residing in Franklin county, 1616. 
Pollock, James Smitli, residing in Columbia coimty, 1810. 
I*o1[enb«rger, John, residing in Scliuylkill county, 1825. 
Polk, David. 
Polaod, Daniel. 
Pollard, Samuel. 
Pollock, jHtnes. 
Pohon, Kolwrt. 
Polemus, Joseph. 
Poiialer, I^wia. 
Pontoser, David. 
Pond, Joliii, 
Pwrliam, John. 
^ Pool, John. 
T, Wijliiini. 
>!. Henry. 
*i Aodniw. 




IM AI^PHABETICAL LIST OF 

Fnter, Andrew. 

Fort«r, WlUiHm. 

F<ut«r, CHptiiln. 

Porter, Richard. 

Porter, George. 

Porter, Robert. 

Porttibi* John. 

Porter, James. 

Postiniin Jorin. 

PoBtHl Henry. 

Pnet, JobD. 

Poeey, Captafo. 

Post, Jntan. 

Post, Faber. 

Post, Oldeon.flfer 

PoB^, Macajah, died April, ISiiS, tu Cheater cnuiit;. 

Potan, LieutenuDt. 

Potte, Captain. 

Potter, James, Hon. 

Potte, Joiiittlian. 

Potts, Joseph. 

Potts, Hans. 

Potter, John. 

Potter, Robert, 

Potts, Jacob. 

Potts, John. 

Pots, Ilance. 

Poulstan, Robert. 

Foust, Frederick. 

Poul, Frederick. 

Power, Alexander. 

Power, Loyd. 

Powell, William. 

Power, WiUiam. 

PowJer Tiibias. 

Powell, Elijah. 

Powers, Aaron. 

Fowera, James. 

Powers, William. 

Powell, Frederick. 

Power, Alexander, (second.) 

Power, Tobias. 

Powell, Ptilllp. 

Powell, Adam. 

Powtess, Jacob. 

Powel, Loyd. 



REVOLUTION AllT SOLDIERS. 166 

Powers. Robert. 

Powell, Arnistrong. 
VowerB, Daaicl. 
PujUin, J times. 
Prstt. WiUiam. 

Ptatt, James, enlisted 1777 ; served uatil 1782 ; residing in Columbia 
county, imx. 
Pratt, Julm. 
PrHtt, Ephratm. 

Pi»tber, Basil, Lieutenaut. 

Piiiy, Jonathan, reeidinK iu North urn be Hand county, 1818. 

Preston, Jacob. _ 

?re>8ton, Major. 

Preston, Jolin. 
Preston, Patt. 
Price, George. 
Preise, George. 
Price, Oavid. 
j»ric«, John. 
Vrisel, Frederick. 
I'rit«hey, Robert. 
X^ricti John. 
I'riestlej, John. 
f«-ise. Dauiel. 
X*iiamoii, Codorus. 
£*xigoian, Jonathan. 
^^'ritehig, David, 
^^''itcbig. James. 
I"»iee, Wimaoo. 
^*»iiner, Henry 
^rtsB, Carls, 
^rice, Adam. 
**»^<», Michael, 
Price, TttomaB. 

-''ice. A. braham, residing In Pbiladelpbia, 1606. 

Pntchard, Samuel. 
Priogle, George. 

™ctor, Francis. 
f™»el, Major. 
r™»ell, -William. 

fj^, Otiomas, Captain. . 
fjotot, Firancis, Jr. 
^oetot, Fnanois, Sr. 



188 ALPHABETICAL LIST OP 

Froctor, Ttiomaa. 

Proctor, FranclB, Captain. 

Prootw, ThonuB, Colouel. 

Pty, Tlionwa. 

Pry. WUllam. 

I'liddiiig, Conrad. 

Fuff, ValentiDe. 

Pugli, Henry. 

Pugh, Ensign. 

Puglj, Jolin, died in Lancaster uounty, 180T. 

Pug)i, Tliomas. 

Pukett, Joseph BeiiJHmln. 

Piillun, John. 

Pulmaii, Captain. 

Pullnn, Samuel. 

Pulford, Thomas. 

Punches, Jditi. 

PuiiUrub, -luhn 

Puictll, Henry. 

Purtle, John. 

Pureet, John. 

Purely, William. 

Purdue, Jiiinea. 

Putman, Kiioch. 

Pulteii, Siimiiel. 

Pnrc<-y, Jiihn. 

Quanuil, John. 

Quiiah, Jtihn. 

Quarrel, Jiinics. 

(juart, John. 

Quanell, JameR. 

Qneagle, Philip. 

Quick, Henry. 

QuiKK. John. 

Quigley, Edward, wounded at Fort Washington. 

Quin, Daniel. 

Quin, Edward. 

Quie, Seth. 

Quindleir, John. 

Quin, I.eonurd. 

Quill, John. 

Quin, PHtrick. 

Quirk, (iilhert. 

Quart, John. 

Quillet, JiMeph. 

Quiiin, Johu. 



RfiVOLUTIONABY SOLDIERS. 18T 



Qaino, Pfttrick. 
Habb, Captain. 

Rabenold, John, residing in Leliigli county, 1829. 
Babfion, John. 
Babson, Jacob. 
Rack, Patrick. 
Radcliff, James. 
Baddean, John. 
Aadclifr, Samuel. 
Bahr, Martin. 
RaUy, Philip. 
Baily, Jolm. 
Xiairdon, Jeremiah. 
Xlaisnal, America. 
Xlaker, Martiu. 
Xlalplisuider, John. 
TKlalpli, Joseph. 
"Kalston, John. 
HCaliu, William. 
3^Iston, David. 

IBiilston, Andrew, died August 31, 1819. 
Iliamsey, Lieutenant, 
liamsay, David, 
^amwiel, James. 
Bainble, Samuel. 
Ramsey, Samuel, 
•^ndolpli, Tliomas. 
^€1 1 1 kin Captain. 
Rankin, Jolm. 
Rankin, William. 
nl>y, J. Henry, 
aiikiii, Tlioraas. 
aiidolph, Lieutenant, 
^anshon, Francis. 
ansbiiry, John. 
, Joseph. 
ndall. Comely. 

, John, 
andolph, James, 
andal, John, 
audal, Robert. 
TKanar, Rowen. 
IXlanch, Conrad. 

~^ankin, John, residing in Mercer county, 1808. 
^^Lankey, Frederick. 
^IbLrich, Godfrey. 




m ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Banb;, Henry. 

Bapert, Jacob, i-esidlng Id Berks county, 182S. 

Bmpp, Peter. 

Kathlium, Thomas. 

Baween. 

BawkBOu, John. 

Bawlln. 

Ray, 3nha. 

Riiybolii, Jacob. 

Read, Caaper 

Beaur Samuel. 

Ilean,Hi>rtiii. 

Beaaon, Conrad. 

Bead, Archibald. 

Bead, Samuel. 

Ilea, John. 

Bead, Thomaa. 

Bttttd, Joseph. 

Rend, William, residing In Northumberland county. 

Beam, David. 

Beam, AnArew. 

Ittitillii);, Nicliolas. 

Realy, James. 

Iteaner, George. 

Seeker, Ellas, residing in FhUadelphia In 162S. 

Redman, Doctor. 

Bedman, John. 

Bedheifer, Conrad. 

lledheiner, Andrew. 

BeddliiK, Charles. 

Redman, Michael. 

Redman, Joel. 

Redlian, Frederick. 

Bed lion, Leonard. 

Beed, Amljiw iri^idinK In Cliesler county, 1823. 

Reed, Alexander, residing In Butler county, 1621. 

Ree, Captain. 

Reed, James. 

Reeves, John. 

Reeves, PIgl. 

Reedin, Joseph. 

Hif «■, Lieutenant. 

Rfevt-s, WilliHiu. 

Bees, George. 

Rees, Peter. 

Beeves, Enos. 



REVOLITTIONART SOLDIEIIS. 

^*»i, Samuel. 
«*ed, Giles. 
^*^, Thonms. 

^, John, died in Union cauntj, 1827, 
^, Cliarles. 

^, Jobn, residing in Scljuylltill county, 1826. 
fie«f, David. 
Sfeae, John. 
Seece, DHniel. 
'feeaUr, Jacob. 
fteeee, William. 
Seed, Francis. 
I fteed, DanleL 
Re«<l, John. 
Reea, Hugh. 
Reece, David. 
Iteegwr, Fredericlt, taken st Fort Washinifton, flyfnir camp; reaid- 

i*ife in Westmoreland county, ISIO. 
Reeliarii, Thomas. 
Re^fc. Jolin. 
tees, David. 
Itee«j, William. 
R«meF. George. 
Re«»n, William. 
^**»ivier, Miitthew, 
**««t«, Henry. 

^'^i XK), Nicholas, died In Union county, 1810. 
^«S«»hart, John. 
^««»iall, John. 
^«t«kert, DanleL 
:^«iaB, John. 
^«*fCer, Jacob. 
S^*' J. William. 
^*il5, Patrick. 
.^^ifeer, Simon. 

:2*'*^' Peter- 

^«l*i, David. 

.^«f*l«y, Thomaa. 

:^«s4«M, Blcbard. 

:^«»»»ald, Christopher. 
:^««<a. James B. 
:^«t«w. Henry. 
^««I J, James. 
S**^' Pstrick. 
^^«*<»»mrd. Ctarier 



190 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Rein aid, ChristiSD. 

Heiff, Jacob. 

Ileny. jHioefl. 

RelKle, jHcob. 

Relgle, Michael. 

Reily Clrlstian. 

Reiuier Diivld. 

Itf jcliwisk C'utirad. 

Reily, Edward. 

Iteitli, Francis. 

Held Tliotnus. 

Ri^gter Jiicdti. 

Reiij' .T<iseph, Captain. 

Re i ley, Jiim^s. 

Reily, I'lillip. 

Reily, Jdlin, Captain. 

Rally, CliilBtoplier. 

Reily, John. 

Reiner. I'liilip, residing in Berks county, 1823. 

Bemby, John. 

He II II els, 6«i)JHaiin. 

Reno, Lew in. 

RenlEkin, John. 

Reiislmw, William. 

Iteiiflull, Yaleiitine. 

Rt-nduls, TlimnnM. 

Bentsell, Viileiitine. 

Reneley, Nicliotas. 

Reomer, Philip, resfdlng in Fnuiklin county, 1825 

Keotiltds, Martin 

Reiiey, Conrad, residing in Centre county, lii^O. 

ReiKilt, (ieopfte. 

Reppie, William. 

Repnian, Samuel. 

Resl<-r, Matthias. 

Itese, Daniel. 

Reitsler, John Henr?. 

RcHmith, John. 

Reaer, Jacob. 

Ret user, Casper. 

Rcvacomb, Peter. 

Re valley, James, 

Revest, Lieutenant. 

R^iger, Doctor. 

Rei(, David. 

Rex, William, residing In Nortliarjpton county, ISSb. 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 191 

Reynolds, Christian. 
Reynolds, Christopher. 
Reyruud, Jacob. 
Reynold, Jacob. 
Reynolds, George, 
lieynolds, Benedict. 
Reynold, William. 
Reynolds, Abizah. 
Reynard, John. 
Reynort, Jacob. 
Reynor, Christian. 
Reynold, Richard. 
Rliea« John. 
Rhodes, Jacob. 
Rhodes, John. 
Uia,1, Daniel. 
Ria.li, John. 
Ria.nljerj?, Andrew. 

Ril>l>et, Abraham, Sergeant, residing in Union county, 1819. 
RiLilet, Peter. 

Ril:>l>ett, Christian, residing in Union count)', 1819. 
It i ljV>oldt, Frederick. 
Rit>l€?tt, Abram. 
Itioli^rd, Peter. 
Rioliardson, Captain, 
rtiotiard, Thomas. 
I^ ice", David. 
I^ioliardson, Thomas. 
Kic5lmie, Robert. 
Rici^, Joseph. 
R i crc^, Sam uel. 
rC i C5<2, Frederick. 
Ftic^liardson, Luke. 
1 ^ % c:r 1 lards, William, 
iotiy, John, 
ioe, William, 
ictmrdson, Richard. 
ioe, .Jacob, 
ichardson, John. 
ioe, John. 
i<5key, Rol)ert. 
to bards, Patrick. 
>oe, Peter. 
iokey, James. 
iokey, David. 
iotiard, Charles. 



192 ALFHABETICAT. LI8T OP 

lUck, William. 

RicliarcUon Jeremiali. 

Iticli»rditon, William. 

Rice, JoM^jili. 

KicliiirdtKin George. 

Rice, Gf^oige. 

BicliHrdH.OweD. 

Itice, Miclmel 

Iticlmrd Matthew. 

Iticliards, Pliilip. 

Rfcliardsoii Wiltiam. 

Rlchftrt, Charles. 

Rickloj, Lewis. 

Btclmrt, JaGt)b, residing In Alleglieny county, ]B37 ; teaniBter i 

GeiierHl Irviue. 
nice, James. 
Rlcliner, Daniel. 
RicI), Isaac. 
Richart, Thomas, wounded In the service ; died in Northami 

countf in IHW. 
Riclnrdaim, Rot>ert. 
Riddle. Jolin 
Ridslinw JoHPph. 
Riding, Charles. 
Riddle, John. 
Ridge, George. 
Ridey, Julin. 
rtidunoiir Cliriatian. 
Ridgaway. James. 
Ridgeway, Jaroes, (second.) 
Uidenb^itRh, iVter, 
Riddle, Wllliara. 
Hider AVilliam. 
Riddle. Edward. 
Rlely, Job. 
Riely, John. 
Ried, James R. 
Reigle, Jacob. 
Rife, Jacob. 
RifTels, George. 
Rimis, Jijatlian. 
RIfflt, Uhristtan. 
Rifford .John 
BltHtB. Christian. 
RlRg Eleazar 
Biggie, Jacob. 



HEVOI.rTrONABY SOLDIERS. ue 

BifchtAr, Jacob. 

Bigg, Uoaea. 

RigAii, Thorn AS. 

Rihl, Fronta. 

Riley. jHines. 

Riier, Edward. 

Ril«y, Job. 

Riley, Jolm, 

Kiley, Michael, ^p^ 

RiDiiiger, G<«rge. 

Ringer, MicliHel. 

lUDg, Micliael, raiding in Ducks coontr, ISIS. 

Rinker. Abraham. 

Rlneluirt, Daniel, residing in MoDtgomery oonntr, IflSS. 

Binehart, Jotin. 

RIne, Ueorge. 

Rinedecker, Samuel. 

Biiiehait, Micbael, post rider, died In Laneastar conntr, UM. 

Ring, David. 

Ripel, MichueL 
Bip, Jacob. 
RiW>y. Elijah. 
Bippa, EUiith. 
Bipley Rlijah. 
~Rii>soii. Jolili. 
Rist, Frederick. 
Rise, Frederick. 
Rial) ley, Lewis. 

Ristein, Charles, rertdlng in Piiiladelphia, 1829. 
Bisller, George. 

Bisiiell, George, residing in Union county, 1820. 
Bitten lio use, David. 

Ritteniiouse, Jacob, residing in Lancaster county, 1829. 
Bitter, Tobias. 
HitleiilioiLse, John. 
Bitchey, Craig. 

Bitcliey, David, Washington county. 
"Bitt*iih-iiii,.]<.hi]. 
Hitlt:T, William. 
Bitteis, William. 
Kitclile, John. 

Bitcliie, David, Lancaster county, 18DT ; wounded at l^ng Island. 
Bittman, Samuel. 
Bivolt, Henry. 
Bively, Frederick. 
18 -Vol. xm. 




IM ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Roap, John. 
Ronch, Timotliy. 
Ro»d, Jnlm. 
IloHCli, laaac. 
Iliwlii), Mdriln. 
RoiiilB, Jacob. 
Roads, Willinm. 
Roiihii, Nicliolaa. 
Koiick, Redmoml. 
Kotick, Christopher. 
iiibi 119011 Thonina. 
Rol.b. Wniwiii 
Robinson, John. 
Itobln.Thomns. 
KodRt'rs, Siimnel. 
Roberts, Pat rick, 
Rolterts. Steplien. 
Robinson, Piitrlcit, 
RoliertH, Clement. 
Robison.TliomBS. 
Ilobin.soii, Williiiin. 
llobiaon,.Tnine!t. 
Rol>ertH, Williiiin. 
Robinson. Tfirence. 
RoUTt, ItolxTt. 

Robins, l)ii]iiel,<liP(l in Fiiyi-tto county. i8-2i. 
Ilobinsoii, Miijor. 
Riibinson, Cai'tiiin. 
Robinson, Juseph. 
Robinson, Alexander 
Rol)inHori,.I)inies. 
[loliert.t, Jiiines. 
Kolierts, Kdwiird. 
RoiHTts, Rees. 
ItolxTts, (leorite. 
Itolieson, I'eter. 
Il»)l>eits. Evan, 
Kotib, .lohii. 
KobiHoii. William- 
Robisiin, Itcnjamin. 
Kot>b, Ciipt^iin. 
Roberts, Ricliard. 
Kobistni, John. 
Robinson, Edward 
Robb, LiRU tenant. 
ltol)ert, Page. 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 195 

fiob^son, Richard. 
RoL>c?son, David. 
RoL>«?rt8, Griffith. 
Kol3«>rts, Joseph. 
Rol>€frU, Cadwalader. 
Rol3^rU, Jolm. 
fiol^erts, Isaac. 

Kolx?rtson, John, residing in Cumberland county, 1821. 
H(>l>«^rtson, Terreuce. 
Rol>^rtB, Griffith, (second.) 
Ro I >inson, Peter. 
R4>l>«rts, Nathan. 
Rc>l3in8oii, Benjamin. 
Rol:>€rt8, Thomas.. 
pColL>oot, Adam. 
Xlol^iscm, Henry. 
4 >ljinet, Joseph. 

Vinson, Ricliard. 
«>ljison, Tliomas, Lieutenant Colonel. 
c>l.jinst)n, 'George. 
<3ck, John, 
rtockhill, William, 
ock, Tliomas. 
rxlgers, William. 
< xlniin, Henry, 
oclgers, Jolin. 

<^>*Jes, Mark, Sergeant, died in Philadelphia, 1823. 
*><le, Ludwick. 
X^o<iy, Augustus. 
I^ociow, John. 
r^odohy, Patrick. 
^^•^larers, I*atrick. 
^^^•xlfly, Patrick* 
Kcxiay, Jolui. 
^^<>e, John. 
'^^K^rs, Samuel. 
^*^l5^rs, Alexander. 

*^>l?ers, William, drowned while attempting to cross the Schoharie 
^iver, 1779. 

ers, ^latthew. 
rs, Zephaniab. 
^3K«rs, Iloosier. 
IS, Griffith. 
>, John. 
€r8, John. 
n, Christopher, residing in Pliiladelphia county, 1823. 



106 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Bohrer, Matthias. 

Bolls, John. 

Rolph, Lawrence. 

Rolls, ChriHtian. 

Bolls, James. 

Tli.iniek, John. 

Roni;ii]diiH, Jolin. 

Roneni, James. 

Roney, William and Hamilton. 

Rooper. 

Roojis, UorneliUB. 

Roop, George. 

Roop, Nicholas. 

Rooney, Peters. 

llooaewell Jiicob. 

Rork, Cliristiiiii. 

Rosiiniond, JoIjd. 

Rose, Isaac. 

Rose, Jobn. 

Rose, RuBSell. 

Boss, R(«er. 

Bose, Ichnbod. 

Ross, James. 

Ross, Williaca, residing in Mifflin county, 1824. 

Boseo, Henry. 

Roser, Abraliam- 

Rosgrave, Henry. 

Rose, Josepli Isaac. 

Boae, Peter. 

Roster, Frederick. 

Ross, John. 

Rosa, Huch, wounded in ITTT, when the Augusta was Uowd up. 

Ross, George. 

Roth, Philip. 

Rousli, Timothy. 

Bonsh, Jacob. 

Rouck, Christian. 

Boil eke, Timothy. 

Rou^h L lid wick. 

Rough torn Simon. 

Riiiiinuti Jucoh. 

Rouse, Johaiiiies. 

Rouse, Thomas. 

Rover, John. 

Roveller, Adum, died in Montgomery county, ante 1828. 

Row, Benjamin, 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. W 

, Ludwig, died in Colombia couDty, 181S. 
land, John, 
land, Tliomaa. 
, John. 
, Henry, 
tiour, Jacob, 
land, J. M. 

in, John, residing in Bedford coanty, 1819. 
Ml, Alexander. 
3n, Archibald, 
ley, Henry. . 
John. 
Abraham. 
William. 
William, Jr. 
d, David. 
arcane, Charles. 
3rt, Adam^ 
inian, Jonathan, 
low, John, 
lean, John, 
ly, Barney, 
ilph, John; 
y, Barney. 
Iph, Tobias. 

Iph, Jacob, residing in Butler cornty, 1820. 
n, John, 
n, Jacob, 
r, Martin, 
-on, Andrew, 
id, John. 

in, George, residing in Lancaster county, 1819. 
niel, Michael. 

lis, Peter, died in Montgomery county, 1820. 
ler, George. 
y. Captain, 
rt, Adam. 
9, Martin, 
woem, William, 
elf James, 
el, Paul. 
I, Daniel, 
el, Melchior. 
s Thomas. 
I, Nathan, 
el, John. 



198 ALPHABETICAL LIST OP 

Rusb, James. 

Busli, Fraucis. 

Ru86et, Alexander. 

Rush, WiUiam. 

Rjsli, Thomas, died in York couaty, 1820. 

Kusli, Paul. 

Busk, Jacob. 

Buseel, Robert. 

Russel, William, wounded at the battle of GermaDtown 

April 6, 1802. 
RuBoel, CHptaln. 
IlLi8h,Coiiriid 
Riitledge, Juinea. 
Rutherford, Andrew. 
Rutlierforil, Sumuel. 
Riitter Uoses. 
Ruth, Francis. 
Ryar, Chrlstiiin. 
Ryiin, Andii'w. 
Ryan, Timothy. 

Hyan, James, enlisted November 7, 1775; diacharged JunelS, 
Kyan, Michael. 
Ityan. Miles. 
Ryan, Jolm, ijerfteant. 
Ryan, Jolin. 
Bybiiker, Jiilm, wounded In the service , resitllng in Dover ■ 

sliip. York county, 1807. 
Ryburn, Jiiuies. 
Ilycliey, Robert. 
Kyle, Peter. 
Kyley, Pliilip. 
Ryley, Jlenry. 
Rynear, Nicliolaa. 
Ityneur, Daniel. 
Ryrienrsori, liuiac. 
Ryner, Philip. 
Ryne, George. 

Rynod, Valentine, residiug in Weatmoieland county, 1820. 
Ryon, John. 

Ryon, George, - 

Sucker, Jolin. 
tjacliy, Lieutenant. 
Sacliy, John. 
Sackmnn, Henry. 
Sackmiller, Frederick, 
Sadd, Willittm. 



**"■", Jolro. ■ 
iall,. .' """"el. 

•f'aji), Af.,.,, 

S. Joliii. 

Jo/i,i ,^_ ■ 
■ ''e')nHi-(( 

fo'ni, 
John. 



'■''""tj-, 1825. 



200 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Saunders. Sam paon . 

Saunders, Kumsoii. 

Maunders, Ensifni- 

Saugarat, Joseph. 

Sauodera, Josepb. 

Savall, George. 

Savt^ie, Pitt rick. 

Saville, George. 

SHViiliiii,Mieliael. 

Save! Gooi-ge. 

Savldge, Joloi. 

Bwnti.Caihliiin. 

Baxton, Jolin. 

ttaflor. Jot) II. 

Saybold, Leonard. 

Say pole, Joseph. 

Sax. Andrew. 

Scannell, John. 

Sea vies, Reuben. 

Scaver, Ichubod. 

Sebold, Leonard. 

Sebold, David. 

Sechler, Michael, residing in Lycoming county. 18^- 

Schackler, Frederick. 

Schlesser, John. 

Schofleld, Lieutenant. 

Schouser, Jacob. 

Sclilatter, Godfrey, died in Philadelplila, 1S28. 

Schooley, William. 

Schlatter, John, residing in I^hiftli county, 1626. 

Sclilockei'iDuii Cliristlaii, residing in Uei'ks county. ll£ 

Schalek, Lieutenant. 

Sehrack, David. 

Sch river, Sanniel. 

Schrevlier, StLaatin. 

Schwark, Andrew. 

Sclioofler, Valentine. 

Sell Hey Jacob. 

Schwnker AdHin. 

Schneck, Christian, residing in Berks county, 1828. 

Uchmold, Peter. 

Schnerder James. 

Schrive Frederick. 

Schneider Jiicub, residing in Schuylkill county in 1828, 

Schu JoIni 

SclieSer, Adam. 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 201 

cliade, Henry. 

:*heibler, George. 

shiner, Frederick. 

•hreder, Jacob. 

Jireider, Israel. 

tbinoll, Peter. 

Iiusjer, Nicholas. 

li'veitb, Adam. 

idel, Peter, residing in Ohio, 1824. 

liinrAg, Leonard. 

liiTv^artz, Godfrey. 

fi^rtken, Peter. 

>utt;t, William. 

>uft^t, Aaron. 

., Alexander, residing in Franklin county, 1828. 
;, Matthew. 
;, James. 
;, George. 

»^^ John, residing in the State of Indiana in 1828. 
;, Alexander. 
:, Lieutenant. 
*^t, William, residing in Crawford county, 1816 
ti^t, William, (second.) 
-fct, Nathanie?. 
«Jten, Theodonis. 
tt, Joseph. 

tt, John, resided in Bedford county, 1810. 
t, Samuel, 
t, Thomas. 
', Moses. 
, Oliver. 
, Francis. 

md, Thomas, enlisted 1777 ; wounded at Brandywine and Ger- 
itown; discharged 17b3; residing in Bucks county, 1812. 
se, John, 
rer, Philip Peter. 
•, James, 
on, James. 

er, Matthias, residing in Union county, 1820. 
r, John. 

er, Philip, discharged July 18, 1781 ; died in Philadelphir^ 
', David. 

Christian, residing in Philadelphia county, 1820. 
», John. 



as ALPHABETICAL LIST 0¥ 

Scull, Captain. 
Scull, Wlllmm. 

Si'iiljoum. 

Seamiull, John. 

Seavey. Isaac. 

Searles, Ueorge S. 

Searsli, JameB. 

Sebolt, David. 

S.-biuii, \V 11i;i[Li. 

Seely, Isaac. 

Seely, Captain Isaac, residinff in CuLiberland county, 1812. 

Seepolt, David. 

Swbiijok, NiHIiiiiiiel. 

See me r, Joseph. 

Seehon, ChiisCoplier. 

Seeliaiin, John. 

Seely, Eljfnezer. 

Seely, Michuel. 

Seely, Samuel C, Lieutenant. 

Seely, Samuel, Sr. 

Segler, Peter. 

Sejpir, John, 

Segler, Adam. 

Seider, Henry. 

Seigfried, .liihu. 

SiiiKle, Henry, residing in Northumberland county, 1825. 

Seily, Isiiuc. 

Selly, Cliiirles. 

Setvert Jiuifl), residing in IJerka county, I(t!2. 

Sradeiishliirice Joseiili. 

Seite, I'eler residing In Xortliuutberland comity, ISil. 

Selginger, Nicholas. 

Sellieimer, Nicholas, died In 1»28, in Franklin county. 

Sellers I'mncis, 

iJelBor Joliii. 

Sell. John. 

Selin, Anthony. 

St>ni|>le. William. 

Sen I pie, Itohert. 

Semen), Joseph. 

Senear, John. 

Seneer, Peter. 

Serlas.1, Adiim. 

S.iren, William. 

Serrine, William. 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 208 

Sei-mine, William. 
($^^-^e»nt, William. 
Ser^^^^^^ Tliomas. 
t^r^^M^^i Adam. 

ice, James, enlisted 1776, in commissioners^ department; in 
^^.p^tember, 1776, wounded in leg; in November, 1776, taken 
souer by British dragoons: released in 1777, and rejoined the 
ly; residing in Bedford county, 1806. 
g^ttXcmire, Godfrey, 
sger, John, 
(r, Ilenry. 
^^v^^xlks, Frederick. 
: ranee, Samuel. 
hp-2m.]t, Jacob. i 
S^ ws^rd, Richard. 
i^e-walt, Lewis. 
S«f^xv2»ra, Richard. 
Se»>c:t:on, Micliael. 
St^yL>urn, John. 
Soyler, Yost. 
Sliiide, Ileury. 

Sliacle, John, residing in Cumberland county, 1822 
Slin.\%-, Samuel. 
SluAffer, Andrew. 
Slii^.iig, Matthias. 
SliiUKiiy^ Nicholas. 
Siiiiffer, Antliony. 
2Slii*.i-5>, Thomas. 
^51i5*clt3, Ilenry, Captain^ 
^lii^dtion, Dedlove. 
^iiii.ixl«s. Ensign. 
^Ui«.^v, Ensign. 
•*^li5i.f=reT, George. 
S^Ua.ri:i, William. 
^Ha-tTiier, Peter. 
^Ui\.^Iiier, George. 
^lia.x'p, Andrew. 
^lis-vri.), George, Captain. 
^iia.r"iiles3, Benjamin. 
^Vi^nnon, Samuel. 
Slia.x\', Jacob. 
i^Uarer, Ilenry. 
Sliaeffer, Adam. 
Sharpless, James. 
Sharer, Philip. 



SM ALPHABETICAL LIST OP 

Shatz, nenr;. 

Staatz, JoBt. 

tjhadaker, David. 

Shaw, Jamea. 

Sharp, Henry. 

tjbaniioii, David. 

Shafner, George. 

Shaffer MiclineL 

Shay, Timothy 

ShHWer, Jacob. 

Shndow Henry 

Shan«felt, Nicholas, died in Centre county. 

Shitn'. Daniel. 

tShaddle, £i}v\'ard. 

Shater, Jacob. 

Shafer, Frederick. 

Slianks, Tliomas. 

Shaffer, John. 

Shaffer, Henry. 

Shaw, John. 

Shaw, Icabod. 

Sharp, John. 

Shanilley Jacob. 

Shan ley Michael. 

Shaiidsley, Micbael. 

Shandler, Uobert. 

Shan, James. 

Shane, Casper. 

Shady, Martin. 

Sliaver, Juliii residing In Huntingdon county, 1826. 

Shnw Jlichael. 

SImrron, William. 

Shartzer, Christopher, residing in Lancaster county. 1 

Slmffel', Thotnas. 

Shan I less, John. 

Shawese, John. 

Sliafner. Francis. 

Shane, Casper. 

Shaw, Simon. 

Shaffer Uavid. 

Slieese, Pater. 

Slierrett, Isaac. 

Slrffi-'r Joliu. 

Slier John 

Sliemo, Petfr. 

Slieckler, Jacob. 



REVOLrriONABY UOLDIBBH. 

^heckler, John, 
^lieppard. Philip. 
^Wr, Chaplain. . 
^^JeUcy, Peter. 
Sheeharo, Thomas. 
°l>eppard, Job. 
'Shelley, John. 
^eilds, Caaper. 
'^lerry, Henry. 
'^eets, Ciisper. 
Welmire, John, Captain. 

^bapiwd. Olkf. 
Aanil, Coradliu. - 



8&ofc«i, Patrfck. 

^t^eakmiu), Tbom«fl. reoldlng In Colnmbb coonty, lEffi. ' 

Shee,John. 

*'*«l»i«aer, Peter. 

Sbo«»keB, Fktrick. 

S>»eSl>, WltUam, dtod Qotobn 24, 1818. 

8lx«A-ver, TbonwH. 



^«mL. ChrtoUan. 

Sh^t^rtg, Henry. 

Sli^j^tz, Philip, residing in Montgomery county, 1825. 

She'rfier, Michael. 

Slielton, John. 

Shearer, John. 

Slietz, Peter. 

Sherer, John. 

Sheppjjcd Robert. 

=he«ta, Henry, (second.) 

°be«),a„, Jeremiali. 

°*>«Ppey. Jacob. 

^hertu, John. 

»n«semer. Christian. 

oheeta, Philip. 

Sheifflgj j„Pol,^ discharged at Trenton, July, 1781^ reaiding In 

"Berks county, 1812. 
"•^^PPard, Jacob. 
°h©ota_ Aleck. 
^«lton, Jonathan. 
™«c*Ier, D. Frederick. 
f^ena, Conrad. 
«*». Pnsderick. 



206 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Sliemo, Ilcnrr. 
mietuHii, Jacob, 
t^lieriilun, Jamea. 

Shill..iir,>nl William. 

Siieiirer, Philip. 

Slicrrick, Jxcob. 

Sliertar, CiiBi»er. 

SiielitlnTKcr, Simon. 

KlidiHii, Thomas. 

SIie|i|iy, Eilward. 

Slieitlds, Micliael. 

81ieen>r, .1:icob. 

Sliiiiiclffr, Micliael. 

Shlpe, Henry. 

Hbire, John. 

Shielils, .Toncpli. 

SbielilH, Ca|itiiin. 

Sliimo, rrtcT. 

Sbiclilf, I'ltpr. 

Sliilhamer, Ueorge. 

iShick, (Ji'orite. 

ishin-a, John. 

Shi|>H, JoHP]ih. 

ShitteniTPr, (ioorflre. 

Sliilz. Williiim. 

Sbilz. Ilt'iiry. 

ShIIps, Cii|>tHln, Lipiitennnt. 

ShipUlK, Joint. 

Sliitz, ^'i;iiicia. 

ShIiH', John. 

Sliljip, Uiifliwr. 

Shtix-, .Hmh. 

Shit?.. Ci.nriid. 

ShiU, Jiici'b. 

Sliii-t, Willhim. 

Shitz, Diiiiicl. 

8hlnc, .fnmh. 

Slihine, DniijeJ. 

!jliim|ilc, Jiicob. 

.Shivply, Jacob. 

Sliirk, Jiicob. rfsiding in Franklin county, 1820. 

Shitz, Woolrpy. 

ShiHHhiim, Rnbripl. 

Shilllncfonl, William. ' 

Sbilter, Juliu. 



^>ne, John. 
*^M;.pen, WiUiHm. 
*^l''iver, John. 
^y\vXAa, Uharlea. 
*>liiBli«n, ThotiMia, 
^hlti, citspiir- 
Sliirti, Matlhew. 
Slwiifell. Nitholaa. 
'iiftsfwl, Audrew, reaiding.in Berks county, 1820. 
im)i|e, Cliiii'les. 
^Iilrc, Martin. 
»irely, Jolin. 
Sbfdds, Jamet. 
Sliober, Fnncli. 
Shnidet, Henry. 
SfafMue, Chriatisn. 
i^ne, Jubn, died In Toik coDDty. 
ShoebiwA, PhUip. 
8hocfc, Phdtp. 
Sho^ralter.TJb. 
Sho^, Oeoise. 

Bbovr, John, died In York In 1805. 
&tiow, B«n]amin. 
Sfaoevnaker, Tbomn. 
&ti0^nikir. Henrr. 
Sliooiuaker, Joseph. 
ShOTt, Williani. 
Shoeiniin, Adam. 
Shotts, Liidwig. 
Shoemaker, Ezekiel. 
SUoein»her, t<»muel. 
Blioe maker, Peter. 
Shoemakpr, Daniei. 
SltoaiQer, Viilentine. 
Shfxik, .lohn, Northampton county, 1827. 
Shotts, Tost. 
Shotts, Henry. 
Shour. Sebastian. 
Sliorte, Samnel. 
Shoeni»l(er. Michael. 

Sciiock^'T, Christian, died in 1S25, in Lebanon county 
Shotta. Joseph. 
Shover. Francis. 
ShovBt, Jacob. 
Short, Bichard. 
Short, J««*' 



208 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Shonney, John. 

Shocker, Aclam. 

Slioup, Henry 8r. 

SItrader Philip. 

mioup, l.Lidwif{. 

Bli river .lacoli, 

Shrftwdnr. Philip. 

Shrayer, George, died In Berks county, 1827. 

8Ji river, Fi-ederick. 

Shrunder, Philip. 

Hlireder, Philip. 

Bbriver, Samuel. 

Slireiber Frederick. 

Blirciat, Samuel. 

Shrod Siuniiel. 

Shriner, Jacob. 

Sliuman, William, residing in Clieater county, 162T. 

Shrauder Philip. 

Shroad.Pliillp. 

Shrader, PbiHp. 

Slii'Hder, iBraei. 

Shrott, Sumiiel. 

Sliriner, Clirlstopher. 

Slinbei-t, Jolin, died in 182^, in Philadelphia county. 

Shrup, ,)ohn. 

Shryock, Christian, died in Bedford county, 182C. 

Shuflter, Jolin. 

Shute, Tliomas. 

Shut, Daniel. 

Shute, William. 

Sliutwrt, Jacob. 

Shuster, Andrew, resldinc fn Philadelphia, 1826 

Sliute John 

ShulxTt, Perdiiiaud. 

Shumnay Peter. 

Bhult, Jaoob. 

Shuttell, Daniel. 

Shuborg, Meichior. 

eimltz.Diiniel. 

Sliusler, Ciisppr. 

Shutts, Cliristian. 

Sbima1>arger, Jacob. 

Shuman, Carl. 

ShubHrt, Williara. 

Shuler, Henry, died in Huntingdon county, lfl2S, 

Shugart, Uartio. 



S*uk, Job,, takra!?^'"'"'''"'' ^LDlERs 



i!;'>^'"t, Adam. 

^Jes. Peter. 
^^•JJe. Peter. 

'•«Ier, Jacob, res.dfn • 
'"I*s"n, if. 

«on, Jo„e.,. 
»^et(.n, Peter 

^J^on.flichard 
^*«>n, Captai,,. 

'^^' ^'exander. 
^.Captain. 

^"' Captain. 
'". *>anjuej 

^<"«. John'. 
»"n Jodn. 

'» Nathan iei. 
'-Vol. xiii. 



210 ALPHABETICAL LIST OP 

Slmmona, jHtnea. 

Simonds, Isles. 

idlmoiidB, Janus. 

Sim merman, Stophel. 

8iinoii, Isle. . 

Simpson !Mattliew. 

Simms, WilliaiD. 

Simpson, Jiimes, 

Sinj,'Iew.iinl Stfi>lien. 

Singer, Ileniy. 

Singer, Joliii. 

Sinfileton, Jolin. 

Siiiklar, Andrew. 

Sink, Joseph. 

Silicic, I'eter. 

Sinclair, Andrew. 

Siprll, Fi'edeHclc. 

Sipple, John. 

SIvert, Siimuel. 

Skilion. Joiiiithan, residinft In Bucks county, 1S13. 

Skin, Jolin. 

Skiiner ^iiinuel. 

SkusG, John. 

SkylJ, Jiiines. 

Slatterbiidi 6eorge. 

SlHug liter Houry. 

SliiW, JilTllPa. 

SlaiiKliler, Joseph. 

Slapiwr, Andrew. 

Shtfter, NIcholiis. 

Slauterbach, John. 

Slemons, llobei-t. 

Sleeni, Jiimes. 

SlevoriRlit, John. 

Sleven, Jiimes. 

Sleesemaii. Caaper. 

SliiiKhick, Yost. 

Sliner, Uliristian. 

Sloan, Jolin. 

Slough, wniiam. 

SIouD, Jamea, Sergeant, died in Annatrong county, 1 

Slough, IWnet. 

Sloiie, David 

Slough, Bernard. 

Slutehnm, Anthony, reaiding in York county, 182S. 

Slow, Bariiet. 



»«»««. Peter. " 
«oaai/„rood, David 

^"''' TJ.oa,a3. 
«»»"', Peter. 

"""''. Barnet. 

""», John Sr 
;">. Patrick. 

'^h, Robert. 
^o. Conrad. 

ll' JonatJian B. 
I^n, Joseph. 

''. Moses. * " •=°""tj'. I8I9. 

j^' Matthew, 
■•i Jacob. 
N Micliael. 

Joseph. 

redenck. ^''^««*«'- county, is2S. 

braham. 

'"•• Sergeant. 



S12 ALPHABBTICAlv LIST OP 

Smith, Emanuel. 

Smith, Jolin, priviit«. 

Smith, John, Jr. 

SmitI), ThomHS, (Bret.) 

Smith, Thomas, (second.) 

Smith, Thomiut, (thli-d.) 

Smith, MHtthiHH. 

Smith, James, (Hrst.) 

Smith, James, (second.) 

Smitli, William, (second.) 

Smith, Hugh. 

Smith, t'rancia. 

Smith, Daniel. 

Smith, Laurence. 

Smith, .LiiiK^f lesi.lingin Perry county, ISi*. 

Smith, Christiiiti. 

Smith, Peter, (necond.) 

Smith, John, (llrst,) residiDK in Lancaster countj'. 

Smith, Jolin, (second.) 

Smith, John, (first, third, and second.) 

Smith, Valent. 

Smith, Willis. 

Smith, Terrence. 

Smith, ViUeDtiiie. 

Smith, Georfte. 

Smith, John, (third.) 

Smith, Jeremiah. 

Smith, Nicholas. 

Smith, Christophei'. 

Smitli, Jolin, (fli'st and second.) 

Smith, Alexander. 

Smith, John, (fifth.) 

Smith, .lolm, (ninth.) 

Smok, Daniel. 

Smock, Pliilip. 

Smytli, Robert. 

Smyth, Mattliias. 

Smyth, Philip. 

Smyth, Jo!m. 

Smyth, Lieutenant. 

Snaix'l, John. 

Snatterly, Henry. 

Snerdee, Lieutenant. 

Sneider, Jacob. 

Snerdee. John. 

Snellbecker, John. 



BEVOLUTIOSAKY SOLDIERS 



8nell, Jumea. 
Sneering, George, 
I ftieed, W\mam. 
Bneyd, William. 

Sneide, James. 
Snider, George. 
Soiner, Jiicolt. reaiding in Fhiladelpbia. iKiG. 

Snider, Joliu. 

Snider, Henry. 

Snoble, John. 

Snyder, John, reaiding in Union county, 1H18. 
■Snyder, George. 
^Oyder, Henry. 
S»»yder, Gerard. 
^"Vder, Jacob. 

*iyder, Detriek, residing in Schuylkill county, 1828, 
*»>yder, Adam. 
*•> yder, Cliristopher, 
f*^tiii, David. 
•*>l«aions, Henry. 
«»>[i,John. 
-Olter, John. 
olger, Stephen. 
■olcmon, John. 
**l«mon, William. 
*>Dimer, Jacob. 
"•^^nerville, William, 
^ovnmers, Ensign. 
>«*xib1. John. 
5o»T[, Michael. 
■*OKli, Michael. 
Soi-qny, John, 
Southerland, William. 
Southard, Thomas. 

Southard, Henry. 

So»ith, John. 

Soucer, Jacob. 

'ioii, David. 

Spangenherg, John, died in Northampton county. 

^PRTks, George. 

^PaORler, PhUip. 

"parks, Diggory. 

°P«Oele, Zachariah. 



214 ALPHABETICAL LIST OP 

Sporllnff, John. 
HpaDgler, Charles, 
tjpude, Joliti. 
Spanevell, Ltaac. 
■K[)arr, llichiinJ. 
Hparrow, William. 
Sparrow, Stephen. 
Sparen, John. 
tJparkB, Richard. 
SpHiildinK. John. 
Spencer .Inmea. 
Speer, Edward. 
Spearing, John. 
8i>eKe!, Jneiit). 
Speedy, William. 
Speigel, Leonard. 
Bpeigel, Lawrence. 
Spence, Jamea. 

Si*rfy, Gcoiut;. 

Spevy, Jacob. 

Spear, John. 

Speer, Edward. 

Speeliiig, MiiJinel. 

Speteay, Michael. 

Spencer, William. 

H|)e«se, Edwiki'd. 

Spellesey Michael. 

tjpeer John Captain. 

Spencer, John. 

Spencer, Samnel. 

Sperowl, John. 

SlTtibrooli, Jiiliti. 

Bpence, George. 

Spence, John. 

Speare, William. 

Spence, James, reaidinff in Indiana county, 1828. 

Specht, Adam. 

S|(eer Jiilai. 

Spey Thnothy. 

Speocer 

Spicer John. 

Spinner Simon. 

Spice r, Samuel. 

Spicer, William. 

Spine, James. 



REVULUTIONAKY SOLDIERS. 2I6 



Spil^^'^^^^f John. 

Spid^r^ Jacob. 

Spie^-* Jacob. 

Spi^^?^^9 Henry. 

Spir-««i John. 

SpolBii, Captain. 

Si>oliii, John, Captain. 

Spooner, Cal. 

Spolcna, John. 

SporB£, John Leonard. 

S|K>^:tst, Frederick. 

Spotts, John P. 

Spotts, Jacob. 

Sproat, William. 

Sproat, Lieutenant. 

Sproaty James. 

Springer, William. 

Springer, Philip. 

J^prouts, John. 

Sprowl, John. 

Spreket, William. 

Sprackett, Thomas. 

Spyker, Colonel. 

^^PJker, Henry. 

Spy, Timothy. 

Spyeer, Samuel. 

Squires, Robert. 

Srutzer, Simon. 

Srudge, Patrick. 

Standley, Marshall. 

Stacker, Lewis. 

Stake, Jacob. 

Staples, Samuel. 

Staples, John. 

Stamper, Joseph. 

Stay, John. 

Standley, Francis. 

Standley, Lieutenant. 

Stanly, John. 

Stanly. Peter. 

Standley, Peter. 

Stan wood, (Charles. 

Stahl, John, residing in Union county, 1826. 

Stall, George. 

Statenber;:, George. 



216 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Stake, Joho. 

StHuffer, Henry, residing In Somerset couiity in lti22. 

Stayner, Captain. 

Utay, lieutenant. 

Stiindley, William. 

StagDei', Roder, Uaptain, residitiK in MilHiii county, 1!>28. 

StadUle, Captain. 

Btaiidley, Iticliiird. 

St;iil<llc. C:iiii>lian. 

StagK, Freman. 

Htiilile, Jacob, residing in Lancastei' county, 1IS24. 

Starret, Joiiatlinii. 

Stamjier Cluirles. 

Stargus, Jiifjtis. 

Stun), Jaliu. 

Stall, William. 

Ktark, Joseph. 

Htage, William. 

Ktaplftoii, William. 

Starr, Elijah. 

Stagft, Benjamin. 

Stagft, -lolin. 

.^taufonl, Itobert. 

.Staterioy, John. 

StHHJcr .Ion lis, 

Stackliouse, Francis, (Ifer, enlistt-d ITTd ; rusldingin Bucks c 

1SI3. 
tStadlemnn, John. 
!^U1I, Adam. 
Stalling, Thomas. 
Star, Martin. 
Stafford, Jolin. 

Statzer, Uavid, died in Berks county, ]»25, 
St. Cliiir, Daniel. 
St. Cliiir, Arthur. 
St. Cliiir. (ieneral. 
St. Clair, Andrew. 
Steinford, Ballzer. 

Steed, James, residing in Huntingdon county, ante 1828. 
Stewart, (.'olonel. 
Stewart, James. 
SU'lle, Iltfnry. 
Stevenson, Nathaniel. 
Sti-veiiHon, George. 
Stewart, William, residing in Washington county, Maryla 

Mm. 



BEVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 217 

{^^^^1 , William. 

St«^^^' John, 
j^^^virastrt, George. 

8t€'i>^^®"' John, 
g^^^ <«%r s^rt, David. 

St^*^^^^* John. 

^l^^'V'^naon, Stephen. 

j^l^^^v^i-t, James, residing in Adams county, 1824. 

Ste^^«» Isaac. 

j^l^^^»l ^ John, residing in Lancaster county, 1819. 

^^^;^c1e, James. 

St^e i ^('Inian, Peter, enlisted as teamster, 1778 ; residing in Lancaster 

c^>unty, 1808. 
StC'it:^* Henry. 
St.«>^"^"son, James. 
S;te^v«rart, Francis. 
Stc^ll^ John. 
St<?i>l>enson, Stephen. 
Sto^&d, John. 
Sterling, I^vi, Sergeant. 
Stewart, Alexander. 
Ste^^-jirt, William. 
Steelnian, Diivid. 
Ste^-ard, Joseph. 
Stephenson, Staple. 

>teeii, Edward, residing in Kentucky in ISiio. 
^teel, James. 
'»terrett, James. 
teel, Abniham. 
te veils, George, 
teveiis, William. 
evens, Thomas, 
evens, Edward. 
eni|)le, William, 
evens, William, (second.) 
t?icliiij(er, John, 
^itilieiser, CFiristopher. 
*el^ Lieutenant. 
el. Ensign, 
plienson, George. 

V>lienson, James, residing in Ohio, 1827. 
ele. Peter, residing in Luzerne county, ISOO. 
wart, Christopher, 
its, Henry. 
^de, James, 
irart, Walter, Colonel. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST Or 



SU'iv;ud, James. 
Stevorgtit, John. 
Steaver, Duniel. 
MWnlilser, Doubtful. 

Stewiirt, Charles, 

SteveiiBon, W Jliam. 

Stemple, BvnjatniD. 

Steever, Duniel. 

Sterret,Joiiathi>n. 

Stencliisoii, John. 

Ijteel, James, (second.) 

.SteWiirt, Jjimes. 

Stephenson, John. 

Steiihenson, Joseph. 

Steel, John, Captain. 

Stewart, Hiigli. 

Stevenson, William, (second.) 

Steel, William. 

Stevens, John. 

Steiger, Abraliam. 

Stem, Frederick. 

Stehihelser, John. 

Steinheiser, Christopher, died in Lancaster county. 

Stepheson, John Hen'. 

Steward, .John. 

Stewart, George, reniding in l.tizerne county, IHLT 

Steplienson, William. 

Stewart, .lohn. 

Stevens, John. 

Steele, Captain. 

Stewart, David. 

Steward, Cliarles. 

Steward, Thomas. 

Steel ey, Jacob. 

Stewart, James, (second.) 

Stewart, Arthur. 

Steel, Francis. 

Steurney John. 

Steidenger John. 

Stein, Peter. 

Stein, Frederick. 



BEVOLUTIONABY SOLDIERS. 219 

Sieplien, Greorge, (second and first.) 

Stedtford, Gan-et. 

^^tepliens, John. 

8tee ver, Daniel, residing in Dauphin county, 1826. 

8tieiiuiger, Leonard. 

Stil€fs, Job. 

Still waiter, Pliilip. 

Still vir»gon, Frederick, died in Montgomery county. 1825. 

Stille, Edward. 

Stir ill son, Joseph. 

St ii 11^1, Matthias. 

Still sen, David. 

Stive? !•, Michael. 

Stielcl«, Valentine. 

St. Jolni, John. 

Stoif^ , George. 

Stoy ^ ^ John. 

Stoy , John. 

Stoy » David, residing in Somerset county, 1817. 

fe'tolwc^ly. Captain. 

Stoi-xfc, David. 

Stot^sbury, John. 

iStou't, Peter. 

Stc>t>- John. 

SLot tmer, James. 

SLoi~y> Robert. 

StoVs^^ly* Neliemiali, Captain. 

St od le, Captain. 

Stoii^r, John. 

St, o X ^ «r» Jacob. 
St,out, Ilarman. 
Stone, Battis. 
Stakes, Robert. 
StoTie, Balser. 
Stone, Allen. 
Stone, Richard. 
Store, Allen. 
Stoner, Captain. 
Stout, Captain. 
Stocicel, Forrance. 
Story, Samuel. 
Stone, John. 
Stoneloreaker, Adam. 
Stoner, John, Captain. 
Stocls^dale, Terence. 
Stotterer, Jacob. 



S20 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

8tope, John. 

titoay, Peter. 

Stoiile, Henry. 

IJtoner, Jauob. 

Stock iiiiiii, Andretr. 

Siout, Uriiison. 

tiioltsbury. Captain. 

Stiiver, N ichulas. 

istuver, Vitlentiiie, reBidinn in Centre count;, 1828. 

Stoll. Adiini. 

Stoll, Andrew, residing in Bucks county, 1S22. 

^iLokts, Cai.ititLii . 

Stout man Jolm. 

Slorne, John. 

Storey, James. 

Stoii Vile Nicliolas. 

Stotter Jnlm. 

Stockton, Ktcliard 

Stoucli, Andrew. 

Straw, Nicholas. 

Stroud, Jacob. 

Strieker, Jacob. 

Strieker, John. 

Strait wood, Moses. 

Strowell, Henry. 

iiitritlen, Abraham. 

Strieker, John. 

Stretcher, Jacob. 

Stringer, Conrad. 

Stroiifi, Captain. 

Stnii>9, John. 

Street, Ueujamin. 

Strieker, Juhn. 

StrouB, George. 

Stronss, Did. 

Stroua, Jacob. 

Struble, Frederick. 

StreedeflnBer, Adam. 

Stranjie, Adam. 

Sirattim, .Tonatlian. 

Strojier, William. 

StioliI, Peter, residing In Northampton connty, 1826. 

Stni'i>er, John. 

Streeiwr, Leonard. 

Strumk. Jacob. 

Streei)er, John. 



!»--'• 

Stratir- «'»■■/. 

•Sf^ "". Wpury 

•S(^,^*:««f. Adam, 

it-," "'^av/d. 



8S2 ALrHABETICAL LIST OP 

Stun^n, Bobert, Serneant, residiDg in Dauphin county. 

Sturgeon, Bobert. 

tjtubart, William. 

SturguH, Joseph. 

Stuart, Charles. 

Btuddle, Edward. 

SCuai-d, William. 

Stumj), George. 

SturRUS, John. 

Stuigus, Joseph, (second.) 

Siiaiidcr Ariiim. 

Such, Benjamin. 

Such, Williiim. 

Suciler, Georse. 

Sueen;, Jiimes. 

Suetgy, Henry. 

Suitzer, Jacob. 

Suill, Saronel. 

Sullivan, John, residing tn Bedford county, 1806 

Sullivan, Martin. 

Suit, David. 

Sularoan, Thomas. Ensign. 

Sullivan, Micliael. 

Snllevan, James. 

Sulian, Tliomas. 

Sullivan, I>awience. 

Sullevan, Daniel. 

Sullevan, Feter. 

Sullier, Steiilien. 

Sullivan, Daniel. 

Suley, Ca|)tain. 

Sullivan, Thomas. 

Summer, Thomas. 

Summer, Mattliew, Captain. 

Summer, Andrew. 

Sumney, Sikmuel. 

Summers, Lieutenant. 

Sumerville, Wil&am. 

Summers, Philip. 

filiinticr, Thomna. 

Summers, Martin. 

Suuday, Adam. 

Sunday, Jacob. 

Sunkle, Jacob. 

Sunleter, John. 



RETOI.UTIONABr SOLDISBS. 

*^»itiil\e, Alexander. 
*«tiitt. Johii. 
flitter. John. 
•^"Mng, Andrew. 

Suich, (ieurKe, residing in Perry county, 1S21. 
^ih.r, Jitniea. 
Motion, John. 
'^lor, ^amea, (second.) 
-Suter, Lieutenant. 
'lutcli, GeoTKe. 
hotter, JtitneB. 
Sutlierlaiid, Wtlliam. 
tfutter, John. 
- Swagw, Adam. 
Swain, BdwwFd. 
Swartsbotuer, Ghriitbui. 
tt^rarbgham. Captain. 
S^^anhiaer, Cbiiitlan. 
Swan, Timothy. 
Swan, Captain. 
'*^««tt, Andnw. 
ti^w».l), George. 
3waKtE,£Iiaa. 
, Sw^axti, Oodfr«r> 
S'waiiBon, Gunner. 
S-w-i*i,ia^ Edmond. 
Swant. Uhriatian. 
f^^vMiine, Jolin. 
®w«P, George. 
Swarta, Elins. 
Swank, Frederick. 
^waitz. Christian Godfrey, 
°»*^artz, Jacob, 
awanbergpr. Christian. 
ow-a 



J*«rtz. Jolm. 

^vartegn. Henry, 
^^artz, Philip. 
«WaV>^^ Henry, 
^^■^^i-tz. Henry. 

^^^ai-tj, Peter, residing in Norlhumberlaml county, 1821 
^«^*> , Ertwarf. 






*»Br«r, -Tohn. 
■***«, SamueL 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OIT 



SwHii, .InsliiiA. 
Swearitifreii, Captain. 
B weeny, (-Hptaiii. 
Bwearb iKhMiu Andrew. 
Sweetly John 
Sweeney, .lamtfs. 
Sweeny, Iwmc. 
Swetluiul, Luke. 
Swliik, Frederick. 
Swift, Siiiiiuel. 
SwcKil.iiKl, Clirlstian. 
Swonllis, .Ii>liii. 
Sybert, AdiUM. 
Syler. Yiwl. 
Sylia, Siiniiiel. 
Syiier, Tliomas. 
Taddclier, Ileiiry. 
TajWiirt, DeriniH. 
Tuffpiit, William. 
TrtRRurd, I'i.tt, 
TaRue. I'atiick. 
TajtRart, I'iihii^k. 
TaRiirt, Tliouiiis. 
Talhart, Siniiiifl. 
Tallh-t. .leivniiali. 
TaHKit.Saiiiii.-l. 
TrtllM>t. CaptJiiii. 
TilllM>t. -Maj..r. 
Talkeiitiiie, Stt^iilien 
Tame, .)i)1iti. 
Taiiley, Jolin. 
Tanner, Jaenli. 
Tanni'i-, William. 
Tallin, Julin. 
Ta|.vvcll, William. 
Tate, Ailain. 
Tate, llulK'it. 
Tawksi>u, .l.ilm. 
Taylor, .Inlni, (senond.) 
Taylor, WilliaTn, dragoon. 
Taylor, .l.«e|.l.. 
Tuyloi. William, [secoml.) 
Taylor, IVter. 
Taylor, -lainen. 
Tayne, Tniiotliy. 
Taylor, Cliarles. 



BEVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 226 

»ylor, Isaac. 
i.y lor, Samuel. 
ft y lor, SiniQu. 
i.y lor, Elias. 

*, Nicholas, 
mrd, William. 
U Josliua. 
\ William. 
', John. 
. Adam. 
.s, Frederick. 
.s«.ru, Jacob. 
^fiPc?nback, Philip. 
*s«n, Jacob. 
>«n. Hugh, 
l^kser, Fi-ederick. 
m^^ John. 
11- 

i-»pler, George. 
I pie, Archelaus. 
iple, Benjamin, 
iple, Robert, 
ipleton, Matthew, 
eny, William, 
sey, Micliael. 
inyson, Joseph, 
nis, William. 
E? I >le, Luke. 
-s^iriy, Nathan. 
kr*x"ry, Daniel. 
t?-x*ner, Thomas. 
I ^ ^yer, James. 
^r-'t. rick, George. 
'*»^%jvbinger, Henry. 
•li«tcher, Obediah. 
'lisitcher. Josh. 
71iatcher, Thomas. 
:'tierr, William. 
"heplar, William, 
^iielmire, George. 
^heller, George. • 
^liiffiier, George. 

^iiotnson, Thomas, died February 12, 1810, in Maryland. 
^Iiomjison, John. 
^Honapson, Andrew, 
^bompson, William. 
15-VoL. XIII. 



'm ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Thorntoo, John. 

Tliompsoii, Jamos. 

Thompson, Edward. 

Tliomas, John. 

ThoDiHS, Ezckiel, Serseant. 

ThomiMon, Holiert. 

Thotnas, Jjimes, residing in Hart county, Kentucky, 1827. 

Thornton, Suniuel. 

ThomHs, Evans. 

Thomas, IXtvid. 

ThoriKlJtcli. Andrew. 

Tliomiison, .John, residing in Mercer county, 1818. 

Thomieou, Jolin, (second.) 

Thompson, David. 

Thompson, Egtuphias. 

Thomas, Josepli. 

Tliornbury, Francis. 

Thompson, Tiiomaa. 

Tliomiisnn, Lambert. 

Thomiisoii, George. 

Thornhill, Richard. 

Thomas, Iletxr. 

Tliornlmry, Fiederick 

Thom|KH>n, BenJHmin. 

Thomi>3on, .Joseph. 

Thomiffion, Isaiah. 

Thomas. Grillllh. 

Tliomiis, Sainiit'l. 

Thomas, Jonathan, 

Tliomas, Alexander. 

Thomas, George. 

Thom;is, Itichard. 

Thornell, Robert. 

Thornell, Joseph. 

Thornell. Israel. 

Th»m|>son, i'eler. 

Thomas, James. 

Thompson, Riiel. 

Thorn iwxm, Samuel. 

Tliominuin, Rictmrd. 

Tliorp, Andrew. 

Thompson, Alexander. 

Thornton, Herman. 

Thorn i>son, Eltenezer. 

Thomas, Edward. 

Til resell, Joseph. 



:*°. Captal,. 
"i »"Ila«,. 

^' James. 
«. Be„„. 
"; IViUiaa. 
". 'flil/am 

Jacob. 
3d Ward, 
"drew, 
hn. 

'aptain. 

-'^eoijaj,. 

■'IHam. 

mes. 

ohji. 

d, 

iliiam. 



228 ALPHABETICAL LIST OP 

Tonner, William. 

Tooniey, John. 

Toops, t.eo»ard. 

To|ilmin Daniel. 

Toppings, John, 

Tottins, Jolm. 

Touiiley Jleiiry. 

Touniishend Tliomas. 

Townaend, IsAac. 

Townsend, Williftm. 

Towiisend, Jamea, 

Townaend, Uliurles. 

Townsend, Thomas. 

Townaend, Solomon. 

TownBend, Coleman. 

To;, Benjamin. 

Toy, James. 

Traut, Lawrence. 

Tracy, John. 

Track, John. 

Tracy, Thomas. 

TniiiJCL, JvIqi, residing in Chester county, 1619. 

Travis, Joseph. 

Trayer, Peter, 

Traver, Joseph. 

Tr:iy .Marlin. 

Ti:u'\ Jficiil., 

TriiymoD, Michael. 

Traiior, Mictiael. 

Tracy, Jamea. 

TiauHhler llfiiry. 

Trexler, Peter. 

Trexler, Jonathan. 

Treese, Jolm. 

Tredel, Robert. 

Treisback, Yost. 

Treker, Peter. 

Treacy, Julm. 

Treit, Henry. 

Tredel, Charles. 

Tresell, Joseph. 

Trister, Richard. 

Tii^idfT Itiivid. 

Tried, Jacob. 

Trick, Samnel. 

Tries, Jolm, died in Huntingdon county, 1825. 



BSYbLJUnONABY SOLDIBBS. 229 



^taiai Geoisie. 
^^>Wer« Lieatenaiit. 
«hp|4e, Cupar. 
^nUis, Frederick, 
'^^^mer, Geocys. 
iWveit, MkshML 
3Wmt, Balthons. 
^'OQtinan, Giptaln. 
^W»il^, Henry. 
^£^wbridge, BeoJamin H. 

JJ«''«cel, Jacob. 
rroxeU, John. 
£^"^«p, Jacob, 
ip, Daniel. 
umbuU, Giptaln. 

up, JcflM. 

y^ ^mpt Abraham, 
^^^^^^laadeal, Jamee. 
caadale, James. 
I, John. 

', Gtooige. 
, John D. 
^x'^, Adam. 
X»Un, WJllUun. 
, Epbndm. 
; Andrew, Seiseant. 
^16, Feter. 
■^Icestone, Manly. 
ker, Henry, 
bs, Samuel, 
or, Captain, 
or, George, Major, 
or, George. 
^ert, John, 
^ide, Jonathan. 
Xin^. Captain. 
1 li Bichard. 
^-» 11, Hichmond. 
*^lly, James. 
^DJbily, John, 
cicubelty, JohD- 
^ua-nbnll, Cliarles, 
^«rner, Francla. 
i,^«^er,John. 
-"^^^rn, John. 



L 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 



Turner, Henry. 
Turner, Patrick. 
Turner, Michael. 
Turner, TboDias Y. 
Turner, William. 
Tumey, Henry, 
Turbett, Jamos. 
Turpentine, Miuily, 
Turner James. 
Turk, John 
Turner, David. 
Turr, Woodbury. 
Turr, AUevy. 
Tustice, Tbomaa. 
TuBton.Tlioinas. 
Tuttle, Uaiikli. 
Tustice, Jolm. 
TuUn, William. 
Tweedy, William. 
Twibald, William. 
Twiner, James. 
TwiRB, David. 
Tyeon, Jonatban. 
Tye, "Williiuu. 
Tyler, Nathaniel. 
Tylet, Moees. 
Tyr*re, Jauaes. 
TJdre, Major 
Ulill CliTJBtian. 
Uhl, Christian. 
Uhry, Henry. 
Ulett, Samuel. 
UUick, John. 
Uaick, Frederick. 
Uju stead, Abraham. 
llnouKh, George. 
Unrne, GeorRe. 
Uiikleback, Matthew. 
Updegrovfl, Isaac. 
Upton, Eliaa. 
Upton, Michael. 
U|)ti);t^r Jacob. 
UptiRrove, John. 
Upton John. 
Ualier, John. 
Utley, SamueL 









trtt 

IT 



V^i 



2f(i 




^:s."^-"'- 




V^S**". John • 

^r^^^lt, John. 

V-» !^:?'''^'"^e. Henry 

account, jHeob. 
vi^Sf ". Jot'- 



S8S AE.PHABETICAL LIST OF 

Vanwhye, Ileiios died In Ftiilitdelpliia county. 

Van Brimer, Abraham. 

Vandercremel, John. 

VnnoBter, James. 

Vamer, Philip. 

Yartz, John. 

Vauge, John. 

Yaughen, Cornelius. 

YauKhan, Tliomas. 

Yeasey, John. 

Vechty, Henry. 

Yeech, Henry. 

Yeers, William. 

Yasey, John, residing in Ai'metrong county, 1821. 

Veland, Michael. 

Veman, Job. 

Yerner, Peter. 

Yernon, Fredericli. 

Yernon. 

Yernon, Robert, residing in Mifflin county, 1809. 

Yertz, John. 

Yernon, John. 

Yergeaoii, Daniel. 

Yersey.C'H plain. 

Yeraey, Jolm, 

Yester, William. 

Yia, John. 

Yicliira, John. 

Yickir, William. 

Yictorius, Frederick. 

Yiland, Michael. 

Yincent, Corneliua. 

Yincent, Duntel. 

Yincent, Peter. 

Viney, Pattan. 

Yirian, Everhnrd. 

Yirgin, David. 

YoRht. George, residing in Schuylkill county, 18S4 

Yon Heer, Barth. 

Von Ileer, Captain. 

Voolever, God 11 p. 

Vorris, Alliert. 

WaHflner, Godfried. 

Waby, MatthiHs. 

Wachter, Antony. 

Wack, Frederick William. 



RBVOLUnOXAUY SOLDIERS. 



Wnddle, William 
Waddeik, John. 
Waddle, George. 
Wadin, John. 
Wade, William. 
Wade, Sylvanua. 
Wadaell, Genit. 
Wagnor, John. 
Wngrierd, John. 
Wagle, Charles. 
Waicle, Henry. 
Wagner, UaBtian, 
WaRiier. Daiiie]. 
V^Agg, Joiih 
Wiiftgoner, Andrew. 
Wagouer, Daniel. 
Wagoner, John. 
Wagoner, Michael. 
Waggoner, Caspar. 
Wagie, Philip. 
Waggoner, Philip, 
Waistc<iat, JiwI. 
WiildniRht, .IiiOTb. 
Waidnight, Martin. 
Waker, John. 
^Viillierl, CciirKf. 
W;illoii. l!<-rij!iniin. 
AViUker. Williiiui. 
^VLilkPi-, J.)si-|.)i. 
^Valker, Diivid. 
AViilters, Aiitliony. 
AViilkfi-, AiuhfW. 
^V.ill;ice, Kdward. 
IVitlkci'. .[nines. 
Wiillacf, TlioninH. 
Walker, Ki>l*rl. 
Wallate, Joiiatliao. 
Wain, NMcliolas. 
Wiilter, (,'onrad. 
Wuliicr, Uountd. 
Willi. John. 
Wiillace. James. 
Wallers, Jacob. 
Walker, Andrew. 
Wallace. Kiciiani. 
Wallace, Charles, residing ii 



S8i ALPHABETICAL LIST OB 

Walker, John. 
Wairney, John. 
'Walb, Jacob. 
Walton, Isaac. 
Walton, Edward. 

Walts, Jolm. t 

Walts, Francis. 
Willlei- Juoul). 
"Will II I. liner Pliilip. 
Walker, Captain. 
Wallace, Benjamin. 
Wallace, John. 
Waldon, William. ' 
Walsh, John. 
Walker, Patrick. 
Wallick. Christian. 
Wallace, John, (second.) ■ 
Wiild.'K'-i- Jjinien. 
Walton, Benjamin. 
Walks, CIiriBtlan. 
Wiilter Jiicob. 
"W»ltera, Thoma.s. 
"WHlkenson Amoa. 
Wttll«t, Joniili 
Wullaw, Michael. 
Wall ice, Jumes. 
Wall, Juhn. 
Wall, Isaac. 
■WalLmi .Tjuhps. 
Walborne, Mardinous, 
Walbonie, Andreas. 
WalUce, William. 
Wallace, Michael. 
Wiildin Jaciib. 
. 'Will lace, Charles. 
Wall, George. 
Walter, John. 
Watt man Lewis. 
Waltz, Frederick. 
Walhnrn, Major. 
Walker, Edward. 
Walsl', Jo8?i>h, Corporal. 
Walboiirn, Major. 
Walker, Michael. 
Walter, Samuel. 
Walker, Samuel, (second.) 



BEVOLUTIONARY 80LDIEBS. 

IFollEer, Joaepb, Corporal. 
IVaXsb, Enoch. 

Waits. Hicbael, residioK in Daupliin count;, 1828. 
Wftlli Geoffte, (second.) 
^a.lCon, John. 
1^a.EMie, George. 
^j^^Kxamaker, William. 
W'ukrKdel, John. 
n'tAX-*!. Bernard. 
nra»T-d, John. 
Wa^x^T Francis. 
W'x»r«* Thomas. 
.'CT^M.rd. Daniel. 
VVai>l> Ichabod. 
^VAi-den, Joseph. 
Vir».rd. ■William. • 

^V£»r<] , Ttiomas, residing; in Union county, 162S. 
^Vs*x-i»er, Henry. 
W^.mer, William. 
■W"aa.nier, Michael. 
■W**!-^, Charles. 
~%V"a^.x-iier, Isaac. 
W i^mer, Jacob. 
'^^^x&rden, Jeremiah. 
"%Va».rlcliiger, Felix. 
■^Vsarria, Christian. 
^*V ifcr^rick, Christian. 
"^V"a*rTen, Joseph. 
"^V s*rren, Abraham, 
"Maimer, John. 
"^V"a.r«ier, Philip. 
'VSr m.-wKter, Michael. 
"WTtM-mer, Thomas, 
"^^siriington, Charles. 
^^ *«■«!, George Washington. 
^^a-r«i, Geoi^. 
^V'a.i-d, Joseph. 
>V»».«-ton, William. 
^^»*^well, Jerviaa. 
^'^»>.^liington, Captain. 
^Va^t, Captain. 
1 Wa.^n, Samuel. 

I ^^fc^nei, Jerrlas. 

I "Wa.Hhington, Geoi^. 
I 'W«tfall, James. 
I "Wifctson, James, (aecoud.) 



289 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

WattB, Frederick. 

WnUre, James, served four years; wounded in service; residiu 

in Somerset couuty, 1807. 
Waters, Jacob, residinfc in Westmoreland county, 1826. 
Waters, John, residing in Ftiiladelplila, 1828. 
Watklns, Robert. 
Watson, William. i 

Waterson, John. 
Watson, Benjamin. 
Watson, .Samuel. 
Watt. James. 
Watts, Daniel. 

Watts, Sitmuel, residiug lu (Jheater county, 1811 
Watt8nn,^muel. 
Watt, William. 

Watter, Jacob. ■ 

Wattson, John. 
Watson, Benjamin, (second.) 
Watson, Jacob. 
Watson, JoLii. 

Watson, William, residing In Huntingdon county, 1821. 
Watsen, JoIjii. 

Way. John. reKtdiug in Alleglieny county, IKID. 
Weaver, John. 
Weaver, Benjamin. 
Weakful, John. 
Weavour, Colonel. 
Weaver. Jacob. 

Weaver, Albright, residing in Pliiladeliihia, IMIT 
Weaver, Cawiwir. 

Weaver, Jacob, residing in AdainH county, 1824. 
Weaver, Henry, 
Weavel, George. 
Wead, Maurice. 
Weaver, IVter. 
Weaver, Michael. 
Weatlier, William. 
WeatliersiMmn, William. 
Weaver, Adam. 
Weatherly, William. 
Weaver, Geoi-ge. 
Weaver, Baltzer. 
Weatherly, Matthew. 
Weaver, Albright. 
Weaver, Tliomas. 
Weaver, I*liill|.. 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIEBS. 



?«»▼«, John D. 
w*«y, John, 
^e^ter. John, 
^"bster, Hugh. 
7«bb, Hufrh. 
^ebber, William. 
^•fetister, John B. 
eber, John, resiili 
. 'Vebhvr, Nathtmiel. 
^/^'(Jbster, Jumes. 
.•Pel)!*, Captain. 
'I'ecJetstone, Adam. 
'*"e^t»le, George, 
^le-^tlilngton, William. 
^^^V>le, John. 
"'le-^^lcs.John. 
w'^^'^k:. John. 
^''«*«-l<:s, George. 
"^^ "Stney, Christian. 
"^^ S <^ man, John, Lieutenant. 
W^="^clman, John 0. 
"^=^^t?«3man, John, private. 
^^^ ^Stle, Christopher. 
^■^sx lial, Daniel. 
^■^^ i«3.man. Geor^. 
^ ^^ i*^2ell, Caspar. 
^ ^^i«:zell, Jacob. 
^^^ it land, John, 
'^^^^l^aen, Colonel. 
^^ -^4 t-zel. Captain. 
^^ ^^S^", Henry. 
^^^ «^ * *Jman, John. 
*~ «:* i »s, Frederick, 
^^^^i^r, Benjamin. 
^^"^i»er, Philip. 
™' ^^iser, Samuel. 
^*^ «si <lman, Matthias. 
^^**K».r, Cornelius. 
'^"«?ii, John. 
^^" ^SwJneeRht, Martin. 



'v-. 



itsa, Henry. 



^V'^lglitner, Peter, 
^^^^insnil, John. 
yv^^ taert, Jacob. 

>W-el«h,john. 

'MTelcb, William. 



S»B ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Wells, Enoch. 

Welsh, Mnrk. 

Welsh, Patrick. 

Weller, John, residing In Lancaster county, 1823. 

Welsh, James. 

Welsli, Thomas. 

Welsh, John. 

Weller, Henry. 

Welch, John. 

Wells. lUclmrd. 

Weioli Peter 

"Wellinglflii, I^ieutenant. 

Wells, Heuben. 

Wells, Thomas. 

Wells, KInimell. 

Welden. Patrick. 

Welker, Jacob. 

Welcli, Thomas. 

WeiU, Michael. 

Wells, Isaiah. 

Wells, Cliristian. 

Welaliance, William. 

Wells, James. 

Welch, Lewis. 

Weils, Edward. 

Welh, Stepiien. 

Wells, John. 

WellcoU, David. 

Weltch.John. 

Weltman, Frederick. 

Welsh, Edward 

Weivlck Jacob. 

Welch, .Tospph. 

Weltoer, Ludwlg. 

Welty Jolai. 

Weltner Colonel. 

Welsh, Patrick. 

Wendt, Frederick, residing in Union comity, 182C 

WentE, Abraham. 

Wendt, Diiniel. 

Wenn, Patrick. 

Weiice, Captain. 

Wentwoith, Daniel. 

Wentworth, Alpheiis. 

Wensyl, Jolin. 

WeriUel, John. 



BEVOLUTIOXARY SOLDIERS. 289 



"Wentz, Jacob. 

l^eont, Jacob. 

TVerden, Colonel. 

"Wert, George. 

iVerts, Jacob. 

"Werner, Jacob. 

^Werner, John. 

"West, Joseph. 

West, Captain. 

West, John. 

Wesner, Jacob, fifer. 

West, Thomas. 

West, William. 

Westcoat, Joel. 

Westcoal, Joseph. 

Westerberger, John. 

West, Peter. 

Wethknecht, Martin. 
Weston, Edmund. 
Wetzels, Captain. 
Wetstone, Balzer. 
Wetterhold, Michael. 
Wetterhold, Peter. 
Wettyler, Jacob. 
Wetsler, Caspar. 
Wevil, George. 
Wevill, Caleb. 
Weyee, John. 
Weyland, Michael. 
Wharton, W. 
Wliavy, Robert. 
Whale, William. 
Wharton, Joseph. 
Wharton, John. 
Wharton, Samuel. 
Whaler, Martin. 
Whaler, John. 
Wharey, Robert. 
Whalon, William. 
VVhalan, Edward. 
Wheeler, Samuel. 
Whetstout, Balsell. 
Wliealan, John. 
Whey, Samuel. 
Wheeler, Frederick. 
Wheasler, Jacob. 



240 alphahetical list of 

Wheeler, Joseph. 

Wlielan, JHmes. 

Wheeler, Denjamfn. 

Wheeler, MulleBton. 

Wheeler, Isnnc. 

Wheiitoii.Tliomiia. 

Wliittoii Richard. 

Whitehenii, F. 

Whitehead, T. W. 

Wliite, John. 

Whitehead, James. 

Whitehead, Samuel. 

White, Francis. 

White, Robert. 

White, George. 

White, James. 

White, Epiiraim. 

White, HtiKh. 

Whitely, John. 

Whltmer, Peter. 

White, Alexander. 

Wliite. David, died in Xortliampton county, 1*<24. 

White, Isaac. 

Wliite, Denny. 

White, Andrew. 

White, William. 

White, Oliver. 

Whitehead, John. 

Whiteyer, John. 

White, Aaron. 

Whiteman, Wollery. 

Whiteneep, Joseph. 

Whiteconih, Richard. 

White, Ohed. 

White, Joseph, dragoon. 

Wliitby, John. 

Wlitsman. Jacob. 

White, David. 

White, Benjamin. 

Wliitman, Francis. 

WhltKfl, Jacob. 

Wliite, Thomas. 

White, John, Major. 

Whitzells, Caspar. 

Wliilly, Frederick. 

Whltekcr, Thomas. 



REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. 

■ffhltniore, John. 
■Wlilteker, Daniel. 
Wliitnuu, George. 
Whitlan, Matthew. 
Wiitemaii, Jacob. 
Whittcomb, John. 
W'/iJtlow, Matthew, 
■miite, Joseph. 
TTIiite, Dempser. 
Wfi i tinn, William. 
Wlkite, Edward. 
\f 111 t<^r, Jacob. 
Wia*], l>!iniel. 
^FiV>lcy, Frederick. 
Wi<5kle, John. 
■VVickosert, Conntd. 
Witldle, Christian. 
Wi*-dnian. 
W'i^r, Leonard. 
W'i*^r, Andrew. 
'W'i«:-r. George. 
W'iodnian, Matthew. 
W"5f;t<>n, John. 
^^"KKiiis, Thomas. 
^^ >KS"ns, John. 
"^^Seeins, William. 
Ti^ipTEons, John, (second.) 

W" i llielm, Frederick, Corporal, nsidiiig in Pliiladelpl ia, 1820. 
W'ikoff, John. 
^^illielm, GeorRe. 
" itlcisoii, Angus. 
'W'ns.m, William. 
^V llson, Jamea. 
■WTiis^^,,^ John. 
^Vil«*y, James. 
■W-|lli;,ms. Thomas. 
^Villsson, Josiah. 
W-jlts, Frederick. 
W-illiama, Joseph. 
W-iliifim, John. 
■Wntz, Frederick. 
'W'iiia^Biciiard. 
W'iii, William. 
"W-niiams, Wiiliani. 
'W'Sli tumson, Je«M. 
^VilBon, Adam. 

16-VOL. XIIL 



242 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF 

Willi»m9, I^wIb. 

AVilanii, Alexiiiiiler. 

Wilson, Iliigli. 

Wilsoii, Aliraham, residing in MifBiii county, 18a".. 

WilliKrosoii, Jiimes. Second Lieuteniknt. 

Williamson, WitliHm. 

Wilson, Rol*rt. 

WillHon, David. 

Wilson, (iodman. 

Wilkin, Jolin. 

Wilkins,.IaropH. 

Willson, Andiew, rfsidiiiu in Lycoming connty in 18 

Williams, Ileniy. 

Williiinis, nmmHH, died in Franklin connty. 

Willson, Ai-cliibild. 

Willson, lli)l>ert, rfSidtiiB in Ikavev cnuntj , 1810. 

Wjlliaina, Setli. 

WiDiiinis, Elenzer. 

WilliimiK, Stiicy. 

Willinms. Oeoi'Ri', resiiiinR In ClparfliOd connty, l«2(i. 

Williams, Eilward. 

Willliims, Friderick, L'oiiwrMl. 

Williams, .lolm. 

Wmimns, U'jjliiim. 

Williiims, Uniili. 

Williams, .liKwpli, residing in Crawford connty, 1S19. 

tVilkinson, WiDiiim. 

Wilklnwin. Tliomiis. 

Williams, Isaac. 

Williams, Siimnel. 

Wilkins, John 

WilHon, William, (drst,) died in York connly, 1S13. 

Wilmin, Willi»m, (second,) residing in Mercer count; 

Wilson, Isiuic. 

Wilson, I'eter. 

Wilkes, .lohn. 

Williiinin, Bliiis. 

WilliiimH, Joseph. 

Wilks, Timotliy. 

Wilson, Kallianiel. 

Wilson, .lames A. 

Wilson, Jolin, (second. 1 

Willett, Angustlne. 

Wilkin, ltol>prt. 

Willirtnison, David. 

Willtamaou, Eleaier. 



BEVOLCTIONABY aOLDIERS.. 

If^i ] Xic insoD, Araoe. 
(V^illciiison, Robert. 
ly j 1 K fiHinson, John. 
j^" 2 I 'Kfie, Edward. 
^^ i KT^'Ot, Silas. 
^^ S 1 Veins, TbotOHB. 
^/ff^ i H is, Williams. 
IV- Si.*. Philip. 
■^— illhelm, Balaer. 
^^^ % 1.11.7, James. 

\^^ m 1 lougbbey. Chnrles, residing in Beaver county, 1819. 
Y^^ iXison, Patrick, 
\'^~ Bllaon, Benjamin. 
'V^' &lliHms,Abel. 
"V^r" illiiiros, Hnmiilirey. 
V^~ illiHmaon, Thomas. 
W i 1 1soii , Tliomaa. 
"W i ] liania. Tlieophilua. 
%"^' i 1 lianiri. John. 
X^~ illiams, Itobert. 
■%^^iland, Martin. 
^^"^ ild, Miclmel. 
"^V i Isoii, Alexander. 
"^^'" i ] ison, Johnson. 
■^Villson, Wilson. 
^^^ ilson, Andrew. 
"VV iHiams, Joseph. 
^^^ » lliani8, George. 
^V illiams, Williams. 
^^' ilkinson. Christian. 
"W-iiicnt, David. 
"^^'ill, Edward. 
'^ illi»ms, Jeremiah. 
^V ili^^ Frederick. 
■VViii, Feter. 
*^ila<>n. BeDjamiB. 
■^Vilson, WIlliHmB. 
^^iJs«>n, Andrew. 
^Viiu^iniH^ Owen. 
""illaon, Tliomas, (second.) 
*Viii^y_ jamea. 
W' ill not, Martin. 
?^ J 1 Icinsoii, Cbristopher. 
^illnet, Jacob, 
^^'illtins. Captain, 
"-'ilt, Edward. 



M« ALl'HABETIUAL LIST OF 

Wllby, Frederick. 

Wilhelm, Adtim. 

"Willa, Johu 

Wilhelm, Jolii). 

Willaoti, Joseiilt. 

WllBon, John, (Brat and second.) 

Wniai'd, Willium 

Willielm, Frwleikk. 

Witeut,.Ioliii. 

Willis, Isaac. 

WilUirick Peter. 

Wilt, Conrad. 

Wniiikms, Arthur. 

Wilcort, John. 

Wilson Jumi^a, Captain. 

Williamson, Daiiiel. 

Wilkins, Willinrn. 

Wildgoon, Michael. 

Williams, Jumes. 

Wilkinson, John. 

Wllstook, Henry. 

Wllliiini son. John. 

Willett.rrancis. 

Williunis EliHa. 

Wills, Cunnid, died in Lancaster county, 1^22. 

Wilson, Thomas. 

Wimple, Barney. 

WIngert, Jacob. 

Wtngate, Thomas. 

Wingate, Samuel. 

Winghart, Adam. 

Wlncii ester, James. 

Winning, James. 

Win tee rs, James. 

Winters, Jacob. 

Winches, Christian. 

Winter Jiimea. 

Wind, Thomas. 

Winters, t^liristlan. 

Winter Stephen. 

Winstanle;, Francis. 

WiMcli.'sN-r, 

WiniceF, Christian. 

Winkler, Henry. 

Winsker, Christian. 

Winegamer, Heory. 



BEVOLUTIONAUY SOLDIERS. 2«6 

Winter, Owen. 

Wianett, Michael V. 

Winn, John. 

Winsby, John. 

¥inK<u< (-'h list Jan. 

Windelt, David. 

TPindoph, Jacob. 

Winright, John. _ ... 

Wiiiton, Kathaii. 

Wirkesser, George. 

Winning, James. 

Wird, Christiiui. 

Wirts, William, CHptain. 

WirtB, Captain. 

"W irt, Peter. 

Wise, Edward. 

Wiseman, Adam. — 

Wise, Henry. 

^Viseler, Matthen. 

"WTialer, Michael. 

■WTiseman, Godlip. 

AVise, Martin. 

"Wise, William. 

^Vi teller, Joseph. 

'W'ltstune, Brtlser. 

"Witmore. Matthias. 

'^V'itzell, Caspar. 

■W"Ittaon, John. 

W"itfiian, Geoige, 

W"itljer80D, Samuel. 

"Wivelly, George. 

W'oa.lte, George. 

^^oelpper, David. 

^^oelpper. Captain. 

Wolmeladorf. Daniel. 

Wolf, John. 

Wolford, Captain. 

Wolfcrd, Abraham. 

W-oifc, Matthias. 

Wolf, John, Sergeant. 

Wolle, Daniel. 

WTolf, John, Corporal. 

^V'olf, Jacob, brigade wagon-master; residing in Armstrong countf, 

1*412. 
"W-oli. David. 
"Wolfl, Frederick 



MB ALPHABETICAL LIST OP 

Wolf, Henry. 

Wolf, Lewie. 

Woolmun, Ralph. 

WoQderly, Julin, residing iu Pliiladelptiia county, 1822. 

■\Voluot.,SiIua. 

"Wolf, J'eter. 

Wollie, Samuel. 

Womer, Jacob. 

WoniE'lfr George. 

WoijJfilick John. 

WonderReld, Jacob. 

Wood. Hiigh. 

Wooking, Paul. 

Woods, Cornelius. 

Wood, Robert. 

Wood, Jacob. 

Wood, James. 

Woodart, Tliomaa, residing in Mifllin county, I82R. 

Woolford, Captain. 

Wood, Andrew. 

Wootl, Consider. 

Woodbury, Roljert. 

Woodbury, Benjamin. 

Wooilbury, John. 

Wood, Joaepli. 

Woodside, John. 

Wood, William. 

Wood. John. 

Woods, IIuKh. 

Wood, Thomas. 

Woods, Cornelius. 

Wood, Samuel. 

Wolf, Peter. 

Wolf, Lewis. 

Woolery, Henry, residing In Ilamiltoii townsliip, Nortliai 

county, I82I. 
Wood, Jacob. 
Woodward, Jesse 
Wood, Edward. 
Wood, Colonel. 
WoocIm, tjumuel. 
Woolsey Isaac. 
Woodruff. lA^se. 
Woods, Tliom'aa. 
"Wooliber John. 
Wood, Fron^ifl. 



BEVOLUTIONAUY SOLDIERS. 

V»o«3, Robert. 
Wo« lUiUiit], Eilwiircl. 
H'oi'rel, DetiuJs. 
U'oodmiui, Sei^:eant. 
IVorrel, Isaac. 
tVox-rell, Mark B. 

Work, Wiliiaiii, rcsidiii); in Adnms county. 18J5. 

Woi'tliiiiKtoii, Willlaoi. 

Woriel, tiiiDiuel. 

Wort, GeorRe. 

Worlnnaii, l^wis. 

'Worios, l*eter. 

AVorias, I'ealten. 

■\\'oi-Ea8, Stiniuel. 

Woi-tuan, Andrew. 

Arortlimaii, Andrew. 

U'ortliinRtoit, Edward. 

Woi-i-cl, ]}tnj!uiiiu. 

ir».rtli, Cliarlef. 

a*«>» ts, John 

IV'otMielinan, Georne. 

'W"i-«^i,.,]oafpli. 

lV'»-i<le,.I.ilm. 

1^' rij^ht, Jolin. 

IV" «- i t s, Henry. 

*~ «-ij^lit,C»vtain. 

lV*r-S £;lil,.facob. 

A-«-mjzlit, Atljulant. 

lV-i-if.|it,A»,„... 

^V" r- i tt'it, Alt-Kiiiider. 

^"Vm-SKlit, Williiim. 

^V" \- i 5;|it, Joiiiitliun. 

^V" B.-i Kilt. EliJLili. 

^V »-%slit. Chill l«t. 

VV m-iKlit,.lmi».s. 

^V" tr i Kilt, lleorge. 

^-V »-i|jlit, Elijjiy, (second.) 

^V' mlfciiight, Jacob. 

XV m.«efried. John. 

"W»il(ell,.I<.lin. 

AiV u]iey, James. 

"\V \t Ikins, Captain. 

"WulliiiBton, Edward. 
Wyalt.Siimuel. 
"Wyat, Joshua. 



iA& ALI'IIAUETICAL LIST OF 

WyHtt, Thomiis. 

Wyat, I^toimi'd. 

Wycoff, Cui'tieitus. 

Wykoff, Nicliolas. 

Wylle, SimoQ. 

Wylie, TliumHS. 

Wyne, Warner. 

Wyiiii, John. 

Wynii, Josiali, died in i>aupbiii county, 1820. 

Wyncuop, Isaac. 

Wyncoop, Garret. 

Vacliter, Joim. 

Vackel, Philip. 

VHkely, Henry. 

Yuiiel, Henry, 

Yarnel, Steplien. 

Yarnet, Joahua. 

Yaroet, Beujamiu. 

Yamel, Joeliua. 

Yates, Captain. 

Yeartiouse, George. 

Yeager, UliiistiftD, residinit in I^I>anoii county, 1821. 

Yearmouse, William. 

Yeager, Adam, resldiuK iu Pliiladelpliia, 1825. 

Y earlier, Henry. 

Yeakle, Abram. 

Yeater, Andrew. 

Yengling, John. 

Yerkes, Harman. 

Yerkes, .Tonatlian. 

Yerkes, Elias, Jr. 

Yerkes, Josiali, (second.) 

Yerkes, Anthony. 

Yerkes, Eliiis. 

Yerkes, Silas. 

Ye ikes, James. 

Yoakley, Cliristopher. 

Yohn, John. 

Yon, Adam. 

Yost, John. 

Young, ,Tacob. 

Young, Henry. 

Young, Jolm. 

Youngman, Peter. 

Young, George. 

Young, Peter. 



UEVOhUTlONARY SOLDIBES. 240 

f «:> u. viR, James. 

" ^:» k:k wg, Ileiiry, residing in Washington count;, Maryland, 1824. 

-^^ ax iiger, Henry. 

-.^-^^.-m ng, Marcus. 

^-y «_K njE, Michiiel, residing in Lancaster county, 1S23. 
^-^ ^_^iig, William. 

^_jy '«_Kng, Edward. 

^^:^ a-ang, Geoi^. 

- ^_y ■.atig, Dewalt. 

- ^j^ «-»iK. Matthew. 
^ ^:^ ■-■iig, Tliomas. 
^ «:>-«ing, Pliillp. 
^r«z» ■-*"([< Godfrey. 
"^"omJiig. Andrew. 

"^c>unK, Leonard. 
YouiiR, Joseph, 
"YMiit, Jacob. 
ZHbe«ii, David. 
ZM.»t, Cliai'les. 
tuiiz, John, 
^eaiis, John. 

2^tiele>'i Martin, residing in Franklin county, 1B24. 
ZvitRiiizer, George. 
Txigiev, Jacob. 
Zeigler, Henry. 
Ztisler, Daniel. i 

Zeiglvr, Adam. 
Zeigler, George, enlisted in 1778, for three years: wounded iu the 

service ; residing in Dauphiu county, 1819. 
Zt-ltera, George. 

Reiner, John, died in Lehigh county, 1824. 
Zepp, George. 
Zerfns, Adam. 
Zhick, .Tiihn. 
Zimmerman, Christian. 
Zimmerman, Geoi|^. 
ZinlM, Abraham. 
Zubler, Abrsiliam. 
Zuch, John. 
Zullick, Henry. 
Zyester, Daniel. 

Zearphus, Henry, residing in Armstrong county, 1814; in service 
in 1776-1777 ; wouuded and taken at Crooked Billet in 1778, 



[Note. — Tt miiy be liere statprt tlmt in tlie foregoind list of Revo, 
lutiuiiary ofliceraand sulditra iiiiiny of tlie iiiiim-sare clij|iljcatecl, 
owing to llie difference in tlie orliingrHpliy uf aiiriDimps. It wan 
deemed proiwr to preserve the record, aa the great niiijority of tl:e 
names are not to lie foniid an the rolls of the soldiers of the Line^ 
nr tlie Assoeiutors which follow. It is not without interest or 
value. J 



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DOCUMENTS 

KRLAITNS TO THE 

ASSOOIATORS AND MILITIA 

IN GENERAL. 



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ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION 




Passed by the Conimiitee of tSafety^ August 19, 1775. 

|E, the oflBcers and soldiers, engaged in the present asso- 
ciatioD for the defense of American liberty, being fully 
sensible that the strength and security of any body of 
men, acting together, consists in just regularity, due 
subordination, and exact obedience to command, without which no 
individual can have that confidence in the support of those about 
him, that is so necessary to give firmness and resolution to the 
whole, do voluntarily and freely, after consideration of the follow- 
ing articles, adopt the same as the rules by which we agree and re- 
solve to be governed in all our military concerns and operations, 
until the same, or any of them, shall be changed or dissolved by the 
Assembly, or Provincial Convention, or in their recess by the Com- 
mittee of Safety, or a happy reconciliation shall take place between 
Great Britain and the Colonies. 

1st. If any officer make use of any profane oath or execration, 
when on duty, he shall forfeit and pay, for each and every such of- 
fence, the sum of five shillings. And if a non-comniissioned oflicer 
or soldier be thus guilty of cursing or swearing, lie simll forfeit iuul 
j>ay, for each and every such offence, the sum of one shilling. 

2d. Any officer or soldier who shall refuse to obey the lawful or- 
ders of liis superior ofhcer, may be suspended from doing duty on 
that day, and shall upon being convicted thereof before a regimental 
court martial, make such concessions as siiid court martial shall 
direct. 

3<1. Any officer or soldier who shall bepjin, excite, cause, join in, 
or promote any disturbance in the battalion, troop, or company, to 
which he belongs, or in any other battalion, troop, or company, 
shall be censured according to the nature of the offence, by the judg- 
ment of a regimental court martial. 

4th. Any officer or soldier who shall strike his superior officer, or 
draw or offer to draw, or shall lift up any weapon, or offer any vio- 
lence against him, being in the execution of his office, shall, upon 
conviction before a regimental court martial, be dismissed, and 
sliall be deemed to be thereby disgraced as unworthy the company 
of freemen. 

6th. Any commanding or other officer who shall strike any per- 
son when on duty, shall, uiwn conviction before a general court 
martial, be in like manner dismissed and disgraced. 

(253) 



254 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Gth. Any ofOcer or non-cora missioned officer or soldier, who Bliall 
niako use of Insolent, provoklnff, or indecent lanKuage while on 
duly, shall suffer censure or fine as shall be inflicted by a regimental 
coiii't martial, acconliutc to the nature of the oftence. 

7tli. If any officer or soldier should ttiJnk lilmseK Injured by bis 
colonel, or the comniimdiuft officer of the battalion, and shall, ujwn 
due at'iilication made to him, t>o refused redress, he rnay complain 
to ttie general of the Pennsylvania Associatoi's. or to the colonel of 
any other battalion, who is to summon a general court martial, and 
see that justice be done. 

Kth. If any inferior officer or soldier shall think himself injured 
by his captain, or other su )>eri or office r in the battaliou, troo]i, or 
comiiauy to which he l>eloiig3. lie may complain to the command- 
ine officer of tlie regiment, who is to summon a i-egimentiU court 
martial, for the doing justice according to the nature of the case. 

9tli. No officer, uou -cum missioned officer, or soldier shall fail of 
re))airi]ig with their arms, ammunition, and accouti'ements upon 
any regular alarm, or at the time fixed, lo the place of parade or 
other renrlezvous apiiointed by the commanding officer, if not pre- 
vented by sickness or some other evident necessity, or shall go from 
the place of iwrade wiCliout leave from tlie commanding officer be- 
fore he shall be R>gular1y dismissed, on penalty of being flned or 
censm'ed according to tlie nature of the offence, by Ihe sentence of 
a regimental court martial. But no officer or soldier shall be 
ohliged to alleuU (o leiirn tlie military exercise more than once in 
a week. 

loth. Any officer or soldier found drunk when under arms, shall 
beaus|)ended from doing duty in the biittallon, com|>any, or troop 
on that day, and be flned or censui-ed, at tlie discretion of a regi. 
mental court martial. 

llth. Wluitever sentlnal shall be found sleeping upon his iK>st.or 
shall leave it before he is regularly relieved, shall suffer such i>eiiHlty 
01' disgnice aa shall be ordered by a regimental court martial. 

IJth, Whatever commissioned officer aliall be convicted before a 
general court martial, of behaving in a scandalous or infamoas 
manner unliecoming tlie character of an officer and a gentleman, 
shall be dismissed from the association witli disgrace. 

I3th. Kvery non-commissioned officer or soldier who shall be con 
victed at a regimental court martial of having sold, carelessly lost, 
willfully s))oikd or wasted, or having o9ere<l for sale, any amrau- — 
nitlon, arms, or accoutrements tKlonging to this Province, shall be^ 
dismissed such battalion, troop, or company asan unworthy member. -^ 
and 1)e prosecuted as the law directs. 

]4tli. All disorders and neglects which officers and soldiers ma^^ 
be guilty of, to the prejudice of the good order and military dla iy— | , 
pline of tlie nssociation of this Province, are to be taken oogniao.^^^ 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTIOX. 255 

of by a general or rejfi mental court martial, according to the nature 
and degree of the offence, and be censured at tlieir discretion. 

'5tli. Tiiat on the fiist meeting of every battalion, after subscrib- 
ing these articles of iissociation, and from thence forward on tlie 
first meeting of every battalion, after the third Monday in .Septem- 
ber annucdly, there be chosen two ijereons, such as are entitled to 
vote for members of Assembly, out of eacii com|>any in the respec- 
tive battalions, by the non-commissioned officers and privates, 
'^v'hose duty and olhce shall be for the year following, to set and 
y^iw with the officers in court martial, which persons so cliosen shall 
be styled court martial men. 

16th. Every general court martial s)iall consist of thirteen mem- 
l*re, six of whom sliall be commissioned officers under the rank of 
afield officer, and six court martial men, who sliall be drawn by 
lot out of the whole number, and these twelve are to choose a presi- 
dent, who shall be a field officer and have a casting voice. 

17th. Every regimental court martial shall be composed of seven 
members, three officers, three court martial men, and a president, 
who is to be a captain, and to be chosen by the six, and also to have 
a easting voice. 

18tli. In all courts martial not less than two thirds of the mem- 
bers must agree in every sentence for inflicting penalties, or for dis- 
gracing any associator, otherwise he shall be acquitted. 

19th. The president of each and every court martial, whether 
regimental or general, sliall require^ all witnesses, in order to trial 
of ()fTendei*s, to declare on their honor, that wl)at they give in as 
' evidence is the truth, and the members of all courts martial shall 
make a declaration to the president, and the president to the next 
rank, upon their honor, that they will give judgment with impar- 
tiality. 

20th. All non-commissioned officers, drummers, fifers, or others, 
that shall be emi)loyed and receive pay in any of the battalions, com- 
panies, or troops, shall subscribe these rules and re.cjulations, and 
be subject to such fines, to be deducted fnmi their pay, and to such 
I>enalties as a regimental court martial shall think proper, upon be- 
ing convicted of having transgressed any of these regulations. 

121 St. All associators called as witnesses in any case before a 
court martial, who shall refuse to attend and give evidence, shall 
be censured or fined, at the discretion of the court martial. 

22d. No officer or soldier ' eing chnrged with transgressing these 
rules, shall be suffered to do duty in the regiment, company, or 
troop to which he belongs, until he has had his trial by a court mar- 
tial ; and every person so changed shall be tried as soon as a court 
martial can be conveniently assembled. 

23d. The officers and soldiers of every company of artillery, or 
other company, troop, or party that is or shall be annexed to any 



SS6 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

bsttulion, shall be subject to the commanit of the colonel or cotn- 
munding officer of said baltuhon, and the officers eliall set aa int>iii- 
bers of courts martial in the same manner as tbe oOlcers of any 
other com]iany. 

24tb. Xo penalty shall be inflicted at the discretion of a court 
martial otiier than degrading, cashierin)t< or fliiiiid. the flues for tbe 
officers not to exceed three pounds, and the fliiK fur a noii-commia- 
sioned officer or soldier not to exceed twelve slitlHtigs for ono fault. 

25th. The RvM officers of each and every battalion sliall appoint 
a {tersoii to receive such fines as may arise witiiin llie same, for 
bread) of any ot these articles, and bIihII direct those finea to be 
carefully and i>ro|)erly applied to the relief of the sicls, wouiiiied.or 
necessitous soldiers belonginf; to that battalion, and such person 
shall account with tlie field olllcers for all Hnes received, and the ap- 
plication thereof. 

26L)i. Tlie general or commander-in-chief of this association, for 
tbe time being, shall have full power of pardoningor mitigating any 
censures or [letialties ordered to be inflicted for the breach of any 
of these articles by any general court martial ; and every offender 
convicted as aforesaid, by any regimental court martial, may Im 
pardoned, or liave his penalties mitigated by the colonel or com- 
manding officer of tlie battalion, excepting only where such cen- 
sures or penalties are dii-ected as satisfaction for injuries received 
by one officer or soldier from atiotlier. 

27th, Any officer, non-commissioned officer, or other person, who, 
having subscribed these articles, shall refuse to make such conces- 
sions, pay such fines, or in any other matter refuse In comply witli 
tlie judgment of any court martial, shall be dismissed the service, 
and held up to tlie public aa unfriendly to th« liberties of America. 

28tb, Upon tlie determination of any i>oint by a regimental court 
martial, if the officer or soldier concerned on either side thinks him- 
self still aggrieved, lie may appeal to a general court martini ; but, 
if upon second hearing, the appeal appeara groundless and vexa- 
tious, the person so appealing shall he censured, at the discretion of 
the general court martial. 

20tli. U|Xin the death, resignation, promotion, or other removal 
of an ofllcer from any battalion, troop, or company (except field 
officers), or any court martial men, such vacancy is to be filled by t 
the i>erson or persons such troop or company shall elect. 

30th. No officer or soldier shall be tried a second time for the^ 
same offence, except in case of appeal. 

Slat. All officers and soldiers of every battalion, troop, comjiany^ 
orpartyofassociators, who aliall lie called by the Assembly, or Com-:ai 
mittee of Safety in recess of Assembly, into actual service, and t::^ 
on pay, shall, when acting by themselves, or in conjunction wifi^ 
the Coutinentiil forces, be subject to all the rules and articles ma* ^^ 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 267 

^y tlie honorable Congress for the government of the Continental 

tfoofis- 
3i3c]. No commissioned, non-commissioned oflicer, or private shall 

^Jt lid raw himself from the company to whicli he belongs, without 

^ dispel large from tlie commanding officer of the biittalion, nor shall 

<<Ucf J i>erson be received into any other conii>any without such dis- 

Igt Cestimony of our approbation and consent to be governed Dy 
^he ^ftl:>ove regulations, which have been deliberately read to, or 
CHrel'i^lly perused by us, we have hereunto set our hands. 



COLONELS ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS, 1775. 



/^/. .- 



deipfitn ctiy. 

3. John Dickinson. 
2. Daniel Robenleau. 
^. John Cadwahider. 

4. Thomas McKean. 

o. lUifle battalion,] Timothy Matlack. 

^mUlphui count II. 

6. William Hamilton. 

7. llot)ert Lewis. 

8. Thomiis Potts. 

9. [Formerly Samuel Miles, Esq.,] J. Bull. 
"30. Tench Francis. 

11. Colonel Hill. 

' ks county. 

12. Josepli Kirkbride. 

13. Joseph Hart. 

14. Andrew Kaclilein. 

15. Arthur Erwin. 



ter county. 

16. James Moore. 

17. Thomas Hockley. 

18. Hugh Lloyd. 

19. William Montgomery. 

20. Richard Thomas. 
17- Vol. XIII. 



2M ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Mancatter county. 

21. George Iloss. 

22. Mattliins 8louEb. 

28. Curtis Grubt). 
24. ThoiDHS Porter. 

26. Jolni Peiree. 
20. James Bind 

27. Peter Gn bit. 

. 28. Barti-aui Uiilbnilth. 
York cnunty. 

29. JamraKmith. 

50. Robert Md'hereon. 

81. Riclmrd McAllister. 

82. William Smith. 
33." Matthew Dill. 

Cumberland county. 

.■M. Robert Callender. 

.^1. [William Tlmmiison, made a Brigadier General.! 

30. John MinitKi>merj'. 
37. James Wilsoii. 

Iterks pmnty. 

BK. Edwani Riddle. 

39. Mark Bird. 

40. Daniel Brodliead. 

41. Btil?.er Geelir. 

42. Christian Louer. 

SorthamiUnn county. 

48. George Tayiui. 

44. Ifeui-y Geiger. 

45. Yost Drieabach. 
40. Jacob Stmud. 

litdfonl muntfi. 

47. Rernard Dounlierty. 

46. IKamnel DavJdHon.] 
Nortliuiuheilniid cnuiitii. 

49. SHiiinel llmiter. 
to. Jainea Puttei'. 

51. William Plucilcett. 

Wtstmorehmil rniinly. 
&i. John Proctor, 
6}. Joiiii Carnalian. 




ADDRESS OF TH& COMMIITEE OF CONFERENCE 

To the AMoeiator$ of Penntslvania, Jtme tS, lt76. 

Okktlkmbh: The oolj design of onr meetlnK tojtetfaer wea to 
pnt an end to our own power fo tbe Province by Qxlnjt upon a plan 
'or caUing & convention to form a government under the authority 
^ the people. But the sudden And unexpected separation of the 
-Anemblj has competed us to undertake tbe exeeutdon of a resolve 
*tf OoQgreSB for calllDg fortb 4,000 of the mllltiA of the Province to 
Joio tbe mlliUa of the neighboring colonies to form a camp for eur 
itamellate protection. We presume aa]j to recommeud the plan 
^bave formed to you, trusting that In case of so much consequence 
foot love of virtue and leal for liberty will supply tbe want of au- 
"■ortty delegated to us expiesely for that purpose. 

We need not remind you that jou are now furnished with new 
**'veB to animate and support your counige. Ynii are not abmit 
to contend against the power of Great BritKiti iu aider to disijluce 
^* "et of vlUaiDS to make room for another. Your »rms will not 
*B enervated in the day of battle with the reflection that you are 
'*> riak your l!v« or sbed your Mood for a Britiali tyrant, ot that . 
^"Vt posterity will have your work to chxivci- again. You are about 
** contend for permanent freedom, to be supported by a government 
^hicli will be derived from yourselves, and which will have for its 
**Ject not the enrollment of one man, or class of men only, but the 
*fety, liberty, and happiness of every individual in tbe community. 
^« call upon you, therefore, by tbe respect and obedience which 
*"^ due to the authority of the United Colonies, to concur in this 
'•r'ortant measure. The present campaign will probably decide 
*^ fate of America. It is now in your power to immortiilize your 
***iea by mingliuK your achievements with the events of the year 
"^^ — a year which we hope will be famed in the annals of history 
tile end of time, for establishing upon a lasting foundation the 
"*^*"ties nf one quarter of tlie globe. 

**^ejnember the honor of our Colony Is at stake. Should you de- 
*■*• the common cause at the present jnncture, the glory you have 
^•Jired by your former exertions of strength and virtue will be 
•""dialled, and our friends and brethern who are now acquiring 
•-• '■^Is in the most remote parts of America will reproach us and 
**ali to own themselves natives or inhabitanU of Pennsylvania. 
*-** there are other motives before you— your houses, your Belds, 
' ^ legacies of your ancestors, or the dear-bought fruits of your own 
'*3«Btry and your libeity— now urge you to the field. These can- 



290 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

not plead witb you in vain, or we mi)(ht point out to ;ou further — 
your wives, your children, your aged Catheraaiid motljera, wbo now 
look up to you for aid and hope for salvation In this day of calamity 
only from the instrn mentality of your sworda. Rtrmember the 
imme of Pennsylvania. Think of your ancestors and of your pos- 
terity 



MINUTES OF THE CONVENTION 

Of Dtlegatti from tht Atgoeiated Battaliona, held at Lanca«l«r, 
Juljf i. 1776. 

At a meeting of the Officers and Privates of 63 Battalions of ttie 
Associators of the Colony of Pennsylvania, at Lancaster, on the 
4th day of July, 17T6, on dun Notice to clioose two Brigadier^Gen-.. 
erals to command tlie Battalions and Forces in tlie said Colony, — 
Col. Geo. Ross, President; Lieut. -Col. Daniel Clymer, secretary. 

The Protest of the Board of Offlcersof the Five Battalions of th« 
City & Lit^rties of Philad' to the Assembly was read. 

The Circuiar lAUer signed by the Chairman, Col. Roberdeaa, 
was r«Hd. 

The 6Vc7iI<(T LriUr from the Committee of Privates of the City 
&, LilTties of Pliiluda signed by the Chairman, Mr. Sam' Simpson, 
was rcail. 

The Pi-oteat of the Privates of the City 4; Lil^erties of Pliilada to 
tlie Assembly signed by Mr. Samuel Simpson was read. 

By the Returns of the City & Liberties of Fhilad' and the several 
countys of the Colony of Peniiflylv the following Persona were 
Delegates to the Convention: 

CITY AND LIBERTIES OF PHILADELPHIA. 
f\riit Baltatvm. 

Officers-Col. John Chevalier. 

Capt. Joseph Copperthwait. 
Privates— Mr. Thomas Nevill. 
Mr. George Nelson. 
Second Battalion. 

OfBcera— Col. D. Roberdeau. 

Capt. Wm. Bradford. 
Privates— Mr. Thomas Mootgomerj. 
Mr. Wm. Pool. 



/ 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 2C1 

Battalion. 
Officers— MaJ. Robert Knox. 

Capt. Sharp Delaney. 
Trtvatea— Mr. Paul Cox. 

Mr. Charles Prior. 
wrih Battalion, 

Officers— Capt. John Kling. 

Capt. James Brewster, 
^^rivates— John Brown. 
Henry Lock. 

fyiC^k ^attdlum. 

— Lieat.-Col. Daniel Clymer. 
Capt. Lewis Bitting. 

Craig. 
Jacob Bitter. 

PHILADELPHIA COUNTY. 

-^9-.^^ Jkatalion. 

iffioers— Major Isaac Hughes. 

Mr. Oeorge Gray, standard bearer, 
rivates— Jesse Roberts. 
Wnilam Smith. 

'Sec-^:^:^-^ ^Battalion. 

^ — Officers — Col. Josiah Hart. 

Capt. Marshall Edwards, 
—^czr^ivates— Robert Whitten. 

John Simpson. 

'^'-^ ^« -»— ^ Bottalum. 

[Blank.] 

-^^^*"^-«* ^^th BaUalian. 

^Dfficers— [Blank.] 

*riyates---James Hazlett. 
William Hicks. 

BUCKS COUNTY. 
BfUtdlion. 
Officers— Capt. John Jervis. 

Capt. John Folwell. 
^hrivates— Arthur Watts. 
Joseph Fenton. 

Battalion. 
Officers— Capt. John Jameson. 

Adjt. Wm. Thompson 
JttraLes— AWin Hollis. 
Wm. Harr. 



2B2 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

TIard SalUilion. 

Ofllcers— Col. Andrew Keclilein. 

Lieut-Col. Josiah Bryan. 
PriT»t«s— Joba FaLtersoo. 

Michael Sloneback. 
Fourth Battalion. 

Officers— Col. Arthur ErwJn. 

Lteut.-Col. Robert Boblnnm. 
Privates— Tunis V. Middle warts. 
Fraucis Titus. 

UHESTEBUOIJNTT. 
Firil Battalion. 

Officers— Mhj. John Culbertson. 

Ciipt. Benjamin "Wallace. 
Privates— Samuel Cunningham. 
Andrew Boyd. 
Second Battalion. 

OlUcers— Lieut. -Col. Wm. Gibbons. 

Capt. Wm. Scott. 
PrivHtes— David Denny. 

Samuel Culbertaoii. 
nUnl B'tUalion. 
Fourth ISattalio}!. 

Ofticers— Col. Wm. Montgomery. 
Capt. Joseph Gardiner. 
Privates— John Mackey. 
John Fulton. 
Fifth Bntlalitm. 

LANCASTER COUNTY. 
Firtl Bi'ttaliim. 

Onicera— Col. Geo. Ross. 

Lieut.-Cnl. Adam ReiKart. 
Priviites— Christian Werts. 
Francis Bailey. 
Second Battalion. 

Olllcers— Col, Curtis Grubb. 

MhJ. Philip Marateller. 
Privates— James Sullivan. 
Ludwick ZearinK. 
Tliird Battahon. 

Onicei's— Lieut. -Col. Robert Thompson. 

Mh]. Thus. Smith. 
Privates— John Smith. 
I suae Erwin. 



AND M1I.1TIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 383 

Fourth Baltalion. 

Officers- Capt. Joseph Sherer. 
Capt. James Murray. 
Privates—Abraham Darr. 
Wm. Laird. 

FtfUi BcUtahon. 

Officers— Col. James Crawford. 

Capt. James Mercer. 
Privates— Henry .Slaymalur. 

John Whitehill. 

StxUi Battalifm. 

Officers— Lieut. -Col. Alexander Lowrey. 

Major Jame» Cunn ingham . 
Privates— John Bealy. 

John Jameson. 

SeventJi BcUtalion, 

Officers — Col. Matttiias Slough. 

Lieut.-Col. Leonard Uantpanny. 
Privates — Christian Bough. 
Simon Snider- 

Eighth Bdttalton 

Officers— Col. Peter Grubb. 

Capt. Henry Weaver. 
Privates — William Smith. 
George Ury. 

yintU Battalion, 

Officers — Lieut.-Col. Christian Wegman. 

Major Michael Till. 
Privates— Michael DiffelKiugli. 
Anthony Deibler. 

Tenth Hifle Battalion. 

Officers— Col. John Ferree- 

Lieut.-Col. Andrew Little. 
Privates— George Line. 

Joseph Whitehill. 

Elevfuth Rtfle Battalion. 

Olttcers— Col. Timothy Green. 

Lieut.-Col. Peter Hederick. 
Privates— Wm. Barnett. 
Geo. Tittle. 



26* ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

YORK COUNTY. 
first llattiilion. 

Offlcers— Col. Joseph Donaldson. 

Cupt. Micliael Smyser. ' — 
Privates -Wllliiim Scott. 
^-Jolm Ewing. 
Secnni JSatlabrm. 

Ulliceis— M)ij. [luKli Dinwiddle. 
Capt. Hugh Campbell. 
Piivates— David McCutiaiiKiiy, Esq. 
Mr. George Clingan. 
Tliii-d Battalion. 

OtAcera— MigoF Joseph Jeffries. 
Miijor Jolni Andrew. 
rrivHtes— John Ham i I ton. 
Thomas Lillie. 
Fiiurlk littttaltim. 

Onicers-Col. Wm. Smith. 

Major Juhu Finley. 
Privates - Jacob Stehley. 
Josiah Scott. 
FifA lialtalion. 

OHicei's— Col. Mnttliew Dili. 

Miijor (ijirrett Cnift. 
Piiva tea- James Nealor, 
David Measerly. 

CUMBEltLAND COUNTY. 
Firtl Baitalion. 

Officers— Ciipt. John Steel. 
Ijeut. VVm. Bhiir. 
Privates— Jonatlian lloge. 
Epiiralm Steel. 
Seeoiiil lialtalion. 

(Jlticers— Capt. John McClelland. 

Capt. Elian Davidson. 
Priviites — .lonatiian Smith. 
Henry Pawling. 
TfttrtI Rnttalion- 

OlHcers— Lieut..Col. W- Clark. 

Ciipt. Andrew McParlane. 
Privates— J iimci Brown. 
Wm.Sten-ett. 



AND MILITIA. OF THE BEVOLUTIOM. 

Fiturth Batlalion. 

Ufflcers— Lieut.-CoI. Frederick Watts. 

0»pt. George Bubinaon. 
PrivuteB -Jolin Humilton. 
James Bead. 
Fifth Baualion. 

Officers— Col. Joeepb Annstrong. 

MHJot James McCalmont. 
Privates— James Findley. 
John Vance. 

BERKS COUNTy 
Fint Battalion. 

Officers-Major Gabriel Ilieater. 

Lieut. Ftijlip Cremer. 
Privates— John Hartman. 
Peter Filbert. 
Steo'id BaUahon- 

Offlcers-Col. Mark Bird. 

Major Jolm Jones. 
Privates— David Moi-gan. 

Benjamin Tolbert. 
TTiii-d Dattali'in. 

Offiitrs Lieut.-Col. Nicholas Lutz. 

Uapt. George Itlieani. 
Privates— Henry Spoiiii. 

Matbias Wemich. 
F-urlh B'ltUdion. 

Ollicers— Major Michael Lindemuth. 

Capt. George May. 
Privates— Michael Moser. 

Ftfth Battalion. 

Uffioers— Col. John Pattan. 

Lieut.-Col. John Kice. 
Privates— Jacob Selaer. 

Chriatiau Winter. 
Sixth BatUtlion. 

Officers -Major Conrad Leifler. 

Lieut. John Miller. 
Privates— John Hill. 

Benry Lark. 



266 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

SiM'ith BtttUiiion. 

Ulllcem— Col. SebastlHU Levan. 

AdjutHiit Samuel Ebey. 
I'l'ivHtes— Pliilip Bisters. 
Cusper Smack. 

Eighth Hattation. 

NORTHAMPTON COUNTY. 
Firtl ISattalJvn. 

Officers— Miijor Abraham Labar. 

Cttpt. John Arudt. 
Privates— Wm. McFarieo. 
Jacob Upp. 

Second Battalion. 

OlBcera— Col. Henry Gelfcer. 

Capt. Michael Siiider. 
Privates— Kiel lard Bartiiious. 
Peter Hass. 

Third ISallalion. 

Ultiuers Miijor Jolm Sifffried. 
Uapt. Nicliolas Kerr.. 
Piivutes— llotert Hrowii. 
Henry Best. 

Fourth Jiallalion. 

Onicers— Col. Jacob Stroud. 

Ciipt. Timothy Jiiyne. 

PrivateB— Jolm McDiiwetl, Jr. 

Derrick Van Vleck. 

NORTHUMBEULAND CXJUNTY. 
liiUUdinn under Cul. Hunter. 

OfBcers— Caiit. Oliristiaii Gillespie. 

IJeut. Geoi^ Calbuuii. 
Privates- Frederick Stone. 

Laughlin McCartney. 

Hiitlalinn un'l<r Col. Plunkftt. 
O dicers— Mm jor Jolm Brady. 

Lieut. Mordecai McKiimey, 
Privates— Piiiil Geddis, 

Andrew Culbertsori. 



AND HILITIA OP THE BBVOLUTION. 

BatUdiim under Col. Wtiaer. 

OOixn—Coi. Benjamin Weiser. 

Lieut. -Ool. Samuel Htkclftf. 
PriratM-Setli Mutlock. 
Joiiiut Zokait. 
Battalwn under Col. Potter. 

Officers— Lieut.-C()l. Robert Hoodie. 

Oapt. Wm. Gray. 
PrlTittee —James HcClemigluin. 
Beojamia Sterrett. 



WESTMORELAND COUNTT. 
Flrtt Battalioji. 

Offit^rB— Capt. Wetidle Urey. 

Capt. Alex. Thompoon. 
PriTiitea— Wm. Guthrey. 
Wm, Perry. 
Second Battalion. 

Officera— (Jol. Providence Mountz. 

M^or Janies Smith. 
Privates John Carmichael. 
George Gray. 
A question was put whether the Officers & Privates would Iwllot 
siiijtly. itcsolved unanimously in the uffirmative. 

Rf»o(wd. That l)ol!i B. Gen" be voted for at the same time, & tlie 
Tligliejit in Votes to be the CommiindinK ORicer. Adjourned till 5 
o'clock, p. M. 

P.M., 5 o'clock. The Officers & Privates met accordiug to Ad- 
journment. 

Hes'Aved, That Col. Mark Bird & Cap' Sliarp Dalaney, with the 
President, be Judges of the Election for Brigadiers Gen'. 

The Election came on the sanie Duy. & after casting up the Pol), 
tite Votes stood tliua for Brigadier Generals- 
Daniel Roberdeau 160 

James Ewing >V>-^ 

Samuel Miles 82 

James Potter 2i 

Curtis Grubb 8 

George Ross 9 

Thomas McKean ..... H 

Mark Bird 7 

The President immediately declared Daniel Kobenleau, First 
Drigadier General; Jamea Ewing, Second Brigadier General. 



268 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

StsottxA, That tlie Brigikdier GeDeralB bIihII have full Porwe A 
Authority to chII out Hiiy Number of the Associators of ttiis Pro> 
vince into Action— their L'ower to continue until succeeded [super- 
seded] by the Convention or by any Authority und«r their Appoint- 
ment, 

litt'ilvtd, Tlnit the President of this Board shall liave full Power 
& Autiiority to grant Uommissiunu to the two Urigadler Generals 
until Comnitssioiis issne from the Convention or any Authority 
they shall npitoint. 

litBiilced, Tliat we will march under the Direction & CommHnd 
of our Brigadier Generals to tlie ABSistnnce of all or any of tlie free, 
independent States of America. 

RtaolvtH, Tliat the Associators to be drafted out of each County 
by the Brigadier Generals, shall be in tiie same proportion as that 
directed by the Inie Provincial Confei'ence in Pliilad*. 

lieiolved. That the Address of this Board be presented to the 
President for his seasonable k excellent speech this Day In behalf 
of the Liberties of America & of tills Colony in particular, which 
the Col. received, & the ciieerfnlness, celerity, and Impartiality with 
which he conducted the Dusiness of tills Day [which the Colonel re- 
viewed and |K)liteIy thanked the Duard for the Honor done blm In 
their Address]. 

Jttnolvcd, That Col. Boss, Lieut..Col. Duiiiel Clymer, & Capt. 
Shxrp Dehmey be a Committee to review and correct the Minutes 
of the Proceedings ot this day, & they are hereby desired to publish 
them in the several Newspapers of this Colony, and that they be 
signed by the President. 

Gko. Ross, Preaident. 
J}. Clymer, 

LANCASTEit, July 4, 1776. 



MDSTEB ROLLS AND PAPERS 



RELATING TO TUE 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA 



COUNTY OF LANCASTER. 



COUNTY LIEUTENANTS. 



Bartram Galrraitii, 
Sauubl Jonw Atleb, 
Adam IIuhlev, 
Samks Ross, 



June 3, 1777. 
Mar. 81, um. 
Feb. U, 1781. 
Nov. 17, 1763. 



THE HANOVER RESOLVES. 



IJTanaffiemblyof the inhabitantaof HnnoTer, LftDcnater 
county, lieid on Satnrdny, June 4, 1774, Col. Timottiy 
Green, cliairninn, to express their sentiments on the 
present critical state of affairs, it was unanimously 
rfwlved; 

1st. That the recent action of tlie Parliament of Great Britain is 
fniquitouB and oppressive. 

' 2d. That it is tlie bouiiden duty of the peoirie to oppose every 
tiienaiire which tt^iids to deprive, them of tlieir just prerogatives. 

3)1. TImt iu » closer union of the Coloniea lies the safeKuard of 
tlie lil>ertiea of tlie people. 

4tli. That in the event of Great Britain attempling to force un- 
just laws ii|>on lis by the strenKth of arms, our CHUse we leave to 
Iieaven and our ritles. 

5th. That a committee of nine be appointed, who shall act for ns 
luid in our behalf as emergencies may require. 

The committee consisted of Col. Timothy Green, James Ua- 
ruthers, Josiah Espy, Uuliert Dixon, Thomas Coppenheffer, Wil- 
liam Clark, James Stewart, Joseph Bamett, and John Rogei-s. 
Timothy Greek, 
C/iaiTman. 



THE MIDDLETOWN RESOLVES. 



At a meetinK of the inliabitants of Lancaster connty In assem- 
bly oiet.at the town of Middletown, June 8, 1774, Cul. James Burd, 
cliuirman, it was nnanimoiisly resolved : 

lat. That the acta of the Parliament of Great Britain in divesting 
IIS of the right to give and grant our money, and assuming such 
|iower to themselves, are unconatitutional, unjust, and oppressive. 

2(1. That it is an indispensable duty we owe to ourselves and jws- 
terity to oppose with decency and firmness every measure tending 
to deprive us of our Just rights and privileges. 
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272 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

3d. Tliat a close union of the Colonies unci thetr f aitlitul ndherlng 
to such measures as h geueml Congress slmll Judge proper, are tlio 
most likely menus to procure i-etlreas of AmericHJi grievances, and 
settle tlie rigiits of tlie Colonies on a permanent basis. 

4tli. Tliat we will sincerely and lieartily agree to and abide by 
tlie meiksures wliicli sliall be adopted by the members of the general 
Congress of tlie Colonies. 

6th. TImt a committee be appointed to confer with similar com- 
mittees relative to the present exigency of affairs. 

JAUEB Bdrd, 
Chairman. 



THE LEBANON RESOLVES. 

At ameetinifof tlie inhabitants of I^tnnon and the adjoining 
townships, on Saturday, 25th of Jnne, 1774, liolden at the house of 
Capt. Greenawalt, whireof Major John Pliilip Dellaas was chair- 
man, to take into serions consideration the state of public affairs. 
It was iinanimouHly declared and resolved ; 

1st. TliaL tlie lute act of tlie British L'liil lament, by which the 
port of Boston is shut up, is an net oppressive to tlie people of that 
city and subversive of the rights of the Inlialiitants of America. 

2d. Tliat while we profess to be loyiil subjects of Great Britain, 
we sliall not submit to unjust and iniquitous laws, as we are not 
slaves, but freemen. 

3d. That we are in favor of a Congress of Deputies who will act 
in behalf of tlie [leople for obtaining a redress of grievances. 

4th. Tliat we will unite with tlie inhabitanla of other portions 
of our country in such measurers as will preserve to us our rights 
and our liberties. 

Sth. That our countrymen of the city of Boston have our sincer> 
est sympathy, tliat tlielr cause is the common cause of America. 

6th. That Messrs. Philip Greenawalt, Tltomas Chirk, Michael 
Ley, Killian Long, and Curtis Grubb be a committee to collect^j 
contributions for our suffering brethren. 

J. P. DbHaas, 
Jonif LiottT, CAatrmait. 

Secntarj/' 



AND AilLITlA OF THE REVOLUTION. 273 



THE LANCASTER RESOLVES. 



Pursuant to the publication of the resolves of the Committee of 
Corre8|)ondence for the city and county of Philadelphin, there was 
held a meeting of a very resi^ectable iiumbi»r of tlie freemen and in- 
habitants of the county of Lancaster, on Saturday, tlie 9th of July, 
1774, George Koss, Esq., in the chair. 

This assembly, taking into their serious consideration the several 
late acts of the British Parliament relative to America, came un- 
animously to the following declarations and resolves, viz : 

1. We do sincerely profess and declare, that his most gracious 
Majesty King George the Third is our rightful and lawful sover- 
t?ign, and that we will at all times support and defend him to tlie 
utmost of our jwwer, with our lives and fortunes, against his ene- 
mies. 

-. We do further declare that no iwwer is constitutionally lodged 
JM the hands of any body of men to give and grant our money, sjive 
only our representatives in assembly, who have at all times cheer- 
^ujjy granted aids to his Majesty whenever he has made a requisi- 
tion from tliem. 

3. That the acts of the British Parliament for divesting ns of 
*"cli right, and assuming such iK)wer to themselves, are ucconstitu- 
^ional, unjust, and oppressive. 

4. Tliat it is an indisi)ensable duty we owe to ourselves and our 
lH>sterity to oppose with decency and (irniiiess every measure teiid- 
"* J?" to deprive us of our just rights and privileges. 

•*>- Tliat a close union of the Colonies, and their faithful adhering 
^•> such measures as a general Congress shall judge i)roper, are the 
>^ios5it likely means to procure redress of American grievances and 
^Htttle the rights of the Colonies on a permanent basis. 

