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PORTSMOUTH 
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ROLLS AND DOCUMENTS 



RELATING TO 



SOLDIERS 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR, 



APPENDIX, 

EMBRACING SOME INDIAN AND FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATURE. 



VOLUME III — OF THE WAR ROLLS. 
VOLUME XVI — OF THE SERIES. 



COMPILED AND EDITED BY 



ISAAC W. HAMMOND, A. M., 

LIBRARIAN NEW HAMPSHIRE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 



" He who takes no interest in the history of his ancestors does not deserve to be 
remembered by his posterity" 



MANCHESTER, N. H. : 

JOHN B. CLARKE, PUBLIC PRINTER. 
1887. 



JOINT RESOLUTION relating to the preservation and publication of portions of 
the early state and provincial records and other state papers of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened : 

That His Excellency the Governor be hereby authorized and empowered, with 
the advice and consent of the Council, to employ some suitable person — and fix his 
compensation, to be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropri- 
ated — to collect, arrange, transcribe, and superintend the publication of such por- 
tions of the early state and provincial records and other state papers of New Hamp- 
shire as the Governor may deem proper ; and that eight hundred copies of each 
volume of the same be printed by the state printer, and distributed as follows : 
namely, one copy to each city and town in the State, one copy to such of the public 
libraries in the State as the Governor may designate, fifty copies to the New Hamp- 
shire Historical Society, and the remainder placed in the custody of the state libra- 
rian, who is hereby authorized to exchange the same for similar publications by 
other States. 

Approved August 4, 1881, 

In accordance with the foregoing resolution, the Governor, with advice of the 
Council, on the twelfth day of October, 1881, appointed and commissioned 
Isaac W. Hammond as "Editor and Compiler of State Papers." 



EDITOR'S PREFACE. 



This volume completes the publication of the Revolutionary War 
Rolls so far as they can now be obtained. All of the rolls and doc- 
uments in the possession of the State, and all that the editor could 
obtain elsewhere, have been used in the compilation of the work. 
Other material of the kind is supposed to be in existence, and may 
be obtained at some future time, and may not. This volume con- 
tains the town returns and accounts, which will be found of great 
value as indicating the residences of the men, which many of the 
rolls fail to do. It also contains all the material that could be found 
in the state archives relating to pensioners, a number of Indian and 
French war rolls not heretofore published, and a short Revolutionary 
diary. 

The fact that interest in historical research and in the preservation 
of all original documents pertaining to the days of our ancestors is 
on the increase among our people is one of the encouraging features 
of the times. Many valuable manuscripts of ancient dates have 
been destroyed, and it is important that all that are still in existence 
which give any information relative to the history of our State 
should be printed, and thus placed beyond the reach of destructive 
elements and the autograph hunter, and made accessible to the future 
historian. The public interest in and general demand for the work is 
abundantly proved by frequent calls for the loan of advance sheets 
of this volume, which have been in use almost continuously since 
the commencement of its publication. 

Great care has been taken in transcribing the documents and in 
compiling a full and complete index. Although some errors will 
undoubtedly be found, the editor hopes the number will be small. 

As many local histories are being compiled, the editor desires to 
call attention to the importance of an exhaustive index to all such 



IV EDITOR S PREFACE. 

works. An historical work loses half its value without it. Every 
occurrence of names of persons and places should be indexed, and 
the information contained in the volume thus rendered accessible to 
historical, genealogical, and biographical students. 

The next volume will contain a collection of miscellaneous provin- 
cial and state documents of much historic value, dating from 1680 to 
1800. HAMMOND. 



ABSTRACT OF GENERAL CONTENTS. 



1780. 

Return of officers in First Regiment . 

officers in Second Regiment 

officers in Third Regiment . 

first company, Third Regiment 

second company, Third Regiment 

Captain Frye's company 
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Ellis's 
" Gilman's 

Ellis's 
Major Norris's 
Captain Livermore's company 

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" Stone's 

McGregore's " 

" Hawkins's " 

" Gray's " 

Third Regiment men . 
men who served in other state organizations 
Major Whitcomb's rangers ..... 

Colonel Henry Jackson's regiment 

New Hampshire men in Col. Hazen's regiment, Mass., 

Petition from officers in continental regiments 

New Hampshire men in Col. Flower's regiment . 

Return of General Poor's brigade 

Continental regiments, recruits .... 

Pay-roll for same ....... 

Muster-roll for same, with residences 

New Hampshire men in Col. Jackson's regiment . 

List in part of the new levies .... 

Men recruited by Henry Dearborn 
Three months' men at West Point 



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25 
27 

30 
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35 
38 
40 
42 
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45 
46 
47 

48, 54, 55 
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5i, 53 
56 
58-69 
70-89 
90-100 
101 
102 
103 
104 



VI 



GENERAL CONTENTS. 



Captain Kinsman's return 
Colonel Bartlett's staff-roll 
Captain Jewell's Co. 
" Aiken's Co. 
" Gordon's Co. 
" Emerson's Co. . 
" Sinclair's Co. 
" Eastman's Co. 
" Leavitt's Co. 
Butler's Co. 
Colonel Nichols's staff-roll 
Captain Page's Co. 

Kidder's Co. . 
" Barron's Co. 
" Webster's Co. . 
" Stevens's Co. . 
" Houghton's Co. 
" Whittier's Co. . 
" Spaulding's Co. 
" Leavitt's Co., abstract of pay-roll 

Butler's Co. . 
" Sinclair's Co. " " 

Portsmouth men in Captain Jewell's Co. 
Recruits for Whitcomb's rangers . 
Captain Stone's Co., pay-roll 

" Runnel's Co., muster-roll 
" " pay-roll 

Major Whitcomb's muster-roll 

" " return, residences 

Captain Paine's Co. 
Promotions in Continental regiments 
New arrangement of officers 
Third New Hampshire Continental 
Return of Colonel's Co. 

" Captain Gilman's Co. . 
" " Livermore's Co. 

Major Wait's Co. . 
" Captain McGregore's Co. 
" " Ellis's Co. 

" Colonel Dearborn's Co. 
" Captain Frye's Co. 

Dennett's Co. . 
Lieutenant Piper's men at Portsmouth 



Regiment, 1780 



140, 



170, 
'178, 



192, 



GENERAL CONTENTS. 



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Second Regiment, 1781. 



Depreciation rolls to January 1, 1781 
First Regiment ..... 
Second Regiment . ' . 
Third Regiment ..... 
Petition of soldiers at Fort Washington 
Summary of troops raised in 1780 

1781. 

Editorial note ....... 

Return of New Hampshire force in Continental Army 

First Regiment, 1781. Captain Farwell's return 

Livermore's return 

Frye's 

Gilman's 

Sartwell's 

Dustin's 

Munroe's 

Ellis's 

Robinson's 

McGregore's 

Dustin's 

Fogg's 

Chase's 

Dennett's 

Cherry's 

Captain Dearing's roll, Fort Washington 

State bounty to continental soldiers 

Receipts for bounty " " 

" for gratuity, camp on James River 

Recruits for Continental Army, residences 

Frontier and West Point men, introduction 
Enlistment document .... 
Six months' men raised for West Point 
Colonel David Webster's return . 

" John McClary's " 3 months' men 

" Noah Lovewell's " 
Portsmouth volunteers' 
Colonel Wentworth's return 

" John Webster's return 
John Bell's 

" Thomas Stickney's return 
Captain Dearing's Co., order 



197 

197-203 

203-208 

208-213 

214 

215 



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220 
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222 
223 
224 
225 
227 
228 
229 
230 
231 
232 

233 
234 
235 
239 
241 
242 
246 

249 
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251 
258 
258 
259 
260 
261 
262 
263 
263 
264 



Vlll 



GENERAL CONTENTS. 



New Hampshire men in Col. Hazen's regiment, Mass. . 265 

Continental regiments, 1781 ; abstract of pay . . 267-280 

First Regiment . . . . . ... . 267-271 

Second Regiment ........ 271-276 

Third Regiment ........ 276-279 

Captain Jacob Smith's rangers, pay-roll . . . . 281 

Summary of service in 1781 . . . . . . . 283 

Captains Walker and Osgood, scouts ..... 284 

1782. 

Bounty list, continental soldiers ...... 285 

Enlistment document, 1782 ....... 288 

Sergeant Blake's scouting party ..... 288-292 

" James Ladd's scouting party ..... 293 

Editorial relative to raising men ...... 293 

Captain Ebenezer Webster's rangers ..... 295 

" Jonathan Smith's " ..... 298 

Sergeant Philip Page's scouts ...... 299 

Captain Salter's Co., Portsmouth ...... 300 

Promotions in continental regiments ..... 300 

New Hampshire men who served in independent regiments . 301 

New Hampshire men in Gen. Hazen's regiment, Mass. . 304 

Casualties in First Regiment ...... 306 

Colonel Bedel's regiment, in part, 1777, 1778 . . 306-314 

Captain Young's Co. ........ 307 

Wheeler's Co. ........ 308 

Cushman's Co. . . . . . . . . 310 

Holden's Co 311 

Butterfield's Co 311 

Taylor's Co. . . . . . . . . 312 

Lovewell's Co. . . . . . . . . 313 

Lyme militia roll, 1776. . . . . . . . 314 

Miscellaneous Rolls. 

Captain James Gray's Co., in part . . . . . 316 

Guard at Exeter jail, 1777 . . . . . . . 316 

Roll of soldiers at New Castle, 1786 . . . . 317,318 

" " " 1787 319 

Pension Documents. 

List of invalids examined and pensioned . . . . 320 

Pensioners paid by Mr. Gilman, 1782 321 



GENERAL CONTENTS. 



IX 



List of pensioners, 1785 .... 

" " l 7&7> mention of wounds 

" " residences 

1789 

" " " soldiers' widows 

Pay-roll, officers' widows and invalids . 
Report of committee on invalids . 
Pay-roll, officers' widows and invalids, 1788, 1789 
Pension-roll, November, 1789 
Editorial relating to pensions 
Petitions for pensions, committee and surgeons' reports 
Editorial relative to town returns 
Towns' returns of soldiers, arranged alphabetically 
Abatement of soldiers' poll-taxes . 
Individual accounts for losses in service 
Action of Legislature relative to towns' expenditures 
Towns' accounts for bounties, etc. 
Towns' accounts in detail, alphabetically 

Appendix 

Sergeant Hilliard's scouts, 171 2 
Londonderry Troopers, 1744 
Samuel Miller's scouts, 1744 
Timothy Roberts's scouts, 1744 
Jeremiah Clough's " 1745 
William Moulton's " 1745 
Colonel Gilman's regiment, 1740 
John Humphrey's troopers, 1745 
William Miles's scouts, 1745 

Captain Hanson's troopers, 1745 

" Dudley Odlin's, 1745 

" Thomas Bell's Co., 1745 

" John Huckins's scouts, 1745 

" John Goffe's " 1745 

" Daniel McGregore's Co., 1745 

" John Gregg's scouts, 1746 

" Francis Lock's Co., 1746 

" James Guppy's Co., 1746 

" John Goffe's Co., 1746 

" John Webster's Co., 1747 

" Jeremiah Clough's Co., 1746-47 

" Thomas Bell's Co., 1747-48 

" James Campbell's Co., 1750 



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325 
328 

330 
555 

334, 337 
335 
343 
344 
347 

347-496 

497 
498-523 

524 
525-531 

533 
534-548 
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899 
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900 
901 
902 

903 
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905 
906 
906 
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910 
911 
912 
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915 
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GENERAL CONTENTS. 



Captain Elisha Winslow's Co., 1755 
Colonel Josiah Willard's Co., 1755 

" Joseph Blanchard's regiment, 1754 
Captain Robert Rogers's roll, 1755 

General Folsom's orders, 1 775 

Officers in Twelfth Militia Regiment, 1775 

" on ship Raleigh, 1777 

Men on brig Dartmouth, 1775 

Polly .... 

Receipt from men on Winter Hill, 1776 
Captain Whitcomb's Co., l 777~7% 

" Tarlton's Co., 1778 

List of British prisoners, 1781-83 

" New York tories 
Captain Isaac Farwell's Co., 1 776-1 782 
Diary of Abraham Fitts, 1777 
Index to towns, places, etc. . 
Index to names of persons . 



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920 
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923 
924 
924 
925 
926 
926 
927 
927 
929 
932 
934 
936 
941 

949 



EXPLANATION. 

The figures in brackets at the beginning of each document refer to the volume: 
and page of the original manuscript in the adjutant-general's department. 



CORRECTIONS. 

Page 106, Micher Moses should be Micah Morse. 
133, Samuel Straw may be Samuel Shaw. 
160, Jos. Gilman, Jr., should read Josiah Gilman, Jr. 
301, Hanet Kimball should read Hanes Kimball. 
353, Line 7 from bottom, fount should be found. 
385, Oxford should be Orford. 
405, W. T. Langdon should be W? Langdon. 
536, Sineon Burt should be Simeon Burt. 
780, John Wills should be John Mills. 
903, Thomas Crisby should be Thomas Cristy. 



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REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 9 

[6-1 1] [Return of the Colonel's Co. Third Regiment.'] 

Return of the Non Commissioned Officers and Privates who now 
are, and those who have been in Colonel Alexander Scammells Com- 
pany in the III rd Battalion of New Hampshire Forces, Commanded 
by Colonel Alexander Scammell from i January 1777, to the I st of 
January 1780. Showing the time of their Inlistment Discharges and 
time of their Desertion — 



Names 


when Inlisted and Term 


Remarks 


Serjeant Majors 










Adino Goodanouff 


Dec 16 th 


1776 


. War 


Dischargd Dec r 22 nd 1778 


Neal M c Gaffey 


Jany 30 


1777 3 year 


Promoted Dec r 22 1778 & Pro- 










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Nov r 14 th 1777. 


Edward Mason 


do 30 


do 


war 


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1780 


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John Jones 


April I st 


do 


do 




Serjeants 










John Harvey 


Feb y 22 nd 


do 


3 year 


appointed Ensign May i 8t 1778 


Michal Parks 


April 15 th 


do 


do 




Daniel Cass 


March 15 th 


do 


do 




Moses Fellows 


Ap 1 13 th 


do 


do 


Promoted from a Corporal June 
I st 1779 


James Flagg 


March 27 th 


do 


do 


Died Sep r 24 th 1777 


Isaac Davis 


April 15 th 


do 


do 


do July 8 th do 


Thomas Beel 


May 30 th 


do 


do 


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and Transfurd to 5 th Captains 
Comp r Dec r 22 nd 1778 


Corporals 










Abraham Sweet 


Ap 1 13 th 


do 


do 




Abner Fowler 


May 30 th 


do 


do 


Promoted May I st 1779 


Benjamin Chase 


Ap 1 23 rd do 


1777 


do 


Promoted June I st 1779 


Daniel Cass 


Mar 18 th 


do 


do 


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Nath el Daniels 


Ap 1 21 st 


do 


do 


Died March 8 th 1778 


John Muggitt 


do 23 th 


do 


do 


Promoted to a Corporal Jan y I st 
1778 Dischargd Mar: 31 1779 


Epheriam Heath 


do 13 th 


do 


do 


Died March 26 1778 


Andrew Gage 


May 20 th 


do 


do 


Promoted to a Corporal March 
26 th Died July 10 th 1778 


Drum Majors 










Thomas Powell 


Mar 18 th 


do 


do 


Reduced to a Common Drummer 
May 28 1779 


Noah Sinkler 


Feby 27 th 


do 


do 


Promoted to a Drum Maj r may 
28 th 1779 


Samuel Judkins 


Feby i' 


1780 


War 




Fife Major 










Joshua Thornton 


Mar : 26 th 


do 


do 


Promoted August 20 th 1778 



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Names. 


when Inlisted and Term 


Fife 








John Morrison 


Ap 1 26 th 




War 


Privates 








Charles Cook 


July 14 th 


1779 


War 


Joshua Snow 


April 20 th 


1777 


do 


James Mason 


March 27 th 


do 


do 


Hemon Amy 


March 30 th 


1777 3 year 


William Burley 


April 20 th 


do 


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Jonathan Been 


do 20 th 


do 


do 


Moses Cass 


March 8 th 


do 


do 


David Clifford 


June 30 th 


do 


do 


Zaccheus Clough 


Jany 27 th 


do 


do 


Epheriam Dudley 


April i Bt 


do 


do 


Trueworthy Dudley 


do I st 


do 


do 


Thomas Dolloff 


May 24 th 


do 


do 


John Durgan 


April 20 th 


do 


do 


Daniel Felch 


do 13 th 


do 


do 


Matthew Greely 


do 13 th 


do 


do 


Ruben Hoit 


do 13 th 


do 


do 


Benj a Howard 


do 13 th 


do 


do 


Humphrey Hunt 


Jany 27 th 


1778 


2 do 


William Mallen 


April I st 


1777 


3 do 


James Maston 


do 1 8th 


do 


do 


John Piper 


May 23 rd 


do 


do 


David Piper 


do 30 th 


do 


do 


Daniel Philbrook 


April 18 th 


do 


do 


Zachariah Quinby 


do 16 th 


do 


do 


John Rowen 


May 23 rd 


do 


do 


Samuel Rowell 


April 30 th 


do 


do 


Joseph Sanborn 


do 16 th 


do 


do 


Benj a Sleeper 


do 16 th 


do 


do 


Petter Smith 


do 16 th 


do 


do 


Richard Sinkler 


do 23 rd 


do 


1 do 


Enoch Thomas 


do 16 th 


do 


3 do 


Benj a Whittier 


do 30 th 


do 


do 


Nehemiah West 


do 16 th 


do 


do 


Robert Tarvis 


May 30 th 


do 


do 


Thomas Piper 


do 24 th 


do 


do 


Abraham Wadley 


. April 22 nd 


do 


do 


Richard Foss 


"March 16 th 


do 


do 


Ebenezer Blasdell 


do 28 th 


do 


do 


Thomas Talor 


do 30 th 


do 


do 


Joseph Jewett 


May 30 th 


do 


do 


John Magoon 


do 30 th 


do 


do 


Abraham Cummings 


Ap 1 15 th 


do 


do 



Remarks 



Promoted Dec r 22 nd 1778 



Sick New Hampshire since March 
1778 



Transferd to the Maj r Compy 



Discharg'd 



took Corporal Mugetts Place 
March i 6t 1779 



Dischargd Nov r I st 1779 being 

Sick N Hampshire 
Transferd to his Exellency's 

Guard Feby 15 th 1778 
Died August 10 th 1777 

do do 12 th do 

do do 15 th do 

do do 25 th do 

do Sep r i Bt do 

Killd do 19 th 60 

Died do 24 th do 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



II 



Names 


when Inlisted and Term 


Remarks 


Joseph Dollaff 


Ap 1 5 th 


1777 3 year 


Died Sep r 3 rd 1777 


Stephen Fineld 


do 1 6 th 


do 


do 


do do 3 rd do 


Elias Carr 


do 1 8 th 


do 


do 


do March 20 th 1778 


William Baily 


do 13 th 


do 


do 


do do I st do 


William Lufkin 


do 13 th 


do 


do 


do do i 8t do 


Andrew Bowen 


do 21 st 


do 


do 


do do i et do 


Joseph Smith 


do 16 th 


do 


do 


do do I st do 


John Smith 


April 20 th 


do 


do 


died March I st do 


Stephen Burley 


May 8 th 


do 


8 mon s 


Discharg'd Jan y 10 do 


Benjamin True 


do 30 th 


do 


do 


do do 10 th do 


Caleb Oilman 


do 20 th 


do 


do 


do do 10 th do 


Mark Batchelder 


March 2 nd 


do 


do 


do do 10 th do 


Ebenezer Clark 


do 27 th 


do 


3 y ear 


do do I st do 


Carter Gilman 


May 28 th 


do 


8 mon 8 


do do 10 th do 


Nathaniel Holland 


April 17 th 


do 


3 year 


Died April 22 d do 


Ruben Greely 


do 13 th 


do 


do 


do do I st do 


Jonathan Folsom 


March 29 th 


do 


do 


Deserted Feb? i 8t do 


Samuel Silver 


May 30 th 


do 


do 


Transferd to the 5 th Captains 
Compy Dec r 22 nd 1778 


Daniel Tony 


April 16 th 


do 


do 


do do 


Elijah Wadley 


do i8*fc 


do 


do 


do do 


Jeremiah Smith 


do 30 th 


do 


do 


do do 


Benj a Quinby 


May 23 rd 


do 


do 


do do 



I do Certify that the Above is a true State of the Comp y affores d as Spece- 
fyed In the Preamble hereof according to my Best knowledge without fraud 
to the state or any Individual John Dennett Cap' L' 



Sargent Currier May 20'' 



1777 — omited in the above Roll 

H. Dearborn, U Col 



I do Certify that the Within 
according to my Best knowledge 



is a true State of the Comp y Afforesaid 
Dan 1 Livermore Cap' Com^ 



12 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[6-15] [Return of Lieut. Colonel 's Co. Third Regiment] 

Return of the Non Commissioned officers and Privates, who now 
are, and those who have been in Lieu 1 Colonol Henry Dearborn's 
Company in the III rd Battalion of New Hampshire Forces, Com- 
manded by Colonel Alexander Scammell from Jan^ I st 1777 to the I st 
of January, 1780. Shewing the time of their Inlistment Discharge's 
and the time of their Desertion 



Names 


When Inlisted and Term 


Remarks 


Serjeants 








Richard Goss 


Jany 20 th 


1777 3 year 


Killd Oct r 7 th 1777 


William Gale 


Feby 5 th 


do do 




Patrick Fling 


April 5 th 


do do 




Thomas Shaw 


Jany 3 


do War 


Reduc'd Nov r i 8t 1777 


David Hall 


April 28 th 


do 3 year 


in this Compy Since Dec r 22 d 1778 
taken from Cap 1 Ellis's Compy 


Corporals 








Samuel Knowles 


Jany 21 st 


do do 


Died June 16 th 1778 


David Dunkin 


do 2 nd 


do War 




Alpheus Reed 


do 17 th 


do 3 year 


Deserted March 17 th 1778 


John Peverly 


Feby 13 th 


do do 




Nath 1 Waldan 


March 2 nd 


do War 


Promoted to a Corporal Aug 1 I st 
1778 Deserted May I st Joind 


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April 10 th 1780 — 


Charles How 


Jany 4 th 


do 3 year 


Killd July 3 rd 1777 


Fife 








Samuel Odiorn 


do 10 th 


do War 




Privates 








Samuel Daviss 


Nov r 13 th 


1776 do 




John Harrington 


Jany 2 nd 


1777 do 




Samuel Hodgdon 


do 14 th 


do do 




Simon Knowles 


NoV 13 th 


1776 do 




William Russell 


March 24 th 


1777 do 




Stephen Switcher 


Jany 21 st 


do do 




Richard Shermon 


do 3 rd 


do do 




Thomas Water's 




do 




James Woster 


Jany 4 th 


1777 do 




Philip Cooper 


do 13 th 


do 3 years 


Dischargd 


Benjamin Cross 


13 th 


do do 


do 


James Edgerly 


do 24 th 


do do 


do 


Joseph Hull 


Feb>' 12 th 


do do 


do 


Benjamin Hoit 


JanJ T 2 nd 


do do 


do 


Richard Lock 


do 27 th 


do do 


do 


Henry Langmaid 


do 25 th 


do do 


do 


John Marden 


do 22 nd 


do do 


do 


John Odiorn 


April 11 th 


do do 




Daniel Rawlins 


Jan v 20 th 


do do 


Discharged 


John Wait 


March 12 th 


do do 





REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



13 



Names 



Gideon Coatland 
William Forgison 
Daniel Gale 

Joseph Gilman 

Samuel Hueston 
William Heath 
Phineas Hemingway 
Peter Parker 
Asa Redington 
Fridrick Tubbs 
John Taylor 
Edward Wells 
Samuel White 
Daniel Clark 
Job Jennis 
Stephen Lary 
Paul Lambert 
William Lear 
Thomas Sprouce 
Samuel Perry 
Edward Pevy 
James Randall Ju r 
John Rand 
Benjamin Straw 
James White 
William Young 
Thomas Walden 
William Goudy 
Thomas Nutton 
Benj a Durgan 
James Parker 
Richard Ward 
John M c Donald 
Samuel Hambilton 
William Hoit 
Clement Jackson 
Peter Akerman 

James Randall 
Charles Skinner 
John Shannon 
Joshua Tennent 
Charles Briant 
Samuel Cote 
Peter Abbott 



When Inlisted and Term 



July 15 th 
June 25 th 



July 
June 


13 th 
26 th 


July 
July 
June 


I st 

28 th 
28 th 


June 


26 th 


do 


26 th 


do 


25 th 


do 


26 th 


Nov r 


16 th 


Jany 
do 
do 


28 th 
30th 

jst 


do 


20 th 


March 8 th 


Jany 

Feby 


4 th 

4th 


Feby 


6 


do 


6 th 


Jany 
do 


10 th 

3 rd 


do 


20 th 


Apri 
Feby 


17 th 
20 th 


Jany 
Nov 


13 th 


Jany 

April 

Jany 

do 


2 J st 
yth 
4 th 


do 


II th 


do 


^•t 


April 


9* 



1779 : y ear 

do do 
do 

1 year 

1779 do 
do do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



1776 War 

1 777 3 years 
do do 
do War 
do 3 years 
do do 
do War 
do 3 year 

1777 3 year 
do do 
do do 
do War 
do do 
do 3 year 
do do 
do do 

1776 do 

1777 do 
do do 



Feby 6 th 
Jany 9 th 
do 2 nd 
Feby 6 th 
March 26 th 
Feby 16 th 
Jany 13 th 



do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

War 

do 

3 years 

War 

3 years 

do 



Remarks 



Transferd to Col Cilleys Reg 4 
Jany 1 1780 

Transferd to the above Reg* 
Dec r 31 st 1779 



Deserted May 17 th 1779 
Died Nov 15 th 1777 

do July 6 th 1778 
Deserted June I st 1779 
Died July 4 th 1778 
Deserted June i Bt 1779 
Died NoV I st 1777 

do July 14 th do 
Died July 22 nd 1778 
Dischargd Dec r 15 th 1777 
Died Sep r I st 1778 
Died July 25 th do 
Deserted May 17 th 1779 
Died June 20 th 1777 
Deserted Nov r 8 th 1777 
Died Sep r I st do 

do March 7 th 1778 

do May 17 th do 

do do 18 th do 
Missing July 7 th 1777 

do do 7 th do 

do do 7 th do 
Died Dec r 31 st 1777 
Transferd to the Corps of Invalids 

at Boston 
Transferd to do 
Deserted Jany 28 th 1777 
do do 28 th do 
do Feby 7 th do 
do March 27 th do 
do April 14 th do 
Transferd to the 5 th Captains 

Compy Dec r 22 nd 1778 



14 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Names 


When Inlisted and Term 


Remarks 


John Miller 
John Shute 


Jan? 21 st 1777 War 
March 29 th do do 


Transferd do Dec r 22 nd 1778 de- 
serted June I st 1779 

Deserted May 1 1779 Joind the 
I st may 1780 — 

enterd by Col Dearborn after the 
Roll was signd 



I do Certify upon the honour of a Gentleman that the Above Is a 
true State of the Company affore said as Specefyed In the Preamble 
hereof According to my Best knowledge without fraud to the state 
or any Individual. John Harvey Ensign 

I Certify that the Within Is a true State of the Comp^ according 
to my Best knowledge Dan 1 Livermore Cap 1 Commandant 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



15 



[6-19] [Return of Cap t. Frycs Co.] 

List of Non Commissioned Officers and Privates formerly of Cap- 
tain Isaac Frys Company in the 3 d New Hampshire Regiment Com- 
manded by Colonel Alexander Scammell From the I st of January 
1777 to the I st of January 1780 Engaged During the War and three 
years with the Date of their Inlistment and time of Service. 



Inlisted 


Mens Names 


Rank 


Term 


Casualties 


1777 
March 28 


Robert B. Wilkins 


Serjeant 


3 years 


Promoted to an Ensign to take 
Rank from May 1, 1779 


May 7 


Asa Wilkins 


Serj 1 . 


do 


Discharged March 20, 1780 


March 18 


Richard Hughes 


Serj 1 . 


do 


Discharged March 20, 1780 


April 29 


David Hall 


Serj'. 


do 


Discharged April 30, 1780 


April 8 


Christopher Martin 


Corp 1 . 


do 


Discharged April 9, 1780 


April 20 


John Godfree 


Corp 1 . 


do 


Discharged Feby 23, 1780 


March 18 


Richard Goodman 


Corp 1 . 


do 


Reduced to the Ranks Feby 1 . 
1778 — Died June 27, 1779 


Jan'y 31 


Benjamin Smith 


Corp 1 


War 


Reduced Jany 1, 1778 Deserted 
Dec r 29, 1779 — Joined Feb 
14, 1780 


April 8 


William Pettingill 


Corp 1 


3 years 


Discharged April 9, 1780 


April 8 


Uriah Ballard 


Drum 


do 


Discharged April 5, 1780 


April 2 


John Drury 


Fife 


do 


Killed July 28, 1778. 


March 8 


William Burton 


Fife 


do 


Promoted July 1, 1778 — Died 
August 1, 1778 


April 23 


Reuben Hosmer 


Private 


War 




April 28 


Thomas Blood 


do 


3 years 


Discharged May 1, 1780 


April 2 


Jacob Blanchard 


do 


do 


Discharged April 5, 1780 


June 4 


Peter Chandler 


do 


do 


Discharged May 30, 1780 


June 16 


Humphry Cram 


do 


do 




March 13 


Ebenezer Drury 


do 


do 


Discharged March 20, 1780 


April 30 


Jonathan Foster 


do 


do 


Discharged May 1, 1780 


March 26 


Joseph Gray 


do 


do 


Discharged March 20, 1780 


April 3 


Amos Holt 


do 


do 


Discharged April 9, 1780 


June 16 


David Haseltine 


do 


do 




April 8 


Nehemiah Holt 


do 


do 


Discharged April 9, 1780 


1779 










March 21 


Asa Peirce 


do 


do 




1777 










May 3 


Ichabod Perry 


do 


War 




April r 


Stephen Richardson 


do 


do 




April 30 


Nathaniel Smith 


do 


3 years 


Discharged May 1, 1780 


April 20 


Thomas Youngman 


do 


do 


Discharged April 20, 1780 


March 21 


Ebenezer Carlton 


do 


War 


On his Excel'y guard 


April 20 


John Youngman 


do 


do 


Transferd to Frys Co 


April 23 


Ebenezer Abbott 


do 


3 years 


Died July 15, 1778 


March 23 


Amos Fuller 


do 


do 


Died July 14, 1778 


March 1 


Ezra Fuller 


do 


do 


Died July 1, 1778 


May 19 


Nathan Fish 


do 


do 


Deserted May 1, 1778 



\6 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Inlisted 


Mens Names 


Rank 


Term 


Casualties 


March 25 


James Hutchinson 


Private 


3 years 


Died June 27, 1778 


March 17 


Joseph Lewis 


do 


do 


Died July 25, 1778 


March 18 


Elijah Mansfield 


do 


do 


Died May 19, 1778 


March 25 


Jonas Perry 


do 


do 


Died Sep r 30, 1777 


March 24 


Aaron Oliver 


do 


do 


Taken Prisoner July 7, 1777 
Returned from Captivity 
April 3, 1778 


March 13 


Joseph Stone 


do 


do 


Killed Sep r 19, 1777 


Nov 14 


Matt w H. Withington 


do 


do 


Deserted Feby 1, 1779 


April 29 


John Moss 


do 


do 


Deserted April 29, 1777 


June 5 


John Lucas 


do 


do 


Deserted June 5, 1777 


May 3 


Joseph Ross 


do 


do 


Deserted May 3, 1777 


1779 










March 10 


Daniel Bridges 


do 


War 




May 11 


Jacob Moss 


do 


do 




June 1 


Reuben Rand 


do 


do 





REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. \J 

{6-21] {Return of Captain Isaac Fryes Company January 1, 1780.] 

Return of the Non Commissioned Officers and Privates who now 
are, and those who have been in Captain Isaac F rye's Company in 
the III d Battalion of New Hampshire Forces Commanded by Colonel 
Alexander Scammell, From Jan'y I st 1777 to the I st of Jan'y 1780, 
Shewing the time of their Inlistment Discharge and time of Desertion. 



Names 


When Inlisted and Term 


Remarks 


Serjeants 










Nathan Weare 


April 8 


1777 


War 


Promoted to an Ensign to take 
Rank from Oct 1 8, 1777 — 


Samuel Dearborn 


Jany 20 


do 


3 years 


Died July 13, 1778 


Seth R. Shackford 


April 1 


do 


do 


Killed Oct r 7, 1777 


Samuel Barker 


Jan'y 30 


do 


do 


Reduced to the Ranks June 18, 
1777 & Promoted again to Seg* 
Jany 30, 1779 


Jonathan Chase 


March 26 


do 


do 


Promoted to a Serg 4 June 26, 1777 
Deserted Dec r 1, 1777 


Ebenezer Neal 


Jan'y 20 


do 


do 


Promoted to a Serg* Oct r 8, 1777 
Died Dec r 1, 1777 


Levi Lamprey 


do 


do 


do 


Promoted to a Serg* Sep r 1, 1778 
Died Nov r 10, 1779 


Corporals 










Ebenezer Neal 


Jan'y 20 


do 


do 


Promoted to a Serg' Oct r 8, 1777 
Died Dec r 1, 1777 


Benj a Rawlins 


Feb'y 4 


do 


do 


Died July 15, 1777 


John Rawlins 


do 


do 


do 


Killed Oct r 8, 1777 


Benjamin Cate 


March 1 


do 


do 


Promoted to a Corporal May 3, 
1778 discharged March, 1780 


Benj a M c Cluer 


do 8 


1778 


War 


Reduced Feby 1, 1779 Deserted 


Matthew N. Sanborn 


Jan'y 22 


1777 


do 


[May 13, 1779 


John Blaisdell 


Jan'y 30 


do 


do 


Promoted to a Corp 1 Dec 15, 1779 


Drums 










Jeremiah Tuck 


April 1, 


1777 


1 year 


Discharged April 1, 1778 


James Floyd 


March 1, 


1778 


War 




Fife 










Josiah Moulton 


April 1, 


1777 


do 




Privates 










Stephen Atkinson 


Feb'y 3 


do 


do 




James Allard 


April 9 


do 


do 


" 


William Cotton 


March 7, 


1778 


do 




Isaac Carkin 


June 26, 


1779 


do 




Daniel DoAvning 


April 4, 


do 


do 




Jonathan Eaton 


March 14 


1778 


do 




Nathan Greenlife 


May 15, 


do 


do 




John Ham 


June 1, 


1779 


do 




Philip Johnson 


Jan'y 20, 


1777 


do 




Samuel Maston 


June 4, 


1778 


do 





REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Names 



When Inlisted and Term 



Joseph Nealy 
Mark Nutter 
Ichabod Perry 
Stephen Richardson 
Elisha Roberts 
Joseph Towle 
Jacob Thomas 
John Youngman 
Stephen Hermon 
Charles Hodgdon 
Jonathan Miller 
Benjamin Page 
John Rawlins 
Eliphalet Rawlins 
Robert Simpson 
Levi Stickney 
Robert Thurstin 
William Wallise 
James Wilkisson 
David Pierce 
Simon Pierce 
Joseph Purkins 
Daniel Sheds 
Stephen Batcheldor 
Robert Bragg 



Philip Burns 
Daniel Carr 
Jonathan Crosby 
Abner Dearborn 
Moses Dudy 

John Garland 
Hussa Hoagg 
Simon D. Loverin 
James Leavitt 
Aratus Leavitt 
Paul Long 
George Long 
Benjamin Mason 
Jonathan Maston 
James Moulton 
Matthias Maston 
Nath 1 . Maston 
John Murphy 
Joseph Rawlins 
John Rawlins 3 d 
Jonathan Seavey 



Jan? 1 , 
June 1, 
May 3, 
April 1, 
June 20, 
June 4, 
March 20 
April 20, 

do 1 
March 5 
Jany 24 

do 20 
Feb? 3 
Jany 24 
Feb? 16 
April 8 
March 7 
do 5 
April 1 
July 1 

do 1 
June 26 
July 1 
Feb? 15 
Jany 30 



April 8 
Jany 22 
April 6 
Jany 24 
Feby 10 

April 1 

Feby 6 

Jany 23 

Apribi 

do I 

do 1 

do 1 

Jany 10 

April r 

Feby 3 

April 1 

do 1 

do 1 

do 1 

Jany 27 

April r 



1777 War 
1779 do 



1777 
do 
1779 
1778 



do 
do 
do 
do 



1779 do 

1777 do 

do do 

do 3 years 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

1778 

1777 

do 

1779 

do 

do 

do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



1777 3 years 
do do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 1 
do 3 
do 

do 1 
do 8 
do 
do 
do 

do 3 
do 

do 8 
do 
do 

do 3 
do 
do £ 



do 
do 
do 
do 
War 

year 

do 

do 

do 
mos. 

do 

do 
War 
years 

do 
mos. 

do 

do 
years 

do 



Died Nov r 2, 1777. 

Transferd to the 5 th Captain 

Dec 22 1778 deserted 20th Feby 

joined April 1, 1780 
Died Nov 16, 1777 
Died Jany 1, 1778 
Died NoV 1, 1777 
do Sep r 2 1779 
Transferd to the 5th Captains 

Comp'y Dec r 22, 1778 
Discharged May r, 1778 
Discharged Feb y 6, 1780 
Discharged Jan. 23, 1780 
Discharged April 1, 1778 
Discharged Jany 1, 1778 
do do 10, do 

Taken prisoner July 7, 1777 
Died June 30, 1778 
do Sep r 30, 1777 
Discharged Feby 3, 1780 
Discharged Jany 1, 1778 
Deserted July 30, 1777 
Killed Oct r 7, 1777 
Deserted Jany 1, 1778 
do July 9, 1777 
Discharged Jany 10, 1778 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



19 



Name 


When Inlisted ; 


md Term 




Levi Seavey 


April 1 


1777 


8 mos. 


Discharged Jan? 10, 1778 


John Wells 


do 4 


do 


3 years 


Deserted July 20, 1777 


Elisha Winslow 


March 1, 


1777 


War 


Died July 6, 1779 


Josiah George 


Ap 1 1 


do 


3 years 


do Sep r 20, 1778 


Jacob Seagell 


June 4 


1778 


War 


Deserted Jan? 20, 1780 


Richard Green 


March 7 


do 


do 


do do 20 do joined Ap 1 20 


Ruben Asten 


do 12 


do 


3 years 


Transferd to 5 th Cap' Company 
Dec. 22, 1778 


Joseph Green 


June 1 


do 


do 


Transferd to 5 th Cap' Company 


John Coombs 


March 6 


do 


do 


do do do 


George Fishley 


do 7 


do 


do 


do do do 


William Stevans 


April 1 


1777 


do 


Discharged Jan? 1, 1779. On com- 
mand from the time of his Inlist- 
ment to the time of his discharge 
in N. Hamp. 


John Taylor 


Feb? io 


do 


War 


Deserted April 9, 1779 



I do Certify upon my honour that the Above is a True state of 
the Company aforesaid as Specifyd In the Preamble hereof accord- 
ing to my Best knowledge without fraud to the state or any 
Individual Robert B. Wilkins Ens" 

I do Certify that the within Is a True state of the within Men- 
tioned Company According to my Best knowlage 

Dan 1 Livermore Cap 1 Commandant 



20 

[6-2 7 ] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[Return of Capt. William Ellis s Co.] 



A List of the Non Commissioned officers & Privates in the Com- 
pany Formally Commanded by Captain W m Ellis of the 3 d New- 
Hampshire Regiment from June 1777 to Jan'y 1 1780 — with the 
Times of the. 1 " Inlistments & the/ Casualties — 



Inlisted 


Mens Names 


Rank 


Term 


Casualties. 


1777 










Jany 1 


Iddo Church 


Seg 1 . 


3 years 


Killed 19 Sept r 1777 


Feb? 4 


Uriah Carpenter 


do 


do 


Desarted July 6 1777 


May 9 


Timothy Crossfield 


do 


do 


Promoted to Seg 1 Sep' 20, 1777 
Redust to the Ranks May 1 , 
1779 


May 9 


Kimber Harvey 


do 


do 


Promoted to Seg* Jany 10 1778 


1778 










Feb? 28 


Amasa Parker 


do 


War 




1777 










April 15 


Levi Fuller 


Corp 1 . 


3 years 


Desarted July 24, 1777. Re- 
joined July 18, 1779 Deserted 


1778 








25 May 1779 not joined — 


March 9 


Caleb Aldrige 


Corp 1 . 


3 years 


Deserted May 25, 1779 — Re- 
joined & Inlisted during war 


1777 








& Redust to Ranks Dec r 1 


Feby 14 


Jon a Fuller 


Drum. 


do 


Killed in battle Sepf 19 — 1777 


1778 










Feby 28 


John Wolley 


do 


do 


Deserted May 25 — 1779 


1777 










Ap 1 20 


Naboth Bettison 


Privet 


War 




1778 










Ap 1 9 


Peeter Bebee 


do 


do 


Reinlisted during war Dec 3, 


1777 








1779 


June 4 


Calvin Chamberlin 


do 


3 years 




May 9 


Henry Carter 


do 


do 




Feby 12 


James Eddy 


do 


do 




May 25 


W m Farley 


do 


do 




Mar. 1 


Joseph Fay 


do 


do 




May 9 


Aberiham Lawrance 


do 


do 




Ocf 14 


Nath 1 Merrill 


do 


do 




1778 










Mar. 16 


Daniel Foster 


do 


do 




1777 










Ocf 12 


Silas Ray 


do 


do 




1778 










Feby 28 


Peltiah Razey 


do 


do 




1777 










Feby 20 


Eliphalet Shipman 


do 


do 




May 1 


Benj u Thatcher 


do 


do 




1778 










Feby 10 


Jon" Woodcock 


do 


do 





REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



21 



Inlisted 


Mens Names 


Rank 


Term 


Casualties. 


1779 










Mar. 7 


Samuel Britton 


Privet 


3 years 


Deserted 25 May 1779 — Re- 


May 1 


John Abbott 


do 


War 


turned Dec r 1, 1779 


Ap l 4 


Nath 1 Hoit 


do 


War 




Ap 1 1 


Nehemiah Phillips 


do 


War 




1777 










May 1 


Daniel Snow 


do 


3 years 


Killed in battle Ocf 7, 1777. 


May 9 


Nath 1 Briggs 


do 


do 


Died with his wound Ocf 18, 
1777. 


June 9 


William King 


do 


do 


Discharg 11 Oct r 23, 1777 


June 9 


William King Junr 


do 


do 


do do do 


June 9 


Ezery King 


do 


do 


do do do 


Mar. 10 


Levi Butler 


do 


do 


Died March 30 — 1778 


May 1 


Ziba Hall 


do 


do 


Promoted to a Corp 1 Sep r 20, 
1778 died June 30, 1778 — 
[1779?] 


Feb? 25 


Nathan Gale 


do 


do 


Deserted May 1, 1777 — 


Apr 1 5 


Josiah Powers 


do 


do 


Deserted July 6, 1777 — Joined 


May 1 


John Balch 


do 


do 


Sep' 7 — 1777. 


1778 










Ap 1 27 


Josiah Comstock 


do 


do 


Died Jany 8, 1779 



Benj n Ellis Cap 1 



22 

[6-29] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

\Capt. Nicholas Gilmans Co.] 



A Return of the Non commissioned officers and Privates Who now 
are or that have Ever Been In Capt Nicholas Gilmans Company 
from I st of January 1777 up to the first of January 1780 Shewing 
the times of their Inlistment, discharges & the time of the Sev. de- 
sertions 



Names 



Serjeants 
Iddo Church 
Uriah Carpenter 
John Curtis 
Daniel Whipple 
Timothy Crosfield 



Kimber Harvey 



Amasa Parker 

Corporals 
Levi Fuller 
Benjamin Warren 
Eleazer Martin 
Caleb Aldridge 



Azariah Comstock 

Drttm 
Jonathin Fuller 
John Wolley 

Privates Effectives 
Samuel Britton 



Naboth Batterson 
Bebee [Peter] Bebee 
Calvin Chamberlin 
Henry Carter 
James Edy 
William Farley 
Joseph Fay 
Abrah" 1 Lawrens 
Gideon Packard 
Nath 1 Merrill 
Daniel Foster 
Silas Ray 



Times of Inlistments and 
Term 



Jany i et 1777 3 Years 
Feby 4 th do * do 
May 9 th do 8 Months 

do do do 

May 9 th 1777 Promoted" 
to a Serjeant Novem- 
ber 1777 Reduced to 
the Ranks may I st 

1779 J 

May 9 th 1777 3 Years ^ 

Promoted Novemb r > 

I st 1777 ) 

February 28 th 1778 d war 

Aprill 15 th 1777 3 Years 
May 9 th do 8 months 

do do do 

March 9 th do 3 Years 



May 9 th do 8 months 

Febry 14 th 1777 3 Years 
do 28 do do 

March 7 th 1778 3 Years 



Aprill 20 th 1777 durs war 
do 9 th 1778 3 Years 
June 4 th 1777 do 
May 9 th do do 

Febry 22 nd do do 



May 9 th do 


do 


March I st 1777 3 


Years 


may 9 th do 


do 


do I st do 


do 


October 14 th 1777 


do 


March 16 th 1778 


do 


October 14 th 1777 


do 



Remarks 



killed In Battle Sep r 19 th 
diserted July 6 th 1777 
discharged Jany 10 th 1778 
do do do 



1777 



diserted 25 th of may 1779 
killed In Battle Sep* 19 th 1777 
discharg d Jany 10 th 1778 
diserjed 25 th of may 1779 & Re- 

joind I st day of December & 

Reduced 
killed In Battle Sep 1 19 th 1777 

killed In Battle Sep 1 19 th 1777 
diserted 25th of may 1779 

diserted 25 of may 1779 Returned 
to his duty I st of December 
afforesaid 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



23 



t 

Names 


Times of Inlistments and 
Term 


Remarks 


Peltiah Razey 


Febry 28 


1778 


3 Years 




Elip' Shipman 


do 20 


1777 


do 




Benj a Thatcher 


May I st 


do 


do 




Jonathin Woodcock 


Febry 10 th 1778 


do 




John Abbott 




1779 


war 




Nath 1 Hoit 




do 


do 




Neh h Phillips 




do 


do 




Greenwood Carpenter 


June 


do 


1 year 




Benj a Ellis 


August 


do 


do 




Simeon Fish 


June 


do 


do 




Simeon Foster 


do 


do 


do 




Jacob Hubbard 


do 


do 


do 




Antipass Howe 


do 


do 


do 




Solomon Hazelton 


do 


do 


do 




Andrew Nichols 


do 


do 


do 




Ebenz r Newman 


do 


do 


do 




Joshua Prime 


do 


do 


do 




Grant Powers 


do 


do 


do 




Dan 1 Richardson 


do 


do 


do 




Caleb Stiles 


do 


do 


do 




Joseph Stearns 


do 


do 


do 




Caleb Stiles Jun r 


do 


do 


do 




Isaac Taylor 


do 


do 


do 




Thomas Wolley 


do 


do 


do 




James Whipple 


do 


do 


do 




Privates Non 










Effectives 










Benj a Parker 


May 9 th 


1777 


8 months 


killed In Battle Sep r 19 th 1777 


William Dodge 


do 


do 


do 


died of his wounds Sep r 30 th 1777 


Daniel Snow 


May i 6t 


1777 


3 Years 


died of his Wounds Sep 1 30 th 1777 


Nath 1 Briggs 


do 9 th 


do 


do 


died October 18 do 


Nath 1 Wildo 


do 


do 


8 months 


do Sep 1 30 th do 


William Temple 


do 


do 


do 


diserted July 8 th do 


William King 


June 9 th 


do 


3 Years 


discharged October 23 rd do 


William King Junn r 


do do 


do 


do 


do do do 


Ezra King 


do do 


do 


do 


do do do 


Francis Norwodd 


May 9 th 


do 


8 months 


diserted Sep' 23 rd do 


Silas Wood 


do do 


do 


do 


discharg 11 Jany 10 th 1778 


Levi Farwell 


June 6 


do 


do 


do do do 


Nath 1 Barrows 


May 9 th 


do 


do 


do do do 


William Lawrens 


do do 


do 


do 


do do do 


Gustavus Bingham 


June 10 th 


do 


do 


do do do 


Nath 1 Crison 


May 9 th 


do 


do 


do do do 


Dan 1 Day 


do do 


do 


do 


do do do 


Shadrick Dodge 


June 6 th 


do 


do 


do do do 


Joh n Guernsay 


May 9 th 


do 


do 


do do do 


John Grandy 


June 15 th 


do 


do 


do do do 


Otis Capron 


May 9 th 


do 


do 


do do do 


Samuel Lane 


do do 


do 


do 


do do do 



24 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Names 


Times of Inlistments and 
Term 


Remarks 


James Tilson 


May 9 th 


1777 


8 months 


discharg c 


Jan^ io tu 


1778 


Jabes Whipple 


do do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Abiel knap 


do do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Henry Stephens 


do do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Jonathin Wolley 


do do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


John Daniels 


June 11 th 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Ezra Freeman 


May I st 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Zadock Hurd 


do do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Levi Butler 


June 6 th 


do 


3 Years 


died 30 th 


of march 


do 


Ziba Hall 


may I st 


do 


do 


do 15 th 


of January 


do 


Nehemiah Chace 


do do 


do 


8 months 


diserted November I st 


1777 


Nathan Gale 


Febr^ 25 th do 


3 Years 


diserted 


may i 8t 


1777 



I do Certify Upon my honour that the Within is a True state of 
the Company afforesaid as Specefyed In the Preamble hereof without 
fraud to the State or any Individual according to my Best knowledge 

Arch d Stark Com dr 
of Cap" Gilmans Comp y 

I do Certify that the Within Is a true State of the Company 
Afforesaid according To my Best knowledge 

Cap 1 Commanding 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[6-33] {Return of Capt. Wm. Ellis s Co. January 1, 1780.] 



25 



Return of the Non-Commissioned Officers and Privates who now 
are, and those who have been in Captain William Ellis's Company 
in the third Battalion of New Hampshire Forces, Commanded by 
Colonel Alexander Scammell from the I st of January 1777 to the I st 
January 1780. Showing the time of their Inlistment Discharges 
and the time of their Desertion. 



Names 


Term of Inlistment & Dates 


Remarks. 


Sergeants 










Robert B'. Wilkins 


March 23, 


1777 


3 years 


Promoted to an Ensign to take 
Rank from May 1, 1779 


Asa Wilkins 


May 17, 


do 


do 




Richard Hughes 


March 18 


do 


do 




David Hall 


April 28 


do 


do 


Transferred to Lt. Col Dear- 
born's Company Dec r 22, 1778. 


Corporals 










Christopher Martin 


April 18 


do 


do 




John Godfree 


do 20 


do 


do 




William Pettingill 


do s 


do 


do 


Promoted Nov. 1, 1778 


Richard Goodman 


March 18 


do 


do 


Redused to the Ranks Feby I, 


Drum 








1778 & Died June 27 1778. 


Urah Ballard 


April 8 


do 


do 




Fife's 










John Drury 


do 2 


do 


do 


Killed June 28 — 1778. 


William Burton 


do 8 


do 


do 


Promoted July 1, 1778 Died 


Privates 








Aug' 1, 1778 


Daniel Briggs 


March 10, 


1779 


War 




Ruben Hossmore 


April 1, 


1777 


do 




Jacob Moss 


May 1, 


1779 


do 




Ruben Rand 


June 1, 


do 


do 




Thomas Blood 


April 8, 


1777 


3 years 




Jacob Blanchard 


do 2 


do 


do 




Peter Chandler 


June 4 


do 


do 




Humphrey Cram 


do 16 


do 


do 




Ebenezer Drury 


March 13 


do 


do 




Jonathan Foster 


April 30 


do 


do 




Joseph Gray 


March 26 


do 


do 




Amos Holt 


April 8 


do 


do 




David Haseltine 


June 16 


do 


do 




Nehemiah Holt 


April 8 


do 


do 




Asa Pierce 


March 21, 


1778 


do 




Nathaniel Smith 


April 30, 


1777 


do 




Thomas Youngman 


do 20, 


do 


do 




Ebenezer Carlton 


Mar. 21 


1777 


War 


Transferred to his Excellency 
Gen 1 Washingtons Guard Jany 
if 1779 



26 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Names 


Term of Inlistment& Dates 


Remarks 


Ichabod Perry 


May 3, 


1777 


War 


Transferred to Cap Fryes Co 


Stephen Richardson 


April i 


do 


do 


Transferred to do 
29, 1779 


Dec r 


John Youngman 


do 20 


do 


do 


Transferred to do 
27, 1779 


Dec r 


Ebenezer Abbott 


do I 


do 


3 years 


Died July 15 — 1778 




Joel Bailey 


May 6 


do 


8 months 


Discharged Jan'y 10 1778 




John Ball 


do 6 


do 


do 


Discharged Aug' 1 1778 




Andrew Bailey 


do 6 


do 


do 


do Jan'y 10 1778 




Amos Fuller 


March 25 


do 


3 years 


Died July 14, 1778 




Ezra Fuller 


May 1 


do 


do 


do do 1, 1778 




Nathan Fish 


do 19 


do 


do 


Deserted May 1, 1778 




James Hutchinson 


March 25 


do 


do 


Died June 27, 1778 




Joseph Lewis 


do 17 


do 


do 


do July 25, 1778 




Elijah Mansfield 


do 18 


do 


do 


do May 19, 1778 




Stephen Powers 


Aug* 1 


do 


8 months 


Discharged Jan'y 10, 1778 




Jonas Perry 


March 25 


do 


3 years 


Died Sep r 30, 1777 




Aaron Oliver 


do 24 


do 


do 


Taken Prisoner July 17, 1777 Re- 










turned from Captivity & 


Died 


[ton 








Ap 1 30, 1778 




Matthew H. Withing- 


Nov r 24 


do 


do 


Deserted Feby 1, 1779 




Josiah Stone 


March 13 


do 


do 


Killed Sep r 19, 1777 




Benjamin Smith 


Jan'y 30 


do 


War 


Deserted Dec r 29, 1779 




Daniel Andries 


June 26, 


1779 


1 year 






Samuel Clark 


do 30 


do 


do 






Will m Burnam 


July 22 


do 


do 






Israel Hutchinson 


June 15 


do 


do 






Nathan Martin 


do 20 


do 


do 






Abijah Eaton 


JulyS 


do 


do 






Stephen Andries 


do 


do 


War 


Transferd to Capt. Hawkins 










Comp'y Dec r 27, 1779 




Isaac Carkin 


June 26 


do 


do 


Transferd to Cap' Fryes 
pany Dec r 27, 1779 


Com- 


Elisha Roberts 


do 20 


do 


do 


Transferd to Cap' Fryes 
pany Dec r 27, 1779 


Com- 


Samuel Daviss 


July 8 


do 


do 


Transferd to Col. Cilleys 
Dec r 27, 1779 


Reg'. 


Amos Snow 


do 8 


do 


do 


Transferd to the above Reg 
27, 1779 


' Dec r 


John Brown 


June 20 


do 


do 


Transferd to the above Reg 
27, 1779 


' Dec r 



Nathan Weare Ensign 
[For return of Capt. Beale's Co. see Vol. XIV. p. 649. — Ed.] 



[6-35] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[Major James Norris s Co. Return.'] 



27 



Return of the Non Commissiond Officers and Privates Who Are 
or Ever been in the Company of Maj r Jam s Norris in the 3 d Reg 1 
of N Hampshire Forces From Ja n 1777 to Jan? 1780 



Names 


When Inlisted and For 
what Term 


Remarks 


Serjeants 










Neal McGaffey 


Jan? 25 th 


1777 






Promoted to En s 


Nov r 14 th 


1777 






Ed\v d Mason 


Jany 30 


do 


3 Years 


Discharg d Relnlisted War 


Moses Kellsa 


Feb? 6 th 


do 


do 


Discharg 11 Jany 30 do 


Nathn 1 Bachelor 


do 10 


do 


do 


Dead March 24 th 1778 


Elisha Neas 


April I st 


1778 






Corporals 










Will m Rundlet 


Jany 30 th 


1777 




Discharg 4 Relnlisted 1 year 


John Bean 


Feby 15 th 


do 




Discharg d Jany 30 th 80 


Minicus Griffin 


do 14 th 


do 




Dead March 15 th 78 


Nehem r Levat 


do 11 th 


do 




Discharg 4 Jan 30 th 80 


Charles Warren 


April I st 


78 




Deserted Oct 10 th 78 


Jam s Libby 


May 10 th 


1779 


War 




Drum 










Isaac More 


Feb? 6 th 


1777 


3 Years 


Discharg 3 Jany 30 th 80 


Fifers 










Joshua Blake 


Apr 1 21 st 


77 


do do 


Dead March 15 th 78 


Sam 1 Judkins 


Feb? 25 th 


77 


War 




Privates 










Simon Dearborn 


Jan? 13 th 


77 


War 




Jonat h Flood 


do 22 nd 


do 


do 




Daniel Libby 


May 10 th 


79 


do 




Jonat h Tucker 


June 2 d 


do 


do 




Jo n Wadleigh 


Jany 22 d 


77 


do 




Jo n Clough 


April 2 i l 


do 


3 years 




Jo n grear 


June i 6t 


77 


do 




Anthony Garrett 


April I st 


78 


do 




Luke Libby 


do 


77 


do 




Sam 1 Runnels 


May 1 


do 


do 


Milit a Cap' to Road Island 1779 


Jerem h Rawlings 


April 25 th 


do 


do 




Jo n Smith 


May 21 st 


78 


do 




Ambros Viccor 


do I st 


77 


do 




John Bigsby 


July 20 th 


79 


1 year 




John Blanchard 


July 21 st 




1 year 




Nathn 1 Bachelor 


June 26 th 


do 


do 


Discharg 3 Jany 25 th 80 


Benj a Dogg 


do 20 


do 


do 




Jam s Grear 


July 6 th 


do 


do 




Jacob Hardy 


d'o i et 


do 


do 




Jam s Harwood 


June 12 th 


do 


do 




Jo n Starnes 


do 20 th 


do 


do 





28 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Names 


When Inlisted and For 
what Term 


Remarks 


Jo s Willson 


June 28" 1 


79 


1 year 




Nathn cl Kibby 


do 20 th 


do 


do 




Jo s Dudley 


Feb>- 14 th 


77 


3 years 


Dead May 15 th 77 


Jonath u Mason 


do do 


do 


do 


Discharg* 1 Jany 30 th 80 


Josiah Bachelor 


do 5 th 


do 


do 


Kill d July 3 d 77 


John Taylor 


do 20 th 


do 


do 


do do 


Joshua Terrel 


Feb*" 2 i 8t 


do 


War 


Dead Apr 1 15 th 77 


John Mason 


do 6 (h 


do 


3 years 


Dead Oc 4 25 th do 


Will m Marden 


March 30 th 


do 


do 


Dead Decern 1 " I st do 


Sidon Martin 


April 20 th 




War 


Dead Nov 12 th do 


Abr m Potter 


do 3 d 




3 years 


Dead Sep' 30 th do 


Eben r Comings 


Feb y 20 




3 years 


Dead March 7 th 78 


Jam 8 Hall 


April 4 th 




War 


do do 8 th do 


Jam 8 Hall Jun r 


Feb* - 3 d 


3 years 77 


do do 10 th do 


Petter Pomp 


Jany 27 th 


77 


War 


do March 15 th do 


Benj a Hall 


do 28 


do 


3 years 


do do 12 do 


Jam 3 Bacheldor 


Feby 21 


do 


do 


Discharg 1 Jany 30 th 80 


Josiah Bean 


Novem r 28 


1776 


do 


do Novem r 21 st 79 


Charles Burget 


Oc l 22 nd 


1777 


do 


discharged Jany 1780 


John Cunningham 


Feby 10 


do 


do 


Dischargd Jany 27 th 80 


Josiah Chase 


Jany 20 th 


do 


do 


do do 20 do 


W m Furnell 


do 23 


do 


do 


do do 23 do 


Joseph Griffin 


do 30 


do 


do 


do do do do 


John Leavit 


do 30 


do 


do 


do do 30 do 


Abrah m Page 


Feb^ 10 th 


do 


do 


do do do do 


Jonat h Prescot 


Jan? 7 


do 


do 


do do do do 


Chase Page 


Feby 22 nd 


do 


do 


do do do do 


Tho s Speed 


do 6 th 


do 


do 


do do do do 


Amray Andrews 


Novem r 21 


st 7 6 




do Nov r 2i st 79 


Winthrop French 


Jany 28 m 


77 


do 


do Aug' 1 5 th 78 


Sam 1 Baker 


Feby 27 th 


77 


do 


Kild Oc 1 7 th 77 ' 


Will m Blake 


do 20 


do 


do 


do May 12 th 78 


John Gilman 


Feby 10 th 


1777 


3 years 


Dead March 15 th 78 


Jam 8 Marten 


March 12 th 


do 


Deserted May I st , 77 


Andr w M c Cuggen 


do 16 


do 


do 


do do 10 th do 


Will m Smart 


April 20 th 


do 


do 


do June 15 th do 


John Massh 


Feby 15 th 


do 


do 


do do do do 


Jam 8 Grow 


March 10 th do 


do 


do do 20 do 


Benj a Palmer 


do 12 


do 


do 


do April 27 th do 


Anthony Barber 


July 24 th 


73 


War 


do March 27 79 


Gil. Bartelmy 


April I st 


do 


War 


do Transford to the 5 Cap 1 
Compy Dec r 22 nd 79 


Joseph Coster 


do do 


do 


do 




Joseph Chaterad 


do do 


do 


do 


Deserted March 6 th 78 


Bartlemy Cabny 


do do 


do 


do 


do do 4 do 


Glod Colombo 


do do 


do 


do 


Transferd to 5 Cap ta Compy as 
above 


Lewis Devino 


July 24 


78 


do 


Deserted March 6 79 


Math nv Gotha 


April i 8t 


do 


do 


do March 27 79 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



29 



Names 



Jack Honaway 

Vincent O. Nosterous 
John Rowe 
Gosperal Tripp 



When Inlisted and For 
what Term 




Remarks 



Transferd to the 5 th Cap* Compy 

as above 
Deserted March 27 th 79 
do do 11 th do 

Transferd to the 5 Cap ts Compy as 

above 



I do Certify upon my honour that the Above Is a true State of 
the Above Company Without fraud to the State or any Individual 
according To my Best knowledge Neal M c Gaffey En s 

I do Certify the Within Is a True state of the Company according 
to my Best knowledge Dan 1 Livermore Cap* Commandant 

We do here by Certify that the above named Charles Burget Did 
not Desert but Inlested (by leave) of a Gen 1 order Into Sheldens 
Dragoons J Mills Lieu 1 

Nathan Hoit Lieu 1 



30 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[6-39] [Return of Capt. Daniel Livermorc s Co. Jan. 1, 1780.] 

A List of the Non Comm d . Officers and Privates in Cap 1 . Dan 1 . 
Livermores Company in the 3 d New Hampshire Reg 1 , that were 



Enlisted During war and For three year 
1777 to Jan? first 1780 with the Casualties 



From the first of Jan y . 



Enlisted 



1777 
March 31 
do 4 
do 16 
Feb? 3 
1778 
Ap 1 1 

1777 
Ap 1 12 

March 31 

do 10 



Ap 1 1 

1779 
June 20 
July 12 

1777 
Ap 1 6 



do 17 
do 20 
do 1 

March 15 
Ap> 9 
Feb? 19 
Ap 1 6 
do 20 



1777 
Ap 1 . 9 
do 12 



Mens Names 




Sam 1 Smith 
Robert Livingston 
Moses Page 
George Cooper 

Stephen Webster 



Abial Stevens 
Joseph Bigford 
Abner Hogg 

Amos Flood 

David Nevins 
Andrew White 

Benj n Karr 



Sam 1 Judgkins 
Charles M c Carty 
Nath 1 Brown 

Obadiah Kimball 
John Austin 
Joshua Bell 
John Boyes 
Obadiah Dudy ^ 

Charles HacketJ 



William Eastman 
Jacob Eastman 



Serj* 
do 
do 
do 

do 



Corp 1 
do 
do 

do 

do 
do 

do 



Drum r 

Fifer 

do 

Private 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 



do 
do 



For 

what 
Term 



3 year 
the war 
3 year 
the war 



3 year 

the war 

3 year 

do 



do 

the war 
do 

3 year 



the war 
3 year 
the war 

3 year 

do 

do 

do 
the war 



3 year 
do 



Casualties 



Died September 14, 1777 
Promoted Ens u 20 th May 1779 



Promoted to Corporal August 

x 5 — 177S, and to a Serjent 

May 1, 1780 
Died of his wounds Oct r 20, 

1777 
Returned to a Private Nov r 20, 

1777 & died June 29 1778. 
Promoted Corporal July 20, 1777 

— Transfer 1 d to the 9 th Comp. 

Dec r 22, 1778 & Promoted 

Serg' at same time 
Promoted Corporal August 15, 

1778 
Promoted Corporal Ap 1 1, 1780 
Promoted Corporal Jan^ 1, 1780 

Transfer'd to 9 th Company Dec r 
22, 1778 and Promoted Cor- 
poral at same time [1780 
Promoted Drum maj. Jan? I, 
Killed in Battel October 7, 1777 
Promoted from a Private June 

15, 1777 
Killed in Battel October 7, 1777 
Died August 20, 1777 [1779 
Discharged for Inability Ap 1 I, 

absent without Leave Sence Jan? 
1, 1778 

Joined instead of Obadiah Dudy 
March 14, 1779 Deserted 
Ap 1 1, 1779 — Joined from 
Desertion Ap 1 10, 1780 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



31 



Enlisted 



Ap 1 . 8 
March 22 
Jan? 15 
Ap 1 1 

do 28 

do 18 

do 21 

do 6 
May 10 
Ap 1 20 

do 

do 

March 3 1 
Ap'i2 
May 2 
Ap 1 10 
March 15 
Ap 1 10 

do 10 

do 8 
May 13 

1777 
May 10 
Ap>i3 

do 1 
do 18 

do r 

March 22 
Ap 1 1 
Feb^ 15 
do 17 

Ap'5 



March 

Ap'6 

May 



10 



Ap x i9 
do 2 
March 10 

1778 
Ap 1 9 



Mens Names 




Jorem h Fairfield 
Solomon Fisk 
James Gordon 
Frederick Freeman 
John Garland 
John Craig 
William Heath 
John Hillery 
Thomas Hoit 
John Martin 

Robert Morrill 

Thomas Pitts 
Benj n Serjent 
Phinehas Stevens 
Hezekiah Swain 
Andrew Stone 
John Straw 
Edward Taylor 
Oliver Taylor 
Sam 1 Worthing 
Dan 1 Chandler ) 
Sam 1 Colby $ 

Aquila Davis 
Philip Rowel 

Peter Tozer 
James Craige 

John Crawford 

Beriah Abbott 
Calvin Goodnough 
James Gibson 
Thomas Holmes 

James Nesmith 

Eben r Farnum 
Vallentine OSullivan 
Pratt Chase 

William Johnson 
William Rowe 
Loyd Jones 

Edward Arms 



Private 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

do 
do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 

do 



For 
what 
Term 



3 year 

do 
the war 

do 
3 year 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

the war 
3 year 
the war 
3 year 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



3 year 
do 

do 
do 

do 

do 

do 

the war 

do 

3 year 

do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 

do 



Casualties 



Died August 10, 1778 
Deserted Feb 1 y 1, 1779 
Killed in Battel October 7, 1777 
Died May 10, 1778 



Died September 1, 1778 
Transfer'd to 9 Company Dec r 

22, 1778 
Transfer'd to the Corps of In- 
valids Sep r 10, 1778 



Died Ap 1 21, 1778 



Died Nov r ro, 1778 [?] 
Deserted Ap 1 1, 1779 
Joined in Stead of Dan 1 Chand- 
ler Ap 1 10, 1780 

Discharge Sep r 10, 1778 For 
Inability 

Transfer'd to the 9 th Company 

Dec r 22, 177^ 
Died of his wounds October 12, 

1777 

Absent Sence July 7, 1777 
Killed in Battel July 7, 1777 
Deserted Nov r 19, 1778 — Joined 

from Desertion Ap 1 17,1780 
Transfer 4 to 9 th Company Dec r 

22, 1778 

killed in Battel July 7, 1777 
Deserted to the Enemy June 20, 

1777 
Died August 26, 1777 

Died June 1, 1777 



32 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Enlisted 


Mens Names 


Rank 


For 
what 
Term 


Casualties 


1778 
Ap'i2 

1779 

July 12 

June 20 

do 20 

do 

1779 
June 20 
do 20 

1777 
Ap' I st 


Jacob Burkheart 

Sam' Caldwell 
David Kinneston 
John Trickey 
Sam 1 Trickey 

David Hammond 
William Morling 

Joseph Porter 


Private 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

do 


3 year 

the war 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

3 year 


Died Ap'. 27, 1778 



Dan 1 Livermore Captain 



[6-40] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

\Capt. Daniel Livermore s Co. Return.'] 



33 



A Return of all the men that Now are and that have Ever Been 
In Cap 1 Dan 1 Livermores Comp y In the 3 rd Regiment of New Hamp- 
shire Forces from the I st day of Janur y 1777 to the I st day of Jan y 
1780 Specifying the times of the several deaths discharges Promo- 
tions & disertions during the time aforesaid 



Names 



Times of Inlistment and 
Term for 



Remarks 



Serjeants 
Samuel Smith 
Robert Livingston 
George Cooper 
Moses Page 

Corporals 
Abiel Stephen 

Joseph Bigford 
Aner Hogg 
Obediah Kimball 
Amos Flood 

Webster 



Andrew White 
Drums Fifes 

Sam 1 Judkins 

Nath 1 Brown 

Charles M c Carty 
Privates 

John Austin 

Joshua Bell 

John Boyce 

dudy 

William Eastman 

Jacob Eastman 

Jeremiah Fairfield 

Solomon Fisk 

James Gordon 

Frederick Freeman 

John Garland 

John Craig 

James Craig 

William Heath 

John Hillery 

Thomas Hoit 

John Martin 

Robert Morrill 



March 31 st 1 777 3 Years 
do 4 th do durs war 
Febry 3 d do do 

March 16 th do 3 Years 

Aprile 12 th 1777 dur§ war 



March 31 st do 
do 20 th do 
do 15 th do 

Aprile I s ' do 



3 Years 
3 Years 
do 
do 



Aprile I st 1778 3 Years 

July 12 th 1779 durs war 

Aprile 17 th 1777 dur war 
do I st do do 

do 20 th do 3 Years 



April 9 th 1777 
Febr? 19 th 1777 
Aprile 6 th do 



do 
do 
do 
do 



do 

do 9 

do 12 th 

do 8 th 
March 22 nd do 
Jany 15 th do 
Aprile I st do 

do 28 th do 

do 18 th do 
Aprile 18 th 1777 

do 2i 8t do 

do 6 th do 
May 10 th 



do 



Aprile 20 th do 



do 



do 



3 Years 
War 

3 Years 
war 

3 Years 
do 
do 
do 
war 
do 

3 Years 
do 

3 Years 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



died 14 th of Sep 4 1777 



Promoted to an Ensign 20 th of 

May 1779 
died of his Wounds October 20 th 

1777 
died June 29 th 1778 
Transferd to the 9 th Compy 
killed in Battle oct r 7 th 1777 
Promoted to Corporal august 15 th 

1778 
Promoted To a Corp 1 agust 15 th 



killed October 7 th 1777 

died October 10 th 1777 
discharged Aprile 1 1779 

diserted Aprile I st 1779 



died August 10 th 1778 
diserted Feby I st 1779 
killed In Battle oct r 7 th 1777 
died May 10 th 1778 

Transferd to the 9 th Compy 



died Jany I st 1779 
Transferd to the 9 th Compy 
Transferd to the Corps of Inva- 
lides Sep 10 th 1778 



34 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Names 


Times of Inlistment and 
Term for 


Remarks 


Thomas Pitts 


Aprile2i Bt 1777 


3 Years 




Benj a Serjeant 


March 31 st do 


do 




Phineas Stephens 


Aprile 12 th do 


war 


died Aprile 21 st 1778 


Hezekiah Swain 


May 2 nd do 


3 Years 




Andrew Stone 


do 10 th do 


do 




John Straw 


March 1 5 th do 


do 




Edward Taylor 


Aprile 10 th do 


do 




Olliver Taylor 


do do do 


do 




Sam 1 Worthin 


do 9 th do 


do 


Died Nov r 10 th 1777 


Daniel Chandler 


May 13 th do 


3 Year 


Diserted Aprile I st 1779 


Acquilla Davers 


do 10 th do 


do 




Joseph Porter 


Aprile I st do 


do 


died April 27 th 1778 


Phillip Rowell 


do 15 do 


do 


discharg d Sep 1 10 th 1778 


Peter Tozer 


do I st do 


do 




John Crosfield 


do 1 do 


do 


died of his Wounds Oct 12 th 1777 


Beriah Abbott 


March 22 nd do 


do 




Calvin Goodenough 


Aprile I st do 


do 


discharged 


James Gibson 


Febrr 19 th do 


war 


Missing July 17 th 1777 


Thomas Holmes 


do 17 th do 


do 


diserted 


Benjamin Karr 


do 6 th do 


3 Years 


Transferd to the 9 th Comp? 


James Nesmith 


Aprile 5 th do 


do 


do do do 


Ebenz r Vernum 


March 4 th do 


do 




Vallentine 0. Sullivan 


Aprile 6 th do 


do 


Missing July 17 th 1777 


Pratt Chace 


May 10 th do 


do 


diserted to the Enemy June 20 th 
1777 


William Johnson 


Aprile 13 th do 


do 


died august 26 th 1777 


William Rowe 


do do do 


do 




Charles Bryant 


do 2i 8t do 


durs war 


diserted May I st 1777 


John Ayers 


do 12 th do 


do 


do June 10 th do 


James Thomas 


March 24 th do 


3 Years 


do March 22 nd do 


James Berry 


Aprile 5 th do 


do 


do Aprile 8 th do 


Thomas Adams 


do 9 th do 


do 


do do 10 th do 


Loyd Jones 


March 10 th 1777 3 Years 


died June I st 1777 


Edward Arms 


Aprile 9 th 1778 


do 




Jacob Burkhart 


do 12 th do 


do 




Joseph Ryant 


do 12 th do 


2 Years 




Henry Syllingham 


do do do 


do 




Jacob Syllingham 


do do do 


do 




Samuel Caldwell 


■ July 12 th 1779 


war 




David Kenneston 


June 20 th do 


do 




David Nevens 


do do do 


do 




John Trickey 


do do do 


do 




Samuel Trickey 


Jan? 25 th 1780 


do 




Charles Hacket 






diserted Aprile 1 1779 


John Gault 


July 12 th 1779 


1 Year 




James Hendrick 


do do do 


do 




David Hammond 


June 20 th do 


war 




William Morling 


do do do 


1 Year 




Nath 1 Martin 


do 26 th do 


do 





REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



35 



Names 


Times of Inlistment and 
Term for 


Remarks 


Noyes 


June 28 th 1779 


1 Year 








Jonathan Stephens 


do 26 th do 


do 








Samuel Squires 


July 31 st do 


do 








Olliver Brown 


Aprile 9 th 1777 8 months 


discharged 


Jan? 10 th 


1778 


Nath 1 Bishop 


do do do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Thomas Far 


do do do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Elisha Kingsbury 


do do do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


John Richardson 


may 12 do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cornelius Roberts 


do do do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Thomas Whitney 


do do 




died October i 8t 1778 





I do Certify upon my honour that the Above Is a True * 

I do Certify that the Within Is a true State of the Within Men- 
tioned Company according to my Best knowledge 

Cap' Commandant 



[6-44] [Return of Capt. Benjamin Stone's Co.] 

Return of the Non Commissioned Officers & Privates in the late 
Cap t Benjamin Stones Company 3 d New Hampshire Reg 1 . 



Inlisted 


Names 


Rank 


Term 


Casualties 


1777 










Jan? 27 


Bradley Richards 




3 year 


Promoted to an Ensign May 
9- l 779 


Feby 12 


Edw d Kendall 


Sergeant 


War 


Dead June 15, 1778 


do 27 


Aaron Copps 


do 


3 year 


Discharged May 20, 1779 


do 27 


Benj a Knight 


do 


do 


do Feb? 27 do 


do 10 


George Shepherd 


Corp 1 


War 


Promoted to Serg 1 Apr 1 1, 
1780 


do 10 


William Presson 


do 


3 year 


Promoted to Serg' Jan 1, 1778 
Discharged Feb. 10, 1780 


do 20 


Eleazer Emerson 


do 


do 


Missing July 7, 1777 


May 10 


Samuel Serjeants 




do 


Promoted to Corp 1 Oct 21, 
1778 Discharged May 10, 


1778 








1780 


March 


George Averitt 


Drum 


2 year 


Discharged March 1780 


1777 










Feb- V 27 


Benjamin Atwood 


Private 


3 do 


do Feb^ 27, 1780 


March 4 


James Barns 


do 


War 




do 16 


Silas Brown 


do 


do 


Dead Dec r 10, 1777 



* The remainder of this certificate is missing in the original. — Ed. 



36 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Inlisted 



1777 
Feby 13 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



3 
20 
12 
15 

7 



March 10 
do 10 

Feby 10 
do 10 

March 16 
do 10 

Feb? 27 
do 20 
do 15 

March 27 

Ap 1 12 

March 10 

Feb? 10 

Ap 1 1 

March 15 
do 10 

Feb? 21 
do 27 

May 27 

June 10 
do 10 
do 10 

Feb? 12 



March 3 

Feb? 27 
do 12 

Ap ! 7 
Feb? 27 
do 27 
March 12 
Feb? 7 
March 10 

Feb? 24 
do 24 
March 10 
do 12 

Feby 13 



Names 




Joseph Chase 
Nathaniel Chase 
Collins Eaton 
Silas Fox 
Nathaniel Hull 
Richard Heath 
Enoch Hunt 
John Holmes 
James Hastings 
Robert Hastings 
Samuel Hull 
Joseph Hobard 
Thomas Wood 
Ezra Mirick 
Christopher March 
John Philips 
Timothy Page 
Benjamin Presson 
Asa Spencer 
Joseph Smith 

Moses Smart 
Isaac Smith 
John Seshings 
Henry Springer 
Ward Clark 
Edward Wood 
Andrew Newell 
Austin George 
John Riant 



John Tyler 

Sterling Heath 
Zebedee Heath 
Thomas Hail 
Moses Knight 
Caleb Knight 
David Nevins 
David Jewell 
George Nilson 

Richard Emerson 
John Burton 
Paul Wells 
Benjamin Philips 

John Whittin 



Private 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 



do 



3 year 

do 

do 

War 

do 

3 year 

do 

War 

do 

do 

3 years 

War 

3 years 

do 

War 

do 

3 years 

do 

War 

do 

3 year 

do 

War 

3 years 

do 

do 

do 

do 

War 



3 year 



do 


War 


do 


3 years 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


War 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



do 



Casualities 



Discharged Feby 13, 1780 
Deserted July 7, 1777 
Killed Oct r 7, 1777 

Dead Sep r 6, 1777 

do July 10, 1778 

Discharged March 16, 1780 

Died Dec r 1, 1777 

Dead Sep r 28, 1777 

Sep 1 28, 1779 

do 8 th Sep r 1777 

Discharged 27 Feby 1780 
Dead 28 th Sep r 1777 
do 28 do 

Dead 26 th Sep r 1777 
Discharged 10 th March 1780 
Dead 7 th March 1778 
Promoted to a Serjeant March 

1, 1780 
Discharged 15 th March 1780 
do 10 do 

Discharged 27 th Feby 1780 
do 27 th May 1780 

Discharged June 10 1780 

Missing 1 Sep r 1777 

Discharged June 10, 1780 

Deserted Jany 1, 1780 — 
Joined Ap 1 1, 1780 & de- 
serted to the Enemy since 

Deserted & returned, & de- 
serted &c 

Deserted March 15, 1780 

Missing 7 July th 1777 
do 

Discharged 27 th Feby 1780 

Dead July 1, 1778 
do do 

Discharged 7 th Feby 1780 
do 1 June 1777 (Ma- 
niac) 

Missing 7 th July "77 

Deserted 11 March 1777 
do 

left sick Sunsberry Sep r 1779 
Died Oct r 12, 1780 

Desarted Feby 23, 1780 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



37 



Inlisted 



1777 
Feb y 20 
do 16 
March 17 

do 10 

1778 

May 30 

do 30 

do 

do 

1777 
Feby 27 

do 

do 

1778 
Ap 1 

1777 
March 

do 

1779 
July 7 
do 7 

1780 
March 20 

1779 
July 7 

1780 
April 15 
March 19 
June 3 

1777 
Feby 4 
Jany 27 



March 19 



Names 



John Mastin 
Joel Fox 
Elijah Lucas 
Richard Smart 

Stephen Keys 
George Christopher 
William Inglish 
John Peters 

Abel Webster 
Gideon Wood 
Thomas Wood 

Daniel Cross 

Richard Griffin 
Daniel Moss 

James Sanborn 
Nicholas Hall 

Samuel Heath 

Richard Cook 

James Cavanaugh 
Jacob Gile 
Jonathan Edds 

Benj a Eaton 
Joseph Coops 



Josiah Williby 



Rank 



Private 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 

do 

do 
do 

do 
do 

do 

do 

Private 
do 
do 

do 
do 



do 



Term 



Wai- 
do 
do 
3 year 

2 years 

3 years 
War 

do 

do 

3 year 

do 

War 



War 

do 
do 

do 

do 

War 
do 
iy 

3 year 
do 

do 



Casualties 



Dead June 1777 

do 1 June 1777 

do 1 Sep r 1777 
Discharged 10 March 1780 

do 30 May 1780 



Dead July 1778 
Discharged Feb y 1780 
do do 



Dead July 1778 

Deserted — Joined Dec 1 — 

Promoted to Fifer Aug 4 1, 1780 
Promoted to a Drum r Aug' 1, 

1780 
Promoted to a Corp 1 Sep r 1, 

1780 



Discharged Dec r 12 '8o 



Promoted to a Serj 1 Oct' 1, 
1779 Discharged Jan. 27 
'So 

Dec r 25 th 1777 



I do Certify that the within Return is a true state of the Company- 
agreeable to a Muster Roll, from November 8 th 1776, to June 15 th 
1777 and one Roll for the month of January 1778 being the whole 
of the original Muster Rolls, that can be found, and for any further 
information, Captain Benjamin Stone, Late of the 3 d New Hamp- 
shire Regiment must be applyd to for the same 

John Dennett Cap 1 



38 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[6-43] 



[Return of Capt. McGregorc s Co.] 



Return of the men Inlisted in the seventh Company, third New 
Hamp r Reg 1 by Cap 1 Benj a Stone — Now Com ded by Cap 1 M c Gregore 



Names 



Benj a Knight Serjeant 
Edw d Kendall Serj 1 
Aaron Copps Serj' 

Joseph Copps 

promoted to Corp 1 
do to Serj* 
Eleazer Emerson Corp 1 
George Shepherd Corp 1 
Samuel Sargeants 

promoted to Corp 1 
Benj a Eaton drumer 
George Averitt drum 
Benj a Atwood 
James Barnes 
Silas Brown 
George Brintnall 
Ward Clark 
Joseph Chase 
Nathaniel Chase 
Abraham Chase 
Richard Cook 
Asa Croson 
Benj a Croson 
Thomas Dow 
Collins Eaton 
Jonathan Ferring 
Stephen Flanders 
Silas Fox 
Joel Fox 
Richard Griffin 
Austin George 
Enoch Heath Jun r 
Enoch Heath Senior 
Jonathan Heath 
Sterling Heath 
Nathaniel Hull 
Zebedee Heath 
Thomas Hail 
Richard Heath 
Enoch Hunt 
John Holmes 
Robert Hastings 
James Hastings 



When Inlisted and for 
What Time 



27 Feb r r 1777 3 Years 
12 th do War 

27 do 3 years 



27 Jan 1 ? 

1 Sepf 1777 

1 Oct r 1779 

20 th Feb 1 ? 1777 

10 th do 

8 th May 

21 October 77 

4 th Feb 1 ? 1777 

28 th March 1778 

27 Feb r y 1777 

4 March 

16 do 

1 March 

27 May 

13 Feb r y 

3 d do 

16 th May 

15 th July 



do 

1778 

1777 

do 



7 July 
7 do 



1779 

1779 

do 

1777 

20 th Feb r y 1777 

5 th May 

9 th do 

16 th Feb r ? 1777 

10 th June 1777 
8 th May 1777 
1 June do 

8 th May do 
27 th Feb r y 77 
th do 



15 

I2 tb 

7 th Ap 1 
7 th Feb 1 ? 
11 th March 
io ,h do 
10 th Feb 1 "? 
10 th Feb r y 



do 



3 years 



3 years 

War 

3 year 



3 years 
' do 
do 
War 
do 
1 year 
3 year 
do 
do 

War 
1 Year 
do 

3 year 
8 Months 

do 
War 

do 

3 years 
8 Months 

do 

do 
War 

do 
3 Years 

do 

do 

do 
War 

do 

do 



Remarks — 



Discharged 27, Feb 1 ? 1780 
died 20 th June 1778 
wounded Sep r 19 th dischargd may 
22, 1779 



discharge 27 th Jan r ^ 1780 
Missing July 7 th 1777 



dead 1777 

discharged 27 th Feb 1 ? 1780 

died Dec r 31, 1777 
discharg'd 1 March 1779 

dischargd 13 th Feb^ 1780 
deserted July 1778 — 
Missing July 7 th 1777 



dead 1777 

Killed October 7 th 1777 
dischargd 10 th Jan r r 1778 
died October 24 1777 

died June 30 th 1777 
died June 1778 

discharg'd 10 th January 1778 
do do 

do do 

died Sept r 6 th 1777 

dead 1777 

dead do 

dead June 28 th 1778 

dead 1777 

dead Sept r 29 1779 

dead Sepf 28 th 1777 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



39 



Names 


When Inlisted and for 
What Time 


Remarks — 


Samuel Hull 


1 6 th March 3 year 


dead Sepf 8 th 77 


Joseph Hobart 


10 th do War 




Enoch Heath 


9 th May 


discharged 1777 


Nicholas Hall 


1 August 1779 War 




David Jewell 


yth Feb r y 1777 3 year 


discharged 7 th Feb ry 1780 


Josiah Johnson 


7 th may 8 Months 


discharged 10 th January 1778 


Moses Knight 


27 th Feb r y 3 year 


discharged 27 th Feb y 1780 


Caleb Knight 


do do 


dead July 1 1778 


William Inglish 


1 July 1778 War 


deserted Dec r 1779 


Elijah Lucas 


17 March 1777 do 


dead Sepf 1 1777 


Daniel Moss 


5 th March do do 




Ezra Mirick 


20 th Feb y 3 years 


dead Sept r 28 1777 


Christopher Mash 


15 th do War 


do 33 d do 


Stephen March 


1 May 8 Months 


discharged 10 th Jan y 1778 


George Nelson 


10 th March War 


discharged 20 th August 1777 


(Maniac) 






Andrew Newell 


10 th June 


Missing Sept r 1 1777 


David Nevens 


7 th Feb ry 1777 


Taken Prisoner & [died Feb 1 ? 
1778 


John peters 


1 June 1778 War 




John Riant 


March 1777 do 


$ deserted Jan ry 1780 Joined 
I March 8 th 1780 


John Philips 


27 th do do 




Benjamin Philips 


do do 


left Sick Sunsbury 1779 


Timothy Page 


12 th Ap 1 3 year 


dead Sepf 26 th 1777 


Benjamin Presson 


10 th March do 




Asa Spenser 


10 th Feb ry • War 


dead March 7 th 1778 


Joseph Smith 


1 Ap 1 1777 War 




Moses Smart 


15 th March 3 year 




Isaac Smith 


10 th do 




Jn° Seshings 


21 Feb ry War 




Jn° Straw 


7 th May 8 months 


discharged 10 th Jan' y 1778 


Henry Springer 


27 th Feb ry 3 years 


discharged 27 th Feb'? 1780 


Richard Smart 


10 th March do 




John Tyler 


3 rd March 1777 do 


deserted 1 Sepf 1777. Returned 
Inlisted during War & deserted 
the second time 


Josiah Willoughby 


12 March War 


dead Dec r 31, 1777 


John Whitten 


13 th Feb^ do 




Abel Webster 


28 th do do 


dead July 1, 1778. 


Gideon Wood 


27 th do 3 years 


discharged Feb y 27 th 1780 


Thomas Wood 


27 th do do 


do do do 


Benjamin Williams 


9 lh May 8 months 


discharged 10 th Jan ry 1778 


Edward Wood 


10 June 3 years 




John Wilson "j 


of the Convention Troops 




Isaac Gay 


Inlisted byCap* Stone in 




John Bradshaw & | 


May 1778, & Deserted 




John M c Dorman J 


to the Brittish the July 
Following 





40 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Names 


When Inlisted and for 
What Time 


Remarks — 


David Keezer 
Joseph Lamson 
W m Presson Serj* 


7 th July 1779 1 year 
1 August do do 


Transfered to Cap 4 Hawkins 
Company 



N. B. Those who have no Remarks Entered Ag st their Names, 

are now with the Reg 1 . 

James Blanchard Lieu 1 

I do Certify that the foregoing list is a True State of the Occur- 
ences 



[6-52] 



[Return of Capt. Hawkins s Co.] 



Return of the men in Cap 1 Hawkins Company N° 9, in the third 
New Hampshire Regiment 



When Inlisted and for 
What Time 



Remarks 



Thomas Beal Serj' 

William Presson Corp 
promoted to Serj' 

Abner Hogg 

promoted to Corp 1 
do to Serj 1 

Benjamin Can- 
promoted to Corp 1 

Stephen Andrews 

Frances Combs 

Daniel Cross 
do 

John Ellis 

Nehemiah Harbour 

James Hall 

Solomon How 

John Purpell 

Benjamin Powell 

William Temple 

Edward Webber 

Joseph Wheat 

Robert Woodward 

Samuel Silver 

Reuben Austin 

Peter Abbott 



20 th May 1777 3 Years 

10 th Feb 1 ^ do 

1 January 1778 

18 th March 1777 3 years 

20 th July do 

I st January 1779 

Feb>y 6 1777 3 years 



1 Januar) 


1779 




6 th July 


1779 


War 


1 May 


do 


do 


1 May 


1778 


2 years 


1 Nov r 


1779 


Wal- 


2 July 


do 


do 


12 th 


do 


do 


12 


do 


do 


12 th 


do 


do 


12 th 


do 


do 


1 June 


do 


do 


1 July 


do 


do 


9 do 


do 


do 


2 do 


do 


do 
do 


1 April 


1777 


do 


1 Mav 


1778 


3 years 


25 th Jan^ 


1777 


do 



discharged 10 th Feb 1 '** 1780 



discharged Jan r ^ 25 th 1780 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



41 





When Inlisted and for 
What Time 


Remarks 


John Combs 


6 March 


1778 


3 years 




James Craig 


18 th Ap 1 


1777 


do 




George Fishly 


7 March 


1778 


3 years ? 




do 


do 


1779 


War $ 




Joseph Green 


1 June 


1778 


3 years 




Stephen Keyes 


20 th May 


1778 


2 years 




John Martin 


20 th Ap 1 


1777 


3 years 




James Nesmith 


5 th do 


do 


do 




John Philips ) 


Enter'd in Com 


py No. 7 




Benjamin Philips $ 










Jeremiah Smith 


20 th Ap 1 


1777 3 years 




Daniel Torey 


16 th do 


do 


do 




Elijah Wadleigh 


18 th Ap 1 


do 


do 




Jeremiah Bowers 


6 th July 


1779 


1 year 




Jesse Brown 


rth 


do 


do 




Simon Clemans 


olid 


do 


do 




Enos Gilbert 


12 th 


do 


do 




Joel Priest 


rth 


do 


do 




Ephraim Pearce 


6th 


do 


do 




Joseph Smith 


rth 


do 


do 




Oliver Clough 


10 th 


do 


do 




Oliver Whiting 


IO th 


do 


do 




William Nicholas 


IO th 


do 


do 




Moses Duty 
do 


r Ap 1 
1 March 


1777 
1779 


3 years ? 
War I 


Deserted 1 April 1779 


Jonathan Shoot 


1 Ap 1 


1777 


3 years 




do 


1 March 


1779 


War 


deserted 1 Ap 1 1779 


Benjamin Ouimby 


1 Ap 1 


1777 


3 years 




do 


1 March 


1779 


War 


deserted 1 Ap 1 1779 



N B. Those that have no Remarks Entered Against their Names 
are Effectives, now in the Regiment. — 

Camp Danbury 9 th Feb ry 1780 — Jon a Cilley Ensign 

I Do Certify Upon my honour that the Within is a True State of 
the Company afforesaid as specifyed In the Preamble hereof accord- 
ing to my Best knowledge without fraud to the state or any Indi- 
vidual 

I do Certify that the Within is a True State of the Com^ Affore- 
said According To my Best knowledge 

Dan 1 Livermore Cap 1 Com 



4^ 

[6-54] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[Return of Capt. James Gray s Co.] 



Return of the Non Commissioned Officers and Privates of the 
Company formerly Captain James Grays in the 3 rd New Hampshire 
Regiment, Commanded by Colonel Alexander Scammell from the 
first of January 1777 to the first of January 1780. Engaged During 
the War and three years with the Date of their Inlistment & Time 
of Service &c 



Inlisted 


Mens Names 


Rank 


Term 


Casualties. 


1776 










Dec r 1 


Adino Goodenough 


Serj 4 Maj r 


War 


Discharged Dec r 24 th 1778 


1777 










Jan? 30 


Neal M c Gafley 


Serj 4 Maj r 


3 year 


Promoted to Ser 4 Maj r Dec r 
24 78 


Jan? 30 


Edward Mason 


Serj 1 Maj r 


War 


Promoted to an Ensign to take 
Rank from Nov 14 1777 Pro- 
moted to Serj 4 Maj r Feb r I st 


April 1 


John Jones 


O.M.Serj 4 


War 


1780 


Feb? 22 


John Harvey 


Serjeant 


3 year 


Promoted to an Ensign to take 
Rank from May 1 1778 


April 15 


Michael Parks 


Serj 4 


3 year 


Dischargd 


March 8 


Daniel Cass 


Serj' 


3 year 


Dischargd 


April 13 


Moses Fellows 


Serj' 


3 year 


Promoted to a Serj 4 June i 6t 
1779 Dischargd 


March 27 


James Flagg 


Serj 4 


3 year 


Died Sep r 24 4h 1777 


April 18 


Isaac Davis 


Serj 4 


3 year 


Died July 8 th 1777 


May 30 


Thomas Beal 


Serj 4 


3 year 


Promoted to a Serj 4 Aug 4 I st 
1779 


April 13 


Abraham T. Sweat 


Corporal 


3 year 


Dischargd 


May 30 


Abner Fowler 


Corp 1 


3 year 


Promoted to a Corp 1 May I st 
1779 


April 23 


Benjamin Chase 


Corp 1 


3 year 


Promoted to a Corp 1 June I st 
1779 


March 8 


Daniel Cass 


Corp 1 


3 year 


Promoted to a Serj 4 July 10 th 
1779 


April 21 


Nathaniel Daniels 


Corp 1 


3 year 


Died March 31 84 1778 


April 13 


Moses Fellows 


Corp 1 


3 year 


Promoted to a Serj 4 June I st 1779 


April 23 


John Muggett 


Corp 1 


3 year 


Promoted Jan? I st 1778 to a 
Corp 1 Dischargd March I st 
1779 by Richard Sinkler tak- 
ing his Place 


April 13 


Ephraim Heath 


Corp 1 


3 year 


Died March 26 th 1778 


May 20 


Andrew Gage 


Corp 1 


3 year 


Promoted to a Corp 1 March 26 
& Died July io 4h 1778 


March 18 


Thomas Powell 


DrumMaj r 


3 year 


Reduced to a Common Drum 
May 28 1779 


Feby 17 


Noah Sinkler 


D r Maj r 


3 year 


Promoted to a Drum- Major 


1780 








May 28 1779 


Feby 1 


Samuel Judkins 


D r Maj r 


War 





REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



43 



Inlisted 


Mens Names 


Rank 


Term 


Casualties 


1777 










March 26 


Joshua Thornton 


Fife Maj r 


3 year 


Promoted Fife Major Aug 20 th 


1779 








1778 Discharged May 30 


April 26 


John Morrison 


Fife 


3 year 


Promoted Dec r 22 nd 1778 to a fife 


July 14 


Charles Cook 


Private 


War 


Transferd to the Jersey Line 


1777 








Oct r 11 1780 


April 20 


Joshua Snow 


do 


War 


Deserted June 15 1780 


March 27 


James Mason 


do 


War 


Sick at New Hampshire since 
March 1778 


May 30 


Heman Amy 


do 


3 year 


dischargd 


April 20 


William Bur ley 


do 


3 year 


Dischargd 


April 20 


Jonathan Bean 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


March 8 


Moses Cass 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


May 24 


Sergeant Currier 


do 


do 


Dischargd March 21 1780 


June 30 


David Clifford 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


1778 










Jan? 27 


Zaccheus Clough 


do 


War 


Transferd to the Late M c Clarys 


1777 








Compy 3 d Feby 1780 


April 1 


Epheriam Dudley 


do 


3 year 


Dischargd 


April 1 


Truworthy Dudley 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


May 24 


Thomas Dolloff 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


April 20 


John Durgan 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


April 13 


Daniel Felch 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


April 13 


Matthew Greely 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


April 13 


Ruben Hoit 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


April 13 


Benjamin Howard 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


April 1 


William Mallan 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


April 18 


James Maston 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


May 23 


John Piper 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


May 30 


David Piper 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


April 16 


Daniel Philbrook 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


April 16 


Zachariah Ouinby 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


May 23 


John Bowen 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


May 30 


Lemuel Rowell 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


April 16 


Joseph Sanborn 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


April 16 


Benjamin Sleeper _ 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


April 16 


Peter Smith 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


1779 










April 23 


Richard Sinkler 


do 


1 year 


Dischargd Inlisted to "make up 
the time that John t Muggett 


1777 








Engaged for 


April 16 


Enoch Thomas 


do 


3 year 


Dischargd 


April 30 


Benjamin Whittier 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


April 16 


Nehemiah West 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


May 30 


Robert Jarvice 


do 
do 


do 


Dischargd Nov r I st 1779 being 
at Home 


May 24 


Thomas Piper 


do 


War 


Transfer'd to his Excell 8 Guard 
Feby 15 1778 


April 22 


Abraham Wadleigh 


do 


3 year 


Died Aug* 10 th 1777 


March 16 


Richard Foss 


do 


do 


Died Aug 1 12 th 1777 



44 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Inlisted 


Mens Names 


Rank 


Term 


Casualties 


1777 










March 28 


Ebenezor Blasdoll 


Private 


3 years 


Died August 15 th 1777 


March 30 


Thomas Taylor 


do 


do 


Died August 25 th 1777 


May 30 


Joseph Jewett 


do 


do 


Died September 2 nd 1777 


May 30 


John M c Goon 


do 


do 


Killd Sep r 19 th 1777 


May 30 


Samuel Silver 


do 


War 


Transferd to the 9 th Comp? 


April 16 


Daniel Terry 


do 


3 years 


Dischargd 


April 18 


Elijah Wadleigh 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


April 30 


Jeremiah Smith 


do 


do 


Dischargd 


May 23 


Benj a Quinby 


do 


War 


Desirted June I st 1779 



John Harvey Ensig n 



[6-53] 



[Return of TJiird Regiment Men.] 



Return of the men who Served in the third New Hamp r Rigiment 
from the months of June & July 1779 to June & July 1780 — and 
received their pay at five pound per month in Continental money 



Denias Andrews 
John Bigsby 5 M° pay due 
John Blanchard 
Nathaniel Batchelder 
Jerathmael Bowers 
Jesse Brown 
Samuel Clark 
Greenwood Carpenter 

Oliver Clough 
Benjamin Creasey 
Simon Clemens 
Benj a Dodge 
Abijah Eaton 
Benj a Ellis 
William Furgison 
Simeon Foster 
Simeon Fish 
James Grear 
John Gait 
Enos Gilbert 
Jacob Gile 



Samuel Hudson 

Philip Heminway 

Jacob Hardy 

James Hardy 

James Harwood (not paid 

James Hendrick 

Antipass How 

Jon a Stevens 5 M° pay due 

Daniel How 

Azarias Hutchinson 

Nath el Kelley 

David Keezer 

Joseph Lamson 

Jacob Hubard 

Nath el Martin 

John M c Keen 

Andrew Nichols 

Ebenezer Newman 

William Nichols (5 M°Due 

Peter Parker 

Simon pierce 



Joshua prime (not paid 

Grant Powers 

Joel Priest 

Ephraim pierce 

Asa Redington 

Daniel Richardson 

Samuel Robins 

Richard Boynton (5 M° 

pay Due 
Caleb Stiles 
Daniel Shead 
Joseph Stearns 
Caleb Stiles Jun r 
Fredrich Tubs 
Isaac Taylor (not paid 
Thomas Wooley 
Edward Wells 
James Whipple 
Samuel Wells (not paid 
Oliver Whiting 



I do certify that the Foregoing list contains the men who Serv'd 
in the 3 rd New Hamp. Reg 1 for one year — those who did not receive 
their pay were Absent & the months to Complete the Year is Set 
Against their names — James Blanchard Pay Mast 

Exeter 9 th Nov r 1782 — 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



45 



[6-60] [Return of Men who served in other State Organizations^ 

A Return of Officers and Privates belonging to the State of New- 
Hampshire, attached to the Corps hereafter specified under the 
Resolution of Congress of the 15 th of March 1779. 

Major Caleb Gibb's Corps of Guards. 



Names 


No. 


Rank 


Counties 


Towns 


Thomas Piper 


1 


Private 


Rockingham 


Walsborough 


Henry Snow 


2 


do 


Grafton 


Plymouth 


Daniel Cook 


3 


do 


Dover 


Rochester 


Ebenezer Carleton 


4 


do 


Hillsborough 


Wilton 


Samuel Smith 


5 


do 


Exeter 


Dunbarton 


Timothy Ricker 


6 


do 


Dover 


Rochester 


Colo 


1 Jor 


m Cranes Regim 1 of Artilery 


Elisha Hoit 


7 


Corporal 






Jacob Whiter 


8 


Bombadier 


Grants 


Kent 


John M c Cormit 


9 


do 


do 


do 


Eliphalet Kimball 


10 


Drum r 


N° Four 


Charlestown 


Hanes Kimball 


11 


Fifer 


do 


do 


Samuel Parker 


12 


Matross 


Grafton 


Lyman 


Lutner Lincoln 


l 3 


do 


do 


Hanover 


Ephraim Sufferances 


14 


do 








Colo 


Moses Ha 


zen's Regim 1 . 




Amos Ames 


15 


Corporal 


Gloucester 


Norwich 


Benjamin Heath 


16 


Private 


Grafton 


Conway 


Winthrop Kenniston 


17 


do 


Rockingham 


Epping 


Israel Olmstead 


18 


do 


Grafton 


Haverhill 


Abner Roe 


x 9 


do 


Charlotte 


Rupert 


Michael Salter 


20 


Drum' 


Grafton 


Haverhill 


Elisha Brown 


21 


Private 


do 


do 


Edward Clark 


22 


do 


do 


do 


Ezra Gates 


2 3 


do 


do 


do 


Joel Read 


24 


do 


Cheshire 


Charlestown 


William Gladin 


2 5 


do 


Exeter 


New Market 



4 6 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Major Benjamin Whitcomb's Rangers 



Names 


No. 


Rank 


Counties 


Towns 


Benjamin Whitcomb 




Major 


Cheshire 


Westmoreland 


Geo. Aldrich 




Captain 


do 


do 


Thomas Lyford 




Lieutenant 


Rockingham 


Canterbury 


Jonas Butterfield 




do 


Cheshire 


Westmoreland 


Nathan Taylor 




do 


Stratford 


Sandborntown 


Joshua Dan ford 




Serjeant 


Hillsborough 


Boscawen 


Jonathan Sanders 




do 


Grafton 


Haverhill 


Samuel Clash 




do 


Cheshire 


Walpole 


Manassah Sawyer 




do 


do 


Westmoreland 


Joseph Fairfield 


26 


Corporal 


Grafton 


Haverhill 


John Hodgdon 


27 


do 


do 


do 


Sam 1 Smith 


28 


do 


Stratford 


W Cainsbury 


Elijah Temple 


29 


do 


Cheshire 


Westmoreland 


Joseph Howe 


3° 


Drum r 


do 


do 


Moses Hunt 


3 1 


Fifer 


Rockingham 


Eppen 


Abner Barlow 


3 2 


Private 


Grafton 


Stratford 


Thomas Blodget 


33 


do 


do 


do 


Josiah Blodget 


34 


do 


do 


do 


Henry Tibbets 


35 


do 


do 


Northumberland 


David Ladd 


36 


do 


do 


Haverhill 


Joseph Chandler 


37 


do 


Stratford 


Moultonborough 


Philip Crummet 


33 


do 


Rockingham 


New Market 


Jeremiah Setchwill 


39 


do 


Cheshire 


Swansey 


James Sinclair 


40 


do 


Stratford 


Sandborntown 


James Leary 


4i 


do 


do 


do 


Samuel Smith 


42 


do 


do 


do 


Samuel Thomson 


43 


do 


do 


Durham 


Nathan Noles 


44 


do 


do 


Sandwich 


Joseph Sinclair 


45 


do 


do 


Sandborntown 


Nathaniel Whitcomb 


46 


do 


Cheshire 


Westmoreland 


William Martin 


47 


do 


do 


do 


John Billings 


48 


do 


do 


do 


Robert Bartley 


49 


do 


Grafton 


Haverhill 


Dennis Heffrin 


5° 


do 


Cheshire 


Swansey 


Jonathan Nowland 


5 1 


do 


do 


Westmoreland 


William Crown 


5 2 


do 


Stratford 


Durham 


Josiah Burbank 


53 


do 


Hillsborough 


Boscawen 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Colo 1 Henry Jacksons Regim 1 . 



47 



Names 


No. 


Rank 


Counties 


Towns 


William Orr 


54 


Private 


Rockingham 


Merrimack 


John Orr 


55 


do 


do 


do 


Francis Stewart 


56 


do 


do 


do 


John Swan 


57 


do 


Hillsborough 


Petersburg 


Benf M c Allister 


53 


do 


Rockingham 


Merrimack 


Samuel Orr 


59 


do 

4 th Com 


do 
pany 


do 


William Scott 




Captain 


Hillsborough 


Petersburgh 


John Nesmith 




Lieutenant 


Rockingham 


Londonderry 


Joseph Cooper 


60 


Private 


do 


Southampton 


Jonathan Grimes 


61 


do 


Hillsborough 


Antrim 


William M c Gilvery 


62 


do 


do 


Merrimack 


John Lovell 


63 


do 


do 


New Boston 


William Harvey 


64 


do 

7 th Con 


Rockingham 
lpany 


Portsmouth 


Samuel Mitchell 




Serjeant 


Hillsborough 


Petersburg 


John Vann 




do 


Rockingham 


Londonderry 


John Kennedy 




do 


Hillsborough 


Peterborough 


John Blair 


65 


Private 


do 


do 


John Bryant 


66 


do 


Rockingham 


Londonderry 


Randal M c Allester 


67 


do 


Hillsborough 


Peterborough 


Timothy Mixter 


68 


do 


do 


do 


Timothy Milloon 


69 


do 


Rockingham 


Londonderry 


Ben: Putnam 


70 


do 


Hillsborough 


Wilton 


Samuel Spear 


7i 


do 


do 


Peterborough 


David Scott 


72 


do 


do 


do 


James Stanford 


73 


do 


do 


do 


John Twiman 


74 


do 


Rockingham 


Conway 


James Taggart 


75 


do 


Hillsborough 


Peterborough 


Jeremiah Whitam 


76 


do 


Rockingham 


Conway 




Colo 


nel Seth W 


arner's Reg*. 




Experience,Trisket 


77 


Private 




Hanover 


William Lewy 


78 


Fifer 


Hillsborough 


Piermount 


Ben : Okins 


79 


Private 


Cheshire 


Londonderry 



43 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



War Office August 21, 1780. 
The foregoing return of the officers & men (of the additional & 
Independent Corps) belonging to the State of New Hampshire is 
a true copy taken from the original return filed in this office under 
the resolution of Congress of March 15 th 1779. 

Ben Stoddert Secy. 

[In the foregoing, Walsborough is probably Waldoborough, Me. ; 
Norwich, Rupert, and Kent were in Vt. ; Petersburg should be 
Peterborough ; Stratford county should be Strafford. Some mis- 
takes will be seen in giving the counties, etc. — Ed.] 



[6-64] [IV. H. Men in Col. Hazeii s Mass. Regiment. ~\ 

A Return of the Non-commissioned Officers and Privates of Col. 
Moses Hazen's Regiment belonging to the State of New Hamp- 
shire in the Service of the United States — made up from the Time 
of Inlistments to January 1, 1780. — 









Time in Service 


"NT A M F 9 


Rank 


Date of Tnlistment &c 






X> X&. 1V1 11* O 






years 


Mos 


Days 


Amos Ames * 


Corporal 


Dec r 1, 1776. } 
July 15, 1779. j 


2 


7 


!5 


Amos Ames 


Serjeant 




7 


15 


Michael Salter 


Drum. 


May 3, 1779. 




7 


27 


Jonathan Pratt 


Fife 


June 7, 1779 




6 


23 


Elisha Brown 


Private 


April 18, 1779 




8 


12 


Edward Clark 


Private 


May 1, 1779. 




8 




Abel Davis, sen r 


Private 


Oct r 1, 1779. 




3 




Abel Davis, jun r 


Private 


Oct r 1, 1779. 




3 




Ezra Gates 


Private 


May 1, 1779. 




8 




William Gleddin 


Private 


June 22, 1778. 




6 


8 


Benjamin Heath 


Private 


Dec r 23, 1776. 


3 




7 


Thomas Hazelton 


Private 


June 1, 1779. 




7 




Israel Olmstead 


Private 


Dec r 25, 1776. 


3 




5 


Josiah Pratt 


Private 


June 13, 1779. 




6 


17 


Abner Roe 


Private 


Dec r 23, 1776. 


3 




7 


Joel Reid 


Private 


April 25, 1779. 




8 


5 


Winthrop Kinniston 


Private 


Dec r 28, 1776. 


3 




2 


Zaccheus Peasley 


Private 


May 25, 1779. 




7 


6 



' Promoted July 15, 1779. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 49 

[6-66] {Petition from Officers in Continental Regiments 1779.] 

To the Honourable General Assembly of the State of New Hamp- 
shire 

The humble Petition and Representation of the Subscribers 
Officers in the Continental Line of the Army in behalf of themselves 
and Soldiers under their Command — Sheweth — 

That most of them have Families which they left with their 
Friends in the Country, and in Defence of their Rights have exposed 
themselves to the Hazard and Fatigue of a Milatary Life in Neglect 
of their Families to whom they could not pay that Attention which 
those near Connections demanded, their Situation rendering a personal 
Discharge of those Duties impossible — That they have patiently en- 
dured the Loss of Domestic Happiness and the Pleasures of social 
Life neglecting their own private Interest in Expectation and fer- 
vent Hope the Period would soon arrive when that Peace Liberty 
and Safety the best Inheritance of our Children would be transmitted 
and secured to Generations yet unborn — With these Views they 
have endured Losses Sickness and every Species of Hardship with 
some degree of Patience, and as they have invariably desired so they 
most ardently wish to consider themselves as part of the free Citizens 
of a free Country and not as a separate People with separate and 
clashing Interests which hereafter may become the Source of Con- 
tention more detremental to our Rights than the present Usurpation 
of the british Parliament — to this Assembly therefore, the Guardian 
of our Liberties would we look up for Relief, in whose Justice and 
Humanity we fully confide — We have, may it Please your Honours, 
had publick Assurances we should receive a Reward adequate to 
our Services ; this Reward is fixed and determined — we ask not 
for an Enlargement, being willing to bear the Burthen & share Mis 
fortunes and publick Losses with our Brethren ; but with great 
Concern we observe that for more than twelve Months last past our 
Brethren have departed from that Line of virtuous Conduct which 
before guided their Actions, and we find ourselves injured insuper- 
ably so without your Honours Interposition — Our Pay once liberal 
is become of little Value our Families starving, our Money refused 
and publick Supplies denied our Families ; when we find Gentlemen 
of Rank in the United States publickly refusing the Currency of 
the Continent, and all Ranks of People who would be thought virtu- 
ous hones and religious openly fixing a Depreciation and avowing 
the Right of Selling Six for one compared with Silver Money, 
and secretly promoting a further Depreciation — We are alarmed 
Justly and greatly alarmed — Many of us disposed of our Interest 
for Paper Money at a low Rate to enter the Service free from Em- 
4 



50 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

barrassment, this is expended on our Families, or if not, of little 
Value — To be compelled to sacrifice our all, beggar our Families, 
ruin our Constitutions, and hasten old Age upon ourselves without 
Prospects of future Support or some Assurances of Satisfaction for 
our past Losses by the Depreciation of the Currency, and the pub- 
lick Assurance of its future Credit are Sacrifices too great for us to 
make — 

To beg we are ashamed — to steal Honor and Virtue forbid — 
we therefore think it our Duty to present this Memorial to your 
Consideration, begging our Fears may be calmed by some publick 
Act of yours in which we will confide, — that we may be assured the 
Assembly will make good our past Wages depreciated in Value, — 
That some effectual Measure be taken to supply our Families with 
the Necessaries of Life, and that the Unmarried be entitled to simi- 
lar Benefits — 

We most sincerely assure your Honours — we still have the greatest 
Attachment to the Cause of the Country and are still willing to 
remain in our present Services — before Independancy was declared 
we looked on ourselves bound by the natural Law of self Preser- 
vation to militate with our Enemies at the expence of our Private 
Interest and every Enjoyment, but since that Declarition and its Con- 
firmation by our Allies, a Military Life ought to become an Occupa- 
tion worthy of Attention, & we should stand morally condemned any 
longer to pursue a War almost finished in Neglect of Ourselves and 
those dear Connections God has given us, and feed on Promises and 
Anticipation — Honor Ambition Love for the best of Men our Com- 
mander in Chief and consequently our Country have hitherto con- 
tented us — but Poverty will soon reduce to the doleful Alternative 
of a disgraceful Appearance or forsaking him without your Interpo- 
sition — 

Altho' we have the highest Veneration for Congress and a personal 
Attachment to such Members as we know and have addressed them 
on the Subject, yet the Object of their Concern is so great that they 
are unable to extend their Beneficence to every Part of the Army so 
as to give seasonable Relief — 

We beg Leave to assure your Honors we bear on our Minds the 
most grateful Sense of the supplies sent us by the Board of War, 
asking for a Continuance will full Confidence that the Equity, which 
will distinguish the United States will finally be manifested in doing 
equal Justice to every State. 

Benj a Stone Capt. Ebenezer Light L l 

W m Ellis Cap 1 Joshua Merrow Ens" 

Isaac Frye Cap' William Hutchins L c 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



51 



Amos Emerson Cap 1 
Jeremiah Fogg Paym r 
D. M c Gregore L' 
John Dennett L' 
Benf Ellis L' 
Adna Penniman L' 
Jon a Cass Ensign 
D. L. Chase Ensign 
James Norris Cap' 
William Rowell Cap' 
Elij a Clayes Cap 1 
William M. Bell Ens n 
Samuel Cherry L' 
Joseph Potter Lieut 
Pelatiah Whittemore Lt 
Caleb Robinson Cap' 
Noah Robinson Lt 
James Carr Cap' 



Jo s Cilley Cap' 
George Reid L' Col 
H. Dearborn L' Col 
Benj a Titcomb Major 
William Scott Cap' 
Amos Morrill Capt n 
Jason Waite Cap' 
George P. Ffrost Ens" 
Ebenezer Frye Cap' 
Isaac Farwell Capt 
Bezaleel Howe Lieut. 
Simeon Merrill Ens" 
Josiah Munro L' 
Asa Senter Lieu' 
Jon a Willard Ens 
Tho s Blake Ens" 
Jon a Perkins Ens" 
Jere h Prichard L' 



[6-70] [JV. H. Men in Col. Benj. Floivcrs Regiment.'] 

Back Pay Roll of Cap' Nath 1 Chapmans Comp. of Artilery And 
Artificers commanded by Col Benj amen Flower Com. Gen 1 Mil. 
Stores in the Service of the United States of America — Now im- 
ployed at Springfield under the Direction of Maj r Joseph Eayrs 
Com. of the Depeartment from Novembr y e I st 79 till 18 th of March 
1780 — This part of my Companey Belonging to New Hampshier 
State And this pay Roll the whole of their wages that is Due 
to them. 







Pay Per 


month 












with subsistance 




Sum totall 


Rank. 


NAMES. 






Discharged 








Dollars 


£ 


s 


d 




£ 


s 


d 














1780 










I st Leu'. 


Thomas Keemp 


W 


10 


— 


— 


June 30 


3°6f 


02 


— 


— 


2 d Leu'. 


Nathan Wesson 


^\ 


10 


- — 


— 


ditto 


3°6f 


Q2 


— 


— 


Sar'. 


William Brooks 


14 


4 


4 


— 


March 18 


63 


18 


18 





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William Adams 


J 3 


3 


18 


— 


ditto 


w 


17 


II 


— 


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12 


3 


12 


— 


ditto 


54 


16 


4 





do 


William Webber 


12 




12 


— 


ditto 


54 


16 


4 





do 


Jacob Taylor 


12 


3 


12 


— 


ditto 


54 


16 


4 


— 


do 


David Ames 


12 


3 


12 


— 


ditto 


54 


16 


4 


— 


do 


Solomon Hobart 


12 


3 


12 


— 


ditto 


54 


16 


4 


— 


do 


Robart Hill 


12 


3 


12 


— 


ditto 


54 


16 


4 


— 



52 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

This above pay Roll is according to the best of my Knolige 

Nat 1 Chapman Lat Cap* of Ar* & Ar l 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts ) 

County of Hampshire ss. ] Long Meadow 20 th Sept. 1784 

then the above named Nath 1 Chapman personally appeared and made 
oath to the above pay Roll by him subscribed to be the truth the 
whole truth and nothing but the truth before me 

Jon a Hale Jun r Jus 1 Peace 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



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REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[JV. H. Men in Col. Jackson s Regiment. "\ 



A Return of 3 New Hampshire Men in Col Henry Jackson's 
Regiment in the Continental Service 



NAMES 


Rank 


Places of 
Abode 


Time of 
Engagm' 


Term 

Engaged 

for 


William Scott 
David Scott 
John Blair 


Cap' 
Private 
do 


Peterborough 
do 
do 


Jan? 1, 1777. 
July 16 th 1777. 
July 16 th 1777. 


3 years 
do 



Exeter 23 th June 1780 — This is a true return 



W m Scott Cap 1 



State of New Hampshire, June 23 d 1780 Then Cap* William 

Scott above named made Solemn Oath to the truth of the foregoing 

Role by him Subscribed. _, r _ _, 

J Before E Thompson Jus pas 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



55 



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REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[6-74] 



{Return of General Poor s Brigade, .] 



Return of the Brigade of Foot Commanded by Enoch Poor Esq r . 
July i, 1780. 



Regiments 


Officers Present fit for Duty 














Field 


Commis' 3 




Staff 


Non Commis d 






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COL'S NAMES 


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15 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


3 


2 


3 


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38 


25 









Rank & File 




Wanting 

to 
Compleat 


Alterations since last Return 






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Total 


143 

123 

81 

347 


8 
8 

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30 


8 

4 

9 

21 


45 
4i 

19 

105 


4 
4 
7 

15 


4 

6 

8 

18 


1 
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186 4 
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53635 


8 
8 

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3i8 
366 
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59 


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REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



57 





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2 










on Command 




I 




I 


2 


2 


4 












3 


2 








on Extra Service 


























I 










Recruiting 








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I 


i 






















on the Staff 


I 




I 


3 




8 


I 


I 




















Furlough expired 


























I 


I 








Vacant 




I 




2 




3 


4 




I 


I 


i 


2 


35 


25 








Absent without leave 












3 
























Fit for action 


I 


I 


2 


10 


I 


7 


IS 




2 


2 


2 


I 


38 


25 


3 


3 


3 



3 Serjeant Majors, 3 Drum Majors. — Total 288, wanting clothes 59 = 347 
On Extra Service 

3 with the Adj' Gen 1 — 1 with Baron Stuben. 

4 Artificer, 1 Wagoner, 1 orderlie at Hospital. 
2 with officers at Charlestown No. 4. 

2 Armorers at Albany, 1 with Paymasters stores. 
N. B. one Serjeant Died since last Return. 

Enoch Poor B. Gen 1 

[General Enoch Poor was born in Andover, Mass., in 1737, settled 
in Exeter, N. H., about 1765, and engaged in shipbuilding. He was 
appointed colonel of the second New Hampshire regiment at the 
beginning of the war, and was with the army until his death. He 
commanded his regiment in the Canada expedition, received a brig- 
adier general's commission from Congress in 1777, and did excellent 
service with his brigade, — in which were the New Hampshire regi- 
ments, — in the battles with the troops of Burgoyne at Stillwater, Sep- 
tember 19, and at Saratoga, October 7, of that year. He was with 
the army at Valley Forge, and on the expedition against the Tories 
and Indians in 1779. In 1780 he was placed in command of a 
brigade of light infantry under the command of General, the Marquis 
de La Fayette, and held that position until he died of fever at Para- 
mus, New Jersey, September 8, 1780. General Poor was esteemed 
as one of the truest and best officers in the American army. — Ed.] 



NEW HAMPSHIRE CONTINENTAL REGIMENTS, 
[6 _ 75] RECRUITS. 

[On the 1 6th day of June, 1780, the legislature passed an act 
ordering six hundred men to be raised to recruit the three regiments 
in the continental army from this state. The committee of safety 
was directed to give orders to the regimental commanders to raise 
their several quotas, which were as follows : — 

Col. 



Wentworth's Reg. 


44 


Col. 


Evans's Reg. 


54 


Moulton's 


25 


a 


Gilman's " 


36 


Gale's 


36 


a 


Badger's " 


36 


John Webster's " 


22 


a 


Gregg's " 


21 


Nichols's 


47 


a 


Kelley's 


41 


Stickney's " 


52 


a 


McClary's " 


23 


David Webster's" 


12 


a 


Bellows's " 


29 


Hale's 


40 


u 


Ellis's 


43 


Chase's " 


23 


a 


Morey's " 


16 



The men were to furnish their own clothing, knapsacks, and 
blankets, and serve until the last day of December next following, 
or be liable to a fine of five hundred dollars. They were to be paid 
forty shillings per month "in Money equal to Indian Corn at Four 
Shillings a Bushel, Grass-fed Beef at Three Pence per Pound, or 
Sole-Leather at Eighteen Pence a Pound." They were also to 
have five pounds each for clothing money, two dollars in paper cur- 
rency per mile for travel, and money for rations until they could 
draw continental rations. New Hampshire troops did service this 
year (1780) at West Point and in New Jersey. — Ed.] 



[6- 7 6] 



[Enlistment Paper.] 



We the Subscribers do Voluntarily Inlist Ourselves as Soldiers 
in the Continental Army to Serve in One of the New Hampshire 
Battallions during the present War with Great Britain And we do 
hereby promise Obedience to our Superior Officers and to be Subject 
to the Rules and Regulations of the Continental Army. 

March the 8 th 1780. his 

Bosset -(- Green 

mark 

Salem Colby 

his 

Benjamin -f- Dockum 

mark 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



59 



[Recruits for Col. ScammeW s Regiment. ~\ 

[Copied from original in possession of William P. Fiske, Concord.] 

Return of Men recruited for the Service of the United States of 
America, by Capt. Daniel Livermore & his Sub s . [Subalterns, mean- 
ing lieutenants and ensign] of Col°. Alexander ScammeH's Regt. 
from the State of New Hampshire. 



MENS NAMES 



Sam 1 . Smith 
Rob*. Livingstone 
George Cooper 
Abiel Stevens 
Moses Page 
Jos. Bigford 
Abner Hogg 
Obadiah Kimball 
Sam 1 . Judkins 
Jn° Austin 
Joshua Bell 
Jn°. Boyes 
Ja s . Craige 
Obadiah Dudey 
W m Eastman 
Jacob Eastman 
Jere h . Fairfield 
Sol n . Fisk 
Amos Flood 
Ja B Gordon 
Fred k Freeman 
Jn° Garland 
W m . Heath 
Jn°. Hillery 
Tho 8 . Hoit 
Jn°. Martin 
Rob'. Morrill 
Tho 6 . Pitts 
Benj. Serjeant 
Phinehas Stevens 
Hezekiah Swain 
Andrew Stone 



J** 



Dol- 
lars 



QO 1 

Parts 



Si 

68 

56 

51 
42 

85 
85 

64 

21 

5 1 

51 

38 

4 
34 
5 1 
38 
60 

83 

21 

47 
47 
30 
64 
68 
64 
64 
64 
81 

55 

64 
72 



Dead 
Dead 

Dead 
Dead 



Dead 
Dead 



Dead 



MENS NAMES 



Jn°. Straw 
Edw d . Taylor 
Sam 1 . Worthen 
Dan 1 . Chandler 
Aquilla Davis 
Charles M c Carty 
Jo 9 . Porter 
Philip Rowell 
W m Rowe 
Peter Tozer 
Nath 1 . Brown 
Jn°. Craige 
Jn°. Crawford 
Beriah Abbott 
Calvin Goodenouf 
James Gibson 
Tho 3 . Holmes 
Benj a . Karr 
James Nesmith 
Ebenez. Varnum 
Valentine O Sullivan 
Prat Chase 
W m Johnson 
Loyd Jones 
Adino Goodenouf 
Jn°. Ayers 
Charles Bryant 
Jn° Erving 
James Thomas 
James Berry 
Tho 8 . Adams 
Oliver Taylor 










H 






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4 
4 
4 

2 

11 

5 

5 

17 

6 

3 
29 

5 

5 

12 

12 

8 

4 
16 
11 

4 
3 

10 



60 

3° 
64 
64 
12 

77 
38 
12 
64 
3° 
5 1 
85 
34 

68 
21 

21 
60 



Dead 
Dead 



Dead 

Dead 
Dead 



Dead 

Dead 
Dead 



6o 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



To my own subsistence while on the recruiting service from 6 th Feb. 

to 28 th May 
To L'. M c Gregore's Subsistence from 6 th Feb. to 8 th May 
To L'. Colburn's Subsistence from 15 th Feb. to 2i 8t Sep. 
To En s . Hoit's Subsistence from 20 th Mar. to 20 th May 



Dolls, go"" 



42. 

35- 
82. 

23- 



60 

60 
18 



[6-77] 



[Enlistments from First Reg. of Militia.] 



We the Subscribers do hereby Voluntarily Inlist ourselves respet- 
ively Into the service of the United States of America, to serve as 
Soldiers untill the last day of December next unless sooner dis- 
charged — at the monthly Wages of Forty shillings — Corn at four 
shillings per Bushel — Grass fed Beef at three pence per pound & 
Sole Leather at one shilling & six pence per pound. — Also five 
pounds as a Consideration for finding a Blankett, Knapsack & other 
Cloathing — to be paid in money of like value to that of monthly 
wages — And each respectively promise & engage to obey the rules 
and Regulations of the Continental Army — 



Time of 
Inlistm'. 



1780 June 28 
23 d 



3° n 
3 o h 

3° h 

28 h 

3° h 
July 1 
do 

June 30 

July 1 

June 22 

30 

July 1 

do 
June 28 

do 28 h 

do 



NAMES— 



his 

Elias X Parcher 

mark 

Shadr k Capman 
William Martin 
Henry Lang 
Benjamin Cross 

his 

Henry -f- Parcher 

mark 

Archibald Clark 
Thomas Dennet 
Benjamin Ham 

his 

George X Waldron 

mark 
his 

Joseph -f- Winkley 

mark 

Samuel Walker 

his 

Sam 1 -\- Roberts 

mark 

John Sherburne 
Samuel Jones 
John Archibald 

his 

Sam 1 -\- Davis 

mark 

Elisha Langley 



Age — 



50 years 

18 

3i 
46 

35 



22 
18 
21 

26 



32 
36 
17 

18 
48 

37 

J 9 

40 



Stature 



5 P 9 In 9 



5 1 
5f 
5f 
St 

st 

5f 
St 

5 t 

st 
st 

5f 

st 

st 
st 
st 

st 

5f 



10 In s 
9 In 3 
8 In 
7 In 

4 In 

4 In 
6 In 

4 In 

6 In 



7 In 

5 In 

4 In 

4 In 
4 In 
9 In 

4 In 

9 In 8 



Complex- 
tion 



Dark 

Light 

do 

do 
Darke 

Light 

do 
do 
do 

do 



Dark 

Light 
do 

do 
do 
Dark- 
do 
do 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



6l 



Time of 
Inlistm'. 


NAMES — 


Age — 


Stature 


Complex- 
tion 


17S0 June 28 


Lemuel Marston 


28 years 


5 f* 


10 In s 


Dark 


July I 


John White 
his 

John -\- Leavett 


46 


5f 


8 1 11 s 


Light 


June 27 


17 


sf* 


4 In s 


do 




mark 












his 










do 


Leonard -\- Weeks 

mark 
his 


20 


5f 


9 In 


do 


do 


Joseph -|- Dearbourn 

mark 


17 


5 ft 


4 In 


do 


do 


William nudd 


18 


5f 4 


5 In 


Dark 


do 


Job Foss 


21 


5f 


6 In 


do 


do 


Samuel Nudd 


25 


5 ft 


7 In 


do 


do 


Bengmin foss 

his 

W m -)- Burleigh Jn 


25 


5 ft 


6 In 


do 


do 


18 


5 f 


6 In 


do 




mark 










do 


Jonathan Leavitt 


22 


5f 


6 In 


Light 


do 


Dudley Cram 


J 9 


5 ft 


6 In 


Dark 


do 


William Taylor 


20 


5 ft 


6 In 


do 


do 


gideon huntress 


25 


5 ft 


5 In 


do 


do 


Joseph Pattinson Dame 

his 

Plato -f- Coleman 


18 


5f 


6 In 


Light 


do 


24 


5f* 


5 In 


Black 




mark 












his 










do 


W m + Varrel 

mark 


19 


5 ft 


10 In 


Light 


do 


Samuel Lear 


18 


5 ft 


4 In 


Dark 


do 


Philip Johnson 


5o 


5 ft 


4 In 


do 


3 o h 


Berry Williams 


22 


5 ft 


6 In 


do 


28 


Thomas Williams 


18 


5 ft 


4 In 8 


do 


28 h 


John Marble 


25 


5f 


11 In 


do 


July 3 d 


Wm Gunnison 


43 


5 ft 


5 In 


Light 


do 


John Caverly 


28 


5 ft 


6 In 


do 


12 


Boston Pickering 


20 


5 ft 


5 In 


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[6-79] 



[Muster Roll of Recruits, 1 780.] 



[Note. — The town name in italics is supposed to be the soldier's 
residence.] 

A Muster Roll of the Men raised to Recruit the three New Hamp- 
shire Regiments in the Continental Army till the last Day of 
December 1780 Mustered at Kingston by Josiah Bartlett 



Mens Names 



Town Inlisted for 



Miles Travel to 
Worcester 



July 4" 



Jonathan Leavitt 
John Leavitt 
Dole Pearson 

James Kelley 

Jeremiah Rollings 

Luke Libbey 
William Robinson 
Joseph Parson 
Joseph Dollof 
William Nud 
Joseph Dearborn 

Leonard Weeks 

Samuel Nud 
Job Foss 
Benjamin Ham 
John Sherburne 
Geo. Waldron 
Samuel Jones 
Henry Parker 
Henry Lang 
William Martin 
Archibald Clark 
Elias Parker 
Shadrach Chapman 
Thomas Dennet 
Joseph Wincoll 

Samuel Roberts 



f Canterbury P. Abode 
{ Stratham 

Stratham 
f P. Exeter 
\ Hampton 

P. Stratham 

Hampton 

P. Stratham 

Hampton 

Exeter 

Exeter 

Exeter 

Exeter 

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Greenland 
J Wakfield 
\ Greenland 

Greenland 

Greenland 

Portsmouth 

Portsm 

Portsm 

Portsm 

Portsm 

Portsm 

Portsm 

Portsm 

Portsm 

Portsm 

Portsm 

Portsmouth 
f Somersworth 
\ Portsmouth 



85 

35 

33 

85 

85 
83 
83 
83 
83 
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92 

92 

9 1 
92 

97 
97 
97 
97 
97 
97 
97 
97 
97 
97 
97 
97 

97 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



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Mens Names 


Town Inlisted for 


Miles Travel to 
Worcester 


July 4 th 


Samuel Walker 


Portsm 


97 




John Archibald 


Portsm 


97 




Samuel Davis 


f Bamstcad . 
\ Portsm 


97 




Benjamin Cross 


Portsmouth 


97 




Philip Johnson 


j Greenland 

I Rye 


97 




Samuel Lear 


Rye 


97 




William Verrell 


Rye 


97 




Dudley Cram 


Stratham 


85 




William Taylor 


Stratham 


85 




Benj a Foss 


Stratham 


87 




William Burleigh 


D° 


87 




Plato Coleman 


Newington 


97 




Joseph Patterson Dame 


Newington 


97 




Gideon Huntress 


do 


97 




Prime Coffin 


Exeter 


81 




Prince Light 


Exeter 


81 




James Ferguson 


Pelham 


100 




Jacob Marsh 


do 


100 




Ezekiel Richardson 


do 


100 




Josiah Wyman 


do 


100 




David Low 


do 


100 




John M c Carty 


Londonderry 


95 




William Thomas 


do 


95 




Zoe Withee 


do 


95 




John Clark 


do 


95 




John Remmick 


do 


95 




Pomp Sherburne 


do 


95 




James Whaley 


do 


95 




Windsor Golding 


do 


95 




James Harris 


do 


95 




Daniel Camel 


Windham 


95 




Joseph Marshall 


do 


95 




John Howard 


Salem 


95 




Nat 1 Pike 


do 


95 




Moses Cross 


do 


95 




Daniel Stanwood 


do 


95 




David Silver 


do 


95 




John Lowell 


do 


95 




Neh h Stanwood 


do 


95 




Joshua Harriman 


Hampstead 


87 



6 4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 





Mens Names 


Town Inlisted for 


Miles Travel to 
Worcester 


July 4 th 


John Davis 


Hampstead 


87 




David Gross 


do 


87 




Jon a Rowell 


do 


87 




Ja s Martin Ran del 


f Nottingham 






1 Epping 


87 




Daniel M c Carty 


f Derry 
\ Kingston 


75 




John West 


Kingston 


75 




Thomas Mitchell 


Londonderry 


95 




Samuel Merrill 


do 


95 




James M c Marthan 


do 


95 




David Clough 


Windham 


95 




John White 


Portsmouth 


97 




Elihu Langley 


do 


97 




Lemuel Marston 


do 


97 




John Marble 


Stratham 


85 




Benjamin Williams 


Rye 


97 




Thomas Williams 


Rye 


97 


July 5 


John Ham 


Epsom 


105 




Jon a Randell 


Epsom 


i°5 




Jeremiah Folsom 


East Kingston 


80 




Joseph Welch 


do 


80 




William Gunnison 


Portsmouth 


97 




Nath 1 Loveren 


East Kingston 


80 




John Caverly 


Portsmouth 


97 




John Wells 


North Hampton 


87 




Thomas Nud 


do 


87 




Thomas Norton 


Durham 


95 




Benj a Leathers 


Durham 


95 




Daniel Taylor 


j Exeter 
\ Hampton 


85 




John Jack 


f Greenland 
\ Hampton 


85 




Eliakim Bickford 


Durham 


95 




Levi Durgan 


Durham 


95 




Downing Colbath 


do 


95 




Ebenezer Kent 


do 


95 


6 th 


Daniel Dudley 


Gilmantown 


"5 




Stephen Dudley 


Barnstead 


115 




Nath 1 Dow 


Gilmantown 


115 




Jonathan Dow 


do 


IJ 5 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



65 





Mens Names 


Town Inlisted for 


Miles Travel to 
Worcester 


July 6 th 


Benj a Dow 


Gilmantown 


IJ 5 




Joseph Fellows 


do 


115 




Jeremiah Tilton 


Sanborntown 


I2 5 




Jonathan Chase 


do 


125 




Samuel Tilton 


Gilmantown 


115 




Joseph Burleigh 


Sanborntown 


I2 5 




Jeremiah Sanborn 


do 


I2 5 




William Mallen 


Meredith 


I2 5 




Joseph Eaton 


do 


I2 5 




Samuel Neal 


Moultonboro' 


145 




Daniel Cary 


do 


145 




Robert Glines 


do 


i45 




Sargent Kimball 


Sandwich 


145 




Jonathan Hilyard 


do 


145 




Simeon Smith 


do 


145 




Caleb Brown 


Hampton falls 


85 




Richard Loveren 


Exeter 


81 




Truworthy Dudley 


do 
( Seabrook 
\ Kensington 


81 




Benj a Swain 


81 




Simon Winslow 


do 


81 




David Philbrick 


do 


8r 




Humphrey Flood 


do 


81 




Abraham Johnson 


\ Ha?npstead 
\ Kingston 


75 


7 th 


Jeremiah Fairfield 


Londonderry 


95 


8 th 


Nath 1 Morrill 


Hawke 


80 




John Emerson 


do 


80 




David Quinby 


do 


80 




Zach Kelley 


Nottingham 


87 




Jonathan Willson 


Chester 


85 




William Moore 


Chester 


85 




Benj a True 


Chester 


85 




Sam 1 Walker 


Chester 


85 




John Knowles 


do 


85 




John Brown 


do 


85 




Rob 4 Run n, els 


do 


85 




Isaa Blaisdell 


do 


85 




Moses Webster 


do 


85 




James Fullerton 


Wolfeborough 


J 39 




James Wiggin 


do 


x 39 




John Aiken 


Chester 


85 



66 



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Miles Travel to 




Mens Names 


Town Inlisted for 


Worcester 


July 8 th 


Benf Eaton 


Candia 


95 




Samuel Clay 


do 


95 




Edward Currier 


do 


95 




Samuel Shannon 


do 


95 




John Eaton 


do 


95 




Alexander Eaton 


do 


95 


July 10 th 


Nathan Roberts 


Somersworth 


105 




Otis Stackpole 


do 


105 




Stephen Noble 


do 


105 




Simon Roberts 


do 


i°5 




Paul Roberts 


do 


i°5 




Abraham Matthes 


Middleton 
( New Garden 
\ Middleton 


135 




Samuel Lear 


135 






J Middleton 
\ Wakefield 






Samuel Johnson 


135 




Benjamin Mooney 


New Durham 


125 




John York 


do 


I2 5 




John Critchet 


Dover 


100 




John Tuttle 


do 


100 




Philip Stevenson 


do 


100 




Ebenezer Ransom 


do 


100 




Amos Hodgsdon 


Wakefield 


i35 




Ebenezer Hill 


do 


i35 




Josiah Megoon 


Nottingham 


90 




Josiah Simpson 


do 
f Brintwood 
\ Kingston 


90 




Noah Greeley 


75 




David Pillsbury 


South Hampton 


80 
81 




Ephraim Dudley 


Exeter 




Joseph Johnson 


Nottingham 


90 




Samuel Runnels 


do 


90 




Bartholomew Richards 


Durham 


95 




James Marston 


Brintwood 


80 
80 




Henry Sloper 


do 


11 th 


John Willey 


f Nottingham 
1 Northwood 


98 




Solomon Giles 


do 


98 




Abraham Knight 


Nottingham 


90 




Ephraim Garvin 


( Bow 

\ Chichester 


"3 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



6 7 





Mens Names 


Town Inlisted for 


Miles Travel to 
Worcester 


July ii* 


Jonathan Lock 


f Epsom 
\ Chichester 


1I 3 




Daniel Samson 


Kingston 


75 




Elias Critchet 


Lee 


IOI 




Eliphalet Daniels 


do 


IOI 




Elip 1 Tufts 


do 


IOI 




Joseph Kent 


Gilmanton 


IJ 5 




William Cushing 


f Exeter 
1 Brintwood 


8o 




Stephen Watson 


\ Exeter 
\ Brintwood 


8o 




David Putney 


\ Dunbarton 

\ Newtown 


8o 




Peter Manwell 


j Bow 

1 Newtown 


8o 




Stephen Clark 


J Epping 

\ North hampton 


87 




John Page 


| Epping 

\ North hampton 

( Newmarket 


87 




John Chapman 


\ Seabrook 


85 


12 th 


Solomon Daniels 


do 


85 




Thomas Taylor 


New market 


89 




Lewis Kenniston 


do 


89 




Perkins Pike 


do 


89 




David Kenniston 


do 


89 




Henry Sheafe 


do 


89 




Nicholas Kenniston 


do 


89 




Benjamin French 


do 


89 




Samuel Avery 


Barnstead 


lr 5 




Moses Avery 


do 


I]t 5 




Ephraim Young 


Dover 


IOI 




Richard Garland 


do 


IOI 




Edward Ellis 


do 


IOI 




Benjamin York 


Dover 


IOI 




Abraham Page 


Deerfield 


100 




Robert Simpson 


do 


100 




Sam 1 Collins 


do 


100 




John Kelley 


do 


100 




Daniel Seavy 


do 


100 




Nathan Follensby 


Plaistow 


84 



68 



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Miles Travel to 




Mens Names 


Town Inlisted for 


Worcester 


July 12 th 


John Gilbert 


( Hampstead 
\ Sandown 


84 




James Huse 


do 


84 




Joseph Ayer 


Plastow 


84 




Joshua Abbot 


Poplin 


82 




John Pollard 


do 


82 




James Dockum 


do 


82 




Daniel Clough 


do 


82 




Boston Pikering 


Newington 
f Brintwood 


97 




Joseph Rawlings 


1 South Hampton 


80 




Samuel Clifford 


f Brintwood 

\ South Hampton 


So 




James Quinby 


Meredith 


I2 5 




Caleb Quinby 


do 


I2 5 




W m Partridge Prescott 


Raymond 


87 




Timothy Jewell 


do 


87 




Smith Cram 


do 


87 




Richard Flood 


do 


87 




Daniel Moor 


Deerfield 


100 


July 15 th 


Eben Hoeg 


Epping 


87 


17 th 


Nath 1 Batchelder 


Deerfield 


100 


18 th 


Elisha Davis 


Madbury 


100 




Eben r Pitman 


do 


100 




Aaron Wingate 


do 


100 


22 d 


John Bickford 


( Nottingham 
\ Northwood 


98 




Charles Willey 


do 


98 


24 th 


Richard Middleton 


( Scabrook 

j Hampton falls 


85 


26 


David Allard 


Rochester 


112 




William Chandler Peavy 


do 


112 




Samuel Bickford 


do 


112 




Theodore Richards 


do 


112 


27 th 


Jacob Welch 


f Wakefield 
\ Rochester 


112 




Maturin Ricker 


\ Berwiek 
\ Rochester 


112 




David Hason 


do 


112 




Charles Hanson 


do 


112 




Moses Rowe 


do 


112 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



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Mens Names 


Town Inlisted for 


Miles Travel to 
Worcester 


July 27 th 


Thomas Woodman 


New Hampton 


140 




Levi Chapman 


( Meredith 

\ New Hampton 


140 


July 29 th 


Enoch Eaton 


( Goffstown 
\ Atkinson 


85 


Aug 1 I st 


John Blasdell 


( E. Kingston 
\ Atkinson 


85 


9 th 


Samuel Meder 


Barrington 


106 




Thomas Johnson 


do 


106 


13 th 


Winthrop Reynolds 


do 


106 




John Rawlings 


do 


106 




Isaac Spencer 


do 


106 




Abel Leathers 


( Nottingham 
\ Barrington 


106 




John Bum ford Hill 


do 


106 




John Quiii 


Portsmouth 


95 


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Joseph Stevens 


( Dover 

\ Northwood 


98 




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A Return of New Levies join'd the Hampshire line & Muster' d 
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Pelham 


Rockingham 


Jacob Marsh 


20 


do 


do 


Josiah Wyman 


i7 


do 


do 


Ezekiel Richardson 


20 


do 


do 


David Lowe 


17 


do 


do 


Ezra Whitney 


20 


Charles Town 


Chester 


Moses Heath 


18 


Dumbarton 


Hillsborough 


Joseph Webster 


18 


New Salisbury 




Joseph Hoyt 


18 


do 




George Hackett 


J 9 


do 




David Grealey 


18 


do 




Jn° Smith 


21 


do 




Isaac Blake 


16 


Camptown 




Thomas Cross 


18 


Canterbury 


Rockingham 


Isaac Dalton 


l 9 


Warner 


do 


Timothy Lock 


18 


Petersborough 


Hillsborough 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



91 



MENS NAMES 


Age 


Towns 


Counties 


Amos Spafford 


14 


Peterborough 


Hillsborough 


James Presey 


17 


Warner 


Rockingham 


Moses Chace 


18 


Hopkinton 


Hillsborough 


Jn° Diamond 


IS 


Pennycook 


Rockingham 


George Thompson 


54 


Dunbarton 


Hillsborough 


Richard Smith 


21 


Hopkinton 


do 


Ebenez r Dustin 


20 


do 


do 


Isaac Clements 


21 


do 


do 


Zoe Withey 


18 


Londonderry 


Rockingham 


James Harris 


2 5 


do 


do 


Jn° Clark 


20 


do 


do 


Will m Thomas 


20 


do 


do 


Jn° M c Carty 


18 


do 


do 


Jn° Rymeck 


J 9 


do 


do 


Winsor Golden 


*9 


do 


do 


David Campbell 


22 


Windham 


do 


Sam 1 Merrill 


18 


Londonderry 


do 


David Howe 


20 


Hopkinton 


Hillsborough 


Daniel Stickney 


20 


do 


do 


Jonath n Howe 


x 9 


do 


do 


Ephraim Garvin 


29 


Bow 




Azel Hunt 


17 


Charlestown N° 4 


Cheshire 


Tho s Putnam 


22 


do 


do 


Jn° Putnam 


16 


do 


do 


Isaac Martham 


24 


do 


do 


Cha s Geer 


1 9 


Walpole 


do 


Timothy Cross 


20 


Acworth 


do 


Nathan Fisk 


16 


Dunstable 


Hillsborough 


David Guilson 


21 


do 


do 


Allen Stewart 


2 3 


do 


do 


Will" 1 Hogg 


2 3 


Dearing 


do 


John Patten 


20 


do 


do 


Josiah Chandler 


18 


Dunbarton 


do 


Daniel Clough 


17 


Wire 


do 


Isaac Patterson 


2 3 


Antrim 


do 


Alex r Willson 


17 


New Boston 


do 


Jn° George 


18 


Goffstown 


do 


Jn° Colbey 


J 9 


Wire 


do 


Henry Stewart 


18 


Goffstown 


do 


Nehemiah Lincoln 


17 


Bedford 


do 


Sam 1 Ordway 


18 


Goffstown 


do 


Asa Heath 


36 


Wire 


do 


Nath 1 Hale 


iS 


Goffstown 


do 



9 2 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



MENS NAMES 


Age 


Towns 


Counties 


Joshua Huntington 


21 


Wire 


Hillsborough 


Seth Wyman 


36 


Goffstown 


do 


George Moor 


22 


Londonderry 


Rockingham 


Peasley Eastman 


17 


Pennycook 


do 


Jonathan Molton 


17 


do 


do 


Solomon Towl 


19 


Halestown 


Hillsborough 


Isaac Foot 


18 


Nottingham 


Rockingham 


Joshua Graham 


17 


Concord 


do 


Benj" Williams 


22 


Greenland 


do 


Thomas Williams 


18 


do 


do 


Jn° Morrison 


18 


Stoddard 




David Morrison 


: 7 


do 




Maturm Ricker 


22 


Rochester 


Stafford 


Charles Hanson 


21 


do 


do 


David Hanson 


20 


do 


do 


Moses Rowe 


20 


do 


do 


Nath 1 Burwash 


37 


Andover 


Hillsborough 


Levi Chatman 


22 


New Hampton 


Stafford 


Tho s Woodman 


28 


do 


do 


Jacob Welch 


34 


Rochester 


do 


david Allid 


34 


do 


do 


Theodore Richards . 


l 9 


do 


do 


W m Chandler Pevy 


34 


do 


do 


Tho s Green 


27 


Peterborough 


Hillsborough 


Abram Brooks 


2 5 


New Malborough 


Cheshire 


Solomon Dodge 


20 


Petersborough 


Hillsborough 


Jn° Watts 


21 


Alstead 


Cheshire 


Jn° Reid 


22 


do 


do 


Samuel Crain 


2 3 


Guilsome 


do 


Asa Jackson 


J 9 


Washington 


do 


Moses Chace 


l 9 


do 


do 


Joseph French 


21 


do 


do 


Benj" Hasham 


22 


Alstead 


do 


Hugh Warner 


2 3 


Walpole 


do 


Rich d Alexander 


5 2 


do 


do 


Job Shudwich 


2 3 


do 


do 


Nathan Carpenter 


2 3 


do 


do 


Benj" Carpenter 


20 


Surry 


do 


Joseph Marshall 


20 


Londonderry 


Rockingham 


Jon a Leavitt 


21 


Stratham 


do 


Will m Taylor 


1 9 


do 


do 


Jn° Leavitt 


18 


do 


do 


Dudley Cram 


J 9 


do 


do 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



93 



MENS NAMES 


Age 


Towns 


Counties 


James Kelley 


21 


Hampton 


Rockingham 


Dole Parsons 


26 


do 


do 


Daniel Taylor 


45 


do 


do 


Joseph Parsons 


20 


Exeter 


do 


Joseph Dam 


J 9 


Newington 


do 


Gideon Hunt 


2 5 


do 


do 


Pompey Sherburn 


43 


Londonderry 


do 


Prime Coffin 


3° 


Exeter 


do 


Jn° Jack 


47 


Greenland 


do 


Benj n Leathers 


18 


Durham 


do 


Tho s Norton 


16 


do 


do 


Ebenez r Kent 


16 


do 


do 


Levi Durgin 


26 


do 


do 


Eliacum Bickford 


55 


do 


do 


Downing Colbath 


20 


do 


do 


Asa Hatch 


1 9 


Winchester 


Cheshire 


Fitz Gibbins 


26 


do 


do 


Asa Flagg 


16 


do 


do 


Sam 1 Guernsey 


18 


Richmond 


do 


David Guernsey 


17 


Winchester 


do 


Tho s Bishop 


2 3 


Hinsdale 


do 


Edw d Young 


17 


Sevell [Sunapee] 


do 


Elisha Huntley 


18 


Marlow 


do 


Ira Beckwith 


18 


do 


do 


Zacheriah Kelsey 


2 3 


Nottingham 


Rockingham 


Peter Evins , 


39 


Acwith 


Cheshire 


John Critchett 


2 3 


Dover 


Stafford 


Samuel Lear 


15 


Middletown 


do 


Phillip Stevenson 


21 


Dover 


do 


Will m Lee 


15 


Chesterfield 


Cheshire 


Elias Critchett 


33 


Lee 


Stafford 


Joseph Kent 


1 7 


Guilmantown 


do 


David Putney 


20 


Newington 


Rockingham 


David Pillsbury 


17 


South-hampton 


do 


Eliphelet Danalds 


17 


Lee 


Stafford 


Peter Manvile 


J 9 


Newington 


Rockingham 


Barth° Richards 


24 


Durham 


Stafford 


Henry Sheaf 


17 


New Market 


Rockingham 


Jeremy Abbot 


21 


Pembroke 


do 


Charles McCoy 


2 3 


do 


do 


Andrew Norris 


18 


do 


do 


Benj n Jennings 


17 


do 


do 


Sam 1 Tillton 


19 


Guilmantown 


Stafford 



94 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



MENS NAMES 



Age 



Plato Coleman 
Peter Blazedale 
Joseph Dollar 
Caleb Brown 
Jon a Willard 
Humphrey Flood 
Prince Light 
David Philbrook 
Benj" Swain 
Sam 1 Walker 
Abram Merryham 
Nath 1 Lover in g 
Jerem h Fulsome 
Joseph Welsh 
James Quimby 
Abram Page 
Daniel Seavy 
Stephen Crosby 
Bimsley Stevens 
Obediah Holt 
Stephen Curtis 
John Davice 
David Groce 
Joshua Herriman 
Jn° Rowell 
Daniel Shepherd 
Will m Jackman 
Joseph Little 
Jerem h Carter 
Will 1 " Forrest 
Merril Clements 
Jn° Blaizedale 
Shadrich Chapman 
Sam 1 Roberts 
Henry Parcher 
Elias Parcher 
Henry Lang 
Joseph Wincool 
Thomas Dennett 
Benj" Ham 
Will m Gunnison 
Jn° White 
Jn° Archabald 



3° 

18 

21 
21 
1 9 
23 

37 
18 
20 

3° 
45 
18 
18 
18 
48 
22 

17 
20 
18 
22 
22 
18 
16 
18 

17 

22 
21 
19 
17 
25 
17 
20 
18 

17 

18 

55 
46 

32 

17 
21 

43 
46 

36 



Towns 



Counties 



Newington 

Lowdon 

Exeter 

Hamptonfalls 

Sandwich 

Kingsington 

Exeter 

Kingsington 

do 
Portsmouth 
Mason 
Kinsington 

do 

do 
Meredith 
Dearfield 

do 
Amherst 

do 

do 

do 
Hampstead 

do 

do 

do 
Boscigne 

do 

do 

do 
Lowden 

do 
Atheson 
Portsmouth 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Rockingham 

Stafford 

Rockingham 

do 
Stafford 
Rockingham 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Hillsborough 
Rockingham 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Hillsborough 

do 

do 

do 
Rockingham 

do 

do 

do 
Hillsborough 

do 

do 

do 
Rockingham 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



95 



MENS NAMES 


Age 


Towns 


Counties 


Lemuel Marsden 


29 


Portsmouth 


Rockingham 


John Cavelry 


23 


do 


do 


Elihu Langley 


38 


do 


do 


Benj' 1 Cross 


33 


do 


do 


Hiber Cowden 


18 


Winchester 


Cheshire 


Elijah Kemp 


18 


Heneca 


Hillsborough 


Tho s Lewis 


i7 


do 


do 


Joseph Barron 


17 


Deerfield 


do 


Peter Abbot 


18 


Amherst 


do 


Jacob Stanley- 


20 


do 


do 


Robert Simpson 


17 


Deerfield 


do 


Noah Greeley 


20 


Brentwood 


Rockingham 


Sam 1 Wench 


20 


Fitz William 


Cheshire 


Oliver Osgood 


!9 


Keen 


do 


Jon a Moss 


24 


Dublin 


do 


Peter Wilder 


19 


Keen 


do 


Daniel Day 


17 


do 


do 


Micah Moss 


20 


Dublin 


do 


Jn° Moss 


26 


do 


do 


Langley Willard 


16 


Swanzey 


do 


Jerem h Burrows 


2 3 


Richmond 


do 


Joseph Razey 


17 


Swanzey 


do 


Jabesh Whipple 


i7 


Richmond 


do 


Zuriel Cook 


16 


do 


do 


Will m Hughes 


I 9 


do 


do 


Timothy Aplin 


19 


Swanzey 


do 


Will" 1 Sumner 


16 


do 


do 


Phineas Knap 


16 


Winchester 


do 


John Willey 


19 


Northwood 


Rockingham 


Solomon Giles 


21 


do 


do 


Levi Senter 


!9 


Litchfield 


do 


Abram Knight 


16 


Nottingham 


do 


Jn° Kelley 


17 


Dearfield 


Hillsborough 


Josiah Simpson 


16 


Nottingham 


Rockingham 


David Clough 


21 


Windham 


do 


Sam 1 Spalding 


18 


Heneca 


Hillsborough 


Sam 1 Dustin 


J 9 


Halestown 


do 


Tho s Brown 


18 


Francistown 


do 


Joel Jones 


17 


Hillsborough 


do 


Robert Phenny 


16 


do 


do 


Jn° Tossey rejected 


82 


Poplin 


Rockingham 


Richard Middleton 


45 


Hampton Falls 


do 


Caleb Quimby 


20 


Meredith 





9 6 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



MENS NAMES 



Jacob Adams 
Joseph Burley 
Jonath" Chace 
Jerem h Samburn 
Jerem h Tilton 
Paul Roberts 
Stephen Noble 
Simon Roberts 
Ebenez r Hill 
Nathan Roberts 
Otis Stackpole 
Amos Hogdon 
Sam 1 Johnson 
Abram Mathews 
Benj" Mooney 
Ebenez r Ransome 
Jn° Tuttle 
Jn° York 
Ephraim Young 
Samuel Eavery 
Moses Eavery 
Rich d Garling 
Edw d Ellis 
Benj n York 
Ebenezer Piatt 
Barth° Danalds 
Jn° Goold 
Jon a Lake 
Allen Breed 
Henry Carlton 
Tho s Demerry 
Peter Bullard 
Ebenez r Bullard 
Sam 1 Walker 
Phillip Adams 
Jn° Henderson 
Ebenez r Pitman 
Aaron Wingate 
Elijah Davice 
Lewis Keneston 
Jon a Willson 
Will 1 " Moor 
Isaac Blasedale 



Age 



J 9 

'9 

i7 
16 

17 
19 

22 
20 
22 
22 

J 9 

22 

20 

17 

40 

38 
20 

35 
20 
20 
18 

17 
21 

20 

J 9 

18 

19 

J 9 
21 

x 9 

18 
20 
24 
24 
26 
16 
21 

17 
21 

28 
18 
18 
20 



Towns 



Heneca 
Sanborntown 

do 

do 

do 
Somersworth 

do 

do 
Wakefield 
Somersworth 

do 
Wakefield 

do 
Middletown 
New durham 
Dover 

do 
New durham 
Dover 
Barnstead 

do 
Dover 

do 

do 
Range 

do 
New Ipswich 
Range 
New Ipswich 

do 
Rindge 
New Ipswich 

do 

do 
Jeffrey 

do 
Madbury 

do 

do 
New Markett 
Chester 

do 

do 



Counties 

Hillsborough 
Stafford 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Cheshire 

do 
Hillsborough 
Cheshire 
Hillsborough 

do 
Cheshire 
Hillsborough 

do 

do 
Cheshire 

do 



Rockingham 
do 
do 
do 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



97 



MENS NAMES 


Age 


Towns 


Counties 


Sam 1 Walker 


20 


Chester 


Rockingham 


Moses Webster 


21 


do 


do 


Robert Reynolds 


35 


do 


do 


Jn° Knowles 


20 


do 


do 


Jn° Brown 


l 9 


do 


do 


Jn° Aiken 


16 


do 


do 


Benj n True 


18 


do 


do 


Nehemiah Stanwood 


2 3 


New Salem 


do 


Nathan 1 Pike 


1 9 


do 


do 


Moses Cross 


17 


do 


do 


Dan 1 Stanwood 


17 


do 


do 


David Silver 


17 


do 


do 


Benj" Eaton 


21 


Candia 


do 


Sam 1 Clay 


20 


do 


do 


Sam 1 Shannon 


18 


do 


do 


Alex r Eaton 


18 


do 


do 


Jn° Eaton 


i7 


do 


do 


Edw d Currier 


1 9 


do 


do 


Ichabod Roba 


3° 


Pembrook 


do 


David Kennesten 


22 


New Market 


do 


Nicho 5 Keneston 


I 9 


do 


do 


James Randal 


3° 


Nottingham 


do 


James Dockham 


16 


Poplin 


do 


Joseph Johnson 


22 


Nottingham 


do 


Eliphelet Tufts 


21 


Lee 


Stafford 


Tho s Taylor 


28 


New Market 


Rockingham 


Smith Cramb 


18 


Reymond 


do 


Elisha Cleveland 


21 


Bath 




Benj n Lovekin 


18 


do 




Will m Lock 


2 3 


Haverhill Co'os 


Chester 


Elisha Lock 


21 


do 


do 


Tho s Hatch 


22 


Morristown 


do 


Rich d Flood 


18 


Reymond 


Rockingham 


Will m Prescot 


36 


do 


do 


Jn° Bickford 


27 


Nottingham 


do 


Charles Willey 


2 3 


Northwood 


do 


Timothy Jewel 


40 


Reymond 


do 


Taylor Little 


3 2 


New boston 


Hillsborough 


Daniel Heath 


16 


N. Chester 


Chester 


Eavery Saunders 


18 


Haverhill Co'os 


do 


Caleb Young 


22 


do 


do 


Jn° Verbeck 


16 


Gonfret 




Trueworthy Dudley 


19 


Exeter 


Rockingham 



9 3 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



MENS NAMES 


Age 


Towns 


Counties 


Rich d Lovering 


20 


Exeter 


Rockingham 


David Quimby 


18 


Hawk 


do 


Nath 1 Morrill 


18 


do 


do 


Jn° Emerson 


19 


do 


do 


Dan 1 Dudley- 


25 


Guilmantown 


Stafford 


Jon 1 Dowe 


J 9 


do 


do 


Stephen Dudley 


2 3 


Barnstead 


do 


Jos ph Fellows 


18 


Guilmantown 


do 


Benj" Dowe 


22 


do 


do 


Will™ Allen 


22 


N. Salem 


Rockingham 


Simon Winslow 


18 


Kinsington 


do 


Joseph Eaton 


J 9 


New Salem 


do 


Stephen Clark 


iS 


North hampton 


do 


Will m Cushen 


20 


Brentwood 


do 


Nath 1 Dowe 


22 


Gilmanton 


Stafford 


Solomon Danalds 


18 


South Hampton 


Rockingham 


Ephraim Dudley 


21 


Exeter 


do 


James Marsden 


27 


Brentwood 


do 


Jn° Page 


18 


North Hampton 


do 


Sam 1 Reynolds 


17 


Nottingham 


do 


Perkins Pike 


l 9 


New Market 


do 


Daniel Sampson 


21 


Kingstown 


do 


Henry Sloper 


20 


Brentwood 


do 


Stephen Watson 


18 


do 


do 


Joseph Woodbury 


17 


Amherst 




Ebenez r Hogg 


20 


Eping 




Rob 1 Scammell 


l 9 


Amherst 




Leonard Weeks 


21 


Greenland 


Rockingham 


Sam 1 Lear 


18 


Rye 


do 


Will m Burley 


18 


Stratham 


do 


Benj" Foss 


24 


do 


do 


Will m Nudd 


18 


Greenland 


do 


Jn° Sherburn 


17 


Portsmouth 


do 


Joseph Dearborn 


17 


Greenland 


do 


Job Foss 


21 


do 


do 


Sam 1 Nudd 


2 3 


do 


do 


Tho s Nudd 


18 


Northhill 


do 


Jn° Wells 


35 


do 


do 


Jon a Starnes 


21 


Amherst 




Daniel Moore 


40 


Dearfield 




Ezekiel Crosby 


18 


Amherst 




Hezekiah Reynolds 


24 


Newport 


Cheshire 


Ezra Butler 


17 


Claremont 


do 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



99 



MENS NAMES 


Age 


Towns 


Counties 


Stephen Herd 


*9 


Newport 


Cheshire 


Benj n French 


18 


New Markett 


Rockingham 


Joseph Aver 


28 


Plaistow 


do 


Will m Verrill 


18 


Rye 


do 


Asa Sturtless 


18 


Lyme 




Nehimiah Shaw 


22 


do 




Sam 1 Jones 


48 


Portsmouth 


Rockingham 


Will m Martin 


3 1 


do 


do 


Jon a Randal 


21 


Epsom 


do 


John Ham 


18 


do 


do 


Phillip Johnson 


55 


Rye 


do 


Geo. Waldon 


2 5 


Portsmouth 


do 


James Fullington 


24 


Woolfsborough 


Stafford 


James Wiggins 


19 


do 


do 


John Marble 


2 5 


Stratham 


Rockingham 


Jerem h Rawlins 


28 


Hampton 


do 


Arch d Clark 


18 


Portsmouth 


do 


Will m Robinson 


20 


Exeter 


do 


Luke Libbey 


22 


do 


do 


Daniel Carrey 


26 


Moltonborough 


Stafford 


Sam 1 Clifford 


3° 


South-hampton 


Rockingham 


Dan 1 Clough 


17 


Poplin 


do 


Joshua Abbot 


2 3 


do 


do 


Boston Pickering 


17 


Newington 


do 


Josiah M c Goon 


17 


Nottingham 


do 


Jn° Chapman 


17 


Seabrook 


do 


Jon a Lock 


17 


Chichester 


do 


Benj n Harris 


18 


Fitz William 


Cheshire 


Abram Royce 


16 


do 


do 


Thomas Carr 


2 3 


Pennycook 


Rockingham 


Daniel Stickney 


18 


do 


do 


Aaron Eastman 


20 


do 


do 


Jn° Peters 


22 


do 


do 


Jonas Wyman 


20 


do 


do 


Benj n Thompson 


18 


do 


do 


Sam 1 Neal 


2 3 


Moltonborough 


Stafford 


Eben r Chandler 


2 5 


Canterbury 


do 


Serf Kimble 


*9 


Sandwich 


do 


James Burnham 


3° 


Lynds borough 


Hillsborough 


Joshua Kitridge 


J 9 


do 


do 


James Martin 


16 


Rumney 


Rockingham 


James Hutchinson 


J 5 


Lyndsborough 


Hillsborough 


Stephen Goold 


24 


do 


do 



IOO 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



MENS NAMES 


Age 


Towns 


Counties 


Will m King 


20 


Merrimack 


Hillsborough 


Rob' Glines 


J 9 


Moltonborough 


Stafford 


Simeon Smith 


!7 


Sandwich 


do 


James Wealin 


2 3 


London derry 


Rockingham 


James M c Mahon 


21 


do 


do 


Jerem h Fairfield 


35 


Lowdon 


do 


David Smith 


20 


Lyndsborough 


Hillsborough 


Sam 1 Howe 


21 


Hopkinton 


do 


Peter Brown 


26 


Temple 


do 


John Gibson 


18 


Packersfield 


Cheshire 


Josiah Whitcomb 


18 


Jeffery 


do 


Jacob Lovell 


17 


Temple 


Hillsborough 


Jon a Parker 


18 


do 


do 


Theodore Barkes 


x 9 


Packersfield 


Cheshire 


Jn° Greely 


21 


Willton 


Hillsborough 


Ebenez r Cummings 


18 


do 


do 


David Blanchard 


18 


do 


do 


Ephraim Kyes 


l 9 


do 


do 


Timothy Abbot 


17 


do 


do 


Oliver Emerson 


24 


Dearfield 


do 


Sam 1 - Henry 


*9 


Merrimack 


do 


Tim y Griffin 


18 


Bedford 


do 


Josiah Gordon 


J 7 


do 


do 


Robert Cornwall 


1 7 


do 


do 


Rob* Cunningham 


22 


Dumbarton 


do 


Isia Dunster 


1 9 


Mason 


do 


Jacob Wetherby 


!7 


do 


do 


Eliazer Ballard 


1 7 


do 


do 


Simon Dodge 


28 


New Boston 


Hillsborough 


Tho s Cutter 3 


3° 


Nottingham 


Rockingham 


Joseph Rawlins 


4i 


South hampton 


do 


James Huse 


35 


Sand own 


do 


Nathan Follinsby 


17 


Plaistow 


do 


John Gilbert 


18 


Sandown 


do 


Will m Hopkins 


17 


Francistown 


Hillsborough 


Abel Sergent 


14 


Nottingham 


Rockingham 


Sam 1 Collins 


17 


Deerfield 


do 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



IOI 



[6-139] [^ r - H- Men in Col. Jackson's Regt.~\ 

State N. Hampshire to William Scot Dr to Mony payd the Fol- 
lowing Officers & Soldiers belonging to this State Sarving in Col 
Jacksons Reg 1 Viz 



Lu' John Nasmith 


Receit Lost 


168.0.0 


Seg' Samuel Mitchal 


pR 


15.0.0 


Sag' John Kanedy 


pR 


15.0.0 


Sag' John Vance 


pR 


15.0.0 


privat Timothy Melon 


pR 


15.0.0 


Whitom 


pR 


15.0.0 


Benjeman M c Calaster 


pR 


15.0.0 


John Blair 


pR 


15.0.0 


Samuel Spear 


pR 


15.0.0 


Freneess Stuart 


pR 


15.0.0 


Samuel Orr 


pR 


15.0.0 


William M c Gilvery 


pR 


15.0.0 


James Timer 


pR 


15.0.0 


John Mitchel 


pR 


15.0.0 


William Straw 


pR 


15.0.0 


Benjeman Putnam 


pR 


15.0.0 


John Twiman 


pR 


15.0.0 


Timothy Mixer 


pR 


15.0.0 


Joseph Cooper 


pR 


15.0.0 


Jon a Graham 


pR 


15.0.0 


John Swan 


pRC) 


15.0.0 


James Tagert 


pR«C) 


15.0.0 


Ranold M c Callaster 


pRC) 


15.0.0 


James Stanford 


pR 


15.0.0 


David Scott 


pr* 


15.0.0 




528.0.0 


1779 July 30 th William Scott Receivd of the State 


^828.0.0 




528.0.0 


Ballance I 


)ue to the State 


300.0.0 



Exeter June 22 nd 1780 Errors Excepted per W m Scott Cap 1 

i 1 ) from his wife Aug. 4, 1779 — ( 2 ) from Mary M c Allester 



102 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[6-140] 



{Recruits, Term not Specific d.~\ 



List of the Levies raised by the State of N. Hamp. whose Time 
and Term of Inlistment ware not specify'd. 1780. 



John Anderson 
John Abbot 
Darnel Bridges 
Benj a Burnham 
Zaccheus Brooks 
Joseph Bunker 
Benj a Brown 
John Bartlet deserted 
Robert Barber 
Abraham Chase 
Jesse Clark 
Paul Cook 
Thomas Cartee 
John Caldwell 
Benj a Creasy 
James Cambhel 
Edw d Cally 

Downing 
London Daily 
Sam 1 Davis 
Enoch Dow 
Richard Drought 
Rama Emery 
John Eastman 
Jacob Eastman 
Sam 1 Stackpole 
Mich 1 Shedrick 
Joseph Shedrech 
Jn° Sterns 
Ezek 1 Stone 
W m Simpson 
Thomas Spendergrass 
Nathan Shedd 
James Smith 



W m Ferguson 
Joseph Fasset 
Barth w Goyer 
Thomas Goffee 
John Gibson 
Dan 1 Gage 
Rich d Galospee 
Nathan Hoit 
James Hern 
Joseph Hall 
Benj a Hilyard 
Nicholas Hall 
Simeon Hardy 
Jn° Jennings 
David Kenneston 
Edward Kelley 
Baptist Knight 
Aseas Klingarfus 
David Keeser 
Tim° Kimbell 
James Lewis 
James Libby 
Dan 1 Libby 
John Lovering 
John Maloy 
Jacob Thomas 
Jon a Tucker 
Paul Thompson 
Jn° Varnum 
Edw d Wells 
Mark Went worth 
Josiah Willey 
Will m Willey 
David Webster 



Jon a Morgan 
Nathan Martin 
John Merritt 
Jacob Morss 
Paul M^Coy 
Dan 1 Matthews 
Joseph Muzzy 
John Miller 
James Meuke 
Peter (Negro) 
David Nevin 
Mark Nutter 
Benj a Powell 
Nehem h Phillips 
James Parker 
Mich 1 Poor 
Peter Quenen 
Jn° Randal 
Reuben Rand 
James Rollins 
W m Robinson 
W m Rogers 
W m Ramsey 
David Richards 
James Sanborn 
John Wight 
Jn° Wilson 
James Whittemore 
Henry Weld 
Uriah Vose 
Jon a M c Coy 
Stephen M c Coy 
James Snow 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



103 



[6-142] 



[Me? 1 Recruited by Henry Dearborn.'] 



D r State of N Hampshire to Henry Dearborn for Bounties paid 
the following Soldiers enlisted to fill up the Continental Army- 1780 



Rezia Beede 
Boswell Green 
Daniel Cook 
Moses Roberts 
Stephen Scranton 
Paul Ricker 
Thomas Watson 
Andrew M c Gaffy 
Benjamin Dockum 
Salem Colby 
John Humble 
Thomas Plat 
John Rollings 
Ebenezer Whitehouse 
Daniel Sargent 
William Evans 
George Hogg 
Thomas Pitts 
Archibald Clark 
Benoni Drew 



The above 60 men at 
Tho s Piper 
Dan 1 Carey 
Charles Cook 
David Howe 



Valentine Leighton 
Robert Green 
Henry Wisdom 
Benjamin Morse 
William Moulton 
Daniel Sullivan 
John Carter 
William Lakin 
Joseph Rollings 
Cato Wallingsford 
John Foss 
Daniel Cook 
Obed M c Lane 
Barton Pollard 
John Gaffet 
"Mich 1 George 
John Weeks 
Philip Judkins 
John Grove 
Thomas Harvey 

^3.15 / hard Money 



at 45/ 



Enoch Dockum 
Benj a Critchet 
Elias Moors 
Enos Jewell 
Joshua Fall 
Bradbury Green 
James Harvey 
Richard San 
Joseph Avery 
Sam 1 York 
John Larabe 
Benj a Hills 
Sam 1 Heath 
James Wells 
Sam 1 Campbel 
Jacob Gile 
James Cavenough 
Tho s B. Ashton 
Samuel Marsh 
Joseph Sanborn 



225. o. 

4.10. 

1. 10. 
4- 



By rec te 235. 0.0 

The amount of this Acc° charged in Account Current 

Errors Excepted per H Dearborn 

In Committee on Claims ) This Account is well vouched Amount Two 
Exeter May 24 1782 } Hundred & Thirty five Pounds Lawful Money 

Ex d Josiah Gilman Jun 



104 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

THREE MONTHS' MEN, WEST POINT, 1780. 

[In the latter part of June, 1780, the legislature voted to raise 945 
men for a term of three months, to reenforce the army at West Point. 
They were to be organized into two regiments, commanded respect- 
ively by Colonel Thomas Bartlett, of Nottingham, and Colonel 
Moses Nichols, of Amherst. The men were apportioned to be drawn 
from the following-named militia regiments. 



Regiments. 


in 
U 

CD 




t/5 

CD 


Regiments. 


i-i 
CD 

CJ 


CD 




£ 


> 




£ 






O 


Ph 




O 


Ph 


Col. Wentworth's 


3 


70 


Col. McClary's 


2 


36 


Col. Evans's 


4 


86 


Col. David Webster's 


1 


l 9 


Col. Moulton's 


2 


40 


Col. Ellis's 


3 


68 


Col. Gilman's 


3 


55 


Col. Hale's 


3 


63 


Col. John Webster's 


2 


35 


Col. Bellows's 


2 


45 


Col. Gregg's 


2 


33 


Col. Morey's 


2 


26 


Col. Gale's 


3 


55 


Col. Chase's 


2 


36 


Col. Nichols's 


4 


74 


From Conway 




2 


Col. Kelley's 


3 


65 




— 





Col. Badger's 


3 


55 


Totals 


48 


945 


Col. Stickney's 


4 


82 









The men were enlisted early in July, and marched via Springfield, 
Mass., to West Point, where the vanguard arrived August 4. They 
were placed under the command of General Arnold, who ordered Col. 
Nichols and his regiment to camp near his headquarters at the Rob- 
inson House, which they did on the tenth of that month. In a letter 
dated August 18, 1780, Col. Nichols stated that he had 420 men all 
told in his regiment, and that " Captain Christopher Webber of Coi° 
Nichols's Reg 1 is appointed to do duty as Major of the same." 
These troops were discharged the latter part of October, as may be 
seen by the following pay-rolls. — Ed.] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



I05 



[6-172] 



[Captain Kinsman 's Return.] 



A Return of the mans Names Belonging to my Compeney in Coll 
Stickneys Regemeant wich have Enliested as Soders to Sarve three 
mounths Agreable to a Late Act of the Genereal Corte 



Elias Abbot 
gilman west 
Edward west 
Ruben Blanchard 
Epheram fisk 



John Dow 
Joseph Blanchard 
Kyes Bradley 
Josier flanders 



Concord July 11 th 1780 



Ebenezer gray 
Benj a Bradley 
Elisha Vergen 
william Estman 

Aaron Kinsman Cap 1 . 



{Captain Livermore ordered to meet the Recmits.~\ 

West Point July 1 1780 — 
Sir 

You will proceed to Springfield in Massachusetts State and there 
wait the arrival of the Levies from New Hamp. to fill up their Con- 
tinental Regiments which will be sent you by Cap* Lieu 1 Dennett, 
Lieu* Cass, and Lieu 1 Senter, from their different places of Rendez- 
vous, and when any Number shall have arrived you will appoint some 
careful person to take charge of an bring them to Camp and thus, 
till all are forewarded — 

You will send lists of them to me noticing which Officer you rec d 
them from 

In case any should fall Sick or desert on their way to Springfield, 
(as you will know by the Lists sent you) you are to report them to 
President Weare and myself — and when you find your services are 
not wanted at Springfield you will repair to your Regiment — you 
will keep a particular Ace* of your expences as a reasonable Expence 
will be allowed you — 

Enoch Poor B Gen 1 

Cap* Dan 1 Livermore 

List of mens Names sent on by L* Cass under the Care of Serj* 
Jon a Wilson 



Serj* Jon a Wilson 
W m Moore 
Benj n True 
Sam 1 Walker 
John Knowles 
John Brown 

Springfield July 15 1780 



Rob* Runnells 
Isaac Blaisdel 
Moses Webster 
James Fullington 
James Wiggin 
John bean 



D. Livermore 



io6 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[6-173] 



[Account of an issue of Spirits.'] 



Return of half pint of Rum & one pound Sugar, Issued to each 
of the Following Six months men by Joseph Bass Cloathier & 
Commissary for the State N Hampshire at West point, July 1780 



Peter Adams 
John Aiken 
Timothy Abbot 
Ruben Blood 
Lemuel Blood 
Nathaniel Blood 
Peter Blaisdell 
Caleb Brown 
Joseph Burley 
Ebenezer Bullard 
Allen Breed 
Peter Bullard 
Isaac Blaisdel 
John Brown 
William Burnham 
William Burley 
Peter Brown 
Theodore Barker 
David Blanchard 
Elezer Bullard 
Benj a Carpenter 
Samuel Crain 
Moses Chase 
Isaac Clemonds 
Nathaniel Dow 
Benj a Dow 
Jonathan Dow 
Daniel Day 
Josiah Dunster 
Peasley Eastman 
Aaron Eastman 
Oliver Emerson 
Joseph French 
James Furguson 
James Folonsby 
Abner Foss 
Isaac Foot 
Humphrey Flood 
James Fulenton 



Stephen Conrey 
John Colby 
Moses Chase 
William Connick 
Josiah Chandler 
Dudley Cram 
Primus Coffin 
Plate Colman 
Jonathan Chase 
Henry Calton 
James Merrill 
Jacob Marsh 
David Morson 
John Morson 
George More 
Jonathan Moulton 
John M c Coy 
William Moore 
Abra m Merriam 
William Martin 
Jonathan Morse 
John Morse 
Micher Moses 
Samuel Nud 
Benja. Swain 
Jeremiah Sanborn 
John Sherburne 
Daniel Stickney 
George Thompson 
Solomon Tole 
Daniel Taylor 
William Taylor 
Samuel Tilton 
Jeremiah Tilton 
Benj a True 
Benj a Thompson 
John Watts 
Josiah Wyman 
Ezra Whitney 



Oliver Osgood 
James Pressey 
Nath 1 Patten 
Isaac Patterson 
Jonathan Patten 
Joseph Parsons 
Dole Parsons 
David Philbrook 
Ebenezer Piatt 
Jonathan Parker 
John Reed 
Ebenezer Cummings 
Robert Cornwell 
Robert Cunningham 
Daniel Carey 
Solomon Dodge 
John Dimond 
Ebenezer Duston 
Joseph Dam 
Thomas Demary 
Bartho w Donnil 
Joseph Dearborn 
Stephen Dudley 
Daniel Dudley 
Nathan Hill 
Gideon Hunt 
Jon a Hillyard 
John Henderson 
Asa Jackson 
Abra m Johnson 
Samuel Jones 
John Knowles 
Zach a Kelley 
Thomas Karr 
Ephraim Kyes 
David Low 
Nemia Linkon 
Asa Lovjoy 
Jon a Leavitt 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



107 



Job Foss 


William Whidden 


John Leavitt 


Joseph Fellows 


Alexander Willson 


Prince Light 


Thomas Green 


John George 


Nath 1 Lovering 


Mathew Gooddin 


Josiah Graham 


Jonathan Lake 


Benjamin Glynes 


John Gold 


Samuel Lear 


Ezekil Richardson 


John Greeley 


Jacob Lowell 


Robert Runnels 


Jon a Griffin 


Luke Libby 


Jon a Rendell 


Josiah Gordon 


Joseph Lampson 


Jeremiah Rollings 


Asa Hamlet 


Seth Wyman 


William Robinson 


John Hubbard 


Benj a Williams 


Henry Stewart 


William Hogg 


Thomas Williams 


Richard Smith 


Asa Heath 


Samuel Walker 


Pompey Sherburne 


Joshua Huntington 


Joseph Welch 


Samuel Walker 


James Wiggons 


Samuel Winch 


Moses Webster 


James Whipple 


Josiah Whitcomb 


Jon a Willson 


Jonas Wyman 


Jacob Wetherbe 


Samuel Walker 


Lenord Weeks 


Benj a Foss 


George Waldron 


Peter Wilder 




170 lbs Sugar 8 d 


5-13-4 




I 7°i pints Rum 6 d 


4. 5. 




, 


£9.18.4 




Portsmouth 3 d March 1781 




Errors Excepted • 


— Joseph Bass 





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State of New Hampshire Nov. 1, 1780 — The truth and Justice of 
the within roll sworn to before Jacob Abbot Jus Peace — 

In Committee of claims Nov. 1, 1780, the within Roll is right cast 
& amounts to ^895.12.8^ in Bills of the New Emission — 

Ex d Jacob Abbot for the Com ee . 

Whole amount New Emison ^895.12.8^- 

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Exeter March 21, 178 1. \ This Roll is right cast, the Ballance 
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fourteen shillings & two pence half penny new currency. The 
money paid for travel out to Worcester & Springfield is not inserted 
in the Roll but remains to be charged to the United States. 

Exam d per Josiah Gilman Jur. 

March 21, 1781. Rec d an Order on the Treasurer for eight hund- 
red & ninety two pounds fourteen shillings & two pence half penny. 
New Currency for the within Roll — James Aikin — 

Travel to Worcester & Springfield p d by Col Peabody Muster 
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Isaac Moore 
Nich 8 Brown 
Winthrop Langley 
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Joseph True 
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Nicholas Hoit 
Jacob Hunt 
Joseph Marston 
Joseph Seavey 



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[Captain Henry Butler s Co. — concluded^ 

Amount brought forward, -£3934-8- 6 

Making my Roll 30. 

7 days at Portsmouth & Exeter to settle with the Hon. 

Court at 22.10 147.10 

Money advanced by the State ^39535- l6 

£37678.16 
This is a true Roll — Henry Butler Cap 1 

In Committee on Claims ) The within Roll is right cast, the Bal- 
Exeter Jan y 26, 1 781 \ lance amounts to nine hundred forty one 

pounds nineteen shillings & five pence New Currency. 

State of New Hampshire \ Exeter Jan^ 29, 1781 The truth & jus- 
Rockingham County j tice of the within Roll was sworn to by 
Captain Henry Butler — Attest John Calfe Jus. Peace 

Jany 26 th , 1 78 1. Received an order on the Treasurer for nine 
hundred forty one pounds nineteen shillings & five pence — 

Thomas Bartlett for Capt. Butler. 



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[6-249.V] [Hopkinton Men in Capt. Butler s Co.] 

To Hon. Nicholas Gilman Esq. Treasurer for the State of New Hampshire 
— or any other gent" that is appointed to Pay of the three months men we 
being Soldiers in Cap' [Henry] Butlers Company and Col Bartlets Reg m in 
the year 1780 Pleas to Pay to Cap' Jonathan Straw all the wages travil 
money and Saus money that is Due to us it being for Value Rec d as the Town 
of Hopkinton has Paid us our wages and the Town is intitled to the State 
wages or what the State ingaged us 

State of New Hampsh* — Hopkinton Februa 12: 1782 

Moses Sawyer Samuel Straw William Putney 

John Hoyt Nathaniel Morgin Samuel Eastman 

John Blasdel Jr Stephen Putney Daniel Kimball 



[6-254] [Josiak Bartletfs Bill for Mustering Men.] 

State of New Hampshire to Josiah Bartlett Dr. 

1780. To travel money paid to 260 Soldiers raised to recruit 
the Continental Army 'till the last day of Decern 1 1780 as 
per Rec ts ,£15228.18 — equal in Bills of the New Emis- 
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— equal in the Bills of the New Emission to 594. 17.8-^ 

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&c to the above mentioned 672 men ..... 29. 5.0 

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1780 Nov. 17. Rec d an order on the Treasurer for the ballance 22. 13. 11 



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Per Josiah Bartlett 



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[Co/. Bart let fs Expenses on the March.] 



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To Sundry Expenses paid for a public Wagon & horses &c. viz ■ 
1780 

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West Point Aug 4 8, 1 780 — 
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Abraham Brown Waggoner 



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This is a true Roll Attest Moses Nichols 

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Examined pr. J. Gilman 

State of New Hampshire, Exeter Jan^ 4, 1781 — The truth & jus- 
tice of the above Roll was sworn to before 

John Calfe Jus Peace 

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fifteen pounds seven shillings & three pence in Bills of the New 
Emission, being in full of the above pay roll — 

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\Captain Kidder 's Co. — concluded.'] 

Amount brought forward, ^41507. 

Making my roll 30. 
A Journey from Lyndeborough to Exeter to settle this 

Roll 8 days @ ,£22.10 180. 



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at Camp Aug. 28, 1780 11 2. 18 

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This is a true Roll attest Jonas Kidder 
In Committee on Claims ) This Roll is right cast the Ballance 



Exeter Jan^ 6, 1781 — ) amounts to one thousand & forty pounds 
two shillings in Bills of the New Emission 

Ex d per Josiah Gilman Jun r . 

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but remains to be chargd hereafter to the United States — 

State of New Hampshire, Rockingham ss. Exeter Jan? 6, 1781. 
The truth & justice of the above roll was sworn to before George 
Gains J. P. 

Jan y 6, 1 78 1. Rec d an order on the Treas r for one thousand & 
forty pounds two shilling, New Emission being in full of the above 
pay roll — 

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Amount brought forward, .£40129. 19 

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[6-260] [List of Captain Kidder s Co. — Residences.} 

A List of Cap* Kidders Company Col Nichols reg* 

Commishond offisers Jonas Kidder Cap 4 Samuel Brocklebank Lieu* 
Samuel Karr Ensign 

Sergeants 

James Hogg Joseph Roberson 

Samuel Houston Alexander Jameson 

Corporals 

Jabe [Jabez] Holt Nicholas Bezel 

Thomas Vose Abel Hadley 

Fifer Jacob Button Drummer John Punchard 

Lyndeborough 

Edward Beavens Seimon Flether 

Willard Lund Amos Manwell 



Daniel Cram 
Edward Spaulding 
Stephen Richardson 



Orlando Bagley 
Thomas Flanders 
Samuel George 



John Buzwell 
James Serjent 
Joseph Davis 



Samuell Paterson 
James M c mullen 

John Campbel 

Phinehas Aiken 
Seth hinckley 



Ware 

Thomas Bagley 
Moses Sergant 
John Duston 

Goffstown 

Elexander M c dole 
Elexander Cunningham 
Jere Petee 

Newboston 

Samuel Gun 
Joseph M c alister 

Dearing 

John Hogg 

Bedford 

John Berns 
William Moore 



Jonh Flanders 
Joshua Atward 



William M c dole 
Jonathan Davis 



Gideon Dodge 
Gideon Dodge Jr~ 



Isaac foot 



George Gault 
Isaac Riddel 



Dunbarton 
Obdiah Hadley William Holms 

Francestown 
Samuel Butterfield Robert Butterfield James Burns 

Derryfield Reuben Moor 

11 



l62 



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John Simpson Daniel Doying 

John Steward 

Camp Highlands September 27, 1780 
Jonas Kidder Cap' 



[6-263] 



[Captain Leavitt 's Co. — Abstract.] 



Abstract of the Pay Roll of Cap 1 Moses Leavitts Company in Col 
Thomas Bartlets Regiment march d from the State of New Hamp- 
shire and join d the Continental Army at West Point August 1780 — 





Ballance 




Ballance 


Names 


Due 


Names 


Due 




£ 1* 




£ 


s 


Moses Leavitt Cap' 


3582 4 


David Miller 


601 


9 


Tho s Hays Lieu' 


2263 


16 


Jonathan Lane 


587 


15 


Sam 1 Marston Ens" 


168S 





Daniel True 


596 


18 


John Marston Serg. 


858 


8 


Charles Page 


596 


18 


Sam 1 Barker do 


797 


4 


Reuben Eaton 


596 


18 


John Dearborn do 


872 




Benj" Eaton 


596 


18 


Elisha Blake do 


564 


18 


Tho s Fowler 


596 


18 


Edward True Corp. 


646 


9 


Tho s Marston 


74 


1 


John Page do 


615 


3 


John Leavitt 


615 


3 


Tho s Lovering do 


621 


8 


John Wedgwood 


615 


3 


Josiah Wedgwood do 


621 


8 


John Smith 


615 


3 


Batchelder Brown P' 


656 


9 


Josiah Hobbs 


615 


3 


Zaccheus Brown 


606 




Moses Blake 


583 


4 


Simon Ward 


606 




Isaac Shaw 


S83 


4 


John Dearborn 


606 




John Titcomb 


5 6 4 


18 


Joseph Dearborn 


606 




Stephen Wingate 


5 6 4 


18 


Joseph Philbrick 


583 


4 


Stephen Young 


5 6 4 


18 


James Sandborn 


583 


4 


William Moor 


5 6 4 


18 


Nath 1 Batchelder 


583 


4 


Paul Gerrish 


5 6 4 


18 


Amos Brown 


583 


4 


Enoch Hanson 


5 6 4 


18 


Bracket Towle 


583 


4 


Tho s How 


5 6 4 


18 


Trist m Godfrey 


583 


4 


Tho s Babb 


5 6 4 


18 


Tho s Moore 


606 




Benj n Berry 


5 6 4 


18 


John Lane 


S83 


4 


Joshua Hays 


5 6 4 


18 


Tho s Swett 


601 


9 


Isaac Foss 


5 6 4 


18 


Nath 1 Dodge 


601 


9 


Joseph Allen 


5 6 4 


18 


Theophilus Swain 


601 


9 


Total 


;£37>857 


1 3 



A True Copy Examined pr Sam 1 Weare 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



163 



[6-267] 



{Captain Butlers Co. — Abstract^ 



Abstract of Captain Henry Butler's Pay Roll for his Company 
in Col Thomas Bartlett's Regiment raised by the State of New 
Hampshire, for the defence of West Point, 1 780 — 



Names 


Ballances 


Names 


Ballances 


Henry Butler Cap' 


35So 


8 


John Daniels 


587 


15 


Asa Kimball Lieu 4 


2225 




James Glass 


587 


15 


Nath 1 Chandler Ens. 