B. That it is highly expedient to a])])oint a committee, to meet the 
coniniittee of the other counties of this Province at rhihulel[>l)ia, 
on tlie loth instant, to confer with them on the important matters 
riientioned in the letter from the chairman of the committee ot 
i'^iiiLidelphia. 

''• That we will sincerely and heartily ap^ree to and abide by the 
measui-es which shall be adopted by the members of the general 
C'ofi^i.^gg of the Colonies. 

^- That we do tenderly sympathize with our brethren of Boston, 
'^no hyq suffering in the American cause by an unconstitutional 
?/. oppressive act of the British Parliament, called the Boston Port 

1^ • That a subscription be opened for the relief of our suffering 
^^^hren there. 

18- Vol. XTII. 



274 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

10. That tlie siiliscription bcpiit intotlie hHn<1sof Mie committee 
of tliia county, to be liy tlifm laiU out iiitliepiircbaseof yroviaioiis 
iiikI sfTit tu Itiistoii towards llje iflief of their diHtit^sui'S. 

11. TImt tlic cotnii]lttfuforl)]el>i)i*out{h of i^iic;iBtf r alreitdy np- 
IMijiitetl be uUoniiuiLteeof CuridSpuinltiice; dikI that George IIos.i, 

iiineH Wehl), Matlliias S!<iut(li, Joseph Ferree, Eitiaimirl Carpenter, 
and Williuiii Alice, Etxitiirea, Mr. Alexaniler Lowry,aiid Mr. Muses 
Erwin he the committee to Dieet iitid eoasiilt with the committees 
of tlie other eoinitieK of thin Province at Fliiliidelphiit, ttie 16th in- 
titiiiil,and also to juiii with the Cuiiimiltee of Correspondence in 
I'eceivjuK siilisci'ititUiiis. 

It WHS then iimved thiit tlie thanks of the frwmen and in)iabi~. 
tiints present Hhoiild lie rendered to tiie worthy chairman for tli^ 
very pi'0|H'r and s|iii iteil at)dres.<< made liy him to tills assembly, rer 
pli-Ie »'ill) till' »MrraeKt expressions of loyality to bis Majesty, an^ 
fervi> t zeal for the common interests of America, whicii motio ^ 
wasii^nTeil to liy a general holdiiift up of Jniiids, and the thanl^ 
of the a.'sseuibly were then presented to Mr. liosn for liis putrioL j 
conduct opon this occasion. 

EllEllIIAItT MlCIIAEI., 

Clerk, 
A Hnl)Si;ription was llicii immediately openetl by tlie commitf^ 
for tlie heiiftlt (it our snlTeriiiu brethren of the t<nvu of lloston, ar; , 
very handsome Hum.t snliscrilied by several of the ))ersons preeenr 
and at the reiiuest of niunbers of the reputable inhabitants, pHii«> -^^ 
are printiil and aending to the different townslii[« to receive tl«" 
anl)acript.ioiLH(if the inhabitants of this county, which it isexjiecte*... 
will am<nnit to a coiisideraliie snm, and will l)e collected as ex]ie£.^B 
tion.slyas possihle by the committee and laid outassliHlI bethougr-^ 
best to answer tlie gmxl pnriMise Intended. 

Ai>ii|>er Wii8delivere<lby Mr. Elijah Wiekei-sham tothecliHirni!* m 
at this meeline, and read by him, cuntalninff similar resolves {wl .S- 
the iiliove) of the freemen of the townslii|>s of Paxtani; and Der^ — 
at their rneetinK at the town of Middletown, on the Slli lust pa .^ 
and sii^ned by Jacnes Hnrd, Es<i., chairman. 



AND UILITIA or THE EEVOLUTION. 



AIINUTES OP THE COMMITTEE OP 
OBSEKVATIOX. 

[T'li^full iiroceedings of the Committer of Oliservation for llie 
coLiiit.y of Lancaster were in existence a few years Hgn, but ut pre- 
sent oinnot be found. We give, liowever, such extracts tlierefrom 
na lii^'vecome into our iKissesaion.] 



PROCEEDINGS. 

LaHCASTEB, June 15, ITT^. 

!■» pursuance of a letter written by Mr. Charles Thomiison, and 
sent to the inliabitants of this borou^rh, directed to the cure uf Mr. 
irilliEira Atlee, a meeting was lielil on tlie 15th day of June, 1774, 
au<l t-Le fciIlowiiiK resolves were agreed on, vi7.: 

-^t. a meeting of the inhabitants of the bormifrli of Lanciister, ut 
11)^' c-onrt house in tlie said boiuugh, on Wednes<hiy, the 15tli ilay 
uf -J line, 1774: Agreed— tliat to preserve tlie coiislitiitioiial riglits 
<if t.fi«iMhalittantsof America, it ia incumbent on every Ccilmiy to 
u>^St«; and use the most effect iml nieaiia to procure a rei>i'iil of tlio 
'*te Hct of Parliament agiiinat tlie town of Boston. 

Tljat the act of Parliament for blocking up the port and harbor 
ot lioston is an tnviision of tlie rigbts of the inhabitants of the said 
tc»-^^-r»,as subjects of the crown of Great Britain, That it is tlie 
'>¥>>i«ionof the inhabitants at tliis meeting that the proper and ef- 
ferent tjal means to be used to obtain a re|>eal of the flaid act, will 1« 
t«> \>\it an immediate stop to all imports and exports, to and from 
ti r«^t»t Britain, until tlie same act be repealwl. 

ITliat the traders and inhabitants of this town will join and con- 
cur with the patriotic merchants, trad<i>nien, and freeholders of 
tlk*? city and county of Philadelphia, and otiier inirts of this Pro- 
vince, in an associat inn or solemn agreement to this purpose, if the 
a».oi« shall bp by tliem thought necessary. 

Tlwl EdwanI Shippen, Esq., George Ross, Esq., Jasper Yeatea, 
Esq-, Matthias Slough, Esq., James Webb, Esq., William Atlee. 
Esq., William Henry, Esq., Mr. Ludwig I^uman, Mr. William 
Uaiisman, and Mr. Charles Hall !« a committee to correspond with 
the Keiieral commitleft of Philadelphia; that these sentiments b(^ 
imine<1iately forwarded to the Committee of Correspondence at 
Philadelphia. 
t TJitj i^ntlemen above named, after being chosen and appointed a 

I Cooirxiitteeot Uorresiwndeuce, resolved upon the following letter 



278 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

to be transmitted to thecommitteeotPhilHclGlpliia, directed to Mr. 
Charles Tliompaoii, and is aa follows, viz ; 

Lancaster, the isth June, 1774. 
Sir : Agreeable to tlie request of the Committee of Correspond- 
ence for tbe city of Ptiiludelpliia, signifled to some of tlie Inhabi- 
tants liere, by your Icttur, we liave tliis evening bad a Meeting of 
tlie Inhabitants of this Town, (iit whicli a great number attended) 
at the Court House, and unanimously gave their assent to the Be- 
Bolves or Agi-eement inclosed. As taking tlie sentiments of the 
county could not be so exjieditiously done by having a general Meet- 
ing of tlie Inhabitants, we thought best to give yon those of th& 
Town, and have the pleiisure now to assure you tliat the Inhabi- 
tants of the county in general begin to entertain similar opinions 
within as to Wiis matter, and will no doubt heartily concur in theiQ 
at a Meeting whicli we sliall endeavor as soon as possible to have 
with them. We boi>e you will give us intelligence of any matters 
worthy of notice, and 5ie assured we sliall do everything in our 
power to promote the tieiieral Interest. 

We are, Ac., 

Edward SnipPEN, 
Jaues Wkbb, 
Matthias 81.0U011, 
WiLLIASI Atlee, 
William Henry, 
Lddwio Laumak, 
WILI.IAU Bal'smak, 
Charles Hall. 
Ordered that Merlmrt Michael, the clerk of this committee, do 
forward a copy of this day's resolves to Mr. Charles Thompson, the a 
cierk of the committee at Phihidelphia, with a copy of tbi3 letter,^ - 
signed by him. 

At a meeting of the Committee of Correspondence, appointed ft t--^. 
the liorougli of Lancast^T, the M of July, ITT4, Edward Shipper- ,^ 
Es<i., being chosen chairman : The committee taking into conai-,^^ 
eration the resolves of the res|ieclRble inhabitants of the city a^p-_^ 

county of Philadelphia, on the IStli of June last : as, also, the r^ ^ 

cular letters signed by the chairman of their said committee, 1^^^ 
Ilonoriible ThomHs Willing, Esq. 

Iiair>h(d, That they do most heartily concur with their breth -^ 
of Philadelphia, in the mode proposed for taking the ""ntlmmt m. ^ 
the good people of tins Province, on the present alarming and e v^s ^i 
cal situation of the American colonies ; therefore, 

Hesohed, That notice be given to the freemen and fnhabltanttt q| 
this connty vith the utmost expedition, .0 choose a commlttM ^ 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 277 

join with tlie committees of the other counties of this Province to 
meet at Philadelphia for the very great and useful purposes men. 
tiooed in the said resolves and circular letters ; therefore, 

Hesolced^ That the freemen and inhabitants of this county be re- 
quested to meet on Saturday, the ninth day of this instant, at two 
o^clock in Uie afternoon, at the court house in Lancaster, for the 
purpose aforesaid. 

N. B. The said resolves of the committee at this meeting, being 
ordered to be printed, and the same after they were printed, signed 
by £dward Sliippen, Esq., the chairman, were sent and put up at 
Jill public places in the county. 

The following are the resolves and circular letter referred to in 
Uie foregoing resolutions : 

" Philadelphia, June, 1774. 

*'At a very large and respectable meeting of the freeliolders and 
freemen of the city and county of Philadelphia, on Saturday, June 
18, 1774, Tkomas Willing and John Dickinson, Esqrs,, chairmen. 

"" I. Besolved, That the act of Parliament for sliuttting up the 
port of Boston is unconstitutional, oppressive to the inhabitants of 
that town, dangerous to the liberties of the British colonies, and 
tliat, therefore, we consider our brethern at Boston as suffering in 
the common cause of America. 

" II. That a Congress of Deputies from the several Colonies in 
North America is tlie most probable and proper mode of procuring 
i-elief for our suffering brethren, obtaining redress of American 
grievances, securing our rights and liberties, and reestablishing 
|)eace and harmony between Great Britain and these Colonies on a 
constitutional foundation. 

"•• III. That a large and respectable committee l)e immediately 
ap|)ointed for the cijy and county of Philadelphia, to corresi)ond 
with the sister Colonies and with the several counties in this Pro- 
vince, in order that all may unite in promoting and endeavoring to 
attani the great and valuable ends mentioned in the foregoing re- 
solution. 

" IV. That the committee nominated by tliis meeting shall con- 
sult together, and on mature deliberation determine what is the 
most proiwr mode of collecting the sense of this Province, and ap- 
pointing deputies for the same to attend a general Concrress; and, 
having determined thereu|)on, shall take such measures, as by them 
shall be judged most expedient, for procuring this Province to be 
represented at the said Congress, in the best manner that can be 
devised for promoting the public welfare. 

*' V. That the committee ,be instructed immediately to set on 
foot a subscription for the relic^f of such poor inhabitants of the 
town of Boston as may be de]>rived of the means of subsistence by 
the oi)eratioh of the act of Parliament commonly styled the Boston 



278 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Port Bill— the money arising from such subscriptions to be laid out 
as the committee siiall think will best answer the ends proposed. 

'•VI. That the committee consist of forty-tliree persons, viz: 
John Dickinson, Edward Pennington, John Nixon, Thomas Will- 
ing, George Clymer, Samuel Howell, Joseph Reed, John Robertsi 
(miller,) Thomas Wharton, junr., Charles Thompson, Jacob Barge, 
Thomas Barclay, William Rush, Robert Smith, (cari)enter,) Thomas 
Fitzsimmons, George Roberts, Samuel Ervin, Thomas Mifflin, John 
Cox, George Gray, Robert Morris, Samuel Miles, John M. Nesbit, 
Peter Clievalier, Wm. Moulder, Joseph Moulder, Anthony Morris, 
junr., John Allen, Jeremiah AVarder, junr.. Rev. Dr. William 
Smith, Paul Engle, Thomas Penrose, James Mease, Benjamin Mar- 
shall, Reuben Haines, John Bayard, Jonathan B. Smith, Thomas 
Whaaton, Isaac Howell, Michael Hillegas, Adam Hubley, George 
Schlosser, and Christopher Ludwick. And after the first reading 
of the propositions that had been prepared for the meeting on Sat- 
urday, the 18th inst., and before they were put up separately, tlie 
Rev. Dr. Smith made the following short address, which is published 
at the desire of many : 

*' Gentlemen : The occasion of this meeting has been fully ex- 
plained to you, and sundry propositions read, which are now to be 
separately offered for your approbation or disapprobation. But be- 
fore you proceed to this business, it has been thought proixr to 
submit a few things to your good judgment, with respect to the or- 
der and decorum necessary to be observed in the discussion of every 
question. 

*' It need not be repeated to you that matters of the highest con- 
sequence to tlie happiness of tliis Province, nay of all British 
America, depend upon your delil)erations this day — perhaps noth- 
ing less tlian whether the breach with the country from which we 
descended shall be irrej)arably widened, or whether ways and means 
upon constitutional grounds may not yet be devised for closing that 
breach, and restoring that harmony from whici), in our better days, 
( Treat Britain and her colonies derived mutual strength and glory, 
an;l were exalted into an importance tliat, botli in peace and war, 
made tlu in tlie envy and terror of the neighboring nations. 

'' Wliile subjects sucli as these are agitated before us, everythincr 
that may inllame and mislead the passions sliould be cast far be- 
hind us. A ca'.ise of such imi)ortance and magnitude as that now 
under our deliberation, is not to be conducted to its true issue by 
any heated or hasty resolves, nor by any bitterness and animosities 
among ourselves, nor even j>erhaps by too severe a recapitulation 
of past grievances, but require the temperate and enlightened zeal 
of the mitrioi, the prudence and experience of the aged, the strength 
of mind and vigor of those who are in their prime of life, and, in 
short, the united wisdom and efforts of alL both hiffh and low. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 270 

Joining iijind in liaml, and setting foot to foot, upon the fnm ground 
«>f resison and the constitution. 

**' Whenever i)arty distinctions begin to oi)erate, we shall give 
c«iisieof triumph to those who may be watchful as well as power- 
^*^«1 to abridge us of our native right. There ought to be no party, 
*'^> Contention here, but who shall be firmest and foremost in the 
^^^Mimon cause of America. Every man^s sentiments should be 
^■**?**ly heard, and without prejudice. While we contend for liberty 
^^""*tli others, let us not refuse liberty to each other. 

*"* AVhatever ro(e is known to be now passed, uix)n full delibern- 
^*ou,and by the unanimous voice of this great city and county^ 
^"^ill not only be respected through all America, but will Iiave such 
^ ^v^eight as the proudest Minister in England may have reason to 
'*^^SiJ€ct. But if it is known to be a divided vote, or adopted hastily 
^11 Some angry day, it will (mly Ik? injurious to our own cause. 

'* What I have in charge to request of you is this— that if, on any 

point, we sliould liave a difference of sentiments, every person may 

^*^ uUowed to speak his mind freely, and to conclude what he has to 

offer, without any such outward marks of approbation or disappro- 

^u,tion as dappinq or hissinrj, and that if a division should be nec- 

^^TSaary, {which it is hojied may not be the case this day,) sucli divi- 

^^on may be made in the maimer desired by tlie chairman, with all 

l>08sible order and decorum. 

"The following is a copy of the circular letter sent by the com- 
mittee for tliis ciiy and county [Phihideli)liial to tlie different coun- 

"ties in this Province : 

" Philadelphia, June ^'S, 177 4. 

"(iKNTLEMEX : Tlio Coniniiltrc of CorrospoiHlence for this city 
;ui(l county beg leave to enclose yon copies of the resolves. ])asse(l 
at a very lari^e and respectable nieetinir (>f the freeliol lersaiid f n c- 
iiufii in tlie State House Square, on Saturday, tlie IMli inst. Uy 
t!ie 4th of those resolves, you will observe that it was left for the 
connnittee '' To determine on thiMuost proper mode of collecting;: 
tlie sense of tliis Province in the present critical situation of our 
affairs, and appointing Dei)nties to attend the iintpnscd Crnn/ros/^ 
In pursuance of this trust, we have, upon the niaturest delibera- 
tion, determined upon the mode contained in the two following pro- 
l>ositions, which we hope may meet with the ai)prol)ation and con- 
currence of your respectable (M)unty, viz: 

*■' 1. That the Sj^aker of the Honorable House of Rei)resentatives 
lx» desired to write to the several members of Assembly in this Pro- 
vince, recpiesting them to meet in this city as soon as j>(.>sil)le, but 
not later than the 1st of August next, to take into their considera- 
tion our very alarming situation. 

" -. That letters be written to i)roi)er persons in each C()unty. re- 
<*ommending it to them to get committees api)ointed for their re- 



280 AS;sOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Bi«ctive counties, and that tlie aaid coninittees, or such number ol 
lliem KS Uiiy be tliougitt proper, may meet in P>iiladel[diift nt tlie 
time tlie Uepresentativ^a are coiivennl, in order to codbuU mid ad. 
vise on llie must ex|iedient mode of appointing Deputies for the 
generut Cungi-esB, and to give tlieir weight to aucti as may be a|>< 
IKilnted. 

" The Si)eaker of tlie Asaemlilf , iu a very obliging and ready 
manner, hiul agreed to comply with tlie request In the former of 
these i>ropositi oils, but we are now Informed tliHt, on account of 
ihe ludidu diet urbai ices, tlie Ciovemor tins found It necessary to call 
the Assembly to meet In their legislati ve capacity on Monday, July 
IH, being about the same time the Speaker would probably have In- 
vited tliem to a conference or canv<tntion In tlielr private capacity. 

" What we have therefore to request is, that if you approve of the 
mode expressed in the second pniposltioti, the whole or part of tlie 
committee appointed, or to be appointed for your county, will meet 
committees from the otlier counties at Philadelphia, on Friday, the 
IStli of July, in order to assist iu framiuK instructions, and prepar- 
ing such matters as may be proiier to recommend to uur Repiesen- 
tiitives ut tlieir meeting the Monday following. 

" We trust no ajtology is necessary fur the trouble we propose 
giving your committee, of attending at Philadelphia; as we an 
|iersuaded, you are fully convinced of tlie necessity of the closest 
union among ourselves iHith in aentlnientund action ; nor can sucli 
union be obtained so well by any other metliwi as by a nifwting ol 
tlie county committees of ouch luirticulur Province, in one place 
preiwratory to the general Congi-esa. 

" We would not ofFer such an alfront to the well known publit 
spirit of Pennsylvania us as to question your zeal on the present oc 
casion. Uur very existence in the rank of freemen, and the se 
curity of all that ought to l-e dear to us evidently depend u|)on oiii 
conducting this great cause to its proper issue l»y tirmness, wisdom 
and unanimity. We cannot, therefore, doubt your ready concur 
reiice in every measure that may be conducive to the public goial : 
undit is with pleasure we can assure you that all the Colonies, fron 
S. Carolina to X. Ilamiishire, seem nnimated with one spirit in tlw 
common cause, and consider tliis as the proper crisis for having oni 
diftei-ences witli the Mother (Jountry brought to some certain issue 
andourliliertiesfixt upon a permanent foundation. This desirable 
cud can only be siccompllshed by a free communion of seiitimeuta 
and a «iTieere fervent regard to the interests of our common conn- 
try. We hfn to be favoured with an answer to this and wlietbw 
tlie committee for yolu' county ciui attend at Phila., at the time 
]ii'o|K>sed. 

Signed by order of the committee, 

Thomas Wili.iso, t'hairmnn." 




AND MILITIA UF THE BEVOLUTIOX. 



I'ANCASTER, Sqi>tembcr 9, 177^. 
_A.t> a meeting of tlie committee of tlie cotiuty of LanciiBtei', at 
f,„-*»»«=Mt*!r, on the etii September, 1774, Edwnrd Sliippeii, Esq., in 
CI ■ ^ c=hair. 

-IX'*"^ Bubecriptiona received for tlie relief of the distreaaeB of the 

,^-_^^K- inhabitants of tlie town of BobIod, weie laid before the com- 

^iri«i«e. and tt appearotli that the sum of one hundred and fifty- 

.XZJ* pounds, flftetii sliilliuga and two iieiice lias been collected in 

*^^ tmrauHti of Lancaster for the purposes aforesaid, that it being 

^^ -^ to the vote whether the said aom should not be immediately 

'* — -^»itted to Philadelpliia to Mr. John Nixon, the Treasurer of the 

^^.^--, ^r and county of Ptiiladelphia, to be laid out in euch manner as 

^~ committee for the said city and county should think proper for 

^ _^-j xelief of our distressed poor brethren of the town of Boston, tlie 

^^.^::k « was carried In the affirmative, and Edward bhip|ien, E»q., the 

*** ^^, % rman, is requested to forward the said sum of money foithwitli 

^ ^r^biladelphia for the purpose aforesaid. 

*^-^ *^ t this time no proper account could possibly be had of the sub- 
- i. Cation papers of the several townships in this county. 

• lie following letter was omitted entering in its |iro[>er place, and 
^tm.^ follows, to wit : 

Plin,ADKLPIIlA, Jtinf 20, 1774. 

*. '- <i&NTLEMEN : Enclosed you will receive a printed circular let- 
^_ ^ 9iKned by tlie chairman of our committee, and the resolves there- 
^, reff rred to, with some otiier printed |W|>era. The use to be made 
^-,f tlii^m, your own prudence and Rood judgment will s 



»«=^ 



Vfoiiltl be glad to hear 
-vour county, and are 



s [lossible from the committee for 



iir moat humble servant, 

William Smith. 
Vour assured friend, 

Isaac IIowkll." 
To Edward Shippen and George Ross, Esij'rs., who are requested 
to cODimunicate the enclosed |>ai)ers to tlie other gentlemen of the 
coninaittee. 

Ttiose gentlemen named and apiwinted at the meeting of the 0th 
of July last, attended the jirovincial convention at Philadelphia, on 
MondMy, the 15th tlien next. And the proceedings, together with 
[Jie rt^solves of that provincial committee, hath been inserted in the 
public papers. 



Lancaster, AvquAt 11, IT74. 
At a meeting of the committee August 1 llli, they were informed 
tliat Joabuaand Robert Locbharts, of tliis borough, shopkee|)ers, 
had brouglit to this town a quantity of te-.i, that have paid duty 



282 ASSOOIATED JJATTAUONS 

iiitUer the lute uct of PuTliumeiit. A note was tlierefore sent to 
tbeui by tilt! cuiDiiiitleu rtquiriiig tlielr iuimediate atteiiiluuce. In 
CDiiseqiieiice tlieveuf, une u( the iturtiiera ctLllixi ou tlie coniiiiittee, 
but denied their liuviiiK received uuy tea, but aa lliis account b; no 
means appeared sutiitfactory fi'oni ueveral niaiten whicli escaped 
tiie piirtiier atteudiiig, ilie cuiuuiitlee did inspect tlieir sliop, and 
with Bouie dilliuulty leurued of ii chest uf Buhea tea, weiglit 849, 
neat weigtil, wliieh tiieyliud bought [rum u certain merctiautiu l*lii- 
ladelpliia. The cuuiuiiltee, takiutf an iiccount ol all lite muiks of 
tlie cjise in wliicli it was piicked, removed the tea, and wrote to the 
committee of Pliiladelpliia, who exiimhied tlie matter, and it ap- 
peareth that this tea never Lad paid any duty, but was part of a 
seizure made by the Custom llonse and was afterwards purcliased 
at a public sale by the original owner of it. as by a letter from the 
committee of Piiiladelplila, dated August 2dth, wrote and signed 
by tlie Honorable Tiionias Willing, tlie chairman, directed to this 
committee, apiieni-s ; n|)On whicli, the said teas were returned ugain, 
and the said Loctiharts were acquitted. 

The Continental Congress held at I'liihidelpliia, the firth of Sep- 
temlier, 1774, eontinued to the 25tli of October ; the votes and pi'o- 
ceadingnf which liave since been pnblishnl in tlie public papers, 
and printed uIho by a paniplilet containing the bill of rights, list of 
grievances, occasioiml resolves, the assoeiatlon, un address to the 
H'Opleof Great Iti'ltiiin.a memorial to tlie inliabitantsof the liritisli 
American Colonics, and iietition to tlie King. 



N'-remfier SS, 1774. 
Tlie committee of tills iNirnngli met and tlie following liand-bill 
hy them unh'ied to lie printed, and sent to, and put up at all tlie 
public plaees in this county, viz : 

T<i tlie frecluilth rn and ikchira of tlic coniid/ of L incofttr: 

Thecimnnitlee for the iHHongh of J-aiiciister, taking in tlieir con- 
sideriilion the lesolvesaiid reconiineiidalionsof the American Cun- 
tiiieiitut Congiess. n^qnetit tliut tiie freeholders and others (lualilied 
to vote for Hep resell la lives in Assembly for the county of Lancas- 
ter, would meet at the court honsL> In l^mcaster, on Tliursday, tlie 
litteenth diiy of IJt'cember next, to choose iiy liallnt sixty (woiiet- 
pei'sons for a committee, to uLiserve the conduct of all (H-rsons 
toncliing the general Association of the general Congress: wliicli 
committee, it is pro)iosed, when elected, shall divide the connty 
into (lilTerent districts, and api>otnt members of tiie committee to 
snperiiilend e:<cli district, and any six of the members so appointed 
for a district to be a quorum for transacting business. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 288 

will be necessiiry, pi*evious to the general election, that each 
uship shall elect a proper person to act as iuspeptor, and receive 
tickets of the electors on that day. 



Q the said 15ih day of December, in pursuance to the notice 
Te mentioned, a general election was held at the borough ol' 
leaster, for this county, and the following persons were chosen 
Lud for a committee, viz : 



FIRST DISTRICT. 
' * '^ucuter borough, 

Edward Shipi)eu. 
George Ross, 
.lames Webb. 
Adam Simon Kuhn. 
Jasper Yeates. 
William xVtlee. 
Adam Reigart. 
William Bausman. 
Christian Voght. 
Eberhard Michael. 
Charh'S Hall. 
Casi)er Shaffner. 

Martin Bear. 

^ »/"<£;» or. 

John KilhefTer. 
Jacob WistltT. 
*Jani(?s Jacks. 

Valentine Brenneniaii. 

Samuel Hear. 
Sebastian Graft". 



SECOND DISTRICT 



PaxUmQ. 

James Burd. 
Joseph Sherer. 
John Backenstose. 



384 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

LondondcfTj/. 

John Ciuu|>liell. 
Jkrry. 

Caatle Dyers. 

■Robert McK«e. 

'WllliKm Laird. 
Hauoetr. 

Timothy Oreeii. 



Upper Paxlang. 

William Fattersoo. 

TIIIKD DISTRICT. 
Mount Joy. 

*James Cunningliam. 

Abraham Pi-ed«rlck. 
liupho- 

Jitcob EhriBmuii. 

Patrick Hays. 
Dmiftjal. 

•BiirtremGalbraith. 

Alex. Lowrey. 

Frederick Mumma. 
Waricick. 

Jocol) Erb. 

Pet«r Grubb. 



Ltbanon. 

Tlioman Ciark. 

(.'iiitiaGniltlj, 

Henry I.iulit. 

Henry Biiehler. 
Jhtkd. 

"Liiiiwig Shiiey. 

•(.ifisjKT Knlir- 

•-lolni ItH.spliiire. 

'Kiliuii Lniifr. 

•Siiniiii'l .(nnes. 



FOURTH DISTRICT. 



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AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 286 



Jj'eidtlberg, 

John Weiser. 

Hans Frantz. 



*A]exander Martin. 

^Emanuel Carpenter. 

*Anthony Ellmaker. 

William Smith. 

^Zacclieus Davis. 
George Uein. 
John Brubaker. 

John Jones. 

33enjamin Lessley. 

f-Marvon, 

Jenkins. 



FIFTH DISTRICT. 



SIXTH DISTRICT. 
Sec M-m^sf W>ury, 

■•^ James Clemson. 
-■^John Whitehill. 

IKJavid Watson. 
ZS^athaniel Ligtner. 

IKberhart Grube. 
I^ichael Witter. 

<«Johu Witroer, Jr. 



SEVENTH DISTRICT. 
slmry. 

Robert Bailey. 

'^U Britain. 

John Alton. 
Thomas Whiteside. 



2S6 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Drumort, 

•Thomas Poiter. 

•William Mcfritire, 
Bart. 

Jacob Bear. 

Hieronimiis Hiekmnii. 
OAerfin. 

Joshua Aiidfrson. 
Marliek. 

John Snodgratn. 
S. B. Tlie mimes with the aatericka (•) before them were elected 
ill tlieir resttective towiislii|is, and uiion ]ii'0|)er certitl<;attfu by litem 
l>rudiice(l of their being duly elected, their names being udded to 
committee. 



At a meetinE of the committee of the IrarniiKh of l^ncastef. 
liresent, Edwjird Shri>i)en, Esq., Wilhani Biuismmi, Cliarlea Hiill, 
Chiislian VorIiI, Sebastian Gnift, Adam Keif;art,Ciis|)erl^liaffner, 
William Alice, I'eter Griilib, and Eberliart Mtclmel, Edward lsliii>- 
|)cn, Esq., in tl;e cliair, 

!^evei'ul III the reinitable inhabitanta of this boruiifth of T^ticnster, 

IiavtiiR metitioiied tljeir dislike to Mr. Francis , tinviiiK 

oiwiied ii daiiciiiR scliool in this borouRti, (at tlie pivseiit time! and 
that in tlieiv ophiiun llie same was contrary to tlie eighth article of 
the Assofiatioii of tlie Continental Congri'ss. ;md requesting a meet- 
ing of tlii.t couimilt^G and their sentiiiients on tlie oecnaion. Upon 
consideration of the matter, it is the opinion of this committee tli»t 

the said Mr. Francis , ojiening and keeping a dancing school 

in the said Imrough, comes within the meaning of the eighth article 
of tlie Association of the Continental Congress, and that tlie same 
ought, at the present time, dnring the unhapiiy dispute with the 

niotlier eountrj', to Ije diacontiniied. And Mr. Francis , Iw- 

inn sent for, waited njion the committee, and being Informed of 
the .Hi'iitlnients of thia committee, agreed and promised to break ut> 
and discontinne liia aaid school. 

Signed by the members above named. 

A letter received from the Committee of Correspondence of the 
city of L'hiladelplilu, dated the 23 December. 1774, directed to tlie 
committee of this place, of which the following is a copy, viz: 

Gentlemkn : By order of the committee of the City and Liber- 
ties of Philiideliihiii, we have the pleasure to tranamlt you tbe (id- 
lowing resolves, [mssed this day with great unanimity, viz: 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 287 

'* Tliat this committee think it absolutely necessary that the com- 
mittees of the counties of this Province, or such deputies as they 
may appoint for tliis purpose, be requested to meet together in pro- 
vincial convention as soon as convenient. 

"' That it be recommended to tlie county committees to meet in 
said convention, on Monday, the 23d day of January n^xt, in the 
city of Pliiladelphia. 

'* From a view of the present situation of public affairs, the com- 
mittee have l)een induced to propose this convention that the sense 
of the Province may be obtained ; and tliat tlie measures to be 
taken thereupon, may be the result of tlie united wisdom of the 
Colony. 

'* The obvious necessity of giving an immediate consideration to 
many matters of the greatest importance to the general welfare, 
will, we hoi>e, sufficiently apologize to you for naming so early a 
day as the 23d of January. 
" We are. gentlemen, respectfully, your humble servants, 

Jos. Heed, 
Charles Thomson, 
Geo. Clymer, 
John Nixon, 
John Bbnezet, 
Sam'l. Meredith, 
Thos. Mifflin, 
JoxA. B. Smith. 
O mi), lithe of Cornspondeive/' 

The followiiic: letter from the Conunitlco of Con^^spoiuleiicc for 
the county of Heiks. was sent to the coiinnittcc of this |>lace, viz: 

*' Heaimng, I'd Janwiry, 1775. 

'' Tfiis day the committee of this county met liere. A letter from 
the Committee of Correspondence of the City and Liberties of Pliil- 
adelphia, (meaning the same above,) was laid before them propos- 
ing a i)rovincial convention, to be held at Philadelphia, the liiid in- 
stant. The letter being duly considered, the committee nnani- 
niously agreed to the proposed convention, and a])pointed Edward 
Biddle, Jonathan Potts, Mark Bird, Christopher Shultz, John Pat- 
ton, Sebastian Levan, and Balzer Gehr a committee to attend the 
said convention, in behalf of this county. The committee then 
l»roceeded to choose a Committee of Correspondence, and Edward 
Biddle, WiUiam Heerer, Mark Bird, Jonathan Potts, and Christo- 
pher Wittman were duly elected a Committee of Correspondence 
for this county. 

'^ Extract from the proceedings of the committee. 

Jonathan Potts, 

Clerk:' 



288 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Another letter from the SHme Committee of Correspoiideiice of 
the county of lierks, tu tlie cuininitt«fl of tliis |i1hc<', viz : 

" Reauiko, Sth Januiiry, 17TS. 

"Grntlembn: Enclosed ia an extract fi'om the proceedings of 
tlie coninultet^ of thia county, tiy whicli you will Bee thst <leputie§ 
lire H|>|>ointed to utteiid the iiroposeil proviiiciul convention. 

" Wlieii we consider that oiir dia[iutfH iire drnwiiiK fast to a crisis, 
and that tlie most cnnlial [inariimit; Isalisnlutely necessary for our 
Iireservation, we cannot doubt but that your res|>ectable committee 
will without hesitation aiipoint deputies to attend the provincia! 
ConRiess. Tlie neRlect of any one county may have tlie most fatal 
consequences. And we well know the pleasures it would Rive our 
enemies to see even the apiiearance of u disunion at this very im- 
,I>oitant time. 

" Tlie (treat consequence of tliis subject will, we hope, apologize 
lor tliisfi*eedom. 

3 greatest resiiect, yoiir most obe- 

EDWAUI) 1)[DDLB. 

Jonathan 1'ottp, 
William Reiikek, 

CmtlSTOPIIEIt WiTMAN, 

Mahk Diun, 

Crmtjiiittee <•/ Corre»iiondrnce." 
N. II. Tlie almve mentioned extracts, Ac, are put among the 
nies of other |iH|)ers lelative to the committee. 



At n meeting of the Committee of Inspection of the eotlnty of 
Lancaster, at the court liouse in Ijincaster, on Saturday, the 14th 
day of .lanuHry, 1773, Edwanl Shippen, Esq., was chosen chairmun. 

It was unanimously agreed that in case of any difterenct) in sen- 
timents, the question proi>osed Ite determined by the niembera of 
the committee, voting by towii8hi|>s. 

A letter from the Committee of Cor^pondence of the City and 
Liberties of Philadelphia, and another letter from the Coromittea 
nf Corres|)ondence of Berks county, were then read -, and it beinf 
ptit to vote, whether this commit tee would appoint deputies to me^ 
the other counties of this Province in provineial convention, on 
Monday, the 23d .Isnuary Instant, the same was carred Id the BfOf. 
mative ; 

Teas: Borough of I-aneaster, Hempfleld township, Hunhelm 
township, Paxtang township, ITanover township. Ijondonderry 
township. Mount Joy township, llapho township, Donegal towosbip, 



AXD MILITIA OF THE REVOI-DTIuN. 269 

^2irwick townsliip, I^bnnon Iowns]ili>, Bttliil totnisliip, E]i7A- 
l^jli ton-iislii|i, Earl towii8l>ii>, Ilivcknoc-k tnwTialiiii, CaeruHivoii 
to**' •**'''!'• '^''sbury townHliip, I^iicock towiialiip, Lampeter towii- 
BliiP» Salisbury township. Little Britaiu towiislii|i, Urumore towii- 
giiir*» *^len»i(i townsliip, 

^ ays: I^iicaster township, Derry townsliip, Stnisbiirg tuwnahip, 
Bi«rt township. 

,'Vl'*''"*'- t-'onestoRa townaliip, Upix'r PiixtiniE toniishp, II«-idel- 
iH>i-fC townsliip, Cociilico tuwiiahip,-Martlc townsliip, Muiior town- 

•^lie committee then procivded to apiioint deputies, and the fiil- 
l^^^-iiiggt-iitleiuenito wit; Adam Mimou Kidin, James Biird, James 
Clein^o"' Ksi\., Pfter Gruhh, Seltastian Uiaff. David .leukiiii<, and 
Q^rtraoi GnlUntitli. or any Ave of tlier i, weru nominated to attend 
tite sAld provincial convention, in l)eh»lf of tlie county of Lancaster. 
EuwAitD ISnii'PEV, 

■ Tlie foreitoing proeeedingB of tlie committee and occurrences are 
recorded by E. M. (June 3d, 1TT3.) 



A t a meetlnit of the Committee of Observation, at the lionse of 
Adum Iteigart, the tliirlietli day of Mareli, in tlie year of our Loiil 
one tlioiisand seven liundred and seventy-live. 

Pr»-3ent: George Ross, Esq.,Jasi>C'r Yeates. Esq., Wm. Atlee 
^sq., Aitam Reigart, William Bansman, Esq.. C'liaileH Hall, CosJ 
per Slisiftner, Samuel Bare. Eberliart Michael, James Cuiminghani. 
Alexander Martin, Wm. fmith.— George Boas, Esq., chosen chair- 
man ; George Ross, Jr., cliosen clerk. 

A tiofnplaint being made to the committee that Charles Hamilton 

liad Sold tea contrary to tlie Association of the Continuital (■(in- 

("P^ss. Ordered that notice he given to siiid Charles Hamilton. 

Titerfdpnn, a copy of the following notice was sent to Mr. ChailfM 

fl»mnton: 

" **« n ; You are charged liefore the committee for Ihis county of 

ftavii^g vended a quantity of tea since tlie fliat instant, contrary to 

'"^ -A. Bsociation of the Continentid Congress. The committee are 

""*«" a'tling at Mr. Adam Reigiirt's, and desire your attendance to 

*na VK-^r to the charge." 

(Signed) "Geo. Boss, jnn,. 

Cfeci." 
^2 '^■^^ Mr. Charles Hamilton, shopkeeper. 
-*^nrtft W, 177S." 
1»- Vol. XIII. 



290 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Mr. namiltoii liavins attended, and It appearing br tlie oath of 
Juiiii Tiiyliir, llie clerk, that Uie tea was sold in Mr. IlamiUon'B ab- 
sence at I'lillrtdelplila, contrary to the exiireus orders jtiven by btm 
In lilii sUtn'. »hice the tlrst of filarcli liistm.l : and Mr. Hamilton, 
uiN>ii kiiiiwiiit! or llie wiid tea Ik'Jiir 3ii1:I, i mined hitely disapproved 
i)f tliesiile tliereof. And Mr. Ilamiltuii, liirnsfir, upon oath, de- 
I'lariiit; (li'it ever shice tlie first of Miircli, instant, liis orders In ihe 
Htore liiivu been to liiu clerk that they sliould sell no tea whatsoever, 
and tliiil the said sale was hi his absence, and that he disapproves 
llieitof, UiMtu consideration of llie iiremlsca by the committee. It 
is ttieir nnanlnaous opinion tlnit Mr. Hamilton stands acquitted of 
the cliarge H|;alnst him, and that he liath not counteracted the Ab- 
sociation of tlie Continental ConRress. 

" 1, Cliiirles Hamilton, of the borongh of Lancaster, shopkeeper, 
tlo hereby declare and assert, that 1 utterly disapprove of the Bales 
of any tea in my store since tlie first day of Marcli, instant, and it 
i^ and always I mtli l>eeu my fixed intention and determination to 
lulliere inviolably to tlie Association of tlie American Continental 
CiniKreM, l>einf[ fully convinced that tlie meaanres proposed tiiere- 
liy are Ihe only probable modes of rescning America from British 
Parliamentary des|>otism. Witness iny hxnd, tlie thii-tiet)i day of 
March, A. I), one thousand seven hundred and seventy-five. 

(Signed) '■ Charles Hamilton, " 

Edward Slilp|>en, Esq., George Robs, Esiq., Jasiier Yeates, Esq., 
William Allee, Ksq., Adamtiimon Kiihn, l£sq.,and William Baus. 
man, Esq., or any lour of tliem, are apiiointed a standing Commit- 
tee of Cor res] ion deuce for the county of Lancaster. 

The meniiwis of the committee for tlie comity of I^ncaster, now 
present, taking into consideration the conduct of George Koss. Esq. 
Ill tlie late interesting dispute in the House of Assembly of this ^ 
I'rovince, resi>ccting the answer given to his honor, the Governor'a^ 
message, recommending a seiwrate (letitiou to his Majesty from thi^, 
said House of Assemlily, do unanimously approve of the active par»^ 
taken by the said Mr. U'lss in opiiosition to that measure, as th^» 
same would tend to introduce disunion amongst the Colonies; an«3 
do return the tlianks of tlie committee to Mr. Ross, afld the othev 
worthy meml)ers of the lionoralile house, who have so stendily ad. 
hered to the true welfare of their constituents iu oppoaitig a de«i<. 
laid plan to disunite us. 



At a meeting of the Committee of Inaprctlon and Obserration of 
llie liorougli of Lancaster, the l^th of April, lTT6,at the bouse of 
Adam Reign rt. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 291 

Present: Edward Shippen, Esq., William Atlee, William Baus- 

xtian,Cliarles Hall, William Patterson, Ccisper ShafFner, Eberbart 

Miclmel, Adam Ueigart. 

Eld ward Shippen, Esq., was chosen president. 

Xt appeariiig by inteliitfence from divers places and by the papers, 

that General Gage hath at length attacked tlie inhabitants of Mas- 

s^cliuaetts Bay, and killed and wounded many of them, and tlie 

l^^test accounts from England confirming the accounts that the 

l^»rliament of Great Britain are determined by force of arms to 

ooKxipel the Colonies to an abject submission to the Uite acts of the 

>ritish Parliament, calculated to deprive the inhabitants of the 

lonies of their inestimable rights and privileges, and that a for- 

i^able fleet and army are preimring to invade the Colonies or some 

Uiem ; it is therefore thought proper to request a general meet- 

^<^S of tlie committee for this county, to consult and determine upon 

^^^oli measures as may be necessary to be pursued at this alarming 

^^X'isis; and it is unanimously agreed that handbills be immediately 

uted and distributed throughout the county, requesting the 

obers of the committee to meet at the house of Adam Ueigart, 

^ "^ t.lie borough of Lancaster, on Monday, the first day of May next, 

^wo o^clock in the afternoon for those purposes, and Mr. Bailey 

ir^qnested to print a sufficient number of handbills for this pur- 

S in the following words, to wit : 

Lancaster, the 27th April, 1775. 
'he members of the Committee of Observation for the respective 



^^ ^^i'tricts and townships, are desired to meet at the borough of Lan- 
^*^^5«ter, at tlieliouseof Adam Ueipart, in the said bor()Uj?li,on Mon- 
^* '^3', the first day of May next, at two o'clock in the afternoon, to 



tisult and determine upon proper and necessary measures to be 
^*^Vwen for the general good in the present alarming situation of 
'^'^airs. 

^Vt the request of the Committee of Observation, in the borough 
Lancaster. 

(Signed) Edward Shippen, 

Chairman. 



At a meeting of the Committee of Observation for Lancaster 
bounty. May 1, 1775. 

Present : Edward Shippen, George Ross, Jasper Yeates, William 
Atlee, Adam Ueigart, Casper Sh a flfner, Valentine Brenizen, Charles 
llall, Samuel Baer, Sebastian GiafP, Eberhart Michael, James Burd, 
Joseph Sherer, John Campbell. William Patterson, James Cunning- 
bam, Bartram Galbraith, Alexander Lowry, Thomas Clark, Curtis 



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292 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Grubb, Eni)iiiiiel Carpenter, Alexander Msrth), Zacclieua Davis, 
David Jenkins, Jolin Wliitmore, Jr., Thomas I'urter, John Sood- 
grass, WillliiD) McEntirp, Tliomaa Whiteside, Ilobert Bailey, 
Joflliua Anderson, llieronimna Kckman. 

Ueurge liuHs, Esq., wiis unanimousty chosen chairman. 

U|N)n motion, 

Beifolved, That it is tlie nniinimous opinion of this committee, 
tliat it be most heartily recommended to the Inhabitants of tlie 
connty of Lancaster, immediately to associate and provide tliem- 
selves with arma and ammunition, and learn the art of military dis- 
cipline, to enable them to snp|>ort and defend their jnst rights and 
privileges aKaiiiat all arbitrary and despotic invasions by any [wrsun 
or [leraons whatsoever. 

The following Association was then proix)Sed, and being read 
paragraph by iiaragraph, was iinaniniously agreed to by the commit- 
tee, and follows in these words, to wit : 

Till Asaocialion of lite Freemen mid Inhahilantu off loyitshif) 

llie count;/ iif LitncaatcT. 

Whereas, Tlie enemies of Great Briliiin and America, have re- 
solved by foi-ce of arms, to carry into execution the most unjnst, 
tyrannical, and cruel edicts of the Br^lis^ Parliamenl, and reduce 
the free iKirn sons of America to a state of vassalage, and have flat, 
tered themselves from our unacquaintance with military discipline- 
that we should Iwcome an easy prey to them, or tamely submit, and 
bend onr necks to the yobe prepared for us. 

We do most solemnly agree and associate, under the deepest sense 
. of onr dnty to God, our country, ourselves, and iHMterity. to defend , 
and protect tlie religious and civil rights of this and our sister^ 
Cohmies, with our lives and onr fortunes, to the utmost of oui^ 
abilities, against any |>ower whatsoever, that shall attempt to de;^ 
prive us of them. 

And the better to enahli^ us so to do, we will use our utmost dili- 
gence to ac<iuaint ourselves with military discipline and the art • 

We do further agree to divide ourselves into companies, not ^^^ 
cifdiiigone hundred men each, so as lo make It most conveni^^^ 
to our situations and settlements, and to elect and rAiise such p^^^ 
suns as the nnijority of each company shall think ])roper for otflc^^^ 
viz: for each company, a captain, two lieutenants, and one ^ 
sign, who shall have the power of appointing the other officers -^ 
der them necessary for the companies. 

That when the companies are formed, and the offtcers chosen — ^ 
ap|>ointed,an association shall be signed by theotncenand solA. ^ 
of esch company for the good order and government ot tbe oO.*^ , 
and soldiers. 



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WD MILITIA OF THE Ub:VOLUTION. 



•293 



May od, 

JK^^olved^ That the members of the committee of the county of 

Lioaister do, with the utmost expedition, take an account of the 

hLRWXkXieT of whites— men, women, and children— to the respective 

to ^wx^ ships of this county, and transmit the same to tlie members 

Of %tMe committee, residing in Lancaster, to be forwarded to the 

i|[fe ^«msl)er8 of the general Congress for tlie Province of Pennsylvania. 

jnt^Jtolved, That the members of the committee do examine the 

QLA.s^ntity of powder and leaid the storekeei)ers have in their hands, 



Urn 
hmdm 



e respective townships, and that the storekeepers be required 

they sell no powder or lead before the first of June next, as 

tender the trade and custom of the inhabitants of the respec- 

townships, provided that it be sold only by such storekeei)crs 

ng a license from two members of the committee. 





t a meeting of the Committee of Observation, on the 4th day of 
, 1775, the commissioners of the county being also ))resent, Mr. 
Ties Hamilton agrees that the county shall have his powder, be- 
twenty-six casks, at the rate of £14 i)er cwt., and they paying 
carriage; and that the county shall have his lead, being about 
it hundred weight, at 4o pence per cwt. 
essrs. Josiah and Robert Lockhart agree that the county shall 
€ their powder, being five quarter casks, at £15 i)er cwt., they 
ing the carriage ; and their lead at 45 pence per cwt. 
Ir. Matthias Slough agrees tliat .the county shall have his pow- 
-, being four quarter casks, at £15 per cwt., they paying the car- 
e ; and his lead at 45 pence per cwt. 
ir. Simons, by Mr. I^vy Andrew Levy, agrees that the county 
11 have his powder, being two quarter casks, at the rate of £15 
cwt., they paying the carriage; and his lead, being about 200 
mds, at 45 pence per cwt. 

r. Charles Wirtz agrees that the county shall have his jwwder, 
|f3g five quarter casks and some pounds loose, at the rate of £15 
cwt., they paying the carriage ; and his lead, being about 150 
V^unds, at 45 pence per cwt. 

Mr. John Hopson agreeji that the county shall have his iK)wder, 
Y)eiug two quarter casks, at the rate of £15 per cwt., they paying 
tbe carriage. 

Mr. Crawford agrees that the county shall have his powder, be- 
ing 10 or 12 pounds, at the rate of £15 |)er cwt. and carriage. 
. Mr. Bickham agrees that the county shall have his powder, being 
006 quarter cask and some loose [K)wder, at the rate of £15 \)er cwt. 
aod carriage; and his lead at 45 i)ence \mr cwt. 
Mr, Oraff agrees that the county simll have his powder, being 
^ut SL cjuarter cask, at the rate of £15 \\e\' cwt., paying carriage. 



£91 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

At a raeetins of the Committee of Ubservutton for tbe bon 
and county of L:incaster, at tbe liouso of Adam Reigart, the 
May, 1776. 

Present: Gcorfie Boss, Emi., chairman, Javier Yeatea, 1 
William Atlw, Esq., CharleB UaU, Eberliart Uichael, Ca 
Shaffner, Adiim Reigart, Hebaatian QrafC, Eaq., Emanuel Cai 
ter, Eaq., James ClenAon, Esq., Alexander Lowry, Jamea Cum 
ham, Samuel Baer, Jumee Burd-, Esq., Chrlatiaii Voght.and J 
Erb. 

The question being put whether the powder, lead, and other 
tat; stores, wlilcb oan be collected in the eounty, • • • 
lUen the oonneotion is broken.] 



Wkdxi:8DAY, Noetmbcr Sth, IT 

A number of the members of cnmmittep, clinsen and appoi 

by the several townaliiits in I^nciiatcr county, to serve as ooni 

tee-men fur the ensuing year, assembliNl ut tlic court house in 

I'resent: For the borongb of Lancaster, Wjllinm Bausman, J 
(ilatz, Casper l^hHflucr, Ctiristian Vf^hl, Abraliiim Deliuft, Mil 
Musser; for LanciiBtpr township, Andrew GnifT, Michael Sli; 
for Manheim, Peter Bacbman, Sebaatlun Uraft, Ji\a\»T YeatMi 
Munor, Leonard Ito<lf unic : for Coneatoga, W illiam Atlee, Mil 
Ilnberstick, Ahraham Newcomer ; for Straslmrg, Bverhard Grt 
John Breckbill; for Warwick, John Erb. Peter Kratzer; foi 
calico, Michael Witnier; for Lampeter, .lohn Whitman, Jr., II 
KendlK; for Caernarvon, David Jenkins, Joshun Evans. II 
Weaver; for Iiel»anon, John Philip de Haas, Philip Greennwalt 
Bethel, Casper Kohr, Jolin Iteshore, Killlan I.ong-, for Hani 
John Rogers, John McKown ; for I^ndonderry, William D 
for Doneiral, Alexander I/>wry. Robert Craig; for Mount 
.Tiimes Cunningham, John Jamison, Abi-aham Scott; for V 
Piixtang, Samuel Taylor, James Murray ; for Brecknocli, Benji 

The members present proceeded to the cliolce of a ohainnan. i 
Jasper Yeittes, Es<i., was elected and took Ills seat accordingly 

George Itosa, junior, Esq., was chosen secretary. 

Peter Riblet was appointed door-keei<er and measenger to 
committee. 

The returns of the elections In the scvei-nl townahliw were 
duceit, and read, and jippmved of liy tiiis committee ; the folic 
gentlemen thereby ap| waring to have lieeu duly ehoaen In th 
H|iectlve lownshlis as memlxra of committee in tlie county of '. 
caster, viz : 



AND MILITIA OF TilE JiEVOLUTION. 29q 

1 II tlie borough of Lancaster, £dwHrd ^Miippen. George Ross, Wil- 

Uammi Bausmaii, J«|cob Glatz, Casper Sliaffiier, George Moore, CbriS: 

tiixx^ Voght, Abraham Dehuff, Jacob Krug, Michael Muaser, Adani 

Btf ifiart^ in Lancaster township, Matthias Slough. Andrew Graff, 

a i^obael Shank ; in Hernptield, Peter Brubaker, liobert Spear, Johi^ 

Hoover; in Ma,nheim, Peter Bachman, Sebastian Graff, Jasper 

T^9t^; in Manor, Leonard Rodfuuk, Jiicob Bupley, Heury Funk ; 

ia <Joaestoga, William Atlee, Michael Haberstick, Abraham New- 

GC^xiQir; in Drumope, John Long, William McEntira, John Smiley ; 

ia SBlrasburg, S^imuel Lefevre, Everhard Grubei', John Breckbil) ; 

itt. Xampeter, John Whitman, Jr., Heury Keudig, John Kirk ; in 

^2«.rwick« Valentine Griuer, Jacob Erb, Peter Kratzer; in £liz;i. 

b&t.li, George Hoyle, Clnistian Staley, Christian Royer ; in Cocalico, 

Michael Whitman, Adam Grill, George Elick; in Earl, Gabriel 

I^it.\riB, George llhine, Jonathan Roland; in Caernarvon, David 

Jenkins. Joshua Evans, Henry Weaver; in Brecknock, Ik^njamin 

L€*slie, Peter Good, Conrad Popp: in Heidelberg, Henry Eckert, 

Getjrge Hudson, Michael Ley; in Lebanon, Joim Philip de llsias, 

^*^ilip Greenawalt, John Light; in Bethel, Ciisi)er Kohr, Jolin Be- 

«li<»re,KillianLong; in Hanover, John McKown, John Rogers, Wil- 

Ij^am Cathcart ; in Londonden-y, William Hays, Robert Clark, Jacob 

^ooke; in Donegal, Bartram Galbraith, Alexander Lowry, Rol)ert 

Lr^i^. in Mount Joy, James Cunningham, Abraham Scott, John 

*'^t3aison; in Rapho, James Patterson, Jacob Halderaan, Joseph 

^-•yile ; in Upper Paxtang, Adam Werts, James Murray, Samuel 

Tlie return from the township of Paxtang being produced in these 
H-or<ls, to wit: 

"""-Vt an election held at Mr. William Dickey's, in Paxtoii lown- 

^'*il>, the 17th October, 1775, the following six persons were elected 

^** i^:i€?mbers of the County Conniiittee for the county of Lancaster, 

^ "^vit: James Burd, Joseph Sherer, William Brown, John Harris, 

**^»^%is Crouch, and .lacob Awl, (u* any three of these men to bead- 

'^^t.t.cid into the Committee from time to time." 

. ^^ertified by James Burd and Joseph Sherer, The same was ob- 

^^*^^€id to, and it being put to vote whether the same return should 

r^ ^"^ceived, as it contained a return of six persons instead of three, 

^^ l^«i.ssed in the negative unanimonsly. 

'^''^<: solved^ That in determining a qnestion in this committee, the 
^fough of Lancaster and the several townships in this county 
" ^*^li have each one vote, and the majority of the townships or bor- 
^^^li and townships so voting sliall determine the (piestion. 

-^^e^Holved, That no person shall speak more, than twice on the same 
^*^Uit, without leave of the committee. 

I'lie letters of the Committee of S;ifety of this Province, to the 
^^0[Jmittee of this county, resi^ecting J. Brooks and Doctor John 



£96 ASSOCIATED BATTALIOIfS 

Kearsley, (wtilcti were received at I.iiTicaster, betveen the time of 
the election of tliis committee and tills nieeting,) were read ; and 
tlie itroceedlngs of the gentlemen of ttie committee who negotiHted 
that business, and escorted Doctor Kearsley to York, being taken 
into con a [delation, tlieir conduct iSHpproved of by this committee. 
And tlie following persons, to wit : George Boos, Jasper Yeates, 
WtlliHm Atlee, William Bausman, Matthias Slough, Chriatian 
Voftl it, Jacob Glatz, Abraham DehutF, Sebasthin Gruff, Andnw 
Graff, Jolin Whitman, jun., and Jacob Kriig are appointed by the 
members of tlie committee now present, a sub-committee to see the 
sentence and resolves of the Committee of Safety respecting J. 
Itrwiks, a prisoner In the Kao] uf this county, strictly carried Into 
execution. And it is ordered that do person be admitted Into the 
company of the uiid J. Brooks, but in the presence of one or more 
of the sub-committee aforesaid, of wliich the gaoler is to have n<^ 
tice. 
Adjourned until to-morrow morning, eleven o'clock. 



TiiuKKDAY, NwtmUr 9lh, 1775. 

The committee mot according to adjournment. 

I'rescnl ; The same memliers who attended yesterday, and more- 
over George Uoss, Jacob Krug, George Moore, and Adam Reigart 
fur the borough of Lanciisl<;r ; Henry Eckert and Michael Ley for 
Ileidleberg township; and Gabriel Davis for Bart township. 

A new return of members elected for PaxtHug township being 
produced to the committee, oertlfying tliat Joseph Slierer, William 
Brown, and John Harris were duly cliosen to seive as members of 
ttie committee for the said township, the said retuiu is approved 
of, and they took their seats accordingly. 

A letter from the Committee of Safety to tlie late committee of 
this county, dated October Ttli, 1TT3, respecting some provincial 
muskets anpiioscd to be in the hands of tlie military associators and 
others in this county, being produced and read : 

lUarih-ed, That William Atlee, Alexander Lowry,and Setmstlan 
Graff 1)6 a committee for preiKiring the draft of an answer to the 
said letter, and timt they rei>ort the same to this committee In tus 
afternoon. 

Itemlreil, Unanimously, tliat this committee will use their en. 
deuviirs to carry into immediate execution th<4 resolves of the lion. 
orabli- House of Assemlily rea|iectlng the six iiundred stand of amg 
and other military ucc^ontremeiits to be furnished by the county 
of I^m caster. 

The iiueatiim iM-ing put whether the gun-smiths residing in the 
borough of I.unciister ahould not be immediulely sent for to give 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTIOX. 297 

tl j^ ir reasons to this committee, why they have not set about mak- 

-»-Ei#5' the arms directed by the honorable House of Assembly to be 

'^'^^■.c3e in the county of Lancaster, agreeable to the application of 

'^'i^^ commissioners and assessors of the said county, the same was 

nimoQsly carried in the affirmative, and the gun-smiths were 

t, for accordingly. 

petition signed by Henry Zericher being presented to the com- 

^tee, upon inquiry into the facts therein contained, it is ordered 

^his committee, (three townships dissenting,) that the said Henry 

x-icher be allowed five pounds of powder, and no more, out of the 

^lic magazine, for the purposes expressed in the petition, he pay- 

for the same into the county treasury at the rate of four shill- 

per pound. 

he sub-committee appointed to essay the draft of an answer to 



*^«=* letter of the Committee of Safety respecting the provincial 



^^-iskets, do now report to this committee, the draft of the answer 
^ ^ lich they had prepared, in tliese words, to wit : 

Lancasteu, November 9th,277o. 

Gentlemen : Your letter of the 7th day of October last, directed 
the committee of Lancaster county respecting the provincial 
xiskets in the hands of the military associators and otiiers in tliis 
*^^^unty, has been laid before this committee and taken into con- 
^ deration. 

We find that the gentlemen who were the Committee of Corres- 
^^H:)ndence, appointed by tlie lato county committee, had upon the 
"^"^ceipt of your letter, published and dispersed hand-bills tlirough- 
"^^ \it the county requiring the i>ersons possessed of such muskets to 
^riiig them in at this time. As none are brought in, we bep: leave 
^cj suggest to you some facts, relative to those arms, and wait your 
^ briber directions. 

After the troops raised by the Province in the late war were dis- 
V>an<led, a nural)er of muskets and military accoutrements were 
IcKlged at a Mr. Carson's in Paxtang, where they remained without 
«\ny notice or care being taken of them, until the unhappy disputes 
V.>et\veen Great Britain and the Colonies rendered it indisi)ensiibly 
iiecessary for our safety to associate and arm in defence of our 
i^iglits. The tlien committee of this county, upon hearing of those 
iirins, requested some of their members to examine and send them 
clown, intending an application to the Assembly to have them re- 
X^uired at the public expense, and put into the hands of such asso- 
ciators as were unable to furnish themselves, and who were to give 
receipts for them to be returned, if not lost in actual servi(fo. At 
this time arms were sought for with great assiduity ]>y every one who 
vrished to be instructed in the military discipline. The inhabitants 
of Cumberland county, knowing also of the provincial muskets, 



298 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

were beforelmnd witli us, and kavinfi^ the first choice, took tetween 
sixty and seventy of the best of them (for which Mr. Caraim has a 
receipt) leavin^r a pai*cel of rubbish which wei*e sent to this town, 
consisting of barrels mostly witliout locks and stocks, and all of 
them so covered with rust that they were thought almost unfit for 
use, and scarcely worth reimiring. Many of them wece loaded anil 
had probably beeu so for many years. Some of tiie poor asaociators 
here took the Ijarrels, and with much labor had them cleaned. By 
the help of some old locks which about tliis tiipe were found ip a 
garret in this town (witliout an owuei-) and were distributed 
amcmgst tliem, they had them put into such repair as to serve them 
to exercise with. These iiersons have been at a considerable ex- 
pense in putting them in tlie order they now are; and if they ara 
deprived of them, are not able to purcliase others. There are a few 
indeed of the best of tlie firelocks which we think could safely be 
trusted to for real service. To take the arms from the poor people 
under such circumstances would greatly damp their martial spirit. 

We conceive it our duty to mention these things to the Commit- 
tee of Safety. If that honorable Board, nevertheless, shall be c»f 
opinion that such firelocks will be of use and will direct in what 
manner tlie i)eople who have been at ex>>ense in re|»airing them are 
to be reimbursed, wo shall cheerfully exert ourselves to the utmost 
of our power in calling them in, and forwarding them to Philsidel- 
pliia. 

This, gentlemen, is the first opportunity we have hiid of answer- 
ing your letter relative to the arms. Give us leave to assure yon, 
it will afTord us great pleasure to be instrumental in any degree to 
the safety of the city of Philadelphia. We feel very sensibly the 
situation of your citizens ; we deem ourselves most strongly bound 
to give every assistance ia our i>ower to repel any attack which 
may be attempted against you, and humbly trust we shall not be 
deficient in the day of danger. 

Your letter of the 19th October, came to our hands. According 
to your desire a ])roi)er guard from hence conducted Dr. Kearsley 
to York, and took a receipt for his safe delivery to the committee 
there. J. Brooks remains confined in our gaol. A sub-committee 
of twelve gentlemen residing in and near tliis town, has been a)>- 
pointed to see that your sentence and resolves resiiecting Brooks be 
carried into execution, and no ])erson is ])ermitted to visit him but 
in the presence of one or more of those gentlemen. 

By order of the committee of L;inca8t»i- county. 

The foregoing answer read at the table, was unanimously ap- 
proved of, and it is ordered that the same be transmitted to the 
Committee of Safety by the first conveyance. 

Adjourned until to-morrow, eiglit o'clock. 





AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 299 

Friday, November lOthy 1775. 

committee met according to adjournment. 

The Siime members who attended yesterday, and more- 
^^r Joseph Lytle for liapho township. 
YJpeu motion, 

^XuoUtd^ That in case any of the gun-smiths, in the county of 
ncaster, upon application made to them by the members of the 
xnmittees of tlie respective townships to which they belong, shall 
Puae to go to work and make their proportion of the firelocks and 
^onets required of this county, by the honorable House of As- 
imbly, within two weeks from such application agreeable to the 
tterns, at the Philadelphia prices, such gun-smiths shall have 
DameB inserted in the minutes of this committee as enemies 
their country, and published as such, and the tools of the said 
^xn-smiths so refusing shall be taken from them, and moreover the 
^id gun-smitits shall not be permitted to carry on their trades un- 
they sliall engage to go to work as aforesaid, nor shall leave their 
spective places of residence until the arms are completed. 
And U is further resnlvcdj That the Committee of Correspondence 
^^id Observation do take especial care that their resolves be car- 
ried into execution. 

Christian Isch and Peter Reigart api^eared in committee, and 
**fjreed to set to work on Monday, the twentieth dny of November 
^^stant, and make muskets and bayonets for this county, (part of 
tlie number required from this county, by the lionorable House of 
-*Vssembly,) at the Philadelpliiii prices; and that they will conline 
tliemselves to that work entirely from that time to the fust day of 
Alarch next, and funiisli as many as they can possibly complete in 
tlie time, and deliver the same to the commissioners of the t'v.unty 
Or this committee. 

Michael Withers api)eared in committee, and agreed to set to 

^^•ork as soon as he hath completed a few gims which he hath now 

in hand, and make muskets and bayonets for this county, (part of 

t.he number required from this county by the honorable lloustiof 

-Assembly,) at the Philadelphia prices ; that he will confine himself 

i\ud his workmen to that work and carry on the same as exi^tli- 

tiously as he can, and that he will deliver in to tiie commissioners 

ii.nd assessors of this county or to this conniiittee as many muskets. 

[Here the minutes of the Committee of Correspondence abruptly 

terminates. It is supposed that they were in possession of JasiKjr 

Yeates, chairman of the committee.] 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



MUSTER ROLLS OF ASSOCIATORS. 



THE LIBERTY COMPANY OF LONDONDERRY. 



By reference, it will be aeen that the articleH of association liere- 
with Riven formed the busis of those Bdopt«d by the Committee of 
Siifety, us KiveD on page 2S3: 

TIte Aasucialion of Ike Liberty Utnitpany in Lancatler County. 

In order to make ourselves perfect in tlie art of Military. &c., 
We, tbe snliscribers, have associated, and sevenilly Agree, I'ro- 
mtae, and Resolve as follows, viz : 

Ist. Tliat Jacob Cook be the Cu)it»in, William Hay the Rrst Lieu- 
tenant, Robert McQueen tbe second Lieutenant, and David 
Mc(Jneen the Ensign uf the Cumi>any in London Derry called the 
Lilierty coni|i:niy, which sjiid Olhcers, according to their respective 
stations, to have tbe Cutnninnd of auid Company whilst under 
Arms, Mustering, or In actual Service, and that the said Ufficers 
simll remain till altered by a Majority of tbe Officers and two-tbirds 
of tbe Comi>any. 

iM. Tliut none of tbe Snbscribera or Company sliail disobey tbe 
Orders of either of tbe said Oftlcers whilst under Arms or Muster- 
ing, or in actual Service, under the Penalty of paying a sum not 
exceeding Twenty Shillings for every disobedience, to be inflicted 
and judged of by a Majority of tbe Officers. 

3d. Tbat each I'erson uf the Coni|iany shall (if not already done)^ 
as soon as possible, provide himself with a good Gun or Musket, iiKr- 
good order and reiiair, with a Cartouch-Box or Shot-Bajt, an^; 
rowder-IIorn, a half a Pound of Powder and two Pounds of I.eafl^ 

4th. That each of tbe said Company shall attend weekly on tsAto^ 
nrday, and on such other Times as the officers or a majority of tbeci^ 
Khali a)i]N)i]it, in the Town of Lancaster, or in tbe county of La^^ 
Ciictcr, ill sueh places as tbe saitl officers shall deem necessary, n -:^ 
der the Penalty of forfeiting and iwying tbe sum of One Shilli:^ 
for every almence, Sickness of the |>erson or Business out of t_ ■^ 
Town 01- Townships, to excuse. This is to he judged nf by a iKr^ 
j.n'ity of the Olllcers ; but in case of absence at any Meeting, fci-_ 



/ 



H^M 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTIOX. 301 

y so absenting to show Cause to the Officers Jijjainst the next 
cetling Meeting, or the Fine to be al)Solute ; every Person is to 
arat such Meeting with his Arms and Ammunition as nfore- 
uuder tlie Penalty of forfeiting the said Sura of One Stiilling, 
very default, unless a Mnjority of the Officers sliall remit such 



li. That no Person of the said Compnny shall api)ear drunk, or 
^^^ -K-s^or swear whilst under Arms Musterinjr, or in actual service, 
^, y-^ ^_1.crthe Penalty of i>aying Three Shillings for the first offence; 
p- ^ -^iT ^ Shillings for the second offence, and for the third offence to 
1^^^ ^^ :x|)elled the Company, a Majority of the Officei*s ai*e also to judge 
o :^ 't- I'tse offences. 

C^'tii. That should any of the Soldiers, by their conduct render 
t B j» ^^ MTiselves unworthy of being a Mt»ml)er of said Company, a Ma- 
j^z^m-'i *y of the Officers and Comiwny may expel him; and in such 

the Party expelled shall yet be obliged to pay off all arrearages 
iiies. 
"3" th. All Fines to be paid or exacted in consequence of the Reso- 
^lons or Regulations of this Company, are to be paid to the Cap- 
>1 Yi for the time being, or the Person api)ointed by him for that 
U and are to be laid out for use of the said Company. 
Ii. That the said Com i)any shall be increased to any number, 
exceeding One Hundred Men. 
til. That the said Com^mny shall not be obliged to march out of 
"fi lis I'rovince, without the Direction of a Majority of the officers, 
'^^^ i t, I J the consent of a Majority of the soldiers. 

1 Ot.li. That in case it l>e thought exi»edient the Companies of this 
^c>XMw\iy should form themselves into Battalions or Regiments, we 
^o _li«reby impower the Officers aforesaid, to join with the other 
^^^c^TS of the Coimty, in choosing Field Officers to connnand such 
^i* t tsilion or Regiment. 

1 1 th. That this Association to continue for the space of Eight 
^'^^^T^'ths next following, unless the time be enlargiHl by a Majority 
^^ t.1 B e subscribers, or the Association dissolved by two-thirds of the 
^' ■ V»a*criber8. 

^ iith. That this Com])any jind every men)lKT thereof shall also 
^^^ «^x:m ^)ly with any other Resolutions that shall l)e entered into l)y a 
"^^^ 3 <nrity of the officers and a majority of the Company for the Reg- 
" ^ ** "^ ion. Government or Support of this Company. 

^ ^^th. That a majority of the officers shall appoint the Sergeants, 
^^^ ^'"'^jorals, and Drum for the Company. 
^ -^rth. That the officers are to be fined for offences equal with ye 
*^^^ ^ "^'^ Sites. 

testimony whereof we have hereunto set our Uands, the seven- 
th day of May, 1776. 



ASSOCIATED nATTAMONS 



Allemmi, Jolin. 
Bmtton, John. 
DlBlinp, 8toi>tie1. 
Itlttck, James. 
Doyd, tJHinuel. 
Bream, I'eter. 
Brown, J nines. 
Buck, llobert.. 
Buck, Tliomas. 
CHtiii'lile, .lolin. 
Uami>bte, William. 
Camalian, HoUcrt. 
Clmmbers, llubei-t. 
Cook, J II cob 
.Creed, Jiimea. 
DhvIs, .Totiii. 
Dixon, John. 
DoiiiiUlsoii, James. 
Douitlierty, Ilugb, 
Duiicim, John. 
Elliot, Archibiiid. 
Fnlkiier, ,Tos('))h. 
Farmer, Jobn. 
Farmer, William. 
Flack, James. 
Foster, Andrew. 
Foster, David. 
Foster, James. 
Fulton, Alexander. 
Furemaii, Daniel. 
Grimm, Dewalt. 
Hull, William. 
Hamilton. Cburles. 
Hay, James. 
Hay, Jobn. 
Hay, Maltbew. 
Hay, William. 
Henry, Adam. 
Hoover, Joint. 
Hoatater, John. 
A true Copy, Cerlllled by 



Hunter, Robert. 
Hnntec, William. 
Jflbnson, John. 
Johnson, William. 
Kelley, James. 
Kelley, Patrick. 
Kelley, Tliomas. 
Kenady, John. 
Keyner, Adam. 
Lawaer, Michael. 
Logan, John. 
Lyncb, Patrick. 
McCleary, Robert. 
McClintock, Alexander. 
McClintock, Joseph. 
McDoukkI, Duncan. 
McQueen, David. 
McQueen, Jonas. 
McQueen, Robert. 
Moore, William. 
Moore, Edward. 
Morrison, James. 
Morrison, Alexander. 
Notemurr, James. 
Null, Christopher. 
Null, George. 
Fooreman, Peter. 
Rheas, Robert. 
Roan, John. 
Shank, stopbel. 
glielly, Michael. 
Sbier, Jacob. 
Staufier, Christian. 
Stauffer, Jacob. 
Steel, Dennis. 
Htevlck, Jobn. 
Thompson, John. 
Walker, Archibald. 
Weir, .John. 
Wolf, Michael. 

Jacob Cook, 
Chairman (^ OmmtARe 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



808 



THE HEIDLEBERG CGMPANY—iyys 



Ant is, Frederick. 
Beaker, George. 
«oab, Stofel. 
Boyer, Stofel. 
Brosius, Henry. 
Brown, Philip. 
Bulman, Adam (1). 
Bulman, Adam (2). 
Bulman, John. 
Cap, Frederick. 
Cline, Stofel. 
Coppy, Israel. 
Elick, Leonard. 
Foster, Jacob. 
France, John, 
(xraford, John. 
Holstone, George. 
IIarl)eson, (Jeorge. 
Ilartman, Samuel. 
I lean, Jacob. 
Iloffnmii, Conrad. 
Hoffman, George. 
Keller, Henry. 
Levestone, David. 
Micer, Dewalt. 
Micer, George. 
Micer, Henry (1). 
Micer, Henry (2). 
Micer, John. 
Meyer, Henry. 



Captain. 
Hudson, George. 

First Lieutenant. 
More, John. 

Second LittUenunt. 
Miller, George. 

Privntes, 

Meyer, John. 
Meyer, Michael. 
Neaf, Abraham. 
Neaf, George. 
Noll, George. 
Noll, John. 
Noll, Philip. 
Newman, George. 
Newman, John. 
Newman, Peter (1). 
Newman, Peter (2). 
Newman, Walter. 
Peehtle, Nicliolas. 
Petree, Peter. 
Petree, Philip. 
Raup, Frederick. 
Kightanoiir, George. 
Iloofe, Jacob. 
Saltagwer, Henry. 
Saltsgwer, John. 
Seller, Frederick. 
Seller, Henry. 
Seller. John. 
Seller, Michael (1). 
Seller, Michael (2). 
Seller, Peter. 
Siuidewear, Henry. 
Shank, AVentle. 
Shefer, Michael. 
Shenkle, Philip. 



Ab^^'^"*' 



304 



^V.••^s»■l^^>•'7. 



» •■ ^ 
-17 'J' 



James li.» >- 
First W'wt^"""'* 

^ Samuel Bavbet. 
James I'atten. 

CUnstoV>),V»«^ NVWUvmU«»^ 



John IVvrVHH-. 
joseV^^ ^^ 



Solomon i «^^ 

^aam »^°"Senl"VAer. 

-rCnas LocUev. 

loUn i'e*^- 
SmuelCaf- 






AND UILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. aOS 



WARWICK TOWNSHIP ASSOCIATION— 1775: 



Ptter Gnibb. 
ITiJliMmOld. 
iun tael Jones. 
Aarles Faiisset. 
ilm Aahton- 
1 ^snt Goheen. 
M-tin Hagy. 
■:* reich HiisB. 
I > r^ Jones, 
ox-ge Wliitcmft. 
bi^h Rofcers. 
I a n Biissell. 
i 1 1 iam Coulter. 
<ili* Shroff. 
xnes Anderson. 
lixi Wtntuia. 
rnesHuslor. 
_ XlHiTiKan. 
t<7liael Shoff. 
rtx n Duugttw. 



Captain. 
Peter Grubb. 

Jobn Haber. 
Samuel Buasell. 
Daniel HoUexer. 
Jacob Waller. 
Conntd Ingle. 
Harks Naugle- 
George Little. 
Matbias Weldman. 
Jobn Koyer. 
NiklaiiB Keim. 
Edward Agnew. 
Jacob Butnea. 
Christ ian Holliiiger. 
Conrad Merk. 
David Fortney. 
Clirlatian Sclimitt. 
Casper Seyor. 
laaac Coby. 
Jonathan GloKrlck. 



IN THE JERSEY CAMPAIGN, 1776-7. 



i^t of Oiptain* Khose eompaiiia of MllUla inent to Jersen in 
Z77e, Wtrt A6»en( till Jan. and Feb., 1777. Indorsed • 
-Rolfo of Lanauter County Militia, 1776." 



dams, laaac. 
>y<l, Jobn. 
>yd , Samuel. 
^^wii. William. 
iDopbell, Robert. 
*^"den, Jamea. 
^*Hord, Christopher. 
»«bler, Albright. 
'^nno. Joehiin. 

ao-VoL. XIII. 



Fridley, Jacob. 
Graff, Andrew. 
HoUInger, Christian. 
Hoofnagle, Peter. 
Jobnaton, ■. 

Jonea, John. 
King, Jacob. 
Koppen heller, Thomas. 
Manning, Richard. 



AS:KX;iATBD BATTALIONS 



McOsIlen, Robert. 
McQuown, lUcliard. 
McKee, Robert. 
MorfCHii, Dnvid. 
Hurray, J»mea. 
Morrison, James. 
Martin, Alex. 
Muaser, George. 
Ped«n, HiiKh. 
Rend, John. 
Knas, James. 
Sliercr, Joseph. 
Steele, William. 
Vnge, Nathaniel. 
Parry, William. 



Butherford, John. 

Tweed, John, Lieut. Oomdt. 

Watson, Jiunes, company Oomd. 

by Lieut. J<din Fatton. 
Weaver, Henry. 
Whiteside, Thomas. 
Wilson, DorrliiKton, Commanded 

by Lieut. John Edcmao. 
Withers, John. 
Wright. Joseph. 
Yea tea, Jasjier. 
Zantziiiger, Paul. 
ZieRler, Frederick. 
Zimmerman, Uemaid. 



AND HIUTIA OF THS BETOLUTION 80 



COLONEL JAMES BURD'S BATTALION. 

CAPTAIN JAMES COWDEN'S COMPANY. 

j1 true return <^ Cmpt. Jatiut Cowden^a company of A* J^Htrtk Btt- 
(olion o/' Lanetuter Ootmty, eammanded by Col. Jamta Bwd, Ef., 
March IS, /77«. 

Captain. 
Junn Cowd«n. 
FirH iMiiUnant. 
John Gilchriat. 
Second Lieutenant. 
WiUiam Cochriui. 

Entign. 
Thomas Uc Arthur. 



Berryhill, Andrew. 
Swan, William. 



SergtanU. 

Jaroes, Derrick. 
Cochran, Samuel. 

Covrt-Xartial. 

UiltoQ, John. 
Ckrk. 
Hontgamery, Robert. 



Allrwn, David. 
Alljoon, William. 
-Aakens, Thomas, 
ftmett, John, Jr. 
■But, Samuel, 
^'nett, Samnel. 
A'rrsbiil, Samuel, 
^rryhill, Andrew, Jr. 
*«»8, James. 
*>Kiea, William. 
*^a, WiUiam. 
^***ji. Jobn. 



Byers, James. 
Caldwell, David. 
Caldwell, James. 
Caddo w, Geortie, Jr. 
Caddo w, Thomas. 
Calhoun, Matthew. 
Campbell, Colin. 
Caraon, John. 
Carson. Richard. 
Cavet, Andrew. 
Chambers, James. 
Cochran, Andrew. 
Cochran, James. 



S(M 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Cook, James. 
Cmbb, William. 
Cum mens, John. 
DatIs, John. 
Duncan, James, Jr. 
Dan can, John. 
Duncan, William. 
Elder, John. 
Farrier, Robert. 
Finney, James. 
Gamble, Andrew. 
GilchriBt, John, Jr. 
GilchriBt, Matthew. 
Gilchrist, Robert. 
GilchriBt, Tliomaa. 
Glen, William. 
Graham, Michael. 
HatQeld, Jolin. 
Harbesoii, Patrick. 
Hogan, William. 
Ingram, William. 
Jamison, Jolm. 
Johnston, Joseph. 
Jones, Benjitmin. 
Jones, William. 
Linton, Thomas. 
Lochary, William. 
Marshall, .loseph. 
McUlanachan, William. 
McClure, William. 
Mc Conn el, Matthew. 
McElheuiif, John. 
McGaw, WilUatn. 
McMiith, James. 
McMiillen, George. 
McMullen, William. 
McNamara, James. 
MclloberU, William. 
MilW. .Tohn. 



MUllKan,John. 
Uontgomery, William. 
Neel, Bobert. 
Patter^ion, James. 
Patterson, Peter. 
Patterson, William. 
Patton, David. 
Feden, John. 
Peterson, Thoimu. 
PotU, Robert. 
Ranken, William. 
Richardson, Andrew. 
Bichey, David. 
Scott, John. 
Hhaw, Joseph. 
Smith, Andrew. 
Smith, George. 
Smith, Peter. 
Smith, Robert. 
Spence, James. 
Steplien, Andrew. 
Stephen, Hugh. 
Stephen, Zachary. 
Stuart, Elijah. 
Swan, Richard. 
Ta^art, James. 
Ttiompeon, Samuel. 
Twoey, Hugh. 
Wallace, Samuel. 
Warnick, Robert. 
Wylie, Robert. 
Wiggins, James. 
Wilson, Abraham. 
Wilson, Alexander. 
Wilson, James. 
Wilson, John. 
Wilson, Joseph. 
Wilson, William. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



809 



CAPTAIN JOSEPH SHERER'S COMPANY. 



5^U, 



C*The captain of the company following was Joseph Sberer, whose 
adjoined Col. Burd's, near Higbspire. It was in active ser- 
during the whole of the spring and summer campaign of 1776, 
r&^ a number of the men were wounded in a skirmish with a party 
^British cavahry near Amboy, N. J.] 

^rue return qf Capt, Joseph Sherer^e company of the Fotviih Bat- 
t^2lion of Lancaster county^ commanded by Col. James Bwrd^ Esq.^ 
-»arcA 93, 1776. 

Captain. 

Joseph Sherer. 

First LieuUnant. 
James Collier. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Samuel Rutherford. 

Ensign. 
Samuel Hutchinson. 

Sergeants, 

McClure, Richard. 
McKinney, Henry. 



€, Henry. 
*^^r, Samuel. 



xnan, John. 



^^A?v-l, Michael, 
■^^"^v^man, John. 
.^^^xvn, Benjamin. 
^^Vd, Samuel. 
^^ Vinson, Barefoot. 
^^Unson, William, 
^^xinson, Daniel, 
^^tson, George. 
Chambers, Maxwell. 
Chambers, Robert. 
Suiter, John. 
tMmsey, John. 
5'iDney, John. 



Privates. 



Fulton, William. 
Gilmor, John. 
Gray, George. 
Gray, John. 
Gray, Joseph. 
Gray, Robert. 
Harbison, Adam. 
Hutchinson, Joseph. 
Kerr, William. 
Larue, George. 
Mayes, Thomas, 
Mahon, James. 
Mahon, John. 
McClure, Andrew. 



AjaSOUIATED BATTALIONS 



UcUlure, Alexander. 
UcClure, Rowan. 
UcClure. William. 
UcCord, Jaoiea. 
UcCof , Uharleft. 
HcFaddlng, Samuel. 
UcKinney, Jamee. 
McKianer, John. 
HcKtiiney, Mntthew. 
HeKillip, H««h. 

HmIM, AdHEQ. 

If eaiis. James. 
Means, John. 
MorrlKHi, Roger. 
Hurrar, William. 
Beed, Hugh. 
Beunick, Tbomas. 



Roan, Ht«wart. 
Rutherford, JamM. 
Rutherford, Jotm. 
Sheets, Leonard. 
Bherer, Jolm. 
Smith, Joseph. 
Smith, William. 
Sterrett, Robert. 
Steel, John. 
Stewart, John. 
Stuart, William. 
Tliome, Janm. 
Wilson, Sr.,J(Aii. 
Wilson, Jr., John. 
Wiliou, John. 
Wolf, Michael. 
Wylie, Samuel. 



CAPTAIN JAMES MURRAY'S COMPANY. 



(This company, with others, went into service in Kovember or 
December, 1775, and were present at the battles of Trenton uaA 
Princeton.] 

A return of Capt. James Mvrrny'e company of AasoeiatorM of tht 
Foitrth Battalion of Lancaiter county, commanded bg Jamea Bmr€t 
Esq., March IS, I7?e. 

Captain. 
James Murray. 

Firit Lieutenant. 
Peter Uturgeon. 

Second Lieutenant. 
John Simpson. 



AND HIUHA UF the BBVOLCTION. 



Ayies, John. 
BeU, George. 
Bel], Isaac. 
Bell, James. 
Bell, John, St. 
BeU, John, Jr. 
Bell, WilliHm, Jr. 
Bell, Williun. 
Bell.WilluiD.fk.. 
Uuyce, Jokn. 
Bojce, William. 
Browo, John. 
Brown, Peter. 
Cliriity, John. 
Cochran, George. 
Cochran, John, Sr. 
Cochran, John, Jr. 
Cochran, Samual. 
Colligan, Joseph. 
Colligun, Joho. 
Duvis, David. 
Dice, John. 
£]remati, ChristaptMrl 
fijeman, Jacob (I). 
Ejeman, Jacob (2). 
Uallacher, Thomu. 
Gartner, Geoqte Adim. 



PriMUa. 

Goudey, John. 
Goudey , Robert. 
HiltOD, Wniiani. 
Hoane, Anthony. 
Jolitiston, Hichard. 
Lafferty, Patrick. 
Lindsey, Willian. 
Linord, JameM. 
Lockart, Moaes. 
HcCloakey, Heniy. 
McFadden, John. 
McGiU, Bobriit. 
Hooney, AbrahaM. 
Peacock, Jamea. 
Plough, Samuel. 
Richmond, John. 
Smith, Robert. 
Smith, William. 
Sturgeon, Samuel. 
Sturgeon, Thomas. 
Thomas, John. 
Thompson, Thomas. 
Tinturf, Jacob. 
Tinturf, Philip. 
Vincent, William. 
Yanelet, Michael. 



CAPTAW WILLIAM BELL'S COMPANY. 

-4 jwl and true rrfiirn of the AMsociatorg of C'apl. William BeU^§ 
company of the Fourth Baitalion of Lanaultr county, cvniraoiuied 
by Col. Jdmtt Burdy 1776. 

Captain. 

William Belt. 

Fxrit Litutenani. 

Andrew Stuart, 

Second Lieidtnant. 

Conrad Jontz. 

Ensign. 

Samuel Simpson. 



A&iOCIATED BATTALIONS 



AlbtlgLt, George. 
Bell, Andrew. 
Bell, Arthur. 
Ben? li ill, Alexander. 
Sogga, James. 
Burk, JaueB. 
CaTsoa,.>Villia»; 
ChambecB, David. 
Clark, Robert, 
('line, JohD. . 
Cogley, Robert. 
Cktwdeii, William. 
DbtLb, Stei^eit.- 
DickeVi JobD- . . 
Dickey, Willmoi, 
DiSenbauKti, GeorgeL ' 
Dunlap, Jolin. 
Elder, Jotiii. 
Elder, Jolin, Jr. 
Elder, Robert. 
Elder, Robert, .Tr. 
Elder, Joslma.- 
Erwin, Alexikuder. 
Forater, Joliii. 
Oarber, John. 
Gillespie, John. 
Giltespie, William. 
Ulover, William. 
Golaber, Jolm. 
Harris, John. 
Ileaiiy, I*ii trick. 
Jolinstoii, Jaiuea. 
Ijfikey, John. 
hfcTjiUfilitiii, JHmes. 
McPaddeii, AVxauder. 
Martin, Samuel. 
Mattliews, John. 
Miller, Thomaa. 



Privatet. 

Miller, Georne. 
Montgomery, David. 
Montgoioery, Hugh. 
Montgomery, Hugh, Jr. 
Mouteitli, Jamee. 
Moore, John. 
Nase, Jacob. 
NicholsoD, Thomas. 
Pinkerton, Jamee. 
Porter, Alexander. 
Postlew^t, John. 
Reneger, George. 
RicliardB, Aquils. 
Robertson, James. 
Scott, Patrick. 
Simon, George. 
Simpson, Joseph. 
Simpsnn, Thomas. 
Simpson, Nathaniel. 
Simpson, Samuel. 
Smyth, Samuel. 
Smyth, Joseph. 
Smyth, Stophel. 
Snider, Felty. 
Spangler, Felty. 
Stuart, Chavles. 
Sturgeon, Jeremiah. 
Sturgeon, Jeremiah, Jr. 
Wagoner, Adam. 
Walker, James. 
Walker, James, Jr. 
Walker, William. 
Wallace. James. 
Whitehill, John. 
Whitely, Michael. 
Whitely, Michael, Jr. 
' Wiser, Jacob. 



AND MIUTIA OF THE BEVULUTION. 



CAPTAIN RICHARD MANNING'S COMPANY. 



[This company was raiaed In Upper Faxtang and Hanover.] 
A. true return of Copt. Sichard Udnning^a, (^ the Fourth BaKatim 
of LanvMtr county, eomtuaadtd bj/ Jama Burd, Esq., JUareh JJ, 
1776. 

Captain. 
Bicbard Manning. 
Firtt Lietaenanl. 
Tbomas Forafet. 
Second Lieuleuanl. 
ttemuet Martin. 

Ensign. 

Elijah Burke. 

Privates. 

Jones. Hu^h. 
Leecli. William. 
Marthi, Alexander. 
McCord, Robert. 
MoCreight, James. 
McMuUen, John. 
McMulIeo, William. 
Reynolds, Alexander. 
Parker, Moaes. 
Shields, Bernard. 
Smith, Jolm. 
Stover, Michael. 
Troater, Stephen. 



Armstrong, Robert. 
Ayres, John. 
Ay res, William. 
Bonnel, John. 
Cain, Charles. 
Cain, Neal. 
ClemeuB, Samuel. 
Crague, Aaron. 
Forater, James. 
Forster, William. 
Poulks, William. 
Ooudy, Jolin. 
Ilulings, Tliomas. 
lliggins, John. 



CAPTAIN JACOB FRIDLEY'S COMPANY. 

[This company was raised in the neighborhood of Ilummelstown, 
and served Id Uib campaign of 1776, and were present at Trenton 
and Princeton. The minutes of this association are as follows : 

" May 25, 1776. This is to certify tliat we, the assnciators of 
Derry township, in Lancaster county. Province of Pennsylvania, 









"IT Martin- 

•«""'"' ™»o Si"'* 



''°!S SlopW>- 
Eina'."""!,,. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



S16 



CAPTAIN JOHN REED'S COMPANY. 



[Capt. John Beed, the commander of the following: company dur- 
ing the Jersey campaigrn of 1776-77, was the son of James Beed, 
who located near the moutli of Powell's creek, Lancaster, now Dau- 
phin county, probably as early as 1728. On maps prior to 1800, the 
location is marked *' Reed's." John Reed had been a ranger on 
the frontiers during the French and Indian wars, and when the 
war of the Revolution came he was ready for the conflict. He or- 
ganized the company of associators which is herewith given, and 
was in service until after the battles in and around Philadelphia. 
Capt. Reed died in 1780.J 

A true return of Capt, John Heed^s company of the Fburth Battalion , 
Lancaster county , commanded by CoL Janiea Burd, Esq., March 
13, 1776. 

Cctptain. 

John Ileed. 

First Lieutenant. 
James Clark. 

Second Lieutenant. 
George Clark. 

Ensign, 
Samuel Oram. 



'^'^ohn Gilmore. 
-^Xenry Lick. 



udwick Shellman. 
^Villiam Kennedy. 



.Ilison, Ricliard. 

rnnstrong, Andrew. 

rmstronjj, Robert. 
^^a*ker, Jeremiah. 
^3lack,* James, Sr. 
^^lack, James, Jr. 
^Black, James, 
^lack, Thomas, Sr. 



Sergeants. 

Alexander Taylor. 
William Johnston. 

Corjxyrah. 

Joliii Chambers. 
John Black. 

Privates. 

Brown, Joseph. 
Buchanan, John. 
Butler, Jolm. 
Carpenter, Jolin. 
Chambers, Elisha. 
Clements, Brice. 
Colhodh, Hugh. 
Fairman, James. 



816 



ASSOC'IATED BATTALIONS 



Geoi'ge, AlexiUMler. 
George, Robert. 
Golden berry, Julm. 
Holinea, George. 
Jiltson. John. 
Jones, IsiiHC. 
Jonea, Peter. 
Keayg, John. 
Kennedy, Alexander. 
Ketener, Samuel. 
Ketsner, John. 
Kiiiter, Henry. 
Klnter, John. 
Knees, John. 
Little, Joseph. 
McCal], Jumes. 
McClure. George. 
McClure, Patrick. 
McClure, Jolni. 
McGowHU, John. 



McElhenny, John. 
McMullen, Samuel. 
Meetch, John. 
Mcllrtith, Joseph. 
Mellan, John. 
Mills, Mathias. 
Neal, William. 
Oram, Thomas. 
Powell, Malachi. 
Packer, Aaron. 
Simmons, George. 
Sweigert, John. 
Sweigert, Adam. 
Striker, Jacob. 
Swage rley, Peter. 
Taylor, George. 
I'aytor, Samuel. 
Waggoner, George. 
WagKoiier, Adam. 
Walker, Robert. 



CAPT.\rN ALBRIGHT DEIBLER'S COMPANY. 



[The company of Capt. Deililer was in active Bcrvice for nearly a 
year, returning home in January, ITT7. A portion of the commaad 
was cuptureil at the battle of Long Island, and were not released 
from captivity until tlie year 1TT8. During tliat and the following 
year, the company was commandtHl by Uapt. John IIolTman, and 
under him they were ou tlie froutiers, protecting the defenceless 
inhabitants from the encroachments nf the Indians and Tories who 
had their headtiuarters in southern New York, and against whom 
Gen. Sullivan's army was auccesafnlly sent in 1779,1 
4 trtte return of Caftl. Albrighi Dtibter''s cnnipaiiy nt Ansocwitorx of 
the FfKuik Jlattalum, mmmaiidtd by Col. Janus liurd, Esq.y 
March 14, 1770. 

CaDtaxn. 
Albright Deihler. 
Firdt Lieuleiiant. 
Jotm Uotlmiiu. 
Skcond Lieutenant. 
- Martin Weaver. 



AHD MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 

Btuign. 
Abraliam Neighbour. 



Bratz, Lodwick. 
Cheeley, Christian. 
Chesley, Jacob. 
Cbealey, John. 
Cline, VVilUam, 8r. 
Clue, William, Jr. 
Clinger, Pbiltp. 
Uonway, Fnuicia. 
Deibtor, Matthias. 
Delbler, Uicliael. 
Fonderback, Heuy. 
Harman, Jacob. 
Barman, Daniel. 
IluSman, John Nicholas. 
Jury, Samuel. 
Eeadley (Keayler), Michael. 
Keller, Jacob. 
Kench, John. 
Larue, Francia. 
Lark, Stopbel. 
Meelz, Bastian. 



Frivatea. 

Meetz, Jacob. 
Ueetz, Peter. 
Minich, George. 
Hotter, John. 
Neevling, Jacob. 
Normier, Henry. 
Belgel, George. 
Bouaculp, Philip. 
Salladay, Michael. 
Shots, Jacob. 
8mltli, Peter. 
Snider, Leonard. 
Snokes, Chrtstly. 
Steever, Leonard. 
Stonebreaker, Ilastaiu. 
Work, Adam. 
Wolf, Adam. 
Wolf, Henry. 
Yeager, Andrew. 
Yeager, Matthew. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIC»fB 



COL. TIMOTHY GREEN'S BATTALION. 

CUoiief. 

Thnotliy Green. 

lAeutmant- Colonel. 

Peter Hedrick. 

1st. Jobn Bogera. 2d. Abraham Latcba. 

Standard Bearer. 
Bichard Crawford. 

Surgeon. 
Dr. John Leidjg. 



CAPTAIN THOMAS KOPPENHEFFER'S COMPANy. 

A muittr-roll of Capt. Th/>mai> Kopptnhefftr^i company nf militia of 
Col. 'IXtnolkij Oreen'e ballaltnn of LanoaaUr counti/, on the march 
for the camp tnlhe Jerseys, mustered in Lancosltr, Augu^ l>,I77e 

Captain. 

ThomaB Koppenhefler. 

Fir»t Lieulenant. 

Peter Brightbill. 

Second Ziuu tenant. 

John Hare ken rider. 

HergeantB. 

John Fierabend. Qeorge Beasore. 

thrummer. 

John Dubbfl. 

Wtr. 

William Hedrick. 



AMD UlUTIA or THE REVOLUTION. 



AlbiiKht, UarUD. 
Baher, Matthias. 
Bsuingartner, Adam. 
Baiimgartner, Baltzer. 
BHumgartner, Jobn. 
Bomberger, George. 
Brightbill, Peter. 
Bronn, Micliael. 
Bmner. Nicholas. 
Ulement, Jacob. 
Felton, Jacob. 
Prank, Christopbar. 
Prank, George. 
Fox, John. 
Fox, Christian. 
Hwiig, Adam. 
Henig, Frederick. 
Huber, Jobn. 



PrivaKs. 

Kidd, Alexander. 
Mc Bride, John. 
Merk, Henry. 
Maurer, Uichael. 
Miller, John. 
Musser, Jacob. 
Poop, Nichola»Cl). 
Poor, Nicholas (2). 
Shell, Henry. 
Snider, Nicholas. 
Snider, WillUro. 
Stuckey , Christian. 
Titler, Adam. 
Weaver, Daniel. 
Weaver, John. 
Weantling, Adam. 
Winder, Jacob. 



CAPTAIN RICHARD McQUOWN'S COMPANY. 



A mutter-Tnll of Vnpt. Riehard XcQuinon't company of mUilia <ff 
Ool. limnthy Orem'g battalion of Laneaattr county, destined for 
the camp in Vie Jergeyt, Au/fuat 3i, 1776. 
Captain. 
Blcliard AIcQuown. 
f ir:il Lievtetin-nt. 
Ambrose Crain. 
Second Lxeutenant. 
James McCrelght. 
Tl^trrl lieutenant- 
David Bamsey. 
Strgeanta. 

Wmiam Clark. 



James Thoropson. 
James ITorris. 



Edward Taite. 
SJDHKiDaey. 



Cm-por ah. 

Alexander Martin. 



820 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Privates. 



Brandon, William. 
Brown, Samuel. 
Brown, William (1). 
Brown, William (2). 
Campbell, John. 
Crosier, Matthew. 
Cunningham, John. 
Espy, George. 
Espy, Josiali. 
Espy, Samuel. 
Fleck, James. 
Fox, Peter. 
Frederick, Thomas. 
Gmeff, Jacob (1). 
Graeff, Jacob (2). 
Graham, Henry. 
Greenlee, Robert. 
Hari)er, John. 
Hedrick, John. 
Hill, Robert. 



Killinger, Andrew. 
Long, James. 
McBride, John. 
McCuUy, Robert. 
McFarlaud. William. 
McQuown, John. 
Mark, Adam. 
Mealy, Patrick. 
Fhilippy, Michael. 
Poe, Robert. 
Porterfield, James. 
Rammage, John. 
Strain, John. 
Strain, Robert. 
Strain, William. 
Todd, John. 
Torrence,' John. 
Tully, John. 
Ward, John. 
Watt, Hugh. 



Hill, William. 

Mustered and passed before the Committee of Observation & In- 
spection, in Lancaster, the 30th of August, 1776, and the one hun- 
dred & seventeen pounds & ten shillings paid to Captain Richard 
McCown, to enable him to pay to his men the advance of fifty shill- 
ings each. 

Test, Will. Atlbb, 
Chainnan of Committee. 
RiCUAUD McQuuwN, 

Captain. 



CAPTAIN WILLIAM BROWN'S COMPANY. 



A muster-roll of Capt. William Brown -s company of militia of Col. 
Timothy Greenes battalion of Lancaster county, destined for the 
camp in the Jerseys, August SI, 1776. 

Captain. 
William Brown. 

First lAeutennnt, 
James Wilson. 



VilliAn Bamett. 
John Uutcbiaon. 



Charles Barr. 
^e3c. GastOD. 



AND Mil JTIA OF THE REVOLOTION. 
Second Lteulenant. 
Henry McConnick. 



Third Lieutenant. 

Andrew Rogers. 

Sergeants. 

James Wilson. 
James Stewart. 

Uorporah. 

David Porter. 



Priiviles. 



CA'llioim, David. 
0»rter, John. 
O^Utcart, John. 
Cooper, John. 
Cmin, William. 
Fteckelton, Eobert. 
Hill, Robert. 
Ilutcliinson, Joseph. 
Jamison, John. 
Johnston, James (I). 
Johnston, James [2]. 
Kennin.Hiish. 
McNair, Thomas. 
McCoj, Nell. 
MeClure, Francis. 
McUlure, James. 
McMiillen, James. 
McClure, John. 
McClure, Martin. 
McNitt, Barnard. 
UarUn, Thomas. 
Patterson, John. 

Unslered and passed before the Committee of Observation & In- 
spection, in T^ncaster, the 31st of August. 1776, and the one hun- 
dred & twenty-Qve pounds paid to Captain William Brown to en* 
able liim to pay to bis men the advance of Qfty shillings eacli. 
Teat, Will. Atlee. 
Chairman nf Commitlet. 
Wk. Brown, 
Captain. 
21- Vol. Xni. 



Potter, Charles. 
RoKere, Jeremiah. 
RoRers, Willium. 
Siiiclnir, Duncan. 
Snoddy, Mattljew. 
Snod grass, John. 
Starritt, John. 
Starritt, Samuel. 
Stewart, James. 
Sturgeon, Robert. 
Terapleton, Jolm. 
Thompson, James. 
Thomi»son, Willinm. 
Umberger, Leonard. 
Vance, David. 
Will lace, James. 
Wallace, William. 
Watson. Daviil. 
Wilson, Jamea. 
Wilson, .loseph. 
Wriglit, William. 



821 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



CAPTAIN JAMES ROGERS' COMPANY. 



7%e return of Capt. James Rogers^ company of militia of Col, T 
Green's Hanover Rifle Battalum of Lancaster County Assoi 
deslintd for the camp in the Jerseys, 6Ui June, 2776, 

Captain, 
James Rogers. 

Firu Lteutejiant. 
James Wilson. 

Second Lietiieiiant, 
Henry McCormick. 

Third Lieutenant. 
Andrew Rogers. 

Fourth LidUenant. 
Robert Martin. 



Non-Commissvfned 



1. 

3. 
4. 
5. 

6. 

^ 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
121. 

.>.! 

23. 



Richard Johnson. 
James Ri|)eth. 
James Porter. 
Tliomas McCord. 
Tliomas McNair. 
Samuel Stewart. 
James Rii)eth. 
Charles Hamilton. 
John Ripeth. 
Hugh Wilson. 
Joseph W^ilson. 
James Beard. 
James Wallace. 
John Hutchison. 
Hugh Ripeth. 
James Wallace. 
Duncan Sinclair. 
William Starret. 
John Trousdel. 
John Skiles. 
.Tames Johnson. 
Joseph Hutchisoiu 
David Hays. 



Officers and Privates, 

24. William Mitchel. 

25. John Kilpatrick. 

26. Thomas Walker. 

27. Thomas Martain. 

28. William Hall. 

29. .John Murray. 

30. .John Morrison. 

31. John Woods. 

32. Willian Thompson. 

33. William Moor. 

34. Hugh Kenan. 

35. Alex. Martain. 

36. JeriMuiali Rogera. 

37. James Ilamhel. 

38. W'illiaiu Snodey. 

39. William Kithcart. 

40. John Kit heart. 

41. Jonas Rol)insoii. 

42. James Stewart. 

43. John McClelan. 

44. William Hagerty. 

45. .Joseph Wilson. 

46. Neal McCoy. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



«e|>li Park. 
itntisMcOluar. 
illmm Snodgrass. 
mncis McCluiir. 
larlea Porter, 
itiii Templetoii. 
>lin Siiixley. 
I ward WHi'imcli. 
iris Biimbnuer. 
ugli Glitii. 
.mes Roney. 
ill 11 tjtarrat. 
>liit McCorniick. 
itrick MtiKiKlit. 
Hie* Duncan, 
mea Tlioinpson. 
IV id Porter, 
loiuas Strean. 
URli Donely. 
lid re w Woods. 



6S. .Tulin Morlan. 
m. Uavid Calhoun. 
TO. Alex. Gaaton. 

71. James Donely. 

72. Samuel Swan. 

73. Robert Hill. 

74. John Darbey. 

75. Archibald Carson. 

76. Diivid fjtrean. 

77. Thomas Davis. 
7H. Andrew Wilson. 

79. William Rogers. 

80. Jiimes Wilson. 

81. William McMeen. 
eu. George Cliapman. 
83. George Bradslia. 
Al. John Ralie. 

85. John Diinlop. 

86. Itaiidel McDanel. 



CAPTAIN JOHN REED'S COMPANY. 



of Caiitnin John, JlenVH rompaiifi. on llie niarch to the Jeriega, 

July Sfth, I77G. 



n. David. 


Crage, Aaron, 


Andrew. 


Christy, .John. 


i.rtlmr. 


Dicky, William. 


Jporge. 


Elder. John. 


lill, Andrew. 


Fai'i'man, James. 


JamPB. 


Forster, Thomas. 


n, Daniel. 


Frickiiber, .lohii. 


J, End. 


Gakri^t, Matthew. 


Andrew. 




)ers, Elijah. 


Graiiiim. Michael. 


lera, Jiimea. 


Gray, Robert. 


wrs, Robert. 


Heater, George. 


,n. George. 


niHgina,Thomaa. 


, Edward. 


Hiitclieson, Samuel. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



JobnstOD, William. 
Jonea, William. 
Leard, John. 
Martain, Nicholaa. 
Uackf , William. 
McCIure, William. 
McCoy, Charles. 
McKinny, Henry. 
McMullen. William. 
Heans, Adam. 
Uillor, George. 
Moegy, John. 
Montgomery, Hugh. 
Murrey, Barney. 



Neece, Peter. 
Reed, Hugh. 
Bittw, Adam. 
Robertson, James. 
Shearer, Samuel. 
Shields, Barnard. 
Hteen, Andrew. 
Sturgeon, Jeremiah. 
Sturgeon, I'eter. 
Taylor, &imuel. 
Toot, Conrad. 
Walker, WiUlairi. 
Wiggins, James. 



AND HILITIA OF THE EEVOLUTION. 



COL. THOMAS PORTER'S BATTALION. 



CAPTAIN JAMES WATSON'S COMPANY. 



A muaUrnAlofq^eompanyJaUlyamtmanAtdhy Captain Jamu Wat- 
aon, in Colonel TAonuM Porter^i hitUalion of LancaaUr county, now 
tmder the command of Lietdenanl Joiin Patto>i, on (A«{r mareh to 
tlu camp in the Jerteyt. Muttered Augutt 13, 1776, in Lancaster. 

LUuUnant. 

Fatton, John. 

i>ruinm«r. 

HamUton, Robert. 



Private*. 



Brotlierton, Robert. 
BrothertoD, William. 
Caldwell, Elugb. 
Caldwell, JohD.Sr. 
Caldwell, John. 
Caldwell, Robert. 
Campbell, Patrick, 
dark, Tliomaa. 
Culle;, Thomas. 
I>unciiii, James. 
Johnston, James. 
LonK. James. 
Long, RoDert. 
Mc Adams, Williani. 
McC'anta, James. 
McCray, John. 
HcOuUough, David. 
McCullough, Jofin. 
McCu Hough, Samuel. 



McDermod, James. 
McEldowney, Robert. 
McMlllen, John. 
McMillen, William. 
McMunlfcle, Jolin. 
McWherry, James. 
Neel, Joseph. 
Orr, Alexander. 
Pegan, Arcliibald. 
Pegan, James. 
Pegan, James, Jr. 
Patterson, .Tames. 
Pollock, Bicliard. 
Heed, John. 
Robertson, John. 
Robertson, Thomas. 
Shields, William. 
Snodgrass, Robert. 
Stephenson, John. 



S2^ 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



A return of the losses sustained hy Capt. James Waison^s company 
CoL James Cunningham^s battalion y (Flying Camp J comman 
by Major William Haysy on Long Island^ the S7th day of Aug 
1776. 




Mhn^s Names. 



James Watson, . . , 
William Steel, 
John Steel, . . . 
Alexander Scott, . 
William Ilobb, . . 
William Walker, . , 
James Calhoon, . . 
John McKnight, . 
Andrew Cummings, 
John Polk, .... 
John Pegan, . . . , 
John Thompson, . . 
John Clark, . . . . 
Daniel Carmichael, . 
Hugh Caldwell, . . 
John Miller, . . . . 
Pettis Hanlin, . . . 
Robert Black, . . . 
John Post, . . . . 
Samuel Ankrim, . . 
William McGriger, 



s 



5 



1 
1 



1 
1 
1 






as 

a 



1 



oo 
I 



£1 2 

1 2 

5 8 
15 
17 

1 

1 

1 2 

4 

1 



1 



8 
10 
12 



£47 1 



3 17 6 

4 3 
1 

3 17 6 

4 17 6 
6 5 

18 
1 15 



Lancasteu County, ss: 

Before me, the subscriber, one of the justices of the peace in and 
for said county, came William Steel, first lieutenant of Captain 
James Watson's company of the Flying Camp, who,, on his solemn 
oatli, deposeth and saith that the above amount of forty-seveu 
pounds one shilling, as it stands above stated, is just and true, and 
tliat he the de{)onant has never received any satisfaction for the 
same nor any part thereof in any ways whatsoever. 

JSworn and subscribed this 24th day of November, 1779. 

William Stjbel. 
Before Josepu Miller. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



CAPTAIN THOMAS WHITESIDE'S COMPANY. 

1 munter roll of Capt. Jhonuu WftitMide's cotitpaiiy of militia nj 
iitlonel Thomat PorUr'n baUalion of Lancaster county, an lUrtr 
«narcA/or Ike camp in Ute Jerseys. MuMertd August 13, 1779. 

Captain, 

Whiteside, Thomas. 

Stoond LieuUnavt, 

Allison, Uobert 

Eminn. 

McDowell, Willmm. 



-^^tcliison, John. 
■K31ack, Jamest. 
IS3rooks. John. 
^-Jftldwell. (Jliver. 
<lJanipl)ell, .lames. 
^jHiinon, James. 
VJooper, Johu. 
^Jooiwr, Siimuel. 
^^risweil, Samuel. 
n)iigan, Edward. 
<> rimes, John. 

MeComb, David. 

Wc('reary, Joseph. 

McDowell. TiK.inas. _ 

McDowell, TMonias, Jr. 

McDowell, William. 

McGahen, John. 

McGmw, James. 

Mcllrain, James. 

Mc Kenny, Siimiiel. 

McPlierson, Frederick. 
' Marshall, -James. 

Miller, Johu. 



Mitchell, John. 
Mooney, William. 
Moore. Hobert. 
Miirpliy, Owen. 
Neiper, John. 
Patterson, James. 
Patterson, Thomas. 
Piitterann, William, 
Fennel, John. 
Pliinket, John. 
Ramsey, James. 
Reed, James. 
Reed, Thomas. 
Rliea, i^amuel. 
Ititcliey, Andrew. 
Stewart, James. 
Tannyhill, John. 
Tannyhill, Nathan. 
Warnock, Johu, 
Watson, James. 
White, Siimnel. 
Whiteside, Abraliam. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



CAPTAIN JOHtl BOYD'S COMPANY. 



A flutfter roll of Captain John Boyd't company of milUia of (Jolonti 
Thomas Porter's battalion of Lancaster county, on their mariA/or 
the camp in the Jereeya. Mmlertd August IS, 1776. 





Captain. 




Boyd, John. 




First LUuttnant. 




Reed, David. 




Second LUuUnant. 




Willaon, Benjamin. 




Engiipt. 




Simpson, Peter. 




Sergeants. 


Moore, James. 


Snod grass, Samuel. 


Savage, James. 


Willson, Samuel. 




Privates. 


Barnes, James. 


Moore, William. 


Blair, James. 


Quigly, Duncan. 


Brown, William. 


Keed, John. 


Craig, John. 


Reed, Josepb. 


Cunningham, Jolm. 


Rogers, John. 


Douglass, Andrew. 


Simpson, John. 


Elliot, Samuel. 


Smith, John. 


Farmer. Gregory. 


S nod grass, James. 


Johnston, .Tames. 


SnodgraSB. Robert (1). 


Kennedy, William. 


Snodgrass, Robert (2), 


Kelile, Frederick. 


Steel, James. 


MoCall, James. 


Steel, William. 


McCurdy. Rot)ert. 


Wales, Henry. 


McKniRlil.Giibriel. 


Willson, Joseph. 


Moore, James. 


Wilson, Moses. 



AHD MILITIA OF THE BEYOLUTION. 



CAPTAIN JAMES MORRISON'S COMPANY. 



^^ ^naitfer roll of Capiain James Morriaon^s company qf mUUia of 
Golcmel ThomoB ForUr^s InjiXMion of AsoocUUon^ %n LaneoBler 
counfy, dcBUnml for the eamp in the Jtrmye. MiOUred in Xcm- 
carter, AuQuU 16^ 1776. 



^^^ing, BotMTt 



:;^nkrim, Archibald. 
^^^, Joseph, 
^^tatty, James. 
^Ibeatty, William. 
4bogg8, John, 
^lioyd, Alexander, 
^reckenridge, James. 
Aryans, Francis. 

Buchanan, James, 
^'ampbell, John, 
hooper, David. 
<;rawford, David. 

David, James. 

Dennis, John. 

Eager, Samuel. 

Fitzgerald, Thomas. 

Flanagan, Peter. 

Gainkill, John. 

Gordon, John. 

Gregg, Samuel. 

Holliday, Hugh. 

Hughey, Ephraim. 

Jones, John. 

Long, James. 

Long, William. 

Mahon, David. 

Malion, John. 



Captain. 
Monlson, James. 

lAeuUnanis. 

Keal, Thomas. 

FriwUM^ 

Marshall, James. 
Martin, Samuel. 
McCohnell, Thomas. 
McCuUough, Robert. 
McKnight, Alexander. 
Mclaughlin, William. 
Mitchell, David. 
Mitchell, James. 
Mitchell, John. 
Morrison, Samuel. 
Mulhollan, James. 
Mulhollan, Samuel. 
Neal, James. 
Nelson, Isaac. 
Nelson, Joshua. 
Penny, Hugh. 
Penny, William. 
Ripi)ey, Hugh. 
Robinson, John. 
Shever, Frederick. 
Smith, Sampson. 
Steel, James. 
Steen, Robert. 
Tegart, Andrew. 
Wallis, Robert. 
Wiley, Samuel. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



CAFFAIN WILLIAM STEEL'S COMPANY, 



A mwter roll qf a detachment or pari of Vaptatn William fitteVf 
eompani/ of militia of Colonel Ihvmus Porter'u battahun of Ano- 
datort tn Litneatter county, under Ike command of Ensign Saniwl 
Jtfc/nliK, destined for the camp in the JerteyH. Muatered in Lan- 
cusier, Auijust 15, mc. 

Ensign. 
Mclutire, Samuel. 



Privates . 

Maxwell, William. 
May, Jacob. 
Neil, Adam. 
Porter, James. 
Poller, William. 
Simgisoii, John. 



Black, Aaron. 

Bowman, Oaai)er. 

Br u baker, Isaac. 

Carson, James. 

I»ng, Jolin. 

Maxwell, John. 
Mdatei-ed and imaeeii before tlie Cdmrnittee of Observation & In- 

S])tK-tiim, ill LancHSler, tbe 1''>t1i of Aufcnst, ITTIt, and tlie thirty 

)iouiiil» |iuid to Kti!.i|{ii SamufI Mclntiri', to enable him to advance 

to the privates above named llfty ubillinfcs ih-v man. 

Test, Wir.L. Atleb, 
Chinrmiin of Cotnmitlet. 
Samubl McEntiue, 



CAPT.^IN IXJRRINGTON WILLSON'S COMPANY. 



--I mv.-'irr T'lU <if )mrt of Caplaiii DurnnijlO'i Willain^n camimnii t^ 
mihiia'ij Colonel Thrnuitu Porter's Imtt'dwii of AHsrirt'itors in Lan- 
c'iKtcr nntuii/, umlrrtlie ctimrtvind 'if Lieutinmil John Bekmtm.dta' 
tinid f'lT the C'lmp \n Hit Jerseijs. Atuxlend m Lancaster, Augwt 



15, IT, 



Byerlv, Stopliel, 



Lievtcnant. 
Eeknmn, John. 

Eni^pi. 

Brown, William. 

Strgmnin. 

Moder well. .John. 



f 



AND MILITIA OF THB REVOLUTION. 



Mi 



Brown, JcAn. 

Duacaii, JaimeB. 

£ckiiian« Martin, 
^"tank, Andrew. 
I^eckey, John. 
Miller, James. 
Myer, John. 



PrivaUs. 

Patterson, Robert. 
Ramsey, John. 
Sheerer, James. 
Shops, Martin. 
Worlc, Joseph. 
Young, Thomas. 



CAPTAIN ROBERT CAMPBELL'S COMPANY. 



muster roll of part of Cafiain Robert OaimplM*» company of militia 
of Colonel Thomas Porkr^s battalion of Lancaster county^ Oss- 
tmed for the camp in tht Jerseys. Mustered %n Lancaster^ August 

16^ 2776. 

Chptotn. 

Campbell, Robert. 

Seound Lieutenant. 
Walker, James. 



Privates. 



--Anderson, William, 
^i^tchison, John. 
-<Vtchison, William. 

Srice, James, 
^'reitor, John. 

"Ferguson, Robert. 

lleslet, Joseph. 

Jamison, James. 

Jamison, Samuel. 

KillouRh, David. 

McConkey, Hugh. 



O'lIaiTa, Charles. 
O'Harra, Daniel. 
Patton, Hugh. 
Perry, John. 
Peters, Daniel. 
Peters, Isaac. 
Platteiiberger, Daniel. 
Walker, Andrew. 
Walker, John. 
Willes, Robert. 
Wilson, Joseph. 



McQuade, Arthur. 

Mustered and passed before the Committee of Observation & In- 
spection, in Lancaster, the 15th of August, 1776, and the fifty-seven 
pounds and ten shillings paid to Capt. Robert Campbell, to enable 
him to advance to the privates above named fifty shillings per man. 

Test, Will. Atlbb, 

Chairman of Committee, 

RouEUT Campbell, 

Captain. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



ROLL OF THREE DETACHMENTS. 

A mwster -mU of Uiret (tetocAnwnts from Ike compania of CaptainM 
host, Johntton, and I'axton, beUinying to Colonel Tliomaa Porter^t 
battalion of LancasUT eiiunti/ milxliit, under the rommand of Imu- 
tenant John Ticetd, Xteutenaiif Jonliua Anderton, and LteutenatU 
John Hamaey, detlined for tht camp in the Jemeyt. 

John Tweed, First Lieutenant to Captaia Johnston. 
Joshii» Anderson, First Lieutenant to Captain Ross. 
John Runisey, Second Lieutenant to Captain Paxton. 
Jolin Gakey, Euaign to Captain Paxtou. 
Sergeant, Samuel Patterson. 
Privalet. 
Tliomas Anderson. John Scott. 

John McGratli. William McConnel. 

William Kelley. James WaHter. 

James McAtHgnrt. John Bitrd. 

Robert Gregory. John Uriggs. 

Alexnnder Huston. William Longliead. 

Robert Andrews. Jeremiah Cavln. 

Jolin Kerr. Steplien Heard, Jr. 

Ri)bert Hendry. Jolin He»rd, Jr. 

Thomas Scott. Henry Pickle. 

Andrew McCartney. Jase))li Benson. ' 

Matthew Park. William Henry. 

John Gaveley. John McWilliams. 

.lolin Haniia. Ilngh Wilson. 

John Latta. William Karr. 

Natliauiel Coulter. Henry Rockey. 

Clustered and {laased before the Committee of Observation & In- 
spection, in lAiicaster, the lUtii of August, 1778, and the eightr- 
two pounds and ten shillings paid to Lieutenants Tweed, Ander- 
son, and Ramsey to advance to their men. 

Test, Will. Atlbs, 
Vhaimmn of CommiUM. 
John Tweed, 
Joshua Akdbrbon, 
John Rausbt. 



AND MILITIA OP THE REVOLUTION. 



COL. JOHN FERREE'S BATTALION. 



CAPTAIN JOHN WITHERS' COMPANY. 



A muntfT Toll of Captain John Witkeri' company of militia of Colonel 
John Ferrte'sbatUtlionof Assoeiatorsin Lancaster cotinty, destined 
for the cnmij in the Jersq/t. Mustertd iu Lancaster, Attgust 19, 
1776. 

Captain. 
Withers, John. 
f\>«t TAenUwanU 

Pine, David. 

Second lAe^Aenant. 

Withers, George. 

TViii'd Lie lite n ant. 

Miller, .Tolm. 

Bergeajite. 

Fouts, Michael. Vertnor, John. 

Stoltz, Ludwick. Quick, JoliD. 

Owjxirois. 
Fouts, Jacob. Houser, Bernard. 

Hoke, Ileary. WilliaiDS, Vincent. 

Druwimer. 
Benniog, Herman. 

J\/er. 
Toomey, Thomas. 

Deans, Daniel. 



Sjwman, Abrabam. 
A'rd, Martin. 
(Sunpbell, Alexander. 
<^v-anaugh, James. 
«»»»edT, John. 
iJickoven, Henry. 
jytx m ^ Jacob. 
**^»^*>«-«id, Matblas. 
*-'*=^er, Casper. 



Dowline, John. 
Pile, Peter. 
Frelick, Jacob. 
Farlow, Isaac. 
Finley, Samuel. 
Glass, John. 
Hunter, William. 
Heynold, Henry. 



tti ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Heckman, Jacob. Miller, Joseph. 

Ilecknmn, John. Otterbough, Joseph. 

Kinsiii, David. retidenirHst, William. 

Kile, William. Sutlon, Matthew. 

Mnce, John. Sloiier. IIeitr]r. 

Miller, Jacob. 8eseroiis»!, Andrew. 

Myers, Andrew. Vniicourt, Joab. 

Mnrriaoii, Jolin. 'Vuudk, Jiieub. 
Uuiiley, John. 



CAPTAIN SAMUEL BOYD'S COMPANY. 



Pllieger,Jolin 
Helm, John. 



1 Boi/d't company, August 14, 1776. 
Capiat R. 
Boyd, Samuel. 

lAeutfiumt. 
Ilall, Charles. 

t'naign. 

'U(;h, Viileiitiiie. 

StrgtanU- 

Booskirk, Liiwreoce. 
Vwporah. 

Hunter, John. 



Ki 



Prival 



Allison, .lohii. Flyinjt Qimp. 

Baitgea, Miitliias. 

Biffort, William. 

B0011. Adam. 

Ilowsman, Nietiotas. 

Bniiidon, Chai'les. 

(.'riflwell, Sinniiel, lochnmith. 

Davis, (iiibriel. 

KhliT, Michiifl, Flying Camp. 

llnl-it, Jacob. 

Mars, AlexaixliT, Flying Camp. Yeidier, Thomas. 

Bnidh'v, Tliomas. I^nispn, Matthew, 

Kiiiii, Jiiliii. Michenfeler, Gasper. 

Laiiili, .lolin, Stiisniaii, John. 

4 of y alH)ve privates went for FlyinK Camp aa Is above i 
tinned. 



Menoer, Jacob. 
Michael, Eberhard. 
Mininger, Jacoli. 
Heed, John, Flying Camp. 
Itoberts, John. 
Smith, .Tohn, cooper. 
Smith, .lolin. 
Snyder, Ji>seph. 
Snyder, Melchior. 
Sullivan. Timothy. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



COL. M. SLOUGH'S BATTALION. 



CAPTAIN JACOB KRUG'S COMPANY. 



.-1 mtiater roll of Capl. Jafob Krug'* rompuni/ nf Light Infantry of 

CoUmel MaUkias Slouyh't bnttaiion nf Ataociat'ir.i of Lancatter 

nwtiljf, ^esUtitd for t/ie camp in Uie Jtrxya, A'ejftember 0, I776. 

Captain. 

Jacob Kriig. 

Second LUiaenant. 

Philip Bilker. 
Tliird LituUnanl. 

Daniel FrHiik. 

fhuTifi Li-nUenaitt. 

Matliins Snider. 

Sergeants. 

Jucob Sliafler. 



Julin Reialiling. 
Juliii Slieaffer. 



Peter BiirIi. 
Jolm Slmftner. 
Peter Seffrcntz. 
Adam Hirahberfier. 
Francis Lftml)ert. 
George Reilsdl. 
Gf onte Marquart. 
.Inscpl) SliifT. 
.r<ici>b Keffer. 
John Kock. 



Corporals. 

Jolin Fiaher. 

Jul) II Lecliler. 

lirufamer. 

RebHfltian Shirk. 

Ftfir. 

Godleib Ebemiaii. 

Privates. 

Frederick Metzer. 
Micliael Kremer. 
Jttcob Amend. 
Christian Llebpe. 
Micliael Trebert. 
.Toseph Walter. 
Melcliior Hill. 
Anthony Welty. 
Jolm Alitbach. 
Adam Htrshman. 



ASSOCIATED BATTAUUN8 



John Ilenebentflr. 
Frederick Dr^bternuui. 
OUristoplier Demutta. 
Andrew AdHm Lutz. 
FraociB U«ger. 
Henry Fortinee. 
Joseph Blinks. 
Dominic Clip. 
Oonrnd Burg. 

4 Ufficera, 3 Serseanta, 4 Corporals, 1 Drummer. 1 Flfer, and ST 
effective men. No advance paid. 

Mustered and passed before the Committee of Observation & In- 
spection, in Lancaster, the 9th of September, 1776. 

Test, Will. Atlee. 
Chairman (^ Oimmtttee. 
Jacob Kruq, 



Frederick Kircber. 
Conrad Dlslier. 
Andrew Backenstoas. 
John Hieter. 
Ctiristlan Liebpe, Jr. 
George Swope. 
William Waggoner. 
Christian Isch. 



CAPTAIN JASPER YEATES' COMPANY. 



A musttr roll nf Captain Jnnper TeaUs' company of mililia of Coloiift 

Matthias Slough's bnttalimi of Associiitori of Laneagter anintif, 

destined for the camp in tlie Jerseys, September 9th, J776. 

I'irat Lieutenant. 

Christian Pelrie. 

Second Lieutetiant. 

Uichael Musser. 

Eneign. 

Peter Walter. 

Sergeants. 

Henry Oeiger. 

CorporaU. 

Adam Hart. 

tiimon Snider. 

Drummer. 

Daniel St. ClHir. 

Flfer. 

Michael Binehart. 



Frederick Mann. 
George Steahley. 



AND MIUTIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



iloba D&ub. 
Fredrick Swentzell. 
M;iltltius Dehuff. 
Jacoli Miller. 
Geoi^e lioB. 
Connid Swartz. 
Pbilip Waxgoner. 
Peter Reitsell. 
Cliarles Klugh. 
Vuleiitiue Breneisei. 
Henry Gross. 
Loreiice Burst. 
Valentine HoSman. 
Christopher Reitsell. 
Thomas Doyle. 
John Derediuger. 
Nicholas Leib. 
Daniel Kiblet. 



Privala. 

Geoi^ Young. 
Jacob Eteuier. 
Jacob Frey. 
Morgan Sliee. 
Henry Frankfurter. 
George Messersmith. 
Daniel O'Mullen. 
Micliael Oxer. 
Henry Winow. 
Frederick Sliefler. 
Nicliolas Long. 
Gerhard Bubach. 
■Tohn Anderson. 
Michael Hess. 
Peter Lantz. 
Jacob BackenstosB. 
Casper iilnger. 
John Franclscus. 



S Officers, 3 Sergeants. 4 Corporals, 1 Drummer, 1 Fifer, 86 effec- 
tive men. Ko advance paid. 

Mustered and passed befure the Committee ot Observation & In- 
flection, at Lancaster, the 9tb of ^ptember, 17TS. 

Test, Will. Atlbb, 
Chairman of CommitUt. 

CllBISTIAK FKTKIB, 



CAPTAIN FREDERICK SIGLER'S COMPANY. 



A muster roll I'S o "pari of Ca^nin Fraleritk Sigltr^s company of 

militia of (Julonel MattMos ISlougk'n battalion of Asiociatora of 

Lancaster county, dentined/or the camp in the Jeratys. 

Captain. 

Frederick Sigler. 

First Lieutenant. 

John Gessler. 

Second Lieutenant. 

Adam Martlu. 

Entign. 
Conrad Hilleg. 
22— Vol. XIII. 



AJfSOCIATBD BATTALIOK8 

Sergeant. 

AbntliKoi Fiaber. 

Drummer. 

John Immel. 



PnvHiet. 

Melchlor Duncle. 
Jolin Ditty. 
George ErisniKii. 
Thouiiie Crowter. 
Philip Lltty. 
Mattliias Bensinger. 
John Kriita. 
Gabriel Iteam. 
Fi-aiicis Hope. 



John Montebach. 
George Brenner. 
Jacob Miller. 
Henry Peter. 
Philip Peel. 
UiiBiter Sliertzer. 
PhiiI lions man. 
Adam Ulricli. 
J oil II Sliejiiey. 
Nicholas Mausser. 

MuHtered and passed l)efore the Committee of Ot)9ervatlon A In- 
s)iection, in Limcastcr, the 21st of AnRiiHt and 6tli of September, 
ITTii, and tli« llfty-two poiindit & ten shillingB tiaid to OaptBin 
Frederick Sigler, to enable liiiu to i>ay the advance to his men. 
Teat, Will. Atleb, 
Chairman of CmnmitUe. 
Fkedekick Sioler, 
Captain. 