1666 




Stephen Hodgdon 


592 


6 


John Bickford 


851 


12 


Benjamin Langley 


59 2 


6 


John Palmer 


851 


12 


Nath 1 Trumball 


601 


9 


Parker Chase 


851 


12 


Daniel French 


601 


9 


Enoch Bagley 


651 


10 


Israel Rand 


601 


9 


Levi Shaw 


651 


10 


Daniel Kimbal 


601 


9 


William Putney 


651 


10 


Samuel Straw 


601 


9 


Isaac Moor 


776 


12 


Samuel Eastman 


601 


9 


Nicholas Brown 


59 2 


6 


Moses Sawyer 


601 


9 


"Winthrop Langley 


606 




John Hoit 


601 


9 


Parker Chase 


601 


9 


Stephen Putney 


601 


9 


Joseph Chase 


601 


9 


Nath 1 Morgin 


601 


9 


David Moulton 


606 




Simon Palmer 


601 


9 


James Morse 


59 6 


18 


Robert Sarjeant 


606 




Joseph True 


606 




Timothy Batchelder 


601 


9 


Andrew Kennison 


574 


1 


Levi Tilton 


53 2 


l 9 


Nicholas Hoit 


601 


9 


Benjamin Shaw 


542 


2 


Jacob Hunt 


601 


9 


Moses Cass 


542 


2 


Joseph Marston 


601 


9 


Asa Marston 


560 


7 


Joseph Seavy 


574 


1 


Jonathan Prescott 


560 


7 


Elisha Hains 


616 


12 


Samuel Huntoon 


5 10 


2 


John Blasol 


601 


9 


Joseph Randall 


5 QI 




Abel Blanchard 


601 


9 


Phineas Swain 


601 


9 


Job Libbee 


616 


12 


Dudley Swain 


601 


9 




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9 



164 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[6-271] \Captain Sinclair s Co. — Abstract^ 

Abstract of Cap 1 Richard Sinclair's Pay Roll for his Company to 
West Point, 1780 



N. B. Cap 1 Sinclair paid only Wint Durgin 
[The foregoing is to January, 1781. — Ed.] 



Names 


Ballances 


Names 


Ballances 


Rich d Sinclair 


358i 


4 





Joseph Leavitt 


630 


3 


4 


William Ray 


2309 






Sam 1 Burleigh 


624 





8 


Rich d Sinclair Jim. 


1760 


12 




Joshua Beede 


624 





8 


John Taylor 


890 






Moses Senter 


624 





8 


Winthrop Colbath 


890 


16 




Eliph 4 Smith 


624 





8 


Sam 1 M c Gaffey 


876 


8 




John Marstin 


630 


3 


4 


Hump y Hunt 


684 


10 




Joseph Migel 


630 


3 


4 


Jonath" Morrison 


689 


10 




Benj a Perkins 


614 


8 




Dan 1 Ward 


661 


8 




John Merlin 


614 


8 




Warren Wilson 


622 


12 




Josiah Moor 


614 


8 




John Huckin 


622 


12 




Elijah Allen 


611 


18 




Nich Gilman 


622 


12 




Isaac Clark 


614 


18 




And w Ben net 


622 


12 




James Bryant 


611 


8 




Nat. Gilman 


622 


12 




John Doe 


611 


8 




John Bond 


622 


12 




Anthony Peavy 


611 


8 




Thorn Brown 


622 


12 




Eph m Libbey 


608 


18 




Wint. Durgin 


625 


2 




John Avery 


611 


8 




Step" Huckins 


251 


3 


4 


Dan 1 Page 


624 





8 


Jon a Perkins 


630 


3 


4 


Lot Cook 


624 





8 


Jon a Cate 


630 


3 


4 


Brad y Richardson 


624 





8 


Jon a Taylor 


630 


3 


4 


John Bennet 


627 


3 


4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



165 



[6-272] {PortsmoutJi Men in Captain JezucWs Co.] 

Abstract for the Portsmouth Soldiers in Cap* Daniel Jewell's 
Company in Col Bartlet's Regiment of Militia to West Point in the 
year 1780. 



NAMES 


Amount of wages &c 


Received of Col Joshua Wentworth Nov r 16 th 




in new 


Emission 


1781 — 


Lieu' Jn° Gardner 


I06 


9 


6 


John Gardner 


Ensign Sam 1 Trusdell 


33 


1 


6 


Samuel Trusdel 


Elisha Plasted 


40 


7 


3 


Elisha Plaisted 


W m Ham 


40 


7 


3 


W m Ham 


W m Moses 


3° 


1 1 


6 


W ra Moses 


W m Furnald 


3° 


17 


6 


William furneld 

his 

Thomas -\- Grant 


Thom s Grant 


26 


1 9 


9 










mark 


Jacob Rendal 


28 


9 


6 


Jacob Randel 


Thom s Gray 


28 


9 


6 


Thomas X Gray 

mark 


Eph m Ham 


28 


9 


6 


Ephraim Ham 


Solomon Rundlet 


28 


9 


6 


Solomon Runoles 


Jn° Fling 


28 


9 


6 


his 

John X Fling 

mark 


W ra Seavy 


28 


9 


6 


William Seavey 


Jerem h Pike 


28 


9 


6 


Jeremiah Pike 


Charles Thompson 


28 


9 


6 


Rec. for my Son Chs. Thompson W m Thompson 


Geo Ham 


28 


1 


3 


[cut out] Ham jun r 


Sam 1 Woods 


27 


12 


6 


Richard Wood 


Thom s Bryant 


27 


12 


6 


Rec. by virtue of a Power Dan 1 hutchans 


Obediah Marshall 


27 


12 


6 


Rec. for Selectmen of Portsmouth Nat 1 Folsom 


Levi Mace 


27 


12 


6 


Rec. for Levi Mace Josh. Wentworth 


John Cate 


27 


12 


6 


Jo Cate 


Moses Ross 


27 


12 


6 


Rec. for Selectmen of Portsmouth Nath 1 Folsom 


Benj a Loud 


26 


J 9 


9 


his 

Benj a X Loud 

mark 
his 


Sam 1 Harvy 


26 


19 


9 


Sam 1 X Harvy 

mark • 


Josiah Akerman 


26 


19 


9 


Josiah Akerman 


Samuel Rymes 


26 


x 9 


9 


Samuel Rymes 


Thom s Ayers 


26 


*9 


9 


Thomas Ayers 


Rob* Holbrook 


26 


x 9 


9 


Rob 1 Holbrook 


John Ham 


26 


!9 


9 


John Ham 


Robert Mitchel 


26 


!9 


9 


Rec. for Selectmen of Portsmouth Nath 1 Folsom 



1 66 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



NAMES 


Amount of wages &C 
in new Emission 


Received of Col Joshua Wentworth Nov 1 
17S1 — 


16M 


Robert Yeaton 


26 


iq 


Q 


Robart yeaton 




Thomas Neal 


28 


5 


6 


per ord r Bowles 

his 




John Thomas 


27 


8 


3 


per ord r Sam 1 X Ham 

mark 
his 




Benj a Savage 


27 


8 


3 


Benj a X Savage 

mark 





A true Abstract — Attest Joseph Pearson D. Secy- 
Exeter Sep [cut out] 1784. These certify that Cap 1 Josiah Gilman 
delivered up the order I rec d on the Treasury for the within sum, — this 
abstract accounts for the same agreeable to the tenor of the order — 

Josh a Wentworth 



[Recruits for Major Wliitcomb 's Rangers^ 

[On the 22d day of June, 1780, the House of Representatives voted 
to raise 120 men to be sent to the " Western Frontiers of this State " 
to reenforce Major Benjamin Whitcomb. Ephraim Stone, of West- 
moreland, was appointed captain of one of the companies, and 
Samuel Runnals,* of Durham, of the other. These men were to 
serve six months, and were raised from the militia regiments of the 
state as follows : — 

Col. John Webster's 

William Gregg's 

Moses Nichols's 

Moses Kelley's 

Joseph Badger's 

Thomas Stickney's 

John McClary's 

Jonathan Robbins was commissioned as lieutenant of Captain 
Stone's Co., but declined to serve. Ebenezer Odell, of Amherst, 
was ensign. Jacob Elliot, of Chester, was lieutenant of Captain 
Runnals's Co., and Nathan Barlow, of Northumberland, or Stratford, 
was ensign. 

The next following are the rolls of the two companies. 

* This name is sometimes spelled Reynolds. 

— Ed.] 



6 


Col. David Webster's 


4 


6 

14 


" Timothy Ellis's 
" Enoch Hale's 


13 
12 


12 
10 
15 

7 


" Benj. Bellows 
" Israel Morey's 
" Jonathan Chase's 


9 
5 

7 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



167 



[6-274] 



{Captain Ephraim Stone s Co.] 



Pay Roll for Captain Ephraim Stone's Company raised by the 
State of New Hampshire for the defence of the Western Frontiers 
in 1780 and put under the Command of Major Benjamin Whitcomb. 





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2310 




34 


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7 


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35 


17 










35 


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Richard Holden 


959 




14 


6 


3 




11 


5 


1 4 


17 


8 




6 


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3 


Eben r Billings 


966 


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7 


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14 




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Levi Carter 


941 


18 


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14 


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6 


David Averill 


725 


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16 


8 




8 


7 


11 


5 


3 








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5 


3 


Noah Parkis (') 


706 


10 


10 


1 1 


10 




8 


3 














10 


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Benj a Beal 


692 


18 


10 


6 


10 




8 


2 


10 


15 










10 


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John Gansey 


68 3 


10 


10 


4 






8 


2 


10 


12 


2 








10 


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2 


Geo. Artridge ( 2 ) 


658 


7 


9 


16 


6 




7 


8 


10 


4 


2 




6 


5 


9 


17 


9 


W m Anderson 


6 35 


18 


9 


9 


10 




7 


7 


9 


17 


5 














John Boutwell 


662 


16 


9 


17 


10 




7 


8 


10 


5 


6 








10 


5 


6 


W m Barney 


624 


1 


9 


6 


3 




7 


5 


9 


11 


8 








9 


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8 


Caleb Balch 


589 


16 


8 


16 




























Simon Blood 


640 


8 


9 


11 


2 




7 


7 


9 


18 


9 








9 


18 


9 


Syrus Balch 


621 


1 


9 


5 


4 


























Enos Cotter 


637 


8 


9 


10 


3 




5 


9 


9 


16 










9 


16 





David Colby 


466 


n 


6 


x 9 


3 




5 


7 


7 


4 


10 








7 


4 


10 


Joseph Covel 


650 


17 


9 


14 


3 


























Andrew Davis 


662 


16 


9 


17 


10 




7 


1 1 


10 


5 


9 








10 


5 


9 


Mark Duty 


467 


15 


6 


x 9 


7 




5 


7 


7 


5 


2 








7 


5 


2 


David Dustin 


610 


12 


9 


2 


3 


























Gains Field 


647 


18 


9 


r 3 


5 




7 


9 


to 


1 


2 




7 


2 


9 


14 




John French 


627 




9 


7 


2 




7 


8 


9 


14 


10 








9 


14 


10 


John Gibson 


45 2 


16 


6 


!5 


2 




5 


7 


7 





9 








7 





9 


Amasa Grout 


646 


6 


9 


1 2 


1 1 




7 


9 


10 





8 








10 





8 


Thomas Hoit 


635 


18 


9 


9 


re 




7 


8 


9 


17 


6 














W m Hill 


646 


8 


9 


12 


[ 1 




7 


9 


10 





8 








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8 


Lemuel Holmes 


656 


16 


9 


16 






7 


10 


10 


3 


10 








to 


3 


10 


Abijah Hadley 


618 


1 


9 


4 


1 




7 


5 


9 


11 


6 








9 


1 1 


6 


Stephen Harris 


637 


9 


9 


10 


3 




5 


9 


9 


16 




3 


4 




6 


12 




Eph m Kingsbury 


646 


7 


9 


12 


( 1 




7 


10 


to 





9 








10 





9 


Henry Merrill 


638 


18 


9 


10 


8 


























John Moor 


637 


2 


9 


10 


3 




7 


7 


9 


17 


10 








9 


17 


10 



1 68 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



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John Mason 


635 


18 


9 


9 


10 




7 


7 


9 


17 


5 








9 


17 


5 


Caleb Page 


628 


11 


9 


7 


8 




7 


4 


9 


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9 


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Joseph Parker 


613 


12 


9 


3 


2 




7 


4 


9 


10 


6 








9 


10 


6 


Benj a Randal 


649 


1 


9 


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9 


























Enos Temple 


646 


7 


9 


12 


1 1 




4 


1 


9 


17 





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5 


17 





Thomas Townsend 


646 


8 


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12 


11 




7 


10 


10 





9 








10 





9 


Prince Taylor 


627 


1 


9 


7 


2 




7 


5 


9 


14 


7 








9 


14 


7 


Thomas Williams 


649 


7 


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13 


10 




7 


2 


10 


1 





2 


6 


O 


7 


15 





Samuel Wilson 


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9 


14 






7 


9 


10 


1 


9 








10 


1 


9 


Samuel Walker 


646 


7 


9 


12 


n 




7 


10 


10 





9 








1 





9 


Thomas Youngman 


628 


10 


9 


7 


7 




7 


5 


9 


15 











9 


15 






(!) Should be Parkhurst. (2) Should be Aldrich. 



[6-275] \Captain Samuel Runnels s Co.] 

Muster Roll of Cap 4 Samuel Runals Company of Foot from the 
State of New Hampshire now in the Service of the United States of 
America Stationed on the Western frontiers under the Command of 
Maj r Whitcomb. 



Samuel Runals Cap 1 . Commissioned June 29 [1780] 
Jacob Elliott Lieu 1 . do do 

Nathan Barlow Ensg n . do do 



Appointed 


Serjeants 


Term 


Appointed 


Corporals 


Term 


July 19 

3 
10 


William Wingate 
John Ross • 
Nathaniel Bartlett * 


6 months 
do 
do 


July 3 

10 

25 


Wiggins Evans 
John Underhill * 
Joseph Mann 


6 months 
do 
do 



* 100 miles ;£6o. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



169 



Inlisted 


Privates 


Term 


Inlisted 


Privates 


Term 


July 1 


Benj a Barnett 


6 months 


20 


William Hamblet f 


6 months 


1 


John Barnett 


do 


3 


John Hall 


do 


14 


Ammi Choat 


do 


IO 


Eleazer Titus 


do 


17 


Pa°;e Carr 


do 


3 


Caleb Watson 


do 


24 


John Gale 


do 


3 


Philip Seargeant 


do 


2 


David Batchelor 


do 


6 


Joseph Mathews 


do 


3 


John Miller 


do 


3 


Moses Norris 


do 


25 


William Gault 


do 


8 


Abraham Buel 


do 


23 


William ordway 


do 


2 


AndrewKoyI [M c Coil] 


do 


10 


Moses Preson * 


do 


18 


Daniel Head 


do 


10 


Samuel Mastin 


do 


6 


Gillman Clough 


do 


20 


Josiah Goodhue 


do 


14 


Simons fowler 


do 


6 


Samuel Smart 


do 


IQ 


John Buzzell 


do 


6 


Daniel Webster 


do 


18 


William Kimball J 


do 



Newbury Novr 20 th 1780 then muster' d Cap' Runals Company as 
Specified in the above Roll 

Jacob Bayley Musf Mast r 
Discharged Nov r 22 nd 1780 — 

I swear that the within muster Roll is a true state of the Company 
under my Command without fraud to the United States or any indi- 
vidual to the best of my knowledge — 

Sam 1 Runnels Cap' 

Sworn before me this Day of Nov r 1780 



[6-276] [Abstract of Captain Runnels s Pay-Roll.~\ 

Abstract of Cap 4 Samuel Runnals Pay Roll for his Company of 
State Troops at Coos, 6 months 1780 



Names — 


Balances 


Names 


Ballances 


Sam 1 Runnals 


4170. 0. 


Wi m Hamblett 


567.18. 


Jacob Elliott 


2780. 3. 


Tohn Hall 


602. 3. 


Nathan Barlow 


2248. 8. 


Eleazer Titus 


579- 4- 


Wi m Wingate 


851.16. 


Caleb Watson 


646. 8. 


John Ross 


954.12. 


Philip Serjeant 


594- 1. 


Nathaniel Bartlet 


954.12. 


Joseph Matthews 


646. 8. 


Wiggins Evens 


708. 0. 


Moses Norris 


624. 1. 


John underhill 


708. 0. 


Abraham Buel 


646. 8. 



100 miles ;£6o. t On command — X Discharged Aug 20 



170 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Names — 


Balances 


Names 


Ballances 


Joseph man 
Benj m Barnett 
John Barnett 
Ammi Choat 
Page Carr 
John Carte gale 
David Batchelder 
John miller 
Wi ra Gault 
Wi m ordway 


634. 6. 

559- 10 - 
559-iQ- 
605. 4. 

583.10. 

572- 9- 
614. 3. 
646. 8. 
540.16. 
588. 6. 
646. 8. 


Andrew M c Coil 
Daniel Head 
Oilman Clough 
Simons fowler 
John Buzzel 
Wi m kimble 
Samuel maston 
Josiah goodhue 
Samuel Smart 
Daniel Webster 


646. 8. 
600. 4. 
624. 1. 
624. 1. 

574-17- 
189. 5. 
624. 1. 
601.15. 

590- 5- 
59o. 5- 


moses preston 


,£30497.14. 



[6-277] [Major WhitcomUs Muster-Roll .] 

Muster Roll of Major Benjamin Whitcombs Independant Company 
of Rangers in the Service of the United States of America, from 
the last day of October 1779 to the I st day of Nov r 1780 inclusive. 



Commissioned 



Benj a Whitcomb Major 
Thomas Lyford 1 Lieut. 

Nathan Taylor 2 Lieut. Discharged Dec. 6 th 1779 
Samuel Clark 2 do in the room of Taylor — 
1780 Vollontear 



st May 



No 


Appointed 


Serjeants 


What term 


Remarks 


I 




Joshua Dan ford 


Dur'g war 




2 




Jonathan Sanders 


do 




3 




Eleazer Rosbrook 
Corporals 


do 




1 




Joseph Fifield 


do 




2 




John Hodgdon 
Drummer 


do 


Returned by order 


1 




James Lary 

Fifer 


do 




1 


Inlisted 


Moses Hunt 

Privates 


do 




1 




Josiah Blogget 


do 


Prisoner in Canada 


2 




Josiah Burbank 


do* 




3 




Michael Coffeen 


do 


Died March 1780. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



171 



No 


Inlisted 


Privates 


What term 


Remarks 


4 




Nathaniel Knowles 


Dur'g war 


Sick at Moultonboro 


5 




James Lary 


do 


appointed drummer 6 Oct. 
1780. 


6 




John Billings 


do 




7 


1779 


David Ladd 


do 




8 


Aug. 5 


Samuel Stevens 


1 year 


Discharged Aug 5, 1780 


9 




Henry Tibbets 


3 do 


do 1 Jan. 17S0 


10 




Abner Barlow 


Dur'g war 


Taken prisoner 15 Oct. 1780. 


11 




Haynes French 


3 years 


Discharged 1 Jan. do 


12 




Edward Mardeen 


Dur'g war 




J 3 




James Rosbrooks 


do 




14 




Joseph Sinclair 


do 




15 




John Martin 


do 




16 




Samuel Thompson 




Returned to Duty Jan 1, 
1780 


17 




John Row 


do 


Sick at Moultonborough 


18 




James Sinclear 


do 


Returned to Duty 18 May 
1780. 


19 




Dennis Hefferen 


do 


Returned to Duty 15 Feb. 




1780 




do 


1780 


20 


25 May 


Simon Berry 


do 




21 


11 Mar 


Jonathan Burbank 


do 




22 


5 J un e 


Enoch Bowen 


do 








John Boynton 


do 


In the room of Jos. Fi- 
field 



Haverhill 23 Nov r 1780. Then mustered Major Whitcombs 
Comp'y of Rangers as specified in above Roll — ■ 

Jacob Bayley Musf Master 

I do swear that the within Muster Roll is a True State of the Com- 
pany without any fraud to the United States or any individual ac- 
cording to the best of our knowledge 

Benj a Whitcomb Major 
Sworn before me this day of Nov. 1780. 

[No signature.] 



172 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[6-278] {Major Whitcomb's Muster-Roll.~\ 

Muster Roll of Major Benjamin Whitcombs Independent Company 
of Rangers in the Service of the United States of America from the 
I st day of November 1780 to the I st day of February 1781 Inclusive — 

r^ . ■ , ( Beniamin Whitcomb Major 

Commissioned < r r , J T r j s t t • t 
( 1 nomas Lyford I st Lieu' 



No 


Appointed 


Serjeants 


What term 


Remarks 


I 




Joshua Dan ford 


Dur'g war 


Reduced 10 th November 


2 




Jon a Sanders 


do 


Discharged i st Jan'y 


3 




Eliezer Rosebrooks 


do 




4 


10 Nov r 
1780 


John Hodgson 
Corporal 


do 




1 


I st Nov. 


James Sinclair 
Drum 


do 




1 




James Larey 

Fifer 
Moses Hunt 

Privates 


do 
do 




1 




Josiah Blodgett 


do 


Prisoner in Canada 


2 




Josiah Burbank 


do 




3 




Abner Barlow 


do 


do 15 th Oct r . 


4 




Simon Berry 


do 


Deserted 5 th Feb'y 


5 




Jon a Burbank 


do 


do 20 th Jan'y 


6 




Enoch Bowen 


do 




7 




John Boynton 


do 




8 




Abiel Chandler 


do 


In room of Ja s Rosebrooks 


9 




David Ladd 


do 




10 




Henry Tibbets 


do v 


Dennis Hefferin 


11 




Edward Mardeen 


do 




12 




David Dustin 


do 


Michael Cooffin 


13 




Joseph Sinclair 


do 




14 




John Martin 


do 




15 




Sam 1 Thompson 


do 


deserted 20 th Jan'y 


16 


Inlisted 
1781 


John Row 


do 


deserted 16 th Feb'y 


17 


i st Jan. 


Moses Perry 


do 


In Sanders Room and 
Diserted 20 th Feb'y 


18 


1780 


Nath 1 Knowles 


do 


Sick at Moultonborough 


19 


10 th Nov. 


Joshua Danford 


do 




20 


i st do 


Sam 1 Clarke 


do 


Volunteer dis'd 18 Jan'y 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



173 



No 


Inlisted 


Privates 


What term 


Remarks 




17S0 








21 


12 th Dec. 
1781 


Sam 1 Fifield 


Dur'g war 




22 


20 th Jan. 
17S0 


Jon a Thomas 


do 




23 


i st Nov. 


Benj n Johnson 


do 


John Billings 



174 



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[6-280] 



\P ay -Roll of Captain Paine s Co.] 



Pay Roll for Cap* Samuel Paine's Company raised by the State of 
New Hampshire for the defence of the Western Frontiers and 
placed under the command of Major Benj a Whitcomb at Co'os 1780, 
made up agreeable to a Vote of the General Court passed Septem r 
1, 1781 





NAMES. 


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4712. 8.0 


70. 6. 7 


2.16 5 


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2 


Gale Cole 


1038. 


15. 9.10 


12 


5 


16. 2 


3 


3 


David Bradly 


1039.16. 


15.10. 4 


12 


5 


16. 2 


9 


4 


Moses Warren 


770. 


11. 9.10 


9 


2 


11. 19 




5 


Benj a Smith 


75 6 - 4- 


11. 5. 8 


9 


1 


11. 14 


9 


6 


Aaron Warren 


770. 


11. 9.10 


9 


2 


11. 19 




7 


David Allen 


710.16. 


10.12. 2 


8 


5 


11. 


7 


8 


William Bryant 


701. 4. 


10. 9. 4 


8 


4 


10.17 


8 


9 


Elijah Brooks 


694. 


10. 7. 2 


8 


3 


10.15 


5 


10 


Daniel Bean 


709.12. 


10. 11. 9 


8 


5 


10. 


2 


11 


Sherman Cooper 


710. 4. 


10.12. 


8 


5 


10. 


5 


12 


Knight Cutler 


701. 4. 


10. 9. 4 


8 


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10.17 


8 


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Jacob Colburn 


695. 4. 


10. 7. 6 


8 


3 


10.15 


9 


14 


Lemuel Colton 


703.12. 


10.10. 


8 


4 


10.18 


4 


15 


James Currier 


702. 8. 


10. 9. 8 


8 


4 


10.18 




16 


John Durkee 


688.12. 


10. 5. 6 


8 


2 


10.13 


8 


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Solomon Dow 


689.16. 


10. 5. 11 


8 


2 


10.14 


1 


18 


William Groves 


701.16. 


10. 9. 6 


8 


4 


10.17 


10 


l 9 


David Holbrook 


7°3- 


10. 9.10 


8 


5 


10.18 


3 


20 


Stewart How 


701. 4. 


10. 9. 4 


8 


4 


10.17 


8 


21 


Urijah Howard 


685. 


10. 4. 5 


8 


2 


10.12 


7 


22 


Joseph Hall 


701. 4. 


10. 9. 4 


8 


4 


10.17 


8 


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Dan 1 R. Hays 


689.16. 


10. 5. 11 


8 


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24 


Alex r Reynold 


701.16. 


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8 


4 


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10 


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Nath 1 Ketcham 


689. 4. 


10. 5. 7 


8 


2 


10.13 


9 


26 


Jon a Lock 


704. 4. 


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8 


4 


10.18 


6 


27 


Noah Paine 


694. 


10. 7. 2 


8 


3 


10.15 


5 


28 


Matthew Rhodes 


710.16. 


10.12. 2 


8 


5 


11. 


5 


29 


Benj a Spaulding 


704.16. 


10.10. 4 


8 


4 


10.18 


8 


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Thomas Todd 


7°3- 


10. 9.10 


8 


5 


10.18 


3 


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James Winton 


691.12. 


10. 6. 5 


8 


2 


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7 


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Robert Reynolds 


710. 4. 


10. 9. 4 


8 


5 


10. 17 


9 



[6-28 1] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[Captain Paine s Muster-Roll.~\ 



179 



Muster Roll of Cap 1 Samuel Paines Compy of State Troops in the 
Service of the United States of America under the Command of 
Maj'r Benj a Whitcomb. 





Commissioned <{ Samuel Paine Captain 


June 15 th , 1780 


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Gale Cole 


Six months 


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2 


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David Bradley 


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Corporals 






4 


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Moses Warren 


Six months 


Discharged 17 Nov. 1780 


5 


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do 


do 


6 


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Inlisted 


Benj a Smith 

Fife — None 
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do 


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1 


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David Allen 


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2 


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Will m Briant 


do 


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3 


do 


Elijah Brooks 


do 


do 


4 


do 


Daniel Been 


do 


on Command 


5 


do 


Sherman Cooper 


do 


do 


6 


do 


Knights Cutler 


do 


Present 


7 


do 


Jacob Colburn 


do 


do 


8 


do 


Lemuel Colton 


• do 


do 


9 


do 


James Currier 


do 


do 


TO 


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do 


do 


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do 


Solomon Dow 


do 


do 


12 


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do 


do 


*3 


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on Command 


14 


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do 


1 6 


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Joseph Hall 


do 


do 


17 


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Daniel Robert Hays 


do 


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18 


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Alexander Renalds 


do 


do 


x 9 


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Robert Renalds 


do 


do 


2C 


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Nath n Ketcham 


do 


do 


21 


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Jonathan Locke 


do 


do 


22 


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Noah Paine 


do 


do 


2 3 


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Matthew Rodes 


do 


on Command 


24 


do 


Benj a Spalding 


do 


do 


2 5 


do 


Thomas Todd 


do 


do 


26 


do 


James Win ton 


do 


on Command 



Haverhill 15 th Nov 17S0 Then mustered Cap 1 Sam 1 Paines Comp? of State Troops as Specified id 
above Roll George Aldrich Cap' 

I do swear that the within Muster Roll is a true state of the Comp? without any fraud to the United States 
to the best of my knowledge Samuel Paine Cap 1 

Sworn before me this 15 th day of Nov 1 17S0 Benj* Whitcomb Major 



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L' Hutchins resigned 
L Kimbell killed 
L M c Calley died 
Cap' Morrill promoted 
Cap' Emerson resigned 
Cap L Sartwell promoted 
L' Munro promoted 
L' Dustin promoted 
Cap Wait promoted 
Cap Lieu' Munro promoted 
Lieut Clapp promoted 
Lieut Pritchard resigned 
Cap Clayes died 
Cap L Cherry promoted 
L' Robinson promoted 
L' Hoit cashierd 
Lieut Light cashierd 
Lieut Nichols cashierd 
Cap Ellis discharged 
Cap' Hawkins resigned 
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OFFICERS NAMES 


Benjamin Titcomb 
Amos Morrill 
Jason Wait 
Bezaleel Howe 
Jonathan Willard 
Joshua Thompson 
Simon Sartwell 
Moody Dustin 
Josiah Munro 
Thomas Blake 
Jonathan Perkins 
Josiah Munro 
Daniel Clapp 
Joseph Mills 
Hubbard Carter 


Sam" Cherry 
Noah Robinson 
Luke Woodbury 
Samuel Adams 
Joshua Merrow 
Daniel Gookin 


John Dennett 
Benjamin Ellis 
Adna Pennyman 



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[6-283] [New Arrangement of Officers.} 

An Arrangement agreed upon by the Officers of the New- 
Hampshire Line, and the Names of those who retire agreeable 
to a general Order of the I st November 1780 — 



i st Regiment 




I s ' Regiment 




Alexander Scammell 


Colonel 


Nathan Hoit 


Lieu' 


Henry Dearborn L' 


do 


Bezaleel Howe 


do 


William Scott 


Major 


Jonathan Willard 


do 


Ebenezer Frye 


Captain 


Joshua Thompson 


do 


Isaac Farwell 


do 


Thomas Blake 


do 


Daniel Livermore 


do 


Jonathan Perkins 


do 


Isaac Frye 


do 


Jonathan Cilley 


do 


Simon Sartwell 


do 


Joseph Mills 


do 


Moody Dudley [Dustin] 


do 


Archibald Stark 


do 


Nicholas Gilman 


do 


Hubbard Carter 


do 


Josiah Munroe 


do 


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James Carr 


do 


James Blanchard 


do 


William Rowell 


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Luke Woodbury 


do 


David M c Gregore 


do 


Samuel Adams 


do 


Moses Dustin 


do 


Joshua Merrow 


do 


Jeremiah Fogg 


do 


Daniel Gookin 


do 


Enoch Chase 


do 


Caleb Blodget 


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do 


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do 


John Dennett 


do 


Bradbury Richards 


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Col° 


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Cap' 


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[6-285] [Return of Captain Gilmaris Co.] 

List of the Non Commission Officers and Privates in Captain 
Nicholas Gilmans Company in the third New Hampshire Regiment 
Commanded by Col° Alexander Scammeil from January I st 1780 to 
Jan'y I st 1781 — 



Inlisted 


Mens Names 


Rank 


Term 


Casualties. 


May 27, 


1777 


Asa Wilkins 


Serj' 


3 years 


Discharged March 20, 1780 


18, 


do 


Richard Hughs 


do 


do 


do do do 
("Promoted Serj 1 April 11, 


March 2 1 , 


78 


Asa Peirce 


do 


do 


1 1780. 

Q Drowned June 27, 1780. 


Jan 1 y 22, 


77 


John Wadley 


do 


War 


Joined & promoted Serj. July 
1 1780 


April 8, 


do 


Christopher Martin 


Corp 1 


3 years 


Discharged April 8, 1780 


20, 


do 


John Godfrey 


do 


do 


do do 


8, 


do 


Will m Pettingale 


do 


do 


do do 


8, 


do 


Uriah Ballard 


Drum 


do 


do do 


March 10, 


79 


Benjamin Powel 


do 


Wai- 


Promoted Drummer July 31, 
1780 


10 


do 


Daniel Bridges 


Private 


do 




April 23, 


77 


Reuben Horsmore 


do 


do 




May 1 1 , 


79 


Jacob Mors 


do 


do 




June 1, 


do 


Reuben Rand 


do 


do 




April 1, 


77 


Stephen Richardson 


do 


do 




April 20, 


77 


John Youngman 


do 


do 




Dec. 27, 


79 


Elisha Roberts 


do 


do 




Feb. 18, 


80 


William Moulton 


do 


do 




April 28, 


77 


Thomas Blood 


do 


3 years 


Discharged April 30, 1780 


2 


do 


Jacob Blanchard 


do 


do 


do April 2, do 


June 4, 


do 


Peter Chandler 


do 


do 


do June 4, do 


16, 


do 


Humphrey Cram 


do 


do 


do June 16, do 


March 18 


do 


Ebenezer Drurey 


do 


do 


do March 18, do 


April 30 


do 


Jonathan Foster 


do 


do 


do April 30, do 


March 25, 


do 


Joseph Gray 


do 


do 


do March 25, do 


April 8, 


do 


Amos Holt 


do 


do 


do April 8, do 


June 16, 


do 


David Haselton 


do 


do 


do June 16, do 


April 8, 


do 


Nehemiah Holt 


do 


do 


do April 8, do 


3°, 


do 


Nathaniel Smith 


do 


do 


do April 30, do 


20, 


do 


Thomas Youngman 


. do 


do 


do April 20, do 



Nath 1 Leavitt Lieu 1 Com 1 . 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



I8 7 



[6-286] \_Rctuni of Captain Livermore s Co.] 

List of the Non Commissioned Officers and Privates Inlisted for 
the war & three years in Cap' Dan 1 Livermores Company third New 
Hamp r Reg 1 From Jan r I st 1780 to Jan r first 1781 



Inlisted 


Names 


Rank 


For what 
Term 


Casualties 


March 4, 1777 


Rob 1 Livingston 


Serj 4 


War 




Feb. 3 do 


George Cooper 


do 


do 


Transferred to the Infentry 
July 16, 1780. 


Apr. 1, 1778 


Stephen Webster 


do 


3 year 


Promoted Serj. May 1, 1780 


Apr. 1, 1777 


Amos Flood 


Corp 1 


do 


Discharged Apr. 1, 1780 


1779 


David Nevins 


do 


War 


Promoted Corp 1 Ap 1 1, 1780 


July 12 do 


Andrew White 


do 


do 


do do Jan. 1, 1780 


Apr 1 1777 


Nath 1 Brown 


Fife 


do 




Apr 6 do 


John Boyes 


Private 


3 year 


Discharged Ap 1 6, 1780 




Charles Hasket 


do 


War 


Deserted June 23 do 


Apr. 9, 1777 


Will'" Eastman 


do 


3 vear 


Discharged Ap 1 9, do 


Apr. 12 do 


Jacob Eastman 


do 


do 


do Ap 1 16, do 


Apr. 18, do 


Jerem h Fairfield 


do 


do 


do March 8, do 


do do 


John Craig 


do 


do 


do Ap 1 18, do 


Apr. 12 do 


Will'" Heath 


do 


do 


do Ap 1 12, do 


Apr. 6 do 


John Hillery 


do 


do 


do Ap 1 6, do 


Ap l 1 2 do 


Thomas Pitts 


do 


War 




March 3 do 


Benj n Serjeant 


do 


3 years 


Discharged March 31, 1780 


May 2 do 


Hezekiah Swain 


do 


do 


do c May 15, do 


May 1 do 


Andrew Stone 


do 


do 


do do do 


March 15 do 


John Straw 


do 


do 


do March 15 do 


Apr. 10 do 


Edward Taylor 


do 


do 


do Ap 1 10 do 


do do 


Oliver Taylor 


do 


do 


do do do 


May 10 do 


Aquilla Davis 


do 


do 


do May 10 do 


Apr. 1 do 


Peter Tozer 


do 


do 


do Ap 1 1 do 


March 22 do 


Beriah Abbott 


do 


do 


do March 22 do 


Feb. 27 do 


Tho s Holmes 


do 


War 


Deserted June 28, do 


March 4 do 


Eben r Farnum 


do 


3 year 


Discharged March 4 do 


May 2 do 


Will" 1 Rowe 


do 


do 


Discharged 


Apr. 9, 1778 


Edward Arms 


do 


do 




Apr. 14 do 


Jacob Burkheart 


do 


do 




July 2, 1779 


Sam 1 Caldwell 


do 


War 




June 20. do 


David Kinneston 


do 


do 




do do 


John Trickey 


do 


do 




Jan r 1, 1780 


Sam 1 Trickey 


do 


do 




June 20, 1779 


David Hammond 


do 


do 




Apr. 20, do 


Will'" Morling 


Drum 


do 




Apl. 1 1780 


Sam 1 Colbey 


Private 


1 year 


in stead of Dan 1 Chandler 
Deserted 



D. Livermore Cap 1 



1 88 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[6-287] [Return of Major Waifs Co.] 

List of the Noncommissioned officers & Privates in Major Jason 
Waits Company third New Hampshire Regiment Commanded by 
Col° Alex r Scammell From the first of Jan y 1780 to the first of Jan* 
1 78 1 — With the Dates of Inlistments, Promotions, Discharges, 
Deaths & Desertions — 



Inlisted 


Names 


Rank 


Term 


Casualties 












fDisch'd Jan. 30, 1780 Re- 












inlisted for the war & 


Jan. 30, 


1777 


Edward Mason 


Serjeant 


3 years 


{ Promoted to Serj. Major 


% 










and Transferred to the 
[ Col Company 












Feb. 6 


do 


Moses Kilsey 


do 


do 


Discharged Feby 6 th 1780 


Ap 1 7 


78 


Elisha Neas 


do 


War 




Jan. 30 


77 


William Rundlet 


Corp 1 


3 years 


Discharged Jany 30 1780 


Feb. 15 


do 


John Bean 


do 


do 


do Feby 15 1780 


11 


do 


Nehemiah Leavitt 


do 


do 


do Feby 11 1780 


May 10 


79 


Thomas Libbee 


do 


War 




Feb. 6 


77 


Isaac Moor 


Drum 


3 years 


Discharged Jany 30 1780 
( Transferred to Cap't M c - 


25 


do 


Sam 1 Judkins 


Fifer 


War 


I Gregores Company July 
20 1780 & reduced to the 
[ ranks July 30 1780 


Jan. 22 


do 


Jonathan Flood 


Private 


do 




May 10 


79 


Daniel Libbee 


do 


do 




June 2 


do 


Jonathan Tucker 


do 


do 


( Transferred to Cap't Gil- 


Jan. 22 


77 


John Wadley 


do 


do 


J mans Company July 1, 
1 1780 & promoted to a 
^ Serj't 


Feb. 21 


do 


James Bachelder 


do 


3 years 


Discharged Jany 30 1780 


10 


do 


John Cunningham 


do 


do 


do do 27 1780 


Ap 1 21 


do 


John Clough 


do 


do 


do Ap 1 21 1780 
C Transferred from the Majors 


Jan. 1 


80 


Asa Crosson 


do 


War 


1 Company to the Col 08 
( July 5* 1780 3,T.u 


20 


77 


Jonah Chase 


do 


3 years 


Discharged Jany 20 th 1 780 


23 


do 


William Furnald 


do 


do 


do do 23 d 1780 


30 


do 


Zach r Clough 


do 


War 




Ap 1 1 


do 


Luke Libbee 


do 


3 years 


Discharged Ap 1 1 1780 


Jan. 30 


do 


Joseph Griffin 


do 


do 


do Jany 30 1780 


do 


do 


John Leavitt 


do 


do 


do do 30 1780 


Feb. 14 


do 


Jonathan Mason 


do 


do 


do do do 


10 


do 


Abraham Page 


do 


do 


do do do 


Jan. 17 


do 


Jonathan Brackett 


do 


do 


do do do 



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189 



Inlisted 


Names 


Rank 


Term 


Casualties 


Feb. 22 


77 


Chase Page 


Private 


3 years ] 


Discharged Jany 30 1780 


Ap 1 25 


do 


Jeremiah Rollings 


do 


do 


do May 1 do 


May 21 


1778 


John Smith 


do 


do 




Feby 6 


77 


Tho s Speed 


do 


do I 


Discharged Jany 30 1780 


1 


80 


Benj n Morss 


Serjeant 


War 


'Promoted to Drum Major 
& transferred to the 


Jany 1 


80 


Bradbury Green 


Drum 


do ' 


Colonels Company Oct. 
20 80 


March r 


80 


Andrew McGaffey 


Private 


do ! 


> Promoted to Drummer Aug 

> 1, 1780 


Ap 1 1 


78 


Anthony Gerrot 


do 


3 years 

< 


'Joined from Capt M c Greg- 






Sam 1 Silver 


do 


War < 


ores Company July 31 
' 1780 


Nov r 13 


76 


Simon Knoles 


do 


do 


Transferred to the Corps of 
Invalids 


Jany 3 


77 


Richard Shearman 


do 


do 












'Joined from Capt M c Greg- 


March 18 


78 


Reuben Astin 


do 


3 years < 


ores Company July 31, 80 
& Discharged Dec 17 — 
, 1780 












Jany 1 


79 


John Ham 


do 


War 

( 


'Joined from Capt M c Greg- 


July 12 


79 


John Harbor 


do 


do I 


ores Company August 30 th 
. 1780 



J. Wait Maj 1 



[6-288] {Return of Captain McGregore s Co.] 

List of the Non Commissioned Officers and Privates in Captain 
David M c Gregores Company in the third New Hampshire Regiment 
Commanded by Col Alex d Scammell from January I st 1780 to Jan- 
uary I st 1 78 1 



MENS NAMES 


Rank 


Term 


Casualties 


Thomas Beal 


Serj 1 


3 years 


Discharged Feb'y 10 th 1780 


William Preston 


do 


do 


do do 


Abner Hogg 


do 


do 


do March 18 th 1780 


George Cooper 


do 


War 




Samuel Britton 


do 


do 




James Hall 


do 


do 


Promoted from Corp 1 to Serj' April 1, 
1780 



190 



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MENS NAMES 


Rank 


Term 


Casualties 


Benjamin Carr 


Corp 1 


3 years 


Discharged April 6 th 1780 


Joseph Wheat 


do 


War 


Promoted Corp 1 April i st 1780 


Joseph Hubbart 


do 


do 


do do Aug* i st 1780 


John Phillips 


do 


do 


do do do 


James Flood 


Drum 


do 




Stephen Andrews 


Private 


do 




Daniel Cross 


do 


do 




William Inglish 


do 


do 




Silas Fox 


do 


do 




Nathan Greenleaf 


do 


do 




William Heath 


do 


do 




Samuel Judkins 


do 


do 




Thomas Shaw 


do 


do 




Edward Webber 


do 


do 




John Peeters 


do 


do 




Archa d Clark 


do 


do 




Robert Bragg 


do 


3 years 


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April 18 1780 


Robert Thurstin 


do 


do 


[1780 


John Harbor 


do 


War 


Transferred to Majors Comp. Aug. 30 


Francis Coombs 


do 


do 


do do July 1 1780 


Samuel Silver 


do 


do 


do do July 31 1780 


Ruben Astin 


do 


do 


do do do 


Selah How 


do 


do 


do Capt Dennetts Comp. July 30 17S0 


Benjamin Philips 


do 


do 


do do do 


John Ellis 


do 


do 


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William Tempell 


do 


do 


do do 


Robert Woodward 


do 


do 


do March i st 1780 


Peter Abbot 


do 


3 years 


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James Cregg 


do 


do 


Discharged March 18 th 1780 


Stephen Keyes 


do 


do 


do May 30 th 1780 


John Martin 


do 


do 


do April 20 th 1780 


James Nesmith 


do 


do 


do do 


Jeremiah Smith 


do 


do 


do do 


Daniel Torrey 


do 


do 


do April 18 th 1780 


Elijah Wadley 


do 


do 


do April 28 th 1780 



Nath 1 Leavitt Lieut. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



I 9 I 



[6-289] 



[Return of Captain Ellis's Co.] 



A List of the Noncommissioned Officers and Privets In Cap 1 Benj" 
Ellis's Company In the 3 d New Hampshire Regiment From Jan'y 
I st 1780 Till Jan'y I st 178 1 



Inlisted 


MENS NAMES 


Ranks 


Term 


Casualties — 


Feb? 22 


1778 


Ammasa Parker 


Serjeant 


War 




March 9 


do 


Caleb Aldridge 


do 


do 


Promoted August 17 th 1780 


May 9 


1777 


Kimber Harvey 


do 


3 years 


Discharged May 10 th 1780 


Feb'y 28 


1778 


Peltiah Razey 


Corporal 


do 


Promoted Febr'y I st 1780 


May 1 


1780 


Silas Ray 


do 


War 


do May I st do 


March 9 


do 


John Abbott 


Drum 


do 


do March 9 th do 


do 


do 


Nath 1 Hoit 


Fife 


do 


do do do 


April 20 


1777 


Naboth Bettison 


Privet 


do 




do 9 


1778 


Peter Bebee 


do 


do 


Deserted May 20 th 1780 


June 8 


1780 


James Eddy 


do 


do 




April 4 


1779 


Nehemiah Phillips 


do 


do 




March 4 


1777 


James Barnes 


do 


do 




June 3 


1780 


Jonathan Edds 


do 


6 mo 


Discharged Dec r 12 th 1780 


March 19 


do 


Jacob Gile 


do 


War 




Jan'y 1 


do 


Solomon Haseltine 


do 


do 




June 4 


1777 


Calvin Chamberlin 


do 


3 years 


Discharged June 8 th 1780 


May 9 


do 


Henry Carter 




do 


do May 10 th do 


do 25 


do 


William Farley 




do 


do 30 th do 


March 1 


do 


Joseph Fay 




do 


do June 17 th do 
C Left sick with his wounds 


May 9 


do 


Abraham Lawrence 




do 


< at Sunsbery Oct. 1779 
(_ not heard of since 


October 1 2 


do 


Nath 1 Marrill 




do 


Discharged May 20 th 1780 


Feb'y 20 


do 


Eliphalet Shipman 




do 


do Jan? 27 th do 


May 1 


do 


Benj n Thatcher 




do 


do May 10 th do 


Feb'y 10 


1780 


Jonathan Woodcock 




do 


Deserted April I st do 


May 1 


1777 


John Balch 




do 


Discharged May I st do 


do 9 


do 


Timothy Crossfield 




do 


do Feb'y 8 th do 



N. Hampshire Village Jan* 10 th 1781 

[New Hampshire Village was a camp on Hudson river 



Benj a Ellis Capt — 
Ed.] 



192 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[6-29O] 



[Return of Col. Dearborn s Co.] 



List of the Names of Lieut Col H. Dearborns Company in the 3 
New Hampshire Regiment For the year 1780 



Inlistment 


MENS NAMES 


Rank 


Term 


Casualties 


Feb'y 


5 


1777 


William Gale 


Sg l 


3 years 


Discharged July 5 th 


1780. 


Ap 1 
Ap 1 
Feb'y 


5 


do 


Patrick Fling 


do 


do 


do April 5 th 


do 


20 


do 


David Hill 


do 


do 


do do 20 


do 


J 3 


do 


John Peverley 


Corp 1 


do 


do July 13 


do 


Jan'y 


*3 


do 


Philip Cooper 


Privet 


do 


do Jany 13 


do 


Feb'y 


J 3 


do 


Benj n Cross 


do 


do 


do Feb? 13 


do 


Jan'y 


24 


do 


James Edgerly 


do 


do 


do Jan? 24 


do 


Feb'y 


12 


do 


Joseph Hull 


do 


do 


do Feby 12 


do 


Jan'y 


2 


do 


Benj Q Hoit 


do 


do 


do Jany 2 


do 


do 


27 


do 


Richard Lock 


do 


do 


do do 27 


do 


do 


2 5 


do 


Henery Langmaid 


do 


do 


do do 25 


do 


do 


22 


do 


John Mardin 


do 


do 


do do 22 


do 


Ap 1 


11 


do 


John Odiorn 


do 


do 


do Ap 1 1 1 


do 


Jan'y 
March 


20 


do 


Daniel Rowlings 


do 


do 


do Jany 20 


do 


12 


do 


John Wait 


do 


do 


do March 12 


do 


March 




1780 


Daniel Cook 


Sgt 


War 






do 




do 


Tho s Harvey 


do 


do 






do 




do 


Bartin Pollard 


do 


do 






do 


l 7 


do 


Nath 1 Waldin 


Corp 1 


do 


Returned from Desertion 














March 17 1780 




Jan'y 




do 


Samuel Odiorn 


Fifer 


do 






July 




do 


Benj n Drew 


Drum 


do 






Jan'y 




do 


Samuel Davis 


Privet 


do 


Died April 6 1780 




March 




do 


Thos. B. Ashton 


do 


do 


Discharged Dec r 12 1 


780 


Jan'y 




do 


Gideon Kirtland 


do 


do 






do 




do 


Samuel Hogdon 


do 


do 






do 




do 


W m Russell 


do 


do 






do 




do 


Stephen Switcher 


do 


do 












Jon a Shute 


do 


do 


Returned From Desertion 














Ap 1 1 1780 




Jan'y 




1780 


John Waters 


do 


do 






do 




do 


James Worster 


do 


do 






do 




do 


Frances Coombs 


do 


do 






Ap 1 


17 


do 


Rob 1 Ellis 


do 


do 






Aug 1 




do 


Sam 1 Downing 


do 


do 






Jany 




1781 


George Fishley 


do 


3 years 







REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



193 



[6-291] [Six Months Men in Dearborn's Co.] 

The Names of the 6 months Men that Serv d in Lieu 1 Col Dear- 
borns Company in the year 1780 — 



Inlistment 


MENS NAMES 


Rank 


Term 


Casualties — 


Ap 1 4 1780 


Daniel Day 


Private 


6 m° 


Discharged Decemb 1 


29 


1780 


do 


John Morse 


do 


do 


do do 


J 3 


do 


do 


Oliver Osgood 


do 


do 


do do 


13 


do 


do 


Peeter Wilder 


do 


do 


do do 


16 


do 


do 


Jonathan Morse 


do 


do 


do do 


13 


do 


do 


Mich 1 Morse 


do 


do 


do do 


15 


do 


do 


Jobe Foss 


do 


do 


do do 


J 3 


do 


do 


Benj n Foss 


do 


do 


do do 


29 


do 


do 


John Lovrin 


do 


do 


do do 


3 1 


do 


do 


Samuel Lear 


do 


do 


do do 


3 1 


do 


do 


W m Burly 


do 


do 


do do 


29 


do 


do 


John Wells 


do 


do 


do do 


r 3 


'do 


do 


Tho 9 Nud 


do 


do 


do do 


3° 


'do 


do 


Benj n French 


do 


do 


do do 


6 


do 


do 


Hezekiah Runnills 


do 


do 


do do 


3 1 


do 


do 


Stephen Herd 


do 


do 


do do 


3i 


do 


do 


Eza Buller 


do 


do 


do do 


4 


do 


do 


Joseph ayres 


do 


do 


do do 


29 


do 


do 


Alpheus Crosby 


do 


do 


do do 


6 


do 


do 


Jotham Sterns 


do 


do 


do do 


6 


do 


do 


W m Verill 


do 


do 


do do 


x 3 


do 


do 


Nehemiah Shaw 


do 


do 


do do 


4 


do 


do 


Asa Shirtlief 


do 


do 


do do 


4 


do 


do 


John Sherborn 


do 


do 


do do 


6 


do 


do 


Joseph Derborn 


do 


do 


do do 


13 


do 


do 


Daniel More 


do 


do 


do Oct r 


12 


do 



I do Declare this Roll is as Trew an Information as I Can Give of 
the above mentioned Company For the year 1780 — 

J. Cass Lieut. 

13 



194 

[6-292] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

{Return of Captain Frycs Co.] 



A Return of the Non Commissioned officers & Privates in Cap 
Isaac Frys Company 3 New Hampshire Reg' From the Furst Jany 
1780 to the Furst Day of Jany 1781 — 



Inlistment 


MENS NAMES 


Rank 


Term 


Casualties 


Jany 1 


1777 


Matthew N. Sanborn 


Sg* 


War 






3° 


do 


John Blasdell 


Corp 1 


do 






March 14 


1778 


Jon a Eaton 


do 


do 






March 


1777 


Samuel Judkins 


Drum 


do 






20 


1779 


Jacob Thomas 


Fifer 


do 






July 3 


1777 


Stephen Atkinson 


Private 


do 






20 


do 


Philip Jonson 


do 


do 






March 3 


do 


Ichabod Perry 


do 


do 






Jan? 3 


1780 


Joseph Avery 


do 


do 






Apr 1 1 


1777 


Stephen Harmon 


do 


do 






1 


1780 


Joseph Rollins 


do 


do 






July 1 


1779 


Mark Nutter 


do 


do 






J ' 26 


do 


Isaac Carkin 


do 


do 






20 


do 


John Purpill 


do 


do 






Jany 31 


1777 


Benj n Smith 


do 


do 






July 31 


1780 


Daniel Cary 


do 


do 






June 4 


1778 


Jacob Scegill 


do 


do 






July 10 


1777 


John Taylor 


do 


do 






Apr 1 4 


1779 


Daniel Downing 


do 


do 






March 6 


1780 


Samuel york 


do 


do 






6 


1778 


John Combs 


do 


do 






Jany 1 


do 


Joseph Green 


do 


do 


Reinlisted for war Dec 


r 31, 1780 


March 1 


do 


William Cotter 


do 


do 


Deserted May 1 1780 






Josiah Moulton 


Fifer 


do 


do March 1 


780 




1777 


Samuel Carlton 


Privit 


do 


perhaps Eben r 




Jany 30 


do 


Samuel Barker 


Sgt 


3 vears 


Discharged January 30 1780 


July 6 


do 


Huzza Hoeg 


Privet 


do 


do July 


6 do 


March 5 


do 


Charles Hogdon 


do 


do 


do March 


5 do 


Jany 23 


do 


Simeon Lovrin 


do 


do 


do July 


23 do 


July 8 
Jany 29 


do 


James Moulton 


do 


do 


Deserted January 


23 do 


do 


Jon a Millor 


do 


do 


Discharged Jany 


23 1780 


20 


do 


Benj n Page 


do 


do 


do do 


25 do 


July 23 


do 


John Rollins 


do 


do 


do July 


23 do 


Jany 25 
July 25 


do 


Eliphalet Rollins 


do 


do 


do Jany 


25 do 


do 


Robert Simpson 


do 


do 


do July 


25 do 


Ap 1 8 


do 


Levy Stickny 


do 


do 


do Ap 1 


8 do 


March 5 


do 


W m Wallis 


do 


do 


do March 


1 do 


Ap 1 1 


do 


James Wilkinson 


do 


do 


do Ap 1 


1 do 


July 1 
do 


1780 


Peeter Brown 


6 months 


Private 


. do Dec r 


14 do 


do 


Jacob Lowell 


do 


do 


do do 


14 do 


do 


do 


Ebenezer Cummins 


do 


do 


do do 


6 do 


do 


do 


Epheriam Kyes 


do 


do 


do do 


14 do 


do 


do 


Thimothy Abot 


do 


do 


do do 


6 do 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



195 



Inlistment 


MENS NAMES 


Rank 


Term 


Casualties 


July 1 


1780 


David Blanchard 


6 months 


Private 


Discharged Dec r 9 


1780 


do 


do 


Jon a Griffin 


do 


do 


do do 4 


do 


do 


do 


Josiah Gordin 


do 


do 


do do 16 


do 


do 


do 


Robard Cornwell 


do 


do 


do do 4 


do 


do 


do 


Robert Coningham 


do 


do 


do do 6 


do 


do 


do 


Josiah Duston 


do 


do 


do do 6 


do 


do 


do 


Elijar Butler 


do 


do 


do do 4 


do 


do 


do 


Jacob Waterbury 


do 


do 


do do 6 


do 


do 


do 


Theodoer Barker 


do 


do 


do do 4 


do 



This is a true account of every Casualty that ever hapned in the 
Company in the year 1780 as is accounted for by the Muster Roll 

J. Cass Lieut — 



[6-294] 



[Return of Captain Dennett's Co.] 



A List of the Noncommissioned officers & Privates in Captain 
John Dennetts Company 3 d New Hampshire Regiment with the 
dates of there inlistments Promotions Discharges Desertions &c 
From Jany I st 1780 to Jany I st 1781 — 



Inlistments 


MENS NAMES 


Rank 

Sgt 


Term 


Casualties 


July 27 


1777 


Benj n Knight 


3 years 


Discharged July 


27 1780 


Jany 27 


do 


Joseph Copper 


do 


do 


do 


Jany 


27 do 


May 8 


do 


Samuel Sergant 


Corp 1 


do 


do 


May 


8 do 


27 


do 


Ward Clark 


Private 


do 


do 




27 do 


Mar. 13 


1778 


George Cristopher 


do 


do 


do 


March 


13 1781 


June 10 


1777 


Austen George 


do 


do 


do 


June 


10 1780 


Mar. 1 1 


do 


Enoch Hunt 


do 


do 


do 


March 


11 do 


IS 


do 


Moses Smart 


do 


do 


do 




15 do 


10 


do 


Richard Smart 


do 


do 


do 




10 do 


15 


do 


Isaac Smith 


do 


do 


do 




15 do 


June 10 


do 


Edward Wood 


do 


do 


do 


June 


10 do 


Mar. 10 


do 


Benj n Preton 


do 


do 


do 


March 


10 do 


Feby 27 


do 


Gideon Wood 


do 


do 


do 


Feby 


27 do 


27 


do 


Benj n Atwood 


do 


do 


do 




27 do 


*3 


do 


Joseph Chase 


do 


do 


do 




13 do 


7 


do 


David Juett 


do 


do 


do 




7 do 


27 


do 


Moses Knight 


do 


do 


do 




27 do 


27 


do 


Tho s Wood 


do 


do 


do 




27 do 


27 


do 


Henery Springer 


do 


do 


do 




27 do 


Mar. 28 


do 


George Everitt 


Drum 


do 


do 


March 


28 do 




do 


Joseph Smith 


Sg* 


War 


Promoted from Corp 1 July 27 do 




do 


George Shepard 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



196 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Inlistments 


MENS NAMES 


Rank 


Term 


Casualties 




1777 


Samuel Heath 


Corp 1 


War 


Promoted August I st 


1780 




1779 


Nicholas Hall 


Drum 


do 


do do 






do 


James Sanborn 


Fife 


do 


do Ap 1 1 


1780 




do 


Richard Cook 


Private 


do 






Mar. 1 


1780 


James Cavernay 


do 


do 








1777 


John Seshons 


do 


do 








do 


Daniel Messe 


do 


do 








1779 


Selah How 


do 


do 







John Dennett Cap 1 . 



[6-295] Col" Evans Muster Roll men in Lien* Piper s 

Comfy at Portsmouth 1 780 — 

A Muster Rolle of the Men inlisted in the first Regiment In 
The County of Strafford for the Defence of the harbour at Portsm 
for six months if No Sooner Discharged — 



Michel Felker July 6 

James Ricker 20 

Samuel Williams do 

Edward Wins. Emerson Aug 4 

William Larey do 9 

Elijah Dow do 14 



George Walton Aug 14 

George Robarts do 14 

William Applebey do 17 

Nathaniel Chesley do 18 

Michel Sudrick do 30 



I have herd that felker Did Not Serve as a soldier — Dover September 
10 1780 — The Men herein Named was inlisted & Mustered agreeable to 
orders — 



By Stp n Evans Mus tr Mas" 



[6-296] 



[Col. Dearborn s Certificate .] 

Exeter March 27 th 1781 
Charles Cook late a Soldier in the 3 d New Hampshire Reg' inlisted about 
the middle of July 1779 — served until the 3 of July 1780 then deserted, 
joined again august 16 th 1780 & transferred to the New Jersey line Octob r 
10 th 1780 H. Dearborn L' Col 



[6-297] 



[Lieutenant Cass s Statement^ 



Serg' Barton Pollard Sarved in the Regiment with me in 1775 & 1776 — 
Decembr 28 th 1776 was Taken Prisoner in New Jarsey — Made his Escape 
from the Enemy soon after — July 18 th 1777 Inlisted in the New Jarsey Line 
— Served Till the 2 d of April 1779 & Deserted — Some Time in March 1780 
Inlisted in the N. Hampshire Line after being apprehended & now sarves as 
a Seg' in this Company J. Cass Lieu'. 



[DEPRECIATION ROLLS TO JANUARY i, 1781. 

The regular pay-rolls of the three New Hampshire continental 
regiments are not in the possession of the state. The following rolls, 
which were compiled for the purpose of paying the men a sum of 
money equivalent to the depreciation of the currency in which their 
wages had from time to time been paid, probably contain the names 
of all the men who served in those regiments during the year 1780, 
and are published in consequence of the absence of the regular pay- 
rolls. — Ed.] 



[6-301] {Officers in First Regiment.^ 

j st R e gt Commanded by Col Jos. Cilley 1780 



NAMES 



Joseph Cilley 
William Scott 
Jere. Giiman 
John Hale 
Jon a Pool 
Nath Gardner 
Amos Morrill 
Jason Wait 
Amos Emerson 
Eben r Frye 
Isaac Far well 
Nath 1 Hutchins 
Sim n Sartwell 
Moody Dustin 



Rank 



Colonel 

Mj r & B d Maj 

DCol 

Surgeon 

do 9 Mate 

Surg h 

Cap & Maj r 

Cap & Maj r 

Cap' 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Cap* 



Am* 
Wages 



900. 
725. 
168. 
22. 
205.30 
368. 
572. 

538-30 
112. 

480. 
480. 
480. 
O. 
480. 



NAMES 



Jere Pritchard 
Josiah Munro 
Daniel Clapp 
Asa Senter 
Bez 1 Howe 
Simon Merrill 
Jon a Willard 
Jos a Thompson 
Thomas Blake 
Jon a Perkins 
Jos Mills 
Hubbard Carter 
Sam 1 Thompson 
Rob 1 Barnet 
28 



L« 



Rank 



V & Adj* 
O r M r & Cap 478 
Lieu' 
do 
do 
do 
U&Q 
L~ 
do & pJ 
En 8 & L* 
En 8 Adj* & V 
En n & L* 
Ens n 
Lieu* 



M 1 



M* 



Am 4 
Wages 



216.40 



320. 
320. 
320. 

124-35 
396.20 
320. 
680. 
296.60 
306.75 
279.10 
60. 



320. 



198 

[6-302] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

I st Compy 



[6-303] 



NAMES 


Rank 


Am* 
Wages 


NAMES 


Rank 


Am 1 
Wages 


John Rawlins 


Private 


74.80 


Abel Merrill 


Private 


17.70 


Zep h Downs 


do 


67.30 


Nathan Mann 


do 


17.70 


John Humble 


do 


67.30 


Joel Royce 


do 


26.60 


Step n Scranton 


do 


72.20 


John Smith 


do & Serg' 


99.40 


John Cockran 


Corp & do 


86.21 


Asa Stearns 


Priv* 


26.60 


John Graffett 


Filer 


82.35 


Sam 1 March 


do 


66.60 


Stephen Abbott 


Drum r 


88. 


Eph m Stevens 


do 


17.70 


Isaac Adams 


Private 


6.60 


Dan 1 Stearns 


do 


26.60 


Dan 1 Sergeant 


do 


58.20! 


Jon a Wheelock 


do 


5.50 


David Adams 


do & Corp 


83.70 


Will™ White 


do 


3.10 


Samuel Bates 


Private 


26.60 


Joseph Wilson 


do 


80. 


Nath 1 Bartlett 


do 


26.60; 


Sam 1 Wier 


do 


30.60 


Moses Chase 


do 


26. 6o' 


Sam Morrison 


do 


80. 


John Clark 


do 


26.60 


Mich 1 Silk 


do 


80. 


John Coombs 


Corp 1 


26.80 


Joseph Hills 


do 


27.50 


Phil n Ducit 


Private 


80. 


Loring Thompson 


do 


26.60 


John Dole 


do 


3i.io : 


Samuel Eyeres 


do 


8.60 


Thomas Davis 


do 


24-40, 


Sam 1 Boyd 


do 


80. 


Eben r Hills 


do 


24.40 


Jacob Taylor 


do 


80. 


James Seals 


do 


80. 


Will" 1 Durrah 


do & Serg' 


98.20 


Thorn 8 Kimbal 


do 


80. 


Ralph Ellingwood 


Private 


80. 


W m Pettigrew 


do 


80. 


Sam 1 G Allen 


Private 


80. 


John Clark 


Fifer 


88. 


John Scott 


Fifer 


88. 


Tho s M c Neal 


Priv' & Corp 


81.30 


Joseph Wilson 


Private 


80. 


William Mann 


Private 


17.70, 


John Cowdery 


do 


7.25 


James Moore 


do 


80. 


John Allen 
52 


do 


32.80 



•nd 



Comp* 



Samuel Wells 


Sergeant 


120. 


William Cook 


Priv' 


4.50 


Benjam 11 Cotton 


do 


120. 


Thorn 8 George 


do 


5-5o 


Samuel Whidden 


Corporal 


19.40 


Jos. Haselton 


do 


5.50 


Thorn 3 Scott 


Serj' 


120. 


Dan 1 Kidder 


Fifer 


88. 


James Campbell 


Drum r 


59-53 


Moses Lock 


Private 


80. 


John Ash 


Private 


80. 


Flor. M c Callv 


do 


80. 


Joshua Blodget 


do 


17.70, 


David Merrill 


do 


48.60 


Casar Barns 


do 


80. 


John Merrill 


Corp & do 


83.45 


Benj a Butler 


do 


17.70 


And w M c Intire 


Private 


80. 


Sol Chapman 


do 


80. 


John M c Intire 


do 


17.70 


Theo 3 Cass 


Surg; 1 & do 


99.22 


Nath 1 Moulton 


do 


80. 


Joshua Danford 


do 


80. 


Tim Martin 


do 


17.70 


Ben Dow 


do 


80. 


Simon Knowles 


do 


80. 


James Dickey 


do 


So. 


James Orr 


do 


80. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



199 



NAMES 


Rank 


Am' 
Wages 


NAMES 


Rank 


Am' 
Wages 


Nat. Rendall 


Private 


80. 


Levi Hutchinson 


Priv 4 


80. 


Sam 1 Smith 


do 


80 




Benj a Brown 


do 


80 




Peter R. Stevens 


do 


80 




Benj a Berry 


do 


80 




Alex Smith 


do 


80 




John Caldwell 


Fifer 


88 




Peter Wells 


Corp & do 


82 


10 


Nath 1 Dickey 


Private 


80 




Will m Willey 


Private 


80 




Rich d Drought 


do & Drum r 


8S 


3° 


Joseph York 


do 


80 




John Jennens 


Private 


80 




Jam 8 Thompson 


do 


4 


60 


John Loverin 


do 


80 




Josh a Sinclair 


do 


37 


70 


John Moors 


do 


80 




Sam 1 Sinclair 


do 


V 


70 


Paul M c Coy 


do 


80 




Isaac George 


do 


5 


qo 


Sam 1 Lock 


do 


80 




Ben George 


Corp 1 


6 


10 


Jon a Haseltine 


do 


80 




Eph m Stevens 


Priv* 


5 


?o 


Will™ Nellie 


do 


80 




Nat Grahames 


do 


80 




Elis a Hutchinson 


do 


47 


77 


Joseph Grant 


do 


76 


40 


Rob 4 Cunningham 
58 


do 


24 


4 ; : 



[6-304] 



3 rd Compy 



Hezek h Clark 


Serg 4 


120. 


Gains Niles 


Private 


64. 


Sam 1 Allen 


Private 


80. 


Enoch Morse 


Drum r 


88. 


Will™ Brown 


do 


80. 


Lewis Wiso 


Private 


39-30 


Elijah Averill 


Corp 1 


24.40 


Jn° M c Clintock 


do 


66.60 


Henry Harris 


Private 


22.20 


Ch 9 Dougherty 


do 


80. 


David Johnson 


Serg 4 


120. 


Alp s Butler 


do 


80. 


John Lapish 


Priv 4 


80. 


Alph s Kingsley 


do 


80. 


Benj a Perkins 


do 


4.80 


Joseph Wright 


do 


20. 


Rob 4 Parker 


Serg 4 


33-3° 


Eben r Fosget 


do 


57.70 


Rich d Richardson 


Private 


21.10 


Jon a Morgin 


do 


71.70 


Isaac Smith 


do 


22.20 


Jos. Sudrich 


do 


72.40 


Rich d Robinson 


Serg 4 


120. 


Th s Wilson 


do 


80. 


Nath n Tuttle 


Private 


22.20 


Sol Harris 


do 


80. 


Rufus Walton 


do 


17.70 


Jos h Burton 


do 


15.17 


Reuben Wheeler 


do 


17.70 


John Bishop 


do 


3^-74 


Geo. Wilson 


do 


5.50 


Ben Smith 
32 


do 


42.80 



200 

[6-305] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

4 th Compy 



NAMES 


Rank 


Am' 
Wages 


NAMES 


Rank 


Am' 
Wages 


Isaac Gibbs 


Serj' 


26.60 


Rob* Miller 


Private 


4.80 


Sam 1 Hill 


do 


13.601 


Nath 1 Pattin 


do 


5.50 


Jonas Hobbart 


Corp 1 


19.50 


Daniel Putnam 


do 


80. 


Ben Barnett 


Private 


5-5°, 


Thorn 8 Pratt 


do 


80. 


Isaac Boynton 


do 


22.20 


Seth Thompson 


do 


24.40 


Edward Carter 


do 


4.60, 


Jon a Wright 


Priv* 


24.40 


William Conneck 


do 


4.60 


Wilder Willard 


do 


24.40 


Jon a Conant 


do 


24.40 


Rob' Burts 


do 


41.70 


Lem 1 Dean 


do 


17.70 


Ralph Emerson 


do 


22.20 


Joshua Gibbs 


do 


17.70. 


William Hale 


do 


22.20 


Simeon Goold 


do 


4.60 


Asa Lovejoy 


drum 1 


5. 11 


David Gibbs 


do 


17.70 


David Sanderson 


Private 


80. 


Nathan Davis 


do 


80. 


Edw d Evans 


do 


80. 


Rob* Mason 


do 


80. 


David Wright 


do 


80. 


George Knox 


do 


80. 


Joel Procter 


do 


80. 


Sam 1 Hews 


Coro 1 


26.80 


Medad Taylor 


do 


80. 


John Haselton 


Private 


6.60 


Darrick Oxford 


do 


27.30 


Stephen Gennins 


Corp 1 


31.10 


Nath 1 Bugbee 


do 


25.10 


Abel Lovejoy 


Private 


4.60 


John Colborn 
38 


Serg* 


37- 



[6-305] 




5 th Company 






Israel Ingalls 


Serg* 


7- 


Calvin Honey 


Private 


80. 


John Manning 


Corp & do 


104. 


David Hunt 


do 


80. 


Jere h Fowle 


Corp 1 


23.20 


Zacch s Hunt 


do 


80. 


Nat Batchelder 


do 


19.50 


John Kent 


do 


80. 


Paul Woods 


Drum r 


19.50 


Elip' Minning 


do 


80. 


Sam 1 Aikin 


Private 


21.10 


Barn d Merrill 


do 


21.10 


Eben r Berry 


do 


24.40 


Jonathan Knock 


do 


17.70 


Noah Buswell 


do 


4.60 


John Perry 


do 


5.50 


Sam Butterfield 


do 


5.50 


John Powers 


do 


4.60 


Sam 1 Barron 


do 


31.10 


Will 1 " Powell 


do 


37-7o 


Charles Bowles 


do 


42.80 


John Rowe 


do 


31.10 


Josiah Clark 


do 


80. 


Daniel Shirley 


do 


21.10 


Johne M c Clellin 


do 


17.70 


Benj a Smith 


do 


80. 


Thomas Fuller 


do 


80. 


W m Simpson 


do 


80. 


Thomas Grush 


do 


17.70 


Henry Drue 


do 


21.10 


Samuel Hoit 


do & Corp 


83.60 


Benj a Taylor 


do 


24.40 


Jessee Heath 


Private 


26.60 


Daniel Woods 


do 


24.40 


Peter Honey 


do & Corp 1 


84. 


Duncan Grant 


do 


45- 


Reuben Hall 


Private 


17.70 


37 







[6-306] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

6 th Company 



20 1 



NAMES 


Rank 


Am* 
Wages 


NAMES 


Rank 


Am 1 
Wages 


William Lakin 


Private 


59.10 


Sam 1 Eyers 


Private 


26.60 


Thorn 9 Stickney 


Serg' 


8.30 


Jos M c Farland 


do 


26.60 


Rob' Hodgart 


do 


30. 


Geo. M c Murphy 


do 


22.60 


Will" 1 Levey 


Private 


53-3° 


John Mack 


do 


26.60 


Will" 1 Dickey 


Serg* 


33-3° 


Nath 1 Glines 


do 


80. 


Joseph Polley 


Drum 1 " 


24.40 


Will'" Walker 


do 


31.IO 


David Bryant 


Private 


80. 


John Reid 


do 


80. 


Thorn 9 Colburn 


do 


4.60 


John Sampson 


do 


80. 


Bishop Coster 


do 


22.20 


James Brown 


do 


17.70 


James Campbell 


do 


26.60 


Levi Hoit 


do 


80. 


Sam 1 Dalton 


do 


4.60 


James Lamb 


do 


17.70 


David Dickey 


do 


22.20 


Jn° M c Murphy 


do 


26.60 


Sam 1 Fugard 


do 


80. 


Jam 8 Wilson 


do 


17.70 


James Gilmore 


do 


21.10 


Joseph Norris 


d & Corp 


84. 


John Head 


do 


80. 


Jeth Pettingill 


Priv 1 


80. 


Peter Jenkins 


do 


37-70 


John Riddle 


do 


80. 


Joseph March 


do 


22.20 


Jon a M c Coy 


do 


80. 


Tho s Matthews 


do & Corp 


84. 


Dan 1 M c Coy 


do 


80. 


James Mutchimore 


Private 


4.60 


John Hall 


do 


80. 


Ichabod Martin 


do 


80. 


Th 9 M c Glaughlin 


do 


80. 


Joseph Mack 


do 


21.10 


Sam 1 Danford 


Fifer 


88. 


Nathan Plummer 


do 


22.20 


Nathan Shade 


Private 


80. 


James Riddle 


do 


17.70 


St n M c Coy 


do 


80. 


Edw d Smith 


do 


24.40 


Jacob Easman 


do & Drum 1 


84.60 


Barth w Stevens 


do 


4.60 


Dan 1 Young 


Private 


80. 


Solomon Todd 


do 


26.60 


Prince Thompson 


do 


53-30 


John Vance 


do 


26.60 


Alex r M c Masters 


do 


15-47 


Rob 1 Wilson 


do 


17.70 


Rob* Forrest 


do 


80. 


Sam 1 Walton 


do 


22.20 


57 







[6-308] 



7 th Company 



Peter Philips 


Private 


80. 


Page Herriman 


Private 


31.10 


Levi Adams 


Serg 1 


7- 


Jon a Kelley 


do 


80. 


Sam 1 Potter 


Priv 4 & Corp 


87.30 


Sam 1 Sisco 


do 


5.50 


Abner Preston 


Drum 1 " 


5. n 


John Clark 


do 


80. 


Thomas Dodge 


Fifer 


36.60 


Moses Hutchins 


do 


80. 


Jonas Adams 


Private 


4.60 


Joel Andrews 


do 


76.80 


David Abraham 


do 


80. 


John Cross 


Corporal 


88. 


Joseph Burke 


Corp & Serg 1 


101.52 


Matthew Geer 


Private 


80. 


Mo 9 Farnsworth 


Private 


6.60 


John Grout 


do 


80. 


J s Howley or Hockley 


do 


80. 


Eben r Matthews 


do 


80. 


Nath 1 Hayes 


Corp 1 


5. 11 


Th 9 Osgood 


do 


80. 



202 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[6-308] 



NAMES 


Rank 


Am' 
Wages 


NAMES 


Rank 


Am 1 
Wages 


Th 8 Powers 


Private 


80. 


Aaron Adams 


Private 


80. 


Nath 1 Powers 


do & Cor. 


83-30 


Roger Stevens 


do 


80. 


Sam Rice 


Corp 


88. 


Will" 1 Hewitt 


do 


80. 


Abner Powers 


Private 


I2.65I 


William Page 


do 


47.70 


Paris Richardson 


do 


80. 


Tim Newton 


do 


80. 


William Sisco 


do 


80. 


Simon Powers 


do 


80. 


Joseph Tucker 


do 


76.60 


Jon a Pettingill 


do 


80. 


John Simons 


do 


76.40 


Will m Lattin 


do 


80. 


Silas Simons 


do 


76.40 


Bunker Clark 


do 


80. 


Levi Simons 


do 


76.40 


Noah Porter 


do 


80. 



8 th Comp>' 



Elip 1 Ouimby 


Serg' 


120. 


Jacob Flanders 


Private 


34- 


Gilb 1 Caswell 


do 


120. 


Thom s Easman 


do 


40.40 


Sam Caldwell 


do 


60.60 


Jon a Sawyer 


do 


21.10 


Jn° Chadwick 


Private 


21.10 


J 8 Shearer 


do 


21.10 


Jn° T. Connor 


do 


21.10 


John Dorman 


do 


80. 


William Long 


Serg 1 


120. 


John Cooper 


do 


80. 


Ben Williams 


Corp 1 


23-15^ 


Enoch Hoit 


do 


40.40 


Sam 1 Stocker 


Drum r 


16.35 


Broad 1 Mason 


do 


80. 


Dan 1 Creesy 


Private 


22.201 


Th 8 Parry 


do 


22.20 


Will m Batchelder 


do 


4.60 


Colborn Parker 


do 


80. 


Sam 1 Cammet 


do 


11.ro 


Jn° Farnham 


do & cor. 


84. 


Joshua Church 


do 


26.60 


Thorn 8 Harvey 


Private 


80. 


Moses Colby 


do 


20.80 


Sam 1 Davis 


do 


80. 


Thorn 8 Cammet 


do 


17.70 


Salem Colby 


do 


66.60 


Ch 8 Greenfield 


do 


24.80 


Tho 8 Watson 


do 


58.60 


James Edgerly 


do 


21.10 


Rezia Beede 


do 


63-30 


John Flanders 


do 


5.50 


Ben Dockam 


do 


76. 


Elij h Fairfield 


do 


24.40 


James Bowles 


do 


80. 


Th s George 


do 


24.40 


Jon a Webster 


do 


80. 


Mich 1 Loynes 


do 


15-3° 


Anfy Gilman 


do 


80. 


Jona. Judkins 


do 


22.20 


Enos Challis 


do 


45-74 


Steph n Lord 


do 


4.60 


Thomas Hunt 


do 


80. 


Reuben Roberts 


do 


80. 


Dan 1 Gage 


do & cor. 


84. 


Th s Severance 


do 


17.70 


Amos Snow 


Private 


80. 


John Swett 


do 


24.401 


Joseph Gilman 


do 


78. 


Elij h Smart 


do 


22.20 


John Grow 


do 


66.60 


Caleb Smart 


do 


22.20 ; 


Eben r Allin 


do 


56.60 


Benj a Swett 


do 


24.40 


Benj a Critchet 


do 


55-7o 


Will" 1 Hodgkins 


do 


2I.IO 


Joshua Fall 


do 


60.60 


Jon a Stevens 


do 


32.20 


William Taggart 


do 


80. 


Henry Thompson 


do 


80. 


Benoni Hill 


do 


74.60 


Ezra Turner 


do 


26.60, 


Moses Roberts 


do 


66.60 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



203 



NAMES 


Rank 


Am' 
Wages 


NAMES 


Rank 


Am' 
Wages 


John Morgin 
David Howe 
Th 8 Cross 
John Smith 


Private 
do 
do 
do 


80. 
8.40 
4.40 

15.70 


Moses Chase 
Eph m Cross 
Sam 1 Lock 
Elip 1 Caswell 
72 


Private 
do 
do 
do 


4.40 
16.40 

6.27 
21.45 



[6-310] [Officers in Second Regiment.'] 

2 d R e gt Commanded by Col Geo. Reid for 1780. 



Geo. Reid 


Colonel 


goo. 


Sam 1 Cherry 


Capt. 


480. 


Benj a Titcomb 


Maj&Lt.Col. 


692. 


Pellet h Whittemore 


Lt. 


320. 


Jere. Fogg 


Capt. & Aide 
Camp 


677-53 


George Frost 


do 


320. 


Will m M. Bell 


U & Adj' 


476. 


Will" 1 Taggart 


do 


30.20 


James Can- 


Pay M r & cap 


840. 


Noah Robinson 


do 


320. 


Joseph Potter 


L' 


476. 


Benj a Whitcomb 


Maj r 


600. 


Rob 4 R. Henry 


Surgeon 


720. 


Geo. Aldrich 


Cap* 


480. 


Will" 1 Rowell 


Captain 


480. 


Th 8 Lyford 


Lieut. 


320. 


Enoch Chase 


do 


480. 


Jonas Butterfield 


do 


32.80 


Joshua Merrow 


L* & Ens. 


277.30 


1 Dan 1 Gookin 


Ens. & Lt 


277.30 


Sam 1 Morey 


Surg. Mate 


280. 


; Caleb Blodget 


Ensign 


240. 


Sam 1 Adams 


Lieut. 


320. 


Geo. Burnham 


Ens. 


125.30 


Caleb Robinson 


Capt. 


480. 


; W m Twombly 


do 


125.30 


Moses Dustin 


Capt. 


480. 


1 Thorn 8 Callis 


do 


93-30- 


Luke Woodbury 


V 


320. 


29 







[6-31 1] 



I st Company. 



Jon a Donning 
Theo 8 Colby 
Elip 1 Norris 
Jam 8 Rundlett 
John Sanborn 
Th 8 Blanchard 
Simeon Mason 
Sam 1 Daniels 
Primus Coffin 
Thomas Webster 
Josiah Calley 
Philip Fowler 
Casar Wallace 
John Smith 



Serg* 

do 

do 

do 
Private 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
D r Maj r 
Private 

do 



120. 
120. 

7-30 
106.60 
17.70 
62.20 
17.70 
5.50 
4.80 
80. 
17.70 
108. 
80. 
80. 



Jam 8 Kenneson 
Moses Looge 
Nich s Leathers 
John Small 
Thomas Renkin 
Jere Griffin 
Isaac Davis 
Ichabod Horn 
Ezek 1 Stone 
Phin 8 Hodgdon 
Will" 1 Leaver 
Levi Whitman 
Daniel Horn 



Private 


80. 


Fife Maj. 


108. 


Private 


80. 


do 


22.40 


Serg. & do 


92.17 


Private 


80. 


do 


80. 


Drum r 


88. 


Private 


62.20 


do 


1.50 


do 


1. 10 


do 


80. 


do 


80. 



204 

[6-3 ii] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



2 d Company. 



NAMES 


Rank 


Amount 
Wages 


NAMES 


Rank 


Amount 
Wages 


Jos Richardson 


Serg' 


8.30 


Will m Hill 


Serg 4 


120. 


Step 11 Noble 


do & priv' 


86.60 


John Hull 


Private 


6.20 


Sam 1 Card 


Serg' 


I20. 


Sam 1 S. Haywood 


do 


21.10 


Joseph Jewell 


Corp 1 


68.60 


Zoath Henderson 


do 


80. 


Dan 1 Wyman 


do 


25.80 


Eph m Jones 


do 


24.40 


Job Kenneson 


Drum r 


88. 


Amos Camp 


do 


24.40 


Francis Drew 


Fifer 


22.87 


Edw d Leavitt 


Corp 1 


88. 


George Abbot 


Private 


80. 


Moses Miles 


Private 


20.80 


Noah Allard 


do 


80. 


Jn° Morton 


do 


80. 


Jos. Burnham 


do 


80. 


Dan 1 Richardson 


do 


24.40 


Peter Barter 


do 


80. 


Elias Critchet 


do 


20.80 


John Blasdell 


do 


4.80 


John Sergeant 


do 


80. 


Moses Davis 


do 


80. 


John Ham 


do 


80. 


Aaron Bickford 


do 


80. 


Moses Spencer 


do 


80. 


Th s Currier 


do & Corp 


86.15 


John Taylor 


do 


20.80 


John Kenney 


Corp 1 


88. 


Vincent Torr 


do 


4.80 


John Cook 


Private 


80. 


Phin s Wentworth 


do, Sap r & Min r 


88.30 


Rich d Colony 


do 


32.40 


John Welsh 


Private 


20.80 


Sam 1 Davis 


do 


21.30 


Benj a Welsh 


do 


80. 


Dow'g Colbath 


do 


6.60 


Jesse Clark 


Fifer 


88. 


J s M c Daniel 


do 


26.60 


Jos. Bunker 


Private 


80. 


Will™ Clifford 


do 


80. 


And w Johnson 


do 


80. 


Jam s Easman 


do 


24.40 


Isaac Watson 


do 


24.40 


Eph m Ham 


do 


26.60 


Moses Runnels 


do 


80. 


Elijah Gould 


do 


24.40 


49 







[6-312] 



3 d Company 



3TH 

Will" 1 Gordon 


Serg* 


120. 


Nat Richardson 


do & Corp. 


85.30 


William Moore 


do 


75-3° 


James Rowell 


Private 


21.10 


Israel Rowell 


Corp 1 


23.20 


John Ward 


do 


80. 


Rich' 1 Clements 


Private 


21.10 


Melcher Ward 


do 


80. 


Henry Barter 


do 


80. 


Will m Woodbury 


do 


21.10 


Moses Blake 


do 


21.30 


Israel Woodbury 


do 


21.10 


W T ill m Bell 


do 


6. 


Elkins Moores 


do 


1.50 


David Colbv 


do 


80. 


Elisha Smith 


do 


17.70 


Thorn 8 Currier 


do 


21.10 


Chris 1 Callis 


do 


21.10 


Solomon Cole 


do 


24.20 


John Hilton 


Serg* 


120. 


Jon a S. Dudley 


do 


80. 


Jn° Diamond 


Private 


76.40 


Edw d Eastman 


do 


80. 


Elij h Pollard 


do 


80. 


Eben r Eastman 


Serg' 


31.60 


John Thompson 


do 


80. 


Moses Ferrin 


Private 


80. 


Ezek 1 Pollard 


do 


80. 


Jos. Gorden 


do 


80. 


John Dolloph 


do 


80. 


Ezek 1 Gilman 


do 


80. 


J 8 Dunlap 


do 


80. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



205 



NAMES 


Rank 


Amount 
Wages 


NAMES 


Rank 


Amount 
Wages 


Jon a Greene 


Private 


21. IO 


Th s Matthews 


Corp. & do 


83.60 


Jonathan Hill 


Drum r 


88. 


Jn° Manifold 


Private 


80. 


Thomas Hall 


Private 


80. 


Geo. Patterson 


do 


80. 


Jon a Hopkinson 


do 


47-3o 


Alex Patterson 


Fifer 


88. 


William Leavitt 


do 


80. 


Hezek h Pollard 


Private 


80. 


Isaac Morse 


do 


21.10 


David Richards 


do 


80. 


Alex Megoon 


do 


31.10 


Jn° Jewell 


do 


80. 


Sam 1 N orris 


do 


80. 


London Daily 


do 


80. 


John Nicholls 


Corp. & Serg. 


108.40 


Sam Wilson 


do 


80. 


James Norris 


Private 


80. 


WinthP Fox 


do 


80. 


Abra m Perry 


do 


80. 


Enos Jewell 


do 


5.40 


Elea r Ouimby 


do 


21.10 


55 







[6-314] 



4 th Company. 



David George 


Serg 4 


31-3° 


James Marden 


Private 


80. 


Anfy Hanson 


do 


120. 


Farrar Miller 


do 


80. 


David Morgan 


do 


120. 


Jon a Ouimby 


do 


17.70 


Daniel Foster 


Private 


21.30 


Thomas Quint 


do 


5.10 


Eben r Waldron 


do 


5-50 


Volun 1 Sergeant 


do 


4.40 


Ch s Stanton 


Corp 1 


6.10 


Paul Sanborn 


do 


17.70 


Eben r Fletcher 


Fifer 


19.50 


Thomas Wells 


Priv & Cor. 


86.45 


Bradb'y Greene 


Drum r 


73-3o 


Jon a Godfrey 


Private 


80. 


James Boyse 


Private 


2.20 


Sim 11 Moulton 


do 


80. 


Geo. Fall 


do & Seg' 


105.00 


Jon a Buzell 


do 


80. 


William Grant 


Private 


31.10 


Will™ Palmer 


Serg. & Cor. 


40. 


Edward Grant 


do 


80. 


Dan 1 Watson 


Private 


26.60 


Michael George 


do 


68.40 


John Smith 


do 


80. 


Tim Ricker 


do 


26.60 


Will ra Scott 


do 


80. 


Jn° Archibald 


do 


80. 


Ezek 1 Demerry 


do 


80. 


Edw d M c Colley 


do 


80. 


Eben r M c Elvin 


do 


2.20 


W m D. Cannon 


do 


80. 


Simeon Hardy 


do 


80. 


Jn° Clough 


do 


80. 


John Job 


do 


9.12 


Sam 1 Grant 


do 


80. 


Amb s Cole 
38 


do 


23.72 



206 

[6-314] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



5 th Company. 



NAMES 


Rank 


Amount 
Wages 


NAMES 


Rank 


Amount 
Wages 


David Copp 


Serg' 


I20. 


Tho s Parsly 


Private 


26.60 


Jon a Tasker 


do 


7.60 


Thorn 8 Welch 


do 


80. 


Isaack Pinkam 


Drum r 


6.IO 


Sam. Williams 


do 


80. 


David Page 


Corp 1 


88. 


John Rowe 


do 


80. 


Dan 1 Pinkham 


Drum r 


88. 


Corydon Chesley 


do 


80. 


Jn° Shepherd 


Priv' & Serg' 


112. 


Rich d Hunkin 


do 


26.60 


Paul Cook 


Priv' & Drum. 


82. 


Gloster Watson 


do 


26.60 


Edw d Brown 


Private 


5.10 


Aaron Rawlings 


do 


80. 


Eben r Crommet 


do & Serg. 


83.60 


Zacc h Kelsey 


do 


26.60 


John Critchet 


Private 


26.60 


Rob' Rawlings 


do 


80. 


Jabez Dow 


do 


4.80 


Cato Baker 


do 


26.60 


Eph m Davis 


do 


17.70 


Philip Fowler 


do & Cor. 


84. 


Jon a Folsom 


do 


80. 


Carty Gilman 


Private 


80. 


Simon Gilman 


do 


31.10 


Thomas Howe 


do 


26.60 


John Mills 


Serg 1 


8.30 


Matth 8 Welsh 


do 


53-3° 


Abel Morrill 


do 


120. 


Enoch Dockum 


do 


40. 


John Otis 


Private 


26.60 


Step n Meader 


do 


80. 


Paul Otis 


Corp 1 


29.30 


John Lander 


do 


80. 


Geo. Parsley 


Private 


25.30 


37 







[6-315] 


6 th Company 






Amos Boynton 


Serg' 


7-3° 


Noah Downs 


Private 


80. 


Elias Chensey 


Private 


20.80 


James Patten 


do 


80. 


Jessee Cammett 


do 


20.80 


Nathan Taylor 


do 


5.50 


John Dodge 


do 


5.50 


James Gorden 


do 


80. 


Mos. Sweet George 


do 


20.80 


Enoch Smith 


do 


80. 


Jude Hall 


do 


80. 


John Mitchel 


do 


80. 


Th s Murdock 


do 


5.10 


John Taggart 


Serg 1 


2.30 


Reu n M c Colester 


do 


5.50 


Zadoc Dodge 


do 


2.30 


Eben r Sergeant 


Private 


20.80 


Jon a Margory 


Private 


80. 


Joseph Taggart 


Corp 1 


6.10 


Rob 1 M c Clurgh 


do 


1.50 


Joseph Slack 


Private 


80. 


Gilbert Griswell 
22 


do 


80. 



[6-316] 



7 th Company 



Oliver Bacon 


Serg 1 


120. 


Rob 1 Craige 


Private 


80. 


Daniel Alley 


Private 


80. 


David Doe 


do 


80. 


John Lane 


Serg 1 


82.30 


Sam 1 Godding 


do 


17.70 


John Buss 


Private 


80. 


Th s Hutchinson 


Serg' 


29.30 


John Barter 


do & corp. 


84.60 


John Pendel 


Private 


80. 


William Cutler 


Private 


80. 


Jn° Robinson 


do 


80. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



207 



NAMES 


Rank 


Amount 
Wages 


NAMES 


Rank 


Amouvt 
Wages 


Oliver Smith 
Josh a Wilson 
Edw d Wade 
Ed\v d Gotham 
Will" 1 Hilton 
Aaron Rawlins 
Joseph Mack 


Sg' & do 
Private 

do 
Drum r 

do 
Private 

do 


83-30 
80. 

80. 

88. 
84. 
80. 
80. 


Dan 1 Russell 
Rob 1 Carson 
Eliph' Veazey 
Nath 1 Clark 
Jn° Edwards 
Nat Marston 
25 


Private 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


17.70 
80. 
80. 
80. 
IOI.52 
50.60 



[6-316] 



[6-317] 



8 th Company 



Will 1 " Towle 


Serg' 


120. 


Theo s Loverin 


do & Serg. 


JI 3-3o 


Ben. Dodge 


Corp 1 


88. 


John Mitchel 


Private 


80. 


Francis Watts 


Drum r 


88. 


Lemuel Mason 


Serg' 


120. 


PhP Blazedell 


Private 


80. 


Edward Martin 


Private 


80. 


Enoch Burnham 


do 


5.10 


Jotham Nute 


do & Serg. 


85.15 


John Brasbee 


do 


80. 


Ben Pinner 


Private 


80. 


Eben r Cook 


do 


80. 


Adam Perkins 


do 


4.80 


Thorn 3 Cook 


do 


80. 


Joseph Pearle 


do 


80. 


Daniel Cook 


do 


28.80 


James Ouimby 


do 


42.80 


Th 3 Chamberlain 


do 


28.80' 


Oliver Thurston~ 


Serg 4 


120. 


Sam 1 Duda 


do 


80. 


Wint" Wiggin 


do & Priv. 


119. 15 


Geo. Downing 


do 


80. 


Dan 1 Wingate 


Private 


28.80 


Henry Durgin 


do 


80. 


Dan 1 Woodman 


do 


37-7° 


Ben Dockum 


do 


80. 


Enoch Wingate 


do 


26.60 


Cato Fisk 


do 


80. 


David Watson 


do 


80. 


Elip* Gordon 


do 


80. 


Joseph Young 


do 


80. 


Ithiel Gordon 


Corp. 


5°-75 


John Rogers 


do & Corp 


82. 


John Garland 


Private 


28.80 


Joseph Richer 


Private 


80. 


Tim Kimball 


do 


61.10 


Nath 1 Chase 


do 


20.40 



9 th Company. 



Nath 1 Frost 


corp. & Serg. 


117.86 


Joseph Hall 


Private 


80. 


Steph n Runnels 


Corp. 


88. 


James Young 


do 


21.10 


Depen e Colbath 


do 


88. 


Abra™ Senter 


do 


2.8o 


J 3 Crommett 


Private 


5.50 


Pearson Huntress 


do 


80. 


Benj a Leach 


do 


80. 


Dennis Bickford 


do 


80. 


Eben r Palmer 


do 


20.80 


Volen' Leighton 


do 


62.20 


Edw d Rendall 


do 


80. 


James Wells 


do 


51.70 


Rich d Presby 


Priv & corp 


86. 


Ben Willey 


do 


28.60 


Israel Runnells 


Private 


80. 


William Evans 


do 


57-5° 


John Seavey 


do 


20.80 


James Dockum 


do 


32.60 


John Spring 


do 


20.80 


James Rowley 


do 


357o 


Sam 1 Ward 


do 


80. 


Will m Wentworth 


do 


34-8o 



208 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



NAMES 


Rank 


Amount 
Wages 


NAMES 


Rank 


Amount 
Wages 


Eben r Whitehouse 


Private 


65.50 


Joseph Howe 


Private 


80. 


William Colbv 


do & cor. 


50. 


Jesse Thompson 


do 


80. 


Dan 1 Cook 


Private 


&■ 


Josiah Burbank 


do 


80. 