CAPTAIN BARNARD ZIMMERMAN'S COMPANY. 

A miifter mil nf Captnin Jinrnnrd Zi!im(«-iii'iii'» companii of niiUtia 

nf Ciilrmel MattiiiiiK Uliiuyh'a iMiUiilinn of Asa'tciittijri of Lancaaler 

county, destined for Uie camp in the Jeraeys, Sojtember 10, 1776. 

(.'aiiUita. 

Barnard Zimmerman. 

Firtt Lieutenant. 

Stephen Hornberfcer. 

Hecvnd L'evUnant. 

Samuel M a Cher. 

Engiijn. 

John Ftsher. 



.Tacob Miirmy. 
John Pletz. 



Sergeatitx. 

Enoch Willaid. 



AND MILITIA 0^ TITB BSVOIVTION. 

Vorporalt. 
oox. Michael Frey. 



Srummtr. 

Philip Zimmerinsn. 

PrioaUt. 

Peter Augstet. 
Ousper ShitE. 
John Beitllnger. 
Jncob Kirch man. 
William Marahall. 
Adam Ston eking. 
Melcliior Walter. 
Jacob Walter, 
John Bonnet. 
George Steimer. 
William Pletz. 
Conrad From en. 
John Solin. 
Jacob Kpiisler. 
Jacob Levick. 



Daniel Wendle. 
Henry Alspnch. 
Michael Ontschsll. 
Peter Springer. 
Jacob Shi rick. 
Daniel Wolf. 
Henry Ditter. 
Conrad Seifp-lat. 
Jacob Shaffner. 
Christian I.ehr. 
Georee Eby. 
Michael Groob. 
James Jackson. 
David Eyden. 
William Myer. 

Mustered and passed before the Committee of Observation & In- 
spection, in Lancaster, on tlie 23<1 &, 26tli of Angust.and 2d & 10th 
of September, 1776, and the ninety.tfro itonnds and ten shillings 
paid to Captain Barnard Zimmerman, to enable him to pay the ad- 
vance of SOs. each to bis men above mentioned. 

Test, Wir,i.. Atlee. 
Clmirvmn of Committre. 
Barnard Zimmerman, 
Cafjlaia. 



iSSOOIAtED 



j^CTAUOSS 









Captain- 
JoVm J""' 
no*™""' , ^,„ 

8topMlT»''i"»"- 
Fifei-- 









AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



d41 



Baniel Witman. 

Johti Travinger. 

Casper TraviDger. 

Michael Scherley. 

Frederick Adam. 

LfOODard Spitsnagle. 



Hannes Hildebrand. 
Christopher Gold. 
John Vertrees. 
WlUiam Heidler. 
Johu Hoffer. 
Jacob Oberley. 



Clustered and passed before the Committee of Observation & In- 
spection, in Lancaster, the 15th of August, 1776, and the above 
<£1^ advance money paid to Capt. John Jones to pay the above 
^"^en's advance. Test, Will. Atles, 

Chairman of Ckmimittee, 
John Jombs, Captain, 



CAPTAIN ROBERT GOOD'S COMPANY. 



I musUr roll of Captain Robert Oood^s company of the 8th hatUxlUm 
of Lancaster county, commanded by Col, Peter Ghmbb, ordered for 
the defence of Philadelphia. 

Captain. 
Robert Good. 

Privates. 



David Jenkins. 
Joshua Evans. 
John Martin. 
Joseph Jenkins. 
Thomas Martin. 
Thomas Eastburn. 
John Watt. 
Isaac Tenbins. 
Daniel Shay. 
Abraham Danbey. 
James Watson. 
John Tenbins. 
Jacob Ayres. 
Thomas Elat. 
Josepli Williamson. 
ThoTnas Rutter. 
Thomas Edwards. 
William Smith. 
Joseph Martin. 
John Evans. 
John Thornbury. 
Daniel Ayres. 
George Hudson. 
Isaac Eyris. 



James Walsan. 
Samuel McOonia. 
Joshua Evans. 
8. Evans. 
Amos Evans. 
Nathaniel Shener. 
Robert Hugh. 
John Clendening. 
John Martin. 
Hugh Lore. 
John Kirkpatrick. 
James Parke. 
William Jenkins. 
Jo! in Norakemer. 
John Daland. 
Jacob Norakemer. 
Joseph Esenton. 
Wm. McQuaid. 
John HusUiU. 
John Clelan. 
Henry Do we. 
Thomas Hurst. 
James McClelland. 
GriflSth Evans. 



842 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



CAPTAIN HENRY WEAVER'S COMPANY. 



A mu8ter roll of Captain Henry Weaver^s company of militia of 
Colonel Peter Orubh'a haUaliony £Oth August^ 177$^ destined far (Ae 

camp in the Jerseye. 

Captain, 

Henry Weaver. 

First Lieutenant. 
George Fisher. 

Second LietUenant. 
Conrad Pope. 

Ensign. 
William I^ivingston. 

Sergeants, 

John Ludwick. 



Michael Messner. 
Jacob Gmy. 

John Giegley. 
Joseph Wright. 



Alexander McElwain. 
Christian Slough. 
Michael Perkihouse. 
Robert Christy. 
Joseph Gillis. 
James Stonkerd. 
Daniel Steever. 
David Montgomery. 
William Snider. 
William Turndorf. 
George Steffa. 
William Zell. 
Peter Miller. 
Philip Sidestrecher. 



Corporais. 

James Conner. 
Andrew Finefrock. 

Drummer, 
John Wright. 

Fif'er. 
Valentine Petree. 

Privates. 

Roger McLaughlin. 
Matthias Wallick. 
Joseph Carver. 
Wendle Creamer. 
James Patterson. 
Adam Styer. 
Abraham Soffel. 
Henry Siltneider. 
Michael Siltneider. 
Micliael Funk. 
Benjamin Mucle. 
Philip Funk. 
John Dunlap. 
George Fonts. 



John Merner. 

Mustered and passed before the Committee of Observation Jb In- 
Bisection, in Lancaster, the 20th of August, 1776, and the ninety- 
five i)ounds paid to Captain Henry Weaver to advance to his men 
509. per man. 

Test, Will. Atlee, Chairman of Committee. 

Henry Weaver, Captain. 



AND WUnA OF TBB BBV^XjUTION. 



aa 



COL. GALBRAITH'S BATTALION. 



CAPTAIN ROBERT McCALLEN'S COMPANY. 




roU of Vapt, Robert JVeCbUen't company of mUitia of Ool, 
mrtrem CMbraiMB battdUon of AsaoeiaUirB of Lanoaster ooim^, 
''Otl^ Auffutt^ 1776^ dutined for the eamf tn the Jereeye. 

Captahi. 
Robert McCallen. 

Firet Lieutenant. 
NaMbewHajrs. 

Seeond Lieutenant, 
David McQueeo. 

Bneign, 
ThOBMS MoOalktt. 

8ergeant9. 

John Weir. 

Cbrporals.' 

•lames Kelley. 

Drummer, 
John O'Neal. 

Privates. 

Johnston, James. 



Morrison. 



<^bew Hunter. 




en, Robert. 
^31, Geon?e. 
ck, Anthony, 
.ck, Robert, 
mpbell, Samuel, 
mpbell, Jolni. 
^rk, Walter. 
KDnald, John, 
^ncan, Andrew, 
^y, Thomas. 
^Ikner, Joseph, 
farmer, Jolm. 
farmer, William, 
^orster, David. 
Fulton, Alexander. 
Hamilton, Hugh. 
Harvey, William. 
Hays, David. 
Hays, Robert. 



Johnston, Samuel. 
Kennedy, James. 
Lon^, Alexander. 
McCallen, Jolin. 
McClintock, John. 
McDonald, David. 
Messer, Robert. 
Patton, John. 
Queen, James. 
Rowan, John. 
Sliaw, William. 
Shearer, William; 
Shields, Peter. 
Walker, James. 
Willson, James. 
Willson, James, Jr. 
Wright, James. 



8U ASSOCIATED. BATTALIONS 

Mustered and passed before the Committee of ObservatloD A; In- 
spection, in Lancaster, tlie SOtli ol August, 1T76, and the one hun- 
dred and Ave pounds paid to Captain Bobert McCallen to advance 
to lus men fiOe. each. 

Test, Will. Atlmx, 
Chairman of CommHtee. 
BoBBitT McCallbn, 
Oiptam. 



CAPTAIN HUGH PEDAN'S COMPANY. 



A muster roll of Captain Ibigh Ptdan'a eontpany of milUia of Colonel 
Bartrem Gaibraitlt's battalton, LuncasUr county, on the march for 
the camp in the Jeraeya. 

Cuptain. 

Hugh Pedan. 
FtTsl Ltciitenant. 

Joseph Work. 
Second Lteutenant, 

David Hays. 

WiUiam Wilson. 

Sergeants. 

lames Wilson Benjamin Walker. 

Corporal. 

John McOauley 

Di-Mmmer. 
Daniel Cowltick. 

Fifer. 
tieorge ItHtcliel. 



AND MILITIA OF THE BETOLUTION. S4G 

PrioaUt. 
John Ck>nn. James Parks. 

WiUiam LlndBBj. Johii Sculley. 

AdHm Rose. Soger UcFeley. 

Bobert Moore. Patrick Ilacket. 

James Cook. John Carrol. 

Samuel Cook. James Cloon. 

Samuel McCluog. Hugh Spear. 

Jumea Scott. Thomas Mentz. 

John Parks. Richard Allison. 

Patrick Burns. Barnai-d Savage. 

Jacob Hardy. James Filgate. 

James MeLoney. Cornelius Bogle. 

Robert BalUnce. James Fulton. 

Robert Carrey. Abniham Mitchel. 

James Livingston. James Mitchel. 

William Ray. Jnlin Emmit. 

James Clingmnn. John Mathews, 

isamuel McCracken. Timothy Minchan. 

Mustered and passed before and by tlie Committee of Observation 
and Inspection, in Lancaster, the 12th of August, 1776, and the 
X102 10 U advance mouey paid to Capt. Hugh Pedan, as per liia re- 
ceipt. 

Test, Will. Atlee, 
Cliatrman. 
Hugh Pedan, 
Captain. 



CAPTAIN ROBERT McKEE'S COMPANY. 



A nnwter roll of a detachment of Captain Robert McKee'a wmpany 
oj mtUtta of Colonel Qnlbratih's hattdluin of Lancatter county, on 
Itttir marck/mr the camp in Ihf Jerseys. 

Captain. 

Bobert McKee. 

Seconil Lituttnant. 

Hugh Hall. 

No Sergeant, no Corporal, no Drnmmer, no Fifer. 



AHSUCtATEP BATTALIUBH 



Joseph Chambers. 
John Kiddle. 
I*iitrlnk Lynch. 
Alexander Dean. 
Jolni tiiiigeiy. 
WilliiiiD McCoy. 
Mich II el Kerr. 
CliarleH Kean. 
James McKee. 
Fi'edeTick Sellers. 
James Curutliers. 
James Fegan. 
John Kerr. 

MnHtercd and passed 
S])ectioii, in I.ancuster, 
advance money paid U) 
us i«r liis receipt. 



James Brown. 
Joini Dean. 
John Hagan. 
Titomas (Jgle. 
William Campble. 
Georse Allen. 
Peter Agnew. 
John McGowan. 
James Kennedy. 
Robert Read. 
Baniey Queen. 
Hamuel Uhirlc. 

before tbe Committee of Observation & In- 
the 13t)i of August, 17T», and tlie£e2 10 
Capt. Robert McKce to imy to tlie privtttea, 

Tfst, Will. Atlbk, 
Vhairmau iif OonimiUee, Pai/ttuuter. 
RUUKUT McKek, 
Cajdaw. 



CAPTAIN ANDREW GRAFF'S COMPANY. 



A leirort of Oijidiiti Anilren.< OmjPs ro»ipany,muattredal Phil' 
Mjiltia, July lah, mG. 

Andrew Uraff. 

Firnl LievUnimt. 
Si'lwistiiiii (JnifT. 
Sfvond Liivtenant. 
MathewGrjiff. 

John Miller. 



Edward Co wen. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



George Weise, diBcbai^ed. Henry StauS. 

Michael Lyab. Andrew Geiss. 

Uorporala. 
Geo. Luttman, aick at Trenton. Michael Beinbart. 
Ueory StautUr. Ilenri(rit Yort. 







Drvmmer. 






John Singer. 






Fiftr. 






Peter Shindel. 






Bank and File. 


Georue Ackerman. 




John Getz. 


John litird. 




Jacob Gross. 


Williiim Flick. 




Philip Hardt. 


Anthony Giiuler. 




Peter Ilitzelberger. 


George HuhetsmUler. 


Thomas Koutz. 


John Jolinson. 




Adam Pritzar. 


Marcus Young, Jr. 




John StTon. 


Matthew Roub. 




George Sbweitier. 


Jonus Metzgar, sick at camp. Henry Wngner. 


Christian O'Donald. 




Charles Hamilton. 


Jiicob San da. 




Chriatopher lleigart. 


(ieorge San da. 




Casper Brunner. 


llenrich Schaun. 




Abraliam Braun. 


Ihuiiel Ileidly. 




Charles Jones, app. gunsmith. 


JonepU Stuni|>t. 




Itobert Jones, app. guiibmtth. 


Elijiih Hardy, to 


the 


Flying George Bauer, ajip. gnnsmjtli. 


Camp. 




James Rp«I, ap|i. gunsmith. 


John Fatten, to 


the 


Flying Jacob Reigart. 


Camp. 




John Gander, a)>]i. gunsmith. 


(ieorge Pintzel, to 


tie 


Flying Phili|iWoiriieiiner,app. gunsmith. 


Camp. 




George O'Donuald. 


Ernst Bom. 




William Rliiper. 


Stofle] Doebler. 




Jacob Martin. 


G*orwe Etter. 




Frederick Woeler. 


Juhn Fiitber. 







ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



CAPTAIN ANDREW GRAFF'S COMPANY. 



[We have not the date of return of the following, but {ireaume it 
was a year or two subsequent to the preceding.] 
Capt. Graff's compani/, Lancaster county niilitia,/or boarding of »aid 
company by O. Oraf. 

£ 

19,299. Conrad Carver, ... 

300. Tlionias Johnson, 

1. William Gehoom, 

2. Patrick Darby, 

8. Charles Carver, 

4. John Shen-on, ... 

6. Lawrence Dowling, 

B. Robert Foster, 

7. Alex. Foster, 

8. Jam<;s Wilaon, 

0. Peter Sefer, 

10. Conrad Ulunkert, . . . ; 

11. Christiitn Hlunkert, 

12. John MuMahon, 

13. John McDouKherty, 

14. I,evi Ehr, 

15. Michael Bright 

16. Morris McGaghan, 

17. Christian Drumon, 

18. Ilenrv Giiske, 

19. John Wall, 

20. Frederick diaries, 

21. John McKinny, 

22. James Flory, 

£3. John Florv 

19,324. Thomaa Danyhlll 

5. Benjamin Amwage, 

6. Samuel Blackburn, 

7. William McCiuckan, 

fi. jHcob Brown, 

9. William English 

30. Benjamin Perviip, 

1. William Boyer, 

2. James Pratt, , 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 

«. William WeisB, , 1 

4. Hugh Doyle, 

6. Cornelius Diller, 

6 John Ferguson, 

7. Hugh Shannon, 

8. David Brady, 

9. Patrick Day, 1 

iUO. William Green, 

• 



Amount settled, March 18, 1791. 
Certificate opened, July 14, 1791. 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

10 



82 10 



Capt. Graff, 2 W. . . 2 
22 men, 2 . .22 
20 " 1 . .10 



84 



Certificate No. 19,299 

19,841 



STANDING GUARD AT LANCASTER— 1776. 



^J^ain-Lieutenant Christopfier Crawf(yrd*8 detaehmerU of the First 
battalion^ under his command^ at Lancaster^ 1776. 

Captain-IAeuten ant, 
Christopher ('rawford. 

Lieutenant. 
William Graham. 



'•> 



Ensign. 
John Torbitt. 



7ht Infantry. 

James Hand. 
George Caytor. 
Christian Curtz. 
^Solomo^ Manacha. 

r>t. Samuel Boyd^a company. 

Christian Smith. 
Michael Hoak. 
J'acob Youtz. 
licvy Andrew Levy. 
'Waj^e Lyon. 
Andrew Specke. 



John Graff. 
Jacob Graff. 
Henry Small. 
Philip Becam. 

Simon Hannon. 
John Hippie. 
Melchoir Budysill. 
Christopher Hiedenhart. 
Nicholas Miller. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Oapt, ^iidreio Qraffa eoimpany. 

Henry Rebr. 

Michael Shtndte. 

Lewie Ijitta. 

Stephen Switzer. 

Jolin Shrye. 

Frederick Ilitzley. 

Benjamin Rigart. 

F rants Sliover. 

Miciiael Sliatzer. 

Cornell UB Ciirtz. 
Caja. John Henry^B comjv%ny. 

Jacob Woolrick. 

Budolph Carpenter. 

Joliu Otley. 

Jolin Conn. 

XicliolHH Boeke. 

Uewalt Smith. 
V<ipt. Peter HofnagU's company. 

Jose|ih Vaiilioni. Jolin LiRiitner. 

Uicimel Liglitner. George Wein. 

Leouanl Benedict. John Lecron, 

John Wolts. John Miller. 

CliriHtian Widle. AdHu Reisinjier. 

Regimental Ohders. 

Lieutenant Crawford la ordered to take the detachment of tlie 
First battidion, ordered for the Biiai-d of the boroiiKli of Lancaster, 
under hia command, to liave the roll called rooming and evening, 
and consult nitli the committee for moonting proper guard, aud 
pay proper attention to tiieir requiaitiona. 

GEORQB BOfiB, 

Ju}y Ist, me. Colonel. 



Pet«r Gontes. 
I'hilip Williams. 
George O'Donald. 
Jacob Martin. 
James Reed. 
John Jontes. 
Elijah llanly. 
Abraham Brown. 
Christopher Rigart. 



Joseph Ix)ng. 
Solam Curtie. 
Henry Roan. 
Nicholas Martin. 
William Fanneatock, one of the 
drafts. 



AND JtlLTTlA. OF THE BEVOLUTION. 



CAPTAIN ROBERT BUYERS' COMPANY. 

j1 mutter roll for Capt. Buyera' company of the 5th battalion of the 

Ijanenster milUia,eommnndedbi/ Colonel l'ra".Jord. PkitadelpKia, 

Janutirg f7, 1777. EnUred servtce January IS, 1777. 

Caiitain. 

Robert Buyers. 

L\eut€7VMU. 

David WatsoD. 

Ser</(ai>t. 

John CHmpbell. 

Prtvales. 

Daniel McAfee. 

John Wilson. 

WiUiam McCashland. 

John Calowell. 

Robert Miller. 

David Gleen. 

Samuel Humes. 



William Wilson. 
John Armor. 
Thomas Jolinston. 
Isaac Martin. 
William Henrey. 
Robert Sharp. 
Jolin Hunter. 
Samuel Smith. 

1 do Declare on Honour that tlie Uflicers and men vho Appeared 
This Day iu my company are Bonati'le Engaged in the Service of 
the TTnited States, ami Receive Pay According to ye Rank they 
hold in this Roll. Likewise; tlie time of Eiiteriiif( into ye PreBen' 
Service ia ascertained on ye Face of tliis Roll. 

Robert Buyekb, Captain. 

In Council of Safety, 
January S8, 1777. 
Pay to Uie Order of Capt. Buyers Fifty-seven pounds, it being 
one Month's pay for liia company, to be cliarged to Mr. Attlee, of 
Lancaster, to whom Capt. Buyers is accountable for the Money. 
By Order of the Council. 

Tho. Wharton, jun.. 
To J, M. Nesbitt, Esq. Prerideiit. 

Mustered then in Capt. Buyers' company the Captain, one Lieu- 
tenant, one Serjeant, and Fifteen Privates. This muster is taken 
from the Thirteenth of January, 1777, to the Twenty-seventh, Do, 
Boatti Days Included. 

Nath. Donnbll, 
Dtpi. Jfurt. Jfoit. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



OFFICERS FIRST BATTALION—i;?;. 

Colonel. 
FhlUp Greenawalt. 
LievUnant Colonel. 
Fliillp MarBleller. 

Samuel JoDefl. 

Adjutant. 

Adam Fleber. 

QuarUr Matter. 

Peter Miller. 

First company. 

Captfii II —Casper Stoever, 

FIret Lieu tenant— Andrew Fickes. 

itoond Lieutenant— Sebastian Wolf. 

£nslRii— CImrles Rehrick. 
Second wmyiany. 

Captain— William Paine. 

First Lieutenant— Anthony Kelker. 

Second Lieutenant— Jacob Matter. 

Eusifcn- [Vacancy.] 
TTitrd company. 

Captain— Pliilip Weiser. 

First Lieutenant— Lud wig Sliott. 

8econd lieutenant— John Stone. 

Third Lieutenant— John Tliomas. 
FoiirOi eompanji. 

Uaptain-George Null. 

First Lieutenant— Jamea MortersteeL 

Second Lieutenant— Michael Minigti. 

EnslKn— Geoige Meiser. 
Ftflk wmiMiny. 

Captain- Michael Holderbaum. 

First Lieutenant— George NHKle. 

Second Lieutenant— Lucas Sbally. 

EuB^n- Alexander Martin. 



r 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 858 

company. 

Captain— Leonard Immel. 
Tirst Lieutenant— Michael Diffenbaagh. 
Second Lieutenant— Peter Berry. 
Ensign— Mictiael Spengler. 

v^ntfi company. 

Captain— Valentine Shouffler. 
First Lieutenant— Matthew Henning. 
Second Lieutenant— John Gossert. 
Ensign— Peter Basehore. 

^^Ath company. 

Captain— Henry Sheaffer. 
First Lieutenant— Philip Wolfersberger. 
Second Lieutenant— Nicholas Zollinger. 
Ensign— George Frank. 

ih company. 

CajStain— Daniel Oldenbruck. 
Firat Lieutenant — Abraham Smith. 
Second Lieutenant— John Re wait. 
Ensign — Peter Heckert. 



OFFICERS SECOND BATTALION— 1777. 



Colmiel, 
James Watson. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
James Porter. 

Major. 
Dorrington Wilson. 

Fife Major. 

Alexander Russell. 
^^^"^91 company. 

Captain — John Scott. 
First Lieutenant— John Cunningham. 
Second Lieutenant— John Duncan. 
Ensign — Daniel Carmichael. 
23— Vol. XIIL 



9Ji ASSOCIATED BATTALlONtt 

Second company. 

Captain— Joshua Anderson. 
First Lieutenant— Robert Miller. 
Second Lieutenant— Alexiuider Haaon. 
Ensign— John Andrews. 

Third company. 

Captain— Jotin Johnston . 
First Lieutenant— Joshua WallEer. 
Second Lieutenant— Joshua Tweed. 
Ensiffii— William Herd. 

Fourtli company. 

Captain — Thomas White. 
First Lieutenant— Thomas Cbtrk. 
Second I^ieu tenant— John Seed. 
Ensign— I'eter Simpson. 

J-HfA ernnpany. 

Captain— James Monison. 
Firat Lien ten ant— Robert King. 
Second Lieutenant— Thomas Neil. 
K»Bign— William Nelson. 

."n'lxlft amtpany. 

Capta I »— Joshua Allison. 
First Ijieuteiumt— James Patterson. 
Second I^ieutenant— Samuel Jamison. 
Ensign— Robert Johnston. 

tkvtnth company. 

Captain— Patrick Marshall. 
First Lieutenant — John Ualdwell. 
Second Lieutenant- William Calhoun. 
Ensign— William liigham, 

EighUt amipany. 

Captain— John Paxton. 
First Lieutenant— William Ramsej. 
Seconil Lieutenant— John Sliannon. 
Ensign -William Brown. 



AND MIUTIA OF THS BEVOLUTION. 



OFFICERS THIRD BATTAUON— 1777. 

Colonel. 
Alexander Lowrejr. 

James Cunningham. 

Jacob Cooke. 

Wmiam Tate. 

fiuarier Master. 

Jotan Jamison. 

Sergeant Mofor. 

John Itobtnson. 

<i>Mrter Matter Sergeant. 

David Jamison. 
Firtt eampatig. 

■ CaptHin— Robert McKee. 

First Lleatensnt— James Scott. 

Second Lieutenant— Hugh UaU. 

Ensign— James Caiotbers. 
Stitond company. 

Captain— TItomas Robinson. 

First Lieutenant — Roliert Robinson. 

Second Lieutenant— James Miller, 

Ensiga— Bobert Boak 
Third Company. 

Capt«un— Joseid) Work. 

First Lieutenant— William WOson. 

Second Lieu tenant— James Cook. 

Ensign- James Wilson. 
f\nirth compang. 

Captain— David UcQuown. 

First Lieutenant— Robert McQnown. 

Second Lieutenant- Matthew Hays. 

Knsign— Jamee Hays. 



sue ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Fifth company. 

Captain— Robert Cralff. 

First Lieu teaant— John Cook. 

Second Lieutenant— Zacharlas Uoore. 

EnsiKn— Walter Bell, 
SixlK company. 

Captain— Andrew Boggs. 

First Lieutenant— George Redsecfeer. 

Second Lieutenant- Hobert Jamieon. 

En^gn- William Meyers. 
Stvtnth conipanij. 

Captain -Abraham Hcott. 

First Lieutenant— Michael Peters. 

Second Lieutenant— John Bishop. 

Ensign- Abraham Scott, Jr. 
Eiiihth cmnpany. 

Captain— Hugh Pedan. 

First Lieutenant— Patrick Ilajre. 

Second Lieutenant- Benjamin Mills. 

Ensign— Artliur Hays. 



OFFICERS FOURTH BATTALION_i777. 

Colonel. 

Robert El<)er. 

Lieulennnt Colonel. 

James Oowden. 

Steplien Forster. 

Ailjutant. 

Benjamin McEinde. 

Quarter ilriater. 

George Mc Milieu. 

First amtpnri'f. 

Captain— James Murray. 
First Lifutenant-George Cochran. 
Seconii Lieutenant— George Dell. 
Ensign— Peter Sturgeon. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 367 

ecmipany. 

Captain— James Collier. 
IFirst Lieatenant— Henry McKen. 
^^ond Lieutenant— Samuel Hutchinson. 
Ensign—Samuel Shearer. 



cofnpany. 

Captain— John Rutherford. 
First Lieutenant— Thomas McArthur. 
Seeond Lieutenant— William Montgomery. 
Ensign— Robert Gray. 

mmrth company. 

Captain -James Crouch. 
First Lieutenant— Jonathan McClure. 
Second Lieutenant— Frederick Hubley. 
Ensign— Daniel Dowdle. 

Vi company. 

Captain— James Clark. 
First Lieutenant— William Johnson. 
Second Lieutenant— George Clark. 
Ensign— Elisha Chambers. 

k company. 

Captain— Martin Weaver. 

First Lieutenant — Philip Newbecker. 

Second Lieutenant— Philip Rauscnip. 

Ensign— John Scheesley. 

venth company. 

Captain— Michael Whitley. 
First Lieutenant— Andrew Stewart. 
Second Lieutenant -John Dickey. 
Ensign— Joseph Simpson. 

'ightk company. 

Captain — John Gilchrist. 
First Lieutenant— William Swan. 
Second Lieutenant— Mat. Gilclirist. 
Ensign— Andrew Berryhill. 

^Ootirt' Martial Men. 

First — Samuel Cochran, John Bell. 
Second— Alexander McClure. 
Third-William McClure, Thomas Bell. 
Fourth— John Steel, Adam Der. 
Sixth —Ludwick Brets, Stephen Bender. 
Seventh— John Gallagher, John Moore. 



AJffiOClATBD BATTAUONS 



OFnCERS SIXTH BATTAUON— 1 777. 

John Renters. 

LwOeiutTit CoUnul. 

Robert Clark. 

Major. 

Willitim Brown. 

Adjutant. 

Antlion; McCreiiht. 

Qnarttr MavUr. 

James !>iilIlvHn. 

Firgl eompany. 

Captain— Thomas Kopenheffer. 
First Lieutenant— William Hill. 
Kecond Lieutenant— Jolin Uaruett. 
EnslKn — John Armstrong. 
Seeoiid comjiany. 

Captui 11— Ambrose Grain. 
First L len tenant— Isatic Hanna. 
Second Litiutenant James Stewart. 
EiiBlgn- John Bickul. 
TTitrd emnpany. 

Uaptain— James McCreight. 
First Lietit«nant— Abraham Latt^W. 
Second Lieutenant— John Strain. 
EnslKn— James WUIsoii. 
Fourtli compnnt/. 

Cajitai 11— William McCulIouKh. 
First Lieutenant— William Younp. 
Second Lientennnt — (ieorge Beasor, 
Ensign— Jolin Thomson. 
Fifth ounpany. 

Cai>tBin— Patrick Hays. 
First Lieutenant- Samuel Weir. 
Second Li«iite»aiit— James Wallace. 
Ensign— James Witlson. 



AND MILITIA OF THE BBTOLUTION. IS9 

Sath ampany. 

Captain— JosepI) McUlnre. 

First Lieutenant— J Hmes Johnson. 

.'iecond Lieutenant— James Willaon. 

Euaign— Joseph WiUaon. 
Serrnth eompnny. 

Captain- William Laird. 

Firet Lieutenant— Jol in McFarland. 

Second Lieutenant— Uicbael Bahm. 

Ensign- Jacob Becker. 
Eighth company. 

Captain— Michael Moyer. 

First Lientenant— Abraliam Allis. 

Second Lieutenant- Micliael Brown. 

Bnsign— Peter LI nea weaver. 
Court-JUartial Men. 

First-Timothy Green, Esq., ■William Allen. 

Second— Geonte Espy, Josiali Espy. 

Third— Adam Harper, Michiiel Straw. 

Fourth- Robert Hill, Ilichard Crawford. 

Fifth— David Wray, Benjamin Boyd. 

Sixth— William Cathcart, Samuel McClnre. 

Seventh- Michael liahm, Dniiiel Iliudleogh. 

Eighth —John Herkerider. 
August 30, 1777— Captain KopeiiliefTer's company was Btatioiml 
at Chester, under Colonel Alexander Lowrey. 

AuKust 30, 1777— Captains Crain and MeCreight's companies at 
Chester, under command of Colonel James Walson. 



OFFICERS SEVENTH BATTAUON—i;;?. 

Colontl. 

John IJoyd. 

lAenteniinl Colonel. 

George Stewart, 

Maj'T. 
James Mercer. 

AiljuUtnt. 
Tliomas Boyd. 
f^uarUr Matter. 
Jolm Torbett. 
Vkaplain. 
John Woodwell. 



360 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Surgeon. 
John Douglass. 
t'ira company. 

Captain— .71111168 Brown. 

First Lieutenant — Alexander Hunter. 

Second Lieutenant— Alexander Campbell. 

Entdgu— Jamea CampbeU. 
Second eon. pany. 

Captain— David WhitehiH. 

First Lieutenant— Jolt n Caldwell. 

Second Lieutenant— James Heuderson. 

Ensign— Johu Whlt«lilll, Jr. 
Third company. 

Captain- J oil n Bowland. 

First Lieutenant— James Hamilton. 

Second Lieutenant- Joliu Moore. 

Ensign — Abram Line. 
Fourth eoiiip<iHi/. 

Captiiin— Samuel Heans. 

First Lieutenant— James Davis. 

Secnnd Lieutenant— John Scott. 

Ensign— John Slater. 
Ftfth COTJipHiiy. 

Captain— John Slaymalier. 

First Lieutenant George Mcllvaine. 

Second Lieutenant— Daniel Huston. 

Ensign-Sumuel Hawthorn. 
Sixth wiHitany. 

Captain- William Brisben. 

First I-ienten ant— John H offer. 

Second J.ieutenant— John UcSawia. 

Ensign— Samuel lluglies. 
Set-en (/i coJiijjaiiy. 

Captain- Robert McCunly. 

First Lii!utenant — James Woods. 

Second l^ieutenant- Jacob Herbert. 

Ensign — llobert Young. 
Eu/hlk eomjinw/. 

Captain — Henry Kendrick. 

First Lieutenant John Carpenter. 

Second Lieutenant— George Diffebaugh. 

Ensign- Daniel Ltnimon. 



AND MIUTIA OF TUE REVOLUTION. 



OFFICERS NINTH BATTAUON— 1 777- 



Colotitl. 

John H liber. 

Lieutenant Volontl. 

Samuel Jones. 

Adam Bower. 
Adjutant. 
Stopbel Whiteman. 
Fint company. 

Captain— John Ginfnich. 
First Lieutenant- [Vacancy.] 
Second Lieutenant — [Vacancy.) 
Ensign— Andrew Elirman. 

Second company. 

Captain— Bernard Gardner. 
First Lieutenant— Conrad Haase. 
Second Lieutenant— John Senseman. 
Ensipi- Riilip Beck. 

Third company. 

Captain— George Feather. 
First Lieutenant— I. ud wick Iloffer 
Second Lieutenant— [Vacancy.] 
EnBign—[ Vacancy.] 

Fourth company. 

Captain- Isaac Adams. 
First Lieutenant— Adam Etciiholtz. 
Second Lieutenant— John BecLthold. 
Ensign— Fhilip Broadstone. 

Ji\ftlt company. 

Captain— Josepb Gehr. 
First Lieutenant— (Vacancy.] 
Second Lieutenant— Peter Geistwite. 
Ensign —Abraham Bowet. 



a«e AUSOCIATBD BATTALIOKS 

Sixl/i company. 

Captain— Cbdstlan HolllDger. 
First Lieuteuaiit— Michiiel Homer. 
Secnnil Lie utvuant— Christian GarautD. 
Ensign— John Jones. 

StvetiA cotiipany. 

Captain— John SmuUer. 

First Lieutenant— John Moeller. 

Second Lieutenant— John Uoffer. 

Ensign— Andrew Ream. 
Eighth oompaiiy. 

Captain— George Foulke. 

First Lieutenant— Jol I n Martin. 

Second Lieutenant— Daniel Parrey. 

Ensign— Joseph BemersderCer. 



CAPTAIN JOHN RUTHERFORD'S COMPANY. 



Heturn of Vaplain John liidlicrfortVn company of the Fourth fcal- 
talUm, O'lniiel Uoberl Efdtr, at U atootl ut JUu/iIItlotcn, Augtat if, 
1777, on its march lo Philadflpkia. 

John Hutlierford. 

lAeulennnt, 

Jonathan McClure. 

Ensiijn. 

Samuel Stierer. 

Sergeants. 

Elisha Chambers. 
Philip New house. 
Corjuir aJi. 

Adam Ritter. 
Jaooli Miller. 
I}Tvmmer. 
George Swineford. 



John Graliam. 
Benjamin Junes. 



.lohn Swinpfnnl. 
Jacob Welser. 



AND UIJ JTIA OF THE BITOI.nTION. 868 



AlllBon, Richard. 
Bamett, Samuel. 
Bell, John. 
Bojd, William. 
Caatle, Frederick. 
Cochran, James. 
Cochran, Samuel, Br. 
Cochran, Samuel, Jr. 
Conway, Fmncis. 
Dougherty, Denali. 
Galejr. Jamea. 
Grogan, Charles. 
Uerrou, Robert. 
Hogan, William. 
Kennedy, Dr. Robert, 
Light, Ludwig. 

[Joined 
Cialer, Samuel. 
Snyder, Leonard. 



Little, John. 
UcAUiBter, Tobias. 
McCord, James. 
McWborter, Robert. 
Miller, John. 
Morrison, James. 
Neighbour, Abraham. 
Packer, Jesse. 
Pancake, George. 
Pancake, Peter. 
Baredon, Simon. 
Sbeattel, HiohmL 
Steever, MichseL 
Smith, John. 
Woodsido, John. 

the company September, 1777.) 
Swineford, Albright. 
Yeager, Andrew. 



CAPTAIN JOHN RUTHERFORD'S COMPANY. 



Dttadiment under command of Ca)ituin John Ituiherford, nifirched 

to Bedford county, April, 1779, for the protection of the inhabitanla. 

Captain. 

John Rutherford. 



PrivtUea. 



Va}it. Murray't company. 

John Cochran, Sr. 

Michael SteeTer. 

John Bunnet, 4tb Sergt. 

Samuel Pollock. 
Capt. CoHtec's company. 

Stophel Earnest. 

John Smith. 

James McCord. 

George Consor. 

John Little. 

John Brand. 



Philip Tinturff. 
John Gramea. 
William Foreter. 
Samuel Cochran. 

Conrad Alleman. 
Philip Newhouse. 
Hotert McWhortor. 
Matthias Winagle. 
Irfxlwick Dagon. 
Abraham Brunson, 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Vapt. IiullttTford^8 comiianif. 
Martin Ilouaer. 
Jauob Miller. 
Peter Paocake. 
George Pancake. 
Uariiabus Slioop. 

Capl, Crouch's company. 
Adani Rltter. 
Jolm Miiisker. 
Conrad Woltley. 
Dr. Itobert Kennedy. 
Albrigilt Swinefoid. 
Oliristian King. 
John Bitter. 

Capl. Clark's company. 
Robert Kennedy. 
Samuel Kisler. 
Andrew Ricliardson. 
Richard Allison. 

Capt. Weutfr's comjjoni/. 

.Toiiathai) WoodBide, Sergt. 
L lid wick Liffht. 
Frank Conway. 
Lemuel Snyder. 

Va}}l. ■Whitley's company. 
Cliristiau Crawl. 
.Tacob Weiser. 
Charles Grogau. 
Thomas Miller (sick). 

Ca)it. (iikkriat'a company. 
.Tames Cochran. 
Samuel Cocliran, 
.Tames Morrison. 
Willium l^yd. 



Benjamin Jones. 
George Bheets. 
Frederick Castle. 
George Caraon. 
James Galley. 



Jacob MiUer. 
John Swlneford. 
George Segance. 
Robert Ilarron. 
George Williams. 
Simon Rairdoa. 
Josepli Mark. 

John Chambers. 
Jesse Packer. 
Samuel Barnett. 



Abraham Neighbonr. 
Andrew Yeager. 
Michael Shattel. 



William Gamble. 
Conrad Vountz. 
John Bell. 
James Boyle. 

John Hatlleld. 
Dennis Dougiierty. 
Willium Hogan. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. aOo 



OFFICERS OF FIRST BATTALION. 



Betwmed August f 6, 1780. 

lAeulenant Colonel. 
George Stewart. 

Major. 

William McCausland. 
Hrst company. 

Captain— John Slater. 
Lieatenant— James Henry. 
Ensign— Nicholas l^reiner. 

nd company. 

Captain— Enoch Hastings. 
Lieutenant— William McCulloch. 
Ensign— [Vacant.] 

ird company. 

Captain— Alex. White. 
Lieutenant- Matthias Slaymaker. 
Ensign— William slaymaker. 

*ourth company. 

Captain — William Skyles. 
liieu tenant — Abraham Henry. 
Ensign — William McCausland. 

ifih company. 

Captain —William Smith. 
Lieutenant — Samuel Hawthorn, 
Ensign— Edward Lintner. 

^ixth company. 

Captain— [Vacant.] 
Lieutenant — [Vacant.] 
Ensign— [Vacant.] 

Seventh company. 

Captain— [Vacant.] 
Lieutenant— [Vacant.] 
Ensign— [Vacant.] 

Eighth company. 

Captain— William Brisben. 
Lieutenant— William Willson. 
Ensign— George Whitehill. 



MS ASSOCIATED BATTALIOITB 

OFFICERS OF THIRD BATTALHMi. 
Stturntd Aiiguat te, 1780. 

Jacob Bomr. 

Wendle Hlpsmu. 
Fir A company. 

Captain— Philip Dock. 
l-ieiilenan — Jolin WeymaD, 
Etiaigii—JohnSmith, 

Stctmil conijMii.v. 

Cuptufii Andrew Ream. 

Lieutenant Henry Ream. 

Ensign Uliristiaii ]i»ltEley. 
Thini eonipanu- 

Oaptiilii (ieorge Reist. 

Lieutciiiint Georfie Iloka. 

Ensign Michael Gingrich. 
Fourth eoiHimng. 

Captain .Iufu>t>h Gehr. 

l.icut^'inuit I'eter Geistwli)t«. 

Ensign George Brunner. 
Fifth coni(Kj«y. 

CHptalii .lacoli Vanderslice. 

Lieutenant .lolin Declitold. 

Ensign Henry Gyer. 
Sixth tnnii>ii»y. 

Captain I'liilip Peck. 

LleuteuHiit IVU-r Pence, 

Knitign Michael Oberlj. 
Sfvtnth r'liiijKiiiy. 

CiiptitlTi [Varant.] 

Lienlenant ( Vacant.] 

Ennign [Vacant.] 
Eighth oiiiii-anij. 

Captain .7ohn il^miiUer. 

Lieutenant [Vacant.] 

Ensi gn — [ Vacant. 



AND MILITIA OF THE BETOLITTIOK. 



OFnCERS OF FOURTH BATTAUON. 
Beturntd Aiigaat te, 17B0. 

Xietdenant Ootonal. 
Ludwig Ueyec. 

Major. 
S^iloaa Siegler. 
J-'irH ainipany. 

Captain— Frederick Bodfong. 
ijieuten&nt —Philip Bilker. 
Ensign— nennr Dietrich. 
Stcond convpauy. 

Captain— Jacob Brand. 
Lieutenant— Jacob Miller. 
Ensign— George Erlsman 
Third company, 

(^afitHin— Jacob Metzger. 
Lieutenant- Jolm Yanzer 
Ensign- Ulricli Flzit. 
I^trlh company. 

Captain— Christian Doman. 
Lieutenant— Michael Heller. 
Ensign - Willium Henry. 
Fifth company. 

Captain— Alex. 8cott, Jr. 
Lieutenant— Jacob Gatz. 
Ensign— James Jack. 
Sieth company. 

Captain— Joseph Wright. 
Lieutenant- Adam Fisher. 
Ensign— Frederick Take. 
Seretith company. 

Captain— J araea Pat ton. 
Lieutenant— Christian Ferree, 
Enslttn —Christian Taylor. 
Eighth company. 

CapUln—James Beard. * 

Lie ntenant— John Fisher. 
Xnaign- Jacob Murray. 



ASSOCIATED BATTAIJOMS 



OFFICERS OF FIFTH BATTALION. 

Jiftwned Augutt t6, 1780. 

lAetamant Cblonel. 
Jacob Carpenter. 

Henry Markley. 
Firai company. 

Captain— William Crawford. 

Lteutenant —Martin Bowman. 

Ensign -JameB Vogan. 
Second company. 

Captain Samuel Elliot. 

Lleut«nant Robert Thompson. 

Ensign -Andrew Finefrock. 
Third conyKtiij/. 

Captain Alexander Mctlvnine. 

Lieutenant' -Alexander Martin 

Ensign George Finefrock. 
Fourth coiiipimy. 

Captain- Joseph Jenkins. 

Lieutenant John Martin. 

Ensign —Thomas Martin. 
Fifth cmnpany. 

Captain John Lntz, 

Lieutenant- Abraham Zuber. 

Ensign -George Stabbaugh. 
Sixth comp/tny. 

Captain- Martin Bowman. 

Lieutenant- John Ream. 

Ensign Valentine Yarns. 
Stvtnlh company. 

Captain Rudolph Statler. 

Lieutenant— John Grim. 

Ensign— John Alman. 
EighUi cnrnpani/. 

Captain— Martin ITolman. 

Lieutenant -William Grove. 

Ensign— John Kinser. 



AND MIUTIA OF THE. BEVOLUTION. 



. OFFICERS OF SIXTH BATTALION. 

Jiaumed August te, 1708. 

IjHutenant Cblonel. 
James Taylor. 

Robert. Kini;. 
TirA company. 

€iiptuiLi-John Caldwell. 

l.ietiteiiHiit— James Calhoun. 

Ensign -John Turner. 
Steond eompOTiy. 

Captain Robert Campbell. 

Lieutenant— Isaac Walker. 

Ensign— Daniel McCoomb. 
jFAird company. 

Caiitain John Duncan. 

Lieutenant- .lolin Neisser. 

Ensign— Hugh McConker. 
fourth company. 

Captain— Bobert Miller. 

Lieutenant— Robert Anderson. 

EnsiKH -Matthew Park. 
Fifth annptiny. 

Captain— James Clark. 

Lieutenant- Hugh Mclntlrn. 

Ensign—JamesGribbon. 
Sixth company. 

Captain— Joseph Walker. 

Lieutenant James Noble. 

Ensign -John Roas. 

SaienlA. company. 

CapUiu— John Fatten. 

Lieutenant— Peter Simpson. 

Ensign— David McDermont. 
Xighth company. 

Captain- Thomas Gormley, 

Lieutenant— Henry Eackman. 

EnaiKn— John Gnucliej. 
M -Vol. XIII. 



ASSOUUTBD BATTALIOBB 



OFFICERS OF SEVENTH BATtAUON. 
Rttumtd Augmtt M, 1780, 

ZwMtenant CUonW. 

Alexander Lowrey. 

Major. 

Jaaob.Gook. 

Fir A emnpany. 

GaptalD— Andrew BoKgs. 
Lieutenant— James Cook. 
Bonign— John Mosser. 
Saoond company. 

Captain— Abraham Bcott. 
Lieutenant— Rottert Cuuningham. 
Ensign -'Abraham Scott. 
Thxrd company. 

Captain -Thomas Robinnon. 
Lieutenant— Andrew SliHl. 
Ensign James Miller. 

Ciiptain 'David MeQuown, 

Lieutenant— Matthew Ilaya. 

Knsijin Thomaa Logan. 
Piflh company. 

Captain Noah Keesey. 

Lieutenant -Cliristian Ilackiewood. 

Ensign -Cliristian Detter. 
Sixth company. 

Captain -William Willson. 

Lieutenant iJames Cook. 

Ensign- -James Willson. 
SfBcitlh conijiant). 

(Captain - Robert McKee. 

Lieutenant -[Vacant.] 

Ensign -[Vacant.] 
Eii/hth company. 

Captain Hugh Pedan. 

Lieutenant Patrick Hays. 

Ensign- Benjamin Wills. 



AND KSLfBlA 07 THB mSVOLUTIOX. 

OyFICRRS OF EIGHTH BATTAUWf. 
Jbtumcd Augmt m, J7a9. 



FsMlertiek HaU^. 
Arvl company. 

Captain-John Hubley. 

Li euUMi ant —George Trisler. 

Ensign -George Llgbtner. 
iieetmd oompanj/. 

Captain -John Ewing. 

l.ieiiteutitit Daniel Newman. 

Ensign -Jacob Bayley. 

Captain -Joseph HuMey. 

LioiitenRnt- Thomaa Cutlibert. 

Ensign- Christian Lenhart. 
Fonrth onmpang 

Captain -WiHiam Wirtz. 

Lieutenant— Thomas Meloney. 

Ensign -Adani Keller. 
Fifth company. 

Captain -Samuel Boyd. 

Lieutenant— Jacob Hubley. 

Bnaign— mmon Snider. 
Siatii enmpany. 

Captain- John Miller. 

Lieutenant— John Oflner. 

Ensigii- Jamas Davis. 
A><t«ntA company. 

Captain — Jnmea Davis. 

Lientenant— [Vacant.] 

Bnetgn-nraoant.] 
Sigltlk company. 

Captain- Jacob Wilbelm. 

L,ieutenant~[TBcant ] 
EDsign-[Ta««it.] 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



OFFICERS OF NINTH BATTAUON. 

Utlwnttd Avgutt tO, 1780. 

LtetitenarU OoUmel. 
John Rollers. 

Abraham Latcba. 
/'i>«t company. 

Uiiptiiiii Wiltinm Allen. 

Lieutennnt -John Bamett. 

Ensign— James Willson. 
Second company. 

Captain -Patriik Hays. 

Iiieuteiiaiit— fi^anuiel Weir. 

Enslen— Jolin Eversol. 
Third company. 

Captain AniliroseCraln. 

ljeut#naiit William Young. 

Ensign Henry Graliam. 
Fburth company. 

Captain John Ilarkenrlder. 

l.ieiit.eiijint Emanuel Ferree. 

Ensign - Jacob fruder. 
Fifth vmtpany. 

Captain James McCreight. 

Lieutenant -William Hill. 

Ensign— William Brandon. 
Sixth wmptm/. 

Captain James Wtllson. 

Lieutenant James Rogers. 

Ensign -James Johnston. 
Smeitth cottijinny. 

Captain Daniel Bradley. 

Lieutenant— Adam Mark. 

Ensign- Baltzer !4tone. 
Xighth companii. 

Captain -William Laird. 

Lieutenant— John McFailand. 

Ensign— Geoi^ Lower. 



AND HILITIA OF THE BBVOLUTION. 



OFFICERS OF TENTH BATTAUON. 
Returned Augtat f6, 17S0. 

Lieuteaant Colonel. 
Robert Elder. 

Mtyor. 
John GllcbrlBt. 
Firat company. 

Captain-- James Uuttb;. 

Lieutenant— John ByMi. 

En BiKD— James Beed. 
Seoond oompang. 

Captain— George UcUUlen. 

Lieutenant— Hattbew Gilchrlat. 

Ensifcn— William McUiilen. 
Third company. 

Captain— William Johnston. 

Lieutenant— George Clark. 

Ensign— George Taylor. 
yOurth company. 

Captain- -Hugh Robinson. 

Lieutenant— William Montgomery 

Ensign— William Lochrey. 
FxfUi company. 

Captain— Andrew Stewart. 

Lieutenant— John Matthewa. 

Ensign — George Tuibaugh. 
Sixth company. 

Captain — Samnel Cochran. 

Tjieu tenant— Joseph Smith. 

Ensign— William McClure. 
Se<oenth armpany. 

Captain— Martin Weaver. 

Lieutenant— John Sheesley. 

Ensign- Jonathan Woodside. 

SHifiiXk eompaniy. 

Captain— Jonathan McClure. 
Lieutenant— John Ilollenbangh. 
Ensign— Daniel Hoffman. 



JJ9B0GUTBD BATTALKHW 

OmCERS OF FIRST BATTAUOH. 

Artw-Md AgHl U, i7tB. 

IMMnaiaA (MiatA. 
.JoImi Hogttn. 



FwKt txmpany. 

(Juptaiti — Jiimes Willson. 

Lieutenant -jBines Rogers. 

Enaigti— J unit's Wallace. 
Second compani/. 

Oaptain— JameB McCreigbt. 

Lieutenant John Robinstw- 

Eoslgti Atiberl Greenlee. 
Tlvird company. 

Captaiu-'-AmbroHc: Crain. 

Lieutenant -lames Stuart. 

Ensign -Heniy GnUiam. 

Fiiurth companu- 

Oa|il;iLn Miuhael Brown, Jr. 

Lieuleiiant .Jiilin Stone, 

Ensign- Join 1 Weaver. 
Fifth company. 

Captain- William Allen. 

Lieutenant John Baruett. 

Enaign—James Willsou. 
A'ulA company. 

Captain Geoi^ Lower. 

Lieutenant -John McFarland. 

Ensign -I'liilip Bleasiy. 
tiirenth company. 

Captain Daniel Bradiey. 

Lienteiiaiit .Tacob Latclia. 

EiiKiKii Jiicob Stone. 
JEiijklh company. 

Captain Robert McCallen. 

Lieutenant Samuel Weir. 

Ensign— George Killinger, 



ASD HXLITU. OF TUt KSrOLUTlON. 

OFnCERS OF SECOND BATTA3.ION. 

Beiuriied April 15, 1783. 

Lieulniant Cblonel. 

Jolm Gloiilog^- 

Major, 

Uallzer Urth. 



Daniel Oldeabamck. 

At iJ ¥t(mt. 

Philtp Huber. 

tiuarUr J/oattr. 

Jobn Bnevely. 

First company. 

Captain— David Kratm. 

Lieutenant— Pliilip Greenawalt, Jr. 

Eusigu— Jacob Embich. 
Herond company. 

Captain- Michael Holderbnum. 

Lieutenant— Alexander Martin. 

EiiBlKn- Jolin Strob, Jr. 
Thtrd company. 

Captain— Jacob Meily. 

Lieutenant— George Biaaer. 

Ensign- Henry Snevely. 
Four til company, 

Captatn—Mattiiias Ilennlng. 

Lieutenant- A braliain Stone. 

EnsiKn— Martin Meily. 
Fifth comjHiny. 

Captain— IJeonard Immel. 

Lieutenant— Christopher Leis. 

Ensign —Christian Ley. 

^ixth cm^pany. 

Captain— George Bowman. 
Lieutenant— Alexander Montgomery. 
Ensign— Martin Weitzel. 



SM ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Settuih oompang. 

CuptBiD— Jobn Orth. 

Lieutenant— Feter Ensminger. 
— Ensljin Daniel Stouffer. 
Eighth company. 

Citptain— Ileniy Sheaffer. 

LAotenant— George Noll. 

EnaigD—George UesBiuger. 



OFFICERS OF THIRD BATTAUON. 

lielwnud ApHt IS, 1783. 

Xt'eulenant Volontl. 
James Uoas. 

Stephen Chambers. 



Adjutant. 

Julin Snyder. 

(litarltr Matltr. 

Andrew Graff. 

Fint company. 

Ct^ttain-' John Miller. 
Lieutenant Jotin Uffner. 
En^K" -George Bnrckhart. 
jSecond aimapany. 

Captain Joliti Weidley. 
Lieutenant- -John Iturke. 
Ensign— Jacob Beigart. 

Third company. 

Captain Henry Deering. 

Lieiitonant PliilipIIood. 

Ensign Oerliard Bubacli. 
fVwriA company. 

Captain Daniel Newman. 

Lieuteniiiit- Frederick Mann. 

Ensign- Micliael Grubb. 



AKD MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION^. 

Ftftk company. 

Captain— PbiUp Weitrat. 

Lieut«naat— WiUlam Bausman. 

EnsigD— [Vacant.] 
Sixth company. 

Captain— George Tripler. 

Lleutenaiit— George Llghtner. 

Ensign- Daniel Wbitmore. 
Serenth eompany. 

Uapt^n— Hartln Wybright. 

Lieutenant— David Unyder. 

Enflign- ^icliolas Stirelner. 
Xtghth company. 

Captain— Daniel Bard. 

Lieutenant— Bamet Cryder. 

Ensign— Martin Bart. 



OFFICERS OF FOURTH BATTAUON. 

Htlurned April IS, 1783. 

Xteutenanl Colonel. 

Jacob Cooke. 

JUaJor. 

Abraham Scott. 

Adjutant. 

Midiael Peters. 

Quarter Master. 

Timotliy Conner. 

First company. 

Captain— James Anderson, Jr. 
Lieu letiant— John Emmit. 
Ensign— John Sbira. 
Second company. 

Captain-John Bishop. 
Lieutenant— William Scott. 
EnslKii' Conrad Sbira. 



AWOCtATED BATTAUOaUf 



TTtird company. 

Captain— George Oonttz. 

Lieutenant— Pt) lit p Arnold. 

EnBlgn—John Gerbart. 
Fourth company. 

Captain— David McQueen. 

Lieutenant— Matthew Hayi. 

Ensign- -Thomas Logan. 
Fifth eompani/. 

Captttin—Bobert ticKte. 

Lieut«iiuit -James Laird. 

Snatgn- Joaiah Candour. 
mmllnampany. 

Captain- James Cook. 

Lieutenant- John Mercer. 

EtiBigu- Joseph Galbraitb. 
Smmttii company. 

Captain— Patrick Hays. 

Lieutenant- Benjamin Mills. 

Ensign —James Steriett. 
Eighth compattjf. 

Captain- Tliomas Robinson. 

Ijieutenunt Andrew Shelley, 

Ensign— James Miller. 



OFFICERS OF FIFTH BATTALION. 

Eelumtd April 16, 1783. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Thomas Uiumjr. 

Major. 

John Gilchrist, Jr. 

I\rxt comiiany. 

Captain— Jonathan McCIure. 
Lientenant Daniel tlofTman. 
Ensign Jiicob Snider. 



AND HIUTIA UF THS BaBVOLUTION. 

fiscond company. 

Captain— William McClure, Jr. 

lieutenant— Josepli Smltb. 

£naigii— WiUiam Steskv 
T^trd tompany. 

Captain— WlUiwa Uanaj. 

Lieutenant— Thomas Sturgeon. 

EuBiipD— Jplw Btovu, Jr. 
JbwiA cowymiiy. 

CapUio—Htftlii Wwrer. 

Ltontasant-lfattblM DeiUer. 

EnalgB- Dutal Stoenr. 
Fifth company. 

Captain— Andrew Stenrt. 

Lieutenant— Andrew GraybilL 

Ensign- Thomas Foreter. 
Hixtli company. 

Captain— George McMitlen. 

Lieutenant— William McMillen. 

Ensign —Samuel Berryhili. 
Seventli comjiany. 

Captain— Hugli Robertsoa. 

LteuteuBt— Michael Uimes. 

Ensign— Wiliiam Stewart. 
Eighth company. 

Captain- -William JfAiaoa. 

Lieutenant— Georg* Vook. 

Ensign— George Taylor. 



ASBOCTATBD BATTALIONS 



COL. ROBERT ELDER'S BATTALION. 



CAPTAIN JAMES MURRAY'S COMPANY. 

Upper Paztanq, April itth, 1781. 
A lAtt of the Mah WhiU IrJtcAUanU Bttween tht aga <tf Eightmn 
and j^'ty-thrw Btsidtng within tht DiaMti of Capl. Jama Mur- 
ray's Company of MUUia, tiu first Clots of Hu lenlk Battalion of 
Lancaster County MOitia, commanded by Ool. Sobert Eld*r. 





CafAain. 
James Murray. 




IMtamant. 




John Ryan. 


First class. 


Ensign. 
James Ueed. 


John McCord. 
William Bell. Jr. 
James Watts. 
Arthur Bell. 


Robert Goudey. 
■ George JolinBton. 

William Mouutgomery. 


Second class. 




John Ayres. 
John Bell, Jr. 
Anthony Iloone. 
Henry Hoone. 
George Cochran. 


David Davis. 
George Straw. 
Richard Wade. . 
Stephen Forster. 


Third class. 




Michael Stiver. 
Sarjiiel Plough. 
Pliilip Tinturff. 
WilUam Forster. 
Peter Kiiiter. 


Thomas Boone. 
George Bell. 

Leonard Sheetz. 


Fourth class. 




John UolaTid. 
William Foulks. 
Peter Sturgeon. 
John Duncan. 


Elisha Lockard. 
Jolm Ilattfleld. 
Thomas Nicholson. 
Samuel Gamble. 



AND MILITIA OF THE BETOLUTION. 



Fifihdtun. 

James Fonter. 

J<Aii Bichmond. 

JohD Einter. 

John Bundle. 

John GiMiQer. 
Sixth elntt. 

John Simpson. 

Henry McCloskey. 

John Collagan. 

Joseph Uolhtgan. 

John Thomas. 

John Uochran, Jr. 

Alexander Givins. 
Stvcnth cloM. 

ThomHa Sturgeon. 

James Bell. 

Thomas Galachor. 

Bobert Smith. 

Uosea Lockard. 

Jolin Dice. 
Eighth eUtia. 

John Brown. 

Abraliaro Money. 

John Bell, Sr. 

John Gartner. 

April It, nit. 



James McNamars. 
James McLanachan. 
Alexander Douglas. 
Joseph Keller. 
Philip Newpecker. 

James Bimey. 
William Murray. 
Bobert Armstrong. 
Pliilip St^e. 
Josiah Winn. 
WiUiam Clark. 



Frederick Yaneletz. 
James I'eacock. 
Samuel Cochran. 
William Hempson. 
Jesse Weeks. 
Charles McCianachao. 

John Sloane. 
Lud'k Minchker. 
Thomas Beard. 
Antliony Furnace. 
A return by me, 

Jaues Murrat, Captain. 



CAPTAIN GEORGE McMILLAN'S COMPANY. 

A Clcua Soil of the Second Omtipany oj the Ttnth BaUalion, La«. 

cotter County MHitin, April leth, 1781. 

Captain. 

George McMillan. 

Lieutfvant. 
Matthew Gilchrist. 

Eruagn. 
WiUiam McMUlan. 



MmoGunaxo haitialioh* 

Sergeant. 
SamaelBenrbm. 

Major. 
Joho OilchrlBt. 
Quarter Master. 
William Swan. 
tiuarttr Mmter Sergeant. 
BUkaMd Swan. 



Bank and FUe. 



First class. 

John Mcllhennf. 



Second class. 

Andrew Smltti. 

George Slioap. 

David Patton. 

Jolin Kineley. 

Jolm Pat ti more. 
Third class. 

James Cochran. 

Andrew Coctiran. 
Fourth class. 

James Boggs. 

Jamefl Cttldwell. 

.tamea McMillan. 
Fifth e'ass. 

Zacliariah Stephen. 

William Wlleon. 

WilliBm McRobertB. 

Williiim Calltoon. 

Phi1ii> Jolm Bums. 

Siscth clnsn. 

HiiBh Whray. 
Jolm Cochran. 
John Hilton. 
Abralmm Wilson. 
Thomas (Jikhrist. 
Samuel Muitln. 



Thomas Hardsn. 
David White. 
Daniel Coven boven. 

Henry Achla. 
Michael Felty. 
John Fleminfi. 
George Meara. 



William IIoRtii. 
Anthony Withroe. 



John WillBon. 
William Jamison. 



Samuel White. 
Jolm MGCftughan. 
Michael Miller. 
John Allen. 

johB auohcue. 

Samuel Thompeon. 
John WhlteblU. 
Adam Harbison. 
James Wiggena. 
Adam Banifl. 



AKD UILlTULOy TBI RKVOLDTION. SM 



Seventh clow. 

William Cochran. 

Robert Gilctaiiri^ 

Andrew Steptieo. 

James Byers. 

Robert Dou^as. 

Tliomae Bell. 
Eights date. 

Ilobert Heil. 

John MilUr. 

HaRh atephen. 

John Cavett. 

Alexander Johnston. 

Joseph Huffman. 



John CaldwoU. 
William FatterHin. 
Charles Mulro;. 
Richard McGuire. 
Michael Phlllppee. 
JohH Wifcgens. 

John Gilchrist. 
Henry Pltner. 
Andrew Barnett. 
Robert Covenboveu. 
Jtdin Hogan. 
Alexander Wilson. 
CwtlBedbr 

George McMillan, Captain. 



CAPTAIN WILLIAM JOHNSTON'S COMPANY. 



C'la*» lioll of Third Company, TVnCt Jiattaliim, Lancaster County 
MOitki. 



FtrBt dots. 

Isaac Joans. 

Lodwick Shelman. 

Joseph McEIrath. 
Second cUits. 

Michael Harman. 

Josepli Lttle. 

James Walker. 
TTtird elate. 

Andrew Ritchlson. 

Jolin Cliambera. 

Richard Allison. 
Fourth ctaei. 

James McCall. 

Robert Boyd. 

Halichai Powel. 
Fifth date. 

Henry Dougherty. 



James Black. 
John Brown. 



John Butler. 
Esiah Joans. 
George Williams. 

William Thomson. 
William Thompson. 



Jacob Strickler. 
Gebirial Brodfgal. 



S84 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Sixlhclata, 

JameB Buckhonnon, 

Fetei' Swagert. 
Seventh eUtsn. 

Henry Venderbeck. 

George SimmooB. 

Daniel BlHck. 

Henry Leeck. 

Daniel Kisler. 

Samuel Taylor. 



John Gilson. 
George McElyar. 

Elislia Chambers. 
Robert Kenedy. 
Bichard Gllmore. 
Adam Swagert. 
Felty Prough. 

William JonMSTON, Captain. 



CAPTAIN HUGH ROBINSON'S COMPANY. 

A Li»t of all Male while Persona HesitUng in Ike Bounds of Captain 
Hugh Robinton't Company/, Betineen the Age of Eighteen and Fifty- 
thru ye(tTS, Being the FouTlk Company of the TenUi Battalion of 
Lancaster Votinty Militia. 

Hugh Robinson. 

Lieutenant. 

William Montttomety. 



William Lochary. 
Sergtanla. 



Samuel Brown. 
Michael Limes. 
First class. 

John Castle. 

William Duncan. 

Jacob Foorman. 

John Buck. 
Sfomd class. 

Matthew Calhooa. 

Abraham Eagly. 

Peter Smith. 

William Mcaure. 

Robert Gray. 

James Spence. 



WllUam Stuart. 
John Willson, clerk. 

John Millar, Sr. 
John Bounliman. 
Adam Lafler. 



John Page. 
John Millar. 
Samuel Dale, 
leack Hanna. 
Philip Firebau^. 



AND MIUTIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



Peter P»ncHke. 
George Sheets. 
GeorKe Sample. 
JHCob Snyder. 

Fottrih cIahs. 

Frederick Castle. 
Burny Slioap. 
George Pile. 
Michael Castle. 
Henry Pile. 
Jacob Limes. 

Fifth elan. 

Veiidle Facklnr. 
.lacob Miliar. 
Leonard Sheets. 

Sixth class. 

Daniel Cooper. 

JohnGniy. 

Adnm K itch miliar. 

Seitnth cUias. 
Jacob Beck. 
Jacob Soop. 
Conrad Pop. 
David Ricky. 
Stopliel Soop. 
Jacob Smith, Jr. 

Eightli clna». 

Joseph Shaw. 
Michafl Slieaver. 
David Siiaw. 
Alexander Willson. 
John Martin. 
Joseph Mark. 
John Willson. 
Peter Pancake, Jt. 
John Elder. 



George Carson. 
John Rutherford. 
George Smith. 
Robert McClure. 



Andrew Wilpy. 
MIchHel Pag«. 
George B I rely. 
Thomas McUarter. 
Benjamin Duncan. 
Jacob All. 



Joseph Willson. 
Jacob Ilouser. 
Martin Fritz. 



John Donal. 
Valentine Pancake. 
John Syder. 
Robert Fleming. 
William Wnlker. 



Shoap, on Beck's Place. 
Thomas Alexander. 
Francis Burly. 
Samuel Cochran. 
Samuel Shearer. 
John Shearer. 
Joseph Gray. 
Martaiii Honser, Jr. 

Certified by 

Huaii RoBiNSOir, Captain, 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS; 



CAPTAIN ANDREW STEWART'S COMPANY. 



A refurn o/ Ihr. Fifth ConiiHiny of the TeiiUi JSuttalion, the Militia of 
Lancaaltr County, (Jmumiindtil by Colonel Kobtrt Elder, Ai/ril 
13lk, 17SI. 

Captain. 
Andrew Stewart. 

Liivtenant. 
John Matthews. 

George Devibaugli. 

Almonev. 
Jeremhili Sturf^n. 



First cloM. 

Felty Span filer. 

Jacob Niiss. 

John I'orter. 

Nathaniel Itiinilolph. 
^mnd rlitss, 

Williittn DpI). 

Jiimea Copley. 

Paul Raii(lol|ih. 
TIliTil rliiSK. 

Arlliiir Brialien. 

Tliom;is Miller. 

Coiirail Ytiritz. 

Alexander Porter. 
Fourth class. 

Peter Bolib. 

John Partner. 

Icitlxid Ilaiidolpti. 
Ftfth df>sx. 

Joliii Ilerslia. 

Francis Yoiitz, 

Rol>ert Keas. 

Joiin (^ofiley. 

John Biites. 

Stophel Smith. 



Michael AVIiitley. 
John Wyley. 

John Stoner. 



George F rid ley. 
Fredrick Switzer, 



Michael Smith. 
Anthony Reel. 
Josliiia Elder. 
John Djm[>sey. 

Matliias Whitmore. 
Nathaniel Simjison. 



Andrew Berryhill. 
Hn(;h Montgomery. 
Samuel Clemans. 
Con rod Leok. 
Michael Gross. 
Mongo Lindsay. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



llfitMirt Elder. 

John Elder. 

wmiuiu Kelao. 

Samuel Simpaon. 
Seventh class. 

Samuel }>1mpaon. 

George Sli4>etfl. 

ConieliusCox. 

John Cline. 

Robert Clark. 

Thomas Baynon. 

James Johoaton. 
BighUt class. 

David Montgomerr. 

George Raiiiker. 

Andrew Bell. 

Patrick Henry. 

Charles Stewart. 

John (Jiirber. 

James McKee. 

Thomas Moore. 

John Miller. 

William Morrison. 

Jo3ei>li i?im)>son. 

Williiim Uibbona. 



James Floid. 
John Fochler. 
John Vance. 
Alexander Beryhill. 

Hugh White. 
Witilam Carson. 
Thomas Galahur. 
Paul Long. 
Abraham Morrow. 
Andrew Johnston. 
William Vance. 

Samuel Moriaon. 
Baruet Fridley. 
Thomas Strahan. 
John Montgomery. 
George Bell, 
Jolin Smith. 
Jacob Hiililiman. 
Thonia» Fnrster. 
Ciiriatiaii Swink. 
John Murray. 
James Rutiierford. 
John Harris, Jr. 
Returned by 

Anduew Stkwart, Qiptain. 



CAPTAIN SAMUEL COCHRAN'S COMPANY. 



A Ti-ue Beturn of Captain Somu'I Cwhran's Company of the Tenth 
Biiltalion iif Lancaster County Militia, Vomtnanded bg Goionet 
Uobert Elder. 

Samuel Cochran. 

lAetdenant. 

Iliomua Smith. 

Ensign. 

William Uccnure. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Pint clam. 

Henry Alleman. 
Alexander McClure. 
NiclidluB Alleman. 
(Jeui'ge J^ru, 
Stopliel Alleman. 
Jacob Brand. 
John ]too[>. 
Gliiia Nea^ley. 
John Itoup. 

Sicrmil class. 

JaQ]«» (Poller. 
John Winderly. 
Jacob Itoop. 
Clirisly Roop. 
John Mum ma. 
Williiim Murry. 
Williuiu Smith. 

TTiird uhita. 

Ktophel Earnest. 
James McCoard. 
John Little. 
Jolin Brand. 
Conrad Alleman. 
Mathias Winaget. 

Fourth clans. 
Jacob Keer. 
Abraham Nidy. 
Hte|)hen I'oorman. 
Jacob Fisher. 
John Shew maker. 
Andrew McClnre. 
Ilantater Winderly. 
Joliii Reuick. 

FHftk d-iss. 

.loliTi Bowman. 
John (.'oncer. 
Williiim Risht. 
Chrisly Alleman. 
Henry Alleman. 
.Tii'in Flirhiner. 
Samuel Wily. 



Philip Brown. 
John Armstrong. 
Michael Hiiber. 
Malsliar Miller. 
Robert Marshal. 
John Chambers. 
Jacob Lider. 
Math las Iluber. 
Martaln Fritz. 



Gnstaves Graham. 
Ludwick Dagen. 
Richard Fultaln. 
Fredrick Wlnagel. 
Thomas BrunsoD. 
John Ribliit. 



Abraham Brunson. 
William Steel. 
Chrlaly Fleakner. 
Jacob Huber. 
Samuel Sheturer. 



John Postlewait. 
John Clindining. 
Samuel Hutchison. 
Jacob Nraip. 
AlexaiMtPr McComey. 
Thomati Daugherty. 
Clirisly Page. 
Richard Steel. 



George Neavland. 
John McKeny. 
Aurthar Chambers. 
Samuel Smith. 
Chrisly Tumor. 
John Rowan. 
William Postlewait. 



AND HILinA OF tHE REVOLUTION. 



Sixth ckut. 

John Stiearar. 

Adam Means. 

George Gray. 

John Allemaik 

Nicolas Nidlu 

Peter BraDer. 
■ John Boyd. 
Seuntkdast. 

-William Keer. 

Bicbard McClurft. 

Hicliael Wolf. 

Hugh Cuningham. 

Hugh Crockert. 

John Steel. 

Joaeph Huchison. 

John Fritz. 



Francis I^erue. 
Pliilip Griner. 
John Lider. 
Philip Shew maker. 
Daniel Brunson. 
r Foorman. 



Jnhn Bowl. 
CliarleB HiiCoy. 
Peter Roop. 
Jacob Dagon. 
Jonathan BranaM 
John MorowBoa. 
Henry Beader. 
John Means. 



Eiglttli clam. 

Itubert Chambers. Rowl»nd Chambers. 

Ruwan McClure. John Maxwell. 

Jo»epti Gray. Thomas Murry. 

Michael Bowl. Jolm McChesny. 

Jumes Mahon. Jacob Uudebarger. 

■lames McKmny. 
Ilettim ot the Hale Whites of the Sixth Comiwny of the Tenth 
Bjittalton, Lancaster County. 

By Sauukl CocuraNs Captain. 
Aprii le, 1781. 



CAPTAIN MARTIN WEAVER'S COMPANY. 



Return oj Capt. MaHin Wermr's Company of Tptxr Pcactang, 
Apvil S3, 17SI. 

Martin Weaver 

LxeuUnant. 
John t^lieesley. 

Eniign. 
Daniel Steever. 



UittthiaB Deibler. 
Ludwift Bretz. 



ASSOCIATED BATTAUONS 

Strgeanta. 

Jobn Uonnan. 



John Hotter. 
George Ilagel. 



Corporali. 

Oliristi&n LArk. 



Drummer. 
William Clim 



Firit class. 

Edwurd Wheelock. 

Jacob Sheesly. 

Frederick Paul. 

William Ingram. 
Second dnss. 

John Motter. 

Abraham Jury. 

John Miller. 

Ijiiwi'uiice Koi'tz. 
3Vjii-d class. 

Michael Sallade. 

1^01] urd Snyder. 

Andrew Yt^iiRer. 

Henry Ults. 
Fourth class. 

John IIofTmnn. 

Deidrick Stoiiebreaker. 

George Deibler. 

Jere Iteriter. 

Zuccheiis Simriaberger. 
Fifth cJiws. 

Frjitieis Conway. 

SelwHtiaii Metz, 

Henry Uiiilioltz. 

Micliavl Melchec. 



George Paul. 
George Ream. 
James Miley. 
John Moyer. 

Henry Warfel. 
John Ditty. 
John Uichler. 
George Kllnger. 

Michael Shad el. 
Abraham Neighbour. 
Frederick Bender, 
Andrew Spongier. 

IVter MetK. 
Adam Cooper. 
Ui'orgB SI loop. 
Christopher Yeager. 



Leonard Steever. 
Henry Ilenii. 
LudwiK Sliott. 
Leonard KauSmao 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



CAPTAIN JONATHAN McCLURE'S COMPANY. 

A lUlurn of the WMte Mates from the oge nf EyjhUtn to Fifty-three 

in the Eighth Coiiipnuii of the Tenth Buttaliiia uf Lancaiter Uoiatly 

Xiiitia, Cwmtandtd by Colonel ll'/bert Elder. 

Captain. 

JonHtlmii Mel lure. 

Lieutenant. 
John Hullenback. 

Eniign. 
Dnniel IluiTman. 
First claas, 

n«iiry Harris. Mark Snider. 

Frederick Oberlander. Henry Stoner. 

Martain Henil>erty. Daniel Conn. 

Cltrl.stiau ^imrtz. Cliristian Cridnor. 

Adam Miller. SCopiiel Consor. 

Second daft. 

Valentine Walker. 
Juliii Kissinger. 
Jacob Snider. 
Conrad Toot. 
T^trd class. 

Adam Ritter. 
Cliristian KinK- 
George .Snagnnce, 
Siiitan Raitlon. 
I^>bert Kennedy. 
Ft/urth ehini. 

Abraham Darr. 
(Jeorge Frey. 
Christian Seabungh. 
Samuel Parks. 
George Lowman. 
William Walls. 
Fifth class. 

George Gross. 
.Samnel l^aratzey. 
Reter Reckeart. 
Jacob King. 
Jolm Miller. 



Robert McWiiorter. 
James Htiriis. 
Jacoti Bargley. 



David McCliire. 
Henry Moore. 
Joseph Gregg. 
Johti Wolfly. 
Robert Phinket. 

Joseiih Flnrey. 
John Bowman. 
Patrick I'ianigan. 
John Metzger. 
Christian Spade. 



James Currey. 
Michael Pi'esiiiger. 
Thomas Moore. 
John McCann. 



ASSOUIATEU lUTT ALIGNS 



A'ulh cirisa. 

Nickluiis Castle. 

Abntliam Gross.. 

Henry McCanti. 

JoKH'Backentoz. 

Phillip ^hockiii. 

Phillip Alley. 

Ileiiry Uiller. 

I'eter Shuater. 
Seventli class. 

Phillip Graft. 

Tliomaa Cmbb. 

I'eter Miller. 

Chrlstiati IIe|>ech. 

Jot in Parks. 

Johu LeiiiiiDg. 
KiijMli cIuM. 

Ludwick Ileinberjy. 

UoimHl Toot. 

Frederiuk Ztbeniick. 

Michael Gross. 

L'hi'istiaii Grtiss. 

Patrick Scoot. 

John .Sitider. 

David Toot, Jr. 
ReturuiKl the lltli April, 17^ 



Henry Davis. 
WlUtum Widnor. 
Jacob Strikler. 
Daniel Dowdle. 
George Consor. 
Felty Walker. 
Anthony Lipeey. 



Atauer Wickersham. 
Hugh McLoy. 
Uonrod Atley. 
Jacob Wolfly. 
Conrod Bumbaugb. 



EmanweU Bill linger. 
AlexAiider Jameson. 
William Crabb. 
iitsot^ Toot, 
.luhn Barnett. 
William Roland. 
Fi-ederickllubley. 



» McClukb, Captain. 



AND MILITIA OF THE BEVOLUTIOS. 



THE TEST-OATH, 1777-79. 



NAMES OF PERSONS WHO TOOK THE OATH OF AL- 
LEGIANCE TO THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANU IN 
PAXTANG TOWNSHIP, 1777-79- 

" The following ranes am a lUt of persona who took antl sub- 
^Miribed tbe oatb of Allegiauee and fidelity as directed by an act of 
<3eneral Aaaeinhir of Peunsytraiiia, passed the 18tb Day of Jud«, 
>^. D. 17TT, Before ne, from tite 14tli day of Joly of tbe sume year 
•^uo this day, as wilneaa my band and Seal tbe SBth day of Jauuai;, 
:«.778. 

" JOBHDA £LI«a [L. S.]-" 

" We, the Bubscriben, do Bwear (or afflrm), tbat we renounce and 
^rrefuse all alletfiance to George the Third, King of Great Britain, 
S lis heirs and Buccessont, and tliat we will be faithful and bear true 
^allegiance to tlte Cuinmotiwealtli of Pennsylvania, as a free and 
-independent State, and that we will not, at any time, do or caoae 
'mo be done, any matter or thinn that will be prejudicial or injurious 
*•<) the freedom and hidependence tliei*eof, as declared by Coi>gress, 
^nd, also, that we will discover, and malie known to Bome justice 
^t the peace of tlie said Slate, all treasons and ti'aitorouB cotiepira- 
«:ies wliich we now know, nr hereafter sliall know, to be formed 
against tliis or any of tbe United States of Am 



Joseph Gray. 
Thomas Mayes. 

Ensign Robert Gray. 

Alexander Porter, 

John Hill. 

Ikivid Stonebreker. 

Adam Werts, Jr. 

Kicbard Peters. 

Jacob Weaver. 

Leonard Stuber. 

Christian Snoak. 

Michael Dei bier. 

NIcholaa HofFman. 

Jacob Shott. 

John Matter. 

Philip Bauscolp. 

Stephen Bend. 

Joseph Steeber. 



George Flight. 

John Paul. 

Lieutenant Thomas McArthur. 

Thomas Forster. 

Moses Wallace. 

Robert Mordach. 

John Harris. 

Barefoot Brunson. 

Colonel Robert Elder. 

Lieutenant Henry McKinney.' 

Patrick McAboy. 

Willi urn Ilagerty. 

Jxmes Fairman. 

John Gillchrist. 

Colonel James C'owden. 

Miijor Stephen Forster. 

Lieutenant Jonathan McClure. 

Lieut. William Montgomery. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



James Siwnce. 
CHptain Jiinies Collier. 
liieiitetiHiit Fi-ed. lliiblef. 
LieuteiiHiit Ueoi'ge CovUraii. 
jHuiesMoiiteitli. 
Joliii McGiiw. 
AlexHiiUer Duncan. 
])e])j:iiiiiii .luiies. 
William ILidden. 
Willium Morrow. 
WllllHin Locliery. 
Alexiiiiiler Trimble. 
Robert Smitb. 
Caiituin JoiinGillclirist. 
'Willluiu Kirkimtrick. 
KoUert MuiitKnitx'ry. 
Captuiii Julin Ituttierfurd. 
ViUium Boyd. 
Siiniii^lCm^liraii. 
Willium K.'rr. 
James ILLiTia. 
John MrKiiiney. 
Jami'S StevciiMoii. 
James McKinney. 

Dr. Iliiliert Keiiiiedy. 
Captidn .lumes Murray. 
Patrick Sctt, 
Frederjcl; lleriim... 
Henry MeUaiiu. 
Abniliiim UriMta. 



JolJll 






Jiisi'tili HntcliiiiHoii. 
Jiiliii Elder, V. D. M. 
Samuel Sl,i,w. 
Saiiiiii'l Iliitcldiiiwii. 
Simon I-eet. 
(;ii|>{:iiri .liimes Crouch. 
Dr. William Simoutou. 
Samuel Wiley. 
J.iiiii Elder, .Ir. 
KilwanI KiiiH. 
Alexander McClure. 



ih 



lit'U: 



Timolliy (ireeii, Es»i. 
CliarltisLiillL'spie. 



James Ffnney. 
Bobert MtUord. 
John Taylor. 
Henry Petiier. 
William Cocti ran. 
John Bell. 
John Slniimon. 
Jeremiah Sturgeon. 
Andrew Mayer. 
Samuel Nesbet. 
Ilufch Wlllson. 
George Dixon. 
Itobert Mui'dock. 
Samnel Simpson. 
Peregrine Jones. 
Archibald Curry. 
Joseph Kaatbnni. 
Conrad Switzer. 
Joseph I>elavon. 
FiTderiek Whai-ton. 
John Gillmore. 
James Black. 
Thomas Orram. 
John McKlhenny. 
James MuCall. 
JoHeph SI law. 
William McClui-e. 
James Dmiuan. 
Thomas Owens, 
liichai-il Castor. 
ThouKtsCaldoc. 
Georire Caldoc 
('onrad Manusmith. 
William Williams. 
CiisiH-r Freer. 
John Dumrld. 
K<ian MeClure. 
Siimiiel Smith. 
Joseph Smith. 
John Smith. 
John Chesney. 
John Cochran. 
Patrick Mcllhear. 
John Ilagen. 
William lUW. 
James Peacock. 



AND MILITIA OF THK REVOLUTION. 



<Jonrad Bobb. 
Jul in Rineker. 
-%VilliHm Faries. 
:S:*eter Grant. 
_1olin Weaver. 
'Xsaac Jones. 
JSIattliew Food. 
^3 wen Evans. 
~MIasli Mooiiey. 
I3f icbolas Jones. 
S'eter Shields. 
—Andrew McOlure. 
—Asian Clap. 
^William Willis. 
3ticUard Willis. 
_lacob Bener. 
—Jame.t Butlierford. 

"William Smith. 
Thomas ThakHray. 

^Villiam Scarlet. 

:David Toot. 

Adonijah Matliera. 

Haxwell Chambers. 

James Mali on. 

David Math I as. 

Thomas Miller. 

William Wright. 

Patrick Sufferan. 

William Mackey. 

Itobert Watson. 

Cii]itain James Clark. 

William Duncan. 

William White. 

William Walker. 
■' The within is a list of Persii 

AUegJitnce before .Tnsliiiit Rider. 

County, from the 28Ui of Jtmuur; 

.lacfib Sprinjier. 

■To'in Sjiroula. 

Felix McCuskey. 

John Spilenbui^. 

Christian Myer. 

Valentine Hummel. 

Frederick Hummel, Jr. 

Aliel MoritaTi. 

Robert Brodie. 



Lieutenant John Dickey. 
Joel Ilanier. 
James Byers. 
Robert Clark. 
Niitlianiel Simpson. 
Robert Elder, Jr. 
John Postletljwait. 
William McClure. 
James Maxwell. 
James Mulherron. 
Christian Fox. 
John Flakinger. 
John Kiioop. 
William Smith. 
Jacob Eppley. 
Andrew Stewart. 
John Keys. 
Michael ilerron. 
John Malum. 
Isaac Jones. 
Jolm Chambers. 
William Kenntdy. 
GeorRe Taylor. 
Thomas Black, 
tieorge Holmes. 
James Buchanan. 
Samuel Taylor. 
William Johnston. 
Robert Wiiiker. 
Archibald Munow. 
Malachi Powel. 
James Galbraith. 
Joseph Brown. 

ii's Names who took the Oath iif 

one of the .Tiistices for I.anc^istpr 

, 1778, to IheTlh of .January, 1779." 

Rolurt Cham be ra. 

John Graham. 

Samuel McFadden. 

James Curry. 

George I^ouer. 

John Eversol. 

James Barber. 

Peter Pancake. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 
B^ore (he S6!A of March, 1T7B. 



Abiier Wicket's' lum. 
. Tliomaa Tliumpsuii. 
Johu Don ley. 
William AshcrHCt. 
John llinda. 
Jose 1)1 1 McElratb. 
Uicbael iSlmver. 
Jacob Noss. 
Conrad Yontz. 
llowUnd Chambers. 
Jolin Mjllettan. 
Geonte Williams. 
Jacob Derigli. 
Hugh Crockett. 
Job a Darby. 
John Thorn t>son. 
Jeremiah Sullivan. 
Frederick Uiimmel. 
Michael Spade. 
David Ritchey. 
James Kyle. 
J[ise|>h Smith. 
RolM-rt Crawford. 
William (51over. 
John Brown, 
Peter Duffey. 
Alexander Reynolds. 
John Uarber. 
Hugh C'niiiiingbam. 
Colonel Miittliew Smith. 
Marcus Muling. 
Hugh ijtuart. 
Hugh Junes. 
James Burd, Esq. 
Edwai'd Buid, attorney. 
Johu Fi.x. 
William Sawyers. 
Adam Shelly. 
Henry Fo(tht. 
Vrederick Gundrum. 
MiitthiBBStn'in. 
Archiliald McAllister, captain. 
John Mitchel. 
Jiiiues Finney. 



Ludwick Ilemperly. 
George Philip Shocken 
WiUUm Wall. 
John Steel. 
Simon Itaredon. 
-Klcbaid McClure. 
James McCoid. 
Samuel Smith. 
William Steel. 
Thomas Crahb. 
Peter Shuater. 
John Steel. 
John Brown. 
John Boland. 
Jdm Larkey. 
Uungo Lindsey. 
William UcClenaghan. 
James Means. 
Jacob Youngmaii. 
Barney .Sljoop. 
Howard Moore. 
John Means. 
Thomiw King. 
Thontau Johnston. 
John Aduin Wertz. 
John Wertz. 
Daniel Steever. 
Adam Deem. 
James Work, Esq. 
Philip Eltele. 
John Ryan, Jr. 
Christian Gross. 
Gi'orge Miiisker. 
Kiel tolas Cassel. 
Larry Smith. 
Conr.id Toot, 
Jolm Seibert. 
Joseph Flora, Jr. 
John Lanning, Sr. 
David Toot, Jr. 
George Carson, 
Michael Lewis. 
Peter Flora. 
William Lindsey. 



AND MILITIA. OF THE UEVOLUTIOX. 



Oottlieb David Ettelien. 
^^^.nthony Pleasoii. 
^9oha Moore. 
TKtobert McGilt. 
plenty Davis. 

^CieoTge Wood, 
.^ohii KinK- 
..dAdam Kitchmiller. 
^^Villium PHlm. 
'Gliomas Murray (Colonfll),( 

oiier of war. 
_noseph Fearer. 
13>aviil McCauslAud. 
-rriiotnas Beard. 
.^Tohn Maxwell. 
_Tacob King. 
Raines Robertson, 
.^oliii C'line. 

Praiicia Conwaj. 
<ieorge Fouts. 

Priincia Burleigh. 

Robert Neel. 

Samuel Barnett. 

Pliilip Conser. 

Joliu Riclimond. 

John Wilson. 

James Jolinstori. 

.lolin Forster. 

James Walker. 

William Dickey. 

.Tames Bell. 

Jnlin Cuctiran. 

James Watt. 

Robert Armstrong. 

Samuel Pollock. 

George Naf;le- 

Robert Wilson. 

Alexander Wilson. 

John Wilson. 

John Parker. 

John Kisiier. 

Aqiiila Richard. 

James Bumey. 

DaTid Shaw. 

Patrick Heany. 



Abeam Holmes. 
Daniel I>owdle. 
Conrad Derr. 
Michael WoU. 



John Brown. 
Tliomas Mc Arthur. 
Casper Byerly. 
James Boggs. 
apn&- Patrick l^afferty. 
Adam Means. 
Jamea Wilsou, 
Arthur Brisbin. 
Thomas Moore. 
Joseph Wilson, Jr. 
Frederick Forster. 
George Fridley, 
Jacob Fridley. 
Jacob Puorman. 
Joseph Wilson. 
David Rose. 
Henry Noramire. 
John Renick. 
John Elder. 
George Gray, 
James Veecli. 
Edward McAtee. 
John Tliomas. 
liUdwig Bretz. 
Tliomas Wiley. 
Jacob Kerr. 
John Wouderleigh. 
John Burro we. 
Hugh Montgomery. 
John Dyce. 
Philip Tinturf. 
Abraham Mooney. 
John Peter Vee. 
John Ciivet, 
William Forster. 
Joseph Colligan. 
James Leonard. 
William Ay era. 
Robert Armstrong. 
MoBPS Lockhart. 












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GW6»Lm1- 
JoW ^Sio^^- 



1 " D W ^"^ (it >•'' 






AND MILITIA OF THE BEVOLUTION. 



NAMES OF PERSONS WHO TOOK THE OATH OF ALLE- 
GIANCE IN LONDONDERRY TOWNSHIP, 1777-78. 



" 1, , do swear (or nfflrm] that I renounce and refuse all 

allegiance to Geonte the Tliird, king of Great Itritain, liis lieirsand 
anccessors; and that I will be faithful and beiir true alleKiauce to 
tlie Common wealth of Pennsylvania as a free and indt;i>endent 
State, and that I will not at nny time doorcimae to be done auy mat- 
ter or thing tltat will be prf judicial or injurious to the frpedomand 
independence tlierei)f, rh ileclared by Congress, and, also, that I will 
discover and make known to some justice of the peace of the said 
StAte all treastins and tniitoroua conspiracies which I now know 
or liereafter siiail know to be formed against this or any of tlie 
TJuited States of America." 

JhIi/ 3. 
Jamea Baiky. Alexander Barnett. 



Darby Casaedy. 
Jamea Kernacban. 



John Kernachon. 



David Chambers. 



William Jnmisoi 
Andrew Gross, 



William Harvey. 

Henry McGee. 

ilrehibald Walker. 
Robert Allison, 
i-yms Chambers. 
I>avid Riimsey. 
Samuel Fenton. 
"iV illiam CampbeU. 
-''»hn Dean. 
TlKiniiisOjtle. 
2^*viiiuel Hannah. 



August 1. 

Augutt 2. 

Ttioroas Ramsey. 
Harney Queen. 
James Noble. 
Moses Campbell. 
John Campljell. 
Samuel Bell. 
Joseph Chambera. 
Ilngb Hall. 
William Buck. 



Jolin Ilaj. 

J vim CiiiDpbell. 

James Itussell. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 
August 4. 

John IjOf(a.a. 
James lUdea. 



Anthony Bisman. 

John KImper. 
SaiDUf I Sherer. 
Georgt! Bf II. 
John Jamison. 
William Hay. 

David Jamison. 

David Watson. 
David I lays. 
Fat rick Iluys. 

David Wray. 

Josepti Slierer. 

John Uorrow. 

John Kain. 

Robert Jamison. 

David &I oil) tire. 

Flavel Roan. 

Henry Due. 



David MttcheU. 
James Smitb. 
James Willson. 



Augtmt 11. 

John Blair. 
Awpui 12. 

Joseph McQueen. 

John Johnston. 

David McQueen. 

John Uagon. 

AustutiZ. 

AuguUW. 

John Weir. 
Benjamin Boyd. 

Orto6er27. 

John Smith. 
yovember 1. 

JVowmber 14. 

Nbotmber 17. 

JToBemlier 30. 

December 8. 

Dtcembtr 16. 

January 8, 1778, 

February 10. 

John Ritzel. 

Joseph McClintock. 
Ftbruary 12. 

February 16. 

Samuel Hlneman. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 





Mardi 21. 


Ata***^"®""^?- 


March 28. 


Tl» «:> x■■^a8 Seaton. 






Jtfarc'i 30. 


Jol a ■ "■ Thornton. 






May 10. 


PI, sis iiRuarcl. 






Jfn.'/ 13. 


D,^ -^^ i «J Jolinston. 






Man 15. 


Ja-mrmrm «2-3 niiieman. 






JWai; 18. 


.To> > a-k Uliick. 






A/av 19. 


Ttm *::»» »aa Mc Allen. 


Richard Allison. 


W & 1 1. mam Allison. 






Miiy 23. 


J&«= «3»1) Sliiiffiier. 


James Clunle. 




Ma;i 35. 


Am:a^«-a ven-Sliill. 


Tlifimas Clyde, 


Rc^Vj-c^rt McQueen. 


WilliHm ItoHl. 


NS«=1 .olasllite. 


Samnel Willson. 


Rt» V.»*-rt Moorliead. 


Robert Willsud. 




Man 26. 


Ja- ■-»-» «s MrUan. 


Thomas Toot. 


K«a -^-^i;- jird Briaon. 


William Ilintman. 




May 27. 


<5«r^^-»-ge Allison. 


John Myer. 




Muu 28. 




John Black. 


''^^t^iSTSIieffer. 






Mm, 30. 


I«^ ■•^ »-». Tj Iline. 


Matthew Gray. 


K-«=»V*«rt Bmdon. 


William Gray. 


^ »-«**lerii;k .Sfllere. 


Cliristopher Kelly. 


■W- illinmMcKain. 


Samuel Ciimpliel. 


J*->l»i-i\Villson. 


Andrew Hunter. 


*^%»»-i8tleyEtter. 


Jnines Woiiiaoii. 


"V^a^lentine Welrick. 


Alexander Lonft- 


t^ ^K>Tge Louman. 


James Nolmaii. 


Ctii-istiaii Spade. 


Timothy Conner. 




Melclinir Bahm. 




John Byers. 


^ WiUianiBnMleD. 


Jacob Zeiter. 



ASSOCIATED IIATTAMOXS 



Henry Enffcr. 
Nicliohis ItcilsBcker. 
Conrad Mfyc r. 
James DDiiiiUlaiin. 
Aotltoiiy Buck. 
James Kirkimtvick. 
ChristliUi i'lIsRiLr. 
Thomiis IJiiuk. 
Daniel Ulweliee. 

John IIufTai»n. 

Adam Miller. 
Christ ian SI ) parts. 
George Wood. 

Mattliew Dewlfir. 
EdvartI Jarkwin. 
John MuDoimld. 

MichiicI Ki^iser. 
John UuilCord. 



(ienrgoNiiky. 
Jiimes Keniidy. 
Geoi'ije Si'ai'ist. 
" I do linrehy ■ 



June 1. 

ItohertCunninshAin. 
Jacob SlieiilTer. 
Peter Cap p. 
IlikltZitvUtolK. 
Cliarles Imhuft. 
John Moore. 
Ileiuy Metzler. 
John Stone r. 

June II. 

William Stewart. 
June 12. 

Jacob Iloltz. 

Patrick Kelly, 

Auijust iO. 

Ditvid Hunter. 
Diivid Mul>on)tld. 

Avijtixl 17. 

Mutthins Ulaner. 



Oclobtr 29. 

Peter Hiltzemer. 
Nicholas St out. 
Jo! in Keller. 

[^rtify that tlieiibovu and within contents isatnia 



coi>y from thn nriKiniil, certifleil by me Nov. 4, IT'S. Given inider 
my band ;iLid Seiil. " Jacob UyoK." [l. s,] 



NAMRS OF PERSONS WHO TOOK THE OATH OF ALLE- 
GIANCE TO THE STATE OF PENNSVLVANW IN HAN- 
OVER TOWNSHIP, 1777-79- 

" We. tiie subscribers, do swear for afllnn) thiit we rennnncean*^ 
refuse iitl ;illej,'iiuice to (leorjie Ihe Tiiinl, kins of Great Britain, h'^ 
heirs and siiccrssor.s, and tliat we will be fiiithfnl and bear tnie^K. 
leglatice to tiie Commonweiillli of Pennsylvania, lis a free and 
de|H-nd(!iit ."^late, and tliiit wc will not. at any time, do, or cauat^^ 
1m! done, miy matter or tiling that will lie prejudiciiil or hijor^ 
to the freedom and inuei>ei) deuce tliereof, as declared by (^ng^-w/ 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



40A 



&nd also that we will discover nnd make known to some Justice of 
the pe«ice of the said State all tre^isons and traitorous conspiracies 
wljieli vre now know, or hereafter shall know, to be formed against 
this* or any of the United States of America." 



Will iain McCullough. . 
Willimii Young. 
JoUi:i Armstrong. 
BoUf^rt Clark. 

WilliHin Brown. 

^Villiam McClure. 

•loWii Hume. 

JaO:^«8 Stewart. 
George Boal. 
•lo^ ^ 11 Dups. 
^^»iiel Mnsser. 
A»\<Jrew Young. 
^^^Hiies Barr. 

^*^trick Nat tan. 

l^vigi, Calhoun. 

^^enry Laughlin. 

John Carter. 

•losliua Mngus. 
Robert Frekelton. 

James Yoiuijr. 

Leonard Brisben. 

Jiimes Cornier. 

Joseph Ilid<lle. 

Colon Campbell. 

William Watt. 

John Torrance. 

William Glen. 

Xeal McColli<?an. 

Charles Me E hoy. 

John Morrison. 

Charles Dougherty. 



Philip Pleasly. 
Adam Fierlwugh. 
Milkey Rahm. 

Valentine Conson. 
Peter Pea rah. 
Ueury Newfer. 



July 1, 1777. 

James Bipeth. 
William Moore. 
William Cuningham. 
Bol)ert Ilervey. 
Robert Alexander. 
William McCormick. 
James McMillan. 
David Hoeney. 
Thomas McCullough. 
Daniel Valeney. 
Rolxjrt Barr. 
Robert Bedford. 
Daniel Smiths 
John Nowlan. 
John Johnson. 
Randal McDoneL 
Samuel Starret. 
David Davis. 
Williiim Ilume. 
Robert Dickey. 
Moses Swan. 
Jacob Musser. 
James Ilambel. 
John Thompson. 
Robert Craig. 
Edward Tate. 
James Webster. 
John Kirkpatrick. 
William Allen, Sr. 
Conrad Ilelam. 
John Templeton. 

Juhf 0. 

Peter Eversole. 
Jacob Brunner. 

July 16, 

John Pleaseut. 
Henry Frits. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Martin Htlln. 
John HcNaughton. 
Qichard Johnson. 

James Sloan. 
WilliHin Vance. 
NicliulasBrunner. 



James Low. 

Andrew BeirjliiU. 

Andrew Berryhill, Jr. 

WilHaiD Uc Roberta. 

Jamcfl McEwen. 
Alexander Berryhill. 

Josliua Elder, Esq. 

William Bmndon. 
Abraham Ellis. 

Leo:iiird Umbarger. 

Ali?x;iiider Mcllhenny. 

Jolin Misfly. 
Kiclianl IWermand. 
James Willson. 
Tlioujaa Uobniaon, 

Thomas Hume. 
William Swan. 
Richard .Swan. 
Jtobert Dalton. 



Jvly 19. 

Conrad Smith. 
Jacob Besoer. 

July 20. 

Jacob Cleaman. 
William Hedrlck. 

July 21. 

William Miskimins. 

Patrick Connor. 
jH]jf22. 

James Lon^. 
JuiyZi. 

James Taylor. 
July 21. 

Coil rod Rhodes. 
Juhj 2.5. 

John Templeton. 
July 26. 

William Oarson. 

JhXij 27. 

AwjK!>i 1. 

Robert Kenedy. 

August 2. 

John Ilewey. 
August Z. 

Andrew Kerr. 
Awjimt 4. 

Cliristley Bnmberger. 



AuguH S. 

John Boners. 
Henry Umbari^sr. 
John Pleasant. 
William Allen, Jr. 



AND ULLITIA OF THE BEVOLUTJON. ttf 

wdej. James Boyle. 

kIcCIure. Tbotnaa McCtum, 



^yolin Bamett. 
"^nrilliam Bamett. 
^^illiam Allison. 
^C3eorge McMiUim. 

Barnes Johnston. 
Joseph McC'lure. 

David McCrokan. 

James Young. 
Georpfe Nord. 
John I'olk. 



Albord Bowman. 
William Sterret. 
David MaSrot. 
Samuel Stewart. 
James Porter. 

James Blackburn. 

Hugh Qowpr. 
Robert McCulley. 

Jame-i McCliire. 
Joaeirli HutcliiusoQ. 



Witliam Kithcart. 
William Uowtlen. 
James Alcorn. 

Jacob Smith. 
William iJlark. 



Augutt 7. 

Itobert Allen. 

John Mcllheiinr 

Thomas Lintow. 

Bicbard Crawford. 
Avg¥8l9. 

James Johnson. 

August 10. 

Aug>ut12. 

John McCord. 

John Hetoric 

William Hill. 
Avgu!'l 11. 

Isaac Hotly. 

Josepli Wilson. 

Robert Dunn. 

Robert McColey. 

Jiimes McCreight. 
Au'iiist 15. 

Josepli McGuire. 
Aagwit 18, 

Robert Gilchrist. 

August 19. 

Francis McClure. 
William Si lod grass. 

Augugt22. 

James Wallace. 
Augual2». 

Conrad Myer. 

George Peters. 

David Ramsey. 
AuguKt 2B. 

David Younn. 

John Barnett. 



406 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



John Ripeth. 
William Mitchell. 

Michael Vanlear. 
Btophel Heany. 
Andrew Rogers. 
John Miller. 

John Deyarmond. 
Robert Cooper. 
George Gilbarts. 
Josias White. 
John McClellan. 

Tlionoas Sturgeon. 
George McMahan. 

William Brown. 
James Wilson. 
David McGuire. 
Jolin Breaiir. 
IMer Brown. 
John McMullan. 
John Afford. 

Thomas Ccx)k. 
John Adams. 
James Robinson. 
James Hogers. 



AugiutdO. 

Samuel Robinson. 

September 1. 

William Crabb. 
George Fleming. 
Bernard Fridley. 
Alexander Young. 

September 8. 

John McQuown. 
James McNamara. 
David Kindan. 
Amos Thatcher. 

September 12. 

Francis Carson. 
David Watson. 

September 17. 

James Beard. 
Thomas Srain. 
Michael Wiiitley. 
John Snoddy. 
William Snoddy. 
Henry McCormick. 

ScjHcmber 28. 

Robert Hill. 
Jt)hn Trousdale. 
Joseph Park. 
Thomas MeXair. 



Hugh Ri|)eth. 

The aforegoing names is the persons who have taken the oath • 
alleglaiHV and tldelity to the State, agreeable to an act of Assemb 
of IVnnsylvania, eertilied this 1st of October, 1777. 

Timothy Greex. 



Henry Bnoher. 
Jolni Onnmins. 
Rolvrt l.iisk. 
Duno.ni l^ampl^ell. 
J*»hn *.\-implH'll. 
David IViiorue. 
Honory SvTiver. 
Uoltert Henei;. 



177S. 

John Thompson. 
Michael S-ilser. 
Peter Stone. 
James Philii>s. 
GtMi^ Tiltle. 
SHUinel Fenrnson. 
I'Mniel MoBride. 
William Wilkinson. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



407 



mjamin Sayres. 
irnard Fridley. 
[enry Miller. 
"I»aniel Till. 
—ZLiidwig Slierrat. 
-^acob Ilereoff. 
Peter Graseleas. 
John Sayer. 
Robert Boal. 
James Stewart. 



Thomas McMillan. 
Alexander Johnston. 
James Pattei-son. 
John Fisher. 
William Homage. 
John Shissy. 
David Caldwell. 
James Clendenin. 
Joseph Archer. 
William Grain. 



I do hereby certify that the above named .persons have been 
sworn and affirmed before me, agreeable to an act of General As. 
sembly of Pennsylvania, past June last. 

Certified 6th May, 1778. 

Timothy Gubbn. 



Jacob Keaplar. 
Matthias Keaplar. 
Hugh Ramsay. 
Robert Sturgeon. 
Adam Harbison. 
John Duncan. 
John Ensworth. 
Jiimes Andrew. 
Emanuel Twoey. 
Samuel Sturgeon. 
David Uarasav. 
Thomas Strain, Jr. 
Miciiael Wallace. 
Samuel McCollough. 
Jacob Ilahm. 
Thom.is McCord. 
John Brown. 
Thomas Walker. 
Joseph Baniet. 
Andrew Rogers. 
William Smith. 
James Lonjf. 
William Bright. 



Thomas Finney. 
John Calins. 
Francis Colter. 
Tliomas Bell. 
WMlliam Thorj. 
Jacob A wl. 
Thomas McElhenny. 
George Wolf. 
Michael Myer. 
James Peticrue. 
Williiim Willsop.. 
William Wilson. 
John Reed. 
Jacob Gray. 
Nicholas Yonts. 
A brain Brubaker. 
John Yonts. 
Nicholas Brubaker. 
Emos Smither. 
.Tolin Diinlap. 
.John Wiggins. 
Matthew Crowser. 
Jolm Henry. 



LawMster Onintij, ss. 

I do hereby certify that the above mentioned persons have been 
sworn and atTnmed by me agreeable to the act of As.senibly of 
Pennsylvania, past June last, obliging the inhabitants to pay alle- 
giance to the same. 

Certitied the 4th March, 177S. 

T1.M0THY Gkeen. 



AJtfOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Henry Miller. 
William Trousdale. 
ChrJBtoplier Caiip. 
Henry Miller. 
WiliUin WnllHce. 
BoberliAIcCHllQn. 
CliriBt<H>lier KichwiiMk 
Ulcliaei Muiveu'. 
Michael Mulvtar, Jr. 
Joliii WlKgiiis. 
IIiWl> Kh;. 
Abraliam Jurey. 
Samuel Jurey. 
John Campbell. 
William Doituhlaon. 
James Todd. 
Micliael Umberger. 
James McMillen. 
Alexander Kidd. 
William KIdd. 
Arcliibald McCollough. 
Christ. Fox. 
Clirist. Bi-own. 
Andrew Bniwii. 
MuttliiaH Beaker. 
Joliii Miller. 
John Beiiker. 
John Umberaer. 
I'eter StiHie. 
GeorfjeCrain. 
William Boja. 
Jacot) Miller. 
James Dixiiii. 
J act lb Kit am I tier. 
John Hoover. 
Clirist. Forrer. 
i*liili|» Peter. 
Ceorge Strieker. 
L(tneaater Ci»int;i,ts. 

The within Is a just and true account of the persons' namn 
wliom the onth of jtllcfilance bas been administered to, agreeabi 
act of General AaHi;mbly, since iny lust return »n made. 

CertlBe-l May 1, 1770. by 
Timothy UREEN,[r..8 



John Todd. 
David Todd. 
Wen del Bartholomew. 
Michael Mower. 
Giltwrt Graham. 
William McCauley. 
John Miller. 
Cniirad Bomhack. 
William Whitner. 
John AelibuuKh. 
WillUm Bollinger. 
Daniel lloSmaii. 
Willie Carpenter. 
John Francis Fox. 
David Strain. 
William Strain. 
Alexander Sloan. 
William Ki[ieth. 
Thomas Wallace. 

Frederick Fickle. 
Andrew Cooper. 
Michael Ryan. 
Kobert mil. 
Daniel Miller. 
GeoKit; Ilalne. 
John Car very. 
Adam Piwr. 
Peter Fitting. 
John Car very. 
Henry Fitting. 
J 1)1 in Poor. 
John Biuner,Sr. 
John Bruner,Jr. 
Kohert rorterflelil, St. 
James Cavet. 
James Breden. 
Peter Killcnger. 



AND MZUTIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



IMAA«: :^=?=-S OF PERSONS WHO TOOK THR OATH OF ALLE- 
GZ^^!"^^ ^CE TO THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA IN LEB- 
AE>J ^rZDN TOWNSHIP, 1777-78- 




to t-ft 
and 
of 1 1 

tlli£» 



"•eAn Hubhy, Esqitire, Recorder 0/ Deals, d:e., in and for the 

Ofunly of Lancaster: 
FASTER County, m: 

k « Subscriber, one of tlie Justices of the Peace for the said 
^ do hereby certify tiiat the following is a true list of tlie 
and Simameflor all such Persona wlm have since tlie 27 day 
Ktember last Taken and Subscribed a Mnjorityof tliPni,tlie 
aind the othera tlie atfirmatiun of Allegiance and Fidelity be- 
e as directed by an Act of General Assembly of tliis Slate, 
I the I3tli Day of June, 1777. 

«, tlie subscribers, do a\ve»r (or amrni) that we renounce and 
all allegiance tu Geoi-ge the Tliird. KinKof Great Britain, 
^3 3rs and successors, and that we will be faitlifnl and beiir true 
: i.««nce to the Common wealth of Pennsylvania as a free mid in- 
s:K.<letit State, and that we nill not at any lime do, or cause to 
r:>aie, any matter or tliiuk; that will be prejndlciut or injurious 
» ^?* freedom and indei>e[i(lencu thereof, as deeliired by Concress, 
3-a.lso that we will discover and make known to some one justice 
■ ^ peaceof the said Siate, all ti'easouH and traitorous conspiracies 
:r ■ ■ we now know or liereafter bIihII know to he formed againat 
<=>]: any of the United States of America." 



ikiiUnilier 2M, 1777. 
Wi 11. % —am Dewees, Jr., Philadel- Henry Meyer. 
F»* K X V Co. 

SepUmfMr 29. 
*^e'*^^r-^a(e Fisher. Adam Lash, Northampton Co. 



Cl»»-i 



Pet* 



r £t>ersole. 



>**<=: »^ ael Kisc, York Co. 
Ja.<=<r»'»)Boltz. 
««^«»*-(i;BUlrick. 
'"' ***■ ^ Etine Krug. 

J^'fci »-» Greiner. 

•***■<= «=»■!) Zank. 



October 1. 

October i. 

October 6. 

Adam Kayler. 
Adam Knshel, Berks Co. 
Adam Smith. 
Michael Krebs. 
John Newman. 



William Morgan. 
Leonard Scliwiiigle. 
George Scliwingle. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Octobers. 

Durst Tliomos, Jr. 

Octobn-e. 

Andreas LenU- 
Jacob Zolinger. 



Ocfilfr 10. 

Henry Minicb. 



Jobn Cliriatian Laesb, Northampton Co. 



Jacob Goldman. 

John Stone. 
Mattblas Dipple. 
Henry Meyr. 
Adam Italrner. 
Attdrt-as.Si-liHlrit. 
Kr.ift Aschenhiiiicb. 
Cliriatoplier Itiipi'- 
Peter SUoltz. 
Frederick Sdieider. 

William Sands. 
OeorKe Fingle. 

(jeorjte lloltenhcrger. 
Fi-ederick Niijjle. 
Daniel Uradlt-y. 

William Henry. 
William Trebey. 



October 12. 

Michael Minisli. 
October 14. 

Alexander Klegg. 

I'liiiip Faucit. 

Jacob Geib. 

Jacob Gass. 

Petei Stone. 

Peter Kolb. 

Chrlatian Dombach. 

Pliilip Keffelsinger. 

October 15. 

.Michael I^nard. 

Oclubtr 10. 

lleniy Graham. 
Mailinus Spingler. 

October 17. 

OcUiber 18. 

Liidwtck Schitz. 



Peter Deitzler. 



John WeitKcll. 
Jiicob Weirioh. 



Octobtr 20. 

John Diiiges. 

Ortobcr 2\ . 

Miirtin Weiscr. 



Abraham ^mith. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



411 



Jacob Shafifner, Jr. 
Samuel Bradley. 
William Ilunter. 

Adam Jacobey. 
Nicholas Mosser. 

Henry Cook, Berks Co. 



Henry . 

Dietrich Shultz. 
Franz Zerman. 



Peter Briiner. 
John Herkerdur. 

John Miller. 
Peter Ginrick. 

Joseph Van Gundy. 

Cliristoplier Ulrick. 
John Dubbs. 

Cliristopher Siebolt. 
John Rorher. 
Casi)er Youngblood. 
George Myer. 
Ludwick Ishler. 
Daniel Fitzberger. 

Henry Meyer. 
George 8tone. 
Casj^r Stover, Jr. 
Christoplier Ambrosius. 

Conrad Kaufman. 
George Mintzel. 



October 23. 
October 24. 

October 80. 

Novembtr 1. 

Simon Bosler. 
Philip Bartenbach. 

November 2. 

John Springer. 

November 3. 

Wendle Weaver. 
Edward Isrello. 
Jacob Miley. 

November 8. 

Peter Zeller. 
George Stervin. 

November 10. 

Peter Wehn. 

November 11. 

Henry Bukel. 

November 13. 
Nor ember 15. 

November 17. 

Henry Sayler. 
John Scholt. 
John Serig. 
John Adam Stone. 
George Riehler. 
Alexander Bejijan>in. 

NovcDtber 19. 

James Calhoon. 
(ieorge (Turnweither. 
Henry Strack. 
William Bluher. 

November 20. 

Baltzer Orth, Sr. 



CbrUtopher Bcistel. 

F«Ur Shaffer. 

ChMlesOlilwein. 
Nicholas ItrecliblU. 

Conrad Buiklini;. 

John Meyer. 

Peter Autrliolt. 

George Shonibarg. 

Henry Miller. 

I'eter Newman. 

CliarlfH Onilf II, Jersey. 
John Sailer, Jersiey. 

Julni WelUel. 

LiKlwick lUrtnian. 

Jacob (iiism-it.Sr. 

i'eter Fisher. 

. Micliucl l'liili|>fy. 

Philir lliilerfoot. 

Itobert Love. 

Peter fitiimp. 

Yi«t Wey limit. 

Ili>l>ert Hyera, Ulieater Co. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

NbreoAtrZl. 

George Ohlinger. 



November 24. 

John Shauer. 

Leonard millck. 
Novembtr 26. 

Iketttiber 2, 

Alexander Graham. 
December i. 

Deetm'jtr 6. 

Deetmbtr 9. 

Deetiiibtr ID. 

Dectmber 13. 

Nathaniel Wart, Jersey . 

K Idle rick I'olieluian. 
Vteember 14. 



Itecfmher 19. 

MIcliHeUhechlin. 



January 10. 

Ge<)rf{e Adam Derr. 
Januanj '1\. 

John llenner. 
Januarij 26. 

Ftbrnary ft. 

Levi Rngels, PhiUtklpfala Co. 
FdiTvarii 10. 

John Moor. 



AMD MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 




Ftbruary 16 


Jonathan AmoU, 




Jolin McUlure, 
wmum Wave. 


Philadelphia city. 


James Dun, 






Ffbniary 11. 


Peter Fi.wber. 






Fthrmlry 20. 


Henry Oliver. 






Ftbrwiry 21. 


Peter Jliller. 






March 11. 


Michael Caldwell. 






March 10. 


William BargentiofE. 






Marrk 20. 


Robert Hunter. 






Mur<h 27. 


John Adams. 






Ayrxl 1. 


William Sloan. 


James Trousdale. 


Robert (<a nil era. 






Awil 2. 


John Amend. 






Aiiril 1. 


James JIcLane. 


Henry Shaell. 




A)rril 15. 


Michael Singer. 






April 20. 


Robert BnriOite. 


George Armstrong. 


Robert Cooli. 


Henry Beckley. 


James Brown. 






April 2\. 


GeoFRe Diffenbagh. 


Jacob Blumhnrt. 


Adam Stager. 


Andreas Schreack. 




A)>Til 23. 


Jacob Ekert. 


.Jacob Shertel. 


Casaimer May. 


George Welch. 




Ami 27. 


Jacob Metz. 


Ditvid Saffron. 




April'HS. 


Henrj Bauman. 






Ma;, 1. 


Martin Ulrlck. 


Henry Staufler. 



Cliristoplier Seisa. 
Peter Long. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Mag 2. 

Henry Stalilamlth. 
John Giiigrey. 



John Schob. 
Jacob Mailer. 



John Uedeck. 
George Miller. 



MayQ. 

Michael Wolf. 
Nfcliolas Eshwey. 



John Beaty. 
Michael Ilaack. 



ThomiiB Mitchel. 
ThmnaH Ko|)en1in(Ter. 
ChriBlian Ureitenbacli. 



Peter Scbitz. 
Adam Mark. 

(;iiri8t(i[)lierr;reen. 
Hanet>ei- Painter. 

■Tacob nrcckliill. 
Phiiii)(JloninKer,Sr. 
Abniliain Hyde. 

John Meypr. 
Martin Meyer. 
NiclioliinOaat. 
Martin Smith. 
Abniliam Sebolt. 

Daniel Berry. 
Andrew Carstnitz. 
fleg puMid Strawer. 



Mays. 

Nicholas Ilaack. 

May n. 

Thnmaa Mitchel, Jr. 
Martin Weaver. 



Jlfni; 10. 

Christopher Ilildebraod. 

May 11. 

Henry Weyandt. 
Georite Frederick Foxes. 
Daniel Stauffer,-~.^ 



May 12. 

■John Willson. 
Ileniy Shell. 

May U. 

Anthony i^tiegel. 
Geo lite Planbz. 
John Shaffer. 
Michael Kapp. 

May 15. 

Frederick Hen n Id;, 
Michael Urowu, 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLCTION. 



John Karmony. 
Jolm Morrison. 
Jacob Koliler. 
Henry Iteiiiel, Jr. 

Cliristian SI i ill. 
Joliii Ditman. 
Rk'liai'd Lavers. 



John Ziinmerman. 
Cbristiaii Faller. 
Baltzar Everlmrt. 
Hvlchoir Loudeimitk. 
Frantz Eckliart. 
Frederick Raiip. 
William Spiess. 

Kev. William Runckle. 
Valetitiiie Fawber. 
John Fitwber. 
Aficliaet Shott. 
Daniel Younpfblood. 



May 16. 

Micliael Zimeiman. 
George W ampler. 
Peter Myer. 

May 17. 

Antiiony Kelker. 
Daniel EnBtniiiKcr. 
Clii-istian Slially. 

May 19. 

J oil 1 1 Hemer. 
I'eter Karchnitz. 
] term II II iiipieas. 
Mai'tin Iteiss. 
Jaiioli German. 
■Jacob -SauUer. 

May -Id. 

Niclioliis Henry. 
.Jacob Steib, 
Frederick Yeiiaell. 
Micliael Reiter. 

May2.^. 

Frederick Schryer. 
Daniel (Jonrad. 



John Gloiiinf(er. 
l>aniel Itenning. 



Daniel Kinnick. 
Uuiiiel Straw. 
.Toliii Kapp. 
I'eter Feisinger. 
Andrew Wallbom. 
Pliilip Kreber. 
Geonie Fedderhanff. 
Cfiristopher Herteter. 
ChrfslUn KoppenlmSer. 
Geor:fie Matter. 



Conrad Ueinal. 
Jotin Fariiey. 

Miiy 23. 

Klicliael Feiss. 

Adam Vegley. 
John Sliarff. 
Joiiii Ortb. 
AngnstiiieGaehe. 
A brail am Itiuiftuel. 
George Finghell. 
Paul Zick. 
Michael Smith. 
Michael Wnlilfart. 
Adam Helm. 



416 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Robert Ewing. 
George Wenver. 
Matthias Henry. 
Christian Koch. 
Baltzar Stamgast. 
Cliristian Feiss. 
Jacob Lt'liii. 
William Voiigst. 
Jacob Blanck. 
Henry Klein. 
Henry Mock. 
Georjie Schefiier. 
Jolin Lein. 
Henry Peters. 
Thonms Williams. 
Michael Myer. 
John Shally. 
Matthias Boger. 
Henry Peters, Jr. 
Christian iSraith. 
George Leab. 
John Renhert. 
George Renhert. 
George (iloninger. 
Michael Feiss, Jr. 
Michael Spingler. 
Jacob Pfeill. 
John Steeb. 
Nichol Sebolt. 



Philip Karmany. 
Daniel Miller. 
John Adam Weiss. 
Michael Hearman. 
Jacob Fortney. 
Jacob Snevely. 
Jacob Beible. 



Matthias Brown halt. 
Martin Weitzel. 
George Ban man. 
Jacob Wentz. 
Adam Lawyer. 
Jacob Goldman. 
Frederick Steiner. 
Nicholas C'onrad. 
Jacob Leitner. 
Adam Spingler. 
Jacob Conra(i^. 
John Holinger. 
George Hautz. 
David Miller. 
Benjamin Spycher, Jr. 
Philip Matthias. 
George Springier. 
John Michael Conrad. 
Lucas Shally. 
Nicholas Hobling. 
Baltzer Shally. 
George Simon. 
Nicholas Meisser. 
John Shally. Jr. 
Jacob Steiner. 
Jacob Gundeman. 
Thomas Read. 
Conrad Smith. 



May 26. 

Melchor Apt myer. 
Bernard Fmbigh. 
Peter Berry, Jr. 
Michael Lentz. 
Nicholas Dinger. 
John Yegar. 
Peter Schell. 



John McClintock. 
Michael Miller. 
John Neff. 
John Phil. De Haas. 



Hay 27. 

Adam German. 
Philip Isinirhowr. 
Henry Tittle. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



ier. 


Miirtin Koch. 


Strwtbur. 


DeWHit Windling. 


np|>. 


Fred. Zeller. 


-■ricker. 


Adam U'indliiiR. 


iman. 


Jacob Zollinger. 


eyer. 




;lt. 


Jacob GrnffcSr. 


lemati. 


John I) II pea. 


wliley. 


llriiry Dupes. 


t'liRiier. 


John .Steffey. 


agner. 


Jacob Ifeibsell. 


cli Felty. 


George Ellinger, Sr. 


■li Yerrlch. 


C)i3|>er Elliiitter. 


el.bill. , 


George Kinnierlmg. 


IT, 




Jier. 


David Teisa. 


Po[*. 


Dauiel Ileckadore. 


ilniin. 


George Micbael Gniff. 


entziii)!er. 


George Liiin. 


ierniiui. 


Pliilip ITIiricli. 


nan. 


Martin Itham. 


tis. 


Conrad Klein. 


-Ity. 


John Graff. 


lier. 


Henry B<kker. 


seller. 






May 30. 


[n1)ert. 


James Narrea. 


iRer. 


Daniel Brnner. 


Helm. 


Andreas Emmert. 


iier. 


Peter Miller. 


er Sliauer. 


Oeoi^ Uross. 


Meyer. 


Michael Stricbback. 


lecker. 


Jolin Elseliower. 


V. 


Michael llullz. 


jtmg. 


George Wolf. 


einman. 


Jobn Wolf. 


Boher. 


Jacob Sicliely. 


one. 


Charles Arnt. 


iohcr. 


George Grtllemeyer. 


iroberger. 


Joiin Kitzmiller. 


III. 


Frederick Buher. 


iylman. 


All>ert Klelnfeller. 


rth. 


John Rixley. 


ty. 


John Sayler. 


Iraphell. ■ 


Jolm Dutweiller. 


-Vol. XIII. 





418 



ASSOCIATED DATTALIOKS 



John Etter. 
Flilllp Heldenstrickei. 
Ueorjpi Krist. 
Dnnki I'odbIus. 
Itlcliard ItobinBoa. 
JhcoIi Neff. 
Christ inn Ht'ltzer. 
Adam W«>ftver. 
Mlclmpl Fraiitz. 
TlKimiiR Kiiittley. 
CiiBi>er Diehl. 
AbniiiHin Dlyaton. 
MiciiHd Woir.Jr. 
Chsiwi' Kiioiw. 
GtHirite KvhiKer. 
Jncob Fenisler. 
MattliiHB Uujter. 
John Hey]. 
Ik'riilinrt Hauer. 
JhcuIi Hiuim-. 
C«irR6 VVHiborn. 
JnmoH Kelly. 
MiitthixH V«gt. 
Jacob Wolff. 
John Knbn. 
Ij^DKTd Nnltt. 
J'liili|i Meyer. 
Henry Dnrkis. Jr. 
ChrjHtoplier Wulliert. 
.Iiicnb (iiiaser. 
MIcliuel WiiEiier. 
JanieH Qneen. 
William Fitrmvr. 
Jiibii Farniex. 
Itolwrt Dnrk. 
Mittthiiia Fetlerhuft. 
Henry HiirliiB, Sr. 
Itiirimrt IJoor. 
Peter llerry, Sr. 
John Nlrliulns Deck. 
iSanuiel Ityer. 
Joiin Ileniler. 
John Sti-iiuHlinyder. 
tiMirjtf Knob. 
GHtrtie lloftmaii. 
John Kornmaii. 



Antlinny Kitnnony. 
Dewalt Nebinf(ei. 
Mlcliael Kleyer. 
Dullzir Eniat. 
Fitter Kiicher. 
GeorRe Weaver. 
Mluliat;! Steckbeck, Jc. 
Klchanl Fawcet. 
Clmrles Welker. 
John 1 laser west. 
John Duncan. 
Alexander Benson. 
Thoniiift Atkinson. 
Georiie McUonntd. 
George Ileblmrt. 
Peter Eaders. 
John Uinberiter. 
Philip Melas. 
GeufKe Kern man. 
David Mitchel. 
Daniel Slierletz, York Co. 
Felix Yonng. 
John Sehner. 
Carl Anidt, .Tr. 
Jacol) Ga^ser, Jr. 
Jacob lleterich, 
Daniel Miller (X. B). 
Martin Waftner. 
John Piilrn, Jr. 
Peter Iteiuman. 
Henry Hantz. 
George Feeser. 
Jacob Itrown. 
Geoifre A'ofliit. 
Patrick Mugnire. 
John ChrintJan Setder. 
Andreas Holler. 
Philip Fernster. 
Adiitn Stear. 
Peter Dnrst. 
Joliii Zeiirinft. 
Geori^ Shnefciinte. 
Henry Anittroslua. 
Valentine KomntRD. 
Christopher Uhler. 
John Sciiively, 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



He«>«^V Stomp. 

pre^mcrick Pefffer. 
.Toll r» <3uickel. 
Liid-ww^ckFell. 
We rM «:! K« Fortney. 
Joh r» 3iear. 
Hera x-y Sheller. 



QftOTge Gilbert. 
John Keiither. 
Midmel Ulirlcb. 
Mai'tin Frank. 
Danit-l Hoover. 
Aditm Hoover. 
David SlieriPk. 
ttudolph Kelker. 
George Hock. 



Schwob. 
Eicbelbencer. 
-« Slotterbnger. 



May 31. 

Miitthiaa Reinhart. 
Frederick Williams 
Jucoli Graff. 






PhL 1 m ^p> Krom. 
JolK K-K 3)eilklein. 

.ToI-» »-» Graff. 
Sol«:»-«,-».Tion Schroat. 
Pli * ">. a -^t Perry. 
Nic=-»»«Dl»BEnKel. 
Al»_»-«r 5 ^it Seckely, 
Be»-»» »^it Peiffer. 
He «-» -m:^ J 8chantz. 
Ge<z» w-*5e Deibreoh. 
M**.*, t, iiias Meltz. 
JiM=±«=»%3 Kelssel. 



Jacob Abel. 
ChriBtinn EHsterlm. 
Chriatoplier Kintzel. 
Goo Cried Ilayser. 
Antliony Van Bruck. 
Jolin Ftiaiiiger. 
George Iteinitil. 
John Cliever, 
Uicliael Conrad. 
CliriBtiun Early. 
John Snoke. 
Ftitlip iloyer. 
Jacob Kintzley. 



Vc*. » .^^ utine Boyer. 
Mi.«=:».:fcaellhley. ■ 
H^a-«aBan Walter. 
J*-«=«=»"fc Schryer. 



J***"* »r* Nunamacber. 
-'•=»*• »» Dietz. 
'*^^*^» wy Latcher. 
**-*«=: »3«el Kocli. 
•*-^«^inEckert. 



John Scliryer, 
Nicliolas WeinboltB. 
Michael Zehrung. 

June 3. 

Peter B rimer. 



Andreas Byer. 

Jolui Bnuman. 

Jacob Bail man. 

Antlinny Hemperiey. 
**^<=*»Tte Shaffer, Philadelphia Co. Nicliolas Febler. 
**-i«=»iael Killiaeer. 



sAiwl Killiager. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALION'S 



Peter Schneider. 
John Uettz. 
Duvid WagRner. 
Martin Brulxiker. 

Jonathan Rowlniid. 

Samuel Hiilley. 
Joseph Woodward. 
WilllHin Lattemore. 
Henry Belkucher. 
Rohert Hnys. 

John William Christian. 
Peter Ambrosiua. 
Nicholas Smith. 
John Hammer. 
Joliii Ilammei', Jr. 

Frederick Lentz. 
GeorRe Illinger. Jr. 
Michael Ginrich. 
Rev. Conrad Itiicher. 

Liidwick SI in Hey. 
Geoi^e He Wert. 
Adam Gnimhick. 
Joseph Quarrels. 