Jon a Burbank 


Private 


64.60 


Dennis Hefferin 


do 


80. 


Josiah Blodget 


do 


80. 


Edw d Mardin 


do 


80. 


Elijah Howe 


Drum 1 


52.21 


J 8 Rosebrook 


do 


80. 


Cato Wallingford 


Private 


58.80 


Will" 1 Martin 


do 


80. 


Perly Rogers 


do 


62.20 


J s Sinclair 


do 


4370 


Joshua Danford 


do & Serg. 


ii3-3° 


Sam 1 Thompson 


do 


80. 


Jon a Saunders 


Serg 1 


120. 


David Ladd 


do 


80. 


Elea r Rosebrooks 


do 


120. 


James Lary 


do 


80. 


Manasah Sawyer 


do 


120. 


Jos. Sinclair 


do 


80. 


John Hodgdon 


Corp & do. 


92.40 


Jos. Fifield 


do 


80. 


Urijah Temple 


do 


1 1 1.60 


Abner Barlow 


do 


63-30 


Rob 1 Bartley 


Private 


68.80 


53 







[6-319] [Officers in TJiird Regiment.'] 

3 d Regiment Commanded by Col Scammell for 1780. 



Alex Scammell 
Henry Dearborn 
Enoch Poor 
James Norris 
Nic 3 Oilman 
Jacob Hall 
Fran 8 Wanewright 
J 8 Blanchard 
Isaac Smith 
Adna Pennyman 
Jon a Cass 
John Dennet 
Jos. Boynton 
Dudley L. Chase 
Dan 1 Livermore 
David M c Gre°/ore 



Col 


900. 


V Col 


720. 


Brig. Gen. 


1033-3° 


Maj. 


325- 


Cap.&Adj.Gen. 


720. 


Surgeon 


190. 


do Mate 


365-3° 


L 4 &PayMas. 


680. 


Surg.& Surg. Mate 


656.60 


Lt. 


320. 


do 


320. 


do. & cap. 


400. 


L l & Adj. 


476. 


Lieu 1 


160. 


Cap 1 


480. 


do 


4S0. 



Nathan Hoit 
Nat Leavitt 
Isaac Frye 
W m A. Hawkins 
Mark Howe 
William Ellis 
Ben Eliis 
Israel Evans 
Arch d Stark 
Nathan Weare 
Jon a Cilley 
Bradb'y Richards 
Neal M c Gaffey 
John Harvey 
Moses Page 
Rob' B. Wilkins 



U & Qr. Mr. 

do 

Captain 

do 
Surgeon 

Capt 

V & Cap. 

Chap 1 

Lieu 1 

Ens. & L' 

Ens. & U 

Ens 11 

do 

do & Qr. Mr 

Ens" 

do 



430-45 

320. 

480. 

246.60 

160. 

240. 

397.70 

525- 

78.80 
278.60 
280. 

240. 
240. 

285.45 

240. 

240. 



[6-319] 



I st Company 



Edw d Mason 


Serg* 


120. 


Ben Chase 


Corp 1 


26.80 


John Jones 


do 


120. 


John Mudgett 


Private 


24.40 


Mich 1 Parks 


do 


36.30 


Th 9 Powell 


Drum r 


19.50 


Dan 1 Cass 


do 


22.30 


Noah Sinclair 


D m Maj. 


7-45 


Moses Fellows 


do 


36-3° 


Sam Judkins 


Drum r 


88. 


Thomas Beal 


do 


69.30 


Joshua Thornton 


Fife Maj. 


45- 


Abra m Swett 


Corp 1 


26.60 


John Morrison 


Fifer 


26.60 


Abner Fowler 


do 


22. 


Charles Cook 


Private 


40.40 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



209 



NAMES 


Rank 


Amount 
Wages 


NAMES 


Rank 


Amount 
Wages 


Joshua Snow 


Private 


42.20 


David Piper 


Private 


33-30 


Heman Amy 


do 


33-3° 


Dan 1 Philbrick 


do 


24.40 


Will m Burley 


do 


24.20 


Zach 9 Ouimby 


do 


41.30 


Jonathan Bean 


do 


24.40 


John Rowen 


do 


31.10 


Moses Cass 


do 


17.70 


Lem 1 Rowell 


do 


33-3° 


David Clifford 


do 


40. 


Jos. Sanborn 


do 


24.20 


Zacc s Clough 


do 


80. 


Ben Sleeper 


do 


24.40 


Eph ra Dudley 


do 


1770 


Peter Smith 


do 


24.40 


Tru'y Dudley 


do 


17.70 


Enoch Thomas 


do 


17.70 


Thorn 8 Dolloph 


do 


33-3° 


Benf Whittier 


do 


26.60 


John Durgin 


do 


24.20 


Nehem h West 


do 


14.40 


Daniel Felch 


do 


24.20 


Sam 1 Silver 


do 


80. 


Matt w Greely 


do 


24.20 


Dan 1 Torry 


do 


24.20 


Reuben Hoit 


do 


24.20 


Elijah Wadleigh 


do 


24. 


Ben Howard 


do 


24.20 


Jere. Smith 


do 


20.80 


Will m Mallin 


do 


20.20 


Benj. Ouimby 


do 


21.50 


James Marstin 


do 


24.20 


Serg' Currier 


do 


17.70 


John Piper 


do 


33-7° 


5i 







[6-321] 


2 d Company. 






John Shute 


Private 


53-30 


Benj a Cross 


Private 


5.70 


Will" 1 Gale 


Sere' 


7-3o 


J 8 Edgerley 


do 


4.60 


Patrick Fling 


do 


31.60 


Joseph Hull 


do 


5.70 


David Hall 


do 


40. 


Rich d Lock 


do 


4.80 


John Peverly 


Corp 1 


7- 


Henry Langmaid 


do 


5.50 


Nat Waldron 


Private 


64.20 


John Marden 


do 


4.60 


Sam 1 Odiorne 


Fifer 


88. 


John Odiorne 


do 


22. 


Sam 1 Davis 


Private 


21.30 


Dan 1 Rawlins 


do 


4.40 


Jn° Harrington 


do 


80. 


John Wait 


do 


16. 


Sam 1 Hodgdon 


do 


80. 


Peter Akerman 


do 


22.40 


Simon Knowles 


do 


80. 


Peter Abbot 


do 


5-5° 


Will m Russell 


do 


80. 


William Heath 


do 


80. 


Steph n Switcher 


do 


80. 


Gid n Kirtland 


do 


80. 


Rich d Sherman 


do 


80. 


Barton Pollard 


do 


66.60 


Thorn 8 Waters 


do 


80. 


David Dunkan 


Corp 1 


88. 


James Worster 


do 


80. 


Thorn 8 Shaw 


Private 


80. 


Philip Cooper 


do 


3-30 


33 







14 



210 

[6-322] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

3 d Company. 



NAMES 


Rank 


Amount 
Wages 


NAMES 


Rank 


Amount 
Wages 


Moses Kelsey 


Serg' 


8.6o 


John Smith 


Private 


SO. 


Elisha Neas 


do 


120. 


Jon a Mason 


do 


5.70 


John Bean 


Corp 1 


7-3° 


J 8 Batchelder 


do 


5-70 


Neh h Leavitt 


do 


7-3° 


Jn° Cunningham 


do 


6. 


Isaac Moore 


Drum r 


7-3° 


Josiah Chase 


do 


5.70 


Sam 1 Judkins 


Private 


8o. 


Will" 1 Furnell 


do 


5.10 


Jon a Flood d 


do 


So. 


Joseph Griffin 


do 


5-30 


Daniel Lilbey 


do 


So. 


John Leavitt 


do 


6.60 


Jon a Tucker 


do 


So. 


Abraham Page 


do 


5.70 


John Wadleigh 


do & Serg. 


100. 


Jon a Prescott 


do 


6.60 


John Clough 


Private 


24.40 


Chase Page 


do 


5.70 


Antoine Garoutte 


do 


So. 


Thorn 3 Speed 


do 


6.60 


Luke Libbey 


do 


17.70 


W m Rundlett 


Corp 1 


5-33 


Jere h Rawlings 


do 


26.60 


James Libby 


do 


88. 



[6-322] 


4 th Company. 






Rob 4 Livingstone 


Serg 1 


120. 


Edw d Taylor 


Private 


22. 


Geo. Cooper 


do 


120. 


Oliver Taylor 


do 


22.60 


Amos Flood 


Corp 1 


19.50 


Aquilla Davis 


do 


28.80 


Stephen Webster 


Priv. & Serg. 


109.30 


Peter Tozer 


do 


17.70 


And w White 


Corp 1 


88. 


Beriah Abbot 


do 


17.70 


Nathan Brown 


Drum 1 


88. 


Eben r Varnum 


do 


11.70 


John Boyce 


Private 


20.80 


William Rowe 


do 


22. 


Will m Eastman 


do 


22. 


Edward Arms 


do 


80. 


Jacob Eastman 


do 


24.20 


Jacob Burkhart 


do 


80. 


Jere. Fairfield 


do 


17.70 


Dav d Kennestone 


do 


80. 


John Craige 


do 


24.20 


David Nevins 


do & Cor. 


86. 


William Heath 


do 


22.60 


John Trickey 


do 


80. 


John Hillery 


do 


20.80 


David Hammond 


do 


80. 


Thomas Pitts 


do 


80. 


Sam 1 Trickey 


do 


80. 


Benj a Seargent 


do 


17.70 


Sam 1 Colby 


do 


57.70 


Hezek h Swain 


do 


31.10 


Th s Holmes 


do 


15.50 


And w Stone 


do 


28.80 


Will™ Morling 


do 


80. 


John Straw 


do 


17.70 


Sam 1 Caldwell 
36 


do 


46.60 



[6-323] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

5 th Company. 



211 



NAMES 


Rank 


Amo 
Wag 


™* NAMES 


Rank 


Amount 
Wages 


Sam 1 Barker 


Serg' 


7 


Jon a Miller 


Private 


4.80 


Mat w N. Samborn 


do 


120 


Benj a Page 


do 


4.80 


John Blazedell 


Corp 1 


88 


Jn° Rawlins 


do 


5.70 


James Floyd 


Drum r 


88 


Elip* Rawlins 


do 


4.80 


Step n Atkinson 


Private 


So 


Rob 1 Simpson 


do 


I2.20 


James Allard 


do 


8o 


Levi Stickney 


do 


20.80 


Dan 1 Downing 


do 


8o 


Rob* Thurston 


do 


80. 


Jon a Eaton 


do 


8o 


William Wallace 


do 


1770 


Nath n Greenleaf 


do 


8o 


J 8 Wilkinson 


do 


17.70 


Philip Johnson 


do 


8o 


James Moulton 


do 


7-30 


John Ham 


do 


8o 


Hussa Hoag 


do 


8. 


Joseph Nelle 


do & Serg. 


106 


6o Rob* Bragg 


do 


60. 


Mark Nutter 


Private 


8o 


Sim n Lovering 


do 


5.10 


Ich d Perry 


do 


8o 


Benj a Cate 


do 


13-30 


Step n Richardson 


do 


8o 


Jacob Seagell 


do 


80. 


Elisha Roberts 


do 


8o 


Rich d Greene 


do 


62.20 


Jacob Thomas 


Fifer 


88 


Joseph Rawlins 


do 


59. 10 


John Youngman 


Private 


8o 


John Taylor 


do 


43-70 


Step n Heriman 


do 


8o 


Isaac Carkins 


do 


80. 


Ch 9 Hodgdon 


do 


17 


7° 39 







[6-324] 



6 th Company. 



Asa Wilkins 


Serg' 


26.60 


Humphrey Cram 


Private 


37-7o 


Rich d Hughes 


do 


26.60 


Eben. Drury 


do 


17.70 


Chris r Martin 


Corp 1 


23.20 


Jon a Foster 


do 


26.60 


John Godfry 


do 


12.86 


Joseph Gray 


do 


17.70 


W m Pettingill 


do 


24.40 


Amos Holt 


do 


22. 


Uriah Ballard 


Drumr. 


23.19 


Dav d Haseltine 


do 


37-70 


Dan 1 Bridges 


Private 


80. 


Neh h Holt 


do 


22. 


Reub n Hosmore 


do 


80. 


Asa Pierce 


do 


39-3° 


Reuben Rand 


do 


80. 


Nath 1 Smith 


do 


26.60 


Thomas Blood 


do 


26.60 


Th 8 Youngman 


do 


24.20 


Jacob Blanchard 


do 


20.80 


Eben r Carlton 


do 


80. 


Jacob Morse 


do 


80. 


Benj a Smith 


do 


80. 


Peter Chandler 


do 


33-3o 









212 

[6-325] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[6-326] 



7 th Company. 



NAMES 


Rank 


Amount 
Wages 

8.60 


NAMES 


Rank 


Amount 
Wages 


Benj a Knight 


Serg' 


John Peters 


Private 


80. 


Joseph Copps 


do 


4.80 


John Phillips 


Corp. & do 


83-30 


Geo. Shephard 


do & Corp. 


I 12. 


Benj a Phillips 


Private 


62.60 


Sam Sergeant 


Corp 1 


31-7° 


Ben. Presson 


do 


17.70 


Geo. Averill 


Drum 1 


2I.4O 


Joseph Smith 


do & Serg. 


II3.60 


Ben. Atwood 


Private 


570 


Moses Smart 


Private 


17.70 


James Barnes 


do 


80. 


Isaac Smith 


do 


16.60 


Ward Clark 


do 


33-30 


John Seshings 


do 


80. 


Joseph Chase 


do 


570 


Henry Springer 


do 


5.70 


Rich d Cook 


do 


80. 


Rich d Smart 


do 


17.70 


Silas Fox 


do 


SO. 


Jn° Whitten 


do 


II.70 


Austin George 


do 


35-50 


Gideon Wood 


do 


I2.6o 


Sterling Heath 


do 


l6.6o 


Thomas Wood 


do 


12.60 


Enoch Hunt 


do 


I7.70 


Edw d Wood 


do 


35-50 


Jos. Hobart 


do & Corp. 


83-30 


Sam 1 Heath 


do & Corp. 


64.80 


Nich 9 Hall 


Priv. &Drum. 


83-30 


Geo. Christopher 


Private 


80. 


David Jewell 


Private 


4.80 


James Sanborn 


do & Fife 


83-30 


Moses Knight 


do 


5-70 


William English 


Private 


80. 


Dan 1 Morse 


do 


40. 


37 







8 th Company. 



Kimber Harvey 
Amasa Parker 
Caleb Aldridge 
Sam 1 Britton 
Naboth Bettison 
Henry Carter 
James Edy 
Will m Farley 
Joseph Fay 
Abr m Lawrence 
Gideon Packard 



Serg 4 
do 


43-30 
120. 


do & Priv. 


94.80 


Serg 4 


120. 


Private 


80. 


do 


28.80 


do 


80. 


do 
do 
do 


33-3o 
5-7o 
80. 


do 


26.60 



Dan 1 Foster 
Silas Ray 
Peltiah Razey 
Elip' Shipman 
Ben Thatcher 
John Abbot 
Nathan Hoit 
Neh h Phillips 
John Balch 
Jon a Woodcock 
21 



Private 

do & Corp. 

do& do 

Private 

do 

Drum. & do. 

Private 

do 

do 

do 



[6-326] 



9 th Company. 



Will m Presson 


Serg* 


7- 


James Hall 


do & Serg' 


no. 


Abner Hogg 


do 


26.60 


John Purpell 


Private 


80. 


Benj. Carr 


Corp 1 


23- 


Benj. Powell 


do & Drum 


83-30 


Step h Andrews 


Private 


80. 


Edw d Webber 


Private 


80. 


Francis Combs 


do 


80. 


Joseph Wheat 


Priv. & Corp. 


86, 


Daniel Cross 


do 


80. 


Reuben Austin 


Private 


76.40 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



213 



NAMES 


Rank 


Amount 
Wages 


NAMES 


Rank 


Amount 
Wages 


John Combs 
James Craige 
Geo. Fishley 
Joseph Greene 


Private 
do 
do 
do 


So. 
24.20 
80. 
80. 


John Martin 
J 8 Nesmith 
Neh h Harbour 
J 9 


Private 
do 
do 


24.20 
24.20 
80. 



[6-327] 



10 th Company. 



Dan 1 Cook 


Priv. & Serg. 


112.30 


Arch d Clark 


Private 


6.40 


Thorn 8 Harvey 


Serg* 


95- 


Selah How 


do 


80. 


Rob 1 Ellis 


Private 


29.50 


W m Moulton 


do 


60. 


Joseph Avery 


do 


66.60 


Moses Duty 


do 


47-30 


Sam 1 York 


do 


63-3° 


Sam 1 Mitchel 


Serg* 


92. 


Jacob Gile 


do 


59.50 


Jos. Cooper 


Private 


53. 


Sol Haseltine 


do 


80. 


John Swan 


do 


39-7o 


Asa Croson 


do 


So. 


Randal M c Alester 


do 


39-7o 


Ben Morse 


Serg 1 


95- 


Jam 8 Taggart 


do 


44.40 


And w M c Gaffey 


Priv* & Drum 


70. 


Ben. Putnam 


do 


76.40 


J 9 Cavenaugh 


Private 


56. 


Sam. Spear 


do 


80. 


James Harvey 


Corp 1 


69.60 


Sam. Downing 


do 


26.60 


Rich d Sanborn 


Private 


67.30 


Jn° Blair 


do 


80. 


John Foss 


do 


50.40 


James Turner 


do 


80. 


John Weeks 


do 


66.20 


29 







[6-328] 



Artilery Artificers for 1780 



Thorn 8 Kent 



Lieu* 196.60 



Nathan Wesson 



Lieu* 



196.60 





Officers 


First Regiment . 


28 


Second do 


29 


Third do 


3 2 


Artillery 


2 



Enlisted Men 

394 
344 
3i8 



Totals 



9 1 



1056 



214 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[Petition from Soldiers of Fort Washington, 1780.] 

[Part of the heading is missing. — Ed.] 

for the State of New Hampshire Now Convened at Exeter for the 
Safety and Security of the Lives, Liberties and Property of the In- 
habitants of said State. 

The Petition of Elihu Wilson Richard Ingerson Sergeants & the 
privates of the Company of Matross Raised for the Defence of the 
Forts Washington and Sullivan : Unto your Honours humbly 
shews — That most part of said Company have Families that 
stand in need of support and depend entirely on the wages of your 
Petitioners for their Subsistence — that the Necessities of Life has 
Risen since their last Inlistment to Double it was when they Inlisted 
— They also beg leave to Represent to your Honours that their 
Families must Suffer if they Continue in the Service for the same 
Pay as when they Bought wood for Forty five Pounds a Cord and 
now give Ninety Pounds a Cord & Beef for Ten Shillings & now 
give Twenty four, and other articles in Proportion — therefore 
humbly pray that your Honours will Look upon your Petitioners in 
a more favorable Light by granting sutch an advancement to their 
Present Low wages as will enable them to support their families or 
at least Prevent them from Suffering — Your Petitioners humbly 
Submitts this Petition to your Honours Wisdom, and as in Duty 
Bound Your Petitioners Shall Ever Pray — 

Fort Washington April 18 th 1780 — 



Elihu Wilson 
Richard Ingerson 
John Farneld 
W m Claridge 

his 

Joseph X Bickford 

mark 

Thomas Smith 

his 

Steven X Sevey 

mark 



Tho s Healy 
Bradstreet Chase 
John Stepens 
John Hutchins 
John Stewart 
Stephen Claridge 

his 

Solomon X Abbot 

mark 



William M c Kim 
William Neal 

his 

Abraham X Weaks 

mark 
his 

W ra X Oliver 

mark 

Robert Moor 
Richard Perry 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 215 

[Summary of troops raised for service in 1780 : — 

Three regiments in the continental service throughout the year. 

Captains Peter Kimball's and Thomas Nichols's companies of 
rangers at Coos, raised in February and discharged in April. 

Captains Samuel Paine's, Samuel Runnels's, and Ephraim Stone's 
companies at Coos, raised in June and discharged in November. 

Lieutenant John Adams's company at Coos, raised in October 
and discharged in November. 

Captain Ebenezer Dearing's matross company at Piscataqua Har- 
bor, from March 1 to December 31. 

Lieutenant Samuel Piper's company at Piscataqua Harbor, from 
June to November. 

Colonels Thomas Bartlett's and Moses Nichols's regiments at 
West Point, raised in June and discharged in October. 

" Militia which marched on the alarm at Coos, at the time Royal- 
ton was burned — and at Peacham." 

Soldiers who served on the ship Hampden. 

Some of the rolls of above named troops have not been found. — 
Ed.] 



1781. 

[By an act of the congress of the United States establishing the 
continental army for the year 1781, the number of men apportioned 
to New Hampshire was 1,354, including those in the service who 
were inlisted for the war, or whose terms did not expire during that 
year. By an act approved January 12, 1781, the legislature of this 
state provided for the raising of the men by apportioning them to 
the several towns, and directed that the quota for each town should 
be raised within its own limits,* except that men might be hired 
from such towns as had completed their quotas. Towns were to 
receive twenty pounds' bounty for each man who passed muster, the 
money to be paid in four years from the date of muster, with six per 
cent interest. The men were apportioned to the counties, as then 
constituted, as follows : — 

Rockingham . . .536 Cheshire .... 230 

Strafford . . . .213 Grafton .... 98 

Hillsborough . . . 277 

Total, 1534 

The returns of the men already in the field, and of those raised to 
supply the deficiency, with residence of each, may be found in the 
following rolls. — Ed.] 

* This provision was subsequently annulled. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 217 

[7-1] [Return of N. H. Troops in Regular Army.} 

Return of Non-Commissioned Officers and Privates of the State of 
New Hampshire, serving in the Army of the United States, under 
the Command of His Excellency General Washington ; specifying 
the Periods at which their Inlistments expire, Monthly, until the end 
of the present year, and Annually afterwards to the end of the year 
1782 ; together with the number engaged to serve during the War. — 





Periods at which Inlistments expire. 








>-. 














2a 


u 


jb 








p 


■-* 










t/3 




<u 


£ 




bJOd, 


C/3 




Si 




< 




3 
1 — 1 


3 


So 
< 


ft 


O 

CJ 




Q 




Q 


O 


General Poor's Brigade 


18 


IOO 


188 


62 


9° 


37 


6 


2 


3 




S3 


441 


1000 


In Additional Infantry. \ 
Jacksons Reg 1 \ 








4 


I 


5 




2 


1 


1 


2 


4 


20 


do do Hazen's 












3 












14 


17 


2 d Reg. of Artillery (Lambs) 
























1 


I 


Total 


18 


IOO 


188 


66 


91 


45 


6 


4 


4 


1 


55 


460 


IO38 



Oth H. Williams A. G 1 

Total amount of Return 1038 — Deduct for those whose services 
expire before the last of September 518, leaves 520 
Deficiency to be raised 695 



States Quota 12 15 

[The quota named in above must be that required for the year 
1780. —Ed.] 



[7-2] 



[FIRST REGIMENT, 1781.] 
{Captain FarwelVs Return.] 



Return of the Non Commis d officers and privates of Cap 1 Isaac 
Farwell's Company who are Inlisted During war with the Names of 
the towns to which they belong — Also what town they inlisted for — 

Fet>y 14 th 1781 — 2 d Comp. 



NAMES 


Place of Residence 


Town Inlisted for 


Serg 1 


Gilbert Caswell 


Charlestown 






Do 


John Smith 


New Bostown 






Do 


Joseph Burk 


Hartford [Vt.] 






Drum 


Stephen Abbot 


Amharst 






Fife 


John Caldwell 


London Derry 






Corp 1 


Lemuel Royce 


Charlestown 






Do 


Nath 1 Powers 


Charlestown 






Priv u 


David Abraham 


Alstead 








John Clark 


New Cheshire * 


*[Ne\v Chester. Hill 


] 




Bunker Clark 


Newepswich 








Mathew Grear 


Acworth 








James Hawkley 


Peterborough 


Peterborough 






Will" 1 Hewett ' 


Newepswich 


Newepswich 






Jon a Kelley 


Epping 


Epping 






Will" 1 Lattin 


Charlestown 


Lamster 






John Larrabee 


Rockingham [Vt.] 








Timothy Newton 


Charlestown 


Charlestown 






Thomas Osgood 


Claremount 








Simeon Powers 


Charlestown 


Acworth 






Peter Phillips 


Springfield 








Paris Richardson 


Acworth 








Will m Sisco 


Servell [Sunapee] 








Roger Stephens 


Newport 


Newport 






Benj a Short 


Sandige 








Will" 1 Taggart 


Rockingham [Vt.] 








Thomas Powers 


Charlestown 







[Captain Isaac Farwell was of Charlestown. — Ed.] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



{Captain Livcrmorcs Return.'] 



219 



[7-3] 

Return of the Non Commissioned officers and Privates in Cap 1 
Livermores Company in the first N. Hampshire Reg 1 Feb^ 15 th 1781 
— 3 d Comp'y 



MENS NAMES 


Rank 


Town they belong to 


Towns they ingaged for 


Rob f Livingston 


Serg' 


Concord 


Concord 


Eliph' Quinby 


do 


Kingstown 


Kingstown 


Eliph' Caswell 


do 


Concord 


Concord 


George Cooper 


do 


Chester 


Chester 


Andrew White 


Corp 1 


New Boston 


New Boston 


David Nevin 


do 


Plymouth 


Plymouth 


John Farnham 


do 


Concord 


Concord 


Tho s Mathews 


do 


Bedford 


Bedford 


W m Morlan 


Drum. 


New Salem 


New Salem 


Nath 1 Brown 


Fife 


Epping 


Epping 


Rosiah [Rezia] Beedey 


Priv' 


Kingstown 


Kingstown 


James Booles 


do 


do 


do 


Daniel Clough 


do 


Weare 


Weare 


John Cooper 


do 


Plasto 


Plasto 


Salem Colby 


do 


Concord 


Concord 


Samuel Davis 


do 


Goffstown 


Goffstown 


Antony Gilman * 


do 


Plasto 


Plasto 


Thomas Harvey 


do 


Nottingham 


Nottingham 


Benj n Dockom 


do 


Conaway 


Conaway 


David Kineston 


do 


Nottingham 


Nottingham 


Sam 1 Lock 


do 


Exeter 


Exeter 


Michael Lyons 


do 


Weare 


Weare 


Bradstreet Mason 


do 


Nottingham 


Nottingham 


Colburn Parker 


do 


Plasto 


Plasto 


Henry Thompson 


do 


Plasto 


Plasto 


Tho s Watson 


do 


Kingston 


Kingston 


James Doud 


do 


Weare 


Weare 



Rob 1 Livingston Serg 1 
[Captain Daniel Livermore was of Concord. — Ed.] 



* Taken prisoner of war. 



220 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[7~4\ 



{Captain Fiycs Return, Feb. 13, 17S1.] 



Return of the men in Captain Isaac Frye's Co. First New Hamp- 
shire Regiment Com d by Col° [torn out] 4 th Comp. 



MENS NAMES 


Rank 


Towns they belong to 


Towns they go for 


Mathew Sanborn 


Segt 


Nottingham 


Nottingham 


John Elishanees 


do 


Old France 


Exeter 


John Blasdell 
Jona. Eaton 


Corp 1 
do 


Hampton falls 
Seabrook 


Hampton falls 
Seabrook 


Jacob Thomas 


Fifer 


Sanborntown 


Sanborntown 


Jacob Seagell 
Ichabod Peavy 


Priv' 
do 


North Hill (') 
Wilton 


Leavittstown 
Packersfield 


Isaac Kirken [Carkin] 
Joseph Rowlins 


do 
do 


Linsborough 
Newington 


Linsborough 
Newington 


Joseph Avery 
John youngman 
John Taylor 
John Purple 
Joseph Green 


do 
do 
do 
do 

do 


Nottingham 

Holliss 

Coos 

Linsborough 

Stratham 


Nottingham 

Holliss 

Coos 

Linsborough 

Stratham 


John Trickey 
Daniel Downing 


do 
do 


Bosquine 
Wilton 


Bosquine 
Wilton 


Stephen Harman 


do 


Newington 


Newington 


Stephen Atkinson 
Benj a Smith 
Mark Nutter 


do 
do 
do 


Moultonborough 

Temple 

Newington 


Moultonborough 

Temple 

Newington 


Philip Jonson 


do 


Greenland 


Greenland 


Samuel Trickey 
Thomas Pitts 
David Hammond 


do 
do 
do 


Notingham 

Rumney 
New Salem 


Notingham 
Rumney 
New Salem 


Ruben Rand 


do 


Dearfield 


Dearfield 


Ruben Horsemore 


do 


Mason 


Mason 


Samuel York 


do 


Derrum 


Derrum 


Samuel Judkins 


do 


Brentwood 


Hopkinton 



[Captain Isaac Frye was of Wilton. — Ed.] 

0) North Hampton. 



[7-5] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[Captain Gilmaii s Return.] 



221 



A Return of the Non Commissioned officers and Privates in 
Cap 1 Gilman's Company in the first New Hampshire Reg 1 

that is Durin the war & specifin the Towns they Com from & towns 
Com for — 5 Comp. 



MENS NAMES 


Towns they came from 


Towns they came for 


Serf 


Will m Scott 


Peterborough Slip 




Do 


John Wadley 


Exeter 


Adeeson 


Do 


Abner Wise 


Wesmester 




Do 


John Hillgrove 


Tempel 


Tempel 


Do 


Ebenez r Mathews 


Claremount 




Corp 1 


John Cross 


Charlestown 




Do 


John Dormon 


Dunbarton 


Dunbarton 


Do 


Thorn 5 M c Neill 


New Boston 


New Boston 


Drum 


r Benj a Powell 


Hennica 


Weer 


Fife 


Timothy Lock 


Peterborough 


Petersborough 


p r i v ts 


Aaron Adams 


Charlestown 






Sam 1 Allen 


Charlestown 






David Briant 


Halestown [Weare] 






Abner Bingham 


Marlow 






Daniel Bridges 


Wolfs Burrow 






Sam 1 Fugard 


Bedford 


Bedford 




Levi Hoyte 


Poplin [Fremont] 






Moses Hutchens 


Cittery [Kittery] 






John Jennins 


Ipsom 






Jonath" M c Coy 


Dunbarton 






Sam 1 Morrison 


Stodder 






Jonath" Morgan 


Nottingham East 






Jacob Morse 


Exeter 






Sam 1 Neill 


Molton Burrow 






Jonath" Pettingell 


Unity 






Reuben Robberts 


New Markit 


New Markit 




Amos Spafford 


Peterborough Slip 


Peterborough 




Joseph Sudrick 


Dover 






Joseph Wilson 


Amherst 





[Jeremiah Gilman, of Epsom. He was lieutenant-colonel at that 
time, and the company was commanded by a lieutenant. — Ed.] 



222 

[7-6] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

\Captaiii SartzvclVs Return.] 



Return of the Non Commis d officers and privates of Cap 1 Simon 
Sartwell's company, who are Inlisted during war, with the Names of 
the Towns to which they belong — also what Towns they inlisted 
for. — Feb y 14 th 1781 — 6 th Comp. 



NAMES 


Place of Residence 


Town Enlisted for 


Seg* 


Benj a Cotton 


Cande 


Bow 


Do 


Tho s Scott 


Peterborough 




Do 


Theop 5 Cass 


Epsom 


Epsom 


Drum 


r Rich d Drought 


do 


do 


Fife 


Daniel Kidder 


Amherst 




Corp 1 


Nath 1 Moulton 


Dearfield 


Dearfield 


Do 


Alex r Smith 


Brintwood 


Brintwood 


Do 


Peter Wells 


Chester 


Chester 


Priv ts 


Caeser Barns 


Merrimack 


Londonderry 




Will 1 " Coock 


do 






Solomon Chapman 


Epping 


Concord 




Benj a Dow 


Northwood 






James Dickey 


Merrimack 






Nath 1 Dickey 


do 






Philip Flanders 


New Britan (') 






Elisha Hutchinson 


Gilmantown 


Loudon 




Jn° Humble 


Portsmouth 


Portsmouth 




Michal George 


Londonderry 


, Londonderry 




Simon Knovvles 


Northwood 


Northwood 




Moses Lock 


Epsom 


Epsom 




Sam 1 Lock 


do 


do 




Florence M c Calley 


Concord 






Jn° Moors 


Chester 


Ramon 




Paul M c Coy 


Nottingham East 






Nath 1 Rendal 


do do 






Will" 1 Willey 


do do 


Nottingham East 



Asa Senter L* 
[Captain Simon Sartwell was of Charlestown. — Ed.] 

(U Andover. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



223 



[7-7] 



[Captain Dustin 's Return.] 



Return of the noncommissioned officers & . soldiers in Cap 1 
[Moody] Dustons Company in the first Newhamshire Reg* Feby 13 
1 78 1 — 7 th Comp. 



MENS NAMES 


Rank 


towns they belong to 


towns they engaged for 


Richard Roberson 


Serf 


Raymond 


Raymond 


Hezekiah Clark 


do 


Walpole 


Walpole 


David Johnson 


do 


Walpole 


Walpole 


Daniel Gage 


Corp 1 


Pelham 


Pelham 


Enoch Mors 


Drum r 


Exeter 


Exeter 


Ebenezer Allen 


Priv' 


Rochester 


Rogeschetter 


Josiah Burton 


do 


Hanover 


Guntworth ( J ) 


Samuel Boyd 


do 


Holies 


Holies 


Benj n Critchett 


do 


perrystown 


Perrystown ( 2 ) 


Charls Dorrity 


do 




Epping 


Zeph h Downs 


do 


Exeter 




Joshua Fall 


do 


Barwick [Me.] 


Epping 


Ebenezer Fosget 


do 


Dunstable 


Dunstable 


John Grove 


do 


Stratham 




Thomas Hunt 


do 


Charlestown 




Solomon Herries 


do 


Claremont 




John Lapish 


do 


Guntworth 




James Moor 


do 


Peterborough 


Peterborough 


Jois [Gains] Niles 


do 


Haveral N. H. 




Thomas Pratt 


do 


Holies 


Peperel 


Daniel Putnam 


do 


Cornish 




Amos Snow 


do 


Clairmont 




Michel Silk 


do 


Saratoga 


Jeffrey 


Thomas Wilson 


do 


Walpole 


Epping 


John Mathies 


do 


Peterborough 


Peterborough 



J. Perkins U 

[Captain Moody Dustin was of Litchfield, and Lieutenant Jonathan 
Perkins of Kensington. — Ed.] 

(1) Lisbon. ( 2 ) Sutton. 



224 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[7-8] 



\Captain Munroe s Returu.~\ 



Return of the .Noncommissioned officers and Privates in Cap* 
[Josiah] Munroe's Company Inlisted for the war in the I st New 
Hamp r Reg 1 Feb^ 14 th 1781 — 8 th Comp 



NAMES 



John Bishop Serf 

Enos Challis do 

Moses Robberts Corp 1 
Sam 1 Hoit do 

Abner Powers do 

John Clark Drum 

Benoni Hill Fifer 

John Ash Private 

W ra Brown 
Josiah Clarke 
Joshua Danford 
John Grout 
Calvin Honey- 
John Morgan 
Eliphalet Manning 
Joel Proctor 
Jethro Pettingill 
Peter Stevens 
James Sales 
Joseph Wilson 
John Lovring 
Edward Evans 
Andrew M c Intire 
Isaac Clemonds 
David Howe 
John Smith 
Moses Chase 
Tho s Cross 
Simon Winslow 
Will" 1 Darrah 



Place of Residence 



Gunthwait 

Kingstown 

Exeter 

Chester 

Charlestown 

Nottingham 

Charlestown 

Salisbury 

Amherst 

Notingham 

Bosquain 

Amherst 

Amherst 

Dunstable 
Hollis 

Epsom 

Bosquain 

Dunstable 

Lyndborough 

Ramond 

Plymouth 

Amherst 

Fishersfield 

Hopkintown 

New Salisbury 

Hopkintown 

Canterbury 

Eping 
Windham 



Places they came into sevice for 



Kingstown ( x ) 

Brintwood 

Chester 

Notingham 

Charlestown 

Salisbury 

Amherst 

Notingham 

N. Andover 

Amherst 

Amherst 

Dunstable 

Hollis 

Dearfield 

Bosquain 

Dunstable 

Lyndborough 

Ramond 

Plymouth 

Amherst 



Windham 



[Captain Josiah Munroe was of Amherst. 

(i) Deserted since this return was made out. 



J. Munroe Cap 1 
Ed.] 



[7-9] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

\Captain Ellis s Return .] 



225 



Return of the Non Commissioned officers and Privates for the war 
in Cap 1 Benj. Ellis's Comp'y Col Scammell's Reg' specifying the 
place of Residence and Towns they Engaged For — Feby 1781 — 



MENS NAMES 


Rank 


Residence 


Towns inlisted for 


Ammasa Parker 


Serj' 


Swansey 


Swansey 


Daniel Cook 


do 


Rochister 


Rochister 


Caleb Aldridge 


do 


Westmoreland 


Westmoreland 


Silas Ray 


Corp 1 


Chesterfield 


Chesterfield 


David Adams 


do 


Gilsum 


Gilsum 


Samuel Marsh 


do 


Exeter 


Exeter 


John Marrell 


do 


Conway 


Conway 


John Abbatt 


Drum 


Canterbury 


Canterbury 


Nath n Hoit 


Fife 


Sanborntown 


Sanborntown 


Naboth Bettison 


Priv ts 


Keene 


Keene j 


Nath 1 Phillips 


do 


Sandage ( r ) 


Sandage 


Solomon Hasseltine 


do 


Swansey 


Swansey 


James Barns 


do 


Canterbury 


Canterbury 


James Eddy 


do 


Keene 


Westmoreland 


Jacob Gile 


do 


Sanbourntown 


Sanbourntown 


Medad Taylor 


do 


Hannover 


Hannover 


Jon a Hasseltine 


do 


Wakefield 


Wakefield 


Nath 1 Graham 


do 


Amharst 


Amharst 


Joseph York 


do 


Nottingham East 


Nottingham East 


David Sanders 


do 


Hollis 


Hollis 


Benj" Berry 


do 


Nottingham East 


Nottingham East 


James Orr 


do 


Merrimack 


Merrimack 


Samuel Smith 


do 


Goffstown 


Goffstown 


Samuel Allen 


do 


Charleston 


Charleston 



Benj n Ellis Cap 1 



[Captain Benjamin Ellis was of Keene. — Ed.] 

( l ) Sandwich. 



15 



[7-io] 



[SECOND REGIMENT, 1781.] 



[Captain Robinson's Return.] 

A Return of the mens names Non Commissioned officers and 
Privates Belonging to Cap 1 Caleb Robinsons Company in the Second 
New hampshire Reg 1 and what towns they belong to and what towns 
they come for — February the 14 1781 — I st Comp'y 



MENS NAMES 


What towns they belong to 


What towns they come for 


Serjeants 






Jon a Downing 


Rochester 


Rochester 


Theophilus Colly 


South Hampton 


South Hampton 


William Gorden 


Exeter 


Exeter 


John Nicholls 


Exeter 


Kensington 


Thomas Rankins 


London Derry 


London Derry 


Drummers names 






Philip Fowler 


Sand Down 


Sand Down 


Fifers Names 






Moses Lougee 


Exeter 


Exeter 


Joseph Gorden 


Exeter 


Exeter 


Privates Names 






Nathaniel Richardson 


Raymond 


Raymond 


Thomas Mathews 


Aliens Town 


Dearfield 


Ezekiel Pollard 


Raymond 


Popling 


Ezekiel Gilman 






Thomas Hall 


Nottingham 


Nottingham 


Melcher Ward 


Kensington 


Hampton-falls 


John Ward 


Kensington 


Kensington 


John Man ney fold 


Londonderry 


Londonderry 


Abraham Perry 






James Norris 


Exeter 


Exeter 


Samuel Wilson 






London Dailey 


Gilmantown 


Gilmantown 


Edward Eastman 


Exeter 


Kensington 


Isaac Davis 


Wallpool 


Wallpool 


Ceaser Wallis 


Rye 


new Town 


John Jewell 


Dearfield 


Dearfield 


Jeremiah Griffen 


Chester 




David Colby 


Newtown 


Newtown 


Will 1 " Leavitt 


Exeter 


Kensingtown 



[Captain Caleb Robinson was of Exeter. — Ed.] 



[7-i i] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

{Captain RowelVs Return.] 



227 



A Return of the Non Commissioned officers and Soldiers in Cap 1 
[William] Ro wells Comp^ in the 2 N Hamp r Regm 1 — Commanded 
by Georg Reid Esq r — 3 d Company [Feb. 1781.] 



MENS NAMES 


Towns thay Live in 


Towns thay Com for 


Winthrop Wiggin 


Serj. 


New Markett 


New Markett 


W m Towle 


do 


Raymond 


Raymond 


Thop s Lovring 


do 


do 


do 


James Wells 




do 


do 


Edward Levet 




Exeter 


Exeter 


W ra Clifford 




Kingstown 


Kingstown 


Benj. Dockhum 




Epping 


Hampton 


James Dockhum 




Meredeth 


Meredeth 


Noah Downs 




Dearing 


Dearing 


Elip' Gordon 




Raymond 


Raymond 


James Gordon 




Popling 


Popling 


Enoch Smith 




Washington 


Washington 


Elax r Patrson 








Isarol Run nils 




Lee 


Lee 


Volentine Laton 




Durham 


Durham 


John Norton 








Jude Hall 




Kensington 


Kensington 


Joseph Burnham 




Dover 


Dover 


Cato Fisk 




Epping 


Epping 


Benj Welley 




Barrington 


Barrington 



[Captain Rowell was of Epping. — Ed.] 



W m Rowell Cap* 



228 

[7-i2] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

{Captain McGregors 's Return. 



List of the Non Commissioned officers and Privates Cap 1 [David] 
M c Gregore's Comp'y 2 d N. H. Regiment, the Names of the Towns 
they came for and the Town they Belong too, which engaged During 
war — January. 15 th 1781 — 4 th Comp'y 



MENS NAMES 



Rank 



Towns they came for 



Towns they came from 



Samuel Britten 
Joseph Nealey 
Joseph Hall 
James Harvey 
Joseph Wheat 
Joseph Hubbart 
James Floyd 
Richard Sanborn 
Thomas Shaw 
Nathan Greenleaf 
Richard Green 
James Allard 
Asa Crosson 
Stephen Andrews 
Daniel Cross 
Edward Webber 
Archibald Clark 
John Peeters 
Moses Duty 
James Mason 
William Heath 
John Foss 
Silas Fox 
John Weaks 
William English 



Serj 1 
Serj' 
Serj' 
Serj 1 
Corp 1 
Corp 1 
Drum 
Fife 
Priv 1 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Westmoreland 

Nottingham 

Winchester 

Nottingham 

Hollis 

Plymouth 

Stratham 

Nottingham 

Pembrook 

Seabrook 

Northampton 

Hampton falls 

Hampton 

Ware 

Rumney 

Rumney 

Portsmouth 

Rutland 

Coos 

Moultonborough 

Hampstead 

Greenland 

Plymouth 

Exeter 



Westmoreland 

Nottingham 

Winchester 

Nottingham 

Hollis 

Plymouth 

Portsmouth 

Nottingham 

Pembrook 

Seabrook 

Rye 

Portsmouth 

Hampton 

Ware 

Rumney 

Rumney 

Portsmouth 

Rutland 

Coos 

Moultonborough 

Hampstead 

Greenland 

Camptown 

Exeter 

North Hampton 



Nath 1 Leavitt Lieu 1 

[Captain M c Gregore was of Londonderry, and Lieutenant Leavitt 
of Hampton. — Ed.] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



229 



[7-13] \Captain Dustins Return.} 

A Return of the Non Commissioned officers and Privates for the 
Warr, in Cap 1 Moses Dustons Comp. 2 d New [Hampshire] Reg 1 
specifying their place of Residence, and Towns they Came for — 
Feb'y 14 th 1781 — 



NAMES 


Rank 


Place of Abode 


Towns they came for 


Oliver Bacon 


Serj. 


Rindge 


Rindge 


Oliver Smith 


do 


Meredith 


Meredith 


John Kinney 


do 


Summersworth 


Summersworth 


Hez h C lough 


Corp 1 


Poplin 


Poplin 


Ed d Gotem 


Drum 


Portsmouth 


Portsmouth 


W m Hilton 


Fifer 


Sandwich 


Sandwich 


John Buss 


Priv 15 


Durham 


Durham 


George Abbott 


do 


Portsmouth 


Portsmouth 


Nath 1 Clark 


do 


Wallpool 


Walpool 


W m Cutler 


do 


Stratham 


Stratham 


Rob 1 Crage 


do 


Londonderry 


Londonderry 


Joseph Mack 


do 


Walpool 


Walpool 


John Pendal 


do 


Hannover 


Hannover 


John Robinson 


do 


Meredith 


Meredith 


Aaron Rawlins 


do 


do 


do 


David Doe 


do 


New Derham 


New Derham 


Edm d Wade 


do 


Hampton 


Hampton 


Aaron Bickford 


do 


Dover 


Dover 


Moses Davis 


do 


Notting Ham 


Nottingham 


Step" Noble 


do 


Durham 


Durham 


W ra Wentworth 


do 


Dover 


Summersworth 


John Serjeants 


do 


Londonderry 


Londonderry 


Joshway Willson 


do 


Goffstown 


Goffstown 


James Bowie 


do 


Newburry ( x ) 


Exeter 



Caleb Blodget Ensign 

[ ( r ) Probably Newbury, Mass. Captain Moses Dustin was of 
Candia, and Lieutenant Caleb Blodgett of Goffstown. — Ed.] 



230 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[7-14] 



[Captain Foggs Return.'] 



A Return of the Mens Names in Captain [Jeremiah] Foggs Com- 
pany in the 2 New Hampshire Regiment that is Duren the war and 
what town they Belong to and what town they Com for — Feb'y 14 : 
1 78 1 — 6 th Company 



[No headings.] 

Lemuel Mason 
Lemuel Duda 
W m Hill 
Benj a Dodge 
Jotham Nute 
John Roves 
Frances Walls 
Jeses Clark 
David Watson 
Daniel Cook 
Joseph Pearl 
Joseph Ricker 
Ebenezer Cook 
Thomas Cook 
Benj" Pinner - 
Joseph Hall 
Georg Downing 
Edward Morton 
John Mitchell 
Phillip Bosdel 
henery Durgin 
Andrew Johnson 
John Cook 
Benj n Leach 
Moses Runels 
John ham 



Newingtown 


Newingtown 


Durham 


Durham 


Lee 


Lee 


Wakefield 


Wakefield 


Dover 


Dover 


Rochester 


Rochester 


Georgetown 


Dover 


Notingham 


Notingham 


Newmarket 


Newmarket 


Lebonon 


Dover 


Rochester 


Rochester 


Rochester 


Rochester 


Dover 


Dover 


Dover 


Dover 


Durham 


Durham 


Notingham 


Notingham 


Rochester 


Rochester 


Ipsidge 


Dover 


Durham 


Durham 


Kingtown 


Kingtown 


Durham 


Durham 


Barrington 


Barrington 


Dover 


Dover 


Kingtown 


Kingtown 


Lee 


Lee 


Barrington 


Dover 



Joshua Merrow Lieu 1 

[Captain Fogg was of Epping, and Lieutenant Merrow of Roch- 
ester. — Ed.] 



[7-i5] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

\Captain Chase s Return.] 



231 



Return of the Names of the Non Commissioned officers and 
private soldiers The Towns they belong to and the Towns they 
came for, in Captain Enoch Chase's Company second New Hamp- 
shire Regiment Commanded by George Reid Esq r Lieut. Col Com- 
mandant. 

New Hamps r Village Feb. 14 th 1781 — 7 th Comp. 



NAMES 


Rank 


Towns they belong to 


Towns they came for 


David Copps 


Serj' 


Durham 


Durham 


Abel Morrill 


do 


Brintwood 


Brintwood 


Benjamin Moss 


do 


Exeter 


Exeter 


David Page 


Corp 1 


South Hampton 


South Hampton 


Stephen Runnels 


do 


Lee 


Lee 


James Libbey 


do 


Candia 


Candia 


Paul Cook 


Drum' 


Epsom 


Deerfield 


Andrew M c Gaffee 


Fifer 


Epsom 


Epsom 


Thomas Welch 


Priv' 


Notingham 


Notingham 


Benjamin Welch 


do 


do 


do 


Samuel Ward 


do 


New Market 


New Market 


Robart Rollins 


do 


do 


(Jo ") Hired for the 
j r State by 
OO ) 1. b. Hanson 


Aaron Rollins 


do 


do 


David Richards 


do 


Boston 


Londonderry 


Stephen Meeder 


do 


Durham 


Durham 


John Ham 


do 


Newington 


Newington 


Dennis Bickford 


do 


Exeter 


Kensington 


Carter Gilman 


do 


Exeter 


Exeter 


Noah Allard 


do 


Portsmouth 


Portsmouth 


Matathias Welch 


do 


do 


Rochester 


Jonathan Flood 


do 


Exeter 


Exeter 


Jonathan Folsom 


do 


New Market 


New Market 


Jonathan Tucker 


do 


Kingston 


Halestown 


John Harbor 


do 




North Hampton 


Timothy Moshier 


do 


Bedford R. I. 


Gofston 


John Row 


do 


("Portsmouth, or 
( Newington 


( Portsmouth, or 
| Newington 



[Captain Chase was of Dover. — Ed.] 



232 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[7-16] [Captain Dennets Return.~\ 

A Return of the Non Commissioned officers an Privats in Cap 1 
Dennets Company in the 2 N. Hampshier Reg 1 febr 15 th 1781 — 
8 th Company — 



THE NAMES 


The places they Com for 


Whar they Belong 


Serjts 






Barton Pollard 


Raymond 




Joseph Smith 


Plasto 


New Plymouth 


George Shepard 


Cantury (') 




Thomas Harvey 


Portsmouth 




[Privates] 






Nicholas Hall 


Plymouth 




Samuel Odeorn 


Portsmouth 




Samuel Heath 


Plasto 




Gidon Caterling 


Clarmount 




Samuel Hogdson 


Portsmouth 


Barwick 


William Russell 


Portsmouth 




Stephen Swicher 


Portsmouth 


Maiden 


Jonathan Shut 


Portsmouth 




Thomas Warters 


Portsmouth 




Jeams Wooster 


Portsmouth 


Geremtown ( 2 ) 


Franses Combs 


Stretam 




Robert Ellis 


Rogester 




Samuel Downing 






John Harreton 


Portsmouth 




John Sesions 


Gofstown 




Selah How'! 






timothey kimbel 


Rumne 




Eisah Roberts 


Seabrook 




Simon knowles 


Rye 




Richard Cook 


Exeter 


Rogester 


George Christopher 






Jeams Cavender 


Lonendery 




George fishley 






Bennoney Drew 


Cantebarey 




Nathenel Wallden 


Portsmouth 




Danel Moss 


Exeter 




Stephen Richeson 


Hailstown 




John Clefford 






W m Melton 


Hamto [Hampton] 




Jeams Sanborn 


Sanborntown 




Sampson hunton 







(1) Canterbury— ( 2 ) Germantown JJ Pollard Seri't 

[Captain Dennet was of Portsmouth. — Ed.] 



[7-17] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[Captain Chcny s Return.] 



233 



Return of the N Corns officers and Privates During war in Cap 1 
Sam 1 Cherry Comp y of Light Infantry Col° George Reids Regiment 
— Feb* 14 th 1 78 1 — 9 th Comp. 



Rank 


NAMES 


Towns they come from 


Towns they come for 


Serj 4 


David Morgan 


Brintwood 


Brintwood 


do 


Nath 1 Frost 


Lee 


Lee 


do 


Sam 1 Card 


Portsmouth 


Portsmouth 


do 


John Hilton 


Exeter 


Exeter 


Corp 1 


Jo s Jewel 


Southampton 


South Hampton 


do 


John Barter 


Newmarket 


Newmarket 


do 


Depen e Colbath 


Durham 


Durham 


do 


John Phillips 


Plymouth 


Plymouth 


Fife 


Isaac Pinkham 


Lee 


Portsmouth 


Drum 


Thom s Currier 


Gilmantown 


Gilmantown 


Privates 


James Kenneston 


Stratham 


Newmarket 


do 


Sam 1 Williams 


Barnstead 


Durham '■ 


do 


Edw d Rendal 


Portsmouth 


Portsmouth 


do 


Jo s Bunker 


Barnstead 


Durham 


do 


John Smith 


Sommersworth 


Sommersworth 


do 


Elijah Pollard 


Raymond 


Chester 


do 


Zoath Henderson 


Dover 


Dover 


do 


Winthrop Fox 


Campden 


Plymouth 


do 


Dan 1 Libbey 


Candy 


Candy 


do 


Sam 1 Silver 


Salem 


Salem 


do 


Sam 1 Judkins 


Brintwood 


Brintwood 


do 


Jo s Young 


Madberry 


Madberry 


do 


Obad h Kingsbury 


Walpool 


Walpool 


do 


John Robartson 


Maredeath 


Maredeath 


do 


Moses Spencer 


Durham 


Durham 


do 


Henry Barter 


Exeter 


Exeter 


do 


Eben r Whitehouse 


Sommersworth 


Sommersworth 


do 


Farrow Miller 


Amherst 


Amherst 


do 


John Brasbridge 


Newingtown 


Newingtown 


do 


Gilbert Grissell 


Walpool 


Walpool 


do 


Moses Ferren 


Newtown 


Newtown 



Sam 1 Adams Lieu 1 Commd*. 

[Captain Cherry was of Londonderry; Lieutenant Adams, of Dur- 
ham. — Ed.] 



234 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[7-18] 



[Captain D earing s Roll. Fort Washington.] 



Returne Roll of Men engaged for the Defence of Piscataqua Har- 
bor under the Command of Ebenezer Dearing. By order of the 
Hon ble General Court for the State of New Hampshire 



MENS NAMES 


When joined 


MENS NAMES 


When joined 


Ebenezer Dearing Capt. 


Apr. 


7 


Broadstrete Chais 


Apr. 28 


Joseph Huntoone U 


May 


28 


Charles Belaney 


May 2 


Meshach Bell Jr En s 


Apr. 


7 


Jeams Reker 


16 


Elihu Wilson Serj 




10 


Jeams Rundol 


do 


Thomas Quint do 




12 


Benj m Perce 


do 


Thomas Bell do 




*7 


Joseph Perce 


do 


John Fearnald Priv. 




10 


David Goss 


do 


Solomon Abbet 


do 




Isaac Walker 


21 


Thomas Hailey 


do 




Michel Annes 


21 


Will ra M c Kim 


do 




Isrel Rand 


do 


John Stewart 


do 




John Blasdel 


do 


Will™ Neale 


do 




Samul Rogers 


do 


Robart Marten 


do 




Will" 1 Putney 


2 5 


Will" 1 Olover 


do 




Ruben Huntoon 


28 


Samul Card 


do 




Ebenezer Buk 


28 


Isaac Pridhom 




17 


Jeremiah Rolens 


June 6 


John Steavens 




2 3 


Jeames Keley ( x ) 


do 


John Norten 


do 




Aron Fall 


12 


David Welch 


do 




Will m Batchelder 


12 


Ebenezer Hailey 


do 




Benj m Smart 


do 



Fort Washington June 25 y e 1781 

A True Role p r Ebenezer Dearing Captn 



(a) Desarted June 16 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



235 



[7 -I 9J [State Bounty to Continental Soldiers, .] 

Account of State Bounties for Continental Soldiers who Inlisted 
in the year 1781 for three years or during the war 



When Inlisted 




When Inlisted 




I781 










Jan. 1 


Noah Levins 


Feb. 20 


John Bullard 




Feb. 4 


Abner Andrews 


a 


Francis Tolbert 




11 


Asa Andrews 


21 


John Griffin 




6 


Benj a Stone 


a 


John Putnam 




it 


James Trask 


tt 


Edward Spaulding 




tt 


Moses Powers 


a 


Moses Ordway 




9 


Daniel Ashley 


a 


Sam 1 Punchard 




10 


Geo. Montgomery 


22 


John Hanson 




12 


Jona. Black 


2 3 


Stephen Richardson 




a 


Tho s B. Ashton 


it 


Dan 1 Gould 




J 3 


Charles Burrows 


a 


James Foster 




tt 


John Ward 


26 


Dan 1 Marsh 




a 


James Rolfe 


a 


Israel Hales 




14 


Allen Anderson 


27 


Stephen White 




it 


Archibald Clark 


it 


William Garrison 




n 


John Webb 


a 


Dan 1 Barker 




(i 


Nehe h Stratton 


a 


Reuben Kidder 




a 


Jn° Adams 


a 


Nath 1 Barrett 




15 


Pomp Sherburne 


a 


Israel Howe 




it 


Martin Burne 


a 


Joel Holt 




a 


James Burke 


tt 


Dan 1 Holt 




tt 


Jonas Adams 


tt 


Uriah Bullard 




it 


David Morrison 


tt 


Benj a Pierce 




16 


Jere h Fairfield 


it 


Asa Reddington 




a 


John M c Carty 


a 


Jos. Gray 




a 


Sam 1 Mills 


a 


Tim° Abbot 




it 


Sam 1 Walker 


28 


Sam 1 Rollings 




it 


Jesse Walker 


a 


Luther Smith 




a 


Peter Bullard 


it 


Aaron Flood 




17 


John Peas 


a 


Joseph Marshall 




it 


Phineas Adams 


a 


Amos Baker 




it 


James Boyes 


Mar. 1 


Winthrop Peavy 




it 


Joel Proctor 


2 


Henry Hill 




tt 


Nehe h Leavitt 


a 


Nicholas Griffin 




it 


Elijah Page 


a 


Tho s Gates Leach 




l 9 


Geo. Willson 


3 


Eben r Hoag 






John Sill 


a 


Josiah Magoon 




20 


John Beard 


it 


Joseph Johnson 





236 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



When Inlisted 



Mar. 



13 



14 



15 



16 



17 



Andrew Bickford 
Stephen Adams 
Joel Baker 
Preston Buffington 
W m Ferguson 
Ezek 1 Thurston 
Barnard Sargent 
Peter Stevens 
Rob* Chase 
Jon a Griffin 
Nich s Dodge 
John Godfrey 
John Greeley 
Hugh Moore 
Sam 1 Kempton 
Greenwood Carpenter 
John Gault 
Benj a Wallace 
Benj a Ward 
Rob 1 York 
Ezek 1 York 
Eben Smith 
Jon a Fifield 
John Fellows 
John Smith 
Josiah Smith 
Ananiah Bohonon 

Joseph Webster 

John Thomas 

Richard Flood 

Ben. Sanborn 

Dan 1 Wilkins 

John A. Goss 

Joseph Pedrick 

Francis Lovejoy 

Joseph Stevenson 

Philip Stevenson 

Humphrey Silk 

William Thomson 

Moses Cutler 

Andrew Law 

John Wyman 

Andrew Quinby 

Stephen Ames 



When Inlisted 



Mar. 17 



x 9 

20 



23 



Apr 1 



24 



26 
27 
28 
3° 



Gideon Fletcher 

Dan 1 Rowell 

Daniel Harper 

Rob 4 Cunningham 

Jacob Hobart 

Eben r Goodenough 

Joseph Winch 

John Newman 

Sam 1 Saunders 

John Mason 

Jo s B. Hoit 

Stephen Keys 

Sanders M c Murphy 

James Blair 

Jesse Dickey 

Jon a Eaton 

John Morrill 

Jethro Barber 

Eben. Scribner 

David Luce 

Jon a Urin 

Volentine Sargent 

Michael Sutton 

William Glines 

Edward Colby 
Daniel Colby 
William Rhines 
Elkins Moore 
Phineas Fletcher 
John Demery Jun 
John Hambleton 
Abel Platts Jun 
Jon a Sawtwell Jur 
Toby Cutler 
Jon a Lake 
Aaron Hays 
Nehe h Merrill 
Robert Finney 
John Weeks Moore 
Stephen Wood 
John Farrar 
Joseph Davis 
John Edwards 
Nath 1 Aldredge 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



237 



When Inlisted 




When Inlisted J 


Ap 1 5 


Henry Dan forth 


Ap 1 19 


Jon a Miller 


a 


Tim Farnam 


20 


Joseph Tate 


a 


Abraham Currier 




Benj a Tate 


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Paul Yeaton 


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Ephraim Hildreth 


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John Rollins 


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Michael Stocker 




Abraham Miriam 


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John Robinson 




Francis Coombs 


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Elijah Clark 




Silas Russell 


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Ezra Carlton 


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John Dole 


24 


Hart Balch 


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John Loring 




James Chamberlain 


6 


John Heywood 




Barth Gloine 


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Peter Cross 




John Stone 


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Moses Heath 




Jon a Morse 


(( 


Dan 1 Bradbury 


25 


Moses Straw 


11 


Eliph' Brown 


26 


William Morrison 


a 


Otis Alley 




Morrill Sheppard 


a 


Nathan Taylor 




William Lyons 


it 


Benj a Cressey 




Joseph Hale 


7 


Joseph Holman 




Tho s Haines 


a 


Asa Blood 




Josiah Eastman 


it 


W m Gregory 




Joseph Allison 


9 


Levi Lovekin 




John Whittier 


10 


Benj a Stone 


27 


Jere h Dutch 


a 


Moses Dan forth 




Joseph Lovejoy 


11 


Prince Clements 


28 


John Shepard 


13 


Sam 1 Walker 




Ephraim Dudley 


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Charles Branscomb 




Tumbril Pickering 


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Joseph Grant 


21 


James Barrows 


a 


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James Jones 


14 


Sam 1 Richardson 


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Josiah Meloon 


15 


Shem Kentfield 


May 1 


Henry Smith 


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Rob 1 Field 


2 


Edward Wells 


17 


John Watson 


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5 


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John Holmes 


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Solomon Gray 


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Joseph Hodgdon 


a 


John Gray 


8 


Henry Stevens 


18 


Asa Jackson 


a 


Tobias Cole 


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Pardon Tabor 


10 


Nathan Foster 


19 


Moses George 


12 


Michael Sudrick 



238 



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When inlisted 




When inlisted 




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a 




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24 


Keys Bradley 






24 


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x 3 


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a 




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a 




Jonathan Barron 






28 


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July 


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29 


Beriah Abbot 


55 




David Morrill 




a 


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John Bonner 
Edward Dean 


J5 




W m Brown 





United States to the State of New Hampshire 
1 78 1 To Bounties paid to 283 men as per the foregoing 
List at ^20 



Dr. 

^5660 



N. B. By an Act of the General Court passed January 12 th 178 1 — 
a Bounty of 2cv£ was granted for every recruit inlisted to serve in 
the Continental Army for the Term of three years or during the 
War, to be paid equal to Indian Corn at the Rate of four shillings 
per Bushel with Interest from the Day of Muster — but by an after 
resolve were paid out of the Specie Tax 

Att. Joseph Gilman 
Copy of the acco 1 made out from the Books 

Ex d P. Boyer Jr 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 239 

[7-25] [Continental Soldiers' Receipt for Bounty.'] 

We the Subscribers acknowledge to have received of John Taylor 
Gilman twenty five Dollars each in Bills of the New Emission which 
sums is advanced to us by the State of New Hampshire as part of 
the Money ordered to be sent to the Army for the Soldiers of their 
Line, & for which sums we promise to account in the same manner 
as the money which shall be paid to the Soldiers in Camp, shall be 
accounted for — Exeter 7 th Feb'y 1781 — 

Samuel Odiorne — Fifer late of 3 d Reg. U Col. Company 

Stephen Atkinson — Private late of 3 d Reg. Capt. Frye's Co. 

Alex. M c Masters — late of I st Reg. Capt. Frye's Co. 

Samuel Norris — late of Capt. Robinson's Co. 

Job Kennison — Drum 1 " late of Maj. Morrill's Co. 

Richard Presbury — late of Capt. Cherry's Co. 

Johan Petis — late of Capt. M c Gregore's Co. 

Edward Leavitt — Capt. Rowel's Co. 

London Daily — Capt. Robinsons Co. 

Michael Silk — Capt. Dustin's Co. 

John Weeks — late of Col Scammel's Co. 

William Lang — Serg 1 in first Regiment 

Sam 1 Wells — Serg 1 in first Regiment 

Theo s Scott — Serg* 1 N. H. Regiment 

Dan 1 Kidder — Fifer Capt. Sartwell's Co. 

Stephen Abbot — Drummer 1 Reg. Capt. Farwell's Co. 

Jon a Hill — Drummer Capt. Robinson's Co. 

Mark Nutter — late Capt. Frye's Co. 3 d Reg. 

Philip Johnson — Capt. Isaac Frye's Co. 

Eliph* Gordon — Capt. Rowel's Co. 

Lemuel Duda — Capt. Fogg's Co. 

A. Hanson — Serg 1 Capt. Carrs Co. 

Theo s Loveren — Capt. Rowels Co. 

John Bishop — Serg* Capt. Munroes Co. 

Benj a Dow — Capt. Sartwells Co. 

John Morgan — Capt. Munroes Co. 

Edward Grant — Capt. Carrs Co. 

Lemuel Mason — Capt. Foggs Co. 

Philip Fowler — Capt. Chases Co. 

John Row — Capt. Chases Co. 

Daniel Horn — Capt. Cherrys Co. 

Nath 1 Powers — Capt. Farwells Co. 

David Page — Capt. Chases Co. 

Abner Wise — Capt. Gilmans Co. 



240 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Stephen Runnels — Capt. Chases Co. 
William Gordon — Capt. Robinsons Co. 
John Barter — Capt. Cherrys Co. 
George Downing — Capt. Foggs Co. 
James Doud — Capt. Livermores Co. 
Benj a Welch — Capt. Chases Co. 
Jacob Doyen — Capt. Eben r Fryes Co. 
Hezekiah Clark — Capt.-Dustins Co. 
William Towle — Capt. Rowels Co. 
Oliver Bacon — Capt. Dustins Co. 
David Nevins — Capt. Livermores Co. 
John Lander — Capt. Chases Co. 
Zadock Read — Capt. Morrills Co. 
Edward Eastman — Capt. Robinsons Co. 
John Hodgdon — late of Whitcombs Corps 
David Ladd — late of Whitcombs Corps 
Thomas Wells — Capt. Carrs Co. 
Abraham Perry — Capt. Robinsons Co. 
Josiah Burbank — Whitcombs Corps 
Edward Marden — Whitcombs Corps 
Henry Tibbetts — Whitcombs Corps 
James Lary — Whitcombs Corps 
Joseph Sinclear — Whitcombs Corps 
James Sinclear — Whitcombs Corps 
Jonathan Burbank — Whitcombs Corps 
Benj a Johnson — Whitcombs Corps 
Abiel Chandler — Whitcombs Corps 
Joshua Snow — 3 d Reg. — Col os Co. 

Sent a Copy to M r Jewett April 27 th 1781 

Sam 1 Thompson — Whitcombs Corps 
Joshua Danford — Whitcombs Corps 

1 78 1 July 14 th Gave the account of these two last men to M r 
Jewett 

64 Men at 25 Dollars 1600. Dollars 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



241 



[7-29] {Continental Soldiers Receipt for Gratuity.'] 

Rec d of the State of New Hampshire by the Hand of Jedediah 
Jewett fifteen Dollars each in bills of Credit Emitted pursuant to 
Act of Congress passed the 18 of March 1780 as a Gratuity for our 
faithful services — Camp James River. May 10 th 1781 



Samuel Hoit 
Zaccheus Hunt 
Alex r Smith 
Josiah Clark 
Samuel Lock 
Samuel Allen 
Jacob Seagel 
Jonathan Morrison 
Samuel Morrison 
John Cross 
Benoni Hills 
John Loverin 
Simon Knowles 
Solomon Chapman 
John Wadleigh 
Bradstreet Mason 
Moses Roberts 
Daniel Perkins 
John Rogers 
Benj a Pinner 
Sam 1 Judkins 
John Clark 
Peter R. Stevens 
Winthrop Fox 
Thomas Waters 
Joseph Jewell 
Dependence Colbath 
Eliph' Manning 
Ichabod Perry- 
Andrew MTntire 
Nehemiah Phillips 
Joseph Willson 



John Dorman 
Abner Powers 
Joel Proctor 
James Cochran 
William Brown 
Blip' Quinby Serg. 
Isaac Perkins 
Joshua Dan ford 
John Morris 
Moses Hutchins 
James Toles 
John Ash 
Calvin Harvey 
Edward Wade 
Moses Spencer 
Moses Ferren 
Edward Randall 
Zoath Henderson 
John Jewell 
William Moulton 
Sam 1 Silver 
Stephen Sweetser 
John Buss 
James Marden 
John Grout 
Thomas Welch 
Joseph Bunker 
Thomas Kenniston 
John Coke 
Elijah Pollard 
John Robinson 



James Gordon 
John Pinder 
Jn° Mansfield 
Daniel Libbey 
Nath 1 Frost 
Sam 1 Williams 
John Smith 
John Harrington 
Benj a Willey 
David Morgan Jun. 
Joseph Gordon 
Daniel Cook Serj' 
Richard Cook 
Eben Whitehouse 
John Sargent 
James Cavanie 
James Allard 
Ezekiel Pollard 
James Worster 
Joseph Yonge 
Thomas Harvey 
Edward Evans 
Simeon Hardy 
Benj a Leach 
Benj a Barry 
Sam 1 Davis 
Michael George 
John Barter 
James Harvey 
John Ham 
Eben r Fosset 



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[7-46] [Recruits for the Continental Army.'] 

Muster Roll of the Soldiers raised by the State of New Hampshire 
to fill up the Continental Army in the year 1781 — mustered by 
Moses Nichols, Muster Master — 



NAMES 



Joseph M c Cleur 
William Nutt 
Joseph Flood 
James Gile 
Benjamin Vickery 
David Truel Jun r 
John Ramsey 
Charles Cavanaugh 
Samuel Eaton 
James King 
Samuel Ramsey 
Samuel Chase Jun r 
William Whittle 
Jonathan Farwell 
Daniel Peirce 
James Pemberton 
Timothy Smith 
Abel Serjeant 
Andrew Russell 
Henry Eastman 
David Morrill 
W m Brown 
Asa Hardy 
Daniel Gage 
W m Gorden 
David Campbell 
Abiel Wyman 
Joseph Bayles 
Samuel Dinsmoor 
Caleb Hunt 
Samuel Chase 
Moses Flanders 
Benj a Quimby 
Daniel Eaton 
William Ordway 
Andrew Kaughow 
Michael Keef 




Francestown 

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Merrimac 

Amherst 

Society Land 

do 

Perrystown 

do 

Society Land 

Litchfield 

do 

NottinghamWest 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Raby 

Henniker 

do 

New Bradford 



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do 

do 

Bow 

Goffstown 

Londonderry 



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Francestown 

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do 

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do 

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247 









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NAMES 


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Towns they went for 


when 
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Term 


Amos Martin 


Bedford 


Derryfield 


July 20 


to Dec r 


William Nutt 


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Dublin 


Amherst 


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Almsbury 


Concord 


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Canterbury 


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Boscawin 


Andover 


24 


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John Chandler 


Epping 


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Kingston 


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Dunstable 


Amherst 


2 5 


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Dunstable 


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2 5 


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Kingstown 


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Bow 


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Sep. 


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Peterboro 


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Oct. 4 


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15 


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Merrimac 


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15 


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John Stroud 


Peterborough 


Peterborough 


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248 



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State of New Hampshire j Pursuant to Orders I have mustered 
Amherst October 15, 1781 j the above named seventy seven men — 
They were able bodied & effective Soldiers 

Attest Moses Nichols M. Master 

State of New Hampshire To Moses Nichols Dr 

1 78 1 Oct To mustering the above Soldiers giving & taking Re- 
ceipts & administering the oaths ;£4-9-° 
Lawful money in Specie 



[7-51 to 54] 



\_Soldiers Receipts^ 



New Hampshire Village May 4 th 1781. 
We the subscribers hereby acknowledge to have received of the 
State of New Hampshire by the hand of Jedediah Jewett Fifty dol- 
lars each (in bills of credit emitted persuant to the act of Congress 
passed the 18 th of March 1780) on account of the depreciation of our 
Wages — 



Dan 1 Livermore Cap* 
John Dennett Cap 1 
Eben r Frye Cap 1 
B. Ellis Cap 1 



J. Farwell Cap 1 
James Carr Cap 1 
Sam 1 Cherry Cap 1 



[Other receipts were given as follows : — 

Alexander Scammell, $100, dated May 4, 1781. 

Amos Morrill, 50, " " 23, 

Henry Dearborn, 15,000, " June 1, 

Sampson Huntington, 15, " March 

Jonathan Pettingill, 15, " April 8, 

Moses Springer, 50, " " 10, 

Thomas Blake, 67, " May 4, 

Bradley Richards, 25, " " 12, 

John- Williams, 45, " " 4, 

Ebenezer Matthews, 45, " " 14, 

Jonathan Perkins, Daniel Gookin, J. Cass, Asa Senter, Samuel 
Morey, and Pelatiah Whittemore receipted for thirty-two dollars 
each. — Ed.] 



[FRONTIER AND WEST POINT MEN, 1781. 

April 5, 178 1, the House of Representatives voted to raise two 
companies, to consist of sixty-five men each, to rendezvous at Haver- 
hill by the first of June, and be under the command of Lieut. Col. 
Charles Johnstone. It was subsequently voted not to send them so 
early ; but on the 30th of June a vote passed requiring them to be 
raised afid forwarded immediately. The men were to be raised from 
the militia regiments commanded by Colonels Ellis of Keene, Chase 
of Cornish, Morey of Orford, Webster of Plymouth, and "the regi- 
ment of the late Col. Bellows," of Walpole, and were to serve six 
months. 

The companies were commanded by Capt. Jacob Smith, and Lieut. 
Peter Stearns of Plymouth. Stearns's company was raised in July, 
and Smith's company in August ; both were discharged in Novem- 
ber. The roll of Stearns's company has not been found. 

By an act approved July 4, 1781, provision was made for raising a 
regiment of six hundred and fifty men, to be ready to march to reen- 
force the army at West Point whenever called for by Gen. Washing- 
ton. All that can be found of the returns and rolls of the men 
raised for this regiment will follow. Daniel Reynolds was appointed 
Lieut. Col. Commandant, Benjamin Barker first Major, and James 
Ford second Major. — Ed.] 



250 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[7-55] [Enlistment Paper.~\ 

We the Subscribers having engaged to Serve as Soldiers in the 
Continental Battalions of this State for the Town of Hampstead 
until the last day of December next unless sooner Discharged do 
hereby acknowledge to have Received of the Select men of said 
Hampstead the full for our Services & hereby order the pay master 
of the Recruits to pay to the Select men of Hampstead the wages 
&c that may be given by the State or Continent for our Services for 
the said Six months — Witness our Hands 

Hampstead July 26 th 1781. 

James Huse John Grifin Job Page 

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258 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[7-78] [Col. David Webster s Return.'] 

This may Certify that agreeable to orders Rec d from the Authority 
of the State to Raise one Lieutenant & twelve Privates for the 
defence of the Frontiers the present year I have Raised one Lieuten- 
ant namely Peter Stearns of Plymouth & nine Privates namely Jona- 
than Robins Jn r & John Brown for Plymouth, John Clefford Jn r & 
Jason Cross for Rumney, John Fellows & Daniel Heath for New 
Chester [Hill] William Petty for Alexandria, Winthrop Bagley for 
Campton & Jared Willey for Thornton — there remains three pri- 
vates deficient (viz.) New Holderness Cap 1 Sheppards Quota two & 
Cockermouth [Groton] Cap 1 Kendal s Quota one, who did not Com- 
ply with my orders — 

The officer & men were raised & ready to march the fifteenth day 
of June last — 

Plymouth 14 th Nov r 1781 

David Webster Col . 



[7-79] [Co/. John M c Clary s Return. TJu-ee Months' Men.] 

A return of the Militia raised for Three Months in Col M c Clarys 
Reg* in the year 1781 — 

Nottingham. Marched Sept. 19, 1781 

Levi Leathers Solomon Giles Stephen Hall 

Nicholas Leathers Sam 1 Randall Nathaniel Philbrook 

Northwood. March d Sept. 19 

Jacob Davis Murry 

Deerfield. March d Sept. 19. 

Caleb Philbrook Parker Chase Robert Smart 

Jer y Sawyer Reuben Doe 

Jon* Lock & True Brown March d 4 th October 

Chichester — 4 October 

Simeon Lovering Dudley Swain Jos h Smith 

Epsom — 4 October 

Sam 1 Moulton Jos h Moulton James Wood 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 259 

[7-80] [Co/. Lovezvcll 's Return. Three Months' Men.] 

A Return of the Officers & Soldiers raised in the fifth Regiment 
of Militia in the State of New Hampshire for three months with the 
time J:hey marched, and the Names of the men — 

Amherst. Marched 24 Sep' — 

John Mills Capt. Elijah Averill Peter Abbott 

John Fields Daniel Averill Daniel Wisson 

George Christopher Samuel Phelps Paul Crosby 

Peter Wakefield Edward Hartshorn Joshua Haywood 

Dunstable. Marched 2 2 d Sept — 

Joseph Dix Archibald Harwood Isaac Bowers 

Nottingham West. Marched 2 2 d Sept — 

Nathan Cross Thomas Cross Ezra Wyman 

Amos Roberson David Peabody 

Litchfield. Marched 2 2 d Sept — 

Thomas Youngman Hugh Matthews 

Merrimack. Marched 2 2 d Sept. — 

Thomas Davis Andrew Wilkins Abel Davis 

Wilton. Marched 20 th Sept — 

Samuel Hamblet Jonathan Cram Jun r 

Timothy Dale Jun r James Blanchard 

Hollis. Marched 23 Sept. 

W m Brooks Lieut. Thomas Powell Robert Connick 

Jacob Moore Daniel Merrill Benj a Woods Parker 

Samuel Reed Asa Chamberlain Abner Kies 

Mason. Marched 23 d Sep'. 

Amos Herrick Abijah Eaton Ephraim Nutting 

Jacob Weatherby 

Raby o [None.] 

Dunstable Sept r 24 th 1 78 1 — The foregoing is a true Return — 

Attest Noah Lovewell Col 



[ 7 -8i] [THREE MONTHS' MEN, 1781.] 

{Portsmouth Volunteers.} 

We the Subscribers Voluntarily & Severally Inlist as Soldiers for 
the Town of Portsmouth, to serve in the Army of the Unites States 
of America Three months from the day of signing, unless sooner 
discharged, and in that case to be paid for the time in service only. 
And each of us agree & promise to furnish a good Fire arm, Car- 
touch Box, Blanket & Knapsack — and promise to obey the rules 
& regulations of the Continental Army — In consideration of a faith- 
ful discharge of duty, the said Town of Portsmouth promises and 
obliges themselves to pay Twenty silver dollars per month — 

Witness at Portsmouth afores d the day affixed against each 
Name — 

1781 Sept. 28 Samuel White Cate 1781 Sept. 29. Theodore Marston 

28 John Clark do Jermiah Avery 

28 Solomon Rundlet do Jonathan Blue 

28 William Marden do Joseph True 

28 William ham do Ezekiel knowles 

29 James Lock Oct. i Benjamin Page 
29 John Mills do Thomas Ayers 
do Enoch Butler 

We the Subscribers acknowledge to have Rec d of the Town of 
Portsmouth the full consideration of our wages by the within Enlist- 
ment 

Portsmouth Feb* 1782 

William ham Samuel White Cate Thomas Ayers 

Rec d the within Contents for John Mills & Jona. Blue — per Benj a 
Butler Jun r 

Rec d the within Contents for Enoch Butler — 

per Asa Guile 

Rec d the within wages in full for my son Jerem h Avery 

per John Avery 

Rec d the within wages in full — William Marden 
Rec d the within wages in full — Benjamin Page 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



26l 



Rec d the within wages in full — ezekiel knowles 

Rec d the within wages in full for James Lock & Theodore Marston 
by their Orders — Simon Marston 

Rec d the within wages in full of all Demands on Town or State 
— Portsm Oct 16 th 1782. Joseph True 

Rec d the within mentioned wages in full of all Demands on Town 
or State for my son — William Clark 



[7-84] 



[Colonel Wentwortk 's Return.] 



Return Roll of Men raised from the First Regiment of Militia to 
serve three months, by Order of the Hon ble Committee of Safety 
Sept. ir, 1781. 



NAMES 


Quality 


Time of 

Inlistment 


Towns Engaged for 


Joseph Parsons 


Captain 


I78l 


[Rye] 


Noah Haynes 


Lieut. 




[Greenland] 


Sam 1 White Cate 


Private 


Sept. 28 


Portsmouth 


John Clark 


do 


28 


do 


Solomon Rundlet 


do 


28 


do 


William Marden 


do 


28 


do 


William Ham 


do 


28 


do 


Thomas Ayers 


do 


Oct 1 


do 


Benj a Page 


do 


1 


do 


Joshua Severence 


do 


Sept. 29 


do 


John Mills 


do 


29 


do 


Enoch Butler 


do 


29 


do 


Theodore Marston 


do 


29 


do 


Jerem h Avery 


do 


29 


do 


Jon a Blue 


do 


29 


do 


Joseph True 


do 


29 


do 


Ezekiel Knowles 


do 


29 


do 


Benj a Dame 


do 


18 


Newington 


Ebenezer Nutter 


do 


18 


do 


Nath 1 Foss 


do 


21 


Rye 


Job Foss 


do 


21 


do 


John Yeaton 


do 


21 


do 


Edward Hale 


do 


21 


do 


Reuben Rundlet 


do 


Oct 1 


Stratham 


Daniel Clark 


do 


1 


do 


Daniel French 


do 


1 


do 


John Neal 


do 


1 


do 



262 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



NAMES 


Quality 


Time of 
Inlistment 


Towns they Engaged 
for 


James Palmer 
Isaac Moore 
Elisha Haynes 
John Dearbourn 
William Wallace 


Private 
do 
do 
do 
do 


Oct" i 
i 


Stratham 

do 
Greenland 

do 

do 



Those men marched for Charlestown No. 4 — Portsm , Oct I st 17S1 

Josh a Wentworth Lieut. Col. — 



[7—85] [Co/. Jo Jin Webster s Return.'] 

State of New Hampshire — Chester October 6 th 1781 

In obedience to orders from the Honorabell Committee of Safety 
for said State Dated at Exeter the 11 th of September, 1781, to me 
Directed — Requiring me to send forward to Springfeld Two thirds 
of the Number of the men apportioned to my Regiment by an act 
of the General Court of the forth of July last a greable to said 
orders I omeditly gave orders for thear marching and ackordingly 
thear did march from this Town and Candea, under the care of 
Lieutenant Josiah Flagg as thear Lieutenant, upon the 22 th & 24 th 
days of September past the men whose names are as followeth — 



Parker Morse as Seg' 
Robert Sharle 
Danil Sharle 
William Moor 



Joseph Brown 
John Spiller 
Benjamin True Jr. 
Cahb Richardson 

all the above from Chester 



Gilbert Morse 
Theoder Morse 



John Wasson Jonathan Davis 

Nathaniel Underhill Thomas Anderson 

the above from Candea 

The prepotion for Chester is ten they have sent them all as above : 
the prepotion for Candea five, they have sent four as above : the 
prepotion for Raymond was five : I have had no Return : I shold 
have maid a Return sonner but weatted for it : another Lieutenant 
was apponted but the want of money prevented his going forward 
— the above is a True Return Errows Exceptted from your Humbel 
servnt John Webster Co 1 

To the Charman of the Committy of Safety Exete 



K K VOLUTION ARY WAR ROLLS. 



263 



[7-S6] 



[Col. John Bell's Rettiru.~] 



Col Bell's return of Soldiers raised in his Regiment for 3 months 
in 1 78 1 — 

A Return of the Militia that went from the Towns of London- 
derry Pelham and Windham, and the Time of Their marching — 1781 

From Londonderry. 



Lieut. Jonathan Adams officer for said Militia 
William Dickey 
Thomas Macglaughland 
Adam Dickey 



marched the 26 th September 



william Eastman 
Arthur Nesmith 
Robert Thompson 



Jonathan Tinney 
Josiah Wyman 
John Tarbox 



James Gregg 
Elijah Towns 
Alex 1 M c Murphy 



From Pelham 



marched 

the third day of 

October 



Samuel Cambell 
John Cambell 
william Shadd 



Jesse Wyman 
marched the 29 th of September 



From Windham 



marched the 3 d of October 



Londonderry oct r the 6 th 1781 John Bell 

To the Committee of Safety for y e State of New hampshire 



[7-37] 



[Col. Thomas Stickuey s Retum.~\ 

Concord November 17 th 1781. 



Agreable to an act of the General Court held at Exeter July 4 th 
1 78 1 I have Called on the Several Companys In my Regiment for 
there Quota of men for three months and the Returns are as follows 



Jeremiah Virgin 
Jeremiah Chandler 
Moses Reed 



Co7icord 

Phenehas Ayer 
Joseph Blanchard 



David Eastman 
Millen Kimball 



264 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Moses Colby 
Stephen Putney 
Sam 1 Eastman 



Joseph Hoit 
Nathan Carter 



Samson Batt 
Tho s Curey 



Moses Fellows 
Matthew Greele 



Benj a Davis 



Hopkinton 

Richard Smith 
Moody Clements 

Boscawen 
Jeremiah Carter 

Canterbury 
Peter Blanchard 

Salisbury 
Benj a Sanborn 

Loudon 
John Bus well 



Daniel Stickney 
David Stickney 



Daniel Shephard 



John Sutton 



Elisha Shepard 



Jonas Wyman 



Bow — Daniel Stickney Josiah Chandler 
Pembrook — Aaron Kimball Gideon Piper 
Warner — Elet Colby Ebenezer Eastman 



A true Return of the Soldiers 



Tho s Stickney, Col 



[7-88] [Captain D earing s Co. Order.'] 

Fort Washington Nov. 20, 1781 
Honered Sr Pleas to Pay Captn Ebenezer Dearing all the Wagers 
that is Dew to us as Solgers in the matross Companey and you' 
o Blige your Humbel Servents 



Joseph fellows 
Samuel Rogers 
John Blasdel 

his 

W ra X Batchelder 

mark 



Michel Annis 
Israel Rand 
William Putney 
David Cross 



his 

Benj X Pearce 

mark his 

Ebenezer X Buck 

mark 

Robert Odiorne 

his 

Joseph X Pearce 

mark 



To the Honered Nicklos Gilmon Tresherey for the State of New 
hansher 

Witness Meshash Bell Jr. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



265 



[7-89] [New Hampshire Men in Gen. Hazai s Rcg.~\ 

A Return of the Non Commissioned Officers and Privates belong- 
ing to Brigadier General Hazen's Regiment who are Inhabitants of 
the State of New Hampshire — 



NAMES & RANK 


County 


Town 




Amos Ames Sergeant 


Gloucester 


Norwich 


[Vt.] 


Michael Salter Drum. 


Grafton 


Haverhill 




Jonathan Pratt Fife 


do 


do 




Elisha Brown Private 


do 


do 




Edward Clark do 


do 


do 




Abel Davis Sen r do 






"Merrimack" 






Abel Davis Jun r do 






"Merrimack" 






Ezra Gates do 


Grafton 


Haverhill 




William Gleden do 




New Market 




Benjamin Heath do 


Grafton 


Conway- 




Thomas Hazleton do 


do 


Haverhill 




Winthrop Kenniston do 


Rockingham 


Iping 




Zaccheus Peaslee vol. do 




Dover 




Josiah Pratt do 


Grafton 


Haverhill 




Abner Roe do 


Charlottee 


Rupert 


[Vt] 


Joel Reid do 


Cheshire 


Charlestown 





Edw d Antill L' Col. Command' 

War Office March 19, 1782 
I certify that the above is a true copy from the records of this 
office. Jos. Carleton Sec'y 



[7-9o] 



\Hopkinton Man.] 



This may Certify to all Persons whom it may Con Cern that Sam- 
uel French inlisted and was Mustered on the 5 th day of April 1781 a 
Solder During the war for the Town of Hopkinton 

Joshua Bailey 
then a Commity to inlist men for said Hopkinton 



266 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[7~9 X ] [Co/. Henry Jackson 's Certificates.} 

This may Certify that Sam 1 Spear Soldier in the 9 th Massachusetts 
Regiment is returned as one of the quota of the State of New hamp- 
shire to the Board of War in Philadelphia & is to receive his depre- 
ciation from the s d State of New hampshire 

Boston Mar. 22, 1781 

Henry Jackson Col 9 th Mass. Reg 1 . 



Boston May 4 th 1781 
This may Certify that James Turner is returned belonging to the 
State of New hampshire and said State is to make up his depreciation 

H. Jackson Col 9 th Mass. Regiment 
To whom it may Concern 



[7-92] [CONTINENTAL REGIMENTS, 1781.] 

[Officers in First Regiment.'] 
First Reg* Commanded by Col Cilley 1781 



NAMES 


Rank 


Am' 
Wages 


NAMES 


Rank 


Am* 
Wages 


William Scott 
Nath 1 Gardner 
Jason Wait 
Eben r Frye 
Isaac Farwell 
Simon Sartwell 
Moody Dustin 
Josiah Munroe 
Asa Senter 
Bezaleel Howe 


Maj & Brig. Maj 
Surgeon 

Maj r 
Captain 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Lt. 
do 


760. 

526. 

600. 

480. 

480. 

174.60 

480. 

480. 

421.70 

320. 


Jon a Willard 
Josh a Thompson 
Thorn 8 Blake 
Jona n Perkins 
Joseph Mills 
Hubbard Carter 
John Adams 
Amos Morrill 
David Allen 
J 9 


V & Q. M. 

U 

L* & P. M. 

U 

L l & Adj. 

L* 
U & Ens. 

Maj. 
S. Mate 


476. 

320. 

680. 

320. 

476. 

320. 

200.40 

600. 

328.45 


3443-35 



[7-92] 




First 


Compy 






John Rawlins 


Private 


80. 


Ralph Ellingwood 


Private 


9.70 


Zeph h Downs 


do 


80. 


Sam 1 G. Allen 


do 


80. 


John Humble 


do 


73.20 


John Smith 


do 


64. 


Step n Scranton 


do 


80. 


John Wallace 


do 


63.10 


John Cockran 


do 


80. 


John Scott 


Fife Maj 


98. 


James Gaffett 


Fifer 


88. 


Geo. Montgomery 


Private 


71.30 


Step n Abbot 


Drum r 


44. 


Jonath n Black 


do 


70.20 


Isaac Adams 


Private 


42.20 


Edm d Colby 


do 


61.70 


Dan 1 Sergeant 


do 


80. 


Daniel Colby 


do 


62. 


David Adams 


Corp 1 


88. 


Nich 8 Dodge 


do 


64.80 


James Siels 


Private 


80. 


Phin 8 Fletcher 


do 


55-3° 


Th 8 Kimball 


do 


80. 


William Glines 


do 


61.70 


Will m Pettigrew 


do 


9.70 


Will m Rhines 


do 


61.70 


John Clark 


Drum 1 * 


88. 


Mich 1 Sutton 


do 


61.70 


Th 8 M c Neal 


Corp. & Sgt. 


93-3° 


Steph n Colby 


do 


43-7o 


James Moore 


Private 


80. 


Eliph* Cole 


do 


46.80 


John Smith 


_ Sergt 


120. 


Cato Hale 


do 


48.80 


Sam 1 Marsh 


Priv* & Corp 


80.60 


Henry Steven 


do 


52. 


Abner Wise 


Serg* 


6.27 


Dan 1 Emery 


do 


48.60 


Joseph Wilson 


Private 


80. 


Jon a Barron 


do 


16.60 


Sam 1 Morrison 


do 


80. 


Joseph Grant 


do 


57.10 


Michael Silk 


do 


80. 


John Williams 


do 


6.80 


Sam 1 Boy d 


do 


80. 


Sam 1 Neal 


do 


4.40 


Jacob Taylor 


do 


9.70 


47 


















1220.80 



268 

[7-93] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Second Company. 



NAMES 


Rank 


Am' 
Wages 


NAMES 


Rank 


Am' 
Wages 


Sam 1 Wells 


Ens. & Serg. 


210. 


William Willey 


Private 


80. 


Benj a Cotton 


Serg' 


120. 


Joseph York 


do 


80. 


TV Scott 


do 


61.48 


Jon a Haselton 


do 


80. 


John Ash 


Private 


80. 


Rob' Cunningham 


do 


62.20 


Caesar Barns 


do 


80. 


Nath 1 Grahames 


do 


80. 


Sol Chapman 


do 


80. 


Levi Hutchinson 


do 


22.40 


Theop 8 Cass 


Serg* 


I20. 


Benj a Brown 


do 


80. 


Joshua Danford 


Private 


80. 


Ben. B. Berry 


do 


80. 


Benj a Dowe 


do 


80. 


Jn° Caldwell 


Fifer 


88. 


James Dickey 


do 


80. 


Nath 1 Dickey 


Private 


80. 


Philip Flanders 


do 


3645 


Rich d Drought 


Drum r 


88. 


Dan 1 Kidder 


Fifer 


44. 


Jn° Jennins 


Private 


80. 


Moses Locke 


Private 


80. 


Jn° Lovering 


do 


80. 


Sam 1 Locke 


do 


80. 


John Moors 


do 


79.10 


Florence M c Calley 


do 


80. 


Paul McCoy 


do 


80. 


John Morrill 


Corp 1 


88. 


Will m Nelly 


do 


40.80 


And w M c Intire 


Private 


33-5° 


Israel Hale 


do 


67.10 


Nath 1 Moulton 


do & Corp. 


82. 


Silas Porter 


do 


50.60 


Simon Knowles 


Private 


80. 


Jon a Urine 


do 


61.70 


James Orr 


do 


80. 


Moses Ordway 


do 


55-5° 


Nath 1 Rendall 


do 


80. 


John Putnam 


do 


68.80 


Zadock Reid 


do 


60. 


Sam 1 Adams 


do 


52.40 


Sam 1 Smith 


do 


80. 


Neh h Merrill 


do 


60.60 


Peter R. Stevens 


do 


80. 


Ed\v d Spaulding 


do 


68.40 


Alex. Smith 


do 


80. 


Luther Smith 


do 


66.80 


Peter Wells 


Corp. & Sg' 


101.30 


51 







[7-94] 


Third 


Company. 






Hezek h Clark 


Serg 4 


120. 


Noah Levans 


Private 


80. 


Sam 1 Allen 


Private 


80. 


James Winton 


do 


80. 


Timothy Locke 


Drum r 


88. 


Ezek 1 Thurston 


do 


65.10 


William Brown 


Private 


80. 


Benj a Cresey 


do 


58.60 


David Johnson 


Serg 4 


120. 


Ab m Currier 


do 


59.10 


John Lapish 


Private 


80. 


John Gault 


do 


64.20 


Rich d Robinson 


Serg 4 


120. 


Hugh Moore 


do 


64.60 


Thorn 3 Wilson 


Private 


80. 


Jon a Griffin 


do 


65.30 


Enoch Morse 


Drum r 


75-30 


Will" 1 Kimball 


do 


43-7Q 


Lewis Wisco 


Private 


54.20 


Char 3 Branscomb 


do 


57-30 


Ch 8 Dougherty 


do 


80. 


Tim Farnham 


do 


59.10 


Alph 9 Butler 


do 


80. 


Silas Russell 


do 


55-30 


Solom Harris 


do 


80. 


Ben. W. Grace 


do 


47-30 


Alph s Kingsley 


do 


36.40 


Henry Eastman 


do 


37-30 


Abner Bingham 


do 


14-53 


William Brown 


do 


37-3o 


Thorn 8 Johnson 


do 


63-30 


Peter Stevens 


do 


65.10 


Jon a Morgin 


do 


80. 


Gaines Niles 


do 


87.30 


Joseph Sudrick 


do 


80. 


Eben r Fosgett 


do 


80. 


Eph m Hildrith 


do 


58.80 


Joseph Wilson 


do 


So. 


Reuben Kidder 


do 


67.50 


Ben. Smith 


do 


80. 



[7-95] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Fourth Company. 