John George Miller. 
Ludwick Slintt. 
George Seidelmyer. 
Michael Miller, Jr. 



George Gipfert, 
Conrad Wisliam. 



Thomas Meckelrath. 



Christian Schneider. 
Adam Balmer. 
Samuel Graham. 

Junes. 

Conrad Smith. 
John Smith, 
Jolin Westhefer. 
Alexander Willson. 
John Reschebach. 

William Shaw. 
Edwine Halbon. 
WilllHm Sergent. 
GeoL'tre Day. 
Peter Wliitmer. 
June 10. 

Andreas Vonwiller. 
George Frank. 
Peter Splker, Jr. 

Conrjul Ortli, 
Conrad Reisch. ' 
Jacob PeiOer. 

June 12. 

William Graham. 
Hleliael Rein. 
Jjeonard Stnmp. 
Thomas Fletcher. 

Nicholas Palm. 



Robert Johnson. 
John Ebersol. 



John Willis. 
Tobias Steever. 



AND HIUTIA OF THE BEVOLUTION. 




June SO. 


John Christinn Beck. 
If icbolas Moaser. 


Adam PhUipey. 


Daniel Uooaej. 


John Bennett. 


John Hays. 


June 24. 
.^une 25. 
June -M. 


Frederick Fenwler. 


John Georse Cooper. 




Jwi«29. 


John Geo^e MlUer. 


Jacob Schyer. 




June 30. 


Michael Boltt, 8r. 
Jacob Bolts. 


Jacob Cachet. 
July 1. 


John Beiger. 
John Mayer. 


Conrad Mark. Jr. 

jHlg 2. 


Henry Gipfer. 
Matthias Wolff. 


Geortte Hoffman. 
Comeliua Green. 


George German. 


July I. 
Jttly7. 


Sebastian Beyer. 
Peter Sheiffer. 
Valentine Howarter. 


Andreas Beigler. 
Bteplien Beigler. 

Juti/ 16. 


John Mauahund. 
Isaac Brand. 


Abraham Drand. 
Martin Yernuh. 


John Sever. 


July 17. 
July 18. 


Philip SaysuTS. 
Isaac OuBhwa. 


Henry Holtzaple. 
July 19. 


John Sinis. 


John Clark. 


tost Sheffer. 


JnJj/22. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 





JviyiA. 


Wmiam l>ralS8. 


John Shllsman. 




July 27. 


Joshua Myer. 


Chriatian Stehley. 




July 29. 


Barney Melons. 






JulydO. 


Benjamin Bender, 






Auguit 1. 








August &. 


John ArnoH, St. 


John BrechblU. 



Bemhart Reinhart. 

Given undei my band and seal at Lebanon, the 12th day of Au> 
gtut, 17T8. 

John Tuoux. {seal] 



NAMES OF PERSONS WHO TOOK THE OATH OF AU 
LEGIANCE TO THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA IN 
HEIDELBERG TOWNSHIP, 1777-78. 



Johannes Glieirz 
Horitz DulwU. 

Heinrich Eisenmenger. 
George Melsror. 
Nicholaus Items. 
Carl Gemberling. 
John Martin Stertz. 
Gforge Noll, 
Wendel Shanic. 

Jacob Schwanger. 



Juli/ 3, 1777. 

Ca3|)er Shweybor, M. D, 
Jotiann Ilappel. 

July i. 

Beinhard £. Dinger. 
Jiily S. 

July 7. 

Peter Stohlt. 
Joltannes Stoll. 
Michael Staps. 
George DIessenger. 
Johannes lyisher. 
Joliann Pobsteumaim. 

Jubi 8. 

Christopher Schaeffer. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



428 



aEiel Kirk, 
li Vollz. 
Swanger. 
^is Sell m it. 

Weaber. 
<&%haiu Visher. 



b«^ 



er Farii. 
^^ ^^taelm Hendel. 
^^^nThemsy. 

^«^ren Stubrach. 
-Abraham Baum. 
•'^ohn Milleisen. 
Vllrich Leineu maker. 

Christopher Stump. 
Henry Basler. 

Alexander Shaffer. 
George Reidenauer. 

Peter Zeller. 



Edward Daugherty. 
John Ilnber. 
Samuel .Jones. 
George Stol)en. 
George Gedger. 
John Jones. 
Christopher Weidman, 
Christian Hollinger. 
Nicholas Emminger. 
Martin Ilasy. 
Adam Oberlin. 



July 9. 

July 10. 

July n. 

July 12. 

July 14. 

Peter Lebo. 

Jufy 16. 

July 21. 

July 24. 

July 25. 

George Gramlich. 
VelteEgolf. 
David Zeller. 
Ileinrich Zeller. 

August 1. 

Auc/tuH 2. 

Jacob Spitzmiller. 

Awjusl 4. 

Andrew Strickler. 

August 13. 

Michael Zeller. 

Amjust 15. 

Andrew Nery. 
Jacob Ilagy. 
Daniel Ilallmyer. 
Daniel Ilallmyer, Jr. 
Conrad Hass. 
Johannes Beraersderfer. 
David Schraid. 
Georjre Ilildebrand. 
Philip Beck. 
John Cranmer. 
George Ilamer. 



Peter Swantier. 
Jobuuies Decker. 
Martin Uolmer. 
Lu^wig Ensminget. 
Micliael Trlou. 
C. ArmBtroaK. 

Jacob ScliUlin. 
William Pieraol. 

Tliomas Edwards. 
Johaiiii Strebcl Zollinger. 
George Elias Thierz. 
Jotin Aleek. 

JoliHiincB BuBcli. 
Jacob Kuntz. 
Pliillp Esliflt. 
George Mose. 

8pinlitzZ woven. 
Geome Ilolstein. 
George Ulriuli. 
George Uh'jclj, Jr. 
Marllii I'i'un. 

(;hriBtiuii Soibert. 

Joliii Meier. 
Abrjilniin Mtiimp. 
Chrialiaii Wolf. 

Valentine Diiigea. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Aufiwa 16. 

Autfunt 26. 

August 80. 
Septtmhtr S. 
Sejjteinber 4. 
Seula^ihtT fi. 



Heplember 9. 

William Moor. 

Tiiomas HcGlnneas. 
StpUmbfT 18. 

Oi-tolitr H. 

Octobtr 13. 

October V>. 

Cliristian Diel. 
OebAfr 20. 

October 24. 
OeUibtr 25, 

October 28. 

I'll Hip Gerbener. 
Octolier 31. 

Adiim Scholl. 

George Wolf. 

Robert Elder. 

Peter Ziegeiier. 

Octobir 19. 

Oct'A>er 20. 

(leorge Trauthman. 
John Moor. 

October 22. 

George Ileichman 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



426 









^^nes Lauaer. 
"fc) Edger. 
t" J Koppenhoffer. 
• Grinder Kishmer. 

Meister. 
^;e Meister. 
h Mingen. 
rid) Schmitt. 
$Sd Gehret. 
-^». . — Ue Schreyber. 
^^^=5l^ael Winter, 
^^^czfclaus MuUer. 
\^?^^:i8 Schopp. 
V^^tre Conradt. 
^*^^Hnaden Laudermilch. 
^^cliael Stump, 
^^^ristopher Seiler. 
^^ter Dring. 
^Hcob Diller. 
Adam Bollman. 
'Jabez Weiser. 
Jacob Hartman. 
Jacob Fetter. 
Johan George Trion. 
Andreas Kapp. 
Ludwig Schneyder. 
Jacob Wentz. 
Balzer Laber. 
Yost Ilassman. 
Michael Trautman. 
Jacob Wagner. 
Jacob Gemberling. 
Jacob Rotli. 
Martin Albriglit. 
George Albright. 
Christian Beyer. 
Heinricli Stram. 
Jacob West. 
Casper Iba. 
Martin Hostlefinger. 
Amsteiler. 
Frederick Rapp. 
John Bayer. 
Ileinrich Meister. 
George Strickler. 



June 22, 1778. 

Michael Muller. 
Henry Wunderlich. 
Jacob Laudermilch. 
Henry Sartor. 
Philip Braun. 
Michael Nest. 
Johan n us Sanders. 
Frederick MUnch. 
Johan n us Adam Schuman. 
George Egle. 
William Old, Jr. 
Robert Coleman. 
Michael Mohr. 
Jolin Weiss. 
Hannes Schmit. 
Gerhard t Weis. 
Jacob I^ebo. 
Micliael Kuntz. 
George Widman. 
Christian Schenkel. 
Jacob Noss. 
Jacob Sanders. 
Jacob Six. 
Nicholas Shack. 
Abraham Nebst. 
Philip Sclienkel. 
Joiiu Kroll. 
A^alentiiie Myer. 
Johan n us Dunkelberger. 
George Ilildebrandt. 
George Ilertzler. 
Frederick Dobler. 
Henry PelTer, Sr. 
Ileinrich Meily. 
ChrisU»pher Mayer. 
Cliristian Phillips. 
Peter WolfersbiMger. 
Michael Meesy. 
Frederick Wolfersl)erger. 
Jacdb Himelberger. 
Peter Giiin. 
Cln*istian liHstnitz. 
Johannus Schifler. 
David Livenston. 
Heiurich Lester. 



ASSOCIATED BATTAI^IONS 



George Neff. 
Johannes Biitlman. 
MlcliHel I*y. 
Philip W.)lfei-8l)erger. 
Ulrieli Beckli. 
John IteiiU. 
Leon » I'd linmel. 
Jacob Spriiigltj. 
Aiidi-ew ApFel. 
George Read. 
Jacob liietli. 
Nicboliis Itietli. 
John Iliiriy Kurtz. 
Ileniy Miijf r. 
John .Stlimntzer. 
Hen rick Ache. 
Uiivid Iteeker. 
Ilenrkk IlKiiry. 
Juliannes Kiith. 
Coiu'iid Spiel man. 
Henry iiirkcy. 
C;ia|>er Fiemiui. 
Miitliiiia Albright. 
hndwiK Long. 
John List. 

Abrahnm ScbwiinKcr. 
Pettr (irnbb. 
Johannes Re i gel. 
Adam Rrigt-]. 
Philip Adnm Iteif;el. 
Johan PJiilli)) Tuiutnuii 
George lliiffm;in. 
Adam Hoffman. 
Johun Ffdcr. 

Willielm Siel>ert. 
Matthew (iriln. 



-Ada 



1 Fiieth. 



Huinricli Brill. 
Christian Ltliman. 
llannns I.aiiili-rmilch. 
Kraniz Siclii-rt. 
Jacob Sliiick. 
Martin Meily. 
Georfte Schar. 
Henry Shram. 



Oliriatian FmntE. 
Micbael Meat. 
MicbatI Capp- 
Jacob Decker. 
Peter Capp. 
Viet MetZfter. 
Thomas I.evis. 
Martin Keller. 
Christian Hisser. 
Jacob Bright. 
Jobn Smith. 
George Meier. 
Anthony Wilson. 
Thomas Clark. 
Gotfried Eichelbaum. 
Job annua Knob, 
Michael Brecbt. 
Ulrich Kisser. 
George Spnim. 
FnHleritk Slump. 
John Henning. 
John Cultowelt. 
Johannus Meyer. 
Julian Cieorge, 
■luhn Dbister. 
David Bright. 
George Volk. 
Fi'edeilck Druvan. 
Henry Good. 



Joha 



■a Scho 



George WeiiimHii. 
Joseph Snineker. 
Mattes Filey. 
Itobert !-owry. 
George Becker. 
Geoiiie Weinman. 
Micliael Leididi. 
Michael Schuf. 
Johannes Becker. 
Samuel Milward. 
Emanuel Siiaz. 
Ni(.'olansSchroff. 
Marks Niigel. 
Franz Ulrlcb. 
Christiaii Wick. 
Christian Fox. 



AND HILITIA OF THE RETOLUTION. 



Michael Mall. 
Vale D tine Viehman. 
Ludwig Widomiens. 
HeiDdcli Uruuner. 
Heiniicli Ileichelrotb. 
Knift Kolb. 
Adam Fried. 
Jacob Lauster. 
George Baltz. 
George Arpf. 
Pliilip Himmelberger. 
Clirlstian i-cliell. 
Hannus SoIid. 
Martin Walborn. 
Jacob Biiltzer. 
Frederick Noecker. 
Heiir; Satzgeber. 
Martin Battorat. 
Job an n Kuester. 
Ijemhard liickler. 
Jolin Bricli. 
Cliristoplier Crold. 
Martin Yennler. 
Jacob Itambo. 
MicliHel Itambo. 
Henry Mayer. 
George lliiDcietberger. 
Adam Dora ft. 
Simon Miller. 
Jobamius tliindlem. 
MIcliael Weurick. 
Adreas Sclioll. 
Iieonai'd Biun. 
Jacob Bicker. 
LeoDliardt Striekler. 
Abraluim Wust. 



Fred. Mahler. 
Jacob S Winer. 
Simon Newman. 
Jolm Bobb. 
Peter Newman. 
Jacob Betz. 
Ceoi-ge Folk. 
John Woia. 
Carl Schenkerel. 
Adam Sliee. 

Johannes Bemensdorfer. 
Martin Ruusch. 
David Discliney. 
Nicliotas EiiBminK^r. 
HaiiDea NIckelsmidt. 
Martin Gelz. 
Fred. Steven. 
Peter Rietli. 
Andrew Sliwaly. 
Jacob Iluhn. 
Andrew Cams. 
Peter Barn hard, 
llaniies Frautz. 
Pf ter Liitlgiien. 
George Kan die. 
Henry Wille. 
Ilitnnea Pliilip. 
George Xagel. 
Juliaiiiius Ilnber. 
Jacob DinRes. 
Peter McAllen. 
Willielm Bicker. 
Johann Got fried Jiing. 
Benjamin Miiller. 
George Seiber. 
Michael Spengler. 
Certified by me, 

HfiMltY Sn&EFFlSR. [seal] 



ASSOCIATED IJATTALIONS 



NAMES OF PERSONS WHO TOOK THE OATH OF AL- 
LEGIANCE TO THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA IN 
LANCASTER, 1777-78. 

I do hereby certiry tlmt tlie persoiiB liereinafter named have re- 
spectlvdy, at the limes 1>ereii)»fter mentioned, voluntarily taken 
and subscribed the oath or ufltrmatton of Alledlunce and Fidelity, 
as directed by nn act of Generiil Assembly, passed the IStli day of 
June, A. D. ITTT. Witness my hand and seal tlie 20th day of De- 
cember, A. U. 17TS. 

William Ubnrt. [l. b.] 

Jul:; >5. IT77. 



Jacob I>ickert. 

Josepli Bicliardson. 
Nicholas llartiiolomew. 

James Hay. 
Pliiiip Tlionias. 
NiclinliisUcrlocli. 
Gotlieb Leegart. 
Henry Pott. 



Samuel llankin, 
Siiinuel Ptitlcrsi 
Jiimea Ilutcliiti) 



July 10. 

Caleb Hughs. 

Jul'j 18. 

Jiihj Ift. 

I'eter Fetter. 

Ju!!J-2]. 

Niclioliis Martin. 

Jaly 24. 

Juhi ai. 

Ju'y 28. 

George Koch. 
July 29. 

Leonard Ratphoug. 
August 2. 

Conrad Ferree. 
Augtat 5. 

Aai/usl 0. 

James Keys. 
Robert Hays. 
!?amue] Hoods. 



William Kenedy. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



429 



Winter. 



C^orge Lutman. 
^^ctiaelTrisler. 

Javixes Krocket. 

•*^^in Cunningham. 
^^^>V>ert Warnock. 
'I^Uu Hall, 
^^^onias McMullen. 
M \chael Felly. 
^«niel Gillian. 

'^ohn Ober. 

^iimes Bickham. 

Andrew Wallas. 

John Riiinage. 

Bobert Messer. 

John Reed. 

Rol>ert Young. 

James Johnston. 

Daniel Meeden. 

Thomas Campbell. 
James Young. 
William Wadell. 
Andrew Duglass. 

Justus Biirgensach. 
Stephen Ilaliman. 

Xathaniel Pomby. 

James Turrant. 
William Love. 
Samuel Williamson. 
Abner Willes. 
Fin ley Monroe. 
Joseph Davidson. 
John Harris, 
"^ohn Ewing. 
Matthew Olin. 
George Williamson. 



August 11, 

August 12. 

Levy Marks. 

Awjtist 14. 

Joseph Angelow. 

August lo. 

Robert Streal. 
Jolni Forgeson. 
Duncan Sinclair. 
Ambrose Crain. 
Isaac Hannah. 
John Strain. 
Richard Pickel. 
William Moore. 
Michael Brown. 
Joseph Espy. 
Isaac Harrison. 
Thomas Brannon. 
John Corran, 
George Heath. 

Awjitst 16. 

Edward Smith. 
Jacob A 11 is. 
Daniel McCracken. 

August 19. 

Ellas Yernon. 
James Wilson. 

August 20. 

August 22. 

John Rowan. 
Joseph Simson. 
David Rowan. 
Thomas Brisland. 
Henry Duncan. 
Daniel McMorris. 
Elias Tonard. 
John Clioho. 
Christian Hardman. 



George Stoll. 
Deiinia Slvenf . 
Robert Thompson. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

AugmtSS. 

James Carmudf . 
Robert; Cruiff. 



Thomiis Itiirrwood. 
Jacub Ducket. 
Horatio Belt. 
Peter Stefilman. 
Daniel McClintock. 



Gottlib Snyder. 
Joliii Fialier. 
Paiiiel Fisber. 

Jolin AiigellBbe. 

Robert San (lei's. 

Elislm Balltu'd. 



William Bently. 
Jolin Ilanna. 



Isaac Williamson. 
Iloliert Ratten. 



William Vestal. 
Peter Zorn. 



William McMeaii, Jr. 
HuKh Tliomioon. 



Augusl 20. 

George Ilurvey. 
Awjmt 2S. 

James Wilson. 

George Pen tick. 

Auguit 20. 

Jolin Dunlap. . 
Joint Stevenson. 
Micliael Ilocken. 
Michael Benr. 
Jacob Kobh. 

Augutl 30. 

William Mays. 
Andrew Cochran. 

Sejttfinber 2. 

Stptentber 5. 

Seiiteniber 12. 

James Henderson. 
Septeiubir 13. 

John llctlirington. 

Levy Ailhitc. 

Septem'ier 14. 

Stplembir 10. 

Septemhfr 17. 

.Tames Rtedman. 
David P')tta. 

Septemlifr 20. 

James Kenny. 

SeiiUmbrr 20. 

Jiimes Elder. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



431 



James Musgrove. 

John Stow. 
John Winter. 

Samuel Winket. 

James Marshall. 
Andrew Uudy. 

Adam Ulrick. 
Jacob Wilhelm. 

Samael Workman. 

John Dowl. 

James Wilson. 
George Fentick. 
Rynear Frobases. 
William Todd. 
Andrew Dansmore. 
Samuel Harvey. 
David llichards. 

Nicholas Eikes. 

David Wherry. 
Neul Morrison. 
William Alexander. 

Charles Klugh. 
Henry Reeng. 



Nicholas Becker. 
Casper Krempjel. 



Richard Morris. 



October 2. 

John Davis. 

October 3. 

Phrederick Phile. 
Andrew Giver. 

October 4. 

October 6. 

Henry Peters. 

October 7. 

William Dugan. 

Oct :ber 10. 

John Alspach. 

October 18. 

October 20. 

Robert Kelly. 
John Williams. 
Daniel Williams. 
Abiather Davis. 
James Leack. 
Edward Williams. 
John Stewart. 

October 2\, 

Benjamin Ilittenhouse. 

Ortoher 22. 

Daniel Steat. 
Henry Beat. 
Michael Bearailler. 

October 24. 

October 25. 

Philip Neebergor. 

October 27. 

James Forriet. 
William Maxwell. 

October 29. 

James Feares. 



Adam Smith. 
William Staudly. 



Isaiic WJIkf. 
Jiimea Kocli. 



James Piirker. 
Joliii Uocliran. 
Rolirrt McAfee. 

Join I Clii'iHtj. 

Georice May. 

I'etcr Line weaver. 

Williimi McMurtrte. 

iBiinc Skylea. 

James Alexander. 

lauac Ducka. 

Steplieii Cowick. 

Norton Pryer. 
Ilolwvt Fletclier. 

John Iluatel. 

Ilenry lliittenatein. 

John Ctimi)b>'ll. 

Anthony Ciitlibert. 



AaSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

October Bl. 

Alexauder Scotl. 



Ifovenibtr 3. 

NoCtTllb' T 5. 

IfavcniliiT 6. 

Miittliew Gitispy. 

Biinmnl Griilz. 
JTouenifter 7. 

Lndwick Weber. 
Soceniber 14. 

John McAfee. 

Alexander McDougaL 

ybeemler 22. 
Ntnxnibfr 21. 
Xoveiiibei- 28. 
Denmber 3. 

Deumbfr 4. 

Williiim Skyles. 
Dtcenibtr 6- 
Deceixlier 9. 
Dcreiiiber 10. 

Jkceniber 11. 

George Druckeobrode. 

Dtamber 12. 

Dieember 18. 

December 15. 

William Woodbam. 
December 16. 



AND MILITIA OF THE BEVOLUTIOH. 

Dtcember 19. 



Juliu McClanashan. 
Willbim Maleny. 

Arnold Back. 
Tliomns Housekeeper. 
John Bowman. 
Tliomas Shields. 
Isaac Gibeon. 
Philip Grumel. 
Joliii Mitchel. 
Jmnes RobbJDS. 
Jamps McCollin. 

Jacob Slosser. 
Andrew Cochnin. 
John Rudolph Derpheii. 
Martin Cop. 
John Porter. 

Jacob ITuver. 
Paul SlumpHeld. 

Jacob Mayer. 

Edward UinHeld. 

Uicbael ItiRhn. 

28-VOL. Xlll. 



DecembiT 22. 

James Sturret. 
December 24. 

Christian ZufalL 
Beeember 27. 

Jmtuarff 2, 1778. 

Janwiry 7. 

■Tan wiry 8. 

George McKinle;. 
January 10, 

January 12. 

January 16. 

Janttanj 17. 

Samuel Little. 
January £0, 

William Clampber. 

January 24. 

January 25. 
Ffhruary 3. 

Ftbrutirji 7. 

William Evit. 
February 8. 

George Ilarly. 

February 10. 

Ftbruary 25. 

Fibrunry 26. 

John Probaker. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 





ItbrmTy 28. 


Mtcliael Grajbill. 






March 2. 


George Stahljr. 






JtfnrcA 7. 


JobD Potter. 






March 10. 


Alexander Ford. 


J limes Wilson. 




March n. 


Samuel McCowao. 






March 19. 


Jacob Stollz. 






Mardt 20. 


Coorad Foltz. 


Jacob Sberck. 


John Springer. 






March 24. 


Jolin McMitchel. 






March 25. 


jHCob Miller. 






March 27. 


John Scott. 


Ludwkk Smith. 




March 28. 


Jacob Motz. 


Casper Snyder. 




April 1. 


Cliarles Morris. 






April 3. 


Jmnes Mitchel. 


Francis Gardner. 




July 2. 


Rev. Jolin Ciilbectaon. 


William Patterson. 


James Willsoii. 


John Kanna. 


James Miller. 


John Montgomery. 


Robert Boas. 


Francis McKnight. 


John McKee. 


James Montgomery. 


WilliHm IJeney. 


John Gribben. 


Robert Thompson. 


William McClure. 


Hugh Coulter. 


John McGrath. 


James Miller. 


James Rltchey. 


Mark McCnrd. 


James GIvin. 


Martin Eckman. 


WIIIiBm lAW. 


Dorington Willson. 


Robert Raltson. 


Robert Ramaay. 


David Hanna. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



John Sliannon. 


Samuel Coulter. 


Robert Latta. 


Nathaniel Coulter, Jr. 


Jobn Kaar. 


Adam Hanna. 


Junes Shearer. 


Thomas Young. 


Alexander Fegan. 


John Cochnut. 


Nathan Uoultflr, Sr. 


William Miller. 


John Ramsay. 


Joseph Boas. 


Jamea Ijitta. 


James Hanna. 


John Campble. 


Robert Hanna. 


James Uartin. 


Jacob Boylstooe. 


Jobn Uaben. 


Hugh Moore. 


Jobn Liggit. 


Edward Wahab. 


Joseph Grifflt. 


John Thompson. 


Captain John Fazton. 




Jobn Andrews. 


John Uaughey. 




August I. 


William Brown. 






Aw/ugt 2. 


Andrew Canjtbey. 






August 9. 


Samuel McCartney. 


jHmes McCune. 




^w;««( 10. 


John Brown. 


Itotert Care. 


George Sbanon. 






August 13. 


John Stuart. 


Patrick Smith. 




Avg«st IS. 


Robert Stewart. 






A iigiif 130. 


Francis Caughey. 


Diivki Sheerer. 




SepUmbtr a. 


Patrick King. 


James Dunlap. 


Stephen Hane. 


Patrick Heney. 


William Dunlap. 


William Richardson. 



48U 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



NAMES OF THOSE WHO TOOK THE OATH OF / 
GIANCE TO THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA IN 
TOWN OF LANCASTER. 



jMncnakr County ^ ss : 

The subscriber, one of the Justices of tlie Peace for the C 
aforesaid, do liereby certify that the following is a trae list 
names and surnames of sudi iiersons wlio liave taken and Subs 
tlie Oatli or Aflinnation of Allegiance and Fidelity before 
directed by an Act of General Assembly of Pennsylvania, 
tlie 18tli day of June, 1777. 



Gabriel Beem. 
John Godlieb Sherzer. 
Nicholas Geiger. 
Jolian Sohn. 
Enoch Lyon. 
Jolui Gashety. 
John Baker. 

JoHepli Jjnsey. 

Solomon Folk. 
Jolin Wrifi^ht. 
John Starratt. 
(\)in*ad Kohl. 
lU'niy Liisinfj^er. 

Jaint's lUTwick. 
Martin S;irnian. 

Thomas Siwmy. 



February 7, 1778. 

February 9. 

Fe-rruary 18. 

F^bruary 23. 

March 3. 

March 7. 

March 12. 

March 14. 

John Smish. 

March 16. 

March 24. 

March 25. 

March 30. 

Apn' 2. 

AprU «. 

Bid tzar Shaffer. 

AftrV 7. 

Martin Buchalter. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



437 





-Aprils. 


^- ^2iiA. Stewart. 


Melcholr Rudisil. 


•^a«3a«s O'Bryan. 


Micliael Heggs. 


.^■^^ 


A^Hl 14. 


*• >^^^<3erick ShafTer. 


Chris. A pp. 


^t^xrxs, Bridenbart. 


• 




AptiX 23. 


S^^ '■riB, Beigard. 


Daniel Kuntz. 


*-^''^Ti^c Hough. 




^F ^te 


April 6. 


^^^^per Peter. 






A^il 8, 


^^xtiesMcCaley. 


Erhart Bruback. 


^ illiamiJrogan. 


Michael Sponseiler. 


^^orge Hambright. 






April 9. 


•Tames Nevil. 


Isaac Haugh, Jr. 


Peter Albright. 


Gilbert Butta. 


Joseph Gilbert. 






April 10. 


William Keephart. 




• 


April 11. 


John Park. 






April 13. 


Adam Shilmire. 


Lewis Lewis, 


Frederick Ax. 


Michael Dougherty 


Peter Koser. 






April .4. 


Hugh Hugh. 






April 15, 


Timothy Sullivan. 


Philip Kush. 


Casi)er Grubb. 


Abraham Deer. 


John Kohn. 


George liicksecker. 


John Lechler. 






April 10. 


Adam Melidise. 


Nicliolas Lut^. 



John Armstrong. 



Barnard Wolf. 



Peter Baker. 



Nicholas Fogelgeray. 



Ma]i 5. 

3fav 7, 

May 8. 

May 10. 



AiUiOClATED UATTALIUNU 





Mag 12. 


John Wormly. 






May IS. 


raul Witnl. 






May 16. 


Baniard Hnbley. 


David Hicks. 


BllgerGoodrleb. 


WiUiam Walters. 




JfaylS. 


Jacob Bobnd. 


Abo Bower. 


Jobii Kemley. 


Uicbael Miller. 


Frederick Heath. 






May IS. 


Charles Baker. 


Michael Shele. 


Rev. Christian Roblcht. 


Adam Grole. 


John Ma«ee. 


John Miller. 




Mas-2r>. 


John Stone. 






May 27. 


WiUlam ClinKan. 






Mas2&. 


Matthias Zuliui. 


John Werne. 


James Knox. 


John Mii:«r. 


Josetth FidbaU. 


Peter Denning. 




May-Ja. 


Robert Comn. 


Jacob Backestose. 


Andrew Bell. 






May SO. 


John Lindsaf . 


Loudon Ultiburton. 


William Mentz. 


William Uowan. 


Samuel Baker. 


Leonard Albright. 


Uodfrey Baker. 


Itev. Henry Helm utb. 


J nines Clune. 


Michael Wither. 


Joseph Clark. 


John Swine. 


Jolin Wianland. 


James Meloiiey. 


I.udwiB Cassler. 


Jolni McCaley. 


John Garmac. 


David Baitgea. 


Jobu I'etrie. 


Tliomas Hart. 




Jme I. 


Frederick Martin. 


Samuel Cracker. 


George Yodel. 


Abraham Neaffe. 


Ephraim Little. 


John Brenueman. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



489 



CZ^hristian Neaffe. 
Adichal Tiuiiner. 
S^amuel Eliot. 
•John Henry Kaugh. 

^dam Stei|(er. 

Alichael Lightner. 
GeoT^ Fifer. 



Charles Newcomer. 
Arthur Wence. 

Jacob Nagel. 
John Kryder. 

John Ilagesweler. 
Isaac Peters. 
John Murphy. 



Isaac Duke. 
Baltziir Gale. 
James Hamilton. 

John Francis Hart. 
Jacob Kasler. 
Jacob Franciscus. 
Marti*! Ehler. 
William Flatz. 
Christopher Stener. 
John Elder. 
Melchoir Seechrist. 
Charles Stuart. 
Alexander Ilethrington. 

Samuel Criswell. 
John Pensor. 
John Morrison. 



JuiiL 2. 

Daniel Cremson. 
Godlip Younttman. 
Christian Blickendorf. 
Christian Leiubach. 

June 3. 

Jacob Wagoner. 

June 4. 

June 5. 

John Philip Garman. 

June 6. 

Christian Ricksecker. 

June 8. 

Stophel Franciscus. 

June 9. 

George Kuster. 
Henry Kuster. 
Matthias Kam(x;r. 

June 10. 

Better Sipe. 
Ludwig Dening. 

June 12. 

James Blank. 
John Park. 
George Johnston. 
Piiilip 8tert7.er. 
Ludwick Gutsier. 
Godfried Gootsor. 
Abraham Hershberger. 
John Shutz. 
Henry Cowan. 

June 13. 

James Brown. 
Barnabas Neance. 
John McGrath. 



m 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 





June 16. 


James Stevenson. 
Jolin Shitz. 
Josepli Halneft. 


John Seiger. 
John Henry Kue. 

Jwne 16. 


Charles Keller. 
Bastian Dunkel. 

PhilipBrowD. 

Christian Stiner. 


Patrick Mulholen. 
June 17. 
June 27. 
June2S. 


Casper Bolirer. 
Michael Miller. 
Greorge Kittenger. 
Joseph Stenges. 


Jacob Sneveley. 
Mathias Basl^. 
John Weaver. 
John Long. 


Nicholas Witselberger. 
James Weit. 

Peter Seitz. 


June 20. 

June 80. 

July 1. 

John Brighthalt. 


Peter Wolnen 


July I, V7H, 

Henry Shirk. 


John Shefftle. 

Jacob Iiil)eley. 
Peter Waller. 


July 2. 

July 3. 

Henry Teterich. 
Adam Glenry. 


John Charles Stover. 
John Ilildebrand. 

Christopher Cryner. 


July 6. 

Isaac £mely. 

July 7. 

Emanuel Derr. 


George IIiiuu. 
John Buclier. 


July 8. 

July 9. 

Conrad Shisler. 




July 18. 



Nicholas Ingleblosd. 



John Bletz. 



July 20. 



AND MILITIA OF TUJi UEVOLUTIOS. 



Jacob Elcher. 






/«Ji/29. 


.AiXichael Cryder. 






July 80. 


CJ^Iiristopher Funy. 






July 31. 


^3enry Klngerich. 






Avfpati- 


S^amuel Beech. 


Henry Kushetti. 


<Z7harlea Morse. 






August 6. 


^r^-eorge Weichtar. 


Conrad Micher. 


.JTstcob Weldmao. 


Peter Bioeharrea. 




Avguatl. 


tfZISedrge Tiber. 






Au-mt 15. 


-^Villiam Smith. 


JohnCampbeU. 




Augwn27. 


TK:^obert Oaliiwell. 


Samuel Bigart. 


^^^k'Xiiitder Ilea. 


Philip Jacob Saul. 




N'-K^mber 6. 


TFlobert Ischfleld. 






JV'-Mmiier 8. 


.Jacob Albert. 


Caaper Lorentz. 


IBIaul Selereitz. 


Daniel Strieker. 


:Benr7 Miller. 


James Keen. 


Oorge Mnrquot. 


Simon Snider. 


-lohn Woods, Jr. 


Hugh McElroy. 


John Ebernwn. 


Nick Boss. 


^Nicbolaa Tobb. 


Daniel McMolIen. 


3Ja3tiau Shirk. 


Jolm McDauiel. 


Stephen Martin. 


John Liebreich. 


3Iajer Solomon. 


Conrod Yost. 


lx)dwick Heck. 


John IlamiUon. 


CtiarlfS Heinitz. 


Henry Krimler. 


Henry Fordiiey. 


William BrIcB. 


Jasper Yeates. 


Young Miroth. 


PhhI Zaiitzhiger. 


Henry Gross. 


MnttliiAs Slough: 


Christian Henael. 


Jolin Ewing. 


John Fowler. 


Sebastian GrafF. 


David Miller. 


Hugh Ritson. 


George Brand. 


Bicbard Hervey. 


George Bigle--. 



442 



A8S0CIATED BATTALIONS 



Samuel [leiiry. 
FhUip FuUan. 
Henry Kepele, Jr. 
Oisper Singer. 
Jacob Krug. 
JoBsph Thomson. 
Philip Whevner. 
Henry Uaurer. 
Jacob Martin. 
Lodwicic Lowman. 
Fredericlc Yeiaer. 
Jolin ShOBiuan. 
Caaper Forduey. 
Balser Siieffer, 
MatthiHB Gi-Hff. 
John Ilillei'. 
George IlaRetsmiiler, 
Adam lie i singer. 
Solomon MHi-Hclie. 
George Muore. 
George Plough. 
Stopliel Heger. 
JoBCpii Myers. 
Peter Miller. 
William Weiss. 
Philip Hart. 
August Milksack. 
Joseph Dnlter. 
Mike Mosser. 
Jacob GeuH«^iiiKii. 
Sampson llaivey. 
George Slosser. 
Lodwick SI I nil. 
Jacob Weaver. 
Mike Bartgis. 
Gotlip Nowmaii. 
William McMatummey. 
Cliriatian Petrie, 
Ueiiry Geiger. 
Nick Zinner. 
Wlllliim Weterson. 
Joliii Williams. 
Mike Itt^itiHrt. 
George HolTnagel. 
Veti'ich Heisa. 
George Hunder. 



Edward DiggiUB. 
John Pislier. 
Bamet Jacobs. 
John Ferree. 
Mardln Klein. 
John Geiger. 
Michael Drebert. 
GoLlieb Feller. 
Bert Zurluntz. 
William Coveran. 
Frederick BoeitA. 
Henry Kendrick. 
Jeremiah Decker. 
Lewis Salt. 
Mathias SauBon. 
Uicliael Kreemer, 
Ernst Bora. 
David tStadelmen. 
Joseph Jong. 
Joseph Beacker. 
Philip Beacker. 
BiirgiliiusCartter. 
Adum Booali. 
Joliii Si nets. 
Jacob Lutman. 
Tiiomus Krautz. 
Jacob Eylmau. 
Micliael Hann. 
Adam I.elzensbergh. 
Matthias Smith. 
Michael Feidt. 
Frederick f^iclieiibei^h. 
Onristian Lein. 
Joseph Stork. 
Simon Brand. 
Adam Gaul. 
Stephen Miller. 
Uudy Sauder. 
Joachim Nagel. 
Henry Doerm. 
Itobert Dolaiid. 
Frederick Fenstermacher. 
Thomas Handley. 
Michael Grobb. 
Daniel Weidle. 
Oliristiun Odenwalt. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



Jacob Kraft. 
Jjtoob Amati. 
Joba Weltley. 
Peter Bugh. 
Moaes Irwin. 
John Shaffer. 
Coleman Kreiner. 
Michael A pp. 
Jacob Grobb. 
Frederick Sweatzle. 
Jacob Shendle. 
Frederick Beas. 
John ShaBner. 
flenry Hilger. 
l?*eter Defenderfer. 
CSeorge Wien. 
:Arf atluas Dehoff. 
X..otwig Sheler. 
<_Jbar1es Boyd. 
.Tobn Miller. 
^K^'rederick Anspaeb. 
JK^enrr Deliufl. 
CJbristian Marahal. 
_XDaniel Frank. 
C3eorKe MesKramith. 
^rf^lexander Guaraan. 
.^^lexander Nelson. 
^Eleiiry Herman, 
-lohn Ney. 
John Weber. 
<Uhristian Waidle. 
Slike Soiie. 
21icliael Lend. 
Trancia Merow. 
-Isaac Bertshi. 
Telix Buch. 
— lacob Lenticb. 
Teter Benner. 
CJonrad Heiale. 
Andrew Gr Inner. 
Daniel Wier. 
Ceorge Kimmel. 
Ceorge H nber. 
Hathias Bader. 
^ike Shenly. 
Tbeoi^iUus Goasert. 



Robert Stellington. 
William Crawfort. 
John Gaaner. 
Henry Lechler. 
Frederick Keating. 
Tliomas Kelly. 
John Oliver. 
Peter Geedy. 
Alexander Brandt. 
Christian Sieple. 
John Oreland. 
John Terhune. 
Michael Toung. 
Adam Ulrich. 
John Shefley. 
Peter Graff. 
John Shefler. 
John Mojley. 
Thomaa Wood. 
James Tweed. 
John Johns. 
Jolm McCollough, 
Nathan Wilie. 
J»cob Pfaiitz. 
Frederick Mann. 
Henry Ilann. 
Miirtiii ('reedy. 
Christian Keller. 
Martin Beyer. 
James Fasler. 
Henry Funck. 
Jacob Ketz. 
Peter II ei I man. 
Deder Kumpf. 
Adam Weber. 
Peter Carney. 
Christian Kurtz. 
Henry Etter. 
Daniel McPhei-son. 
I'auU Houseman. 
Young Erisliman. 
Henry Kuntz. 
John OfFner. 
John Siiitz. 
Jacob Hitdebrand. 
Jonathan Tut nail. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



George Morrison. 
Kudolpb Parse I. 
Nicholas Long. 
Marck Sliii. 

Christian KneriosUield. 
Jacob ^Idiiiger. 
John Sellg. 
Henry Ferry, 
Frederick Sbeffer. 
Casi>er Cliarman. 
Wuswin Deiuseizen. 
Christiitii Lenhert. 
Jiicob Diehler. 
Mike Rodmaeher. 
George Uodmacher. 
Mike Kiich. 
Michael Klein. 
Valentine Iletlich. 
Melclior Snyder. 
Jacob De liner. 
Conrad Hhsh. 
JoBeiili Kennedy. 
John Kennedy. 
Charles Hamilton. 
James Davis. 
John Hameljerger. 
George Krebhs. 
yrederk-k Kf ntzer. 
Charles Shaw. 
Casiwr Ney. 
George Mosser. 
John Otley. 
Peter Iloofnagle. 
Peter Reitzel. 
Jolin Barrd. 
Lorence Burns. 
Cornelius Lane. 
Lodnick Mayer. 
Stepheii llornberger. 
Frederick Sliaiick. 
Christian Booss. 
John Kipii. 
Ilenri' Oster, 
Henry Lendenraan. 
fieorffeOrnolt. 
D.iiiiel MtCay. 



Casper Greble. 
Adam Edleman. 
Marden Tltorwalt. 
John Coll. 
Lewis Bart. 
Conrad Bream. 
Mathias Aid. 
John Beirod. 
Daniel Kelley. 
JohnCocklen. 
Daniel McCook. 
James Daulen. 
Henry tjmall. 
■Tohn Campbell. 
Joseph Boone. 
Nick Miller. 
Henry McGuer. 
Joseph Ney, 
Steven Bailer. 
John May. 
Philip Itashong. . 
Piiillp Kleiss. 
Jacol) Fuiick. 
Ge()rge Roger, 
(ieorge Bilger. 
Jacob Michael. 
Peter Bat7^nieyer. 
{ieorge Wry. 
Nick Untiner. 
Jacob Kibler. 
George Wolf. 
George Hard. 
Williani Kirkpatrick. 
Jacob Sofler. 
Paul HolT. 
(Jeorge Bickham. 
Wend el Gealinger. 
John Davis. 
Henry Zanck. 
Alexander Hamilton. 
Joseph Pet ton. 
Jacob Maurer. 
Michael Ilerner. 
Chiistiaii Wegman. 
/Henry SUmffer. 
/Christian Zorn, 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



John Caiiy. 
Clirlstfaii Bower. 
Peter L:uitz. 
Frederick Melliii^r. 
Job Oh iter. 
Adam llunkberger. 
Jacob Walder. 
Mike Rather. 
Josepli Vaiiliom. 
Jacob Miller. 
Frederick Itetz. 
Connul Disher. 
Philip Weitzel. 
Willinin Brisley. 
William Banner. 
Christian Bush. 



Liidwfj! Bieesel. 
William Ueminger. 
Andrew Keller, 
(ieorge Snertiel. 
John White. 
John M»urer. 
William Itell. 
John Bryan. 
William McCullouKb. 
Jacob Weidler. 
Joseph Otcle. 
Peter Wilson, 
Geoi^ McUuUoufth. 
James Ilosatatter. 
John Switzer. 
Anthony Thomson. 



NAMES OF THOSE WHO TOOK THE OATH OF AL- 
LEGIANCE TO THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA Ih 
HANOVER TOWNSHIP, NOVEMBER, 1778. 



Michael Dearmond. 
James Todil. 
Richard Dixon. 
Rol*rt Wallace. 
Moaes Vance. 
Martin Peiunigh. 
Juliii Earley. 
Peter Fox. 
Sumiiel Brown, Jr. 
■lolin Castle. 
David Porter. 
Peter liiightbell. 
Ueorse Frank. 
Jacob l,eidy. 
John Dm I lap. 
Jinies Cogley. 
John Cogley. 
John ThomiiaoD. 
John ^tarrat. 
Jnines Wilson. 
Thomas GilKrist. 



Micliael Feter. 
John McKinney. 
George Long. 
Andrew Armstrong. 
James Donnely. 
Samuel Swan. 
George Shanklin. 
Uavid Calhoon. 
Alexander Gaston. 
Robert Temyletun. 
Willliini Evans. 
John flayers, 
Jacob Rice. 
Lndwick Kmrick. 
John Andrew. 
.Tohn Davis, 
Gabriel Davis. 
Antony Long. 
John Cari>enter. 
Peter F rid ley, 
Andrew Fridley. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Andrew Horner. 
Joiues RippeUi. 
James Dobbins. 
John IStrean. 
Jolin Murphj-. 
James Allen. 
John French. 
Henry O'Neal. 
James Glen. 
Edward Stridle. 
Wjlliain Johnston. 
David Work. 
Bernard McNutt. 
Andrew Huston. 
William Jones. 
John Martin. 
Adam Dininger. 
James Karmany. 
HukIi Koiiers. 
John Oswald. 
Godlove Kline. 
Jolin Shooii. 
James Duncan. 



William Johnson. 
John McCormack. 
Henry McCormack. 
James Rippeth. 
Peter Buber. 
David Hay. 
George Menich. 
Liidwick Shuts. 
Jonathan Woodside. 
James Hews. 
Maltliias Hover. 
Hugh Willaon, Jr. 
Alexander Kidd. 
Hugh Willson.Sr. 
George Sider. 
James Willson. 
Robert Wallace. 
Hugh Hamilton. 
John Dixon. 
Josepli Crane. 
Christoplier Ileaney. 
Tliomas Wiggins. 

Certified by me, 

TmoTUY Green, [l. s.] 



NAMES OF THOSE WHO TOOK THE O.ATH OF ALLE- 
GIANCE TO THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA IN SAUS- 
BURY TOWNSHIP, 1777- 



David Henderson. 
John McCuloucb. 
Edward Young. 
Thomas Uodrwell. 

Alexander McCounell. 
John Each man. 
Jacob Boasus. 

John Robb. 
Jknwe Manhall. 



Adam Mod r well. 
Samuel Turner. 
William McConnell. 

Jul;/ U. 

■Tohn McConnell. 
William Steel, Jr. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



447 





September 10. 


•^•^*iae8 Patterson. 


Samuel Moore. 


/Ola x^ Park. 


Alexander Kenn. 


^^*=>c:^ miel Littel. 




^ 


August 18. 


^^*^ x::i Jackson. 




r - 


September 6. 


^'^^^■cfc^s McConnell. 
' *^^^i:i es iSnodgrass. 


W illiam Turner. 


Andrew McEntire. 


••^^^^Dunlap. 






July 2. 


-^^otibald Gaury. 


John Hathom. 


^^^^:>ert Gury. 




"*^t"^^ 


August 9. 


^^ incent Cromwell. 


William Noble. 


"William Clark. 


Hugb Lamand. 


"ugh Graham. 


James Officer. 


'Barnes Noble. 




• 


August 16. 


limothy Douglass. 


William Tweed. 


Hobert Williams. 






August 9. 


Alexander Noble. 


Joseph Tweed. 


John Tweed. 


Samuel Benson. 


William Heney. 


William Longhead. 


Captain John Johnston. 


Robert Mordic. 


William Guy. 


William Heard. 


Robert Bailey. 


Nathan Thomson. 


Jacob Bailey. 






August 16. 


John Coventry. 






August 19. 


John Mordic. 





August 30. 

Peter Eky, Maryland. John Heath, Maryland. 

Rev. George Luckey, Chester Co. 

September 1. 
James Walker, Newcastle. Lawrence Scanlen, Newcastle. 

September 2. 
Archibald Beatty, Maryland. Nathaniel Tison, Maryland. 

September 8. 
David Morrison, Newcastle. John Whill, Carolina. 



448 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



September 10. 
Jes8e Foster, Maryland. William Williams, Newcastle 

September 11. 
William Faries, Newcastle. Charles Warrant, a deserter fi 

Joseph Brown, Newcastle. Howe. 

James Foster, Maryland. 

September 12. 
James Lowrey, Maryland. Hugh Henderson, Pennsylvan 

September 18. 
James Fearies, Maryland. John Brown, Chester Co. 

Alexander Stewart, New York. 

September 23. 
Joseph Lowrey, Maryland. Adam Markel, Maryland. 

October 1. 
John McMillen, Pennsylvania. John Brannen. 



George McLachlen. 

George Willson. 
James Johnston. 

Matthew Cunningham. 

llobert Forth. 

Archibald McKeasyk. 
William Hay. 
Robert Smith. 
James Ramsiiy. 
Gerard us Chirkson. 
Michael Butler. 
William Brisben. 
James McFaden. 
Adam Gait. 
William U. Smith. 
Samuel Smith. 
Robert Armor. 
James McCamont. 
John Armor. 
John McGown. 
William Gilgeson. 
Tliomas Slemons. 
William HamUton. 
David Cowan. 



Thomas Colly. 

September 4. 

William SnodgrasB. 

September 12. 

Septembtr 2(^. 

September 2f). 

Thomas Johnston. 
Samuel Armor. 
Hugh Forgey. 
John McCrea. 
John Allison. 
Micluu'l Graham. 
William Beggs. 
John Evans. 
Hugh Rachford. 
Edward Racliford. 
James Borland. 
John Wliitehill, Jr. 
John Ranshaw. 
Archibald McCurdy. 
Adam Barr. 
Jacob Martin. 
John Wilson. 
Joseph Belford. 
Thomas Putton. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



449 



Tlie above is a true list of tlie Names and Surnames of those wlio 

r, before me, voluntarily taken and subscribed the Oath of Af- 

^rins^tion and Allegiance and Fidelity, as directed by an act of 

»ral Assembly (^.Pennsylvania, passed tlie 13th day of June^ 

. 1777. 

itness my hand and seal, the 30th day of September, 1777. 

John Whiteiiill, [l. s.] 



iam Slemons. 



^^ ^ ^ ^iam Moussour. 



es Welch. 
^ Wallace, 
n Wilson. 

Proudfoot. 



n Gait. 



^^l)ert Crosby. 



illiam Fullerton. 
Gliomas Gait. 
'Jacob Pea. 

George AVarner. 

Peter McCarty. 

James Cook. 
James Brown. 

John McCom. 



Hugh McBride. 

29-VoL. XIII, 



Novernhei' 1. 
November 6. 
November 9. 

November 10. 

December 10. 

John Wattson. 

January 15, 1778. 

March 12. 

James Gait. 

March 17. 
March 21 . 

March 31. 

April 3. 

John Richardson. 

April 6. 

William Rimshaw. 

April 13. 

April 23. 

John Watt. 

April 25. 

Daniel Jones. 

April 29. 

William Halliday. 



450 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Alexander Brown. 

James Ilacket. 
Henry Willson. 

Samuel Ilnphes. 
William Pat ton. 
Edward Ilimsliaw. 

James Majors. 

Jacob Hikes. • 
Collin Martin. 

Joseph Whitehill. 
Arcliibald McAfee. 

Isaac McCamant, Jr. 
John McKinley. 

Jolm Harris. 

Isaac Rosbrough. 

Robert Huston, Jr. 
Robert Mat his. 

Matthew Martin. 

John Iloyt. 

Daniel O'Boyle. 
Bobtirt Huston, Sr. 



«ti 




yiny 1. 

May 4. 

James Lamont. 
William Armstrong. 

May 11. 

Isaac McCamant. 
George Whitehill. 

May 12. 

May 13. 

James Rimshaw. 
James Willson. 

May 25. 
May 27. 

May 29. 

3fay 30. 

James Willson. 

June 4. 

David Harris. 

June 6. 

George Wass. 

June 8. 

June 9. 

June 12. 

Adam Campl)ell. 

June 13. 

James McCamanf 

June 16. 

John Hamilton. 

June 17. 

Edward Crosbi 






•'""e 22 

•^Kne 29. 
'full, U. 



'•"«iBi»h. 



•'"^^ 17. 









m 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



September 12. 

September 14. 

James Graham. 

September 18. 

James Cooper. 

September 19. 
September 22. 
September 26. 

October 5. 

October 6. 

October 9. 

October 13. 

October 16. 
Noveniber 2. 



Peter Carrigan. 
John Ralston. 

William Armstrong. 

John Reed. 
Matthew Woods. 
William Ralston. 
Sebastian Fowbar. 
William McCleland. 
John Douglass. 
James Johnston. 
William A dear. 

James McDill, Jr. 

November 12. 
Colonel Samuel John Atlee, taken prisoner August 27, 1776; ex- 
changed October 7, 1778. 

November 14. 
Yost Yotter. 

Francis Hindman. 

James Clemson. 

William McCleland. 



November 17. 
November 19. 



John Diirrough. 



November 21. 

Archibald Montgomery, 

November 28. 

Thomas Fullerton. 

I do hereby certify that the within is a true list of the Names and 
Surnames of the i^ersons who have taken and Subscribed the Oath 
or Aflirmation of Allegiance, as directed by an act of Aswinblj, 
parsed the 13th day of June, 1777, agreeable to the dates to the 
several names. 

Given under my hand and seal, this 5th day of December, 1778. 

John W^iutsuiuu. [l. 8.] 



AND HILITIA OF THE BEVOHJTION. 



NAMES OF PERSONS WHO TOOK THE OATH O^ Air 
LEGIANCE TO THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA 11* 
LANCASTER TOWNSHIP, 1777. 



.A.Ddrew Heikis. 
Jscob Hagestwiler. 
-Jucob Geiger. 
I.^eon»Td Shu bier. 
•Xohn Mitchel. 
^^^alentine HoffmaD. 
Zwfalcom McCuDe. 
EXobert Calbnith. 
OF otan Podey. 
^Vohn AiideraoD. 
^Voaepli Craford. 
Egbert E!der. 
Srlobert Anderson. 
_Vames McKneely. 
^^\lexander MorriBon. 
:Etlchard Free, 
.^^lexander Russell. 
.Zlufih FtiBsly. 
Stobert Andrews. 
'Xhomas A nderaon . 
^Daniel McCredy. 
!Xiufih McCusland. 
John Com in K- 
Henry Potter. 
John Scott. 
Gabriel Morrison. 
Alexander Hasson. 
James Teaae. 
Andriiw McGinnisa. 
VlUlam Uobiiison. 
BtrttBTt Ross. 
lium Calbreatb. 
Tbomaa Dick, 
liamnel Oalbralth. 
AkxAnder Speer. 
Sunnel Caughey. 
Vllliam UcConne). 
lobn Bowe. 



July 2, 1777. 

Samuel Caagbey. 
Thomas Palmer. 
Jaoob Foltc 
Charles Herre. 
John Harris. 
John Miller. 
William McConnelL 
Robert Evan. 
George McCune. 
William Dunlap. 
William Teas. 
James Crage. 
Hugh Coming. 
Alexander HuBton. 
Samuel Entriken. 
Alexander May. 
CapUtln Joseph AndersoD. 
Robert Miller. 
Andrew Russell. 
William Dowulng, Jr. 
John Crage. 
Thomas Scott. 
' John Andrews. 
John Crage, Jr. 
JHmes McKnigbt. 
John Gill. 
James Finley, 
John Baird. 
Samuel McCalmont. 
Samuel Moore. 
James Walker, 
Duncan Kin nan. 
Samuel GUI. 
George McCartney. 
Jamea Mckindry, 
Thomas Willson. 
John Patterson. 
Hugh Willson. 



464 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



James Glen. 
WUliam Nell. 
John Spear. 
WiUiam Floyd. 
Katlianiel Caughey. 
Samuel Caughey, Jr. 
John Scott. 

James Cunningham. 

Joseph Miller. 
James Miller. 

Joseph Ross. 
William Anderson. 
John Dunlap. 

Stephen Mahon. 
Peter Hastings. 

John Swishard. 
Captain James Ross. 
John McDernel. 

John Walker. 
Robert McKnight. 

John Murray. 



Andrew Wilson. 
Daniel Skiles. 
Matthew Whitt. 
William Huston. 
William CunnUigham. 
John Briggs. 
David Logan. 

July 20. 

James Dwyer. 

July 24. 

George Finley. 
George McCombe. 

Augtist 10. 
Augtist 14. 
August 16. 

August 21. 

Simeon Hastings. 
John Gable. 

August 29. 

September 1. 

Septeviher 3. 

September 11. 

William Walker. 

September 13. 

September 22. 



Feliks Deveney. 

A true list of those persons who have taken and Subscribed the 
Oath and Affirmation of Allegiance and Fidelity, as directed by an 
Act of General Assembly of the State of Pennsylvania, passed the 
13th day of June, 1777. 

Qualified before 

H. Dehuff. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



465 



NAMES OF PERSONS WHO TOOK THE OATH OF ALLE- 
GIANCE TO THE STATE OF PENNSYLVAN IN HEMP- 
FIELD TOWNSHIP, 1777-78. 



James Ewinp^. 
Samuel Boyd. 
Charles Hall. 
William Henry. 
Christopher Taylor. 

Thomas Patton. 

Nathaniel Barber. 
James Barber. 
Samuel Barber. 
James Patton. 
John Yesler. 
Abraham Fisher. 
Adam Martin. 
Melchor Dungle. 
Joseph Patton. 
Adam Stoneking. 
Joseph Wrijfht. 
Alexander Noble. 
James Wright. 
Barney Zimmerman. 
Nathaniel Pajje. 
Thomas Wright. 
Conrad Hylegan. 

James Berry. 

Jacob Brenner. 

Tliomas Patton, Jr. 

John Thomson. 

William White. 

Peter Zachary Lloyd. 

William McCormick. 

William Boyd. 
William. Bams. 



July 1, 1777. 

Robert Barber. 
Samuel Wright. 
Robert Barber, Jr. 
Jolm Taylor. 
John Barber. 

July 8. 

Auguat 8. 

Philip Bail. 
Jacob Miller. 
Jacob Shyrey. 
Frederick Ziegler. 
Christian Kaufman. 
Frederick Oldwiler. 
Samuel Mackert. 
Michael Rupley. 
Dewalt Merkle. 
Mathias Shy reck. 
Jacob Bare. 
Henry Myer. 
William Conter. 
Christian Oberholtzer. 
John Eberly. 
John Patton. 

August 9, 

August 11. 

August 19. 

September 17. 

October 9. 

October 2\, 

October 27. 

November 27. 

John Musser. 



466 



ASSCX;iATED BATTALIONS 



Jacob Rupley. 

• 

Barnej Mann. 
George Fisher. 

John Mann. 

Robert Spear. 
John EwinK* 
John Rathvon. 

Samnel Cooper. 

John Philip Byard. 
John Marks. 
John Manning. 

John Justice. 
William Yard. 
Love Bilker. 
Lewis Boyle. 
Jacob Rilil. 
John J^atimore. 
David Pliukham. 

John Simpson. 

John Rego. 
Jacob Furry. 
Samuel Me Daniel. 
Valentini^ Rimmel. 
John Creamer. 
Jacob Riglitlinger. 
John McGill. 
Jacob Brandt. 
John Pliilips. 
William Kennedy. 
Frederick Feck. 
George Coss. 



April 28, 1778. 

May 15. 

May 18. 

May 20. 

Michael Keller. 

May 21. 

May 26. 

May 27. 

May SO. 

John Cooper. 

May SI. 

Jacob Manning. 
Abraham Pee. 
Isaac Neaf . 

June 1. 

Samuel Miles. 
Barnabas Brooke. 
William Christian. 
Christopher Rimby. 
James Webster. 
Elislia Broomfield. 
diaries Gotfried. 

June 2. 

Jtitie 3. 

Michael Ziegler. 
Casper Lute^. 
Michael Shooman. 
Jehu Lafaver. 
Philip Sower. 
Pliilip Oldwiler. 
Adam Bungan. 
Conrad Karrer. 
Jacob Bear. 
Jeremiah Roke. 
Thomas Doyle. 



Martin Bare. 
I do hereby certify the above to be a true list of the persons who 
took the Oath or AQirmatioa of Allegiance and Fidelity before 
me. Jambs Jacks, [seal.] 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



457 



NAMES OF PERSONS WHO TOOK THE OATH OF ALLE. 
GIANCE TO THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA IN BART 
TOWNSHIP, 1777-78. 

The afteraamed persons have taken the Oath before me. 

John Creaig. [seal.] 



William Porter. 

ireorge Camaghan. 

James Camaghan. 

Robert Hunter. 
Henry Folse. 

Joseph McMullan. 

Abraham Henry. 
Charles Stewart. 

John Moore. 

Patrick Connly. 

John Henry. 

Robert Ridick. 

George Feverock. 

Thomas Reed. 

Robert Cnabl. 

John Sweny. 
James Scott. 
Hugh Ramsey. 
Henry Winger. 
James Tarbett. 



July 1,1777. 

Michael Hubley. Esq. 

August 8. 

August 15. 

August 22, 
August 2S. 

August 25. 

Augtist 28. 
August Bl. 

September 2. 

SepUmbtr 4. 

October 2D. 

October 30. 

Novcmhei' 1. 

November 6. 

November 12. 

George Alexander. 

November 15. 

November 25. 

Decevibtr 13. 

March 27, 1778. 

April 13. 






4e 

JoM »«>.«*»■ 

.TohnBrt»»»- 

Thorn" »'""■ 
JoWKl""'- 

Henry Fit*'- 

BftltWt GeU- 
jKobF.J.f- 



J1..S »■ 
June 8- 
June W- 
June 19- 
June 11- 
June 18- 
June W. 
June » 
j^ovnAer 8. 
pecem'ier 1- 

Bob «• 
Mo9«8- 

relet Dl»»'- 
HentJ»'»'- 

ouri.wv» »"*" 



AND MILITIA OF THE BEVOLUTIOJ 




June 1. 


Usrtin MiiyeT. 


Peter Stepbey. 


Adam Hesner. 


Joseph Hunter, Jr. 


Frederick Stephy. 


WilliB Davia. 




Junta. 


John George Powder. 


Patrick McLaughlin. 




JuM 9. 


Henry Kem. 


Jacob Werns. 




June 10. 


HD{[b Harbeson. 


Henry Miller. 


John Wright. 






JuTte 13. 


John Derfenderfer. 


CbrJstian Bruner. 


Pet«r Baker. 






June 16. 


Jonathan Erwin. 






June 17. 








June 2tt. 


John Bowman. 


Joseph Moyst. 


Martin Bowman, Jr. 






June 22. 


Michael Messner. 


ZacheuB PersoL 


John Measner. 






June 23. 


Isaac Jenkins. 


Andrew Kolb. 




June 24. 


Michael Prankhouser. 


John Funk. 


Jotm Funk, Sen. 


Michael Funk. 




June 25. 


Uordecai McCauly. 






June 26. 


William McOonnel. 






June 27. 


John Moyst. 






June 20. 


John Lemon. 






JuJyi. 


Martin Fry. 






July 9. 


William Lardner. 






July 11. 


George Matter. 


Philip Rinemode. 


Henry Shultz. 


Jolin Hinkle. 



issociitso 



BArtiWO« 



Be*""*"""""' 



Joaeph* 



peter 



Hoover. 



nugwB- 



JoMSMO"- 

joM n»«»°- 

3ol.i.C»«>°- 
■ Jo»il* «"«'"■ 
OottlleKf ■»«•"*■ 
Jacob oa..."""- 



J«l»»»- ,„, 



nenryBM"- 

JomHoo'"- 

j«/jusi a*- 



AXD MILITIA. OF THE BEYOLUTION. 



r»IAMES OF THOSE WHO TOOK THE OATH OF ALLE- 
GIANCE TO THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA IN UT- 
TLE BRITAIN TOWNSHIP, 1777. 

A true list of tlie names and slrnames of those who have toIud- 

^Au\}j taken and subscribed the oath or affirmation of All^ianca 

^nd Fidelity, as directed by an Act of General Assembly of Feno- 

^jlvania, passed the ISth day of June, 1777. until this dny before me. 

As witnesu my band and seal the 2Uth day of September, 177T. 

Joseph Miller, [l. e.] 

June 28, 17T7. 

Joseph Allison. 
Ajidrew Brisson. 
Jolm Nisbet. 
Francis Armstrong. 
John Atcliison. 
James Wulkiir. 



^7obn Allison. 
^Fatrick Ewing. 
—lames Hamsey. 
^Sobert Allison. 
.^Fohn Pattemni. 
_^}a?id McCombe. 
.^John Haven. 

^Thomas Whiteside, 8r. 
—Abraham Whiteside Ur. 
~Wi1liam Whiteside. 
-Abralium Whiteside, Jr. 
Walter fiuchanon. 
Gilbert Duel 1 anon. 
Joseph Fradar. 
Thomas Scott. 
Thomas McDowl. 
Tliom»H C;irmichaeL 
John Johnston. 
iSamuel Mitchell. 
William Gibson. 
Joseph McCrei-ay. 
——GiOTge Ewlng. 
Hoses Bainl. 
Alexander Duncan. 
John Duncan. 
William Kins- 
Bobert Johnston. 
James C':impbelL 
WilKam Johnston. 
James McSpnron. 
Wjlliam McDowell 
Bobert Gillespie. 



Julyi. 

Joseph Robison. 
Jolin Foak. 
Samuel Jamison. 
Samuel Neeper. 
David Killagli. 
Thomas Campbell. 
James Walker. 
Francis Henry. 
James Patterson. 
Stephen Hnnna. 
John Miller. 
Ilolwrt Alexander. 
Bobert ^[cClelau. 
Jamos llanna. 
Huftb McOotiky. 
Matthias Achlson. 
Bobert Ferguson. 
John Derry. 
Thomas Lindsay. 
Arthur Wulkup. 
Hufth P.itton. 
Stephen Herd. 
Charles ILirah. 
Hugh Glover. 
William Arbuckle. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Wmiam Balrd. 
James Hanna. 
Patrick McUaage. 
Jaint^ Patterson. 
I>avid liiitrd. 
WililHm McCeage. 
Alexander Scott. 
WiUiiim Brook. 
Samuel McCreery. 
Jobn Brook. 
Samuel Wbitt. 
John Scott. 
J^'.nes Calwdl. 
James McKinney. 
William Atchison. 
William Montgomery. 
James Reed. 
William Brown. 
James Uallocher. 
James Keeper. 
John Gibson. 
John Cunigham. 
David Alexander. 
John Warnock. 
James Reed. 
Thomas Scott. 
Michael Robison. 
William Sitencer. 
William Peak. 
William Gibson. 
John Reid. 

Andrew Work, Jr. 
James Cunningham. 
Jolin Itiirasay. 
William Ramsay. 
Aaron Moore. 

Becce Jones. 
James Anderson. 

Samuel Keagh, 

Matthew Atchinson. 

Joseph Walker. 



Samuel Scott. 

Robert Moore. 

John McClelan. 

Thomas Patterson. 

William Jenne. 

Dunit'l Carmlchael. 

William Pfaunel. 

Robert Campble. 

John Pfanuel. 

James Black. 

Andrew Reed. 

George Erwin. 
^tiamuul Ewlng. 
^ Samuel Killogh. 

James Jamison. 

Robert McKee. 

James Stewart. 

Andrew Rogan. 

Tliomas McDowel. 

George Heckard. 

Samuel McKinney. 

James McDowl. 

James Breading. 

Thomas Porter. 

David B reding. 

Robert MaxwelL 

William Patterson. 

Andrew Carter. 

Jolin Long. 

Samuel Marchent. 

-William Marchent. 
JuFif 28. 

Joseph Walker. 

Andrew Walker. 

Patrick Slowan. 

Natlian Coulter. 

Arthur McQueid. 



Scpfmtber S. 

Ilugli Paris, (Kewcaatla.) 
ScpCembfr 22. 



AND MILITIA OF TUB REVOLUTION. 



463 



NAMES OF PERSONS WHO TOOK THE OATH OF AL- 
LEGIANCE TO THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA IN 
DRUMORE TOWNSHIP, 1777-78. 



A List of the Names and Sirnames of all the white male in- 
habitants that liave taken the Oath or Affirmation of Allegiance 
and Fidelity, as directed by an Act of the General Assembly of the 
State of Pennsylvania, dated the 13th day of June, 1777. Since the 
first day of October, in tlie Same Year, until tlie first day of Oc- 
tober, 1778, wlio have sworn and affirmed before me, the subscriber, 
one of the Justices in and for the County of Lancaster. 

October 3, 1777. 
Robert McCombs, Jr. 



Cornelius Garnston. 
Robert Patterson. 

Robert Steen. 

James Ceage. 
Isaac Grist. 
John Gordon. 
Gist Vaughon. 
Hugh Beed. 
James Gilcrest. 
Samuel Kirkpatrick. 
Tliomas Leeky. 
James Knox, Jr. 
Thomas Leacy. 
Arthur Montgomery. 
Himh Peden. 



October 7. 

James Buchanan. 

October 14. 

William Davis. 

October 15. 

October 23. 

October 2o. 

October 26. 

November 9. 

Ivoreniber 19. 

Noiieniber 25. 

November 28. 

December 8. 

Dcrenibir 25. 

January 17, 1778. 

January 30. 



464 

I'eter Foland, 
Samuel Btrean. 
Jan as Miles. 

William Walker. 
Joliii Craig. 

Thomas Miles. 

John Reed. 

Joliii Ilamiltoti. 

Patrick Kelly. 

Willi Bin Long. 

PlilUlt Stroud. 

James Moore. 

John MorrlBoii. 

William K"lili. 



Siimuel Morrison. 
John Neii»er. 
Adiini Moore. 
William McAlarney. 
Hugh Ilolliday. 
Andrew Porterfield. 
William Dowulug- 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

F€bnuiry 2. 

Ftbruarn 2T. 

March 26. 



March 27 , 

David McCulloh. 



Apnl 13. 

Jolin Caraon. 
Jliai/ 0. 

Mas II. 

Jfay 20. 

Ma;/ 2S. 

May 25. 

Maij^. 

Maij^a. 

James I'arry. 
Mauaa. 

Andrew Cnmmlngs. 

James Malialam. 

Junt 13. 

Thomas McConel. 

June 23. 
Jane 20. 
July le. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



465 



Richard Pollock. 
Ilobert Towfish^y. 
Kicliard Hart. 
William McLaughlin. 
Charles Heron. 
Jaaies Johnson. 
Hugh Bigham. 
John Portet. 
Matthew Reed. 



July 18. 

July2\, 

Jufy 23. 

July 25. 

August 10. 

Au(ju.'<t IL 

August 12. 

August 14. 

August 22. 

Angu>t 24. 

Thomas Grubh. 



Baniahas A lion. 

Francis DeviloiiKhen. 

The foregoiiijr is a true list of all such as hfive taken the Oath or 

AtKrmation befoie described. Given under my hand and seal, this 

29th day of September, 1778. 

Moses Inwix. [seal.] 



NAMES OF PERSONS WFIO TOOK THE OATH OF AL- 
LE(;iANCE TO THE STATE OF PENNSVLVANLA IN 
COCALICO TOWNSHIP, 1777-78. 



El'lliiATA, Xorenihcr .Ul, 177S. 
Lancaster County, .«.s.' 

I, the subscriber, one of the justices of tlie i»eace for tlie count) 

of Lancaster, do here])y certify that the follow injr is a tine list of 

the nani( s i\v.i\ sirnames of such jx-rsnns who have taken an<l sub- 

scriU'd the Oath or Atrirmation of Allegiance and Fidelity before 

me as <lirected by an act of Genend Asseinhly of IVnnsylvania. 

Frederick Zimmerman. Peter Rein. 

Christian Good. Michael Kepfenrist. 

Ludwijr Shaffuer. Christian Lutz. 

Matthew Moller. Jacob Sholbnaier. 

Cas|>er Lutz. Peter (Jeistweit. 

Philip Bridenstein. John Harnish. 

30-VOL. XIIL 



466 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



.lohn neclitoli). 
Join) lliimilluii. 
Fliilip Ulli. 
John Il( nipy. 
Yost Iteitel. 
(•eorge llolford. 
■iHCob iliitzi'lKiclicr. 
John I^iiKliu. 
I^niDivil Kline. 
Thoiiiiis Kcrii. 
Jolin FHzn. 
Micliiirl Ih)iT. 
Jolin Itoi'liiinl. 
Micliaei Jiini;. 
Peter Ulvicli. 
C1iristo|i]ier Mttttliius. 
AdHin Weiitle. 
Valentine Wolf. 
Abiiini Wcilf. 

John IIl'isl;ilirl. 

Williiiiii \V;ilker. 
Martin L>ticl3. 
Ca9[ier ltii!'M;iit. 
John Mioliael Aniwe;;. 
Joseph lifiir. 
Jnlm Suhlott. 
Micliael IVtz. 
Mlchiiel Zimmerman. 
Peter Zimmciman. 
Adiim Weitzel. 
John Grill. 
John Lntz. 
Philip Li.t^. 
liConanl Kpller. 
Jiicliohis Le.sher. 
John Wetzel. 
.Iiicoh li..nr. 
Jacob Sniiler. 
OhriHtian Klsonman. 
Jacob Aoiwe);. 
Henry liuiiiholt. 
Peter Yi-Mser. 
Williiiin Siiidei-. 
Cnnnid Snider. 
Matthiiis .\chenbach. 
MutUiUs Iloldbii. 



Diillzer IIoRman. 
Ilenrjr Wultun. 
John Kinitz. 
CHB|>er llassler. 
Philip Jxcob Shenkle. 
Martin Kissinger. 
Ludwig F rid ley. 
Utjorge Meckley. 
George Kiiutz. 
Jeremiuli Miller. 
Williiun SiBenthaler. 
Henry Ilibshmau. 
Yost Miller. 
Jolin TIreniier. 
Peter .Sclinider. 
Henry I.eid. 
Jacoh I>>ld. 
Sainnel Harnist. 
(iciirge Srieider. 
JaL-c.b Walter. 
Jarcili Killian. 
William Millit.Rer. 
Wilii^iin StoMl«r. 
Piiilip Hoffniaii. 
George lliimer. 
Michael Katziiimyer. 
J.mlivig Kat»'tmiy«r. 
■lacob Linne. 
Michael Wlnholt. 
Jacob Gorgas. 
Christian Andreas. 
Wendle Welnhold. 
Ileiirjr Mohler. 
John Beth offer. 
Isaac Beti'oFfer. 
Itndolph Miller. 
Jacob Smitli. 
(ieorge lloth, 
GeorjtP Long. 
John Newman. 
John Franlz. 
Chi'iRtian Olierlin. 
John Miller. 
George Neliroan. 
Henry Miller. 
Mathias Albert. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



PhHip KiBsltiger. 
Henry Ke inlmlt, 
II«niy KHuffiuan. 
LeonsTt Gctz. 
RJcliHi'd Adiims. 
Frederick Gerner. 
Julin Uhuub. 
Diivid Bfrhiger. 
Juliii J^slier. 
Henry Weit, 
George Slebiich. 
Rik1oI|iIi Bvar, 
MirhHel Miller. 
George (Jetz. 
Jiiliii Gerhard. 
Henry Biirkliolder. 
Juliii Becker. 
Jaciib kindlier. 
Abriini IlHssler. 
I'eter Brhickley. 
GeorRe Alsb:iugli, 
Cliri»tii<ii Streigei. 
Coiniid Mertk. 
Henry IJiiickley. 
Niimn^l Rei»el. 
Jiicob Weinman. 
I'eter f^Hfth. 
Mm tin Eiclioltz. 
John farsoti. 
Tb()ni;i3 Ciitlinghati. 
Uoinviil Englo. 
JhcoIi Gfinberling. 
jHCob Felsteiiauer. 
Michael Bpi-eigel. 
Jofleph Spreigel. 
Joiiii Frehneier. 
Henry Freiraeier. 
Feter f*aiitur. 
Jacob Watilz. 
Henry Smith. 
Cnrirad Itothhor. 
John ChriBtiaii Smith. 
Jo! in Biicher. 
John Miirtin. 
EdWMrd Briie. 
Ueury Wolfkiel. 



Henry Valentine^ 
George Itimel. 
Ulirlstian Weyland. 
AdiimOberlin. 
God tried tberhard. 
Peter Miller. 
WilHam Brinckle. 
John Kline. 
Phililt Wolfkinl. 
Jacob S|iregel. 
Adam Friintz. 
Peter Zehler. 
Clu'istian Harting. 
I^rfDtz Lndwig. 
Mathias Walling. 
N id Kilns Rliercer. 
Midiael Wolf. 
Valentine Brookman. 
Peter Weia. 
Andreas Elirman. 
Mldiael Elartiiis. 
Jacob Olierlin. 
George Weber. 
Kicliard Latiger. 
Henry Sohn. 
George Weber, Jr. 
Michael Hurting. 
Ohristmn Hatting. 
Adam Hacker. 
Henry »1ebach. 
Joseph Simons. 
Isaac Adams. 
Philip Uiindle. 
Leonai-d Spritzweagl 
Meldiior Bninn. 
Gtcrge Eioheiberger 
William Fany. 
jHcoh Fraiidkur. 
Peter FnLnkhaiiser. 
Frantz Brnmbach. 
Adam Hivihii. 
Ohrlatian Showalt. 
Michael Wither. 
Pliilip Fasnacht. 
Peter Smith. 
Frederick Fernsler. 



40K 



ASSOCIATED UATTALIOXS 



NicliolasSiii(li>r, 

Henry lliiilniiin. 
JacAth Swinart. 
.lolin MllliiiKpr. 
Jiu-i>l> .Iiii'olm. 
Micliiicl Kiu'iiwl,.. 
('lirlHtiiiu i^wiirt'/.wcUior. 
(.'Iirisliiiii Wf'jiliiiiin. 

(i(4ir]I<' []lH>. 

Aliniltaiii Limilis. 
Jiihii ltii!uili-r. 
(iiiiriji' lii'lilz. 
i'lirisljiiti (iiiinrich. 
.1m'i>l> Alter. 

Jill-Ob LllXM-. 

.lill'oli Stiiihi^. 
Sli>pli.-ii KoU'TnItT. 
Kvf<I.Tii'kSI»H-Ii'.. 
H.inv \Ux\u-r. 
Clirisliiin lii.liirlHT. 
I'liili]! ArtK. 
IVt.T MilU'r. 
Kn>.l<>n<'k Kiiiiil. 
.)m-i>l> Hi'lltH-. 
.lii.-..li U-,-ym;iu. 
L;iwitnin- IliMist'lioUler. 
Mii'liiiH OlxTliii. 
. li.ihn.-l l.:ui»t. 
Athim MusM-r. 
riirisii^iLi Wiirsi'liiuidt. 
Il.'urv l-:;!lu>ll/.. 
ll.iirv l.inisi-h. 
.I;ii'i>l< llisli.'r. 
.I:ii'nl< Anises. 
Saiiiu.'l lirair. 
Aii.lr.as llilliT. 
.Toll!, ilill.-v. 

(i>...ri;'' M.-l/- 
Shirliii M..|,1,T. 
iViiM.l Mill.T. 
J;u-..l. Kim.l.'r. 
liivt-11 iiiiiU'r my hand ami s>' 



Jacob Valentine, 
John Wfber. 
TlioiiiaH nuliiic.°. 
Jai;"b Siiierer, 
Michael iMng. 
Peter Sliaiilz. 
lVterM'ielan<l. 
C'hriailiin Stieetzer. 
Alirain llollaiiil. 
Fraiitz Kuliii. 
Miciiael Fmntz. 
Jtiliu Alter. 
Jacob Fraiilz. 
(jeorRe Fraini. 
Coiirail Upritz, 
(iiwfie I'liilip Dentz. 
Jacob Ivniilis. 
I'eter Wevtilaiiil. 
Malliiiis i'iitiier. 
1:111 l>liilii>. 



' lleil. 



lOff. 



Ji>1 
Heiin 

IVt.T 

I)avi.l.l..i 
Adatn Cri^t. 
.lamb It.'laiKl. 
Henry llarsIibarKer. 
Kriisl Miller. 
('liris(iiiii Miller. 
H.-i.rv Siorier. 
Jaeol. N.'it/i-lillzer. 
Ui-Un .Martin. 
John TialiiiKer. 
DaiiL.-l Weitinai). 
Jolin Weil man. 
(i.-.'rp- Writ man. 
SloiOiel Tral.insier. 
CasiK'r TnibinmT, 
Fr..Uii.'k A.iain. 
I-.viiav.l Miller. 
William Ui-es, 
Iiei-b;.rt ll.«.ver. 
Ja.-.>1. Iliekel. 



• <.U\ 



ii.l y 



Au.VM Nkk;', J. 1', JsKAi. 



AND MILITIA OF TUE REVOLUTION. 



460 



NAMES OF PERSONS WHO TOOK THE OATH OF AL- 
LEGLANCE TO THE STATE OF PEiNNSYLVANIA IN 
DONEGAL TOWNSHIP, 1777-78. 



Robert McKay. 
William Kelly. 
Robert Craig. 
John Fauiice. 

James Anderson. 
William Willson. 

John Ilaller. 
Abraham Furry. 

Simon Eberly. 

Ullery Danner. 
Jacob Shi re man. 
Captain Abraham Scott. 

William Scott. 
John Allenian. 



AVilliam McGurj;:. 
Hugh McCrotclien. 
Thomas Fry. 
Thomas Henderson. 

Colonel Alexander Lowrey 
James Anderson, Jr. 
AVilham Tate. 

Frederick Kelly. 
IIoii. Jolm B;iyley. 
Major .lacoh ('(w>k, Ksq. 
Ensiixn Walter IWW. 
UoImmI Balance. 
David Boyd. 



July I, 1777. 

Thomas Ilasson. 
Peter Dille. 
Rodger McTeilly. 

July 2. 

James Fulton. 
Frederick Hoffman. 

July 5. 

July 8. 

July 10. 

Jacob Dundore. 

July 11. 

Captain Thomas Robinson. 
John Younjj. 

July 12. 

James Moorhead. 
William Miller. 

July 120. 

Lieutenant James (-unningham. 
Robert Cuiuiinpham. 
Alexander McClure. 

Juhf 26. 

Hfctor McLain. 
Joseph Jones. 

July .SO. 

John Ross. 
RoV)ert Cornell. 
Christian Hare. 
William Hunter. 
Joseph Wolf, Jr. 
James Gibbons. 



470 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Edward Lynch. 
John Cruikshanks. 
John Garner. 
Robert Curwin. 
John Cann. 
Matthew Swan. 
Thomas Anderson. 
David Cook, Jr . 
Matthew Riddle. 



Jolm Gaiter. 
Frederick Slip. 
Matthew Grimes. 
Benjamin Walker. 
Leonard Petei-s. 
Frederick Gibough. 
Captain Joseph Work. 
Captain Andrew Boggs. 
Captain Hugh Pedau. 
Captain Abraham Scott. 
William Montgomery. 
Ensign James Willson. 
Samuel McClung. 



Thomas Phillips. 

Colonel Bartram Galbraith. 

David Cook, Sr. 

Richard Kerp. 

Second Lieutenant James Cook. James Alexander. 

Robert Curry. 

Awjust 2. 

Ezekiel Norris. 
Jacob Snider. 
Pliilip Snider. 

Awjust 4. 

AwjtJLst 5. 

Awjiisi 12. 

August 15. 

August 17. 

Barnabas Han ley. 

August 19. 

Abraham Stofer. 

Awjust 27. 

William Patterson. 

Se)jteinhcr 3. 

Septemher 15. 

Ortohcr 7. 

October 8. 

Henry Smith. 



Samuel Cook. 
John Middleton. 
James Mackey. 

• 

Stephen Rutledge. 
Henry Farr. 
William Coniiell. 
James Jacks, Esq. 

George Jamison. 
James Karr. 

George Vance. 

P(»ter Cliarleton. 
David Hays. 
George Cruikshanks. 

Henry Home. 



,SD MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 

0,(o'j<r 13. 
)n'ii. Joseph Felloiier. 

Mil I'll II Gerliart. 
ir. Samuel Lockitrd. 

(ktoher 14. 
Liteniiiit Zacliariiili Mooi'<\ 

OetolKT 23. 
rson. .loliii Bell. 

October t't. 



lia 



Noi'ember I. 



X--rui,bcr 10. 

EliocIi Ilaatiiig. 
Not-ember 16. 

Ciii>tiii>i .loliii Milter. 
Kovembfr 17. 

Uaiiiel Kreliart, 

y..rci>,b''r Ifi. 

MiL-hrtfl UfVT. 
IVLiT GriMulovei-, 

t>frfii(i(r IG. 

Sninuel Smitl). 
AbniliaDi Itenm. 
Georgn Bower. 
I'liilil) IJreiiner. 
Neiil Welch. 
Edward Waterson. 
lIiiRh Ciildwtll. 
llii;;!) Gridiam. 
Robert Ellia. 

'imk. Wiimupi Rohiiison. 
(,'iikb .loliiiaoii. 
Diivid Ilurdy. 
l'hili{i BrHirmrd. 
Bitrnabas Savuge. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Simon Ciinu-nm. 
John Ciitiifmii. 
Samuel TU(I1|]|iimiii. 
TliumiiM IVili'y, 
JumesScmpU-. 
Jacob Ititclilcr. 
Jacob Slcycra. 
Geow^ II'iuMloii. 
Murtiti I'nug. 
Jacob Sliiili. 
Ad mi I MiilsclK'rfi^er. 
JiicubTschuily. 
Henry Ildt. 
Jolin Fliiry. 
David Flory, 
Mtirtiii Yixlor. 
Xiitbiiiiid MotitffoiiK 
John nuiii);ititlii«.-i-. 
(Jotif ill Spill r. 

llidllinl JnllllSnll. 

Tlionma Wil.y. 
John Ml' Kill I 



y- 



June 1,1778. 

William Muaser. 

Abnitiiuii JIoliiiuii. 

James I'ercy. 

Nichiibis (inilim. 

NichiilaH I'cck. 

Samuel Wilson. 

Malcolm l*arti'iil(^. 

IlnKhCniininBliam. 

Jacob T.iudiU^y. 

JaiiiPB Cooit, Jr. 

Alexander Milciiell. 

Ambmst! Nt^wshani. 

Alt>xiiud<'r HiiBits. 

'William Mara. 

Joliii Demsey. 

JiiiiifH Ciiaiiilwra, 

Nicin.liis Iliifiliea. 

Kiiist Wjllielm llclmeuick. 

Ji'liri Ib'itier. 

Hi-nry Mi-IJram. 

I'.'iliiTi (■ooit. 

Jolni Dilter. 



DONK. 



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I.ANCASTKI! {-■(lUNTV, s 

I dii lii'i'i'liy ci'ilif'y llial tlic jiersoiis wliose names are above wril- 
t<Mi liuv.' taki'n !in<l siiliscril-ed tlie o:itli or allirination of allegiance 
lii'l'oie ni>' as ilin'i'ted by an act of Ax.scmbly of ttiis State. Given 
under uiy Itauil and seal tlie day and year alM)ve written, 

JAME.S liAYLliV, J. P. [SKAL.] 



AND MILITIA OF THE IIEVOLUTIOX. 473 



MARCIIII^G ORDERS, 1777/ 1778, 1779. 



PRESIDENT WHARTON TO COL. GALBRAITII. 



PllILADELPIItA, A)yril 25""^ 1777, 

Sir : Agreeable to the enclosed resolve of Congress, and with the 
Advice of tlie Board of War, I have determined that the Counties 
of Pliihidelphia, Rucks, Cumberland, Berks, and Northampton, 
send their Proi)ortion of Mililia to Bristol, to form a Camp at or 
near that Borough The Counties of Cliester, Lancaster, and 
York, to form a Camp at or near Chester. 

Your County is to furnish six hnndred Men, to marcli immediately 
to Cliester with as many arms and accoutrements as can be had in 
the County, if tlie first Chissdoes not amount to that number, the 
second Class also are to march. 

You are to procure by purchase or otherwise a Blanket for each 
Man (which is to remain the property of the State,) money will be 
sent 3'on for this puriwse. If they cannot be procured by purchase 
they must be impressed by their value paid, this is to be done in a 
way that will give the least offence. 

You are to exert yourself to the utmost to Comply with this 
Order with all possible expedition, as the Enemy are preparing to 
make an immediate attack on this Slate. 

1 have the honor to be, with great respect. Your most Obedient, 
humble Servant, 

TIIO. WHARTON,. In, PvCK 

To BAUTUEMGALniIAITII.Ks(^, 

LituUitiDit of tki Con lit'/ of Lancaster, 



COL. GALBRAITII TO COL. ItOGERS. 



^fa!/ C\ 1777, 
Sir : Annexed hereunder yon havet]>e President's re(]iiisition for 
Six Ilundit'd men from tliis County, the Irre^nilar order tliat re- 
turns h.iv<' b«en made in. Prevents me from eallinir on you for your 
exact (^uoto of men. I desire that as soon as your Companies which 



474 ASSOCIATED IJATTALIONS 

form your Itattalion liave drawn tlieir rank, tliat you furnisli one 
full Comiiaiiy iigreeiiblu to tlie MilUiii Act, on the Presiileiifs r**- 
qiiisilioii without ileliiy. Nesse^iiics that are wanting, you see wi)' 
' bo auswercd. 

In haste I urn your Humble Sen", 

IIARTHEM GALBBAITII. 
7b ihc Co',oad of the Hanover IlfUtalioi,. 



COL. JOSHUA ELDER TO COL. BOGERS. 

Paxtano, ;/" Jlfu'/, 1777. 
Dear Snt: Yours I rec" last NiKlit but cannot possibly comply 
Willi your Ucqui'st. us we have tiio much Divisions in this Deiiart- 
tncut, tlie Tive SulMlivisions laid ofT iu Paxton met toleiiibly well 
ex(^e])t tlw. Uernians, wlio.eecm cliii'lly all to stand aloof, three of 
tint Ctimiuttiies cluisi! their ollicers very well, and the other two ne- 
ftli-cted. ThiTowas nodlMputes about pay, but one of Iheni seemed 
nil di'sirouM <if Ix'iiis oHict-rn, and tlie otlipr all Privates; dccliiiing 
any commisslouM that were ofFeivd. I liave promised my uttend- 
nuce iu one i>C thi-si:' Comiaiiies to-Morrow ; as to the Dispute about 
pay, I tliiuk if they wouKI have the leiist Couaideratiiw, might bo 
Boou renioveil, it minlit answer well enough to draw but a few men 
when thei-e was no compulsion nor I^w to put every Man on an 
cipiiil H.LllancLi ill exix'use of tlio War, hut as tlie Law is regulated 
at present, exfept tlie whole State In general, or at least the whole 
Battalion would condescend to tlait Plan, it would be iu vain for 
oue Company lo pri'tend to it, cxcfpt they would think tliemselves 
wiser l:iw-n)aUi'r3 tlain the C'liotec of the State, because each Com- 
pany or I>raui;lit i.s inado out of llie wliole Battulion, and If they 
should deviate from the Laws ot tlie State, they would Ite :t Deri- 
sion to all till! rest. Von can Inform them that if they don't choose 
for thi'uisi'lviH, the Lieutenants will Iw under the Xecesaity of 
ehoosing for thcui. And you tvill \k good enough to consider aud 
iul'orui yourself what Men will be most likely to suit, if that should 
l» the (' isi', tliat you ean reconimeud them to us. 1 had a letter 
from Col. Kalbraith last Nialit Desu-iug I would give yon Word to 
brin«[lu'IC<-p.<rt<'f yoiii natlaIion.Ciim|)anfP3,Bank,and Draughts 
to hiui at Lancaster next Wi'duesday, and draw for Rank with the 
otlier Coloaela. 

In liaate I am your II'liI,' S<;rvant, 

JOSHUA ELDER. 
Cm.. .loiiN- i:<KJF.US. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 475 



COL. GALBUAITIl TO COU ROGERS. 



Lancasteh, Maf/ 15^y 1777. 
Sir: In consequence of your late Orders from me to hold the Hist 
Class of each Company in your Battalion in Readiness, with arms 
and proixfdy Equipt with every other Necessary for your Immediate 
March to Chester on the Delaware, I Desire that such who fall 
into that Draught, and Conscienciously scruple the l»eHring of Arms, 
may be re|)orted to me by you, or your Order Immediately, that I 
may And Substitutes in their Room and Stead, and at the same Time 
make to me a list of such who may be willing to serve as Substitutes 
within your Bounds. Which orders, youMl on all Occasions of the 
like kind, observe. 

I have the Honor, Sir, to be your Humble Servant, 

BARTREM (JALURAITH, 
Col. Ccnnmamlant. 
2}) CoT^. John Rogers, o/" the Sixth Baliahon of LuncasUr County 
Militia, 



COL. JOSHUA ELDER TO COL. ROGERS. 



Paxtano, May SO"", 1777. 
Sir: I have just now got Orders from Col. Galbraith to desire 
you, by the lirst Opportunity, to hold the first Class in your Bat- 
talion under Marchiiij^ OhUms, ready for fnrtiier Orders, he was 
this Day to s<^t out for PhihuV, and will *:ive you further Particu- 
lars on his Return. 

I am your Humble Servant, 

Col. Joiix RcGEUs. JOSHUA ELDER. 



gOL. GALBRAITH TO COL. JOSHUA ELDER. 



LaxcA.STER, Junr the IS^\ 1777. 

SiTw : Since my last to the dilTerent Colonels (which by this Time 

I exiH'ct you're made acquainted with) on my way to Lancaster 

met with an Express from the Prcsideiit ordering: tlu* March of the 

Hec(»n(l Class, & to hold the 3* in Readiness, of which. By this my 

order, I hope you'll Notice yon^r Brother as well as Col. Rojrers's 

l^attalion on that head, that - Classes ijust Immediately March & 

the 3* held in Readiness. 

In haste I'm y" &c, 

CoL. Joshua Eldeu. B. GALBRAITH. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



COL. JOSHUA ELDRU TO COL. ItOGKItS. 

P.VXTANO, 20"- Jhhc, 1777. 

Siii: Tliiuiliove iaaCopy of tt Letter fi-oiii CoLGdlbnilUi, wliicb 
I rec' liili- list NiRlit, by wliicli you nee lln're'si tlie greutcac Xwea- 
Hity fur iiiiiiit(ji»wt Kxi-rtioiia. I rec'averlml Mi-ss!>i;« from Major 
Brown of y It.ittHlioii to iittuiid an Apiieal to \>v lielil itt Iluiiover 
iii-xt ^[oiiduy, I. would be ^'t;ul to 1)1! iiiforiiii'diit wliut Time I should 
fttteiid, •«■ if you art to biivo IIjo Lieutt-iiiuit, or unotliiT Siib-Lk-u- 
toiiiiiit & Miigistrate or by tin; Li(niteimtit's oidi-i-a ua wo must En- 
dpitvonr to witlk in iia flti'!iit;ht a lAm'. as [lUBsible uikiii tlicse oucii- 
sioiiH, (ir if I toii'd \nt L'Xfii3t.'d, lis I s'udl liiive eiiuiit^h Id d» in tlita 
Biittidioii to |iro(!ur(< substitiit*^, tliuiv Im'Iii^ so iniiny ('uTinaiis nil 
of wlioiii rffiwe ffoiiiR. O tlnir Clay cold lieaiU, & Luke warm 
beartH. Sir, by all tliat's deiir & aacrtHl to tia, let mo cii treat you 
nut to s|iai-e tlie \caa\. pains to disiMleli your Classes. & if von fetl 
tlie I.c)s.s & Trouble of it now. I lio|)e you'll bud the Honor 3c Ih^iic- 
ntof iUifrrafter. 

I'm, Sir.y'li'blesiTVaiil, 

.lOSMUA Kl.DER. 

(.'()[., JoilN IJoOEUS. 



C.M.lill.VITII TO CDL. IIOCERS. 



DuKEOAl,, /«" Jltllt, I777. 
coMKequfuee of Orders from tbe President oC Ibe Execu- 
11 of tint l:i"' Ills'. i\n well as from Uitnerula Miilliii, Arni- 
'otler of tbe 14'" at n\g\A, rei|nesUng tlie Marcli of the 
d niviuK Hie iuforiNutiini of (ienerul How's Army raiiidty 
biothe-IerneyK. U'inifat KockeyrunoMib'dfrom Pritiee. 
.uilay last, 1K> order you, witit uti exiiedition to pet in 
i^ireeiibie to former onlers) tbe first CiasH (if yoiir Militia 
o t'lifster ou I le If ware, aud lunify tlio Second Class to 
s;'lv>-M iu readyne.w to Mareb lit a Moment's wuniina. 
ii;;iee with .'^ulHtitule.s in the nwm of tliose \vlio deny 
(iiDlwithstauiliiiauiy J'ulilicaliuu) at sueb rates as you 
Ihr iidvieeiif tUe nearest Siib-Llenlennnt wlio'a agree- 
I... ( ■oiilirmi.d by mr and iit llie same time tuhe Care tliat 
lies are taken out of the Seeoiid Class for the llrMt. The 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 477 

(>,-,y35(.nsof Pliihid'haveiiiiirle up all variances & ma lelietl Yeate:- 
diiy ^I*Jiuiii({ uniiiilmously in defcnceyf tlieir Country, In iiworil. 
^jr X ' '"l**^ you'l not Ittose h m»iuent't( tiuii; in duing Uie iieciHiiiy. 
Evfc? «">" * '''"K ^''^' ** provided for tlie men at Lane' or at tlie Camp, 
exct^t*^ Blankets. 

I'm ill tlie greatest liiiste, Sir, yonr Ilumlrie Serv', 

BAliTHEM GALBUAITII, Co2. 
To <_^<:>^- Joii^' RooEits. 



COL. GALBRAITII TO COL. TIOOERS. 

DosEOAL, ;?'J" June, 1777. 
F-ITS - Byaletter from tlic President in Coniicil of the L'j^" Ins', 
rec' tlii^; MorninR, Connlennanda the JIaroli .if the iir,--t Cl;iss of 
tlie M iliiiii, on tlio ictreat of (Imici-.l) IIdw','* 1i'oii]13 I'loni ^ininuiPi'- 
sft *fc Bi-iiiiHivii;k to AmiKiy & Stiitt'ii 1>\mA, yet at tlie S.inio time 
to l)i>lcl in readiness iit a mouont's waruing, tis no donlit tiny may 
\)e Krtoii Ciillvd, Slionid IIoiv lUtcmiit onr Cajies. I liavo wnite to 
llRi L"*i-i«idciit ifc cxiiect in a few days liis answer, when vou'll K- 
Cfivt' I'atticidar orders from me. CdntiiiiioSiidi .Siilwtilntesasare 
alr«-jnly [inivided for tlie protection of tlic civil Aiillioiily, Imt rc- 
ooiiii-ijfnd to tliC! MaiistriilPS In i.rncced only ti) colli-tting of tlie 
fiin-s for days of exercise, for a few days, mail the I'resiiienCs An- 
swft- <::iiiiii-H to liitnd. I haveseiit u fi,-«- Notices anion[jsl yon wliicli 
I <-x \ »* -ct you'll Observe. Wln'ii I waa in your Cotmiry mir jieoiili! 
l>i*<l s». brush with a numln;r of liotois in wliicli one uf <.m' immiiIo 
W.ii* li ill.Ml l.y the Stroiik of tlie C.i;illfr iif a Pl,inj;ii A tin. ,■ of tlio 
otlit-i-Mwmimicd.wliicli I liojie will Itf tlie uie;iiisof |iiitliiiy ;> S;ui>i> 
to otliur Insurrections of tlie liki' Uiiiil. 

Ill liaste, rest your Ilnmlilu SerV, 

DAUTUESI CALllRAlTir. lAcuUt'. 

Tt> CZOL. RODGERS. 



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SttrpriacM me no littk.to liml that uneasim-ss sli.mld Ipi> i.i'.a arris- 
inn amongst you, at the very time it oiiKlit not to snlisisl. 
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AND MILITIA OF THE llEVOLUTION. 479 



COL. GALBRAITII TO COL. ROGERS. 



Sunday Morning, 4 O'clock, 3"^ Ati^just, J 777. 

Sir: In Consequence of the President-s iilurming Int'^llipence to 
Uic rec** late lust niRlit,of tlietMiemy's nearapproHch to our Metropo- 
lis, dated the ^S^*^ & 3V' Ultimo, I order you by all the lies of Virtue, 
Honour & Love of your Country, as freemen, determined to de- 
fend & protect your enestimable & just Rights & Privileges, to 
inarch without Loss of time the First, Second & Third Chissof your 
Dattalion to Chester on Delaware, every man provided witii a Blan- 
ket, and Aim as many as within the Bounds of your to call for 
your People, agreeable to the President's letter of the 28^'\ You see 
that, that of the 31** call, for all such who value the freedom of their 
Country to turn out as Voulentiers, which I hope will be sufficient 
to Induce every good man without my further Arguments, & hope 
that the forwardness of your Battalion in this respect will crown 
them with honour in a future day. I have sent you coppies of the 
president's letters which will the better enable you to proceed in 
this Business, & to which I hoi^e you'll conform. Pnivide Waggons 
for your Baggage with whom I will Settle & Pay. I need not use 
further Arguments with you, as our Ilearvists are in ; now or never 
is the day that the Love of our Country will appear in us, &, rest, 
yours with best wishes for the most Generous Sentiments of your 
Battalion on this Action, &c, 

BARTREM GALBRAITII, Lieu'. 
<JOL. John Rogers. 

L'inc'(stir County. 

Any arms that may he wanting will be had at Chester. Such of 

t,he 2 or third Class that may b'j enii)loyed as Substitutes answer for 

themselves from this day. 

B. GALBRAITII. 



COL. GALBRAITII TO COL. ROGERS. 



Donegal, 9'" Auf/ust, J 777. 

•Srn : By M^ Willson & another young man 1 rec' yours dated 

this diiy, in regard to an Election of one of your Companies; true 

the mode on which tliey have proceeded in their task is unpreci- 

den tecl, but yet at the same time it is out of my power to Publish 

^notlier Election for them, but it is yours; as you have not as yet 

ft»acl^ sx |;;eneral return to me of your Battalion, it is in your Power 

'0ac5c?c3mfxjrtte small differences of that kind before you make such 



4S0 ASSOCIATED liATTALIONS 

it'tiirii to inc. The iibove is wImL I wmili! locomond to yon in tin: 
]>ri'Si-iiL iiiiillcr immetliutcly, for hIiouIiI I notice tlicm on sucli ii'.i 
occiiliiiti, I niiglit <lo iiotliiiiR else tlii'ougli llie coniily. 

You Diiuht to give tlic nlKeers of oiicli Drniight ;ia tlicy iniircli 
tlieir onlt'i-s, until tlieymei't llieir Comiuiiiidiiig Offlci-r: to <iniw 
I'litioiis from the ComniiMsiirys of the Continent until tliey urive :ii 
cMn\i &(!% tiike eveiy meuntt tu i>Ieitsu yoitr in'ople, tliiit ynu c:i:) 
conxistant ^vith the Law. 

BAUTItEil GALBRAITII, Lkut. 



COL. (iALlJUAETII TO COL. KOdEltS, 

JJUNKCAI., ..luywt /{''". 1777. 

Sii! : Il'iving tlic opiiortn.iit.v of SV. Hitrnrt iiui to l-t you ktiow 
that yon onijlit t.xlesin' your ih>.ii.U- to proviilc their own rmi.Mis 
niitll they arrive to Lanciistrr. n.s the i>iilili<'k Ilonsrs ait' enlirely 
rnn out. of Provisions & tiiey nro not lo l»; hail for money, sii Ilia: 
tite iieo|i!i' who niarcli will U' ilisiipoiniiil nnleas" they [irovule tbenu 
selves ; ifs a matter that will lieeasiely ilon iir their Ifasirase Wa^- 
Rona to eome along. J>iv tiiiM von'I take jiai-ticnlar c;ire of. 
1 lest yonririile.SfiV, 

BAIITUEM CALUItAITII, 
LUuL L. VmmOj. 

To C<ll,. KoDOKIlS. 



cor.. .i()?;nuA kldkh to ror,. itoc^its. 

I'axtAko, ':f Aiiyixt. 1777. 
• Sin : I (his Moment liy Kxpres-s from Col. (ialhrailh at I^^niRasIev, 
have Inl.'lliuene.* that the LiieniicH J'leet have come far iif Ches;i- 
IN'ek-Hay, ..^ ale hmilin^' (heir TinopH alKiv<- li.ihimove tie orilcnt 
me to li;ivellic' Miliiiain lov Distri.'t in Iteadiness to M.neh in :i 
Monifiifs Waniiii- witli smli .Unis aseaii U> t.r,.enie(l, those who 
iiave no Amis nmst niaieh without them A will U: .sn|>plUil at Lan. 
ea.s|<T. Ill- .I.H-s not inciilion »iiy [laitienlar Ximilier of Classes hnt 
Ncenis 1o [ill innite tlie wliol.. „t tlie Milil ia. X.iw ma yonr IVittalion 
lias iilw:ivs (leeii im.lcistoo<l t.i W in that Di.strict I ex|>p.'t yon'li 
l-av ii;iil i.-uhir altenlhin to Hie al.nv.- oiileis & have your Hatliili.m 
duly Nutiti' d <!^ iu llie utmost Ik-udincM) uiilU furtlier ordvrs— Il« 




AND MILITIA OF THE RE VOLUTION. 481 

'. Atlee likewise Inform me tliat it is the orders of the Board 
XTar to have tlie I risoners removed from Lancaster to Reading 
non. You'll tlierefore liave all the Hessian Prisoners (& 
rs if any) in y' Battalion Collected as soon as may be «& sent to 
non under a proper Guard where Mess". Ort, C. Grub & Thom 
I. Ileceive them & take Charge of them, you'll take Care to keep 
Ist of the Prisoners & let tlie officer of the Guard take these Gen- 
's Rec' for them & how many when Delivered & forward the 
t to me. I imagin the Prisoners, if any in your Bounds, are 
^efly among the Menonists, which will require you to be very 
ticular in Collecting them as no Doubt many of them will En- 
vour to Conceal tliem if (jossible. 

I am Sir with tlie utmost Regard, 

Y' very Humble Servant, 

JOSHUA ELDER. 
L. John Booers. 



COL. GREEN TO COL. ROGERS. 



Hanover, Sep' S*^ 1777, 

Sir: I have an Express from Coin. Galbreath Desiering me to 
Inform you tlmt with all Si>eed you must Provide 50 or 00 Blankets 
for your Militia for they are in great need. 

Sir, I am your Hum' ServS 

T'Y. GREEN. 
To CoLN. John Rogers. 



COL. GALBRAITH TO COL. ROGERS. 



Lancaster, October r\ J777, 

Sir: In concequence of the Precident's orders (in Council) this 
day to me directed, you are to order the fonrtli & tiftli Class's of 
your Battalion to mardi into Service Immediately— their Randis- 
vouse to be at Lancaster. 

BARTREM GALBRAITH, 
LieuK Lane'', ('ounty. 
To CoL». John Rodoers. 
81— Vol. XIII. 



482 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



COL. GALBRAITII TO COL. ROGERS. 



Donegal, p'* of Oc,i(>hn\ 1777. 

Sir ; Wlien I seen you last, forgot to let you know tlmt the Pre- 
cident requested me to procure a Troop of Liglit liorse if Posable, 
for whicli puriwse have called on each Colo, for four from his Batt"; 
tliey are to provide their own horses & and they must be Intf lliga- 
blo i)eople, young men of Creidit on whom we can depend for their 
Integrity— an answer to this I hope you'l soon be able to Give—it 
i3 to bi» lioi)ed that your i>eople will turn out generaly to the ensue- 
iiig Election, a ticket is to be settled to-morrow & opportunity did 
not serve to give you timily notice, but Iiope tliat those called into 
Service from your quarter may answer that end. By all means ex- 
cite your i)eople to turn out, as there may perhaps be something to 
fear from those who we know has hitherto been Inimical to our 
Cause. 

I am your Assured friend and Humble Serv^ 

BAUTREM GALBRAITH. 

X. B. A Court of Apeal will be soon held in your Batt" of whieh 
you'l get notice soon. 



COL. GALBRAITH TO COL. ROGERS. 



LanCASTEU, S$^^ 0(fy 1777. 

Sir : General Washington hath written to the Council in the Most 
pressing terms, for a more effectual Aid of men &arms than has 
hitlierto been afforded him ; expressing his great surprise to see 
the good peoi)le of tliis Common weal tli so backward to take the field 
in tlieir own defence. In concequence of which tlie Council has 
called on mc for the Sixth & Seventli Class of the Militia from thiSK 
County to March Immediately to Camp, equipi)ed each man with t^ 
Blanket & what Arms can posably l)e collected let them l>e]ong ti> 
whom tliey will. This you'l i)lease to take notice of & i>erform witb 
prudence & care agref^ahle to former orders given you by me. Pro- 
vided the above class's do not turn out as tliey ought, I'm also Au- 
thorized to call out the next two Succeeding Class's & Diarch them 
to Camp. 

I conld wish that you would recomend to your People to lay aside 
every little tho^ of offending their Neighbors by being Active in 
turning them out in their Class's; if they do not, the concequence 
is, that the burthen delinquents ought to bear, Must be heaped on 
our own Shoulders ; a glaring instance of this you liave-io the two 



^nu MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 488 

hist Class'a called for bere, which must be the Eighth & first. Let 
us theo follow the example of the Eastern Militia dc Serve How & 
his Armey, as they have Burgoyne &> Iiis under General Gates, which 
if we turn out is in our ix>wer jiositively, unless kind Providence 
has otherwise determined. Council also requests me to Invite nil 
who will turn out as volunteers, that their Services will be thank- 
fully i*ec** and recomiienced ; and that the Siinie time those who have 
heretofore omitted going in their resi)ective Class's, that will now 
turn out, their Services will be rec** as a full Comi)ensation for their 
former neglect. Here I leave you, with my sincere wishes that the 
Spiritsof your People may be so Animated on the late Success of our 
American Arms, (beyond everything to be looked for) that they 
will turn out to a Man, as called for, & wii>e away the Stigma now 
at our doors. 

I am with respect your Ilumblo Serv^ 

BARTREM GALBRAITII, 
Col. Rodoers. Lieu\ Lancaster Cofinty. 



OOL. ROBERT ELDER TO CX3L. ROGERS. 



Lancaster, sg"^ Ocf, 1777, 

Sir : I have sent home Ensign Ja" Wilson By order of Col. Gal- 
Viraith to bring up those Delinquents that is Deficient or Substi- 
'^utes in their room & Stead which you'l be kind enough to assist 
liim in. I am in haste just going to march. 

Yours &c., 

ROBERT ELDER. 
To Col. Jx**. Rodoeus. 

October y 30 1777 Rec' of Colo. Jolni Rogers tliirty seven Pounds in 
T^art of his substute mony for serving in the second class Rec'' p' 
Yne 



COL. GALBRAITII TO COL. ROGERS. 



W^ April ^1778, 

To Colonel Bodffers or the OmiinamVy officer nf the Sixth Battalion 
of the Lancaster County Mititia. 

Sir : You are liereby ordered to cause the first Class of your Bat- 
talion to apear at Midletown on Freiday nixt the 24*** Ins' without 
fail in order to releave Capt. McKee of the third Battalion who 



484 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

now haa the command of the Guard over the Hessian Pclaoners at 
thlsplucu; Ayourofflcei'tobelnstructed that be make Ilia returns 
regularly at least once a Month. 

I rest yours &«'., 

BAUTREM GALBRAITH. 
lAie. LaiMf, Cowatg. 
K. B. Let there not be less than 38 i^ivates & officers. 



COL. GALBRAITH TO COL. ROGERS. 

Donegal, »" Man, t778. 
Sib : I have it in Immediate commnnd of yesterdiiy from Coun- 
cil, that tlie four succeediuK Class's of your Butt° be held in reHdU 
ness to march on llie Ijliortest notice ; that you make return to me 
of all the Pulilick Arms, Accutrim", Blankets Jtc', in the bounds 
of youi' Batt" the fjtate the; are in, & that they be gathered to one 
pliice ; as well an aco' of tlie Arms ((It for Service) private property, 
this iiiuBt be don to <;ounciI by the 15" or ao'' of tliia mnntli iit far- 
thest. I'm requested to enform you, " tliat nil tlie Militia of the 
States be held in readiness to act as occation may require." I rest 
that you will nut delay a Moment's time to comply. 

BABTREM GALBRAITH. 

Lieui. Limff Co. 



NOTICE OF APPEAL. 



Jtme C", 1778, 
Publick NottceisoncemoreEiven tlielnhabitaiitsof Col. Itogera' 
Battaliiin, that Tnesday, tiie W" Ins', Is appointed for an A]>tieiil 
to be held at .lolm TIii>ui[iboii's, in Ilamivi-r Townsliip, for such 
who are aprieved by the pi-eseTit Militia Law. It's hoped tliat At- 
tendance will lie civcn, as this will be the last opportunitf of the 
kind for tlie Delinquents of last year. 

JO-SHUA ELOER, 
<S. Liaa. Lamf OMmtg. 



AND UILITIA OF THE BEVOLUTION. 186 

COL. JOSHUA ELDER TO COL. ROGERS. 

UlDDLBTOWN, le* July, 1778. 
^IR : Irf Pursuance of Orders from Col". Galbraitli I must request 
you vill without Lo6s of Time cuil out the 2^, 8' A; 4" Classes of 
your Bstt'. to murch to t^unbuir against the Indians, to meet at 
Garber's Wlls next Tuesday where they will be supplied witli Arms 
Jb Ammuuitiou ; auy who have Arms of their own let them bring 
them lest there may bo a Scarcity. & let every Man bring a Sicle if 
possible as the Salvation of the Crops in Northumberland would 
l«y the Expence of the whole Expedition. Let the Delinquents of 
tlie flret Class A ever; utlier Person know that If tliey turn out on 
this Important Occasion & perform a Tour It will be allowed iia 
their Tour let their class be wliat it will. 

I suppoee you will Rendezvous in your Batt°. on Monday you'll 
be good enough to send an Express to Col. Ort & Justice Green to 
attend A give the people an Opportunity of an Ap[>eiil, us I must 
attend in Paxton. I'm thus far on my Return from I'hilad*. & ex- 
pect tlieCungresa will fully consider the Distresses of our Frontiers. 
I cou'd give you Details of Newsaslongasmy Arm if Tlmewou'il 
Admit. Every thing from tliat Quarter bears the most favorable 
Aspect, the French Fleet arrived ofF the Delaware Capes l.ist Friday 
with the French Aminissador on board, the Reception of whom, & 
the reading of so many Packets & Expresses as came to hand took 
lip the Congress Time so that it was not in their Power to go Into 
that businefis before Tuesday. The Fleet took three English Battle 
Ships on their Arrival in Cliesa[)e!ik B;iy & our Ca|>es & proceeded 
Inamedlat«ly to New York after the Enemy. You may iw asur'd 
tliere's warm work there before this Time. 

I am Sir y hum' Serv", 

JOSHUA ELDER. 
Col. Jobh Rogers. 



COL. GALBBAITH TO COL. ROGERS. 

I.ANCASTRU, Awjuat 7", 1778. 
Sir: Inasmuch as it appears that the Nuint>er of Militia de- 
manded from this County have not turned out to March toSunbury 
agreeable to their tate Oiders, have thought proper to give them one 
other Chance before their Fines are distrained from them on Ac- 
count of their late Delinquency ; Therefore such who will now turn 



486 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

out on a ttliurt Diij'a Notice to be by you appointed, & March lo 
Suiibury as directed heretofore elmll be excuBed tlieir late Fines of 
tliis Year, for wbicli Purpose you are to Notice tlie Morcliing Clussea 
&• tliat the People have no Complaints of not lieing Notified fur tlie 
future, as tlie Officers, for sucli Neglect, may Depend upon baing 
prosecuted on proper tnfurmutton made. 

Tour Humble Serv', 

JiAKTREM GALBRAITH, 
Imu'. for Lan<f. Coitnty. 
Voh'. John Booers. 



COL. GALBRAITH TO OOL. KOGEBS. 

Donegal, S3 OvT, 1778. 
Sir : I liave it in command from tho Vice precideiit in Council, 
to direct the flftb & Sixth Ciiia'auf your B»tl°. to be held in n-iidi- 
uess on the Shortest notice, to which you will luy due atteiitiuii. 
lam yours, Ac"., 

BARTREM GALBRAITH, 
Xi«u'. Lan^. CoitP. 

COL°. RODOEIIS. 



COL. (iALBUAITII TO COL. ROGERS. 

DONEOAL, /i=" DfC, 177S. 
Sib: It liecomt's tlie tower of tlio 6" Class of your Batftori. 
lievu the present Guard nt Lfbimon whoe'a times expire or. thci^'' 
diiy iif tills Ins'. You will cull the 5"" class timo enough so us lo 
know whillier a sufllcit-nt number are ready to turn out to ri'lievu 
the Guard as well as to reimrt to uie in time, what may bo tlie Is- 
mie, or that otiiurs may be called elsewhere to make them up — lii- 
liniiueuts may exi>ect to Ixs {iroccuted soon for their deOcifucys. 
I uui yours &c'., 

BAIITREM GALBRAITH, 
Lieu'. fvT Latttf Vo. 
N. B. AiJt ■!'> or 00 men will do. 

Co I.". ROUUEliR. 



AND MILITIA OF THE UEVOLUTION. 4W 



COL. GALBRAITH TO COL. ROGERS. 



Donegal, lO^^ April, 1779. 

Siu : Some timeagoe I rec" orders from the Precideiit to call fifty 

rrten of the militia to march to Bedford for the protection of the 

T xiliabitants there while puttinj; in their spring crops & until a cer- 

t.a.]n Dumber of men can be raised who are called Bangers. I ^av4» 

OMlled upon two Batf" & do not find a sufficient number to mailch^ 

xvhich reduces me to the necessityof calling on your Sixth class which 

comes nixt of course, you are to order the Sixth class of your Bait" 

lo meet on Monday the 26*'' at your Gen* place of Parade where an 

apeal by law will be held of which place you will acquaint Adam 

Qart that he may attend for that Purpose, after wliich yt)U will 

cause a report to be made to me that due provision may be made 

for the Marching troops, & at the same time them apointed to meet 

by the time you can have my answer to your re^wrt. 

I am &cv, 
To Col. RoDOERS. .. BARTREM GALBRAITH, 

Lebanon, the SV*, Lieut. 



COL. GALBRAITH TO COL ROGERS. 



Donegal, 15"^ Aug", 1777. 

Sir : Sundry returns of the Seventh Chiss of tlje Militia of this 
County liavinj^ come to hand, in consequence of the late call to Sun- 
bury, I fnul the marching troops entirely inadequet to the numl>er 
of men wanted, & as my orders are express to Call Class after Class 
initil the number of three liund' men are Compleet, therefore the 
"Eighth class of your Batt". is hereby ordered to randisvouse at John 
Dixon's on Monday the 23'' Ins^ where an api)eal will be held as di- 
rected by law, at the Same time the marching troops of tlie Seventh 
Cliiss are to be forthwith marched to Coxestown, there to be formed 
i.ito Companies fmm the Several Batt"\ I do not see any otlier 
method that can be fallen on from the Smallness of their inunl)ers. 
I once more exort theOilicers to a faitlifull discharge of their duty, 
.IS they may depend no farther lenity will be Shown them for ne- 
glect or disobedience of orders. 

Sir, I'm yours, &c*., 

BARTREM GALBRAITH, 
Col. RoDGERS. Licu^./or Lancasler County. 

(Circular.). 

N. B. The detachments of Several Batt"'. are to meet at Coxes- 
town Thursday nixt. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



LOSS OF BLANKETS AND ARMS. 



As will be seen by the following lists, many of the citizens, in- 
cluding women, ut the outset of the Bevolutioii, loaned the truopa 
Bucli blnjik«ts Hiid arms as they were in i>ossesBioii of. Kfost of 
those inenlioued were loBt at the surrender of Fort Washington and 
Battle of Loug Island. 

A IA»t nf Xamei tcho giive Biankett to the Use of the Continent at 
Amboij ii\ Cap. Cuwdcn^s Comiiang, & jctre j/ail for the eavie bj 
(A>I. U'irntliua CW. 



Geo rice Taylor. 
John Maxwell. 
Pliiliji Fiulilmrn. 
Bohert Neel. 
Puter Grossclose. 
William McLlure. 
David Uuldwell. 
William Calliouii. 
John Steel, Sr. 
Godfrey Criitclimun. 
James M.thiiti. 
Guurge McMullun. 



r men of Capt- 



■1. 



Elijah Buck. 
John Hilton. 
John McMaclian. 
John Boys. 
Michael Spnid. 
Anthony Frelock. 
Jacob K I Slier. 
ileni'y Lerue. 
George Li>re, 
David Uitcliy. 
David Ciihlwell, Taylor, 
lllchard Swati. 
Jacob IlenilT. 



A hist of m<me<i tn be paid for L-ias of Gu:ii 

Miirrni/s VirTiiiniiH. 
Adam West in Uigbt of Miohavl William Ritter. 

Saladeu. Joseiih Sliver. 

Sebasiian Stonebracker. Jacob SNotls. 

Albright Divler. C'hristiiin Snoak. 

James Woodside. Adam Werlz. 

IxHlwick Breti. Widow Divler, Repair of George 

Jacob Nevelmg. Cooper's Gun. 

N. U. Tlie Above Company went out iu the Flying Camp. 

Silt: The above Slim of Forty Nine pounds & Twelve Shilliiifis 
is the amount of the Loss of Guns, &c. Sustained by Capt. Mur- 
ray's Comp". 

The bearer Mr. Lodwick Bretz informs ns tliat it will not be In- 
convenient for you to pay him the Bame out of the ISalt. Stock. 
(If so] Mr. Jnsliua Elder goes to Lancaster on Monday tn Receive the 
whole Loss of the Butt, and u|ion his Return will Replace the abovs 



It humble Serv'., 

JAMES BURD. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



4S9 



I -w^ Apprai-mfnl of Armt, BlaukeU A Aecoulrtmenli iotl in octunj 
JSti rice MonginQ to the JOierth HatUtlvin o/ L<iuc'iMter County 
Jtli'itia, Oimm'fidifl try Col.Junua Burii. Uelvnying Vi Cajitain 
tJ<ic<J<»i'a CumfHtnif. 





1 


1 

P 


; 


1 


■John Ratherr>ri, . . 
*J«ji. Jume* Biird, 
-;..hn8te«l{Wwver), 

^ ■•ili^rUti aiepben, . 
John Ann. . . 
J..h.i Mdlok, . . . 
AJutrliSiepbnn, 
■WilliHin HHrtden, pd., 
C5ol. JuniM Burd, 

Oil 
Itohert Elder in rliiht 
..f n>.i8[i..n»baru, 
.A.(l>*tn MHniHker, . . 
If' rcxlbrinkCiiMIe, . . 
-lolmstiiuri. '. . 
C:Tli.isil..n Shirt!, . . 

D.>. . . 
C^hnrles Ntuart, pd., . 
JZ»erick JonPB 


£ • d 
6 II 

2 13 
4 10 

3 fi 

3 ' 1 5 

2 6 

4 10 
10 

3 

5 10 

8 7 (1 

4 13 

3 10 
SOU 
2 10 


£ a d 



13 

6 

2 G 

'7' 6 
S 

pd. 

4 S 
9 


, £ a d 
1 D 

I 4 
1 4 

1 2 e 
1 

1 2 G 
1 

■ ' 18 ' ' 


2 6 

3 G 

11 S 


^«Htnu*'l lnvinr. . , , 
■T-hoin.i« Reniok, . . 
jr«o>bK«.li.Ber. . . 
^ohn L.l>d. . . 
'W.lll-imrilllMple, . 
:r-Blor Smith. . . 
« hMxtlHii (1mm, 
-%^Ullam KirJtltalriok, 


8 ■ 10 * 
8 5 

4 10 

5 10 


11 
4 


03ur.«, 

blankets 

■»a»l»aok^ 

Tola! 


70 7 « 

s 1:2 

3 17 
1 IG C 

8J U 


8 iLi 


B 17 U 


1 IS 



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The iibuv« ia 11 trim Copy tiiken from the Oi'i^iniil Appmieemeut 
Bill of Oapt° t'owileii'a Comp'y, ia Certilitd by us llie Aiipniisors. 
JAMES TUOM, 
HUGH S'TKPnEN. 
I Do hereby Certify thnt the Ixisaes herein Mentioned were sua. 
tMineO on ttie 10 ■ Nov', 1776, iit the Reduction of Fort Wusliiugton. 
Givifii under oiy liaud tbia H"^ Duy uf AuKiiat, 1TT7. 

JA'UOWDEN, Capf. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 
Jkhmijiwj to fJaiiUiin Murrag't Com}.anij. 





1 


1 


1 

1 




JoUn KlHhler, . . , 
Hauiufll OruRi, 
Adain Vef» In right 
ol MioDael Hallday, 
JohuKirtuer. 
Peter Hob, 
Lieut. WiUlun fiell, 

JamexMimlpetb, . . 
John ForBler, 

AIDHkIH Ulvnler, 
Adftii. Wi-Kiier 
LloiiL VMllUiii Dull. 
Jaiiira WiHiilHlito, 

JsorJDSTelinn. . . . 
WfllUm Hither, . . . 

Jiiel 8ii>vor, 

Jiirdi Slmts. . . . 
ChrlMUn Sno^k. 
I'Bii;, Jhiihh Murray, 
Wll U,n .ve-r, 
Adam V«i H, 
TVIdaw voter lore- 

ptlrof linrirge Cimv 

per'miun. 
HnRliSniHr-, . . 


£ a d 
5 0V 
3 

•8 10 

2 10 

1 

5 10 

8 ' 

6 6 

5 5 U 

6 10 

3 10 

2 10 

4 IS a 

2 l.-i 6 

4 
6 

5 6 

3 (1 
3 
3 
8 0. 

8 


£ a d 
T 6 

4 

7 S 

pd.J, niok- 
•y, £1 10 

R 

7 6 
10 

■ ■ ' 9' 
i 

2 


£ ■ d 
1 

1 S 

1 G 
1 6 

10 
1 






£ ■ d 
3 

a 

3 

u a 


Widow ShBll. . . 




2 n' 






















Jam™ M-(-i>rrl, . . 
ThniiiHH MiiyOM, , , 
John Ni-il 






JaniPfi CoHrten, 






Jun»l> Kveiiian, 

John Ki^iriirir. 




1 C 
i n 

1 

1 n 

S 


18 

1 6 U 










R-URirt Rl.tfr. 
Mlchn<>l Rowlt'H 






C^lit. MnrrHV f-.r to- 
jialra »« (lOr order, . 


1 12 8 



















AND MILITIA OF THE BEVOLUTION. 
Selongin</ to Captain Marray^» Company — Uonliuutd. 





J 


1 

Is 


£ a d 
18 


1 


John WUwn, Jr., re- 
patn 

jMOb POOrtMU, , . . 


£ ■ d 

8 
S 


£ a d 


£ a d 


Robert Elder, .... 
G«org« FocklBT, . . . 


!t 


12 6 


7 6 


OunB. 

pDUohpaAtionu, . . 

Blaiikeis 

NapMelu, 

Total 


00 11 
6 4 6 
9 11 
1 9 6 

1U7 16 


6 t 6 


9 11 


1 9 6 



CiKt". R'ttVa CiHn)Mni/. L-msis-miiUdin Oil. CuniiKjhu. 





5 


1 
£ i d 


1 

g 

n 

£ a d 

3 10 
1 10 


1 


Andrew Cavet, for 
ftuTi repstrs. 

to reiwl™ I.«li1«i 
Mouid-s Thimble* 

Screw. . . 


£ a a 

15 

1 % 6 


£ H d 


John RitnkMOw. 
'nioinoa MoVrthur, . 
Widow siiell. . . 
Tliom.ta SturgeoQ, . . 


3 * GO 
2 10 


12 6 

1 6 

13 




Rnng, . . . 
Pouclim & horns, . . 
BUnketB 

Total. 

Brought over, 

Shuts' BOOL, \ 


7 12 8 
I 6 
4 

12 in 6 

107 18 
8.5 IS 
7 16 8 
3 12 6 

217 10 6 


1 


4 





492 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

I Di> hereby Certify that ttie Loaaes herein mentioned were 8us> 
taJn«(l during tliu Time 1 belonged to Capt* IttMl'H Compaiiy at the 
Rttreut from loii)( IsLind & the white plain. Given under my hand 
this 8" Day of Aug', 1777. 

JA'. COLLIER, /* Lieut. 

Aug" 35*, 1777. Then Itec* of Josliua Elder tlio Counter part of 
this iu Older to Receive tlie Money in Philad*. 

PETER SHIELDS. 

Tlie above la a true Copy taken from the originul nppniiaement 
Bill of Capt" Beed's Comp'y is Certified by us the Hppruisora. 
J A". TIIOM, 
HUGH STEPHEN. 

The within Transactions were during the Time I Commanded 
the Fourth Battalion of Militia of Lancaster County, and the 
Bearer M'. Jtisliuii Elder will receive the Money & jiay the same to 



the Different PerBoiis of the Battalio 
uiy hand this 30* Day of May, 1777. 

A true Copy. 

The Within Bills are true Copie: 
Certifyed the 11)^" Oct', 1778, by ua. 



towhomit isdue. Witness 



JAMES BUllD. 



taken from the Original. Is 



MAX" CHAMBERS. 
JOyEI'II HUTCHISON. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



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AND MILITIA OF THE EEVOLUTION^. 



GRAIN AND FOEIAGE FOR THE ARMY. 

The following is lui Hssessment made and collected of grain and 
f orugo fur llie army in ITT)}: 

Banhela Bitthelt 
tyUeat. J/yiTaga. 

.Joliti Alleman 1 jj 

Stuptiel Alleinaii 4 4 

Coarad Alleman, 4 4 

«:bri.st1yA (■(tiun 4 4 

John ARliia, 4 4 

Jary'to Awl 6 fi 

Jacob Brand, 8 8 

<ie(irg(' lieunet, 1 1 

John lU.wman.Sen'r., 1 2 

WilliHin ISfowu, 10 

John Barnet Jr , 1 2 

John Barnat, Seii'r., 3 3 

Andrew Bertihill 2 

AJexiii'ler Berfihill 1 1 

WUllatn Bctyd, 1 2 

Thomas Bell, 2 4 

Peler Bobh, 8 8 

William Bell, 2 34 

Henry Uool, « . . 8 2 

Peter Rrenor, 2 1 

James Burit, 4 4 

£Hreri>ot Branson, 3 8 * 

Jacob Unrkley 2 2 

Casper Bierly 2 3 

Felly Baker 8 a 

Philip Brown 2 1 

Conmd Bobb, i 3 

John ■Rfirris, 1 3 

Widow IViggB 1 2 

Jobu [<uck 8 8 

John nuchman, 2 2 

James Hlerv, 3 3 

J 'hn Brand, ... . . 3 2 

Roliert. Waswell, A RowlaiKl CliBinberB, 4 4 

Oeorge Conaert, 2 2 

John Cavil, i 3 

William Caldhoon, 1 8 

John ChamiiBrs 3 

Wmiani <"'ocliran, 2 2 

Jain<sroplir«ii 2 2 

■W!d..wr«flwP 1 8 3 

Hugh Cunningham 3 1 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



John Moor, 

Janiea MoCord, 

Jnoatban AlcCluro 

RowfnMcCJurc, 

Alexander A lUohftrd MoClure, . 