269 



NAMES 


Rank 


Am' 
Wages 


NAMES 


Rank 


Am' 
Wages 


Nathan Davis 


Private 


970 


David Wright 


Private 


9.70 


Rob 1 Mason 


do 


9.70 


Joel Proctor 


do 


80. 


Geo. Knox 


do 


26.80 


Medad Taylor 


do 


80. 


Dan 1 Putnam 


do 


80. 


Israel Howe 


do & Corp. 


71.70 


Thom 8 Pratt 


do 


80. 


Benj a Pierce 


Private 


67.10 


Dav 4 Sanderson 


do 


80. 


John Stone 


do 


54.80 


Edw d Evans 


do 


80. 


Asa Redington 


do 


67.IO 



7-96 


Fifth Company. 






Levi Pottle 


Private 


52.40 


Elip 4 Manning 


Private 


80. 


Jn° Abbot Goss 


do 


63.50 


Ben. Smith 


do 


80. 


John Manning 


Serg' 


120. 


Asa Jackson 


do 


56.20 


Josiah Clark 


Private 


71.10 


William Simpson 


Drum r 


88. 


Thomas Fuller 


do 


80. 


Daniel Gould 


Pr. & Corp. 


73- !o 


Samuel Hoit 


Corp 1 


88. 


St n Richardson 


do 


71.10 


Peter Honey 


do 


88. 


Moses Springer 


Private 


58.20 


Calvin Honey 


Private 


76.60 


Joseph Ellison 


do 


54.40 


David Hunt 


do 


80. 


Will™ Gregory 


do 


58.60 


Zacc 8 Hunt 


do 


80. 


Rob 1 Holland 


do 


21.30 


John Kent 


do 


80. 


21 







7-96 


Sixth Company. 






Josiah Magoon 


Private 


66.20 


Sam 1 Danford 


Private 


19.30 


William Lewey 


do 


63.10 


Nathan Shade 


do 


80. 


David Bryant 


do 


80. 


Step" M c Coy 


do 


80. 


Jacob Dayne (}) 


do 


5.67 


Jacob Easman 


Drum 1 


88. 


Sam 1 Fugard 


do 


80. 


Jn° Nicholson 


Priv 1 


25.30 


John Head 


do 


80. 


William Lakin 


do 


80. 


Thomas Hains 


do 


54.40 


John Barlow 


do 


19.10 


Th 6 Matthews 


do 


18.50 


Abiel Chandler 


do 


62.40 


Ichabod Martin 


do 


80. 


Joseph Holman 


do 


58.60 


Obed h M c Lain 


do 


16.60 


And w Ouimby 


do 


62.80 


John Reid 


do 


80. 


Levi Lufkin 


do 


58. 


John Sampson 


do 


80. 


Eph m Blood 


do 


73-3o 


Levi Hoit 


do 


80. 


Isaac Stearns 


do 


61.10 


Jethro Pettingill 


do 


80. 


Eben Scribner 


do 


62.20 


John Riddle 


do 


9.70 


Sam Saunders 


do 


62.20 


John M c Coy 


do 


80. 


Prince Thompson 


do 


30.40 


Dan 1 M c Coy 


do 


80. 


Rob 4 Forrest 


do 


12.40 


John Hall 




66.25 


35 


do 





( 1 ) Dame 



270 

[7-97] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Seventh Company 



[7-93] 



Eighth Company 



NAMES 


Rank 


Am* 
"Wages 


NAMES 


Rank 


Am' 
Wages 


Sam 1 Potter 


Corp. & Serg. 


106.60 


Paris Richardson 


Private 


80. 


Dav d Abraham 


Private 


80. 


William Sisco 


do 


80. 


Joseph Burk 


Serg 4 


120. 


Aaron Adams 


do 


80. 


J s Hawley or Hockley 


Priv' 


80. 


Roger Stevens 


do 


80. 


John Matthews 


do 


65.30 


Will m Hewett 


do & Corp 


87.30 


Jon a Kelley 


do 


80. 


William Page 


Private 


80. 


Tim° Newton 


do 


80. 


Isaac Mitchell 


do 


59.50 


Simeon Powers 


do & Corp. 


87.30 


Joseph B. Hoit 


do 


62.20 


Jon a Pettingill 


Priv 1 


80. 


Andrew Law 


do 


63.50 


William Lattin 


do 


80. 


Rob 1 Stevenson 


do 


46.60 


John Clark 


do 


80. 


Moses Heath 


do 


58.80 


Moses Hutchins 


do 


80. 


Daniel Harper 


do 


62.60 


Bunker Clark 


do 


80. 


Stephen White 


do 


67.IO 


John Cross 


Corp. 


88. 


John Eaton 


do 


58.80 


Matt w Greer 


Priv 1 


80. 


Keys Bradley 


do 


44. 


John Grout 


do 


80. 


John Adams 


do 


70. 


Eben Matthews 


Serg' 


120. 


John Thomas 


do 


64. 


Th s Osgood 


Private 


80. 


Joel Baker 


do 


65.70 


Th s Powers 


do 


80. 


Dan 1 Ashley 


do 


38.40 


Nath 1 Powers 


Corp 1 


88. 


Amos Spafford 


do 


80. 


Abner Powers 


Priv 1 


12.65 


Peter Phillips 


do 


44.80 


Lemuel Rice 


Corp 1 


88. 









Elip' Ouimby 


Serg* 


120 


Th" Watson 


Priv 1 


80. 


Gilbert Caswell 


do 


120 


Rezia Bedee 


do 


80. 


Barn d Sergeant 


Private 


65 


10 Dan 1 Clough 


do 


80. 


William Lang 


Serg 1 


40 


Ben. Dockum 


do 


80. 


John Larrabee 


Private 


80 


Ezek 1 York 


do 


64. 


Reub n Roberts 


do 


80 


Ben. Ward 


do 


64. 


Henry Thompson 


do 


80 


Jos. Hodgman 


do 


52.40 


Jacob Flanders 


do 


80 


Eben r Hoeg 


do 


72.80 


John Dorman 


Corp 1 


88 


Aaron Hays 


do 


61.10 


John Cooper 


Private 


80 


Nathan Foster 


do 


51.10 


James Doud 


do 


2q 


Gideon Fletcher 


do 


63.10 


Brad* Mason 


do 


80 


Benj a Dole 


do 


59.10 


Colburn Parker 


do 


80 


Amos Baker 


do 


67.50 


Jn° T. Far num. 


Corp 1 


88 


Moses Cutter 


do 


63-30 


John Easman Jr 


Priv 4 


S3 


30 Peter Bullard 


do 


70. 


Thomas Harvy 


do 


80 


Eben r Smith 


do 


64.20 


Sam 1 Davis 


do 


80 


Ant'y Gilman 


do 


80. 


John Still 


do 


69 


30 Jon a Thomas 


do 


30.80 


Sam 1 Colby 


do 


80 









REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



271 



[7-99] 


Ninth 


Company. 






NAMES 


Rank 


Am' 
Wages 


NAMES 


Rank 


Am' 
Wages 


Thomas Hunt 


Private 


80. 


John Greely 


Private 


65.IO 


Dan 1 Gage 


Corp. & Serg. 


QO 


60 


Daniel Holt 


do 


67.50 


Amos Snow 


Private 


80 




Joel Holt 


do 


67.50 


John Growe 


do 


80 




Jon a Morse 


do 


54.80 


Eben r Allin 


do 


80 




Josiah Meloon 


do 


46.60 


Benj a Critchett 


do 


80 




Joseph Gilman 


do 


80. 


Joshua Fall 


do 


80 




Will m Lowell 


do 


53-3° 


Benoni Hill 


Fifer 


88 




Isaac Lowell 


do 


53-3° 


Moses Roberts 


Private 


80 




John Loring' 


do 


59.10 


John Morgin 


do 


80 




Ezek 1 Proctor 


do 


46.80 


David Howe 


Corp 1 


88 




Ben. Stone 


do 


58. 


John Smith 


Private 


80 




Morrill Shephard 


do 


54.40 


Isaac Clements 


Serg' 


120 




Francis Jalbert 


do 


68.60 


W ra Taggart 


Private 


80 




Anni h Bohonon 


do 


64.20 


J 3 Chamberlain 


do & Corp. 


■>6 


80 


Jethro Barber 


do 


62.20 


Timothy Abbott 


Private 


67 


^0 


Nath 1 Glines 


do 


80. 


Dan 1 Barker 


do 


67 


50 


Joseph Norris 


Corp. 


10.67 


Hart Balch 


do 


54 


80 


Th 3 M c Glaughlin 


Priv-t 


14.20 


Nath 1 Barrett 


do 


67 


50 


Jon a Griffin 


do 


46. 


Francis Coumo 


do 


55 


<o 


Moses Roberts 


do 


80. 


Josiah Easman 


do 


54 


60 


W m Thompson 


do 


4.80 



[7-100] {Officers in Second Rcgiment.~\ 

Second Reg' Commanded by Col Reid 1781. 



Geo. Reid 


Col 


900. 


Caleb Robinson 


Cap. & Maj 


649.15 


Jere Fogg 


Capt. 


480. 


Moses Dustin 


Capt 


480. 


W m M* Bell 


Lt & Adj 


476. 


Luke Woodbury 


L* 


96.80 


James Can- 


Capt 


480. 


Sam Cherry 


Cap 1 


480. 


Joseph Potter 


Lieut. 


320. 


Pel h Whittemore 


V 


224. 


Rob 1 R. Henry 


Surgeon 


720. 


Geo. P. Frost 


do 


320. 


William Rowell 


Capt 


480. 


Caleb Blodget 


V & 0. M. 


476. 


Enoch Chase 


do 


480. 


Dan 1 Gookin 


L' 


320. 


Josh a Merrow 


Lieut. 


320. 


Sam 1 Morey 


Surg. Mate 


480. 


Sam 1 Adams 


do 


320. 









[7-IOI] 


First Company 






Jon R Downing 


Serg* 


120. 


Nich s Leathers 


Private 


12.40 


Theo 8 Colby 


do 


120. 


Levi Whitman 


do 


80. 


Caesar Wallace 


Private 


80. 


Thorn* Renkin 


Serg' 


120. 


John Smith 


do 


80. 


Jere. Griffin 


Private 


80. 


J s Kennison 


do 


80. 


Ichabod Horn 


do 


80. 


Moses Looge 


Fifer 


88. 


Daniel Horn 


do 


80. 



272 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



NAMES 



Ezekiel Stone 
Ezra Carlton 
Philip Fowler 



Rank 



Private 
Drum 1 
D. Maj 



Am* 
Wages 



So. 
60.26 
108. 



NAMES 



Thomas Webster 
Isaac Davis 
17 



Rank 



Private 
do 



Am* 
Wages 



80. 



[7-101] 


Second Company- 






Stephen Noble 


Private 


80 


And w Johnson 


Private 


80. 


Sam 1 Card 


Serg' 


120 


John Farrar 


do 


59.50 


Joseph Jewell 


Corp 1 


88 


John M c Carty 


do 


67.30 


Job Kinnison 


Drum r 


88 


John Billiard 


do 


68.80 


George Abbot 


Private 


80 


Abner Andrews 


do 


72.60 


Peter Barter 


do 


80 


James Foster 


do 


68.40 


Aaron Bickford 


do 


80 


Sam 1 Kempton 


do 


64.40 


Th s Currier 


Fifer 


88 


Prince Clements 


do 


48.80 


John Kenney 


Corp. & Serg. 


117 


30 Pomp Sherburne 


do 


70. 


John Cook 


Private 


80 


Tobias Cole 


do 


52. 


Will™ Clifford 


Corp 1 


88 


Jon a Sartwell 


do 


61.50 


William Hill 


Serg' 


120 


Mich 1 Sudrich 


do 


51.10 


John Ham 


Private 


80 


Ben. Tate 


do 


22.40 


Zoath Henderson 


do 


80 


Joseph Tate 


do 


55-7° 


Edw a Leavitt 


Corp 1 


88 


Edward Wells 


do 


53-3o 


John Norton 


Private 


80 


Paul Yeaton 


do 


55-7o 


Jn° Sergeant 


do 


67 


70 David Dodge 


do 


67.50 


Moses Spencer 


do 


80 


Joseph Burnham 


do 


80. 


Ph s Wentworth Jr 


Sap. & Miner 


100 


Moses Runnels 


do 


80. 


Benj a Welsh 


Private 


80 


Noah Allard 


do 


I5-30 


Jesse Clark 


Fifer 


88 


Moses Davis 


do 


3-74 


Joseph Bunker 


Private 


78 


80 43 







[7-102] 



Third Company- 



William Gordon 
Henry Barter 
David Colby 
Jon a S. Dudley 
Edw d Eastman 
Moses Ferren 
John Foss 
Joseph Gorden 
Ezek 1 Gilman 
Jon a Hill 
W m Leavitt 
Sam 1 Norris 
John Nichols 
James Norris 
Ab m Perry 



Serg 4 


120. 


Private 


80. 


do & Corp. 


82.60 


Private 


32.40 


do 


80. 


do 


80. 


do & Serg. 


63-30 


Private 


80. 


do & Corp. 


84. 


Priv.&Drum. 


88. 


Private 


8.20 


do 


80. 


Serg' 


120. 


Private 


80. 


do 


80. 



Nat Richardson 
Sam 1 Wilson 
John Ward 
Melcher Ward 
Elkins Moores 
John Hilton 
John Thompson 
Elijah Pollard 
Ezekiel Pollard 
Winthrop Fox 
John Dolloph 
James Dunlap 
Th s Matthews 
Jn° Mannifold 
Geo. Patterson 



Corp. & Serg. 
Private 

do 

do 

do 

Serg' 

Private 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Corp 1 

Private 

do 



106.60 

80. 

80. 

80. 

61.70 
120. 

28.20 

80. 

80. 

80. 

80. 

80. 

88. 

80. 

29.70 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



273 



NAMES 



Alex. Patterson 
Ezekiel Pollard 
David Richards 
John Jewell 
London Daily 
Pearson Huntress 
Dennis Bickford 
John Newman 
Jos. Batchelder 
Ch s Burrows 
Nat. Burbank 
Green d Carpenter 
Nich 8 Coffin 
Jere : Dutch 
John Fellows 



Rank 



Private 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Am* 
Wages 



80. 

80. 

80. 

80. 

80. 

80. 

80. 

62.20 

59-3° 

70.60 

51.10 

64.20 

66.60 

54- 



NAMES 



Jon a Lake 
Dan 1 Marsh 
Saund™ M c Murphy 
Will m Morrison 
John Pease 
Dan 1 Rowell 
Benj a Samborn 
Moses Straw 
Joseph Winch 
Benj a Watson 
Step n Wood 
Caesar Wood 
Thorn 8 Hall 
Moses George 
James Burrows 



Rank 



Private 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Am' 
Wages 



61.50 
67.70 
62.20 
54.40 
69.70 
63.10 
63.70 
54.40 
62.20 
48.20 
60.40 
11.70 
80. 
56.20 
7.65 



[7-104] 


Fourth Company. 






Anthony Hanson 


Serg 4 


120 


Sam 1 Grant 


Private 


80. 


David Morgan 


do 


120 


Will m Scott 


Serg 4 


120. 


Bradb'y Gilman 


Drum 1 


88 


Neh h Stratton 


Priv. & Corp. 


75.70 


James Boyes 


Private 


69 


70 Dan 1 Bradbury 


Private 


58.60 


Ezek 1 Demmery 


do 


80 


Thomas Leach 


do 


66.60 


George Fall 


Serg' 


120 


Jn° Robinson 


do 


59.10 


Edward Grant 


Private 


80 


Toby Cutler 


do 


61.50 


Michael George 


do 


80 


Jesse Dickey 


do 


62. 


James Mardin 


do 


80 


Rob* Fields 


do 


56.60 


Farrar Miller 


do 


80 


John Hamilton 


do 


61.50 


Thomas Wells 


do 


80 


Jacob Hobart 


do 


62.60 


Jon a Godfry 


do 


10 


40 Isaac Hobart 


do 


49.70 


Sim u Moulton 


do 


fS 


50 Asahel Twiss 


do 


48.40 


Jon a Buzell 


do 


16 


80 John Watson 


do 


56.40 


John Smith 


do 


73 


30 Nath n Watson 


do 


56.40 


John Archibald 


do 


80 


Rob 1 York 


do 


64. 


Edw d M c Colley 


do 


80 


John Dole 


do 


60. 


Will m D. Cannon 


do 


80 


Volen 11 Sergeant 


do 


62. 


Simeon Hardy 


do 


80 


Perley Rogers 


do 


80. 


John Clough 


do 


80 


39 







[7-I05] 


Fifth Company. 






David Copp 


Serg 4 


120. 


John Lander 


Private 


80. 


Dan 1 Pinkham 


Drum r 


88. 


Abel Morrill 


Serg 4 


120. 


David Page 


Corp 1 


88. 


Thomas Welsh 


Private 


80. 


John Shephard 


Private 


54.20 


Sam 1 Williams 


do 


80. 


Eben r Cromett 


Serg 4 


120. 


John Rowe 


do 


80. 


Jon a Folsom 


Private 


80. 


Corrydon Chesley 


do 


30. 



18 



274 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



NAMES 


Rank 


Am 4 


NAMES 


Rank 


Am 1 






Wages 






Wages 


Aaron Rawlins 


Private 


80. 


Paul Cook 


Drum r 


88. 


Rob' Rawlins 


do & Corp. 


83-30 


Jude Hall 


Private 


80. 


Carter Gilman 


Private 


80. 


Jon a Margery 


do 


80. 


Matth 6 Welsh 


do 


80. 


Noah Downs 


do 


80. 


Enoch Dockum 


do 


64.40 


John Mitchell 


do 


80. 


Step" Meader 


do 


80. 


James Patten 


do 


80. 


Philip Fowler 


Corp 1 


11.65 


Gilbert Griswell 


do 


80. 


Benj a Berry 


Private 


60. 


James Gorden 


do 


72. 


James Hearne 


do 


56.40 


Enoch Smith 


do 


80. 


Sam 1 French 


do 


58.60 


And w Bickford 


do 


66.40 


Allen Anderson 


do 


70.40 


Robert Chase 


do 


65.30 


Barth w Goyer 


do 


54.80 


Henry Hill 


do 


66.60 


Eben r Goodenough 


do 


62.20 


John Holmes 


do 


56.40 


Elijah Page 


do 


69.70 


Benj a Johnson 


do 


73-3° 


James Blair 


do 


62.20 


James Jones 


do 


55-5° 


John Gray 


do 


56.40 


Sam 1 Punchard 


do 


68.20 


Joseph Johnson 


do 


66.20 


Winthrop Peavey 


do 


66.60 


John Marling 


do 


56.40 


James Rolph 


do 


70. 


Jos. Stevenson 


do 


63.50 


Sam 1 Walker 


do 


50.60 


Sam 1 Rawlins 


do 


67.30 


Benj a Wallace 


do 


64. 


Sam 1 Mills 


do 


70. 


Joseph Proctor 


do 


69.70 


Sam 1 Richardson 


do 


57- 5 


Will™ Stevenson 


do 


26.60 


Stephen Ames 


do 


63- 5 


John Mitchell 


do 


10. 


Will™ Lyons 


do 


54.40 









[The sixth company does not appear in the abstract. — Ed.] 
[7-106] Seventh Company 



Oliver Bacon 


Serg. & Ens. 


210. 


Joseph Mack 


Private 


80. 


John Buss 


Private 


80. 


Nat. Clark 


do & Corp. 


82.60 


John Barter 


do 


80. 


Step n Adams 


Private 


65.50 


Rob 1 Carson 


do 


6.60 


Joseph Davis 


do 


59.10 


Will 1 " Cutler 


do 


80. 


Jon a Eaton 


do 


62. 


Rob 1 Craige 


do 


80. 


John Heywood 


do 


58.80 


David Doe 


do 


80. 


John Morrill 


do 


62. 


John Pendell 


do 


80. 


David Morrill 


do 


37-30 


Jn° Robinson 


do 


80. 


John Mason 


do 


62.20 


Oliver Smith 


do 


120. 


Abel Platts 


do 


61.50 


Edward Wade 


do 


80. 


Tumbrel Pickering 


do 


53-7o 


Edw d Gotham 


Drum . 


88. 


Douglass Stagpole 


do 


48.20 


Will m Hilton 


do 


88. 


Joshua Wilson 


do 


80. 


Aaron Rawlins 


Priv 4 


80. 


Elip' Veasey 


do 


58.80 


Rob 1 M c Knight 


do 


54.20 


Aaron Hale 


do 


62.20 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



275 



[7-I07] 



Eighth Company. 



NAMES 


Rank 


Ai 


n * NAMES 


Rank 


Am' 






Wa 


;es 




Wages 


Will™ Towle 


Serg' 


120 


Nathan Taylor 


Private 


57.20 


Benj a Dodge 


Corp 1 


88 


Sam 1 Walker 


do 


70. 


Francis Walls 


Drum r 


88 


Jn° Week Moore 


do 


60.40 


Philip Blazedell 


Private 


80 


Nath 1 Chase 


do 


45-5° 


John Brasbee 


do 


80 


Tim Kimball 


do 


80. 


Eben r Cook 


do 


80 


Francis Lovejoy 


do 


63-3° 


Thomas Cook 


do 


80 


Joseph Sudrick 


do 


6 3-3° 


Lemuel Duda 


do & Ens. 


200 


Aaron Wood 


do 


67.10 


Geo. Downing 


Priv.Corp.& Serg. 


90 


17 Jos. Webster 


do 


64. 


Henry Durgin 


Private 


80 


Phin s Adams 


do 


69.70 


Ben Dockum 


do 


46 


60 John Bonner 


do 


47.10 


Cato Fisk 


do 


80 


Elijah Clark 


do 


59.10 


Elip Gorden 


do 


80 


W m Ferguson 


do 


65.30 


Theo 3 Lovering 


Serg' 


120 


John Godfrey 


do 


64.80 


Lem 1 Mason 


do & Ens. 


210 


Joseph Hale 


do 


54.20 


Edw* Martin 


Priv. & Corp. 


83 


30 Step n Keyes 


do 


62.20 


Jotham Nute 


Priv. & Serg. 


101 


30 Joseph Lovejoy 


do 


54.20 


Benj a Pinner 


Private 


68 


Abra m Merriam 


do 


55.10 


Joseph Pearle 


do 


80 


Geo. Mansfield 


do 


33-3° 


Oliver Thurston 


Serg' 


15 


30 Stephen Parker 


do 


48. 


Winthrop Wiggin 


do 


120 


John Whitten 


do 


54.20 


David Watson 


Private 


80 


Dan 1 Wilkins 


do 


63.50 


Joseph Young 


do 


80 


John Rogers 


Corp. 


88. 


Joseph Ricker 


do 


80 


47 






[7-108] 


N 


intl 


1 Company. 






Nath 1 Frost 


Serg' 


120 


Joseph Hall 


Private 


80. 


Step u Runnels 


Corp 1 


88 


Volen e Laiton 


do 


80. 


Depen e Colbath 


do 


88 


James Wells 


do 


80. 


Ben Leach 


Private 


80 


Ben Willey 


do 


80. 


Edw d Rendall 


do 


80. 


Jam 5 Dockum 


do 


80. 


Rich d Presby 


Corp 1 


88. 


J s Rowley 


do 


80. 


Isr 1 Runnels 


Private 


80. 


vym Wentworth 


do 


80. 


Sam 1 Ward 


do 


80 


Eben r Whitehouse 


do 


80. 



276 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



NAMES 



William Colby 
Daniel Cook 
Jn° Demerry 
Rich d Flood 
Mich 1 Stocker 
Cato Wallingford 
Samuel Lear 
Jonas Adams 
Peter Cross 
Asa Andrews 
Mos. Danforth 
Henry Danforth 
Jon a Fifield 
Arch d Clark 
Humphry Silk 
Pardon Tabor 
Jesse Walker 
Henry Spalding 
Josiah Hardy 
Dav d Morrison 
Joseph Marshal 
Eliph' Brown 



Rank 



Corp 1 
Priv* 

do 

do 
Drum r 
Private 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Am 4 
Wages 



88. 

80. 

49.10 

63.70 

62.85 

80. 

80. 

73-3o 

58.80 

66. 

58. 

59.10 

60. 

70.60 

63-3° 

66.60 

70. 

66.60 

48.60 

73-30 

59.10 



NAMES 



John Gray 
Elijah Howe 
Ben. Whitcomb 
Will m Bryant 
Jon a Burbank 
Jos h Blodget 
Jos a Danforth 
Manas a Sawyer 
J n° Hodgdon 
Urijah Temple 
Jesse Thompson 
Josiah Burbank 
Den s Hefferin 
David Ladd 
James Lary 
Edw d Marden 
Henry Tibbets 
Jos. Sinclair 
James Sinclair 
Sam Thompson 
Jos. Howe 
59- 



Rank 



Private 

Drum. 

Maj r 

Private 

do 

do 

do 
Serg' 

do 

do 
Private 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Corp 1 

Private 

do & Corp. 



Am* 
Wages 



56.40 



5° 
80 
80 

44 

80 

120 

1 20 

120 

80 

80 

6 

80 

80 

80 

73 
80 
88 
80 
82 



So 



60 



30 



[7-1 10] {Officers in Third Regiment. .] 

1 78 1 Third Reg 1 Commanded by Col Scammell 



NAMES 


Rank 


Am' 

Wages 


NAMES 


Rank 


Am 1 
Wages 


Alex. Scammell 


Col 


690. 


Isaac Frve 


Cap' 


480. 


Henry Dearborne 


L* Col 


762. 


Mark Howe 


Surgeon 


210. 8 


Nich s Gilman 


Cap. & Adj. Gen. 


720. 


Ben. Ellis 


Cap' 


480. 


J s Blanchard 


L* & P. Mr. 


680. 


Nathan Weare 


L' 


320. 


Jon a Cass 


do & do 


S68.35 


Jon a Cilley 


do 


320. 


Jn° Dennett 


Cap 1 


480. 


Arch d Stark 


do 


320. 


Jos. Boynton 


L' & Adj. 


320. 


Brad'y Richards 


Ens. 


no. 


Dan 1 Livermore 


Captain 


480. 


Neal M c Gaffey 


L' 


320. 


David M c Gregore 


do 


480. 


John Harvey 


Ens. & L' 


290.60 


Nathan Hoit 


Lieut. 


80. 


Moses Page 


do & do 


263.70 


Nat Leavitt 


do 


320. 


Rob' B. Wilkins 


do & do 


304.60 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



277 



[7-1 10] 


First Company. 






NAMES 


Rank 


Am* 
Wages 


NAMES 


Rank 


Am' 
Wages 


Edward Mason 
John Jones 
Sam Judkins 
Josh a Snow 


Serg* 

do 

Drum Maj. 

Priv. & Corp. 


120. 
120. 

88. 

84. 


Zacch 5 Clough 
Eph m Dudley 
Sam 1 Silver 


Corp 1 

Private 

do 


88. 

537° 
80. 



[7-1 10] 



Second Company. 



John Shute 
Nath 1 Waldron 
Sam 1 Odiorne 
John Harrington 
Sam 1 Hodgdon 
Simeon Knowles 
William Russell 
Step n Switcher 




Thomas Waters 
James Worster 
William Heath 
Gid u Kirtland 
Barton Pollard 
Thomas Prouse 
Rich d Sherman 
Thomas Shaw 



Private 


80. 


do 


80. 


do 


80. 


do 


80. 


Priv & Serg. 


112. 


Private 


40. 


do 


80. 


do 


7- 



[7-1 1 1] 



Third Company. 



Elisha Neas 


Serg. 


120. 


Dan 1 Libbey 


Priv. 


60. 


Neh h Leavitt 


Private 


69.10 


Jon a Tucker 


do 


80. 


James Libbey 


Corp 1 


88. 


John Wadleigh 


Serg 1 


120. 


Sam 1 Judkins 


Private 


80. 


John Smith 


Priv. 


10.20 


Jonathan Flood 


do 


80. 









[7-1 1 1] 



Fourth Company. 



Rob 1 Levingston 
George Cooper 
Step 11 Webster 
And w White 
Jere. Fairfield 
Thomas Pitts 
Beriah Abbot 
Edward Amies 
Jacob Burkhart 



Serg' 


120. 


do 


120. 


do 


i5-3o 


Corp. & do 


106.27 


Priv. 


70. 


do 


80. 


do 


47.10 


do 


33-30 


do 


9.70 



David Kennison 
David Nevins 
John Trickey 
David Hammond 
Sam 1 Trickey 
Sam 1 Colby 
Will m Morling 
Nath 1 Brown 
Sam 1 Caldwell 



Priv. 
Corp 1 
Priv. 

do 

do 

do 
Drum r 

do 
Priv. 



278 

[7-1 12] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Fifth Company. 



NAMES 



Matt w N. Sanborn 
John Blazedell 
James Floyd 
Step n Atkinson 
James Allard 
Isaac Carkin 
Dan 1 Downing 
Jonath 8 Eaton 
Nathan Greenleaf 
Philip Johnson 
John Ham 
Joseph Nelle 
Mark Nutter 
Ich d Perry 



Rank 



Serg 4 

Corp. & do 

Drum r 

Priv. 

do 

do 

do 
Corp 1 
Priv. 

do 

do 
Serg' 
Priv. 

do 



Am 1 
Wages 



120 
1 12 



40 
76 
80 
88 
80 
80 
80 
120 
80 
80 



80 



NAMES 



St n Richardson 
Elisha Roberts 
Jacob Thomas 
Jn° Youngman 
Step" Hermon 
Jon a Miller 
Jn° Rawlins 
Elip 4 Rawlins 
Rob' Thurston 
Rob 1 Brag 
Rich d Greene 
Jos. Rawlins 
John Taylor 
Jacob Seagel 



Rank 



Priv. 

do 
Fifer 
Priv. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Am 4 
W r ages 



So 
80 
88 

80 
80 

5 r > 
55 
55 

12 

7 

80 
80 
80 
So 



10 

10 

40 
30 



[7-1 13] 



[7-1 1 3] 



Sixth Company. 



Uriah Ballard 


Private 


67.30 


Benj a Smith 


Private 


80. 


Dan 1 Bridges 


do 


80. 


Mat w H. Withington 


do 


26.60 


Rheu n Horsmore 


do 


80. 


Jacob Morse 


do& cor. 


83.60 


Reuben Rand 


do 


80. 


Eben r Carlton 


Priv 4 


80. 


Joseph Gray 


do 


67.50 









Seventh Company. 



Geo. Shepherd 


Priv. 


80. 


John Philips 


Priv 4 


80. 


James Barns 


do 


80. 


Joseph Smith 


Serg 4 


120. 


Richard Cook 


do 


61.70 


John Seshings 


Priv. 


80. 


Silas Fox 


do 


80. 


John Whitten 


do 


61.10 


Sterling Heath 


do 


5r-30 


James Samborn 


Fifer 


88. 


Joseph Hobart 


Corp 1 


88. 


Sam 1 Heath 


Corp. & Serg. 


104. 


Nich 8 Hall 


Drum r 


88. 


Geo. Christopher 


Priv 4 


12. 


Dan 1 Morse 


Priv 4 


80. 


W m Inglish 


do 


80. 


John Peters 


do 


80. 









REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



279 



[7-1 13] 



Eighth Company 



NAMES 


Rank 


Am' 

Wages 


NAMES 


Rank 


Am' 
Wages 


Amasa Parker 
Caleb Aldridge 
Sam 1 Britton 
Naboth Bettison 
James Edy 
Ab m Lawrence 


Serg' 

do 

do 
Priv. 

do 

do 


120. 
120. 
120. 

80. 

80. 

48.40 


Silas Ray 
Pela h Razey 
John Abbot 
Nathan Hoit 
Neh h Philips 


Corp 1 

do 

Drum . 

Priv. & Fife 

Priv. 


88. 

10.67 

88. 

81. 

80. 



[7-1 14] 



Ninth Company 



Stephen Andrews 


Priv. 


80 


Sam. Downing 


Private 


80 




Francis Combs 


do 


80 


Joseph Avery 


do 


80 




Daniel Cross 


do 


80 


Sam 1 York 


do 


80 




Neh h Harbour or ) 


do 


80 


Jacob Gile 


do 


80 




Jn° Nichols \ 


Sol Haseltine 


do 


80 




James Hall 


Serg* 


120 


Asa Crosson 


do 


80 




John Purpell 


Priv. &Corp. 


83 


30 Benj a Morse 


Serg 1 


120 




Benj a Powell 


Drum r 


88 


And w M c Gaffey 


Drum . 


88 




Edw d Webber 


Private 


80 


J s Cavenaugh 


Priv' 


S6 


60 


Joseph Wheat 


Corp 1 


88 


James Harvey 


Serg 1 


120 




John Combs 


Private 


Q 


50 Rich d Samborn 


Fifer 


88 




Geo. Fishley 


do 


6 


80 John Foss 


do 


80 




Jos. Green 


do 


80 


John Weeks 


Priv. 


80 




Moses Duty 


do 


80 


Arch d Clark 


do 


80 




James Turner 


do 


2 


Selah How 


do 


80 




David Cook 


Serg' 


120 


Will" 1 Moulton 


do 


80 




Thomas Harvey 


do 


120 


John Blair 


do 


80 




Ben. or Benoni Drew 


Drum . 


88 


Sam 1 Spear 


do 


14 


80 


Rob' Ellis 


Priv 1 


80 









28o REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[7-1 16] Army Depreciation — 

paid Eben Green a Capt in Col Bedels Reg' agreable to a Resolve 

of Congress — balance wages from 22 d Jan 1776 to Dec r 31, 1779 1350.30 

Brigadier John Stark for bal e Wages from Jan 1, 1778 to Jan'y 

1, 1780 2675. 

4025.30 

Army pay for 1 780 

Eben Green 12 m° to Jan'y 81 243.67 

Gen Jn° Stark from 1 Jan 80 to 1 Jan 81 1479.41 

Army pay for 1781 

Capt. Eben Green his wages to Jan 1, 1782 532.00 

Brig Gen Jn° Stark for do — 1781 to 1782 1500.00 

[7-1 18] 

1 Reg 1 Col° Cilley 1781 Officers 19 
Non-Commissioned Officers and Privates 330 

2 Reg 4 Col° Geo Reid 1781 Officers 19 
Non-Commissioned Officers and Privates 354 

3 [Reg.] Col° Scammell [1781] Officers 22 
Non-Commissioned Officers and Privates 151 

whole am 895 



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MENS NAMES 






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Peter Gilman 
Seth Spring 
Robert Simpson 
Nicholas Gilman 
David Piper 
Joseph Eaton 
John Piper 
Reuben Perkins 
Moses Senter 
Jonathan Crosby 
John Edgerley 
Jeremiah Taylor 
Josiah Samborn 


John Caty Gale 
William Weeks 
Samuel Brier 
Nathaniel Coverly 
Chase Robertson 



282 



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[7-120] 



[Osgood's & Walkers Scouts.'] 



A Pay Roll of a party of Men, employed by the Town of Conway, 
in the State of New Hampshire, as a scouting party for the security 
of said Conway and Towns adjacent, against an Indian Invasion — 



MENS NAMES 


- 
w 53 

■sl 

.E M 

H 




Time of 
Service 


U 


c 

3 
O 

S 
< 


Cap James Osgood 
Ebenezer Hall 
Stephen Webster 
Jonathan Philbrick 


1781 

Aug 16 


Sep 12 

< i 


Days 

28 
n 

a 

Li 


40 J. 

( f 

< i 
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I-I7-4 
1. 17.4 

I-I7-4 
I-I7-4 



Sam 1 Osgood 





1781 










L l Ezekiel Walker 


Aug 16 


Aug 31 


16 


40 S. 


I. I.4 


Philip Page 


a 






a 






I. 1.4 


Joshua Kelly 


a 






a 






I. I.4 


Peter Coffin 


a 






i i 






I. I.4 


John Chase 


a 






i i 






I. 1.4 


Austin George 


a 






a 






I. I.4 


Charles Hill 


t i 






a 






I. I.4 


John Chase jr 


a 






a 






I. I.4 


John Wilson 


a 






i i 






I. I.4 


Jeremiah Lovering 


a 






i i 






I. I.4 



Ezek 1 Walker 



Cap Elijah Dinsmore 

Seth Spring 

Stephen Merrill 
Extra pay for 1 Serp in s d party 28 days 8s. pr 
1 do 16 do 



Aug 16 

a 


Aug 25 

a 


10 days 

i i 


40 S. 

a 


a 


a 


a 


a 



mo. 



13-4 
•13-4 

13-4 
7-9 
4-3 



,£20.14.8 



Strafford ss. Conway Dec 1 ' 24th 1781. The within named James 
[Ezekiel] Walker & James Osgood personally appeared and made 
so emn oath to the truth & justice of the within Roll. 

before me Dav d Page Jus Peace 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



28S 



In Committee on Claims ) This pay roll is right cast, amount 
Exeter January 2 d 1782 ) Twenty pounds fourteen shillings & 8 d 
Lawful Money — Ex d pr Josiah Gilman Jun r 

A warrant was issued for the within sum J. Pearson D. Sec'y 

Copy Ex d P. Boyer jr 



[7-1 22-1 27] {Bounties to Continental Soldiers, 1782.] 

Account of State Bounties for Continental Soldiers who Inlisted 
in the year 1782 for three years or during the War. 



Feb'y 28 


Sam 1 Yeaton 


May 4 


Sam 1 Chase 


Mar. 6 


Thomas Cammett 


6 


Hugh Gogin 


L3 


John Webber 


7 


Sam 1 Morrill 


22 


Nath 1 Bean 




Edward Sawyer 


29 


Moses Cooper 




Taylor Joslin 


Apr. 2 


Hezekiah Colby 




John MTaughlin 


3 


Jon a Cooper 




Eben r Coston 


4 


John Russell 


8 


Henry Smith 


6 


Peter Williams 




John Leavitt 


8 


John Williams 




William P. Prescott 


12 


John Worth 


9 


Abner Coffin 


a 


Reuben Stickney 




W m Bachelder 


14 


Abel Sargent 




Benj a Smith 


it 


Abel Morrill 




Jon a Rundlett 


15 


Joseph Tucker 




James Norris 


(i 


Daniel Clay 




Benj a Smart 


16 


Abraham Brown 




Primus Lane 


it 


Edward Hammilton 


10 


Aaron Bassford 


19 


Mark Duty 




Stephen Bohonnon 


20 


Sam 1 Barker 




Robert Collins 


2 3 


Ichabod Twilight 




Solomon Drowne 


24 


Joseph Chase 




William Hall 


27 


Jon a Burke 




Nehemiah Lincoln 


3° 


Nath 1 Call 




Nath 1 Stevens 


May 2 


Moses Basford 




Jon a Moulton 


n 


Nath 1 Breed 




Edward West 


3 


Joseph Clark 




Enoch Badger 


a 


Cato Smith 




David Haskel 


it 


Geo. Emerson 




Joseph Spaulding 


it 


Asa Putney 




Ezek 1 Brooks 


a 


Geo. M c Alpin 


11 


Isaac Patterson 


4 


Thos. Dolloff 


it 


Benj a Pressey 


it 


Eben r Currier 


J 3 


David Clark 



286 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



May 13 


Cornelius Vanderburg 


]ul} 'a J 


Isaac Wilkins 


14 


Joseph Kenniston 




Andrew Bradford 


15 


Daniel Greeley 




James Auld 


n 


Jere Fogg 




W m Heywood 


a 


John Sanborn 




Adam Patterson 


a 


John Blanchard 




Tho s Peabody 


a 


Dan 1 Doine 




Dan 1 Wesson 


il 


Rob 1 Hamphill 




Enoch Carlton 


a 


Jere h Rollins 




Benj a Tucke 


a 


Josiah Chase 




Henry Hanley 


a 


Levi Chapman 




Ephraim Goose 


a 


Ephraim Stone 




Peter Goose [Goss] 


a 


Isaac Butterfield 




Stephen R. Youngman 


17 


Caleb Fitch 




James Moore 


a 


John Woolcot 




Moses Moore 


iS 


Jon a Ellis 




Matthew Steward 


t t 


Moses Colby 




Rob' Morrill 


i 1 


Dan 1 Kimball 




Edward Jones 


a 


Stephen Putney 




Asa Kittridge 


20 


David Jewell 




Jere h Tyler 


21 


Peasley Eastman 




Eleazer Bullard 


i i 


Levi Goodenough 




Jacob Weathersbe 


a 


W m C. Peavey 


2 


Roger Blaisdell 


29 


Jere h Foster 




Jon a Norris 


3° 


Tho s Ellis 




Peter Cammet 


a 


Andrew Nelson 




Eben r Eaton 


3 1 


John Kenney 




Jon a Locke 


June 4 


James Houghton 




Sam 1 Rob 


il 


John Coombs 


3 


Asaph Bridgham 


11 


Rob' Hastings 




Philip Johnson 


12 


Joseph Smith 


4 


Dan 1 French 


l6 


William Hobart 




William Babb 


19 


Ezek 1 Smith 


5 


John Rollings 


1 1 


Micah Chapman 




Moses Norris 


i i 


Primus Stewart 




John Moore 


20 


Sam 1 Brown 




Benj a Sanborn 


i i 


James Seals 


8 


Jason Hazard 


a 


Joseph Hobbs 




John Fox 


a 


Simon Butterfield 




Nathan Smith 


a 


Sam 1 Fuller 




Josiah Simpson 


2 5 


William Greenleaf 




Josiah Sanborn 


26 


Leonard Weeks 


9 


Simon Downing 


28 


Benj a Stone 




Edward Currier 


July 1 


James Gordon 




James Maxwell 


a 


John Peabody 




David Steele 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



287 



July 10 


1 
William Taylor 


July 26 


Solomon Gilson 


n 


John Andrews 


1 1 


Abr a Thomson 


1 1 


Aaron Potter 


a 


Webber Rowe 


13 


William Hays 


27 


Jon a Bunker 


(< 


Reuben Kezar 


29 


Humphrey Hunt 


.-. 


Jon a Kelsey 


1 1 


John Anderson 


<< 


London M c Gregore 


3° 


John Reed 


<( 


William Hardy 


a 


Jeremy Smith 


15 


Sam 1 Spaulden 


n 


David Kittridge 


I i 


William Jones 


3 1 


W m Hamlet 


it 


Jabez Youngman 


a 


Benj a Fellows 


a 


Stephen Spaulden 


Aug. 2 


Abr a Tucker 


it 


Silas Whitney 


3 


Benj a Robie 


1 i 


Ezra Miriam 


4 


Benj a Lamprey 


a 


John Rob 


" 


Rob' Odiorne 


a 


John Bennet 


a 


Jedediah Elliot 


a 


Primus Stuart 


6 


Benj a Quinby 


11 


Rufiis Patrick 


a 


James Randell 


a 


Moses M. Howe 


7 


Winthrop Davis 


a 


Arkey Temple 


a 


Daniel Campbell 


et 


Charles Cavenough 


a 


Silas Stanton 


it 


Abner Hoit 


IO 


Ezek 1 Flanders 


1 1 


Moses Chandler 


14 


Enoch Swett 


et 


Ami Andrews 


it 


Offen French 


1 1 


Moses Reed 


a 


Rob' Cochran 


1 1 


John M c Curdy 


15 


Tim° Head 


l6 


Edward Emerson 


1 1 


Ja s Head 


it 


Enoch Leathers 


a 


Eleazer Jordan 


it 


Abraham Knight 


1 1 


Abr a Wellman 


a 


Josiah Allen 


" 


James Simonds 


1 1 


John Knight 


17 


Elijah Buzzell 


it 


I. Brainard Spencer 


i 1 


John Tibbets 


17 


Thomas Welch 


it 


Israel Wing 


it 


Isaac Cady 


20 


John Tucker 


l8 


James Danielson 


22 


John Chase 


a 


Stephen Hall 


1 1 


Robinson Smith 


a 


Elijah Hall 


a 


James Marston 


a 


Tho s Watson 


24 


Page Towle 


it 


Rums Watson 


26 


Joseph Lord 


22 


John Randell 


i i 


James Huckins 


24 


Darius Reed 


28 


Henry Shaw 


it 


Elijah Stanton 


Sep r 4 


Moses Rowell 


a 


Tho s Baker 


21 


Jon a Smart 


2 5 


Eben r Kenniston 


3° 


James Nokes 


26 


Isaac Head 


Oct. iS 


John White 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Oct. 31 

Dec. 10 

13 



James Goodwin 
Paul Blazo 
Thomas Blazo 
Nath 1 Marston 



Dec. 18 



Dan 1 Cross 
David Meloon 
William Cushing 
Abraham Matthews 



United States to the State of New Hampshire Dr. 

1782 To Bounties paid to 254 men as per the foregoing List 

@ ^20. per man ^5°^°-°' 

N. B. By an act of the General Court passed the 21 day of March 
1782, a Bounty of ,£20, was granted for every recruit enlisted to serve 
in the Continental Army for the Term of three years or during the 
War — with Interest from the time of mustering — 

(Signed) Attest, Joseph Gilman 
Copy of the Acco 1 made out from the books 
Ex d P. Boyer jr 

[7-127] [Enlistment Document.] 

I the Subscriber for Value Received do Voluntary Inlist & Ingage 
my Self as a Soldier in the Continental Service During the term 
of three years (unless Sooner Discharged) for the Town of Campton 
and do acknowledge that I have Received of the Select Men of said 
Campton a note of hand of Sixty Pounds Lawful Money as a hire 
for Said Service — ■ 

as witness my hand William Hobart 

Campton May 24 — 1782. ,£60.0. 



[7-128] [Master-Roll of Sergeant Blake s Party.] 

Muster Roll of a party of men raised by order of the General 
Court for the Defence of the Frontiers at the Upper Coos com- 
manded by James Blake acting as Serjeant 



No. 



Appointed 



April 13 th 1782 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Serjeants 



James Blake Serj' 
James Burnside 
Caleb Marshall 
Archippus Blogget 
Joshua Lamkins 
James Curtiss 



For what term 



Nov 1 



30- 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



1782 



Remarks 







REVOLUTIONARY WAR 


ROLLS. 


289 


No. 


Appointed 


Serjeants 


For what term 


Remarks 


6 

7 
8 

9 

IO 

n 


April 13 th 1782 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


Elijah Bloget 
Jonas Wilder Jun r 
Dennis Standley 
Moses Page 
James Brown 
Nathan Caswell Jun r 


Nov r 30 th 1782 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 





April 16 th 1782 Then Mustered Serj 4 James Blakes Core as 
specind in the above Roll Jer h Eames Muster Master 

I do swear that the above Muster Roll is a true state of the Corps 
without Fraud to the state or to any individual according to the best 
of my knowledge 

Sworn before me at Lancaster the 26 day of July 1783 

Edwards Bucknam Justice Peace 

[The foregoing party was raised in accordance with a vote of the 
legislature of January 10, 1782. — Ed.] 

[5-318] 

Pay Roll of a party of Soldiers raised by order of the General 
Court for the defence of the Frontiers at the upper Co'os whereof 
James Blake was serj 1 















NAMES 


Rank 


Commencement 


Time of 




Total Am 






of Pay 1782 


Service 


per Month 


of Pay. 








Mo davs 


Dollars 




James Blake 


Serg* 


Ap 1 13 


7.18 


IO 


^22.l6. 


James Burnside 


Private 


do 


7 


18 


6*/3 


15 


4- 


Caleb Marshall 


do 


do 


7 


18 


6-/3 


15 


4- 


Archippus Blodget 


do 


do 


7 


18 


&A 


15 


4- 


Joshua Lamkins 


do 


do 


7 


18 


6^ 


15 


4- 


James Curtiss 


do 


do 


7 


18 


6^ 


15 


4- 


Elijah Blodget 


do 


do 


7 


18 


6^/3 


15 


4- 


Jon a Wilder Jun r 


do 


do 


7 


18 


6^ 


IS 


4- 


Dennis Standley 


do 


do 


7 


18 


6^ 


is 


4- 


Moses Page 


do 


do 


7 


18 


6^ 


IS 


4- 


James Brown 


do 


do 


7 


18 


6^ 


IS 


4- 


Nathan Caswell j r 


do 


do 


7 


18 


6^ 


15 


4- 






^190 





















James Blak serj' 



10 



29O REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

State of New Hampshire Grafton ss. Lancaster July 7th 1783. 
Then parsonally appeared the above named James Blake and made 
solemn oath to his fidelity in making out the above pay Roll. 

Before me Edward Bucknam Jus Peace 

We the subscribers do acknowledge to have received the several 
sums set against our names in full of the within Roll. 

Thomas Burnside, John Calf per order from Caleb Marshall, John 
Calf per order from James Blake — Edw d Bucknam, — Received the 
wages due to Archippus Bloget, Joshua Lamkin, James Curtiss, 
Elijah Blodget & James Brown on the within Roll in consequence of 
an order given to L l John Holbook I say rec d per me Jn° Calfe — 

Exeter April 5th 1784. Received the wages due to Jonas Page & 
Moses Wilder Jun r John Wilder 

22 d Feb y 1786. Received an order for the wages due to Nathan 
Caswell J 1 per order James Brown 

In Committee on Claims Concord Nov r 5, 1783. 
This pay Roll agrees with the muster roll & Amounts to one 
hundred and ninety pounds. Ex d per Josiah Gilman J r 



[7-129] [Soldiers Order.} 

To the Honb 1 President of the State of New Hampshire 

S r Please to pay to John Calfe the wages Rations &c that is due 
to me on a pay roll presented by James Blake Serg 1 & Commander 
of a Scouting party for the Defence of the Western Frontiers in the 
year 1782— Caleb Marshall 



[7-130] [Sergeant James Blake s Certificate.} 

Whereas that I the Subscriber James Blake of Northumberland in- 
listed a Sergant In year 1782 — and Rec d orders to Inlist 1 1 men to be 
under my Command to Scout & Guard on the frontiers in the upper 
Coos, from y e 13 th April at which time our inlistment Began, and 
Discharged y e Last of Nov. 1782 as will appear by my Pay Roll Sent 
in and allowed — therefore this may Certify to whom it may Con- 
cern, that I found myself and each Soldier that was under my Com- 
mand found themselves the whole of the time from y e 1 3 th day April 
1782 to the Last day of Nov. following 

Per me James Blake Serjant 

Northumberland march 23 d 1784 — 

To the Hon ble Committee of Safety State New hampshire 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



29I 



State of Newhamshire 

Grafton ss. 
Lancaster march 23 d 1784 — Personally appeared the above 
Named James Blake and made oath to the Truth of the above Decla- 
ration by him Subscribed — Before me Edw ds Jus e Peace 

[The above was probably sworn to before Edwards Bucknam, of 
Lancaster. — Ed.] 



[7-132] 



[Rations Due Sergeant Blake's Seouts.] 



State of New Hampshire — Grafton ss — 

Rations due to twelve men while in Service in the State of New 
Hampshire & Raised for a Scouting Party on the Frontiers in the 
upper Co'os in the year 1782 and inlisted the 13 th Day of April 1782 
and discharged last day of Nov r following — and each man found 

mself said Term — 



MENS NAMES INLISTED 


When inlisted 


When 
Discharged 


Months 

in 
service 


Days 


Rations 
Due 




1782 


Nov r 








James Blake Serg' 


April 13 


30 Day 


7 


1 7 Days 


£** 


Archippus Blodgett 


!3 


3° 


7 


17 


12 


Joshua Lamkins 


l 3 


3° 


7 


17 


12 


James Brown 


13 


3° 


7 


17 


12 


Elijah Blodgett 


x 3 


30 


7 


17 


12 


Dennis Stanley- 


x 3 


3° 


7 


17 


12 


Moses Page 


l 3 


3° 


7 


17 


12 


James Wilder 


I 3 


3° 


7 


17 


12 


Caleb Marshall 


l 3 


3° 


7 


17 


12 


James Burnside 


x 3 


3° 


7 


17 


12 


Nathan Caswell Jr 


1 3 


3° 


7 


17 


12 


James Curtis 


13 


3° 


7 


17 


12 




144.0.0 



This Bill of Rations made up this 23 d Day of March 1784 

James Blake Sergeant 
State of New Hampshire. 
Grafton ss. Lancaster March 23 d 1784 

Personally appeared the above named James Blake and made oath 
of his fidelity in making out this bill of Rations — Before me 

Edwards Bucknam Jus Peace 



292 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

The Committee on the within Roll beg leave to Report, that the 
Serjeant and his men be allowed Twelve Pounds each for billeting 
themselves, and that the President give order accordingly on their 
producing a Certificate from Capt. Jere. Eames that they have not 
received it of him — J. Gilman 

State of New Hampshire — In the House of Representatives Oct r 
29 th 1784 The foregoing Report being Read & Considered Voted 
that it be received & accepted — Sent up for concurrence — 

Geo. Atkinson Speaker 

In Senate the same day read and Concurred 

E. Thompson Sec y 



[7-134] 

Stratford January 25 th 1784 

To Nicholas Gillman Esq r Treasurer of the Commonwealth of 
New Hampshire — 

Sir — We the Subscribers, having served as Soldiers on thefronteer 
Towns in this Place, agreeable to an act of this State ; Under the 
Command of Serj 1 James Blake, for the tirm of sevin Months Eigh- 
teen Days in the year 1782, For which service we have not Received 
any Compensation, either as wages, or for our Rations in which 
we found our selves Dureing the afforesaid time. 

We therefore beg, your Honnour will be pleased to Grant us orders 
on the Cunsterbles of this Town for that purpos ; as we are content 
to receive it in that Channel ; and send the same, by the bearer 
hereof L* John Holbrook, which will ever oblige, Sir with Respect, 
Your Humb 1 Subscribers 

Joshua Lamkin Archeppus Blogget 

James Brown Elijah Blogget James Curtiss 

thes five ware Soldiers under me Serg 1 James Blake 



[7-136] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

'[Sergeant James Ladd's Scouts.'] 



293 



Muster Roll of a Party of Men Raised by order of the Court of 
New Hampshire for the Defence of the Western Frontiers at Co'os 
Commanded by Serg 1 James Ladd 



No. 


Appointed 


[Names] 


To what time 


1 
1 

2 


Jan y 28, 82 
do 
do 


James Ladd 
Michael Johnstone 
Elisha Locke 


Serjeant 

Priv' 

do 


28 March 1782 
9 th April do 
do 


3 

4 

5 
6 


do 
do 
do 
do 


Avery Sanders 
Aaron Putney 
Jonathan Ladd 
William Locke 


do 
do 
do 
do 


2 nd do 

9 th do 

do 

do 


7 


do 


Asa Ladd 


do 


do 


8 


do 


Joseph Ladd 


do 


do 


9 


do 


Reuben Locke 


do 


do 


10 


do 


Noah Moulton 


do 


3 rd do 


11 


do 


John Rich 


do 


9 do 



February 10 th 1782 then Mustered Serjeant James Ladds Core as 
specified in the above Roll 

per Charles Johnston 

[The foregoing party was raised in accordance with a vote of the 
legislature of January 10, 1782. — Ed.] 



[On Wednesday, June 26th, 1782, the general assembly voted 
"that two companies of good able bodied effective men be immedi- 
ately raised instead of the fifty men voted to be raised by the Gen- 
eral Court at their last session ; that each company consist of fifty 
men exclusive of Commissioned officers." These companies were 
to be under the command of Col. Charles Johnstone, who was author- 
ized to provide rations, etc., for them. The men were to be raised 
from the following militia regiments. 

One captain from Colonel Stickney's regiment. 
One lieutenant from Colonel Kelley's regiment. 1 
One captain from Colonel Ellis's regiment, and Lieutenant James 
Ladd of Colonel Johnstone's regiment. 



294 

Col. 



Captain Ebenezer Webster, of Salisbury, was designated to take 
command of the first company, and Captain Jonathan Smith, of 
Surry, of the other. Following are the pay-rolls. — Ed.] 



REVOLUTIONARY 


WAR ROLLS. 




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Lovewell's " 


7 
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13 
11 


Col. Ellis's, 
" Webber's, 
" Chase's, 
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9 

7 
6 


Hale's 


13 


" David Webster's, 


4 



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Jon a Ladd 
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Elisha Cleveland 
Noah Moulton 
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Joseph Ladd 
Asa Ladd 
Reuben Page 
Michael Johnson 
John Page 



296 



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Benj a Kittridge 
Zebulon Gilman 
Edmund Easman 
Henry Easman 
James Smith 
Simeon Easman 
Ephraim Hunt 
Jeremiah Bowen 
Noah Farwell 
Jon n Farwell 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



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This is a true roll Attest Jon a Smith 

Rockingham ss — Nov 22 d 1782 — The Truth and justice of the 
above pay Roll was sworn to before Joseph Gilman Jus Peace 

The above Roll amounting to one hundred and ninety four pounds 
eleven shillings and 2 d Lawful Money is right cast — examined by 
the Committee on Claims Att. J. Gilman 

Ex d P. Boyer j r 



[7-i 5 1] 



\_Sergeant Philip Pages Scouts .] 



Pay Roll for a Serjeant and five privates draughted from Col° 
Richardsons Regiment to serve as a scouting party on Andrewscog- 
gins River, allowing one days pay for every twenty miles travel from 
their homes to Conway — 1782. 



NAMES 


Time of 
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Discharge 


Time 

in 
Service 


Rate 
month 


Amount 
Wages 


Phillip Page Serj' 
Reuben Moulton Priv' 
John Sanborn do 
Charles jacket do 
David Blake do 
John Briant do 


Aug 19 

14 

22 

24 

Sep. 1 

1 


Nov 25 

27 
27 
27 
27 
27 


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3- 4 
2.27 
2.27 


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2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


9.14. 
6.18.8 

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6. 5.4 
5.16. 
5.16. 




,£40.18. 



This is a true Roll — attest — David Page 

Rockingham County ) 

State of New Hamp r \ June 16th 1783. The truth and justice of 

this Roll was sworn to by David Page Esq r of Conway before me. 

Nathaniel Folsom Justice of the Peace 
In Committee on Claims [ 

Concord June 16, 1783 \ This Roll amounting to Forty pounds 
eighteen shillings is right. Ex d Josiah Gilman Jun r 

Ex d P. Boyer j r 



3<X> REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[7-152] {Return of Men for Captain Salter's Co.] 

State of New Hampshire — Chester August 29 th 1782 

In obediance to orders from the the Honora ble Committee of Safety 
for said state dated at Exeter July 12 th 1782 to Rase four ablebodied 
effective men out of my Regiment to serve at Portsmouth under the 
command of Cap 1 Titus Salter : until the Last Day of December 
next unless sonner discharged : agreabel to said orders I have yused 
my best indeavers to have said men Procured : and the men hear- 
after named have ben inlisted : and I have given them orders to 
Repear to Portsmouth and put themselves under the care of Cap 1 
Titus Salter — 

Paul Clark ( from & for the Town of Chester — 

Nathan Beary \ thiar prepotion 
from Candea thea Returned 
Jonathan Currier — thiar prepotion 

from Raymond I have had no return whitch is the Resen of my 
being solate in mine the above is a true Return earos exceptted 

from me John Webster — Col 1 

To the Honora bl Charman of the Committee of Saftey in Exeter 

Addition to Capt Salters Roll for the year 1782. 

Jesse Davis 3 M° 7 Days £6. 9.4 

Nathan Berry 3 — 22 — ■ 7-9-4 

Paul Clark 3 — 22 — 7. 9.4 

David Nudd 3 — 10 — 6.13.4 



£**■ 

The above soldiers who are returned deserters by Cap 1 Salter are 
made up agreeably to a Resolve of the Gen 1 Court of Decem r 26, 
1783 — 

[The rolls of Captain Salter's company for 1782 have not been 
found. — Ed.] 



[7-154] 

[Promotions in New Hampshire Continental Regiments, 1782.] 

A List of promotions to take place in the New Hampshire Line in 
the Continental Army agreeable to Seniority, to be presented to the 
Honorable, the General Assembly of the State — Captain James 
Carr, promoted Maj r 2 d Reg 4 from 8 th Dec 1 ' 1782 — vice Maj r Wait 
resigned. Lieutenant William Mord nt Bell to be Captain 2 d Reg. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



30I 



from 21 Nov r — vice Captain Chase resigned. Lieu 1 Geo. P. Frost, 
to be Captain I st Regiment 6 th December 1782 — vice Cap* E. Frye 
Cashired. U Jonathan Cass to be Captain 2 d Regiment 8 th Decem- 
ber 1782 — vice Captain Carr promoted. Ensign John Harvey to 
Lieutenant I st Regiment 12 th May 1781 — vice Lieut Senter pro- 
moted. Ensign John Adams Lieu 1 2 d Regiment 6 th October 1781 — 
vice Lieu 4 Potter promoted. Ensign Oliver Bacon — Lieu' I st Reg- 
iment 13 th April 1782 — vice L l Willard resigned. Ensign Lemuel 
B. Mason, to Lieu 1 I st Regiment 30 th Aug 1782 — vice L l Carter 
resigned. 

Made out in Camp this 12 th day of December 1782. 
Geo. Reid U Col° Command 1 
H. Dearborn L l Col° Comd' I st N. H. Reg. 

N. B. there are still five lieutenants, and eighteen Ensigns want- 
ing to complete the officers of the two Regiments in the N. Hamp- 
shire Line — Geo. Reid U Col Comd* 

[The foregoing was read and accepted by the House of Repre- 
sentatives and concurred by the Council, Dec. 16, 1782. — Ed.] 



[7-156] 

[New Hampshire Men Who Served in the Independent Regiments.^ 

Return of Officers and Men belonging to and part of the Quota 
of the State of New Hampshire in the additional Regiments and 
Independent Corps of the Army with the Towns and Counties to 
which they belong taken from the several Returns remaining in the 
War office — 



Names 


Rank 


Corps 


Towns 


Counties 


Thomas Piper 


Private 


Gibb's Guards 


Walsborough 


Rockingham 


Henry Snow 


do 


do 


Plymouth 


Grafton 


Daniel Cook 


do 


do 


Rochester 


Dover 


Ebenezer Carleton 


do 


do 


Wilton 


Hillsborough 


Samuel Smith 


do 


do 


Dun barton 


Exeter 


Timothy Ricker 


do 


do 


Rochester 


Dover 


Elisha Hoit 


Corporal 


Cranes Artil'y 


a 


(< 


Jacob Whiter 


Bombardier 


do 


Kent 


Grants [Vt] 


Eliphalet Kimball 


Drummer 


do 


Charlestown 


N° Four 


Hanet Kimball 


Fife 


do 


do 


do 


Samuel Parker 


Matross 


do 


Lymden 


Grafton 



302 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Names 


Rank 


Corps 


Towns 


Counties 


Lutner Lincoln 


Matross 


Cranes Artil'y 


Hanover 


Grafton 


Ephraim Sufferanus 


do 


do 


(< 


do 


Michael Salter 


Drummer 


Hazens Reg' 


Haverhill 


do 


Jonathan Pratt 


Fifer 


do 


do 


do 


Elisha Brown 


Private 


do 


do 


do 


William Gledin 


do 


do 


New Market 




Benjamin Heath 


do 


do 


Conway 


Grafton 


Thomas Hazelton 


do 


do 


Haverhill 


do 


Josiah Pratt 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Joel Reed 


do 


do 


Charlestown 


Cheshire 


Edward Clark 


do 


do 


Haverhill 


Grafton 


Ezra Gates 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Benjamin Whitcomb 


Major 


Whit's Rangers 


Westmoreland 


Cheshire 


George Aldrich 


Captain 


do 


do 


do 


Thomas Lyford 


Lieut. 


do 


Canterbury 


Rockingham 


Jonas Butterfield 


do 


do 


Westmoreland 


Cheshire 


Nathan Taylor 


do 


do 


Sandburton 


Strafford 


Joshua Danford 


Sergeant 


do 


Boscawen 


Hillsborough 


Jonathan Sanders 


do 


do 


Haverhill 


Grafton 


Samuel Clash 


do 


do 


Walpole 


Cheshire 


Manasseh Sawyer 


do 


do 


Westmoreland 


Cheshire 


Joseph Fifield 


Corporal 


do 


Haverhill 


Grafton 


John Hodgdon 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Samuel Smith 


do 


do 


Maidsbury 


Strafford 


Elijah Temple 


do 


do 


Westmoreland 


Cheshire 


Joseph How 


Drummer 


do 


do 


do 


Moses Hunt 


Fifer 


do 


Eppen 


Rockingham 


Abner Barlow- 


Private 


do 


Stratford 


Grafton 


Thomas Blodget 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Josiah Blodget 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Henry Tibbetts 


do 


do 


Northumb d 


do 


David Ladd 


do 


do 


Haverhill 


do 


Joseph Chandler 


do 


do 


Moltonborough 


Strafford 


Philip Crummett 


do 


do 


New Market 


Rockingham 


Jeremiah Satchwill 


do 


do 


Swansey 


Cheshire 


James Sinclair 


do 


do 


Sanbornton 


Strafford 


James Leary 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Samuel Smith 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Samuel Thompson 


do 


do 


Durham 


do 


Nathaniel Noles 


do 


do 


Sandwich 


do 


Joseph Sinclair 


do 


do 


Sanbornton 


do 


Nathaniel Whitcomb 


do 


do 


Westmoreland 1 


Cheshire 


William Martin 


do 


do 


do 


do 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



303 



Names 


Rank 


Corps 


Towns 


Counties 


John Billings 


Private 


Whit's Rangers 


Westmoreland 


Cheshire 


Robert Bartley 


do 


do 


Haverhill 


Grafton 


Dennis Hefferin 


do 


do 


Swansey 


Cheshire 


Jonathan Novvland 


do 


do 


Westmoreland 


do 


William Crown 


do 


do 


Durham 


Strafford 


Josiah Burbank 


do 


do 


Boscawen 


Hillsborough 


William Orr 


do 


Jacksons Reg. 


Merrimack 


Rockingham 


John Orr 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Francis Stewart 


Corporal 


do 


do 


do 


John Swan 


Private 


do 


Peterborough 


Hillsborough 


Benjamin McAllister 


do 


do 


Merrimack 


Rockingham 


Samuel Orr 


do 


do 


do 


do 


William Scott 


Captain 


do 


Peterborough 


Hillsborough 


John Nesmith 


Lieutenant 


do 


Londonderry 


Rockingham 


Joseph Cooper 


Private 


do 


Southampton 


do 


Jonathan Grimes 


do 


do 


Antrim 


Hillsborough 


William M c Gilvery 


do 


do 


Merrimack 


do 


John Lowell 


do 


do 


New Boston 


do 


William Harvey- 


do 


do 


Portsmouth 


Rockingham 


Samuel Mitchell 


Sergeant 


do 


Peterborough 


Hillsborough 


John Vance 


do 


do 


Londonderry 


Rockingham 


John Kennedy 


do 


do 


do 


do 


John Blair 


Private 


do 


Peterborough 


Hillsborough 


John Bryan 


do 


do 


Londonderry 


Rockingham 


Randall M c Alister 


do 


do 


Peterborough 


Hillsborough 


Timothy Mixter 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Timothy Millson 


do 


do 


Londonderry 


Rockingham 


Benjamin Putnam 


do 


do 


Wilton 


Hillsborough 


Samuel Spear 


do 


do 


Peterborough 


do 


David Scott 


do 


do 


do 


do 


James Stanford 


do 


do 


do 


do 


John Twyman 


do 


do 


Conway 


Rockingham 


James Taggart 


do 


do 


Peterborough 


Hillsborough 


Jeremiah Whitam 


do 


do 


Conway 


Rockingham 


Experience Trisket 


do 


Warners 


Hanover 




William Lervy 


Fife 


do 


Piermont 


Hillsborough 


Benjamin Okins 


Private 


do 


Londonderry 


Cheshire 


David Perigo 


Drum 


do 


Pownal 


Grants 


Abel Pratt 


Private 


do 


do 


do 


Samuel Potter 


Serjeant 


Invalids 


do 


do 


Robert Barnet 


Lieutenant 


do 


do 


do 


John Clows 


Private 


do 


do 


do 


John Smith 


do 


do 


do 


do 



304 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



N. B. There a number of Men returned as belonging to New- 
Hampshire Grants as this is supposed to be what is called the State 
of Vermont they are not included in this return — 

War Office March I st 1784 

A true copy from the records of the office. 

Jos Carleton Sec'y 

[Maidbury probably should be Madbury ; Walsborough, Waldo- 
borough, Me. ; Lymsden, Lyman. It will be noticed that wrong 
counties are given in some cases. — Ed.] 



[7-160] 

[Nezu Hampsliire Men in General Hazeris Regiment.] 

Office of Army Accounts, New York Decem r 18, 1787. 

Sir 

I do myself the Honor to enclose you a Return of sundry'Men 
late of General Hazen's Regim 1 who appear by the Accounts of said 
Regiment to be of the quota of the State of New Hampshire & 
who are entitled to receive the depreciation of their pay from that 
State — I make no doubt there are more Men of that Regiment who 
are Citizens of New Hampshire but the Returns are too inexplicit 
for me to Certify more than the enclosed — 
I am Sir with great respect 

Your ob l Serv 1 

Joseph Howell Jun 1 ' 
The Hon'ble Nicholas Gilman Esq. 



[7-162] 

Return of Men late belonging to General Hazen's Reg 1 and re- 
turned in the accounts of s d Reg* as of the Quota of New Hamp- 
shire viz — 

Amos Ames of Cap. Satterlee's Comp y Inlist d Dec r 25 th 1776 — appoin 1 
Corp : on that day & Promo d to Serj. July 15, 1779. 
Benf Heath Priv. Inlis d Dec r 25 th 1776 
Winthrop Kenniston do Dec r 29 — 76 died March 15 1782 
Abner Roe do Dec 1 26 — 76 

Abel Davis Sen' j do Volunteers first Must d Oct. 79 
Abel Davis Jun' j ' y 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 305 

Cap Heron's Comp y 



Michael Salter 


Drum' Inlis d 


May 


3 d 


1779 


Elisha Brown 


Priv do 


Ap 1 


28 


do 


Edward Clark 


do do 


May 


1 


do 


Ezra Gates 


do do 


do 




do 


Joel Reed 


do do 


April 


2 5 


do 


Cap 


Duncan's Comp y 






William Gleedon 


Priv. Inlis d 


June 


20 - 


-78 


Jona n Pratt 


fifer " 


June 


1 ■ 


— 79 


Thomas Hazleton Priv 


June 


1 - 


— 79 


Josiah Pratt 


do " 


June 


1 - 


-79 



Office of Army Accounts New York Decern' 18, 1787 

I do hereby certify that the foregoing named Men are returned in 
the Accounts of the Regiment late commanded by General Hazen 
as of the Quota of the State of New Hampshire and that they 
were inlisted on the days specified & affixed to their respective 
names as appears by the Muster Rolls of s d Regim* — 

I further Certify that the pay of those men is included in the 
Accounts of the afores d Regim 1 and commences the first January 
1782 — Joseph Howell Jun. Ass 1 Commis. 



[7-164] 

Amos Ames — Omitted in the Musters after May 1782 

Abel Davis Jun' ditto ditto 

Abel Davis Sen' ditto ditto 

Benjamin Heath — Mustered to 31 Dec' 1782 & no longer 

Abner Roe ditto ditto 

William Gleedon — Continued to end of the war 

Josiah Pratt ditto ditto 

Jonathan Pratt ditto ditto 

Thomas Hazelton ditto ditto 

Winthrop Kenniston Inlis : 29 Dec' 76 died 15 Mar. 1782 

Michael Salter — Continued to the end of the war 

Elisha Brown ditto ditto 

Edward Clark ditto ditto 

Ezra Gates ditto ditto 

Joel Reed ditto ditto 

Pay Office 19 December 1787 — 

Extract from the Musters of the Reg 1 late Comm d by Gen 1 Hazen. 

Ca. Swan 

20 



306 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[7-166] {Casualties in First Regiment.] 

Account of the Casualties of Severil Soldiers belonging to the I st 
N. Hampshire Reg* as appears by the Muster Rolls — 

Ephraim Blood Joined Feb y i st 1781 

Jon a Barron Inlisted Octob r 10 th 1781 

„. „ f Inlisted April 16 th 1781. Deserted Nov r 8 th 81 Joined 

Kies Bradley j &gain Apfil i&b iy82 

John Mathews Joined from Desertion March 7 th 1781 

Thomas Blake U & Pay Master 

Camp N. Windsor July 22 d 1783. 

I certify that I have examined the above Casualties and find that 
they Correspond with the Muster rolls referred to — 

Geo Reid L l Col Comd* 
Camp 22 d July 83 

[On the fourth day of April 1783, the United States Congress 
passed the following resolution : — 

''Resolved, That the several States be required to suspend all 
Enlistments for any Regiment or Corps in the army of the United 
States until the further order of Congress. 

Chas. Thomson Sec'y " 

This resolution was passed in expectation of peace, which soon 
came. — Ed.] 



[Part of Col. Timothy Bedel's Regiment, 1777-78.] 

[The originals of the following rolls are not in the archives of the 
state, and their existence was unknown to the editor when the rolls 
of the other companies were printed. (See vol. 15, p. 594.) Are- 
cent search in the vault of the New Hampshire Historical Society 
by the editor of these papers, for other purposes, brought these docu- 
ments to light in season for publication, but too late for insertion in 
regular order. — Ed.] 

Officers in Bedel's Reg. from Apr. 1, 1778 to April 1, 1779 

Col. Tim° Bedel P. M r James Lucas 

L* Col John Wheelock Surg. Geo. Eager 

Maj r Josiah Stone Surg. M' Sam 1 Hale 

Adj* Thomas Hibbard Q r M r Jacob Bailey Jr 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



307 



Captains 



Ezekiel Ladd 
Charles Nelson 
Tim Barron 
Simeon Stevens 



Sol" Cushman 
Joseph Taylor 
W m Tarleton 
Luther Richardson 



i st Lieutenants 



James Ladd 
Ebenezer Martin 
Benjamin Sawyer 

Ephraim Patterson 
Robert Hunkins 
John Clark 



Ezra Moore 
Elias Stevens 



2 d Lieutenants 
Darby 



Joshua Young 



Moses Chamberlin 
Georsre Moor 



Joseph Haynes 
Ezekiel Elliott 



[Captain Samuel Young s Co., Bedel's Reg.} 

[The following is copied from a manuscript in N. H. Hist. Socie- 
ty's collection. — Ed.] 

Minutes from Capt. Sam 1 Young's Co. from the 15 th Dec. 1777 to 
March 1778. 



Sam 1 Young Capt. 




Gunth' 


Sam 1 Gallutin 




George Moore Lt. 




Haverhill 


Dav. Greenleaf 


Bath 


Elisha Powell Lt. 






Sam 1 Gilmore 


Bath 


Moses Chamberlin 


Sarg. 




Oliver Hand 




Daniel Wells 


do 




James Heath 




John Stark 


do 


Lyme 


Joseph Haynes 




Nath 1 Rix 


do 




Mich. Jennings 




Isaac Stevens 


Corp 




Jacob Kent 




Caleb Young 


do 




Jacob Lancaster 




Peter Thatcher Jr 


do 




Peter Lurvey 


Piermont 


Jacob Schoof 


do 




John Lovering 




John Brown 


Drum. 


Haverhill 


Jesse M c Farland 




Levi Andros 


Pri. 




Andrew M c Allister 




Thos Brooks 






John Merrill 




Tim° Bailey 




Gunth' 


Tho s M c Connell 




James Bell 






W. Martin 




Seba Bebee 






Ebenezer Olmstead 




John Clark 






Ben. Patterson 




Edward Clark 






John Phillips 




Jon a Clark 






Simeon Root 




Nath 1 Darby 






John Rich 




John Dawson 






Avery Sanders 





3 o8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Obadiah Eastman 
Peter Eastman 
Josiah Elkins 
Jon a Eastman 
Nath 1 Fellows 
Sam 1 Fellows 



Haverhill 



Alex. Shedd 
Josh Sanders 
Elisha Warner 
Dav. Witcher 
John Way Jr. 
Dav. Young. 



Haverhill 



[Captain Seth Wheeler s Co.] 

A Muster Roll of Cap 1 Wheelers Cop n Col Timothy Bedle s Regi- 
ment of Volunteers Raised for the Canada Expedition from the 1 5 th 
Day of December 1777 to the last day of March [1778.] 



MENS NAMES & RANK 


When Entered 


What Time 


Remarks 


Capt. Seth Wheeler 


Dec r 15 


March 31 




Lieut. Tho s Butterfield 


do 
1778 


do 




Serj. Jacob Galusha 


Feby 20 


do 




Serj. Johnson Wheeler 


do 


do 




Corp. David Skeels 


Feb. 23 


do 


on command 


Corp. David Stiles 


do 


do 


on command 


Privates 








Asahel Hurlbut 


Feb. 22 


March 31 




Jonathan Butterfield 


do 22 


do 




Abel Hurlbut 


do 23 


do 


on furlo two days 


Daniel Hurlbut 


do 24 


do 


do 


John Larabee 


do 27 


do 


do 


Daniel Coy 


do 28 


do 




Mathew Ray 


do 28 


do 




John Whiston 


March 2 


do 




John Drinkwater 


do 4 


do 


on furlo two days 


David Morgin 


do 4 


do 




Benjamin Buck 


do 6 


do 




James Hawley 


do 6 


do 




Joseph Andrus 


do 7 


do 




Jacob Pettiboon 


do 7 


do 


on furlo two days 


Joseph Lewis 


do 8 


do 





Arlington March 30 th 1778 — then mustered Cap 1 Wheelers Comp. 
as specified in the Above Roll — By me Gid n Brownson Cap 1 Muster 
M. appointed by Col Beadle 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Proof of Effectives 



309 





Cap 4 


i st Lieut 


2 d Lieut 


Serj. 


Corp. 


Privates 


Present 


1 


1 





2 





11 


Absent 










2 


4 


Total 


1 


1 





2 


2 


r 5 



Wee do swear that the within is a true state of the Company under 
our Command Without Fraud or Partiality to the United States or 
any Individual according to our Best knowledge — 

Seth Wheeler Cap' 
Tho s Butterfield Lieu* 

Sworn Before me at Arlington this 30 th of March 1778 — 

Gid" Brownson Cap* 



\Captain Wheeler s Pay-Roll.'] 

Pay-Roll of Cap* Seth Wheelers Company in a Regim 1 of Volun- 
teers raised by order of Congress for an Expedition against Canada 
whereof Tim° Bedel Esq r is Colonel. 







Cornmenc' 


Time in 


Pay per 


Time of 


Amount of 


NAMES & Rajnks 


of Pay 


Service 


Month 


Discharge 


Pay 






1777 


Mo. Dys. 


Dollars 


1778 


£. s. d. 


Seth Wheeler 


Capt. 


Dec. 15 


3 17 


80. 


Mar. 31 


85.12. O 


Tho 8 Butterfield 


Lieut. 


do 


3 x 7 


54- 


do 


57 


J S- 7| 


Jacob Galusha 


Serg* 


1778 Feb. 20 


I IO 


16. 


do 


6 


8. 


Johnson Wheeler 


Serg 1 


do 


I IO 


16. 


do 


6 


8. 


David Skeels 


Corp 1 


do 23 


1 7 


I4f 


do 


5 


7- 8+ 


David Stiles 


Corp 1 


do 23 


1 7 


Hi 


do 


5 


7- 8i 


Joseph Andrews 


p r } v ts 


Mar. 7 


25 


n+ 


do 


1 


8. 


Jon a Butterfield 




Feb. 22 


1 8 


n* 


do 


5 


1. 4 


Benj n Buck 




Mar. 6 


25 


13* 


do 


3 


8. 


Daniel Coy 




Feb. 28 


1 2 


13+ 


do 


4 


5- 4 


John Drinkwater 




Mar. 4 


28 


1.3* 


do 


1 


14. 8 


Asahel Hurlbut 




Feb. 22 


1 8 


1 4 


do 


5 


1. 4 


Abel Hurlbut 




do 23 


1 7 


nt 


do 


4 


18. 8 


Daniel Hurlbut 




do 24 


1 6 


n* 


do 


4 


16. 


James Hawley 




Mar. -6 


26 


13* 


do 


3 


9. 4 


Joseph Lewis 




do 8 


24 


13* 


do 


3 


5- 4 


John Larabe 




Feb. 27 


1 3 


131 


do 


4 


8. 



3io 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



NAMES & RANKS 


Commenc' 
of Pay 


Time in 
Service 


Pay per 
Month 


Time of 
Discharge 


Amount of 
Pay 


David Morgan 
Jacob Pittebon 
Matthew Ray 
John Whiston 


1777 

Mar. 4 

do 7 

Feb. 28 

Mar. 2 


Mo. Dys. 
28 

25 

I 2 
I O 


Dollars 
13* 

13* 
13* 
r 3* 


1778 

Mar. 31 
do 
do 
do 


£. s. d. 
3.14. 8 

3. 8. 

4. 5. 4 
4. 0. 



Lawful Money £ 22 % 



2.II-I 



iD — 2 Serg. — 2 Corp. — 1 5 
stract of Col. Bedels Regiment 



Priv. = 20 — Not included in Ab- 



\Captain Cushman 's Co.] 

A Pay Roll of Cap 4 Solomon Cushmans Company in a Regiment 
of Volunteers raised by order of Congress for an Expedition against 
Canada whereof Timothy Bedel Esq r is Colonel, from the time of 
their entering service until discharged. 





Commen' 


Time in 


Pay per 


Time of 


Amount of 


NAME & RANK 


of Pay 


Service 


Month 


Discharge 


Pay 


Commissioned 


1777 


Mo. Dys. 


Dollars 


1778 


£. s. d. 


Solo" Cushman Capt. 


15 th Dec. 


3 17 


80. 


31 March 


85.12.O 


Oli r Spalding Lieut. 


15 th Dec. 


3 17 


54- 


21 March 


57-15-7 


Sargents 


1778 










Steph n Parsival 


29 Jan. 


2 I 


16. 


31 March 


9-15-3 


Charles Tilden 


21 Feb. 


i 8 


16. 


31 do 


6. 1.7 


Corporals 












Gershom Morse 


19 Jan. 


2 11 


14 do 4s 


31 March 


10. 8.3 


Privates 












Elisha Brown 


28 Jan. 


2 2 


13 do 2S 


31 March 


8. 5.4 


Elijah Baldwin 


29 do 


2 1 


do 


do 


8. 2.8 


Cornelius Blunt 


21 Feb. 


1 8 


do 


do 


5. 1.4 


David Blanchard 


26 do 


1 3 


do 


do 


4. 8.0 


Sam 1 Curtis 


29 Jan. 


2 1 


do 


do 


8. 2.8 


Nath 1 Corey 


21 Feb. 


1 8 


do 


do 


5. 1.4 


Benj n Chapman 


21 do 


1 8 


do 


do 


5. 1.4 


Eleaz r Cushman 


14 do 


1 J 5 


do 


do 


6. 0.0 


Laban Hall 


21 do 


1 8 


do 


do 


5. 1.4 


Nath 1 Messenger 


19 Jan. 


2 11 


do 


do 


9. 9.4 


Jere h Parsival 


29 do 


2 1 


do 


do 


8. 2.8 


Jon a Parkhurst 


21 Feb. 


1 8 


do 


do 


5- i-4 


John Reckord 


28 Jan. 


2 2 


do 


do 


8. 5.4 


W m Short 


21 Feb 


1 8 


do 


do 


5. 1.4 


John Ailsworth 


21 do 


1 8 


do 


do 


5- 1-4 


Jabez Baldwin 


21 Jan. 


2 10 


do 


do 


9. 6.8 



Total ^275. 4.8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



1 I 



Haverhill 29 th May 1778 — Rec d the full contents of the within 
Roll of Col° Tim° Bedel which I promise to Account for to the within 
Men — Witness my hand Solomon Cushman Cap 4 . 



\Captaiu William Holderis Co.] 

A Pay Roll of Cap 1 W m Holdens Company Col° Bedels Reg 4 raised 
for an Expedition against Canada. 





£■ s. d. 




j£.s.d. 


W m Holden Cap 1 


85.12.0 


Abijah Moore 


4.16. 


James Butterfield L* 


57-15-7 


Gideon Moore 


4.16. 


Ephraim Sawyer Sg l 


J 9-5-7 


David Robbins 


7.14-8 


Aaron Alexander do 


5-!5- 2 


Solomon Robbins 


7.14.8 


Reuben Tarbell Corp. 


8.10.1 


Ebenezer Stone 


8. 5.4 


Rich d Holden 


9. 4. 


Will" 1 Templle 


7. 9.4 


Caleb How 


7.14. 


Elijah Temple 


7. 9.4 


James Houghton 


4.16. 


Joseph Wilson 


8.18.9 


Daniel Haven 


4.16. 


Jeremiah Willard 


8.18.9 


Ephraim M c Hurin 


7. 4. 


John Warner 


7.14.8 


William Moore 


4. 16. 


Joel Priest 


8. 5.4 



\ James Butterfield 's Co.] 

A Muster Roll of Lieu 1 James Butterfields Party of Volunteers 
Raised for an Expedition a gainst Canada Till the last of March 
1778 and under the Command of Col Tim° Bedle 

Lieu 1 James Butterfield, Commissioned Dec. 15, 1777 
Sarjeants. 

Ephraim Sawyer — appointed Feb'y 2 [1778] 
Aaron Alexander — do 24 

Corporal 

Reuben Tarble — appointed Feb'y 2 

Drummers none 

Inlisted Privates 



Jan'y 29 


Joel Prest 


Feb'y 2 


Caleb How 


29 


Will m Temple 


2 


John Worner 


Feb'y 2 


David Robbins 


4 


Elijah Temple 


2 


Solomon Robbins 


6 


Ephraim Mahurin 



312 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Feb'y 24 William Moore 
24 Abijah Moore 
24 Gidion Moore 



Feb'y 24 James Houghton 

24 Daniel Haven 
Jan'y 29 Ebenezer Stone 



March the 17, 1778 then mustered Lieu* James Butterfield as 
specefied in the A Bove Role 

George Aldrich Dm mr 



Proof of the Effectives 





Lieut 


Sergeants 


Corporal 


Privates 


Present 
Absent 
Total 


1 
1 


2 

2 


1 

1 


13 

1 

14 



We do Swear that the within Role is a true steat of the Company 
without Fraud to these united States or any Indevedals accorden to 

James Butterfield Lieut 



our Best knoleg 



Swore Befor me at Westmorland this 17 th day of march — 

George Aldrich Dm mr [Deputy muster-master.] 



[Captain Joseph Taylor s Co.] 

Pay Roll of Cap 1 Joseph Taylors Company in a Regiment of Vol- 
unteers whereof Colonel Timothy Bedel Esq r is Commander (raised 
for an Expedition into Canada) until the last Day of March 1778. 







Time in 


Pay per 


Time of 


Am of 


NAMES & RANK 


ment of 


Pay 


Service 


Month 


Disch'g 


Pay 








Mo. Dys. 


$ 




£. s. d. 


Joseph Taylor Captain 


Dec. 


1=5 


3 17 


80. 


Mar. 31 


85.12. O 


Charles Hill I st Lieu* 


do 




3 17 


54- 


do 


57-15- 7 


Oliver Cook 2 d Lieu 1 


do 




3 17 


54- 


do 


57-15- 7 


Josiah Hatch Sergeant 


Feb'y 


II 


1 19 


16. 


do 


7.17. 


James Sanderson do 


Jan'y 


1=; 


2 16 


do 


do 


12. 3. 2 


Joshua Spear do 


do 


28 


2 3 


do 


do 


10. 1. 7 


Alvin Bingham do 


Feb. 


1 


1 29 


do 


do 


9. 8. 5 


Eleazer M. Porter Corp 1 


Jan. 


15 


2 16 


Hi 


do 


11. 2. 11 


Andrew Powars do 


Feb. 


1 


1 29 


do 


do 


8.13. 1 


Silvanus Owen do 




s 


1 25 


do 


do 


8. 1. 4 


Isaac Hoisington do 


Jan. 


18 


2 13 


do 


do 


10.14. 1 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



13 



NAMES & 


RANK 


Commence- 
ment of Pay 


Time in 
Service 


Pay per 
Month 


Time of 
Disch'g 


Am of 
Pay 










Mo. Dys. 


$ 




£■ s. d. 


Calvin Dike 


Fifer 


Jan. 


21 


2 IO 


Hi 


Mar. 31 


10. 2. 8 


Joseph Francis 


Private 


Feb. 


1 


I 29 


I3i 


do 


7.17. 4 


John Stockbridge 


do 




1 


I 29 


do 


do 


7.17. 4 


Ucline Hoisington 


do 


Jan. 


21 


2 IO 


do 


do 


9. 6. 8 

8.10. 8 


Adam Dike 


do 




27 


2 4 


do 


do 


Luke Landphire 


do 


Feb. 


1 


I 29 


do 


do 


7.17. 4 


Vespatian Hoisington do 


do 




I 29 


do 


do 


7.17. 4 


John Udall 


do 




5 


I 25 


do 


do 


7. 6. 8 


James Burch 


do 


do 




I 25 


do 


do 


7. 6. 8 


William Udall 


do 


do 




I 25 


do 


do 


7. 6. 8 


Benjamin Coats 


do 




7 


I 23 


do 


do 


7. 1. 4 


Asaph Butler 


do 




14 


I 16 


do 


do 


6. 2. 8 


Stephen Kidder 


do 




20 


I IO 


do 


do 


5. 6. 8 


Edward Grannis 


do 




27 


1 3 


do 


do 


4. 8. 


Jonas Stuart 


do 


do 




1 3 


do 


do 


4. 8. 


Ebenezer Mathews 


do 




10 


1 20 


do 


do 


6.13. 4 
6.13. 4 


Amasa Fuller 


do 


do 




1 20 


do 


do 


Solomon Harris 


do 


do 




1 20 


do 


do 


6.13. 4 
6. 3. 8 


William Pettegrew 


do 




H 


1 16 


do 


do 


Reuben Spencer 


do 




18 


1 12 


do 


do 


5.12. 


Ebenezer Fielding 


do 


do 




1 12 


do 


do 


5.12. 


Charles Higbe 


do 


do 




1 12 


do 


do 


5.12. 


Ashbel Dickerson 


do 




20 


1 10 


do 


do 


5. 6. 8 


Samuel Atkins 


do 


do 




1 10 


do 


do 


5. 6. 8 


William York 


do 


do 




1 10 


do 


do 


5. 6. 8 


Levi Higbe 


do 




24 


1 6 


do 


do 


4.16. 


William Richardson 


do 


do 




h 6 


do 


do 


4.16. 


Samuel Hilliard 


do 




10 


1 20 


do 


do 


6.13. 4 



[Captain NeJiemiah Lovezvell 's Co., Bedel's Reg., 1777.] 



MENS NAMES 


Sum total of pay 


MENS NAMES 


Sum total of pay 


Benj n Sawyer U 


57-15-7 


Elis. Cleveland 




James Ladd L l 


57-15-7 


Moses Pike 


3.18.O 


Sam 1 Eaton Sergt 


10. 8.0 


Jesse Heath 


3. 6.0 


Moses Barron do 


8. 3.2 


W m Lock 


8.IO.O 


Henry Lovewell do 


10. 0.9 


Elis. Lock 


7. 6.8 


Dan 1 Webster Corp 1 


8.10. 1 


Ezra Gates 


6.15.0 


Abel Davies do 




J n° Clarke 


2. 8.0 


Tim Olmstead do 


9-19-5 


Jon a Moulton 


2. 8.0 


Jon a Lovewell Drum r 




Tim° Haseltine 




Hugh Miller Priv' 


8.13.4 


Enos Sawyer Serg* 


10. 17.7 


Aaron Hosmer 


8.13.4 


John Evans priv' 


7.17.4 



3H 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



MENS NAMES 


Sum total of pay 


MENS NAMES 


Sum total of pay 


Jon a Farwell 


8.I3.4 
money adv'd 


George Gregg 


9. 1.4 


Zaccheus Lovewell 


2.14.O 


Moses Sleeper 


8.13.4 


Nehemiah Snow 




Dav d Larnard 


7. 4.0 


David Nevins Jun r 


3. O.O 


Jon a Hopkinson Corp. 




John Aiken Jun r 


4- 


Tim° Stevens 


6. 2.8 


John Sawyer 


2.14.O 


Haynes French 


6.16.0 


John Barnard 


4. 2.6 


Geo. Wheeler 


6. 2.8 


Israel Olmstead 


2.I4.O 


Sam 1 Nash 


6. 2.8 


Abel Davies Jun r 


2.I4.O 


Abijah Larnard 


S- 1 !-* 


John Ormond 


2.I4.O 


John Bucknam 


7.17.4 


Rich d Chamberlain Jr. 


6. 6.0 


Ab m Gile 


4.10.8 


Daniel Hunt 




Moses Page 


4.10.8 


Zebulon Hunt 


2.14.0 


Dav d Hopkinson 


4.10.8 


Ichabod Collins 


2. 14.0 


Asa Whittam 


4.10.8 


Ja s Tumerick 


3.12.0 


Rich d Pilsbury 





\Roll of the Militia Co. in Lyme, 1776.] 

Lyme Decern 1 " y e 20, 1776. 
A true List of the militia Company in the town of Lime under the 
Command Cap 1 John Sloan are as folowes 



Capt. John Sloan, 
Isaac Preston 
Elijah Porter 
Nath 1 Hews Jur. 
Jon a Goodale 
Ezra Thomson 
Thos M c Clave ? 
Amsa Bugbee 
Joseph Skinner Jur 
Amos Skinner 
W ra Child 
Calvin Porter 
W m Stark 
Cyril Child 
Peter Perkins 



Lieu t« Vaughn, 
Eleazer Porter 
Thos. Porter Jur 
James Bell 
Sam 1 Bell 
Jesse Strong 
Noah Grant 
Titus Goodale 
Alex r Shield 
John Fairfield 
Joseph hews 
Jon a Stark 
John Stewart 
Phinehas Stark 
Ehas Roice 



Ens. English 
Abel Skinner 
Reuben Grant 
Andrew Bell 
Isaiah Howard 
Daniel Howard 
Edward Howard Jr. 
Joseph Howard 
Benj n Howard 
Joshua Cook 
Azriah Beech 
Mathew Sloan 
Sylvanus Pingrey 
James Hovey 



Attest Peter Grant Clerk to s d Company 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



315 



The Number of names in the Alarum List 



Rev d William Conant 
Dea n Joseph Skinner 
Walter Fairfield 
William Bell 
Thomas Porter 
Benj n Grant 



Moses Stark 
Nathaniel Hews 
Sam 1 Hunt 
Col. Thos. Gilbert 
Cap. W ra Bell 
Cap. Cha s Nelson 



Lef James Nelson 
Ens. Walter Fairfield 
Lemuel Peak 
John Bell 



A true Copy — Attest Peter Grant 

Clerk of s d Company 

[Original in vault of N. H. Historical Society.] 



[MISCELLANEOUS ROLLS.] 



[7-167] [Captain James Grays Co. in part.'] 

[The following is from a mutilated return on the back of which 
are these words : "Return of the Comp y formerly Cap 1 Ja s Grays in 
the 3 rd New Hampshire Reg 1 from Jan'y I st 1777 to Jan'y I st 1780." 
It is probably a portion of the return printed on page 42, of this 
volume. — Ed.] 



1777 
Arpil 15 

5 
16 

18 
J 3 

!3 

21 

20 

16 

March 27 

April 7 

I 3 

March 29 
April 18 



Abraham Cummings 
Joseph Dolloff 
Stephen Fifield 
Elias Carr 
William Bailey 
William Lufkin 
Andrew Bo wen 
John Smith 
Joseph Smith 
Ebenezer Clark 
Nathaniel Holland 
Reuben Greely 
Jonathan Folsom 
Matthew Scales 



do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



Died Sep r 24 th 1777 
Died Sep r 3 d 1777 
Died Sep r 11 th 1777 
Died March 20 th 1778 
Died March i st 1778 
Died March i st 1778 
Died March i 5t 1778 
Died March i st 1778 
Died March i st 1778 
Discharged Jan'y 1, 1778 
Died April 22 d 1778 
Died April i st 1778 
Deserted Feb'y i 5t 1778 
Discharged Nov. I st 1778 



[7-167 B] 



[Guard at Exeter Jail, 1777.] 