Jobn Alumina, 

William MoCluro, 

Jscobillller, 

Bev Joseph Monlgomery, . . . . 

William MoOlBiiRoliaa, 

Jobn Meodore, 

John A Janiofi McKianay, . , . . 

Robert MoWinen 

ThoniM MoCarthur, 

Andrew MoClura, 

Rnliert Noai, 

FrancM Nikkol 

ElliuNiKley, 

George Neveland 

John Noop, 

Abralmm Neideg, ........ 

David Patton, 

Mlcbfldl rimer 

Jobn r.iri more 

AleaanderPorler 

Hrepb«n Poonnsn 

iobnToHtlflwait, 

Jacob Pooniian, 

Jaoub Peck, 

GeurKoPiigti 

Peter I'linaike, 

Geor^Plle, 

IIllXhRi>bfinK)n 

Pmil BandflpJk 

James Riiliieiford 

neorge Koiiloor, 

Jacob Itoop, 8r. 

Widow Henlok, 

Jotin Butharford 

David Itltchey, 

Jacob Rnnp, Jr., 

UloLaelSmltli. 

Jaoob Strickler 

llenryStorior, 

John Steel, 

William Swan, 

Richard Hwnn 

Frederick Swllaer 



AND MILITIA OP THE BEVOLUTION. 



B»»heU BusheU 



tophel Soop, 

JeremUb SturgHon 

<JeorKe Sljeet)) 

Andrew A CbarleeStowBrt, . . , 

Samnel Slmpoon, Sr, 

Jomtpb Simpson, 

^Williar.i Smith, 

^lophnl Smilli, 

Andrew ,t ^cliarU Stephena, . . 

Xagh Stflpti«us 

-Taeob .Smltb, 

Jmaob 81den, 

XUebaol Smith on Eoker'a plaoe, 

Sunuel Smith, Jr., 

Sunuel Sherar, 

JoMpb Shaw, 

Bernard ,S<iop 

ElijHh Stewart 

George Rlieels, 

Hnah SlPWHrt 

I.«nnnrd Sheets 

Ji^Q Shoemaker, 

pgUrSberer, 

Andrew Smith 

Junw ft itary Smith, 

(MniiielStmpsnn, 

ftsvid Tool, 

GwrgoTlvehach 

Cbristlun Temy 

Oeorga Wliilams, 

ttagb Wray 

John WiggtM 

Joatskh Wbite, 

Leonard Wal Her 

Viomas Wiley 

Jonph WilMn, Jr., 

Bobert Whttehlll 

Uattbetr Wlnogel, 

Junen Wallace 

John Windarley 

Snnuel Wiley, 

John WilMon, Sr., 

John Wilson, Jr., 

John Wilson, Jr., 

Alexander Wlllson, 

Joseph Wllann. St., 

AtHMrWickBrabam 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Hugh Wbita 

Widow WUey, 

MlohMl Woolf, 

MooM Vanoe, 

Coarad Yonce 

MlDDLETOWN. 

MftrkSneider, 

ClirMlui King, 

Duilsl Conn, 

Peter Setoter, 

John fjnelder, 

Ueorge Siiiioa, 

Folly Welobor, 

Abraham Tarr, 

Henry DarlM 

John Lenolng, 

Peter Eokerd, 

Jobn Mlere, 

Heory Shaflber, 

Henry HarrlB, 

Martin Homberly. 

NIcholaH CaBMl, 

Phtllp Kraft, 

Oeorge Froy, 

ClirlHtlBii Spade, 

I>udwlok Hemberly, 

Abraham Groae, 

Danlal Hooriiian, 

Robert Kenedy, 

Frekubk. 

Wmiain Condon 

James Spenoe, 

Anthony WItheral, 

John Miller, 

John Cnoh ran, 

Henry Pitnor, 

John Darbey, . , , 

John Boy, 

Thomas Trachan, 

Jamefl Currey, 

John Beard, 

fiamard Fridley 

John Laohery, 

>'rederlok Ovarlender, 

William Wbitnor, 

John UUlar, atone Cutter 



AND MILITIA OF TUE REVOLUTION. 





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ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Hugh Whlta, . . 

Widow Wiley, . 

Miobael Woolf, . 

MooeaVanoe, . . 

Conrad YoDce, . 



Mark 8n eider, . . . . 
Cluistlan King, . . . 

Donlal CanD 

Peter Seister, . . . . 
John 8ne!der, , . . 
Oeorge Simon, . , . 
Palty Welobor, . . . 
Abraham Tarr, . . . 

Henry DarlM 

John Lenaing, . . . 
Peter Eolierd, .... 

Jotin MIera, 

Henry ShalTner, . . . 
Henry Harris, . . . 
Martin Homberly, . 
Nlcti^Ias Cusel, . . . 
Philip Kraft, . . . 
(leorge Frey, .... 
ChrlaLisii Spade, . . 
IjUdwick Hemberly, 
Abraham Grose, . , . 
Daniel Hoofiiian, . . 
Robert Kenedy, , . . 



MiDDLETOWN. 






Wmiain Condon, 

James Spenoe, 

Antbony Wttlier&I 

.rohn Miller, 

John t>>obrau, 

Henry Pllner 

John Darbey, 

John Boy, 

Tbonuia Trachan, 

Jainee Currey, 

John Beard, 

Barnard Fridloy 

John Laobery 

l-'rederlok Overlender, , . 
William Wbitnor, . . 

John UHler, Htone Cutter, 



AND UILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



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JDabMlOiom, 

Helnfaolr BdlUer, 

Ladwlck Dngui, 

Henry Allaman, 

John Page 

PUUp FlBbar, 

Wliugle, Saddlar, 

Robert Clark, 

WllIiAin Mnm?, 

Jtoob SIder 

Jolm Parks, 

llioinaB Hurray, 

John HoSlgbton, 

John Sherer, 

John MoCaohan, 

Andrew BerryhUl 

Mioholaa Nigh 

MlDDLETOWH. 

JaoBb Hneldar, 

Hoary MUler 

Frederick Lebemioh, 

John Metager, 

John Beokeetoae, 

John Hallabaob, 

John DelUooe 

SdlobaelOnMB 

Oonrad Wolfley 

~^llllun Walla, 

Jacob King, 

'X'boniaaA WlllliunUrab, 

.A.texander Jamison, 

I»hlllp Strahey, 

CThris. Shirts, 

.Ad&m Mingo, 

George Orow, 

X>alrlok Ross, 

Sttmnel Park 

Thomas Winthrop, 

David MoClure, 

Daniel T)ough, 

Thomas A Henry Moore, 

Peter Miller 

Adam Miller, 

Georga Amou, 

David Atlee 

ThUlp PsUMDore, 



502 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Bushels Bushels 
Wheat. Forage. 
Chris. Heppioh, 1 1 

PaoI Hemberiej, 1 

Chrifltopher Sebaoh, 1 

Henry Myer, 1 

Samuel Strahey, 1 

Philip AUeej 1 

Frederiok Hubley, t 1 



AND MILITIA OF THE RETOLUTION. 5 8 



THE COMMITTEE'S CORRESPONDENCE. 



THE GENERAL COMMITPEE TO THE COMMITTEE 

OP LANCASTER. 



Gbsctlbxbk : We an infonned thai there are eonie of the Pro- 
-vinciml Muskets in the hands of tlie Military AsKiohitors and otiiere 
of your Coaoty . The preseut gloomy proepect of Americans aflaizs 
and the daily expeotaUoa there is of some Ships of War being sent 
to awe & IntUnidate if not to destroy this City (as we are informed) 
makes it consistent with our duty to take every method inonr 
power to render ineffectual all their hostile and tyranical purposes— 
nor have we neglected or left any probable means unessayd to put 
this City & Province in a compleat posture of defence. But un- 
happily we find that when we have built Sc equipped a number of 
Boats of War and nearly manned them with their compliment of 
men we are destitute of small arms to furnish them with, nor is it 
in our power to procure any either by purchase or otlierwise. This 
lays us under the necessity of applying to you with a request that 
you will call in the said Provincial arms and send them to this 
Committee with all the Expedition & dispatch in your power. 
Your i>erformauce of tliis request will manifest your attachment 
to the general interests of the Colony, give confidence to those that 
are most immediately exposed to the insults of the enemy and en- 
courage a vigourous opposition. A ny expences tliat shall accrue by 
the performance of this desire will be defrayed by this Committee. 

By order of the Committee of Safety. 



THE GENERAL COMMITTEE TO THE LANCASTER 

COMMITTEE. 



PniL", 19^ Oct% 1775, 

Gentlemen : The Committee of Safety confiding in tlie zeal of 
the Inhabitants of Lancaster County, in support of those Rights 
which America is reduced to, tlie unhappy alternative, either of 
'"^acraficeing to lawless ambition or Defending at the risque of all 
that is Valuable, have therefore determined to send to your care 



IM ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

under a Guxtitl a. certain I. Brookes wIjo has been Convicted of hold- 
ing a tmlterous Con'eti|>ondiince with some of the Bdtiali Miniatry, 
and of havliiff OointnLimcitted lutelllgence, tliat has a tendency to 
exusitenito thero ogaliist the Americans and pravoke tliem to an In- 
vasion of tills Colony— reiiueatlng that you will keep his Person in 
safety from any acts of Violence, and see the Sentence of this Com- 
mittee put in execution, a Copy of which you liave inclosed. 

UniDn* tlie same guard we have sent Doc' John Kearaley (Con- 
victed oC Similar offences) wlio is Ordered to be Confined tn York- 
Town. We request that you will appoint a Suitable Guard (to re- 
lieve tiiose who escort liim from thlaCity) to Conduct him In Safely 
to York-Town, and Deliver blm to the Care of the Committee 
there. 

A state of the Evidence enhibjted against them with the nature 
of their crimes Js Intended sliortly to be published, Copies of wlilcli 
will be transmitted to you. 

By order Jbc. 



THE COMMITTEE OF LANCASTEIl TO THE GENERAL 
COMMITTEE. 

I.ANCASTKit. the 34 nf OHulifT, 177S. 
Gentlkmf.m : We the Sitbacrii«>ra, Members iif tho Committee 
of Olisei'vatiiin &c., in ami for IIjc Boroiigli and C.tunty of Lan- 
c:>ster, do licreby certify tliat Captain Marcoo iiiuniis ('omiwny 
have tills Evening suffiy lodged in tlie Goal of Ww. County of Lan- 
Cluster the Bodys of Doctor Jolm Kearaley and I. Brooks, llie former 
iif wlionie to wit. Doctor .I<iliu Ki'arsk-y will l»o forwarded to York 
Town, under a projcr Guard frcini tliis Place to Morrow -and tlio 
oilier will \n'. kept conlhied in the Giiai of this County and dealt 
Willi Hgrteable to tlic Sentence and direction of the Committee of 
Safety. 

We are (ientiemeii. 

Your very buniliie Servants, 

CHRISTIAN VOGFE, 
WILLIAM BAU.SMAN, 
ADAM REICART, 
CAS. SHAFFNElt, 
ABRAHAM DEIIUFF, 
SEBASTIAN GRAFF. 
To lh( (^"milliner nf Safety fur the J'<-«ri"CC "f Va\nK<jlva.nm nia 
VhihvWiM-u 



AND HILITIA OF THE BEVOLUTION. 



THE LANCASTEB COMMITTEE TO ROBERT MORRIS. 

Lancaster, 2fovember 9, 177S. 
Gkntlek EN : Your Letter of the 7" Day of October last directed 
to the Committee of Laocaater Coui)tj, respecting the Provincial 
SrCuBkets in tlie Hands of the tuilitary Aasociatont & otliera in this 
CJoQoty, lias been Ijid before this UoDiuittee, and taken into con- 
sidei-alioD. 

We find that the Gentlemen who were the (Joinmittee of Corre- 
siMndence, appointed by the late County Committee, had upon the 
kceceipt of your Letter, published Aidiapursed Hand Bills through- 
out the County requiriuf; the Persons possessed of such Muskets 
fco bring them in at this Time. As none are brought in, We beg 
leave tu mention to you some Facts relative to those arms, & wait 
your further Directions. 

After the Troops raised by this Province in the lat« War were 
<3isbanded, a number of Muskets & military Accoutrements were 
lodged at a Mr. Carson's in Paxtang, where they remained without 
aduiy Notice, or care being taken of them, until the unhappy Dis- 
X>utes l>etween Great Britain & the Colonies rendered it indispen- 
sibly necessary for our Safety to ;iS3ociute & arm in Defence of our 
IBights. The then Committee of this County upon hearing of those 
zirms, requested some of tlielr members to examine them & send 
Chem dowit, intending un application to tlie Assembly to have them 
repaired at the public expense, anil put into the Hands of such As- 
sociator^ as were unable to furnish tliemselves, and who were to 
S've Ueceipta for them to be returned, if not lost in actual Service. 
jVt this Time, arms were souglit for with gnwit assiduity by every 
«'.ie who wi:ihed to be instructed in the Military Discipline. The 
Inhabitants of Cumberland County knowing; also of the Provincial 
Muskets, were Iwforehand with us, and having tlic llrst choice took 
between sixty and seventy of the Ix'st of tlit-ni, ,for which Mr. Car- 
sun lius a Receipt) leaving a Parcel of Uubbish which were sent to 
this Town, consisting of Barrels mostly without Locks &■ stocks, 
and all of them so covered wiCli Rust, that they were thought 
idinoat unlit for use, & scarcely worth retiairing. Many of them 
were loaded, ;ind had prolutlity been so for many years. Some of 
tlie iioorer Asaociators here took the B.irrels, & with much Lutxiur 
had them cleansed. By the Help of some old I ocks, which about 
this Time were found in n Garret in this Town (without an owner) 
and were distributed amongst them, they had them put in such 
Reittiras toserve them to exercise with. These Persons have l>eeu 
at a considerable expence in putting the arms in the order they now 
lire, and [f they are deprived of them are not able to purchase others. 



coo ASSOCLA.TED BATTALIONS 

There ;ii« few indeed of the best of ttieFirelocka, wliich we tlihik 
could sufely be tiusted to for reul ijervice. 

We conceive it our Duty to mention these tilings to the Com- 
iaitt«e of Siifety. To tuke tlieamis from the poor People, uiider 
such clrcumstanceB would greutly damp tlieit martial Bpirlt^ If 
that UdQuiirable Boiird neveitheleu sliiitl be of opinion tliHt ■ucli 
Fireliwks will be of use, uiid will direct in what manner tlie People 
who have been at the expence of repairing them, are to be reim- 
bureed, we slmll clieerfully exert ouroelves to tlie utmost of our 
Power in calling lliem in and forwarding them to Plnlad*. 

TliiB, Gentlemen, i8 the first opportunity we have had of anawer- 
iDg your Letter rtlative to the arniB. Give ub leave to assure you 
it will afford lis gr«nt PleHSure to be instrumental in any Degree to 
tlie Safety of the City of PiJiliidelpliia. We feel very sensibly tlte 
Situation of yourOit jzens. We deem ourselves moat strongly bound 
to give every assistance in our Power to repel any attack wkidi 
may benttemptfd agiUnst you, and humbly trust wealiall not be 
delicient in Ihc I>iy of Danger. 

Your IjCtter of llie IH'" October came to our Hands. According 
to your Uesiie a |jroi)er Guard from hence concluoted Dr. Keuraley 
to York, and tookn Iteceipt for his safe Delivery ti) the Umuuiittee 
there. I. Ilntoks remainH coudued in onr(TOnI. A iSub-Ooniuiitlee 
of twelve <>eiitlenicn residing in & ue.ar tliis Town has txien tt\y. 
|)oititHl til see that yoin' fientencu & Itesolves respecting Brooks be 
citrried into t-xccution, and no Person whatever is i>eru]itted to 
visit him, but iu the Presence of one or more of those (.ientlemen, 

Ity order of the Committee of Lanciister County. 
To the CommitUeqf Sii/ay. J. YEATES, ciiainitan. 



A'or, 17, 1775. 

Gentlemrn: Wb have considered your respectful answer to 
our application for the pubtick arms in the County of Lancaster 
aud are fully HiitiHflcd witli tlie reasons you assign for retaining 
tliem for the nw of the |)oor Associators in Eatd County, and 
have only to iickuowtnlge your zeal in the public Cause and to 
desire you will send to us the nanif^s of the |>ersnns in whose hands 
the arniHarii h>ft, that It may lie known where tn apply for tliemon 
uuy emergency atul that publick property may l>e taken care of. 

We alno acknowledge your care in carrying our Resolves respect- 
ing Ke/irHley Si l)i'ook.4 into execution & we are Gentlemen. 

To tJomvnUix uf Lancaalcr Vtiuntij. 



AND MILITZA OF THE UEVOLUTION. 807 

THE LAJfCABTEB COUUITTEE TO THE GBNEBAX 
COMMITTEE. 

Lancaster, December the S^, 1775. 
GsHTLEHEir : After the repeated intercessions of I. Brooks, the 
f risoaer sent to this Goal by the Committee of Safety, that he 
night be permitted to write to some Friend in England, relative to 
tais {Hivate aSairs there, and that lie migiit be indulged with inclos- 
ing that LeUar to Coll°- BobenJeau. TlieCommittee here liave ven- 
^jnred to Indulge liim. and forward the inclosed Letters, (which have 
been wrote bf him in ttie preseooe of some Members of this Commit- 
t«e)open> tor tbe perusal & Consideration of the Uommitteeof Safety. 
^i4io will eitJier suppreas or forward them as they shall think proper. 
This Committee have gratified him thus far (altho' it seems cou^ 
txaiy to the directions of the Committee of Safety) In hopes that he 
might have made some interesting discoveries. If any further 
lavoura of this kind are not to be granted to him, the Committee 
lieie will in future refuse him, and if in this instance they have 
done amiss lioiie to be excused. Great care hath been taken that 
no Pen, Ink or Paper hath been used by him except that made use 
of in writing these Letters, and in every other res))ect tlie Commit- 
tee may be assnred that their directions as to him have Iteen punc- 
tually observed. 

By order of the Coram it tee. 

J. YEATES, Cliairman. 
To the Hon"" the Committee of Safety, PhilwUltikia. 



PAROLE FOR BRITISH PHISOXERS. 

Draft of Parole Sign^. by the OffKers of tlie 7" ± Sff^ Regis. Dec. tl, 
1775. 
Wo the Stdjacribers Officers of his Majesties 7'" Regiment of Foot 
or Royal Fusileers, taken at St. Johns, and behig at T^ncnster hav- 
ing perused the Resolutions of the Continental Congress— of the 
8* & 10" of November last-A li!'" & 18"' of December-instant-- 
transmitted by their President to the Committee of Inspection &c., 
for the County of Lancaster, and having reiiuested some time to 
make choice uf places of our Residences agreeable to the said Reso- 
iDtions ; do hereby promise & engage upon our Parole of Honour 
that durxntj ihe time which shall be all'iaicfl us to make our dioice, we 
will not go into or near any -Seaport town— nor further than six 
miles from the said Borough of Lancaster, with loiive uf the Con- 
tinental Congress, Jt will carry on noi>oliticalcorres|iondence what- 




608 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

ever on the- subject of the dispute between Great Britain and 

American Colonies so long as we remain Prisoners. And after h 

lug made our Choice, asrreeable to the Tenor of these Resolutio 

we will give and sign our Parole agreeable to the request and 

rections of the Congress to the said Committee that they may t 

mit the Same to the Congress. 

Lancaster Dec. f /, 1775. 

The written Parole signed by Francis Wm. Kinnear, T . Ne 
march, James William Baillie, John Des|iard, William Curly 
Hughes, George Peacock, M. W. Duff, Joseph Campbell. 

Also by the officers of the 26"' Regt., viz: John Strouge, 
McDonell, E. P. Willington, Robert Thomas, James Gordon. 

Also by Capt. Dan'. Robertson of the Royal Emigrants. 

Also by Capt. John Livingston of the 26»* Regt. & Lieut. 
Anstruther of the 7"» Regt. Feb. 3"*, 1776. 

Also by Lieut. John Andre of the 7^*' Regt. & by Ed. ThompBOo 
of the 2&^ Regt. Feb. 23, 1776. 




COL. SLOUGH TO ROBERT MORRIS. 



Lancaster, Dec. SO^ 1775. 

Dear Sir : It is with great reluctance I now take the Liberty to 
beg your attention, well Knowing that every moment of your Time 
is taken up in the Service of your Country, But Justice to the 
bearer Captain Samuel Atle will not permit me to be Silent. He 
waits upon the Committee of Safety of this Province for their Re- 
commendation to the Honourable the Congress to the Command of 
one of the Battalions now to be rnised. 

I have the Pleasure of a long acquaintance with him and am 
Realy at a loss for Words to express my regard for him. He is a 
gentleman universally Esteemed by his acquaintances & Neighbors 
a very warm Friend to the American Cause, and as to his KnowU 
etljje in the Military Arrangement, I am Convinced there are few in 
the Province who Excell him. Colonel Miles is well acquainted 
with him and liis abilities in this Department, they having Served 
in the same Regiment in the Service of tliis Province for several 
years during the last War, to whom referr you on this head. And 
should Cap'. Atle be so happy as to merrit tlie Recommendation of 
the ('oinniittee of Safety I have not the most remote doubt but he 
will Do Honour to the appointment. 

IIoiK* you will pardon ine for Taking up so much of your Time ; if 
Consistantwithyour Judgement favour Cap*. Atle with your Friend- 
ship and l)elieve me, 

Dear Sir, your most Humble Servant, 

MATTHIAS SLOUGH. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 509 



THE GENERAL COMMITTEE TO THE LANCASTER 

COMMITTEE. 



PuiLADELPiiiA, January 13^, 177G, 
Gents: The Committee of Safety have published a process for the 
making of Saltpeter, which they liope will induce the Inhabitants 
of the Colony generally to set about the Work, but as no Description 
however exact can so fully answer the purpose of Instruction as an 
actual Exhibition of the Process the Committee have resolved to 
employ a Number of Persons to go through the County to instruct 
the People in this Necessary Branch of Manufacture. It is there- 
fore requested of you to send two Persons to this City to obtain a 
competent Knowledge of the Method practiced at the Saltpeter 
Work here, that they may be qualified to exhibit the Process to 
such Inhabitants of your County as are desirous of being useful to 
their Country at this important and dangerous Crisis of our Affairs. 
It is referred to you to make such agreement for the publick with 
the persons you employ on this Service as you may think just and 
reasonable. Their expenses to and from the City and while they 
remain here for Instruction will be also allowed by the Committee 
of Safety. 



THE LANCASTER COMMITTEE TO THE GENERAL 

COMMITTEE. 



Ix Committee, Lancasteh, January the i?9'\ I77n, 
Gentlemen: The Committee? have your two favours of tlie lO"* 
instant, and agreeable to your re(iiiost liave appointed Doctor Fred- 
rick Kuhn of the Borough of Lancaster to receive, for tlie pul)lick 
Use, the 8alt-Petre which sliall be made in this County and as they 
have notifled tlieir apiwintment to liim, he is ready to receive the 
Orders of the Committee of Safety as their Officer for this purpose. 
We have also given publick Notice (by Hand Bills) to tlic Inhabi- 
tants of this County of this appointment and at the same time have 
mentioned our being ready to receive the proposals of any Persons 
who shall be willing to go from this County to the Salt-Petre Works 
in Philadelphia for instruction, that they may be qualified to ex- 
hibit the process to such Inhabitants of tlie County as are desirous 
of engaging in that necessary work. Should any Persons offer, or 
should we have knowledge of any who are willing & proper to be 
employed in this Service, we shall give them every encouragement 
& forward them to Philadelphia agreeable to your directions. 



510 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

We observe by the Orders to the Officers recruiting here for the 
Continental Army that they are at liberty to take all able bodied 
Men between 16 & 50, bougiit Servants excepted. Under these 
orders the Gentlemen recruiting here have inlisted several Appren- 
tices in this Town, and amongst them, some of the Gunsmiths' 
Apprentices. The necessity of keeping our Gunsmiths busily em- 
ployed in finishing the Arms required to be furnished by this County 
and the assurances we had that many of the Gunsmiths' Appren- 
tices intended to inlist (which upon examination we found to be so) 
induced us to interfere. We have prevailed upon Cap*. Ilubley to 
permit the Gunsmitlis' Apprentices whom heliad inlisted to return 
& work with their Masters & have his promise with that of the 
other Gentlemen recruiting in this Town not to take any more of 
them uutill wo can receive the opinion of the Congress or the Com- 
mittee of Safety on this subject. Tlie Gunsmiths assure us that if 
their apprentices or Servants who are employed in that Business 
are taken from them, they cannot go on with their work. We have 
them all now busily employed and many of their apprentices are ex- 
ceeding good Workmen. AVe therefore beg the Sentiments of the 
Committee of Safety as to this matter and if an order of Congress 
is thought proper and necessary to prevent the inlistment of these 
Apprentices, request tlie Committee will procure it & order it to be 
forwarded to us, that we may quiet the Minds of the Gunsmiths, 
who are very uneasy, and would be glad of an excuse to lay by the 
Musket-Work & make Rifles, which are more profitable for them. 

In procuring these Apprentices to be sent to work with their 
Masters and in preventing the enlistment of others (until theSenti- 
raents of the Congress or Committee of Safety shall be known to 
us) we have acted with a view to the real Interests of our Country 
& hope the approbation of the Committee of Safety witli their di- 
rections how to conduct ourselves in this Matter in future, which 
we shallpunctually observe. 

The Soldier prisoners here make frequent applications to be suf- 
fered to inlist with our recruiting Parties. We have constantly dis- 
couraged it, except in the instance of two of tliem who were in- 
listed by Cap'. Watson , wherein the inlistments were actually signed 
before we knew of it. These Men we directed to go with Cap*. Wat- 
son on the recruiting Service, & at the same time promised their 
former Cap*. (Kinnear of the 7 •* Reg*, wlio behaved with a good 
deal of warmth upon the occasion) that we would take the opinion 
of the Congress or the Committee of Safety in this respect. W^e 
beg leave to submit this matter to the Committee & request their 
Sentiments as to the propriety of such inlistments, according to 
wliich we shall govern ourselves. 

By Order of the Committee, 

WILL. ATLEE, Chairman, pro t€mp\ 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 511 

THE LANCASTER COMMISSIONERS TO THE GENERAL 

COMMITTEE. 



Lancaster, March c'*, 177G. 

To, Vie Honorable the Committee of Safety: 

Gentlemen: Agreeable to your request of the 12*" January, 
1776, We the Commissioners of Lancaster County, have to inform 
you that there is 200 of the Guns fn.ished, 300 Bayonet, & the wholo 
of the Cartridge Boxes. For want of suitable Linen, we have got 
no Knapsacks, yet \\o\)e to get them ready against the other arms 
are compleated. Our workmen asures us the remainder will be 
done in a short time. Some of the Gunsmiths having made a con- 
siderable number of Musquets, are very solicitous for tlieir Money, 
and most of our Sadlers being men of low circumstances occasions 
them to be equally importunate, hope if convenient you would or- 
der some money to be paid tlie bearer M^ W™. Bausman, to which 
please to add the amount of the within account. 

We are. Gentlemen, 

Your very Il'ble S'vts, 

ALEX^'. MARTIN, 
TIIO\ CLARK, 
WILLIAM BAUSMAN, 

Comm", 



THE GENERAL COMMITTEE TO COMMITTEE OF LAN- 

CASTE li. 



In Committee or Safety, March 7^'*, 1776. 

Gentlemen: This board have determined to remove all the Of- 
ficers, prisoners of war, who by any former order have been stationed 
in your Burrough, one half to the Town of York the other half to 
the Town of Carlisle, agreeable to our Resolve this day, to which 
and the Resolutions of Congress hei-ewith sent, we beg leave to re- 
fer yon. We earnestly request that this Resolution may be imme- 
diately effected in the best manner according to your better judg- 
ment from your experience of the conduct of these oflicers who 
have resided some time with you. You'll be pleased to let a Letter 
from you to the respective Committees, to whom we have also wrote, 
accompany the prisoners to each station, and desire you would ac- 
quaint this Committee with the names of the several officers sent 
to each plnce. 

To the Committee of Layicister. 



612 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



THE GENERAL COMMITTEE TO COMMITTEES OF 

YOIIK AND CUMBERLAND. 



Ix Committee of Safety, March 14'*^ 1776, 
GENTLEME>f : TIlis Board, in pursuance of a Resolve of 
(latecl the 2tt^'' of Febr^., have authorized tlie Committee of 
ter to send one lialf of the Officers, Prisoners of war, statione 
there to the Town of Carlisle for the greater safety of the public 
You'll observe by the resolve of Congress of the 28'»» of Februar 
you are compitent to the Government of these Officers if their Coi 
duct should be repreliensible. We enclose you that Resolve, an 
also one other resolve of Congress of the 27*" Nov^, with a form 
the Parole which you are requested to take of the Officers. 
To the Committees of York cfc Cumberland Counties. 




THE COMMITTEE OF LANCASTER TO THE COMMI' 

TEE OF YORK. 



In Committee of Lancaster County, 

March 19 ^ 177 G, 

Gentlemen: AVe received last nigljt a Letter from the Com- 
mittee of Safety of the Province of Pennsylvania, accompanied witli^ 
their Resolutions & those of the Congress res|)ecting the Officers 
who are Prisoners hero. In Consequence of the Authority delegated 
so us, to make the best arrangement we could, as to this Distribu- 
tion, we beg leave to mention to you that we have pitched upon 
the Town of York for tlie Place of Residence of Captains Strotig & 
Livingston- Lieutenants AVittington, Thompson & Thomas, & 
Ensign Gordon of the 2r)th Regt.— of Capt'n Robertson of the 
Royal Emigrants, of Capt'n Chase of the Navy. Lieutenant Mc- 
Donnel of tlie 2Gth Regt. is absent in Pliilad'a by tlie Permission 
of the IIon'l)le Congress. Capt'n Campbell has also leave to go to 
Philad'a to visit Mrs. Campbell who is indisposed. Should they re- 
turn here they will also bo fixed amongst you. The Officer's Ser- 
vants accompany them. The other Officers are stationed at Car- 
lisle. All the Military Gentlemen start from this Place on Friday 
next under the escort of two of us. 

We think it our Duty to give you the earliest Inteligence we 
possibly can of this measure, that you may take the proper Steps 
with Respect to their Plans of Lodging, & such neceesary precau- 
tions as must inevitably result from our Api)ointment. Permit us 
to quote a Passage from the Congress' Letter to us. *^Upon the 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 513 

hole Gentlemen 5*011 have judged riglitly in supposing every meas- 

1 ire you have taken to render the Situation of our Piisouers iis com- 

X"ortable as possible, would be agreeable to us. As men, they have 

S.V right to all the Claims of Humanity,— As Countrymen, tho' Ene- 

Kiiies, they claim something more. You have Therefore the Thanks 

of The Congress.'' Need we suggest to you, Gentlemen, that your 

Interesting yourselves iu Behalf of those Officers wiiojire to reside 

siinongst you, in procuring them such private Lodging, necessary 

SrCCommodations as they may want, will particularly oblige thoso 

Oentlemen & this Board ? Your own feelings, we are persuaded, 

^wiU render this Intimation perfectly unnecessary. 

We have to apologize to you for the Liberty we have taken to 
open your Letter from the Committee of Safety. Some Doubts 
sirose with respect to our Taking of the Parole of the Prisoners be- 
fore they left this Borough. AVe recurred to your Letter for a So- 
lution of our Difficulties. Tiie common cause we are engaged in 
must serve as our excuse. 

You will please to forward the Letter herewith sent to the Com- 
inittee of Cumberland County by Express. We are directed to 
transmit our Letters as early as possible. 

We are Gentlemen very truly, 

Y'r most Ob'd't Humble Serv'ts. 



THE LANCASTER COMMITTEE TO THE GENERAL 

COMMITTEE. 



Is Committee von Lancaster Cointv, 

Lancaster, March 2:\ 177G. 

Gentlemen' : Wc have received your Letter of the 14^'' Instant, 

accompanied with the Resolves of Congress of tlio 20^'' February, 

respecting the Distribution of the Officers late Prisoners in this 

Borough. lu Order that your Resolution mij^lit l)e immediately 

effected, we desired the attendance of these Gentlemen, on your 

Letters Coming to Hand. After some Conference, we pitclied on 

the Town of York for the Residence of tlie following Officers, viz*: 

Captaiu'John Strong, Capt. John Livingston, liieut. D. McDonnell, 

Lieut. E. P. AVillington, Lieut. Robert Thomas, Lieut. Edward 

Thompson, & Ensign James Gordon, all of the 20"^ Reg*, also of 

Capt". Daniel Robertson & Capt. Duncan Campbell both of the 

Royal Emigrants and of Capt". Rol>ert Chace of the Navy. Tlio 

Town of Carlisle was fixed on for the Officers of the 7-^ Reg*, viz* : 

Captain Francis William Kinnear, Capt". Tim. Newmarsh, Capt". 

James William Baillie, Lieut. John Despard, Lieut. P. Anstruther, 

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AND MIUTI.V OF THE KEVOLUTIOS. 515 

i:i our MagaziDe. As tliis Powder and Lead has been laid in 
xltogetlier at tlie Expense of tlie County, we beg Leavn to suggest 
to you tliat should tlie s:ime be removed from here, we must run to 
J^oii for a fresh Supply, hi Order to render the Miuds of the Inlmbi- 
tADts easy. 

We liavo also. Gentlemen, to answer your Letter of tlie 23' Inst. 
i^eqiiirliiff U3 to fill up a Blank left for (he Names at some L'ei^wiia 
».t>poiiited to purchase of all sucli who do not itssuciate and of such 
-A-Ssociators, who have s)iiiro. Muskets, as many good Muskets as 
t.S.iey c>ui procure in this County. We have taken Pains lo inform 
c>iirselves on tliis Subject. Wc cannot Ond that there any Muakels 
S XI tlie Hands of Non-Associators, and but too few amongst tliose 
'^vho do associate. Very small Indeed is the Number of spare arms 
^^mongst the Associatoi'S, and those have been kindly dealt out to 
other Pei'sons in the different Companies, who are unable to supidy 
t lieniaelves with any Kiiid of FiiTlocks to learn the military Ex- 
^srcise. Weregret exceedingly, that the unfortunate Waut of projier 
K*rins greatly damps the Si>irit of our military Assnciators. 

Wo ardently wish & pray to obviate tliis powerful objection. Wo 
smre conlident, it is not the Meaning of your Board to encourage the 
f^ioor and needy Associatoi'S to pail with their Arms, and ttiereby 
C:u nffect and sensibly injure the military Spirit prevailing amongst 
mJ9 : Nor do we apprehend it to be the Intention of your Letter, 
-fc-liat all Kind of Guns indiscriminately, should he bouglit up of the 
;3<on-Associators. Tliat particular Business, we conceive, will bo 
^^arried tlirough as early as iwssible, either by tlie House of As- 
^tembly or your Hotly, under the late Resolve of the Honourable 
^i^ongreas, in such Manner as will api>ear most elis;ible to secure 
'those Arms, and at the s:mic Time to preserve the Common Uj)ion 
find public Tranquility. 

We are, Gentlemen, respectfully 

i'our very Obedient & Humble Servants, 
By Order of the Committee, 
J. YEATES, Chairiitan. 
Ct>t the Hon'6Ic Committee of Safety. 



Piiir,A., March SO, JT7G. 

Obxts: The Committee are desirous of Having made in your 

County, three Hundred Itiffles. but do not think proper to apply to 

youT Gunsmiths, least they should Impede the makeing of the Mu»- 

fcet.t8ordered by the Assembly, having been informed that you have 



olti ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

had much trouble before you could get the (Hiusmiths to work. 
We are desirous to co-operate with you, and doubt not the Run- 
smiths you liave makein^ Musketts, will be very foiul to make tlie 
Riffles, and thei-efore think will be of advantage to ^ive the uiak**- 
ing of the Riffles, among the smiths in proportion to the Musketts 
they make. The constant attention you Iiave paid to the publick 
service has been an inducement to us to give you this additional 
Trouble, wliich we doubt not you will excuse & shall be obliged to 
you to undertake to applying to the Gunsmiths on the subject. 



TO CONGRESS FROM THE COMMITTEE OF LANCASTE 

COUNTY. 





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In Committee, Lancasteu, April lith^ 1776. 

Gentlemen: The officers of the 7th and 36th regiments, wi 
those of ti)e Royal Emigrants and Captain Chase of the Na 
having been lately removed from hence by order of the Commit 
of Safety, under the direction of the Honorable the Congress 
the towns of York and Carlisle, in this Province, without hav 
it in their power (as we have reason to believe with respect to 
of them) to discharge the moneys due at their lodgings and A j 
at the houses where tliey were lodged and messed in this town ; ^^ ^^^ . 
the persons wiio have demands against those gentlemen for tV 
articles, having laid their accounts before this Committee, and 
quested the assistance of the Committee in procuring them tl 
moneys, we are obliged to trouble the Honorable tlie Congress wf tj, 
a state of the demands and accounts of these i)ei*son8, and requ f- -> ^^ 
their direction in the matter, that these creditors of the offi w ' r^ 
(some of whom, especially those whose claims are the greatest, 
not in the most easy circumstances) may have their demands 
justed and paid. 

The Committee, gentlemen, are interested in this matter, 
officers, when brought to this town by Capt. Mott, were placed 
him in the houses of Messi*s. Mathias Slough and Adam Reiga^"':^^ 
whose accounts, we understand, have l)een transmitted to Congr^i^ 
and are therefore not taken notice of here. After those gentlemn 
had entertained and provided for the officers a considerable iimm. 
tliey found it very inconvenient and requested their removal 
officers took great pains to provide themselves with lodging^^ , 
"^ftmniniMtinnn, but without success. The gentlemen with ^^^^ 
'^^ idaced, at length refused absolutely to provi<|^ / 
fftnd applied to the Committee to relieva thei 
ills situation likewise addressed the Commftte 




AND MILITIA OF THE REVOI.UTIOK. 517 

representing the difficulties tliey were subjected to, every moment 

in expectfttion of beinc turned out of doois and liuviiig notice lljiit 

no more provisions would be dressed for them. To gentlemen in 

tliitt delicate aituution, tliough enemies, we could not avoid render- 

iiiK every service in our power. We made interest witli some of 

t.1 (e inhubitauts to affoi-d them private liHlging with fiiv wood and 

<^%iii(ltes. At tiiese private houses they lodged and breakfasted, at- 

t.«iided by their own siTvants, and as it was inconvenient for private 

ffttmilles to dress dijniers and 8upi)ers for them, we prevailed npon 

^ir, Jolin Jordan, whose demand is the most considerable, to mess 

Cliem at his house. And though we did not alisolutely engage for 

fc lie iwytnent of Iheir demand, yet as we assured tliem of our influ- 

«±nce ill procuring them satisfaction in case the ufHcers should lie 

■.iiiuLile to pay them, we have the greatest reasons to believe tliese 

aKSSuraiicea from us were their prlncip!il inducement to entertain 

"ti. iiese gentlemen. Tliey now resort to iis, and we must look up to 

-ft^liu Honorable the Congress. Wemust do that justice to theofflcers 

«jf the Till regiment to mention tliat none of tliese demands relate 

^u that corps except ttie trifling sum of £6 IO:i Od dno to Micliael 

^Kiirtges, and that the residue is entirely for ttie lodging and ac. 

«:oiiimodation of the 2Gth raiment. 

Tlie Committee have been liighly lionored imd very liappy in the 
-^estimoiiy they have rccived of tlie approbation of Congress, re- 
specting tlieir former conduct toward tlieotllcersand soldiers, ]>ris- 
<jiiers here. We could not be idle spectators of the distress these 
(^iitleinen were reduced to. We could not, as a Committee, avoid 
'CakiuK notice of tlieir applicalion ; neither could we place them in 
jH situation which would have Ix-en less ex|>ensive, wltlioiit treating 
-tliem in a manner different from tliat recaiinnened to ns liy the 
Jlonoi-able the Congress, who, we ho|ie will in tlie present case, 
stiffer our conduct to pass without censure, aud order in wliat man- 
lier these people's demands are to be satislied. 

We beg leave to ask if the former resolve of Congress, i>ermitting 
the oBlcers to come at times from their places of residence to Lan- 
caster, for the purpose ot settling with and paying tlieir men, and 
receiving the necessary receipts for tlieir rations, are to be deemed 
still in force, and wliether, npon upplicatinn of the soldiers for shoes 
«ir any necessary clothing (tliose applications now becoming fre- 
4]ueut), this Committee shall provide them, at the Continental ex- 
jKDse f We shall steadily persist in carrying into exiciition every 
- Tesolve of the Honorable the Congress, and be strictly attentive t" 
Ibeir directions and recommendations. 

THE COMMITTEE. 



61S ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



THE LANCASTER COMMITTEE TO THE GENERAL 

COMMITTEE. 




In Committee for Lancaster County, 

Lancaster, April IJ^ 1770. 

Gentlemex : We received your J^etter of the 30 '' March a feir?^;^ ^ 
Days ago, but astht^ Coniniiltee of tlie whole county was ap{Kuutedr.A«:^, 
to meet sliorlly after, the consideration of the same was i)Ostix>ne(Il» •^^ 
until tl»is Time. 

Your Information with Respect to our having had much Trouble ^^_j]j 
before we could get the Gun-Smiths to Work, was well grouudedJC^ -(/. 
We for our own Parts think our Time well bestowed in forwarding ^^^ 
a Business so esstmtially necessary to the Well Being of the CovoMrzMmzH' 
munity. It would have given us the higliest Pleasure to have foun* ^cijd 
tlie event of our I^abours corresi)ond with our Inclinations. 

The Gun-Smiths residing in this Borough met us in Conimitt c*=i=3po 

this afternoon. Some of them have proixjsed to furnish us wit rli ' 

thirty Rifles, in six Weeks, others with the Siime quantity in t\\ — — o 
or three months, and a few wno are not so strong>handed with » 

lesser number within those Terms. They ii.sist on the Price 
£4.10 per Rifle (to be made with wooden Boxes) and 8;iy they ca 
get £•) from the neighboring Governments for such Work. We ha- 
received no Instructions from you and therefore could enter int 
no particular Stipulations with them. Tliis Board have had nooj 
IHMtunity to confer with the Gun Smiths in the county on this Sul 
ject, but will attempt it as soon as possible. We i)erceive clearly ^^ 
that your Body have judged with tlio greatest Propriety, in fixinji^ ^^ 
the Number of Muskets made by each Workmen, as the Proiwrtioi 
by which the Rifles are to be furnislied. Your Desire of Co-oi>ei 
ating with us «!c not immediately applying to our Smiths, least i' 
should impede our Musket work, demand our acknowledgments* 
We cannot think that our Gun-Smiths, even while they are makini 
nf Rifli's, should altogether throw aside the Musket Business. 

We i'onceive it our Duty, (Jentlemen, to intimate to 5*ou, tha^ -^^ 
the chief obstacle against the Finishing of the Rifles speedily, con^ ^* 
sists ni the Want of Locks. There is Reason to believe that somi^ 
of our Workmen have bought up a Quantity of Locks, which the] 
would not willingly spare to their Neighbours, who are not so well 
provided. A Recommendation from your Honourable Boanl t( 
such Persons to sui)ply others with those articles, at a generous^ 
tho' not unreasonable Price, might be attended with good effects^ 
We suggest this Matter to you for your consideration. 

We have also to nniuest that you would be pleased to furnish our 
(Jommissioners with an additional Sum of Money, hi order to dis- 
charge the BiiUinces due to the different Tradesui<*n for Muskets, 





AND MILITIA OF THE JIEVOLUTION. 619 

Cartridj^e- Boxes, &c. Their Situatious in Life are such as indis- 
pensibly demand their Money when they have completed tiieir 
Work. Our Gun-Smiths particularly, feel the Want of Cash as we 
Iiave precluded them (or attempted it) from all other Work, until 
the public Necessities are supplied. 

Tiie Field Officers of this County have required of us some more 
copies of the Articles of Association, and the lluies and llegula- 
tions for the better Government of the military associators. Tliose 
already sent up to us by you, have not been sufficient to answer the 
Purpose of tliis County. We therefore request you will transmit 
us a few more copies, in order that one general System may prevail 
amongst us. 

Amid your more important Business, we beg to be favoured with 
Ml answer to our Letter of the 16''* Marcli, respecting the allowance 
to be made for the Muskets, and also to this Letter as soon as may 
be consistant with your Convenience. We shall then be enabled 
fmally to close with our Gun-Smiths, and thereby greatly expedite 
this necessary Service. 

We are, Gentlemen, 

Your very Obed*. & Humble Serv*'., 
By order of the Committee, 

J. YEATES, Cliairman, 
ILm^ble Committee of SufeUj, 



COL. SLOUGH TO COL. SAMUEL MILES. 



Lancasteu, A))ril IG'^^ 177G. 
Dear Sin : I arrived at home on Sunday evening and yesterday 
morning had the Comittee Summoned to meet & when met I Laid 
before them the letter Comitted to my Charge by you, from the 
Comittee of Safety requesting the arms to be furnished to Cap. De- 
huff and have the Pleasure to Tell you that it was I mediately and 
unanimously agreed that Such arms Should be furnislied, viz: as 
many asCap^ Dehuff should want to arm liisComi)anyand no more, 
tho' I pushed hard to get a hundred. I then urged the Necessity there 
was of Procuring Blankets and Tow Linnin upon which it waslma- 
diately agreed that letters Should be wrote to the Several Township 
Comittees and request tlieir assistance which is Done, and I have 
No Doubt but in a very Short Time we Sliall Procure as many 
Blankets and as much Tow IJnnin as we want. I at the Same time 
urged the Necessity there was of Procuring as many Killed Guns 
as Possible and requested leave to advertise the Same which is not 
approved of because it Docs not appear from any resolve of as- 



6J0 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

sembly or Cumilteo of Safety that I am ordered to Procure thei 
Shall tlierefore bi oblij?ed to you lo procure Such a resolve ai 
Send to nie as soou as Possible. Sluill in the Mean tiiue Procure 
uiaijy as I Can ; to-morrow our Taylers go to Work at the lluutii 
Shirts for which use I have a very Large Quantity of Linniui 
hand as well as for the Purpose of making other Shirts, and ho 
soon to Procure as much blue Cloth as will Furnish the Musket 
Agreeable to i>romise I have Inquired the i)riceof the Kind of Ca 
you want for tiie Rifle men and am glad to find that theDiflfereu 
in price between tiiem and hatts is such as we may venture at 
being but Gi. GJ. a piece ; have however not ordered any Nor Sh 
I, until I liave the i)k'asure of your orders on the Subject. I ha 
Sent you by the bearer my son a Pattern for a Coat of the 



Cloth to be had here, which hope will please if not it may Perba- 
Sute some other of the oflicers; hoi)e to hear from you by the fiir 
opi>ortunity ; Meanwhile you may Dei)end on my greatest Diligen - 
and am, Dear Sir, your Very Humble Servant, 

:mattiiias slough. 

If you cannot Procure facing, ijUv.s let me know and I will set: 
you the best 1 lyive. M. S. 



tiik gkxeual committep: to committee at 

LEBANON. 



Philadelphia, Ajtril 77'*, 177G, 
Gent" : We find it necessary to direct that the Oflicers Prisone 
of War at Reading be removed from that place to your Town, an^ 
re<\uest you would take tlio Parole necessary for them tosign,aCop 
of which we send you. We also enclose a Resolve of this Hoard 
this purpose, and several Resolves of Congress relative to Prisone 
of War, by which you will be guided. Some one of the Oflicers mus 
b" permitted once in three or four weeks to go to Reading to muste: 
tl».e Sokliers Prisoners there and pass the Commissaries' Accounts 
To the (.'mil'"', (tf Lebanon. 




Pauoli:. 

I, being a Prisoner in the uniteilColoni 

of America, do upon the Honor of a Gent", promise, that I will no 
go into or near any Seaport Town, nor farther than six Miles dis 
tant from Lebanon in Lancaster County, without leave of the Con- 
tinental Congress or the Committee of Safety of Pennsylvania, & 
that I will carry on no Political corn s]Mmdence whatever on the 
hubject of the dispute between Great Uriain cV: the Colonies so long 
as I remain a PrisomM*. 




AND MILITIA OF THE BEVOl.UTION. 



THE LANCASTER COMMITTEE TO THE GENERAL 
- COMMITTEE. 

Lancaster, Ajrri) 17", !776. 
Gbntlbmbn ; Lieut. Dullhuntynf llie 26'" Itegimunt IiasuiipearMl 
%. Ilia Evening in Committee. N' ol being |iersoiiall} ucqiiainted with 
3 • ny Member of your Bo:ird, he haa desii'ed ua tu muKe his aiiplica- 
"S. lois to you conceniiiig the place ot his future Residence. 

From a foimer letter o( oius to you, you will jierceive that the 
«r:>tlier Oflicera Prisoners of the 26'" Regiment were Stiitiuned bythia 
^—■'ommiltee at York Town in pui'su^ince to the diiectinns which you 
9:^ve US. Wemudetliiaoliservation to Lieut Dullhuiity&expi'esaed 
our Sentiments, thua liis Ilout seemed to be Gxed lliither. To thia 
"■le objected, that during hia short stay in Philud. he conceived lie 
liiid it iu his Election either to go to York or Ueuding. And that 
lie was then a t^tmnger to a fact which now weighs };reatly with 
l)im. The small Pox he is informed rages with violence in the 
Town of York, and has proved Fatal to many Persons infected 
with this disease. He has two young cbildi'en with him, one at ttie 
BreHst of M". Dullhunty who have nut had that disorder. Tlie 
Pai'ents' feelings, under such circumstances, were strong Induce- 
meiita to us to ti-uuble you with liia application. Should it be thought 
impro|)er that Lieut. Dullljunty ahould continue in this Town where 
the Privates who are Prisoners are stationed, he requests to be per- 
mitted to go over to Reading with his Family. We liave indulged 
Ins desire to remain here until your Sentiments can Ije made known 
to us. Wiien we can be informed of your Orders we sliall deem it 
our Duty to carry tlie same into immediate Execution. 
We are, Gentlemen, 

Your Most Ohed'. &, very 

humble Servants, 

J. YEATES, ChaiTman. 
Honble CommUlf^ of Safety. 



THE LANCASTER COMMISSIONERS TO THE GENERAL 
COMMITTEE. 

Lancastek, 1" May, 1776. 
Gentlemen: Money being much extremely wanted by our Gun- 
smiths &Sadlor3, for the arms nearly compleated in our County ;— 



522 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

should be very timnkfull, could you remit to William BawsmF^i.T\, 
Esq., by the liands of William Webb, about £2000, after the l»ar mo- 
ment of wliich sum, there will be a Ballance remaining. 

We are. Gentlemen, 

Your ll'ble Servents, 

THO«. CLAKK, 
ALEX**'. MAUTIN, 
WILLIAM BAUSM\N, 

Canimiss' 



THE COMMITTEE AT LEBANON TO THE GENER-rl 

COMMITTEE. 



Ix Committee at liEBANON, May IV^^ 177^ • 

Gentle3IEn: By Virtue of your Orders of tlie 17**» April Ii^ ^^^ 
the Geu'. Oflicers, Prisoners of Warr, were removed from Read^ "S 
to our little Village called Lebanon Town. We are Sarry to ^^"- 
form you, that we Cannot procure such Houses & ac?omadatic=^^"s 
as Men of their Taste do require. Could it iKWSSiible be done, "'^^ 
would gladly shew tlieni as good a Countenance as the present 1^^*^ 
pute will admit of, But there are few good Houses in tlie place, »— "^ 
such as are belongs to Men in Trade who cannot, nor will not, r^=^"^ 
tlieni. Such Houses as we are able to procure would Satisfy a P *^^^ ^ 
Country-man to live in, but do not Please tlie Prisoners of %V -^^*' 
neither do we look upon them Sufficiant to Accommadate Geii^ 
men. The said C)nic'ei*s also produced a letter to us, from Co". 
Kean, one of the Membei-sof the Hon*''*', the Continantel Con 
bearing date the 30^^ April last, telling them they might rest Sii- 
fied that the Order of removal from Reading was Groundless, 
they might remain at Reading as long as to them Conveniant, ^ 
Therefore we know not whether they are to remain at Lebanor:^ 
aiy lime or no. If Conveniant we would lie glad they migh "t 
removed to Some »>th( r place, if not, the Officers will be oblige*^ 
except of sueh ll«)iises as we are able to procure for them. 
further Orders from your resinectable Body by this Express W' 
l>e very agreeable to 

Your Very Hum**". Serv'\, 

PHILIP GREENAWAL* 

JOHN LIGHT. 
To iht QommiiUc of S ijety at P/nhidelphta, 




AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 623 

THE GENERAL COMMITTEE TO THE COMMITTEE AT 

LEBANON. 



PniLA., May 18th, 1776. 
Gent**. : As the sole Intention of removing the Officers, Prisoners 
of War, from Reading: to your Town are to seperate theiu from t)ie 
Soldiers who are Prisoners there, this Committee are willing to in- 
dulge those Grent°. in any Station that will be most convenient and 
agreeable to them so as to answer that purpose. We therefore re- 
quest you would make known to those Gent", that if they can point 
i»ut any other place where they can be better accomm*. tlian in your 
Town, this Comm**. will give Order for their removal to it, if it can 
be done consistent with tlie Rules of the Congress. Lieut. Cup- 
paidge having applied to be removed to York Town you are desired 
to permit him so to do. Inclosed is a Resolve of this Board for 
that purpose which Mr. Cuppaidge may carry with him to York 
Town. 



THE GENERAL COMMITTEE TO THE COMMITTEE OF 

LANCASTER. 



Philadelphia, May f^"*, 1776. 

ZTo the Committee of Inspection and Observation for tlie County oj 

LancaMer, 
We are under frequent Necessity of addressing you upon Subjects 
CDf publick Concern, of whicii the present is not tlie most unim- 
j.)ortant. It is upon Occasion of the Uneasiness and Dissatisfac- 
tion, that we are told have i)revailed in some parts of the County, 
on account of thehigli Prices to which many of tlie imported Arti- 
cles of Merchandize, and some Necessaries of Life have advanced. 
IBut before we proceed further, it is proper to declare our Opinion 
Xhat the Scarcity productive of these high Prices, is not an artificial 
\)ut a real one, proceeding from the late absolute prohibitions of 
one important Bianch of our Trade, and the Risque and Danger 
^hich liave attended every other. 

From whatever Source a general Discontent arises, it cannot fail 
in this critical Season of our Affairs, to have the worst Consequences, 
but in our Capacity as Guardians in some Measure of the publick 
Welfare, it would give us infinite Satisfaction if the Evil in ques- 
tion, which will be removed witli l)etter Times, could be referred to 
its true Cause, the peculiar Situation in which tlie Country is 



524 ASSOCrATED BATTALIONS 

placed, rather than to a general Inclination in individual Tnides, 
to Rapaciousness and Extortion. If even it should be supposed 
that Avarice lias no sinitll Share in producing this Complaint, this, 
although highly blanieable should be patiently submitted to, for at 
what Time, or in what Country, has there not been some sordid 
Minds ready to prey ui)on the publick Necessities. Such Disposi- 
tion to extortion may indeed be but too common, we find it prevail 
where at least one of the Motives to it mentioned above, cannot be 
pretended. AVe have seen one of tiie Articles of our own produce, 
Flax, lately raised in price to twice its former Value. 

We know not where a liemedy can be applied, for a Knowledge 
of human nature should teacli us, tliat so inordinate and crafty a 
Vice as Avarice has Ways to elude all the Force and Restraints of 
Authority, and truly in such Cases the Interposition of Power 
would sometimes produce more mischievous Consequences than the 
Evil it affected to cure. 

We lament as the greatest Misfortune any Cause that has a Ten- 
dency to sow Discord among us, and promote Dissention, at a Time 
when nothing short of the closest Union can save us from Destruc- 
tion. We lament tliat Clamours should be excited where they can- 
not but be unavaihible ; we would rather our Countrymen should 
consider whether the real, although temi)orary Inconvenience, they 
now feel, may not by care and Industry be converted into as real 
and permanent BenoGts. It may, if rightly improved, teach us the 
Art of supplying our own Wants by our own Hands. Had it not 
been for the excessive Dearness of foreign Liimen, probably we 
should not have the present Prospect of relief in that Article, which 
the abundant Quantities of Fhixseed lately sown affords us. Hai>- 
pily there are few Wants whicli tliis Country cannot of itself sup- 
ply ; if we look al)out us, every Farm can afford some Substitute 
for almost every necessary Article that is now imported ; tbeseneed 
not be pointed out, being well known. 

It is tliese Sentiments which only can producea chearful Acquie- 
scence under the present Circumstances of our Affairs, and a de- 
termined Spirit of Exertion to resist the Efforts of Tyranny; such 
Sentiments we exi)ect will be inculcated by all Men of understand- 
ing and Inlluenoe ni tlieir resi>ective Neighbourhoods, and such 
we make no (louht from a Sense of your i)ublick Duty, as well as 
fioni youi Patriotism, and well-known Attachments to the common 
Cause, yuu will lose no Opportunity wiiatever to excite. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 525 



THE COMMITTEE AT LEBANON TO THE GENERAL 

COMMITTEE. 



Lebanon, the 28'^ <f May, I77G, 

Gentlemen : Least you should not have received two Letters 
wliich were wrote to you from Heuce Some time ago Concerning 
t:lie Prisoners who are brought from. Reading to this place, I trouble 
you again to accquaint you that there are not proper aocommoda- 
t ions for them here, therefore beg you will order them to some 
other place where they can be accommodated, the Gentlemen also 
I>e8ire to Know to whom tliey are to apply for the two Dollars p'. 
^'veek allowed to prisoners By the Congress. 

I am, Gentlemen, your Hum**. Servant, 

PHILIP GREENAWALT. 

"b the Committee of Safety^ Philadelphia, • 



miE COMMISSIONERS OF LANCASTER TO THE GEN- 

ERAL COMMITTEE. 



Lancasteii, June ^'*, 1??6. 

Gentlemen : We have received the amount of your Order, 

^rlated G"* May, 1776, which would not near answer the necessities 

^HBf the Gunsmiths Sc Sadlers, and as your Letter of the 6'' ultimo 

i nformed us, there would be a new Emission of money, hope it 

"Xwould \ye convenient to remit one thousand pounds to William 

Kawsman, Esq., by the hands of Colonel Slough. 'Twould oblige 

xis extremely, would you inform us how much the Gunsmiths are 

t:o be allow'd p^ Musquet, & what the Sadlers is to have for Car- 

^rige Boxes, Bcls, &c., or are the prices to be left to our Option ? 

We are. Gentlemen, 

Your Humble Serv"., 

ALEX'^ MARTIN, 
TnO\ CLARK, 
WILLIAM BAUSMAN, 

Comniisstoners. 



526 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



THE COMMITTEE AT LEBANON TO THE GENERAL 

COMMITTEE. 



Lebanon, June 15, 1776. 
Gentlemen : Yesterday morning before day all the prisoners 
of Warr stationed at tliis place absconded from their lodging and 
also their waiting men. Tlie Night before they made Preparations 
to go a Fishing, as they someti'mes amused themselves that Way, 
by means wliereof they were not suspected till Yesterday Evening. 
Barrington went off Yesterday about Eight O'clock, on pretence 
to be one of the Fishing party, and went by the way of Grubb's 
Forges. Two men are sent after him and hope he will be brought 
before you, before this Comes to hand. Tiiis morning the whole 
Family with whom they Lodged were Examined on Oath, touch- 
ing the matter, but no Intention of their Deserting or Obsconding, 
nor which way they toock can be Discovered. But it is Generally 
tliought here, that they have made towards New York by private 
Iloadii over tlie mountains. We have dispached persons to Jones's, 
Stump's, Relirer's, & Emrick'd, on the mountain side,to alarm the 
Country ; Therefore thought fit to acquaint you with this affair, hi 
order to receive your further Instructions how to proceed. 

We are, Gen"., 

Your Hum*. Serv**., 

PHILIP GREENAWALT. 

JOHN LIGHT. 
To tlie Committee of Lancaster, 



CAPT. GRUBB^S STATEMENT. 



I do Certify that I saw Major Rogers on Tuesday night, between 
the liours of 9 & 10 o'clock. «fc that Cap. Murray desired him to re- 
pair to his Quarters at that time as he wanted to go tlie Rounds, 
& after tliat he was playing Billiards witli Dr. Allison, and before 
the game was ended he went down stairs & in a few minutes after 
he went away Cap. Murray came in the Room to inquire after him. 
I observed that Cap. Murray was very particular with him & would 
not suffer him to walk unless he attonded him. 

Witness my hand this IP^ day of July, 1776. 

PETER GRUBB, Cap. 
Phila'. Barracks, 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. o27 



WILLIAM ATLEE TO BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. 



Ix Committee, Lancaster, 2S^ JiCy, J77G, 

Sir : Your Expres;* arrived here last Night between ten & eleven 
o'*Clock, with the Ordinance of Convention for disarming the Non- 
Associutors, and the Circnlar Letters to the Commanding Olficers 
of the Battalions of Associators in tliis Connt}', and this Morning 
about 8 o'clock we dispatched tliree Expresses to different parts of 
the County, with a circular Letter and Ordinance to each of tho 
commanding officers of the Battalions agreeable to the orders of 
Convention, so that by twelve or one o'clock to Day we expect 
tliose officers will be possessed of them & have no doubt, will do 
every thing in tiieir power to forward tiie march of the militia. 
We shall with great cheerfulness agreeable to the commands of the 
Honourable Convention ''aid and assist them as far as in our power 
to carry the Recommendation of Congress into the most immediate 
& effectual execution by providing them with every necessiu*y which 
we possibly can." We have assisted such Company? as were ready 
or nearly so, with Cash, Camp Kettles & a few Muskets and Bay- 
onets, & our Gunsmiths have l/een busy for a few Days past in re- 
pairing their arms, but we think it our Duty to mention to the Con- 
vention that our Stores are nearly exhausted. We have distributed 
our Muskets «& Bayonets so that we have hardly suflicient in good 
order to relieve (with decency) our necessary (Guards. Our Tin- 
workers are out of Tin so that no more Camp Kettles can be ex- 
pected from them, and we have taken ui) tlie chief part of the cash 
•to be found amongst the moneyed ^len, which we have distributed 
amongst the officers to enable them to advance something to such 
of their People as stood in need of it, and beg lieve to submit it to 
the Convention, whether Moneys should not be immediately lodged 
here in proper Hands, to be paid by direction of the Committee to 
the officers who march with the Militia for the use of tlieir Men, 
most of whom require some little necessarys & many of them have 
Family's with wliom tliey would choose to leave a few Shillings. 
We should be happy to have it in our power to supply these or any 
other necessary's to our Militia as they m:irch— their applications 
are to us~they expect here to be equip'd and assisted, and it gives 
us pain to see their disappointment. Our Tin workers say there is 
no Tin to be had in Philadelphia; should there be any in the pub- 
lick Magazines to spare, we could keep our Tin Men employed in 
making Kettles & Caiitins for the Troops. We shall use our best 
endeavors to keep our Gunsmiths busy, and shall do everything in 



oJS ' ASSOCIATEi) BATTALIONS 

our power tooxccute tlio orders of tlieC.'ouvention and promote the 
general Interest. 

And are. Sir, your most obedient liunible Servants, 

liy order of the Connwitteo, 

WILL. ATLEE, Chairman. 
The Honourable Benjamin Franklin, Esquire, 

President of the Convention of Pcnnayliiania. 



COL. JOHN IIUBLEYTO PRESIDENT WIIARTOX. 



LaNCASTEH, Oct\ S8**^ 177€. 

Sir : IncloscMl I send you the Depositions of Edward Cowan 
Solomon Marauchey against Peter Grubb with Grubb^s liecog^ 
zance. The behaviour of Grubb in putting the Continent 
great exi)ense and receiving a Month's pay for his Battalion 
afterwards sending his Men home is well known to the Council 
ought not to be overlooked, and he ought to be brought to an ^<^ 
count as well* for tliat, as to what the within Depositions rel^ 
speedily. He does not even deny his Sentiments and declared 
fore me that he could not tell whether he had drank ^5uccess tr^ 
King or his Health, but one or the other he did. 

I am, Sir, Your and the Council's Humble Servt, 

JOHN HUBLE 

N. B. It is likewise declared by Cowan & Marache That J 
Webb, Jr., in the sjime Company drank success to the Tories ; i 
think proi)er you will send for him, as no Committee now 
here. 





Edward Cowan l)eing duly Sworn, deposed and saith That:. ^. . 
in Ct>mpany with Peter Grubb, Richard Swan wick and otU^^^ '"'^ 
the Evening of the 27"' Instant, That the said Peter Grul^^^^^^"^' '*" 
then take a Glass of Clarret and siiid *' Success to King G-^^^ ' ;; 
which the said I)eiM)nant took to be king George of Great ^X^^^.*^^*.* 

Solomon Marauchey, l)eing likewise duly Sworn, deposed. ^'^\'"' * 
That being in same Company al)ove mentioned did hear ^ *"^ 



above named Peter Grubb take a glass of Clarret and drivj^^ see i/io 
cess to King George," which the said Dei)onant understoi^^ ^ '^* 
King George of Great Britain. tomenn 

EDW COW^ 

SOL.MAH *;:^' 
Lancaster, October SS'\ 1776. "^^HE. 

Sworn Cor. me, 

JOHN nUBLEY. M l^n 



iND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. ftiO 

Peter Grubb acknowledged himself indebted to t<ie tiitntc of 
Pennsj*. in the Hum ot £2S(i. 

Elijali Wickershum acknowledged himself indebted to the State 
«f Pennsylvania in tiie Snm of xmo. 

To be leiviedon each of tlieirGuods AUbattles, Lands and Tene- 
ments for the use of the State of Petinsylvaniti ujioii CunUUioii 
That Peter Grubb be and Appear at any Time when he sintll be 
Noticed thereto before the Council of Safety of this State or such 
other Person or Persons who shall be impowered to taiie Cognizance 
of Crimes committed against this State or the Continent of A uiericH 
tlien and there to answer, &c. the matters above l.iid to his clinrgu 
& abide the Judgment of tlie said Council or other Person or Per- 
.sons liefore whom he shall so appear, and in the mean Time be of 
good behaviour. 

PETER GRURB, 
E. WIOKERSHAM. ' 



WILLIAM ATLEE TO PRESIDENT WIIAUTON. 

Lancaster, the 16^ of N-n.-'., iTTc. 
Sti:: I wns on the 14"- instant about i past 10 o'clock in the 
^Uorning honoured with your Letter of the 12'^ with Letters ail- 
«aif>3sed to the Colonels or Commatidiuft officers of the eleven Bat- 
talions of Associators in this County (Michael Boy^r, Express), and 
^lie same Day had them forwartled ua directed in such manner that 
X liave reason to believe the olllcers had them on the IS'" in evei7 
-%xat of tlie County. 

And this Day, Stroud (your otiier Express) delivered mti your 
1.«tter of the li'" instant, with Letters addressed as above, all of 
-^I'hicb, except three or four, are I imagine by this time with the 
«jfflcers & the remainder will I hope reach them to morrow, each ac- 
<:orapanied witli .in address to the Associators. Stroud arrived liere 
'to Day at i past 12, anil proceeded after a short rest for Yorh, &c. 
Colonel Ross's Battalion meet here tomorrow mornlnir. >!fc the 
officers have hopes that by Tuesday morning a part of it will march 
Cor Philadelphia. 

I have the Honour to be with respect, 

Sir, your most ol>ed'. h'b''. Serv'., 

WILL. ATLEE. 
Xron"". Tno". Whartox, jun'. 
M-VoL. XIII. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



WILLIAM ATLEE TO DAVID RITTEXIIOUSE. 

Lancaster, ii'^Jkc., 1776. 
Sir : The request of the Cotinctl of Safety for Waggions to aftsiat 
ilie IiihabiUiitj of Philad'. in removing their Women, Children &, 
Zftvfili ejinie to hand yestei'dHy Evening. The Committee here 
yesterday hiul Hand Dills Printed & they will this day be dis)ierae(1 
tliro' the County, inviting the Farmers to send down tlieir Wag- 
gons Immediately to assist the Ph i hid elph inns. And I stop tlie 
liearer of tliis to mention to yon that there are abont sixty of our 
Wiiggpns on the Road towards tiie Jerseys with tlie Prisoners from 
hence, wiio would very probably strike across the Conntry to the 
the City, after deliverioK tiieir Loiids, if they had Notic* that they 
were wanted. 

I am. Sir, your most obed'. Serv'., 

WILL. ATLEE. 

Hon'*'. M'. RlTTENIlOUSB. 



TIIE LANCASTER COMMITTKE TO THE GENERAL 
COMMITTEE. 

Lancaster, Vie ;5" Dec'. ITfU. 

GENTr.KMEN; The inclosed isCopyof a Letter wiiicb I received 
last N iRbt by Express from Colonel liiird. And as the Moneys for- 
wanleil by tlio Council of Safely to mo to advance to tiie Companys 
whoslioull miircli from the res|iec live Biittalions in tiiis County 
:hmounte<l tobnt Six Tlionsand nine II>inilreil & sixly-six DoUais 
& i' of a Dollar, that 19 6001 Dollars fur eaciiComiwny of tenCom- 
panys. I could not comply willi the request of Col'. Burd, however, 
as he mentioned that his whole Dattalion were to march I ventured 
to send him One Tliousand DolUrs, and at the same time wrote him 
Hint I should send an Express to the Council of Safety &. perhaiM 
would have it in my Power to furnish liim better when lie reached 
Lauciister. 

Colonel Galhraith's Battalion we are told will move on Uatunlay 
next, and as he likewise may make a demand exceeeding his pro. 
portion of the Moneys forwarded to me by the Council of Safety. 
I ain reipiest'ed by tlte Committee, to ask tlie directions of the 
Council of Siifety in these and similar (.'iises during the March of 
Militiii, & should the Council think pro[>er to forward a further 



AND MILITIA OF TUB BKVOLUTION. 681 

Sum for tlieOommandinEOfacersof theBattaliODS, toreqa«Bttliat 
it may bti duue us expediiiously as itossible that tlie Men mar pro- 
vide lliemselves with iifecessurjs. The Militia of Lancaster seem 
rather backward, u wing principally to tliis, that many of our spirited 
officers and young Men are gone as Escorts to tlie Pi-isoners sent 
from hence & upon their return have hopes they will turn out to 
the assistance of their Brethren. There are a few of the Militia 
from Cumberland County arrived here, who say that large Num- 
bers are on their way down. Tlie Battalion from Northumberland 
nre also soon expected. Such numbera passing thro cannot be b.l- 
leted on the Tavernkeepers, and as our Barracks are now empty 
(except a few sick who could not be removed) they are cleaning out 
for the reception of the Troops as tJiey pnss. Providing for them 
tliere will be less expensive than at the Taverns on liillet. But as 
to this, with the mode of providing for them, the quantity of pro- 
vlsionato be allowed, the appoint aient of aCommissary to provide 
for them, the Fund and mode of payment, &c., the Committee beg 
the directions of the Council of Safety by the return of this Mes- 
seoRer. 

1 am also directed to mention to the Council that we shall im- 
mediately require a large Sum to pay the Expence of the Escorts 
and Waggons sent with the rrisoners ; tliey took near Sixty AVag- 
ifotts. Under 30j. a day we could not get a waggon to go at this 
Season of tlie Year, & even at that rate were under the necessity 
of Bending Parties of armed Men, intodiffereiit Townsliijis to press 
t/iem & bring them in. We had tnengage that they should be paid 
/tere & hope the Hon"" Council will enable ua to make them satis- 
faction on their return. 

We have frequently requested orders respecting the Baggage of 
t^Iiei officers who went from Lebanon, & should be glad to know how 
■we ore to dispose of it. 

^Ve are also considerably in Debt to the Workmen and others for 

t.lie Works carried on by the orders of Congi-ess at the Barracks 

lieK~e. Two Companies of Guards will likewise have their pay duo 

OTi the li'" instant * will want it to equip them for tlieir march to 

l?liiliid>. These things will take we think about Meen Iluudrcd 

P<»unds, which we hope we may be enabled to pay. 

Tlie Committee, to encourage the Farmers to turn out with their 
Waggons to the assistance of the Inhabitants of Piiilad*. have 
made a kind of promise that every Waggon should have a Bushel 
of Salt there on i»aying the price fixed by the Council of Safety, & 
desire me to mention that by this promise many liave engaged to 
go. A hope the Council will please to let them have some. 
I am, Gentlemen, 

Your most obed. humb'. SerV, 

WILL. ATLEE. 



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AND MILITIA OF THE AEVOLtJTION. 638 

^seemed the most agreeable to many of the officers of the Parties oh 
t;Meir way, as they had their Baggage Waggons with them & at this 
season of the year could carry Bread & Beef for three or four Days. 
'To these was added where requested some Potatoes or Turnips ^ a 
little Salt, so that at their Stages they had nothing to request of 
tl)e Landlords but House Koom & the use of Kettles to dress their 
victuals, and some dressed it before they left this. The known 
scarcity of Provisions on the Road & backwardness of Uie publick 
Hbusekeepei'^ to furnish it, induced the Committee thus far to exL 
ceed the oixlers of the Council ; they however hope the measure wiU 
be approved of by the Council and that their Commissary's just ao^ 
counts will be allowed. • ' 

On the 23<* of this month the Committee were honoured with the 
Council's Letter of the 9^^ instant, mentioning that the Council had 
sent a quantity of Powder to our care. We think it our Duty to 
mention that no Powder hath come to our charge. A quantity of 
Powder did arrive in Town a few Days before the receipt of that 
Letter, and General Mifflin being then in Town with Col. Bird from 
Heading & they having appointed Mr. George Boss, jun., a Deputy 
Quarter Master here, that Powder was by the General ordered into 
Mr. Ross's care, & is very probably the Powder meant by the Coun- 
cil. On receipt of the Letter I waited on the General, who men- 
tioned that Mr. Ross would take charge of those things, and that 
he & Mr. Bird would have the proper Guard appointed. However 
no Guard is- as yet appointed, & tlie Committee cannot look on 
themselves as liaving tlie cliarge of those things without further 
directions, & by the by, if tlie Guard is to be selected from the In- 
habitants of Lancaster or places adjacent, the committee cant help 
thinking themselves more proi)er Persons, than Strangers, to choose 
and direct it. The same thing has happened with regard to the 
Beef, &c., sent up. About tlie same time and daily since Waggons 
have arrived with those articles. They were ordered by the General 
& Mr. Bird into the care of Mr. Ross as they arrived. After a few 
(lays I found those articles by Tickets with the Waggoners were 
rJirected by Mr. Snowden, assistant Commissary, to my charge, & 
iome of the Waggoners called on me to receive their Loads & pay 
:heir C'arriage, but as Mr. Ross had received several quantities I 
iirected the residue to him & continue to do so, to prevent confu- 
lion ill the accounts, and left Mr. Ross to pay the Carriage, as it 
^ould appear absurd in me to bring a charge for Carriage of articles 
iddressed to me, when I could render no account of them. 

I am directed by the C(nninittee to mention that one, Mr. Louis 
Lorbenier, a French Priest, who by a Commission from Congress 
ippears to be a Chaplain in the Continental Service resides here 
'having left Philadelphia at the tJme of the alarm). He has a Cer- 
wiflcate from Mr. J. Gibson of a Month's pay & his Rations bevu^ 



634 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

due to him early in this Month amounting to 4H dollaro. He aeei 
to be out of Cash, & liath applied to us for his |iay. We were 
Bible of the impropriety of our paying him, but at his earnest 
treaty trouble the Council with his case for their directions, 
fais own account he seems to have been very active in our favour 
Canada & is apprehensive of very severe treatment should he f 
into the Hands of the Enemy. 
I have the pleasure to mention that Greneral Mifflin's prese 




has roused the Militia of this place to arms. Some Companies* of 
Colonel Ross's Battalion marched yesterday, some go to day, & 
others to moiTow, & they will be followed by the Town Compai:~^ay8 
of Colonel Slougli's Battalion the next day. 

The Council do me great honour by their api)robatioQ of my 
duct expressed in your Letter, & by tlie confidence placed in 
I think I shall not abuse it, & am liappy when I have it in my poi 
to render an essential service to my injured Country. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your most obedient Serv*., 

WILL. ATLE& 

Thomas Wiiauton, jun., Esquire, 

President of the Ilon^ Council of Safety. 




COL. SLOUGH TO THE GENERAL COMMITTEE. 




Lancaster, January 6**, 1777, 

Gentlemen : A few Days ago John Hubley, Esq'., Called upc^^" 
nie for a list of the C/lothing I had on hand which I Procured 
the Pennsylvania Battalions, with which I furnished him, and ha^ 
now the Honour of Sending you the Several Finislied articles ther" 
in Contained by the bearer, John Kipp,as p^ list inclosed, and ha^ 
also sent in the Ciise X". 1 Thirty Six pair of buckskin britches 
longing to Col. Ilousiiker, which I beg you will be pleased to ordi 
to he Delivereil him. as he imforms me liis men are in great waj 
of them. They are Packed in the Top of the Case with a Divisi< 
made of some Stockings «!s: a large sheet of Pa|)er between them 
those Pnrchaseil by me. The Clothing yet unfinished sliall get rea* 
so s<H>n as I receive the Cloth for faceings & wastecoats which 
l>eet Dayly. I shall alsi> Continue to Purchiise such articles as v^.- '^ ^' 
swer for Clothing. «!c have the Honour to be Gen*".^ 

Your Verv Humble Servant, 

MATTHIAS SLOUG] 

Ik* pleast^d to order a receipt to the Waj^goiier. 




AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 686 



THE COMMITTEE TO PRESIDENT WHARTON. 



Lancaster, January the 7**, 1777. 

Sir : Your Letter of theS*** instant resiiecting the Plunder In tlie 
[possession of the Hessian Prisoners was handed to nie this afternoon 
hy Express. I have not yet had an opportunity of coinmtinipatini^ 
tife Contents of it to the Gentlemen appointed with me to examine 
them, but shall do it this Evening if possible & endeavor to morrow 
to do as requested with all the address we are masters of. Your 
Express also handed to me a number of Addresses to thepublick in 
English & German which the Committee will have distributed as 
directed. Also the Resolves of the Hon^ Congress & Council 
of Safety in respect to the Continental Currency a copy of which is 
now in the Hands of the Printer to translate, with directions to 
print 1000 in Grerman Sc the like number in English agreeable to 
your Orders, whicli when done will be circulated thro' the Country 
& we hope will have a very good effect. 

I had the honour to-dny by the return of Cap*. Murray, of men- 
tioning the arrival of the Hessian Prisoners here. That on ac- 
count of tlie uneasiness of the Inhabitants we htid hired a place 
out of Town at a small distance from the Barracks as a Magazine 
for the Powder and Stores sent up here ; & that we had agreed to 
take into Continental pay a Company of about Sixty of the Militia 
U) do duty as Guard to the Prisoners, Stores, &c., until relieved by 
others who the Hon''''' Congress or Council should appoint to tliat 
iuty. With some otlier Matters as to whicli we beg the Sentiments 
jf tlie Council, 

I am, Sir, Your most obed^ humble ServS 

WILL. ATLEE. 
Thomas Wiiauton, Jr., Esquiue, 

I^re^idtfU of the Uon^ Council of Snfety. 



THE COMMITTEE TO PRESIDENT WHARTON. 



Lancasteu, the i.f* Jamiary, 1777. 
Sir : In obedience to the Orders of the Council in your Letter of 
t lie o*^ instiint to Mess". Lowman, Ilubley, Bow-sman & myself, we 
'•'»ve had the Hessian prisoners paraded & their Baggage and apart- 
'ieiits searched, and I am directed by those Gentlemen to mention 
^ the Council that we could not find anything which had U\fe wv- 
***\rance of plunder, except two or tliree ]neces ol oldbiasa \>^?i^' 




^>30 A.SSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

mountings not \vortli taking away. In the Bundle of one of them 
wiis a Sheet whicii ihe possessor assui*ed uB he bouglit at Princeton 
to make Sliirts of. & with another was a Silver Six>on which he as- 
!U3rted he brought from Germany, & as it liad the marks of age & 
German workmanship we left it with him. Not1iing«lse of value 
was to be found in their Baggage or apartments. There is a Silver-:* -^^ei 
WatcU with one of the officers of the Militia here, which was handed X^^^ed 
to him by one of the Hessian Serjeants to get repaired. In tlie^»c:ffhe 
outer Case of the Watch is a neat advertisment of a watch Makerrv^ier 
in Biiltimoi*e with a small piece of paper charging one Lieut. Mau80C^«3 isc 
with repairs & to the Chain is a Seal with the Letters F. W. M.^ . ^1-9 
and in the Hands of one of the Inhabitants here is a Silver Watchc^X si^ch 
made by Johi>ston of Liven^ool, which shews the Day of the Month*. xM .b, 
&c., for which the iwrson gave a Serjeant of the Hessians 29 Dol— -C^:3)l- 
lars. Tliese Watches we have ordered those Persons to keep itmrm m. in 
their Hands & not part with them, till they have further directions.. <ii^ ^s, 
both the Serjeants asserting they are their own property fairly pur— ""■^ -■r- 
chased & not plundered. 

I beg leave to hand the Council a List of the Ti'adesmen amongss. ^^^ 
the Ilession prisoners. A design of having the prisoners paraded^^'^^^ 
& their Names called over once or twice a week by the ofticer of tbe^^ ^ ^® 
Guard induced me to order the Serjeants of the Prisoners a Day oi 
two after their arrival to furnish Lists of their Companys, & cu- 
riosity prompted me to require the Trades of such as were Trades- 
men to be marked opposite their Names. Ui)on examining the 
Lists & fjndinp: so great a number of Tradesmen among them, I 
thought it a duty to the public to mention it to the Council, & hope 
it will please. I have no doubt but numl>ers of them would gladly 
be employed, & should it be thought proi>er to suffer it, it might 
not be amiss to fall u|M)n some method of preventing the Master 
Workmen from outbidding one another for their Services. This 
was the Case with the other prisoners when here. They would gladly 
have worked for small wag(»s rather than be confined in tlie Bar- 
racks; hands were scarce, the Master Workmen kept raising tlieir 
wages from time to time to keep them from changing places, the 
Fellows soon knew their own importance & made their own Terms, 
& the advance to them was of course charged by the Masters to the 
publick. 

Mr. Christian Wirtz yesterday presented to the Committee the 
Resolves of Council appointing him Town Major, with the Resolves 
for the Committee here to ''direct a suflicient number of aged or 
infirm Persons who are unfit to l>ear the fatigues of a Campaign to 
l)e enrolltMl under the Town Major for tiie puriK)8e of guarding the 
Prisoners in the Barracks and the ammunition i& Storcsduring the 
absence of the Militia," with the Resolve resi)ecting the march of 
t!ie i*emaining Town Companys of Col. Rosses & Col. Slough ^s Bat- 




AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 587 

<»lions. The Committee always with cheerfulness endeavour to 
mmrrj tbe Resolves of Council into execution, but upon considera- 
tion order me to mention that they think it impracticable to find 
such a Guard, after marching tlie Militia. They have tried several 
methods to get one or two of these Companys to march, but all to 
no purpose, as the language among them is tiiat all shall go or 
none will go. We had therefore some thoughts of making up a 
Company from among those who have bad the fatigue of the flying 
Camp & are lately returned. They seem entitled to a share of the 
easy military duties amongst us. Having no Families or occupa- 
tions in tbe Town they would be the more attentive to tlieir duty. 
A couple of the Block Houses at the Corners of the Stockades which 
command a view of the Stockades within & without might very 
easily & at a small expense be fitted up for their reception & there 
they might constantly & very comfortably reside and draw their 
Rations. We thing such a Company by writing to the several 
Colonels who have had Men in Uie flying Camp would be imme- 
diately had,.& the Companys. here being then upon an equal foot- 
ing we hope would march without further objections. We are sorry 
so many objections have appeared, and it gives us pain to be under 
the necessity of troubling tlie Council so frequently on the sub. 
ject. 

We are not yet favoured witli the directions of the Council re- 
specting tlie allowance to be made to the Tavern keei)ers for pro- 
viding victuals for the Militia, and as there are many instances 
where the Men have tlieir own Provisions with them or draw it 
here & have it cooked at the Taverns, we should be glad to know 
the allowance to be made the Tavernkee|)ers in those Cases for their 
Fire, Candle, &c., & trouble with them. 

Colonel Mackay writes me that the first Division of his Battalion 
left Carlisle on the IP" instant, and that the 2* cNu last were to leave 
it 'on the 12*'', on their way to Philad\ by way of Lancaster, where 
he hath requested Quarters ready for 620 Men, of which I have 
given the Quarter Master notice, & should the publick Houses be 
too much crowded with other troops, we must endeavour to pre- 
vail on the private Houses to take them. in. 
I have the honour to b?. 

Sir, your most obed^ humble Serv*., 

WILL. ATLEE. 

An officer from Col. McKay is just arrived to provide Quartei-s 
for part of the Battalion, Sc desires me to mention that the Bat- 
talion is very badly off for want of shoes & stockings, & would be 
glad two or three hundred pair of each could be forwarded so as to 
meet them on the road. lie says they puriiose waiting here three 
oi four days to rest the Men. 

77ie Hon''^' Presuknt of the Council of Safety. 



538 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



THE COMMITTEE TO PRESIDENT WHARTON. 



Lancaster, y« is^ Janmry^ 1777. 

Siu : The bearer hereof Mathew McHugli hath been confined in 
the Groal hereseveral weeks on a Mittimus of John Thome, Esquire, 
of Lebanon, a Copy of winch is liere inclosed. He liath frequently 
applied to the Committee here that he might have a hearing before 
them. But as they did not think they could properly determine in 
the matter after a Commitment by a Justice of the State tbey de- 
clined it. They have however ordered to me to take his Recogni- 
zance with three sufficient sureties (which I have done) for his ap- 
pearance before the Council of Safety, & obedience to such orders 
as they shall make in the premisses and is delivered to one of liis 
Sureties (William liell) who with the others is bound to conduct 
him to Philad*. & return him to I^ncaster Goal or otherwise dis- 
pose of him as the Council shall please to order. 

I take this opportunity to mention that the Waldeckers So Hes- 
sian prisoners under the Edcort of Lieutenants Jordan & Miller ar- 
rived here this Morninj;^ & are at the Barracks. I sIihII present tlie 
CounciFs Letter whicli came by those officers to the Committee this 
afternoon & have no doubt every Member of the Committee will 
exert themselves to carry the orders of Council in resi)ect to the 
march of the Militia here into immediate execution. 

I am, Sir, with much respect, 

Yonr most obedient Servant, 

WILL. ATLEE. 

The Ilon^blc President of the Council of Safety of Pcnixsylvanxa. 



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4 




** Lancaster County ) 

IN THE !ss; 

'*Statk of Pennsylvania. ) 

'* To the keeper of the Cmmon Goal at Lancaster in the Counttf c>/%^^^ oj 

Lancaster afoi^caaid, 

[l. s.l 

'' Thest* are in tlie name of the State of Pennsylvania afores^ to <r>^to 

command you, tliat you receive into your Custody and Goal, the *^ i lie 

Body of Mutliew M(!llnj?h late of Lebanon Town in said County. . "^^y. 

Imiholder taken and broui?ht l)efore me for suspicion of being -J-^^^K 

inimical to the freedom of America, And ujwn Examination he ^«ie 

declaring repeatedly ''That with botli his Hands he is against ;J^t 

mdeiwndence declared by tlie American States against the Tyrani- - t i- 

cal prcM^eedinpa of Great Britain." Therefore you are safely to <^^^ 

keep the said Mathew McIIugh in your said Goal until he shall ^ ^' 



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689 



be regularly discbai^ed by the Council of Safety or A Coiumittee 
tbereof. 

"Giveu under my Hand and Seal Ihe 16"* day of December, ITTe.'' 
(Signed.) JOHN TllOME. 

Dii'ected: 

"To the CowiaUenj Zibanon d^ sucAaMistonO (u h«tna^ laaifuUg 
ctUl upon on this Sttiergent otxaaion." 



THE COMMITTEE TO THE GENERAL COMMITTEE. 

In Cohhittee, Lancaster, ike 19^ January, I777. 
GeKTLEHEN : At the time tlie Britiali prisonera weie i-emove<l 
from hence, a few who were tbeti unwell continued at the Uaiiacks 
iaere. They are how bo fai recovered as to be aUe to tntvtl, aud 
CJolouel McCoy mentioning that tlie rfux Guard of hie Oattulion 
BhHil taketliem ineharge, the Committee have tliouglit best to send 
^Iiem from hence to be disposed of ;i3 the Council of Safety shall 
^liink best, as tl«y belong to the 7'" & 26" Xlegiments & are |Mirt of 
V;.)mae taken prisoners at St. John's and Chaniblee. A List of their 
.^fames are inclosed. Tliey occupied two of the Hooms in nnr IMr- 
s-Hcks. Tliose Rooms are now wanted for the Hessians & W;iL 
«3eckera. It seemed inipro[«r to have these persons so ne:ir to &, 
■mixed with the otliers, & as they were for exchange, sending theui 
sn this manner seemed to the Committee mofc elligible Uiun em- 
2->loyiDg a Guard on purpose to conduct tliem. 

I am, Geutlemeu, by order of the Committee, 

Your most obedient Servant. 

WILL. ATLEK, tV.uij-nian. 
ZJ.tie Hon"' Council of Safety of Pennsylvania. 

Jjift of British Prtsonera Kent from Lancusler wtth the Itear Guard 

of Cot. NcKoy's Botlulum, 10 January, 1777. 
« Hiver Whittle, l „,...,„ . 
John Whittle. }<^f "'« ' Rf8'«>ent- 
TStobei't Itoas, ) 



-Jal 



B Itoa 



iTilliam Uoddey. J 
lEAiTj Boddey. 

^Uary Boddey. 
^Ann Boddey. 
-1 limes Boddey. 
"Wary Stewart. 



JOf the 33" Regiment. 
Women. 



Mary Stewart. 

CiiWrni. 

Thomas Whittle. 
Sarah Whittle. 
Margaret Whittle. 

Catlmririo Whittle. 



540 



ASSOCIATED «ATTALIONS 



THE COMMITTEE TO PRESIDENT WHARTON; 



Ix C03IMITI EE, Lancaster, y' ^* January y 1777. 

Siii : On the 5*'' instant, Cap'. Murray and his Guard arrived he: 
with tlie Hessian I'risonei-s, (I think about Eight Hundred &s 
thirty) who are placed in our Barracks. Tliey are rather crowdedK::^ 
at prescnit, beinp: seventeen in a room, but in the course of a w< 
we sliall \xt able to give them more room, as the cari)euters are no 
busy in laying in Fhmrsin the additional Buildings, and when that:^ 
is done we can stow^ away a fe/ic more. They have not received th 
least insult since tliey came here, <& agreeable to the request of th 
Council of Safety, the Inhabitants seem disposed to tresit them with 
civility. They are kept from having intercourse with any but suci 
persons as the Committee i)ermits to see them, & the Rev^. Mr 
Helmutt of the Lutheran Corn: rogation, the Rer^ Mr. Helfenstei 
of tlu^ Calvinist CongregJition & Mr. Heyney of the Moravians witK 
the Members of Committee are appointed their Visitors; & tli» i 
two former proiwse sometimes giving them a Sermon in German. 

As a Guard to them «& the Stores placed here the Comraitee fln^- 
themselves under the necessity of taking into Continental i^ay abooB: 
Sixty or Seventy of the Militia of the Town, to do duty until othei^J 
may be ordered to relieve them. In the Guard none will be a 
mitted who liave shown a backwardness when catleil upon to marc 
with the Militia, «S: in a conference with Colonels Ross & Slou 
we have agreed to fix them in tiie ftillowing manner: there isonr^ 
Conip'y of Col. Boss's remaining here & two of Col. Slough's; oir 
of Colonel Slough's is immediately to march; from the other - 
Cap". Musst r's (of Boss's) are to l)e taken the Men who turned oi 
to join the Camp. Tiieso together will wo think amount to al>oi 
sixty or seventy, vS: are to do duty as one Company under one set 
otlieei-s, who are to Im' taken as ecpially as may Ik? from the t 
Companys & be charge<l monthly, & as to those who have skulk 
we are determined to 1k' active in securing tla*m & forwaixlingthe 
after their ('t)nip.niys. 

The Inhabitants being imeasy at the Powder & some other Sto 
iK'ing placed in our Court Ib)nse & new Goal, we have taken tl' 
House at Mr. Fortinoe's out-lA)t (a place known to the Menil)e 
from henciO for its inception. It seems the most proper place aboi 
the Town for a Magazine, <& Mr. (r. Ross, jun.,or some Person ui 
der his direction will we lielieve begin this day to lemove the Pov 
der, &c., there. It is within view of the Guard House at the Ba 
racks & proper Centries will be placed to secure it. We are olli 

-"«<imini jj||. Jf OKJ^jja Uiat tlie piiblick will make good to hira ai 

sustain by the Po?rder & Sto: 






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It 



'«Zm4x*i 





AND MIHTIA OF THE REVOLUTION. «! 

As our Buracka are now takou up with the Prisoners, we are 
again obliged to place tlie Militia & Tioops i>asBiug tliro' liero 
among the Taverns. Tliey are mucli averse to it, & many of tliem 
took down their Bigiis uiion the occaeion. However a deputation 
from the Committee went round amouffst tliem, & promised to use 
our influence with the Council to have their Allowance increased tn 
]2d or 15i p*. Meal, upon which the Q^ Master wae desired to pi'o- 
ceed in placing the Trooja with the Tiivern keepers & tliey liave, 
tlio' much i^ainst the Grain, accepted them. We l)eji the Council's 
sentiments on this matter. The prices of every kind rif provisions 
amongst us are greatly riiiseU, & it is really difficult to get the nec- 
easary supplys for the Town from tlie Farmers as heretofore, an 
evil which if not aoonremidied may be productive of bad con se- 
cjuences. 

By order of the Committee, 

1 have the honor to be. 

Sir, your most'obed'. Serv'., 

WILL. ATLEE, Chairman. 
17U031A8 Whartou, juu., Esquire. 



UOL. HUBLEY TO THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

Lancaster, JoJtwnri/ £(?", 177P. 
^b the Suprimt Exei:ulive Council for the Slate of Peiinxijleania: 

The Be presentation and Petition of Michael Ilubley, Barrack 
ISIaster in & tm- the County of Lancaster, in tlie State of Penn- 
sylvania, 

Slieieetli: That your Petitioner was Appointed to the Office of Bar- 
xack Master aforesaid by your Honours, on December the 18th Inst 
-was a Year, with the Bank & Pay of Captain. Tliat since his first 
Appointment the Business of the said OIBce has Vastly increased, 
4>^iecially since the Loss of the City of Philadelphia. That your 
Petitioner is Obliged to keep and use a Horse continually, having 
never been able as yet to procure any Forrage from tite Quarter 
Master, without which it would be Impossible to perform the busi- 
ness required to procure Wood, &c., for tlie Barracks & different 
other IHaces where Soldiers are quartered. Tliat, that expence 
alone la very little inferior to his pay whicli he now receives. That 
lie ia aorry to say that the Barrack Master General by no means 
gives him that Assistance, which at this Time is so especially nec- 
eianTy or does he allow him such proper deputies, as the Nature of 
his Office requires. 



542 AUSOUIATED BATTALIONS 

Your Petitioner tlierefore pmya Uint your Ilunoiirs will pleaae to 
take tlie I'reoiides into your Conaiderutioii, And iimke such Order 
tliereiii by Aug men tat Ion of his Pny, and Power to procure such 
AraistMnce by Deputies or otherwise hs t)ie Public Service esiiectally 
Ht this Time Hbeoiutely requirea, or as to your Honours sliall seem 
Meet. 

And your Petitioner will allwikys pmy, 

M. IIUBLEV, li. M. 
Indorsed : 
Granted. 



MAJOR SCIINEIDEE TO CAPT. JENKINS. 

Lancasteti. March the tv, 1778, 
.Sik: Tlie collectinft of SubstLtutlun money & Hues and delin- 
quenths under the militia Lhw iu the County of Lancaster being 
ail aiilnouH task, & 1 nm desirous tliat sucli delinquentlis might he 
ti'ertted in tlie most milde terms possible by calling on them for sucli 
their deflcieiicies in an amluublu manner, l^efore umcers under the 
Law itra sent to their Duars to destrain their property on AcC of 
tlie Debts affors''. These are therefore to authorize & require you 
to call upon all such dellnquenths within the Bounds of your Com- 
panie, demand tlie Rea|)ective Sums by them so due. Including n 
retain of 6 per cent. Sucli who jiay you their monies yon'l return 
to me as sooti as convenient & such who deny Payment I'etuni their 
names to me that the t^w may !« put into its fullest extent against 
them. For yinir trouble ynu shiill receive 20 / per Day for each Day 
you are employed in that Service. 

SIMON SCnXEIDEK. 
Svb-Lxtul. of Lancatter Coimty. 



WILLIAM ATLEE TO COL. SAMUEL J. ATLEE. 



f9* Ap'.. 1770. 

Deau BitOTiiER : When I left Philad'., the Council liad under 
consideration my iillowaiice as Dy. Corny. Gen', of Musters for 
Lane'. County, & Mr. Bryan told me their order would be forwarded 
to me to Chester. It is not yet come to hand, ifc as I purpose leftv- 
Inx this to morrow Monijng for Wilmington, where I have a little 
business to transact, I shall take It as a favour if you will speak to 



AND MILITIA OF THE EEVOLUTION. 543 

JM r. MatlHck to know if that business of mine is settled, & ftet the 
order for me and forward it to me to l4incHSter, where I txpect to 
L>A on Saturday eveGing. 

OompllmeDls to Gen'. Armstrong & the Family. 

Your iifP. Bi-other, 

WILL. ATLEE. 



WILLIAM ATLEE TO PRESIDENT REED. 

Lancaster, Ikeember \f Sff, 1T70. 
Dbar Sir : I have the honour of your Letter of tlie 22^ instant, 
v-wpectiiig llie J^nds called the Indian Town, in or near Oonnestogoe 
^^Maiiour, said Xm be purchased lately by Mr. John Musser from John 
!&'enu, Esqiiite ; and had hopes that among my old Pajiers I should 
B Biive found some MemorHndums, which would have afforded me 
"^iie pleasure of Kiving Council, with exactness, the contents of the 
avgreement between Williiim Penn& the Indians as to those I.andf. 
^f\s upon the Indians being killed at the Town, the (then) SherilT, 
•lulin Hay, Esquire, secured tlieir Papers and I took a particular 
3«ccount of theoi, (witli the Indian and Country Names of the In- 
dians belonging to the Town & the Tribes tliey were of), & imagined 
I still have it, tho' after two Days search among old dusty Papers 
I can't yet lay my Hands upon it. 

I have found the List which I then took of the Indians who were 
killed at the T^wn A in the Work House tn Lancaster, and the 
Tongh Draught of a Letter which I penned from tlie Sheriff to the 
tlien Governor, to wlioin the Deeds and Papers were (I think) sent. 
In this Draught is a short account of tlie Papers ; but not bo par- 
ticularly set forth as in the List or Memorandum I took for myself. 
However here follows extracts from it relating to tlieni : 

"A writing on Parchment purjwrting an article of iteaceft amity 
concluded on between tlie Governor of Maryland & Cap'. Civility, 
Chief of the Gonnestogoe Indians ; Massawanoe, Cliief of the Cha- 
wanas ; Wewinjock, Chief of the Connoyes, and Owakelo. Chief of 
the Delaware Indiana in behalf of themselves & the Indians under 
their Govemment." 

"A Letter (which seems to be under the lesser Seal of the Pro- 
vince) signed W. Keith, dated Phlludelphia, May 26'\ 1T19, directed 
to CIvilH]' & the rest of tlie Indian Chiefs at Connestogoe." 

"A writing purporting a Letter (which seems to be under the 
leaser Seal of the Province) signed W. Keith, dated at Pliilad', S" 
Uay, 1719, directed toCivilityor Tagoteleasaand the Indian Chiefs 
at and near Connestogoe." 




544 ASSOCIxVTED BATTALIONS 

''A writing purporting a Letter signed James Logan, dated t 
22«* 4 '"°., 1717, directed to Civility & tlie other Indian Chiefs at 
nestogoe." 

**A paper (v/liich seems to be under tlie lesser Seal of the Provin^^^ ,ce) 
signed James Logan, Secr'y, & purp:)rting an order of Council hi^ ,^el(l 
at fliilad', Sept. y 28^", 1708, or request to tlie Indians to apiJ^r_^re. 
hend Nicole Godin on suspicion of several treasonable practi .^ces 
against the Government, <fcc." 

**An article of agreement of the three & twentieth Day of tlje 

second month, called April, in the year one thousand seven H un- 
dred & one, Between William Penn, Proprietary, &c., on the one 
part, and Connoodaytoh, King of the Indians inhabiting in or afa^^sout 
theliiver 8us(iuahannah,and VVidaggh, Roqueeash ; and Anda g^^g p-, 
junkquagh. Chief of the said Nations of Indians; Woi>atblha, Kzming, 
and Lemoytungth and Pemoyajooagh, Chiefs of the Nation of the 
Shawonnah Indians ; and Abookaffoough, Brother to the Emp^^ror 
for and in behalf of the Emperor (and Wecwhinjough, Cheeq^ mjit- 
tsigh, Tekyewsan & Woapatkoa Chiefs) of the Nations of the In- 
dians inhabiting in and about the northern imrt of the River Foto- 
mack in the said Province, for and in behalf of themselves and suc- 
cessors & their several Nations and i)eople on the other part." 

This last, I tiiink, is the article which relates to those LandB^ ^ 
as near as I can recollect they were to remain for the use of * 
Family of the Mingo Tribe, of which iShehaes or Jo. Hays, an ol*^l 
Indian man who was killed at the Town, was then the head, ai*^ 
their or his Descendants, & uix)n that Family's extinction, to r^^" 
main to the Proprietors; but as my memory may not serve me, ^^ 
as to give a true state of the affair, at this distance of time, I sli*- ^* 
as you request, endeavour to get some information from Mrs. S«-*- 
sanna Wright, & shall in the meantime have a further search f^^^ 
my memorandum resi)ecting it. 

Mr. Musser was at my House the day after I received your L#e^- 
ter, & I then learning from him that he had not yet received a Dee^ 
for tlie Lands nor paid the whole purchase money, I noticed bi^^^ 
against proceeding further in the affair, & advised him to wait <^^^ 
the Council resi)ecting it ; which he assured me he would do in tl»^ 
course of a few Days. He has since left I^ancaster for Philadelplii: ■ * 

Mr. Barton hopes he will be allowed to take the Crop in tl»^ 
Ground for the benefit of himself & the young Family his Fath^*" 
has left behind, as it was put in before they liad any noti<^^ 
of the sale by Mr. Penn, or tlie claim of the State, and' Mr. Ha^ ^ 
the agent will, in the Course of a Day or two, go and take posse^^ 
sion of the place for the State. 

I shall not fail to deliver your Message to my Brother as soon 
I see him, which I hourly expect. I find there are some Person 
amongst U3 who purpose pushing him for Couucellor in case of th< 



AND MILITIA OF THE BEVOLUTIOX. 5« 

v«8ignation of Col. Smilb. What his own aentiments are on this 
subject I don't jret know, but I tbink I shall iidviee bim agafnat it. 
Hn. Atlee Joins me ]n the Compliments of the season to ;our 
Xi'ireside, & I am, witb the most sincere esteem. 

Dear Sir, your most obedient & very humble Servant, 

WILL. ATLEE. 
31^ Deif., A. M. 
I have this moment seen Hr. W". Hay, the son ot Sheriff Hay, 
^rho says he has among his Father's Papers a receipt for the Papers 
wrhicli belonged to the Indians, and as soon as he returns home will 
swHrc)) for it and forward it to roe. If )» does I shall do myself the 
^Honour to give it a speedy conveyance to you. 

1" Jan'y, 1780. 
I have just received the inclosed from Mr. Hay. I had desired 
liim to give me his sentiments of the )^t^eement between Mr. Penn 
A the Indians, without mentioning mine to lilm, & as he sends them 
to me I forward them. 



WILLIAM IIAY TO WILLIAM ATLEE. 

January ;", }'S0. 
To t/te Hoaorabh Willtam Atlee, Esq'.: 

Sir : The Indian Rights for the land in the Canastoga mennor 
were lodged in my liaTids and lay with me for some considerable 
time. Upon an order (from whom I can't at pieaent recollect) I 
delivered the writing to Cap'°. Thomas McKee and took his Receipt 
for the delivery of the same, to tlie person who sent the order. The 
Grant of the land to tlie Indians gave tliem a Riglit to the land no 
longer than they pleased to live on the same. They had no Right 
to sell if they left it. This I think was the Tenuor of their Right. 
I will look for the Receipt when 1 go home and send it to you. 
I am, sir, your Honor's most Humble Servant, 

W-. HAY. 



•XIIE COMMITTEE AT LEBANON TO UOL. SAMUEL J. 
ATLEE. 

Lebanok, SepUmber 30", 1780. 
D". S'. : We beg leave to acquaint you of the great difficulties we 
■^ «w Labour under on account of sundrey disaffected and rebelious 
»«reons Inhabiting In one Cup'. John Moor's Company of our Bat- 
8-'>-Voi.. XII[. 



646 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

talion, who utter every unbecoming riotous expressions, oppossl^VM^ 
and resisting tlie Laws of this State, speaking contemptously agai rm ^t 
them, defaming, slandering, and scofing Congress and Gren^K-aai 
Washington in a mean manner, to the great.est Astonisliment s^Kmd 
vexation of the spirited and well Affected people and bad exann ^^le 
of others, Absolutely refusing either to Attend on any of the ^n. 
ercising djiys and i>aying their Fines for non-attendance, as also '^Ije 
Assessment for hiring tlie Volunteers, and wo have given theiiA a^ll 
the indulgence and patience we Lawfully could to avoid the di^ 
agreeable steps which we are now comiielled to take, having put; up 
Advertisements in their district wlierein we appointed a day 
quired tiiem to meet and pay their Fines and Volunteer 
ments. Offered to take tlie same without any further Cliars^ or 
cost, but contrary and against all the good intents and meaoing 
they refused to make payment tliereof and continued in their old 
absurd way ; menaced and abused the CoUecter in a rough ma-xi' 
ner, expressed sundrey menacing words against him, that he should 
be a dead man if he Attempted to demand the Fines or any ps».^^ 
thereof. In consequence of which he demanded Assistance and ^*'® 
Furnislied liim with seven men, with whom lie proceded agait*^ 
them and made sundrey distresses, but soon tliedissiffected 
bled about Forty in Number, all provided with Clnbs, and resij 
the Collecter in i)erforming his duty. He then retired from tt»^*^ 
place and demanded a more Sufficient Number of Assistance. V^^^ 
then applied to Col". Clerk and Col". Rogers for thirty men of th^^^ 
Battalion, which Number we expect will arrive on Monday ^^^ 
Tuesday next. 

We herewith inclose you a List of the ringleaders of said aggi""^*^" 
sors, amongst whom is Henry Sheffer, one of the Justices of tf"^® 
peace, who issues his Warrant for Apprehending Captain Jol^ ^ 
Moore for returning the said Aggressors as Absentees, agreeable C-**^ 
Law. Wo lx»g leave to be informed how to proceed against XM&C^^^'' 
whether they are to be prosecuted agreeable to the civel Law or i\\^^ ^^ 
Military, as tliey deserve exemplary punishment. 

As Ammunition is highly essential at this place, we have given^^. 
Col*, (xrubb an order on the Commissjiry of Military Stores in Lan- ^^ 
caster for ^ 

If the Conimissiiry should refuse to deliver it upon s'*. order, then ^ 
you will please to take sucli measures to obtain the same as you 
shall tliink pro^^r. We cannot sufficiently Express our sorrow and 
anxiety on this occasion, :us we was informed that thie Aggressors 
were all on horseUtck last nignt to pursue the Collecter in order to 
make an Ass:iult. We are intended to bring this Controversie to an 
end with all ixissible Dispatch, let the consequence thereof be what- 
ever they will, but foar it will end with Tragedy, which is a matter 
•that workes daily A Hourly upou our minds. We greatlj depend 



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AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 547 

vipon your Advice, Aid, and Assistance in the premisses. The 
S«arer hereof, Col'. Crubb, will give you a more particular Account 
of the Affair. 

We are, S'., with due respect, iu haste. 

Your Very Il'ble Serv"., 

CHRISTOPII KUCKER, 
Sub X. L, County, 
THOMAS EDWARDS, L. C. 

F. S. We are informed that the Militia of other Battalions are 
oaiUed to rendezvous at Lancaster next week, and no positive marcli- 
ing orders are come to our hands yet, and we are of opinion that 
t;lie same must be mislaid, you will therefore please to inform us if 
SLTky marching Orders. 

^. 6. We afterwards found that a sufficient Quantity of Ammu- 
v^ition is in the possession of OoP. Marsteller. 

To Cot*. Samuel Jn\ AtUe, Esq'. 



CHRISTIAN WIRTZ TO SUPREME EXECUTIVE 

COUNCIL. 



Philadelphia, Fehru. 15*^, 1781. 

ZTo The Hon^ The Executive Council of the State of Pennsylvania: 

The Representation of Christian Wirtz, Commissioner of Pur- 
cshases for Lancaster County, 

Sheweth, That he hath since his appointment as Commissioner 
^f Purchases found the Business so extensive as to require at least 
One Clerk and Two Assistants, and as it is well known that the 
allowance for purchasing of Supplies for the use of the Army is In- 
adequate to the Expences and Fees for Clerks and Assistants, He 
prays The Hon*"** Executive Council may be pleased to Grant Al- 
lowance for Clerk and Assistants, In order that he may be enabled 
%o make the purchases required from s'*. County. It cannot be ex- 
pected that the Commissioner would Sacrifise his private Property 
:for that of the Public. As he intends setting out from the City to 
Dajy be b^is Council's Determination. 

And will ever pray, &c., &c., 

CHRISTIAN WIRTZ, 
Comm, of Parch, for Lancaster County. 



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WILLIAM ATLEE TO SAMUEL J. ATLEE. 

Lancaster, y le Sept., mi. 
Dear Brother : The bearer of this, Mrs. Bradburn, is in pur- 
It of her Husbimd. It is said by some tliat he Is in N. York, & 
■ others that he is in Jersey. Slie can give you the circamatances 

his going away from lience. 

If witen she arrives in Pliilad*. she should be able to learn where 
I is, &, that tie is N. York, she purposes to g:o to him, but as that 
,a't be done witli safety to Iierself, without proper passports, she 
!g8 me to write to you & request you will give her such assistance 

that way as you may witli propriety. 

The poor woman is much distressed. We have endeavoured to 
evall with her to stay liere, where she has two Children yet re- 
aining, but to no purpose, & she is in a bad condition for travel. 

!«. 

I thank you much for being so attentive tu us Country Folks in 
rwarding tbe News * Papers. 

& am your afiect. Bro., 

WILL. ATLEE. 
I wish I could get logdinga at Jacob Barge's when I come down 
xt week. 



COL. ADAM UUBI.ET TO PRESIDENT MOOEji. 

Lancaster, Soremher Sff*, 1781. 
■>IR : IncloJ>ed, I transmit your Excellency, the Proceedings of a 
Fieriil Court-martial, with other {Mjiers, held for the Trial of sun- 
iy Prisoners of the Militia on duty at this place, for your Excel- 
icy's perusal 9l orders thereupon. 

four Excellency will observe, that Stephen Long ft James Dick, 
vo at tlie Prisoners are recommended for a Pardon. Circuro- 
mces, in my opinion justify the lenity of the Court, and I would 
^ to add (& particularly as I am requested by some of the members 
y* Court) your Excellency's mercy should also be extended to 
e other two Prisoners, viz; George Lenhare & Titrich Bow. 
le whole beliaviour of those lada proceeded (as it now clearly np- 
ars to me) from ignorance & a culpable conduct of some of the 
Icera. 

Mr. Hambright has requested. I would mention bis situation to 
>ur Excellency & Council, bis situation witli respect to the Bar- 
aks at this place. Notwithstanding his frequent applications to 



650 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

tlH' Board of War, tSic, for money to keep them in proper order, he 
has not been furnished with a six i)ence, nor can he procure on the 
Credit of the public even a person to sweep the Chimneys. The 
Barracks at several times, for want of sweeping has taken fiie, and 
unless he is enabled to keep the chimneys clean, I fear 8ome acri- 
dent will in the course of this winter take place. As the Prisoners 
are not the most careful people, nor would they care aDythinfc if 
they burned to the ground. 

From those circumstances, your Excellency & Council will pro- 
bably judge it necessary to give some orders, and enable the Bar- 
i-ack-master to have tliem put and kept in order. Some other 
necessary repairs are also wanting, which Council will likewise 
please to consider. 

I wrote your Excellency, some time hence, respecting Cartridge- 
boxes now in the Possession of Mr. Henry. I would beg to remind 
your Excellency thereof. 

I have tlie Honor to be with every respect, 

Your Excellency's most Ob*. & very D. Serv*., 

AD™. IIUBLEY, Jr., LK U. O. 



Proceedings of a General Conrtmartial held at La'^icasier by order of 
CoL Jiubleyy Lieutenant of Lancaster <)ounty. 

November i6**, J7S1. 
Lieut. Col. James Boss, President. 

Members, 

Capt. Hubley. Capt. Stadler. 

Capt. Boyd. Capt. Miller. 

Lieut. Trisler. Lieut. Hubley. 

Lieut. Ofner. Lieut. Newman. 

Lieut. Weitzell. Lieut. Maroney. 

Lieut. Mills. Lieut. Hickman. 

Captain Wirtz appointed Judge Advocate. 

The Court being sworn, proceeded to the Trial of Stephen Lc^ 
James Dick, Dietrich Row, and George I-ienhere, Privates of O 
tain Patton's Company, (beloning to a Detachment of Militia ti 
in the actual Service of the United States of America at Lancaa 
for the Puri)ose of guarding the Public Stores, and Britisli 
oners at s<iid Placfc.) brought before the Court charged with 
Breach of iK)sitive ordera and conduct subversive to all regulatio:^ 
and military Discipline. 

The s**. Stephen Long, James Dick, Dietrich Row, and Geo 
Lenhere, being arraigned, They and each of them Plead Guity r to 
afs**. Charge, being a Breach of positive orders and conduct 8ubve<^^nr. 
sive to all regulations and military Discipline. 






AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 661 

The Court are of opinion that the Prisoners fall under theS^ 
.A^rticle of the 18'" Section of the Rules and Regulations of the 
IB'ederal Army, Sentence Stephen Long and James Dick to receive 
X'wenty-one Lashes each on their bare Back, and Dietrich Row and 
Oeorge Lenhere to receive Fifty Lashes each. 

The Court further considering the former good Behaviour and 
CJharacter of Stephen Long and James Dick, take the Liberty of 
K-ecommending the s**. Long and Dick, to Uis Excellency the Presi- 
deot and Commander-in-Chief, for Pardon. 

By order of the Court, 

JAMES ROSS, L^ Col., 
President & B. L, C, M. 



Lancaster, Noveniher eo^, 1781. 
Obdebs. 

A General Court-martial (of the Militia) will Convene to morrow 
morning, 10 o'clock, at such place as they shall appoint, for the 
Trial of Stephen Long, James Dick, Dietrick Row & George Len- 
liere, Soldiers in the 7*"» Class, 6*** Battalion, Lancaster County 
Militia, now in the actual service of the United States of America. 
The Court will be furnished with the Crime of the Prisoners. 

The Prisoners are immediately to be acquainted with & prepare 
for Trial. All Evidences to be notifyed & attend the Court, at the 
time & place appointed. 

The Adjutant will direct two Orderly Serjeants to attend the Court. 

AD™. HUBLEY, Jii., U, L\ C 



COL. HUBLEY TO PRESIDENT MOORE. 



Lancaster, April ;?^*, 1783, 
Sir : Colo. Kucher requests your Excellency will present to Coun- 
cil the inclosed resignation of tiis office as Sub-Lieutenant of Lan- 
caster County, and prays Council will please to accept of it. 

It will be necessary, least delays in that district should take 
place, that some person should as soon as possible be appointed to 
succeed Mr. Kucher. 

I shall take the liberty to recommend as a proper person for that 
purpose, Mr. Glonninger, a young gentlemen, much esteemed in 
that Quarter, and from the recommendations as well as personal 
knowledge, which I have of him, I am well assured the appoint- 
ment will be perfectly agreeable to the people. 

I have the Honor to be with every respect, 

Your Excellency's most ob*. D. Serv*., 

AD-. HUBLEY, Jr., I/. L\ C. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



WILLIAM HENRY TO PRESIDENT MOORE. 

Lancaster, May ts'*, i~8t. 
Sib: I have advanced £2,44S towards Heeruitiiig the Pennsyl- 
vania Line, Fort; Elf;ht pounds more than I have orders for. The 
Recruiting Service Koes on but etuwly . 1 sboiild for my part be 
glad to liave my Account settled, »nd perhaps 11 would be prudent 
for Col°. Thomiiaon to have lits settlt^d with the ofQcera, as there is 
little more to be done at present. I returned yesterday from Car- 
lisle, wtiere 1 was summoned to give Evidence in Behalf of the 
State in General Roberdeaii's Action for Damages sustained in 
Carrying on the Lead-Works ou Juniata. The Jurey found for the 
State generally. 

I am, Sir, your obed'. bum. Serv*., 

WILLIAM HENRY. 
Ilis Excellency William Mooub, Esq'. 



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MOSTKR ROLLS AND PAPERS 



RELATING TO THE 



ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA 



OF THE 



CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. 



CITY AND COUNTY LIEUTENANTS. 

Fon TUF.ClTY. 

Jacob Morgan, March 29, 177 

Jambs ItEEi), (ti'ce Morgan discli urged.) - April 10, ITT 

William Henry, June 8, 177 

TiioaiAsPiiOCTOR, (iHc« Henry resigned,) - Sept. 10, ITS 



For the County. 

William Coatb, - . ... March 12, ITTT. 

Arciiihald Thompson, (temporary.) - - Feb. 18, ITTH. 

Col. William Coats, Uarcb 'JB, ITSu. 



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MUSTER ROLLS OF ASSOCIATORS. 



OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION— 1775. 



Jacob Morgan. 



First Battalion. 

CoUytiel. 
John Dickinson. 

LietUenant Colonel. 
John Chevalier. 

Majors. 

William Coats. 

Quarter Master. 
Matthew Clarkson. 



John Cox. 



Thomas Mifflin. 



Second Battalion. 

Colonel. 
Daniel Roberdeau. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Joseph Reed. 

Majors. 

John Bayard. 



Third Battalion. 

Colonel. 
John Cadwalader. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
John Nixon. 

Majors. 

Samuel Meredith. 

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5epl<mber tl. Guard at the poteder koa»t. 
jHCob UlMppiLnl, Seqteant. Christoplter Faiuter. 

George SheKts. Jutin Wood. 

George Bakeoven. Bobert PattersoD. 

Oeorgv Garlin. 

Octofter loth, 177S. Capt. Eyre's men on gvarA at the StaU Houe. 
Peter Browne. John Brown. 

Joseph Robinett. Jacob Jones. 

Richard Rby!. Joseph Hopkins. 

John Wood. Thomiis Palmer. 

Michael Vopes. 



OilobfT lOtii, I77S. Ouardal 

James PenOelbcrry, Sergeant. 

John Moode. 

William McMicbael. 

Jonathan Grice. 
At tlie poteder house. 

George Shfats, Sergeant. 

George Medere. 

George Fox. 

George Bakeoven. 
Tfovntber Oth. Cnpt. Eyre's 

Joseph Robinett, ) 

William Tuiiii-i 

Bicliard Ry iil. 

Henry Brewster, 

David Brad si law. 
<ieorge Pfister. 
Alexander James. 
John Rush. 



J Sergeants. 



the Goal 
UhriBtoplier Fainter. 
George Groeakop. 
Jonathan Wriglit. 
Jacob Sheppard. 

Conrad Lutes. 
Peter Paris. 
John "Wilkin. 

Robert Davis, 
George Fox. 
William Giiliinop. 
Beiijamin Co rat. 
David Derrick. 
Thomas Palmer. 
John Bain. 
Coniad Stuger. 



ABSENTEES— CAPT. WILLIAMS' COMPANY. 

I>e<xmber IS, 1775. 
A list of men alsent in Capt. Williams' company which have not 
»«.p|ieared at Camp. This is, by order of Colonel Morgan, to be de- 
1 ivered to Council of Safety. Jereuiaii Bakbii, ImuI. 

-Tohn CoOman, in Cnlloh ill street- Samuel Clinton, boat biiUdpr. 
CBSeorge Tolman, bntcher. Benjamin Trotter, boat builder. 

-Vohn Muckelvain, butcher. Hugh Bay, grocer. 

"^Yilliam Williams, boat builder. William Aahton. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



ABSENTEES OF LIGHT INFANTRY COMPANY. 



Return of AbamUu hiiimging to Lvjht Infv-ntry Comiian/i of Pliiln 



Jncob Spicer. 
Stacy Hepburn. 
John Carnan. 
Peter Stretch. 
John Eviins. 
Benjumhi Evan a, 
Maurice Rogers. 
John Brown. 
William Smith. 
John Lsdd Howell, j 



deljihta. 

Edward White. 
Tliomaa Steel, on Furlough. 
Robert Duncan. 
William Lenox. 
John Groves. 
Caleb Parr. 
Edward Shippen. 
On public Geoi^ Bensell. 
service. Luke Keating. 



OFFICERS OF FLYING CAMP.— 1776. 

Colnnel. 

Robert I^wis. 

Lkttitnant ('oh\tel. 

Isaac Hughes. 

John Moore. 

Second Mojnr. 

Marshal Edwards. 

Ensign. 

Dr. Enoch Edwnrds. 

ji^'udint. 

Solomon llusli. 



Archibald Thompson. 
George Smith. 
Henry Derringer. 
Jacob T^ughlin. 
Rudol|>)i Neff. 



Aaron Levering. 
Christian Snyder. 
Henry Pawling. 
Joseph Jones. ' 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



^anlial Edwards. 
iMlomon Biiah. 
Samuel Swift. 
Willi&m Wilson. 
Cusper Dull. 
Samuel Haines. 

William Armstrong. 
Leonard Doll, 
.fames Hazlet. 
lieorge Bringhurat. 

-Andrew Bard. 
Williftm Nortli. 
"Wiliam Knox. 
Abraham Duffleld. 



first lAeuUnunta. 

Grandus Schlatter. 
Mordecai Morgan. 
David Sctirack. 
Stephen Porter. 
Thomas Boesiter. 

Second Lieitlettanlt. 

Matthew Holgute. 
Jesse Roberts. 
Alexander Hull. 
Peacock Major. 
Eniigni. 

Nathaniel Childs. 
Alexander Wright. 
James Putts. 
Bees Munna. 



CAPTAIN BENJAMIN LOXLEY'S COMPANY_i776. 

Mvjit^ Boll iif the First Comparty of ArtiHeri/, of Philadelphia, July 

S4lh, 1776, Cohnel, Hamuel Mifflin. 

Captain. 

Benjamin Loxley. 

Captain Lieutenant. 

Benjamin Armitage. 

First Lieutennnt. 

Francis 6 rice. 

Second Lieutenant. 

Jnmea Neville. 

Enqiiieer. 

Benjamin Davis. 

Lieutenant Fire-toorker. 

Abraham Loxley. 

Secretary. 

Clerk of Storee. 
Thomas Neville. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Vondvclor. 
Glover Hunt. 



First. Andrew Trimmers. 
Second, iBtimue] Dtilby. 



First, Peter Morgan. 



tkrgeania. 

Third, Joseph Thomhill. 

Fourtli, John Tliornliill. 
Corporalt. 

Second, William Flnley. 



BonAnrdieri. 
First, Balser Stoneford. Fourtli, William Salsberry. 

■Second, Cliriatian Muaer. Fifth, Richurd RedmHn. 

Third) Wiltiam Preston, Au|{iist. Sixth, Jesse Willinmson. 
on furlouKli for eight days. Seventli, Samuel Siiiert. 
Ounners. 
Allen , Joseph. Larimare, Thomas. 

Beaclily, Cliristlan, wlieeler. Magg, Jacob, wheeler. 



Blair, John. 
Breechan. William. 
Breeding, John, Runner. 
Burness, John. 
Cape, Peter. 
Davis, John. 
Ftucan, Eilmnnd. 
PerguHon, Siimtifl. 
Core, William, 
(irice, Ji)sei>!i, joined n: 

16. 
Hull, Richard, carpeiite 
Iliilvei-stailt. .lolin. 
HofFmiin, Viilwitine. 
IIuttoii,(;Hn-Re. 
.Tones, tiritlith. 
Jnatici', Lawrence. 



Comly, Abraham. 

Daniel, John Hall, one team. 

Ijiwrencp, William. 

Shiney, Lawrence, a 12 Ihr., 
wagon mitster. 

Shiney, Uichael, at cannon, wag- 
oner. 

[For kjournal of the campaign 
inOi Id which this comimny 
* Tol. 1, pw* 22S, etc.] 



Mansel, Levi, drummer. 

Mosely, Richard. 

Norria, James. 

Pearcy, Jacob, flfer- 

Fritchett, Rowland. 

Robiaon, William. 

Shephard, Robert, carpenter. 

Stride, Joseph, arrived A ugust 4, 
ut Amboy Camp, according t<> 
August furlough. 

Tucker, John. 

White, John, joined us August 
19. 

Whitehead, Mattliew, flrst gun- 
ner. 

Williamson, Daniel. 

Yearhouse, George. 
Wngnntra. 

Smith, Peter, a 1:! lb. cannon. 

V leant, Cross, 

Spencer, Nicholas, and his cook, 
a negro man, iie settled for liis 

Weaver, Michael. 

Weaver, Henry, son of Micliael 

Weaver, 
to Amboy, July 21 . 1776, to Auetia.f 
IHirticipated, see Coll. Hist. Soc., 



AND MILITIA OF THE KEVOLUTION. 



CAPTAIN WM. BOWER'S COMPANY— 1776. 



PiHLADELpniA, Deixmber the 5. I77G. 

We the Subscribers do agree to Sarve in tlie tjarvis of Our Cimnlry 

under the CommftDd of Captain William Boweis tn the Pirat Bat- 

tnlion of Millitin Philadelphia Conianded By Curnil Uoi^iui. 

first Lieatennnt. 

Williura Garwood. 

Stvmd Lieutenant. 

Jonathan Grice. 

First Entign. 

Hichard Salter. 

Second Ensign. 

WiUiam Rice. 

William Donaldson. 
First J^erijtimt. 
John Ilurman. 

Secfmd Heygeant. ' 

John Ha ins. 
Stryfant. 
Joeepli HiilingB. 

StTgeant. 
Konrod Smith. 

Fifer. 
Joseph Hulinga. 

Drummer. 

Joseph GuinJp. 

PrivaUs. 

Fredrick Bote. 
Isaac liny. 
Peter Hineliack. 
Thomas Uotseller. 
Edward Davis. 
Gasper Witliertwck. 
Daniel Rush. 
John Stoiimat. 



Isaac tirice. 
John Robinson. 
Nathaniel Green. 
William CoUick. 
James Porgison. 
Thomas Linville. 
Joseph Garwood. 
Mlcall Miltenpurie. 
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562 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



(/onrad Stegor. 
Henry Rail. 
WilliHin Cammel. 
Isaac John. 
Christoptier Bender. 
Jacob Rink. 
George Crimer. 
John Norton. 
James Barer. 
John Pearson. 
Mical Apt. 
Joseph Likens. 
Daniell Hains. 
Martin Worknot. 
Peter Bakeoven. 
George Medarey. 



John Foster. 
Mathias Sheets. 
Paston Swiger. 
James Day. 
Francis Crosby. 
James Mahan. 
Joseph Sleigh. 
Thomas Stone. 
Morgin Rige. 
Thomas Vaughn. 
Joshua W ilk ins. 
Richard Harison. 
John Sleigh. 
James Young. 
James Ilumfris. 
Robert Coin. 



CAPT. JEHU EYRE'S COMPANY—iyyd. 



Loll of Capt. Jehu Eyrt's company of Philadelphia MilUia ^-^^ 
started December Gth, 1770^ and nuirched to Trenton for six icr^' 
.service uiuler command of Qen, John Armstrong, commanduu/ 
Pennsylvania Militia. 

Captain, 

Jehu Eyre. 

Lieutenant, 
John Browne. 

Sergeants, 

George Sheats. 



Joseph Robinett. 
Jacob Sheppard. 
James Pendelberry. 

William MacMichael. 
Daniel Bates. 
Christian Overstag. 
Hugh Leinnion. 
Jacob Ilanshue. 
Robert Brown. 
William Howell. 
John Robb. 



William Turner. 

Privates. 

George Streaten. 
John Mosley. 
Joseph Smith. 
Matthew Remer. 
Roger Palmer. 
George Phister. 
David Derrick. 
Thomas Palmer. 



LND MILITIA OF THE BEVOLUTION. 





John IlHin. 


'earaon. 


Conrail Stayes. 


itli. 


Jolin Brown. 




Micliael Yops. 


^orks. 


Jacob Jones. 


tried. 