A Pay Roll for the Guard at the Goal In Exeter under the Care 
of Sam 1 Gilman 3 d for two Monthes from the Date hearof Oct° 2, 1777. 



Sam 1 Gilman 
William Odlin 
Sam 1 Rust 
James Rundlet 



20. 5.0 


Sam 1 Harris 


12.10.0 


I2.IO.O 


Simeon Parlmer 


12.10.0 


I2.IO.O 


John York 


12.10.0 


I2.IO. 


Theophilas Folsom 


12.10.0 




Wood & Candles 


4.16. 



,£112.11. 



A true Roll per Sam 1 Gilman Sworn to before the Committee 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



317 



State of New Hampshire — December 11 th 1777 — To Nich s 
Gilman Esq r R. G. pay the within Roll of Sam 1 Gilman amounting 
to one hundred & twelve pounds, eleven shillings — 

In Committee of Safety Josiah Bartlett Ch. P. T. 

Received of Nicholas Gilman ^20.5. for my wages & £4.16. for 
wood & candles — 25.1.0 per Sam 1 Gilman 

Received each of us twelve pounds ten shillings 



Will 1 " odlin 
Sam 1 Harris 
Theophilus Folsom 
Simeon Palmer 



James Rundlet 
Samuel Rust 
John York 



[7-167 C] 



{Roll of Soldiers at Nezv Castle, .] 



A Pay Roll for the Company Stationed at New Castle from y e 13 th 
of Oct r 1785 up to y e 13 th Febry 1786 



MENS NAMES 


Rank 


Wages 

Pr 
month 


Time of 
Sarvis 


Wages 
Due 


Meshach Bell 
Elias Tarlton 
Robert Marten 
William Neal 
George Tarlton 
Jonathan Edmonds 
Joshua Bickford 


Capt 
Privet 

do 

do 

do 

do 

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A true roll pr Meshach Bell Cap 1 
State of New Hampshire ) 
Rockingham ss. ) Portsmouth February 13, 1786 

Then Meshech Bell personally appeared & make Solemn Oath to 
truth of the foregoing Roll by him Signed 

Before George Gains Jus Peace 
Portsmouth March 7 th 1786 



Received orders for the within pay Roll 



Pr Meshach Bell 



[The roll from Feb. 13, 1786, to June 13, 1786, contains the same 
names, and for same time and amounts. — Ed.] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[7-167 E] 



[Roll of Soldiers at New Castle.] 



A Pay Roll for the Company Stationed at New Castle from June 
13 th 1786 to Septem r 13 th 1786 Including 13 th 











Time of 




MENS NAMES 


Rank 


ment 


perm 


Service 


Wages due 


Meshech Bell 


L' Com 


June 13 


£6. 


j mo - dys 


£7-°-° 


Elias Tarlton 


priv. 


do 


4- 


3 m ° 


I2.0.0 


William Neal 


do 


do 


2. 


do 


6.0.0 


Robert Marten 


do 


do 


do 


do 


6.0.0 


Jonathan Edmunds 


do 


do 


do 


do 


6.0.0 


Geo : Tarlton 


do 


do 


do 


do 


6.0.0 


Joshua Bickford 


do 


do 


do 


2 mo 


4.0.0 


Elias Tarlton Jun r 


do 


Aug 4 13 


do 


j mo 


2.0.0 




,£49.0.0 



Meshech Bell Deceased July 18 — 1786 

Joshua Bickford discharged august 13 being unfit for duty 

This is a true Roll attest Elias Tarlton 



State of New Hampshire 
Rockingham ss — 



Portsmouth September 18, 1786 



Then Elias Tarlton (who was specially appointed to the Care of the 
Fort William & Mary, and the Company Lately Commanded by 
Capt Meshech Bell deceased) personally appeared and made Solemn 
Oath to the truth of the foregoing Roll by him Signed — 

Before George Gains Jus Peace 



In Committee on Claims, Exeter Sep r 18, 1786 — This Roll is 
Cast, and amounts to Forty nine pounds — Ex d Josiah Gilman Jun 



right 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



319 



[7-167 F] 



[Roll of l\Iatross Co. at the Fort.] 



A Pay Roll for the Matross Company Commanded by Cap 1 Titus 
Salter Stationed at Fort William and Mary, From September 14 th 
1786 to January 14 th 1787 — 



NAMES 


Rank 


Time of Inlist- 
ment 


Wages pr 
month 


Time Served 


Wages Due 










mo dys 




Titus Salter 


Cap* 


Sep 4 25 


£8. 


3 — J 9 


£29- i-4 


Elias Tarlton 


Sarg' 


do 14 


4- 


4 — 


16. 0.0 


Elias Tarlton Jr 


Matross 


do 14 


2. 


( 1 


8. 0.0 


William Neal 


C( 


do 14 


2. 


t i 


8. 0.0 


Robert Martin 


a 


do 


2. 


a 


8. 0.0 


George Tarlton 


i i 


do 


2. 


a 


8. 0.0 


Jonathan Edmonds 


u 


do 


2. 


I IO 


0)2.13.4 


Charles Branscom 


i i 


Oct. 25 


2. 


2 19 


5- 5-4 












^85. 0.0 



Fort William & Mary January 14 th 1787 

Titus Salter Cap 1 — 
Rockingham ss Portsmouth Jan y 17 th 1787 — 

the above roll sworn to before 

Mark Wiggin Jus 1 Peace 
Received orders on the Treasurer in full of the within Roll — 

Per Titus Salter Cap* 

[In the roll from Jan. 14, 1787, to May 31, 1787, the name Jona- 
than Edmunds is dropped, and Sampson Sheafe added, otherwise 
same as above. — Ed.] 

(i) Discharged Oct r 24* 



[PENSION DOCUMENTS.] 

List of Invalids examined & pensioned. 



NAMES 


Rank 


Age 


Town 


County 


g-3 




James Reed Esq 


B. Gen 




Keene 


Cheshire 






Sam 1 Sherburne Esq 


Maj. 




Portsmouth 


Rockingham 






Nath" Sanborn 


Cap. 


5 1 


Deerfield 


do 


1 




Chase Taylor 


do 


49 


Sanbornton 


Strafford 


1 




Tho s Simpson 


do 


3 1 


New Hampton 


do 


1 




John Orr 


Lieu' 


37 


Bedford 


Hillsborough 


1 




James Gould 


do 


44 


Hanover 


Grafton 




I 


Joseph Hun toon 


do 


43 


Unity 


Cheshire 


1 




And w M c Gaffy 


do 


42 


Sandwich 


Strafford 


1 




Aaron Smith 


Ens. 


44 


Chesterfield 


Cheshire 


1 




Aaron Copp 


Serg. 


42 


Salem 


Rockingham 




I 


Jeremiah Towl 


Corp. 


27 


Chester 


do 


1 




David Duncan 


do 


45 


Portsmouth 


do 


1 




Thomas Haines 


Priv. 


27 


Exeter 


do 


1 




John Trickey 


do 


42 


Portsmouth 


do 


1 




Arch d M c Millan 


do 


53 


New Boston 


Hillsborough 


1 




Noah Marsh 


do 


28 


Gilmanton 


Strafford 


1 




Will" 1 Nealy 


do 


45 


N,. Plymouth 


do 


1 




Noah Sinkler 


do 


3 1 


Canterbury 


Rockingham 


1 




Rich d Sherman 


do 


40 


Portsmouth 


do 


1 




James Campbell 


do 


27 


Ac worth 


Cheshire 


1 




Annanias Tubbs 


do 


45 


Swanzey 


do 


1 




Nehemiah Pierce 


do 


36 


Westmoreland 


do 


1 




John Smith 


do 


37 


Durham 


Strafford 


1 




John M c Coy 


do 


22 


Nottingham 


do 






Sam 1 Fugard 


do 


56 


Bedford 


Hillsborough 






Sam 1 Boyd 


do 


59 


N. Boston 


do 






Jon a Chapman 


do 


60 


Pittsfield 


Rockingham 






Will 1 " Hastings 


do 


25 


Amherst 


Hillsboro' 






John Simpson 


do 


3 1 


Windham 


Rockingham 






Joseph Morrell 


do 


39 


N. Dur. Gore 


Strafford 






Will m Wallace 


do 


28 


Gilmanton 


do 






John Whitehorn 


do 


54 


Nottingham 


do 






Moses Trussell 


do 


32 


Hopkinton 


Hillsboro' 







REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



321 



NAMES 


Rank 


Age 


Town 


County 


>2 t- 

u 3 


a 

13 


James Colby 


Priv. 


44 


New Market 


Rockingham 




I 


John Ward (') 


do 


48 


Kensington 


do 




I 


Will m Lakin 


Certifi 


cate of 


Residence lod 


g'd, but not en 


ter' 


d 


Robert Barnet 


Lieut. 


38 


Londonderry 


Rockingham 


1 




Joseph Roberts 


Private 


32 


Sumersworth 


Strafford 




1 


Sam 1 Lamont 


do 


40 


Bath 


Grafton 




1 


Edward Evans 


do 


41 


N. Plymouth 


do 


1 




W m Nealy 


do 


45 


do 


do 


1 





[7-177] 



[Pensions Paid by Mr. Gilmau.~\ 



Account of Monies paid Officers & Soldiers &c (on half pay) agree- 
ably to orders of the Hon ble the General Court. — N. B. Those 
Names against which no time for their continuance on half pay is 
fixed, are to Continue during the pleasure of the Gen 1 Court. — 









Sums paid in Cont 1 


Sums paid 


n New 




Half pay Commencing 


Currency 


Emission 


Maj r Samuel Sherburne 


Oct. 11, 


1778 


£• s.d. 


£■ 


s.d. 


Cap' Chase Taylor 


Sept. 28, 


1777 


168. 0.0 






Cap' Reubin Dow 


Jan. 1, 


1776^) 








to continue 'till Dec. 31, 1776, & S- 


177. 0.0 


45- 


0.0 


after that one fourth of monthly pay ) 








Lieu' James Crombie 


Sept. 1, 


1778 


72.18. 






Lieu' John Orr 


" 27, 


1777 


101. 5. 


88. 


0. 


Lieu' Jon a Emerson 


Jan. 1, 


1779 


24. 6. 


1 5- 


0. 


Lieu' Joseph Hilton 


Oct. 1, 


1778 


52-13- 






Lieu' Joseph Huntoon 


" 1, 


1778 


72. 0. 


18. 


0. 


Lieu' Thomas Simpson 


July 18, 


1779 


36. 0. 


55- 


10. 


Lieu' Daniel M c Murphy 


Sep' 18, 


1777 


124. 0. 


132. 


10. 


Lieu' Jonathan Holton 


" 24, 


1777 


113. 8. 






Lieu' James Gould 


" 1, 


1778 




105. 


0. 


Ensign Aaron Smith 


Jan. 1, 


1777 


114. 0. 


3°- 


0. 


Private Joseph Morrell J 


an r 


(< 


29. 0. 






" William Spauldin 


g 


1776 


48. 0. 


21. 


0. 


Daniel Russell 


Mar. 20, 


1780 




15- 


0. 


Serg' Aaron Copp 


May 21, 


1779 




45- 


0. 


Private Joshua Gilman 


Sept. 27, 


1777 


27. 0. 






" Reuben Trussell 


" 19, 


1777 


25. 0. 


15- 


0. 



C 1 ) Deceased. 



•21 



322 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Half pay Commencing 



I 77 8 
1776 
1776 
1776 

1777 

> x 779 
1776 

1778] 

1 



Private William Wood Jan. 1, 1776 ") 

to continue to Jan. 1, 1778, after that > 
one quarter of monthly pay. J 

Private Daniel Brown Sept. 24, 1777 
" Abner Gage Jan 1, 1776 

N. B. ^23. said to be paid by the 
Treasurer to Gage 
Private Eleazer Martin Jan. 1, 

Weymouth Wallace Jan. 1, 
Jonathan Chapman July 1, 
Peter Robertson Jan. 1, 
Archibald M c Millan Jan. 1, 
William Hastings Jun r Jan. 1 
John Whitehorn Dec. 1, 
John M c Coy Ap. 22, 

a Marine on board Ship Raleigh, or 
dered to be struck off the roll Nov. 1 
1779 
Cap 1 James Ford Sept. 19, 1777 ) 

to continue four Months (paid in full) j 
Private Nehemiah Pierce Jan. 1, 1777 | 
to continue to Jan. 1, 1780 (paid in full) \ 
William Hazeltine Sept. 24, 1777 1 
to continue one year (paid in full j 

John Simpson Jan. 1, 1776) 

to continue three years (paid in full \ 

Abraham Kimball Sept. 18, 1777 
to continue two years (paid in full 

William Simms Sept. 18, 1777 
to continue eighteen m'ths (paid in full) j 

Hibbard Morrill Jan. 1, 1778 
to continue one year (paid in full 

Thomas Green Jan. 1, 1776) 

to continue three years (paid in full j 

Abraham Lawrence May 31, 1 779. 

Mrs. Sarah Adams (Widow of Lieu' Col ~) 

Winborn Adams) half of L* Col os pay I 

for seven years from the death of her [ 

said Husband J 

Anna Thomas (half pay of 



Sums paid in Cont 1 
Currency 



£■ s.d. 



21. 


0. 


18. 


0. 


10. 


0. 


36. 


0.0 


46. 


0. 


34- 


0. 


34- 


0. 


6. 


0. 


39- 


0. 



14. o. 



24. o. 



36. 



^ 



24. o. 



18. o. 



12. 



36. 



£^i: 



Sums paid in New 
Emission 



S. s.d. 



15. o. 



30. 0.0 



£ 6 3°- 



Exeter March 4 th 1782. Errors Excepted 
[n ' Committee on Claims Mar 11, 1782. 
This Account is well vouched 



John Taylor Oilman 
Ex d pr Josiah Oilman Jun r . 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 323 

[7-180] [List of Pensioners, 1785.] 

A List of Pensioners for the State of New Hampshire 

Lieut. Joseph Huntoon — 1 quarter of monthly pay, and payed up to Novem- 
ber 14 th 1784 

Lieut. Jonathan Emerson — on half pay — I believe his pay has been reduced 
by order of the Committee of Safety. Payed up to Sep' i th 1782 

Lieut. Col. Benj a Titcomb half pay — Payed up to May I th 1784 

Lieut. John Orr half pay — Payed up to Dec. 27, 1785 

Lieut. Andrew M c Gaffy — one third of monthly pay Paid up to Nov. 1, 

1784 
Lieut. James Gould half pay — Payed up to March 15 th 1784 
Ensign Aaron Smith half pay — Payed up to Feb'y 1, 1785 
Major Sam 1 Sherburne half pay — Payed up to Sep' 11 th 1784 
Capt. Rheuben Dow 36 s. pr Month — Payed up to x\pril 6 th 1784 

Eleazer Martin half pay — Payed up to June i th 1783 
Serg' Aaron Copp half pay — Payed up to May 211 785 
Corporal Jeremiah Toll half pay Payed up to Oct i th 1784 
John Bean half pay — Payed up to Febr u 15 th 1784 
Daniel Brown half pay — Payed up to July i' 1784 
Peter Robinson half pay — Payed up t Sept. I th 1783 

N. B. Accepted an order in favor of John M c Millan for one year's 
pay which is now Due but remains unpaid — he has also sold his half 
pay during life to Nahum Baldwin Esq r 
William Hastings half pay — Payed up to Octo I th 1784 
Moses Cass half pay — Payed up to Oct" 20 th 1783 
Sam 1 Potter 12 s. pr Month — Payed up to August 10 th 1784 
Daniel Russel half pay — Payed up to March 20 th 1784 
Abner Gage half pay — Payed up to May i th 1784 
Jonathan Woolly half pay — Payed up to January I th 1784 
Jonathan Chapman half pay — Payed up to April i th 1784 
Serj' John Robb quarter of Monthly pay — Payed up to April I th 1784. 
Josiah Magoon 30 s. pr Month — Payed up to Ap 1 n, 1785. 
William Wood quarter of Monthly pay — Payed up to April I th 1784 
William Spalden half pay — Payed up to April 1, 1785 
Silas Gill half pay — Payed up January i th 1 784 
Samuel Boid 10 s. pr Month — Payed up to Dec r 3 d 1784 
William Lakin half pay — Payed up to Dec r 4, 1784 
Moses Trussel half pay — from the time his whole pay ceased — 
Capt. Chase Taylor — Quarter of Monthly pay 
Joseph Morril — half pay — 
Abraham Lawrence — half pay — 
Nathaniel Church — half pay — P d to June i th 1784 
Edward Evans — half pay — P d to July 3 th 1784 
Lieut. Daniel M c Murphy half pay — P d to May 1, 1785 
Wid° Abigail Clayes half pay — P d to Nov r 15 th 1784 



324 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

John Simpson put on half pay March 12, 1779 & continued per vote 26 

Oct 1784 & p d up to i st Oct 1784 
Arch d M c Millan at 10 s. per m° p d to 10 June 1784 
Reuben Spencer \ pay from Jany 1 — 1777 — p d to Jany I st 1785 — 
L' James Gould p d up to 15 March 1785 

Sam 1 Fugard p d up to 3 d Nov r 1784 per vote 23 Feb 1785 — 

Committee of Safety to revise the list of Pensioners passed Sept. 
12 th 1782 — 

1782 Sept. 21 L l Tho s Simpson struck off the list of Pensioners, but per 
vote of 19 th Feb. 1785 was allowed quarterly pay to 18 Feby. 1785 & an 
order was granted 22 Feby. 1785 

Phebe Colburn wid° of D Col. Colburn paid seven years half pay from 19"' 
Sept 1777 on 19 May 1785 

[Abigail Clayes was the widow of. Capt. Elijah Clayes of Fitz- 
william. — Ed.] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



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Loss of left thumb, and the use of his arm. 

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Wound in the ankle still open 

Wound in his face 

Ball in his body 

Worn out in the Service 

Wound in the elbow 

Wound in the arm 

Wound in the belly still open 

Painful disorder in one testicle 

Wound in the body 

Wound in the ankle still open 

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Island 
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Wound in the left wrist, hand useless 
Wound in the hip 
Wound in the thigh 
Wound thro' the jaws 
Loss of his left arm 
Dislocated shoulder 
Wound in his side 

Painful stiffness in the ankle from a wound 
Constitution brok" in service 
Wound in his right hand 


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Sam' Lamont 
Jon a Chapman 
Edward Evans 
Will" 1 Nealey 
L' Thomas Simpson 
John Ward 
Arch d M c Millan 
L* Joseph Huntoon 
James Colby 
Corp' Dav d Duncan 
Rich d Sherman 
John Trickey 
Maj Sam' Sherburne 

L' Chase Taylor 
Serj. Aaron Copp 
Ananias Tubbs 
James Campbell 
Tho s Haines 
Uriah Stone, Steward 
Paris Richardson 
Dan 1 Russell 
Capt. Reub n Dow 
L l Robert Barnett 
Noah Marsh 



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State of New Hampshire. — Pursuant to an order of the honor- 
able, the General Assembly of said State appointing the subscribers, 
together with Cap 1 Dudley Odlin, a committee for the purpose, they 
have examined the above applicants with their vouchers ; & are of 
opinion that the three first are entitled to a pension of two dollars 
per month, each, to commence from the date of their respective dis- 
charges, that William Lakin having received a pension on the state 
list to the 31 st of July is entitled to two dollars per month from that 
time. That Moses Swett George & John Clough appear to have 
received wounds, which, with proper vouchers, which vouchers they 
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to the monthly pensions annexed to their names. [George $1.50 
and Clough $2 per month. — Ed.] Jotham Nute not having pre- 
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ers, that he ought to receive a pension of two dollars per month, 
from the date of his discharge, after passing examination — 

All which is submitted by Sam 1 Tenney ) r ... 

W m Parker } <- ommittee 

To the Honorable The Senate & House of Representatives of the 
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[7-223] 

Pay Roll for Officers Widows and Invalid Pensions, 1 788 & 1 789. 



Names 


1788 


1789 


V Dan 1 M c Murphy 


Aug. 


6 


48. 0. 


Aug. 


4 


48. 0. 


Corp John Smith 


a 


7 


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Thomas Haines 


Sept. 


1 


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2 


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Aug. 


2 5 


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a 


3 


12. 0. 


Josiah Magoon 


a 


7 


18. 


Aug. 


3 


18. 0. 


Richard Sherman 


a 


21 


9- 


Sept. 


14 


9- 


Noah Marsh 








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27 


6. 


Sam 1 Lamont 


Sept. 


6 


12. 


Aug. 


2 


12. 


John M c Coy 


Aug. 


21 


12. 








Joseph Morrill 


Sept. 


2 


12. 


Aug. 


24 


12. 


L* Thomas Simpson 


Nov. 


x 3 


24. 








Jere h Towle 


Aug. 


20 


9.12. 


Sept. 


17 


9. 12. 


Jona. Chapman 


a 


21 


12. 








Cap* Reuben Dow 








Jan. 


17 


21.12 


Edward Evans 


Nov. 


6 


12. 


Sept. 


17 


12. 


L 4 John Orr 


Aug. 


20 


36- 








James Campbell 








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Nov. 


13 


18. 








Noah Sinkler 


June 


: 3 


9- 


Mar. & Oct. 


18. 0. 


Sam 1 Boyd 


Aug. 


11 


18. 


Aug. 


14 


18. 0. 


John Simpson 








Jan. 


21 


24. 


Cap' Nathan Sanborn 


Aug. 


14 


12. 


Oct. 


20 


12. 


Andrew M c Gaffey 








Feb. 


2 3 


32. 0. 


William Wallace 


Oct. 


7 


9.12. 


Sept. 


4 


9.12. 


William Hastings 








Jan. 


6 


12. 0. 


John Whitehorn 


Oct. 


22 


12. 








L l James Gould 


Nov. 


12 


48. 








Ens. Aaron Smith 


Aug. 


20 


36. 








Arch d M c Millan 


Nov. 




12. 








L* Joseph Huntoon 


Sept. 


2 


36. 


Aug. 


3 


36. 0. 


David Duncan 


Aug. 


21 


12. 


a 


24 


12. 


Maj. Sam 1 Sherburne 


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15 


90. 








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it 


6 


18. 








Uriah Stone 


Dec. 


14 


18. 








Paris Richardson 








Jan. 


20 


12. 


Daniel Russell 


June 


10 


9- 








Peter Akerman 








Jan. 


1 


12. 


U Robert Barnett 


Sept. 


2 


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1788 


1789 


Daniel Bussell 








May 


16 


12. 


Stephen Richardson 








Jan. 


9 


7. 4. 


Nathaniel Church 


Oct. 


6 


12. 








Serj. Oliver Thurston 


Aug. 


12 


7. 4. 


Aug. 


J 5 


7. 4. 


William Wood 


June 


11 


9- 


Jan. 


17 


9- 


Reuben Spencer 


Sept. 


18 


24. 








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a 


2 5 


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Sept. 


22 


24. 



[7-226] 



{Pension Roll, Nov., 1789.] 



A Return of the Invalids resident in the State of New Hampshire 
who have been examined by a Committee appointed by an act of 
said State agreeably to a Resolve of Congress of the 7th June 
1785.— 



John Smith 


s. 

22 


37 


W d thro his left hip 


2 N. H 


fit 


John M c Coy 


20 


22 


Grape shot in hip 


Raleigh 


unfit 


Sam 1 Fugard 


3° 


57 


Asthma, worn out 


1 N. H. 


do 


Dan 1 M c Murphy 


80 


54 


W d in the breast 


Starks 


do 


Josiah Magoon 


3° 


22 


Epileptic fitts 


1 N. H 


do 


Noah Sinkler 


15 


3 1 


W d thro his arm 


2 " 


fit 


Sam 1 Boyd 


3° 


59 


Worn out in service 


1 " 


unfit 


John Simpson 


20 


3 1 


W d in the hand 


Starks 


do 


John Orr 


60 


37 


W d in thigh, open 


Stick' y 


fit 


Nathan Sanborn 


20 


51 


W d in arm 


Evans 


do 


Jere h Towle 


16 


27 


W d thro body & arm 


1. N. H. 


do 


W m Wallace 


16 


28 


W d thro body & elbow 


1 " 
j 


unfit 


And w M c Gaffey 


53 


42 


W d in the side 


3 " 


fit 


Moses Trussell 


20 


3 2 


Loss of left arm 


Starks 


unfit 


W m Hastings 


20 


2 5 


W d in leg, open 


Peabody 


do 


Jn° Whitehorn 


20 


54 


Wound in knee. 


Wigglesworths 
Ms. 


do 


James Gould 


80 


44 


W d thro the body 


1 N. H. 


do 


Aaron Smith 


60 


44 


W d thro the elbow 


Bedel 


fit 


Sam. Lamont 


20 


40 


Loss of use of arm 


Johnsons 


unfit 


Jon a Chapman 


20 


60 


Stiff knee 


Starks 


do 


Edw d Evans 


20 


4i 


W d in ankle, open 


1 N. H. 


fit 


W m Nealey 


10 


45 


W d in his face 


do 


do 


Tho s Simpson 


40 


3 1 1 


ball in his body 


3 N. H. 


do 



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345 



John Ward 


20 




Dead 






Arch d M c Millan 


20 


53 


w d in the elbow 


Starks 


fit 


Joseph Huntoon 


60 


43 


w d in the arm 


3 N. H. 


do 


James Cobby 


20 


44 


w d in belly, open 


Bridges 


unfit 


Dav d Duncan 


20 


45 


disorder in testicle 


3 N. H. 


fit 


Rich d Sherman 


15 


40 


w d in the body 


do 


do 


John Trickey 


J 5 


42 


w d in ankle, open 


do 


do 


Sam. Sherburne 


£1° 


2S 


loss of leg, R. Island 




do 


Chase Taylor 


80s. 


49 


w d in thigh 


Stickney 


do 


Aaron Copp 


3° 


42 


w d in wrist. 


3.N. H 


unfit 


Ananias Tubbs 


9 


45 


w d in hip 


Nichols 


fit 


James Campbell 


9 


27 


w d in thigh 


1 N. H. 


do 


Tho s Haines 


10 


27 


w d thro the jaws 


do 


do 


Uriah Stone 


3° 


36 


loss of left arm 


Spitfire, R.I. 


unfit 


Paris Richardson 


20 




dislocated shoulder 


1 N. H. 


do 


Dan 1 Russell 


15 


3 2 


w d in his side 


2 " 


fit 


Reuben Dow 


36 


56 


stiff ankle 


Prescotts Mass. 


do 


Rob 4 Barnett 


60 


38 


constitution broken 


2 N. H 


do 


Noah Marsh 


10 


3° 


w d in right hand 


do 


do 


Joseph Morrill 


20 


39 


loss of sight, S. pox 


Starks 


unfit 


Neh h Peirce 


20 


36 


loss of health 


2 N. H. 


do 


Abner Gage 


9 


34 


w d in the foot 


Starks 


fit 


Rich d Howe 


20 


43 


loss of eye sight 


2 N. H. 


unfit 


Step" Richardson 


12 


29 


deafness & worn out 


do 


do 


Nath 1 Church 


20 


36 


loss of right leg 


Peabody 


do 


Peter Akerman 


20 


39 


stiff elbow 


3 N. H 


do 


Peter Robertson 


20 


42 


loss of right hand 


Starks 


do 


Dan 1 Buzzell 


20 


40 


loss of one leg 


Poors 


do 


Oliver Thurston 


12 


43 


ball lodged in thigh 


2 N. H 


fit 


Will ra Wood 


15 


34 


w d in elbow 


1 — 1 




Tho s Green 


20 


35 


w d in shoulder 


2. CO 




Elisha Thomas 






Dead 


2 " 

3 ft 




Joseph Mack 


12 


33 


w d in the side 


CD 
1 1 




Reuben Spencer 


20 


3° 


loss of left thigh 


J. Reed 


unfit 


Eben r Lock 


21 


28 


w d in right thigh 


15 Mass. 


fit 


Joshua Bell — became 


20 




enrolled per order of 






an idiot 






Court 







State of New Hampshire Exeter Nov r 28, 1789 — Exam'd per 
Joseph Pearson Reg r — 

Copy The above was sent to H. Knox Secy at War — 

Sir — I have the honor herewith to transmit a Return of r the In- 
valid Pensioners resident in the State of New Hampshire who have 



346 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

served in the Army or Navy of the U. S. or in the Militia in the 
Service of the U. S. agreeably to the report of a Committee appointed 
to examine them — I am &c [No signature.] 

Hon. Henry Knox Esq 
Secy, at War — 

[The foregoing list has no headings over the columns. The first 
column is the rate per month in shillings ; the second is probably 
the person's age ; the last is whether fit or unfit for garrison duty. — 
Ed.] 



[DOCUMENTS RELATING TO PENSIONS. 

By a resolution passed Aug. 26, 1776, the Continental Congress 
provided "That every commissioned officer, non-commissioned officer 
and private soldier, who shall lose a limb in any engagement, or be 
so disabled in the service of the United States of America as to 
render him incapable afterwards of getting a livelihood, shall receive 
during his life, or the continuance of such disability, the one half 
of his monthly pay from and after the time that his pay as an officer 
or soldier ceases ; to be paid by the committee as hereafter men- 
tioned." And that those "who shall be wounded in any engagement 
so as to be rendered incapable of serving in the army or navy, though 
not totally disabled from getting a livelihood, shall receive such 
monthly sum as shall be judged adequate by the assembly or other 
representative body of the state where he belongs or resides, upon 
application to them for that purpose, provided the same doth not 
exceed his half pay." 

The legislatures of the several states were recommended to ap- 
point registrars of invalids to examine all documents of applicants 
for pensions, and register their names, etc. The following docu- 
ments, presented by applicants, are published as containing much 
information not otherwise obtainable, relative to those who sustained 
wounds in that great struggle for independence. Some of their 
petitions were published in the three volumes of town papers, be- 
fore it was decided to have the Revolutionary war rolls printed, and 
some have undoubtedly been lost. — Ed.] 



[8-1] [Committee Report.] 

Exeter Feb^ 28 h 1783 
The Committee to Consider of the Petitions of Sick & wounded 
officers & soldiers &c beg leave to report in part viz 

1 That William Lakin of Hancock late a Soldier in Col° Dearborns 
New Hamp r Reg 1 be enrolled as an invalid Pensioner, entitled to re- 
ceive half pay from the time of his discharge till further order 

2 d That Sam 1 Boyd late a Soldier in y e Reg 1 afore d now of New 
Boston be enroll'd as afore d & entitled to received Ten shillings p 1 ' 
month from the time of his discharg till further orders — 



34-8 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

3 d That Edward Evans of Plymouth late a Soldier in y e i' N H 
Reg' be entitled to have & receive half pay from the time of his 
discharge till further orders & that he be enroll'd for that purpose — 

4 h That Jeremiah Towl of Chester, already enroll'd be Contin- 
ued on half pay — 

5 h That Oliver Thurston of Brentwood be entitled to have & 
receive Two Dollars p 1 ' month from the time he had his discharge 
from the Army to the i6 h day of Feby 1783 — on account of a wound 
he Received by a Musquet ball. 

6 h That Paris Richardson of Acworth receive as an invalid pen- 
sioner, Twenty Shillings p r month for the term of one year from the 
time of his discharge — and that he be enroll'd for that Purpose — 

7 That Abner Gage of Pelham be put on half pay from the time 
of his discharge from the army up to this time, and that he be en- 
titled to receive Six Shillings p r M° from this time till further order 
& that he be enrolld for that purpose 

8 That Silas Gill of New Ipswich — late Soldier in y e 1 st N H — 
Reg 1 be entitled to receive half pay from the time of his discharge 
till further orders & that he be enroll'd for that purpose — 

9 That Lieut Col Benjamin Titcomb be entitled to receive 
Twenty Dollars p r month from his discharge from the Army to this 
Day & Ten Dollars p r month from this time till further orders & 
that he be properly enroll'd therefor — 

10 That the account of D r Levi Dearborn for visits Med s &c 
adminstered to Elip 1 Veazey, amounting to 24/ 3 d — and the account 
of Daniel Dearborn for the Necessary Support of said veazey for 
several months in his last sickness, amounting to ,£24.4.3 be paid out 
of the Treasury — and that the same be Charged in account toward 
satisfying the arreas due for the said Veazys wages & Deprecia- 
tion — That the proper Certificates & Vouchers be exhibited & 
viewed by the officer appointed for that purpose before he enroll & 
Register the afore named persons, as proposed on the pension List 

J. Bartlett for Com tte 

State of New 1 

Hampshire ) In the House of Representatives March I st 1783 the 
foregoing report having been read & considered Voted that it be 
received & accepted & that the President give order accordingly — 

Sent up for Concurrence 

John Dudley Speaker 

In Council the same day read & Concurred 

E Thompson Sec y 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 349 

[8-9] [Widow SaraJi Adams. .] 

To the Hon ble the Senat & House of Representatives for the 
State of New Hampshire in General Court Conven'd at Portsmouth 
Ocf 1784 — 

The Petition of Sarah Adams of Exeter Widow to the late U Col° 
Winborn Adams Humbly Sheweth, that her late Husband was killed 
in the Battle of Bemis's Hiths on the 19 th of Sept r 1777 — that in 
Dec r 1780 the Gen 1 Assembly for this State was pleased Agreeably 
to the Resolves of Congress to Grant her the one half of her s d 
Husbands pay for seven years and to order the Officer Appointed to 
pay the Invalead pentioners, to pay her the Money as it became 
due Viz at the close of each year — that your petitioner repetedly 
Apply'd to said Officer for said Money, but to no purpose he having 
none in his hands, after which an Order pass'd the Gen 1 Assembly 
directing that State Notes should Issue to said pentioners for pay- 
ment ; but no provision was made for the payment of what Inter- 
est had then Arrisen — that on the 22 nd of Nov r 1782 She rec d Notes 
for as Many years half pay as had then become due, that your peti- 
tioner Conceives it to be Not only the intention of Congress ; but 
also of this State, that said pentions should be paid Annually, either 
in money or Notes on Interest — that it was not the fait of your peti- 
tioner that Notes were not Issued to her Yearly on Interest as well 
as to other pentioners — that your petitioner in full Confidence that 
this Hon ble Court will not discreminate between suffering pentioners 
simelarly Circumstanced, Humbly pray your Honours to take her 
case into your wise Consideration, and order that Sertificates be 
Issued to her for the Interest due before she receiv'd s d notes ; or 
relieve her in such other way as to your Honours Seem meet & your 
petitioner as in duty bound shall ever pray. 

Sam 1 Adams, in behalf of the petitioner. 

Nottingham Septem r 5 th 1782 
To Mr Ephraim Robinson Paymaster to the List of Pentioners for 
the State of Newhampshir Sir Please to Send Me by Col Thomas 
Bartlett What is Due to Me for half Pay of My Late Husband Lieu 4 Col 
Winborn Adams and You Will Very Much oblige Sarah Adams 

Exeter November 20 th 1782 
Receiv'd of Ephraim Robinson To Certificates amounting to five 
hundred & Thirty pounds in full of half pay due to M rs Sarah Adams 
Wid° to the late Lieu 1 Co 11 Winborn Adams to Septem r 19 th 1782 no 
Interest being allowed thereon 

^330. Tho s Bartlet 

[See Vol. XI. p. 586.] 



350 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-1 1 ] [Peter Akerman, of Rye. .] 

To whom it may Concern. — The Bearer Peter Akerman Col° Scam- 
mells Regiment Cap 1 Beals Company Being wounded in the Arm and 
unfit for Duty has a Furlow for two Months — 

M. Treat Phy. Gen 1 N. D. 
General Hospital Northern \ 
Department Nov. 23, 1777 \ 

The Bearer is permitted to pass the Ferry 

By order of the Gen 1 — 

The Bearer Peter Akerman of Col. Scammel's Regiment being- 
wounded in his right Arm by which he is rendered unable to handle 
his Musquet is recommended to the Corps of Invalids — 

J Warren S. S. G. H. 

Boston General Hospital May 14 th 1778. 



Boston April 11, 1780 
Peter Akerman of the Corps of Invalids and late of Col. Scam- 
mells Reg 1 (having served in the Continental Army the term of three 
years for which he inlisted as he says which if true) he is at his own 
request hereby Discharged from said Army 
By order of the Comra 1 — 

Osgood Carleton L l 



[8-13] 

Portsmouth Jan>' 4 th 1785. 

this May Certifie that Peter Akerman Solder in Cap 1 Beel Com- 
pany third N. H. Redgment was Wounded the 19 of Sep 4 1777 In 
his Right Arm — John Dennett Cap 1 

Jon a Cass Cap 4 
James Wedgwood Lu l 



An extract from a Vote of Court passed June 17 th 1785 on the 
petition of Peter Akerman, "That by a Resolve of Congress of the 
26 th of Aug 1 1 776 he is entitled to have & receive the sum of twenty 
shillings per month from the time his pay as a soldier ceased, till 
further order of the Gen 1 Court, and that he be enrolled as an Invalid 
pensioner, & orders be issued for payment, and that the monies so 
paid be charged against the United States " — 

Attest Joseph Pearson D. Secy 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 35 1 

Exeter August 10 th 1785 — There appears to be clue to Peter Ak- 
erman sixty three pounds thirteen shillings and four pence in full for 
pay at 20 s per m° as an Invalid from 1 ith April 1780 to 31 July 1785 
inclusively — Joseph Pearson Pay Master 

,£63.13.11 

Exeter Aug — 10th 1785. Rec d an order on the Treas r for a Note 
for the within Contents — Peter Akerman 

Rockingham ss. / 

Exeter 1 7th Nov r 1 787 \ Peter Akerman personally appear'd before 
me, one of the Justices of the Peace for said County & made oath 
that he is an inhabitant of the town of Rye in the County afore- 
said — Sam 1 Jenness Jus 1 Peace 



State of New Hampshire — This certifies that Peter Akerman 
served as a private Soldier in the 3 d Regiment of said State — that 
he has produced sufficient evidence of his having received a wound, 
while in the service of the United States, by which his right arm is 
rendered stiff & almost useless — & that we judge him to be thereby 
entitled to a pension of twenty shillings per month from 31 July 1786. 

Sam 1 Tenney, Committee 

Exeter Nov 1 ' 7 th 1787 

[Akerman's petition may be found in Vol. XIII. p. 365. — Ed.] 



[8-15] {Robert Bamett, of Londonderry.'] 

To the Hon ble the Council & House of Representatives of the state 
of New Hampshire — 
Humbly Sheweth 

Robert Barnett of Londonderry in the County of 
Rockingham Gent — actuated by the Principles of true Liberty & 
urged by the then melancolly prospect of publick Affairs did (imme- 
diately on the Commencement of Hostilities at Lexington) step forth 
in his Countrys Cause and join a Regiment then forming to be Com- 
manded by Co 1 Stark — soon after the Battle of Bunker Hill hap- 
pened — in which he so distinguished himself as to gain the Appro- 
bation of his Superior Officers as to advance him to a Lieutenancy 
in a Company then Commanded by Cap" Reid and Continued in said 
Company during their Rout from Cambridge to New York & Canada 
in the Spring of the Year 1776 — & during the Summer Season of 
said Year he was greatly Exposed being anxious for the Safety of his 



352 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

fellow sufferers as well as for himself in the Retreat from St John's 
to Crown Point & Ticonderoga being often obliged when overheated 
in Body to wade in the Water and with all Obliged to take up with 
Unwholsome diet brought upon him a Complication of Disorders of 
the most fatal kind such as the Putred feaver — Scurvey &c which 
Occasioned his Leaving the Camp on the 14 th of the following Octo- 
ber his disorders still Increasing Obliged him to tarry at Castleton 
fifteen Weeks during which he Underwent a multiplicity of Hard- 
ship being so situated that even the necessaries in sickness could 
not be Obtained Whereby as is thought, the Scurvey Raged to an 
uncommon degree — & in Consequence he, deprived of the greater 
part of his Upper Jaw and a part of his Upper Lip to that degree as 
not only to disfigure his face but to Render him Incapable of Con- 
versing with the greater part of the Human Species — such was his 
Situation when he Returned to his friends in the month of Feb y 1777 
— & such has been his Case ever sence and What augments his 
Uppareled Grief is that their is left np prospect of being Restored 
to his former Vigour and Usefullness the Idea he Retains of his 
former Activity as Well in publick as private Life together with the 
Idea of what might have happened in future had his Health and 
speech been Continued & also his present Situation being as it were 
a mere Cypher in the Active World peirces his very soul & Renders 
him a Striking Example of Humane Nature in being as it were sud- 
denly Removed from a State of Youth, Usefullness, & Vigour, to 
that of melancolly dejection & every other Consequent Concomitant 

Wherefore your Humble Supplicant most earnestly calls upon your 
Honours for a while to turn your thoughts from matters of a more 
General to the Subject matter of his Petition which is that Honours 
would make him Compensation for his disbursements to the Doctor 
Nurse &c in his Sickness at Casleton &c and if Consistant with a 
late Resolution of Congress that he may be considered as an Invalede 
in the Continental Service according to his Rank That your Honours 
in Junction with the other Legislative Powers of the American States 
might be happily Instrumental of Establishing true Liberty in Amer- 
ica on a Permanent and sure Basis is the Sincere Prayer of Your 
Honours Humble Servant — Rob 1 Barnett 

Londonderry 3 d March 1778 — 



[8-17] 

This may Certify that Cap 1 Robert Barnet late of the Invalid Reg 1 
did Enter into the Service of the United States imediately after the 
Commencement of Hostilities by the British in the year 1775 he 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 353 

being then of a hale firm Constitution and Serv'd as an Ensign in the 
Reg 1 which I did command the said Campaign and in the first of the 
year Seventy Six he was promoted to a Lieutenancy in said Reg 1 
and in the spring of said year the Reg 1 was ordered to New York 
and from thence to Canada all which time said Barnet did his duty 
faithfully as an officer in said Reg 1 untill by our Rapid retreat from 
Canada he haveing the small pox at the same time officers and sol- 
diers being almost all unfit for duty : and he striveing to do his duty 
further than his health would then allow of all for the preservation of 
his Country a Complication of disorders Esued such as fevers — 
Black scurvey &c which rendered him unfit for any further duty in 
the field and as he has ever since remained in an infirm state of 
health striveing the best he can to patch up a broken Constitution 
attained in the service of his Country I think he has Justly merited 
the notice of his Countrymen and would warmly recomend him to 
have the benefit of a Resolve of Congress pased June 7 th 1785 

Derry field aug 1 16 th 1786 John Stark Major General 

This may Certify that Cap 1 Robert Barnet late of the Invalid Reg 1 
was transfered to said Reg 1 by the Honb 1 Board of War then sitting 
in Philadelphia for reasons of disability attained in the Service of 
the United States he joined said Reg in the year 1779 and con- 
tinued to do Garrison duty in the same untill the Reg 1 was discharged 
which was in the month of June 1783 

Haverhill June 3 d 1786 Moses mc Farland Major Invalid Reg 1 



[8-19] 

I hereby certify that Captain Robert Barnet formerly an Officer in 
Gen 1 John Stark's Reg 1 in the service of the United American States, 
was seized in Sepf 1 Jj6 with a most violent putrid Malignant Camp 
fever during the last Campaign at Ticonderoga which confined him 
to his room till January 1777, when moved to his Father's house in 
Londonderry where I was called to visit him — and upon examination 
I fount that a great part (of the Ossa Maxillaria) of the upper jaw 
with Eight teeth were entirely gone — Also a large fissure with a 
considerable loss of substance in the upper Lip ; consequently his 
voice in a great measure similar to a person with that species of 
Hare-lip where the palate or roof of the Mouth is divided — 

His recovery was very slow indeed — and truly ever since he has 
been subject to bilious complaints & Aguish paroxysms by turns — 

23 



354 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

in short he seldom enjoys a good state of health for any length of 
time owing to the effects of his former fever in 1776 

Londonderry Sept r 5 th 1786 G : Wood Surgeon &c 

I certify that Lieu 1 Robert Barnet was transferred to the Invalid 
reg* the first day of June 1779 & has continued therein to this day. 
Fishkill 25 June 1783 Lewis Nichols Col Inv. 

Londonderry 28 th June 1787 — 

Then Cap 1 Rob* Barnet came before me one of the Justices of the 
county of Rockingham in the state of N Hampshire and made oath 
that he is an inhabitant of the town of Londonderry in the county 
aforesaid — Attest Geo : Reid Jus Peace 

[See Vol. XII. p. 465.] 



[8-20] \Archelcms Batcheldcr, of Wilton.] 

To the Honourable the Council and House of Representatives for 
the State of New Hampshire in General Court to be Convend at 
Exeter on the second Wednesday of Febuary Instant, the Petition 
o%the Subscriber humbly Sheweth. — 

That your Petitioner has been Personally Engag d in the Service of 
the United States of America Twenty one Months — that agreable to 
A Requisition of the Honourable the General Court of this State Your 
Petitioner in the Month of July last past, Engag d in the Service of this 
State with the Melitia, under the Command of Brigadier General 
Starks — that in the Battle near Bennington on the Sixteenth day 
of August last your Petitioner when Exerting himself with the Great- 
est Ardour to do Honour to the Arms of the Unites States, and on 
the Moment that Victory was declar d in our favour, Received a 
Wound under his Arm, which has Occasioned much loss of time and 
much Expence for Nursing Surgery and Necessary Articles — that 
your Petitioners Circumstances are not Affluent — Therefore your 
Petitioner Prays your Honours to take his Case under your wise Con- 
sideration, and Grant him Such Releaf as Your Honours in your Wis- 
dom shall find his Circumstances Require — And your Humble Peti- 
tioner as in duty bound shall ever Pray — 

Wilton February y e 9 1778 Archelaus Batchelder 

\Surgcoris Certificate.] 

this may certify that Lieut : Archelas Batchelor doing duty as an 
orderly Sergeant in Capt : goss Company and Col Nichols Reg 1 gen- 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 355 

eral Starks Brigade in the two months Service at walloom Sook 
Near to Bennington on the Sixteenth of august Last past in A D 1777 
was wounded an ounce ball entering his left Side was cut out Near 
to his back bone — which rendered him incapable of doing any duty 
untill the term he ingaged for was expired and was very fare from 
well when he went home — John Young ssurgeon to s d Reg 1 . 

Peterborough April 17 th 1778. 



[8-21] 

To the Honble Councill & House of Representatives State of N 
Hampshire &c 

Gentlemen this Certifyeth that Lieu* Archales Bacheldor, of Willton, 
served as a Voluntier, in my Brigade, the Last Campaign and did 
Duty as an orderly Serjent & had the Misfortune to be Badly 
Wounded, which has put him to both pain & cost to him, & Still con- 
tinues, to be unable to support himself, begs your Assistance, by 
Granting him such as your Honors may Think for the good of the 
Service — & you will much oblidge Gentlemen 
Your Most obedient Very Humble Serv* 

John Stark B G 
Derryfield 27 th Feb? 1778 



[8-22] [ Widow of Capt. Beale.~\ 

To His Excellency the President, The Hon ble the Senate, and House 
of Representatives, of the State of New Hampshire in General Court 
Convened October 20 th 1784 — 
Humbly shew, 

William Badger of Newmarket in the County of 
Rockingham Shipwright and Abigail his Wife who was the Widow 
of Zecheriah Beale late of Portsmouth in said County Esq r deceased 
late a Captain in the New Hampshire line in the Continental Army 
— That on the Twenty Seventh Day of October A. D. 1777, he 
died in the Service of the United States leaving her his Widow 
and three Orphan Children in indigent circumstances. That in pur- 
suance of a Resolve of Congress of the Twenty fourth of August 
A D 1780 — your Petitioners Apprehend She was entitled to a 
Captains half pay during her Widowhood and from their Enter- 
marriage the said Orphans to the Same until this time, they there- 
fore Pray that it may be granted them Accordingly with the Intrest 
due thereon & as bound Shall pray &c 

Newmarket 25 th October 1784 W m Badger 

Abigaill Badger 



356 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

William Badger, and Abigail Beal both of Portsmouth Married by 
the Rev d Sam 1 Haven 1779 
Recorded May 24 th 1779 — 

State of New Hampshire Rockingham ss — 

I hereby Certify that the foregoing is a Copy taken from the Book 
of Marriages belonging to the Town of Portsmouth and that I find 
on the files the Original Certificate for the Above Named Badger & 
Beal dated the 8 th day of March 1779, and M r Havens return on the 
same that they were Married Mar 1779 — 

Jeremiah Libbey Town Clerk 

State of New Hampshire 

An Extract from a Vote of Court (passed Nov r 4 th 1 784) on the 
petition of William Badger & Abigail his wife, who was the widow 
of Zachariah Beale late a Cap 1 in the New Hampshire line ; 

That the prayer thereof be granted so far as is consistent with 
the Resolve of Congress of Aug st the 24 th 1780 — 

Attest Joseph Pearson D Sec y 



[8-24] {John Bean.] 

This may certify that the Bearer John Bean of the third New 
Hamp Regim 1 received a Wound in his left Arm in an engagement 
with the Enemy at Newtown on the 29 th of Aug 1 1779 by which he 
is at present rendered unable to labor and is recommended to the 
Notice of the State as the Term of his service is expired — 

Given at Danbury Jan y 23 1780 

Enoch Poor B. Gen 1 

[John Bean was probably of Poplin, now Fremont. — Ed.] 



[8-25] {Widow of Captain Bel/.] 

State of ) To the Honorable the Senate & House of Rep- 

New Hampshire ) resentatives in General assembly convened at 
Portsmouth — 

Humbly shews Elizabeth Bell Relict of Cap 1 Frederick Mordant Bell 
Deceased That, at a time when the Insulting hand of British power 
threatned to overturn the Liberties of This Country her late Husband 
fired with patriotic zeal in the Cause of Liberty Suddenly Quitted Do- 
mestic Ease & Happiness & flew to Arms in Defence of those Rights 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 357 

which America then Claimed & now has the happiness to Injoy 
without Controul — in the Line of this state so deservedly distin- 
guished for its Bravery & Solderly conduct, he served from the com- 
mencement of hostilities in the Quality of a Captain untill the 19 th 
of Septem r 1 Jjj when at the head of his Company in an Engagement 
with the Enemies of his Country he received a wound whis has for- 
ever deprived her of the Best of husbands & by putting a Speedy 
period to his Life prevented his Ever Enjoying the sweets of that 
Liberty for which he fought & bled — Your petitioner need not in- 
form your honors of the provision Congress has made for the un- 
fortunate widows of those who died in their Country's Cause or of 
the repeated Recommendations to the several states to see those 
Resolves carried into Effect — she therefore at this Day of peace 
& tranquility when Every Citizen is reaping the fruits of a conquest 
purchased with such streams of American Blood prays your Honours 
to take her unhappy Situation into your Thoughts & give to her & 
her bereaved orphans Such relief as your own feelings may Suggest 
& your wisdom direct & She will Ever pray Elizabeth Bell 

October 29 th 1784 



Exeter Aug 21, 1786 

Receivd of Joseph Pearson a Certificate for One hundred & thirty 
six pounds due to the Orphan Children of the late Capt Frederic M. 
Bell in full for half pay per Janvrin Fisher 

;£i36..o..o 

Portm Feb? 10, 1786 — 

Reed of Joseph Pearson a Certificate for three hundred & sixty 
eight pounds in full for half pay to 18 Nov r 1782 as wid° of the late 
Cap 1 F Bell — John Gage 

^368..o..o 

[Captain Frederick M. Bell was of Dover. — Ed.] 



[8-27] [Joshua Bell, of Goffstown.~\ 

The Committee on the petition of sick & wounded officers & sol- 
diers have considered the petition of Joshua Bell a Disabled soldier in 
Cap* Livermores Company & Col Scamels Regiment in the late Army 
of the United States, beg leave to report as their Opinion that the 



358 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

said Joshua Bell have and receive one half of his monthly pay from 
the time his whole pay ceasd till further Order of the Gen 1 Court & 
that he be enrolled accordingly by Order of the Committee 

Submitted per M Thornton 

State of New ) 

Hampshire ] In the House of Representatives March 3 d 17S6 
The foregoing Report being read & considered voted that it be 
received and accepted — 

Sent up for Concurrence 

Christo r Toppan Speaker P. T. 

In Senate the same day read & concurred 

J Pearson D. Sec y 

Portsm Dec 30 1786 

Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate in favor of Joshua Bell 
an Invalid for twelve pounds in full for half pay to 31 July 1786 

William Bell 
Exeter March 31, 1786 

This certifies that there appears to be due to Joshua Bell an Inva- 
lid the sum of seventy pounds six shillings eight pence in full for half 
pay from April 1 1779 to July 31 1785 inclusively — 

^72.6.8 Joseph Pearson Reg tr Inv d 

Exeter March 31, 1786 
Receivd of Joseph Pearson a Certificate for Seventy two pounds 
six shillings & eight pence in full for half pay to July 31 1785 inclu- 
sive William Bell 

Concord 10 th June 1788 
S r please to Deliver M r William Page what appears to be due to 
Joshua Bell Inroled as an Invalead & his rec 1 shall be a full discharge 
from your humble ser 1 William Bell 

to Joseph Pearson Esq 1 " Secretary 



[8-28] [Surgeon's Certificate.] 

To the Hon le Committee for Viewing the Invalids — 

Gentlemen this will Certify that Joshua Bell, is unable to afford 
himself any Assistance towards his Subsistance by Reason of Con- 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 359 

vulsion Fits, and he is so infirm that it is impossible for him to 
attend to be viewed except he is carried in a Litter and even that 
would be attended with great difficulty as he is wholly Senseless, 
not being capable of feeding himself &c 

Goffstown June 10 th 1789 John dishing Physician 

This may Certify that at the Request of M r William Bell of Goffs- 
town I went to see one M r Joshua Bell an Invalid of Goffstown afs d 
& found him to be in a deplorable Situation greatly disordered both 
in Body & mind and altogether unable to take the least Care of him- 
self and exceedingly troublesome to all his Attendants or those who 
have the Care of him — Jon a Gove Physician 

June 17 1789 — 

State of New ) 

Hampshire ) In the House of Representatives June 18 th 1789 — 

The Committee on the petition of Joshua Bell report that they have 
examined the evidence produced in support of the petition & find 
that the said Bell hath heretofore been on the pension List by 
through bodily indisposition & insanity of mind not being able to 
appear before the Committee appointed by the Act of Jan y 1787 to 
examine Invalids he was struck off the List and hath received no pay 
since July I st 1787 — That the said Bell was disabled in the service 
of the United States and is wholly incapable of military duty and is 
intitled to half pay as other Invalids are paid from the said I st July 
1787 

signd Robert Wallace for the Committee which report being read 
& considered, voted that it be received & accepted 

Sent up for concurrence 

Tho s Bartlett Speaker 

In Senate June 18 th 1789 read & concurred with this amendment, 
that one years wages from 31 July 1787 be paid to the father of the 
said Bell by the paymaster and the residue to be paid to the Select- 
men of Goffstown so long as the said Bell shall remain chargeable 
to said Town — J Pearson Sec y 

In the House of Representatives the same day the foregoing 
amendment was read and concurred Tho s Bartlett Speak 

Copy exam d per Joseph Pearson Sec y 



360 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-29] [Samuel Boyd, of New Boston.] 

To the Honorable, the Senate & house of representatives of the 
State of New-Hampshire, now sitting at Exeter. 

The petition of Samuel Boyd of New-Boston in said State humbly 
sheweth, That your petitioner enlisted into the Service of the United 
States at the commencement of the late war, & continued therein 
till the 3 d day of November 1782, that being rendered unfit for camp 
or garrison duty by having his constitution (which was firm when he 
entered the army) compleatly worn out by the duties & fatigues of 
a military life & by disorders consequent thereon, he was then dis- 
charged, as an Invalid, upon a resolve of Congress of the 23 rd of April 
1782, — that by said resolve he was entitled to receive thirty shillings 
per month during life, as will appear by his discharge compar'd with 
said resolve — that instead of that Sum he has received but ten shil- 
lings per month notwithstanding said resolve. Your petitioner, 
therefore, begs that the honourable Court will take his case into con- 
sideration — and give order that the deficiencies of the pension to 
which he is justly entitled (& which many of his fellow Soldiers who 
are much less disabled have ever received) may be paid him, in such 
a manner as shall be thought best — & your Petitioner as in duty 
bound shall ever pray Samuel Boyd 

Exeter 11 th Sept r 1786 

30s- pr month from 3 d Nov 1782 pr order of Court of 12 Sept 1786 

[8-3i] 

State of New- ) 

Hampshire ) This may certify that Samuel Boyd served as a 

Soldier in the first Regiment of said State — that he has produced 

evidence of his having been so far debilitated and worn out in the 

Service of the United States as to be incapable of gaining a living 

by his labour — & that we think he is entitled to a pension of thirty 

shillings per Month from the I st Aug 1786 

Joseph Gilman \ 
Exeter 9 th Sept r 1786 Josiah Gilman Jun r > Committee 

Sam. Tenney ) 

State of New Hampshire j Goffstown Sept r y e I* 1787 

Hillsborough ss \ Then Sam el Boyd personally appeared 

and made sollomn oath that he hath been Examined by the com- 
mittey appointed by said State for that purpose and produced a 
Certifycate by them Signed which intitles him to thirty shillings pr 
month and that he is an Inhabitant of the Town of New Boston in 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 361 

the County of Hillsborough and State of New hamp r . Sworn befour 

Moses Little Just e peace 

Extract of a Vote of Court dated Exeter Feb^ 28 th 1783 

2 d That Samuel Boyd late a Soldier in the Reg 1 * afores d now of 
New Boston be enrolled as afores d f entitled to receive Ten shillings 
pr month from the time of his discharge till further Order — 

Attest Joseph Pearson Dep Sec y 

Exeter Sept 9 — 1786 

Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate for six pounds in full for 
pay to July 31 1786 as an Invalid — Samuel Boyd 



[8-32] [Daniel Brown, of Westmoreland.} 

State of ) 

New Hamp r \ In the House of Representatives Aug* 20 th 1778 
The Committee on Sick & wounded Soldiers &c having Considered 
the Case of Daniel Brown late a Soldier in Cap 1 Kimball Carltons 
Company in Co 11 Nichols Regiment wounded at the Battle at Ben- 
nington reported their Opinion that the Account of the Said Daniel 
Brown amounting to Sixteen Pounds eighteen Shillings & six 
Pence be allowed & paid out of the Treasury & that the said Brown 
on his Lodging Certificates from the Commanding Officer & Surgeon 
with the Officer appointed to pay it ; be put upon half Pay from the 
24 Day of Sep 1 1777 Signed George King for the Committee 
which Report being read & Considered Voted that the same be re- 
ceived & Accepted & that the President give Order Accordingly — 

Sent up for Concurrence John Dudley Speak r p r Temp e 

In Council the same day read & Concurred E Thompson Scy 

Westmoreland October 28, 1778 

S r Pleas to send by M r Ebenezer Britton what money the Honour- 
able Court Grant Me and you will oblige your most humble Serv* 

Daniel Brown 

* Col Dearborns New Hamp r Reg' 
t An Invalid Pentioner — 

24 



362 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Westmoreland June 8 th 1779 

Sir — Please to Pay unto Cap 1 Joseph Burt all the waigers that is 
Due unto me as a wounded Solder and you will oblige me your 
Humbl Serv* — Daniel Brown 

To Mr John Taylor Gilman 
[8-34] Westmoreland June the I st 1782 

Sir Please To pay to Jonas Butterfield the full of my half pay 
which is Due from the last payment up to this time and you will 
much oblige your Humble Servant — Daniel Brown 

To Mr John T. Gilman Paymaster 
The Treasurer of the State of New Hampshire 

Sir — Please to pay Mr Flint Davis the whole wages my Due to 
me a Soldier wounded in the Late war — Daniel Brown 

Putney Feby 10 th 1784 

[Mr. Davis receipted for above, July 18, 1784. — Ed.] 

[8-33] 

To the treasurer of the State of New Hampshire. 

S r — Please to pay unto M r Archelaus Temple all that is my Due 
from the state aforesaid on account of my being wounded and Dis- 
enabled in the Late war, in the service of said State of New Hamp- 
shire. Daniel Brown 

September 13 th 1788 — 

[Acknowledged before John Doolittle, justice of the peace. Mr. 
Temple receipted for the above Jan. 22, 1789. Samuel Works re- 
ceipted for Mr. Brown's pension Nov. 2, 1785, and Sept. 15, 1786. 
No petition has been found. — Ed.] 



[8-35] \Nehemiah Brown, of Westmoreland.] 

To the Honorable the Senate and house of Representatives, for 
the State of New Hampshire, in General Court conven'd at Concord 
October the 19 th 1785 

The Petition of Nehemiah Brown of Westmoreland in the County 
of Cheshire and State of New Hampshire, yeoman, Humbly sheweth, 
that in the year one thousand seven Hundred and seventy seven, 
your Petitioner was drafted to go as a Private Soldier, for two 
months, for the Town of Westmoreland afores d , to the Westward 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 363 

under the command of Gen 1 Stark, and being so Drafted he went as 
a Soldier in the Company whereof Kimbal Carlton was Captain, and 
on the sixteenth day of August in the same year in an Engagement 
with the Enemy near Bennington your Petitioner was wounded by 
a musket ball, which passed through his legg, and cut off the cord 
of his Legg, with which wound your Petitioner lay in great pain and 
Anguish, for a much longer time than he was Drafted to serve, and 
was unable to do anything toward his support untill the month of 
March, then Next Ensueing, that he was at a considerable cost for 
Nursing and Necessaries, that he has Never received any thing for 
the cost of his Nursing and Necessaries or for the Loss of his time 
after his time of two months was Expired that he Still labours under 
considerable lameness and disadvantages at Times by reason of the 
same wound. He therefore Humbly prays that your Excellency and 
Honours, would take his case under your Consideration ; and order 
him such relief for the loss of his time and for his Nursing and Ex- 
pences as you in your Wisdom shall see fit and he as in duty Bound 
shall ever pray. Nehemiah Brown 

Westmoreland October 7 th 1785 

To the Great and General Court, for the State of New Hampshire, 
convened at Concord — October the 19 th 1785 

These May certifie that M r Nehemiah Brown within Mentioned 
was Drafted to Serve as a Private Soldier for two months, as within 
Mentioned, and being so Drafted did serve and was wounded about 
Twenty days before the time of two months for which he was Drafted 
had Expired. \ Lieu 1 and at that Time — 

Eben r Britton Lieu 1 > commanding a Company 
1 in said Westmoreland 



[8~37] \Daniel Bussell, of Barrington.~\ 

State of New Hampshire March 12, 1779 — 
To the Hon bl the Council & Assembly of said state 

Humbly Sheweth, the subscriber in behalf of one Daniel Bussell 
of Barrington in said state — That said Bussell Enlisted in the Conti- 
nental Service for one year Commencing the 1 st of Jan 17 1776 in the 
Company Commanded by Cap 1 Jon a Wentworth in Co 1 Poors Reg 4 
that he faithfully went through the duties & hardships of that Severe 
Campaign until by Accident getting off some Batteries on the retreat 
from Canada he had one of his legs bruised & for want of Care & the 
Effects of the Small pox which he had about the Same time his leg 
Mortified, and was Cut off that he remained in a hospital until Octo- 



364 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

ber 1777 and then with great difficulty got home where he hath since 
remained in a poor distressed & helpless manner & received no pay- 
since the first of Jan ry 1777 — Wherefore he prays that said Bussell 
may be put on the list of pensioners agreeable to Resolve of Con- 
gress — and as in duty bound will ever pray 

Ebenezer Thompson 
[8-3S] 

The Committee on sick and wounded Soldiers beg leave to report 
their opinion that Daniel Bussell the within Petitioner is entitled by 
the Resolve of Congress to receive half pay & therefore that he be 
enrolled by the proper Officer to receive the same from the first day 
of January A D 1777 until further order 

Nich s Gilman For the Committee 

[8-39] Exeter March 12 th 1779 — 

This May Certify that Daniel Bussell Enlisted as a private in my 
Company in the Continental Service for one year which Ended the 
first of Jan r y 1777 that he received a hurt in one of his legs in the 
retreat from Canada in s d Campaign, About which time he had the 
Small pox and by reason of the Fatigues of s d Retreat & want of 
care his Leg was seized with a Gangreen, & he was sent to Fort 
George, where I since understood his leg was cut off — 

Jon a Wentworth Cap* 
To all whom it may concern 

The Bearer Daniel Bussell private in Cap 1 Wentworths Com- 
pany, Col Poors Regiment, having lost his Leg in a Skirmish at 
Ticonderoga in August 1776, and being thereby rendered unfit for 
regimental Duty is recommended to join the Corps of Invalids at 
Boston, agreeable to a late Resolve of the Honb le Continental Con- 
gress 

Gen 1 Hospital Albany Octob r 23 d 1777 

By Order of the Director 

Malachi Treat Phy. Gen 1 

North Department 

[8-39] 

New-Hampshire This certifies that Daniel Bussell served as a 
private in the second Regiment of said State — that he has produced 
sufficient evidence that while in the service of the United States he 
lost one of his legs by a wound received in action — & that we judge 
him to be entitled to a pension of twenty shillings per month from 
31 st July 1785, the time he has been paid to — 

Exeter 27 th Nov r 1787 Joseph Gilman } r ... 

o 1 /-T-. <■ v_^ommittee 

Sam 1 lenney 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 365 

[8-40] [James Campbell, of Aewort/z.] 

State of New-Hampshire This certifies that James Campbell 
served as a private in Col° Cilley's regiment — that he has produced 
sufficient evidence that, while in the service of the United States, 
he received a wound thro' his thigh, by which he is partially disabled 
— & that we judge him to be thereby entitled to a pension of nine 
shillings per month, from the first clay of may 1780. n 

Joseph Gilman 

Exeter 14 th June, 1787 Sam 1 Tenney 

Concord 16 June 1787 
Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate for thirty three pounds 
fifteen shillings in full for pay as an Invalid to 31 July 1786 — 
.£33.15.0 James Campbell 

State of New Hampshire ) 

Rockingham, ss. ) Concord June 16 th 1787 — 

James Campbell came before me, and made oath that he is an 
inhabitant of the town of Acworth in the County of Cheshire and 
state aforesaid — Attest Nath 1 Peabody J. Pacis 

Pro tot R. P. (•) 

Acworth August 18 th 1787 — 

Sir Please to pay the Bearer my pay for one year from July 1786 
to July 1787 — belonging to the Pension List, and Oblige your 

Humble Servant 
Mr J T Gilman Treasurer — James Campbell 

[( J ) Prothonotary Reipublicse, probably. — Ed.] 



[8-41] [Moses Cass, of Raymond.} 

State of New Hampshire To the Hon ble the Council and the 
Hon ble the House of Representatives in General Assembly convened 
— The Petition of Moses Cass 

Humbly Shews 

That in the Spring of the Year 1777 he inlisted as a Soldier in the 
third New Hampshire Regiment of Continental Troops for three 
Years — 

That in the Spring of the Year 1778 he was, in consequence of 
General order at Valley Forge Innoculated for the Small Pox, which 
occasioned an Ulcer on his right Arm that rendered him unfit for 
duty — 

That your Petitioner being thus circumstanced, & finding that 



366 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

necessary attention could not be paid to his Arm in the then Situation 
of the Army, applied to the General Officer under whose Command 
he was, for leave to return to this State, but the General refused to 
grant your Petitioner's request, alledging as a reason, that the State 
of the Army was such that he feared the consequences, that should 
he grant his request, a number more would apply, whose reason for 
return' might be equally strong, he must also grant theirs, & that he 
should not know where to stop — 

That your Petitioner continued in the Service till the expiration of 
the three years, though he was a great part of the time unfit for 
duty — 

That since your Petitioner's return from the Army tho' he has pro- 
cured the advice and assistance of a number of the best Surgeons 
his arm has been, and still is, growing worse, & he expects soon to 
be under the necessity of submitting to an amputation of it — 

That the loss of the use of his Arm, has for several Years past, 
and he expects ever will, render him incapable of Labor, the only 
means within his knowledge of procuring a subsistance — 

That Your Petitioner engaged in the Army voluntarily, and expected 
no other reward than his pay, & nothing save this Act of Provi- 
dence or a similar one, should have compell'd him to ask for more — 

Your Petitioner therefore prays your Honors to take his unhappy 
case under your wise consideration & to grant him such pay from 
the time of his discharge during life, or for so long time as he 
shall remain unable to Labour, as is allowed to other Invalids, or to 
provide for your petitioner in such other way, as your honors in 
your wisdom shall think best — And as in duty bound will ever pray 
&c Moses Cass 

October 27 th 1783 — 

[8-41] 

To all People whom it may Concern — these Lines are to Certifie 
that Moses Cass has been under my care for some Months past with 
a bad Ulcer in his Arm Supposed to be ocationed by the Small Pox 
which he had in the Continental Army about Seven Years since and 
according to my judgment of his case it is very Uncertain whither 
it can be cured without an Amputation of his Arm — 

Walpole y e 14 July 1783 Attest p r me Tho s Flint 

t 8 ~43] Octob r 8 th 1783 — 

These certify that the bearer Mose Cass late a Soldier in the late 
3 d New Hampshire Reg 1 of Continental Troops, was, in consequence 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 367 

of a Gen 1 order at Valie Forge in the spring of the year 1 778 enocu- 
lated for the small Pox which produced an ulcer on his right arm that 
rendered him unfit for duty a considerable part of the Time he 
continued in service (which was until the expiration of the three 
years he was ingaged for) and altho he has had the advice & assist- 
ence of several able Surgeons he still remains unable to labour for 
his maintainence, as may appear upon examination — 

To whome it may concern Henry Dearborn 

late U Col to the late 3 d N. H. Reg* 
[8-43] 

I the Subscriber being Surgeon of the 3 d New Hampshire Regi- 
ment in y e year 1778 do Certify that Moses Cass a Soldier belonging 
to s d Regm* was inoculated with the Small Pox according to Gen' 
Orders. And that unfortunately the Desease together with an Ague 
seated in y e Bones & Muscular parts of his Right Arm between y e 
Elbow and hand. Which did render him unfit for Duty while in 
Camp and as it remains uncured, and y e sinews of his arm are very 
much Contracted, it manifestly appears that he cannot very soon be 
able to perform Manuel Business for his support, if ever he is 

Deerfield Octob r 27 th 1783 Edmund Chadwick Surg 

[8-44] 

Exeter Nov r 10 th 1783 There is due to Moses Cass (agreeable to 
a Resolve of the General Court) Forty Three pounds for half Pay in 
full from the 20 th March 1780 to the 20 th of Oct r 1783 — 

Eph m Robinson Pay Mas r 
[8-42] 

Exeter Nov r 10 1783 Received of Eph m Robinson a Certificate 
for Forty Three pounds in full for half Pay from March 20 th 1780 
to Oct° 20 th 1783 Moses Cass 

^43- 0.0 

[8-42] Exeter Nov r 30 th 1785 — 

Rec d of Joseph Pearson a Certificate for twelve pounds in favor 

of Moses Cass an invalid in full to 20 Oct 1784 — 

;£i 2.0.0 Jon a Cass 

[8-44] Exeter Nov 30 1785 

This certifies that there is due to Moses Cass an invalid Twelve 
pounds in full for half pay from the 20 th of Oct 1783 to the 20 th Oct 
1784 — Joseph Pearson Regs tr of Inv ds 

;£l2.0.0 



368 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Exeter Nov r 30 th 1785 

This certifies that there is due to Moses Cass an Invalid, nine 
pounds six shillings & eight pence in full for half pay from Octo r 
20 th 1784 to July 31 1785 — Joseph Pearson Regs tr Inv ds 

,£9.6.8 — 

Exeter Nov r 30 1785 

Rec d of Joseph Pearson a Certificate for Nine pounds six shillings 
& eight pence in full for half pay to July 31, 1785 if favor of Moses 
Cass — Jon a Cass 

^9-6-8 



[8-45] [Jonathan Chapman, of Epsom.] 

State of New Hampshire 

To the Honorable the Council & house of Representatives in Gen 
Assembly Conven'd — 

The Petition of Jonathan Chapman of Epsom, Humbly sheweth 
that your Petitioner was a Soldier in the Continental Service, in 
Captain Morrills Company & Colo Starks Reg 1 In March 1776 when 
the Regiment March'd from Cambridge he was left in the Hospital 
sick of a fever whereby your Petitioner suffer'd very much. And by 
being Neglected — & not carefully attended, the disease settled in 
his Limbs. Whereby your Petitioner has lost the Use of One of 
his Knees, which has render'd him incapable of getting a Support 
for himself & Family — Therefore Prays that your Honors will take 
this his Petition Under your Wise Consideration and grant him such 
relief as you in your Wisdom shall see fit — 

And your Petitioner as in duty bound will ever Pray — 

his 

Epsom 16 Nov r 1778 Jon a X Chapman 

mark 

Epsom 16 Nov r 1778 — 

This is to Certify that Jonathan Chapman, who was a Soldier in 
the Continental Service under the Command of Cap 1 Morrill in Colo 
Starks Reg 1 has drawn no wages since the last day of June 1776 — 

Mich 1 M c Clary 
then U in said Com 

[8-47] Epsom 30 th Nov r 1778 — 

This is to Certify, that Jon a Chapman who was a Soldier in Cap 1 
Morrils Company & Colo Starks Reg 1 in the year 1776 — (when 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 369 

the army march'd from Cambrige) was Left sick of a fever and by 
not being Properly attended has lost the use of One of his leges — by 
which Misfortune he is rendered incapable of geting a living for 
himself & Family — 

As Witness Our Hands 

Jeremiah Prescott ) 

John Cate > Select Men 

James mardne ) 

Epsom 30 th Nov r 1778 

This may Certify that Jon a Chapman who was a Soldier in Cap 1 
Morrills Company, & Colo Starks Reg 1 Has drawn no pay since the 
last of June 1778— Mich 1 M c Clary 

Then L* in s d Comp y 

The Committee of Both houses appointed to take under Consid- 
eration the Petitions & ace* of wounded officers & Soldiers beg Leave 
to Report as their opinion, that Jonathan Chapman a Soldier in Cap t 
Morrills Company Col Stark's Reg mt in the year 1776 Be Entitled 
to half pay According to the rules and Regulations of Congress, & 
that he be Inrol'd Accordingly From the first Day of July 1776 all 
which is Humbly Submitted Moses Nichols for 

The Committee 
[8-48] 

Exeter November 23 d 1782 Rece d of Eph m Robinson a Certifycate 
for Thirty Pounds in full of Jon a Chapmans half pay as an Invalid 
Pensioner of this State to November i l 1782 — Eph m Pickering 

There is due to Jonathan Chapman Seventeen Pounds for half 
Pay in full to April I st 1784 Eph m Robinson Pay Mas 4 

£17 -°- 

Exeter April 21* 1784 Received an Order on the Treasurer for 
the above Sum Jonathan Chapman 

This Certifieth that Jonathan Chapman an Invalid is an Inhabit- 
ant of Pittsfield in the State of Newhampshire and County of Rock- 
ingham John M c Cleary Justice Peace 

Epsom 20 Nov r 1786 

State of New Hampshire. 

This certifies that Jonathan Chapman served as a private Soldier 
in Col Starks Regiment in the year 1775 — that he has produced 
sufficient evidence that while in the Service of the United States he 
contracted a Stiff Knee by which he is rendered incapable of getting 

25 



370 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

a living & that we judge him, on that account, to be entitled to a 
pension of twenty shillings per month. Joseph Gilman ) 9 

Exeter 25 Nov r 1786 Josiah Gilman Jun r > | 

Sam 1 Tenney ) | 

Exeter Nov 25 1786 

Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate for Sixteen pounds in full 
for half pay from 1 April 1785 to 31 July 1786 — 

^16.0.0 Jonathan Chapman 

[8-47] State of New Hampshire Rockingham ss — 

Jonathan Chapman an Invalid came before me one of the Justices 
of the Peace for the County of Rockingham in said State and made 
Oath that he was examin'd by the Committee appointed by said 
State for that purpose, obtained a Certificate and that he now lives 
in the Parish of Pittsfield and in the County of Rockingham — 

Sworn before me this 21 of Aug 1788 

Joseph Pearson Just Pacis 



[8-52] \_Nathaniel Church, of Barrington. 1 ^ 

State of New Hampshire. 

To the Hon ble the Council & house of Representatives of the State 
of New Hampshire in General Assembly convened, the 24 th of 
October 1780 — 

Humbly Sheweth Nathaniel Church of Barrington in said State 
that in the year 1778 in the retreat from Rhode Island under Gen- 
eral Sullivan where he was a Soldier in the service of s d State he 
lost one of his legs & part of his thigh by a Cannon Ball which has 
rendered him uncapable of earning his Daily Bread that on applica- 
tion to your honours since his Misfortune he hath been put on the 
half pay establishment, but hath never received anything in conse- 
quence thereof as the Depreciated State of the Currency hath made 
the allowance so small that his annual Stipend would scarce pay the 
Expense of his travelling from home to Exeter to receive it. Where- 
fore he prays that your honours will consider his unhappy case & 
make him such further allowance as will make his said half pay equall 
to half the wages now given to Soldiers of the State in actual service 
and your Petitioner as in duty Bound will ever pray — 

In behalf & by the desire of s d Church 

John Garland 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 371 

[8-49] 

State of New Hampshire — In the House of Representatives Nov r 
9 th 1779 — 

The Committee on sick and Wounded Officers & Soldiers reported 
as their Opinion, 

That Nath 1 Church a Soldier in Cap 1 Peter Drowns Company 
Col Peabodys Regiment who by the loss of his leg in the battle on 
Rhode Island on the 29 th of August 1778 comes under the Resolves 
of Congress and that he be enrolled from the first day of January 
1779 and allowed fifty nine pounds twelve shillings for his Doctors 
bill & nursing &c which is submitted. 

Signd Moses Nichols for the Com tee which report being read & 
considered, Voted that the same be received & accepted and that the 
President give Order accordingly — 

Sent up for Concurrence 

John Langdon Speaker 

In Council the same day read & concurred 

E Thompson Sec'y 
[8-50] 

State of New Hampshire. In the house of Representatives Oct r 
25 th 1780 — 

The Committee on the Petition of John Garland Esq r recommended 
that Nathaniel Church be Allowed & paid his half pay Allowance in 
the Nominal sum of the Bills of the New Emission Instead of the 
Old — Josiah Bartlett for Committee 

which report being read & considered Voted that the same be re- 
ceived & Accepted 

Sent up for concurrence 

John Langdon Speaker 

In Council the same day read & Con d E Thompson Scy 

Copy Ex d by E Thompson Sy 

Exeter June 29 th 1784 Received of Eph m Robinson a Certificate 
for Sixty five pounds in full of my half Pay from Jan^ i* 1779 to June 

I 1 1784 
^65.0 Nathaniel Church 

August 4 — 1785 Received a Certificate of Joseph Pearson for 
fourteen pounds in full for half pay to 31 st July 1785 inclusively 

^14 Nathaniel Church 



372 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8- 5 l] 

State of New Hampshire 

This certifies that Nathaniel Church served as a private soldier in 
Col Peabody's Regiment of Levies stationed at Rhode Island in the 
year 1778 — that he has produced sufficient evidence that he received 
a wound from the Enemy in Sullivan's Expedition by which he 
lost one of his legs — & that we judge him to be entitled, as an In- 
valid, to a pension of twenty shillings per month from July 31 1786 

Exeter 12 th Nov r 1787 Joseph Gilman ) n 

4 ' J c F^ } Committee 

Sam 1 lenney ) 

County of Strafford Barrington sept 9 th 1788 
Then Nathaniel Church Parsonly appering Before me one of 
Justices of the Peace of said County and made oath that he is an 
inhabitant of Barrington in the County aforesaid 

Before me Joshua Foss Jun r Just Peace 



[8- 5 4] [ Widow of Capt. ElijaJi Clayes, of Fitswilliam.'] 
[Petition printed in Vol. XI, p. 671. — Ed.] 

An Extract of a vote of Court (passed 10 th Nov r 1784) on the pe- 
tition of Abigail Clayes Wid° of the late Cap 1 Clayes, 

" That the prayer thereof be granted so far as it is consistant with 
the Resolve of Congress of August twenty fourth 1780 and that she 
be enroll'd & paid agreeably to said resolve — 

Joseph Pearson D. Sec y 

Reed of Joseph Pearson a Certificate in favor of the widow Abi- 
gail Clayes for fifty one pounds in full for half pay to July 31 1785 
,£51.0 W m Maynard 

Exeter Sept 1. 1786 
Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate for Seventy two pounds 
in favor of the wid° Abigail Clayes in full for half pay from 31 July 
1785 to 31 July 1786 — William Maynard 

^72.0.0 

Charlestown Sep 1 17, 1787 

Receivd of Joseph Pearson a Certificate for Twenty one pounds 
in full for 7 years half pay a wid° of the late Cap 1 Abigail [Elijah] 
Clayes 

.£21.0.0 Abigail Clayes 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 373 

[8—55.] [Widow of Lt. Col. Andrew Co/btirn, of Marlborough.} 
State of New Hampshire 

An Extract from a Vote of Court passed Nov r 10 th 1784 on the 
petition of Phebe Colburn relict of Lieut Col Andrew Colburn de- 
ceased 

"That the prayer thereof be granted — That half pay be made up 
agreeably to the Resolve of Congress of August 24 th 1780" 

Attest Joseph Pearson D Sec y 

This certifies that there is on file in the Secretarys Office a Re- 
ceipt for an Order for a Note in favor of Phebe Colburn Wid° of 
the late Lieut Col Andrew Colburn for the Sum of Seven hundred 
fifty six pounds in full for seven years half pay from 19 th Sept 1777 

Joseph Pearson D Sec y 

[No petition has been found. — Ed.] 



[8-56] [James Cobbey, of New Market.] 

This certifies that James Cobby a Soldier Formerly an inhabitant 
of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, who belonged to the 27 
Mass ts Reg 1 commanded by Col Eben r Bridge & in Cap 1 Bancrofts 
Company in the service of the United States of America, aged Forty 
foure, as appears by Certificates lodged in the Pension Office, having 
been examined by me, is found to be disabled in said service by a 
Musket ball enters a t the rim of his belley & passing out at his right 
hip And I do hereby certify that he received Twenty shillings per 
Month to 17 th March 1786 — agreeably to the Resolution of Con- 
gress, of the 7th of June, 1785 and to an Act of the Legislature of 
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, of the 17th March, 1786, and 
that s d Cobbey is discharg'd this Office he being a Resident of the 
State of New Hampshire 

Given under my hand, at Boston, this Ninth day of March in the 
year of our Lord, 1787, and in the Eleventh year of the Independ- 
ence of the United States of America. 

John Lucas Commissary of Pensions 

State of New Hampshire ) 

Rockingham Ss \ September 27 th 1789 — 

Then James Cobby came before me the Subscriber one of the 
Justices of the Peace for the County of Rockingham in this State 
& made Oath that he was Examined by Joseph Gilman Esq r and 
Docf Samuel Tenney appointed by said State for that Purpose, 



374 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

obtained a Certificate, and that he now lives in the Town of New- 
market in the County of Rockingham — 

Before Josiah Adams Jus Peace 

State of New Hampshire Rockingham Ss 

James Cobbet came before me one of the Justices of the County 
of Rockingham in the State of Newhampshire, and made Oath that 
he is an Inhabitant of the Town of Newmarket in the County afore- 
said — 

March 19 th 1787 — Attest Josiah Adams Jus Peace. 



[8—57] \_Solomon Cole, of Salem. \ 

State of New Hamp r To the Honb 1 the Senate & House of Rep- 
resentatives for said State in General Assembly convened at Ports- 
mouth Feby 1786 — Humbly shews 
Solomon Cole that he engaged in the Service of the United states 
in Cap 1 Robinsons Company Col Hale's Regiment for three years 
that on the 19 th of September A D. 1777 at Bemis's heights he was 
wounded in the Arm with a Musket Ball that for a long time your 
Petitioner was entirely unable to do duty, and after his arm was in 
a Situation to do some duty he was sent to join the Corps of Inva- 
lids at Boston, where he continued until discharged which was April 
19 th 1780, that by reason of said wound your petitioner labours under 
very great inconveniences not being able to perform more than half 
labour with a Common man — 

Wherefore your Petitioner prays your Hon rs to take his case under 
your wise Consideration, and grant him such relief as to you in your 
wisdom shall appear reasonable — And your Petitioner as in Duty 
bound shall pray &c Solomon Cole 

To Whom it may concern — 

The Bearer Solomon Cole of Captain Robinson's Company Coll 
Hale's Regiment, being wounded in the Arm on the 19 th of Septemb r 
last has a Furlow for 75 Days — 

Gen 1 Hospital ) By Order of the Directer 

Albany Octob r 23 d 1777 j M Treat Phy Gen 1 N D — 

This may Inform you that Solomon Cole of the 2 d N Hampshire Reg 1 
was Wounded in the arm at Stillwater the 19 of September 1777 in 
the battle with the British troops from your humble Serv 1 

Salem March 12 th 81 Luke Woodbury 

To Col George Reid 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 375 

[8-58] [Aaron Copp, of Salem.] 

[Petition printed in Vol. XIII, p. 375. — Ed.] 

State of New Hampshire. In the House of Representatives Nov r 

9 th 1779 

The Committee of Sick & wounded Officers & Soldiers reported 
their Opinion, that Aaron Copp a Serjeant in Cap 1 Stones Company 
Col° Scammels Regiment, who was wounded in the Battle of the 
seventh of October 1777 Bemus's Height comes under the Resolves 
of Congress to be enrolled from the 21 Day of May 1779, and that 
the Sum of seventy one pounds ten shillings be allowed him for Doc- 
tering, Nursing &c — all which is humbly submitted Signed Moses 
Nichols for the Committee — which report being read & considered, 
Voted that the same be received & accepted and that the President 
give Order accordingly — 

Sent up for Concurrence — 

John Langdon Speaker 
In Council the same day, Read & Concurrd, 

E Thompson Sec y 

State of New Hamp r , Atkinson May 20 th 1782 
Sir please to pay to Nath 1 Peabody the arreas of wages now due 
to me as an invalid, I having been duly enrolled for that purpose And 
his receipt shall be a full & final discharge for what ever Sum he 
may receive, from your most obed* Serv 1 Aaron Copp Serg* 

Witness Henry Erving 

[8-59] 

State of New Hampshire. This certifies that Aaron Copp served 
as a Serjeant in Col Scammel's Regiment — that he has produced 
sufficient evidence that while in the service of the United States he 
received a wound in his left wrist which has deprived him of the use 
of his hand & that we judge him to be entitled to a pension of thirty 
shillings per month on that account. n 

Exeter 13 th June 1787 JosiahGilman Jun r j | 



Sam 1 Tenney 

State of New Hampshire ) 

County of Rockingham ss ) Atkinson in s d County Sep* 14 th 1787 — 

Aaron Copp personally appeared before me one of the Justices 
assign'd to keep the peace in and for s d County, and made solemn 
Oath that he is an Inhabitant of the Town of Salem in the County 
afors d and that he hath been duly examined by the Committee who 



376 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

have thereupon Certified that he is entitled to a pension as an in- 
valid — Nath 1 Peabody J Pacis 
State of New Hamp r 
May 12 th 1788 — 

Please to pay to Nathaniel Peabody the full amount of the arreas 
due to me as an invalid soldier lately belonging to Col Scammells 
Reg 1 from said state in the Army of the United States — And this 
oder by said Peabody endorsed shall be a compleat discharge for the 
same from the publics Hum 1 Serv 1 Aaron Copp 



[Lieut. James Crombie, of Rindge.~\ 
[8-61] 

The Bearer L 1 James Crumbie of Coll Hales Regiment, Cap 1 Blod- 
gets Company, having a Rupture in the Groin which prevints his 
walking or using any severe Exercise, has a Permit to return Home, 
and there remain untill he is recovered — which if att all, will be in 
two Months — M Treat Phy : Gen 1 N D 

Gen 1 Hospital 
Albany Octob r 23 d 1777 

Rindge March y e 6 th 1779 

This may Certify whom it may Concern that Lieu 1 James Crumbie 
Returned horn to this Town from the Continental Armey on furlo 
having met with a hurt by a fall from his horse as we understood 
and has Continued Ever Since in our opinion unable to Perform his 
Necessary Business for the Support of him Self and family — 

Enoch Hale ) , , c 

t^j H r f Selectmen of 

Ldw d Jewett > -n- j 

t? ■ t> ( Rindge 

rrancis lowne ) & 

[Petition printed in Vol. XIII, p. 326. — Ed.] 

State of New ) 

Hampshire \ In the House of Representatives March 20 th 1779 — 

The Committee on Sick & wounded Officers and Soldiers reported 
their opinion that Lieut James Crombie be allowed half pay from 
the first day of September last untill further order — 

Signed Geo : King Chairman — 

Which report being read & considered, Voted that it be received & 
accepted — Sent up for Concurrence 

John Dudley Speaker pro T 
In Council the same day Read & Concurrd E Thompson^Sec y 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. I'J'J 

[8-63] [Capt. Reuben Dow, of Holt 'is.] 

[Petition dated Dec. 20, 1778, may be found in Vol. XII, p. 242. 
— Ed.] 

This Certifies that Cap* Reuben Dow of Holies, & State of New 
Hampshire, was wounded on the 17 th day of June A. D. 1775 in the 
Battle on Bunker Hill, his right ankle was Broke & the Bones much 
Fractured, by a Bullet. Since which I have attended him &c, the 
wounds are healed, but the use of his ankle joint is intirely lost, & 
according" to the best of my Judgment, he never will have the use 
of it again, which has, & still prevents him from exercising in a 
great measure his usual & Necessary occupation & Business. 

Attest John Hale, Surgeon 

Holies June 9 th 1777 

[In H. of Rep., Dec. 26, 1778, a committee reported that by a reso- 
lution of Congress Capt. Dow was entitled to one-half pay as a 
captain from January, 1776, to January, 1777, and one-quarter pay 
thereafter until otherwise ordered by the general assembly. The 
report was accepted by the house, concurred by the council, and 
Capt. Dow's name ordered to be placed on the roll. — Ed.] 

[8-64] 

Decern 1 " 5 — 1782 — Ordered that Capt. Reuben Dow be continued 
on the list of Pensioners at six dollars per month from the 5 th of 
December 1782 — Extract from the Minutes of Committee of Safety 

Exeter April 5 th 1784 — Attest J. Pearson D. Secy 

Exeter December 5 th 1782 Rec d of Ephraim Robinson a Certify - 
cate for Ninety Three pounds ten shillings in full of my Quarter 
of Monthly pay as an Invalid, to this fifth day of December 1782 

Reuben Dow 

[In 1783 Captain Dow was invited to appear before the general 
assembly and " show cause if any he had why his name should not 
be struck off from the pension roll." Depositions were presented 
which are quite lengthy, and not of sufficient interest to publish. 
The deponents were John Boynton, William Poole, John Goss, 
Ephraim Burge, Benjamin Boynton, Caleb Farley, Daniel Merrill, 
John Hale, Sampson Powers, Richard Bayley, Stephen Dow, and 
Jacob Wheeler. His name was continued on the list. — Ed.} 

26 



378 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-77] • 

New Hampshire — This certifies that M r . Reuben Dow served as 
Captain in Col° Prescotts Regiment in the year 1775 — that he has 
produced sufficient evidence that he received a wound in his ankle 
joint, in the action on Bunker-hill, which has deprived it of motion & 
subjected the limb to frequent returns of distressing pain — & that 
we judge him to be so far disabled as to be entitled to a pension of 
six dollars per month from the 31 st July 1786 

Joseph Gilman ) ^ ... 

Exeter 15 th Aug. 1787. Sam 1 Tenney \ 

August 1 6th 1787. 

This day came before me the Subscriber one of the Justices of the 
Peace for the County of Hillsborough, Cap 1 Reuben Dowe an Invalid 
and made Oath that he is an inhabitant of the Town of Hollis in the 
County aforesaid — Daniel Emerson Jr 



[8-78] [David Duncan, of Portsmouth^ 

State of New Hampshire. This certifies that David Duncan 
served as a corporal in Col° Scammel's regiment — that he has pro- 
duced sufficient evidence that previous to his discharge from the 
Army he was transferred to the Corps of Invalids on account of a 
desease in one of his testicles induced by sickness — & that we 
judge him to be entitled to a pension of twenty shillings per month 
from the date of his discharge being the I st of Jan y 1781. 

Exeter, 15 Ap 1 1787 Joseph Gilman \ r 

Si /-r-> r v_ommittee 

am' I enney j 

State of New Hampshire \ Portsmouth April 11 th 1787 

Rockingham ss j 

Then David Dunking Came before me the Subscriber One of the 
Justices of the Peace of said State for said County and made Oath 
that he is an Inhabitant of the Town of Portsmouth in the County 
aforesaid Attest Sam 1 Penhallow Justice Peace 

Portsmouth September y e 25 ye 1787 

David Dunken an Envelead in the Contenentel Serves was with 
me at Fort Washenton and was discaged By the Generell Cort in 
Desembr 1 780 Ebenezer Dearing 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 379 

State of New Hampshire ) Portsm August 24 th 1789 

Rockingham ss j 

Then David Dunkin came Before me the Subscriber One of the 
Justices of the Peace of said State for said County & made Oath that 
he is an Inhabitant of the Town of Portsmouth in the County afore- 
said Attest Sam 1 Penhallow Justice Peace 



[8-79] \_Jocob Elliot, of Chester.'] 

State of New Hampshire 

To the Hon ble Council & House of Representatives in said State 
Humbly sheweth 

Jacob Elliot of Chester in said state that your Petitioner was 
wounded in General Starks Engagement at Bennington by the means 
of which your Petitioner suffered Great Pain and loss of Blood, as 
also loss of time and Expence to the Docf together with the Expence 
of his Board & is not yet fully Restored to his Former Strength 
he therefore Prays your Honors to take his case into Consideration 
and Grant him such Relief as to you shall seem meet and your 
Petitioner as in Duty Bound shall Ever Pray &c Jacob Eliot 

Exeter 26 th Nov 1 " 1777 

Mr Jacob Elliot To Benj n Page D r 

To Medicines and attendance from Sept r ye 18 th 1777 To Oct r ye 
14 th 1777 — Law My ,£0.18.0 

Chester Nov r 24 th 1777 

[Allowed ^9.18, Nov. 26, 1777. — House Journal^] 



[8-80] {Jonathan Emerson, of Dunstable.] 

State of 1 

New Hampshire J In the House of Representatives June 23 d 1779 

The Committee on Sick, and wounded Soldiers &c reported their 
opinion that Lieu* Jonathan Emerson of Dunstable of the first 
Batallion of the New Hampshire Troops wounded in the Battle near 
Saratoga on the 19 th day of Septem 1 " 1779 is Justly intitled to half 
pay agreable to resolves of Congress to commence on the first day of 
January 1779 to continue during the pleasure of the General Court 



38O REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

& that he be entered on the Roll for that purpose all which is 

Submitted by Moses Nichols for the Committee — which report being 

read and Considered Voted that the same be received & accepted — 

Sent up for Concurrence John Langdon Speaker 

In Council the Same day read and Con d E Thompson Sec 1 ? 