J. Hopkins. 


dshaw. 


Jonathan Grlce. 


^roelich. 


George Grosakop. 


water. 


Jonatlian Wright. 


James. 


C'hristoplier Painter. 


'is. 


George Mederer. 




George Carlin. 


1 in nop. 


George Bakeoven. 


Joret. 


Conrad Lutes. 


inn. 


Peter Paris. 


m. 


John Wilkiiia. 


tton. 


Conrad Smith. 


teraoQ. 


David Diibinhali. 




John Gunn. 



r. MORTON GARRETT'S COMPANY—iyye. 



,\ty on honour that tlie under Named Persons are Couie 
Irew Pay for the Last, and are now Preaant at the Bar- 





Morton Garrbtt, Capt. 


illerton. Sergeant. 


■John Blackley. 


tggs. Corporal. 


Robert Naginton. 


iway, Drum mager. 


Jacob FransiscouB. 


is. 


John Lewis. 


lan. 


Thomas Suiran. 


lougherty. 


Frederick Widle. 


,113. 


Stolte Stanhise. 


:ie. 


Henry Hook. 


;iannagan. 


Samuel Blare. 


ham. 


James Jaaby. 


1. 


Hugh McClain. 


'iae. 


Willism I-essner. 


ly. 


Andrew Balsback. 


tin. 


Philip Winough. 



564 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



DETACHMExNT OF CAPT. JAYNE^ COMPANY. 



The fi)llowing were taken in the Battle of Lon^ Island pris. 

onei*s, belong! n{j^ to my company. 

Timothy Jayne, Captain. 

Henry Wollery. David Minningar. 

William Hissora. John Gower. 

Abner Hissom. Christopher Bittenbender. 
Thomas Briack. 



CAPTAIN JOHN EDWARDS' COMPANY. 



A Muster hole of Captain John Edicnrds'' Company of Militia <tf 
Philadelphia County, the 5th Battalion, Ojmnuxndtd by CoUmelJohn 
Bull, December lOth, 1776, 

Captain, 

Jolni Edwards. 

« 

Lieutenant, 
Arnold Francis. 

Ensign, 
Samuel Roberts. 

SiTf/eants. 
William Nelson. Emanuel Custer. 

Samuel Skeen. 

Drummer, 

Lawrence Bathury. 

Privates* 

Samuel Edger. • Charles Flaming. 

John Bartleson. Arthur Campbell. 

Samuel liartleson. John Yeager. 

Thomas McDowell. James Jurdon, on Com**, by order 

John McDowell. of the Col. 
Daniel Teaney, on Com', by order Samuel Dunlap. 

of Col. James Lyons, sick. 

Rol)ert Jurdon. George Roland. 

Daniel Edwards. John McCalaster. 

Francis I^olly. John McDowell. 

David McCiowan. Ephraim Armstrong. 

John Right. Matthew Chine, on Com*, by order 

Joseph Crawford. of the Col. 
Charles Knight. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



ABSENT ASSOCIATORS— 1776. 

Bkistol, Decern'. 19", 1776. 
dum of Assoeialors in tiie t" Pliilad-. BtUtalion 0/ MilUia who 

have notjoiiitd their renvectioe Contpanies, niz': 
:Mpt. Joneph Coicperthieaite't (hmpany. 

William Gray, brewer. 

Benjumin Tlmw, Arch street, taylor. 

John McCallik, Walnut, taylur. 

Joliii Juakina, corner Cheatnut and Front. 

Capt James JoIiuboii, Race street. 

Samuel Taylor, comer Market and Water. 

Samuel Reed, Water street draw bridge. 

John Le Teller, Market street. 

Joseph Trot.ter, Arch street wharf. 

William Stretcli, Second street. 

Bichard Graliam, Market street. 

WiUiam Miliior. Old Ferry. 

"William Shaw, Old Ferry. Water street. 

James Watktns, joyner. Arch street. 

James Jolinson, late clerk to Mr. Morris, Widow Humphrey's. 
Market street. 

John Thomas, academy. 

Charles French, in an alley between Fifth and Sixth streets. 

Benjamin Taylor. Cherry alley. 

Griffith Jones, Germantown. 

Andrew Lawrence, Water street near Vine. 

.Joseph Spencei', corner of Arch and Second streets. 

John Pitman, rope-maker. 

Richard Johnson, at aea. 

Parnell G ibhs. Water street. 

William Rolierts, Churcli alley. 

David Martin, Fool's bridge. 

Uriah Falkner, Vine street. 

Lawrence AUman. 

Benjamin DaviR. hatter, Second street. 

Thomas Clark, now witli the enemy, as tis said. 

Jacob Parke, at Owen Riddle's. 

Samuel Lee, Front street. 

Coleman Fislier. Arch street. 

John Liud, at Captain Wills'. 

John LinninKton, Second above Race. 

Silas Bifflths, Second above Vine. 



566 . ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Copt. Francis C. Hassenclever^s ConijMny, 
Francis Ilassenclever, sick. 
William Colliday, sick. 
Philip Wager. 
Jacob Shriller. 
George Keehiulee. 
Jacob Keemlee. 
Christian Cox. 
Jacob Ilockimiller. 
James Craig, sick. 
Daniel Kehr. 
Phillip Sellera. 
Andrew Young. 
Valentine Beck. 
Thomas Brown. 
Peter Cooper. 
Henry Wynkoop. 
William Beaven. 
Nicholas Loyd. 
Boyer Brooks. 
Archibald Gardn* r. 
Philip Moore. 
Thomas Mason. 
Peter Paris, jun'. 
Abraham Wilt. 
Matliias Smith. 
James Naglee. 
Frederick Mouse. 
Isaac Melchor. 
Frederick Kuhl. 
Jacob Fleck. 
George Hardin. 
William Dawes. 
Charles Deshler. 
Israel Cassell. 
William Roberts. 
John Simpson. 
Mic!ia«'l Hillegas. 
Henry Ueil)er. 
David (louse. 
Mullin, a shoemaker, opposite Moses Bartram'B. 

Isaac Buckley. 
Thomas Bryan. 
Abraham Collings, 
Peter Beck. 
Morgan Flaherty. 



AND MILITIA OF THE BEVOLUTION. m: 

Peter Kurts. i 
JoliD Yeager. 
Johu Cole. 
John Flhiton. 
jHines Buttand. 
John Burkhtird. 
Jacob Sb river. 
Jolin Rflhr. 
Rnltert Ker. 
Inel Zane. 
Juliii S^tterback. 
Most or all of tbose Persons live or did live in Hulbeiry wanl. 
Certified Y A. MoBKia, ju',, Eiiaiijn. 

hpl. Etfrt's Compang in If°. Lxhertiti. 
John nines. 
- Christoviier Painter. 
John DiindHH. 
Pet«r Ilewston. 
Hemy Leary. 
Joseiih Given. 
Biirnaby Rock. 
George Cniusacop. 
Willinm t.ojits. 
ThoniHs Mtlzer. 
Jolin lluin. 
George Fo\, jun'. 
Conmd Smith. 
Biisteon Sweiger. 
Daniel Ernat. 
Henry Poits. 
Andrew Day. 
Isaac Johns. 
Joseph Hoi let. 
JiKol) liink. 
Joseph lldll. 
Tliomas Shaw. 
Richard Siitter. 
William McMichael. 
James Morris. 
Jacob Albright. 
Daniel lliiies. 
Jacob Hill. 
Peter Bake v. 
Michael Mlltenbei^r. 
Samuel Rush. 



■tf-o 



^rc"^' 



,io«* 






CM'*':', i»»«»- 

.l»'^'''ic»'>'«- 

■'"T.V"**" , 



AND MILITIA OP THE REVOLUTION. 



ma 



Jacob Tice. 

WiJliiini TmiitwLiie. 

Diiniel IluofiUHu. 

George 8cyFerlmlt. 

Jacob Hull. 

Jolin flaidiit. 

William Thomas. 

Michael Stiver. 

John Fraile. 

John Bilker. 

Philip Wert. 
' Most or all tiie above Persons live or did live la and about Uamp- 
itun. 

Certified 1^ Casper. 
'apt. Willt^ Company. 

Isaac Rush, i 

Philli)) ChiniberKi jnii'., | 

Jacob CI um berg. 

Jacob Goclshalk, 

Joseph Paf,'e, 

George Fullerton, 

Andrew Diirkhard, in 

John S|irnglp 

Freileri[.'k Christian, 

Isaac I'liwfll, 

Iletiry Jiicubs, 

Jumes DufTi-y, 

John GeorRP, 

John U. Zuziiif^er, 

Martin Weiss, 

ThoQiaa Goi-sham, 

Godfrey Bucliins, 

GeoFBo Ileyl 

Peter (Jzeus & Hon, 

John Itousli, 

Andrew f oraytli, 

John McClish, 

Samuel GrofT, 

Henry Haines, 

Valentine Hi^tner, 

Nathaniel Corren, 

John Exiey, 



Arch street between SecOod and 
Third streets. 



VirKiniu, when G. c; 



Race betwt^n Secoud and Thinl. 



Third between Race and Vine. 



In Second street between Arcl 
and Vine. 



570 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Frederick Dominick, 

Philip Weisman, 

Valentine Still wagon, 

John Roop, 

John Graff, 

David Schaffer, 

Thomas Budd, 

Abraliaiu Bachman, 

Anthony Benezet, 

Martin Gilman, 

Jolin Klotz, 

Melchor Steiner, 

Nicholas Coleman, in Gerraantown received pay & accoutred. 

William Sliaffe, Market street. 

Frederick Linj?, received pay. 

Sebastian Muyer, received i>ay. 

John Ilughes, Moravian alley. 

Capt. John Williama^ Company, 

Benjamin Jones, at the Sign of General Putnam. 

Robert Gentry, back of Jesse Williamson's at the New Ferry. 

Jacob Good, near the Barracks ; trade, a plasterer. 

John Cauffman, in Arbuckle's Row. 

William Williams, in Kensington. 

Samuel Clinton, in Kensinp^ton. 

Benjamin Trotter, in Kensington. 

Ilugli Bay, near the Old Sugar House in Front street. 

George Painter, in Vine near Fourth street, 

Peter Woglam, in Vine near Fourth street. 

John Fisher, near the New Upi)er ferry. 

Jacob Vunsciver, in Front street, at tlie Sign of the Columbus 

Daniel Lester, in Spruce street near the Draw Bri<lge. 

John Vier, near the Barracks. 

George Taulman, near Arbucklo's Row; deserted. 

James Landaw, in Front street near Pool's Bridge. 

Benjamin Tal)er, in Kesington. 

William Alltridije, in Kensiii^rton. 

John Muclevain, in Front street near Pool's Bridge. 

William Bird, in Vine street near Fourth street. 

Allvon Morris, in Front street near Market street. 

Samuel Smith, in Front street near Arbuckle's Row. 

Jacob Iloflfman, in Front street. 

Jacob Woolf. 

Isaac Pearson, near Pool's Bridge. 

AVilliam Moore, in Front street. 

Thomas Darblyshire, in Front street. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 

William AsbtoD, near Pool's Bridf!e. 
Robert Uugb. near the Barracks. 
William Forest, below Race in Water street. 
Leabln Fullin, Front street, 
George Benner, Vine street. 



CAPTAIN McELWAINE'S COMPANY— 1776. 

A return of Absentee* beUmging to Capt. JWcfcVtcmne'* Compani/ of 
the Sd Battalion of Philadelphia Assodators, December 6th, 1776. 

Geoi^e Kennadf. Alexander Dugarde. 

John Jurden. Nicoles Hesseminger. 

Feter January. John Deny. 

William January. Charles Tryon. 

John Mackej. John tjpence. 

Dean Jones. James Gibson. 

Samuel Fletcher. Patrick Bise. 

Bobert Fitz Gerald. Eberlieart Longcop. 

John She))erd. William Guff. 

Col, Cadwalader requests that Fraier KinRsley may be sent fur; 
&e knows where the persona mentioned in this List Live. 

Fbrouson McElwaime, Va/tt. 



CITY GUARD— 1776. 



Htyney's Company. 
Fliilip Gli^r. 
George Undetwie. 
Jacob Reiff. 
Nicholas Waulter. 
Jacob Leave ring. 
Godphre Zel>ermic. 
Balser Geyer. 
David Festring. 
Chris. Kingle. 
Nicholas Hoflman. 
Uichaet Kerner. 
Chris. Camp. 
Autbony Height. 
John Steel. 
Lewis Wright. 



John Switzer, 
Erhart Gibblehouse. 
George iSink. 
Lewis Wright. 
Michael Bradler. 
John Elbel. 
George Ritzer. 
Adam Rokenberger. 
Peter Swata. 
George Fleck. 
Alexander Harper. 
John Bartel. 
Peter Dortia. 
Abraham Long. 
Christ. Nagle. 



672 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Captain BriyliVs Company, 

Frederick Comtnerlo. 
John Hoffman. 
David Close. 
John Cook. 
John Lesher. 
Philip Springer. 
Stephen Keylor. 
George Turnice. 
Jacob Coltmiller. 
Martin Brown. 
John Ilydle. 
Jolm Sternkorp. 

Captain CampbelVs Company. 

Samuel Hansey. 
James Mahon. 



Christopher Zimmerman. 
Philip Zap. 
Ludwick Shnider. 
William Filbock. 
Henry Potts. 
William Holmes. 
Hanse Miller. 
William Cowan. 
Christian Boode. 
Leonard Lintner. 
Samuel Crispin. 
Robert Magill. 

Jacob Binder. 
Henry Ore. 



SOUTH WARK ASSOCIATORS— 1776. 



A List of Men in the Lower Division in the District of Southtoar 



Men belonging to Captaiyi Wharton'*s Company and not joined iX 

William Donaldson. William Cammell. 

William Garwood. Andrew McBride. 

Thomas Young. William Fullerton. 

Jeremiah Dickinson. James Scott. 

James Day. Joseph McKee. 

Edward Grew, received his pay. Thomas Bride. 

Samuel Dickenson. Robert Henry. 

Henjamin Hootton. George Jacob Housman. 



Dennis Savage. 
Isaac Andrews. 
Joseph Baker. 
Peter Mattson. 



John Corneily. 
William White. 
Joseph Hewlings. 
Henry Rhile. 

Men returned to Philadelphia, 

Iiobert Bridges, furlough. Nicholas Foy, by order of Ma.i 

J()s<'i)h Faning, sick. Knox. 

Timothy Slone, deserted. James Reynolds, furlough. 

Ilfiiry Cowen, sick. John Smith, sick. 

.lolin Whitly, sick. 



AND MILITIA OF THE UEVOLUTION. 573 

Men in the D:vitvm. 
UichaelDevenportiCHi't. Boyce. Juliii Henry. 
Christopher Uiirtin,Capt. Boyce. Geoi^ Maleen. 
Justice IVrtlker. Alexander Mackey,Capt. Stiles. 

Jamea Bowen,C»pt. Boyce. HenryCripa. 

George GritTiths. Thomas Jackson. 

William January, Captain Moll- Joeliuai Ash. 

vain. William Sallad. 

Nathan Terry. William Williams. 

John Bulils^'i- John Birtle. 

Warwicli Hale, Capt. Duclie. William Jesson. 
Samuel Channell, Capt. Duche. Henry Fry, Capt. Hazlewood. 
John Christian, Capt. Moulder. Jon. Carr. 
Marmaduke Owner, Capt. Lox- James Roherts. 
ley. Isaac Jones. 

Christopher Gosner, Capt. Good- 
win. 
J<>3e))h Richard, apprentice 

Tittainury. 
Frederick Rend, Capt. Goodwin. 



Joseph Ranken.Capt. Boyce. 

Griffith Leveriu,Capl. Bruster. 

Martin Vert. 

Charles Wool fall. 

Paul Barnes. 

Martin Fendergrass, Capt. Boyce. Valentine Hart, Uapt. Goodwin. 



to 



William Little, Capt. Palmer. 

William Sbingleton. 

Joseph Bund. 

Johit Norton, Capt. Cardorph. 

Andrew Miller. 

Joho Dunn, Captain Duche. 

Joseph Town. 

Charles Barry. 

James Reynolds, Capt. Bruster. 

llicliard Ferguson. 

David Allen. 

John Harrison. 



James Ferguson, apprentice to John GrilDlhs. 



Jacob Walters, Capt. Casdorph. 

John Housman, Capt. Duche. 

James Doyle. 

Jolin Welch, Capt. Casdorph. 

John Dickenson. 

David Tliomjison. 

William Grant. 

George Moren. 

John Lorton, 

John Harty, Capt. Boyce. 
John Walker, Major Proctor. 
laaiic Iluffty, Capt. Boyce. 



William Donaldson. 
Alen Warwick. 
}^mut;l Turner. 
Nathaniel Fletcher. 
John Majer. 
Isaac Hoffman. 
Aaron Middleton. 
John Peywell. 
Jonathan Grice. 
Isaac Grice. 
Matthew Foy. 



Matthias Pin yard, Capt. Boyce. 
Patrick Mead, Capt. Purviance. 

ulgleson, Capt. Casdorph. 

Isaac Riely,Capt. Palmer. 

George Caney, Capt. Boyce. 

John Carmicle. 

John Smith. 

James Craig. 

James Doughty, Capt. Fitzsim- 

mons. 
John Brlsco. 



674 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Nehemia Davis, Capt. Casdorph. 

George Whiteoak. 

William Mcleod. 

Donald McLeod. 

Patrick Barr. 

Thomas Davids, Capt. Loxley. 

Richard Butler. 

Francis Tuze. 

Joseph Blewer. 

George Blewer, Capt. Copperth- 

wait. 
Joseph Bess. 
Theoilore Shillingsford. 
Jas. Sh ill ingsford, Capt. Duche. 
Rlieuben Wells. 



William Rowden. 

David Walker, sent to jail. 

John Carrin. 

Edward Watkeys, Capt. Stiles. 

Caleb Ash. 

Thomas Buckley. 

Dennis Con rod. 

William Con. 

William Beatty, sent to jail. 

Thomas Eddis, Capt. Stiles. 

John Fink, Captain Stiles. 

William Swanson, Capt. Weed. 

Matthew Johns. 

Samuel Smith, Capt. Boyce. 



COL. I^^ICOLA'S CITY GUARDS— 177a 



CAPTAIN JACOB BRIGHT'S COMPANY. 



A Muster Roll of Caid. Jacob BrighCs Company of City Guards for 
the Northern District of J'h'ladeljfhia Commanded by Major Lewis 
Nicola. Date of Commission the 3d December, 1776, and Mustered 
2d time this Sd day of February, 1777, 

Captain, 
Jacob Bright. 

Lieutenants, 

Josepli Hush. 



Robert Bunbury. 



Samuel Crispin. 
Samuel Smith. 



AVilliam Austin. 
Michael Slieueck. 



Ensi(jn, 
Zechariah Andrews. 

Sergeants, 

John Barnhold. 
Andrew Bowers. 

Corpora'.-*. 

Jacob Souder. 
John Lesher. 



AND MILITIA OF THE BEVOLITTION. 



.Andrew Day. 
<Jon[ud HesBler. 
Sticliard Thornhill, 
Trederick Moyer, 
Juseph Hall. 

Adam Tli rasher. 

John tieoTge Sex. 

Paul Roberts. 

Jacob Mayer. 

Adam Barffer. 

Martin Brown. 

Joshua Lambert. 

David Jamtaon. 

Oiristiaii Bboad. 

George Sclilooaer. 

Henry Potta. 

Jacob Ryno. 

George IIofFman. 

Daniel Seider. 

George F idler. 

Samuel I'rtnce. 

George Turn la. 

John Warner. 

Benjamin Iluftgins. 

Conrad Hess. 

Philip Allwrger. 

Ntcliolas Miller. 
Jacob Bishopbenier. 
'William Fillbach. 
Christian Sliomaker. 
George Kein. 
.Antliony Kearn. 
^Vniiam Kerr. 
X.udwic Schnider. 
«Tohn McFHrlln. 
Cjeorge Iloff. 
CJliristian Keen. 
•3o1in Campbell. . 
■.lohn Ewald. 
-Anthony Sterner. 



John Shomaker. 
John Cook. 
Peter Frits. 
Christian Herro. 
Henry lleever. 
Michael Zencer. 
William Harman. 
Peter Gavil. 
John itohr. 
David Evans. 
John Hydle. 
John Honaker. 
Frederick Paul. 
Absalom Roberta. 
Nicholas Walter. 
William Holmes. 
Henry Steller. 
John Hoffman. 
George Sliryer. 
Jacob Sliryder. 
George Bright. 
William Stout. 
Frederick Kamerloe. 
Runimos Warner. 
Henry Miller. 
Jacob Werner. 
Jacob Rees. 
John Lushett. 
Christian Stray ly. 
John liiddle. 
Frederick Casting. 
Joseph Lewis. 
George Mozer. 
Philip Springer. 
David Close. 
Jacob Cooper. 
Jacob Coldmiller. 
Sebastian Moyer. 
Geoi^ Stow. 
Stephen Regular. 

Jacob Brioht, Vaptatn. 



ASSOCIATED UATTALIONS 



CAPT. RICHARD BARRETT'S COMPANY. 



A rng List of djjt, Btclutrd Borrttl'g (Jomiiany of Ouarilt fnt i^\^ 
IHalriclof .S'ou('iio(ir«,wnd<T the Command </f Major Ltwia Nichol^^ 
from January 3-' to February S', 1777. 
Captain. 
Ricliard IJarrett. 
FirKt Lieutenant. 
William Sluitc. 
Stcond LieuUiKiiit. 
John DugHn. 

Entign. 
Jul in S|ience. 
Serf/mnts. 
.iHines RnnltottDin. ArcliiLuild Ityrneii. 

l>eun Jutit^. .luuies lirown. 

CorjxrraU. 
James Wrilxli. Williitm Dickenson. 

Thomas Banks. Jiimes Kiik. 

Pr irate*. 

Josepii Atkisoii. 
John Stacey. 
Bbnjiiinin Bnsbj. 
Ilunry Ruin. 
Riclmn] Judge. 
John !>ten'Hrt. 
Sihis Engle. 
George Willuimsoii. 
Willmni Curr. 
Michael Ureen. 
Cliarlea Dowman. 
Thoinaa Robinson. 
Alexander Adams. 
Andrew IlHyivard. 
JohnSberidim. 
James Ilnzlet. 
John WhittinKhnm. 
Hu^ih Itrowii. 
Hunb Stewart. 
Robert Wltloon. 



Alexander Maloiiey. 
Witltain Iton'hui. 
Fraiicix Hare. 
Robert Mt'Crea. 
John HiMjver. 
Jaoieu Mil I Ian. 
James McUhie. 
Munroe Pearson. 
Danif 1 Smith. 
Peter tiill. 
John Ilrooks. 
&loa)<a IJiisy. 
John Snowden. 
John Niigle. 
John Gray. 
Theoi>8. Park. 
Benjamin English. 

n Cronin. 
||fld McFee. 
• WiOih. 



VND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTIOX. 



OUDg. 


John Warner. 


liller. 


Patrick McFall. 


cDaiiiel. 


James Hath. 


ikins. 


Jnmes Ilanali. 


ter. 


Henry Ross. 


ence. 


Michael Davenport. 


rr. 


John McCully. 


Ilan, sick. 


William Downey. 


hall. 


George Pringle. 


ledaker. 


John Ahralinm. 


ing. 


George Wood. 




William McClure. 


xandcr. 


William Wright. 


leralicher. 


Samuel Law. 


'arty. 


John Louglian. 


>i-|Bh. 


Gabriel Wil'.son. 


Uton. 


Gilbert Weir. 


more. 


Henry O'Hara. 


avis. 


Andrew y eater. 


nick. 


John Dickenson. 




Capt. Richard 



\PT. WILLIAM McMULLIN'S COMPANY. 

Hen's Natnes Tit Capt. Wtllmm, McJUuUm^t Company of 
irds Tn the Soidhem District, Under Hit Oonimnnd of Leiri* 
Tinon Major, Commeiicimj Januai-y the £d, 1777. 



Bteond LiaUtnant. 
Anthony Pearson. 

Ensign. 
Phillip Wallliamer. 



Sfrgeaiils. 

Peter Stand ley. 
John Piwell. 



.>78 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Bartliolomew Baker. 
James Eagelson. 



Corporals. 

liicliard Porter. 
Samuel Boys. 

Drummer. 
William McMullin, Jr. 



(ieorffe Graham. 
John Harrison. 
Thomas Green. 
George Mellen. 
(runner Swanson. 
Charles Ware. 
Thomas Faris. 
Brian McCaige. 
Arthur Camel. 
Jacob Wallter. 
John Dugued. 
Dennis Mcllwee. 
John Welch. 
Andrew McBride. 
Isaac Andrews. 
Christian Mink. 
William Bibbin. 
Patrick Grimes. 
John Pen row. 
James l>rylH)ui*g. 
Jacob Ilonsman. 
Peter Steel. 
James Gehon. 
Martin Murphey. 
(feorge Mi^ley. 
Jolni Prichart. 
Daniel McBride. 
David Mcllmove. 

• 

Peter llines. 
Alexander Lyons. 
William Vance. 
John Fiiz^Kitrick. 
John Lvons. 
Get»rge McCaine. 
GtHMyc MtH^re. 
KolH*rl McNeall. 
James Mo Heath. 
Matthew Gillmore. 
Felix Fii/ivitrick. 
Henrv K\ley. 



William Sharp. 
John Mitchel. 
Henry Young. 
Giles Sheppard. 
Jonathan Burt. 
John McKinsey. 
Felix Finner. 
Peter Hose. 
William Sanderson. 
William Kirkpatrick« 
James McGill. 
Edward Fife. 
William Moore. 
George Thum. 
Henry Crips. 
John Larey. 
William Ipson. 
Nehemiah Davis. 
George Pearson. 
John Sliute. 
Alexander McCowen. 
John Uyon. 
Robert Jon^. 
John Conner. 
Peter Vaness. 
William Lyons. 
Nathan Terry. 
William Martin. 
Henry Lsickey. 
Matthias Miller. 
Keulien Wills. 
Thomas Thompson. 
Thomas Brown. 
Thomas Gorden. 
John Henderson. 
Alexander Miller. 
John Patterson. 
John McCoomas. 
Daniel Cart rile. 
I^iniel Ann is. 
WiiLLAM McMcLLnr, CopTaiii. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



CAPT. SAMUEL SIMPSON'S COMPANY. 



TutUr RoU of a Companj/ of City Ouarda under Major LemU 


Sieola * Copt. Samuel Simpson. 




Caplain. 




Samuel SimpBon. 








Nicbolas Weaver. 




tieeond LieutenanU 




Enoch Welah. 




Enniifn. 




Jacob Clause. 




Sergeants. 


ge Taylor. 


George Stokes. 


. Slaughter. 


Henry Home. 




CoTporala. 


iam Faciindus. 


George Christian. 


er Wall. 


James Fletcher. . 




Drummtr. 




Thomas Hood. 




PricaUg. 


Ash. 


Lawrence Ford, 


pHager. 


Jacob Garaud. 


n Dill. 


Cliarles Evert. 


ge Killinger. 


Urban Frivoley. 


38 Brown. 


Jacob Ki-echmeyer. 


»t)ow. 


Geot-i^ Iteinholt. 


lael Sawerwald. 


Thomas Cobl. 


m Bousli, sick. 


John Hartmait. 


:iel Letta. 


John Spade. 


1 Bowere. 


Jacob Ench. 


atopher Boyer. 


William Jones. 


atian Hutman. 


Chriatopher H^^ner. 


ert Shannon. 


.lohii Adams. 


es Uatthews. 


Frederick Zager, absent. 


[1 Gardiner. 


PlillipAlberger, absent. 


hael Ryan. 


Zachariah Grimes. 


)b Hauser. 


Geonre Shed. 


il Beck, sick. 


Thomas Siied. 


iDoas Uess, absent. 


John Jones. 



cm 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Martin Ravely. 
John Sliee, sick. 
Matthew Grimes. 
William Ritter, sick. 
Godfrey Derk. 
Conrad Dewalter. 
Lewis Keinick. 
Philip Mager. 
Philip Reybold. 
Pljilip Will. 
Adam Poth. 
Jacob Marcher. 
John Wing. 
Hugh James. 
William Nichols. 
Thomas Freeman, sick. 
John Halsley. 
Thomas Fletcher. 
Peter Weaver. 
Richard King. 
William Keats, sick. 
The above is a just muster of 



James Sharswood. 

Henry Kremur. 

Richard Galley. 

David Jones. 

Jacob Baast. 

Peter Recomender. 

Peter Sunlighter. 

Jacob Gatz. 

Jacob Tryne. 

David Christie. 

John Sidleman. 

Jacob Facundus. 

Francis Young. 

Jacob Falkinstad. 

Philip Smith. 

Henry Jones. 

John Allice. 

Michael McGannon, discbary^ed. 

Cornelius Harroty. 

Henry Magee. 



my company. 



Samuel Simpsok. 



CAPT. GEORGE HONEY'S COMPANY. 



The Mtister Roll of Captain Oeorye Iloneif^s Company, the North 
District of the City Guards, c(/mmanded by Leiois Nichola^ 
Major of the City of Philadelphia, 

Captain. 
George Honey. 

First Lieutenant. 
Frederick Walpert. 

Second Lieutenant, 
George Epple. 

Ensign, 
Charles Schnyder. 

Sergeants. 
Conrad Slemmer, Sert. Maj. Peter Swartz. 

Adam Phister. Adam Rockinberger. 

Mathias Lassart. 




AND MILITIA OF THE BEVOLUTION. 





Corpora («. 


Hftrttnan. 


Nickolaos Forsberg. 


.Rei(. 


Olirislian Lower. 




PriwiM. 


rGeyer. 


Aiithon Hecht. 


tian Engelart. 


Cliristian Nagel. 


tian Camp. 


Jacob Ijicker. 


::ia Shee. 


Jobn Kener. 


ew Rigler. 


Georgfl Smith. 


Drayer. 


Valentine Glagges. 


Kryder. 


Jacob Haffnerr. 


topli Uatz. 


Henry Gilbert. 


Berendt. 


Uicliael Strieker. 


lid Young.- - 


Micliael Ream. 


Keyae.'. 


George Fleck. 


[e Batzer. 


Jolia Snitzer. 


lei Kretck. 


Nickolaua Hoffmann. 


Exiey. 


Frederick Walter. 


ael Biadler. 


Thomas Heuebery. 


I Beble. 


John DImra. 


tian Kinsley. 


Eberhardt Getss. 


Iiam Friott. 


George Vetter. 


< Coban. 


Andrew Leiiian. 


lini Abraliam. 


Jacob Houaer. 


ion Atom. 


Jacob Lebering. 


tlless. 


John Shaffer. 


1 Knobtouch. 


Peter Shnyder. 


1 Festring. 


Jacob niiiiner. 


I Costerd. 


Jacob Bub. 


Elbel. 


Martin Riaor. 


Miller. 


Godfrid Zebernock. 


Grafenstein. 


Phillip Glasser. 


:ian Hawk. 


Frederick Lutz. 


Slltzel. 


George Sorg. 


! Sackmai). 


Erhardt GlbbelliouBa. 


11 Swit7*r. 


Georne Zinck. 


e Wuiiderlick. 


Mtcliacl Kerner. 


»u9 Jacobs. 


Fredrick Weiss. 


Meyer, 


Lewis Wlirigt. 


lard Kare. 


Adam Faber. 


Lotz. 


Julm Steel. 


.laua Walter. 


Abraham Long. 


Dedua. 


George Hinkle. 


Bnind. 


William Warner, Clark. 




Gbobob Honey, Ctopi. 



582 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



PHILADELPHIA CITY EETUR:N^— 1777. 



FIRST BATTALION. 



Colanel. 
Jacob Morgan. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
William WiU. 

Major, 
William Coats. 

[From Front till Second street, between Arch and Ray street.] t J 

Captain— Williamson Tolbert. 
First Lieutenant -James Pickering. 
Ensign — Benjamin Trotter. 

[From Second to Third, between Arch and Ray street.] 

Captain — 

First Lieutenant -Joseph Carr. 
Second Lieutenant- Conrad Rush. 
Ensign— Ezebian Merriam. 

[From Third to Fourth street, between Arch and Ray street.] 1 

Captain — Cxeorge Esterly. 
First Lieutenant— Charles Becker. 
Second Lieutenant— Thobold Shively. 
Ensign— Godf rial Becker. 

[From Fourth to Scliuy Ik ill, between Arch and Ray street, er: -^=^^^' 
elusive Cherry alley to Wine street.] 

Captain— Elijah Weed. 
First Lieutenant — 
Second Lieutenant - 
Ensign— John Guyer. 

[From Front to Second street, between Ray and Wine street.] 

Captain John Kling. 
First Lieutenant— Thomas Ilaston. 
Second Lieutenant— John Peters. 
JBosign— Leonard Fisher. 



AND MILITIA OF THE BEVOLUTION. 5BS 

f Fruin Secoud to Third, between Uay and Wine street.] 
CAptHiii - 
Fii'St Lieutenant— 
i^ecoiid Lieutenant— 
EiiaigD— Andrew Young. 

IFrom Tliird to Fourth street, between Bay and Wine street.] 
Captain— Midi ael liny. 
First Lieutenant— Peter MerlioK. 
Second l-ieuten»nt— Henry Horn. 
Ensiftn— MiuhatI Gilbert. 

[From Crown street to diciiuytkill, between Bay and Wine street, 
iclusive from Cherry alley to Ray street.] 

Captain — GenrRe Re in hard. 

First Lieu ten ant— 

Seconii Lientenant— Andrew Foster. 

Ensign— Alexander Bevereyec. 



SECOND BATTALION. 

Uohnel. 

Jolm Bayard. 

JAeiUenant Cohntl. 

John Cox. 

John Boyd. 
[In Water between Market and Arch street:] 

Cajitaiii- Isaac Ashton. 

ITIrnt Lieutenant- John Rueser. 

Second Lieutenant — 

Eiisigu riiilip Ilagiier. 
[in Water street, between Arch and Vine street.] 

Captain— Anthony Wilckson. 

First Lieutenant— Barnard Gibbs. 

Second Lieutenant— Charles Wilson. 

Ensign— .lohn Fahvell. 
[Lower Delaware from Market till Walnut street. 
Kone at all. 



W4 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

[From Front street till Second street, between Market an*! Arcli 
street.] 

Uapt»in Charles W. Beal. 
First Lieuteiiunt— John Barker. 
Second LItiuteuaiit— WUliani Haverstkk. 
Eiisltin Josepli Foster. 

[From Second ittret;t to Third street, between Market and Arch 
street.] 

Captain ■ 

First Lieutenant— Lambert Wilmer. 

Second Lieutenant— James Una. 

Eusigu— 

[From Third till Flftii street, between Market and Arch street.] 
Captain— Adam Foulk. 
First Lieutenant Joliii Wilson. 
Second I- ientenai it— Charles Syng. 
EnslKM Samuel Urasby. 

[From Fiftli to .Sixth, between Market and Arch street.] 
Captain Liizarus Fine. 
First Llmiteiiuut— Denjamin Freeman. 
Second Lieutenant— Titus Matlock. 
Ensign— lieury Bidder. 

[From Sixth to Scliuylkill, between Market and Arch street.] 
Captain— Christian Shaffer. 



OFFICERS CITY BATTAUONS— 1777. 

FIRST BATTALION. 

Cohmel, 

Jacob Morgan, Jr. 

Lieutenant CoJmitl. 

William Coats. 

Joseph Cowpertliwaite. 



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AND MILITIA OP THE REVOLUTION. 586 

SECOND BATTALION. 

ColoneL 
John Bayard. 

Major. 
William Bradford. 



THIRD BATTALION. 

ColoneL 

John Nixon. 

Majors. 
Samuel Meredith. Robert Knox. 



FOURTH BATTALION. 

Colonel, 
Timothy Matlack. 

Lieutenant ColoneL 
Daniel Clymer. 



PHILADELPHIA BRIGADE— 1777. 



Brigadier General. 
John Cadwalader. 

Officers of Battalions, 

Jacob Morgan, Jr., Colonel First Battalion. 
John Nixon, Lieutenant Colonel Third Battalion. 
William Coats, Lieutenant Colonel First Battalion. 
Timothy Matlack, Colonel Rifle Battalion. 
Robert Knox, Major Third Battalion. 
Joseph Cowpertliwait, Major First Battalion. 
Daniel Clymer, Lieutenant Colonel Rifle Battalion. 

Captains. 

.Tolin Wharton. Andrew Hodge. 

Charles W. Peale. Lawrence Birnie. 

David Chambers. Elijah Weed. 

Manuel Eyre. David B. Coyd. 



5H6 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



WilUam Will. 
Wollory Meug. 
Benjamin Worrell. 
Joseph Moulder, (artillery.) 

Robert McKnight, (3.) 
William Robinson. 
John McCulloIi. 
Jolin Dennis. 
Jolni Galloway. 
Lambert Wilmer. 
Jolm Lester. 
PhUip Hall. 
Robert Correy. 
Jeremiah Baker. 
Casper Sander. 
Peter Browne. 
George Smith. 
Philip Ryan. 

Stephen Beasly. 
James Rowan. 
Samuel Davis. 
Parry Hall. 
George Esterly. 
Isiiac Austin. 
Piiilip Ileyl. 



Christopher Kucher. 
Andrew Geyer. 
Richard Humphreys. 

Lieutenants. 

Robert Allison. 
Alexander Fullerton. 
John Snowden. 
John Wood. 
John Lisle. 
William McDougall. 
Philip Odenheimer. 
Robert Correy. 
Jeremiah Baker. 
George Forepaugh. 
David Rees. 
James Ash. 
Charles Aulty. 
Theobald Sheibel. 

Ensigns. 

William Robinson. 
Richard Fullerton. 
Edward F. Randolph. 
Adam Foulk. 
George Reinhart. 
John Byrne. 



CAPT. JEHU EYRE'S CGMPANY—iyyy. 



Wo, whose names are hereunto subscribed do Pledge our Faitli 

to each other tliat we will continue to associate for the Defence of 

American Liberty, and to stand forth for the same when called on, 

as witness our liands this 5th day of June, 1777, in a company of 

artillery. 

Captain. 

Jehu Eyre. 

First Lieutenant. 
John Browne. 

Sertjcant. 
William McMichael. 




AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



ItaJn. 


William Knox. 


rd Howell. 


William UhriBtlan. 


Reel. 


Joseph Allen. 


ian OversfciR. 


Jesse Williamson. 


Uiller. 


Richard ^Iter. 


ian Froelicli. 


Michael Baker, Jr. 


1 Smith. 


Daniel Earnest. 


ew Beamer. 


Henry Pote. 


Palmer. 


Thomas Stone. 


Ilaiisliue. 


John Sutton. 


ian Rush. 


James Young. 


Mulloy. 


Robert Brown. 


Browne. 


Adum Itaker. 


uRiee. 


Peter Helm. 


1 Baker. 


John OHt>oum. 


in Farren. 


David Derick. 


Watt. 


George Streaten. 


■'arren. 


John Cramp. 


Jftborn. 


Morgan Rige. 


, Cane. 


William Coats. 


>avi8. 


VallentineSenitk. 


Kobinett. 


John Crawford. 


Veatcott. 


Manuel Eyre. 


1 Clinlon. 


Michael Baker, Sc. 


ider McAllister. 





CITY BATTALION— 1777. 



Cohiiiel 

William Bradford. 

LUiiteimnt Colonel, 

John Keppele. 

Sharp Delany. 



itnut ward.] 

ptaln— Thomas Bradford. 
:u tenant— John Lester. 
sign -Henry Valentine. 



A88 AS!!lO0tATBD BATTALIONS 

[Wtilnut wnnl.] 

Captain— Alexauder FuUerton. 

Lieutenant— T I lomas McOalla. 

LiRu tenant— Hie hard Fullerton. 

EtiBisn— Edward DuOleld. 
[Hotith ward.] 

Captain— J iim«fl I>eed. 

Lieutenant -Geori^ Evans. 

BuBign- Robert HcClenalian. 
[From tlie west side of Svcoitd street, from Mailiet to Cht-stnitt 
Btreets, and eaut and west aide vt Strawberry slier and TrottM 's 
alley.] 

Captain- George Taylor. 

Lieutenant -Henry I^iliar. 

Ensign— J amea Mellagen. 
[Prom ttie west side of Fourtli street to tlie east side of FiRIi 
street, and from Chestnut to Market streets, inclusive.] 

Captain — Joliii Linton. 

Lieut«inuiL Ilolwrt Uuliei-ts. 

Ensigu- WilliuiuSiuitli. 
[From tbd B«)utli side of Market street and north side of Cliesl- 
nut street.) 

Cajttain— ltol)ert Smitli. 

Lieutenant- Georffe Taylor. 

Ensign Ainliroae Slm|isnit. 
[From the west side of Tlilrd street to tlie east side of Third 
street.) 

Captain— Ewkiel Irf*ts.' 

Lienteiiant— .lolin I'tillard. 

Lieutenant— I'eter Mann if old. 

Ensign— John Tester. 



PHILADELPHIA COUNTY ASSOCHTORS— 1777. 

7I1 Hilt Urcrlkiifii TTtodi'iH H7i<ir(on. Jr. Efqiiire, 4'reiiident of ihr 
Siifiri iHf Kxrentire Coiiiiril nl the OnHmimivtuUli of J'ennsulvania. 
Afivwable to tlie directions of tlie Militia I,aw of this Common- 
wi'iilth, tiic Lii'Utentmts and Si ilu Li on I en ants for the Connty of 
I'liiliidi'liiliiii hiivinu .\tt''ndi'd tlii' EWtinnsof the Heveral Plat rictii 
for Fii'ld ( Hllpi'rs, ilo return ttie following Gentlemen usdnly Elected 
for tilt' siild Districts: 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. S89 

First Battalion. 
Upper Siilfonl, Lower !^tford, Franootila, Towamensing, Hflt- 
6vlds, &, Perkioming & Sklppach. 

Colon f I. 

Daniel Heister, Jr., Esq. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Jacob Reed, Esq. 

Jacob Harkley, Eeq. 

Second Battalion. 

GennantowD, Roxburry, SpringReld and Bristol. 

Colonel. 

John Hoore, Esq. 

liieuUnant Othntl. 

Aaron Levering, Esq. 

George Miller, Esq. 

TniRD Battalion, 

Cheltenham, Abington, Lower Division of tlie Manor of More- 

' and, Lower Dublin, Bibunry A Oxford. 

Cohnel. 

Benjamin HcVet^h, Esq. 

lAeutenant OoloneL 

David Schneider, Esq. 

John Holmes, Esq. 

FouBTH Battalion. 

Upper Division of the Uanor of MorelHnd, Horsham, Upper 

.tublin, Gwinedth aad Montgomery. 

Colonel. 

William Dean, Esq. 

Lirutmanl Colonel. 

Robert Boiler, Esq. 

UajoT. 
George Right, Esq. 



cm ASSCKJIATED BATTALIONS 

FiiTU Battalion. 

White Marsh, Plymouth, Whitpain, Norrington, Worcester & 
New Providence. 

Colonel, 

Robert Curray, Esq. 

Lieutenant Colonel, 
Archibald Thomson, Esq. 

John Edwards, Esq. 



Sixth Battalion. 

Limerick, Douglas, Marlborough, New Hanover, Upper Hanover 
and Frederick. 

Colonel, 

Frederick Antes, Esq. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Frederick Weess, Esq. 

Major, 
Jacob Bisliop, Esq. 



Seventh Battalion. 
[Upper Merion, Lower Merion, Blockley and Kingsessing.] 

Colonel, 
Jonathan Paschall, Esq. 

Lieutenant Colonel, 
Isaac Warner, Esq. 

Major, 

Matthew Jones, Esq. 

Hivon under o-.ir Hands this twenty-second day of April, seven 
t(*t*ii hundred and seventy-seven. 

Wm. Coats, Lieut. C. C'., 
Jacob Enqle, L. C, 
George Smith, ^'. L, C, 
Arch'd Thomson, S, L, C, 
William Antes, S, L, C, 
Samuel Dewbbs, S. L, 
Commissions dated May 6, 1777, 



AND HILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 691 

FOURTH BATTALION, PHILADELPHIA COUNTY. 

■I Rttum nf the Ifanwt nf Officers and tkeir Itank of ihe f >-«rWi B-il- 

ta'ton, Philadtlt'ltia Cmmt^ NUUnx, n77. 
FirU com/Kitij). 

Captain — Cliristiaii Dull. 

First Lieutenant— Peacock Major. 

^Second Lieutenant— Julia Troxel. 

Ensign -John Slielmiie. 
ierond cmqmnii. 

Captain - Josiali Hnrt. 

First Lieutenant— David Yerkes. 

Second Lieutenant — James Fulton. 

EnsiKti- Cornelius Wynecoop. 
riiiril amipaiiy. 

Captain- Stephen Bloom. 

Fiittt LieutcnaDt— Daniel Bloom. 

!^ond Lieutenant John Jenkins. 

Ensign— Jolm Johnson. 
•"oiirth crniipany. 

Captain— Samuel Hines. 

First Lieutenant— Jenkin Evens. 

Second Lieutenant— Cliarles Ilumplirys. 

Ensign -Walter Evens. 
'Via conipony. 

Captain — Joseph Folwel). 

First Lieutenant — Alexander Means. 

Second Lieutenant— John Crousdill. 

Ensign— William Scout. 
itxlh compang. 

Captain- David Mnrimle. 

First Lieutenant— Samuel Murry. 

Second Lieutenant — James Koney. 

Ensign- James (Jrevens. 
Jecenth wmpa"!/. 

Captain— John Mann. 

First Lieutenant— .Turn es Crevens, jun'. 

Second Lieutenant —Rudolph Bartle. 

Ensign— Aaron Scout. 



Colonel- 
MO*'^"'*- 

few"' To»»l'*- 

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AND MILITIA OF THE BEVOLrilON. 

tfxnlli wtapany. 

Captain— Benjamtn Eastbutn. 

First Lieutenant— John Davis. 

Second Lieutenant— William George. 

£naign— Moses Davis. 
myhtk company. 

Captain— Joseph Jones. 

Firat Lieutenant— Peter Bose. 

Second Lieutenant— Witliam Roee. 

Ensign- Isaac Kite. 



UGHT DRAGOONS, COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. 

toU Light Dragoons for the Votinty of Philadelpkia, milk the Bat- 
talions Aniitied to their Names they belong to, inclttdim/ part of the 
CUy. 

Lieutenant. 
David Sriydei'. 

Vomett. 
Casper Dull. 



)wen Farria, 7. 
rrilflth Jones, 7. 
ieorge Haas, 7. 
acob Benrier, 7. 
'Iiarles Porter, 6. 
acob Gross, 6. 
"an I Cook lis, li. 
lenry Miller, 6. 
hristiftii Steer, 6. 
'ho mas Vanderslice, 6 
ohn Wice, 4. 
ACob Mark ley. 4. 
osiaii P^wlintt, 3. 
'atl^an Yansandt, 2. 
«njamin Walton, 2. 
osiHli Matlock, 2. 
laac Keen, 2. 
'Iiomas Chappie, 3. 
Lbnihani Duffield, 2. 
umnel Boucher, 2. 

8fl-V0L. XIII. 



William Peast, 2. 
Samuel Neswanger, 2. 
Jacob Hopple, 2. 
Andrew Keen, 2, 
Jonathan Leech, 2. 
John Trockeell, 1. 
Isaac Humphreys, 1. 
Robert Gr^g, I. 
John Humphreys, 1. 
Jacob WoUery, 1. 
Baker Biirns, 1 . 
Jacob Funk, City. 
Robert Hopkins, City. 
David Davis. 
Edward Duffield. 
George Benner. 
John Brewner. 
Nathaniel Bellew. 
Jolm Braden. 
Wm. Coats, Lieut. Philad. Comtty. 



m ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



COL. JOHN EYRE'S ARTILLERY BATTALION. 



A Return of Field Officers of Philadelphia Artillery, August 26^ 177\ 

Colonel, 
Jehu Eyre. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Thomas Nevell. 

Major. 
Joseph Masch. 

Officers of First company, 1777. 

Captain — Samuel Massey. 
Captain Lieutenant— Joseph Fry. 
First Lieutenant— John McGinley. 
Second Lieutenant— Isaac Ashton. 
Captain Engineer — William Thorn. 

Second company^ 1777, 

Captain— John McCulloch, July 12, 1777. 
Captain Lieutenant— John Connelly, July 12, 1777. 
Fii-st Lieutenant Samuel Gooiiman, September 1, 1777. 
Second Lieutenant, Samuel Scott, Septeml)er 1, 1777. 
Lieutenant Fire Worker— Matthew Shaw. 
Conductor Barnebas Neave. 

Third company^ 1777. 

Captain- Peter Browne. 
First Lieutenant -John Og^born. 
Second Lieutenant— William McMichael. 
Lieutenant Fire Worker Joseph Allen. 

Fourth ampnny, 1777. 

Captnin William Prowell, September 13, 1777. 
Captain Lieutenant Edward James, Septeml>er 13. 1 
First Lieutenant -John Calanan, SeptemlH»r 13, 1777 
Second Lieutenant— John Claypole, September 13, 17 

Fifth cotnimny, 1777. 

Captain— Andrew Simmers, September (>, 1777. 
Captain Lieutenant— Christian Bartlinjj, Sept em N 
Firat Lieutenant— Jacob Diegal, September 11, 177 
Beomid Lieutenant -Baltzer Steinford, Septeml)er 
TJeutenant— Samuel Sjvert, September 11, 
Sgineer— Benjamin Davis, September 



ASD MIHTIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 9 

SirVi company, 1777. 

Uaptatn— Jobn Ruper, August 27, 1T77. 

Captain Lieutenant— William I^nuard, August 27, 1T77. 

First Lieuteiianant— Abraham Mitchell, August 27, 1777. 

Secoud Lieutenant- Isaac McKey, Aufcust 27, 1777. 

Lieutenant Fire Worker— Elijah Uoffln, September 11, 1777. 
First comj/any, 1779. 

Caiftain- -John McGinley, April 28, 1779. 

Captain Lieutenant— William Thorn, April 28, 1779. 

First Lieutenant— William Bobortson, April 28, 1779. 

Second Lieutenant— Samuel Powell. 



CAPT. JAMES LANG'S ARTILLERY COMPANY. 



Mutltr Boll of Cnpt. James Lnn'fs Company of the Pennayleaina 
BaUalion iif Artillerti Militia, cmtmunded bi) Citl. Jehu Eyre, for 
a lour of dull/ done ul Mud Island fori, conimendng the SSd of June, 
ending tlie SSd of Awjutt, 1779, both days iTicluded, being tieo 
monlha and one day. 

Captain. 

James Lang, comniiBsionc<l June ID, 1779, No. 4. 

Captain Litut^nant. 

Edward James, commissioned August 25, 1777, No, 4. 

Fiml LietUenant. 

Jeremiah Fisher, commiaaioned June 10, 17T9, No. 4. 

iSeconit Lieuttnant. 

nmtssioned June 19, 1779, No. 4, sick, absent. 

Clerk and Conductor. 

Thomas L. Swyler. 

Strgennta. 

Joseph Evans. 
Adam Alexander. 
Uorporah. 

George Sheed. 
Hugh McOonnick. 
Drum and Fife. 

John Waldrake. 



Abraham Hargis, < 



James Mathers. 
William Moore. 



IMichael Ryan. 
John McCombe. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 
OurtHtrt. 

ijamuel Corry. 
William Thomas. 
Mark McUhU. 



Robert McGee. 
WfUiamson Tolbert. 
Andrew Boyd. 

FntncJB Bayley. 
Tliomas Hate. 
Lancelot Glanvile. 
Thomas Armstrong. 
Tliomas Fisher. 
James McDonald. 
Christian Beakley. 
Thomas Dwyer. 
George Fisher. 
Jphn Tittermary, sick. 

Unrnbardiers. 
■lohn I^mer. Alexander Rutherford. 

William Milnor, sick. Yundike. 

August, 1TT9. Mustered tlien Capt. Jamea Lang's ('omimny, t 
H|iecilled in the above Roll. 



JtfoCroMM. 

Joseph Few, sick. 
John Harrison, sick. 
John Jordan. 
William Litle. 
Nicholas Stimble. 
Joseph Fanning. 
George McCall. 
John Rowan. 
John Farral. 



DETACHMENT OF UNASSIGNED MII.ITIA. 



[Tliefollowinji:, of date about ITTO, appears to ben detachment of 
volunteers, but no commanding olflcor is given.] 



Privates whone nam 
Henry Dubasque. 
.[i>.4cph Hattenfleld. 
■loliM Kemp. 
Jolin Truman. 
Thomas Allman. 
George Henry. 
Samael C. Landla. 
Heniy Knorr. 
Jamas Holmes. 
d Mayers. 



e Pay Roll, (nU not in 
David Jenkins. 
Samuel Wharton. 
John Livingston. 
Francis Delaney. 
John Ludwick. 
John Treweillier. 
Jolui Kandels. 
Joseph Weimer. 
George TrehiUer. 
Peter Diehl. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



FIRST BATTALION, COL. BRADFORD. 

C^iionel. 

William BnidrMtL 

Lieutenant CoUmel. 

John Keppele. 

Major. 
James B«ad. 
Fir$t company. 

Captain— Ezekiel Letts. 
First Lieutenant— John PolUrd. 
tjecond Lieutenant— Pet«r Manifold. 
Ensign— John Fester. 
Second ixmpang. 

Captain- Charles Syng. 
First Lieutenant— Jacob GmfT. 
Second Lieutenant— Adam Sicliler. 
EusiRD— William Redislier. 
ITtxT'l company. 

Captain -William Smith. 
First Lieutenant— George Taylor, 
l^ond I<ieu tenant- James Millegan. 
Ensign -Thomas Cummins. 
FauTtK company. 
Captain - 
First Lieutenant- 
Second Lieutenant- 
Ensign - 

(A return bytbu COlonel-for tbOMomoc™ tnwpt the Captain, which is f 

(Hh' nbnve fuurllDts wim put down nut br Uui order* or Col. Henry, mly bh 

siiUstaL-Uon.) 

J^ftii cmifiany. 

Captain- John Bums. 

First Lieutenant- Richard Fullerton. 

.Second Lieutenant - -Thomas McCalla. 

Ensign !Bdward Dudield. 
Viastfi company. 

Captain— Kobert Smith. 

First Lieutenant- Georjre Simpson. 

Second Lieutenant— Henry Wolff. 

Ensign— Ambrose Simpson. 



ne ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Smentli comimny. 

Captain— Thoroas Bradrord. 

First Lieutenant— Lewis Grant. 

Second Lieutenant— Andrew Kennedy. 

EnslKD- Joseph Bume. 

Eu/klh company. 

Captain— Jol in Linton. 
First Ijieut«nant -Daniel Evans. 
Second I^ieutenant- Joseph Brebm. 
Ensign— John Henderson, 
AlMve made out &, Deliverd. 



SECOND BATTAUON. COL. DELANEY. 

Colonel. 

■Sharpe Delaney. 

Lieutenant Colour I. 

Paul Cox. 

Elias I^oys. 
Firgt compaiiy. 

Captain— Robert Duncan. 
FirBt Lieutenant— Mid lael McGannoii. 
Second Lieutenant -Tliomas Pugh. 
Ensign- Edward Pascliall. 

Second company. 

Captain John Downing. 
Firat Lieutenant— David Sevan. 
riecond Lieutenant .lohn Cornish. 
Ensign Humphrey Fulierton. 

Third comjtawj. 

Captain— John UcCulloch. 
First Lieutenant— Philip Pancake. 
Second Lieutenant— William McDoiwell. 
^Vnrign— Joelah Uallack. 



AND MILiriA OF THE EEVOLUTiON. «W 

Fburlh eompany. 

Captain— Jonathan WainwriRlit. 
First Lienteiiant-- 
Secoiid Lieutenant— ThomM Willie. 
Ensign — George May. 

Fiftlt company. 

Captain —George Gooden. 

First Lieulenant— 

Second Lieutenant— Bobert Knight. 

Ensign— John App Owen. 

Sixth eonipany. 

Captain— William McCulloch. 
First L ieu ten HHb— Andrew Purviana. 
Second Lieutenant— Robert Barnhill. 
Ensign— Cliamtier Claypole. 

Seixttlh compan;/. 

Captain— William Young. 
First Lieutenant— Til mas Mitchell. 
Second Lieutenant- Frederick Williams. 
Ensign— Frederick Marker. 

Eig/ith compani/. 

Captain- John Imlay. 
First Lieutenant— Tobias Harvey. 
Second Lien tenant— John Varnest, 
Ensign— James Evans. 
Above made out. 



THIRD BATTALION, COL. MORGAN. 

VoUmel. 

Jadob Morgan. 

lAeuUnant Colonel. 

William Wills. 

Joseph Kerr. 




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AND MILITIA OP THE REVOLUTION. 
FOURTH BATTALION, COL. BAYARD. 

Colonel. 

John Itayard. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 

Joaathan B. Smith. 

Alexander Boyd. 
mrtl company. 

Captain— Isaac Austin. 
First Lieutenant— George Willsou. 
Second Lieutenant— Tliomas Millard. 
Ensign— Philip Uaguor. 

i'teond compttny. 

Captain- Lazarus Pine, 
First Lieutenant— Benjamin Freeman. 
Second Lieuteuaut— Titus Matlack. 
Ensign lleury Bitter. 

iTttrd company. 

Captain >Adam Foulk. 
First Lieutenant— John Wilson. 
Second Lieutenant— Samuel Croasby. 
Ensign Jacob Masoner. 

Fourth compayiy. 

Captain-Charles W. Peale. 
First Lieutenant- John Parker. 
Second Lieutenant-- William Haverstick, 
Ensign Josepli Forster. 

J'ifth company. 

Captain -Lambert Willmore. 
First Lieutenant -John Lisle. 
Second J^ieutenant- James Lincta. 
Ensign -lerry Ilalt. 

StxA eompany. 

Captain— Christian Shaffer. 
First Lieutenant— John Everhard. 
Second Lieutenant— Edward Glascow. 
Ensign— 



602 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Seoen^ company. 

Captain— Samuel Massey. 
First Lieutenant— Samuel Davis. 
Second Lieutenant— Edward Oxley. 
Ensign— John McCartney. 

Eighth company. 

Captain- -Antliony Wilkinson. 
First Lieutenant— Parnel Gibbs. 
Second Lieutenant— Sampson Bowman. 
Ensign— Michael Groves. 



SIXTH BATTAUGN, COL. KNOX. 



Colonel. 
liobert Knox. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Robert AUesou. 

Major. 

Thomas Casdorp. 
First company. 

Captain— John Smith. 
First Lieutenant— James Skinner. 
Second Lieutenant— James Rowan. 
Ensign — Joseph Snowden. 

Second ctmipany. 

Captain- Jacob Synk. 
First Lieutenant -Adam Pole. 
Second Lieutenant— C^onrad Liber. 
Ensign - 

Purd company. 

Captain - Ephraim Folkner. 

First Lieutenant -Joseph Denispy. 

Second Lieutenant -James Brown. 

Ensign William Fulton, (returned by Capt. Rhoads.) 

Fourth company. 

Captain Jt^seph Roailes. 
First Lieutenant —Syles Engles. 
Second Lieatenant— Mattliew Moffet. 
Ensign— James Potter. 



AND MILITIA OP THE REVOLUTION. 60 

•ytA Gompatijf . 

CaptaiQ— Joseph Mash. 
Firat Lieutenant— Warwick Coats. 
Second Lieutenant— William Garwood. 
Ensign— John Turner. 

iixlU eompttny. 

Captain— Philip Ryan. 
First Lieutenant— John Duche. 
Second Lieutenant— James Little. 
Ensif^^Edmund Beach. 

Jerent/i compan!;. 

Captain— Christian Grover. 
First Lieutenant— God ry Shesler. 
Second Lieutenant— William Lasher. 

Ensign -William Folkner. 

SUjIUh company. 

Captain— Joshua Humphris. 
First Lieutenant— John Dun. 
Second Lieutenant— Thomas Thompson. 
Ensign- William Follcner. 
Above made out. Williah Henry, L'. 



OFFICERS OF BATTALIONS. 



MEMORANDA OF COMMISSIONS ISSUED. 

^flk bnttatioii, count; of Ptiiladelphia, dated Ma; 6, 1777. 
John Hauibleton, Captain, First com|>any. 
John Pitt, First Lieulennnt, Second company. 
Samuel Scheen, Second Lieutenant, Third company. 
Jacob Peterman, Ensign, Fourth company. 

ieventli battalion, county of Philadelphia, dated May 6, 1777. 
John Young, Captain, First company. 
Joseph Grover, First Lieutenant, Second company. 
Isaac Williams, Second Lieutenant, Third company. 
Clement Smith, Ensign, Fourth company. 






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^hurth baltalion. 

Peacock Major, First Ltoul«nant, Capt. Dull's compuiy. 

Josiah Hart, Captain, First company. 

Yeikea, First Lleutenaat, First company. 



-*=V*A battalion, dated Anguat 25, 1777. 

Anthony Lechler, Captain. 

Henry Brewster, First Lieutenant. 

John CoffmuD, Second Lleut«naut. 

George Lecbier, EnBigD. 
tlSictmd battalion, dated August 25, 1777. 

Philip Pancake, Captain. 

Georf^ May, First Lieutenant. 

Tliomas Fugh, Second Lieutenant. 

Humpbrey Fulierton, Ensign. 
-Jburth baUtdion, dated August 25, 1T77. 

Adam Foulk, Captain. 

John Barker, First Lieutenant. 

Thomas Millard, Second Lieutenant. 

Henry Bitter, Fnaign. 
TJiird battalion, dated August 25, ]777. 

Conrad Ruali, Captain. 

Jacob Bender, First Lieutenant. 

Martin Tiss, .Second Lieutenant. 

Matbias Gilbert, Eusign. 
FXnt battalion, dated August 25, 17T7. 

William Smitli, Captain. 
Sixth battalion, dated August 25, 1777. 

Ephntim Falkiier, Captain. 

Warwick Coats, First Lieutenant. 

James Bo wan, Second Lieutenant. 



Firrt battalion, city of Philadelphia. 

Samuel McLane, captain, appointed August 3, 1777. 
Sixth battalion, Philadelphia county. 

Peter Richards, Major, April 8, 1779. 



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AND MILITIA OF THE RBVOLUTIOH. 

.Fhwlh battalion. 

Peacoek Major, First Lieutenant, Capt. Dull 'a company. 

JoBiah Hart, Captaiu, First company. 

Yeckes, First Lieuteuaut, Firat company. 



-*=ViA haUaliiM, dated AoRUst 25, 1T77. 

Antliony Lechler, Captain. 

Henry Brewster, First Lieutenant. 

John Coffman, Second Lieutenant. 

George Leuhier, EnsiRu. 
JSecond battalion, dated August 25, 17TT. 

Philip Pancake, Captain. 

George May, First Lieutenant. 

Thomas Pugli, Second Lieutenant. 

Humphrey FuUertou, Ensign. 
Jburlk battalion, dated August 25, 1777. 

Adam Foulk, Captain. 

Jolin Barker, First J^ieutenant. 

Thomas Millard, Second Lieutenant. 

Henry Bitter, Ensign. 
Third batlulion, dated August 26, 1777. 

Conrad Bush, Captain. 

Jacob Bender, First Lieutenant. 

Martin Tiss, Second Lieutenant. 

Mathias Gilbert, Ensign. 
Pint battalion, dated August 25, 1777. 

William Smitli, Captain. 
Sixth battalion, dated August 25, 1777. 

Ephraim Falkner, Captain. 

Warwick Coats, First Lieutenant. 

James Bo wan, Second Lieutenant. 



Firtt battalion, ctty of Philadelphia. 

Samuel McLane, captain, appointed August 3, ITI 
Sixth battalion, Philadelphia county. 

Peter Richards, Major, April 8, 1779. 



First battalion, city of Philadelphia. 

William Moore, Second Lieutenant, appointed May 10, 1779. 

Second battdlion^ city of Philadelphia. 

Derick Peterson, Captain, appointed April 13, 1779. 
David Bevan, Captain, apiK)inted April 18, 1779. 
Edward Paschall, Captain, appointed April 30, 1779. 
John Cornish, Second Lieutenant, appointed May 1, 1779. 
Baltis Stanford, Ensign, appointed May 10, 1779. . 

Third battalion, city of Philadelphia. 

Greorffe Esterly, Captain, appointed April 12, 1779. 
James Pickering, Captain, appointed April 12, 1779. 
John Peters, jun.. Captain, appointed April 12, 1779. 
Jacob Geiger, Captain, appointed April 14, 1779. 

Fourth battalion, city of Philadelphia. 

John Antrim, First Lieutenant, appointed April 26, 1779. 
John Houston, Second Lieutenant, appointed April 26, 1779. 
Edward Ritchie, Ensign, appointed April 26, 1779. 
Joseph Spencer, First Lieutenant, appointed May 10, 1779. 
William McSparrow, Ensign, appointed May 10, 1779. 

Fifth battalion, city of Philadelphia. 

John Thompson, First Lieutenant, appointed April 15, 1779. 
John Rice, Lieutenant Colonel, appointed May 1, 1779. 
Benjamin Eyre, Major, appointed May 1, 1779. 

Artillery battalion, city of Philadelphia. 

Samuel Scott, Second Lieutenant, appointed September 2, 1779. 



Return of officers legally chosen for the city of Philadelphia and (!{&- 

tricts, nsi. 

First battnUon. 

Tench F'rancis, Captain, Fifth company, July 18. 

Fourth hdWdion, 

Conrad Pidgeon, Ensign, Fourth company, August 11. 

Fifth battfdinn. 

Jacob Esler, Lieutenant, Second company, June 23. 
William liadiger. Ensign, Second company, August 2. 
John Smith, Ensign, Seventh company, August 7. 
James Bayard, Lieutenant, Eighth company, July 12. 
Andrew Bayard, Ensign, Eighth company, July 12. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 
JSiith haUnJion. 

JoMpti Falconer, CitpWn, Second compsny, August 1. 
Hugh Leeds, Lieutenant, Second cumpany, August 1. 
Alexander Hendenion, Ensign, Third company, July IB. 
Robert Smith, Ensign, Foarth company, July 26. 
Casper Eleckner, Ensign, Seventh company, July 26. 



V-^vtnth battalion, Philadelphia county. 

Winard Nice, Captain, appointed April 23, 1781. 
Frederick Ax, Lieutenant, appointed April 23, 1761. 
John Huston, Lieutenant, appointed April 30, 17m. 
John Sbowaker, Ensign, appointed April 30, 1781. 



W^Murrt of officers legall;/ ehonen cmd nominated agreeahU to tht UilUia 

Liiic of the State of Pennnglcanin. 
-7'irst battalion. 

Joiin Alexander, Ensign, April 29, 1762. 
Second biittalion. 

Joseph Kobinet, Captain, May 11, 17S2. 

Miehuel Buker, Lieutenant, May 25, 1782. 

Jacob Byderman, Ensign, May 25, 1782. 
SouTtli battuti'm. 

Adam Esler, Lieutenant, September 36, 1761. 
Fifth battaliwi. 

Alexander Russell, Captain, April 16, 1782. 

John Mcl'lierson, L(-!utenant, April 18, 1782. 

Henry Toland, Ensign, April 18, 1782. 
Sixth battalion. 

Samuel Leyman, Ensign, September 4. 1781. 

John Delavere, Ensign, September 25, 1781. 

William McDowell, Lieutenant, October 1, 1781. 

David Tittemary, Ensign, May 11, 1782. 
Arlillery bntta'i/tn. 

Godfrey Swing, Fli-st Lieutenant, June 8, 1782. 

Philip Clumbei^, Sr., Second Lieutenant, June 23, 1782. 

Daniel Hatliorn, Jr., Second Lientenant, July S, 1782. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



FIRST BATTAUON, CITY MIUTIA. 

A Baum of the offietri of Utt Firet CUg JUililia BaU<Uion, June S3, 

1777. 

Colonel. 

WUllum Bradford. 

Lieulenant CoUmel. 

John Keppele. 

jHines Read. 

CaptalD— Ezeklel LeetB. 

First Lieu teDHtit— Job n Pollard. 

Second Lieutenant— Peter Manifold. 

Ensign— Jotin Tester. 
Second company. 

Captain —Charles Lyng. 

First Lieutenant -Jacob Gniaf. 

Second Lieuteimnt— Adam Secliler. 

Enslsn— William lledisher. 
Third comiiamj. 

Captain- William iSmlth. 

First Ijieu ten ant— George Taylor. 

Second Lieutenant— James Milligan. 

Ensign- -Thomas Cummins. 
Fimrth eonipanij. 

Captain— James Reed." 

First Lieutenant— Williftm Turnbnll. 

Second Lieutenant-Evan <;ook. 

Ensign- Robe rt M cClenac ban . 
Fifth companij. 

Captain— John Byma. 

First Lieutenant -Richard Fullerton. 

StiCimd Lieutenant-Thomas McCalla. 

Ensign -Edward DuUield- 
Sixth cnnpiinij, 

Captnin— lloljert Smith. 

First Lieutenant- George Sympson. 

Second Lieutenant Henry Woolf. 

EuaJBn- Ambrose Symi«on. 
* Cdpt. Reed has since bean chiinen Major, and no Csptala la Tet elected 
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AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 609 

SeventJi company. 

Captain— Tliomas Bi-adfon). 
First Lieutenaiit— Lewis Grant. 
Second Lieutenant— Andrew Kennedy. 
Ensign-Joseph Byrns. 

Eighth company. 

Captain— John Linton. 
First Lieutenant— Daniel Evans. 
Second Lieutenant— Josepli Boehm. 
Ensign— John Henderson. 



COL. WM. BRADFORD'S BATTALION. 



Colotiel. 
William Bnulford, July 12, 1777. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Paul Cox, July 12, 1777. 

Majfrr, 
Joseph Kerr, July 12, 1777. 

Adjutant, 
Christian Schaffer, July 12, 1777. 

Surgeon, 
Samuel Duffield, July 12, 1777. 

Surgeon'* 8 Mate, 
Edward Duttield, July 12, 1777. 

Quarter Master, 
Samuel Taylor, July 12, 1777. 

Quarter Master Sergeant, 
Joseph Gray, July 12, 1777. 

Sergeant Major. 
Gerard Irwin, July 12, 1777. 

Drum Major, 
William Wiley, July 12, 1777. 

Fife Major, 
Augustine Power, July 12, 1777. 



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ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



CAPTAIN EZEKIEL LETTS' COMPANY. 

Mutter roll of Captain Ezekiel Letts' Fir$t company, of the Fir^t claw, 
ritilmUlpliiu Fwt, in Uie service of the United SlaUs, commanded 
by VoUinLl Wimtm Bntdford, Esq. 

Captain. 
Ezekiel Letts, com. June 25, 1777. 

Lieuttnantt. 
Jacob Gnff, com. June 25, 1777. 
James Milligati, com. June 25, 1777. 

SergeanU. 
Luke Storey, npp. June 85. 1777. 
llobert WelBli, app. June 25, 1777 ; sick, on furlough. 
Elias Itoberdeau, npp. June 2.5, 1777. 
AbraliHUi Hughes, app. June 25, 1777. 

C'lTjio^'iih. 
Henry Ualii, app. June M, 1777. 
Jolni I>uH'(l, app. June 25, IT7T. 
Jiicob Dietrich, app. June 25, 1777. 
George II»r(ling, app. June 25, 1777. 

Drummer and Ftfer, 
(Jeorfte Cook, app. June 22, 1777. 
Joseph Buehm, »pp. June 25, 177T. 

Prieatet. 
Jerome Jugie, June 25, 1777, 
David Dickenson, June 25. 1777. 
Jacob Jk)W(>i'», June 25, 1777. 
Uiiltas Eraerifk, June 25, 1777. 
William Facundus June 24, I7T7 ; on furlough. 
AlexaniliT Uugiiid, June 2.1, 1777. 
Cli»rU'3 Millon, June 26, 1777. 
EUwani Hunt, June 2a. 1777. 
I'liilip HiiUana, June i% 1777. 
Charles Rough. June 25, 1777. 
Jnmes Anilersou, June 25, 1777. 
Henry Wlneymiire, .June 2.'>, 1777. 
Jacob Sliubart, June ij, 1777. 
John Carcray, June 26, 1777. 
Ismel Ilendrickson, June 25, 1777. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 611 

Adam Derrey, June 26, 1777. 
Andrew Huston, June 25, 1777. 
John McCloud, June 25, 1777. 
Jolin Lair, June 25, 1777. 
Charles Hammond, June 25, 1777. 
John Sprinf?er, June 25, 1777. 
Michael Diamond, June 25, 1777. 
John McCartey, June 28, 1777. 
Barney Rain, June 25, 1777. 
James Hezlet, June 25, 1777. 
John Hamilton, June 25, 1777. 
Patrick McGlauglilen, June 25, 1777. 
Samuel Boreland, June 25, 1777. 
WiUiam MeHarg, June 25, 1777. 
Henry Rutt r, June 25, 1777. 
Peter Anderson, June 25, 1777. 
William Aitkins, June 25, 1777. 
Joseph Boehm, June 25, 1777. 
Samuel Gore, June 25, 1777. 
James Rice, June 25, 1777. 
Richard Hunt, June 25, 1777. 
John Hughes, June 25, 1777. 
Joseph Hergerrider, June 25, 1777. 
Peter Stoy, June 25, 1777. 
Philip Warner, June 25, 1777. 
Elias Albright, June 25, 1777. 
Samuel Ring, June 25, 1777. 
Jolin Yantzer, June 25, 1777. 
John Newman, June 25, 1777, 
Henry Hollman, June 25, 1777. 
Parnel Clayton, June 25, 1777. 
Daniel Murpliy, June 25, 1777. 
Peter Lohrd, June 25, 1777. 
William Logan, June 25, 1777. 
John Collins, June 25, 1777. 

Billingsport, July 12'\ 1777. Mustered then Captain Ezekiel 
Letts^ company, as specified in the iibove roll. 

LoD". Sprooell, 3/. 3/. G, of P, 



612 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



CAPTAIN ROBERT DUNCAN'S COMPANY. 



Mu$ter roll of Captain Robert Duncan^a Seoond company^ of the I 
VUus Fix4^ in the eervice of the United Statta^ commanded by < 
onet William Bradfwd, 

Captain. 

Robert Duncan, com. June 25, 1777. 

LietUenante. 

Davis Bevan, com. June 25, 1777. 
William McDowell, com. June 25, 1777. 

Ennign. 
QeoTge May, com. June 26, 1777 ; absent with leave. 

Sergeants. 

Balaer Standford, app. June 26, 1777. 
Daniel Mullen, app. June 25, 1777. 
Jolin Mooney, app. June 26, 1777. 
James Tybout, app. June 25, 1777. 

Corporal. 
John Deverter, app. June 25, 1777. 

Drummer atid Fifer. 

Ullrick Friend, app. June 25, 1777. 
Joseph Hopkins, app. June 25« 1777. 

Privates. 

John Harper, June 25, 1777. 

John Warner, June 25, 1777. 

William Craig, June 25, 1777. 

Nicholas Field, June 26, 1777 ; sick. 

John Dildine, June 25, 1777. 

Charles Yeocom, June 25, 1777. 

Tiiomas Crispin, June 25, 1777. 

John Swain, June 25, 1777. 

Leonard May, Juno 25, 1777. 

Charles Forder, June 26, 1777. 

Frederick l?ellers, June 5?6, 1777. 

John McCarty, June 25, 1777. 

Thomas Bowers, June 25, 1777 ; on furlough. 

Christopher Minck, June 25, 1777. 

James McGlen, June 25, 1777. 

Henry Neil, June 25, 1777. 

Joseph Finehour, June 25, 1777. 



AND MILITIA OF THE BEVOLUTION. 6U 

GJeoriw Parker, June 25, 1777. 
John Liester, June 25, 1*77. 
Nicholas Egiiii, Juno 26, 1777. 
Oourad Young, June 26, 1TT7. 
"William Wiggins, June 26, 1777. 
Jamea Smart, June 26, 1777. 
Jamea Leavers, June 25, 1777. 
J"ob Harvey, July, 1, 1777. 
rK^liotnas Stapletoti, July 1, 1777. 
.Xohii Mclntire, July 1, 1777 ; on furlough. 
.«'\r)uin Hurst, July 1, 1777. 
^TohiiTotton, July 1, 17T7. 
3kli»tliew Greevee, July 6, 1777. 
< i<H>rge Bickerton, Juuu 26, 17T7. 
"rflmiDHS McMullen, June 25, 1777 ; discharged unQt. 
_Toafph Follen, June 26, 1777 ; in guard liouae. 

Billiniisport, July IS'", 1777. Mustered then Captain Boben 
.XDuncaii's corapaoy, aa specified in tlie above roll. 

Lod'. SrnooELL, M. M. O. of P. 



CAPTAIN GEORGE ESTERLY'S COMPANY. 

Jiuater mil of Captain Qtorye Esterly't Third eotiiiMtnfi, i-f the Firgt 

e)<Ms, PhiUi-Ulphia Militia, now in the nervice of the UuOed States. 

comiiuinded by Colonel Wiltiam Bradford, Ksq. 

Captain. 

Tieorge Esterly, com. June 25, 1777 ; absent on leave. 

Liettlmants. 



Engign. 
.lolin Oeyer, com. June 2), 1777. 

Sergeants. 
Godfrey Kinner, app. June 2-5. 1777. 
Samuel Yetter, app. June 25, 1777. 
Henry Dietz, app. June 25, 1777 

Edward Green, app. June 25, 1777 ; on furlough, which in expired 
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J3arnard Weldp, June 2a^ 1TT7 ; ou duty. 

Tlugli McCunuel. June 'JS, 1777. 

CJiodtrey Hamltit, June 24, 1777. 

Cjeoi^ Ealiart, June -25, 1TT7. 

^imon ScLoyder, June 25, 1777. 

33«niel Scliubai-t, Jtme 25, 1777. 

Jacob Bossiirt, June 25, 1777. 

ITeter Flick. June 25, 1777 ; on guard. 

J^eremiali Buck, June 25, 17T7. 

rEli Few, June 26,1777. 

SSebaatian Hiiuaholder, June 25, 1777. 

•Tolin Bellow, June 25, 1777. 

SSamuel Honeymiiu, June 25, 1777 ; on furlough. 

Jacob Ilouser, June 25, 1777. 

^licbael Bower, June 25, 1777. 

TVendel WendliiiR, June 26, 1777. 

.John Reap., June 26, 1777; oji commiind. 

Xeonard Rust, June 25, 1777. 

<ieorge Hess, June 25, 1777. 

Jobn Stroop, June 25, 1777. 

Frederick Uraban, June 26, 1777 ; on guard. 

Jacob Croft, June 25, 17T7 ; on guard. 

Patrick Warn, June 25, 1777; on Kuard. 

Henry Smatz, June 25, 1777 ; on guard. 

Ebert Tliomiis, June 25, 1777. 

Robert Wood, June 25, 1777 ; in Smitli'a sbop. 

Jobn Sraallwood, June 25, 17T7; on furloujcb. 

Jobn Earnest, June 25, 1777. 

Thomas Pliilips, June 25, 1777 : on furlougb. 

Adam Thraslier, June 26, 1777. 

Andrew Older, June 26, 1777 ; Hrnve<l the 2d of July. 

William Weisman, June 25, 1777 ; arrived the 2d of July. 

John Dietz, June 2-'), 1777 ; arrived the 2d of July. 

John Ebert, June 2-i, 1777 ; arrived tlie 3U of Jnly. 

Jolin Gunzet, June 25. 1777 , arrived tbe 3d of Jnly. 

Jacob Walter, June 25, 1777 ; arrived the 3d of July. 

I*wis Runner, June 25, 1777 ; arrived tbe 3il of July. 

Charles Cirt, June 25, 1777. 

Michael Flyer, June 2.5, 1777 ; arrived the eth of July. 

John Graft, June 25, 1777 ; arrived the 9th iif July. 

Jacob Unbehard, June 25, 1777 ; arrived the 9tli of July. 

I^muel Lurton, June 25, 1777 ; arrived the 9th of July. 
Billingsport, July 12^, 1787. Mustered then Ciiptain George Es- 

terly's coinpany, as spectlied in the above roll. 

LoD". Sprogeix, M. M. O. of p. 




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ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



CAPTAIN ISAAC AUSTIN'S COMPANY. 



Mtuier rcU of Cai4*tin Isaac Austin^a Fkmrth wmpany^ qf the I 
haUalian of Philadtlphia Militia of Foot, in tlie terriee qf the Z7v 
iStotef, oommandtd by William Bradford, E»q>% Colonel. 

Captain. 
Isaac Austin. 

LiiuUnantB. 

John Wilson, on furlouffh. 
Samnel Crosby. 

ISnsign, 
Joseph Foster. 

Sergeants. 

Peter Smiths on furlongh. 
PhiUip Flock. 
Jacob Heyiiey. 
Andrew Cressman. 

Corporals. 
William Barret. 
John Potts. 



Henry Yager. 
Joseph Potts. 



Drummer and Fifer, 



Privates. 



John Ker. 
Adam Yager. 
Bartley McRaw. 
Henry Fenner. 
Zebediali Davids. 
Detrick Montseor. 
Christian Fight. 
John Shneider. 
James Clarke. 
Charles Ilobart. 
George Holt. 
William McCoUough. 
Isaiah Hazelton. 
Oliver Yansaut. 
Micliael Anderley. 
Phillip Mawser. 
George Smith. 
Frederick Powel, absent. 
Peter Murrey. 



AND MIUTIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 617 

William RobUison. 

John Kitler. 

Cveorge Stoota. 

X^ewis Reyiier. 

Godfrey Iliiwker. 

.Totin Callahan. 

,Jumes C'arrell. 

^Ifcliael McOrea. 

.7oliii Ilawiyii. 

.^icliolas Keyser, on furlough. 

Isaac Ganliier. 

reter Gardner. 

-lohn 8utt«r. 

•Inhi) Witeman. 

ThomaB Uixsim, on furlough. 

^Robert MontgODif!ry. 

—Tilings Brown. 

Thomns Deiinison. 

!HicliKeI Keyser. 

Trederick U'af(ner. 

l>atiit!l Koodle. 

Michael Worn. 

John Jamison. 

<^bnstian Uhll. 

Michael Gross. 

WilHam Forrest. 

Geoi^ Nunnfinaker, 

Charles Freeman. 

Jolin Bigler. 

Jacob Walker. 

Jacob Able, absent. 

Henry Bell. 

JSurapson Bowman. 

Abner Lewis. 

Andrew Foster. 

Jacob Bully. 

John Johnson. 

John Weilenraeir. 

Robert Valentine. 

Thomas Bryan. 

Paul Beck. 

Henry Jones, on furlough. 

Thomas Ridley. 
Billingsinrt, July 12"', IT77. Mustered then CaptAiu Isaac Au^ 

tin's company, as specified in the above roll. 

LoD^ Sproobll, M. M. U.ofP. 



618 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

CAPTAIN GEORGE FOREPAUGH'S COMPANY, 

Mutter mil of (.'a/iKiin Otorqe Foreiiaugh'a Fiftk company, < 
Firat dugs, PhiUuUlahia HilUirt, wm in the Mroice of tfu I 
UtaUs, commanded by Colonel William Brad/ord, Stq. 

Caiitain. 

Georse Forepaugh, com. Uay Si, 1T7T. 

Lieutenanlt. 

William Bunting, com. May 31, 1777. 

Conrad Miller, cuoi. May 81, 1777. 

Engign. 
JuliD Sober, com. May 31, 1777. 

Sergeantt. 
Daniel Bender, app. June 26, 1777. 
Jolm Haselwaiiger, app. June 2S, 1777. 
Samuel Smith, app. June 25, 1777. 
Nathaniel Norgrove, app. June '25, 1777. 

C'lrinrrals. 
Ferdinand Manmorloun, app. Jnue 25, 1777. 
Joliii Cactriglit, app. June 'JS, 1777. 
Lawrence Swalie, app. June £.5, 1777. 
Ueoi'Ke Ilunile, app. June 25, 1777. 

Drummer and Fifer. 
William Traiitwine. app. June 'i5, 1T7T. 
Michael Coller, upp. June 26, 1777. 

PrivaKs. 
Alexander Rogers, June 2i>, 1777 ; oti furlough. 
Tobias Sink. June 25, 1777. 
Conrad Sliellliorn, June 25, 1777. 
Jainea Laudy, June 26, 1777. 
Jacob Yenser, June 25, 1777. 
Johnllise, June 2S, 1777. 
Thomaa Derbyshire, June 2.5, 1777. 
Joseph Fulmnre, June 25. 1777. 
John Cook, June 25, 1777. 
Ijove Btiker. June 25, 1777 : nn command. 
Joseph Honeker, June 25. 1777. 
George Phcp. June 26, 1777. 
Lewis Bender, June 25, 1777. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 

Shimon Cilvlstre, Juae 26, 1777. 
3^vid Bradaliaw, June 25, 1777. 
.Anthony Kern, June 25, 1777. 
John Fraly, June 25, 1777, 
JoliD Gilmore, June 25, 1777, ' 
Joseph Sucktrid, June 25, 1777 ; on command, 
f eter Biiker, June 25, 1777 ; on command. 
Jo)in Rice, June 25, 1T7T ; on command. 
IBata Doraey, June 25, 1777 ; on furlough. 
<;iirbtoii)ier Zimmerman, June 25, 1777. 
Jacob Rone, June 25, 1777. 
Oonrad Wirt, June 25, 1777. 
Thomas Raker, June 2S, 1777 ; on command. 

John Edwards, June 26, 1777 ; deserted. 

Henry Kaboon, June 25, 1777, 

Peter Green, June 25, 1777. 

James Renshaw, June 25, 1TT7, 

John Stukert, June 25, 1777. 

Uartin Summers, June 25, 17T7. 

Joseph Jobs, June 25, 1777. 

George Slilyfter, June 25, 1777, 

John Crowel, June 26, 1777. 

Wentsel Derrick, June 25, 1777. 

John Blake, June 25, 1777, 

William Blake, June 25, 1777. 

Jacob Co<imh3, June 25, 1777. 

Daniel Bickley, June 25, 1777. 

Peter Rice, June 25. 1777. 

George Briggs, June 25, 1777, 

John Devoo, June 25, 1777, 

Andrew Kirk, June 25, 1777, 

John Ilolman, June 25, 17T7, 

Lewis Cale, June 25, 1777, 

Andrew Walker, June 25, 1777. 

Cliristopher Miller, June 25, 1T77. 

John Light, June 23, 1777, 

William Justice, June 2-5, 17T7. 

James Shibar, June 25, 1777. 

Daniel Ent, June 25, 1777. 

JacobReel. June 25, 1777. 

Patrick McDonnach, June 25, 1777. 

John Rago, June 25, 1777. 

John Mills, June 25, 1777, 

William Lake, June 2.5. 1777, 

John ijwern. June 25, 1777, 

Frederick ForeptuigU, June 25, 1777. 



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AND MILITIA OF THE REVOF.UTION. (til 

PritaUs. 
TliomaB Herbison. 
Alexander Adams. 
MicliDel Owiter. 
John Briscoe. 
Fjunc'is Pink. 
James Justice. 

Nieliolas Hessinienger, sick, on furlougli. 
James Keith. 
Andrew Smiley, 
David Alsiiangh. 
Jolm Ryan. 
Joso|ili Garwood. 

James !jtinsoii, absent without leave. 
Edward Ilyiiea. 
Henry Lackey. 
Benjamin Pliili[H. 
Johu Shnie. 

Frederick Liiwderbrunn. 
John Muiii-oe. 
John Cowaii, on Turlonfth. 
FolHard Pardne, on furlough. 
William Cropley. 
John MeCiiHy. 
IsaiK Day. 
Jolm Taiiniiij;. 
Pliilip TliooKis. 
Mictiael Pi|)er. 
Emanuel Iti^ar, on furlough. 
David Ciirr. 
Josepli llankin. 
John Jeieniiab. 
James Buclianan. 
William Ciray. 

Mark Ellis, dischai^ed, unfit. 
James Oihon, on guard, 
(ieiirf^e Ilnckf^iilock. 
John Fletcher. 
Jactib Ott. 
iSamuel Coney, on guard. 

BillinKaport, July l^'**. 1TT7. Mustered then Captain John Smith's 
company, as specified in the above roll. 

LoD'. Sprooell, M. M. B. of P. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



COL. COWPERTHW AIT'S BATTALION. 

Cobmtl. 

Joseph Cowperthwait, Esq., September 11, 1777. 

M,'jor. 

Jolm Browne, Est]., September 11, I77T. 

Adjutant. 

Low, September II, 1777 ; deserted September 34, 1777. 

I'eter Carpenter. 

Quarter ^faslcr. 

I'ayiie Newman, September 11, 1777. 

Quarter Muster Seryennl. 

Hugh Hodge, September W, 1777. 

Sergeant Majnr. 

John Copple, September II, 1777. 

Drum Majtir. 

Cliarles JIaney, September II, 1777. 

CAPTAIN ROBERT SMITH'S COMPANY. 

Mfinter roll nf Oiptain Rftbert Smith's •■omp<tng. Fifth class nf Phila- 
ihljihin ^tilUi'l, now intlte Sfn'ieeiif the United Stattt, ixnimandcd 
by <'<iUiiiet Jiixeiih Ckneiierlliwait, Esq. 
Captiiin. 
Rolwrt Smitli, com. September 11, 1777. 
Lieiilenants. 
Kzekiel I^-tls, com. Septemljer 11. 1777. 
Josepli Uoelim, com. September II. 1777. 

Sergeants. 
James Ciregpory.app. September II, 1777; on command at Enston. 
William I^wis, app. September 11, 1777 ; on command at Eaaton. 

Corporiil. 
lobti McCIoud, app. September 11, 1777. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 6^ 

Drwmfn^ and Fifer. 
Jiimes Brj^au, app. September It, 1T7T. 
Joseith Boeliin, Jr., app. September 11. I7TT. 

PritxiiM. 
William Moody, September 11. 1777. 
.Tolin Dewetee, September 11, 1777. 
Peter Eckel, September 11, 1777. 
.lames Aiidei-son, September 11. 1777. 
I'eter Anderaoii, September 11, 1777. 
Audrew Huston, September 11, 1777. 

ChristiHii Hughes, September 11, 1TT7 ; on command at Easton. 
Samuel Armitage, September 11, 1777. 
Jamea Linvill, September 11, 1777 ; sick, on fuTfouEli. 
John Vatterson, September 11, 1777. 
Thomns Dickinson, September II, 1777, 
Jamea Irvine, September 26, 1777. 
George Uook, September 28, 1777. 

James McMiillen, September 22, 1777 ; servant to the Colonel. 
Jacob Towers, deserted October 6. 

November 8, 1777. Then mustered Captain Robert Smitb'scom- 
pany, aa specified in the above roll. 

Lahb'. Wilmbr, D. M. M. 



CAPTAIN GEORGE REINHARDT'S COMPANV. 

Muster roll of Captain George Reinkardt'a company of the Fifth claat, 
Phitmlelpliia Militia, iiow in the seri-ief. of the UniUd States, com- 
manded by Colonel Joseph CowptrlhionU. 
Captain. 
George Reinhardt, com. September 11, 1777. 

Lieutefiaiiti. 
Alexander Quarries, com. September 11, 1777, 
John Ecky, com. September 11, 1777. 
EnHtgn. 
John King, com. September II, 1777. 

Sergeants. 
Henry Dletz, app. September 11, 1777. 
Peter Lea, app. September 11. 1777. 
Uonaiil Suiffert, app. September 11, 1777. 
ADdrew Lea, app. September 11, 1777. 



934 ASSOCIATED DATTALtONS 

Uorporal". 
JulmGravtl.upp. SepteQiber 11. t'TT. 

Nicliolous Kird, app, Septeuibt-r 11, 1777; dewrted September 21, 
Enist Foater, app. September 11, 1777. 

i>tn»)iii.fr n»il Fiftr. 
Joliti Miiyers, app. September 11, 1777. 
UufT Diighiu.1, app. September 11, 1777 ; deserted September '2i. 

Vrivita. 
Midiael Lenlmrdt, September 11, 1777. 
Frederick' KtiBcr, September 11, 1777. 
John Ilotman, September 11. 1777. 
Alexander McUook, September II, 1777. 
David Syffrain, September II, 1777. 
■ John Wester, September 11, 1777. 
Casper Graff, September 11, 1777. 
Lewis Ri gilt, September II, 1777; deserted Octolier 4. 
JamesDonglierly, September 11, 1777. 
UeofKeSieliel, September 11, 1777; Hick the 20th of September, nl 

Philadelplifn. 
Peter Lolira, Septemlwr 11, 1777. 
Andrew Miller, Septemltcr 11, 1777. 
John Hilliuer, Septemlier 11. 1777; descried. 
Peter Jjair, Septenil)er 11, 1777 ; deserted. 
GeorKi- IlieliiiK, September 11, 1777; sick the SOth of September, at 

Philadelphia. 
John Myley. Septcml>er 11, 1777. 
John von Erdt'ti, li'eptemlier 11, 1777, 
Jacob J uatn.'t, September 11, 1777; deserted September 24. 
Adam Metz, Spptemlwr 11, 1777. 
William Stoll, ScptemU-r 11, 1777. 
(George lAnk, S<'pt«mlier 11, 1777. 
Michael Keiser, September 11, 1777. 
Ilichard Hunt, September 11, 1777 ; nick the 2ritli of September, al 

Philadelphia. 
Adam Lair, Septemlier 11, 1777 ; deserted. 
John KlHn-th, September 11, 1777. 
(.'aH|)er Striilile, Septemlier 11, 1777. 

Michael Uryder, SepteniluT 11, 1777; deserted September 24. 
John I-amhy, SeptemlNTll, 1777. 
<;odliehZair, St-ptemlKT 11.1777. 
David Moore, Septembcv 11, 1777. 

(feorfref}ri(ter, September 11. 1777 i deserted SeiiteTiilrer H. 
Henry l>eal, .Septendier 11, 1777 ; deserted SeiiliniUir 24. 
Henry llawhich, Septeml#r II. 1777 
William Brannon, September 17, 1777 : deserted September Zi. 



AND MILITIA OF THE BEVOLUTION. 825 

Casper Ebbinger, September IT, 17T7. 
Peter Slinyder, September 19, 1777. 
Michael SbillInK* September 19, 17T7. 
Uuiiard Foster, September 19, 1777. 
George Muiindy, Sept«mber 20, 1777. 
Godfrey Glnner, September 11, 1777. 
William Harring, October 11, 1777. 

November y 3"", 1777. Mustered then Captain George tteln- 
li.irilt's compaoy, as specified In the above roll. 

Lahb'. Wiluer, D. M. M. 



CAPTAIN JONATHAN WAINWRIGHT'S COMPANY. 

A murter roll of Caplain JonatUan Wttinwright'B company, of the 
Fifth cltisa of Pbitadeljihia Militvi, now in the sfrvke of the VnUtd 
States, commanded by Joaeph VowpertloBait, Esq. 
Cafitain. 
■luiiathan Waiiiwright, com. .September 11, ITTT. 

First Lieuletutnt. 
Henr; Williams, com. September 11, 1777. 

Ensign, 
George Evans, com. September 11, 1777 ; absent without leave Oc- 
tober 11. 

Ser<ffantt. 
Moris Roach, app. September IS, 1T77 ; sick, absent in quarters. 
William Logan, app. September 15, ITTT ; discharged. 

Dumnter and Ftfer. 
Henry Rion, app. Septeml)er 20, 1777. 
Prinatea. 
Henry Young, September II, 1777. 

John Collins, September 15, 177T ; deserted 30tli of October, 
.lobn Lattimore, September 15, 1777; on command. 
Barney Cain, September 15, 1777. 
Thomas Healy, September 15, 1777. 
Alexander Henderson. September 15, 1777, 
Hugh Furgason, September 11, 177T. 
James Blair, September 19, 1777. 
Henry O'Harah, September 19, 1T7T. 

Patrick Barret, September 19, ITTT ; deserted September 20. 
John Brown, September 10, 1777 ; deserted September 21. 

November y* 12"", 1777. Mustered then Captain Jonathan Wain* 
Wright's company, as specifled in the above mil. 

Lamb'. Wiluer, D. M. M. 
40-VoL. XIII. 



ffi» ASSOCIATED llATTAl.IONS 

CAPTAIN LAMBERT WILMER'S COMPANY. 

Mitfter roll nf Captain Lanilmt Wilmtr^t tontpunij of the Fifth etau, 
I'liilndelpl'iit Militi'i, now tii the servu-e of tlie United Statts, arm- 
mandetl by Jtnitph Cowiiertliwait, Colonel, Exq. 

Captain. 
I^tnbert Wilmer. 

Stcond Lieutenant- 
Edward Oxley. 

Ensign. 
MIcliael Gross. 

Sergeantt. 
Thomns Gregory, app. September 11 , 1777, 
Tliornas Iliddle, upp. SeptemlMer lo. 1777; substitute. 
Jiihii .Siiiitli, a|ip. f^eptembtr II, 17T7. 

Primteg. 
CliHiles Ilobart, September II, 1"77 ; nick, and disclinri^d October 

13. 
Adam I'rinner, Soptember ll; 1777; mi coinmand iit Esist Town. 
Ki-biidiiib D:ivid, September II, 1777. 
■Iiiliii Iliiiey, Sfpteiiiber 11, 1777. 

Willhiiii Hitter, Septemlk-r 11, 1777 ; deserted Spptemlter 23. 
I'iiid Heck, September 11, 1777; dewrted Oetuber 4. 
JhcoU Foiglit, September 11, 1777 ; apjKttnled i|iMrter master aer- 

geunt, September I'D. 
IIiikIi Ilodge, ^ptember 11, 1777; nppoii)te<l quarter master aer- 

Iteaiit, September SO. 
Abraliiim Peters, Septemt)er 11, 1777; deserted September 23. 
Hobei't Pattoii, Septem1)er 11, 1777. 
I'etev lloi«e, September 11, 1777. 
Peter Sliriiik, Septemlwr 11, 1777 ; substitute. 
Micbrtel Aiiderly, Septeml)er11,I777; substitute; deserted October 

4. 
Pliili|i Ktiox, Septemt)er 11, 1777 : substitute. 
.lolm I'lilliii, September 11, 1777; at the sprliiR house; sick October 

13. 
(.'hailes Stow, September 11, 1777; deserted Septembei- 19. 
Henry Sliriiier, September II, 1777. 

Adam Primmer, September 11, 1777; deserted September 19. 
Anthiiiiy llammond, Si-ptember 11, 1777. 
Christlati Foiglit, September II, 1777; deserted Octobers. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 627 

Henry DunscI, September 11, 1TT7. 
Jonutlian Izard, September 11. 1T77 ; deserted October 12. 
Willitun Jacobs, September 11, 17T7 ; deserted September 19. 
Mlcbael Kremer, September Ifi, 1TT7 ; on command at East Town. 
Henry Finner, September 15, 1777 ; on commaiid at East Town. 
NicloB Wever, September IS, 1777 ; on command at East Town. 

Kovember y 14", 1777. Mustered tlien Captain Lambert Wll- 
mer's company, as specified in the above rail. 

LOD*. SrROOELL, M. M. O. of P. 



CAPTAIN WILLIAM BOWER'S COMPANY. 

Mmter roil of Captain WiUiitm Boicer's company of tht Fifth class, 
Philadelpkia Militia, iioto in the service of the United Statet, com- 
mandetl by Colonel Joseph Coteiierthtcait, November 11, 1777. 

Capiaxa.. 
William Bower. 



George Erouscop 

Serqta-nlt. 
Leonard Eesttier, app. September II, 1777. 
Fredericlt Hopps, app. September 11, 1777. 
Conrad Wever, app. September 11, 1777. 
Jolm Hevee,'app. September 11, 1777. 

Corpornh. 
Stoplier Wolfert, app. September 11, 1777. 
George Bucli, app. September 11, 1777. 
Lewis Buck, app. tieptember 11, 1777. 

jyrwnmeT and Fifer, 
Samuel Foi^^eson, app. September 11. 1777. 
Daniel Knight, app. September 11, 1777, 



an ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

PrianUi. 
John ChrlBtiiui HetherEck. Bepteinber 11, IT??. 
Michael Smltti, September II, 1777. . 
Joira Fox. September 11, 1777. 
Henry Beckly, Heirtemljer 11, 1777. 
Philip Lauder, September II, 1777. 
Hamuel Gilbert, September 11, ITH. 
Andrew McMnster, September II, 1777. 
James O'Brian, September 11, 1777; deserted September 20. 
John llaas, September U, 1777 ; deserted September 20. 
William Burkurd, September II. 1777 ; deserted September 20. 
John Liglit, September 11, 1777 ; sick, absent. 
James Ki'Ily, September II, 1777; sick, absent. 
Griffy (irifletli, September 11, 1777 ; deserted September 20. 
George Hufman, September 11, 1777, 
diaries Sliepperd, September 11, 1777 ; Hick, absent. 
Peter Asprnmi, September 11, 1777; disserted September 20. 
John Stringer, Septeml)er 11, 1777. 
Lawrence Beckly, September 11, 1777. 
Peter Ocksen, September 11, 1777; deserted September 20. 
Paul Bowers, September 11, 1777: deserted Septemlier ai. 
Frederick Wolfert, September 11, 1777. 
.lohn Snider, .September II, 1777; deserted September 20. 
Charles Hansel, September 11, 1777; deserted September 20. 
lienjamin Cosmaii, Septeni!>er II, 1777. 
Steplien Koguld, Septembt'r 11, 1777; deserted September 20. 
Solomen Cell, September 11, 1777. 
George Slyger, September 11, 1777. 

Philip Wirt, Septemlwr 11. 17rt7; deserted September 20. 
Mark Kink, September 11. 1777. 
jHCob Claaly, Sc-|itcmber II, 1777 ; sick, absent. 
Gasper WethertHick, September 11, 1777. 
John Miller, September II, 1777; deserted October 30. 
James I^eonard, SeptemlK'r II, 1777. 
Danit'l Hains, Sejitemlxir II, 1777; deserted September 20. 
Peter Cart, Seirtember 11, 1777. 

William Fox. September 11, 1777 ; deserted September 20, 
George Bower, St'ptemlter U, 1777 ; deiterted September 20, 
John Miller, .September 11, 177", 
William Collett, Septemlier 11. 1777. 

Jacob Pring, September 11, 1777 ; snl>stitiite, on command. 
Andn^w Uower, September II, 1777; deserted Septenil>er 20. 
Patrick McDonncl, September 11, 1777; sulwtitiite; deserted Sep- 

temlier 20 
Pi'ter Ockman, September 11, 1777 ; deaertnl Sei>tembeT 30. 
Puyston Caif, September 11, 1777 ; sick, absent. 



AND MIUTIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 6S9 

Petot Carpenter, September 11. 1777 ; substitute. 
James Pberbaud, September II, 1777 ; sick, abseut. 
William Keen, September 11, 1777 ; eubstitute. 
.leremiali Uhusnut, September II, 1777. 
Daniel Ent, September 18, 1T77 ; substitute. 
Christopher Miller, October 29, 1T7T ; Vollen. 
Philip Stock, October 17, 1777; Vollen. 
George Cranacope, October 19, 1777 ; Vollen. 

November y* 6", 1777. Mustered then Captain William Bower's 
company, as specified in tbe above roll. 

Lamb' Wilher, D. M. M. 



COh. SHAEPE DELANEY'S BATTALION. 

Colonel. 

Uharpe Delaney, July 12, 1777 ; Hbeent with leave. 

Lieutenant Colonel, 

William W^ill, July 12, 1777. 

Major. 

Alexander Bord, July 12, 1777. 

Adjutiint. 

Lowe, July 12, 1777. 

Quarter Master. 

Edward Evans, July 12, 17TT. 

yuiirtfr Maaler Sergeant. 

Benjamin January, July 12, 1777. 

Drum Major. 

WiHtam Peel, .Tu!y 12, 1777. 



630 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



CAPTAIN CHARLES SYNC'S COMPANY. 



Mttster roll of Captain Charles Stfug'^s First company^ of the Phila- 
delpkia Second regiment of Fo*)t, in ttw st-rvice of the United Statea, 
comnianiled by Colonel Sharpe Delaney^ Esq. 

Captain, 
Charles Sy!ig, com. June 25, 1777. 

Lieutenants. 

John Pollard, com. June 25, 1777. 
Eva!i Cook, com. June 25, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Thomas Cummiugs, com. June 25, 1777. 



Sergeants. 



James Ween. 
Jolni Grantham. 
Elihus Hand. 
John Young. 



Jacob Evans. 
Leonhard Reed. 
John Call. 



George Leeklen. 
Bastian Meyer. 



Corj)orals. 



Drummer and Fifer. 



Privates. 



William Clayix)le. 

John Stout. 

Michael ComiK?r, sick, on furlough. 

Peter Duff, deserted. 

Jacob Esl)er. 

James Light, on furlough. 

Tliomas Hall. 

James Ilardon. 

Jacob Eiden. 

James Hetson. 

John Hrown. 

Adam Weitner. 

John Freymond, ou furlough. 



AND MILITIA OF THE KEVOLUTION. 681 

Edwun] Duwliiif;. 

He my i^lletKe^. 

Fi-ederick Link, 

Heiirj Cump. 

Cliriatiiin Young. 

Itobert Taylor. 

Charles Simpson. 

Thomas Iliirraii. 

John Cliuls. 

Geoi^ S«^is. 

Andrew Kinmer. 

AmoH Atkinson. 

Joseph Boutler. 

John Ganlner. 

Thomus Berry. 

John Ferniild. 

John Miirdock, siuk, on furlough. 

Andrew Metz. 

William Deniiey. 

Peter Gorden. 

Samnel Brittin. 

John Wittiger. 

Kichard Eienner. 

Joseph Deemer. 

John Burden. 

Barrey Demsey. 

Itobert MinKHu. 

John McCalleii. 

John Uuiinor. 

Mathew Fellia. 

Richard llemsy. 

Edward Digon. 

Casper Struble. 

AVJUiam Kirk. 

Stephen GillxTt. 

.[nmes Bnrden. 

Bastian Rittinger. 

DillingsiKirt, July 12"', 1777. Mustered ti:eii Captain Charles 
fiyng's company, as speciUed in tlie above roll. 

LOD'. SPROQELL, M. M. &. oj P. 



ASSOCIATED BATTAUOMS 



CAPTAIN JOHN DOWNEY'S COMPANY. 

Mutter roll of Uuiduin John Downty't Second company of the Phila- 
deliAia MlUiu, Second baUalinn of Foiit, in the ttrcice t^ tha 
United StateB, commanded by Sharp Delany, Bsq. 
Otptain. 
John Dowoey. 

Urit LieutenatU. 
Micliael If cGunQoii. 



ThomRfl Willis. 



Robert Miirdock. 
Joaepli Wayne. 
James Reed. 
Robert Ellison. 



Second Lieutenant. 



Henry BusI). 
Henry Miller. 
George McKeigh. 
Jolin Taylor. 

Geonce Younft. 
Williani Young. 



i>ru»ii)if r and Fiftr 



Jolin Cooper, 
■lames McCnml). 
Kictianl Me.Mfclian. 
Daniel lluser. 
Solomon W rig) It. 
Alexmider lliinket. 
William Brechan. 
Rolwrt Craft. 
■lameH Dfllit. 
Job II Iliiliia. 
(Jeorge Stay ley. 
Riclianl Dickson. 
John I^ng. 



AND UILITIA OF THE RBVOLUTIOX. 0S3 

James Welsh, nick, on furlou^. 

James Brimiiixlmm. 

Fruiicla Anthony. 

Fergus McVay. 

Peter Stewart. 

Gabriel Wilson. 

Jaioes Man. 

I'eter Purslll, on furlough. 

Joseph Wetherby. 

Tliomas Cane. 

James O'Brien. 

Christian Flower. 

Jacob Gribltle. 

David McLblland. 

Thomas Muryhy. 

Matthias Kelly. 

Steplien Foreman. 

Joseph Greenwood. 

William Mnrdocb, on furlougli. 

George Friend, 

Solomon Willis, discharged unfit. 

BillingBport, July 12^, 1777. Mustered then Captain John Dow- 
ney's company, as speciQed in tlie above roll. 

LoD'. Sproobll, Jf. if. Q. <4 ^> 



CAPTAIN PETER MEH RUNG'S COMPANY. 

Mvein ToH of C'iptain Pettr Xehrliny'a Tliird c/tnpaii.v of the fkcond 
Ifittalioii of Foot, in tht ierciee of the United Slates, comntanded by 
Sliarji Delnn'j, Esq., Colonel. 

Vaptain. 
Peter MehrlinK. Esq., com. June 25, 1777 ; absent with leave. 

First Lieiiteitant. 
Henry Home, com. June 25, 1777. 

Stoond Lituttrtant. 
Ezekiel Worrel, com. June 26, 1777. 

Charles Deshler. com. June 25, 1777 ; absent with leave. 



684 ASSOCIATED BATTAUONS 

SerytanU. 
John WattBoii, app. Juue 26, ITTT ; substitute. 
Frederick Dewey, app. June 25, ITTT. 
WiUUm IlaimKU, Kpp. Juue !!ii, 1TT7. 
Conrad Deweter, app. June 27, ITTT. 

Corpora?*. 
Micliael Kerner, app. June 25. ITTT; substitute. 
Autlioiiy Ilaight, upp. June 25, ITTT. 
BarnawJ Keih, app. J nue 25, ITTT ; on furlough. 
Fredericic Sliitz, app. June 25, 17T7 ; substitute. 

Druntmer atul fifer. 
Ulctaael Myers, app. June ^, ITTT : sulistllute. 
Utchael Wester, app. June 25, ITTT. 

Privates. 
Adam I^ir, June 25, ITTT. i 

Abraliam Minick, June 25, 1TT7. 
Alexander Warwick, June :;i, 1TT7 ; substitute. 
Andres Anaclia, June 25, 1TT7; substitute. 
Adam Mytr, June 2S, 1777 ; substitute. 
Adam Craft, June 25. 1777. 
iialser Uiglier, June 25, I7TT ; substitute. 
Christian Camp, St., June 25, 1T77 ; substitute. 
Christian Camp, Jr., June 25, 1777. 
Cliristtan Pick. June 25, 17TT ; on fnrlough. 
Utivid Moore, June 25, ITTT. 

DdviA Slatzcr. June2.'i, ITTT; snbstitute; on furlough. 
Ikivid Miller, Jnue 25, ITTT. 
David Poneins, June 26. 1T77 ; on furlough. 
Fergus Johnson, June 25, 1777 ; substitute. 
Ueorge Ware, June 25, 1777 ; auletitute. 
Geoi^ Taylor, .lune 25, 17TT ; assistant to butcher, 
(ieorge Hoof, Juue 35, 17TT ; Captains' couk. 
Ueorge Cook, June 25, 1T77. 
Gerliai-d Schmit, June 25, 1777. 
Ueorge Keyler, June 25, 1777. 
Jacob Kelk, JiiJie25, 1T77. 
Jcrt-miah Kelk, June 25. ITTT. 
Jeth Duterinaer, June 2.5. 17T7. 
John Calla)i»u, Juue 25, ITTT ; substitute. 
John Johnston, June 25, ITTT; substitute. 
Jacob Keyser, June 25, 177T ; substitute. 
James Kvines, June 25, ITTT. 
James Duke, June 25, ITTT ; euletitute. 
John Westward, June 25, 1T77 ; substitute, 



AND MiLlTIA OF THE REVOLUTION'. 



s 



Jacob Luutenslyer, Juue 25, 17TT. 

John KIntham, June 2d, 1TT7. 

Jab Hackenmiller, June 25, I7T7. 

Jab Ewald, June 25, 1777. 

Jab Higersoa, June 25, 1777 ; sutntitute. 

JoaUua Edwards, June 25, 1777; sick in camp; disctiarRed unflt. 

John Davis, June 25, 1777. 

John Cashman, June 25, 1777. 

Joseph McKee, June 25, 1777 ; aubetitute. 

James Uhapmuu, June 25, 1777. 

John Haines, June 25, 1777 ; arrived y 9 July. 

Jolin Boyer, June 25, 1777. 

Jobn Scliwitzer, June 25, 1777 ; substitute. 

Jacob Alsbougli, June 25, 1777 ; substitute. 

Ludwig Wrigbt, June 25, 1777 ; substitute. 

Lewis Grower, June 25, 1777 ; Captain's clerk. 

Maximilian Nitzer, June 25, 1777. 

Michael Leonard, June 25, 1777; substitute. 

Micbael Uinick, June 25, 17T7 ; on furlough. 

Michael Shilling, June 25, 1777; on command. 

Otho. Schwartz, June 25, 1777. 

I'eter Heimer, June 25, 1777 ; on furlough, and sick in town. 

Peter Adams, June 25, 1777. 

Peter Walter, June 25, 1777. 

Phillip Crumel, June 25, 1777 ; butcher to battalion. 

Thumas Bteks, June 25, 1777. 

Thomas Boat, June 25, 1777. 

William Brannoii, June 25, 1777; substitute; sick in camp; old 

, unflt, 

William Bartholomus, June 25, 1777 ; substitute. 

William Statzer, June 25, 1777 ; substitute. 

William T^awrence, June 25, 1777. 

John Shaffer, June 25, 1777 ; on command. 

William Kemp, June 25, 1777. 

John Mylen, June 26, 1777 ; subnlil ute. 

Kudolph r^air, June 25, 1777 ; work in bake hous'. 

Adam Hellermas, June 25, 1777, 

Oornelus Keran, June 25, 1777 ; sulHtitute ; arrived July 8. 

Robert Ellis, June 25, 1777 ; substitute ; in town on furlougli. 

Billingsport, July 12'^ 1777. Mustered then CapUin Peter Melir- 
Ihig'a company, as speciflpd in the above roll. 

Lod". Spboobll, M. U. 6. of p. 



686 



ASSOCIATEP BATTALIONS 



CAPTAIN LAZARUS PINE'S COMPANY. 



MusUr roll of Captain Lazarus Pine^s FourUi company of the Second 
battalifm, Philadelphia Militia of Foot^ in the service of the Vniiei 
States, commanded by Sharp Delany, Esq.^ ColoneU 



Lazarus Piue. 



Georgfe Wilson. 
William Ilaverstick. 



Jacob Masoner. 



Jacob Young, on furlough. 
Samuel Blair. 
John Dorville. 
Samuel Sutton. 



Charles Abington. 



Captain. 



Lieutenants. 



Euspjn, 



Sergeants. 



Drwniner. 



Privates. 



Martin Navely. 

Henry Peters. 

William Conn. 

Andrew Stall. 

Jacob Xan utter. 

George Young, sick, on furlough. 

Clnistian Scott. 

Jacob Shari>. 

George Forker. 

George Smith. 

Cliristian List, sick, on furlough. 

Amos Buck, sick, in camp. 

Hugh Pliillips. 

Jacob Mouser, sick, on furlough. 

.Tt^remiah Hloomfteld. 

Charles Dedetrick. 

John Millward, lame, on furlough. 

Stand ish Fordo. 

Samuel Muschell, sick, in camp. 



AND HIIJftA OF THB REVOLUTION. BK 

Hsttbew Hand. 

Phillip Dover. 

Andrew Miller. 

CitBper Bntdtiowpr. 

James Dow, sick, in cnmp. 

Robert Hey sham. 

John Reepsu tamer. 

Henry Teaffe. 

Phillip Will. 

Conrad Weaver. 

George Foster. 

Henry Foore. 

Joseph Bniidon, on furlough. 

Christtati Smith. 

Hamphrey Donoliu. 

Martin Kiiitzley. 

John Ijewis. 

Jacob RIffey. 

William I ihcheon. 

Tbomaa County. 

Jamea Donoyan. 

Peter Swope. 

Michael On^iiest, on furloiigli. 

George Fleck. 

Phillip Clauser. 

Joseph Robinett, on commaiiil. 

Ilenry Bovee. 

Patricli IlHmilton. 

Robert Allen. 

■lonathan Arnold. 

Thomas Carrel 1. 

Jonathan Iszard. 

JabD Madln. 

Michael Ott. 

Robert Burridgfi. 

Peter Miller. 

Josiati Wood. ' 

James Kinknde. 

Frederick Konebrookp. 

Jacob Winemore. 

Robert HardiP. 

Billingaport. July 12*, 1777. Mustered then Captain Lnmrii! 
Fine's company, as specilled in the utxive mil. 

Ix)n'. Sprooell, M. M. G. tff P. 



C3S ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



CAPTAIN CHRISTIAN PIERCY'S COMPANY. 



Mtister roll of Captain Christian Piersey-s Fifth company j of tlie 
Second class of Philadelphia Militia, in the sei'vice of the United 
States, commanded by Colonel Sharp Delany, Esq, 

First Lieutenant, 
Christian Piercy, com. June 25, 1777. 

S'cond Lieute}uint, 
Thomas Rice, com. June 25, 1777. 

Ensign, 
Andrew Meyer, com. June 25, 1777. 

Sergeants. 

Aron Smallwood, app. June 25, 1777. 
John Nail, app. June 25, 1777. 
William Parker, app. June 25, 1777. 
George Tell, app. June 25, 1777. 

Corpora/^. 

Raymond Fisher, app. June 25, 1777. 
George Death, app. »Tune 25, 1777 ; on furlough. 
Andrew Mc Master, app June 25, 1777. 
Valentine Clemens, app. June 25, 1777. 

Dmynmcr and FiJ'er, 

Peter Pudan, app. June 25, 1777. 
Peter Guinup, app. June 25, 1777. 

Pnvaics, 

John Justice, June 25, 1777. 
John Cain, June 25, 1777. 
John Bobbit, June 25, 1777. 
AVniiam Nagle, June 25. 1777. 
John McKinney, June 25, 1777. 
William Keen, Juno 25, 1777. 
John Commey, June 25, 1777. 
William Alexander, June 2-5, 1777. 
Erard Geblehouse, June 25, 1777. 
Henry Roushouny, June 25, 1777. 
Conrad Capehart, June 25, 1777. 
Walter Motley, June 25, 1777. 
Samuel Skillin, June 25, 1777. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. IJ3» 

-Jamea Smith, June 25, 1TT7. 
TliomHS VttrUley, June i5, 1777. 
-Joseph Good, June 25, 177T. 
Joseph Yard, June 25, 1777. 
NathHniel Given, June i>, 1777. 
Andrew Cape, June 25, 1777. 
William Guiuup, June 25, 1777. 
Christoplier Miller, June 2-j, 1777. 
Jacob Bishopberfter, June 25, 1777. 
Elenry llowich, .Tune 25, 1777. 
jHines Humphreys, June 2-5, 1777. 
Matliias Pant, June 25. 1777. 
Jrtcob Painter, June 25, 1777 ; on furlough. 
S»muel Gilljert. June 25, 1T77. 
John Dean, June 25, 1777. 
John Bergenpinp. June i5. 1777. 
Jnlin Benson, June 25, 1777. 
George Ilout, June 25, 1777. 
Jacob Rush, June 25, 1777. 
John Ilannan, June 25, 1777 ; sick, in camp. 
Jacob Tolbert, June 2a, 1777, 
Henry Jonas, June 2-5, 1777. 
George Teller, June 2.5. 1777. 
Adam Smith, June 25, 1777. 
Hugh Bums, June 25, 1777. 
Matiiew Orison, June 25, 1777. 
Tliomaa Douby, June 25, 1777. 
"WiHiam Storts, June 25, 1777. 
•Toseph Oaakey, June 25, 1777. 
FlolHTt Criatey, June 26, 1777. 
•Tames Pluiikett, June 2.5. 1777. 
Tlndolph Nenover, June 25, 1777. 
Jntaes Oaskey, iTune 2o, 1777. 
John Crissell, June 2.5. 1777. 
24atlila3 t^heats, June 2.5. 177T. 
Oenrge Gerllnger, June 2-5. 1777. 
■^Villiam Crawford, June 2.5, 1777. 
IVter Snydei", June 2-), 1777. 
William Ashton, June 2.5. 1777. 
Tttarlin Willend, June 2.5, 1777 ; on furlough. 
John Sutton, June 25. 177S: nn fuilongli. 
•Jacob Beckley, June 25, 1777; on furlough. 
riilllpNey, July 12, 1777. 

BillinKsport, July 12'^ 1777. Mustered then Captain Christian 
Piercey'a company, as specified in t)ie above roll. 

LoD". SpnooRi-i., M. M. a. of P. 



wo ASSOCIATED BAITALIOXS 

CAPTAIN JACOB SINK'S COMPANY. 

Mutter roll of Captain Jamb Sink's Sixth company, of the Seeoint 
cUus »r ltt<riment of F'lot, in Ihe nervict of the Vnitetl StuUx, enni- 
manned by Colonel Sharp Delany, Exq. 

Jacob Sink, Rom. June 2S, 1777 ; absent with leave. 

first Litutenant. 
JanieB Skinner, com. June 3-5, 1777. 

Second Littuenant. 
Mntliew Modltt, com. June 26, I77T. 

Kneiyn. 
William Fulton, com. June 3.J, 1777 ; absent with leave. 

Sergeant t. 
George Leaher, app. .Tune 25, 1777. 
George Green, app. June 25, 1777. 
Solomon Megg, app. June 25, 1777, 
Peter Cline, app. June 2B, 1777. 

VoriioraU. 
,Tolin French, app. July 4, 1777. 
John BuUler, app. July 4, 177T. 
George Shetsline, app. July 4, 1777. 
Tliomas Mitchell, app. July i, 1777. 

Drummer anil Fifer. 
William I'eele, app. July 10, 1777. 
Stephen Jtaker, app. July 10> I""". 

J'ricatet. 
Patrick ([cGlnnis, .luue 27, 1777. 
William I'lirrham, June 27, 1777. 
Paul Bleiui, June 'io, 1777. 
William Stouts, June 25, 1777. 
Prttriek Hare, June 2.5. 1777. 
Joint McKintiey, June '25, 1777. 
Jolin Young, June 27, 1777. 
Jacob llunttr, June 25, 1777. 
Mathias Rose, June 26, 1777. 
John Houseman, June 26, 1777, 
William Coie, June 25, 1777. 
John Garrett, June 26, 1777, 
Daniel Huber, June 27, 1777. 



ASD MILITIA OF THE BEVOLOTION. Ml 

Zitctiariah Davis, June 28, 1777. 

George Sink, Jiinc 25, 1777. 

Geoii;e Slilzell, June 26, 1T77. 

George Bruiiiier, June 25, 1777. 

Willmm Budaell, June 29, 1777. 

Henry Grove, June 25, 1777. 

Jacob Pister, June 25, 1777. 

Charles Newman, June 25, 1777. 

Jacob Albrisrlit, June 25, 17TT. 

Josepli Springer, June 26, 1777. 

Betijaiuin Asliton, June 29, 1777. 

Thomas Catclimure, June 25, 1777 ; discharged, unfit. 

Michael Celts, June 25, 1777. 

George lIoBner, July 2, 1777; absent witli leave. 

James Guy, July 9. 1777. 

Benjamin Bickerton, July 9. 1777. 

Conrad Leutner, July 9. 1777. 

William BlyUi, July 9. 1777. 

Adam Mollldore, clerk, June 25, 1777. 

Dennis Glancee, July 10, 1777. 

John Glesser, June 25, 1777. 

Henry Boyer, July 12, 1777. 

William Chetwell, July 12, 1777. 

Billingsport, July 12", 1777. Mustereil then Captain Jacob Sink's 
company, as specified iu the above roll. 

LoD\ Sprmgbll, M. M. O. of P. 



COL. EYRE'S ARTILLERY BATTALION. 

Colonel. 

Jehu Eyre. 

lAtvtenmtt Colontl. 

Thomas Nevill. 

JIfty'or. 
Joseph M»rsb. 

Adjutant. 
John Westcott. 



Surgton. 
Doctor McAlly, September 14. 1777 
41 -Vol.. XIII. 



642 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

CAPTAIN SAMUEL MASSEY'S COMPANY. 

A mutter rrill of Captain Samuel Maueg't company of ArtilleTji, of 
the Firnl chua oi Philadelpliia Militia, eomntanded by Jehu Eyre, 
Hiq., Colonel. 

Saniiel Mnssey, com. AuKUBt 27, ITTT. 

Captain Lieutenant. 
JoBOpli Fry, com. AuffOBt 27, 1777; on command. 

First Lieutewtnt, 
John McGlnlpy, com. Aiigust 27, 1777. 

Sccnnil Lieutenant, 
Isiiiic Asliton, cnm. Augiiat 27, 1777 ; illpil Septfrntier fi. 

William Home, com. AiigiiRt 27, 1T77 : alixfiit witli li>iive. 

Edward Watkey, npp, AiiKuat :;7, 1777. 
Juliii Keek, »|>p. AiiKnst :;7, 1777. 
Samuel llnll. app. AiiRiial 'J^, 1777. 
Jacub Beck, a[ip. August 27, 7777. 

C'irjjorals. 
Duncan Twig, app. AuRHSt 27. 1777, 
D. Craift, iipp. August ^7. 1T77. 
Joseph (Jee, app. AuKust 27, 1777. 
Henry Uiitler, apj). August 27, lV77. 

Druiimier nnil Fifer. 
George Martin, substitute for Jasiwr Cariieiiter, 
Ciiristlau Wagoner, nick, absent. 

Honiliitrilitr*. 
Jeremiah Williamson, August 27, 1777. 
Iktujamin Willianiaon, August 27, 1777. 
Simon Mitcliell, August 27, 1777. 
Jnmes Fiuiner, Aiicust -7, 1777. 
Bryan Fortuni", August ^7, 1777. 
John Ilawty, Auguat 27, 1777. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. M3 

Ounmrs. 
Tliomu Hitchell, Auftust 27, 1777 ; sick, abaent. 
Jumes Peny, August 27, 1777. 
Jamea llHyer. August 27, 1777. 
Jutm Haffliiie, August 27, 1777. 
Samuel Powell, August 27, 1777 ; absent with leave. 

John Ford. 

Jotin Galloway, preferred to quarter master Sept«inber 6, 1777. 

David Thompson. 

William Ford Ireland. 

Daniel BJckley. 

Robert Greavy. 

Peter Cape. 

Daniel McBride. 

Henry Bartleson. 

Jacob Stadts, sick, absent. 

David Clerk. 

Joseph Carmalt. 

.Toseph Fu Helton. 

William Tbompeou. 

James Bell. 

George Wilson. 

John McClure. 

John Bagwell. 

John Fisher. 

Geot^ Trace, substitute for John Matshall. 

Darby Creek's Mouth, September 9. 1777. Muntered then Cap- 
tain Samuel Massey's company of Artillery, as epecided above. 



CAPTAIN JOHN McCULLOUGH'S COMPANY. 

A. muiUrrollof Captain Jotin MeCu'.hti'jk^g Seemid amipany of At. 
lilttri/, of PhiUtdeliihia MilUia. crmmandetl by Jthn Eyre, Esq., 
Gilonel. First draught. 

Captain. 
John McCullougb, Esq., com. August 27, 1777. 

Captain Ltrutenant. 
John Connelly, com. August 27, 1777. 



U4 ASSOCIATED 13ATTAI.IOXS 

Fir»t LieuUnatit. 
ttamuel Goodman, oom. Aunust 2J, 17TT. 

Secnnd Limtenaiil, 
^tnuel Scott, cnm. August 2T, 1777. 

Lteuienant Fire-woTker. 
Mathew Slian-, com. August 27, 1777. 
Serijeantt. 
Samuel GriOln, app. August 27, 1777. 
•lolin BulKin, app. August 27, 17T7. 
Patrick Uuiuielly, app. August 27, 1777. 
Jacob Collody, app. August 27, 1777. 

Amiraw Dunuid, app. August 27, 1777. 
Samuel Casky, app. August 27, 1777. 
James McOill, a|i|). August 27, 1777. 
Kicholas Hand, app. August 27, 1777. 

Drummer and Fifer. 
William Tnmtwine, app. September fl, 1777. 
Mlcliael Wester, Hpi>. September il, 1777. 
BDiiibiiriliers. 
Micliael Thomiwon, AuKUst 27, 1777. 
Kol)ei-t Long, August 27, 1777. 
Israel IMl, August 27, 1777. 
.loliH O'Neal, August 27, 1777; sick, present. 

Oiintiert, 
Bichai'd Biddlei. August 27, 1777. 
Lewis Bun), August 27, 1777. 
James Young, Augu.st 27, 1777. 
William Crook, August 27, 1777. 

MatyonKt. 
Andrew Doden, August 27, 1777. 
Itolwrt Todd, August 27, 1777. 
.toliu Steward, August 27, 1777. 
lii>ltert Ciiaky, August 27, 1777. 
Andrew Peterson, August 27, 1777 ; sick, abaent. 
Jolin Gilyurd, August 27, 1777. 
Charles McCarter, August 27, 1777 ; sick, alnent. 
.lose)ili Jaeolis, August 27, 1777. 
BiirujibuH Xeave, August 27, 1777; conductor. 
Tliuinaa Allan, August 27, 1777; clerk. 

Fort Stiffliti, September 11), 1777. Mustered then Captain John 
MeCuUough's company, as apecilled above. 

LOD'. Sl'ROOBLL, Jtf. X. O. of P. 



AND MIMTIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 645 



CAPTAIN JOHN RUPER'S COMPANY. 



3fitster roll of Cayjiain John Huper-s company^ in the First Reginutd 
of Artillery^ in the service of the United StcUes, catnmanded by Col- 
onel Jehu Eyre^ in the City Mtlitia. 

Captain. 
John Ruper, com. September 11, 1777 ; sick, absent October 21. 