[8-81] 

Exeter Dec r 23 d 1780 

Sir Please to pay to Timothy Lack! Esq r what is Due to me on 
the half pay Roll for back wages his Receipt Shall be your Discharge 
for the Same, and you 1 Oblige your 

Humb 1 Serv* 

Jon a Emerson 
To M r John Taylor Gilman 

[8-81] 

Exeter Sep* 26 th 1782 Rec d of Eph m Robinson a Certyficate for 
one Hundred & forty six pounds Six shillings in full of my half pay 
as an Invalid to the first day of September 1782 j on a Emerson 

^146.6 

[8-80] 

To the Honerable the General Assembly of the State of New 
Hamp r Now Convened at Concord 
Humbly shews — 

Jonathan Emerson Now residing in Dunstable in the Common- 
wealth of Massachusetts, Entered in the Service of the United States, 
as Lieutenant at the beginning of the War with Great Britain — 

That on the 19 th day of Sep r 1777, he was Badly wounded in a 
Battle with the Enemy at Still Water by which he was rendered Una- 
ble to perform further Duty and returned home — 

That your Petitioner was from that time Continued on half pay 
till y e 27 th day of Sept r 1782 — and then his pay was reduced to 
one third of the Whole pay at first Granted him and as he Suposes 
without adverting to or knowing his particular Merrit and Circum- 
stances as he was Entirly unheard on the Matter 

Therefore your Petitioner prays, this — Honerable Assembly that 
he may be heard on the Premises and have Leave to Shew to your 
Honers the True Circumstances of the Case by which he is Encour- 
aged to hope your Honers will Order him to be placed on half pay 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 38 1 

in future and from the said 27 th day of Sept r 1782 — and Your Peti- 
tioner as in Duty bound Shall Ever pray &c Jon a Emerson 

Dated at Concord Feb^ 18: 1785 

I His first petition, dated June 21, 1779, and the certificate of John 
Hale, surgeon, may be found in Vol. XII, pp. 634, 635. — Ed.] 



[8-82] [Edward Evans, of Plymouth^ 

There is due to Edward Evans Eighteen Pounds for half Pay in 
full to July 3 d 1784 Eph m Robinson Paymas' 

Exeter July 5 th 1784 
^18 — 

July 6 — 1784 Received an order on the Treas r in behalf of 
Edw d Evans for the above Sum — Joseph Pearson 

State of New Hampshire. This certifies that Edward Evans 

served as a private in the first New Hampshire Regiment — that he 

has produced sufficient Evidence that while in the Service of the 

United States he received a wound in his ankle, which being still 

unhealed renders him an Invalid — and that we judge him to be 

thereby entitled to a pension of twenty shillings per month from 

31 st July 1786 — T . , ~., T _ . g 

° J J ' Josiah Gilman Jun r 1 | 

Exeter 2 nd Dec r 1786 Sam 1 Tenney j | 

Grafton ss. Plymouth December 2 rd 1786 — 

Then Edward Evins came before me one of the Justices of the 
Peace for the County of Grafton in the State of New Hampshire and 
made Oath that he is an Inhabitant of the Town of Plymouth in the 
County aforesaid Sam 1 Emerson Just Peace 

State of New Hampshire Grafton ss. November 3 rd 1788 — 

Edward Evins came before me one of the Justices of the peace 
for the County of Grafton in this State, and made Oath that he was 
examined by Doct r Samuel Tenny appointed by said State for that 
purpose, obtained a Certificate and that he now lives in the Town of 
Plymouth in the County of Grafton aforesaid 

Sam 1 Emerson Just Peace 



382 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-83] [Lucy Fay, of Walpole] 

State of New Hampshire Cheshire ss 

To the Hon ble the Senate and House of Representatives of said 
State in General Court assembled 

The Petition of Lucy Fay of Walpole in said County of Cheshire, 
humbly shews, that Joseph Fay, the Husband of your Petitioner was 
an Ensign in the Continental Army in the late war in Cap 1 Ellis's 
Company & Col 1 Scammel's Regiment, in which service he was 
wounded, and died of his wounds, leaving your Petitioner with a 
Family of Small Children and but a small Estate, and that under 
great Embarrasments, that it has been and still is with great diffi- 
culty your Petitioner supports her family, and having been informed 
that an allowance had been made to Officers Widows who died in 
the Army, your Petitioner hath therefore presumed in this way, to 
lay her case before your honors, intreating you to consider of the 
Premises, and grant such relief as other poor Widows in like dis- 
tressing circumstances have obtained, or otherwise as you in your 
wisdom & clemency shall think proper, and as in duty bound will 
ever pray Lucy Fay 

Walpole Dec r 1st 1786 

The Committee on the Petition of Lucy Fay beg leave to Report 
that agreeably to Resolves of Congress she is intitled to seven years 
half Pay of an Ensign — which is submitted 

John Bellows for the Com" 

Portsmouth Dec 27, 1786 

Reed of Joseph Pearson a Certificate in favor of Lucy Fay Wid° 
of the late Ensign for two hundred & fifty two pounds in full for 
Seven years half pay as wid° of the late Ensign Fay — 

^252. John Bellows 



[8-85] [Captain James Ford, of Hudson.'] 

State of New \ This May Certify That James Ford Esq r being a 
Hampshire / Captain in y e Detachment Commanded by Me upon 
the Right wing of Gen 1 Starks Brigade in the Battle on Walloom- 
suck Hill (so Called) Near Bennington on the 16 th day of Aug. 1777 
was Very badly wounded by Two Musket Balls which pass d through 
his Two Thighs — Moses Nichols Col 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 383 

This May Certify all to Whome it may Concern that Capt James 
Ford wass wounded in the fite at Bennington on the Sixteenth Day 
of august By two Balls Shot throw Borth of his thyes & wass under 
my Care from the 6 the of Sept r to the 2 th of octob 1 ' as a Surgeon for 
which I Charged three Pounds Eight Shillings & Nine Pence 

Benj an ' Kittredge 

[Petition has not been found. — Ed.] 



[8-86] [Samuel Fugard, of Bedford.'] 

State of New \ 

Hampshire \ This may certify that Sam 1 Fugard served as a 
private in the first New-Hampshire regiment — that he has produced 
a certificate of his having been worn out & otherwise disabled in 
the service of the United States — & that we judge him to be entitled 
to a pension of thirty shillings per month. 

Joseph Gilman j Committee 
Exeter 9 th August 1786. Samuel Tenney \ 

Hisborough ss ■ Bedford Sep 1 25 th 1787 

Samuel Fugard came before me one of the justices of the peace for 
the County of Hillsborough in the State of New Hampshire And 
made Solemn Oath That he has been Examined by Docter Tinney 
Cap 1 Josiah Gillman and Joseph Gillman a Committee appointed 
by said State for that purpose and that he now lives in the town of 
Bedford in said County Sworn before 

Math w Patten justice peace 

Hilsborough ss j Bedford Oct' 28 th AD 1788 

Sir — Plese Pay Cap 1 Dole my Subsistanance as an Invilid from the 
31 July the yr 1787 to the 31 July 1788 Samuel Fugard 

To Joseph Parson Esq r Sacraterry — 

[For petition see Vol. XL, p. 185. — Ed.] 



[8-87] [Abner Gage, of Pelham and Aczvorth.] 

Andover Septem Ber the 13 yr 1777 
this maysertify that Abner gage was brought heare the 20 of June, 



384 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

year 1775 and doctered of awound he received at Bunker-hill four 
weks and Boarded, his wound dresed twice A day the whole acount 
is £2 : 2 : o lawful money given by me John kitteridge Assecketer of 
the last will and testament of docter Jhn kitteridge Late deceased — 
witness my hand John Kittredge 

This May Certify whom it may Concern that Abner Gage of Pel- 
ham was a Soldier in my Company & Col John Starks Reg 1 ; in the 
time of Bunker Hill fight & was in said engagement, then recived a 
wound in his foot by which he has been Lame ever Since 

Sep 4 16 1777 Elisha woodbery Cap 1 

State of New ) 

Hampshire \ In the house of Representatives Novem r 21 st 1777 — 

The Committee on the Petition of Abner Gage made report as 
their Opinion that the said Aber Gage comes under the Resolve of 
the Continental Congress of August 26 th 1776 respecting Wounded 
Officers and Soldiers and intitled to half pay from the time his 
monthly wages ceased which was the first of Jan r y 1 yy6 amounting 
to Twenty three pounds — and that he be Allowed forty two Shilling 
which he paid the Docter — Signed Nicholas Gilman Chairman. 

Which Report being read and Considered — 

Voted that the same be received & accepted — 

Sent up for Concurrence John Langdon Speaker 

In Council Nov r 28 th 1777 read and concurred 

E Thompson Sec y 
[8-89] 

There is due to Abner Gage Fifty Nine Pounds for half Pay in full 
to May the first day 1784 — Eph ra Robinson Pay Mast 

Exeter May 6 th 1 784 — 

Exeter July 29 1784 
Received an Order on the Treas r for the above Sum — 

Robert young 

New Hampshire. This certifies that Abner Gage served as a 
private soldier in Col° Stark's regiment in the year 1775, that he 
has produced sufficient evidence that, while in the service of the 
United States, he received a wound in his right foot, by which he is, 
in some measure, rendered an Invalid — & that we judge him to be 
on that account entitled to a pension of nine shillings per month, 
from 31 st July 1786. 

Exeter 27 Aug 1 1787. Joseph Gilman ) ^ ... 

Sam 1 Tenney 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 385 

Abner Gage Came Before me one of the Justice of the County of 
Cheshire in the State of New hampshire and made oath that he is 
an inhabitant of the Town of Acworth in the County Afore Said — 
Attest Daniel Grout Justice Peace 

August y e 17 th 1787 — 

Acworth november the I yr 1788 
to the honorable Josiah Gilman 

Sir please to pay the bearer my wages from 1785 to 1786 from 
1787 to 1788 And you would oblige me yours to serve 

Abner gage 

[Abner Gage signed a petition in Pelham in 1786. — Ed.] 



[8-90] {Ezra Gates, of Oxford.'] 

State of New Hampshire — In the House of Representatives June 
14, 1786 

The Committee on the petition of Ezra Gates a wounded soldier in 
the New Hampshire Line, beg leave to report as their Opinion that he 
be allowed half pay per month to commence at the time his whole 
pay ceased till further order of Court and that he be enrolled accord- 
ingly — Which is submitted per M. Thornton for the Com tee Which 
report being read and considered, voted that it be received and 
accepted John Langdon Speaker 

Sent up for Concurrence 

In Senate June 15 th 1786 read & concurred J Pearson Sec y 

Concord June 16, 1786 

Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate for twenty five pounds 
in full for half pay from 30 June 1783 to 31 July 1785 

^25 — per Ezra gates 

[Petition has not been found. — Ed.] 



[8-91] [Silas Gill, of New Ipswich.'] 

State of New Hampshire 

In Committee of Safety Exeter Jan? 16 th 1784 
To Ephraim Robinson 

Pursuant to a Vote of Court of the I st March 1783 you are desired 



386 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

to enroll Silas Gill on the list of Pensioners to receive half pay from 
the first day of February One thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty 
He being a Soldier in Col° Cilleys Regiment in the New Hamp- 
shire Line who was wounded in the battle at Behmus' Heights 

Josiah Bartlett Chairman 

Portsm Feb 10 — 1786 

Reed of Joseph Pearson a Certificate for nineteen pounds in 
full for half pay to July 31 — 1785 Silas gill 

[Silas Gill was in Captain Isaac Farwell's company. Report 
dated January 10, 1778, says that he was wounded and left at Albany. 
Vol. XV., p. 438. — Ed.] 



[8-92] [Joshua Gilman, of Walpo!c.~\ 

To the Honourable Councill and house of Representatives Assem- 
bled at Exeter May the 20 th 1 778 

Your Humbly Petitioner a Soldier in Captain Christopher Web- 
bers Company in Colonel Hubbards Regiment and in General Starks 
Biguade was on the 16 th of August Last 1777 unfortunately wounded 
by a Musquet Ball in the Battle near Benington Which after hav- 
ing Passed through one side of my Brest Enterd my arm and Come 
out above my Elbo which Bullet haveing broke the Bone very much 
Was afterwords Committed to the Care of Solomon Chase Sirgeon who 
opened the wound took out five Pieces of bone betwixt the 20 th of oct 
and the 31 st Day of January Last which wound hath Renderd me 
unable to Do any busines toards Suporting myself till about the 1 5 th 
of March Last who then being very unable to Sostain a full Support 
by Reason of the Cords Remaining very week and Painfull and After- 
wards haveing applied to D 1 ' Kitterage had a Piece of a bullit taken 
out on May the 10 th Your Humble Petitioner Humbly Desires some 
Relief Such as your wise Consideration may see fit for Loss of Time 
and Extrodianery Expence — 

As in Duty bound shall Ever Pray 

Dated Walpole May the 1 5 th 1 yyS Joshua Gilman 

thes may Sartfi that Jshua gilman of my Rig 1 en Cap* webber Com 
peny was wounded the 16 d of august 1777 Comanded By me 

David Hobart Cap' 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 387 

[8-94] [James Gould, of Cockcrmouth, now Grot on. ~\ 

To the Hon ble the Council and the Hon ble House of Representa- 
tives Convened a Exeter 

The Petition of James Goold of Cockermouth in the State of 
New Hampshire Late a Lieutenant in Col° Cilleys Regiment Hum- 
bly sheweth that on the 19 th of Sep r 1777 at the Battle of Bemus 
Heights he was wounded by a Muskett Balls Passing through his 
Body which Rendered him Uncapable of doing any duty or any 
manner of Business Since that time, that he has Undergone great 
pain therewith and has been at great Expence for Doctors and 
Nurses in consequence of said wound which Expence he is by him- 
self Uuable to Discharge Wherefore he Prays your Honors to take 
his Case into your wise Consideration and grant him such Relief as 
in your Wisdom and Humanity shall seem meet and your Petitioner 
as in Duty Bound shall Ever Pray James Goold 

Exeter 18 th March 1779 

These may Certify that James Gould was a Lieu* in my Regiment 
and was wounded on the 19 th of Sep r 1777 as set forth in the Fore- 
going Petition Jo s Cilley Col° 

Exeter March 18 th 1779 

[8-95] 

To the of Paymaster of the Invleads Corps in the State Newhamp- 
shire Sir Please to pay to mr Benjamin Lampson one hundred New 
Emisan Dollars and this order Shall be your Discharge from me 
for the Same as an officer under half pay by me James Goold 

To M r John Taylor Gilman 
Exeter Novembr y e 29 1781 — 
it being for Value Recevd 

Exeter July 29 th 1783 Received of Ephraim Robinson a Certifi- 
cate for Eighty Pounds in full of my half pay to July fiftenth 1783 — 
;£8o — James Goold 

Exeter April 6 th 1784 Received of Eph m Robinson a Certificate 
for Thirty Two pounds in full of Lieu* James Goolds half Pay^to 
March 15 th 1784— Davenport Phelps 

^32 — 

Aug 1 I th 1785 Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate for twenty 
two pounds in favor L l James Gould for half pay to July 31 st 1785 — 
inclusively Eben Brewster 

^22.0.0 



3^8 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Exeter Aug 30 th 1 786 
Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate in favor of L* James 
Gould for forty four pounds — balance due to him for half pay to 31 
July 1786— Hab k Turner 

[8-96] 

New Hampshire. This may certify that James Gould served as 

a Lieutenant in Col. Cilley's Regiment, & that he has produces 

sufficient evidence that, while in the service of the United States, he 

received a wound thro' his body, by which he is so far disabled as, 

in our opinion, to be entitled to a pension of four Pounds per month. 

o 
Exeter, 14 th Dec r 1786 Joseph Gilman ) 1 

Samuel Tenney ) » 

State of New Hampshire Grafton ss 

Hanover December 2 d 1786 

Lieu* James Goold came before me one of the Justices of the 
county of Grafton in the State of New Hampshire and made oath 
that he is an Inhabitant of the town of Hanover in the county 
aforesaid — Attest Beza Woodward Justice Peace 

[See Vol. XII., p. 166. — Ed.] 



[8-97] [Thomas Green, of Swanzey.'] 

Swanzey March 21 st 1778 

To the Honorable the House of Representatives for the state of 
New Hampshire 

The Petition of Thomas Green of Swanzey in said state Humbly 
sheweth : that your petitioner being in the American Service in 
the year 1775 in Col Starks Regiment being called into Battle at 
Bunkers Hill on the 17 th of June. Did then and there Receive a bad 
Wound from the Enemy by a Musket Ball which passed Quite through 
the shoulder thereby making a Compound Fracture of the Scapula 
and socket of the Humerus, by means of which your Petitioner was 
long confined and Disenabled from doing any Manner of Business for 
getting a Livelihood (and put to great Expence in order for complet- 
ing a cure) for more than 12 Months — and yet Remains unsound & 
unable to do but little 

Your Petitioner therefore Humbly prays that this Honorable 
House would take into your consideration the Case of your Petitioner 
above Mentioned, and grant such Relief as in your Wisdom you 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 389 

shall think proper — And your Petitioner as in Duty bound shall 
ever pray &c Thomas'green 

I the Subscriber being in the Capacity of Surgeon m Col Starks 
Regiment at the time when the above mentioned Thomas Green was 
Wounded, do Certify that the above stated Case is True said Green 
having been under my Inspection — per Calvin Frink 

We the Subscribers Selectmen of the Town of Swanzey beg Leave 
to Recommend the above mentioned Thomas Green to the Notice 
of this Honorable House Samuel Hills 

Thomas Hammond 

Petersborrough jan 16 th 1778 

Gentlemen I beg leave to Recommend to y r Notice the Bearer 
M r Thomas Green of my Reg 1 who was wounded at Bunker Hill & 
rendered for a long time uncapable of getting his Support as He was 
a good Soldier & one who always behaved genteely I think it my 
Duty to use the freedom of addressing y r Hon rs in his behalf I am 
Gentlemen with Due respect y r 

Most Obedient H m Serv 4 John Stark B G 

[8-98] 

To the Hon ble Council & House of Representatives for the State 
of N. Hampshire 

State of New Hampshire — Novem r 25 th 1778 
To M r John Tay r Gilman officer to Register wounded Soldiers &c — 
Pursuant to a Vote of Council and Assembly you are to Enroll 
Thomas Green a Soldier in Col Starkes Regiment wounded at 
Bunker Hill and to pay him half wages According to resolve of Con- 
gress three years viz from the first of Jan 17 1776 to the first of Jan 17 
1 779 — M Weare Pres' 

June 15 th 1785, The Committee of both Houses, appointed to con- 
sider the petitions of sick & wounded Officers & Soldiers, Having 
heard the within named Thomas Green respecting the Subject matter 
of the within petition & viewed the wound referr'd to therein, beg 
leave to report as their Opinion that the s d Thomas Green have and 
receive the sum of Eighteen shillings per month beginning at the 
time when his pay as an Invalid ceased, and to be continued, till the 
further of the General Court & that the same be charged in Account 
against the United States agreeably to the Resolve of Congress of 
the 26 th of Aug: 1776 and that he be enrolled accordingly — 

which is Submitted per Nath 1 Peabody for s d Com tee 



390 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

State of New Hampshire. In the House of Representatives June 
16 th 1785 

The foregoing report being read & considered, voted that it be 
received and accepted — 

Sent up for Concurrence 

Christo r Toppan Speaker P. T. 

In Senate June 16, 1785 read & concurred E Thompson Sec y 
[See Vol. XIII., p. 525.] 



[8-99] {Abigail, widow of Col. NatJian Hale.] 

State of New Hampshire 

To the Honorable the Senate and House of Representatives for 
the State of New Hampsh e To be Convened at Portsmouth in Said 
State on the Second Wednesday in December Next 

Abigail Hale of Rindge in Said State widow To your Honors most 
Humbly Shews that your Petitioners Late Husband Nathan Hale 
of Said Rindge Esquire was appointed to the Command of the 
Second New Hampshire Regiment in the Continental armey Earley in 
the year one Thousand Seven hundred and Seventy Seven and by 
the fortune of war he died a Prisioner to the British Troops upon 
Long Island on the Twenty Third day of September one Thousand 
Seven hundred and Eighty and left your Petitioner with a helpless 
family and Notwithstanding Repeated application your Petitioner 
have not Received any Part of her said Husbands wages or depre- 
ciation or any other Gratuity wherefore your Petitioner Prays that 
your Honors would Take her Case into your wise Considerat n and 
Grant her Such Releafe as your Honors in your Grate wisdom Shall 
See meet and your Petitioner as in duty Bound Shall Ever Pray 

Rindge Oct y e 31* 1786 Abigail Hale 

Voted to lay till next Session. 

Portsm Jan>" 18 — 1787 

Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate in favor of the wid° 
Abigail Hale for nine hundred forty five pounds in full for seven 
years half pay Enoch Hale 

^945 

[See Vol. XIII., pp. 327, 328.] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 39 1 

[8-100] [Thomas Haines, of Exeter.~\ 

By His Excellency General Washington, Esq ; Commander in 
Chief of the Armies of the United States, &c. 

Thomas Haines Soldier in the first Regiment of New Hampshire 
having been certifyed by a Board of Officers appointed for the Ex- 
amination of the Invalids of the Army, as unfit for any further Duty 
either in the Field or Garrison, on account of a wound received in 
the Service is hereby discharged from the Service of the United 
States ; and I do hereby certify that he is entitled to the Provision 
made by Congress, in such Cases, by their Resolve of the Twenty- 
Third of April, 1782. 

Given under my Hand, at Head-Quarters, New-burg this third 
Day of November 1782. G° Washington 

By His Excellency's Command, 
Jon a Trumbull Jun r Secretary. 

Registered in the Books of the Regiment. 

Albany Nov 8 th 1782 
Stirling Adjutant 

An Extract of a vote of the Court (passed the 17 June 1785) on 
the Petition of Thomas Haines. "That he be paid the sum of 24 
shillings pr month from the time his wages as a Soldier ceased 
till further [order] of the General Court ; and the monies so paid 
and advanced be charged in ace 1 against the United States in conse- 
quence of the Resolve of Congress of the 23 d of April 1782, and 
that he be enrolled as an Invalid Pensioner accordingly" 

Attest Joseph Pearson D. Sec y 

[Petition may be found in Vol. XI., p. 663. — Ed.] 



[8- 1 01] [William Hastings, of Amherst.'] 

This Certifies that William Hastings was a Soldier in the Reg 1 I 
had the Honour to Command and was wounded in the Action of the 
Twenty ninth of August 1778 on Rhode Island, And from that 
time untill now has been unfit for any business by reason of said 
wound and he is thereby become a Cripple 

Amherst June 12 th 1779 Stephen Peabody Lieu 1 Col 

To whom it may Concern 

State of ) In the House of Representatives June 23 d 1779 
New Hamp r \ 

The Committee on Sick & wounded officers & Soldiers &c Re- 



392 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

ported their opinion that William Hastings Jun r of Amherst a 
Soldier in Col Peabodys Regiment Raised for the Defence of Rhode 
Island for the year 1778, wounded by a Cannon ball on the 29 th day 
of August 1778, in a battle at Said Rhode Island, is Entitled to half 
Pay commencing on the first day of January 1779 and to continue 
untill further order of the general Court ; and that he be Entered 
on the roll of Pensioners Accordingly ; an that there be allowed & 
paid to the Said Hastings the Sum of forty nine pounds Eight Shil- 
lings In full for his Doctors bill and for Expence of getting Home ; 
all which is Submitted by Josiah Bartlett for the Committee, — which 
report being read & Considered Voted That the same be received & 
accepted, and that the President give Order of payment to Cap 1 
Josiah Crosbie. 

Sent up for Concurrence 

John Langdon Speaker 

In Council y e 24 th June 1779 read & Con d E Thompson Sec y 

[8-102] 

Reced of Eph m Robinson a Certifycate for Thirty pounds, Six 
Shillings in full for half pay due to me being a Wounded Soldier 
of this State, up to July the I st 1782 

his 

Exeter Sep 1 24 th 1782 William X Hastings 

mark 

Witness Jedidiah Jewett 

Exeter Oct 14 th 1784 Received of Eph m Robinson a Certificate 
for Twelve pounds which is in full of my half Pay to October I* 
1784 — William hastings 

^12 — 

Nov r 18 — 1785 Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate in favor 
of William Hastings for Ten Pounds in full for half pay to July 3 1 
1785 Joseph Blanchard 

[8-104] 

Exeter Oct 4 th 1776 Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate for 
Twelve pounds in full for half pay to 31 July 1786 

;£i2 per William hastings 

[8-105] 

New Hampshire. This certifies that William Hastings served as 
a private soldier in Col Peabody's regiment of militia at Rhode 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 393 

Island — that he has produced sufficient evidence of his having 
received a wound in the leg, in the service of the United States, by 
which he is so far disabled as to be entitled, in our opinion, to a 
pension of twenty shillings per month. 

Exeter 2 d Nov r 1786 Joseph Gilman 

Samuel Tenney 

[8-103] 

Amherst October 22 d 1787 

To the Secretary of the State of New Hampshire pleas to pay 
the bearer the sum of twelve pounds it being one years wages due 
to me and his receipt Shall be your discharge from me for the 
same p r William Hastings 

M r Joseph Persons Secretary for the State of N Hampshire 

S r Please to Deliver to the Bearer hereoff one years Wages that 
is Due this Order Shall be your Sufficient Recp 1 for the same your 
Complyance will much Oblige your Humbl Serv 1 &c 

William Hastings 

William Hastings came before me, one of The Justices of the 
County of Hillsborough in The State of New Hampshire, & made 
Oath that He is an Inhabitant of the Town of Amherst In the 
County aforesaid. Attest Moses Nichols J peace 

Amherst Nov r I st 1786 

[See Vol. XI, p. 67.] 



[8-106] [ William Haseltine, of Westmoreland.'] 

This may Certify that William Hazaton of Cap 1 Carltons Company 
and Col Nichols Regiment belonging to gen 1 Starks brigade from 
the state of New Hampshire at the battle Near Bennington on the 
Sixteenth of August in A D 1777 was wounded by a shot from the 
enemy which broke his left arm after which he was under my care 
as Surgeon,of the Regiment at that time South Kingstown in the 
state of Rhode Island Oct or 20th 1778 — 

John Young Surgeon to Col 
Nichols Reg 1 August 6 th 1777 

State of New Hampshire November 17 th 1778 

To John T Gilman officer appointed to register persons allowed 
half pay &c — 

Pursuant to a Vote of Council and Assembly pay William Hazel- 

27 



394 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

tine a Soldier wounded in the Battle at Belonging to Cap 1 Carletons 
Company Col Nichol's Regiment half pay one year commencing the 
24 th of September 1777 — M Weare President 

Westmoreland October 25 1778 — 

This May Certify that William Hazelton In my Company was 
Wounded In the Battle at Bennington the sixteenth Day of August 
in the Year 1777 he being a Soldier in my Company in Col Nichols 
Regiment Kimball Carlton Cap 1 

State of New Hampshire \ Westmoreland the 25 th Day of October 

County of Cheshire ss j 1778 

Then the Above Named Kimball Carlton Personally Appeared and 
Made Solemn Oath to truth of the above Certificate 

Coram, Heber Miller J Peace 
[8-108] 

State of New \ In the house of Representatives Aug* 20 th 1 778 
Hampshire j 

The Committee on Sick & Wounded Soldiers &c having Taken 
under Consideration the Case of William Hazeltine a Soldier in Cap 1 
Carleton's Company in Col 1 Nichols's — regiment, reported their 
Opinion that as the Said — Hazeltine was wounded in the battle of 
Bennington, he be allow' d his Account Amounting to Ten pounds 
thirteen shillings, and that on his Lodging a Certificate from the 
Commanding Officer & Surgeon, in Common form, he be allow' d one 
years half pay from the Twenty fourth clay of September last, 

Signd Geo King for the Committee 

Which report being read & Considered Voted that the Same be 
received and Accepted and that the President Give order Accord- 
ingly — 

Sent up for Concurrence 

John Dudley Sp 1 ' pro Temp 1 ' 
In Council the same day read & Con d 

E Thompson Scy 



[8-107] [Richard How, of Portsmouth^ 

[State of New] Hampshire 

This is to certify to the Hon ble Committee on 
Invalids That the Bearer Richard How belonged to the Company 
under the Command of Cap Caleb Robinson in Col Hale's Regi- 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 395 

ment in Gen 1 Poor's Brigade in the Service of the United States 
during the late War w h Great Brittain That I was an Officer in the 
same Brigade and am well knowing that the said Richard How was 
inoculated for the small Pox, by Gen 1 Orders to the whole Regiment, 
and that by means thereof he became blind to so great a Degree as 
to be unfit for Duty and he obtained Leave of Absence from Col° 
Hazen, then Col Command 1 of the said Regim 1 for the Recovery 
of his Sight which he has not accomplished to this day but remains 
an Incurable and a real proper Object of public Relief 

Portsm Aug 1 20 th 1787 John Dennett 

Exeter August 31 s1 1787. — This may certify that the within men- 
tioned Rich d Howe was a Soldier in my Comp'y as inserted within, 
but am uncertain as to his blindness as I was then a Prisoner. — 

Caleb Robinson 
then Cap 1 in s d Reg 1 
[8-109] 

County of Rockingham. August 30 th 1787 George How [Richard ?] 
personally appeared before me one of the Justices of the Peace for 
said County & made Solemn Oath that he is an inhabitant of the 
town of Portsmouth in the County aforesaid 

W m Parker Jus Peace 

State of New Hampshire. This certifies that Richard How served 
as a private soldier in the 2 nd Regiment of said State — that he has 
produced sufficient evidence that while in the service of the United 
States he lost his sight by the small pox so far as to be render'd 
incapable of getting a living — and that we judge him to be entitled, 
on account of said blindness, to a pension of twenty shillings per 
month, from the first of January 1780 — 

Exeter 31 s1 Aug 1 1787 Sam 1 Tenney \ Committee 

Josiah Gilman Jun r 



{Lieut. Joseph Hilton, of Deerfield.\ 

[In the House of Representatives, October 31, 1778, the commit- 
tee on sick and disabled soldiers reported "that Lieut. Joseph Hilton, 
who was wounded while fighting with the enemy on the 7 th of Oct. 
1777, near Stillwater ought to be enrolled and receive half oay from 
the first day of Oct. 1778." — Ed.] 



396 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-1 IO] 

State of New Hampshire. Decern 1 " 9 th 1778 

To John T Gilman officer to Enroll Soldiers wounded & Entitled 
to J pay — 

Pursuant to a Vote of Council and Assembly Enroll Lieu 1 Joseph 
Hilton and allow him half pay according to Resolve of Congress 
from the first day of October 1778 till further order of the Gen 1 
Assembly M Weare Pres 1 

M r Robinson, Pay to Col° M c Clary all the half pay due to me as 
a Lieu 1 and his rec* Shall be your discharge Therefore 

Epsom 22 d August 1782 — Joseph Hilton 

Witness Michael M c Clary 



[8-1 12] [Lieut. Jonathan Holton, of Westmoreland.'] 

State of New \ 

Hamp r ) In the House of Representatives Aug* 20 th 1778 

The Com tee on Sick & wounded Soldiers &c having taken under 
Consideration the Case of Lieu 1 Jon a Holton of Cap 1 Carltons Com- 
pany in Col 1 Nichol's Regiment wounded in the Battle at Bennington 
reported their Opinion that the Account of the S d Holton Amount- 
ing to Eleven Pounds & Six Pence be allowed And paid out of the 
Treasury And that he be Allowed half pay from the 24 Day of Sep 1 
last Until further Order, on his lodging with the proper Officer a 
Certificate from the Commanding Officer & Surgeon of his being 
wounded Signed George King for the Com tee which Report being 
read & Considered Voted that the Same be received & Accepted and 
that the President give Orders Accordingly 

Sent up for Concurrence John Dudley Speak 1 " p Temp 1 " 

In Council the same day r d & Con d E Thompson Sy 

Sir 

In the return of the Invilid's Pensioners of this State Lieut Jona- 
than Holton is returned and has received his pay from the 24 of 
September 1777 to the 20 th of March 1782 at which time you Certify 
he was struck of from the list — M r Holton has your certificate that 
he has received his pay only to 24 th of Jan? 1 780 and he must procure 
a certificate from the Governor — certified by you that if there is any 
such return to the Board of war it is rong and the certificate must 
state the situation of his business — please to enclose the Certificate 
to me and send it in the Mail yours W PAGE 

the Sect? of the State of N H 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 397 

[Lieut. Holton's petition may be found in Vol. XII., p. 656. He 

was wounded at Bennington by a shot in the face, near the eye. 
— Ed.] 



[8-1 14] \_Licut. Joseph Huntoon, of Unity, .] 

State of \ In the House of Representatives June 25 th 1779- 



New Hamp r 

The Committee on Sick & wounded Soldiers &c Reported their 
Opinion that Lieutenant Joseph Huntoon Late of the third New 
Hampshire Battalion wounded in the Battle near Still Water on the 
Seventh of October 1777 is Intitled to half pay agreeable to Resolves 
of Congress Commencing on the first day of October 1778 and to 
Continue untill further order of the General Court & that he be 
Entered on the Roll of Pensioners accordingly all which is Sub- 
mitted by Josiah Bartlett for the Committee Which report being 
read and Considered Voted that the Same be received an Ac- 
cepted — 

Sent down for Concurrence John Langdon Speaker 

In Council the Same day read & Concured 

E Thompson Secretary 

[8-1 1 5] 

State of New \ In Council April 3 d 1781 — 
Hampshire \ 

Voted, that the Officer to pay those Officers who are upon the half 
pay Roll, Pay unto Lieut Joseph Huntoon the Nominal Sum of his 
half pay in Bills of the New Emission untill further Order of the 
General Court. 

Sent down for Concurrence Joseph Pearson D. Sec y 

In the House of Representatives, the same day, Read & Concurr'd 

W m Whipple Speaker P. T. 

Exeter Nov r 13'* 1783 Received of Eph m Robinson a Certificate for 
Forty pounds Two shillings & eight pence in full of my pay as an 
invalid Pensioner to Nov m I4 h 1783. Joseph Huntoon 

^40.2.8 

Exeter Dec r 14 th 1783 

Ordered that L l Joseph Huntoon and Cap 1 Chace Taylor continue 
on Quarter instead of half pay as Invalid Pensioners 
Extract from Minutes of Com tee of Safety 

Attest Joseph Pearson D Sec y 



398 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-1 14] 

State of New ) In the House of Representatives Oct 29 th 1785 
Hampshire ) 

The Committee on the petition of Lieu* Joseph Huntoon reported 
as their Opinion that he receive half pay from the time he was 
reduced untill further Order of the Gen 1 Court & that he be put on 
the roll of pensioners accordingly — 

Signed Otis Baker for the Com tee 

Which report being read & considered voted that it be received & 
accepted & that he receive a Certificate for the Interest of the pay 
which has been with held & a Note for the principal 
Sent up for Concurrence 

Jn° Sullivan speaker 
In Senate the same day read & concurred 

E Thompson Sec y 

Concord Oct 31 — 1785 

Rec d of Joseph Pearson a Certificate for sixty three pounds in full 
for half pay, with what I have already received, to July 31 st 1785 — 
.£63.0.0 Joseph Huntoon 

Exeter Oct 9 th 1786 — 

Receivd of Joseph Pearson a Certificate in favor of L l Joseph 
Huntoon for forty eight pounds in full for J pay as an Inv ds 

.£48.0.0 Rich d Bean 

[8-1 16] 

State of New Hampshire — This certifies that Joseph Huntoon 
served as a Lieutenant in the third a regiment of said State — that 
he has produced sufficient evidence that, while in the Service of the 
United States, he received a wound in the arm, which has rendered 
him an Invalid — & that we judge him to be entitled, on that account, 
to a pension of three pounds per month from the 31 July, 1786. 

Joseph Gilman ) 

Exeter I st March, 1787 Sam 1 Tenney ] 

Cheshire ss September 12 th 1787 Joseph Huntoon came before 
me one of the Justices of the Peace, in the county of Cheshire in 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 399 

the State of New Hampshire and made oath that he is an Inhab- 
itant of the Town of Unity in the County aforesaid 

Attest John Hubbard Jus 1 Peace 

[8-1 17] 

State of New Hamp 1 ' — To the Honb 1 the Council and house of 
Representatives in General Assembly convened — 

The Petition and Memorial of Joseph Huntoon who engaged as 
Lieutenant in the Service of the United States in Cap 1 Grey's Com- 
pany Col Scammels Regiment and remained in said Service until 
disabled by a wound he received in Battle while in the defence of 
his Country, after which your Memorialist was enrolled for half pay 
agreeably to the Resolves of Congress, and your Memorialist having 
a large necesitous family was obliged from time to time to make 
application for said half pay, but the depreciated state of the Currency 
was such, and the value thereof not being ascertained, your Honours 
in your great goodness gave me several orders on the Treasury for 
certain sums of money for which I stand accountable, and the year 
past your Hon rs appointed me a Lieutenant at the Batteries at 
Piscataqua Harbour where I expected to draw my wages monthly 
that I might thereby have had it in my power in some measure to 
have relieved my family, but the depreciation of the new Emission 
wholly frustrated my expectations and for several months of the last 
part of the time your Memorialist has not received any pay, except- 
ing some beef & rum which y e Honb 1 the Committee of Safety gave 
me an order for, and for which I stand accountable, and your Pe- 
titioner still remaining in very indigent circumstances — Prays that 
your Honours would take his case under your consideration and 
grant relief in some way or other — in case the money cannot be 
paid — could your Petitioner receive a note or notes from the Treas- 
urer for the sum that may be found to be due it would be a great 
relief — For which, your petitioner as in duty bound shall pray 

Concord March 22 d 1782. Joseph Huntoon 

[See Vol. XIII., p. 586. — Ed.] 



[8-1 18] [David Johnson, of Westmoreland, eta/.] 

State of I In the House of Representatives March 6 th 1778 



New Hamp r 

The Committee to consider of the losses of the Officers and Sol- 
diers as have been Wounded or suffered loss &c in the service of 



4-00 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

the United States Reported that it appears to your Committee that 
David Johnson a Soldier in Cap 1 Waits Company, Col 1 Bedel's Regi- 
ment lost his Gun in the aforesaid service valued at three pounds 
twelve shillings, & We humbly submit it that he receive pay for the 
same — they likewise recommend that the sum of forty two shillings 
be paid to Docf Abraham Downer of Charlestown in this State 
being his Account for dressing the wound of Caleb Hunt in Cap 1 
Blodgets Company in Col 1 Hale's Regiment who was badly wounded 
in his Retreat from Ticonderoga in July last — Also that the sum of 
three pounds four shillings be allow'd & paid to said Abraham 
Downer for Nursing & taking care of Benjamin Phillips a lame sol- 
dier in Cap 1 Stone's Company in Col 1 Scammell's Regiment eight 
Weeks — which is submitted by Josiah Bartlett Chairman — Which 
Report being read and considered — Voted that the same be receiv'd 
& accepted — 

sent up for Concurrence John Dudley Speak r p Tern 

In Council the Same day r d & Con d E Thompson Sc y 

[Petition of David Johnson, Jr., may be found in Vol. XIII., pp. 
66 1, 662. — Ed.] 



[8-1 19] [Abraham Kimball, of Hofkiutou.~\ 

Canterbury November 9 1778 

These certifieth that Abraham Kimball a Soldier in Cap 1 Joshua 
Baileys Compy Col Stickneys Reg 1 & Gen 1 Starks brigade was 
wounded in the leag in the Battle at Bennington 16 th August 1777 

Josiah Chase Surg" 

To the Honorabel Councel and house of representative 

These may Certify that Abraham Kimbel of Hopkinton in the 
County of Hillsborough was a Soldier in Cap 1 Bailies Company in 
Co 11 Stickneys Regiment in the late Expedition to Bennington Being- 
wounded at Said Bennington in the Battle there 

Attest Thomas Stickney Col 

Nov br 13 th 1778 

State of New Hampshire, Novem r 14 th 1778 

To John T Gilman Officer Appointed to Register wounded soldiers 
&c 

Pursuant to a Vote of Council and Assembly you are to register 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 401 

Abraham Kimball a soldier in Cap 4 Baileys Company Col Stickneys 
Reg 1 who was wounded at the Battle of Bennington and Allow him 
half pay (agreable to the Resolves of Congress) two years commenc- 
ing the 18 th of September A D 1777. M Weare Pres 1 



[8-120] [Sara/i, zvidow of Capt. Benjamin Kimball .] 

State of New Hampshire 

To the Hon ble the Senate and the Hon ble House of Representatives, 
for said State to be convened at Portsmouth the first Wednesday of 
June next — 

The Petition of Sarah Kimball of Plastow in the County of Rock- 
ingham in said State Widow and relict of Benjamin Kimball late a 
Captain in Col Joseph Cilleys Regiment in the New Hampshire line 
of the Army of these United States dec d 

Humbly Sheweth That the afore named Benjamin Kimball in 
his life time early in the late War engaged as a Lieutenant in the 
Army raised for the defence of the invaded rights and liberties of 
the much injured Citizens of these States which capacity he sus- 
tained til September I st A. D 1776 — at which time he was appointed 
and Commissioned a Captain and Paymaster of the Regiment afore 
named in which capacities he being fired with patriotic zeal for the 
cause his of Country, and relying on the resolves of Congress, more 
especially that pass'd the 15 th of May A D 1778 promissing to Officers 
of certain descriptions therein mentioned seven Years half-pay after 
the conclusion of the War, he continued faithfully to serve his 
Country unimpeached until the unhappy 22 nd [23 d ] Day of August 
A. D. 1779 — when he was unfortunately killed by an accidental 
Shot, leaving your Petitioner a Widow with a large family of Young- 
Children far from being in Affluent Circumstances. 

Wherefore your Petitioner Humbly Prays your Hon 1 ' 5 to take the 
distress'd case of herself & Family into your wise consideration and 
grant her the half pay of a Captain for the term of seven Years from 
the death of her late Husband Benjamin Kimball aforesaid dec d & 
make order for the due payment thereof agreeable to the resolve of 
Congress of the 24 th of Aug 4 1780 and the practice of this State in 
Similar Cases with such interest for the time past — as your Hon rs 
shall judge equitable, or otherwise give aid to your Petitioner in the 
premises, and as in duty bound will ever Pray. 

her 

Test John Ferguson Sarah X Kimball 

mark 

In Senate June i6 h 1785 read & concurred — E Thompson Secy 



402 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Plastow April 26 th 1785 
Sir 

Please to pay John Neal Esq 1 ' whatever may be due to me as wid° 
& relict of my late husband Benjamin Kimball late of Plastow in the 
County of Rockingham and State of New Hampshire dec d who in 
his life time was a Captain in the Army of the United States for 
seven years half pay agreeable to two resolves of Congress of the 1 5 th 
of May 1778 & the 24 th of Aug 1780 and said Neals Rec 1 shall be a 
full discharge for said Demand, it being for value rec'd of him — 
To the Hon ble John Taylor ) I am Your Humble st — 

Gilman Esq Treasurer of > „, . her Tr . , „ 

New Hampshire ) Sarah X Kimball 

1 / mark 

Signcl in Presence of Abigail Peabody 
John Ferguson 

[8-123] 

Haverhill 16 th of August 1785 

This may certify all persons whom it may concern that M 1 ' Jon- 
athan Poor and M rs Sarah Kimball relict of Cap 1 Benjamin Kimball 
late of Plastow deceas'd were lawfully join'd together in Matrimony 
on the second day of June last — Attest Gyles Merrill 

Minister of the Gospel 

Concord Oct 28 1785 
Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate in favor of Sarah Poor 
late the wid° of Cap 1 Benjamin Kimball for the sum of fifty eight 
pounds in full for half pay to June 2 d 1785 John Neal 



[8-124] [William Lakin, of Hancock. ~\ 

Exeter Decern 1 " 9 th 17S3 There is due to William Lakin for half 
Pay, Thirteen pounds, in full, from November 3 d 1782 to December 
4 th 1783 agreeable to a Vote of the General Court 

,£13.0. Eph m Robinson Pay Mas' 

This certifies that there appears to be due to William Laikin Twelve 
pounds in full for half pay from the 4 Dec r 1783 to the 4 th Dec 1 " 1784 
;£ 12.0.0. Joseph Pearson P. M. 

Feby 15 th 1785 

Antrim August y e 31 st 1786 

then Personaly Appeared William Leakin a Wounded Soldier now 
a pentionar and made Solemn Oath that he is an Inhabitant of 
Hancock in the County of Hillsborough and State of New harnp 1 " 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 4O3 

was Listed During the Late ware : wounded in one of the new Hamp r 
Regeiments as will appear by his Discharge & sworn to before me. 

John Duncan J. Peace 

Exeter April i 1789 — 
Received an Order on the Treasurer, for twelve pounds in full for 
half pay from 31 July 1786 to 31 July 1787 — per William Lakin 

[8-125] 

Extract from a Vote of Court March I st 1783 

That William Lakin of Hancock late a Soldier in Col Dearborns 
New Hampshire Reg 1 be enrolled as an Invalid Pensioner entitled to 
receive half pay from the time of his discharge till further Order 

Attest Joseph Pearson Dep Sec y 

To John Taylor Gilman Esq Treasurery Or the Comitty apointed 
for Setting the Soilgers Pention or half pay Please to Pay to Phi n 
Ames the Bearer all the Money Due to Me Sence my Discharge an 
This Receipt Shall Be your Discharge for the Same from Me 

Hancock Dec r y e 8 th 1783 — william Lakin 



[8-126] [Samuel Lamont, of Bath. .] 

State of New-Hampshire 

This may certify that Samuel Lamont served as a soldier in Col 
Sam 1 Johnson's Regiment of Levies raised by the State of Massachu- 
setts in the year 1777 — that he has produced sufficient evidence 
that, while in the Service of the United States, he received a wound 
by which he lost his left thumb & the use of his left arm — & that 
we judge him to be entitled to a pension of twenty shillings per 
month to commence from the eighteenth day of March 1786 — 

Exeter 20 th June 1787 Joseph Gilman 

Samuel Tenney 



[8-127] [Abraham Laivrence, of Winchester.] 

To the Hon ble Council and Representatives for the State of New 
Hampshire in General Court assembled — 

The Petition of Abraham Lawrence of Winchester in said State 
humbly sheweth — 

That your Petitioner in the Month of May 1775, entered as a 
Soldier in the Service of his Country, and served at Prospect Hill 



404 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

near Charlestown under Cap 1 Hervey, during the Term of Eight 
Months ; at the End of which he engaged under Capt Plaice in Col 
now Gen 1 Reeds Reg 1 & served in the Expedition up the Lakes to 
the years End, The May following he inlisted under Capt W m Ellis of 
Col Scammells Reg 1 for three years, and took the Tour of Ticonderoga, 
when being obliged to retreat he lost his Clothing (of his own provid- 
ing) and has had no allowance therefor to this Day — thence to 
Still-water at the Reduction of Gen 1 Burgoyne, where he was slightly 
wounded; then to Valley Forge, where he wintered ; — from thence, 
in the Spring, pursued the Enemy to Monmouth where a Battle 
ensued — then wintered in Reading in Connecticut — thence went 
the Expedition up the Susquehannah River to New-town, where on 
the 29 th of Aug 1779 was a Engagement 

[original obliterated] Bone into shivers & rendered him altogether 
unable for Duty — thence he was carried to Sunsbury where he lay 
about Nine Months & suffered much for Food Clothing & Medicines, 
as well as in great Danger of losing his Leg, & even his Life — Thence 
to yellow Spring Hospital where he lay about a year, in which time 
his wound began to heal — But he has suffered & still suffers much 
Pain by Reason of the frequent ulcerations, caused by the shivered 
Bones — sometimes he is laid by for two Months together with a 
single ulceration. The Pains & Hardships he has endured in Conse- 
quence of his wound, a very cold & almost intolerabl Smoaky Hos- 
pital nearly deprived him of his Eye sight for some time — his Eyes 
are much weakened, and he yet has, & fears he ever shall have turns 
of Blindness, if not at length a total loss of Sight, Notwithstanding 
the Public, and his own Private Expences for his support & cure, 
he continues & is likely to continue very lame and unable for any 
hard Services, and must of necessity yet be at considerable Charge, 
besides Loss of time, to recover any tolerable Degree of Soundness — 

And whereas while your Petitioner was in the Hospital last men- 
tioned, it being reported that he was dead, he was left out of the 
Muster Roll, & has received no Clothing, Wages or Depreciation 
Money since May 1779 — 

And whereas after obtaining a Discharge from the Army, tho' by 
the Assistance of Friends he has returned home, yet he is unable 
in Person to wait on your Honors, having neither Money nor Cloth- 
ing, and but one sound Thigh, an Ulcer now gathering in the other 
— He therefore prays your Honors to take into Consideration the 
Present unhappy & peculiar Circumstances & Difficulties — the past 
faithful Services, the private necessary Expences — and the Melan- 
cholly Prospects for the future of your humble Petitioner — And 
make such Provision for his Recieving the Wages, Clothing &c 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 405 

yet behind & for his future Support or Assistance, as you in your 
Wisdom and Pity, shall Judge Reasonable & fit — and your Petitioner 
shall, as in Duty bound ever pray &c 

Winchester 1 78 1 — Abraham Lawrence 

[8-129] 

This is to Certify that Abraham Lawrence Soldier in the New 
Hampshire line was Sent from the yellow Spring Hospital to Phila- 
delphia and detained by me till Brought on with the Party and De- 
livered to Major Darby at Stony Point Lewis Nicola Col Inv 

August 2 d 1 78 1 

State of New ] In the House of Representatives Nov r 16 th 1781 
Hampshire j 

The Committee to consider of the Petition of Abraham Lawrence 
&c reported as their opinion that the said Lawrence should be put on 
half pay to commence from the last day of May 1779 — signed W. T. 
Langdon for the Com tee which report being read and considered, 
Voted that it be received and accepted. 

Sent up for Concurrence 

John Dudley Speaker P. T. 
In Council November 17 th 1781 — 

Read and Concurred 

E Thompson Sec ry 

Portsm June 14, 1785 

This certifies that there appears to be due to Abraham Lawrence 
fifty eight pounds ten shillings in full for half pay from May 31, 1779 
to April 15 th 1784— Joseph Pearson P. M. 

^58.10.0 



[8-130] \_Ebcuescr Lock, of Deeriug.~\ 

This certifies that Ebenz r Lock Jun r formerly an Inhabitant of the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts hath Recided for one twelve months 
by gone in the Town of Dering County of Hillsborough & State of 
New hampshire — 

Certified by N. Aiken Justice Peace 

Dering Dec r y e 10 th 1787 



406 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-I3I] 

This certifies that Ebenz r Lock Jun r a Corp 1 an Inhabitant of the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, who belonged to the fifteenth 
Mass tts Reg 1 commanded by Timothy Biglow Esq & in Cap 1 Bowmans 
Com y in the service of the United States of America aged twenty 
six as appears by certificates lodged in the pension office having been 
examined by me, is found to be disabled in said service by a musket 
ball entre s his right thy — And I do hereby certify that he is entitled 
to receive twenty one shillings per month commencing 17 th March 
1786 agreeably to the Resolution of Congress of the 7 th June 1785 & 
to an Act of the legislature of the commonwealth of Massachusetts 
of the 17th March 1786 & that s d Lock is fit for Guard or Garrison 
Duty 

Given under my hand at Boston this seventeenth clay of July in 
the year of our Lord 1 7S6 and of the Eleventh year of the Independ- 
ence of the United States of America — 

John Lucas Commissary of Pensioners 

N. B. S d Lock has received payment up to the s d 17 th of March 
1786— Jn° Lucas 

Boston 21 May 1788 This certifies that the within mentioned 
Ebn r Lock is discharged from the pension office of this Common- 
wealth, he being a resident of the State of New Hampshire 

Pension Office 21 May 1788 John Lucas Coms y of Pensioners 

Countersigned Sept r 25, 1788 State of New Hampshire 

Joseph Gilman \ Com tee on 
Sam 1 Tenney j Invalids 

A true copy Attest J Pearson Sec-' 

Original given up to enable him to draw his pay of M r Whipple 
[8-130] 

State of New Hampshire — Ebenezer Lock came before me one 
of the Justices of the Peace throughout said State and made solemn 
Oath that he was examined by the Commissary of Pensioners in the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, obtained a Certificate and that he 
now lives in the Town of Dering and in the County of Hillsborough 

Sworn to before me this 25 th day of Sept 1788 — 



at t-uei t- 1 1 Justice of the Peace 

Nath el Folsom W, , . d c . . 

j throughout s d State 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 407 

[8-132] {Joseph Mack, of Londonderry.} 

Joseph Mack Soldier in the first N. Hampshire Reg 1 formerly an 
Inhabitant of Londonderry County of Rockingham and state of N. 
Hampshire having honorably and faithfully served Three years in the 
service of the united states being the term of his Inlistment is here- 
by discharged from the army & is permitted to return to the state 
of N. Hampshire Jo s Cilley Col 

To whom it may Concern 

Camp Danbury April 5 th 1780 

I do hereby certify that the bearer Joseph Mack, late a soldier in 
Coll. Cilleys Regiment, in the Continental Army ; was wounded 
in an ingagement against the British troops, on the heights of Bea- 
mus the 7 th of Octob r 1777 — by which supose he is much debili- 
tated — 

Given under my hand at Londonderry this 8 th day of Septemb r 
*7$7— Geo Reid then U Coll. 

in said Regiment 

State of New Hampshire. This certifies that Joseph Mack served 
as a private in the I st N. Hampshire Regiment — that he has pro- 
duced sufficient evidence that while in the service of United States 
in said regiment he received a wound in the side by which he is 
render'd unable to procure a living by labour — & that we judge 
him to be entitled to a pension of twelve shillings per month from 
the 5 th April 1780 — Joseph Gilman ) r 

Exeter 10 th Sept' 1787 Sam 1 Tenney j Committee 

[8-133] 

County of Rockingham, January 5 th 1788 Joseph Mack personally 
appeared before me one of the Justices of the Peace for said County 
and made solemn Oath that he is an Inhabitant of the Town of 
Londonderry in the County aforesaid \ym p ar ker Jus Peace 



[8-134] [Josia/i Magoon, of Nottingham.'] 

State of New Hampshire Rockingham ss 

To the Honourable Council and House of Representatives for 
Said State Conveaned at Exeter on the thirtyeth Day of March A D. 

1784 

Humbly Sheweth Josiah Megoon of Nottingham in the County of 
Rockingham in Said State that your Petitioner Ingaged in the Con- 



408 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

tinental army as a Soldier in the first Newhampshire Regiment and 
that he Sarved in Said Regiment untill the Tenth Day April 1783 
when on account of Epiliptic Fitts to which he was then become 
Very Subject he obtained a Discharge from the army as being unfit 
for any further Sarvice in field or Garison and was by Said Discharg 
Intiteled to the Provision Made by Congress in Such Cases by there 
Resolve of the Twenty third of april 1782, and your Petitioner being 
in low Surcumstances and unable to Leighbour by Reason that 
he is followed by Said Fits and being Desirous for to Put him 
Self under the hands of Sum Physition in order to Efect a Cure 
if Posible of Said Fits wherefore your Petitioner humbly Pray that 
your Honours would take his Case under your wise Consideration 
and grant him an order on the Treasurer for what is Due to him 
by Said Resolve of Congress or other Wayes Releave him as to you 
in your wisdom May Seeme Best and your Petitioner as in Duty 
Bound Shall Pray josiah Magoon 

Nottingham March 30 th 1784 

[3-135] 

State of New Hampshire — In the House of Representatives 
April 16 th 1784 

The Committee on Sick and Wounded Officers & Soldiers &c hav- 
ing considered the petition of Josiah Magoon late a Soldier in the 
first New Hampshire Regiment, with the Vouchers, beg leave to 
report as their Opinion, — 

That the said Magoon is intitled to receive five Dollars p r month, 
agreeable to the Resolution of Congress of the 23 d of April 1782 
from the 10 th of April 1783 till further Order and that he be enroll'd 
accordingly 

Signed George Frost for the Committee which report being read 
& considered, Voted that it be received & accepted 

Sent up for Concurrence John Dudley Speaker 

In Council the same day read & concurred E Thompson Sec y 

[8-136] 

There is due to Josiah Magoon Eighteen pounds which is in full 
of his Pay as an Invalid Pensioner to April 11 th 1784 agreeable to a 
Vote of the General Court — Eph m Robinson Pay Mas 

£18.— 

Exeter April 16 th 1784 Reed an Order on the Treasurer for the 
above Sum josiah Magoon 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 4O9 

Exeter April 1 1 1785 

This certifies that there appears to be clue to Josiah Megoon 
Eighteen pounds as an Invalid from April 10 th 1784 to April 11 th 
1785. Joseph Pearson P. M. 

,£18.0.0 

New Hampshire. This may certify that Josiah Magoon served as 
a private in the first Regiment of said state — that he has produced 
a certificate of his having been disabled by epileptic Fits contracted 
in the service of the United States — & that we judge him to be 
entitled to a pension of thirty shillings per month. 

Exeter 11 th August, 1786. Joseph Gilman \ Committee 

Samuel Tenney J 

Josiah Magoon came before me one of the Justices of the county 
of Rockingham & State of N Hampshire, & made oath that he is an 
inhabitant of Nottingham in the county aforesaid. 

Exeter 11 th August, 1786 Joseph Gilman 

Justice of the Peace 

State of N. H. Grafton ss. Warren July 27 th 1789 

Josiah Magoon Came before me one of the Justices of the peace 
for the County of Grafton in this state & made oath that he was 
examined by Joseph Gilman Esq r & D r Samuel Tenney Committee 
appointed by said state for that purpose obtained a Certificate — 
and that he now lives in the town of Warren & in the County 
aforesaid — Before me Joshua Copp Jus 1 Peace 



[8-137] [Noah Marsh, of Gilmonton.~\ 

To the Hon ble Council & House of Representatives in General 
Assembly Conveined 

Humbly shews 

Noah Marsh a Continental soldier in Cap* 
Caleb Robinsons Company, that on the 7 th Day of October Last in 
the Battle at still Water your Petitioner Receivd a Ball thro' His 
Hand by Reason of which he has Lost the Fore finger of his Right 
hand and all the other fingers on the same hand Rendered Useless 
Wherefore your Poor Petitioner Prayes your Honors would grant him 
such Reliff as to your Honors shall seem meet — 

Your Petitioner Beggs Leave to Signifie to your Honors that he 
has not Receivd any waiges, only up to the first of September Last, 

28 



410 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

of which he now stands in great Need as he is unable to help 

himself — 

Y r Petitioner in all Duty will Ever Pray &c r — 

Exeter 24 th Feb>' 1778 ' __ , his ^ 

^ " Noah X Marsh 

mark 

Test Sam 1 Gilman j r 

[8-138] 

State of New Hampshire 

This may certify that Noah Marsh served as a private soldier in 
the 2 nd New Hampshire Regiment — that he has produced sufficient 
evidence of his having received a wound in hand, in the service of the 
United States, by which one finger was removed and the others 
much injured — & that we judge him to be so far disabled thereby as 
to be entitled to a pension of fifteen shillings per month from March 
I st 1780 to July 31 st 1786 & to one of ten shillings per month in 
the future. Joseph Gilman ) j? 

Exeter 27 Sept r 1786 Josiah Gilman > 2. 

Sam. Tenney ) £ 

Noah Marsh Came before me one of the Justices of the County 
of Strafford in the state of New Hampshire and made oath that he 
is an Inhabitant of the town of Gilmantown in the County aforesaid 

Gilmantown October Attest Joseph Badger Justice Peace 

y e 24 th 1786 



[8-140] \Elcazer Martin, of RicJimond.} 

To The Honorabel General Court held at Exeter ; The humbel 
Petition of Eleazer Martin of Richmond in the State of New hamp- 
shier who was one of the Eight months men in the year 1777 and 
being Stationed at Tycon Taroga and when given up being Ordered 
to put my pack on board of a Skow which pack Consisting of one 
blancket one pair of Dear Skin Bridies one Shirt Two pair of Stock- 
ings which all wair Taken and by Several Retreats I Reached Still 
water and Their on the Nineteenth of September we had a Sore 
battel in which I was Wounded by a ball passing through my Right 
wrist Which has Disanabelled me from getting my Livilyhood 
and being a Poor man having a wife and Three Childring Sum 
Land ; but Littel Cultivated, and being wounded and Sent to the 
hospitabel My pack being put into a Waggon and Lost amongst the 
the Multitude Which Consisting of one good great Coat one blancket 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 41 I 

one Shirt Two pair of Stockings all which I had Taken up out of 
my Wages Sence I lost my first pack, and my Cost for Doctring my 
wrist Sience my Time was out is ,£5.14.0 

Gentelmen I Humbly Pray that you in you goodness Would give 
me Sum Releef, From y r most humbel Sevant and Petitioner 

mark 

Eleazer X Martin 

his 

Richmond State of New Hampshier May y e 2 Day A D 1778 

Keene May y e 2 d 1778 

This may Certify that the above Dicleration of Eleazer martin 
is just and trew as he belong d to my Campany — W m Ellis Cap 1 

[8-141] 

To The Honorable General Court held at Exeter In New Hamp- 
shier Gentlemen This may Certify that I attended upon the within 
mentioned Eleazer Martin wound Two month after his Return to 
Richmond during which Time there was abstracted from his wound 
five Peces of Bones which has Renerd his hand useless — 
my attendance & medisons is to Sume of Three Pound 

Royalston May 12; 1778 Stephen Batcheller Phitician 

To The Honorable General Court held at Exeter In New Hamp- 
shier Gentlemen These may Certify I attended upon the with in 
mentioned Elezer Martain about one month Visits and medisons 
Amounts to one Pound Ten shillings Ebenezr Swan Phitician 

Richmond May 12: 1778 

Swanzey May 16 th 1778 

This may Certify that Eleazer Martin the within Petitioner has 
been under my Inspection, in Respect to his wound & the Charge 
thereof amounts to the Sum of Thirty four Shillings — 

per C Frink Surgeon 

Cheshire ss May 16 th 1778 

The within Named Eleazer Martin appearing made Solemn Oath 
that the Inventory of his Losses as stated in this Petition is a Just 
and True Account, Before me Calvin Frink Just. Pacis 

[8-142] 

Camp White Plains September 6 th 1779 

This may Certify that Eliezer Martin of Richmond in the County 



412 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

of Cheshire was an inlisted soldier in Cap 1 Ellis Company the 3 d N 
Hampshire Battalion under my Command in the Year 1777 & that 
he received the wound by which he is now disabled, in the Battle 
of the 19 th September Last near Saratoga at Bemuss Heights. 

Alexd r Scammell Col° 

Exeter June 4 th 1783 Recei d of Eph m Robinson a Certificate for 
Fifty five pounds in full of my half Pay as an Invalid to June I st 
1783- 

his 

£$$.o. Eleazer X Martin 

mark 

Portsm Feb y 16 — 1786 — Reed of Joseph Pearson a Certificate 
in favor of Eleazer Martin for twenty six pounds in full for half 
pay from June I st 1783 to July 31 st 1785 inclusive 

Elisha Whitcomb 

Receivd of Joseph Pearson a Certificate in favor of Eleazer Martin 
for twelve pounds in full for half pay from 31 July 1785 to 31 July 
1786 Jonothan Gaskill 

State of New Hampshire, Exeter April 11 th 1788 

No. 54 — To John T. Gilman, Esq. Treasurer. 

Pursuant to an Act of Court of the 10th of January 1787, pay 
Eleazer Martin Twelve pounds in full for pay as an Invalid, from 
31 July 1786 to 31 July 1787: "Which Order the Treasurer is di- 
rected to receive in payment of any tax payable in certificates or 
facilities." 

By advice of Council. 

Received an order as expressed above, signed by the President, 
and countersigned by the Secretary. Elezer Martin 



[8-143] [John McCoy, of Barrington.'] 

To the Honorable the Senate & House of Representatives con- 
vened at Portsmouth in the State of New Hampshire 

Humbly shews John McCoy of Barrington in said State, that by 
reason of a shot received in his thi°:h, while in the service of the 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 413 

United States, he is rendered unable to obtain a comfortable liveli- 
hood & is driven to the necessity of imploring the aid of this Hon- 
orable body — 

Wherefore, your petitioner prays, that you in your Wisdom would 
direct means for his relief — And he as in duty bound will ever pray 

Febuary 9 th 1786 John McCoy 

[8-144] 

This may Certify whom it may Concern That John McCoy late 
a Marine on board the Continental Ship of War Raleigh under my 
Command was Wounded on board said Ship in an Action with the 
Brittish Sloop of War Druid Septem r 4 th 1777, and the said wound 
appears to us to be of such a Nature as to render him incapable 
of doing Duty in the service of the United States on Ship board & 
intitules him to the provision made by Congress in such Cases — he 
is therefore Discharg'd from the said Ship this 22 nd day of April 

I 77° Tho s Thompson 

[8-145] 

The within nam'd John McCoy appears to us to have enterd in to 
the Service of the united states by Land before Distribution of the 
prize money was made and therefore by Resolution of Congress he 
was not intiteld to any thing from the prize in Consequence of his 
wound as he then appeared Capable of geting his lively hood and 
Subsistance. Tho s Thompson 

Oc r 29 1778 

To whom it may Concern 

[8-143] 

This certifies that the Bearer John McCoy on the 4 th September 
1777 being then a Marine on Board the Continental Frigate Raleigh 
in the Service of the United States, in an Action of said Ship with 
the British Ship of war Druid, did receive a Wound in the right Os 
Ilium with a grape Shot, which being lodged within a bony Substance 
prevented its Extraction, and will forever render him unable to obtain 
a Lively hood — Attest Jn° Jackson Then Surgeon 

t, ., of the above Frigate — 

.Portsmouth & 

August 24 1785 Geo: Jerry Osborne — Cap 1 the Marines 

on B d s d Ship 



414 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-I46] 

State of New 1 

Hampshire j In the House of Representatives June 23 d 1779 

The Committee on Sick & wounded Soldiers &c Reported their 
Opinion that John McCoy a Marine on board the Continental Frig- 
ate Raleigh wounded in an Engagement between said Raleigh 
and the British Sloop of War Druid on the fourth day of Septem- 
ber 1777 is Entitled to half pay commencing the 22 d day of April 
1778 and to continue until further order of the General Court, and 
that he be entered on the Roll for that purpose which is Submitted 
by Josiah Bartlet for the Committee 

Which report being read & Considered, 

Voted that the same be received & Accepted 

Sent up for Concurrence John Langdon Sp k 

In Council the same day read and Concurred 

E Thompson Sc y 

[8-147] 

State of New \ 

Hampshire J In the House of Representatives Nov r 18 th 1779 

Voted, that the half pay of John McCoy a Pensioner on the List 
of Pensioners in this State, cease from the first clay of November 
Instant — 

Sent up for Concurrence — John Langdon Speaker 

In Council, the same day, Read & Concurrd 

E Thompson Sec y 

[8-147] 

Exeter June 30 11 1784 Received of Ephraim Robinson Seventeen 
pounds Eleven shillings in full of my half Pay to Nov m i 1 1779 when 
my half Pay ceased his 

John X McCoy 

-&17- 11 ' mark 

Exeter March 29, 1786. Then receivd of Joseph Pearson a Cer- 
tificate in full for half pay to July 31, 1785 amounting to Sixty nine 
pounds his 

r< John X McCoy 

.£69.0.0 mark J 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 415 

Reed of Joseph Pearson a Certificate for twelve pounds in full 
for pay as an Invalid from 31 July 1785 to 31 July 1786 — 

his 

Witness J Pearson John X McCoy 

mark 

Tin a petition dated June 17, 1779, McCoy represents himself as of 
Nottingham. See Vol. XIII., p. 109. — Ed.] 



[8-148] \Andrcw McGaffey, of Sandwich.."] 

State of New \ To the Hon ble the Council and House of Represen- 
Hamp e J tatives for said State in General Assembly conven'd 
at Concord Septemb r 1782 

Humbly shews, Andrew M c Gaffey of Sandwich in the County of 
Strafford and State aforesaid 
Gentlemen 

That your petitioner entered the service of the United States the 
22 d of April 1775, in which he continued until Nov 1 " 1778- — that from 
Nov r 1776 he was appointed, commissionated and served as first Lieu 1 
in Cap 1 M c Clary's Company in the third New Hamp Battalion — 
that in Nove m 1778 as afores d your petitioner receiv d a furlough 
from Gen 1 Poor for fifty days, and left Camp accordingly — but be- 
for his furlough expired, a wound which he received in his side, 
in the Action at Bunker's Hill, (that was not made perfectly sound,) 
broke open, as it had done several times before, (and continues until 
now,) which occasioned him to apply to Gen 1 Poor, who was then 
at Exeter, for a discharge — but Gen 1 Poor inform'd your petitioner, 
that it was not in his power to grant it, but that he would procure 
it for him when he return'd to Camp, and send it to him — in Con- 
sequence of which your petitioner, apply'd no further, and his va- 
cancy in the Army was accordingly supply'd by another — But a 
formal discharge he did not receive — yet Conceives that as his 
place is filled, it Amounts fully thereto — Wherefore your petitioner 
prays, that the depreciation of his Wages from the time it became 
due to the time his Vacancy was supplied as aforesaid, may be 
made up to him by a Vote of the Honorable Assembly and that 
as he is in a very considerable Measure incapable of supporting 
himself and family by his bodily Labour, he further prays, that he 
may be considered as one entitled to half pay and entered upon 
the Half pay list accordingly — 

And your petitioner as in duty bound will ever pray &c — 

Andrew McGaffey 



41 6 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-149] Exeter Jan? 23 d 1782 

these certify that L l Andrew McGaffey late of the 3 d New Hamp- 
shire Reg 1 of Continental Troops, was a Sarg 1 in my Company in 
the year 1775, & received a wound in his left side in the action 
at Bunkers hill, which fracterd his ribs, & was for several days 
thought mortal, but his wound was afterwards heal'd & he was 
appointed Lieu 1 in the 3 d New Hampshire Reg 1 & servd two Cam- 
paigns, in which time he was a considerable time unfit for duty by 
reason of the wound above mentioned having broke out anew, he 
has since left the service in the manner set forth in his Petition, 
& he is now considered as discharged from the service, altho he 
has not a regular discharge from the Commander in chief — 

H Dearborn U Col 
[8-148] 

this may Certify that Lieu 1 And w M c Gaffey now of Sandwich 
being a Serjeant in Cap 1 Henry Dearborns Comp'y Col Starkes 
Reg 1 in the year 1775 was wounded in the action of the 17 th of 
June with a Shot from a musket which Pass d the trunk of his 
body through the Coster & discharg d by the Vertibrae of the 
back was under my immediate Care for a number of months 

test O. Williams Reg 1 Surg" 

Dated at Epsom July ye 18 th 1782 — 

[8-150] 

" That Lt Andrew McGaffee be allowed one third part of his 
monthly pay to commence at the time his pay as an Officer in actual 
Service ceased & to continue during the pleasure of the General 
Court and that he be enrolled as an Invalid Pensioner accord- 
ingly"— 

Extract from a Vote of the General Court of the fourteenth of 
Sept 1782 Attest Joseph Pearson D Sec>' 

Exeter August 23 d 1784 Received of Eph m Robinson a Certifi- 
cate for Thirty Two pounds, in full of L l Andrew McGaffeys one 
third of Monthly Pay to November i 1 1783 
^32.0. Aaron Beede 

Exeter Nov r 29 th 1785. Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate 
in fav 1 " of L l A. McGaffey for twenty four pounds, in full for pay 
as an Invalid to July 31, 1785 — 
,£24.0.0 Neal McGaffey 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 417 

[8- 1 5 1 ] [A rchibald McMillan, of New Boston. ] 

State of New \ To the Hon ble the Council and House of Repre- 
Hampshire \ sentatives in General Assembly Conven'd at Exeter 
March 12 th 1777 — 

The Petition of Archibald McMillen of New Boston in the County 
of Hillsborough and State Aforsaid Weaver Humbly Sheweth 

That your Petitioner Inlisted as a Soldier in the Service of the 
United States of America in the Month of May 1775 in a Com- 
pany under the Command of Capt William Scott in a Regiment 
under the Command of John Stark Esq : 

That on the 17 th Day of June 1775 in the Battle with the British 
Troops at Bunkers Hill by a musquet Ball from the Enemy Lost 
the use of his Right hand, Whereby he is Deprived of gaining his 
Living by his Trade and is reduced to the Necessity of most 
Humbly Petitioning your Hon rs to grant him some Relief Agreeable 
to the Resolution of the Continental Congress — and your Petitioner 
as in Duty Bound will ever Pray Archibald McMillan 

Derryfield March 17 th 1777 

This may Certify that Archibald McMillan of New Boston & 
Peter Robertson of Amherst, Both of my Regiment were with me 
in Bunker Hill Battle, & were wounded, & knew them to behave 
very Courageous in that Action, beg the Hon ble Court would Con- 
sider of their Loss & make them some Consideration — 

John Stark Col° 
To the Hon ble Meseck Weare — President of the Council 

[8-152] Boston March 6th 1777. 

This may certify that Arch d McMullen late a Soldier in Cap 1 
Scott's Comp>' & Col Stark's Reg 1 raised in the State of New 
Hampshire, received a wound in the battle of Bunker Hill, by 
which he is partly deprived of the use of his right hand. 

John Homans Surgeon in 

the Continental Army 

Amherst Feb 28 th 1777 

These may Certify that M r Arch d M c Mullan of New Boston in 
the County of Hillsborough Rec d a Wound at the Battle of Bun- 



41 8 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

kerhill on the 17 th of June one thousand Seven hundred & Seventy- 
five by which he was much Disabled and I think thereby Intitled 
to the Allowance in Such Cases provided , for those who have been 
Sufferers in the Present Contest as Witness my Hand 

W m Scott Cap 1 

In the House of Representatives March 21 th 1777 — 

Voted That the report of the Committee on the Petitions of Peter 
Robertson & Archibald M c Millan be received & accepted which is as 
follows viz it is their opinion that the said Peter Robertson & Archi- 
bald M c Millan clearly come under the Resolves of the Hon ble Conti- 
nental Congress of the 26 11 of August last — That the said Peter 
Robertson is intiled to halfpay as a Soldier from the last day of 
December 1775 & the said Archibald M c Millan to the same from 
the last day of December 1776 & that the said committee are hum- 
bly of Opinion that the said M c Millan may be capable of doing- 
Garrison Duty in a Corps of Invalids & in Case he shall be called 
upon and refuse to do said Duty he will not be intitled to said 
Halfpay. 

Sent up for Concurrence 

John Dudley Spk 1 ' p r Tempore 

In Council the same day read & concurred 

E Thompson Secy 
[8-153] 

To His Excellency the President The Hon bl the Senate and House 
of Representatives Convened a Portsmouth Oct br 20 th 1784 — 

The Hum ble Petition of Archibald M c Mullen of New Boston in 
the State of New Hampshire sheweth : That your Petitioner was 
a serjeant in the service of the State aforesaid in the year 1775 
and at the Battle on Bunkers Hill Had the Misfortune to receive 
a wound in his right Hand which renders him unable to get aliv- 
ing by Labour : your Petitioner was put on the Role of Pensioners : 
and Did receive pay for Some time But by amisrepresentation of 
the Case & for reasons unknown to your Petitioner I was stroke 
off the Role : 

Wherefore your Petitioner prays the Hon ble Court to take his 
unhapy Case under your wise Consideration and grant him Such 
Relife as you in your Wisdom may see meet and as in Duty bound 
Shall pray 

Oct br 20 th 1784 Archibald M c Mullen 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 419 

' 4 pay from June ioth 1783 when discharge! the second time 
(in the Massachusetts service) till further Orders — 

State of New Hampshire Hillsborough 

Personally appeared before me Archibald M c Millan and made Oath 
that he is an Inhabitant of New Boston in Said County 

John Cochran J peace 
New Boston October ye 22 A D 1787 

[See Vol. XII., p. 653.] 



[ 8_I 55] [Daniel McMurphy, of Alexandria.'] 

State of ) To the Hon ble the Council & House of Rep- 

New Hampshire j resentatives in General Assembly convened at 
Exeter February 17 th 1778 — 

Humbly shews Daniel M c Murfey a Lieu 1 in Cap 1 Elliot's Com- 
pany in Col Hobarts Regiment in General Starks's Brigade in the 
service of this State last year, when your Petitioner had the mis- 
fortune to be shot thro' the Body by the Enemy at Bennington, 
that your Petitioner sent for a Man & Horse to bring him home 
to Alexandria in the County of Grafton, that your Petitioner has 
been put to great Expence for Physicians Nurses, Board and getting 
Home which he prays may be allowed him and your Petitioner as 

in Duty bound will ever pray &c. i-, • i r u 

' l J Daniel m c murphy 

Peterboro 11 th March 1778 — 
This Certifieth that the Bearer Lieu 1 Daniel MacMurphy of my 
Brigade was Wounded in the Battle of Bennington thereby Ren- 
dered unfit & Unable to get his subsistance your Honors by Grant- 
ing him Proper Relief will much oblige 

Your Humble servant 

John Stark B G 
To the Honble the Council & House of Representatives State 
of New Hampshire — 

[8-154] 

State of \ In Committee of Safety 

New Hamp r j Exeter July 29 th 1783 — 

To M r Ephraim Robinson Pay master of Invalids — 
Please to Certify to the Treasurer the Sum due on the Invalid 



420 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Roll to Lieu 1 Daniel M c Murphy that he may receive a Note for 
the Same he being in great want thereof — 

By order of Committee — 

Nath 1 Folsom Chairman 

State of New Hampshire. This may certify that Daniel M c - 
Murphee served as a Lieutenant in Stark's brigade of New Hamp- 
shire Militia — that he has produced a certificate of his having been 
disabled by a wound through his body received at Bennington in 
the Service of the United States — & that Ave judge him to be 
entitled to a pension of four pounds per month. 

Joseph Gilman ) ^ . 

Exeter 10 th August 1786. Samuel Tenney \ 

This May Certify that Lieu 1 Daniel M c Murphy is an inhabitant 
of the Town of Alexandria in the County of Grafton and State of 
New Hampshire 

New Chester August 4 th 1788 

Sworn to Before Carr Huse Just s Peace 

grafton ss . State of New Hampshire 

Alexandria July 29 th 1789 

Then L 1 Daniel M c Murphy Came Before me one of Justices of 
the peace for the County of grafton in this State and made oath 
that he was Examined by Joseph Gilman Esq r and Samuel Tenney 
two of the Committee appointed by Said State for that purpose, 
obtained a Certificate, and that he now lives in the Town of Alex- 
andria in Said County of grafton 

Sworn to Before Joshua Tolford Jus 1 Peace 



[8-156] [Hibbard Morrill, of Nort/nvood.] 

To the Honourable, the Councel and House of Representatives 
in General Court Assembled at Exeter October 28 th 1778 — 

the petition of Hiberd morrill of Northwood in the County of 
Rockingham in the State of New Hampshire Humbly Sheweth — 
that your pertitioner was a Soldier in Cap 1 Nathan Sanborns Com- 
peny in Co 1 Steephen Evens Redgement Who Joyned the Northen 
Contenentel armey at Stillwater and in the battle of the 7 th of 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 421 

October 1777 your petitioner Received a Wound by a ball passing 
through the trunk of His body whareby your petitioner underwent 
much pain with the Loss of much blood &c your petitioner was 
after three or four Days Removed Down to Albeny whare He 
Remained in Aspittle about four week and being Very week and 
unable to Help himself He Sent to Northwood about 170: miles 
for a man and Hors to Help him Home which was attended with 
much Cost [and Expence : after about 21 Days your petitioner 
arived Home but by Reason of s d wound and the bons Repetedly 
Coming out of His back was Randered unable to Do any Labour 
towards his suport till about the 16 th of february following and your 
petitioner at the time of his being wounded as above seet forth 
Lost his Gun and powder Horn and Cateregbox and Hat — your 
petitioner tharefore Humbely prays your Honours to tak His Case 
under your wise Consideration and grant Him such alowence for 
the Loss of His time and Extraodenary Charges and the Loss of 
His gun as you in your great wisdom shall see fit and your peti- 
tioner as in duty bound shall Ever pray 

Northwood octob r 27: 1778 Hiberd X morril 

mark 

Rockingham ss . John taylor Gillman Paymaster to the wounded 

Soldiers si r please to pay the barer hearpf one years Half pay 

which is alowed to me by the Counsel and Assembly — and you 

will oblig yours to Serve T , . .„ 

J Hebert morill 

Northwood Novem r 30: 1778 



[ 8_I 57] {Joseph Morrill, Jr., of Nottingham.} 

State of New Hampshire — To the honourable Council and House 
of Representatives of s d State, Convened at Exeter — August 19 th 

1778 — 

The Petition of Joseph Morrill of Nottingham in s d State humbly 
shews — That in the year 1776 your petitioner was a soldier in the 
Army of the United States under the Command of General Sul- 
livan — That on the retreat from Canada he took the small Pox, 
& had it to a violent degree, which deprived him of his eye sight for 
a considerable time — that your petitioner afterwards with great 
difficulty and cost got home, but has not recovered his sight so as 
to be able to engage in any business whereby he can earn a live- 



422 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

lihood — Now your Petitioner requests that your honors would take 
the matter under y r consideration & allow his ace* herewith exhib- 
ited, and grant him such other allowance for his misfortune above- 
mentioned as you in your Wisdom shall think fit — & y 1 ' Petitioner 
as in duty bound will ever pray &c. Joseph Mon _ m Jun 

[Aug. 20, 1778, the legislature allowed him ,£11.11.2 for the 
account mentioned, and directed that he be allowed half-pay from 
Jan. 1, 1777, until further order. — Ed.] 



[8-158] Exeter 22 d April 1778 — 

This Certifyeth that Joseph Morrill served as a Soldier in my 
Regiment the year 1776 but by Reason of the Small Pox has ever 
since been blind & unable te Get his subsistance I do hereby Ear- 
nestly Recommend him to your Linity — John Stark 

To the Honble the Council & House of Representatives N. Hamp- 
shire — 

[8-159] Exeter Aug 23 d 1785 

Please to certify to the President what shall appear to be due to 
me as an Invalid pensioner and would intreat you to obtain an order 
on the Treasurer therefor signed by His Excellency the President 

Joseph Morrill 
To Joseph Pearson Pay Master 

[8-158] Exeter Sept 3 d 1785 

There appears to be due to Joseph Morrill seventy four pounds in 
full for half pay from 1 June 1779 to 31 July 1785 inclusively — 

^74.0.0 Joseph Pearson Pay M r 

[8-160] State of New Hampshire — Strafford ss. — 

Gilmantown October y e 12 th 1786 — Joseph Morrill came before 
me one of the Justices of the County of Strafford in the State of 
New hampshire and made oath that he is an Inhabitant of a Place 
Called New Durham Gore in the County aforesaid — 

Attest Joseph Badger Justice of Peace 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 423 

[8-159] 

State of New Hampshire — 

This certifies that Joseph Morrill served as a private soldier in Col° 
Stark's regiment in the year 1776 — that he has produced sufficient 
evidence of his having by means of the smallpox, entirely lost the 
sight of one eye, and so far that of the other as to be incapable of 
procuring a subsistence — & that we judge him to be entitled to a 
pension of twenty shillings per month 

Joseph Gilman ) r 
Exeter 15 th May 1787 Sam 1 Tenney \ uommittee 

[8-160] State of New Hampshire, — Rockingham ss. 

Joseph Morrill Come Before Me One of the Justices of the peace for 
the Countey of Rockingham and Made Oath that he is an Inhabitant 
In the Town of Chichester In the State and County aforesaid 

Attest Jonathan Leavitt Just. Peace 

Chichester August y e ith 1789 



[8-16 1 ] [William Nealy, of Exeter.'] 

The Bearer William Nealy Private in Col. Cilleys Reg 1 in Cap 1 
Morrels Company being wounded in the Eye and Unfit for Duty 
has a furlow for two months and has Leave to pass all Ferry s & 
Guards by order of the Gen 1 — 

General Hospital \ M Treat Phy Gen 

Albany Decern 1 ' 15, 1777/ 

This May Certify that the Bearer William Nealy a Private Soldier 
in Cap* Morrill's Company in the first New Hampshire Regiment 
Under my Command was wounded in his Face on the 7 th of Oct 1 ' 
1777 at Beemos's hights by a Shot from the Enemy 

Jo s Cilley Col° 



[8-162] [John Orr, of Bedford.] 

Derryfield 21' Feb y 1778 
To the Hon,ble the Councill & House of Representatives State of 
New Hampshire — 



424 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Gentlemen 

as it is the principle of gratefull minds to Redress the poor, 
& Needy, Especially, when in gratitude Called thereto, Wherefore tis 
to be Hoped, that Every Friend to America with Elacrity, will con- 
tribute to supply the wants of those Brave Spirited Gentlemen, who 
for the Benefit of their Fellow Creatures and the Salvation of their 
Country dis Resque their Lives in the Field of Battle — of whom is 
Lieu 1 John Orr of Bedford, who by his Influence Induced many to 
the Assistance of the American Cause, with whom he Ventured his 
Life in Defence of his Country — & Thro' the fate of Warr was 
Badly wounded in the Detachment under my Command, at the 
Battle of Bennington, & Ever since has been an object of pity, 
altho he Expended the greatest part of his Estate, with Doctors, 
wherefore I trust your Honours will grant him sufficient Restitution, 
adequate to his Loss, which he sustained hitherto, or may sustain, the 
doing of which will be an Encouragement to those Gentlemen who 
may have occation, to follow his Example hereafter — wishing for 
your Honors Compliance, I subscribe myself 
your Very Humble Servant, 

John Stark 

This may Certify that Lieu 4 John Orr of Cap 1 Samuel M c Connels 
Company of Coll : Stickneys Regiment & General Starks Brigade ; 
was wounded in the Left Thigh in an Engagement with the Enemy 
on the 16 th day of August 1777 near Bennington, which Wound 
proved to be Difficult & Dangerous insomuch that on the 20 th of 
September at which time we left him he was unfit to be removed to 
an Hospital ; for which cause he was left in the House of M r Leonard 
Robinson in Bennington under the care of A private Surgeon (viz 
Nathaniel Dickenson) 

Josiah Chase Surg" ) -,-, . , ^, t 

"k • 1 t> 4. 4. ror said Reg 4 

Daniel reterson mate \ ° 

[8-163] 

State of New \ 
Hampshire j Extract of a Vote passed July 4 th 1781 

"That the Officer appointed to pay the pensions to the Wounded 
Officers &c be directed to pay Lieu 1 Orr his half pay that is now due 
& what may hereafter be due in bills of the new Emission till further 
of the Gen 1 Assembly — 

Attest Joseph Pearson D Sec y 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 425 

Exeter August 17 th 1778 — 
sir pay what wages is due to me for half pay as a Wounded 
soldier agreable to Vote of Congress & the Vote of the Gen 1 As- 
sembly of the State of New Hampshire, Entitleing me thereto, to 
Matthew Patten Esqr & you will oblige y r Hum S 1 , j j in Q rr 

To M r John T Gilman 

Exeter October 2 d 1782 Rece d of Eph m Robinson a Certifycate 
for One hundred Ten pounds thirteen shillings & four pence which 
is in full of half Pay due to me a wounded officer of this State to 
September 27 th 1782 — 

J£i 1 0.13.4 John Orr 

To The Hon ble John Taylor Gilman Esq 1- Receiv r Gen 1 sir Please 
to pay Joseph Pearson Esq r what may appear due to me as a Wounded 
Officer and you will oblige Your H ble serv* 

Bedford October 14 th 1785 John Orr 

[8-164] Concord Oct 25 th 1785 

This certifies that there appears to be due to Lt John Orr twenty 
eight pounds thirteen shillings in full for half pay from Dec r 27 th 
1784 to July 31 st 1785 — Joseph Pearson Regs tr Inv d 

State of New Hampshire. This may certify that John Orr served 
as a Lieutenant in Col. Stickneys regiment of militia raised by said 
state in the year 1777 — that in the action at Bennington under Gen 1 
Stark he received a ball thro' his left thigh, which shattered the bone 
in such a manner as that the wound cannot be healed — & that he is 
thereby so far disabled as to be entitled in our opinions, to a pension 
of three pounds per month. Josiah Gilman j un , , Committee 

Exeter 13, Sepf 1786. Samuel Tenney ) 

[8-165] 

State of New Hampshire. Lieut. John Orr came before me, one 
of the Justices of the Peace for the County of Hillsborough in this 
State, and made Oath, that he was examined by Josiah Gilman and 
Samuel Tenney appointed by said State for that purpose, obtained a 
Certificate, and that he now lives in the Town of Bedford in County 
and State aforesaid — 

Given under my hand this 18 th day of August 1788 

Math w Patten justice peace 

[See Vol. XL, p. 183.] 

29 



426 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-166] [Nehemiah Pierce, of Westmoreland.] 

These may Certify to whome it may Concern that Nehemiah pirce 
Inlisted under Cap 1 Levi Spaulding of Col James Reeds Reg 1 in 
January 1 yj6 of whom I was then a L 1 and s d Nehemiah pirce Served 
as a Soldier in s d Company till the 20 th of October following when 
s d pirce left the Reg 1 Being Sick and unfit for duty 

George Aldrich Cap 1 

This may Certify the Honourable Court that the above Named 
Nehemiah Peirce your Petitioner Returned from Mount Independ- 
ance with his Face much swell d and was afflicted with the Dissen- 
teary and Piles his face was so swel d as to be blind with booth Eyes 
at some times and not long after he was seized with an ulcer on his 
Cheek which in about three Days Eat a hole through it almost the 
bigness of a Spanish Doller and the Jaw bone being made bare 
Exsoliated and healed but he is much disfigured. During his sick- 
ness his life was despared of by many, and that he Lived During his 
sickness at Benjamin Peirces 

Westmoreland March 13: 1779 Heber Miller Surg n 

State of New \ 
Hampshire j In the House of Representatives April 3 d 1779 

The Committee on Petition of Sick & wounded soldiers &c reported 
their opinion that Nehemiah Peirce is intitled to half pay to com- 
mence January I st 1777 & to continue until January I st 1780 and that 
he be enrolled accordingly which is submitted by 

Nich s Gilman for y e Com e 

Which report being read and Considered — 
Voted that the same be received and accepted 

Sent up for concurrence John Langdon Spe 1 ^ 

In Council the Same day read and Concurred 

E Thompson Sec y 
Copy Examin'd by E Thompson Sec y 

Westmoreland December 13 th 1779 

Sir Plese to Pay Cap 1 Joseph Burt the mony that is Due to me 
as a half Pay Solder and you will oblige me your 
Humbel Serv 1 

Nehemiah Pirce 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 427 

[8-167] 

State of New Hampshire. This certifies that Nehemiah Peirce 
served as a private in the 2 nd Regim 1 of said State — that he has 
produced sufficient evidence that while in the service of the United 
States he lost his health so far as to be unable to procure a living & 
that we judge him to be entitled on account thereof to a pension of 
twenty shillings per month, from 31 st July 1786. 

Joseph Gilman 

Exeter 15 th June 1787. Sam 1 Tenney 

State of New Hampshire ss. At Concord June 16 th 1787 Nehe- 
miah Peirce came before me, one of the Justices assign'd to keep the 
peace throughout the said State, and made Oath that he is an Inhab- 
itant of the Town of Westmoreland in y e County of Cheshire and 
State aforesaid — 

Attest — Nath 1 Peabody Ju s Pacis — 

Pro tot. R. P. — 

To the treasurer of the State of New Hampshire Sir please to 
pay to Ezra Peirce what is due to me as an invalead Solder up to the 
31 day of July last past and this order shall be your discharge from 
me for the Same as Witness my hand — 

Westmorland September y e 10th 1787 

Nehemiah Peirce 

[See Vol. XIII., p. 667.] 



[8-168] [Widow of Jabez Plummer.~\ 

The Com tee to Consider the Petitions of Wounded Soldiers &c 
beg leave to Report as their Opinion — That Anna Plumer be 
alow'd & paid Thirteen pounds Sixteen shillings, for the journey 
of a Man & Horse to Albany, to bring home, her Husband Jabez 
Plummer, who was a Soldier in Cap' Pages Company & Col° Drakes 
Reg', wounded in the Battle Near Still Water October 7 th 1777 all 
which is humbly Submitted — 

Nich s Gilman for the Committee 

A warrant was issued for above Sum on 

Nov 1 17 1778 Joseph Pearson D Sec y 



428 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-169] [Samuel Potter, of New Ipswich.'] 

To the Hon ble the General Court or House of Representatives, 
the Petition of Serj* Samuel Potter formerly of Col° Cilley s Regm 1 
but Last of the Invalid Regm 4 Humbly sheweth — 

That your Honours Petitioner entred in the service of his Country 
early in the year of 1777 for the Town of New Ipswich, and had the 
sad misfortune to gett wounded in the Battle of the 19 th of Sept r 
in the above year and was transferred to the Corps of Invalids, 
wherein I have Remained untill the 10 th of July 1783, some time 
after the Declarition of the Preliminary Articles of Peace, and now 
being Discharged upon the Resolution of Congress allowing to all 
Invalids Thirty shillings per month who ware wounded in the ser- 
vice after being inspected by a Board of Field officers in Conjunc- 
tion with the Gen 1 Docters of the Armey, who examined me 
wherein they allowed me the Benefitt of s d Resolve Bearing Date 
23 d of Apr 1 1782, which induces your Honours Petitioner to beg 
your Honours interposition in informing Me in what manner or 
way I am to Be paid, and your Honours Petitioner as in Duty 
Bound shall ever Pray 

Samuel Potter Serj 1 

[8-170] 

Exeter August 13 th 1784 Received of Eph m Robinson Seven 
pounds sixteen shillings in a Certificate in full of my pay as a 
Pensioner to Augs 1 10 th 1784 agreeable to Vote of Court — 

£j.\6. Sam 1 Potter 

Concord, Oct 28 th 1785 This Certifies that there appears to be 
due to Samuel Potter Seven pounds in full for pay as an Invalid 
to the 31 st July 1785 — 

,£7.0.0 Joseph Pearson Reg tr Inv d 

Concord Oct 28 th 1785 Then Reed of Joseph Pearson a Cer- 
tificate for Seven pounds in full for pay as an Invalid to 31 July 
1785 

£7.0.0 Sam 1 Potter 



[8-1 71] [Josiah Powers, of Westmoreland.] 

To the Honourable The Senate and house of Representatives, 
within and for the State of New Hampshire : Comes Josiah Powers 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 429 

of Westmoreland, and Prayeth that Whereas your petitioner in the 
Late war, Several Times Inlisted into the service of the state of 
New Hampshire and always performed duty agreeable to the best of 
his abilities ; and that dureing the term of your petitioners last inlist- 
ment in the S d Service which was for three years your petitioner 
through great hard ships in Battle &c — and particularly in the 
Retreat from Ticonderoga and battles at Stillwater — your petitioner 
was taken Sick and Continued some time in the Hospital and it not 
being thought likely that your petitioner would soon if Ever be fit 
for Service, obtained a permit to return home — at which time your 
petitioner was verry sick tho Considerably Recovered from a fever — 
and that in Consiquence of the same had Sores upon both his leggs, 
which have Continued to this time which has rendered your peti- 
tioner all most intirely unable to earn bread for himself and much 
less for his family, who are under distressing Circumstances — all 
which your petitioner humbly Submiteth to your Honourable body 
and prayeth that he might have such Relief granted to him as is 
Consistant with the Rules and principals of Justice 

February 8 th 1786 — Josiah Powers 

Exeter Sept 15 — 1786 Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate 
in favor of Josiah Powers for Seventy nine pounds in full for half 
pay from 1 Jan y 1780 to 31 July 1786. 

^79 — Sam 1 Works 



[8-172] [Pierce Powers, of Rochester.'] 

State of New ) To the Hon ble the Senate & House of Representa- 
Hampshire \ fives in General Court convened at Portsmouth Jan- 
uary 1788. 

Humbly Shews Richard Furber of Rochester and Mary his Wife — 
That on the 24 th day of April 1778 Pierce Powers late of said Roch- 
ester Mariner, husband then to the said Mary in an Action in that 
happened in S 4 Georges Channel between the Continental Sloop 
of War Ranger, and the British Sloop of War called the Drake 
the said Powers was deprived of his Right arm, & thereby deprived 
of the means of procuring subsistence either for himself or family — 
that he suffered great pain & was put to great cost — during the 
remainder of his Life — for which no allowance was ever made him 
by this or the United States — 

Wherefore your Petitioners most humbly pray that this honorable 
Court would take into their consideration the Case & as he chear- 



430 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

fully submitted to the loss of blood & usefulness in the service of his 
Country that they would be pleased to make her such allowance as 
humanity may urge & as a sacred regard to Justice may dictate — 
And your Petitioners as in duty bound shall ever pray. 