Captain Lieutenant. 
William Liunard, com. September 11, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Isaac M , com. September 11, 1777. 

Second Lieutenants. 

Robert McMullin, com. September 11, 1777 ; September 25, insane ; 
Daniel Corner. 

Lieutenant Fire-worher. 
Elijah Gaffing, com. September 11, 1777. 

Quarter, Master Sergeants. 

Andrew Gordon, app. September 11, 1777 ; brot. to the rank October 

19. 
William Allison, app. October 22, 1777. 

Sergeants, 

Daniel Gorner, app. September 11, 1777; app. second lieutenant 

September 26. 
William Allison, app. September 11, 1777 ; app. quarter master ser- 

fireant October 22. 
Conrad Ilanse, app. September 11, 1777. 
Thomas Perkinson, app. September 11, 1777. 
.James North, app. September 26, 1777. 

Corporals, 

James North, app. September 11, 1777: pro. sergeant September 26. 
Marmaduke Merrit, app. September 11, 1777 ; sick, absent October 

17. 
Frederick Walters, app. September 11, 1777; deserted September 

25. 
Isiiac Coats, app. September 11, 1777 ; deserted September 25. 
Henry Ferguson, app. Septeml)er 26, 1777. 
James Woods, app. Septeml)er 26, 1777. 
Jacob Shrack, app. September 26, 1777 ; deserted October 17. 



648 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Drummer and Fifer. 
William McMullin, app. September 11, 1777. 

Clerk, 
Samuel Kelsee, app. September 11, 1777. 

Bombardiers, 

• 

John Bartholomew, September 11, 1777. 

John King, September 11, 1777. 

John Cridling, September 11, 1777. 

Jacob Shrack, September 11, 1777 ; app. corporal September 26. 

John Ben net, September 20, 1777. 

James Wood, September 20, 1777 ; app. corporal September 26. 

Daniel Burkhart, September 26, 1777 ; lame, absent November 5. 

Jolm Drinker, September 26, 1777. 

Gunners, 

Daniel Burkliart, September 11, 1777; app. bombardier September 

26. 
John Drinker, September 11, 1777 ; app. bombardier September 26. 
Henry Ferguson, September 11, 1777 ; app. corporal September 26. 
John Watson, September 21, 1777. 

James Wood, September 11, 1777 ; app. boral)ardier September 20. 
James Dunn, September 26, 1777 ; wouhded October 4; left behind 

October 18. 
Jolin Bennct, September 11, 1777 ; app. bombardier September 26. 
Henry Miller, September 26, 1777. 
James Kerr, October 4, 1777. 
Thomas McCormick, October 12, 1777. 

Matrosses, 

William Copeland, September 11, 1777; almoner; absent at Philai- 

delphia. 
Peter I^teleer, September 11, 1777 ; deserted September 25. 
Matthew Stinible, September 11, 1777 ; deserted September 2o. 
Edward Glass, September 11, 1777 ; deserted September 20. 
Sampson Bowman, September 11, 1777 ; deserted October 12. 
John Magee, September 25, 1777. 
Hugh Nelson, September 11, 1777. 

Henry Miller, September 11, 1777 ; app. gunner September 26. 
James Dunn, September 11, 1777 ; app. gunner September 28. 
John Watson, September 11, 1777 ; app. gunner September 21. 
James Kerr, September 11, 1777; app. gunner October 4. 
John George, September 11, 1777. 

Matthew Rattcliffe, September 11, 1777; deserted October 12. 
George McCandliss, September 11, 1777 ; deserted October 12. 
Jobn Haniuyit ITtiitinitiw Ut^ltn \ daierted September dO. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 647 

Liawrence Neal, September 11> 1777; deserted September 25. 

David Sifrend, September 11, 1777 ; deserted September 27. 

George Hardin, September 11, 1777. 

John White, September 11, 1777. 

John Morris, September 11, 1777. 

James McCray, September 11, 1777 ; deserted October 12. 

Lieonard Miller, September 11, 1777. 

John Baker, September 11, 1777 ; deserted September 23. 

Thomas Bonn, September 11, 1777. 

William Toy, September 11, 1777 ; deserted September 25. 

Daniel Shubert, September 11, 1777. 

Phillip Hornby, September 11, 1777. 

Edward Pinkerton, September 11, 1777 ; deserted September 27. 

William Carter, September 11, 1777 ; deserted September 27. 

Jacob Flake, September 11, 1777 ; deserted September 27. 

William Clampher, September 11, 1777. 

John Gibbs, September 11, 1777. 

Samuel Liviuji^ston, September 11, 1777. 

John Fritz, September 11, 1777. 

William McClellan, September 11, 1777. 

Isaac White, September 11, 1777 ; deserted October 12. 

Samuel Dunlap, September 11, 1777. 

Adam Hess, September 11, 1777. 

Abel Lee, September 11, 1777 ; deserted October 12. 

Henry Myer, October 2, 1777. 

William Fling, October 24, 1777. 

Andrew Gordon, October 19, 1777. 

Thomas McCormick, September 11, 1777; app. gunner October 12. 

llobert St. Clair, October 6, 1777. 

AVhite Marsh, November 7, 1777. Mustered then Captain John 
Ruper's company, as specified in the above roll, 

LoD^ Sfrogell, M, M. 0\ of P. 



CAPTALN WILLIAM PROWELL'S COMPANY. 



Muster roll of Captain WVlmm ProtcclVs cfmipany of ArtiUerii^ 
Fourth dasiiof Philadelphia Militia^ %n the service of the Unitid 
States, commanded by Colonel Jehu Eyre. 

Captain, 
William Prowell, com. September 13, 1777. 

Captain Lieutenant. 
Sdwtrd James, com. September 13, 1777. 



049 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

first Lieuienaut. 
John Il«llunun, com. September 13, 17TT. 

Second Lieiitenanl. 
Jolin Olaypole, com. September 18, 1777. 

Dritmnter mid Fifer. 
.Tames Toy, u[>i>. September 13, 1777. 

I'rivaltn. 
John Towers, September 18, 1777. 
Peter Waiter, September 13. 1777. 
NicliolHs nimble, September 13, 1777. 
Tliomii^ IiiKles, September 13, 1777. 
Ohristopher Ackims, September 13, 1777. 
John Biley, September 18, 1777 : nbaeiit with leave. 
John Uitwan, Septemlwr 18, 1777. 
Adam Alexander, September IS. 1777. 
Enocli Morris, September 13, 1777. 
I'liilip Kiibii, SeptemU'r 13, 177T ; iibsient nJth leave. 
Charles Fordry, September 13, 1777. 
.Samuel Sutton, Septemtter 13, 1777. 
Samuel llnlitlio, September 13, 1777. 
Isaitc McFee, .September 18, 1777 ; abaeut with leave. 
I>Hvid Evans, St'ptember 13. 1777. 
JoBei)h Evatm, September 13. 1777. 
James Ty bo lit, Sept*nilier 13, 1777. 
Ambnute Sini|)si(n, Septeuilier iri, 1777, 
Peter liice, September 13, 1777. 

Philailelphia, Septeml«'r 15. 1777. Mustered then Captain Wil 
liam Prowell's comi>aiiy, as specilled lii the above roll. 

Ijjd". Sfkooell, Jtf. M. G. of P. 



CAPTAIN ANDRFW SUMMERS' COMPANY. 

Miuler roll "f Captnin Awlrein Siimmera' Fifth cnipAny, of the 
Fifth ctnx.1 iif l'hilndel)ihiii, Mililia, linjiiiwit of Fiiot, tn the service 
iif the Ihiited Stattx, coinmamUd b;/ Colonel J(litt Eyrt. 

.\iidrew Summers, com. Sppu-nilx'r 12, 1777. 

CdjX'iiii EnijiiKer. 
Ilenjiiniin Duvia, com. Sejitember 12, 1777. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 

Cai/tain Litvler.ant. 
Vriaeb Bartling, com. tiepteinbei- 12, 1777. 

Mrtl LieuWvml. 
Jacob Deigel, com. September 12, 17T7. 

Second LitvUnnitt. 
Balzer Stioford, com. September 12, 1777. 

Third LieuUHant. 
Samuel Seivert, com. September 12, 1777. 

Joseph Stride, app. S>'ptember I-, 1777 ; absent with leave. 
Johu Tliornliill, upp. September 12, 1777. 
Itoliert Sheplmrd, app. September 12, 1777. 
Grifhith Jones, app. September 12, 1777. 

Corporah. 
Oiriatiaii Doniclier, app. September 1 ', 1777. 
Thomas Laremore, app, September V2, 1777. 
Eberbanl Longcopt, app. September 12; 1777. 
William Crickin, app. September 12, 1777. 

Druainur and Fifer. 
John Summers, app, Septemtvei' 12, 1777, 
John Vouiig, app. September 1-', 1777 

BomharilUra. 
Samuel Church, Septemlier 12, 1777; absent with leave. 
James Davis, Septemljer 32, 1777. 
Jacob Magg, September 12, 1777. 
Richard llosley, September 12, 1777. 
Owen Hughes, September 12, 1777. 
Thomas Smith, September 12, 1777. 

Gunners. 
Jolin HalberStot, September 12, 1777 ; absent with leave. 
William Bowers, September 12, 1777 ; absent with leave. 
Rowland Pritchart, September 12, 1777. 
John I'eterkin. September 12, 1777, 
Andrew Ashton, September 12, 1777. 
Peter Pullin, September 12, 1777. 

JintrMStt. 
Isaiah Soudder, September 12. 1777. 
Joseph Zainders. September 12, 1777. 
neorge Cakwood, September 12, 1777 ; absent with leave. 
Cliarles Vost, September 12, 1777 ; absent with leave. 



660 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Hubert Mathuos, September 12, 1777. 

Joseph Crispin, September 12, 1777. 

John Cooper, September 12, 1777; absent with leave. 

Samuel Lefever, September 12, 1777; absent with leave. 

Ilenery Hurt, September 12, 1777 ; absent with leave. 

AVilliam Howel, September 12, 1777. 

James McCoy, September 12, 1777. 

Robert McCreji, September 12, 1777. 

Abraham Fox, September 12, 1777. 

Charles Ililtyz, September 12, 1777 ; absent with leave. 

James McCagg, Sei)tember 12, 1777 : absent with leave. 

William Moore, September 12, 1777. 

Jacob Kopp, September 12, 1777. 

William Cone, September 12, 1777 ; absent with leave. 

Adam Vonweiler, September 12, 1777. 

Thomas Blaire, September 12, 1777. 

Joseph Boulder, September 12, 1777. 

Israel Davis, September 12, 1777. 

Laufrhlin Curry, September 12, 1777. 

Thomas Col man, September 12, 1777. 

Joseph Kennaday, September 12, 1777. 

Jacob Baldwin, September 12, 1777. 

Mathew Whitehead, September 12, 1777; clerk of stores. 

(reorge Wood, September 12, 1777 : conductor. 

Philadelphia, September 15, 1777. Mustered then Captain An- 
drew Summers' company, as 8i)ecifled in tlie above roll. 

LOD". Sl'liOGELL, M. M> G. of P. 



CAPTAIN PETER BROWNE'S COMPANY. 



Miofter roll of Captain Piter Browne^s company^ of the First Militiu 
lieyiment of Artillert/, in ike service of the United ISiates^ com^ 
manded by Cohmel Jehu Eyre^ of Philadtlphia, 

Ca}tl(ii,i. 
Peter Browne, com. Septeml)er 11, 1777. 

Captain Lieuttnant. 
Jesse Williamson, com. September 11, 1777. 

Fir at Lieutenant. 
John Ogbourn, com. September 11, 1777. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 651 

Second Lieutenant. 
William McMichael, com. iSeptember 11, 1777. 

Lieutenant Fire-worker. 
Joseph Allen, com. September 11, 1777. 

Sergeants. 

Bichard Saltar, app. September 11, 1777; app. quarter master Oc- 
tober 15. 

»Samuel Clinton, Jr., app. September 11, 1777. 

Peter Helm, app. September 11, 1777 ; deserted September 19. 

David Williamson, app. September 11, 1777; sick, and discharged 
October 28. 

Michael Hopkins, app. September 11, 1777 ; deserted September 10. 

Corporals. 

Robert Cain, app. September 11, 1777. 

Thomas Stone, app. September 11, 1777 ; deserted September 24. 
William Knox, app. September 11, 1777. 

Alexander McAllister, app. September 11, 1777; deserted Septem- 
ber 24. 

Drummer and Fifer, 
Joseph Rush, app. September 11, 1777. 

Clerk, 
John Osbouru, app. Septeml)er 11, 1777. 

Conductor. 
John Westcott, app. September 11, 1777. 

BrtmhnriUers. 

.John Happ, September 11, 1777. 

Benjamin Schyhawk, September 11, 1777 ; deserted Septcinber 24. 

William Bollard, September 14, 1777. 

William Christian, September 11, 1777. 

Thomas Fletcher, Septeniljer 11, 1777. 

William Black, September 11, 1777. 

Gunners. 

Richard Mason, Septeml>er 11, 1777. 

Joseph Smith, September 11, 1777 ; wounded Octol>er 4, and taken 

prisoner. 
Matthew Reamer, September 11, 1777. 
John Sutton, September 11, 1777 ; deserted September 24. 
David Derrick, September 11, 1777; deserted September 24. 
Roger Palmer, September 11, 1777. 



662 ASSOCIATED BATTALIOIW 

Mlcliael Bilker, Sr., September 1], 1TT7. 

Adum Buker, September 11, ITTT. 

Michael Baker, Jr., September 11, 1TT7 ; on command. 

William Towe, Septeoiber 11, ITTT; ilt^aerted September 22. 

Henry App, tieptember 1 1 , ITTT ; deserted September 22. 

Tliomaa Tarieii, September 11, 1777, 

JoBeph Cornelius, September 11, ITTT ; deserted September 22. 

William Coats, Jr., September 11, ITTT. 

Jolin Cramp, Seiiteml>er 11, 1TT7; deserted September 24. 

Cliristlan liusli, September 11, 1TT7. 

John Davis. September 11, 1777. 

TIjomiis Palmer, September 11, ITTT ; Rbsent, sick September 24 

William AltXHiider, September 11, ITTT. 

.Tacob Mower, September 11, 17TT; deserted Seiitember 24. 

Jolin Black, September 24, ITTT ; deserted November 2. 

Christopher Scott, September 11, 17T7. 

Jolm Crawford, September 11, 17TT. 

John Davids, September 11, ITTT ; absent, sick September 24. 

Valentine S()rBli, September 1 1 , 17TT ; deserted September 24, 

Daniel Earnest, September 11, ITTT; deserteil September^. 

Georjte Uriue.H. September 11, ITTT; deserted September 26. 

Jacob OuumbH, September 11, 177T, 

Henry l*uate, September 11, ITTT. 

John Ingles, September II, 1777. 

George Streaten, September 11, 1T7T. 

John lUin, September 11, 1TT7; deserted September 11. 

Antlioiiy Noble, Septenilwr 11. 1T77 ; deserted October 27. 

Peter Ilindback, September 11, 1TT7. 

Cliristiiin t)veretay, September 11, ITTT. 

Jacob Ilanshiie, Septemlier II, 1TT7. 

IIuRh Maloy, September 11, ITTT; deserted September 24. 

Itobert Browne, September 16, ITTT; deserted September 24. 

Daniel Wigmore, September 11, ITTT. 

K'lliert Dowe, September 21, 17TT ; dischaived October 26. 

James Itobeitaon, Septeml>er 2T, 17TT ; deserted October 7. 

Jolni Farren, September ll, 177T. 

Iktnjamin Taper. September l», 1TT7. 

James Knox, September 2.">, 17TT. 

Henry Leary, Octolwr 10. 17TT. 

Jacob Crider, October ii, ITTT. 

While Miish. Pliiladdphia. November 7. 1777. Mnstered then 
Captain I'l'tei' liruwne'a company, as fl|>ecilled above. 

LOD". Sfkoosll, Jlf. M.. G. of P. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



COL. KOBERT KNOX'S BATTALTOX 

Colonel. 

Robert Knor, September 11, 1T77. 

Major. 

Tbomas Casdrop, tjeptember 11, 1777. 

Adjut'irtt- 
Peter Biniiltani, September 11. 17TT. 

Sergemtt Mujnr. 
Christopher Beed. Septeiiil)er 11, 1777. 

yuarier Maaler Sergeant. 
Abraham Hughes, September 11, 1777. 



CAPTAIN CHRISTIAN GROVER'S COMPANY. 

JUnxUr roll of Captain Vhrislian Grnrtr's compantt, of the Sixth 
diss. Sixth Imttalion of Militia, in tlu mtriiM of the United. Slatta, 
commanded 6^ Colonel Robert Knox, Esq. 
Captain. 
Christian Graver, com. September 19, 1777. 

Lieiittnanl. 
Thomas Thomaon, com. September 19, 1777. 

Ensiyn. 
John Lare, com. September 10, 1777. 

Serfjeants. 
Jacob Toung, app. September 12, 1777 ; deserted October 4. 
Jacob Lasker, app. September 12. 1T7T ; deserted Octuber 4. 
John C«B9in, app. September 12. 1777 ; deserted October 1. 
Philip Gromley, app. Sept«mber 12, 1777 ; deserted October 4. 

Ihwnmer. 
Martin Cobler, app. September 12, 1777 1 deserted October 14. 

Privutea. 
Jacob Boflt, September 12, 1777 ; deserted October 6. 
John Butler, September 12, 1777 ; deserted November 2. 
Henry Boyer, September 12, 1777. 



654 ASSOCIATED BATTALlOt^^ 

James Boluinen, September lii, 1777; deserted November 2. 

Joseph Cook, September lU, 1777 ; substitute. 

Jacob Falkinstine, September 12, 1777 ; deserted October 6. 

Hugh Grover, September 12, 1777 ; sick. 

Christian Gosner, September 12, 1777 ; deserted October 6. 

David Gunnison, September 12, 1777 ; substitute. 

John Haiser, October 14, 1777 ; substitute. 

Adam Hoffman, September 12, 1777 ; deserted October 6. 

Boston llousholder, October 7, 1777 ; substitute. 

Daniel Huber, September 12, 1777 ; deserted September 29. 

John Lacock, September 12, 1777. 

John Patereon, September 12, 1777. 

Michael liambow, September 12, 1777 ; deserted October 6. 

Adam lieable, September 12, 1777 ; deserted October I. 

Peter Sunletter, September 12, 1777; substitute. 

Ricliard Stalia, September 12, 1777 ; deseited October 4. 

Andrew Shafer, September 12, 1777 ; deserted October 6. 

James Shingleton, September 12, 1777 ; deserted October 6. 

Peter Stanler, October 4, 1777 ; substitute. 

Christian Sliepard, September 12, 1777; deserted October 6. 

George Shively, October 14, 1777 ; substitute. 

Joseph Tod, September 12, 1777 ; deserted October 4. 

Nicholas Toy, September 12, 1T77 ; taken prisoner. 

Richard Wall, October 4, 1777; substitute. 

Philip Young, September 12, 1777 ; sick. 

November y« 7^", 1777. Mustered the then Captain Christian 
Grover's company, as specified in the above roll. 

Lahb^ Wilher, D. M, M, 



CAPTAIN CHRISTIAN SHAFFER'S COMPANY. 



Muster roll of Captain Christian Shafer^H (ymipanyy of the Sixth 
class ^ P. 3f., in the sercice of the United States^ commanded htf 
Colonel Robert Knox^ Efq. 

Captain. 
Christian Shaffer, com. September 16, 1777. 

Lieutenants. 

John Everhart, com. September 11, 1777. 

Andrew Foster, com. September 11, 1777; deserted September 23 

Ensign. 
John McCartney, com. September 11, 1777. 



AND MILITIA OF THE HEVOLUTION. 666 

Drummer and Fifer, 
Johu George Kling, app. September 29, 1777. 
Michael Colar, app. October 12, 1777. 

Sergeants, 

Jacob Lecher, app. September 18, 1777 ; deserted September 28. 

William Claton, app. September 16, 1777. 

Peter Suoal, app. September 19, 1777 ; substitute. 

Privates. 

Jacob Kingsley, September 18, 1777 ; deserted September 28. 

David Gilbert, September 18, 1777 ; deserted September 28. 

Jacob Ilencel, September 17, 1777 ; deserted September 28. 

Christian Mayers, September 23; substitute. 

John Devalt, September 23, 1777 ; substitute. 

Conrad Weaver, October 3, 1777. 

Richard Keys, October 12, 1777 ; substitute. 

John Long, October 12, 1777 ; substitute. 

James Mathers, October 3, 1777 ; substitute. 

Andrew Crisman, October 12, 1777 ; substitute. 

* * * Mustered then Captain Christian Shaffer's 

company, as specified in the above roll. 

Lamb^ Wilmer, D. M. M. 

[The foregoing muster roll has been so mutilated that only a por- 
tion of the names are given.] 



CAPTAIN JOHN BERGMAN'S COMPANY. 



Muster Roll of Captain Jokn Ber(jman^s company^ of the Sixth cla:fs 
of Philadelphia Militia^ vow in the service of the United States 
commamled by Colonel liobert Knox. 

Captain . 
John Bergman, com. September 11, 1777. 

First Lieutenant, 
Frederick Meyer, com. September 11, 1777 ; staid at Philadelphia. 

Second Lieutenant . 
William Kensher, com. September 11, 1777. 

Ensign, 
John Painter, com. September 11, 1777. 



656 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Sergeants, 

Jacob Keal, app. September 11, 1777. 

Jeremiah Plumfleld, app. September 11, 1777 ; deserted October 13. 
Michael Fawns, app. September 11, 1777 ; deserted Septemlier 23. 
John Ilains, app. September 11, 1777 ; deserted September 23. 

(Jorporah. 

John Crise, app. September 11, 1777. 

Henry Epler, app. September 11, 1777; sick, on furlougli Novem- 
ber 2. 
William Powel, app. September 11, 1777. 
Henry Jonas, app. September 11, 1777 ; deserted September CS, 

Drummer, 
Joseph Quinole, app. September 11, 1777; to guide. 

Privates, 

John Deal, September 11, 1777 ; deserted September 23. 

Adam Irvin, September 11, 1777. 

Thomas Francis, September 11, 1777 ; deserted September 23. 

Joseph Bortrel, September 11, 1777; deserted September 23. 

Henry Emert, September 11, 1777; staid at Philadelphia Septeoi- 

ber22. 
Lennard Lingner, September 11, 1777 ; deserted September 23. 
Casi)er Thisler, September 11, 1777 ; deserted at Trap|>e, October 3. 
James Baker, Se;)tenil>er 11, 1777 ; deserted September 23. 
John Cline, September 11, 1777 ; left sick at Trappe, October 6. 
James Stuart, Septeniln^r 11, 1777. 
Jacob Walter, September 11, 1777. 
Andrew Kerk, September 11, 1777 : substitute, 
(ieorgo Perkins, September 11, 1777; deserted September 23. 
Jacob Hone, Septeml>er 11. 1777; deserted at Ti-appe, October 7. 
Jacob Krieger, September 1 1, 1777: with Lieutenant William Ilenry 

on command. 
Adam Deeter, September 11, 1777; deserted September 23: joine«l 

comjKHny Octol>er 22. 
(reorge Kitlinjx, Septeml>er 11, 1777: deserted September 23. 

.Micliael , September 11, 1777. 

Philip (xlasser, Septeniter 11. 1777 : deserted St-ptemlier 23. 
Adam Ware, September 11, 1777: deserted Septeml»er 23: joiiinl 

comjKiny October 22. 
John Shall, Septenilvr 11, 1777. 
^'aUentine Clints, Septtmlvr 11, 1777 : substitute; deserte*! .*^pien - 

U>r 28. 
« Jeorjie *^hall, Sepleml^r 11, 1777 : deserted October 7. 
Henry U;nis!iing, September 11, 1777; substitute; deserted 

tember 23. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 667 

John Lampaster ; subatitute ; deserted October 3. 
.John Haliis, Sieplember U, 1777. 
MicliMil Antony, September 11, 1777, 

Jacob Burkhord, September 11, 1777 ; staid at FliiUulelpliia. 
Charles Wnrtner, .September II, 1777; sick at rhiltulelphia. 
Casper Souter, September 11, 1777 ; staiil at I'liiliidelphia. 
John Lutz, September 11, 1777 ; deserted September l!3. 
Jacob Woolf, September 11, 1777; deserted October 7. 
Jacob Miller, September 11, 1777; deserted September 23. 
John Pane, September 17, 1777 ; sick at PhilHdelpliirt. 
John Harvie, September 11, 1777; staid at Pliiladelpliia. 
Peter Backoveti, September II, 1777. 
Peter Deale, September 11, 1777 ; deserted Septemlwr 23. 
Ernst Pertli, September 11, 1777 ; deserted September 23. 
Adnm Ilain, September 11, 1777 ; deserted October 7. 
Frederick Wickler, September 11, 1777. 
John Martin, Septeml)er 1 1 , 1777 ; deserted September 33- 
Jolin Adums, September 11, 1777; substitute. 
Af ichael Drisler, September 11, 1777; deserted September 23. 
Clhriatian Gensel, September II, 1777; staid at I'hiladelpiiia. 

November y*8", 1777. Mustered then in Captain John Berg- 
nsan's company, as specified in the above roll. 

Lamd'. Wilmeu, D. M. M. 



CAPTAIN JACOB WEIDMAN'S COMPANY. 

^^fujifer lioU of Captain Jacfib Weidman's company, nf the Sixlk clam 
of I'hilMUIplti't Militia, vow in llie aeri-iee of lite Uiiiud UtaUs of 
Amfrica, commanckd by Colonel Robert Knox. 

Vaiitain. 

~3acob Weidman, com. September II, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 

James Pickering, com. Septemlwr II, 1777. 

Second Lieulenanl. 

John Peters, Jr., com. September 11, 1777. 

Engigii. 
Andrew Vounft, com. September 11, 1777. 
43-VoL, XIIL 



tt« ASSOUIATBD BA.TTALIUNS 

StrytanU. 
John Fisher, app, September II, 1777 ; dnerted September 2S. 
William Neeglee, Rpp. Septemiiei' II. 1777, 
Jacob Noiise, npii. September 11, 1777. 
Tboroas Pliilips, app. September 11, 1777. 

Uorporali, 
Michael Bomberger, app. September 11, 1777. 
Geiirse Hurley, app. September II, 1777. 
Willinm Brown, app. September 11, 1T77. 
William Weisraan, app. September 11, 1777. 
Drummer and Fiftr. 
Och. Van Est. app. Septemlier II. 1777. 
Benjarom Tliomaa. app. September 11, 1777. 

PriciiUn. 
Nicholas Garrlaon, September II, 1777. 
Uhrlstiaii Shane, Septeml)er 11. 1777. 
John Roth, September 11, 1777. 

P.itrick Alaloon, SeplemlxT 11. 1777; ileser ted September 23. 
John Swfitz-r, Scpteml^r II, 1777; aiuk, on fnrlmigli, 
Michael W<irii, September II. 1777. 
John C(M»k, September 11, 1777. 
Willhim Kirk, Se|itember 11, 1777. 
.Tobii TlitiiniiH, September II, 1777. 
Thomas Uoat, September II. 1777. 

John Sim|mon, SeptcmlBT II, 1777; deserted Spptcmlwr 23. 
■Iiicob CiMiiier, Scpiemlier 11, 1777, 
Midiael Mays, S<!ptenil>t^r 11, 1777. 

■r«ci)l) Ilemiileman, Se|it('Uil>ei- 11, 1777 ; deserteil September 23. 
.lohn Mtnnkle, Seplemlier 11, 1777; nick. on furlough. 
John Smallwoml, Septemlfer 11, 1777; deserted September 23. 
Matthias Wpis, Septemlier II, 1777. 
Grifty Owen, September 11, 1777; on command, 
.John Stow, September 11, 1777. 
Jacob Ilnber, September 11. 1777. 
Rowland Ellis, Septeinl)er 11, 1777. 
GeorRe Ileyle, September 11. 1777; sick, on furlouftb. 
Uharles Miller, ScptemU'r 11, 1777 ; on command. 
Andrew Abirtu, September 11 , 1777. 
Samnel Khiu, September 11, 1T77. 
Morgan Klac^iirty, September 11. 1777. 
Frwleriek Leknre, St-ptemlier 11, 1777; sick, on fiirloi^h. 
John Wlttiikker, Sept«mlH*r 11, 1777. 
Miebael Hrown, S'ptember II. 1777, 
William Cox, Seiitetnber 11, 1777; deserted September S3. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 650 

eph Deeter, September 11, 1777. 

.imas Gregory, September II, 1777. 

nry Groff, September 11, 1777. 

m McXeal, September 11, 1777; deserted September 12. 

drew Aiieck, Septeml)er 11, 1777. 

II ry Keese, September 11, 1777. 

ob Crisman, September 11, 1777 ; deserted September 23. 

n Miller, Sr., October 3, 1777 ; on furlough. 

in Miller, Jr., October 3, 1777. 

er Spro^man, October 3, 1777. 

n Stroop, October 3, 1777. 

)ert Hunter, September 11, 1777. 

urn Kleine, September 11, 1777. 

astian Wooley, September 11, l'<77; sick, on furlough. 

n Souter, September 11, 1777. 

ob Downs, September 1 1 , 1777 ; deserted September 23. 

ob Yenter, September 11, 1777; sick, on furlough. 

er Heymer, September 11, 1777; sick, on furlough. 

n Spotts, September 11, 1777. 

n Clappe, September 11, 1777. 

ovember y'' 7"*, 1777. Mustered then in Captain Jacob Weid- 
I's company, as specified in the above roll. 

Lamb^ Wilmer, 2>. M, M. 



I \ 



COL. J. B. SMITH'S BATTALION. 



Lieutenant CohnuJ, 
Jonathan Bayard Smith, Au<cust 2, 1777. 

Major. 
James Reed, August 2, 1777. 

Adjutant. 
Christian Schaffer, August 2, 1777. 

Surgecm. 
James Finley, August 2, 1777. 

Sergeant Major. 
Christian Coxe, August 2, 1777. 

Fife Major. 
Rom in Warner, August 2, 1777. 




66U ASSOUIATED BATTALIONS 

CAPTAIN WILLIAM SMITH'S COMPANY. 

Mvnter roli nf Capluiu William Smilfi'i company, nf Ute Third clan 
of- PhilcuUlphia Militia, J{e(iiment of Foot, in the service of the 
United States, eommnnded bg VoUmel Jonathan Bayard iSmftA, Eiiq, 

Captain. 
WlllUm timitli, com. August 2, 1T7T. 

FirH Lieutenant. ' 
Evun Cook, com. AuKuat 2, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Peter Manifold, com August 2, 1777. 
Eniiign, 
William Kedlalier, com. August 2, 1777. 

Serijeanta. 
RichHrd Gray. 
WilMiim Itatt. 
AbiJHli Peters. 
Robert Sinklere. 

<!oTpmal». 
Peter Gordon, substitute. 
Timothy Sweaiiy. sick, liospitHl. 
Jobn Whiley, substitute. 

Drummer and Fifer. 
Abratmm Keys, substitute. 
Woolerick yriend, substitute. 

Clerk. 
David limnaon. 

Privates. 
,lohn Fox. 
Adam Myrs. 
Patrick Mc^Dowall. 
Peter Primer. 
William Jones. 
GeorRe Figlitli'uburger. 
Ptiilli|> Itunible, sulistitute. 
Heury Tiivilla. Hitk. 
Jobn Keyn, 3ul>slitiite. 
Arutbers McCoy, substitute; on dutr. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. B8I 

James ElexanUt^r, sick. 

JoliD Yonins, substituto. 

David Carslake, substitute. 

Johu ThomHs, substitute. 

DuDbin Mcliityie, Bulislitut«. 

Elias Bobbertdo, substitute. 

Peter Cline, substitute. 

Jamea Kobbinson, substitute. . 

Jacob Evan, substitute. 

Adam Whittier, substitute. 

Kicliard Dempsey, substitute. 

Thomss Ilili, substitute. 

Johu Randall, substitute. 

Johu Kettler, substitute. 

William Clay pool, substitute. 

Ricliard Ilaiiuon, substitute. 

Samuel Britten, substitute. 

John Boyer, substitute. 

Frederick Sink, substitute; on guard. 

Charles Simison, substitute. 

Christian Young, substitute.' 

Jacob Able, substitute. 

James Porter, substitute. 

Jolin Eniijs. substitute. 

James llaselett, substitute. 

WilmiuRton, Septembers^, 1777. Mustered then Captain Wil- 
liam Smith's company, as specified in the above roll, including field 
and staff ofBceis, &c., of tlie Third cliiss of Pliiladelphia Militia. 
LoD'. Sprooell, M. JK. O. of P. 



CAPTAIN PHIUP PANCAKE'S COMPANY. 

MutUrrollof Captnin Philip Pancake's eompany, of the Tliird claan, 
Philadelphia Militia, now in the service i-f the United Stattt, com- 
manded 6^ Colonel Jonathan Bai/aTd Smith. 
Captnin. 
Philip Pancake, com. August 2, 17T7. 

LieiUenantg. 
George May, com. August IS, 17T7. 
Tliomas Pugh, com. August 2, 1T7T. 
Enniijn. 
Humphry FuUerton, com. August 2, 1777. 



062 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Strgeanta. 
HIcliuel Allbright, app. August S, 17T7. 
Alexander UcKlbbtn, app. August 2, 1T7T. 
John FiiiTan, app. August 2, 1777. 
John Brown, app. August 2, 1777. 

O-irix/ralt. 
Robert Horsey, app. August 2, 1777. 
Jaines Simpson, app. August 2, 1>77. 
Francis Smith, app. August 2, )7TT ; sick, present. 
William Fnistoii, app. August 211, 1777 ; subatltute. 

Dntmrttfr and Fiftr. 
William Bowes, app. August 0, 1777 ; substitute. 
Michael Coller, app. August 2S, 1777 ; substitute. 

Privittu. 
Ilenrf Apple, August 2, 1T77. 
Michael Sbaffer, August 2, 177T. 
Solomon Markley, August 2, 1777. 
IIuRli Bowes, August 2, 1777. 
Jolin Itaphun, August 2. 17T7. 
Daniel Abraham, August 2, 1777. 
Williiim Har|ier. August 2, 1777. 
I'liilip Morris, August 2. 17TT. 
Daniel Stiver, August 2, 1777. 
Samuel Burklow, August :i, ITTT. 
Hubert Raiinat, August 2. 1777. 
William Guy, August 2, ITTT. 
Nebmiab Bennit, August 2, 1T77. 
.John Ware, August IS, 17TT, 
Pt!ter Xai, August 2, ITTT ; substitute. 
Jubn Taggar, August Q, ITTT ; siilntitute. 
William Bowling, August lo, ITTT ; substitute. 
.Jacob Stall, August IC, 1777 ; substitute. 
■lolm Hide, August m, ITTT; suluttitnte. 
Nioi>lasa Ilertback, August 1H, 1TT7: substitute. 
William Sickle, August 113, 17TT ; substitute. 
Kdwni'd Martin, August 2i, 1T77 ; substitute. 
Ilicbard Ilewts, August 22, 1777 ; substitute. 
William Kain, August 22, liTT ; sulistitute. 
Samuel llum|ilirey, August 22, 1T7T ; substitute ; sick, present. 
■Tarimiah Buck, August 2I>, 1777 ; substitute. 
Daniel I.aughprty, August 25, 17TT ; substitute. 
Patrick Wiiyne, August 25, 1777 ; substitute. 
■Tohn Coats, August 25, 1TT7; sulistitute. 
Tliomas Bower, August 2I>, 1777 ; substitute. 



AXD MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 668 

Ricluird Batson, Au£:ust 25, 1777. 

Stasey Gibbs, August 25, 1777. 

Charles Yokin, August 25, 1777; substitute. 

Robert Allison, August 25, 1777; substitute. 

James Ware, August 25, 1777 ; substitute. 

William Craige, August 25, 1777 ; substitute. 

John Mooney, August 25, 1777; substitute. 

George Hold, August 25, 1777 ; substitute; sick, present. 

Lannard May, August 25, 1777 ; substitute. 

Samuel Sharpe, August 28, 1777 : substitute. 

Fargust MeVaay, August 28, 1777 ; substitute. 

Wilmington, September S\ 1777. Mustered then Captain Pliilip 
Pancake's company, as si>ecified in tlie above roll. 

LoD^ Sprooell, M. M. G, of P. 



CAPTAIN CONRAD RUSH'S COMPANY. 



Muster roll of C t]Uain Conrad Rtts/i's Third company ^ of the Third 
dnssy Philadelphia Mihtia, now in the service of the United States, 
commanded by Cohnel Jonathan Bayard Smith, 

• 

Captaiii, 
Conrad Rush, com. August 2, 1777. 

Lieutenants. 

Jacob Bender, com. August 2, 1777. 
Martin Fiss, com. August 2, 1777. 

Ensign, 
Matthias Gilbert, com. August 2, 1777. 

Serfjea.its, 

Henry Ilul^er, app. August 2, 1777. 
Joseph Baker, app. August 2, 1777; on guanl. 
(christian P^ox, ai)p. August 2, 1777. 
Jacob Snyder, app. August 2, 1777. 

Cor/K/ra?s. 

Josiah Hall, app. August 2, 1777. 
Martain Weiss, app. August 2, 1777 ; on duty. 
Frederick Heller, app. August 2, 1777 ; substitute. 
John Moyer, app. August 2, 1777. 

Drummer aa/l Fifer, 

John Minkle, app. August 7, 1777. 
Ronimous Warner, app. August 7, 1777. 



eS4 ASSOCIATED BAXrALIONS 

FHcalee, 
Frederick Link, August 2, 1777, 
ThomHB Howell, August 2, 1777. 
TliomHS Uobtsoii, August 2, 1777 ; liitne. 
Ilufili McUorinick, August i, 1777. 
Flilllp FeiTini;, August S, 1777. 
Robert Adiidge, Auftust 2. 1777. 
Ileiiry Rice, August 2, 1777. 
Charles fiowmiin, August 2, 1777. 
JoliD'lIanailton, Augusts, 1777. 
Peter Wymer, A uguat 2, 1777. 
Henry I'oleiitz, August 2, 1777. 
Ambrose Ci'aiie, August 2, 1777. 
Miclmel Rein, August 7, 1777 ; substitute. 
I*eter Spnigoiiiu, August 2, IT77. 
John Bruce, August 2, 17TT. 
Daniel Joiiea, AuRUSt 2, 17T7. 
Jacob Silsel, August 2, 1T7T. 
Jobii nide, August 2, 17TT. 
John Stnt|i, August 2, 1777. 
YHlentlue Wiir. August 2, 17T7. 
Joiiu Miller, August 2, 1777. 
Jncob Beck, August 2. 1TT7. - 
Fliillp Ilsgi^r. August 2, 1T77, 
Adiiui CiiUf , August 2, 1777. 
Simon Mull, August 2, 1777. 
Fabian Ilaiuerly, Auf^iiat 2, 1777. 
Jacob Swaffel, August 2, 1777. 
George Sellers, August 2. 1777: deserted. 
John Steel, August 7, 1777; substitute. 
Matthew Bryim, August 7, 1777. 
Sebastian Meyer, August 7, 17^7; on guard. 
John Fryburger. August 7, 17i7 ; ou duty. 
William Pennow, August 7, 1777. 

Frederick Keslt-r, August 7. IT77 ; sick in l*liiludelpliia. 
Daniel T]iom|isou, August 7, 1777. 
William Miller, August T, 1777. 
William Noll, August 7, 1777.' 
David Slitter, August 7, 1777. 
Elltk Fickey, August 7, 1777. 
Matthew lI<K>|Hir, August 7, 1777 ; sick, iirescut. 
Michael Sweigart, August 7, 1777. 
Johu Mever, August 7, 1777. 
William iliiwiiig, Augu.^t 7, 1777; substitute. 
Jacob Tdran, Augu.st 2, 1777. 
Henry Miller, August 7, 1777 ; substitute. 



AND MILITIA OF THE UEVOLUTION. 666 

Abraham Ericlily, August 7, 1777 ; substitute. 

Jacob Daubendistle, enlisted in Continental service. 

Geor^ Sigfred. 

Thomas Logan, August 7, 1777 ; substitute; deserted. 

Conrad Ort, August 7, 1777; substitute. 

Frederick Kockier, August 2, 1777. 

John Binclair, August 2, 1777. 

Lawrence Meyer, August 20, 1777 ; substitute. 

Martin Wall, August 20, 1777 ; substitute. 

Samuel Mushal, August 2, 1777. 

John Taylor, August 20, 1777; substitute; on guard. 

Peter William, August 20, 1777; substitute; on duty. 

Jacob Gabriel, August 20, 1777 ; substitute. 

Nicholas Sinderly, August 20, 177? ; substitute. 

Michael Karner, August 26, 1777 ; substitute. 

Christian Camp, August 26, 1777; substitute. 

George Snyder, August 2, 1777. 

Jacob Keips, August 2, 1777. 

John Miller, August 2, 1777. 

Simon Snyder, August 2, 1777. 

Casper Graff, August 2, 1777. 

John Lort, August 2, 1777. 

Wilmington, September 3**, 1777. Mustered then Captain Com ad 
Rush's company, as specified in the above roll. 

Lou''. Sprogell, M, M, O. of /'. 



CAPTAIN ADAM FOULK'S COMPANY. 



Muster Boll of (-aptain Adnm FouWa company^ of the Third class, 
Philadelphia Militia, now in the service of the United States, com- 
manded by Jonathan B, Smith, Esq, 

Captain. 
Adam Foulk, com. August 2, 1777. 

Lieutenants. 

John Barker, com. August 2, 1777. 
Thomas Millard, com. August 2, 1777. 

Ensign, 
Henry Ritter, com. August 2, 1777 ; on command at Billingsport. 



eeo ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

SergianU, 
JdIiu Slauftliter, app. August 2, 1TT7. 
Juliii Uuviii, a|t[). Auguitt 2, 1TTT. 
John Metzser, u|)|>. August 2, 17TT. 
J. W. Austhi, »y>p, August T, 1777 ; subatitutfl. 

Corpora's. 
Matthew Conrad, app. August 2, 1777. 
MIcliael Wiiyiie, app. August 2, 1T77. 
Henry YHi.ser, app, August 2, 1777. 
John !JtrcN)[>, app. August 2, 17TT. 

Drummfr and Fifer. 
Henry Roth, app. August 2, 1777 ; substitute. 
Leouard Lutz, app. August 2, 1777. 

Privata. 
Samuel l>arlmin, August 2, 1777, 
Philip Haas, August 2, 1TT7 ; sick at Philadelphia. 
John Brooks, August 2, 1T77. 
Andrew NHsoii, August 2. 1777. 
James Dexter, August 2, 1777. 
Henry Stiles, August 2, 1777. 

Peter Griiut, August 2, 17T7 ; exciued by the sub-lieutenant. 
Ileury Youngst, August 2, 1777. 
Francis tiuist'v, August 2. 17777. 
Andrew Hedman, August 2. 1T77. 
William Iledmiiii, August 2, 1777, 
Jacob Graffi', August 2. 1777. 
William Meiigcll, August 2, 1777. 
Frederick Lulit, August 7, 1777 : substitute. 
James McCullaui, August 2, IT'7 ; deserted. 
David Ili-rring, August 2, 1777. 
David Heeler, August 2, 177V. 
.lolin Frcew.-, August 2, 1777. 
John AfcBsers until, August 2. 1777. 
■lohu (iiillikgljan, August 2ii, 1777 ; subsUttite, 
Saniui'l Morgiui, August 2, 1777. 

(ieorge Casixr Kusling, August 2. 1777 ; sulHtltute ; deserted. 
Christian Meyer, .Vugust 2, 1777. 
MIcliael Katts, August 7, 1777 : substitute. 
Williaiu Ptmiroy, AugUKt T. 1T77; substitute. 
Jiihii Souerwiilil, August 2, 1777 ; n\cM at Philadelphia. 
Wlllliuu Watsfin, August 2, 1777 ; siilntilute. 
Fj'Ilx Hughes, August 7, 1777; substituK;, 
Anih-ew Iliige. August 7, 1777; substitute. 
Peter liambu, August 7, 1777 ; substitute. 



AND MILITIA OF THE BE VOLUTION. 667 

iSttmuel Mellun, August 7, 1T7T; substitute. 
Ifi-ancla Bower, August 2, 1T7T. 
«7olin Uarchard, August a), 1777; sutwtltute. 
^Jttcob Folter, August 20, 1777; substitute. 
Slenry Banner, August 20, ITTT ; substitute. 
:V*4ter StiafTe, August 7, 1777 ; substitute. 
^Uicliael Slioemaker, August '2, 1TT7. 
^.^dara Ijiultli, August 7, 1777 ; substitute. 
^Tolin Cuborn, August 2, 1777 ; sick, discharged. 
^John Dunker, August 20, 1777 ; substitute. 
.Jfolin Linton, August 2, 1TT7. 
II3)anieI Kiioiile, August 7, 1777; substitute. 
^Jacob Itiffey, August 12, 1777 ; substitute. 
TZPet«r Sniick, August 8, 1777; substitute. 
^CJlirlstiun Keener, August 8, 1777 ; substitute. 
_&iidrew Crissman, August 12, IT77; substitute, 
.^ubn Philips, August 12, 1777; siil)9titute. 
"Xrhard Giel>elhouso, August 0, 1777; substitute. 

Lewis Reineck, August 7, 1T77 ; substitute. 

John Morrell, August 24, 1777 ; Hulistitute. 

Ilenry Stock, August 0, 17T7; substitute. 

John Rubsom, August 9, 1777 ; sul)stitute. 

Jacob Hyiie, August 25, 1777 ; substitute. 

MichiLel Crous, August 25, 1777 : substitute. 

James Mattliers, August 2, 1777. 

Johu l^ug, August 25, 1777 ; substitute. 

Henry Bell, August 9, 1777 ; sulstitute. 

Mattbew Grimes, August 25, 1777 ; substitute. 

John MeKinney, August 25, 1777 ; substitute. 

George Xunuemaker, August 26, 1777 ; substitute. 

James McComb, August 2tt, 1777; substitute. 

Conrad Weaver, August 2, 1777. 

James Beeit, August 26. 1777 ; substitute. 

Andrew Walker, August 26, 1777 ■, sul>stitute. 

Ricliai'd Keys, August 26, 17T7 : substitute. 

William Revally, August 26. 1777 ; substitute. 

George Sniitli, August 26, 1777 : substitute. 

Jacob Foulk, August 2. 1777 ; clerk. 

William Lake, August 26, 1777 ; sutntitute. 

Johu Jant, August 2. 1777. 

Andrew Welkes, August 2, 1777. 

William Monis, August 2, 1777. 

Robert I^in, August 2, 1777. 
Wilmington, Se^itember 3', 1777. Mustered then Captain Adam 

Foulk's company, as specified in the atwve roll. 

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AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 

Joseph Bull, AuKufit 4, 1777. 
<jeorf[e WunderlEch, AuRtist 4, 1777. 
^^iil KroninKer, August 4, 1777. 
■nhomas I'ejik, August 4. 1777. 
_3ohn Man, August 4, 1777. 
-^olin Metzger, Aufcust 4, 1777. 
JKMlzer Kuile, AitKust 4. 1777. 
^Cieorge Stormfets, August 4, 1777. 
— Jacob Collmiller, August 4, 1777. 
'31>irtman Lour, August 4, 1777. 
^Kreorge Hay, August 4, 1777. 
_folm Crissmnn, August 4. 1777. 
^jeorge Seyferheld, August 4. 1777, 
^ieorge Stolt, August 4, 1777, 

31eIchor Leiirer, August 4, 1777, 

<;iiarle8 Price, August 4, 1777. 

James Purdy, August 4, 1777. 

Jolin Deownld, August 4, 1777. 

Christlau Groff, August 4, 1777. 

John Painter, August 4, 1777. 

Peter Riter, August 4, 1777. 

Jacob Rife, August 4, 17T7. 

Jacob Landeberger, August 4, 1777. 

Leouliard Sniitli, August 4, 1777. 

John Doogan, August 4, 1T77. 

Michael Miltenberger, August 4, 1777. 

Christian Mertell, August 4, 1777 ; sick, Philadelphia. 

George Cook, August 4, 1777 ; sick, Pliiladelphia. 

Peter Powell, August 4, 1777. 

John Carnell, August 4, 1777. 

Daniel Sorg, August 4, 1777. 

Michael Voups, August 4, 1777. 

Jacob Hill, August 4, 1777. 

Benjamin Tal»er, August 4, 1777. 

■lolin Miller, August 4, 1777. 

Michael Ricke, August 4, 1777. 

Daniel Bates, August 4, 1777. 

John Wuuderlick, August 7, 1777. 

William Pemberton, August 4, 1777, 

Henry Young, August 7, 1777. 

John3Ia«B, August 7, 1777. 

Richard Howell, August 7, 1777. 

Joseph Glassondine, August 4, 1777. 

Jacob Ox, August 1, 1777, 

Jacob Ijcslier, August 4, 1777. 

Peter Grofl, August 7, 1777. 



670 ASIKXJIATED BATTALIONS 

, Henry Homemiller, August 7, 1777. 
Henry Whit^man, August 7, 1777. 
Daniel Cauipman, August 7, 1777. 
Wi!llam Felbougli, August 20, 1777. 
John Hughs, August 20, 1777. 
John Gallagher, August 7, 1777. 
John Histe, August 7, 1777. 
Joseph Kiser, August 7, 1777. 
Thomas Fitz Charl, August 7, 1777. 
William Bush, August 7, 1777. 
Pliillip Smith, August 7, 1777. 
Charles Hay, August 7, 1777. 

Wilmington, September 3**, 1777. Mustered then Captain An- 
thony Lechler's company, as specified in the above roll. 

LoD*. Sfrooell, M. M. O. ofP» 



COL. WILLIAM WILL'S BATTALION. 



CAPTAIN WILLIAMSON TOLBERTS COMPANY. 



A muster roll of Captain Williamson Iblbert'^s enmpnny^ of the Fourth 
Uegimtnt ff Foot^ in the service of the United States^ commanded 
by Colonel William WilU city of Philadelphia Militia, 

Captain. 
Williamson Tolbert, com. September 9, 1777, 

Lieutenants, 

Ezf»kijil Merriam, com. September 9, 1777. 
Michael Gilbert, com. Seutember 9, 1777. 

Ensign, 
GiHlfry Baker, com. September 9, 1777; deserted September 22. 

SergeanU^ 

.John Alvert, app. September 9, 1777. 

I'hilip Linjj, app. Septeml>er 9, 1777 ; deserted September 22. 
George Zt*ilziiiger, app, September 18, 1777 ; deserted September 22. 
John Wolf, app. October 9, 1777. 

Cori^rals. 

John Wolf. app. September 9, 1777 ; promoted sergeant Octobers. 
Fnxlerick Weiss, app. September 9, 1777. 
Robert Alilridge, app. October 7, 1777. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. OTl 

Drummer and Fifer, 

Jolin Handy, app. September 9, 1777. 
Frhiies. 

Christopher Shriner, SeptembPr fl, 1777, 

Robert Boyd, September 9, I7T7. 

D:ivid Muiiiity, September 9, 1777 ; deserted September 23. 

John Deii], Septembei' 9, 1777. 

P.iilip Smith, September 9, 1777, 

Joliii Jolly, September 9, 1777 ; deserted September 22. 

William Wnmer, September 9. 1777. 

I>aiiiel Mau9, September 9, 1777 ; deserted Sepleiiibyr 22. 

J>uiiiel Dorsey, September 9, 1777. 

John Clumberg, September 9, 1777 ; deserted September 22, 

Iticliard Thornhill, September 9, IT77. 

-Jncob Ciile, September 9, 1777 ; deserted Ootober 31. 

CJIiristopber Kiieas, September 9, 1777 ; deserted September 22. 

3>)ivid Thomson, September 9, 1777 ; deserted September 22, 

Joseph Fox, September 9, 1777 ; deserted September 22. 

Jiistian Fox, September 9, 1777 ; left sick at Philadelphia on the 22, 

^Villiam Eobinsoii, September 0, 1777. 

Benjamin Ilobinson, September 15, 1777. 

Heber ThomiO, September 1-5, 1777. 

Jacob Ilygas. September 9, 1777. 

Daniel Davis, Se[>tember 9, 1777 ; deserted October 6. 

Henry Meyers, September 9, 1777 ; deserted September 22. 

Bastion Huber, September 9, 1777 ; deserted September 22- 

Jobn Brotiiersoii, September 9, 1777 ; deserted October 11. 

Adam Wederstone, September 9, 1777 ; deserted September 22. 

Edward Wallington, September 9. 1777 ; deserted September 22. 

Edward Smith, September 9, 1777 ; deserted September 22. 

Leonliard Wliite, September 9, 1777 ; deserted Septeml>eF 22. 

Ellis Fry, September 9, 1777. 

Josepli Good, September 21, 1777. 

Jeremiaii Cale, September 21, 1777. 

Edmund Swaiiia, September 21, 1777 ; deserted September 23. 

Adam Margranter, September 21, 1777. 

Fergus Jolinston, Seiitember 21, 1777. 

Jonathan Arnold, September 21, 1777, 

William Boberts, October 10, 1777 ; on command at Sweedford. 

Peter Clamplier, September 22, 1777 ; on command by Colonel, 
Novemljer 8'", 1777, Mustered tiien Captain Wiilinmson Tolberfa 

company, iia speciSe<l in the above roil. 

Laub'. WluiKit, D. M, M. 



672 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

CAPTAIN WILLIAM McCULLOCH'S COMPANY. 

MuMtr roll of Cajilain William McUullock't compang, nf tke Fourth 
elaa*''f t'hUndelphia MiHli'i,now in theaereieeof the Uuitid StiUtf, 
comnma'ttd by Oihml William Will, Norember S, 1777. 
Cnptain. 
William McCiilloch, com. September 9, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
Ainirew Piirviance, com. September 9, 1777. 

Second LimUaiint. 
Joliii Cornisli, com. Septembei- fi, 1777, 

Enaiffn. 
Edward I'ascliell, com. September 9, 1777. 

Sergeants. 
Joseph Wayne, upp. September 1-5, 1777. 
Mat. Kelly, app. September 15, 1777 ; deserted October 8. 
William Slr.tnd, app. September 9, 1777. 

Ciirporal. 
Jolin Hawkins, app. September 9, 1777. 
Dnimmer- 
Robert Coniisb, app. September, 15 1777. 

PrivaUs. 
Jame» Craig, September 9, 1777. 

Micliael Linden, September 9, 1777 ; deaerted October 8. 
Nat. Hood, Septemljer 15, 1777. 

.lolin Nagle, September 15, 1777 ; deserted September 25. 
Jobn Smytli, September 0, 1777. 

Patrick Grogan, September 15, 17T7 ; deserted September 25. 
nar\-ey Miller. September 15. 1777. 
Tliomas Forrest, September 15, 1777. 
GenrKe Norton, Se|itember 9, 1777. 
William McCowin, JJeptember 15, 1777, 
John Gray, September 9, 1777. 
Frederick .Sliimkisel, Septemlwr 9, 1777. 
Michael Lap, Septembei' 0, 1777 ; deserted September 26. 
Jacob Griger, September 9, 1777. 
John nitrart, September ft. 1777. 
Michael Greaves, September 15, 1777. 
John I^trt, Octolier », 1777. 
Thomas Murphy, Septemiier 15, 1777 ; deserted September «0. 

White Marsh, Novembers, 1777. .Musterrrt then Captain Wll, 
liam McCulloeh's company, as !t|ieci(lp<I above. 

LoD'. SrnooEr.r, M. M. O. of P. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION, (ITS 

CAPTAIN JOSEPH RHOADS' COMPANY. 

A m'lMer roll of Captain Joseph Rhoaiis, Esq.'s canipany, of the 
Fiiurlh class of the I'liiladelphta Militia, in the service of Uie United 
States, commanded b)/ Colonel William Will, token ttiia 7tA of Jfn- 
vember, 1777. 

Joseph Rhoads, com. September 10, 1777. 
First Lieutenant. 
vVdam Bohl, com. September 10, 1777, 

Second Lieutenunt. 
Ooiirad Rubart, com. September 10, 1777. 

tjergcant. 
XTilliani Henry, app. September 10, 1777; substitute.- 

C'lrpdrnl. 
^Henry Kains, app. September 10, 1777 ; substitute. 

Privi'tfs. 
3?aradon Peterson, September 10. I77T ; substitute, 
t^phram Polk, September 10, 1777. 
-Anthony Hauiia, September 10, 1777 ; substitute. 
Thomas llobitiaoti, September 10, 1777. 
"W^illiam McElroy, September 10, 1777. 



-^ liat of men who absented themselves without leave afl«r passing 

muster. 
■John Tone, deserted September 26. 1777. 
"^Villiam Robinson, September 23, 1777, 
Cyourad Lentner, September 23, 1777. 
C^eorge Sliiers, September 27, 1777, 

-Adam Hill, September 24, 1777. 

James Eagleson, September 27, 1777. 

:Bariiaba8 O'Neal, October 10, 1777. 

Francis Garrick, September 26, 1777. 

John Wiley, sick in town .September 17, 1777. 

Joseph Town, September 27, 1777. 

John Nicholas Merritt, September 26, 1777. 

Joseph Brintnell, September 25, 1777. 

Francis Anthony. September 25, 1777. 

James Main, Septeml)er 23. 1777. 

John Pierce, September 23, 1777. 
48~VOL. XIII. 



074 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Jolin Rich, Septembers'), 1777. 
Robert Henry, September 2), 1777. 
John Lappy, September 20, 1777. 
Joseph Myers, September 26, 1777. 
John Lodge, September 27, 1777. 
John Cliarson, September 27, 1777. 
Charles Lawton, September 28, 1777. 
Robert IIIII, September 24, 1777. 
William Pain, September 26, 1777. 
Mattliew Wliitmore, September 27, 1777. 
Edward Peagan, September 26, 1777. 
^ Jacob Rltzer, September 24, 1777. 
Monorty Gostis, September 17, 1777. 
Frederick Cronberg, September 26, 1777. 
Duneand Henderson, September 28, 1777. 
John Biggart, with Captain McCullough. 
William Wiely, drummer, September 28, 1777. 

November y* 9"*", 1777. Mustered tlien Captain Joseph Rhoad%, 
company, as specified in the above roll. 

Lamb^ Wilmbr, D. M. 



CAPTAIN JOHN BYRNE'S COMPANY. 



-4 m^mter roll of Captain John Btfrne's company j of the Fourth Jiegi- 
ment of Foot^ in the »ervicr tif the United States, commanded by 
Colonel Williani Will, Eaq.^ city of Philadelphiti Militia. 

Caittain, 
John Byrne, com. September 9, 1777. 

First Lieutenant. 
George Taylor, com. Septemlier 9, 1777. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Adam Lechler, com. September 9, 1777. 

Ensign. 
Joseph Byrne, com. September 9, 1777. 

Sergennts. 

Adam Essler, app. Septeml)er 9, 1777 ; deserted September 25. 
Luke Story, app. sergeant major October 1, 1777. 
Rol)ert Welch, app. September 9, 1777; deserted September 25. 
John Fitzgerald, app. September 9, 1777. 



AND MILITIA OF TUE REVOLUTION". BTj 

Dntmiiter and Fiftr. 
George Lecliler, app. September 9, ITTT ; October 31. 
Sebastian Myers, app. September 9, IT7T ; deserted September 25. 

PrivaUa. 

William Kirkpatrick, September 9, 1777. 

Samuel Kalioe, September 9, 1777. 

William Hanaell, September 9, 1777 ; app. sergeant October 2. 

Tbomas Crispin, September 9, 1777. 

Samuel Hnfty, September 9, 1777. 

Joseph Jolmston, September 9, 1777. 

John Bushell, September 9, 1777. 

John Farrell, September 9, 1777. 

I^enord Itotchare, September 9, 1777. 

Tliomas Miles, September 9, 1777. 

■Robert Acklin, September S, 1777. 

Cornelua Farren, September 9, 1777 ; de8ert«d September 28, 

John Fortenberry, September 9, 1777. 

John Hinkle, September fl, 1T77. 

John AlcGuIlian, September 9, 1777 ; deserted September 25. 

Ceorge Lordon, September 9, 1T77 ; on command. 

Charles Lordon, September 9, 1777. 

Semer Stout, September 9, 1777 ; deserted September 2-5. 

Godfrey Minick, September fl. 1777 ; deserted September 9. 

John Millins, September 9, 1777 ; deserted Septem!)er 9. 

Edward Riddle, September 9. 1777 ; deserted September 15. 

Michael Hyer, September 9, 1777. 

James Millignn, September 9, 1777 ; app. quarter roaster sergeant 
September 9. 

John Brower, September 9, 1777, 

November 7", 1777. Mustered then Captain John Byrne's com- 
pany, as specified in the above roll. 

Laub'. Wilmer. D. M. M. 



CAPTAIN PHILIP WAGENER'S COMPANY. 

A mutUr roll of Capinin Philip Wagener^s conipim.w, of the Fourth 
class of Pliilndelphia JUilitia, now in tht service of ike United States, 
commanded bg Lieutenant Colontl Will, this Ike 9th day of Novem- 
ber, 1777. 

Captain. 

Philip Wagener, com. September 9, 1777. 



076 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

First Lieiitenaut. 
Isaac Warner, com. September 9, 1777; deserted September 26. 

Second LieuUnant. 
William Hi»nting, com. September 9, 1777. 

Ensign, 
William Hush, ooin. Septemljer 9, 1777. 

Sergeants, 

(teoi'jre Bruuer, app. September 9, 1777; deserted September 26. 
Jacob Ilergeshimer, app. September 9, 1777 ; deserted September 26 
Jacob SiHKjh, app. September 9. 1777. 
Samuel Crispin, app. September 9, 1777 ; deserted October 6. 

Corporals, 
Jacob Heller man, app. September 9« 1777; app. sergeaint October 

ai. 

Isaac Johns, app. September 9, 1777 ; deserted Sepcember 24. 
I^«*wis Bowker, a^H»» September 11. 1777. deserted September 36. 
IlHvid Close, aiH*« September 9, 1777. 

Drtimmtr €nui Pifer. 

John Grojr, app. Septemb r 9. 1777. 

IVter IViulew, app. September 9, 1777 : sabs Uttt te. 

Prtf»ff«R. 

l^iul Fi^>er. Sei^ember 9. ITTT : <)e$eTted Septembw 3^ 
Chri^fiXiiin FreW. Se|>?eaiWr '^^ ITTT : «ie»Ht«il Sm^fnber 23L 
AiHlrew Lesip^ Se^^euiber ^. ITTT : «le$ened Se y C ^ a i bgf 3l 
WUliua Th\>aw:^. Sei^emUi^ ^- ITTT ; ^iesened Sefcemfe^f 23L 
MK*hjiiel \V Alters^ >e^>cejuher "^^ ITTT. 

Vjjt&e*UiXN* lV\*k, Sf^^^eaxUer :^. ITTT : dtetsierceil Sepc^m^^fr 2>- 
Hecnr >Vji^c^!«er. SetsiesiVr V». !TTT : «liHer&e%S >KCmr^ipr 3. 
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AND MILITIA OF TUE UEVOLUTION. eT7 

Wliliam llefl, September 9, 1777 ; deserted September '24. 

James McDouhkIi, September 9, 1T77 . deserted Septf mber Hi. 

Francis Croxby, September 9. 1777 ; deserted September 25. 

Hugh Lemon, September 9, 1777 ; entered on board the battery and 
disharged September 20. 

William Hickey, September B. 1777. 

Jotiii MuUon, September 11, 1777; deserted September 24. 

Thomas Cooper, September 11, 1777, 

Gerard Irvine, September 13, 1777 ; deserted September 17. 

George Humble, September 9, 1777. 

John Lijiderburger, September II, 1777; deserted September 26; re- 
turned November i'. 

George Orice, September 11, 1777; on furlough September 24; re- 
turned October 24. 
John Smith, September 9, 1777, 
£leliker Noble, September 9, 1777. 
John Uoun, September 13, 1777. 

Andrew Wang, September 9, 1777; left sick in Pliiladelphia ; on 
furlough (our days, 

John Ilamelton, September 9, 1777, 

Ceorge Sellers, September IS, 1777 ; deserted October 2. 

John Bughart, September 15, 1777 ; deserted October 2. 

John Wilkinson, September 24, 1777; deserted October 2. 

George Meyer, September 24, 1777 ; deserted October 2. 

James Younx, September 13, 1777 ; deserted September 24. 

Adam HofTman, Septembers, 1777. 

NicUolasStote, September 9, 1777; deserted September 16; i-etumed 
October 21. 

John Slautter, September 9. 1777. 
November 7"", 1777. Mustered theii Captain Philip Wageoer's 

company, as specified in the above roll. 

Lamb'. Wilheu, D. M. M. 



CAPTAIN CHARLES WILLSON PEALE'S COMPANY. 

Muster roll of Captain CliarUs WiUsQit PeaWs company, of [ft* 
Fourth. cUiss, Philddtlpkia Militia, noir in tke gereieeoftlu Utiiltd 
States, eomntandtd by Lieutenant Colonel Will. 
Captiin. 
Charles Willson Feale, com. June 17, 1777. 

Lieuteuants. 
Benjamin Freeman, com. M:iy 31, 1777. 
TituB Matlack, com. May 31, 1777. 



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AND MILITIA OF THE BEVOLUTION. 879 

Jacob Dederick, September 14, 17TT ; sulHtilnte. 

Cliristoplier Ilai}cner, September 14, ITT7 ; Bubstitute. 

Christian Ludwick, September U, 1TT7; eubstilute; sick, on fur- 

loiiKli, November 1. 
William Faucuiidus, September 14, 1777 ; substitute ; on furlough 

September 23. 
Andrew Beck, September 15, 1777 ; substitute ; deserted October 3. 
J.iraes Brown, September 15, 1777; substitute; on fuiluugh Se|j- 

tember 22. 
Joseph Clutherbook, September 15, 1777 ; substitute. 
John Bearhing, ISeptember 15, 1777; snlatitute. 
Peter Flick, Septemlier 16. 1777 ; substitute. 
Arcliibald Stewart, September 10, 1777 ; substitute ; on command 

at General Ervin's. 
John Willson, September 16, 1777 ; sulistitute. 
David Dickenson, September 16, 1777 ; substitute. 
Wiliam Hopkins, September 16, 1777 ; substitute ; oa furlough Sep 

tember 22. 
Philip Etter, (Tetter,) September 17, 1777 ; volunteer. 
Thomas Counter, September 17, 1777 ; suletitute. 
John Thom|)3nn, September 17, 1T77 ; aubstitnte. 
Ton Conrad Noseman, September 17, 1777; substitute; deserted 

October 3. 
Isaac Gardiner, September 17, 1777 ; substitute. 
.James Carroll, September 17, 1777; sulistitute; deserted Septem- 
ber 24. 
ZEdnard Dii-kens, September 17, 1777; substitute; deserted Sep- 
tember 23. 
Jacob Faucundus- Septemlier 20, 1777. 
Philip Etter, Jr., September 20, 1777; volunteer; absent without 

leave October 30. 
George S toot a, September 20, 1777. 
George IliichenRlock, Septemter 20, 1777. 
James Mt- irel, September 20, 1777 ; volunteer. 
Cliarlea Freeman, Septemi)er 20, 1777; substitute. 
William Freeman, September 20, 1777 ; substitute. 
Jacob Ilowclml, September 20. 1777. 

Henry Peters, October 20, 1777; belonged to Captain Gfoi-ge Fet- 
ter's company of Lanciister county, and has served part of his 
time with said company, and engaged for one month. 
Gasper Jager, September 20, 1777 ; absent witliout leave September 

24. 
William B.itt, October 7, 1777 ; absent without leave. 

November fl", 1777. Mustered then Captain Charles Willson 
Peale's company, as specifled in the above roll. 

Lamii>. Wilmbr, D. M. M. 



«80 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



CAPTAIN SAMUEL MASSEY'S ARTILLERY CO\ 



First Lieutenant. 



Second Lieutenant. 



Captain Engineer, 



A return of the First crmimny of Artillery of Philadelijhin 

October 19, 1778 [i777.] 

Captain, 
Samuel Massey, moved into tlie Jerseys. 

Captain Lieutenant, 
Joseph Fry. 

John McGinley. 

Isaac Ashton, dead. 

William Thorn. 

Sergeants, 

John Bek. 

Edward Watkees, deserted September 27. 
Samuel Stall, deserted September 25. 
Jacob Bek. 

Corporals. 

Duncan Quijf, deserted September 27. 
Daniel Craig, deserted September 27. 
Joseph Gele, deserted September 27. 
Henry Butler, deserted September 25. 

Drummer and Fijer, 

Georpje Masters, deserted September 25. 
Christopher Wagner, deserted September 23. 

Bomhardxers. 

Jeremiah Williamson. 

Benjamin Williamson, absent. 

Simon Mitchell. 

Thomas Farmer, deserted September 23. 

Bryan Fortan, absent. 

John Uortou, deserted September 27. 

Qunners, 
Thomas Mitcliell. 
Peter Cape, dead. 
James Hays. 
John Hafline, absent. 
Samuel Powell. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 

Matroaita. 
JHeury Bartleson. 
David Thomson, deserted September 25. 

'Willmoi Foi-d Ireland, deserted September 27, 
<ieorge Tose, deserted Septemlwr 23, 

Daniel Ueckly. deserted September 24. 

Itobert Greaves 

Jnmes Perry, absent. 

Daniel McHray'il, deserted iPeptemtier 24. 

Jacob Stnts. 

David Clark. 

.loseph Uarmatt. 

Jdsepli Fullerton, deserted September £6. 

William Thomson, deserted SeptemL>er 27 

James Bell, deserted Septeral>er 2a. 

Ueorge Wilson, deserted September 25. 

John McClure. 

John Baffwell, absent. 

John Fislier, deserted September 26. 

John Ureble, deserted September 28. 

John Ford, deserted September 25. 

JoUu (i alio IV ay, clerk. 



COL. WM. BRADFORD'S BATTALION. 

CAPTAIN JOHN LINTON'S COMPANY. 

Muster ToH of CapUiin John lAuton'* ciitnpany,ot (he SereiiUi mid 
Etylitli eliisses, Pkilatleliihiii Mihlia, ni/u in the nerMr^ <if Vie 
Vnited States, cmnmdnded by WlUiani Bradford, Votonel. 

Captain. 
Jolm Linton, com. Septemt»er 14, 1778. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Andrew Kennedy, com. Septemt>er 29, 1778. 

Sergeitnts. 
William Matlack, app. September 14, 1778; seventh. 
Samuel I-ancdale, app, September 25, 1778; eifihth. 
Thomas Loj^an, September 14, 17T8 ; promoted sergeant October 10 ; 
aerenth. 



382 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Corporals. 

Fritz Shingle, app. September 14, 1778; seveiitli. 
Peter Clamper, app. September 14, 1778; seventh. 
Richard Tobin, app. September 14, 1778; eiglitii. 

Privates. 

Nathan Tones, September 25, 1778; seventh. 

Samuel Brock, September 25, 1778; seventh. 

Christopher Cairns, September 25, 1778 ; seventh. 

Adam Lare, September 25, 1778 ; seventh. 

Abraham Longcopt, September 25, 1778; seventh. 

Andrew Metz, September 25, 1778; seventh. 

John Slaughter, September 25, 1778; seventh. 

George Cooper, September 25, 1778; seventh. 

William McNeal, September 25, 1778; seventh. 

Thomas Larwood, September 25, 1778; seventh. . 

Joshua Collins, September 25, 1778 ; seventh. 

George Hill, Seij. D'^ September 25, 1778; eighth ; discharged Oc- 
tober 10. 

James Parkinson, September 25, 1778*, eighth. 

Andrew Boyd, September 25, 1778 ; eighth. 

Joseph Saunders, September 25, 1778; eighth. 

John Williamson, September 25, 1778; eighth. 

Henry Suter, September 25, 1778: eighth. 

Philip Kneglit, September 25, 1778; eighth. 

Jacob £nk, September 25, 1778; eighth. 

.Jacob Garaud, paid, September 25, 1778 ; eighth. 

Charles Magee, September 25, 1778 ; eiglith. 

Lewis Gunnet, September 25, 1778 , eighth. 

.Joseph Franklebury, September 26. 1778; eighth. 

Tliomas Perrys, September 25, 1778: eiglith. 

Laughim McClean, September 26, 1778; eiglith. 

.leremiali Quen, September 26, 1778; eiglith. 

William McKeitli, Septeml)er 25, 1778; eightli. 

Jolin Bowers, September 26, 1778: eighth. 

Adam Tlirasher, Septemb**r 2-\ 1778; eigrlith. 

James Cull)ertson, September 26, 1778; eighth. 

Ducan Quig, September 27, 1778, eiglith. 

Philip Me8.ser, September 29, 1778; eighth. 

Jonas Phillips, October 31, 1778; eighth , sul)stitute for John Doy 
men. 

2^ ISov'., 1778 Mustered then Captain John Linton's company, 
as specified in the above roll. 

LodV Sprooell, M, M. Q. of P. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 683 

CAPTAIN ISAAC COOPER'S COMPANY. 

JUugler roll of Captain Igaae Cooper^s eom)ia»y, of t/ie Sfveutb untl 
Eighth classes, Pliiladelphia Mililia, note tn the service of the 
United States, conimimiUd bi/ William Brad/ord, Esq., Colonel. 

IsKHC Cooper, com. i^ptember 14, 1778 ; present. 

First Lieutenant. 
Thomas Itoualiaw, com. September 14, 1778; sick. 

Se&iiid Lieutenant, 
Philip Alberger, com. September 14, 1778; present. 

Sert/taiits. 
Christopher Miller, app. September 14, 1778; seveiitli ; present. 
Godfrey Vilents, Hpp. September 30, 1778; eighth ; present. 

Corporals. 
IMoiel Smith, npp. September 14, 1778; seventh ; present. 
George Siferflelt, app. September 14, 1778 ; eigiitli ; present. 
Joliii Isenbery, app. ISeptember 17, 1778; seventh; sick. 

Drummer awl Fifer. 
Christopher Wagoner, app. September 28, 177S; eiglitli ; present. 

Privates. 
James Nevil, clerk, September 14, 1778 ; seventh ; present, 
.lacobllull, September 14, 1778; seventh; present. 
Micliael Zenser, September 15, 1778'; seventh ; present, 
.lolin Kinsel, September 14, 1778; seventh ; on command, 
.lulin Stonemeitz, September 14, 1778; seventh ; present. 
.I.ihn Kites. September 14, 1778; seventli ; present. 
I'eterNai, September 14, 1778; seventh; present, 
lieorge Slrouse. September 14. 1778 ; seventh ; present. 
Peter Stout, September 14, 1778; seventh ; pi-esent. 
Jncob Binder, September 14, 1778; seventli ; absent. 
Micliael Strieker, September 14, 1778; seventli; present. 
Henry Simmon. Septeralier 14, 1778; seventh; present. 
Christopher Wiiliinson, September 17, 1776; seventh; present. 
Leonard Cramer, September 17, 1778; seventh; on cummand. 
Nicholas Bird, September 17. 1778; seventh ; absent. 
Godfrey Shronk, September 17. 1778; seventh; present. 
John Totten, September 17. 1778; seventh ; present. 
Joiin Weaver, Septemtier 18, 1778 ; eeveutli ; sick. 



684 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

David Huver, September 18, 1778; seventh ; present. 
Nicholas Young, September 18, 1778; seventh ; present. 
Peter Weyal, September 25, 1778; eiglith ; present. 
Jolni Rimel, September 25, 1778; eighth ; sick. 
Andrew Rote, September 25, 1778; eighth ; present. 
Uol)ert Hughes, September 25, 1778; eighth; present. 
John Horn, September 25, 1778; eiglith; present. 
John Strawhall, September 25, 1778; eighth; present. 
Peter Snyder, Septeml)er 26, 1778; eighth ; sick. 
William Felpor, September 26, 1778; eighth ; present. 
Frederick Moke, September 26, 1778; eighth; pi-esent. 
George Yenser, September 26, 1778; eighth; present. 
George Gale, September 27, 1778; eighth ; on command. 
Joseph Hill, September 27, 1778 ; eighth ; sick. 
William Fow, September 30, 1778; eighth; sick. 
Samuel Goff , September 30, 1778 ; eighth ; present. 
Francis Brownhold, September 30, 1778; eighth ; present. 
Jacob Stays, September 30, 1778 ; eighth ; present. 
Joseph Bosler, September 30, 1778; eighth ; present. 
William Ponty, September 30, 1778; eighth; sick. 
Thomas Shaw, September 30, 1778; eighth ; present. 
Joseph Adams, September 30, 177S ; eighth ; present. 
Elijah Broomfield, September 30, 1778; eighth; present. 
Charles Alexander, September 30, 1778; eighth; present. 
David Cline, September 30, 1778; eighth; present. 
Michael Stiver, September 30, 1778; eighth; present. 
George Apt, September 30, 1778; eighth ; present. 
George Kinter, September 30, 1778; eighth; present. 
John Brickhill, September 30, 1778; eighth ; present. 
Henry Sommers, September 3U, 1778; eighth ; sick, absent. 

Philadelphia, November 2^, 1778. Mustered then Captain Isaac 
Cooper's company, as specified in the above roll. 

LoD^ Sproqell, J^. M, O, of P. 



CAPTAIN lEREMIAH FISHER'S COMPANY. 



Muster roll of Ca)itain Jtreiniah Fisher'^s com^)anif^ of the Seventh 
and Eifjhth c/osse^, Philadelphia Militia^ uotc in Uie service of the 
United States, coynmanded by William Bradford^ -Ek^-, Colonel, 

Oaptain. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 

Serytants. 
Mictaael Faruer, app. September 14, 1778. 
Uenry Kurtz, app. Scptemlwr U, 1778. 
Andrew Beck, app. September 14, 1778. 

VorporaU. 
William McDair, app. September 26, 1778. 
George Nogle, app. September 27, 1778. 



James Trimble. 

PriecUea. 
Edward Glass, Sept«mber 14, 1778 ; seventh. 
Adam Myrtetus, September 14, 1778; seventli. 
Adam Bmiali, September 14, 1778; seveiitli. 
Henry Meyer, September 14, 1778 ; seventh. 
Martin Gilmmi, September 14, 1778; seventh : sick. 
Jacob Lesli, September 14, 1778; seventh. 
Thomas Kelly, September 14, 1778; seventh. 
Robert Owen, September 14, 1778; seventh; on command. 
Philip Witman, September 14, 177S; seventh. 
John Metzler, September 14, 1778; seventh. 
Henry Sneider, September 14. 1778 ; seventh. 
John Adams, September 14. 1778; seventh. 
Charles Hubbard, September 14, 1778; seventh. 
George Lohrmaii, September 25, 1778 ; eighth. 
Philip Reaver, September 25, 1778; eighth. 
John Hartyn, September 25, 1778; eighth; on command. 
John Biddle, September 25, 1778; eighth. 
William Faithful, September 25, 1T78; eighth. 
James .Scott, September 25, 1776 ; eighth. 
John Edleman, September 25, I7T8; eighth. 
Godfrey Menigh, September 25, 1778; eighth. 
George Stoots, September 25, 1778; eighth. 
William Siles, September 25, 1778; eighth. 
Robert Moffat, September 25, 1778 ; eighth ; lame. 
Jacob Peninglioof, September 25, 1778; eighth. 
George Amdt, Septemtier 27, 1778; eighth. 
Robert Wright, September 27, 1778; eighth. 
Abraham Thyer, September 27, 1778; eighth; on command 
Jacob Diamond, September 28, 1778; eighth. 
Frederick Stonecutter, September 28, 1778 ; eighth. 
Felix Hughes, September 28. 1778 ; eighth. 
Christian Lawyer, September 28, 1778 ; eighth. 
John Coxe, September 28, 1778 ; eighth ; on commaud. 



686 ASSOCIATED BAlxx*-. 

Henry Miller, September 28, 1778; eighth. 
Lawrence Cook, September 29, 1778; eighth ; sick. 
Matthias Stimble, September 29, 1778; eighth. 
Jacob Heneyser, October I, 1778; eighth; sick. 
William McDowell, October 1, 1778; eighth. 
Charles Hurst, October 2, 1778; eighth. 

Pliiladelphia, November 2^, 1778. Mustered tlien Captain Jere- 
miah Fisher's company, as specified in tlie above roll. 

LoD*. Sproobll, M, M, G. of P, 



LIEUTENANT HENRY MEYERS' COMPANY. 



Muster roll of Lieutenant Henry Meyers^ conipanyj of the Seventh 
and Eighth classes^ Philadelphia Militia^ now in the service of the 
United States^ commanded by William Bradford^ Esq.^ Colonel. 

Lieutenants. 

Henry Meyers, com. September 14, 1778. 
John Franklin, com. September 28, 1778. 

Ensign, 
Leonard Fisher, com. September 26, 1778. 

Sergeants. 

David Stetzer, app. September 14, 1778. 
Christian Young, app. Septeml)er 14, 1778. 
Philip Ling, app. Septeml)er 27, 177^<. 
Jacob Clamburg, app. September 27, 1778. 

Cor))ornls. 

Michael Rine, app. September 14, 1778. 
Conrad Foster, app. September 14, 1778. 
William McSparrel, app. September 27, 1778. 
William Camp, app. September 27, 1778. 

Fifer. 
llonimas Warner, app. 8epteml)er 26, 1778. 

Privates. 

William Waver, Septeml)er 14, 1778; seventh. 

Michael Fox, September 14, 1778; seventh. 

Adam Maxriner, September 14, 1778 ; seventh ; on comman 

John Ilyler, September 14, 1778; seventh ; on command. 

Hermon Johnson, September 14, 1778; seventh. 



AND MIIJTIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 

Griffy Owen, September U, 1778; seventh. 

JacobFink, ^ieptembeiU. 1778; seventh; aick. 

Godley Uoiie, September H, 1778; seventh. 

Nicholas Jacobs, September 14, 177S; seventh. 

Henry Sheier, September 14, 1778 ; seventh. 

Henry Parry, September 14, 1778; seventh. 

John Caleb Horse, September 14, 1778; seventh; sick. 

Daniel Kehr, -September 14, 1778; seventh. 

Mattlilas Harden, September 14, 1778: seventh ; sick. 

Georgfe Specht, September 14, 1778 ; seventh. 

Robert Cowel, September 14. 1778 ; seventh ; absent with ieHVe. 

Liizareth I^vy, September 14, 1778; seventh. 

Frederick Fogle, .September 14, 1773; seventh. 

Christian Camp, September 19, 1778; seventh. 

Godfry Turk, September 19, 1778; seventh. 

Jacob Cope, September 19, 1778; seventh. 

Francis Tlrown, September IP, 1778; seventh. 

William Jacobs, Septemt>er 19, 1778; seventh; sick. 

Andrew Bosheart, September 19, 1778 ; seveiitli. 

Adam Smith, September 22, 1778; seventh; aiclc. 

William Nicholas, Septeml>er ;^4. 1778; seventh. 

Georjce Fislier, September 2-5, 1778; seventh. 

Tliomas Fisher, Seiitemlier 25, 1778 ; seventh. 

William Molsby, September 25, 1778; eiKhth, 

George Shnider, .'^eptemlter 25, 1778; eighth. 

Philip Myi-ely, September 25, 1778; eighth. 

Alexander Binson, September 25, 1778; eighth. 

Frederick Tent, September 23, 1778 ; eighth. 

Andrew Aberlieart, September 2-i, 1778; eighth. 

William Stetzer, September 25, 1778 ; eighth. 

Henry Casdrop, September 25, 1778; elglith. 

Frank Buck, September 25, 1778; eighth. 

John DitK, Septebiber 25, 1778 ; eiglith ; absent without leave. 

Jacob Swab, September 25, 1778; eightli. 

Oliristian Hawk, September 25, 1778; eighth. 

Andrew Wlieeler, Septemt>er 25, 1778 ; eiglilh. 

Jacob Crispan, September 25, 1778; eighth. 

Philip Knox, September 25, 1778; eighth. 

John Ahbiitt, September 25, 1778 ; eiglith. 

David Hiishong, SeptemlMr 25, 1778; eighth. 

CImrles Hempej, Septeml)er 25, I77S; eighth. 

Peter Cni|)e, .September 25, 1778; eighth. 

Jacob Marker, Septemlwr 25. 177S; eighth. 

Michael Kyzer, Septemlmr 25. 177S; eighth. 

Andrew Reese, Seiitemher 25. 177fi; eighth; died October 16. 

Samuel Prints, September 25, 1778 ; eighth. 



888 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Jacob nicer, September 2fi, 1778 ; eighth. 
WilliBm Binket, September afi, 1778; eighth. 
John YvguT, September 25, 1778; eighth. 
Henry Fiiialier, September 25. 1778 ; eighth. 
Willirtm I'ekkin, September 25, 177S; eighth. 
Valentine Umbeheiid, September 25, 177S; eighth. 
Jolm Field, September 25, 1778; eigiith. 
Ulmrles Fine. September 25, 1778; eighth. 
Osweld Vonderlield, September 25, 1778; eighth. 
Lewis Runner, September 'J5, 1778; elghtli. 
Williiim I^liman, September 25, 1778; eighth. 
J»cob Aab, September 25, 1778 ; eiglith. 
Frederick Doublepower, September 26, 1778 ; eighth. 
C^liarles Jones, Septemlier 25, 1778 ; eiahth. . 
Frederick Heller. September 25. 1778 ; eighth. 
Peter Iteird, September 28, 1778 ; eightli. 
Daniel Frealimond, September 80, 1778; eighth. 
John Fisher, September 30, 1778 ; eighth ; sick. 
Thomas Fentliam, Septeml>er3U. 1778; eigtith. 

3" Nov'., 1778. Mustered tlien Lieutenant Henry Meyers' con)- 
pany, as specified In the above roll. 

LoD*. Sproqell, M. Si. O. of P. 

[Tlie foregoing company was originally commanded by Captflin 
Jolm Linnington.] 



CAPTAIN JOSHUA HUMPHREYS' COMPANY. 

MusUr roU of Captain Joshua Humphreys' company, of the StvtMth 
and Eighth dnasts, Philafhtphia JUilitia, noiu in tlie service of the 
United Slates, commanded by William Bradford, Esq., Colonel. 

Captain. 
.loshna Humphreys. 

LieHlenants. 
William Garwood, com. September 14, 1778. 
Godfrey Sliizler, com. September 28. 1778. 

Sergeants. 
Benjamin Commot, app. Septeml>er 14, 1778; seventh. 
David Derrick, npp. Septeml)er 14, 1778; seventh. 
Jolm Delivan. app. Septemlier 14, 1778; seventh. 
John Snider, app. September 11, 1778 ; seventh. 



ASD MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTIOS. 

CoTporaXs. 
Phillip Oitain)ter, app. September 25, I7T8 ; eiglith. 
'William Joy, app. September 25, 17T8; elglith. 
John IJousman, app. September 25, 1TT8 ; eighth. 
Willium Ditvtce, app. September 20, 1TT8 ; eighth. 

Privattt. 
^Tilliam Pay, September 14, 1778; seventh. 
Jolin Donney, clerk, September U, 1778; serMith. 
.^ames Camel, September 14, lT7!t; seventh. 
^Alexander Adamn, September 14, 1778; seventh. 
.James Carson, September 14, 1778 ; seventh. 
Barnes Wood, September 14, 1778; seventh. 
Jobn Church, September 14, 1778; seventh. 

Xudwick Dagon, September 14, 1778; seventh. 

JoDn Asliburti, September 14, 1778; seventh. 

.Josepli Springer, September 14, 1778 ; seventh! 

Oiristopher Lamb, September 14, 1778; seventh. 

"William Edwnrda, September 14, J778 ; seventh. 

Thomas Killen, September 14, 1778; seventh. 

Henry Rhile, September 14, 1778; seventh. 

Henry Fry, September 14, 1773 ; seventh. 

Michael Kinsley, September 14, 1778; seventli. 

John Simmers, September 14, 1778; seventh. 

Jacob Sailor, September 14, 1778 ; seventh. 

John Fisher, September 14, 1778; seventh. 

Christopher Un^r, September 20, 1778; seventh. 

Christopher Cooker, September 21, 1778; seventh. 

John Roach, September 21, 1778; seventh. 

Bavid Car, September 21, 177S; seventh. 

Michael Boyer, September 22, 1778 ; seventh. 

Ellas Lanfaster, September 22, 1778; seventh. 

Joseph Yale, September 23, 1778 ; seventh. 

John Weils, September 28, 1778 ; seventh. 

Joseph Hunter, September 28. I7T8 ; seventh. 

Jacob Litcheiiham, September 29, 1778; eighth. 

Fetter Hines. September 25, 1778 ; eighUi. 

Rubin Wells, September 25, 1778; eigbtli. 

Conroad Lentner, September 25, 1776; eighth. 

Conroad Myerly, Septemlier 2-5, 1778; eighth. 

Adam Grove, September 2S, 1778; eighth. 

Michael Mat^lnger, September 25, 1778; eighth. 

Math iaa Cooker, September 25, 1778; eighth. 

Richard Lindle, September 2S, 1778 ; etglith. 

Francis Revil, Septeml>er 25, 1778 ; eighth. 

John Fanning, Septemt>er 25, 1778; eighth. 
44-VOL. XIII. 



090 A8SOUIATED BATTALIONS 

Rodger Herl, September 25, ITTB ; eighth. 
Heury Fullertuii, ^jepteoiljei' 25, 17T8 ; eighth. 
NorniKD UcUloud, Septuiul>er 25. 1778; etgbth. 
James IlutcUesuu, September S5, 1TT8; eighth. 
Jeremiah Mutcli, September 25, ITTH; eighth. 
Fmiicla Willur, September 25, 17TH; «ig]ith. 
John Fink, September 25, 1778; eighth. 
Johnathen Jones, September 25, 177S; eighth. 
Cliristen FiEe, September 'Ja, lT7ti; eighth. 
William Uart«, September 25, 1T7H; eighth. 
John Urouss, September 28, 1778; eiglith. 
.Tuhn WitP, September 28, 1778; elglith. 
Jolm Youiiff, September 28, 177H ; eighth. 
Phillip Boatman, September 28. 1778 ; eighth. 
Dante) Gilbert, September 29. 1778; eighth. 
■Tacob Coobler, September 8(1, 1778; eighth. 

FhlladelpMii, Novembers'", 1778. Mustered then Captain Joshua 
Humphreys' company, as specifleil Jn the above roll. 

LoD*. SmooELL, M. M. G. of P. 



CAPTAIN JAMES HOOD'S COMPANY. 

MusUr roll of Vajititin J'imtg llnntVn coiitpttiii/, of the Sft'erUA ami 
Eiijhth clansei, I'kiladtliihia JUililiu, nino in the servire of tlit 
Unitfd HuUea, commaniJed hij WHliam Bradford, Erq., Colonel. 

Captain. 
James Hood. 

Lieutenant. 
Job Ilurvey, September 14, 1778 ; resigned October 22. 

Ensign. 
David C. Chijiole. 

SeraeanU. 
King Will, app. September U, 1778. 
John Stlnson, app. Septemlier 2% 1778. 
Samuel Moss, app.. October 2, 1778. 

Corporult, 
Andrew Why more. 

John Natciier, app. September 14, 1778. 
John Lokemnii. npp. September 14, J778. 

Drummer and Fi/tr. 
W. Wiley, app. September 26, 1778. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. «9I 

Privates. 
Edward Haonah, September U, 1778; sick. 
Edward Mecage, September 14, 177S. 
Henry Liipstoiie, September 14, 1778. 
Petter Baler, September 14, 1778. 
John Taylor, September 14, 1778. 
Fo^ieson McVay, September 14, 1778. 
Alexander McVay, September 14, 1778. 
John MacPheraon, September 14, 1778. 
John McDonnald, September 14, 1778; sick. 
Edward LutliRo, September 14, 1778. 
John Stark, September 25, 1778. 
Christopher BereuRer, September M, 1778. 
John Welcli, September 25, 1778. 
Jacob Betinger, September 25, 1778. 
William Kensell, September 25, 1778. 
Pett«r Etiiiborn, September 25, 1778. 
3a£ah Balding, September 25, 1773. 
'John Kensyl, September 25, 1778. 
Leonard Limley. October 4, 1778. 
John Giibert, clerk, September 14, 1778. 

Philadelplila, November 18, 1778. Mustered then Captain James 
Hood's company, as specified in the roll. 

LoD'. Sfrooell, 3£. M. O. of P. 



COL. WILLIAM DEAN'S BATTALION. 

Colontl. 
William Dean. 

George Miller. 

Archibald McClean, absent. 

Adjutant. 

George Beatty. 

Quarter Master. 

Edmund Pennington. 

Quarter Master Sergeant. 

BenjamiQ Williams. 



692 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



CAPTAIN SAMUEL HINES' COMPANY. 



Muster roll of Captain Samuel Hines'' company^ of the Fourth bat- 
talion of Philadelphia County Militia^ in the service of the Unkid 
States, commanded by Colonel William Dean, 



Samuel Hines. 



Jenkin Evans. 



John Shelmire. 



Peter Fleck. 



Captain. 



First Lieutenant. 



Second Lieutenant. 



Ensign. 



Sergeants. 

Thomas Drake, app. December 9, 1778. 
Jacob Stoneburner, app. December 9, 1778. 
Balsor Yetter, app. December 9, 1778. 

Drummer and Fifer. 
John Weaver. 

Privates. 

Andrew Rutherford, December 9, 1778. 
Alexander Wriglit, December 9, 1778. 
John Gohn, December 9, 1778. 
John Morgan, December 9, 1778. 
Jacob Stewart, December 9, 1778. 
Garret Wynekoop, December 9, 1778. 
Daniel Ryner, December 9, 1778. 
John Burk, December 9, 1778. 
Lewis Woolman, December 9, 1778. 
Philip Inghart, December 9, 1778. 
Jacob Upf adder, December 9, 1778. 
Paul Griggory, December 9, 1778. 
Benjamin Butler, December 9, 1778. 

Philadelphia Barracks, December y* 22*, 1778. Mastered then 
Captain Samuel HiiMs* company, as specified in the above roll. 

liBWIB NlOOLAi T. If. ^ Com. Must, pro tempore. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



CAPTAIN PHIUP HAHN'S COMPANY. 

Mtater roll of Captain Philip Hahn'a company, of the Iburth bat^ 
tolton, RegiiHinl of Foot, in the service of the United Slates, coto- 
manded by Colonel Dean, in Philadelphia Gowiiy MilUia, Deatnh 

her St, 1778. 

Captain. 



First Lieutenant. 
Frederick Baer, on furlough. 

Second Lieutenant 
Jonatban Ctiaterd. 

S>nsign. 
George £nbanl. 

Sergeante. 
Peter Baer, app. December 8, 1778. 
John Bleth, app. December 8, 1778. 
Henry Engle, app, December 8, 1778 ; on f urlougb. 
William Jones, app. December 8, 1778. 

Corporals , 
Jacob Hill, app. December 8, 1778. 
Jacob Barral, app. December 8, 1778. 
Jacob Kern, app. December 8, 1778. 
JoiiD Baws, app. December 3, 1TT8; absent. 

Drummer and Fifer. 
Geoi^ Sheffy, app. December 8, 1776, 

Frivalea, 
Bernard Freyer, December 8, 17T8; on furlough. 
Geoi^ Steiorock, December 8. 1773; absent. 
Peter Kor — -, December 8, 1778. 
Jacob Higter, December 8, 1778. 
Jacob Cuaaer, December 8, 1778. 
Henry Slownacker, December 8, 1778. 
.Tohn Stophlet. December 8, 1773; absent, 
Michael Slownacker, December 8, 1778. 
Jonn Smith, December 8, 1778, 
John Latder, December 8, 1778. 



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AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 695 

CAPTAIN JACOB PETERHAN'5 COMPANY. 

JUitKter roll of Caiitain Jttcob PeUrman's company, of tlie Fourth hat- 
lalton. PhxluAtliihiti Counli/ Mtlttia, Hegiment of Foot, in the ser- 
rice of the United Slates, commnniled by Colonel WtUiam Dean, 
Phtladeljmia, December tt, 1778. 

Vaptain. 
JiicobPeterman. 

Second Lteuienant. 
Isaac McG lather;. 

Ensign. 
Benjamin Ramsey. 

Sergeanti. 
Peter Wliitner, app. December 11, 1778. 
Thomas Shepherd, app. Decembec 11, 1778. 
.Samuel Bartlesoii. app. December 11, 1778. 
Benjamin Fox, app. December II, 1778. 

Prtv'iUs. 
Martin FerrinKar, December 11, 1778. 
John Sutton, December 11, 1778. 
Jacob Moyer, December 11, 1778. 

Frederick , December 11, 1778. 

John Bradford, December 11, ITTd. 
James Davis, December II, 1778. 
John Harple, December II, 1778. 
John R»wn, December 11, I7T8. 
Michael Wliisler, December 11, 17T8. 
George Smyth. December 11, 1778. 
Henry Stall, December 11, 1778. 
Michael Syeler, December 11, 1778, 
George Walter. December 11, 177*. 
Roliert Stewart, December 11, 1778. 
Matthia-t Nein, December II, 1778. 
George Jerry, December 11, 1778. 
Edward Coiilston, December 11, 1778. 
John Ilannnh, December 11, 1778. 
Joseph Wanker, December 11, 1778. 
Nicholas Slough, December 11, 1778. 
Aqiula Rolierts, Deceml)er 11, 1778. 
Christian Gross, December 11, 1778. 



696 ASSOCIATED BATTAUOlfS 

Robert Jones, December 11, 1778. 
Philip Kumdafer, December 11, 1775.. 
Peter Anderson, December 11, 1778. 
Richard Meggs« December 11, 1778. 

George , December 11, 1778. 

George Bisbing, December 11, 1778. 

Andrew Mui*phy, December 11, 1778. 

Honisle Uio^er, December 11, 1778. 

Daniel O'nail, December 11 , 1778. 

Andrew Knox, December 11, 1778, on furlough. 

Henry Conrad, December 11, 1778; on furlough. 

Joseph Dehaven, December 11, 1778; on furlough. 

John Matthews, December 11, 1778; on furlough. 

Ephi-aim Armstong, December 11, 1778; on furlou 

Edward Wells, December 11, 1778 ; on furlough. 

William Dull, December 11, 1778. 

December 22**, 1778. Mustered then Captain Jacob Peterman's 
company, as specified in the above roll. 

Lewis Nicola, T. M. A Com. Must, pro tempore. 



COL. WM. BRADFORD'S BATTALION. 



Colonel. 
William Bradford. 

Quarter Master. 
John Cornish, August 21, 1779; on command. 

Quarter ^taster Sergeant. 
George Zeisieger, August 21, 1779. 



CAPTAIN EDWARD PASCHALL'S COMPANY. 



duster roll of Captain Edtcard PaschaWs company^ of the First 
Philadelphia Mihtia, R€(jiment of Foot^ in the serviceof the United 
State^^ comniandecl by Colonel William Bradford. 



Edward Paschall. 
John Cornish. 



Captain. 
First lAeutenant, 



AND MILITIA OF THE BEVOLUTION. 

Second Lieutenant. 
Jfdxa Utuoner. 

Erttign. 
Charlea Mayes. 

Sergeants. 
Ilobert Murdoch, app. August 21, 1779. 
<Jhristopher Uagner, app. Auniist 21, lT79f 
Kamuel Elliott, app. August 26, 1779. 
Daniel McCarragan, app. August 26, 1779. 

CorporaU. 
Joseph Fulmer, app. August 21. 1779. 
Hugh McConnell, app. August 21. 1779. 
John Miller, app. August 21. 1779. 
John Warner, app. August 26, 1779. 

Xhrvmmer and Fifer. 
John Gralrnm. 
.lohn Waldrick. 

Prieatet. 
Thomas Crispin, August 21, 1779. 
Michael Miller, August 21, 1T79. 
William Gray, August 26, 17T9. 
William Craig, August 21, 1779. 
William Harper, August 21, 1779. 
Michael Katts, August 21, 1779. 
Williaun Hill, August 21. 1779. 
Jam«s Jobsou. August 21. 1779. 
George Goodman, August 22, 1779. 
Henry Soloman, August 21, 1779. 
Thomas Fitzgerald, August 21, 1779. 
Ellsha Fdrker, August 21, 1779 . sick, on furlough. 
Daniel Laferdry, August 21, 1T79, 
Peter Armbrister, August 21, 17T9. 
John Stoker. August 21, 1779. 
Joseph Sjackford, August 21 , 1771 
John Henry, August 21, 1T79. oi 
Bened'. Snyder, August 26. 1779. 
John Hammell, August 26, 1779. 
Daniel Sbaw, August 2T. 1779. 
Robert Montgomery, August 26, 1779. 
Jacob Reed, August 26, 1779; sick, on furiougbi 
Hugh Martin, August 21, 1T79. 
Martin Shrier. August 21. 1779. 
Andrew SbaSer, August 21, 1779. 



sick, on furlough, 
furlough. 



(m ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

NicliolHB Miller, August 21, 1779. 

David Miller, August 21, 1779. 

John Rabsnyder, August 21, 1779. 

Frederick Fisber, August 21, 1779. 

David Flickweir, August 21, 1779. 

James Londay, August 21, 1779. 

John Phillips, August 21, 1779. 

John Armitt, August 21^ 1779. 

Jolin Beigler, August 21, 1779. 

Henry Lewis, August 21, 1779. 

Joseph Job, August 21, 1779 ; sick, on furloughs 

Kobei*t Black, August 26, 1779. 

Francis Bower, August 80, 1779. 

Conrad Stolts, August 24, 1779. 

Martin Noll, August 21, 1779. 

Jacob Whiteman, August SO, 1779. 

Jacob Sailor, August 21, 1779. 

Frederick Lauterbum, August 81, 1779. 

Samuel Robiuett, August 81, 1779. 

David Climens, August 81, 1779. 

Thomas Miln. 

Solomon Magg. 

Fort Mifflin, October 18, 1779. Mustered then Cafytain Edwaid 
l^HschalPs comi>any, as specified in the above ndl. 

LoD^. Sproobll, If. if. 6\ q^ P. 



CAPTAIN EZEKIEL LETTS' COMPANY. 



.1 iHHSier n*U <'r Ca^tldin Exkitl LeUs^ companjf^cf the Ftni hegi- 
*Ha\t Of FfiH^ III th€ Mrv^ce of the VniUd :MaU$^ amtmomded 6f 



Oi^ilain, 
K.'vkiel Ijett^ com, August 2\ 1TT9. 

Ji^ui l\>r.Ai\K ivm. Augiist :^V 17T9. altaent with 

jAK\<t} i^\!s!;v^'.k. com. Au|ru$s :^V 177>^: abaoit vith leave. 



Andn^v Mj«n^ eom A«kmI :3Sb I7». 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 

Sergeants. 
Jacob Kiusley, app. August 25, 1TT9. 
Bartholomew Bt^er, app. AuKust 25, 1TT9. 
Jobn Stow, app. August 25, 1770. 
£rigfatwell Hlbbe, app. August 25, 1779. 

Clerk. 
John Davis, app. August 25, 1779. 

Corp&raU, 
<?hriatophec Bow, app. August 25, 1779. 
Trederick Wing, app. August 25, 1779. 
Oeorge Harmaii, app. August 25, 1779. 
Teter Price, app. August 2fi, 1779. 

Drummer. 
Adam Helem, app. August 25, 1779. 

Privates. 
John Armstrong, August 25, 1779 ; absent with leave. 
James Cartwright, August 25, 1779 ; at}seat with leave. 
William Facundus, August 25, 1779. 
John Gilmore, August 25, 1779. 
George Densill, August 25, 1779; on furlough. 
Alexander Rodgers, August 25, 1779 ; sick, abseut. 
Adam Olle, August 25, 1779. 
John Snider, August 25, 1779. 
John Freehaver, August 25, 1779. 
Mathew Shephard, August 25, 1779. 
Jnhn Fox, August 25, 1779, sick, absent. 
Peter Shell, August 25, 1779 ; absent on command. 
Michael Minicli, August 25, 1779. 
Christian Camp, August 25, 1779. 
Abraham Eichel, August 25, 1779. 
Samuel Honeymian, August 25, 1779. 
Jacob Havenlifter, August 25, 1779. 
John Stroop, August 25, 1779. 
John Hyde, August 25, 1779. 
Jacob Husk, August 25, 1779. 
George Pepper, August 25, 1779. 
Michael Sipp, August 25, 1779. 
George Zellers, August 25, 1779 \ on furlough. 
Frederick Jeremiah, August 25, 1779, 
John Frank, August 25, 1779; died September 25. 
Martin Summers, August 25, 1779. 
John Tarte, August 25, 1779. 



700 ASSOCIATED BATTAIJON 8 

John Shade, August 25, 17T9. 

Edward Dealle, August 2o, 1779; on command. 

William Frame, August 2&, 1T79. 

Geoig« Esber, August 23, 1779. 

Frederick Bojer, August 23, 1779. 

John Fisher, August 23, 1779. 

William Sanden, August 23, 1779. 

Jacob Rightly, August 23. 1779. 

John Jones, August 26, 1779. 

William Uwman, August 26, 1779. 

Christopher Simmermnn, August 23, 1779. 

John North, August 25, 1779. 

John Uaey, Aukus£ 25, 1779. . 

Andrew Young, August 25, 1779. 

Billingsport, October 16", 1779. Mustered then Captain Ezekiel 
Letts' company, as speciQed above. 

LOD*. SPBOOB!.!., 31. M. O. of p. 



COL. BENJ. G. EYRE'S BATrALION. 

A nnuler roil of Ike field and stuff offkert of the Second battalion of 
Mihfiii,froin the city of Philiideiphia, in the bUite of Pennsylvania' 
note fneampetl near Trinion, in Neio Jertey, and (A<«r tcaiUrt, Au- 
gust 31, I7S0. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
BenjamiD G. Eyre, August 10, 1780. 

Alexander Boyd, August ID, 1780. 

Adjutant. 

Alexander Boyle, August 10, 1780. 

Quarter Matter. 

Aaron D. Woodruff, August 10, 1780. 

SuryeoK. 

Michael I^ib, August 10, 1780. 

Surgeon'* Mate. 

John Weaver, August 10, I7S0. 

Thomas Black, servant to the Colonel, August 10, 1780. 

TbcHDas McComb, wrrant to the Major, Angnst 10, 1780. 

AutcoBt SI, 1780. Then mustered the above as qtecifieit. 

Sax'l Stxrktt, M. M. p. M. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 701 

CAPTAIN EUJAH WEED'S COMPANY. 

Mutter roll of Captain Elijah Wftd't company, if tfte Stconi Hegi- 

nient of Foot, in the gcrvice of the Unittd States, commanded by 

Vohtiel Benjaviin 0. Eyre, of the Second class 'of PkHad^pkia 

Militia, of the Stale of Pennsylvania. 

Captain. 

Elijah Weed. 

Lieutenant. 

William Sm nil wood. 

Ensign. 

Joseph RuBh. 

Sergennta. 

NatbaAiel Waters, app. August 10, 1780. 

William Radiger, app. August 10, 17m ; on guard. 

Anthony Vaoderslice, app. August 10, 1780. 
Uorpomls. 

Heni7 Bpangler, app. August 10, 1780. 

Jobn Allen, app. August 10, 1760. 

John Ash, app. August 10, 17S0; on guard. 
Drummer and Fifer. 

Henry Yager, app. August 10, 1T80. 

Uarks Young, app. August 10, ITHO. 
Prteofea. 

Urop. Donohue, Angnst 10, 1780. 

William Dinges, August 10, 1780. 

William Stote, August 10, 1780. 

George Geppart, August 10, 1780. 

Henry Peter, August 10, 17S0. 

Samuel Ritman, August 10, 1780. 

Jacob Sperk, August 10, 1760. 

Adam Stote, August 10, 1780; on guard. 

Christian Kunkle, August 10, 1780. 

George Young, August 10, 1760. 

Edward Deal, August 10, 1780. 

John Mayers, August 10, 1760; on guard. 

Feter Man, August 10, 1780 ; on guard. 

Feter Meloney, August 10, 1780 ; on guard. 

Feter Miller, August 10, 1760 ; on guard. 

Peter Noneler, August 10, 1780. 

Jobn Quandli, August 10,1760; on guard. 



702 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Jacob Sugar, Aufniot 10, 1760 ; on guard. 

Michael Ulan ken hon, August 10, ITHO. 

Peter Sailor, August lU, 17S0. 

George Kline, August 10, ITSO, 

Lewis Stutz, August 10, 1780. 

Conrad Kippart, August 10, 17S0. 

Frederick Jeremlali, substitute, not registered. 

Jaeob Bister, August 10, 17MI. 

Henrf Ilavlclf, August 10, 1780. 

Andrew Lapii. August 10, 1780; on command. 

Hugli McCuuel, August 10, 1780. 

John Deal, August 10. 1780. 

John Cobourn, August 10, 1780; on guard. 

Francis Bownr, August 10, 1780. 

John Jacobs, August 10, 1780. 

Daniel ShHrji, August 10, 1780. 

Jolin Gumme, August 10, 1780. 

Daniel Wlai, August 10, 1780. 

Adam I!eci{. August 10. 1780. 

Teter Powd, August 10, 1760. 

John Hise, August 10, 1780. 

James Kelley, August 10, 1780. 

George Will, August 10, 1780. 

Ifenjumin Jones, August 10, 17N0. 

John Hniwn. quarter master sergeant, August 10, 1780. 

James MHytrs, clerk, August 10. 1780. 

Mathiaa I^niiire, August 10, 1780; on duty. 

August 31. 1780. Mustered then Captain Elijah Weed's com- 
pany, as s|H.-ciIied In tbe atmve roll. 

Sam'. Stbrett, M. M. P. M. 



CAPTAIN JOHN McCALLA'S COMPANY. 

MusUrmllof Citptain John McCalln'a aimpttn!/,of Hit Seoond Rtgi- 
ment of Fuot, in the service of Ihe United Stairs, commanded 6y Col- 
onel Benjavtin 0. Eyre, '■/ the Second, Third, and Fourth cloMtiof 
Philadelphia Milkia, of the Stale of Pennsylvania, AuguHSl, 1780. 
Captain. 
John McCalla, com. August 10, 1780 ; absent with consent of tbe 
colonel. 

Lieutenant, 
a, August 10, 1760. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 

Ensign. 
Robert Ralston , com. August 10, 1780. 

Sergeants. 
Jotm Keen, app. August 10, 1780. 
Jolin Suuligliter, app. August 10, 1780 ; guard. 
Joseph Hall, app. August 10, 1780. 

Corporals. 
Gabriel Keen, app. August 10, 1760; guard. 
William Fletcher, app. August 10, 1780. 
Petec Vanorden, app. August 10, 1780. 

Drummer and Fiftr. 
William Pollard, app. August 10, 1780; guard. 

Privilta. 
John Donaugby, August 10, 1780; guard. 
William Johnston, August 10, 1780; guard. 
Henry Myers, August 10, 1780; guard. 
Peter Myers, August 10, 17S0 ; guard. 
Natlian Fallowell, August 10, 1780; guard. 
Jolin CoUes, August 10, 1780; guard. 
Peter llowland, August 10, 1780. 
Abralijim Pierce, August 10, 1780. 
Thomas Dickson, August 10, 1780. 
Thomas Power, August 10, 1780. 
George Giinip, August 10, 1780. 
James Mahan, August 10, 1780. 
Garnet Hughes, August 10, 1780. 
George Till, August 10, 1780. 

Alexander McCook, August 10, 1780 ; sick, present. 
Paul Power, August 10, 1780. 

David Clark, August 10, 1780 ; on commaDd and a substitute. 
John Fisher. August 10, 1760. 
Rowland Pritchard, August 10. 1780. 
Angus McFarlan, August 10. 1780. 
Hugh Kearney, August 10, 1780. 
John Dugan, August 10, 1780. 
John Loughen, August 10, 1780., 
Richard Cole, August 10, 1780. 
John Robson, August 10, 1780. 
JohB Forster, August 10, 1780. 
William Harper, August 10, 1780. 
Charles Rigging, August 10, 1780. 
Matthias Spear, August 10, 1780 ; guard. 
Thomas Pugh, August 10, 1780. 



704 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

John McNillean, August 10,1760; disctatiTKed 80th inst. bf Oulonel 

Eyre. 
Robert UcCrea, August 10, 1780. 
Phillip Winnemore, August 10, 1780. 
Henry Horn, August 10, 1780. 
Henry Demler, August 10, 1780. 

August 81, 1780. Mustered then Captain John McCalla's com- 
pany, u vpeclfied In the above roll. 

Sam'. Stebett, M. M. P. M. 



CAPTAIN JOHN KLING'S COMPANY. 

MusUr roll of Cajitain John Kling't armpany, of the Second Begi- 
mciit of Foot, ill the geroice of the United Stale*, eomtmatded bg 
Colonel Benjamin Eyre, of the tieeond, Hiird, and Fourth da»tei 
of Philadelphia Militia, of the State of Pennsylvania, Aiujuit SI, 
1780. 

Captain. 



Lieutenant. 
Entign, 



John Kting. 
George A. Baker. 

John Leech. 

Sergeanlt. 
('onrad Rohrman, seriifeant major. 
John Itanibright, upp. August 10, 1780. 
Jacob Dice, app. August 10, 1780. 
G«orge Nunnemaker, app. August 10, 1780; on ga 
Jacob Ox, app. August 10, 1780. 

Corporiila. 
■lames MansDeld, app. August 10, 1780. 
John Dietz, app. August 10, 1780 ; subatitute. 
George Dice, app. August 10, 1780; on furlougli. 

Drummer and Flfer. 
William Peal, drum major, August 10, I7flO. 
.lohn Just Kliug, app. August 10, 1780. 
John Schuck, app. August 10, ITSO. 

PrittlM. 
Chrlatopher Miller, August 10, 1780. 
8fUs Riffet, August 10, 1780. 



AND MII.ITIA Ot TUE REVOLUTION. 705 

George Meerviiie, August 10, 1780. 

Qeorge Walter. August 10, 1780. 

Henry Shuttz. August 10, 1T80. 

Peter Felbaucli, August 10, 1780. 

Aotoney Mute, AuRust 10, 1780; on (tuard. 

Christian Ilenrv, August 10, 1760 ; on guard. 

Jacob Yeake!, August 10, 1780. 

William Troutwiue, August 10, 1T80 ; on guard. 

George Sturmfels, August 10, 1780 ; substitute ; on guard. 

John Creamer, August 10, 1780. 

Henry Williams, August 10, 1780. 

Baltzer Reel, August 10, 1780. 

Francis I..a9l)er, August 10, 1760. 

George Stioeko, August 10, 1780. 

George Shank, August 10, 1760. 

Martin Tlensel, August 10, 1780. 

Mathiasijumers, AuguBt.lO, 17^0. 

Casper Felbaucb, August 10, 17^0. 

Tiiomas McMahon, August 10, 1780. 

Uliristian Freelick, August 10, 1780. 

WiUiam Heft, August 10, 1780. 

JoliQ Able, August 10, 1760. 

Philip Tanner, August 10, 1780. 

Lewis Painter, August 13, 1780 ; substitute ; on command. 

John Riedy, August 10, 1780. 

August 31,1780. Mustered then Captain John Kling's company, 
as specified in tlie above roll. 

Sam'. Stbbbtt, M. M. P. M. 



CAPTAIN JOHN HEWSON'S COMPANY. 

Musttr roll of Captuin John Hewaon's company, o/* the Second Regi- 
ment of Foot, in the aervvx of the United dlalei, commanded by 
Colonel -Benjnmin 6. Byre, of the Second, Ihtrd, and Fourth 
elasaea oj the city of Philadeltikia Militia, of the State of Pentityl- 
vania, August SI, 1780. 

Uaptain. 
John Bewson. 

Lieutenant. 
Daniel Bolman. 



ChrlBtopher Miller. 
45-VoL. XIIL 



706 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Sergeanls. 
GrortteDuitl], app. August 10, 1780. 
Chriatiaii SlieetB, upp. August 10. 1780. 
Mark Winter, app. August 10, 1780. 

CoTpwatt. 
Jacob Shepherd, app. August 10, 1780 ; substitute. 
Christian Fauns, app. August 10, 1780; sick. 
Chriatian Greluev, app. August 10, 1780. 

Drumnicr and Fiftr. 
George Teis, app. August 10, 1780 ; substitute. 
Daniel Bolman, Jr., tii>p. August 10, 1780. 

Pricuttt. 
James Bowden, August 10, 1780. 
Jacob Deidamaii, August 10, 1780. 
-Miermel Voubst, August 10. 1780. 
Siimuel Brown, August 10, 17!-0. 
Vnleiitiiie ijorrick, August 10, 1780. 
Joliu Millia, August 10, 1780. 
Nicolas I'ninter, August 10, 1780. 
Jotriithau Paul, August 10, I7H0. 
Daniel Sorrick, August 10, 1780. 
William IIiirriBon, August 10, 1780. 
John Lufliurrow, August 10. 1T80. 
Philip Gusser, August 10, 1TM) ; on guard. 
Jacob Painter, August 10, 17R0; sbk. 
Jacob Weaver, August 10, 1780: on guard. 
Michael Milteubeiser, August 10, 17W). 
Ijeoniird Agua, August 10, 1780; uu command. 
Ilein-y Dartiol, August 10, I7SI. 

Coiirud Baker, August 10, 1780; substitute, not registered. 
Matthias Pote, August 10, 1780. 
Leonard Buck, August 10, 1780; on guard. 
Michael lt<>i>k, August 10, 1780. 
Adam Hoffman, August 10, 1780. 
John Fislier, August 10. 1780; on guard. 
William Keen, August 10, 1780: on guai-d. 
Frederick Keslcr, August 10, 1780 ; uu guard. 
Andrew Way, August 10, 1780 ; on guard. 
.John Flowers. August 10, 1780. 
James Humplireyp, August 10, 1780. 
George Painter. August 10. 1780. 
Francis Crosby, August 10, 17,s«. 
William Gwinnp. August 10, 17S0. 
Elias Fisher, August 10, 1780; on guard. 



AND MILITIA OF THE IIEVOLUTIUX. 707 

George UiirliuKer. August 10, 178U. 

Charles Edwurda, August It), 1780 ; substitute, not leistered. 

Thomas Vauglian, August ID, 1780. 

jMCob RUfirt, August 10, 1780. 

Edward Green, August 10, 1T80. 

George Streiper, August 10, 1780. 

Michael Baker, August 10, 1780. 

August 31, 1780. Mustered then CaptaiD John Henson's coni- 
pauf, as specilied in the above roll. 

Sam'. Sterett, M. M. P. M. 



CAPTAIN JOHN FLINN'S COMPANY. 

Miater roll of Captain John Flinn^s company, of tke Second Regi- 
ment of Foot, in the seroice of the United Stateg, commanded by 
Colonel Benjamin Eyre, of the ^Second cfoss of Phtiadelpkia City 
Milttia, of the Slate of Pennsylvania. 
Cajjtain. 
Jolin Flinn. 

LietUenanl. 
Samuel Mobs. 

Ensign. 
Frederick Merker. 

Sergeants. 
John Maggs, app. August 10, 1780. 
Tliomas Simson. app. August 10, 1780. 
George Green, app. August 10, 1780. 

Corporal. 
Michael Pepper, app. August 10, 1780 ; deserted August 20. 

Drummer and Fifer. 
Michael Pepper, Jr., app, August 10; deserted August 20. 
Peter Conn, app. August 21, 1780. 

Privatet. 
Hugh McKahan, August 10, 1780. 
Alexander McKibbiu, August 10, 1780. 
Michael Grimes, August 10, )7E0 ; absent, oq furlough, 
.lames Welsh, August 10, 1780. 
Joseph Welcome, August 10, 1760; guard. 
John Smith, August 10, 1760. 



708 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Tliomas Wilkie, August 10, 1780. 

Williftm Jeukins, August 10, 1T60. 

Stepheo CliampuiKii, August 10, 1780. 

James Bre<lon, August 10. 1780. 

Samuel Sterret, musler master, app. 26th mat. 

John Farren, August 10, 1760. 

John Niel, August 10, 1780; deserted. 

Mathew Truey, August 10, 1780; deserted. 

Isaac Venast, August 10, t7TU; deserted. 

John Cope, August 10, 1780; deserted. , 

Michael Cramer, August 10, 17W. 

Jacob .Soch, August 10, 17S0. 

Henry Dodds, August 10, 1780. 

John Wilkius, August 10. 1780. 

Melker Lealer, August 10, 1780. 

Lawrence Vance. August 10, 17S0; deserted. 

Thomas Thomson, August 10, 1780. 

Michael McGanuon, August 10, 1780. 

Charles Young, August 10. 1780; quarter masterG.,app. 10th inat. 

Isaac Bristol, August 10, 1780. 

Leonard White, August 10, 1780: butcher-, on command. 

James McDonough, August 10, 1780. 

John Hoover, August 10, 1780. 

Nicholas Horsback, August 10, 1780; on command. 

Anthony Hains, August 10, 1T80. 

Stephen Cronin, August 10, 1780 ; clerk to the quarter master ; on 

duty. 
David Thomson, August 10, 1780. 
William Glisson, August 10, 1780 ; clerk to the company ; absent, 

on furlough. 
Archibald Burns, August 10, 1780. 

August 31 , 1780. Mustered then Captain John Flinn's company, 
as specified in the above roll. 

Sam'. Sterett, M. M. P. 3f. 



CAPTAIN JOHN DAVIS' COMPANY. 

Mutter roll of Captain John Dana' ernnpanij, of Iht Second Regiment 
of Fiiot, rn itie «errtce of the t'niled Suites, ennimtiadal by Oolonel 
Benjumm (f. Ei/re, of (Ac Second, Thtrd, and Fourth clusaet, of 
Philadelphia (Ma Militia, of tkt Slate of Puiusylcania, Aagnt 
31, 1780. , 

CapUiin. 



AND MILITIA OF THE HEVOLU*riON. 709 

Lieutenant. 

David Teav, Absent by permissiOD. 

Ensign. 

John Potli. 

SergeaJita. 

jHcob Kninner, app. August 10, 1760. 

Henry Frick, app. August 10, 17110. 

Henry Kurtz, app. August 10, 1780; substitute, not registered. 
Corporal*. 

Bastian Hyler, app. August 10, 1780. 

Jocob Valentine, app. August 10. 1780. 

Nick. Seudrlig, app. August lU, 178U. 

Drummer and Fifer. 

William Young, app. August 10, 1780; substitute not registered. 

JoLn Dennis, app. August 10, 1780 ; substitute not registered. 
PritKitet. 

■Tolin Caldwell, August 10, 1780. 

Ilodger Flahvan, August 10, 1780. 

Joliu Hynkie, August 10, 1780. , 

■lolin Fox, AuEUSt 10, 1780 ; ou command ; substitute. 

.lolm Deer, August 10, 1780. 

William Fox, August 10, 1780; on guard. 

Stewart Cately, August 10, 1780; on guard. 

Jolin l.awdou, August 10, 1780; on guard. 

Daniei (Jowmaii, August 10, 1780; on guard. 

John Slougter, August 10, 1780. 

John Crurke, August 10, 1780. 

Andrew Fritz. August 10, 1780. 

Michael Camber, August 10. 1780. 

Joseph Boehm, August 10, 1780. 

George Sitz, August 10, 1780. 

George Sink. August 10, 1780; substitute. 

WiUiam Skeber, August 10, 1780. 

Bartholomew Gray, August 10, 1780. 

Adam Wits, August 10. 1780. 

Andrew Hane, August 10. 1780. 

John Brafe— ue, August 10, 1780 ; furlough ; substitute, not regis- 
tered. 

James Carter, August 10, 1780. 

Michael Fame. August 10, 1780 ; clerk ; substitute, not registered. 
August 31, 1780. Mustered then Captain John Davis' company, 
u specified In the above roll. 

Sam'. Stbbbtt, M. M. P. M. j 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



COL. JEHU EYRE'S BATTALION. 

CAPTAIN JOHN McGINLEY'S COMPANY. 

A mualtr roll of Ike Fint company of Philadelphia Militia ArtiUeri 
commanded by Colonel Jehu Eyre. 

John McGinley, com. April 3S, 17T0. 

Captain Lieutenanl. 
William Thorn, com. August 2S, 1779. 

Firtt Lieutenant. 
William Robinson, com. April 26, 1T79. 

Second LieuUnant. 
Samuel Powell, com. April 25, 1779. 

Sergeants. 
John Bobbins, app. April 25, 1779. 
Thomas Mitchell, app. April, 25, 1779. 
William Clayton, app. April 25, 1779. 
Samuel Johnson, app. April 2.5, 1779. 

Coriioralt. 
.Toseph Carmalt, app. April 25, 1779. 
John Hewes, app. April 25, 1779. 
ConrAd Ort, app. April 25, 1779. 
John Grebel, app. April 25, 1779. 

Drummer and Fifer. 
John Graham, app. April 25, 1779. 
John Waldnake, app. April 25, 1779. 

Conductor. 
Joseph Fry, April 25, 1779. 

Clerk. 
Joseph Govett, April 25, 1779. 

BombaTdien. 
Samuel Stem, April 25, 1779. 
George Hess, April 25, 1779. 
Henrf Bartleson, April 25, 1770. 
Edward RIfiBtthS, April 25, 1779. 

laHoAUen, April 2S, 1779. 

" " h April 26, 1779. 



AND Mli-ITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 711 

Gunners, 

Patrick Chraighead, April 26, 1779. 
Jacob Kinnard, April 25, 1779. 
Jacob Criver, April 25, 1779. 
John Knight, April 25, 1779. 
John Halfline, April 25, 1779. 
Godfrey Swing, April 25, 1779. 

Matrosses, 

Jacob Baldwin, April 25, 1779. 
John Dugan, April 25, 1779. 
Samuel Derborow, April 25, 1779. 
Jonathan Smith, April 25, 1779. 
George Tell, April 25, 1779. 
George Felker, April 25, 1779. 
Thomas Morris, April 25, 1779. 
Morris Worril, April 25, 1779. 
Jacob Storts, April 25, 1779. 
David Dickinson, April 25, 1779. 
Peator Crape. April 25, 1779. 
Charles Knight, April 25, 1779. 
Dedrick Monsiuss, April 25, 1778. ' 

Griffith Griffith, April 25, 1779. 
Archibald Stuart, April 25, 1779. 
Christian Fess, April 25, 1779. 
John Souder, April 25, 1779. 
Phillip Hallan, April 25, 1779. 
Alexander Boyd, April 25, 1779. 
John Dean, April 25, 1779. 
Andrew Walker, April 25, 1779. 
Jacob Crisman, April 25, 1779. 
William Camp, April 25, 1779. 
John Cook, April 25, 1779. 
Adam Lynn, April 25, 1779. 
Conrad Pedgeon, April 25, 1779. 
Josiah Cohoon, April 25, 1779. 
Thomas Griffiths, deserted May 16. 

Philadelphia, June 28'»', 1779. Mustered then Captain John Mc- 
Ginley's company, as'specilied within. 

LoD*. Sprogell, M. M. Q, of P. 



ASSOCrATED BATTALIONS 



CAPTAIN JAMES LANG'S COMPANY. 

XusUr roll of Captain Janita Lany's companv, of tht I'ennaytnmu 
Baltalioii of ATlillery Militia, cnmmandtd by Colonel JeAu Bjfre, 
for a tour of duty dont at Mud Itland, commencing the tSi Jitne. 
ending the tSd August, 1779, both dayn invaded, beiri" two monPu 
ami one day. 

Otptain. 
James Lang, com. June 19, 17Tt>; No. 4. 

Captain lAtuie^unt. 
Edwurd JKmes, com. August 25, 1T77 ; No. 4. 

First Lieutenant. 
Jeremiah Fialier, com. June 19, 17T9 ; No. 4. 

Second lieutenant. 
Abraham Hargis, com. June 19, 1779: No. 4; sick, abeent. 

Clerk and Conductor. 
Tiiomas L. Swyler. 

Sfrgeanls. 
.Tames Mathers. 
William Moore. 
Joseph Evans. 
Adam Alexander. 

(Jorporalt. 
Michael Ryan. 
John McComb. 
Geonne Sliead. 
Huf[h McCormick. 



DritmriKT and Fifer. 



John Graliam, pro tern. 
Jolin Waldrake, pro ttm. 



John Palmer. 
William Milnor, sick. 
Alexander GutherfoTd. 
Van dike. 

Robert McGee. 
WiUiamsoD Tolbert. 
ADdrewBoyd. 
SMB uel Coiry. 

Tbomu. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 713 

MatroEses. 
Francis Bayley. 
Thomas Hale. 
Lancelot Glanvile. 
James Armstronp^. 
Thomas Fisher. 
James McDoniiald. 
Christian Beakley. 
Thomas Dwyer. 
Greorge Fisher. 
John Tittermary, Jr., sick* 
Joseph Few, sick. 
John Harrison, sick. 
John Jordan. 
William Litle. 
Nicholas Stimbler. 
Joseph Fanniug. 
George McCall. 
John Bowen. 
John Farrel. 

James Mutcb, sick, absent. 
Isaac Cannon, refused to turn out. 
Hugh McClenaghan, gone to sea. 
Nathaniel Hutten, refused. 
John Patterson, on public service. 
James Tybout, refused. 
Joseph Defrize, absent at sea. 

August 22^, 1779. Mustered then Captain Lang's company, as 

specified in the above roll. 

Lod". Sprooell, M. M hf. at P, 



CAPTAIN PETER BROWN'S COMPANY. 



A muster roll of Captain Ptter Brown^a company^ in Colonel Jehu 
Eyre"* 8 Heyiment of Philadelphia Militia Artillery^ on duty at BHU 
ingsport, in the service of the United States, from Monday, June 
tist, to Saturday, Slst August, 1779, 

Captain. 
Peter Brown, com. June 21, 1779. 

Captain Lieutenani, 
WiUiam McMickle, com. June 21, 1779. 




714 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Fint Lieulenunt. 
John Ogboume, com. June 21, 1779. 

Stcoiid Lieutenant. 
John Westcott, com. June 21, 1779. 

Conductor. 
Jamea Neville, app. June 21, 1779. 

' Clerk. 
Archibald Stewart, app. June 21, 1779. 

Sergeants. 
John Happ, app. June 21, 1779; sick from Julj 20. 
Thomas Fletcher, app. June 21, 1779. 
William AUexttnder, app. June 21, 1779. 
Bernard Cantler, app. June 21, 1779. 

Quarler Master Sergeant. 
Benjamin Schyock, app. June 21, 1779. 



Joseph Rush, app. June 21, 1779. 

Matrostu. 
Samuel Urown, June 21, 1779. 
John Wilson, June 21, 1779. 
John Wright, June :;i. 1779. 
Joseph Itiflards, June 21, 1779. 
Thomas Mitcliell. June 21, 1779. 
Tliomas Brown, June 21, 177B. 
Jacoh Schkaser, June 21, 1779. 
Cliurles Allexander, June 21, 1779. 
I'eter Rambo, June 21, 1779. 

Christopher Scott, June 21. 1779; sick from August .1 
Casiwr Fritz, June 21, 1779. 
I'liilip Weyell, June 21, 1779. 
IMniel Wi^more, Sr., June 21. 1779. 
Michael Baker, June 21. 1779. 
Adam Baker. June 21, 1779, 
Adam Clandenen, June 21, 1779. 
Ji>hn Osboiirne, June 21, 1779. 

.loseph M^nslield, June 21, 1779; for William Coats. 
William Smallwoo<l, June 21, 1779. 
Jacob Strembeck, June 21. 1779. 
Thomas Farren, June 21, 1779. 
James West, June 21, 1779. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 713 

John Davidson, June 21, 1779. 

Alexander Boyle, June 21, 1770 ; sick from July 20. 

Samuel Barnes, June 21. 1779. 

William Bice, June 21, 1779. 

Jncob Coorabes, July 14, 1T79 ; joined tlie company July 14. 

William Knox, July 14, 1779. 

ClirJstian Overstay, July 14, 1779. 

Mathew Rieman, July 14, 1779. 

Samuel Crispin, July 14, 1779. 

Andrew Fry, July 14, 1779. 

Joseph Robinett, Jul 14, 1779. 

Samuel Miles, July, 14, 1779. 

Christian Bush, July 14, 1T79. 

Christopher Painter, June 21,1779; acted as sergeant ; allovedcor 

ponil's pay. 
Jacob Handsliaw, June 21, 1779 ; acted as Bai'ge Crew. 
Jolm Regoe, June 21, 1779; acted us Banie Crew. 
Jacob Byderman, June 21, 1779 ; acted as Barge Crew. 
George Streaton, June 21, 1779; acted aa Barge Crew. 
Daniel Wigmoie, Jr., waiter, June 21, 1779, 

August 23', 1779. Mustered then Captian Peter Brown's com 
pauy, as specified within. 

LoD*. Sproobll, U. M. O. of P. 



CAPTAIN JOHN McCULLOCH'S COMPANY. 

A muster roll of Captain John McCullotA's compang of Artiliers 
Philadelphia Milititi, commanded by Jehu Eyre, Egq.,, Colonel 
First draught. 

Captain. 
John McCulloch, Esq., com. April 27, 1779. 
Captain Lieutenant. 
John Connelley, com. April 27, 1779 ; a prisoner on parole. 

First Lieutenant. 
Samuel Goodman, com. April 27, 1779. 

SeiMnd Lieutenant and Quarter Master, 
Samuel Scott, com. April 27, 1779. 

Lieutenant Fire-aorker. 
Mathew Shaw, com. April 27, 1779. 



7W ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

SergtajiU. 
Samuel Gfffen, app. April 27, 1TT9. 
William Good, app. April 27, 1779. 
Patrick Coimelle;, app. April 27, 1779. 

Corporali. 
Joseph Fox, app. April 27, 1779. 
Andrew Clark, app. April 27, 1779. 
Samuel Good, app. April 27, 1779. 
Thomas Fox, app. April 27, 1779. 

DrwnnitT and Fifer 
Joseph Cather, app. April 27, 1779. 
BenjamlD McEUroj, app. April 27, 1T79. 

Bombardien. 
Bobert LoaK, April 27. 1779. 
Richard Biddle, April 27, 1779. 
James Hare, April 27, 1779. 
John McClure, April 27, 1779. 
Jamea McGiU, April 27, 1779. 
Israel Ball, April 27, 1779. 

Ounners. 
Benjamin Tatty, April 27, 1779, 
Mibsum Karr, April 27, 1779. 
Daniel Beckly, April 27, 1779. 
Joseph Gibbs, April 27, 1779. 
Lewis Burn, April 27, 1779. 
Robert Todd, April 27, 1779. 

Malrosia. 
John Stewart, April 27, 1779. 
George Clyne, April 27, 1779. 
Christian Keen, April 27, 1779. 
Ijiwrence Ford, April 27, 1779. 
James Farmer, April 27, 1779. 
Patrick McOinnes, April £7. 1779. 
William Faries, April 27, 1779. 
Christoplier Smith, April 27, 1779. 
Niclfolas Uesaeminger, April 27, 1779. 
Kiniel Bureall, April 27, 1779. 
Michael Butler, April 27, 1779. 
WiUiam Thomson, April 27, 1779. 
James Bell, April 27, 1779. 
Jubn Budolph, April 27, 1779. 
William StuU, April 27, 1779. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 717 

George McKeigb, April 27, 1779. 
William Kirkpatrick, April 27, 1779. 
Richatd Guy, April 27, 1779. 
Joseph Greenway, April 27, 1779. 
John Cowen, April 27, 1779. 
William Martin, April 27, 1779. 
Charles Godfred, April 27, 1779. 
Simon Mitcbel, April 27, 1779. 
James Perry, April 27, 1779. 
John Meyer, April 27, 1777. ' 

Samuel Burtloe, April 27, 1779. 
Goodman McClanighan, April 27, 1779. 
Mecajah Hollingshead, April 27, 1779. 
John Allen, April 27, 1779. 
James Young, April 27, 1779. 

Philadelphia, June 28^^, 1779. Mustered then Captain John Mc- 
culloch's company, as specified aboye. 

Lod''. Spbogell, M, M. G. of P. 



CAPTAIN ANDREW SUMMERS' COMPANY. 



Mustei' roll of Captain Andrew Summers^ Ftfih conipantf of Artillery^ 
Philadelphia Militia^ in the service of the United States^ citninianded 
by Colonel Jehu Eyre. 

Thomas Stapleton, Q^ Master of battalion & conductor of y* com- 
pany. 

Captain. 

Andrew Summers, com. August 13, 1779. 

Captain lAeutenant. 
Creslib Bartling, com. August 13, 1779; absent with leave. 

First Lieutenant. 
Jacob Myers, com. August 13, 1779, sta£F. 

Second Lieutenant, 
Balser Steinford, com. August 13, 1779. 

Qergeants. 

Christian Donicher, app. August 13, 1779. 
Jacob G ruble, app. August 13, 1779. 
Adam Yager, app. August 18, 1779. 
Peter Small wood, app. August 13, 1779. 
Joseph Crispin, clerk, app. August 18, 1779. 




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AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



719 



John Overly, August 13, 1779. 

Nicholas Miller, August 13, 1779. 

William Shadaker, August 13, 1779. 

Henry Hessler, August 13, 1779. 

Jacob Waltei-s, August 13, 1779; sick, absent. 

John Snider, August 13, 1779. 

Joseph Skenitt, August 13, 1779. 

Lawrence Myer, August 13, 1779. 

John Gray, August 13, 1779. 

John Alexander, August 13, 1779. 

James Ford, August 13, 1779. 

Billingsport and Fort Mifflin, October 18»\ 1779. i^ustered then 
Captain Andrew Summers' company, as specified above. ^ 

Lod". Sprooell, M, M. O. of P. 



PHILADELPHIA COUNTY MILITIA. 



FIRST BATTALION. 



[The rolls of militia which follow are incomplete so far as relates 
to the first, second, and third companies. We have only a remnant 
of one of these.] 

FIRST COMPANY. 



First class, 

Joseph Williams. 
John Rambo. 
Ezekiel Rambo. 
Philip Rees, Jr. 

Si cond d(jtS8. 

Abraham Rambo. 

JF*ourih class, 

William Stewart. 
Francis Edwards. 
Griffith Powell. 



Vaptain, 
Amos Sturges. 



Maunce Rowland. 
Benjamin Rambo. 
Leonard Spade. 



Abraham Thomas. 
Abraham Priest. 
Benjamin Ramsey, Jr. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 
FOURTH COMPANY. 





cv«"'- 




Stephen Bloom. 


First cloM. 




Jacob Wliismaa. 


Samuel Wheeler. 


13enj)tmi]i Harry. 


Helchoir Kreble. 


Rees Hoberts. 




Stcond class. 




CliristiHn Stump. 


Jacob Smith. 


Abram Wolford. 


Martin Baker- 


Caleb FoQlko. 


William Sluter. 


John ErwiD. 




Tliird clias. 




Humphrey Hughs. 


Job Lukena. 


Matthias Itnor. 


Barney Beaver. 


Christian Dilcart. 


Abram Danebower. 


Hush Evans. 


Peter Hoofman. 


Joljn Dilcart. 


Thomas Deasey. 


Ihurth class. 




Jacob Weont. 


Amos Griffith. 


Samuel Uastner. 


I.<evi .Jenkins. 




Jesse Jenkins. 


Jacob Brown. 


John Johnson. 


William Williams. 


Jacob Johnson. 


Jacob Heisler. 


Amos Albreth. 


Philip StillwaKon. 




Fiflh cinss. 




Jacob Deleart. 


Thomas Shoemaker. 


Joseph Griffith. 


William Mares. 


Daniel Hoofraan. 




Hixlh class. 




John Williams. 


Evan Jones. 


George Lurtz. 


Daniel Friae. 


Abraham Hoofman. 


William Lowrey. 


George Hoberta. 


Jacob Hoot. 


ikventh class. 




IMHC Hubb. 


Ohrlstoi^er Snyder. 


GMrgeHiBta. 


Alexander Scoot. 


Ktghth elati. 




bMPX««U. 


Reea Harry. 


ha^HHM||te^^ 


Henry Enlpe. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



FIFTH COMPANV. 



Captain. 
David Marpole. 



First daas. 

Seth Quie. 

Jacob WriRht. 

Benjamin Such. 

William Kneedler. 
Second class. 

Archibald McClean. 

WilliHtn Shute. 

WiUiatn Mullen. 

Joho KIndekine. 

Robert ArniBtrong. 

William Jamison. 
Third class. 

Isaac Perry. 

Samuel Man. 

John C'onnard. 

Philip Subimera. 

George Brown. 
Fourth class . 

Lewis Wool man. 

Seneca Lukens. 

William McUIean. 

David Lukens. 

Evan Roberts. 
Mflh class, 

David Davis. 

Samuel McNeer. 

Joseph Ships. 

John Ewers. 

John Bright. 

Mordecai Holt. 

Jonathan Lukens. 

Thomas Barnes. 
BiathcUus. 

Bobert Lukens. 

John Maipob. 

WUliam Barnes. 
4»-VoL. XHI. 



John Swetzer. 
Stephen Murry. 
Thomas Holt. 



John Lloyd. 
John Griffith. 
Isaac Walton. 
Richard Wbitecomb. 
John Clayton. 



Benjamin Wbit«. 
Thomas Nixon. 
Thomas Palmer. 
William Jerrett. 
James Uoggens. 

Joseph Barnes. 
William Burk. 
James Bad field. 
Matthew Hague. 
William Simpson. 

John Hallo well. 
Christian Christln. 
David Ackley. 
Able Fetch water. 
James Radlifl. 
Bobert Parks. 
Isaac Lukens. 



John Cadwalader. 
Peter Lukens. 
John Adams. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Samuel Conrad. 
John tjimpaon. 
Joseph Williams. 
Ben jam i I r Keoderki ne. 
Tliomas Lukens. 
Thomas Barnes. 

Utitnth class. 
James Dunn. 
Thomas Hallo well. 
Joseph Slaughter. 
Samuel Dehaven. 
Charles Rubercam. 
BenjamiD Cadwalader. 

Kighlh clast. 

Nathan Lukena. 
Charles Ittdell. 
Robert Iredell. 
Atkinson Hughs. 
Enoch Arinitage. 
Jabes White. 
Dennis Conrad. 



Abraham Dehaven. 
Charles Mullen. 
John West. 
Joseph Dance. 

Badcliff. 

Juleon Bright. 



Hugh Llo;d. 
William Morgan. 
Abraham Bond. 
John Collen. 
Edward Walton. 



Jesse Holt. 

John Nash. 

John Cadwalnder, Jr. 

Joseph Fetherby. 

James Paul. 

Daniel Lukens. 



SIXTH COMPANY. 





Captain. 
John Shelmire. 


First cinss. 




Edward Roberts. 
Philip Huret. 


John Evans, Ji 
Thomas Davis. 


Second class. 




Conrad Gearhart«. 
George Fleck. 
William Gattery. 
Jacob Troxel. 


John Week. 
James Major. 
Henry Setzer. 
George Sperey. 


Third class. 




John Smith. 
GmneSbelmire. 


Adam Flick. 
Charles Bason. 
Jacob Spery. 



AND MILITIA OP THE REVOLUTION. 



Fburth clans. 

Ezekiel Cleaver, Sr. 
Hugh Foulke. 
JosliiiB Foulke. 
Levi Foulke. 
Samuel Siddens. 

Fiflk cUm. 

Ezekiel Cleavef , Jr. 

Daniel Morgan. 

William Stemple. 
Sixth class. 

Garrelt Clemence. 

Jolin Everhart. 

George Week. 

Benjamin Gregory. 
Seventh class. 

Barnett Gearhart. 

John Sidons. 

Conrad Clime. 

George Ganger. 

John Singer. 
Eighth class. 

Jacob Idle. 

John Selsor. 



Jesse Foulke. 
Christian DulL 
Evan Roberts. 
JosepI) Briggs. 
John Uartiu. 



Nicholas Lentz. 
John Snyder. 
Samuel Briggs. 
John Kessler. 

Francis Whitman. 
Jonathan Coggans. 

Henry Smith. 
John Evans, Sr. 



First class. 

Isaac Mathers. 

Henry Engart. 

John Hallo well. 
Second class. 

.Toseph Lnkens. 

Edward Hopton. 

John Kerback. 

ThiTd class. 

George Shillinger. 
George Amen. 
Lewis Evans. 



SEVENTH COMPANY. 

Captain. 
Joseph McCkkue. 

Isaac Williama. 
Jacob Shubert. 
John Jerrett. 



John Egbert. 
Samuel Morris. 



William Jones. 
John Hocker. 
Jesae Gilbert. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIUN8 



Faurth cIoM. 




Owen Morris. 


Joseph Junn. 




Martin Ferlnger. 


Joaeph Wood. 


Jacob Matthews. 


iihiiQuel McCool. 




Fifth class. 




David White. 


Henry Ferlnger. 


Tboinas Lancaater, Jr. 


Robert Cain. 


Thomas LaQcastoc, Sr. 


Jacob Hook. 


iSamuel Dean. 


Archibald DeiTlck. 


mxtheloM. 




Andrew MiUer. 


George Oncle. 




Josiah Dickinson. 


FeterDegor. 


Frederick Uitner. 


Steenth cJom. 




Jacob Degar. 


Morris Manlsby. 


Albright Houser. 


William Fitsgenld. 


Jacob Acuff. 


Thomas Cox. 


Samuel Williams. 




Eighik elass. 




John Hocher. 


Barn 1 bus Knox. 


Peter Bobeson. 


Lawrence Egbert. 


George Hooker. 


Henry Shitz. 


James White. 


Jacob Cook. 


EIGHTH COMPANY. 




Captain. 




John Man. 


First class. 




Johu Kirk. 


George Fulmore. 


Jonathan Tyson. 


Jeremiah Warder. 


John Spencer. 


Samuel Gardner. 


James Spencer. 


Samuel Spencer. 


Job Lancaster. 


William Reese. 


John Amon. 


George Fisher. 


.Second class. 




Peter Shoemaker. 


Nathan Cleaver. 


John Stam. 


Arthur Broadas. 


Peter Cleaver. 


Daniel Shoemaker. 


Isaac Cleaver. 


Daniel McVaugb. 


Nicholas Bynear. 


Benjamin Walton. 


William Insnrt. 





AND MILITIA OF THE BEVOLUTION. 



Uiird claat. 

Peter lognrt. 
Andrew Ciistner. 
Samuel McUrory. 
Peter Evans. 
Jesse Trump. 
Heni-y Earnlitirt. 

Fourth cliiMi. 

Jacob Honnell. 
Philip InRart. 
John Burk. 
Alexander McDowell. 
John Clayton. 
John Jarrett. 

Fifth dots. 

John Fltz water, 
John Fe ringer. 
Cliristopher Leaser. 
John Whittcomb. 
David Coater. 

Sixth cIcMS. 

.Tolin Robinson. 
John HesUtn. 
John PotU. 
Jesse (.'levaer. 
Amos Lewis. 

SevenOi class. 

Philip Engar, Jr. 
Abraham Trump. 
Isaac Kirk. 
John Via. 
Henry Runner. 
Geoi^ Leamhart- 

Eicjhth class. 

William Huston. 
Joseph Nash. 
David Evans. 
John Enftart. 
George Gray. 
Joseph Cleaver. 
I do hereby certi^ the above to be a just and true retam. 

W. CoATB, ifeHt. a P. 



Benjamin Stem pie. 
Joseph Kemer. 
Isachar Browu. 
Henry Coaler. 
John Carver. 
John Baodle. 



John Trump. 
Peter Cleaver. 
John Uat. 
Daniel Rynear. 
Christian Loasar. 
Jacob Stenart. 



John Becker. 
Christian Herner. 
Jonathan Ttiomas. 
Heury Fisher. 



Abner Lewkens. 
Matthew Fitzwater. 
George Feringer. 
John I^wis. 
Christian Donnell. 



William Homer. 
John Beck man. 
John Lei pa. 
Leonard Lowe. 
James Jones. 



Jonathan Johnson. 
Edward Burk. 
John God lop. 
Jacob Preston. 
Samuel Hallowelt. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



FIFTH BATTALION. 

FIRST COMPANY. 



I%ntelau. 

Balm BlnewBld. 
Abraham Kieable. 
Jacob Kulp. 
Henrr YelUa. 

Second dan. 

Joseph LukinB. 
Arnold Boors. 
Chiifltoplier BiDswald. 



John Yeagle. 
Henry CasBle. 
John SUltoa. 



Jacob Grubb. 
Abmtaam Wampold. 
John Boon. 



Third clots. 

Henry Godwald. Jacob Hendricks. 

John Lukens, son of Abram. William GodBhalk. 
Joseph Smith. Michael Moyer. 

Jacob Smith. Martin Brown. 

Fourth class. 

Owen Hutches. 
David Sipt. 
Garrett Godshalk. 
Jacob Pennybecker. 

Fifth clnss. 

Cbristopber Masters. 
Israel Tennis. 
Frederick Fisher. 
John Lukens. 



Swan Tockin. 
John Hendricks. 
David Speece. 
John Conrad. 



John Shutt. 
Henry Smith. 
John Smith. 
John Edwards. 



Sixth class. 

John Lukens, son of Joseph. Baltis Yeagle. 
Jesse Lukens. William HoflmaD. 

Jacob Fry. David Lukens. 

Benjamin Henriciis. 



AND MILITIA OF THB REVOLUTiOM. 



Stcenlh elatg. 

Godslialk Godsliulk. 
Yellus Cassle. 
P<5ter Godslmlk. 
Peter Boors. 
Abraham Dresher. 

Eighth class. 

Cliristmn Wenver. 
Melclior RiDewald. 
Abraham Andero. 
Gerrett Godshalk. 



John Evans. 
Cadwalader Lukeoa. 
Andrew Miller. 
John Weller. 



Leonard Hendricks. 
Christian Caasle. 
Jacob Hoilman. 



SECOND COMPANV. 



Captain. 
Fiiilip Gable. 



First class. 
Jacob Grofl. 
Valentine I^^ungesser. 

Second class. 

John Nice, Sr. 
.lacob WaRgoner. 
Jacob Kolp. 

Third class. 

Peter Wentz. 
George Slotterer. 
Henry Sti'eaber. 

^nuj't/i clnes. 

Ciiristian Riefl. 
Frederick Budy. 
Henry Groff. 

Fifth class, 

Philip Watt. 
Christian Holtlman. 
Christopher Streaker. 
Klllian Fisher. 



Jacob Kline. 
Georfce Frederick. 



George Nice. 
Jacob Berkey. 
Christian Sheid. 



William Mayberry. 
Fliilip Fisher. 
Peter Campble. 

John Tons. 
Dewald Young. 



Henry Watt, Jr. 
Jacob Geoff, Jr. 
Philip Grim. 



71!8 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



SixAcUut. 

Joseph Eckley. 
Henry Herah, Sr. 
John Berkley, Jr. 

Seeenik tiaas. 

Godleib Slotterer. 
Vatentince Kmlz. 
Abrabam Groff. 

EigMh doss. 

Adam Kittibltlle. 
Henry Hartinatine. 



Samuel Moore. 
David Moore. 
Georse Lemlejt. 



Jacob Frederick. 
Michael Koogler. 
Felix Goodwin. 



Peter Dlnftes. 
Jacob Groaa. 



THIRD COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Barnet Hains. 



FiTgl clast. 

George Slieffer. 
Garrett Stouffer. 
Joset^ Tyson. 
Solomon Grimley. 

theond class. 

.lacobReilT. Jr. 
Michael Wierman. 
Chrlatiau Berkley. 

'Third etass. 

Jacob BeifT, Sr. 
ISiHic Ciiasle. 

/•'oiirth class. 

Gabriel , 

Jacob Smith. 
Mictiiiel Zeagler. 

fHftk clasn. 

Jacob Detweiiler. 

Titmaii . 

William . 



Jacob Kulp, 
Peter Kider. 
Henry Castle. 



Michael Xewberry. 
Benjamin Pawling. 
Jacob Markley. 



John Markey. 
Christian Smith. 



Jacob Brotzmaa. 
John Springer. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



729 



Sixth class, 

Jacob Hefflefinfi^r. 
Henry Weirman. 
Samuel Pennybecker. 

Seventh class. 
Jacob . 



Godshalk Godshalk. 
Andrew Zeagler. 
Abraham Kemper. 

Eighth class, 

Tilman Zeagler. 
John AVeirman. 
Martin Kulp. 
Henry Markey. 
John Ileiff. 
Benjamin Hoilman. 



Abraham GorguB. 
Jacob Zeagler. 



Henry Kulp. 

Jacob Zeagler, son of Dillman. 

William Johnson. 

Jacob Zeagler, son of William. 



Henry Holtiman. 
Ludwick Kline. 
John Detweiller. 
John Shaum. 
Jacob Baiman. 



FOURTH COMPANY. 



Captain, 
John Cope. 



First class. 

Michael Broad. 
Isaac Sowder. 
Jacob Gearhart. 
Tellas Landis. 

Second class. 

Abraham Benner. 
Isaac Berkey. 
Jacob Landis. 
Andrew Conrad. 

Third class. 

Peter Drollinger. 
Christian Sowder. 
Conrad Heventrager. 
Andrew Hains. 
Michael Shoemaker. 



John Landis. 
Peter Groom. 
John Wilson. 



Martin Detweiller. 
John Hockman. 
Jacob Benner. 
John Swartley. 



Jacob Hengen. 
Abraham Hiintzberger. 
Christian Huntzberger. 
Gabriel Hagen. 
John Gerhari. 



780 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Fourth cIoM. 

Jacob Sowder. 

George Slioemnker. 

Isaac Hunttberger. 

HeniT Forman. 
F^thdau. 

AbrHliam Nice. 

Isaac Slelgbter. 

John Aldliooae. 

Jacob Heagey. 

John Sowder. 
Sixth dans. 

Henry Oveiholtier. 

Christian BeiiQer, Jr. 

Abram Delp. 

John Drumbose. 
Saenlh eUu$. 

Andrew Swartz. 

Abrum Banner. 

GeorRG Sholl. 

Isaac lienner. 

Daulel Wampolt. 
Eighih class. 

Andrew Kunser. 

Tibnan Kulp. 

Andrew Sleighter. 

Andrew Drumbose. 



Jacob Berger. 
Abraliam Elndlg. 
JobD Clemmer. 



JobD Keisser. 
Georve Crlssman. 
John Ben&er, Jr. 
John Benner. 
Henry Selple. 

Jacob Wampolt. 
Henry Clemmer. 
Christian Benner. 
Sebastian Benner. 

Isaac liandls. 
Henry Bllger. 
Janiee Yocliim. 
Jolni Snider. 
George Bilger. 

Gerret Shrawger. 
Morris Davis. 
Conrad Hartng. 



SIXTH BATTALION. 

FIRST COMPANY. 



First eJaat. 

Philip Lloyd. 
Patrick McConnell. 
Jonathan bisler. 
William Tippiii. 
Ludwick Shaerer. 



Captain. 
Andrew Nomey. 



Jonathan Zimmans. 
RessBeU. 
AmoB Farra. 
Jesse Dickinson. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



731 



Second class. 

Abraham Grifiltli. 
Jonatliaii Woods. 
Jonathan Halman. 
James Woods. 

Third class. 

Henry Gorden. 
Philip Snyder. 
Jacob Whitman. 
Jacob Peterman. 

Fouvih class. 

Andrew Lisner. 
Stephen Potts. 
Jonathan Cooley. 
Jonathan Dickinson. 
George Smith. 

Fifth class. 

Simon Armstrong. 
Steplien Davis. 
Zebulon Potts, Esq. 
Nathan Potts. 
Jesse Wickerline. 

Sixth class. 

David Brooke. 
Charles Lininshltz. 
Samuel Cowden. 
Jonatlian Davis. 
Samuel Cochlin. 

Seventh class. 

Jonathan Coulston. 
Michael Wills. 
Peter Arnold. 
Jonathan Brown. 
Levi Trump. 

Eighth class. 

AVilliam Samuels. 
Alexander Coolley. 
Martin Whitman. 
David Davis. 
Jonathan Whitman. 



William Ellis. 
Jonathan Davis. 
Joseph Lavering. 
John Campble. 



Benjamin Lavering. 
Andrew Dehaven. 
John Cotton. 
Jesse Rex. 



David Jones. 
Jonathan Yetter. 
Thomas Worlow. 
Jonathan Thomas. 



William Stroud. 
Jonathan Tompkins. 
Edward Coulston. 
Robert Jamison. 



John Lyle. 
Hugh McKinley. 
Thomas Robinson. 
Daniel Deale. 



William Gregory. 
Joseph Fisli water. 
Joseph Butler. 
Thomas Davis. 



Nathaniel Van winkle. 
Henry Grubb. 
William Ryon. 
Jonathan Razor. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



SECOND COMPANY. 



Jonathan Uarkee. 
Jacob Slioemaker. 



Captain. 

Abraham Wentz. 

Sergeant*. 

Andrew DIU. 

Drummer and Fifer. 

Simon TruBe. 
CierJt. 
Jonathan Rusher. 



First class. 

George Fish water. 
Morgan Morgan. 
William Hollowell. 
Moses Delmven. 
Morris Taylor. 

Stconil class. 

Peter BisbinR. 
Ludwlck Feverith. 
George Beikimer. 
Jonathan Porter. 
Joseph Paul. 
Amos Ellis. 
Benjamin Dickinson. 

7%iril class. 

Leonard Matz. 
Richard Meggs. 
Jacob SlauRliter. 
Job Rolerts. 
George Etridge. 

Fhurlh class. 

CMriatopher Zimmerman. 
Henry Conrad. 
Joacpfi Dehaven. 
Henry Stitt. 
Michael Sisler. 
Jonathan Dehaven. 



Conrad Stern. 
Malachia Davis. 
Jonathan White. 
William Williams. 



William Smith. 
John Lion. 
Philip Curndurfer. 
Jacob Deliaven. 
Aquila Roberta. 
Henry Shade. 



George Bisbinfc. 
Samuel Dehaven. 
Ludwick Rinebolt. 
Robert Knox. 
Daniel Roberta. 



George Walter. 
Christian Singer. 
Elias Horning. 
Isaac McGlatherjr. 

Stephen Styer. 
Baltez Yetter. 



AKD MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



Frederick Remay. 

Atiraro Bennett. 

Jonathan Styer. 

Tbomaa Willmms. 

Michael Hoofacre. 

Jacob Walter. 
Sixth class. 

Matthias ShDetnaker. 

Jesse Debaven. 

Joseph Hollo well. 

Daniel Yost. 

Edward Roberts. 

Jonatlmu Shay. 
Sev«<ntli class. 

Jonathan Amber. 

Thomas White. 

William Robinson. 

Isaac Ellis, Jr. 

Isaac Martin. 
EXgMh class. 

Henry Styer. 

Jonathan Davis, (Lab*.) 

Jonathan Tipps. 

■Jonathan Laier. 

Robert Thom&a. 

Jonathan Oabum. 



Henry Dorson. 
Peter Flock. 
Joaiah White. 
Jacob Martin. 
Jonathan Davis. 
Michael Bishbing. 
Adam Boyland. 

Philip Puff. 
James Morris. 
David Dehaven. 
Samuel Coulston. 
Conrad Booze. 
James Xettle. 

Jacob Booze. 
David Knox. 
Abel Hammer. 
Joshua Richai'ds, Jr. 
Silus Jonas. 

Jacob Yost. 
Jonathan Davis. 
Jonathan Fisher. 
Pet«r Sjterringer. 
Nicholas Royall. 



First class. 

Matthias Wentz. 
Henry Bean. 
John Mutz. 
John Lafever. 
Benjamin Tyson. 
Arnold Bean. 
Jacob Shupe. 
William Davis. 



THIRD COMPANY. 

Captain. 
Jonathan Lowrey. 



Jacob Snvder Cupper. 

John Knlpe. 

Leonard Fox. 

Peter Foust. 

James McRorey. 

Samuel Skeen. 

Henry Bean, son of Jno. 



7U 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Second eUua. 
Jacob Snyder. 
Tliomas Uess. 
George Hebnor. 
Peter Kyser. 
John Bean, weaver. 
Isaac Jolinston. 
Jolin DaviB, cooper. 
" Henry Kulb. 
Jacob Wents. 

TItird claw. 

Michael Shfpe. 
Frederick Clayer. 
John Davis, carpenter. 
Jacob Fox. 
Jacob Zimmerman. 
Chrlsttan Stover. 
Abram DuftwtUer. 
Derick Kyser. 

fourth cla»i. 

John Saunden. 
Evan Jones. 
John Kinftkinger. 
Adam Ilumpahlre. 
Peter (ieerlioijil. 
Frederick Brunner. 
Matis Bittenhouae. 
Jacob Bean. 
Peter Wentz. 

Fifth cloM. 

John Snyder. 
Abram Weaver. 
Benjamin Fox. 
ClirlBtoplier Zimmerman, 
John Bean, Jr. 
Adam Renner. 
Jacob Singer. 
Job Uebner. 

ISixtk class. 

Christian Matls. 
Jolin Fleck. 
Abram Andrews. 



Peter Custard. 
Samuel Lafever. 
Daniel Stone. 
Ccairad Siple. 
Nicliolaa Hooffinsn. 
Henry Henrtzy. 
John Supplee. 
Phillip Hooftnan. 



John Idle. 
William Evans. 
David Humpehire. 
Jacob Boyer. 
Philip Wentx. 
Andrew Blrfclmer. 
Jonathan Blair. • 
Mordecai Jonea. 



Nicholas Kyer. 
Ludwick Wasser. 
John Uumpahfre. 
Ellas Hont. 
Benjamin Hittenhouse. 
John Watkin. 
Peter Singer. 
Michael Klngklnger. 
David Gorman. 



Garrett Bean. 
Jacob Wamoner. 
Abram Hebner. 
Abram Boyer. 
John Fizgenild. 
Jonathan Morris. 
Henry Bozin. 
Hteplien Port«r. 



Charles Porter. 
Daniel Spare. 
John Johoston. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



Hoopert Cussel. 

Joliii Beaii.Sr. 

David Creble. 

Hicliael Simpson. 

Paul CuBtard. 

Michael Walker. 
SrcenfA class. 

Geiinte Zilling. 

Jacob Custard. 

Henry Frlck. 

Adnro Bean. 

llarman Custard. 

Michael Butt. 
Eiyhtli class. 

.lacob Araburn. 

Isaac Jjifever. 

Pet«r Fox. 

Daniel ShambouKh. 

Jesse Bean. 

MatU Kulb- 



Jacob Suppler. 
Isaac Kulb. 
John Cassell. 
John Hall. 
Jacob Cassell. 



Peter Johnson. 
Adam Custard. 
Adam Deam. 
John Mitchell. 
John Kyser. 



John Daniel. 
Benjamin Zearfous. 
Abner Wliite. 
John Keyler. 
Jacob Kearn. 



FOURTH COMPANY. 



First cIhs*. 

Peter Remby. 

Daniel Stall. 

Charles Yonng. 

John Shunk. 
Second class. 

Michael Peterman. 

Jolin Thomas. 
ITiird class. 

Geor^ce Ilerple. 

William Davis. 

John Boyer. 

Adam Hoover. 

John Fry. 

Joseph Fry. 

Cad'. Jones. 



George Betbill. 
George Rawn. 
Benjamin Holme. 



George Deal. 
Henry Carl. 

David Kennedy, Esq. 

Pennebaker. 

Benedict Garber. 
Anthony Vnnderallce. 
George Hepler. 
Peter Finickle. 
Daniel Waggoner. 



78a 



AB80CIATED BATTALIONS 



Fourth elfut, 

Jolin Rawn. 

John Harple. 

jRmes Davis. 

John Ilesser. 

John Rued. 

Frederick Isaac. 

Nicliolaa Bower. 

William Dull. 
Fifth elast. 

Ludwick Painter. 

Leonard Dull. 

Michael Sbupe. 
Sixth elata. 

John North. 

Jacob Petennao. 

Paul Beard. 
Seventh cIom, 

Benjamin Desmitt. 

Jacob Razor. 

Ludwick Backman. 

Eighth claai. 

Francis Jordan. 
Casper Rawn. 
Daniel Crlsman. 
Samuel Bradford. 



Abnim Shnick. 
James Shannon. 
Ludwick Harple. 
Barney Idle. 
Michael Weaver. 
John Weaver. 
Adam Crisman. 
John Siiearer. 

Francis Shmik. 
Jacob Rembf . 



Peter Shunk. 
Leonard Walker. 



Chrfstopber Bearman 
Jacob Carl. 
Henry Prisor. 

Christian Rudolph. 
John Eshenseller. 
Felix Lee, 



SEVENTH BATTALION. 

THIRD COMPANY. 



Captain. 
Caleb Armitage. 



Silus Wilson. 
Jacob Peakey. 



Sergeants. 

Peter Shower. 

Clerk. 

Samuel Adams. 

Drummer and Fifer. 

William Grogan. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



Firit etaxB. 

Benjamin Harper. 
Isaac Timbrell. 
Isaac White. 
Jacob Engle. 
Robert MorriB. 

iSecoiid clagg. 
Jacob Rorrer. 
Jonathan Roberta. 
Israel Roberts. 
John McDoiuiald. 
George Rorer. 

TJiird data. 
Peter Rice. 
SebHStiun tin ruck. 
Jacob McGargle. 
Thomas Jones. 

Fourth class. 

Jonathan Williamson. 
Henry Rorrer. 
Nicholas BemdoUar. 
John Boyer. 
George UeUerman. 

Fifth class. 

Henry Chi Ids. 
Absatooi Mitchloner. 
James Lukins. 
Thomas Paul . 

Sixth class. 

Matthew Conrad. 
John Childs. 
Adam Baker. 
Abraham Culp. 
Jolin C. Taylor. 

S'venlh class. 

John Whartenby. 
Samuel Harper. 
Josepli Mitchener. 
Philip Whitesell. 
Daniel Reeae. 
47-VoL. XIII. 



Thomas Roberts. 
Jacob Dil worth. 
Chamleas Hart. 
GeoT^e Yeaaer. 
Jacob Kinsley. 



Geoige D. Benevllle. 
Henry Young. 
James Clarke. 
Jobn KuhD. 



Andrew Culp. 
William Uardeld. 
Conrad Weaver. 
Jacob Benner. 



Richard Miles. 
John F. Gr'ubb. 
God fry Henry. 
Peter Gosaer. 



John Hart. 
Conrad Zurri. 
Henry Bear. 
John Morton. 



Conrad Bear. 
Nicholas Dilworth. 
Isaac Childs. 
Leonard Frank. 



Richard Whartenby. 
John Kephart. 
John ShejAerd. 
George Creamer. 
WiUiam Whtt«. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Jonathan Bartliolt. 
Jonathan Likens. 
George Benner. 
Georgs Williams. 



George Tajlor. 
Cbristopher Sloderlaln. 
AichibBld Wilson. 
Joeepb Borer. 



FOURTH COMPANY. 



John Shubeit. 
Firrt elau. 

Godleib Fry. 
Paul IShuHter. 
Justla Fox. 
Charlea Donnabour. 

•Second claw. 

Theobald Ent. 

Jacob r^wls. 
I^eonard Yunt. 
Jacob Tbelmyer. 
Philip Snyder. 

Third claat. 

Henry Goodman, 
rtalllip Godslmlk. 
George Hopple, Sr. 
Jacob Gardner. 
William Lesher, St. 
Henry Yunker. 
John Ent. 

Fourth class. 

Anthony Gilbert. 
Frederick Mebl, Sr. 
Peter Dedia. 
Jacob Regar. 
George Sharpless. 



Captain. 

Ifoab Townsend. 

Sergecada. 

Thomas Ckot. 



Jacob Barrell. 
Andrew Wood. 
Martin Gowl. 



Uartln Mebl. 
James Hastet. 
John Moyer. 
Jacob Bay. 
Matthias Slttinger. 
Caaper Moyer. 



Jacob Welker. 
James N^ley. 
Peter Umrickhonse. 
John Wensell. 
Hicbael Gyllnger. 
Jacob Miller. 



William Klhme. 
Henry Gilbert. 
Samuel Mecblln, Jr. 
Daniel Razor. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION, 



739 



Fifth dass. 



Anthony Saunders. 
Jacob Duke. 
Frederick Crout. 
Samuel Bringhurst 
George Smith, Jr. 

Siaoth class. 

Jacob Summers. 
Samuel Biddis. 
William Tustin. 
George Riglor. 
George Wintergast. 
Henry Saver. 

Seveiith class. 

Christopher Wolfe. 
Andrew Epply. 
Christian Duey. 
Oiristopher Lausheet. 
Daniel Reese. 

Eighth class, 

Baltis Risline. 
Stephen Riglor. 
Henry Ernst. 
Leonard Nutts. 
James Hale. 



Frederick Mehl, Jr. 
Christopher Ottenger. 
Jacob Shuster. 
Bernard Ward. 
Andrew Shuster. 



Peter Oversbimer. 
David Knor. 
James Cordial. 
Jacob Duey. 
Adam Gaylinger. 



John Shuster. 
Andrew Riglor. 
Elisha Keen. 
Adam Warner. 



Philip Smith. 
Jacob Huffman, 
Isaac Whynn. 
Henry Frailey. 
Richard Shea. 



OFFICERS, CITY AlfD DISTRICT— 1780. 



A general return of Militia Officers belonging to the City of PhiMM- 

phia and District. 



ARTILLERY BATTALION. 



Lieutenant Colond, 
Joseph Marsh. 

Major, 
John McCuUoh, 



T40 A8800IATED BATTALIONS 

Fira company. 

Captain— Joeeidi Watkins. 

Captain Lieutenant— Jolin Woodride. 

First Lieutenant— Jacob Graff, Jr. 

Second Lieutenant*— George Nelson. 

Daoiel Beneiet, Jr. 
Steond companj/. 

Captain— John Ogbsum. 

Captain Lieutenant— William Bloe. 

First Lieutenant— Thomaa Bloe. 

Second Lleutenanta— Samuel Clinton, Jr. 
Jamee Nevll. 
Hiiri eompang. 

Captain— Andrew Bummen. 

Captain Lieutenant— Batour Stalnford. 

Flnt Lieotenant— Jacob Meyers. 

Second Lieutenants— Dean Jones. 

William Sliedaker. 
Fourth eompanif. 

Captain— James Pfearson. 

Captain Lienteo ant— John McGlnler. 

First Lieiitonant— Matthias Saddler. 

iSecond Lleutenaata— Robert Greaves. 
Godfry Swing. 
Fifth company. 

Captain— William Llnnard. 

Captain Lieutenant— Conrad Hanse. 

First Lieuteoant- James McDowell. 

Second Lieutenants- Robert McMullln. 
SHmuel Cuthbert. 
Sixth company. 

Captain— Anthony Cuthbert. 

Captain Lieutenant- Derick PeteiSMt. 

First Lieutenant— James Boylan. 

Second Lieutenants- John Smith. 

Jacob Bankaon. 
Sewilli cotitpdny. 

Captain —James Lang. 

Captain Lieutenant— Samuel Curry. 

First Lieutenant— Francis Bayly. 

Second Lieutenants- Alexander Rutherford. 
Isaac Coats, Jr. 



AND MILITIA OP THE REVOLUTION. 741 

Eighth company. 

Captain-John Connelly. 
Captain Lieutenant— Samuel Goodman. 
First Lieutenant— Samuel Scott. 
Second Lieutenants— Mattbew Shaw. 

William Faries. 



FIRST BATTALION. 



lAeutenant Colonel. 
James Beed. 

Major. 

Alexander Boyd. 

First company. 

Captain— Lazarus Stow. 
Lieutenant— David Tew. 
Ensign— Swain Warner. 

Second company. 

Captain— John Davis. 
Lieutenant— Joseph Ogden, Jr. 
Ensign— John Poth. 

Third company. 

Captain— John Linton. 
Lieutenant— Elijah Coffin. 
Ensign— Benjamin Bankson. 

Fourth company. 

Captain- Richard Humphreys. 
Lieutenant— Samuel Cad. Morris. 
Ensign— Daniel Van Voorhis. 

Fifth company. 

Captain— Ezekiel Letts. 
Lieutenant— John Pallard. 
Ensign— John . 

Sixth company. 

Captain— Samuel McLane. 
Lieutenant— David C. Claypole. 
Ensign— liobert Paisley. 



Ttt ASSOCIATBD BATTALIOH8 

StMHth tontpamy. 

Caiitui II— George Tsylor. 
Limitcnaut— Joshua C<dUns. 
£D9lgD— James HarIi, 



Uaptain— John Rernolds. 
Lieutenant— Jesse Qreenfield. 
Enslga—George Way. 



SECOND BWrAUOti. 

Ltadenant Oolonal. 
Benjamin G. Eyie. 

Richard Salter. 
tirtt eompaHjf. 

Oaptaiii— Isaac Co(^r. 
Lieutenant' John Painter. 

■Ensign- Uiirialoiilipc Miller. 

Second company. 

Captain— Oeorge Nice. 

LlE'utBJLUiit - Daniel CrawfODl. 
En;dign - Julni Leecti. 

Third company. 

CupUkin- Jolm Kllng. 
Lieutenant- George A. Baker. 
Ensign— Jolin Dundas. 

FoitrlA company. 

Captain —John Hewson. 
Lieutenant- Daniel Pohlman. 

K n sign- Jose i>li Roblnett. 

Fifth company. 

Captain— William Bowers. 
Lieutenant— Jacob Bender. 
Ensign— Cliristopher Bender. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 743 

Sixth company. 

Captain— John Bergman. 
Lieutenant— Philip Ahlberger. 
Ensign— Jolin Casner. 

Seventh company. 

Captain— Ph. Wagoner. 
Lieutenant— Jacob Mowrer. 
Ensign— Ph. Wirt. 

Eighth company. 

Captain— George Forepaugh. 
Lieutenant— Christian Piercy. 
Ensign— Jacob Stremback. 



THIRD BATTALION, 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
William Will. 

Major. 

Joseph Ker. 
First company. 

Captain— Alexander Quarrier. 
Lieutenant— Conrad Siffert. 
Ensign Hunter. 

Second company. 

Captain— Michael Gilbert. 
Lieutenant— William Lehman. 
Ensign— Andrew Boshart, Jr. 

Tfiird company. 

Captain— George Esterly. 
Lieutenant— Matthias Keely. 
Ensign— John Henderson. 

Fourth company. 

Captain— Andrew Burkhard. 
Lieutenant— Peter Ozeas. 
Ensign— Jacob Cristler. 

Fifth company. 

Captain— John Geyer. 

Lieutenant Elton. 

Ensign— Ludwig Fohrer. 



TM ASSOCIATBD BATTALIONS 

£HxM company. 

C'»iitHiii - Conrnd Bush. 

Lieutenant -Henry Shrupp. 

Ensign WUIiHiuCoUlday. 
Snenlh tompany. 

Captain— Jiunes Pickerlnft. 

Lleuteitaut- Andrew Geyer. 

£uaigii -Daniel firaentl^m. 
Stghth company. 

Captain— John Peten, Jr. 

Lieutenant- Leonard Fisher. 

EnBlgn—Uenoo Kenard. 



FOURTH BATTAUCm. 

LiaUtnaiU (^entl. 
Paul Cox. 

Philip Faucake. 
Ftrat am^xmf. 

Captain -Wilt lam McDowell. 

Lieutenant JamCTMoyse. 

Ensign Peler January. 
Sttond company. 

Captain -Jolin Flinn. 

Lieutenant Thomas Mlttchell. 

Ensign— Frederick Uerker. 
nird company. 

Captain— John UcCalla, Jr. 

Lientenimt-Tljomiia Adams. 

Ensign liobert Bolstoo. 
JburlA company. 

Cutitain .TaiDi's Uosbothem. 

Lietiifii^iiii .(ac.li Martin. 

Ensign— Jol in Warner. 
liflh company. 

Captain - Edward Paschall. 

Lieutenant Jnaepli Allardice. 

Ensign - George Rutter. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 
Sixth company. 

Cajitain JaupR Hood. 

Lieuti^iiaiit Edward Evens. 

EDSign— Tliotnas Hood. 
Seventh company. 

Captain VVilliiiin Semple. 

Lieut«iiaDt— Wtlliam Lawrence. 

Ensign— Joseph UcCulloch. 
EiglUh company. 

Captain— John Cornisti. 

Lieutenant— Samuel Moaa. 

EoBign—John Hawkins. 



FIFTH BATTALION. 

Lieulenant CoUmtt, 
John Shee. 

David Beeae. 
Firat company. 

Captain Thomaa Willis. 

Lieutenant -William Smallwood. 

Ell sign— George Hill. 
Stcond company. 

Citptain Eiijali Weed. 

Lientennnt-Benjainin Freeman. 

Ensign —Jacob Esler. 
Third com^nv- 

Cai>liiiii— Jolm Barker. 

Lieutenant -Joseph Foster. 

Ensign — ,Toseph Bush, Jr. 
f\mrlh company, 

Captiiin isjac Austin. 

Lieutenant -Thomas Millard. 

Ensign— Ph. H^ner. 
F%flh company. 

Captain- Christian Shaffer. 

Lieutenant— Henry Kammerei. 

EDBJgn- Michael Kitts. 



■ 746 ASSOCIATED BATTAUONS 

Sixth company. 

Captain— Adam Foulk. 
Lieutenant— Joliii James. 
Ensign— WUllam Perkins. 

iSnientA company. 

Oa)iUkin— NiklliHniel Twining. 

Luiiit«iiimt- John Lavrence. 

£i)»i(ni -JoliiiBanihill.Jr. 
Eighth company. 

Captain— John UcCartney. 

Lieutenant 

Ensign 



aXTH BATTAUON. 



Major. 
Thomas Castorp. 
Firtt company. 

Captain Tl)om»a Austin. 

Jjieuteuant— George Schelblei. 

Ensign ■— 

fieeond company. 

Captain— Joaepli Falconer. 

l^teuteiiant William McDoweU. . 

Ensign JoliiL Marshall. 
Third company. 

Captain Silas Euglre. 

Lieut«iiant Cliarlfs Meya. 

Ensign- William Parker. 
Fourth company. 

Captain— Jamea Brown. 

Lieutenant— Jamea Little. 

Ensign- William Slddena. 
Fifth company. 

Captain— Philip Ryan. 

Lieutenant— Thomas Thompson. 

Ensign— James Rowan. 



AND MILITIA OF THE RfiVOLUTION. 747 

Sixth company. 

Captain— Warwick Coats, Jr. 
Lieutenant — John Patterson. 
Ensign— Joseph Fanning. 

Seventh company. 

Captain— Jacob Sinck. 
Lieutenant— Godfry Shisler. 
Ensign— 

Etghth company. 

Captain— Jonathan Grice. 
Lieutenant— William Garwood. 
Ensign— Button. 

Philadelphia, 15^ Aprils 1780. 

Tour Excellency will be pleased to order the above officers to be 

commissioned. I am, with the utmost esteem, 

Your Excellency's most obedient humble servant, 

W". Henrt, V. 
To His Excellency, Joseph Beed, Esq. 

President of the State of Pennsyl^ 

Com-, dated IS'** AprU, 1780. 



VOLUNTEERS, CITY AND DISTRICT- 

1780. 



Betum of Volunteers raised in the BaitaJions from the City of Phila- 
delphia and District, agreeable to an act of General AssemblM- 
passed the 6th June, 1780. 



FIRST BATTALION. 



Captain Lazarus Stow^s company. 

Daniel Pouriol, June 21. 
Patrick Kelly, June 22. 

Captain John Davis. 

Georflre Hill, June 26. 
John Goff, June 26. 

Captain John Linton. 
John Cluly, June 19. 
Philip Buckbee, July 4. 



T48 A880CIATBO BATTALIONS 

CaitUUn Biehard Humphrey. 

Thomas Wallia, June IS. 

James UcDonnell, June 27. 
Captain SidcUl Lett: 

James H in ton, June 7. 

Geoig« Harvey Campbbll, June T 
Vaptain Samwl 2icLane. 

(Charles Bedding, June s. 

Philip Powell, June IT. 
Captain Oeorgt Tbylor. 

John Crawford, June 18. 

Thomas Wertz, June 1ft. 
Cbptain John Beynoldt. 

Richard Fn^gst, June 7, 

Jamee Mitchell, June 7, 



SECOND BATTAUON. 

Captain Isaac Cooptr. 

Dennis Murphy, June 6. 

John Kill, June 9. 
explain OeOrge Nice. 

Armi Grace, Jane 28. 

John George Stumpff, July 8. 
Captain John King. 

Jolinllorn, Jure6, 

George Leutheuser, June 10. 
Captain John Hewson. 

Matthew Vanderhoof , June 8. 

Charles EUexander, June 9. 
Captain William Bmetrs. 

William Shillingsworth, June 10. 

Henry Sharp, June IT. 
Caplain John Bergman. 

Gubi'iel Goalio, June 13. 

Joseph B. Pettit, June 13. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOHTTION. 

Captain Philip Wagoner. 

Andrew Oberdorf, June 21. 
WUliam Brown, Juae 22. 

Captain George Forepaugk. 
Jacob Douderman, June 7. 
John WoDderlieh, June T. 



THIRD BATTALION. 



Captain Alexander Quarrier. 
Michael Lennard, June 23. 
Peter McHollum, June 27. 

Captoin Michael Oilbtrt. 
Stephen Sulger, June IS. 
John Braley, June Id. 

Captain Oeorye EUerly. 

Casper Shliesman, June 9. 
William Maulsby, June 9. 

Captain Andrew Burkarl. 
John Hahn, June 15. 
Martin Weiss, June 16. 

Captain John Qeyer. 

James McCkirmick, June 12. 
James Morgan, June 12. 

Captain Conrad Ruth. 
Feter Sullivan, June 22. 
Francis Lewis, June 26. 

Captain Jamu Pickering. 
James Dounelly, June Ifi. 
James RobiDson, June 16. 

Captain John Pttert, Jr. 
David Breckley, June 16. 
Samuel McGoogan, July 1. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



FOURTH BATTALION. 



Ooplatn WiUiam McDoweU. 
Baraey Dempeej, June 20. 
Elijah Rippey, June 20. 

Captain J<An Flinn. 

Biohaid Holland, Jnne 7. 
Nathaniel Fletcher, June 12. 

Cbplain John JUeValla, Jr. 
Charles Churchwill, July 22. 
William Taylor, July 28. 

Oiptatn Jamet RoKMham. 
Bandell Howard, June 2T. 
John Noe, June 27. 

Captain Edward Paachall. 
John Malnhood, June 26. 
Joseph Gardner, June 27. 

Captain James Hood. 

John Thompson, June 23. 
James Welch, June 28. 

CajOain William Sample. 
John Sheston, June 21. 
John Welsch, July *. 

Captain Jolm Oymiah. 

Anthony Fricker, July II. 
John Whlteaker, July 18. 



FIFTH BATTAUOH 



Captain Tliomaa Willi*. 

Benjamin Robinson, June 28. 
John Robinson, June 28. 

Captain Elijah Weed. 

Adam Clondering, June 19. 
Thomas Hampton, June 19. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 

Captain John Barker. 

Ueorge Lambert, June 22. 

I'eter Grant, June 80. 
Captain laaac Austin. 

Robert McAdtun, June 27. 

wniiam Henry, July 1. 

Captain Christian Hhaffer. 

Joseph Tracey, June 19. 

William Day, June 10. 
Captain Adam Foulk. 

Patrick Harvey, June 14. 

Philip Byley, Jr., June 22. 

Captain Nathaniel Tioinijig. 
Robert Miller, June 16. 
James Duke, June 29. 

Captain John JteCartney. 
George Woodford, Jane 21. 
John Bronlow, June 28. 



SIXTH BATTALION. 



Captain Thomas Auatin. 

William Richardson, June 13. 
Jefemiah Murry, June 13. 

Captain Joseph Falconer. 
Edward Wills, June 28. 
Johu Hambleton, June 28. 

Captain Silas BngUs. 

Patrick Carney, June 17. 
Patrick ShannoD, June 17. 

Captain Jamts Brown. 
Samuel Gray, June 28. 
Andrew Caaeell, June 80. 

Captain Philip Syan. 

Bartholomew Garrey, June 22. 
Jacob Herri nicton, June 2S. 



Jte ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Captain WarwUik l^U, Jr. 

George Payne, July 1. 

John UcOleeD, Julj 1. 
Captain Jaeob Sinck, 

Nehemiah Eastman, July I. 

Jobn Nessmith, July 1. 
Oyrtain Jonathan Orioe. 

Artbnr HendenoD, July 8. 

Jacob Vaadanrort, July 8. 



W*. HnrBY, L: 



OFFICERS, comnr militia— iTsa 

RtOimftftht officers eUeUd for thetevenU battalvmsf^tht MUUia/or 
the county of Philadelphia. 

FIRST BATTAUON. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
George Smith, Esq. 

Major. 
Joaiah Hart, Esq. 
FirM company. 

Captain— Joseph Folwell. 
Lieutenant— Alexander Means. 
Bnaign— Robert Barns. 

Second company. 

Captain— Samuel Hlnes. 
Lieutenant— Jen kin Evans. 
Ensign— Charles Humphiys. 

Thtrd company. 

Captain —Andrew Vanbuaklrk. 

Lieutenant— Jacob Yerkes. 

Enaign— Cornelius Wyncoop. 
Fourth compnn;/. 

Captain— Stephen Bloom. 

Lieutenant— Daniel Bloom. 

Ensign— Jobn Hoot. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 753 

Fifth company. 

Captain— David Marpole. 
Lieutenant— Samuel Murray. 
Ensigrn— David Downling. 

Sixth company^ 

Captain— John Shelmire. 
Lieutenant— Henry Puff. 
Ensign— Aaron Scout. 

Seventh company. 

Captain- Joseph McClean. 
Lieutenant— Philip Keesy. 
Ensign— Samuel Cox. 

Eifjhth company. 

Captain— John Man. 
Lieutenant —William Styner. 
Ensign— Jacob Styner. 



SECOND BATTALION. 



Lieutenant Colonel, 
Benjamin McYaugh, Esq. 

Major, 

John Holms, Esq. 
First company. 

Captain— Benjamin Dungan. 
Lieutenant— Frederick Castor. 
Ensign— William Johnson. 

Second company. 

Captain— Thomas Holms. 
Lieutenant— Jonathan Dungan. 
Ensign— Enoch Holms. 

Third company. 

Captain— Jacob Roads. 
Lieutenant — Casper Roads. 
Ensign— John Webster. 

Fourth company. 

Captain— Isaac Worrell. 
Lieutenant— Robert Hambleton. 
Ensign— Henry Young. 
• 48-VoL. XIIL 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



Fiftlidimpany. 

Uiiptaiii- Dennis Worrell. 

Lieutenant- Ittibert Wilaon. 

Ensign— Jacub lluflty. 
.Sixth compumj. 

Oiiptain John McGIouKhllD. 

Lieutetiaiit .Tulm Rush. 

Ensitin Malachia Flalier. 
>'euen(A cnmpnnij. 

Captain -Samuel Swift. 

Lieutenant John Blake. 

EnsiRn— Derrick Krewsou. 
Eighth ointpany. 

Captain— Jiiseph Dearman. 

Lieutenant -Jacob Eshtnn. 

EnslKn- William Roberts. 



THIRD B.ATTALION 

Lieutimmt ('•lUmel. 

James Barry, Esq. 

JMaj..r. 

Maybiiry Jolly, Esq. 

Fir«t mnijiitni/. 

Captain Israel Jnnes. 

Lifii tenant— Joseph Grover. 

Ktisign Jcwte Jones. 
Sefind cmijia'ii/. 

Ciiptain Ainos .'^tur^is. 

Lienttttiatit l^niel Davis. 

Etisigu— Jacob Snpplee. 
Third coiiijirtni/. 

Captain Itichiird Ri>berts. 

Lif-ntf^dnnt I'etct Ott. 

Kiisifcn William Kite. 
Fourth ciny»i"j/- 

(.'ajitain .Toliti Young. 

Lieutenant Joseph Price. 

Eiiaign Nelieiniali Evans. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION . 

Fifth oompany. 

Captain— Lewis Knoll. 
Lieutenant- Morris Llewelyn. 
BnBi|{D~Beiijamiu Holland. 

Sixth amtj/anii- 

C&ptain— Fet«r Holstein. 

Lieutenant— William George. . 

Ensign—Samuel Uamsey. 
iSeventft company. 

Captain— Charles Justus. 

Lieutenant— Joseph Hobeson, 

Ensign— John Justus. 
Eighth company. 

Captain- William Rose. 

Lieutenant— Isaac Kite. 

EosiRn— Anthony Kite. 



FOURTH BATTALION. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Anthony Bitting, Esq. 

Matthias Richards, Esq. 
fir si ompony. 

Captain— Joseph Sigfreed. 

Lieutenant— Henry McCowrer. 

EnslKn— Peter Lower. 
Second onmpany. 

Captain— John Mtsslmer. 

Lieutenant— William Kepner. 

Ensign— Jacob Miller. 
ITitrd companv- 

Captain— Frederick Blddeman. 

Lieutenant- Adam Gilbert. 

Ensign— Ulrick Stalp. 

Fourth companv- 

Captain— Beniamhi Markley 
Lieutenant— John Smith. 
. EnBign- Barnard Frayer. 



756 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Fifth Company. 

Captain -John Schooler. 

Lieutenant— Henry Snider. 

Ensign- Jacob Long. 
Sixlk comiiany. 

Captain— Henry Boyer, 

Lieutenant— John Yast, ■ 

EnaiRn— Jolm Yawn. 
Htventh company. 

Captain— Jacob Witz. 

Lieutenant— Nathaniel Child. 

Ensign— James Jack. 
Eighth company. 

Captain- Isaiah Davis. 

Lieutenant-Jeremiah Wiser. 

Euuign— Henry Burn hart. 



FIFTH BATTALION. 



Lieutenant Colonel. 

Daniel Iliester, Esq. 

Major. 

Jacob Ueed, Esq. 

First eompanv. 

Captain— Daniel Spriu^r. 

Lieutenant— John King. 

Ensign- JamesCustard. 
Seeimd company. 

Cajitain- Philip Gable. 

Lieutenant— Conrad Grim. 

Ensign— Valentine BuH. 
TTitrd cnmiiany. 

Captain— Barnard Haines. 

Lieutenant— Nicholas Nickom. 

Erisign- Benjamin Ilalmon. 
Fourth comjionjj. 

Captain John Cope. 

Lieutenant— Jacob LPidy, Jr. 

EuBign- George Trumbore. 



AND MILITIA OF THE BEVOI.UTIO^. 

Fifth company. 

CftptAin— John Msrple. 

Lieutenant -George Harple> 

Ensign— William Kwecs. 
SiiUlt compang. 

CHptaiB— Philip Reed. 

Lieutenant— Darid Davis. 

Ensifcn — Jacob Sorver. 
Steenth eompany. 

Captain — Henry Neel>le. 

Lieutenant —Henry Fonst. 

Ensign— Henry Hirsh. 
Eightii company. 

Captain— Andrew Campbell. 

Lieutenant -Nicholas Wollinger. 

Ensign— Ueorge Martin. 



SIXTH BATTALION. 

LUulenant Colonel. 
Robert Curry, Esq. 

John Edwards, Jr. 
Firit company. 

Captain— Andrew Norry. 

Lieutenant— John Camp well. 

Ensign— John Dull. 
Steond company. 

Captain— Abraham Wentz. 

Lieutenant— JoliQ Vaapelt. 

Ensign— Geon^ Pluck. 
TTtircI company. 

Captain— John Lowry. 

Lieutenant— -.Tames Bean. 

Ensign— Frederic 1( Cunrad. 
Fourth company. 

Captain- Jacob Peterman. 

Lieutenant— William North. 

Ensign— John Dismant. 



733 . ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS. 

Fifth eompan-j. 

Capiat n— J ameB Wentz. 

Lieutenant— James Adams. 

Eiislftn— Thomas Mehard. 
Sixth ctmipantj. 

C;ipt;iiii Williikm Johnson. 

Lieutuiiaut AiUiu Snyder. 

Ensign —Benjamin Kaouse. 
Stvenlh company. 

Captain— Will iiiru Nelson. 

LieutL'ii ant— James Parker. 

Etiaign JHU1I.-3 Gordon. • 

Eiyhlh company. 

Captain— Arnold Francis. 

Lieutenant— Jotin Baiter. 

Ensign— Peter Witner. 



SEVENTH BATTALION. 

Lieutenant UoUmel. 

Muttliew Holgate, Esq. 

Majfyr. 

John Bethell, Esq. 

JSrst compurty. 

Captain - James Twine. 

Lleutenant'-J acob Welcher. 

Ensign— John Camjibell. 
Second emnpuny. 

Captain Andrew RedlieifTer. 

LiHitenatit Baltes Ilydrlck. 

Knaign- JacobSorver. 
nird compnny. 

Captain- Caleb Armitage. 

Lieutenant — Christian Coon. 

Enaigu- Ccorgt' Uorer. 
Fourth company. 

CHi)taln Noali Towiisend. 

Lieiilenaiit -William Warner. 

E us ign— Frederick Vonker. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 750 

Fifth company. 

Captain— Joseph Hall. 
Lieutenant— Joseph Keyser. 
Ensign— Arnst Felty. 

Sixtii company. 

Captain— John Levering. 
Lieutenant— John Moyer. 
Ensign— Joseph Biggony. 

Seteutk company. 

Captain— Peter Fraily. 
Lieutenant— Joseph Bender. 
Ensign— George Donnahour. 

Eiyhtk company. 

Captain — Daniel Beck. 
Lieutenant— Jacob Gorgas. 
Ensign— George Wonnar. 



OFFICERS OF THE TROOP OF LIGHT HORSE. 

('aptain— Owen Faries. 
Lieutenants— John Dover. 

David Snyder. 
Cornet— Casper Dull. 

W». Coats, LieuUnant C. F, 
PiiiLAD* County, June IT^, 1780. 



CAPTAIN JOSEPH WATKINS* ARTILLERY COMPANY. 



Muster roll of the J^Hrst company of Fennsylvania Militia Artillery^ 
commanded by Captain Joseph Watkina. 

Captain, 
Joseph Watkins, com. August 10, 1780 ; absent on furlough. 

Captain Lieutenant, 
John Woodside, com. August 10, 1870. 

First Lieutenanl, 
John Graff, Jr., com. August 10, 1780. 

Second Lieutenant, 
George Nelson, com. August 10, 1780. 




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iii-'^^ 



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AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 761 

John Lite, August 17, 1780. 

John Kinsell, August 20, 1780. 

John Mingell, August 20, 1780. 

John Biddie, August 21, 1780. 

William Bartho, August 17, 1780. 

John Thumb, August 15, 1780. 

John Mason, August 10, 1780. 

George Houser, August 10, 1780. 

Daniel Kehr, August 20, 1780. 

.Jacob Fitler, August 10, 1780. 

John Hadley, August 15, 1780. 

Thomas Bliss, August 10, 1780. 

John Bayley, Jr., August 10, 1780; sick at Philadelphia. 

Andrew Lex, August 10, 1780 ; sick at Philadelphia. 

August 31, 1780. Mustered then Captain Joseph Watkins' com- 
pany, as specified in the above roll. 

Sam* Stebett, Jf. If. P. M, 



CAPTAIN JOHN OGBORN'S ARTILLERY COMPANY. 



Muster roll of the Second company of Pennsylvania Militia Artillery, 

commanded by Captain John Oyborn, 

Captain. 
John Ogborn, com. August 10, 1780. 

Captain lAentenant. 

William Rice, com. August 10, 1780; on furlough for three days, 
to expire September 1 . 

First Lietitenant. 
Thomas Rice, com. August 10, 1780. 

Second Lieutenant, 
Samuel Clinton, com. August 10. 1780. 

Third Lieutenant. 
James Mavill, com. August 10, 1780. 

Sergeants. 

Thomas Fletcher, app. August 10, 1780. 
John Sutton, app. August 10, 1780. 
Matthew Reimer, app. August 10, 1780. 
Andrew Mires, app. August 10, 1780. 



T(t2 ASiSOCIATED BATTALIOXJs. 

Drummer and Fiftr. 
George tVaftgoner, app. August 10, 1780. 
George Friend, app. August 10, 1780. 

EtrmhartiUrt. 
Jolin Dimn, August 10. ITHO ; uu furlough. 
John llttpp, August 10, Mm. 
Charles riuwder, August 10, 1730 ; on furlough. 
CImrles Nf»gle, August 10. 1T80. 
Jtiinea Bruster, August 10, 1780. 
William Turner, August 10. 1780. 

Qunnm. 
G«oi-ge Stritton, August 10, 17N0 ; sick. 
Thomas HRmiltoii, Aogust 10, 1780. 
Thomas Brown, August 10, 1780. 
William Horn. August 10, 1780. 
Hugh Buy, August 10, 1760. 
Joshua Newmau, August 10, 1780. 

Benjamin Seyack, August 10, 17K>; on furlough. 

David Baker, August 10, 17SU. 

John Thumpson, Sr., August 10, 17S0. 

John Tliom|<son, August 10, 17M). 

Jacub Haiidslian, August 10. 17so. 

Joseph Town, August 10, 1780. 

Samuel Pryor, August !0, 17S»i, 

John IKiwdrj-, August 10. 17S0; on furlough for three days, to ej 

pirv Septeml>er 2. 
William ^Shannon. Ausu-«t lo, 17S0. 
reter Frill. August 10. \->*s. 
(letirge Borkenpiue, .\uf!uj>t 10, 17S0. 
John Shive. August 10. 17Mi : on furlough for three days, to ex[>ii 

SeplemluT '1. 
.KwAxvx Yi>uii|r, August 10, K.-iO. 
Philip Spiluiiin, .\tii;nst 10, 17M>: 
John Fuuiii'e. August 10, 17W. 
Oiristiaii Ruali, .\U!;ust 10, 17t*>. 
(.'hriatiau OvenJtav. August 10, ITSO. 
Johu Davidsim. August 10, 17S0. 
SHiuufl Miles, August H>, 17S<i, 
.lohn Wil*iu, Aui:usi lo, l7-*>. 
Benjamin To(ier, .\ugust 10, 17>0, 
George Knmley, .Vugust 10, IThi, 
Samuel Barnes, August I". 17-4i. 
Nitbaniel Green, August 10, 17S0. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUriON. 763 

Samuel Crispin, August 10, 1780. 

William Alexander^ August 10, 1780. 

John Juslfis, August 10. 1780. 

Morgan Riage, August 10, 1780. 

Joseph Riffets, August 10, 1780. 

John Davies, August 10, 1780. 

Joseph Adams, August 10, 1780. 

Adam Hoover, August 10, 1780. 

John Rybold, August 10, 1780. 

Jacob Schlosser, August 10, 1780. 

James Wilson, August 10, 1780. 

William Christyan, August 10, 1780. 

Henry Bruster, August 10, 1780. 

Robert Shearer, August 10, 1780. 

Thomas Perkinson, August 10, 1780; substitute for Joseph Page. 

Ilartman Lowry, August 10, 1780. 

Allen Cathcart, August 10, 1780; not yet arrived ; on furlough. 

August 31 "S 1780. Mustered then Captain John Ogborn's com- 
pany of Artillery, as specified above. 

Sam* Sterett, M. M. P.M, 



COL. WILLIAM WILLS' BATTALION. 



CAPTAIN ANDREW BURKHARD'S COMPANY. 



Muster roll of Captain Andrew Burkhard's company^ of the Third 
liegimeni of Footy in the service of the United States, commanded 
by Colonel William Will, Esq,, of the Third class, city Philadtl- 
phia and Districts MiHtia, of the SttUe of Pennsylvania. 

Captain. 
Andrew Burkhard, com. April 15, 1780. 

Lieutenant. 
Henry Shrupp, com. April 15, 1780. 

Ension* 
Andrew Boshard, com. April 15, 1780. 

Sergeants. 

Henry Huber, app. August 10, 1780. 

William Dawes, app. August 10, 1780. 

John Miller, npp. August 10, 1780. ' 



7ft4 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Voryiorals. 
JKmes Duffy, app. Auftust 10, ITtiO. 
Henry Rice, app. August 10, 17H0. 
Jacob Graff, app. August 10, 1T80. 

Drummer and Filer. 
Henry Meyers ; N. B. J. Kling's Co. 
Peter Puttau, under age. 

Pricalu. 
John Hortman, August 10, 1780. 
Frederick Weiss, AuguBt 10, 1T80. 
Adam Cuatard, August 10. 1780. 
John Brotlieraon, August 10, 1780. 
Samuel Frekafer, August 10, 1780. 
Michael Burkhard, August 10, 1780. 
David Bealert, August 10, 178u. 
Peter Sefference. August 10, 1780. 
Cbristoplier Bastion, August 10, 1780. 
William Wnmer, August 10, 1780. 
Adam Grab, August 10. 1780. 
John Exiy, August 10. 1780. 
John Halael, August 10, 1780. 
Frederick Itotir, August 10, 17S0. 
Peter Deliaven. August 10, 1780. 
John Bower, August 10. 1780. 
John Ettris, August 10, 1780. 
Frederick Burkhard, August 10, 1780. 
^lurtin Reiser, August 10, 1780. 
George George, August 10, 1780. 
John Kehmnly, August 10. 1780. 
Matthias Cope, August 10, 1780. 
Martin Revely, August 10, 1780. 
Jacob Ewald. August 24. 17S0. 
Philip Sawerman, August 24. 1780 : on command. 
Lawrence Refs, August 10, 1780 ; on command. 
John Kerr. August 10, 1750 : substitute, not registered. 
Henry ■'^tiller, August It), 1780; on guard. 
George Keiler, August lo. 1780: deserted August 29. 
Jacob Slimmer, .August 10, 17su,- on guard. 
Thomas Heyser, August 10, n.8i| : on guard. 
Adam Logan, August 10, 1780, on guard. 
Christian Elhel, August 1u. 1780: substitute, not registered. 
.Adam Wederstein, August 10, 1780 : on command. 
John Kem, August 10. IT80 ; on furlough. 
JorgenoD Brown, August 10, 1780: substitute. 
Fnderiok Dick, August 10, 1780 ; substitute. 



AND MILITIA OP THE REVOLUTION. 765 

Jacob Sles, August 10, 1760 -, substitute, not registered. 

William Wager, August 10, 17B0; substitute. 

Melchlor Steiner, August 10, 17S0; sick. 

Andrew Metz, August 10, 1T80 ; on guard. 

George Raypolt, August lu, 1780 ; on command. 

Nathaniel Curren, August 10, 1780: on guard. 

Ueorge Thorn, August 10, 1780 ; on guard. 

Nicholas Revely, August 10, 1780; subetitute, not teglstered. 

Philip Lower, August 10, 1780 ; on command. 

William Houtzel, August 10, 1780; on guard. 

Joseph Griswol, August 10, 1780 ; on guard. 

George Esher, August 10, 1780; substitute. 

Michael Reiser, August 16, 1780; substitute. 

John Sneider, August 10, 1780; subetitute. 

John Lawrence, August 10, 1780 ; on command. 

Oasper Graff, August 10, 1780; clerk. 

August 31, 1780. Mustered then Captain Andrew Burkhard's 
company, as specified in the above roll. 

Sam' Stbbktt, it. M. 1'. M. 



CAPTAIN MICHAEL GILBERT'S COMPANY. 

Muster roll of Captain Michael Oilbert'n eompavj/, of the Third 
Regiment of Foot in tht strvice of the United States, commanded 
buColonel William Will, Esq., of the Third cloM, City of Philadel- 
phia and tHstricta Militia, of the State of Pettntylvania. 
Captain. 
Michael Gilbert, com. April 16, 17S0. 

Lieutenant. 
Conrad Seiffert, com. April 15, 1780; on command. 

Enaign. 
Philip Hagner, com. April 15, 1780. 

Sergeants. 
Daniel Summers, app. August 10, 1780. 
John Woolf, app. August 10, 1780. 
Isaac Stall, app. August 10, 1780. 

Corporala. 
David Thomson, app. August 10, 1780. 
George Porcupine, app. August 10, 1780. 
Hartin Runner, app, August 10, 1780. 



786 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS. 

Drummer and Fiftr. 
Lawrence Lapp, app. August Ifl, 17W>. 
Matblas Gilbert, August 10, ITSO. 

PrioattB. 
Abraham Bollenbacher, August 10, 1780 ; on a 
William Dickinson, August 10, 178U; sick, preaent. 
John Fry bei^r, August 10, 1790 ; sick, absent at Philadelphia. 
Tolin Hartman, August 10, 17S0; substitute. 
Fincher Ilellins, August 10, 1760 ; flick, present, 
Philip Ktiopp, August 10, 1760 ; substitute, on guard. 
Martin Kuhn, August 10, 1780; on cnmmand. 
Rudolph Leiir, August 10, I7H0 ; on guard. 
Frederick Link, August 10, 1780 ; on guard. 
Jacob Lauteiislager, August lo, 1780 ; on guard. 
Michael Mlnik, August 10, 1780; in the place of hfsbrother; not 

roistered ; dn guard. 
George Mounty, August 10, 1780 ; on guard. 
Jacob Rush, August 10, 1T80 ; substitute, on command. 
Adam Stiefler, August 23, 1T80. 
Peter Walters, August Li3, 17B<); on furlough. 
Lewis Young, August :J7, 1780. 

Frank Shaffner, August 27, ITKU -, sick, absent at Philadelphia. 
John Sheffer, August 10, 1780 ; on command, 
John Fisher, August 10, 1780 ; sulistitute. . 
Christian Kirkhoof. August 22,- 1780. 
Adam Wagner, August 22, 1780. 
John Deal, August 22, 17-W. 
Christian Fox, August 22, 1780, 
Joseph Fialier, August 22, 1780. 
George Gosuar, August 22, 1780. 
Anthony Ilaight, August 22. 1780. 
William Herman, August 22, 1780. 
John Jolly, August 2^^, I7H0. 
Maximilian Nitzer, August 22, 1780. 
WilliRm Knoll, August 22, I7K0. 
William Penii, August 22, 1780. 
Henry Poland. August 22, 1780. 
Gerhard Smith, August 22. 1780. 
Jacob Swoffcl, August 22, 1780. 
Jacob Scitifl, August 22, 1780. 
Peter Weaver, August 22. 17S0. 
George Swartz, August lu, 17S0. 
PeterTrittle, August 10, 1780. 
Lewis Crowner. AiiguMt 111, 1780 ; clerk. 

August :i1 . 17'*0. Mustered then Captain Michael Gilbert's com- 
pauj, Hs specified in the above roll. 

Sam'. Stbrbtt, M. M. F. M. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 



CAPTAIN JAMES BROWN'S COMPANY. 

MuDter roll of Captain Jdmea Srown's company, of the Third Rigi. 
ment of F<iot, in the service of the UniUd States, commwiUd bg 
Oihnel William Will, Esq., of the Second, Third, and Fourth 
rI"MM of Uu Citu of PhiliiOeli-hia nnd DittricU Miiaia, of the 
St'ite of Penneylvania, Aiigvxt 31, VtfQ. 

('a plain. 
Jiimes Brown, com. April 15, 1780. 

IMuteivx'n.t. 
Ueonte Sliivel^, com. April 15, 1780. 

■Tohn Marshall, com. April 15, 1T60. 

Sergeants. 
Charles Lawton, app. AuRUst 10, 1780. 
■lames Kgl^son, app. August 10, 1780 ; on guard. 
Isaac HuSty, app. August 10, 1'HO. 

CorymraX». 
James Townsend, app. August 10, 1780 ; aa conmaDd. 
John I^Hpy, app. August 10, 17N) ; on guard. 
Nattiauiel Main, app. August 10, 1780. 



Robert Smith, August 10, 1780. 
John Jackson, August 10, 1780. 
Thomas Shingleton, August 10, 1780, 
Patrick Dorcas, August 10, 1780, 
John McGonegall. August 10. 1780. 
Frederick Keen, August 10, 1780. 
Francis Garmgues, August 10, 1780. 
Philip Boatman, AugusL 10, I7H0. 
Michael Hhaffer, August 10, 1780. 
George Stephens, August 10, 1780. 
James Sutter, August 10, 1780. 
John Pierce, August 10, 1780. 
John Lawrence, August 10, 1780. 
Joseph Meyers, August 10, 1780. 
George McCiig, August 10, 1780. 
James Cniig, August 10, 1780. 
George Smith, August 10, 1760. 
John Dick, August 10, 1780. 



708 ASSOCIATED BATTALIOXS 

Steti)ien More, August 10. 1T80; on guHrd. 

Jiicob Kisler, August 10, 17R0; on guard. 

John Rich, August 10, 1780. 

George Burden, August 10. 1760 ; on command. 

Michael Diamond, August 10, ITW. 

Thomas Menard, August 10, 1780. 

Godfrey Grim, August 10, 17^0 : on guard. 

John Steivart, August 10, 178U; on guard. 

Isaac Uorton, August 10. ITHO; on guard. 

John Munrow, August 10, 1780. 

Benjamin Hall, August 10, 1780. 

John Gulkn, August 10, 1780. 

William Ogdea, August 10, 1780: abaeat with leave. 

August SI. ITSit. Mustered then Captain James Brown's cm- 
imny, as^Kcified in the above roll. 

Sa^. Steubtt, jr. jr. P. M 



CAFTMS SILAS ENGLES' COMPANY. 

Mtattr f-Al "f O.^Iain Silat EngU*' mrApany. if (Ac Third Btr/i:-^. - 
of Fvt. in tA< >rriee •>< the Vniltd ^Mtr. rnntmaxM tiy <>>'• i--- 
WU'ia... W,V. E»i..ottf>€ StvyA, Vtird on-l Ftmrth rl/ut-^ ' 
tV Ci:f 'f PAuAfflpAbi ani DittrkU Militia, of tiu Sta^ ' 
Pfnnrylrattta. A^pttt S:. ITfj. 

••i':*s Eueies. com- April li IT**"". 



l■^a^k» Ma». eota- April 13, lT*t>. 
WiHiiE S-iidoES. com. A^ril I-i. I7?i>. 

Jchr, GardTwr. a;^ Aiariit I'/. !T*. 
Hi«t iir^T*-r. aj?^ A;^j»i I--. ir*f. 
Ednc^ W»a:*f*. «?¥- A-^^-BK l-\ IT* : o« 
Ab.-s In^k^'w. s;^ A^rac I-:. '.~*. 



AND MILITIA OF THE BEVOLUTION. 769 

Priealea. 
Samuel Wilson, August 10, 17M). 
Geurge Brpwner, AuKUst 10, X'SO. 
William Stone, August 10, 17S0; on Ruard. 
John Glas§er, August 10, 1780 , od furlough, 
■lames Gilion, August 10, 17S0; on guard. 
Thomas StensuD, August 10, 1780; on command. 
John Slay, August 10, 17W), 
William <;ope, August 10, 1780. 
HuRli Stewart, August 10, 1780. 
Andrew Cheffer, August 10, 1780. 
Ileury Apple, August 10, 1780. 
Alexander Henderson, August 10, 1780. 
Francis Springer. August 10. 1780. 
William BIyth, August 10, 17feO, 
George Grino, August lU, 1780. 
John Parkliill, August 10, 1780. 
Philip SInndler, A*ugu8t 10, 1780. 
Philip Vance, Sr., August 10. 1780. 
William Wright, Auguat 10, 1780. 
Edward Cooty, August 10, 1780. 
Michael Hara, August 10. 1780. 
Jacob Smith, August 10. 1780. 

Frederick Meera, August 10, 1780. 

Frederick Ilines, August 10, 17S0. 
John Williams, August 10, 1780. 

William Stoots. August 10, 1780. 

William McC'leary, August 10, 1780. 

Henry. Gibson, August 10, 1780, 

Jonathan Tattnall, August 10. 1780, 

John Anderaon, August 10, 1780. 

William Lyoha, August 10, 1780. 

Henry Woodley, August 13, 1780 ; substitute. 

Samuel Britton, August 13, 1780 ; on guard. 

Francis Pink, August 13, 1780. 

Andrew Smiley, August 14, 1780. 

Biclmrd Lyndall. August 14, 1780 ; substitute, on guanl. 

Philip "Vance, Jr., August 14, 1780 ; on guard. 

James Man, August 16, 1780. 

Joseph Rhoada, August 15, 1780; on command. 

John Coats, August 15, 1780; on guard. 

Edward Gabriel, August 15, I7S0 ; on guard. 

John OhiUline, August 10, 1780. 
August 81, 17S0. Mustered then Captain Silas En gles' company 

as specified in tlie a' ove roll. 

Sam', Stebbtt, M, M. P. M. 
«-VOL. XIII. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALION'S 



CAPTAIN JOHN BARKER'S COMPANY. 

Muster roll iif Captain John Barker'^ companv, of the TMrd Btgi- 
mtnt of Foot in the service of the Ui'Utd States, eommandfd b;i 
Colonel Williavi Wilt, of the Third eluss of Pkiladttphia ami Di»- 
trieta JUtHtia of the Stott of Pennsv'euxHt. 
Captain. 
John Rurker, com. April 15, ITRO ; nbsent with pennission. 

Lieutenant. 
Tliomas Millard, com. April 16, 1T60. 
Ensign. 
Jacob Esler, com. April 15, 1780. 

Sergeants. 
.Inliii Blowers, app. August 10, 1TR0-, on command. 
.)ohn Dorvill, H|i|). August 10, 1780. 
.John Biisliell, eul. AiiRust 10, 17S0 ; apii. August 13 : on comm:in<I. 

Corporaia. 
.Iiimes McMecliin, app. AuriisI Hi, 1780. 
Tliomas Walker, ajjp. AqrusI IK, 1780 ; on guard. 
Jolin Uudy, app. August 18, 178U ; on commanil. 

Drummer and Fifer. 
JoiiTi Tracey, app. August 15, 17K0; appointed drum mnj'^r. Aug- 
ust L>0. 

Prirales. 
Christian IlaKner, August 10, 1780. 
.lohn Stuffer, August 10, 1780. 
William I'atteu, August 10, 1780. 
Jacob Messner, August 10, 1780. 
Joliu Darragli, August 10, 1780 ; on guard. 
.Jacob Laslier, August 10, 1780; on guard. 
William Bright, August 10, 1780 ; on guard. 
James Bayard, August 10, 1780 ; on guard. 
John Bayard, August 10, 178U. 
AuKUstus Brown, AuKtut 10, 1780. 
Jol)n !^nii(h, AiigUHt 10, nm; on itoni^ 
Daniel RdwiLnI«,Au|mtit 10, 17S0; ouguud. 

" • ft. w. nan. 

ito^iSS^M^KM 10. ■•'<'>■ 

JirfmJHilmT^ti. AuffUBi 10. 17ho. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 771 

George Bond, August 10, 1780 ; sick, absent. • 

Gillam Aertson, August 10, HSO. 

Jacob Cox, August 10, 17S0. 

Joseph Fmnklin, August 10, 1780 ; on guard. 

James Bayley, August 10, 1780 ; absent with leave. 

Richard Carlton, August 10, 1780; deserted 29th instant. 

Reuben Tnpham, August 10, 1780. 

Daniel Charlton, August 10, 1780. 

Casper Weeat, August 10. 1780. 

Sebastian Rink, August 10, 1780. 

John Lehu, August II), 17B0. 

John Thompson, August 10, 1780. 

John Usher, August 10, 17eO. 

Chambers Gaw, August 10, 1780. 

Nicholas Paulus, August 10, 1780. 

John Sowerwald, August 10, 1780. 

George Parker, August 10, 1780 ; on command. 

Thomas Dickson, August in, 1780. 

John Grimier, August 10, 1T80. 

Henry Jones, August 10, 1780. 

James Dexter, August 10, 17H0 ; clerk. 

August 31, 1780. Mastered then Captain John Barker's corn- 
pan;, as specified in the above roll. 

SAM'. Stehbtt, M. M. p. M. 



CAPTAIN RICHARD HUMPHREYS' COMPANY. 

Mutter roil of Captain Rickmrd Humphreys^ company, of (Ke Third 
Begiraent of Foot in the atrviee of the United Slates, commanded 
byLieulenant Colonel Willittm Will, of the TWrd class of Phila- 
delfAia and Districts Xilitia, of the State af PcnnsyEvanto. 

dptain. 
Richard Humphrejrs, com. April IS, 1780. 
XMuCenant. 
A U. Uorris, com. April 16, 1780. 

t, com. April 15, 1T80 ; on duty. 



772 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Sergeants. 
Joseph Bitting, enl. August 10, 1780 ; app. AuKUst 13. 
Georfte Richiti, enl. August 10, 17S0 ; n^p. August 12. 
Thonms Foster, eul. August 10, 1780 ; app. August IS. 

Corporal t. 
' Edward Dichins, eul. August 10, 1780; app. August IQ. 
John Lewis, enl. August 10, 1780; app. August IS. 
William Huddle, enl. Ai^ust 10, 1780 ; app. August 15; on ffufirt]. 

Drummer. 
Adam Helm, app. August 10, 1780. 

Privates. 
Edward Doland, August 10, 17H0. 

Andrew Kennedy, August 10, 1T80; absent witb leave. 
Samuel Sibert, August 10, 1780. 
John Unis, August 10, 1780. 
(!eorge Denzil, August lO, 1780. 
Dernard Ripton, August 10, 1T80. 
.lolin Phillips, August 10, 1780. 
■lacob Suplee, August 10, 17W ; on guard. 
John Kesiier, August 10, 1780. 
Frederick Hankie, August 10, 1780, 
-Tosepli Brown, August 10, 1780. 
George lieignier, August 10, 17H0. 
William Miiris, August 10, 17IS0; absent with leave. 
John Lawrencp, August 10, 17S0. 
Benjamin Merritt, August 10, 1780. 
Gahi Dutreman, August 10. 1780. 
John Gilliner. August 10, 1780. 
Isaac Txtrt, August 10, 1780; on guard. 
John IlHmlltou, August 10. 1780. 

George Evans, August 10, 1730; on duty with his i:xcellenry the 
President, 

September 1", 1780. Mustered then Captain Richard Humph- 
reys' company, as speclfled in the above roll. 

Bah'. ijTBRETT. M. M. P. 21. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 778 



MAJ. RICHARD SALTER'S BATTALION. 



Mc^jor. 
Richard Salter. 

AdJuUiHt, 
Edward Evans. 

Quarter Master. 
Edward Leech. 

Sergeant Major. 
Martin Miller. 

Quarter Master Sergeant. 
John Parker. 

Majorca Clerk, 
William Ramsey. 

Drum Major. 
John Hart, February 4, 1781. 

Fife Major. 
Adam Lecbler, February 4, 1781. 



CAPTAIN CHRISTIAN SHAFFER'S COMPANY. 



Muster roll of Captain Christian Sh<^ffer^s company^ of the Fifth 
Regiment of Foot in Vie service of the United States^ commanded 
hif Major Richard Salter, of the Fifth class, City Philadelphia 
and Districts Militia, of the State of Pennsylvania. 

Captain. 
Christian Shaffer, on command. 

Lieutenant. 
John Patterson, on command. 

Ensign. 
John Hawkins. 

Sergeants. 

Jacob Kittz. app. February 4, 1781. 
Philip Warner, ^p. February 4, 1781. 
Frederick Powell, app. February 4, 1781. 
William Hunter, app. February 4, 1781. 



774 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS. 

(JorpwaU. 
ChriBtian Fite, app. February 4, 1781. 
Frederick Wise, app. February 4, 1781 ; substitute. 
Authony Ammon, app. February 4, 1761. 

Drummer and Fifer, 
John Spade, app. Februacy 4, 1761. 
Sebastian Ueyers, app. February 4, 1781. 

Privatet. 
■lacob Rcitter, February 4, 176L. 
Jolm Walker, (1st..) February 4, 1761. 
Thomas Clarkson, February 4, 1T61. 
Martin Fiss, February 4, 1781. 
David Geary, February 4, 1781, 
Joim Wallace, February 4, 1781. 
James Rue, February 4, 1781. 
Cliarles Sturgeon, February 4, 1781, 
Micliacl Immel!, February 4, 1781, 
Tliomas Eddiaon, February 4, 1781. 
Oorneliua Commeges, February 4, 1781. 
Patrick Farrill. February 4, 1781. 
Fiiilip Sliride, February 4, IT81. 
Jolin Wise. February 4, 17H1 ; on command. 
I'liilip (nioe, February 4. 17M1. 
Samuel Hudson. February 4, 1781 ; clerk. 
Thomas Palmer, February 4, 1781, 
William Ritter, February 4, I7H1. 
Andrew Tryer, February 4, 1781 ; on coramaud. 
George Flowers, February 4, 1781. 
Edward Dickiiis, February 4. 1781 ; substitute. 
Philip Filling, February 4, 1781. . 
Jolm Fitzpatrick, February 4, 17HI. 
Charles Stow, February 4, 1781. 
Robert Taylor, February 4, 1781, 
■lauies Stewart, February 4, 17H1. 
William Hempell, February 4, 1781. 
Phi. Truckimillar, February 4, 1781. 
Charles Rerop, February 4, 1781. 
Christopher Smiih, February 4, 1781. 
John Phillips, February 4, 17»I. 
Jacob Lash, February 4, 178;. 
Geonit' Bivrdick, February 4, 1781. 
Michael PIjui ken horn, February 4, 1781 ; Bubatitute. 
Itauiel McBride, February 4, 17H1 ; substitute. * 
Charles Redding, February 4, 17M1 ; substitute ; on command. 
I'eter ('Olivers, February 4, 17«l ; on comuiaud. 



AND MILITIA OF TUB REVOLUTION. 775 

Jiicob Bister. February 4, 1T81 ; substitute. 

JoUn Elford. February 1, 17H1. 

Jolin Cam, February 4, 17H1. 

John Eunick. February 4, 1781. 

.John Seller, Februarj' 4, 1781. 

Gedrfte Bakehood, February 4, 1761. 

■lohu ShafTely, February 4. 1781. 

Jacob Dice, February 4, 1781, 

Peter llazleton, February 4, 1781 ; on command. 

Tobias Keen, February 4, 1781. 

rhilip Outenhamer. February 4, 1781 ; on commatiil. 

■Tacob Vinot, February 4, \7Hl ; on coinmaud. 

John Suplee, February 4, I7S1. 

Cad- Dickinson, February 4, 1781. 

Joseph Johnston, February 4, 1781. 

Charles Sbillback, February 4, 1781. 

Feter Tritely, February 4, 1781 ; substitute. 

Abraham Peters, February 4, 1781. 

Ar.drew Mclntire, February 4, 1781. 

Andrew Stall, Febniai^ 4, 1781. 

Charles Hobart, February 4, 1781. 

Valentine Cline, February 4. 1781. V 

John Gillmore. February 4, 1781 : substitute. 

David Everliart, February 4, 1781. 

John Walker, (2d,) February 4, 178!. 

Samuel Brock, February 4, 1781, 

George Biekham, February 4, 1781 ; on command. 

John Moore, Ftbruary 4, 1781. 

February 5"', 1781. Mustered 'then Captain Christian Sliaffer's 
company, as specified iu the above roll. 

Sam' Sterett, M. M. P. M. 



CAPTAIN JOHN GEYER'S COMPANY. 

MvitUrmHof Captain John Oeyer^x company, of the Jliird Regimml 

of Foot, ill the aertice of the Untied Ulatex, eommandid bi/ Mnj-r 

Jiickard Saltfr, Enq.. of tlie Fifth diu^. CUy Phitmtelphitt and 

Districta Militia, of the State nf I'rniuylvania. 

Cami'i. 

John Geyer, com. February 4, 1781. 

Litutenanlt. 
Edward Evans, com. February 4. 1781 ; adjutant. 
James James, com. February 4, 1781. 



T79 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Jacob Strembeck, com. February 4, 1781. 

Sergeanli. 
.Folm Plflld, Rpp. February 4, 1781. 
WllltBfn Miller, app. February 4, 1781, 
Henry lliiixtr, ap(». February*, 1781 ; for I^-oyiard Dorsry. 
Willtam Htelner, app. February 4, 1T8I. 

Drummer and Fifer. 
.Iiicob Smltli, app. February 4, 1781. 
.Jacob Fisher, app. February 4, 1781. 

PrivaUa, 
.lolm McCllecli, February 4, 1781. 
Srtinuel Ltnton, February 4, 17MI. 
Daniel Huber, February 4, 1781. 
.lolin Bcrton, February 4, 1781. 
■lames Forrest, February 4, 1781. 
.l)iin«H McClaskey, February 4, 1781. 
Henry Younji, February 4. 1781. 
.luliii Fiiiiify, Fctiruary 4, 17H1, 
Mark Domaii. February 4, 1781. 
.lolin Kltz, February 4, ITHl ; for Martin Baiah. 
.Jacob Trim, Ft'bruiiry 4, 1781. 
Ailiiiii Itewell, February 4. 1T81. 
Siiiiiiiel Fletcher, February 4, 1781. 
('liriHtiaii Ilariliiin, Febrii;iry4. 1781. 
/.elM'diali DiiviilM,' February 4. 1781. 
John Dniiner, Fclirnary 4, 17N1. • 
.Joliii Strciiibaeh, K<;brii:ir)' 4. 1T8I. 
I'etcr Wanuer, February 4, 17«1. 
lliivlil Dii'teritrh. Fi'bruary4, 1781. 
MIcliiit'l 1,1'oiiiml, Febniiiry 4. 1T81 ; excused ut aiu>eul. 
.Iiilin Ki'isM^r, February 4, 17«l. 
DeunJH (.'latiry, Fitbniary 4, 1781 ; sick. 
Diivid Feuton, February 4. 17«1. 
.John Darruli. February 4, 1781. 
.lolin McLaUKhliu, Fi'brnary 4. ITKl. 
■Ihuh-h l'l(iy[Km]e, Feliiiiary 4, 17M. 
David .Mlt-ii, i'Vbruury 4. 17M1. 
Willinrii St.mrt, l-'.-bruury 4, 17SI. 
William Sw.Mlfr, F.'liniiiry 4. ITSl. 
(iiNn'itf lt<'i'linn. February 4. 17>*1. 
.Im-oli <'.H.|"'i-. Ki'bruiiry 4. ITM. 
Ni<>i>l ItolliMUVMlle.', Fel.rn^iiv I. ITsi 
Miiiliu Miller, S. M-, IVlirujirj 4. I7hl : fur Andrew Miller. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUnON. 777 

Israel Matson, February 4, 1T81. 

Chrisliaii Beck, February 4, 1781. 

George Greiuer, February 4, 1781. 

George Mountain, February 4, 1781 ; for Obristian Baker, 

Casper Struble, February 4, 1T8I. 

Tliomas Gerum. February 4, 1781. 

John Weaver, February 4, 17S1. 

Anthony Hagt, February 4, 1781 ; for Jolin Griivenateln. 

Lawrence Reea, February 4, 1781 ; for Luke Keating. 

Francis Burkhart, February 4, 1781 ; substitute for Vf. ILivir- 

Btlck. 
William Rupp, February 4, 1781. 
John Miller, February 4, 1781 ; for Jacob Rusli. 
Henry Denael, February 4, 1781 ; for George llein. 
William Ermin, Februaiy 4, 1781. 
Michael Trusler, February 4, 1781. 
John Strupp, February 4, 1781 ; for Joseph Harper. 
William DouRlaa, February 4, 1781. 
David McCulloch, February 4. 1781. ■ 
James Steel, February 4, 1781. 
Frederick Gravan, February 4, 17S1. 
Gabriel Steinbeck, February 4, 1781. 
George Tlioru, February 4, 1781 ; for John Freymuth. 
Samuel McClure. February 4, 1781. 
Michael Smith, February 4. 1781. 
r»aniel Mullen, February 4, 1781. 
tienry Howicti, February 4, 1781 ; for Michael Miller. 
Biirny O'Nail, February 4, 1781. 
George Spannail, February 4, 1781. 
Ttiomas Englard, February 4, 1781, 
Jostali HatHeld, February 4, 17»1. 
John Hannah, February 4, 1781. 
I'eter Deetz, February 4, 1781, 

Abraham Ackly, February 4, 1781 ; for John Van Deren. 
Adam Bruner, February 4, 1781 ; for Daniel Butler; diactiiin;Hl. 
Hugh McCannel, February 4, 1781 ; for George Markly. 
Lewis Wright, February 4, 1781, 
Tliomaa Achly. February 4, 1781. 
John Rice, February 4, 1781. 
Kobert Comel, February 4, 1781 ; on command. 
George Ueiuhart, clerk, February 4, 1781. 
Christopher Stutzbauch, February 4, 1781, 
John Stanton, February 4, 1781. 

February 9, 1781, Mustered then Captain John Gey er's company, 
as specified in the above roll. 

Saiiu£L Stebett, if. M. P. M. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



CAPTAIN WILLIAM BOWER'S COMPANY. 

Mualer roll of Vaptain William Bouier''s company, of the Fifth Ibgi. 

ment of Foot, in Ae ttroiee of the United States, commandeil bg 

M"joT Uichard Salter, of the Fifth class, citj PkHaddphia.^twt 

Distrieta Mililia of the State of Pennsylvania, February 4, 1781. 

Captain. 

Williaui Bower, com. February 4, 17H]. 

Littdtwint. 

DHvid C. Claypoole, com. February 4, 1781. 

Ensi^m- 
George Way, com. February ^, 1781. 

Sergeanis. 
Jacob Miley, app. February 4, 1781 ; on command. 
Isaiab llazleton, app. Febrtwry 4, 1781, 
Liiwrence Seiitmati, app. February 4, 1781. 
George Coveran, app. February 4, 1781 ; substitute for Philip Stock. 

Cor)A)rala. 
.lolin Wester, app. February 4, 1781. 
Jolin Miley, app. February 4, 1781. 
UBiijaraJn Gosman, February 4, 1781. 
J oitbua Johnson, February 4, 1781. 

Drummer and Fifir. 
George Lechler, app. February 4, 1781. 
James Alexander, app. February 4, 1781. 

Jobn Hall, clerk, February 4, 1781, 

■Samuel Brack, February 4, 17K1 ; absent. 

Henry Beckley, February 4, 1781 ; discharged February 10. 

Jolm Walker. February 4, 1781 ; diBcharged February H». 

<Jbristoptier Wiltwrt, February 4, 1781 ; absent witb Ituve. 

Nicliotiis Fredricks, February 4, 1781. 

I'eter Oxner, February 4. 1781. 

I^urence Ueckley, February 4. 1781 ; sick. 

Jarvis Cliesnut, February 4, 1781. 

JjCwis Baker. February 4, 1781 ; discbarged February 25. 

John Snyiier, February 4, 1781 ; hurt on fatigue. 

Jacob Antlmney, February 4, 17K1 ; discharged February S8. 

I'hiilip Worrell, February 4, 1781. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 779 

Jacob Swalne, February 4, 17S1. 
Willmm Brown, February 4, 1781. 
Nlckodemus Loyd, February 4, 1781. 
John Stringer, February 4, 1781. , 

John Fullensby, February 4. 1781. 
Andrew Day, February 4, 1781. 
Peter Shronk, February 4, 1781. 
Daniel Mackay, February 4, 1761. 
Jacob Sejtar, February 4, 1781. 

Adam Lutts, February 4, 1781. , 

Nicholae Greer, February 4. 1781 ; discharged February 23. 
Michael Perch, Fet ruary 4, 1781. 
William Burkhurt, February 4, 1781. 
Jacob Rail, February 4, 1761. 
Jacob Romer, February 4, 1781. 
James Ferris, February 4, 1781. 

Martin Wartnot, February 4, 1781 ; substitute for Charles Alexander. 
Jacob Painter, February 4, 1781, 
Charles Hansell, February 4, 1781. 
Stophel Heft. February 4, 1731^ 
John Hays, February 4, 1781. 
Peter Greer, February 4, 1781. 
George Bower, February 4, 1781. 

Christian Destiong, February 4, 1781 ; substitnte tor George Apt. 
Henry A|it, February 4, 1781. 

Cbristiaii Hendry, February 4, 1781 ; substitute for John Justice. 
Jacob Clyne, February 4, 1781. 
Peter Snyder, February 4, 1781. 
John Kesner. February 4, 1781. 

Joiin Harmiin, February 4, 1781 ; discharged February SO. 
Jacob Fuller. February 4, 1781. 

Frederick Mouse, February 4, 178) ; disciiarged February 28. 
John Dentin, February 4. 1781 ; absconded February 19. 
John Piper, February 4, 1781 ; substitute tor Isaac Morton ', dis- 
charged February 28. 
George Tetts, Febrnaiy 4, 1781. 
Jacob Toy, February 4, 1781. 
William Wiate, February 4, 1781, 
Casper Wederbugli, February 4, 1781. 
Michael Wolfe, February 4, 1781. 
Isaac Cooke, February 4, 1781. 
Thomas Hall, February 4, 1T8I. 
Martin Kinsley, February 4, 1781 ; substitute. 
William Moore, February 4, 1781 ; discharged February 22. 
William Baylor, February 4, 1781 ; never joined the company 
John Plunket, February 4, 1781 ; discharged February 21. 
George Buck, February 4, 1781. 



780 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS. 

Bitniard Buck, Febnmry 4, 1781. 

John Forder, February 4, 1T61 1 never joined y company. 

■lames Lennard, February 4, 17ai ; dischitrited February 20. 

John Vanlioven, February 4, 1781 ; excused at appeal. 

Jacob Miller, February 4, 1781. 

Peter Carr, February 4, 1781. 

John Miller, February 4, 1781. 

Henry Uiiderwicli, Februaiy 4. 1781 ; major's servant. 

March 5, 1781. Uuslered then Captain William Bower^ com- 
pany, Hs specilled in the above roll. 

8A.1I1JBL STBRETT, M. M 



MAJOR DAVID REESE'S BATTALION. 

Mqjor. 
David Reeae, Esq. 

Adjatant. ■ 
Alexander ISoyle. 
Quarter Master. 
Uliiirlea Darrah. 

CAPTAIN SAMUEL McLANES COMPANY. 

iliisUr roll nf Ci'Dt'^in Samuel McLune's conipani/.of the First Regi. 

mext ''J' Ffiit. in the fieivice of the ITniitil SUUts, commaniJcd 6.7 

Danil Iletse, Eyq., Mnjnr, of the Sixth duns. Citij I'hiludelphia 

and -Distriels Miltli'i, 0/ the State of Pennsylvania. 

Caiitain. 

Siinuiel McLiine, com. July 2, 1781. 

Lieutenant. 
Thomas Adums, com. July 2, 1781. 

Ensign. 
.lames Harris, com. July 2, 1781. 

Serijeantt. 
John Springer, app. July 2, 17N|. 
WiJIiaui Uoj^giu, iipp. July 2, 1781. 



Corporals. 
-liilni Siiii[ison, iipp. July 2, 17S1. 
Conidiii.s Calliibiiu. app. July 2, 1781. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 7H1 

Drummer and Fifer. 
George Franks, upp. July 2, 1781. 
Peter Fud&n, app. July 2, 1781 ; substitute. 

Prioates. 
William Uorbit, July 2. 1781. 
John Poat, July 2, 1781 ; substitute. 
Michael Shoem&ker, July 2, 178). 
Jacob Shreek, July 2, 17S1. 
Henry Benner, July 2, 1781 ; substitute. 
Valentiue VinlioUi, July 2. 1781. 
John Brooks, July 2. 1781. 
Williaro Kepple, July 2, 1781. 
Lawrence Crokan, July 2, 1781. 
Peter Stringer, July 2, 17H1 ; substitute. 
John Philips, July 2, 1781 ; substitute. 
William BomberKer, July 2, 1781. 
George Perkins, July 2, 1781. 
Philip Keever, July 2, 1781. 
John Gallshalk, July 2, 1781. 
Hugh Carney, July 2, 17S1 ; substitute. 
Peter Sliryer, July 2, 1781. 
Michael Roach, July 2, 1781. 
Benjamin MUler, July 2, 17H1. 
Abraham Voliris, July 2. 1781. 
George Shaw, July 2, 1781. 
Peter Simonson, July 2, 1781. 
David Gilbert, July 2, 1781. 
John Beegler, July 2. 1781 ; substitute. 
John Brand, July 2, 1781. 
William Wunderley, July 2, 1781. 
Martin Gillman. July 2, 1781. 
George Lesher, July 2, 1781. 
John Stringer, July 2, 1781. 
Michael Bartliolomew, July 2, 1781. 
John Taylor, July 2, 1781. 
John Raphoon, July 2, 1781 ; substitate. 
Frederick Burkliart, July 2, 1781 ; substltote. 
Peter Beck, July 2, 1781. 
Daniel McBride, July 2, 1781. 
Jacob lialsom, July 2, 1781. 
John Head, clerk, July 2, 1781. 
Jacob Slimmer, July 2, 1781 ; substitute. 

July 4", 1781. Mustered then Captain Samuel Mcl^ne's com- 
pany, as specified in the above roll. 

8AHQSL 8TKRBTT, M. V 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



CAPTAIN CONRAD RUSH'S COMPANY. 

Mualer roll of Cnptain Conrnd Ruth's compani/, of the Third Rtgi- 

ment of Fool, in the service of the United States, eomman(I«ii by 

Dawl Reese, E»q., Major, of the Sixth class. City Fhiladeiphia and 

Districts JUilUiit of the Stute of Pennsylvania. 

Captain. 

Conrad Rush, com. July 2, 1781. 

Lieutenant. 

Henry Hummerer, com. July 2. 1781. 
Ensign. 

Michael Katz, com. July 2, 1781. 

Sergeants. 

Henry Deitz. app. July 2, 1781. 

John Linton, app. July 2, 1781. 

Corporals. 

Jacob Kreiner, app. July 2, 1781 ; on euard. 

David Thomson, app. July 2, ITKI ; substitute. 

Adam Rein, app. July 2, Ithi. 

Drummer and Fiftr. 

Geot^ I.,echler, app. July 3, 1781 ; hired. 

John Meyer, app. July 3, 1T81. 

Pricales. 

JohH'Hemble, July 2, 1781 ; substitute. 

John Frcas, July2, 1781. 

Jacob Sulffur, July 2, 1T8I. 

Adam Dieder, July 2, 1781. 

William Miison, July 2, 1781. 

Michael Wenip, July 2, 1781. 

Frederick Fiffer, July 2, 1781. 

Jacob HemplemiV, July 2, 1781, 

Sebastian Wooley, July 2. 1781. 

Mathew Foulke, .Tuly 2, 17S1. 

John Mclntire, July 2. 1781. 

Andrew Von Weiler, July 2, 1781. 

l^iKniDnd Ilaftlegans, Jul> .', 1781 ; sick. 

James Dutidiis, July 2, 1781. 

Peter Cimjier, July 2, 1781. 

John Friend, July 2, 1781. 



AND MIJJTIA OF THE BEVOLUTtON. 7S3 

Chriatiaii Shane, July 2, 17SI. 
George Weefeerly, July 2, 1781. 
Jacob Clumberg, July 2, 1781 ; subatituto. 
Jacob Newman, July 2, 1781 ; absent. 
JohnSpati, July2, 1781. 
Jacob iluber, July 2, 1781. 
Charles SIghta, July 2, 1781. 
Joiui Roush, July 2, 1781. 
George iieck, July 2, 1781. 
Pastorus Winu, July 2, 1781. 
Jacob Gallager, July 2, 178i. 
Mathew Bryon, July 2, 1781, 
Peter Heimer, July 2, 1781. 
Charles Cooper, July 2, 1781. 
Jacob Eiler, July2, 1781. 
John Bohr, July 2, 1781. 
Charles Evert, July 2, 1781. 
Charles Rosen , July 2, 1781. 
I'hillpMaus, July2, 1781. 
Thomas Hains, July 2, 1781 , 
ChriatJau Boseii, July 2, 1781. 
George Page, July 2, 1781 ; substitute. 
Matthew Ilardiug, July 2, 1781. 
Leonard Jacobie, clerk, July 2, 1781. 

July 4, 1781. Mustered then Captain Conrad Bush's company, 
as specified iu tlie at)Ove roll. 

Samuel bXEKBTT, M. Jtf. 



CAPTAIN JAMES HOOD'S COMPANY. 

MiaUr roll of Captain James Hood't company, of the Fourth Stgi- 
menl of Foot, in the service of the United SlaUg, commanded by 
David Jieese,Esii., Major, of the Sixth eia»»,cxti/PtiHadelphia and 
Districts Militia, of the Staleof PenniMihaaia. 

VapUUn. 
James Hood, com. July 2, 178]. 

Litulenanl. 
DavM Henderson, com. July 1, 1781. 

Ensign. 
James McCulloch, com. July 2, 1781. 



7W ASS.'X:iATED UATTALIOXi 

SergeunU. 
Adiim Esler, app. July 2, 1781. 
I'reilerick I'owel, July 2, 17H1 ; aubstitntp ; on duty. 

Drummer and Fifer. 
Henry Kensel, app. July 2, 1781. 
Jncob Fisher, app. July 2, I7S1. 

Prieatts. 
Jacob Henriffle, July S, 17S1. 
Joliii Frombericer, July 2, 1781 ; on duty. 
AlbXHiider Miller, July 2, 1781. 
jHOies Johnson, July 2, 1781. 
Jamea AdiiniB, July 2, 1781. 
Peter Bluncher, July 2, 1781. 
Tlioroiis GeorRe, July 2, 1781, 
Edwnrd Middlcton, July 2, 1781. 
Lewis Reiiiuck, July 2, 1781 : absent with leave. 
Jolin Potts, July2, 17H1. 
Michael Sowerwiilt, July 2, 17S1. 
Daniel MrDomild, July 2, 1781. 
David Gitty, July 2. 17S1. 
.lobii Cliarters, July 2, 17H1. 
Thomas Newark, July 2, 1781. 
Henry Ufcl, July2, 1781. 
William Parks, July 2. 1781. 
Andrew Thomson, July 2, 1781. 
Isaac NIcols, July 2, 1781. 
Jolin Pcrtkins, July 2. 17.S1. 
Jacob Sohna, July 2, 17«1. 
Henry Harbst, July 2, I7S1 ; on guard. 
Nicliolas Keyser. July 2. 1781 ; on guard. 
Martin W.ill, July i', 17K1. 
Robert McColoch, July 2. 17M1. 

William Itadislier, July 2, 1781 ; substitute ; on ftuanl. 
Casper Wall, July 2, 17H1. 
Jucob Steinraeyer, July 2, 1781 ; on guai'd. 
Michael Katia, July 2, 1781 ; substitute ; on guard. 
Christian Layer, July 2. 1781 ; on (tuard. 
Thomas Peters, July 2, 1781 ; clerk. 
Casinier Dillwick, July 2, 1781. ' 

Thiimas Haiua, July 2, 1781 ; mustered in Captain Conrad Bus'i':- 

July 4'", 1781. Mustered Iheu (laptHin Jamei Hood's company, 
as Bi*cilled in the above roll. 

Samuel Steuett, M. M. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 785 



CAPTAIN WARWICK COATS, JR.'S COMPANY. 



Muster roll of Ckiptain Warxoick Coats, Jr.^s company^ of the Sixth 
Regiment of Foot in the service of the United StcUes^ commanded 
by David Beese^ Esq,^ Major of part of the Sixth and Seventh 
classes. City Philadelphia and DistricU Militia, of the State of 
Pennsylvania. 

Captain. 

Warwick Coats, Jr., com. September 1, 1781. 

Ension. 
Casper Xleckner, com. September 1, 1781. 

Sergeants. 

Greors^ Britt, app. September 1, 1781. J 

Frederick Raveley, app. September 1, 1^81. 
Francis Woolfall, app. September 1, 1781. 

Drummer and Fifer. 
Landrof Drayton, app. September 1, 1781; hired. 

Privates. 

Charles Miller, September 1, 1781. 
Benjamin Hall, September 1 , 1781 ; absent. 
Thomas McMahan, September 1, 1781 ; substitute. 
Francis Bower, September 1, 1781 ; substitute. 
William Powell, September 1, 1781. 
Philip Young, September 1, 1781. 
Godfrey Mennie, September 1, 1781. 
Christian Gentzell, September 1, 1781. 
Isaac Harris, September 1, 1781. 
Henry Knox, September 1, 1781 ; absent. 
Michael Rainebow, September 1, 1781 ; unfit for duty. 
Henry Hover, September 1, 1781. 
George Willson, September 1, 1781. 
John Rittinger, September 1, 1781. 
James Shingleton, September 1, 1781. 
James Erwin, September 1, 1781. 
Christian Ritts, September 1, 1781. 
Peter Gordon, September 1, 1781. 
John Hunter, September 1, 1781 ; clerk. 
Christian Gossner, September 1, 1781. 
John Fink, September 1, 1781. 
John Murdock, September 1, 1781. 
Anthony Perkenpile, September 1, 1781. 
Peter Sunlighter, September 1, 1781. 
60- Vol. XIII. 



780 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Adam Uetz, Sept«niber l, 1781. 
Feter Begementer, September 1, 1781. 
Jacob Bost, September 1, 1781. 
Philip Cromly, September 1, 1781. 
Jacob Cromlf , September 1, 1781. 
Henry Spell, September 1, 1781. 
Daniel Hendy, September 1, 1781. 
Jolin Adams, September 1, 1781. 
Lewis Gamet, September 1, 1781. 

Septembers', 1781. Uusteredtbea Captain Warwick Coats. Jr.': 
company, as specified Id the above roll. 

Sahdbl Sterett, M. M. 



CAPTAIN GEORGE TAYLOR'S COMPANY. 

Muster roll of Captain George Taylor's company, of the Fimt Hegi- 
tiienf of Foot, in the service of the United Slates, eommandeil ly 
Major Damd Seeae, consisting of part of y Sixth and of the Seventh 
ctnesea. City Philadelphia und Districts Militia, of the State of 
Pennsylvania. 

Captain. 
George Taylor, com. September 1, 1781, 
Lieutenant. 
John Hellings, com. September 1, 1781. 

' Ensign, 
James Harris, com. Sept«mber l, 1781. 
Sergeants. 
Edward Dickins, app. September 1, 1781. 
Joseph Wamer, app. September 1, 1781. . 
Matthew Pratt, app. Septemlwr 1, 1781. 

Drummer and Fifer. 
William Hirst, app. September 1, 1781. 
John Funks, app. September 1, 1781 ; liired. 

Privates. 
John Metz, September 1, 1781. 
Henry Benner, September 1, 1781. 
Christiiin ISyerly, September 1, 1781. 
George Cooper, Jr., September 1, 1781. 
Jonatlian DrHi)er, September 1, 1781. 
William Cliain, September 1, 1781. 



AND MILITIA OF THE BEVOLUTION. 7B7 

Bobert Lilley, September 1, ITS]. 

Peter Stringer, September 1, 1781 ; aubatltute. 

SimsoD Ovron, September 1, 1781. 

Peter Fipld, September 1, 1781. 

Daniel McBride, September 1, 1781 ; substitute for J. Wllsnn. 

Daniel Craig, September 1, 1781. 

Jolin BrowD, September 1, 1781. 

John Dupuy, September 1, 1T8I. * 

Jacob Supple, September 1, 1781 ; snbstitute. 

Henry Wolf, September 1, 1781. 

John ITayes, September 1, 1781. 

Frederick Henshaw, September 1, 1781. 

Nlcliolas Schreinet, September 1, 1781. 

George Snake, September 1, 17H1. 

Christian HJnkle, September I, 1781. 

Daniel Knodell, September 1, 1781. 

George Sliall, September 1, 1781. 

William Nicliolaon, September 1. 1781. 

Jacob IToutcbell, September 1, 1781. 

Daniel Evans, September 1, 1781. 

Edward McCoy, September 1, 1781. 

John Wagoner, September 1, 1781. 

John Manderlleld, September 1, 1781. 

Leonard Croneman, September 1. 1781. 

John Eunice, September 1, 1781. 

John Wueherer, September 1, 1781. 

Everhard Longcopt, September 1, 1781. 

Joseph Clinton, September 1, 1781. 

William Barnes. September 1, 1781. 

Nathan Jones, September 1, 1781 ; clerk. 

Septembers', 1781. Mustered Uieo Captain Greorge Taylor's com- 
pany, as specified in the above roll. 

Saxubii Stbbstt, M. M. 



CAPTAIN TENCH FRANCIS* COMPANY. 

A roll of Captain Tench Francia' company, Firtt hnXtalion, Phiia- 
delphia Militia, LitvUnant Voiontl Jama Rttd, Etq., PkiUuhl- 
pkia, August, 17S1. 

Captain. 
Tench Francis. 

LiattenaiU. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 



.Tolm Thompoon. 
Charles Logan. 
Benjamin Bandolph. 
Jeremiah Cresaon. 
Samael Lobdon. 
Samuel Howell. 
Isaac Pearson. 
William Pearsoii. 
GeorRe Bond, artUleTT. 
Jolm B urchin. 
Charles Lamer. 
Francis Lee. 
■Tames Tumist. 
Martin McGrose. 
George Heyl. 
Charles Phlle. 
William Richards. 
John Phile. 
Jehot Polk. 
Hugh Flattery- 
Daniel Stonemetts. 
James Hendricks. 
Job Bacon. 
Christopher Rauch. 
James Farmer. 
John Brooks. 
George Bardich, 
John Fendletou. 
.Samuel Dunlap. 
John Iliigan. 
Jolin Francis. 
John Field. 
.Samuel Bittle. 
George Dallman. 
John Jones. 
John Lowden. 
Grccnlmry Dorcey. 
Thorn ii8 Moore. 
Nathaniel Smith. 
James Purchill. 
John Wuelierer. 
William Keppley. 



AND MILITIA OP THE BEVOLUTION. 



John Schot. 
Charles Canary. 
John Doltney. 
Thomas Foultney. 
Mosses BinK- 
PhUip FuUeo. 



CAPTAIN WORRELL'S COMPANY— 1 781. 



Demos Worrell. 

WilsoD. 

Peacock Major. 



David Combes. 
Joseph Fisher. 
Abraham Fiaher. 
John Hone. 
Abenezar Jones. 
Williain Parker. 
Hugh Foland. 
James Rjen. 
.lease Coltoms. 
David CaruB. 
Thomas Cole man. 
James Logan. 
Jacob Shaw. 
Garret Hone. 
John Cook, 
Baltes Neal. 
Thomas Ilames. 
Robert Allen. 
John McM asters. 
Jacob Hamer. 
Patrick McOarze. 
Charles Sliaw. 
John GoodwiD. 



Captain. 

Lieutenant. 

£luiign. 

Priwaea. 



780 ASSOCIATED BATTALIOIfS 

John Fry. 
John Norman. 
Willfftm Jinkena. 
Ifathaniel Gordon. 
KHltes :Neal. 
Charles Shaw. 

May the S'", 1781. I Do hereby Certify that the witlifn is a true 
Keturn under my Derecllon, and Peacock Major was Duly Elected 
Enaighn for Abington towndiip,2' Battalion. Philadelphia county, 
ill place of Jacob Hufty, remove' into Jersey Stat«. Witness my 
hand. 

W". Dean, S. L., 
t^ D. P. C. 



EIGHTEEN MONTHS' MEN--1781. 

lielurn of a detachment of men enlisted for eighteen nioitha at the 
Hdrracks, Jubj tS, 1781. 

Thomas Jenkins, Pennsylvania; twenty; five feet tea inches; 

gray ; dark brown ; fair ; laborer, 
George Clark, Ireland ; twenty-live ; Ave feet five and one fourth 

inches ; ; black ; fair ; laborer. 

Peter Beatty, England; thirty-one; five feet four inches; blue: 

dark brown ; dark ; laborer. 
Stephen Coquil, jjwitzerland ; thirty-six ; five feet five inches ; dark 

liazel ; black ; fresh ; laborer. 
Michael Campbell, Ireland ; thirty-nine ; Ave feet Bve and one lialf 

incites ; gray ; dark ; fair and fresh ; lal)orer. 
Ricliard Kennedy, Ireland; twenty-one; Ave feet seven inches; 

bine ; fair ; brown ; laborer. 
William Fisch, Pennsylvania : seventeen ; five feet four inches ; 

dark gray ; liglit browii ; brown ; laborer. 
Pliilip Lunning, Pliiladelphia ; thirty ; Hve feet five inches ; gray ; 

black ; brown ; cooper. 
Thomas Brown, Ireland; twenty; Ave feet seven inches; gray; 

dark ; fair and fresh ; fuller. 
Reubin Parker, Englatul ; twenty-flve ; Ave feet eight and one half 

inclies; ; diuk ; fair; carjienter. 

John Finney, Ireland ; twerity-seveu ; Ave feet nine inches ; blue ; 

black ; brown ; bricklayer. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 791 

Tbomaa Ramsey, EDgland ; twenty-Bve ; five feet tea inches ; gny ; 

brown ; brown ; Bailor. 
William Lowe, Maryland' ; twenty-six ; five feet seven Inches ; gray; 

dark brown ; fair ; blacksmith. 
James Green, England; twenty-four; Ave feet eight inches ; black; 

dark ; black ; laborer. 
Richard Hackett, England ; tbirty-flve ; five feet five inches ; gray ; 

black ; dark ; shoemaker. 
Jacob Creraer, Germany ; twenty-one ; five feet six inches ; gray ; 

light brown ; fair ; laborer. 
Jamee Galloway ; no description. 



CAPTAIN PHILIP WAGGONER'S COMPANY. 

Mutter roll of Captain Philip Waggoner'B company, of the Second 

Begiment of Foot in the terviee of li« UniUd Statta, commanded by 

Philip Waggoner, Captain of the SecttUli class, Oity Philadelphia 

and Districts JUilitia, of the State of Penmylvania. 

Captain. 

Philip Waggoner, com. Kovember 1, 1781, 

Lieutenant. 
Henry Shropp, com. November 1, 1781. 

Enaian. 
John Casner, com. November 1, 1781. 
SeryeanU. 
Henry Meyer, app. November 1, 1781, 
Henry Uenner, app. November 1, 1781 ; substitute. 
Jacob Krigmeyer, app. Novemt>er 1, 1781 ; on guard. 

Corporals. 
Peter Sheaft, app. November 1, 1781. 
Henry Deuney, app. November 1, 1781 ; substitute. 
John Keel, app. November 1, 1781 ; on guard. 
Henry Werter, app. November 1, 1781 ; substitute. 

Ihrummer and Fifer. 
Frederick Dover, app. November 1, 1781. 
Wangal Cart, app. November 1, 1781. 
Privates. 
Henry Seamon, November 1, 178], 
Daniel Smith, November 1, 1781. 
Charles Alexander, November 1, 1781. 
Daniel Knodell, November 1. 1781 ; substitnte. 



792 ASSOCIATED BATTALIONS 

Adam Beck, November 1, 1781 ; substitute. 

John Haas, November 1, 1781 ; substitute. 

Heury Davlin, November 1, 1781. 

John Kensell, November 1, 1781. 

Thomas Mitchell, November 1, 1781 ; excused at appeal ; sick. 

Godfrey Shronk, November 1, 1781. 

Jacob Hull, November 1, 1781. 

John Sclecter, November 1, 1781 ; on guard. 

Greorge Link, November 1, 1781 ; on guard. 

Mathias Nuniviller, November 1, 1781 ; on guard. 

Thomas Philips. November 1, 1781 ; substitute. 

James West, November 1, 1781 ; on guard. 

Godfrey Felton, November 1, 1781 ; on guaixL. 

Peter Vup, November 1, 1781 ; on guard. 

John Miller, November 1, 1781 ; on guard. 

George Crouscoop, November 1, 1781 ; on guard. 

John Frickheifen, November 1, 1781 ; on guard. 

Thomas Thomson, November 1, 1781 ; on guard. 

Ignas Sengerly, November f, 1781 ; on guard. .. 

Pliilip Cline, November 1, 1781 ; on guard. 

Francis Brownholtz, November 1, 1781 ; on guard. 

George Stoutz, November 1, 178L; on guard. 

Abraham Tustin, November 1, 1781 ; on guard. 

Jacob Beckley, November 1, 1781 ; on guard. 

John Smith, November 1, 1781 ; on guard. 

John Stonemetz, November 1, 1781 ; on guard. 

Leonard Creamer, November 1, 1781. 

Peter Snyder, November 1, 1781 ; substitute; on guard. 

George Bower, November 1, 1781 ; substitute ; on guard. 

George Kittling, November 1, 1781 ; substitute. 

Henry Yagell, November 1, 1781 ; substitute. 

John Meloney, November 1, 1781 ; substitute. 

Christian Shitz, November 1, 1781 ; substitute. 

Henry Smalls, November 1, 1781. 

Philip Witsell, November 1, 1781. 

Robert Burk, November 1, 1781. 

Christopher Shoemaker, November 1, 1781. 

Charles Vanard, November 1, 1781. 

Christian Wilkinson, November 1, 1781 ; sick ; excused at appeal. 

Adam Macksiner, November 1, 1781. 

Gabriel Geshall, November 1, 1781. 

Peter Nei, November 1, 1781. 

William Renshaw, November 1, 1781 ; clerk. 

November 3, 1781. Mustered then Captain Waggoner's com- 
pany, as specified in the above roll. 

Samuel Sterbtt, Jf. M. P. M. 



AND MILITIA OF THE REVOLUTION. 798 

CAPTAIN JOHN JACOBS' COMPANY. 

[The following list is without date, and is endorsed "The neces- 
Bariea for Captain John Jacobs' men's shoes, stockings, blankets."] 
Adam Hof man. 
Antoui Muth. 
Henry TJhry. 
Adam Di ether. 
William Graw. 
George Abb. 
Henry Flick. 
Philip Knebs. 
Martin Wiland. 
Earls FrisB. 
Christian Kroft. 
Christian Roll. 
Philip Stringer. 
John Rittenhim. 
Icba Jacobs. 
John Gotsle. 
Henry Abb. 
Jacob Walter. 
Christian Berg. 
Andras II ag. 
Ludwig Dies. 
Simon Marcli. 
William Stall. 
Casper Shusler. 
Christian Sliuts. 
William Strudt. 
Peter Gabal. 
Jacob Sh finer. 
Conrad Bear. 
Henry Sohade. 
John Hauck. 
George Strin. 
Michael Wild. 
Jacob Werner. 
Paul Eroninger. 
Frederick Ulrich. 
Andoni Bato. 
Philip Kitslnger. 
Geo]^ Scheibeler. 
Andone Blum. 



ASSOCIATED BATTALION!:;. 



SEVEN MONTHS' HEN— 1783. 

Setvm of (Ae Seven MotUha' Men fvmialwd by Colonel Danitl 
Hietter, Jr.'e battalion, of PkOadelphia Vounty Militia. 
Feter DugHfis. 
Dewalt Young. 
JoBt Shott. 
Martin Weldkaeght. 
Casper Wetzler, 
Klllian Keppler. 
Jacob HiuTis. 
Feter HllleRoase. 
Talentine Grofl. 
Tobias BoEfts. 

Andrew Shaffer, since enlisted during the war. 
Henry Heineman. 
Jacob Weldkneght. 
Adam Marcktey. 

Miller, since enlisted during tbe war. 

Mich. Croll, S. L. P. C. 



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