Richard Furber for him 
Rochester Jan* 30 th 1788 Self & Wife 

[8-173] 

State of New \ 
Hampshire j In the House of Representatives Feb y 7 th 1788 — 

The Committee on the petition of Richard Furber and wife, 
reported, that they be allowed for Pierce Powers deceased late a mid- 
shipman on board the Continental ship of war Ranger agreeably 
to the Resolves of Congress & the law of this State from the 4 of 
April 1778 to the 9 th of June 1780 which is submitted by Joshua 
Wentworth for the Com tee 

Which report being read & considered, voted that it be received 
& accepted and that the paymaster of Invalids be directed to govern 
himself accordingly 

Sent up for Concurrence 

Tho s Bartlett Speaker 

In Senate the same day read & concurred 

J Pearson Sec y 

Le Ranger 
Hopital Royal De Brest. 

Billet De Sortie 
Le nomme Pierce Power 
natif de Boston Diocese de 
est entre a 1' Hopital Royal de Brest 
Le nuef may 1778 

Sorti le Vingthuit Julles 1778 

[Signature in French.] 

To whom it may concern 

This certifies That in an Action which hapened in St. George's 
Channel on the 24 th day of April 1778 between the continental Sloop 
of war Ranger commanded by J. P. Jones and the british Sloop of 
War Drake — Pierce Powars who was Midshipman at that time on 
board the Ranger, was deprived of His Right-Hand and part of the 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 43 1 

Arm while actually engaged in discharge of His Duty in the Ships 
Main-Top. — j 

The Subscriber further certifies that at that Time He was Surgeon 
of s d continental Sloop of War — 

Dover Jan y 25 1788 Ezra Green 



[8-175] [Thomas Pratt, of Hollis.] 

The Honorable, the Senate & House of Representatives for the 
State of New Hampshire 

Humbly sheweth, Thomas Pratt, of Holies in said State, that he 
engaged in the service of his Country at the beginning of the late 
War ; had the Misfortune to be wounded in his right Arm in the 
battle at Bunkerhill, being then a Soldier in Cap* Dows Company — 
that he continued in the Service of his Country untill June 1783 at 
which time he was honorably discharged — That by reason of the 
wound he received in his Arm, he is unable to Labour & work at his 
calling sufficient to Maintain himself & Family — Wherfore he begs 
leave to Present himself before your Honors, & humbly requests their 
favour in granting him such relief, as they in their Wisdom & good- 
ness shall think proper, & he as in duty bound prays — 

Holies June 6 th 1785 Thomas Pratt 

His Excellency the President, the Hon 1 Senate & House of Rep- 
resentatives, for the State of New Hampshire — 

This may certify that on the 17 th day of June 1775 Thomas Pratt 
a Soldier in my Company in the Battle at Bunker hill was wounded 
in his right Arm or Shoulder — 

Hollis June 7 th 1785 Reuben Dow Cap 1 

An Extract from a vote of Court in fav r of Tho s Pratt dated June 
14 th 1785 that the said Thomas Pratt be allowed & paid the sum of 
fifteen shillings L M y p r month to be computed beginning at the 
time when his whole pay as a Soldier ceased & to continue till fur- 
ther Order of the General Court, and that he be enrolled as an 

invalid Pensioner accordingly — A T , t, ^ ~ 

J Attest Joseph Pearson D Sec? 



[8-176] {Daniel Putnam, of Comis/i.] 

To the Hon ble Gen 1 Court of the State of New Hampshire to con- 
vene at Portsmouth on the First day of Feb y 1786 



432 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

The petition of Daniel Putnam of Cornish in the county of Chesh- 
ire and State aforesaid Hum bl y Sheweth 

That the said Putnam in the year 1776 engaged as a Soldier in 
Cap 1 Esterbrooks Compy Col Timothy Bedles Rig* and that your 
petitioner March'd with the Troops to Quebeck, where your peti- 
tioner was taken sick and had the Misfortune to loose all his Cloths 
(in the retreat from Canada) to the amount of fourteen pounds two 
shillings, and that your petitioner being left by the Troops, and no 
care taken of him, was lead to the expence of Sixteen pounds 
for Billiting and Doctering which sum your petitioner was obliged 
to pay 

Wherefore your petitioner prays your Honours to take his case 
under your wise consideration and grant him the s d sum with the 
Interest if you in your Wisdom shall think proper — And as in Duty 
bound shall ever pray - Danid Putnam 



[8-177] [Asa Putney, of Henniker.~] 

State of New Hamp r . To the hon bl Council & house of Repre- 
sentatives at Exeter Conven d . 

The petition of Asa Putney humbly Sheweth that your petitioner 
was a Soldier in Cap 1 Baileys Compainey in Colonel Stickneys 
Regm* and General Starks Brigade in the Bennington Expedition 
and your Petitionar had his Arm Break above his elbow in Battle at 
Loomscot on August ye 16 1777 by which your petitioner was ren- 
dered unfit for Duty or Labour untill the last of Feb? following by 
which reason your petitioner was at Considerable Expence and loss 
of time. Which Casus your petitioner to Request that your honours 
would take his Case into your Wise Consideration and grant him his 
Expences and what you in your wisdom Shall think proper for his 
loss of time and your petitionar as in Duty Bound Shall ever pray 

Heniker Dec r y e 1 I th 1778 Asa Putney 

This may Certify that Sarj 1 Asa Putney Belong d to my Regim 1 
when he receiv d his wound at the battle Near Bennington y e 16 
August 1777 

December y e 20 1 779 Tho s Stickney Col° 

The Committee on the Petition of Asa Putney a Serjeant in 
Cap 1 Baileys Company Col° Stickneys Regiment & General Starkes 
Brigade, who was wounded in the Battle near Bennington on the 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 433 

16 of augus 1777, is; agreable to a Resolution of Congress Intitled 
to Half pay, to Commence the 24 th day of September 1777 & to 
Continue until the 24 th day of Sep' 1779, and that he be Enrolled 
accordingly — 

which is Submitted — M Thornton for the Committee 



[General James Reed, of Fitzwilliam^\ 

State of New ) 

Hampshire \ To the hon. ble the Council & House of Represent- 
atives in Gen. 1 Assembly convened & now sitting at Concord in s d 
State. 

Humbly sheweth James Reed that altho it is his misfortune to be 
entirely deprived of his sight, he thinks himself very happy that he 
has an opportunity to address himself to this Hon ble Assembly. It 
is with the highest sense of Gratitude that he returns his thanks for 
the honors bestowed upon him by this State in the year 1775, in 
honoring him with a Commission to command a Regiment for the 
defence of the united Colonies — as also for all Resolves of this hon- 
orable Court in his behalf — And would beg leave at the same time 
to return his humble & hearty thanks to the hon. ble the Continental 
Congress for their distinguished marks of of honor bestowed on him 
by several Commissions — hoping that his Conduct during his service 
in some measure answered the trust reposed in him — as also for all 
the Resolves passed by the hon. ble Congress in his favor begging 
leave that his Commissions may be read — as also the Resolves & 
other papers concerning his affairs & that he may be permitted to 
present his Accounts, hoping they may be adjusted, agreeable to the 
Resolves of Congress. 

March 20, 1782. James Reed. 

[The original of the foregoing is not in the state archives. — Ed.] 



[8-178] [General Reed 's Petition, 1785.] 

To the Honourable the senate and House of Representatives con- 
vened at Portsmouth June 1785 

Humbly shews James Reed Esq r late a Brigadier General in the 
Continental Army that in consideration of his unfortunate Loss of 
sight in the service of his Country Congress granted a continuance 



434 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

of his pay & rations calculated the Amount due and requested this 
state to pay the same and charge it , to Account of the united states 
but notwithstanding repeated applications have been made he has 
not been able to obtain either That ; or the half pay due to him by 
resolves of Congress made in favor of the unfortunate sufferers in 
service of the united states your petitioner reduced almost, to the 
severest distress, with a Large family dependant on him for support 
— robbed of the means of subsistance incapable of pursuing any 
kind of business which might contribute to his & their relief and 
having nothing to console him but an expectation that the represent- 
atives of a free & generous people will not suffer a person who 
to obtain their freedom endured sufferings which have forever 
deprived him of the pleasure of viewing that Country which he helped 
to make free he takes the Liberty of Intreating your honors to take 
his melancholy situation into view & grant him such relief as your 
wisdom shall direct and your petitioner as in duty bound will pray 
Portsmouth June 10 th 1785 Benj n Sumner in 

behalf of the petitioner 

[The original of the foregoing petition is in the handwriting of 
General Sullivan. — Ed.] 

[8-179] Keene y e 15 th of Novemb r 1785 

To Whome it May Conserne 

This May Certefye that I the Subscriber Sum time In January 
1777 did Vissit Brigad r General James Read immediately on his Re- 
turn from y e armey to Fitswilliam & after his Long Confinement by 
Sickness in the new Sitty above Albany & found him Intirely 
deprived of his Eye Site & in a Very weak & Lo state as to 
helth & has Ever Since I Saw him after his Return ben intirely 
deprived of the Least Glimse of Light to this time & in my opinyon 

will Remain So till Death „. „ _ . , _,. 

I ho s r rink Physetion 

[8-180] 

Cheshire ss Nov r 30, 1786 General James Reed came before 
me one of the Justices of the County of Cheshire in the State of 
New Hampshire and made Oath that he is an Inhabitant of the 
Town of Keene in the County aforesaid. 

Attest Dan 1 Newcomb Justice Peace 

Keene 4 th Dec r 1786 
To the Hono e . Committee of Invalids agreeable to your Notifica- 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 435 

tion I have conformed to the oath therein Directed, Gentlemen as 
I have had an Opportunity of speaking with his Excellency the 
President of this State he Informed me that as I all ready have 
transmitted Cartificates from the Directer Gen 1 of the Hosepital, and 
Regimental Doctor and Other evidences of my Intire Disability 
whilst in the Service of my Contery ; both to Congress and the 
Gen 1 Cort of this State I had no occasion of any further Certifi- 
cate at this time than the the one Inclosed. 
I am Your Honor s humble Sarv 1 
attest Lockhart Willard James Reed 

[General Reed was a resident of Keene for a few years, occu- 
pying the confiscated estate of Doctor Pomeroy, which was leased 
to him by the state. See Vol. XL, pp. 672-675. — Ed.] 



[8-1 81] [Samuel Remick, of Goffstown.~\ 

To the Honourable the Council and Assembly of the State of 
New Hampshire in General Court assembled at Exeter the 11 th 
of Feb r 1778 

The Humble petition of Samuel Remick of Goffestown in the 
County of Hillsborough in said State Shews 

That your Petitioner was a Soldier in Cap* M c Connels company 
in Col° Stickneys Regiment at Bennington in the year 1777 And 
in the Battle there in August last He Received a wound through 
both his hipps By means of which he has Suffered much pain and 
has been at great Expence of Doctoring Nursing &c That he has 
had a number of pieces of Bones Extracted from his wound and 
has been wholy unable ever since to do any business And having 
no Estate he has been Dependant on his friends That without 
Releif from your Honours he knows not how to Repay his friends 
or support himself at present wherefore he prays your Honours to 
grant him such Releif as you in your wisdom shall think proper 
and your Petitioner as in Duty bound shall ever pray 

Goffestown Feb r 7 th 1778 Samuel Remick 

Reported on 23 pound one shilling cost to be paid & a pensioner 
on half pay till further order. 



[8-182] [Paris, or Perez, RicJiardson, of Aczvort/i.] 

By His Excellency General Washington, Esq., Commander in 
Chief of the Armies of the United States, &c. 



436 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Perez Richardson Soldier in the first Regiment of New Hamp- 
shire having been certifyed by a Board of Officers appointed for 
the Examination of the Invalids of the Army, as unfit for any 
further Duty either in the Field or Garrison, on account of a dis- 
located Shoulder which happened him in the Service — is hereby 
discharged from the Service of the United States ; and I do hereby 
certify that he is entitled to the Provision made by Congress in 
such Cases, by their Resolve of the Twenty-Third of April, 1782. 

Given under my Hand at Head-Quarters, New-burgh this third 
Day of November 1 782. G° Washington 

By His Excellency's Command, 

Jon a Trumbull Jun r Secretary. 
Registered in the Books of the Regiment. 
Albany Nov r 8 th 1782 

Stirling Adjutant 

*- ">■* Acworth December the 22 1783 

These May Certify that Mr Paris Richardson of Acworth Re- 
mains unable To Earn his Liveing by Reason of Lameness in his 
Shoulder which Hapen'd to him in the Continental Service 

David Taylor, Surgeon 

L 4J Charlestown Feb y 23 1784 

This May Certify all Whome it may Concern That Paris Rich- 
ardson, Late Soldier in Cap' Farwells Company, Remains unable 
to Earn his Liveing by Reason of Lameness in his Shoulder. 
Which Misfortune Hapen'd to him While in the Continental Ser- 

vice - David Taylor Sur n 

[8-184] 

This May Certify That M r Paris Richardson of acworth who 
Served a Soldier In The Continental Armey and Being Disabl d 
In s d Service still Remains unable To Earn His Living By Labour 
as Witness Our Hands — 

William Mitchell ) Select 
Acworth December 25 th 1783 Joseph Finlay > 

Jonathan Silsby ) 

[8-184] 

State of New Hampshire. Exeter April 7 th 1784. 
To M r Ephraim Robinson 

Pursuant to a Vote of Council and Assembly of the 28 th of Feb y 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 437 

1783 — you are to enroll Paris Richardson of Acworth as an In- 
valid Pensioner and to pay him Twenty shillings p r Month for 
the Term of one year from the time of his discharge he having 
been disabled in the Army— M Weare p res ident 

There is due to Paris Richardson Twelve pounds for half pay 
in full from November 3 d 1782 to Nov m 3 d 1783 agreeable to Vote 
of the General Court. 

;£i2. Eph m Robinson Pay Mast 

Acworth august ye 2 — 1 78 — 

To the paymaster of inveleds pleas to pay to John Duncan or 
bearer what is Du to me & you will Obledge yours to serve 

his 

Attest John willson peris X Richardson 

mark 
[8-182] 

State of New Hampshire. This certifies that Parris Richardson 
served as a private in the first Regiment of said State — that he 
has produced a discharge from the Army of the United States under 
the hand of the Commander in Chief, on account of a dislocated 
Shoulder acquired in Service, which certifies that he was entitled to 
the provision made by Congress for Invalids — & that we judge him 
to have a just claim to a pension of twenty shillings per month from 
the 3 rd of November 1783, the date of said discharge. 

Joseph Gilman ) Committee 

Exeter 30 th June, 1787. Sam 1 Tenney ) 

[8-184] Acworth Sep 1 ye 22 1787 

To the paymaster of Inveleds pleas to pay the full of my weages 
to John Duncan and this shall be a full discharge from me for the 
same 

his 

Attest William Clark Paris X Richardson 

mark 
[8-182] 

State of Newhampshire. Cheshire ss. 

Paris Richardson an Inverlid Personaly appeared Before me one 
of the Justices of the peace and made oath that he Now lives in 
Acworth and in the State & County above Menchend 

Acworth Dec mr y e 30 th AD 1788 

Daniel Grout Just peace 



43§ REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-185] \Stepheii Richardson, of Warner.'] 

By His Excellency General Washington, Esq ; Commander in Chief 

of the Army of the United States, &c. 

Stephen Richardson Soldier in the second Regiment of New 
Hampshire having been certifyed by a Board of Officers appointed 
for the Examination of the Invalids of the Army, as unfit for any 
further Duty either in the Field or Garrison, being deaf (contracted 
in service) is hereby discharged from the Service of the United 
States and I do hereby certify that he is entitled to the Provision 
made by Congress, in such Cases, by their Resolve of the Twenty- 
Third of April, 1782. 

Given under my Hand, at Head Quarters, New-burgh this Sixth 
Day of January — 1783 

G° Washington 
By His Excellency's Command, 
Ben Walker 

ADC 

Registered in the Books of the Regiment 

W. M. Bell Adjutant 

[8-185] 

State of N — ) To the Hon ble Senate and House of Representatives 
Hampshire \ in Gen 1 Court convened — 
The petition of the subscriber humbly sheweth that your peti- 
tioner was a soldier in the continental army — engaged during the 
war, but on the sixth day of Jan 1783, being deaf, received a dis- 
charge, certifying that he was entitled to the provision made by Con- 
gress in such cases, by their resolve of the 23 d of April 1782 — And 
your petitioner still continues deaf but has received nothing of the 
provision made in said act — Therefore humbly requests your Honors 
to grant him such relief as you in your wisdom shall think reasonable 
— And as in duty bound will pray — 

Stephen Richardson 
Concord Octo. 26, 1785 

[8-186] 

Hillsborough ss Holies 31 st august 1787 

Came before me the Subscriber one of the Justices of the peace 
for said County Stephen Richardson an Invalid and made Oath that 
he is an Inhabitant of Warner in said County 

Daniel Emerson Ju r Justice Peace 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 439 

To Joseph Pearsons Esq r Paymaster to the invaleds &c 

Pay Daniel Emerson Ju r Esq r all the Pention, which is or may be 
granted me, by the State of Newhampshire for the Years past & for 
the Year seventeen hundred & eighty seven ; & this with his Receipt, 
shall be a sufficient Discharge for the same. August y e 31 st A D 
1787— Stephen Richardson 

Test M Smith 

[8-187] 

New Hampshire . This certifies that Stephen Richardson served 
as a private Soldier in the second regiment of said State — that he 
has produced a discharge under the hand of the Commander in Chief 
of the late army of the United States, certifying that he was an 
invalid entitled to the provision made by Congress, in such cases, by 
their resolve of the 23 d of April 1782, & that we judge him to be 
entitled to a pension of twelve shillings per month commencing from 
July 31 st 1786. 

12/ per month. Sam 1 Tenney 

Exeter 6 th Oct r 1787 

[8-186] 

State of New Hampshire ) 

Hillsborough ss ) February 26th 1788 

Then Stephen Richardson an envalid Came before me one of the 
Justices of the Peace for the county of Hillsborough and made Oath 
that he was Examined by Joseph Gilman and Samuel Tenney two of 
the Committy appointed by said State for that purpose and obtained 
a Certificate and that he now lives in the Town of Warner in Said 
County 

Attest Daniel Emerson J r Jus 1 Pacis 

Joseph Person Esq r Paymaster pleas to pay Daniel Emerson J r 
Esq r what appears to be Due to me as an Invelead pentioner it being 
for value Reed and you will oblidge your humble Serv 1 

Hollis February y e 26 th 1788 Stephen Richardson 

Test Jonathan Eastman 



[8-187] [John Robbe, of Stoddard.'] 

State of New j To the Hon ble the general Assembly the humble 

Hampshire \ petition of John Robb of Stoddard in the County of 

Cheshire — humbly sheweth to the general Assembly — that on the 



44° REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

sixteenth Day of August 1777 he was wounded in the Battle at 
Bennington by Receiving a shot in the side of his head and by 
means of which wound your petitioner has ever since ben Disabled 
from Labour and procuring for himself the Common Necessaryes of 
Life — your petitioner therefore humbly prays that the Hon ble gen- 
eral Assembly would (in there Wisdom and goodness) Condesend to 
grant to your petitioner some small support whereby he may be able 
in some Respects to Live as a Disabled Soldier ought to Live — tho 
as the Times are hard your petitioner only Begs But for a small por- 
tion to be allow d him — and thus your humble petitioner — humbly 
prays that your Honours would Take his petition into Consideration 
and Do for him as you in your Wisdom shall see fit to Do for your 

poor Disabled subject T . „ . . 

J John Robb 

Bennington — Septem* I st 1777 — 

The Bearer hereof, Sergeant John Robb is permitted to be absent 
from Camp Seventeen Days being wounded in Battle the 16 th Aug 1 
last past — 

By order of Brig r Gen 1 Stark 

John Casey A. D. C 

[8-188] 

This May Certify that Sargent John Robbe of Gen 1 Stark's 
Brigade Col° Nichols's Reg mt & Cap 1 Parker's Company was wounded 
on y e 16 th august 1777 Near Binnington by a Shot from the Enemy 

Amherst y e Sep tr 1777 Moses Nichols Col 

[8-189] 

This may certify that Sergent John Robbe of Cap 1 Parker comp : 
and Col: Nichols Reig* in general Starks Brigade belonging to the 
state of New Hampshire on the Sixteenth of August A D 1777 near 
to Bennington in an Action with the enemy in defence of the united 
states Received a wound by an ounce ball passing through his 
shoulder and a buck shot into his ear which has rendered him inca- 
pable of Supporting himself in any way or manner much less a 
Large family the subscriber being at that time Surgeon to Col Nich- 
ols Reigment — 

Peterborough June 8 th 1782 John Young Surgeon 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 44I 

[8-188] 

State of New ) 
Hampshire j In the House of Representatives June 14 th 1782 
The Committee to Consider of the Petition of John Robb &c 
reported in part as their Opinion that the said Robb be allowed & 
paid the one third part of the monthly pay of a Sarjeant in the Con- 
tinental Army to be computed from the time of his Discharge from 
the Service to the present time including what ever Sum or Sums he 
may have already received and that he be entitled to receive one 
fourth part of his said monthly pay for the future till the further 
Order of the General Assembly and that he be properly enrolled as 
an Invalid Pensioner agreeable to the Resolves of the Hon ble Con- 
gress of the United States of America in such case made and pro- 
vided. Sign d Geo Frost for the Committee which report being read 
and considered . Voted that the same be received and accepted 

Sent up for Concurrence 

John Dudley Speaker P. T 

In Council June 15 th 1782 read & concurred 

J Pearson D Sec* 

[8-187*] 

Exeter November 23 d 1782 — There appears to be due to Serjeant 
John Robb Forty Two pounds five shillings & seven pence in full of 
his Pay as an Invalid to November 14 th 1782 — 

.£42.5.7 Eph m Robinson Pay Mas tr 

[8-187] 

There is due to Serjeant John Robbe Twenty three Pounds Two 
shillings & Eleven pence in full of one Quarter of his Monthly pay 
as an Invalid to April i* 1784 — 

£23.2.11 Eph m Robinson Pay Masf 

Reced an Order on the Treas r for the above sum 

Jacob Copland 

[8-190] Jan* y e 28 th 1778 — 

To the inhabitants of the Town of Stoddard Gen 4 I am (by Rea- 
son of the wound I Received in the Battle at Bennington on the 16 th 
of Augt. Last) Quite unable To suport my self and by no means fit 
to Enter the Corps of invaleids purposed by the Hon ble Congress — 
and as I was in the sarvis of this State when wounded — beg so 



442 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

much favour that you would att your next meeting Lay me att the 
feet of the general assembly of this State that they would be 
graciously pleased to Condesend to grant me some suport and 
you will greatly oblige a suffering Friend to america and your very 
humble saiV John Robbe 

Stoddard Febuary y e 2 d 1778 — 

the inhabitants of the Town of 1 Stoddard Taking the above request 
into Consideration — 

I th Voted and Resolved that Joseph Rounseval Esq r Representative 
for this Clas be Directed to Take the above Request Togather with 
an adress to the gen 1 assembley from B : general John Stark — and 
Lay them before the gen 1 assembley for their Consideration — 

2'y Voted that John Robb of this Town be Recommended to the 
gen 1 Cort as one who always hath been a warm friend to america and 
to y e Cause ever since the Dispute began and is an object worthy 
their Consideration — and is as we apprehend unable to Enter the 
Corps of invalaids purposed by the hon ble Congress and by his 
wound Quite unable to suport him Self — 

Isaac Temple ) Selectmen 
Silas Wright > of 

Joseph Dodge ) Stoddard 



[8-191] [Joseph Roberts, Jr., of Somersworth.~\ 

State of N. Hampshire. To the Hon ble Senate & House of Rep- 
resentatives for said State in General Assembly Convend at Concord 
Feb? 14 1785 — 

Humbly shews Joseph Roberts Jun r of Somersworth in the County 
of Stratford and State afores d Joiner, That your Petitioner on the 
16 th day of July A D 1779 being about Twenty one Years old, and 
inspired by ardent Love & Zeal for the defence of his much injured 
Native Country : entered on Board the Hampden then imployed in 
the Service of this State, in an Expedition against the Enemy at 
Penobscot upon which expedition your Petitioner proceeded and soon 
after arrived at Penobscot — That in an attack upon the Enemy your 
Petitioner most unfortunately by a shot from them lost one of his 
Arms. In consequence of which, upon his return, he was put into 
the Hospital at Boston and there confined Nine months ; your Peti- 
tioner conceives it would be Superflous to point out to persons of 
your Honor's descernment : and humanity, the Miseries inseparably 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 443 

attendant upon such a Misfortune ; to excite your pity or move your 
generosity to repair, as far as in your power the injury sustained, 
or at least, to place him above absolute want and Beggary, the 
natural consequence of his present unhappy condition : — 

Your Petif humbly submits his deplorable case to your Wisdom, 
while he Confides in your humanity and Generosity for Succor and 
relief. 

And your Petif as in duty bound will ever pray &c 

Joseph Roberts Jun r 

This may certify that Joseph Roberts Jun r of Somersworth in the 
State of New Hampshire being a Carpenter on Board the Ship 
Hampden at the Seige of Penobscot Lost one of his Arms & was 
under my particular Care on Board of s d Ship & taken by the 
Enemy 

Ivory Hovey 

Berwick Sep 4 29 th 1784 

Exeter May 17 th 1787 . Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate 
for Seventeen pounds six shillings & eight pence in full for half pay 
as an Invalid from 18 Feb y 1785 to 31 July 1786 — 

£17.6.8 Joseph Roberts Jun r 



[8-192] [Peter Robertson, of Amherst. ]\ 

State of New ) To the Hon ble the Council and House of Repre- 
Hampshire \ sentatives in General Assembly Conven'd at Exeter, 
March 12 th 1777 — 

The Petition of Peter Robertson of Amherst in the County of 
Hillsborough and State aforesaid Taylor. 

Humbly Sheweth, That Your Petitioner Inlisted as a Soldier in the 
Service of the United States of America in the Month of May 1775 
in a Company under the Command of Cap 1 Archelaus Town, in a 
Regiment under the Command of John Stark Esq. 

That on the 17 th Day of June 1775 in the Battle with the British 
Troops at Bunker Hill by a Cannon Ball from the Enemy Lost his 
Right Hand, whereby he is Deprived of gaining his Living by his 
Trade, and is reduced to the Necessity of Most Humbly Petitioning 
your Hon rs to grant him some Relief, Agreeable to the Resolution of 
the Continental Congress — And your Petitioner as in Duty Bound 
will ever Pray. — 

Peter Robertson 



444 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-193] 

I Archelaus Town Cap 1 of a Company in Col° John Starks Regi- 
ment Certify that on the 17 th Day of June A D 1775 Peter Rob- 
ertson a Soldier in my Company Lost his Right Hand in the Battle 
of Bunkers Hill by a Cannon shott from the Enemy whereby he is 
Disabled from gaining his Living and has received pay no further 
than the last of Dec r 1775 — 

Witness my Hand at Amherst this 8 th Day of March A D 1777. 

Archelus Town 

I Thomas Kittredge Physician and Surgeon of Col Fryes Regi- 
ment Hereby Certify That I Amputated & Dress'd Peter Robertson's 
(a Soldier Belonging to Col° Starks Regiment) Arm who Lost his 
Hand by a Cannon Ball at the Battle of Bunkers Hill on the 17 th 
Day of June A D 1775. And attended the same until it was finally 
cured — Witness my Hand this 8 th Day of March A D 1 yyy. 

Thomas Kittredge 

I Archelaus Town a Cap* in Col° John Starks Reg* at the Battle 
of Bunkers Hill on the 17 th of June A D 1775 Certify that Peter 
Robertson a Soldier in my Company Lost his Gun Value Six Dollars 
and a Coat Value Five Dollars, for which he has received no Com- 
pensation — 

8 th March 1777. Archelus Town 

[8-194] 

Rec d of Eph m Robinson a Certificate for Forty Six Pounds in full 
of half Pay due to me as a Wounded Soldier of this State up to the 
first day of Sep* 1782 — 

Exeter Sep 1 21 st 1782 Peter Robertson 

Exeter Octo r i6 h 1783 There is due to Peter Robertson Twelve 
Pounds for half Pay, in full from September first 1782 to Sep 1 I st 

1783 

,£ 12.0.0 Eph m Robinson Pay Mas* 

[8-195] 

Exeter October 16 th 1783. Received of Eph m Robinson a Certifi- 
cate for Twelve pounds for half pay in full to Sep* 1783 

;£ 12.0.0 Peter Robinson 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 445 

[8-I94] 

Portsm Feb y 8 th 1786 Reed of Joseph Pearson a Certificate in 
favor of Peter Robertson for twelve pounds in full for half pay from 
Sep 1 1, 1783 to Sept 1, 1784 — 

£\2 Rob 1 Means 

Exeter Sep 1 19 — 1786 Receivd of Joseph Pearson a Certificate 
for Twelve pounds in favor of Peter Robertson in full for pay as an 
Invalid to 31. July 1786 — 

,£12.0.0 Joseph Blanchard 

[See Vol. XL, p. 66.} 



[8-196] [Daniel Russell, of Rindge.~\ 

State of Newhampshire. To the great & Honourable Council & 
House of Representatives of said State Conven'd at Exeter 

The Petition of Daniel Russell Humbly Sheweth whereas your 
poor Petitioner, has in time past been able to undergo hardships and 
fatigues Inlisted into the Continental army March the 5 th 1777 and 
was Shot through the side of the Back while fighting with the 
Enemy near Still water September 19, 1777 Which Disabled him 
from fiting from Thence was Carried to Albany and about the 20 th 
of October Received a furlough and was Eleven Days in getting to 
Rindge in Great pain by Reason of his s d wound he Immediately put 
himself under the Care of Doctor John Young of Peterborough 
where he staid till March the 5 th 1778 then went under the Care 
of Doctor Jonas Prescott of Rindge where he staid till October fol- 
lowing then When he Recovered his health so he was able to Ride 
to Boston and the fifth of November took a furlough of the Hon- 
ourable Major General Gates and returned to Rindge And was in a 
prospect of Recovering his health, but his s d Wound not being inter- 
nally healed as the Bone was Fractured it again and was 
Necessitated to have it laid open Again he Soon put himself under 
the Care of Doctor Howe of Jaffery Where he staid till the first of 
august 1779 Which Cost him thirty pounds Besides bord and other 
Necessary Charges and not being able to Return to his Regiment 
Or any Corps of invalids went under the Care of Doctor Young of 
Peterborough again and Staid till the 13 th of October Which Cost 
forty pounds to the Doctor. When he Recoverd his Health so he 
was able to go to Boston and was found not fit for any kind of Duty 



446 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

and Rec'd a furlough for two Months and at the end of two months 
Rec'd a furlough The Same as a discharg till the time of his 
inlistment was Expired & Returned to Peterborough under the 
Care of Doctor Young And is utterly unable to Earn his own Sup- 
port and is reduced to low and miserable Condition of Life and must 
throw himself upon the Charity of the people unless some Releaf 
Can be granted he humbly beseeches therefore your honours to take 
his Case under your wise and human Consideration and grant him 
Such Releaf as you in your Wisdom Shall think needfull and he as 
in Duty bound Shall Ever pray 

Peterborough June the 2: 1780 Daniel Russell 

[8-198] 

State of New Hampshire. This certifies that Daniel Russell 
served as a private in the 2 nd Regim* of said State — that he has 
produced sufficient evidence that, while in the service of the United 
States in said regiment, he received a wound in the side, by which 
he is render'd incapable of pursuing his former occupation — & 
that we judge him to be on that account entitled to a pension of fif- 
teen shillings per month. 

o 

Exeter 30 th Dec r 1787 Joseph Gilman "I I 



Sam 1 Tenney 



3 



To the Hon : Joseph Persons Sec. for the Stat of New Hampshire 

Sir please to Deliver whatever orders are in your hands in favour 
of me to Nehemiah Rand Esq r and his Receipt shall be your Dis- 
charge for the same from me — 

Daniel Russell 

N. B one order was Given in favour of Esq r Saulding. I should 
be glad to have the Sum in three pound Order — 
Lyndeborough June 3 1788 — 

State of Newhampshire ) Lyndeborough January 22 1788 

Hillsborough ] 

I do hereby Certify that I Daniel Russell Inlisted into the Con- 
tinantal Armey for the town of Rindge sometime in April (or not 
far from that time) in the year 1777 under Lt James Crombie 
and was turned into Capt Blodgets Company and Colonel Hales 
Reg 1 and was wounded Sep 1 19, 1777 in the Battle at Stillwater 

Daniel Russell 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 447 

[8-200] 

Exeter Novem r 13 th 1782 Rec'd of Eph m Robinson Twenty Six 
pound by a Certifycate in full for half pay due to me to October 
20 th 1782— Dan i R USS ell 

Portsmouth 27 Dec 1786 

Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate in favor of Daniel 
Russell for sixteen pounds six shillings & eight pence in full for 
half pay from 20 March 1785 to 31 July 1786 — 

;£i6..6..8 Philip Putnam 

[Said Russell petitioned Oct. 30, 1778 (see Vol. XL, p. 326), upon 
which the following action was had. — Ed.] 

[8-201] 

State of New Hamp r . In the House of Representatives Nov. 3 
1778. — The Committee on the Petitions of wounded soldiers &c 
having considered the Petition of Daniel Russell of Rindge who 
was wounded at the Battle near Stillwater on the 19 th September 
1777, reported as their opinion that he be allowed and paid his 
Doctors bill, nursing &c amounting in the whole to .£42.13, lawful 
money — Signed Nich s Gilman for the Com ee which report being 
read & considered — Voted that the same be received & accepted, 
and that the' President give order accordingly. 

Sent up for Concurrence — John Langdon Speaker 

In Council the same day read & Concurred 

E Thompson Sec'y 



[8-202] \Capt. Nathan Sanborn, of Dccrficld.~\ 

Cap 1 Nathan Sanborn who was wounded in the Action at beemans 
heights in October 1777 by a Shot through his Arme has been 
lame ever since & was oblig d to be under the Care of a Surgeon 
after giting home Several Months before being able for any busi- 
ness : not like ever to be perfectly well the Shot going through 
the Deltoidal Muscles of the arme — 

Epping June y e 14 th *7*S- Mark How Surgeon 

This may Certify That Cap 1 Nathan Sandborn in Co 11 Evans 
Regiment at Bemus Heights near Stillwater on the 7 th Day of 



448 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

October 1777 Receiv d a musket ball from the Enemy which entered 
his Shoulder near his Brest and I Extracted it out under the blade. 

Levi Dearborn Surgeon 
North Hampton June 15 th 1785 

An Extract from a Vote of Court passed 16 July 1785 on the 
petition of Capt Nathan Sanborn. — 

That the said Nathan Sanborn be paid the sum of twenty shil- 
lings per month beginning at the time when his pay as an Officer 
ceased and to continue till further Order of the general Court and 
the same be charged to ye United States in pursuance of a Resolve 
of Congress of ye 26 th of Aug 4 1776 and that he be enrolld as an 
Invalid pensioner accordingly — 

Attest 1- Joseph Pearson D Sec y 

Exeter Aug 4 th 1785 There appears to be due to Capt Nathan 
Sanborn the sum of Ninety one pounds in full for pay as an In- 
valid to 15 th July 1785 at 20 s per month — 

^91.0.0 Joseph Pearson Pay M r 

Exeter Aug 4 th 1785 Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate 
for Ninety one pounds in full for pay as an Invalid to 15 th July 

1785 — 

Nathan Sanborn 

Exeter Sept 14 th 1786 Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate 
in favor of Capt Nathan Sanborn twelve pounds ten shillings in 
full for pay as an Invalid to 31 July 1786 — 

;£i2. 10.0 Moses Barnard 

[8-203] 

State of New J This may certify that Nathan Sanborn served as 

Hampshire ) a Captain in Colonel Evans's Regiment of Militia 

raised by said State — that he has produced evidence of his having 

received a wound in his arm at Saratoga while in the Service of 

the United States — & that we judge him disabled thereby in 

such a degree as to be entitled to a pension of twenty shillings 

per month. 

Tosiah Gilman Jun r ) ~ 
t- c tr -ozc c t Committee 

Exeter 14 Sep tr 1786 Sam. lenney ) 

Rockingham ss. Exeter September 14 th 1786 Nathan Sandborn 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 449 

Came before Me one of the Justices of the Peace for the County 
Rockingham in the State of Newhampshire and Made oath that 
he is an Inhabitant of the Town of Deerfield in the County 
aforesaid attest Th()S Bartlet j us t Peace 

[Petition printed in Vol. XL, p. 487. — Ed.] 



[8-204] \_Maj. Samuel Sherburne, Portsmouth.'] 

State of New ) In the House of Representatives June 16 th 1780 
Hampshire ) 
The Committee on Sick & Wounded Officers & Soldiers reported 
their Opinion that M r Samuel Sherburne a Brigade Major appointed 
by General Sullivan by reason of the loss of his Leg by a Cannon 
Shot from the Enemy in the Action on the 29 th day of August 
1778 on Rhode Island is by Resolve of Congress entitled to half 
pay which is Seven pounds ten shillings per month and that he 
be enrolled accordingly to commence the 11 th of October 1778 & 
to continue until further Order of the General Court, & that he 
be allowed the Sum of eight hundred & ninety pounds for his 
Doctors Bill — Which is submitted by M r Thornton for the Com tee 
which report being read & considered, Voted that it be received 
& accepted — 

Sent up for Concurrence John Langdon Speaker 

In Council June 16 th 1780 read & concurred 

ro -n E Thompson Sec y 

[8-205] 1 

Exeter Sep m 19 th 1783 Received of Eph m Robinson a Certifi- 
cate, for four hundred & forty Two pounds ten shillings, there being 
that sum due to me for half Pay as a Major, which is in full to 
Sept- the 11 th 1783. Sam i Sherburne 

,£442.10 

Portsmouth Sep 4 io tb 1785. Then received of Joseph Pearson a 
Certificate for Eighty pounds in full for half pay to July 31 st 1785 
inclusively 

p£8o.o.o Sam Sherburne jun 

[8-204] 

Ephraim Robertson Esq r 

Sir please to deliver M r H S Langdon your order on the 



450 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

treasurer for the am of my Last years half pay to the 19 th inst : 
on ace 1 

Your Obd 1 humble Serv 1 

Sam 1 Sherburne jr 
Portsm Sept 20 th 1784 

Exeter Sept 26 th 1786 Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate 
for Ninety pounds in full for half pay as Brigade Major from 31 
July 1785 to 31 July 1786 — 

,£90.0.0 per Sam Sherburne 

[8-206] 

State of New Hampshire. This certifies that Samuel Sherburne 
Esquire, served as Brigade Major to the Brigade of Volunteers of 
said State, that composed part of the Corps under the Command 
of Major General Sullivan in his expedition upon Rhode Island in 
the year 1778, that he has produced sufficient evidence that, while 
in the service of the United States on said Expedition, he lost 
one of his legs by a shot from the enemy — & that we judge him 
to be entitled to a pension of seven Pounds, ten shillings per 
month as an Invalid, commencing from the 31 st of July 1786. 

Exeter 18 th August, 1787. Joseph Gilman ) r 

am 1 1 enney ) 

State of New Hampshire, Rockingham ss Aug st 22 d 1786 — 
Samuel Sherburne jun r Esquire came before me one of the Justices 
of the peace in & for said County & made oath that he is an 
inhabitant of the town of Portsmouth in said County 

Attest Step" Marsh Jus Peace 

State of New Hampshire, Rockingham ss. Exeter Aug th 1788 — 
This day Samuel Sherburne Esq came before me one of the Jus- 
tices of the Peace for the County of Rockingham & made affirma- 
tion that he was examined by Joseph Gilman Esq & Doct r Sam 1 
Tenney two of the Committee appointed by said State for that 
purpose, obtained a Certificate and that he now lives in the Town 
of Portsmouth and in the County of Rockingham. 

Joseph Pearson Just e Pacis 

[Petition printed Vol. XIII., p. 291. — Ed.] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 451 

[8-207] \Richard Shenna?i, Portsmouth.'] 

Fort Washington 5 th May 1783 
This Certifys that Richard Sherman a Continental Solder on Re- 
turning from the Armey, was Ordered by the Hon 1 Committee of 
Safety to Do Duty at Fort Washington, and that he Theire Con- 
tinued untill he was Discharged the 5 th May 1783 — 

Titus Salter Cap* 

State of New Hampshire Rockingham ss 
Portsmouth Feb^ 16 1787 

Then Richard Sherman Came before me the Subscriber one of the 
Justices of the peace for the County aforesaid and Made Oath that 
he was Examined by Joseph and Josiah Gilman Esquires and by 
Doc r Samuel Tenney who are a Committee appointed by an Act 
of said State for Invalids and that he Obtained a Certificate of 
his disability and that he now lives in the Town of Portsmouth 
in said County 

Sworn to before George Gains Jus Peace 

[8-208] 

State of New Hampshire. This certifies that Rich d Sherman 
served as a private in Col Scammel's regiment — that he has pro- 
duced sufficient evidence that he was disabled, while in the service of 
the United States, by several wounds received in different actions, 
particularly by one thro' the chest of his body — & that we judge 
him to be entitled to a pension of fifteen shillings per month to com- 
mence from the fifth day of May 1783. 

Exeter, 4 th April, 1787. Joseph Gilman 1 Committee 

Sam 1 1 enney J 
[8-207] 

State of New Hamp r Rockingham ss April 4 th 1787 Richard 
Sherman a Person on the pension list of this State came before me 
one of the Justices of the County of Rockingham & made oath that 
he is an inhabitant of the town of Portsmouth in the County afore- 
said Attest W Parker Ju s Pac 

Exeter April 16 — 1787 Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate 
for twenty nine pounds two shillings & six pence in full for pay 
as an Invalid from 5 May 1783 to 31 July 1786 — 

Richard Sherman 

[See Vol. XIII., p. 293 —Ed.] 



452 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-209] [Mary, widow of Capt. Shortridgc, of Portsmouth.'] 

To The Hon ble the Senate and House of Representatives of the 
State of New Hampshire in General Court Convened June 3 d 
1785 — 

Humbly Shew, 

John Donaldson of Portsmouth in the County of 
Rockingham Marrenur and Mary his Wife who was the Widow of 
Richard Shortridge late of said Portsmouth Esq r deceased late a 
Captain in the New Hampshier line in the Continental Army that 
on the Eight Day of July A D 1776 he died in the Service of the 
United States leaving her his Widow and Eight Orphan Children 
in Indigent circumstances, That in Pursuance of a Resolve of Con- 
gress of the Twenty fourth of August A D 1780 — your Petitioners 
Apprehend She was Entitled to a Captains half pay during hir 
Widowhood and from their Entermarriage the said Orphans to the 
same until this time, they therefore Pray that it may be granted 
them Accordingly with the Intrest due thereon and as bound Shall 
Pray &c 

Portsmouth 8 th June 1785 John Donaldson 

Mary Donaldson 

[Certificate of Marriage.] 

M r . John Donaldson Resident at Portsmouth, and M rs Mary 
Shortridge of said Portsmouth, were joined in Marriage the ninth 
of July One thousand seven hundred and Eighty three by the Rev- 
erend Samuel Haven D. D. — 

a Copy from the Record Portsmouth 24 th June 1785 

John Evans Town Clerk 

[8-210] [Jo Jin Simpson, of Windham.] 

Exeter Gole December 2 d Day 1777 

This may Certyfi that the Barer hearof John Simson of Winham 
in the Stait of New Hampshire was a Solder in Co 11 John Starks 
Rigement and Cap 1 Elisha Woodberys Compeny and Received a 
Wound in his Hand by a Cannon Shoot the Seventh Day of June 
at the Battle at Bunkerhill 

Elisha Woodbery Cap 1 

N: B: the aforesaid John Simson Behaved lick a good Solder 
During the action — 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 453 

To the honourable the council & house of Representatives for 
the state of newhampshire &c &c — 

This may Certify that John simson of Captain Woodbery s Comp y 
Served in my Regiment the Campaign of 1775 and had the Misfor- 
tune to Lose a part of one of his hands in the action of Bunker hill 
and thinks he ought to have some allowance made him from the 
publick 

Given under my hand at Derryfield the 29 th day of January 1778 

John Stark B. g 

To the Honorable the Council and House of Representatives for 
the state of Newhampshire — 

This may Certify that the Bearer hereof John Simson of Windham 
had the Misfortune June the 17 th 1775 to Loose Two of his fingers 
& Part of his hand in the Battle on Bunkers Hill by a Shot from the 
Enemy & was attended for the same wound by 

Isaac Thorn Surgeon 

Windham 10 th March 1779 — 

[8-212] 

State of New Hampshire. This may certify that John Simpson 
served as a private in Col° Starks regiment raised in said State, in 
the year 1775 — that he has produced sufficient evidence of his hav- 
ing been disabled in the service of the United States by a wound in 
his left hand, which has deprived him of the use of it — & that we 
judge him to be entitled to a pension of twenty shillings per m° 

Josiah Gilman "I r 

Exeter 12 th Sepf 1786. Sam. Tenney / <- ommittee 

[8-21 1] 

Rockingham ss Exeter Sep tr 12 th 1786 

John Simson came before me one of the Justices of the Peace for 
Said County of Rockingham in the State of New Hampshire & made 
Oath that he is an inhabitant of the Town of Windham in the 
County afores d attest before James Betton Just. Peace 

An Extract from a vote of Court passed Oct° 26 1784 — 
That John Simpson is entiled to half pay from the time his first 
three years half pay ceased : And his pay be made up by the officer 
appointed for that purpose until further Orders of the General Court 
in the usual manner — Joseph Pearson D Sec y 

[See petition, etc. in Vol. XIII., p. 711. — Ed.] 



454 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-213] {Lieut. Thomas Simpson, New Hampton.'] 

Exeter April 20 th 1780 

these certify that Cap 1 L l Tho s Simpson late of the third New 
Hampshire Regiment receiv'd a shot in the right side of his belley 
in the action of the 7 th of Octob r 1777 at Beemuss Heights, which 
shot the surgeons could not extract & is still remaining in him 
much to his disadvantage as he saith — 

H. Dearborn U Col 

[8-214] 

State of New 1 In the House of Representatives April 25 th 1780 
Hampshire J 

The Committee on Sick & wounded officers &c Report as their 
opinion that Cap 1 Lieut Thomas Simpson of the third New Hamp- 
shire Battalion in the Continental Army by reason of the wound he 
received at Beamass heights on the 7 th day of October 1777 is at 
present rendered incapable of earning his Living and agreeable to 
Resolve of Congress is intitled to half pay to commence the 18 th 
day of July 1779 and to continue untill further Order of the Gen- 
eral Court & that he be enrolled accordingly — Signed M Thorn- 
ton for the Com tee Which Report being read and considered — 
Voted that it be received & accepted and that the President give 
order accordingly — 

Sent up for Concurrence — John Langdon Speaker 

In Council the same day Read & Concurrd 

J Pearson D Sec y 

[8-215] 

Rece d Exeter July 3 1* 1782 of Eph m Robinson a Certificate for 
One hundred & twenty four pounds twelve shillings being in full 
for the Ballance due to me as a half pay officer up to the 18 th 
day of July 1782 — 

.£124.12. Tho s Simpson 

September 21 st 1782 Ordered that U Thomas Simpson be struck 
off the half pay Roll of Invalid Pensioners — 

Extract from minutes of Com tee of Safety 

Attest Joseph Pearson D Sec y 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 455 

There is due to Lieu 1 Thomas Simpson Eight pounds five shil- 
lings & four pence for half pay in full to Sept m 21 st 1782 — 
,£8.5.4 Eph m Robinson Pay M r 

Exeter Feb>' 21' 1784 

Exeter Feb y 26 1784 Received of Eph m Robinson Eight pounds 
five shillings & four pence in full of half pay to Sep* 21 1782 
when I was ordered off the Roll — 

,£8.5.4 Tho s Simpson 

To the Hon ble the Senate and House of Representatives of New 
Hampshire in General Court Assembled Feb y y e 16 th 1785 — 

Humbly Shews Thomas [Simpson Late Capt Lieut of the Con- 
tinental Army That at the Battle of Bemis's Heights he Received 
a Musquet Ball in the Right Side of his Belly which Constrained 
him to Resign his Command in the Army — and Soon after he 
Returnd home he Petition d the Gen 1 Court for some alowance 
being unable to Procure a Livelyhood for him self and family by 
Reason of his wound the General Court took his Case under their 
wise Consideration and Enrold him as a Pentioner and some time 
after the Hon ble , Committee of Safety through Miss information 
struck him of the Roll Therefore your Petitioner Humbly prays 
that your Hon rs would take his Case under your wise Considera- 
tion and make such provision for him as in your wisdom shall 
think proper For which favour granted as in Duty Bound shall 

Ever P ra y Tho s Simpson 

[8-216] 

An Extract from a Vote of Court (passed 19 Feb y 1785) on the 
petition of Thomas Simpson — 

That the said Thomas Simpson be allowed one quarter part of 
his Wages from the time of his being struck off the pension list 
to the present day — in full — 

Attest Joseph Pearson D Sec y 

[8-217] 

State of New \ To the Hon ble the Senate and House of Repre- 
Hampshire j sentatives in General Court convened at Portsmouth 
on the third Wednesday of December 1786 — 

Humbly Shews Thomas Simpson late Cap 1 Lieu 1 in the third 
Regiment of said state in the army of the United States, that on 



456 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

the fourth day of April 1777 — he was mustering his men, then 
inlisted by him, before Jonathan Child Esq r at Lyme, by special 
order from the Committee of Safety, and there being no public 
Innoculating Hospital for the small pox — your Petitioner took it 
the natural way, & suffered the irreparable loss of one of his 
eyes — That afterwards your petitioner being anxious to serve his 
Country, took his Command & join'd the army — that on the 
seventh day of October in the same year in the Action at Bemus's 
Heights, he received a musquet ball on the right side of his Belly, 
which ball he carries in him to this day — after which he retired 
upon furlow for a season, at the expiration of which, he rejoined 
his Regiment — that in February 1778, your petitioner received 
another dangerous wound in his leg, which occasioned Col° Dear- 
born, then commanding General Poors Brigade to furlow your 
Petitioner for a certain time at the expiration of which he found 
himself incapable to join the army, & afterwards the petitioner 
wrote for a discharge, which was granted by his Excellency Pres- 
ident Sullivan, then a Major-General in the Army of the United 
States, afterwards the Petitioner prayed the Hon bl General Court 
for Half pay which was granted immediately — but afterwards by 
some misunderstanding, the Committee informed your Petitioner 
that he was struck off the Pay Roll — and as your Honors will 
never remain unconcern'd spectators, of the wants, sufferings & 
Scars of the worn out soldier he therefore prays your Honors to 
take his case into your wise consideration — and Reinstate him in 
his scanty pittance of Half Pay or make him such considerations, 
as may serve to alleviate his sufferings — administer to his wants 

— and compensate his toils — that he may have occasion to express 
in strains of Gratitude the liberality of that Country, in whose 
service he has spent the best of his days — and in whose defence 
he has more than once shed, chearfully — the crimson fluid of Life 

— and your Petitioner as in duty bound will ever pray. 

Thomas Simpson 
[8-218] 

The Comittee on the Petitions of Sick & wounded Officers and 
Soldiers having considered the within Petition of Thomas Simpson 
a Wounded Officer late belonging to the Regiment of the New 
Hampshire line beg leave to Report that the said Thomas Simp- 
son have and receive one half of his Monthly pay to commence 
at the time he was struck off the rolls of Pensioners & that he 
be enrolled as an Invalid Pensioner accordingly which is submitted 

p r M Thornton for the Com tee 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 457 

[8-221] 

The Deposition of Captain Samuel Kelley of lawful Age — Tes- 
tifieth and say that your Deponant is a . near Neighbor to Lieut 
Thomas Simson and I often heard him Complain of the wound he 
received in the War and the great pain he under goes night & 
Day by reason of said wound which makes him incapable of Labour 
and your Deponant has great reason to believe him by his often 
being in great pain which I have seen him in & further saith not — 

Sam 1 Kelley 

Strafford ss. November 25 th 1786 . Then the above Named 
Captain Samuel Kelley personally appeared after been carefully 
examined and duly cautioned to declare the whole Truth and made 
Solemn Oath to the of the above Deposition by him Subscribed 
before me Hercules Mooney Jus 1 Peace 

[8-222] 

New Hampshire. This may certify that Thomas Simson served 
as a Captain Lieutenant in Col Scammel's regiment — that he 
has produced sufficient evidence that while in the service of the 
United States he received a wound by a ball which is still lodged 
in his body — that it appears by the testimony of several of his 
neigbors on oath that he is rendered an Invalid by said wound — 
& that we judge him to be entitled to a pension of forty shillings 
per month, to commence from this day 

Joseph Gilman 

State of New Hampshire Strafford ss. Sanbornton Nov r y e 12 th 1788 
Thomas Simpson came before me one of the Justies of the 
peace for the County aforesaid in the State of New Hampshire 
& Made oath that he is an inhabitent of the Town of New Hamp- 
ton in Said County and that he has been Examind by the Com- 
mittee on Invalids & obtained a Certifycate accordingly 

Attest Dan 1 Sanborn Justice Peace 

New Hampton August ye 7 th 1787 
Hon r Sir 

Please to pay or Issue an order on the Treas r For the whole 
of the money Due to me for my Pention To Lieut George Leighton 
and in So Doing you will Much oblige your very Hum bl Serv 1 

Tho s Simpson 
To the Hon ble Joseph Pearson Esq r 

31 



45§ REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-223] [A r oa/i Sinclair, of Canterbury^ 

The Deposition of Thomas Moore of Lawful age, Testifieth an 
Saith, that he has lived in the House with Noah Sinclear of Can- 
terbury upwards of three years last past, and that he has often times 
heard Said Sinclear complain of his Rist being trubelsom that 
wase Shot — when he wase in the Armey, failing him very much 
when he wase about his work further Saith not your Deponant — 

Thomas Moore 



Rockingham ss , 

Canterbury June y e 12 th 1786 — 

Thene the above named Thomas Moore Personally appearing 
and after due Caution and careful Examination made Solemn Oath 
to the truth and Impartiality of the above Deposition by him Sub- 
scribed — 

before Archelaus Moore Jus: of Peace 

This may Certify the Hon ble Members of the General Court that 
Noah Sinkler has received a wound in his wrist by a Ball and 
both bones fractured by which accident he has been rendered inca- 
pable of Supporting himself and family by daily labour to the 
great damage and loss of said Sinkler This accident happened 
unto him in the year 1776 the 14 th day of June As Witness my 
hand this 17 th Day of March 1786 — Josiah Chase Surgn 

Canterbury 

This May Certify that Noah Sinclear a Soldier, in the American 
Army, in the year 1 776 — Was badly Wounded, in the Arm, in 
June 1776 — when the Army, was encamp d at S 4 Johns — Said 
Sinklear, was a Soldier in Col Starks Reg 4 Cap 1 Morrill s Com- 
pany, I being then a Lieu 4 in the Same Company. 

Epsom 19 th June 1786 Mich 1 M c Clary 

[8-224] 

Rockingham ss. Exeter September 4th 1786 

Caine before me the subscriber one of the Justices of the Peace 
for the said County of Rockingham, Noah Sinkler an Invalid — 
and made Solemn Oath that he is an Inhabitant of the Town of 
Canterbury in said County — 

Joseph Gilman Justice of the Peace 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 459 

Exeter Sept 4 th 1786. Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate 
for fifty eight pounds ten shillings in full for pay as an Invalid 
to 31 July 1786 — 

.£58.0.0 Noah Sinclair 

[8-225] 

State of New Hampshire. This may certify that Noah Sinkler 
served as a Drummer in the 2 nd Regiment of said State — that 
he has produced certificates of his having been disabled by a wound 
in his left arm received at S l Johns, in the service of the United 
States — & that we judge him to be entitled to a pension of fif- 
teen shillings per month. n 

Josiah Gilman Jun r 

Exeter, 4 th Sept r 1786. Sam. Tenney 

Rockingham ss. 4 th March 1789. 

Came before me the subscriber, Noah Sinclear & made solemn 
Oath that he was an inhabitant of the Town of Canterbury in the 
County of Rockingham & State of New Hampshire — 

Mich 1 M c Clary J. P. 

[See Vol. XI. p. 273. — Ed.] 



[8-226] [Aaron Smith, of Chesterfield.'] 

To The Hon able The Council and house of Representatives for 
the State of New Hampshire in General Court Assembled and 
Convend at Exeter A:D 1779. 

The Petition of Aaron Smith and others subscribers Humbly 
Sheweth : that from a zeal for the rights Liberties and Previliges of 
our bleeding Country invaded by the Cruel and Oppressive Power of 
great Britton we your Hon s Humble Petitioners did Chearfully and 
volentarily inlest into the service of our oppressed Country under 
the Command of Co 11 Timothy Beddell, was ordered to the Seadars 
[Ceders] in Canada where under the Command of Major Butterfield 
we were all Captiveated and striped by the savages of all we had and 
were Left in a great measure naked where we underwent almost in 
Credible hard : ship suffering Both hunger and Cold : our spirit sup- 
ported as it were only by a hope and Belivef that if we Could sur- 
mount our hardships so as to be able to return home again our 
Country would make us ample reward for all our Losses sustained 
in there service, which by the account herewith transmited to your 



460 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Hons. and attested by each of us respectively may more fully apear. 
We your Humble Petitioners Beg Leave here to sugjest to your Hon re 
that your Petitioners are sencible there has been a great deal of 
uneassines respecting the Conduct of afairs att the Seaders : But Be- 
ing Consious to ourselves that the fault was not in the Soldiers : are 
Led to flatter ourselves that a Legislature so wise and Just as your 
Hon rs will never Let the innocent suffer for the sake of the guilty — 
We therefore your Hon ors Petitioners Humbly Pray your Hon ers to 
take our suffering Case and Circumstances into your wise Consider- 
ation and grant us your suffering Petitioners such releaf either in 
whole or in Part as you in your great wisdom shall see fit and we as 
in Duty bound shall ever Pray. 

Chesterfield oc ber ye 16 th 1779. Aaron Smith 

Nath 1 Bacon 
Thomas Whitcomb 
Eleaz r Jordan 
[8-228] Thomas gibbs 

These may Certifie that Aaron Smith of Chesterfield was an 
ensgine in Cap 1 Colbey Company in Co 11 Bedels Rig 1 in the expe- 
dition against Canada in the year 1776, was Detached to the Ceders 
under the Command of Maj : Butterfield was taken and streeped of 
his Cloaths by the Saviges was on the Lake in his return to Ti Con- 
daroga taken sick : where By he (not having proper at tendence or 
Nursing) Lost one of his eyes and the use of one of his arms By 
said sickness 

Exeter No ber ye 12 th 1779 p r Elisha Whitcomb L* 

[8-228] 

To the Honerable the Council and House of Representatives of 
the State of New Hampshire in General Assembly — Convein'd 
The Petition of Aaron Smith of Chesterfield Humbly Shews — 
That your Petitioner Being animated by a Zeal for the Defence of 
his Bleeding Country Did enlist himself into the Public Service in 
the year 1776 and Did Duty as an ensign in Cap 4 Colliles [Carlisle] 
Company in Col 1 Bedels Rig mt at Canady where he was ordered to 
the Ceaders under the Command of Maj r Butterfield and was Cap- 
tured with the Rest of his unfortinate Brothern and fared the same 
hard fate with them . was on his return to Ticondaroga taken not 
well, and his Descease increasing till in June he was seieased with a 
violent fever, undergoing the severities of which some time, his Des- 
ease fell into his Left eye By which means the Ball of his eye Run 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 46 1 

out, your Petitioner had also at the same time a fever sore on his 
Right arm whereby he has Lost the use of it and is still troubled 
with Periodical turns of spiting of Blood ever since your Petitioner 
had a Permit to return home about the 22 d of June 1776. But was 
unable to Reach home till No ber following where he still remains un- 
able to support himself or family : in these Distressing Circamstan- 
ces your Petitioner has Been at great Cost to sundery Physicians 
who he has paid but as he in his Destress Did not expect the 
Public to reimbust the money to him again, so he did not git 
proper receipt therefor and Now cannot obtain them one of s d 
Physicians being in Captivity and others Dispersed by the war. 
But having been Lately informed that the Hon ble Continental 
Congress has seen fit to order an alowence to such as have mete 
with losiss by sickness or otherwise while in thire Countrys serviss 
have been encouraged to present his supplycation to your Honors 
for releaf : and do Humbly pray your Hon rs to Take his suffering 
Circumstances into your wise Consideration and grant him such 
Releaf as to your wisdom shall seem meet and as in Duty Bound 
shall ever Pray 

Chesterfield Dec ber ye 19 th 1779 Aaron Smith 

[8-229] 

This is to Certifie that Ens iu Aaron Smith of Chesterfield who 
was an Ens in in Cap 1 Carliles Company and Coll 011 Bedels Regi- 
ment was at the Cedars at the surrender of that place was thair 
strip 1 by the Indians and on His way home was Taken Sick and 
by that Sickness Larst the Sight of his eye and the use of his 
Right Arm 

December 13 th 1779 Isaac Butterfield Maj r 



The Committee on the Petitions of Sick & Wounded officers & 
Soldiers Have taken under their Consideration the Petition of En- 
sign Aaron Smith who was taken Sick on his Return Home from 
the Ceders in the year 1777 by which Sickness he lost one of his 
Eyes, and also the use of one of his arms, and is at present unable 
to Earn his living — Beg leave to report as their opinnion that ; 
agreeable to a Resolve of Congress he is Entitled to half pay to 
Commence January I st 1777 and to Continue until the further 
order of the General Court, which is Submitted — 

M Thornton for the Committee 



462 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-230] 

Exeter November 23 d 1782 Rece d of Ephraim Robinson aCer- 
tifycate for One hundred & fourteen pounds in full of his half pay- 
as an Invalid of this State to Nov m 1 1782 

£114 Aaron Smith 

Exeter June 18 th 1784 Received of Eph m Robinson a Certificate 
for Twenty one Pounds in full of my half Pay to June i l 1784 
£2 1 Aaron Smith 

Exeter Jan? 18 th 1786 Then received of Joseph Pearson a Cer- 
tificate for fifteen pounds in full for half pay as an Ensign to July 
31 st 1785 inclusively 

;£ 15.0.0 Aaron Smith 

[8-231] 

There is due to Ensign Aaron Smith Eight Pounds in full of his 
half Pay to November the first day 1783 — 

;£8.o. Eph m Robinson Pay Mas 

Exeter April 7 th 1784 

State of New Hampshire. This certifies that Aaron Smith 
served as an Ensign in Col° Beadels regiment of Levies raised by 
said State in the year 1776. & that he has produced sufficient 
evidence that he received a wound in his right elbow, while in the 
service of the United States, by which he is so far disabled as, in 
our opinion, to be entitled to a pension of three pounds per month. 

n 
Exeter, 18 th Nov r 1786. Joseph Gilman 1 1 

Sam. Tenney / g? 
[8-232] s 

Cheshire ss August y e 16th 1788 

Aaron Smith Came before me one of the Justices of the County 
of Cheshire in the State of Newhampshire and made oath that he 
is an inhabitant of the town of Chesterfield in the County afore- 

sai " Attest — Sam 1 Works Justice of Peace 

Augst 16 1788 
Col Fulsom Sur I have Sent By my Brother for my wagers I 
did not know of his coming till Satorday and he came of a mon- 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 463 

day and I cold not make out the Intrest money for you But he 
is a coming to the Court and I will Send if By him Before the 
year is out Sur I have a chance to turn it know and if you will 
Send it By him you will Oblidge your friend and humble Sarvnt 

Aaron Smith 



[8-233] [John Smith, of Durham.'] 

This may certify that John Smith aged Thirty seven years of 
Durham in the county of Strafford serv'd as a corporal in the 
2 nd New Hampshire regiment, that he has produced sufficient tes- 
timony of his having been disabled by a wound received in the 
service of the United States at Saratoga on the 7 th of Oct r 1777 
& that we judge him to be an invalid in such a degree as to be enti- 
tled to twenty two shillings per month — & that he may be fit for 

garrison duty. 

Joseph Oilman 

Exeter 7 th July, 1786. Sam 1 Tenney Surg n 

New Hampshire ss. John Smith came before me, one of the 
Justices of the Peace throughout the state & made oath that he was 
examined by Joseph Gilman & Josiah Gilman Esq rs & D r Sam 1 Ten- 
ney appointed by said state for that purpose, obtain'd the above cer- 
tificate — & that he now lives in Durham in the county of Strafford, 
in New Hampshire. 

Sworn to before me this 7 th of July A D. one thousand seven hun- 
dred & eighty six 

Nath 1 Folsom Jus s Peace through the State 

[3-234] 

State of New Hampshire. Exeter July 7th 1786 — John Smith 
an Inhabitant of the Town of Durham, an Invalid, is intitled to 
Twenty two shillings per Month from June 15th 1783 the time when 
he was discharged from the Corps of Invalids at West Point — 

Joseph Gilman ) Commissioners 
Sam 1 Tenney \ on Invalids 

[8-233] 

Exeter Aug 5 — 1786 Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate 
for thirteen pounds four shillings in full for pay as an Invalid from 
July 31 1785 to July 31 1786 — 

his 

.£13.4.0 per John X Smith 

mark 



464 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-235] 

Strafford ss. Durham August 7 th 1788. 

I hereby certify that the above named John Smith is an Inhabitant 
of s d Town of Durham John Smith ^ Justice p eace 



[8-237] [ William Span I ding, of Raby.'] 

To the Hon ble the Council & Gentlemen of the Hon ble House of 
Representatives for the State of New Hamp r in General Assembly 
Convend, at Exeter March 12 th 1777. 

Most Humbly Shews — 

William Spaulding of Raby in the County of Hillsborough in 
said State Labourer. 

That in May 1775 he inlisted himself as a Private Soldier in Cap* 
Moors Company. That on the 17 th day of June following, the said 
Company was ordered on to Bunker Hill — That your Petitioner was 
in the engagement at that time, — That a leaden Ball from the 
Enemy entered his Arm, & Lodged in one of his wrists — by Reason 
whereof he endures great pain and nearly Deprived of getting a 
Livelyhood — That it has not been in his power to Extract the ball 
without apparent loss of the hand. That his Circumstances are 
low — That he has a Numerous family to Support without some 
Public Aid they must Suffer — That as he engaged in the Service 
out of Principal so he Most humbly Prays that your Honours would 
take his Case into Consid a & grant such allowance as to you may 
seem adequate & he shall pray &c. 

Willm Spaulding 

In the House of Representatives March 21 st 1777 — The Petition 
of William Spaulding of Raby a Soldier wounded in the Battle at 
Bunker Hill in June 1775, praying for relief &c being read & Consid- 
ered Voted, that the said William Spaulding clearly comes under the 
Resolve of the Hon ble Continental Congress of the 26th of August 
last, & that he is intitled to half pay as a Soldier from the last Day 
of December 1775, & that he may be capable of doing Garrison Duty 
in a Corps of Invalids & that in Case he shall be called upon & refuse 
to do said Duty he will not be entitled to the said half pay — 
Sent up for Concurrence 

John Dudley Speak 1 ' p temp e 
In Council the same day read & concurred 

E Thompson S cy 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 465 

[8-238] 

State of Newhampshier. to Sertify to the paymaster gen 1 of the 
Invilleeds that William Spauldin of Raby In Said State Remains 
Lame as he hath ben Since he was wounded In the Servis of the 
unoited States at Bunker hill 

Raby August 7 th A D 1 778. Swallow Tucker } Select 

James Badger V men 
Benj Shattuck ) 
Sir 

The Vouchers respecting Spaulding Vote are mislaid at present 
when they can be found you'll have them, you need not hesitate to 
pay the Money agreeable to the Vote M Weare 

Exeter 12 April 1777 
M r John Tayler Gilman 

Rece d of Eph m Robinson a Certificate for Thirty Two pounds in 
full of my half Pay as an Invalid Pensioner, to April I st 1783 

Will" 1 Spaulding 
^32.0. Exeter April 3 d 1783 — 

Exeter April 8 th 1784 Received of Eph m Robinson a Certificate 
for Twelve pound in full of Will" 1 Spauldings half Pay to April I st 
1784 — 

£\2 — Francis Blood 

Temple March 12 th 1785 
To Joseph Pearson Esq r Sir please to pay to Francis Blood the 
waiges Due to me for half pay as a wounded Soldier & this order 
shall be your Discharge from me. Will" 1 Spauldino- 

Attest Abel Spaulding 
Moses Lowell 



[8-239] \Reuben Spencer, of Claremont.~\ 

In the year 1775 I Inlisted as a Soldier in Cap* Rob Olivers Com- 
pany in Col James Reed's Reg 4 on the 17 th of Dec r I Rec d Orders 
to March from Claremont to Winter Hill where I arrived the 24 th of 
s d Dec 1 " and did my duty as a Soldier untill some time in the Month 
of Feb y then Next being Ordered One night on Guard on s d Feb y 7 



466 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

when Relived and returning from my Post Accidentally falling on 
the Ground hit my left Knee on a Sharp Stone by which I Rec d a 
wound that rendered me unfit for duty for the Space of about Three 
Weeks after which was Ordered to New York by the way of New 
London on my March to New London was much Exercised with Pain 
in my Knee and with much difficulty performed the Rout, from New 
York was Ordered to Canada by the way of Albany where I Arrived 
Som time in the Month of May from thence was in the retreat from 
Canada to Mount Independence where I tarried untill the Seven- 
teenth of Nov 1 ' from thence was Ordered to New-town in Pensyl- 
vania where I Rec d my Discharge the last day of Dec r during the 
whole of my Marches from New York to Canada and back to New- 
town was often returned unfit for duty on account of the wound I 
Rec d in my Knee when at Winter Hill, after my discharge returned 
Home to Claremont (was retarded on my March on account of my 
Lameness) where I Arrived the first of March in the year i JJ-] and 
there tarried untill some time in June without much Expence of Doc- 
toring after which applied to Doc r Chase of Cornish with whom I 
resided by Turns untill some time in the Month of Sept r in the year 
1778 at the Expence of Eight Pounds, but finding the Means Used 
inaffectual and that my Lameness Increased left Doc r Chase, and 
went to Connecticut where I advised with every Skillfull Surgeon 
that I found in my way and Applyed many things to no Effect but 
did not put myself under the Care of any Particular One, returned 
the Oct r following and tarried a Claremont untill April in the year 
1779, when I Applyed to Doc r Kitridge of Bilrica whose Care I was 
Under from s d April untill the last of Nov r then next at the Expence 
of Two Thousand Dollars Continental Currency, finding that the 
Means Used by Doe r Kitteridg had not their desired Affect left s d 
Kitteridge and applyed to Doc r Densmore of Luningburge with whom 
I tarried a Short time and by his advice returned Home as the 
Means he was about to use would Confine me to my Lodgings where 
he administred to my Necessaties at the Expence of Five pounds 
fifteen shillings, then left s d Densmore and Applyed to Doc r Meggs 
whose care I was Under through the Summer in the year 1780 at no 
Expence as he Agreed that if he did not Affect a Cure he would not 
Charge me for his Trouble and Expence In the year 1781 Tarried 
at Home not under the Care of any Particular Surgeon Used every 
Means that could be thought of that would be likely to be beneficial 
— In July in the year 1782 I went to Connecticut and put my self 
under the Care of Doc r Little with whom I tarried Sixteen Months 
during which time was for the most part Confined to my Bed at the 
Expence of Forty Pounds Silver money from thence was brought in 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 467 

a Waggon to Claremont at the Expence of Twelve pounds where I 
Arrived some time in the Month of Nov r 1783 the beginning of Dec r 
following I sent to Connecticut for Doc r Waldo who came the 1 2 th of 
s d Dec r and on the 15 of the same month had my Thigh taken off 
and a cure Effected in about 8 weeks at the Expence of Forty Pounds 

Attest Reuben Spencer 
Claremont Jan>" 1784 

[8-242] 

The Deposition of Gershom York, who Testifieth and says that 
He was an Inlisted Soldier in Robert Olivers Company in Col James 
Reeds Reg in the year 1776 and that Reuben Spencer of Claremont 
Inlisted at the same time and in the same Company & Reg 1 with 
whom I was in the diferent Marches through the Campaign, and that 
some time in the Month of Feb y in s d 1776 s d Spencer was Ordered 
on Guard and returning to his Post fell with his Left Knee on a 
Sharp Stone by which He the said Spencer Rec d a Hurt by reason 
of which he was unfit for Duty for a considerable time, and on our 
Marches from Winter Hill to Canada and back to Newtown where 
we was discharged was Often Complaining of the hurt in his Knee 
and many times returned unfit for duty on that Account And since 
s d Spencer rec d his discharge and returned Home was the greater 
part of the time under the Care of Surgeons by reason of that hurt 
Rec d in his Knee untill his Limb was taken off which was in Dec r 
last and further saith not Gershom York 

Claremont May 5 th 1784 

Cheshire ss. Claremont May 8 th 1784. Personally appeared the 
Above Named Gershom York, and made Solemn Oath to the truth 
of the foregoing Deposition 

before me Sanford Kingsbery Justice Peace 

This May Certify that Some Time in The winter of the year 
1776 That I had the Command of Cap* Robart Olivers Company 
Commanded by Coll Ja'mes Reed which Occasioned My Paticular 
acquaintance with the Men and Reuben Spencer a Soldier in Said 
Company Received a wound when at winter hill and after the Rout 
was Preformed he was DisrmV in a Lame Distrest Situation and 
Sence by Said Lameness hes Lost his Thigh 

attest Benjamin Mann Cap 1 in s d Reg 1 
Portsmouth Oct r y e 28 th 1784 



468 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-243] 

Pomfret, Connecticut, May 16 th 1784. 

M r Reuben Spencer of Claremont, while in the Service of his 
Country as a Soldier, contused the joint of his left knee, in such 
a manner as immediately to disable him for doing duty — but 
having some means used, the joint so far recovered its usefulness, 
as to enable him to follow the Camp, and resume his Duty, which 
his Solder like ambition and love of his Country, excited him to 
follow too long for the benefit of his Knee, which some time after 
began to be painfull and almost useless — untill at last, in spight 
of every application that was made use of, the disease terminated 
in a Spina Ventosa of the Joint, which obliged him to leave the 
Army, and after suffering a long series of distress — required Ampu- 
tation to save his Life. Justice and Humanity will dictate to the 
much and most honored Assembly of the State to which he belongs 
— the righteousness of affording him that Relief which his misfor- 
tunes and good services intitle him to receive. 

Albigence [?] Waldo Surgeon 

[8-244] 

State of New Hampshire. This certifies that Reuben Spencer 
served as a private soldier in Col. Reid's regiment in .the year 
1775 — that he has produced sufficient evidence that while on duty 
in this regiment he receiv'd a wound in one of his knees, which after 
occasioning much pain & expence terminated in the entire loss of 
the limb by amputation — & that we judge him to be entitled to a 
pension of twenty shillings per Month from 31 st July, 1786. 

Josiah Gilman Jun r 

Exeter, 17 Sept r 1788. Sam 1 Tenney 

<> 

State of New Hampshire ) 

Rockingham ss j Reuben Spencer an Invalid came be- 

fore me one of the Justices of the Peace thro the State and made 
Oath that he was examined by Josiah Gilman Esq and Doct r Samuel 
Tenney two of the Committee appointed by said State for that 
purpose, obtained a Certificate and that he now lives in the Town 
of Claremont and in the County of Cheshire — 
Sworn to before me this 18 day of Sept. 1788 

! Justice of the 
Peace througout 
the State 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 469 

Exeter Sept 13 th 1786. This certifies that there is due to Reu- 
ben Spencer Nineteen pounds in full for half pay from Jan^ 1, 1785 
to July 31, 1786 — 

;£ 19.0.0 Joseph Pearson Regs tr Invd s 



[8-245] \Uriah Stone, of Swanzey. ~\ 

To the Honorabel the Senet and House of Representatives of 
the State of New Hampshire in General Court Assembled this 
Eight Day of June in the year of our Lord 1786. 

The Petition of Uriah Stone of Swanzey in Said State Humbly 
Sheweth 

That your Petitioner Inlisted some time in June 1776 aboard the 
galley Spitfire in the Service of the united States of America in 
the late War and in an Engagement with the Enemy on the 22 d 
Day of February 1777 near Howlands ferry; your Petitioner lost 
his left Arm by a Shot : by which your petitioner is disenabled as 
to labour for the Support of him Self or Family and by which 
Means your Petitioner is Reduced with his Family to the Extremity 
of Poverty and want — your Petitioner has Received a Pention 
from the State of Rhode Island untill the 4 of November 1785 
and is now Denied on account of his having Removed out of said 
State 

your Petitioner therefore most Humbly prays this Honorable 
Body that they would take the matter into their Wise Considera- 
tion and grant your Petitioner Such a Pention as you Shall think 
just and Equitable. 

As in Duty bound Shall ever pray 

uirah Stone 

These Certify whome it may concern that Uriah Stone is now 
Resident in Swanzey in the County of Cheshire and State of New 
Hampshire that the said Uriah has lost his left Arm which we 
doubt not but he lost in the Service of the United States in the 
late War and that he is under very Needy Circumstances 

Isaac Hammond \ Selectmen 
Ebenezer Hill /of Swanzey 

[8-246J 

Providence, June 12, 1778 
I Isaac Tyler hereby certify unto all Men that upon the 22 d 
Day of February 1777, I being Commander of the Galley Spitfire, 



470 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

in an Engagement with the Enemy near Howland's Ferry, Uriah 
Stone, Steward of the Gaily, had his Left Arm shot away, In Jus- 
tice to Mr. Stone I most freely declare, that in the Engagement he 
behaved with great Spirit and Bravery. Isaac Tvler 

State of Rhode Island &c. 

Be it known unto all Persons whom it may concern, that the 
above named Isaac Tyler, who has subscribed the Certificate an- 
nexed hereto, was on the Twenty-second day of February A D 
1777, Commander of the Galley Spitfire duly Commissioned and 
Authorised by his Excellency the Governor of this State. In 
Witness whereof I have hereto put my Hand this 12 th Day of June 
A D 1778 at Providence in the State afores d 

W. Greene Gov r 

The Committee on the Petition of Uriah Stone a wounded sol- 
diers beg leave to report as their Opinion that he receive half pay 
per month to commence from the 4 th day of Nov r 1785 which was 
the time his pay ceased at Rhode Island till further Order of Court 
& that he be enrolled accordingly which is submitted 

p M. Thornton for the Com tee 



[8-247] [ William Symms, of Concord.~\ 

To the Great and General Court of the State of New Hamp- 
shire 

The Petition of W m Symms of Concord in Sd State humbly 
Sheweth that your Petitioner was prevailed upon by the loud calls 
Of his Country to turn out for its Defence as a Soldier under 
Capt Peter Kimball of Col° Thomas Stickneys Regt and marched 
with Said Regt on the 23 d day of July A D 1777 and Joined Gen 1 
Starks Brigade and on Saturday the 16 th of Augt was ingag d in 
Battle with the Enemies of the United States of America Near 
Bennington and had the Misfortune to Receive a wound in the 
Right Arm by a musket ball which fractur d the Bone of Said arm in 
Such A manner as to render him unfit for any kind of Business 
for the Space Off five or Six months and Still remains unsound 
and your Petitioner has been At the whole Expence of Sup- 
porting himself since the 23 d of Dec r last Past and at a Consider- 
able Expence for Doctring &c and as he has Nothing but his hands 
to depend upon for his Support by being depriv d in a great measure 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 47 1 

of the use of one of them Your petitioner is in a most Deploreable 
Condition and therefore prays your honourable house To take his 
Circumstances into your Serious Consideration and Grant Him 
Such Releif as you in your Wisdom and Goodness Shall See Meet 
and your petitioner as in duty bound Shall Ever Pray — 

William Symmes 
Concord May 17 th 1778 

To Mr Nicholas Gilman Treasurer for the State of New Hamp- 
shire, Sir, Please to pay unto Col Thomas Stickney all that the 
Honourable Court Shall think fit to Grant me for my Service as 
a Soldier in his Regt in the year 1777 Likewise all they Shall 
allow me for Doctoring nurseing Billeting &c — Taking His Recipt 
for your Discharge from y r Humble Serv 1 

William Symmes 

Concord Nov r 2 d 1778 

This may Certify that William Simms a Soldier in Cap 1 Kimballs 
Company in my Regiment General Starks Brigade had his Arm 
Broke by a Musket Ball in the Battle near Bennington on the 16 th 
day of August 1 yyy — 

Thomas Stickney Col 

Exeter Nov r 27 th 1778. 

[8-248] 

State of ) 
New Hamp r ] In the House of Representatives Nov r 12 th 1778 

The Committee on the Petitions of wounded Soldiers &c re- 
ported their opinion that William Sims a Soldier in Cap* Kimballs 
Company & Col Stickney's Regiment and General Stark's Brigade 
wounded in the Battle near Bennington in August 1777 be allowed 
& paid eight pounds twelve shillings for his Doctors bill, and that 
he is justly intitled to half pay (agreeable to resolve of Congress) 
eighteen months commencing 18th of September 1777, and ending 
March 18 th 1779 & that he be entered on the Roll accordingly, 
all which is humbly submitted — signed Nich s Gilman for the Com- 
mittee — Which Report being read & considered, Voted that the 
same be received & accepted & that the President give order of 
payment to Col Thomas Stickney — 

Sent up for Concurrence 

John Langdon, Speaker 

In Council the same day read and Concurred 

E. Thompson Sec'y 



472 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-249] 

To Whome it may Concern 

This Certify that w m Symms in Cap' Kimbles Comp^ of gen 1 
Starks Brigade was under my Care from Sep 1 . y e Eighteenth to 
December twenty Third with a wound Reed in Battel at Benning- 
ton, and S d Symms Still Remains unable to Endure Service 

P r Solomon Chase Chirurg" 

Cornish Dec r 23 1777 

Concord March 6 th 1779 
Sir Please to pay to Timothy Walker the Ballance due for half 
pay, voted me by the General Court and you will oblidge your 
Humble Servant 

William Symmes 

[Said Symms was hired by the town of Concord, and may be 
the man who signed a petition in Claremont in 1789. See Vol. 
XL p. 382. — Ed.] 



[8-250] {Captain Chase Taylor, of Saubornton.~\ 

This may certify that Cap* Chase Taylor of Sandbornton com- 
manding a Company in Col. Stickneys Reg 1 Gen 1 Stark's Brigade, 
was wounded in the Thigh, had the Bone fractured in the Battle 
near Bennington on the 16th of August 1777 

Attest Josiah Chase Surg n for Sa d Reg 4 

Canterbury Dec r I st 1778 
To the honorable Council & assembly of the State of N. Hampshire 

[8-251] 

I hereby Certify that Cap 1 Chase Taylor was wouned in the 
Battle at Bennington the 16 th Day of August 1777. he then being a 
Captain in my Regiment in Gen 1 Starks Brigade — 

Thomas Stickney Col 

[8-252] 

State of New \ In the House of Representatives Aug* 20 th 1778 — 

Hamp r J 

The Committee on Sick and Wounded Soldiers &c having taken 
under consideration the Case of Cap* Chase Taylor of Col 1 Stickney's 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 473 

Regiment wounded in the Battle of Bennington, reported as their 
opinion, that the said Taylor's Account amounting to sixteen pounds 
four shillings be allowed and paid — & that on said Taylor's lodging 
Certificates in common form with the Officer appointed to receive 
them, he be allowed half pay from the 28 th day of September last till 
further orders, sign'd Geo: King 

for the Committee 
Which Report being read and considered — Voted that the same 
be received & accepted, & that the President give orders accord- 
ingly — 

Sent up for Concurrence 

John Dudley Speak 1 " p tem — 

[8-251] 

State of New Hampshire 

This certifies that M r Chase Taylor served as a Lieutenant in Col 
Stickney's regiment of Levies raised for the Service of the United 
States in the year 1 JJJ — that he has produced sufficient evidence 
that while in said service he received a wound in his thigh, by 
which he is render'd an Invalid — & that we judge him to be entitled 
on that account to a pension of four Pounds per month to commence 
from 31 st July 1786 — 

Exeter 20 th Ap 1 1787 Joseph Gilman 

Sam 1 Tenney 

State of New Hamp- ) Sandbornton November the 7 th 1786 

shire Strafford ss \ 

then Chase Taylor Esq r Came before me the Subscriber one 
of the Justices of Peace in and for said County of Strafford and 
made Solemn Oath that he is an Inhabitant of Sandbornton in the 
County and State aforesaid and has been an Inhabitant there for 
more than ten years Last past 

attest Ebenezer Smith Justice of Peace 



[8-253] \Elisha Thomas, of New Durham.] 

This may Certifie whome It may Concerne that Elisha Thomas was 
in the Redgment I Conanded at New york In 1776 & Said Thomas 
was a Sarjent In Cap 1 gordens Compeny which was Stationed at ver- 
planks pint where he Received a wound In his hand by his gun 
Spliting which he loaded on an alarm by order of his Capt and the 
ball In the Cartrage was two large & would not Ram down & then 

32 



474 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

the Cap 1 ordred him to go out and fire it whech Split his gun this Is 
what the officer told me when he brot him up to the docter at peaks 
kill atest Tho s Tash Col 

Newdurham siptem r th 20 — 1787 

County of Strafford. Elisha Thomas porsonely appred before me 
one of the Justices of the peace for Said Countey and made Solemn 
oath that he Is an Inhabetant of the Town of Newdurham In the 
County aforesaid ThoS Tagh Jus . peace 

Newdurham November 30 th 1787 

[8-254] 

State of New Hampshire. 

This certifies that Elisha Thomas served as a serjeant in Colonel 
Tash's regiment of levies rais'd by said State in the year 1776 — that 
he has produced sufficient evidence that while in the service of his 
Country in said regiment he received a wound in the hand by which 
he is deprived of the use of it — & that we judge him to be entitled 
to a pension of twenty four shillings per month from 30 th of Nov r 
1776 — the time when he was discharged from service. 

Exeter I st Dec r 1787, Joseph Gilman / 1 



Sam 1 Tenney 



[8-255] [Anna, widow of JosepJi Thomas, of Nottingham.~\ 

Sir Please to pay to Co 1 Thomas Bartlet forty Eight pounds when 
paid is in full for one years half pay being Widow to the late L l Jo- 
seph Thomas — 

Nottingham — Septem r 19 th 1783 Anna Thomas 

Exeter Jan^ 29 th 1784 Rec d of Eph m Robinson a Certificate for the 
within forty Eight pounds for half pay due to Anna Thomas to Sep- 
tern' 19 th 1784- Tho^ Bartlet 

Exeter October 8 th 1784 Rece d of Eph m Robinson a Certificate 
for Forty Eight pounds which is in full of half pay due to Mr s Anna 
Thomas late Wid° of L l Joseph M Thomas for seven years agreeable 
to Vote of the General Court 

^48 — J Mills 

[See Vol. XIII. p. 109. — Ed.] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 475 

[8-256] \_J0J1n TJiovipson, of Rindge.~\ 

Colony of New Hampshire. To the Hon ble Council and Assembly 
Seting at Exeter in Said Colony the Petition of John Thomson of 
Rindge in the County of Cheshire in said Colony Humbly sheweth 
— that your Petitioner Enlisted into the Country servis in the month 
of April 177$ in Cap 1 Phillip Thomas's Company in Colonel Reeds 
Regiment and on the seventeenth of June was wounded in the Battle 
at Charlestown your Petitioner was afterward Carried into the Coun- 
try and Provided for with a Surgeon attendance &c at his own Ex- 
pence which Expence Together with the Loss of my firelock Cloth- 
ing &c. amounts to Near as much as I earnt that year — and was 
then left a Cripple and shall Ever be unable to do Business and sup- 
port myself and family as before — your Petitioner Humbly Prays for 
such a Compensation as your Honor s in your grait wisdom shall see 
meet and your Petitioner shall as in duty bound Ever Pray &c 

September y e 7 th 1776 John Thomson 



[8-257] [Oliver Tliurston, of Brentwood.~\ 

State of New Hampshire To the Hon ble Counsel and house of 
Representatives in General Court assembled The Petition of oliver 
Thustin of Brintwood in the County of Rockingham & State of New 
hampshire Humbly Shueth that while a Continental Soldier in the 
Service of this State had the Misfortune while Fighting with the 
Enemy in Defence of these united States to receive a wound from 
which I am made a Cripple and renderd incapable, without. Paine 
and distress of Following my usual imployment. And thus being 
Cut of From any Reasonbly Support From my own — weak Ability 
to Procure it by such Honest indeavour : as. I, Should be willing to 
Persue. this is therefore to Pray you, to. Compationate and Take 
my Distrest circumstances under your wise Consideration and grant 
me Such Relief, as. you in your wisdom shall think Proper and your 
Petitioner as in Duty bound shall Ever Pray — 

Brintwood the 25 th Feby 1783 Olivr thircton 

I certify that the bearer Oliver Thursten late a Serjeant in the 
2 d N Hamp r Reg 4 was wounded through his thigh or near his groin 
at the Battle of New Town in the Indian Territorry in the Campaign 
of 1779 D y which wound I think he is become a Cripple — 

Exeter 28 h Feby 1783 Geo Reed U Col Com dt 

2 d N Hamp r Reg* 



4^6 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-258] 

An Extract from a Vote of Court of the 28 Feb: 1783 

That Oliver Thurstin of Brintwood be entitled to have & receive 
Two Dollars per month from the time he had his discharge from the 
Army to the 16 th day of February 1783 on Account of a wound he 
received by a Musquet ball — 

A true Extract Attest J Pearson D Sec y 

That the proper Certificates & Vouchers be exhibited and view'd 
by the Officer appointed for that purpose befor he enroll & Register 
the forenamed persons . as proposed on the pension List — 

Attest J Pearson D Sec? 
[8-257] 

Exeter March 14 th 1783 Rec d of Eph m Robinson a Certificate (in 
full of what the Court Voted to me Feb? 28 th 1783) for fourteen 
pounds Eight shillings being on Account of a Wound I received by 
a Ball Olivr thiston 

^148. 

[8-259] 

State of New Hampshire. This may certify that Oliver Thurston 
served as a Serjeant in Col. Reid's regiment — that he has produced 
sufficient evidence that while in the service of his country in said 
regiment he received a wound in the Thigh by which he is rendered 
incapable of hard labour — & that we judge him to be entitled on 
that account to a pension of two dollars per month from the 26 th 
February, 1783. Josiah Gilman Jun , , 

Exeter 31 st Dec r 1787. Sam 1 Tenney J Committee 

County of Rockingham, Dec. 28 th 1787. 

Oliver Thurston personally appeared before me one of the Justices 
of the Peace for said County and made solemn oath that he is an In- 
habitant of the Town of Brentwood in the County aforesaid. 

W. Parker Jus Peace 



[8-260] \_JeremiaJi Towle, of Chester.} 

State of New 1 To the Hon ble the Council & House of Represent- 
Hampshire J atives in said state Humbly shews — Jeremiah Towl 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 477 

of Chester in said state that your Petitioner was wounded in the 
Battle of the Ninteenth of sep 1 1777 at Beemeses Heights with a 
Musket Ball through his arms and Bodey, and in about five months 
after y e wound was Heal d up, so that your Petitioner was something 
Comfortable untill about six months past the wound brock out, and 
two peaces of bone came out of the wound of his body by which 
means your Petitioner is Rendered unfite for Labour, Likewise at 
great Expence to y e Doct r & Nurses and is not yet Likely to git well 
he therefore Prays your Honors to take his Case into your wise Con- 
sideration and grant him such Relief as to you shall seem meet and 
your Petitioner as in Duty Bound Shall Ever Pray &c — 

Chester June y e 12 th 1782 Jeremiah Towl 

[8-261] 

Corp 1 Jeremiah Towl of the first N Hampshire Reg 1 formerly an 
Inhabitant of Chester County of Rockingham and state of N. 
Hampshire having Honourably & faithfully served Three years in the 
service of the united states being the term of his Inlistment is 
hereby Discharged from the army and is permitted to return to the 
state of N Hampshire — 

Jo s Cilley Col 
To whom it may Concern Camp Danbury April 5, 1780 



This may Certify that Jeremiah Towle For about three months 
Last Past and att Present Labours Under Such Difficulties by the 
opening of the Gun Shot wound he Rec d att the Time Set Forth in 
the Petition Renders him Unable for any Business — and it appears 
will be a Considerable Time Before he will be able for any kind 
of Business as there has a Number of Pieces of Foul Carion Bone 
Discharged att the Several openings of the wound 

Chester March 13 th 1782: Benj n Page 

Chester 8 th June 1782 — 

This may Certifye that Corp 1 Jeremiah Towl was a soldier in my 
Compy in the first N Hampshire Reg 1 under the comm d of Col J 
Cilley, in the three years service, and on the Nineteenth of Septem- 
ber 1777 was wounded through the left arme and side in a battle 
fought on Beameses heights and from thence was sent to the Hos- 
pitell at Albeny — Amos Emerson 

To the Hon ble Court of New Hampshire 



478 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-262] 

State of New ) 
Hampshire \ In the House of Representatives June 15 th 1782 — 

The Committee on sick & wounded &c reported in part as their 
Opinion, that Jeremiah Towle of Chester who was a Corporal in 
Capt Emersons Company in Col° Cilleys Regiment be allowed to 
receive half the monthly pay of a Corporal to commence the first day 
of January 1782 and to be continued till the further Order of the 
General Assembly and that he be duly enrolled as an Invalid Pen- 
sioner accordingly, signed Geo. Frost for the Committee which report 
being read & considered voted that it be received and accepted — 

Sent up for Concurrence John Dudley Speaker P. T. 

In Council the same day read & concurred 

J Pearson D Sec y 

[8-263] 

Exeter October i l 1783 Received of Eph m Robinson a Certificate 
for half Pay in full to October i* 1783 which is Sixteen Pounds ten 
shillings — 

;£i6. 10 Jeremiah Towl 

Exeter Octob 20 th 1784 Received of Eph m Robinson a Certificate 
for Thirteen pounds four shillings which is in full of Corp 1 Jeremiah 
Towles half Pay to Octo r i 1 1784 

^13.4. Rob 1 Wilson 

Exeter April 7 th 1786 Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate 
for Eleven pounds in full for half pay from Oct 1-1784 to July 31, 
1785 

;£n. 0.0 Jeremiah Towl 

Exeter 14 Sept 1786 Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate 
for thirteen pounds four shillings in full for half pay to 31 July 1786 
.£13.4.0 Jeremiah Towl 

[8-265] 

Exeter October I st 1783 There is due to Corp 1 Jeremiah Towle 
Sixteen pounds ten shillings in full of half pay from July I st 1782 to 
October I st 1783 Eph m Robinson Pay Ma s 

;£l6.IO. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 479 

[8-264] 

There is due to Corperal Jeremiah Towle Thirteen pounds four 
shillings for half pay in full to October I st 1784 — 

Eph m Robinson Pay Mas 
Exeter Octo 20 th 1784 — 

Exeter April 7 th 1786 This certifies that there is due to Corp 1 
Jeremiah Towl eleven pounds in full for half pay from Oct 1, 1784 
to July 31. 1785 inclusively Joseph Pearson Regs tr Inv ds 

j£ii. 0.0 

[8-265] 

State of New Hampshire. This may certify that Jere h Towl served 
as a private in the first regiment of said State — that he has pro- 
duced sufficient evidence of his having received a wound thro' the 
arm & body at Bemus's height, in the service of the United States — 
& that we judge him to be so far disabled thereby as to be entitled 
to a pension of sixteen shillings per month from the 31 st day of July 
past- ' 

Exeter, 14 th Sepf 1786. Josiah Gilman Jun r / 1 

Sam. Tenney ( §• 

[8-264] 

Rockingham ss — Chester Aug. 12, 1789 

Jeremiah Towle gent, came before me one of the Justices of the 
peace of the County of Rockingham & State of New hampshire, & 
made Oath that he is an Inhabitant of the town of Chester in the 
County aff oresaid. Attest Josiah Flagg Just. Peace 

the hon. Joseph Pearson Esq. Secretary of the State 

[For petition see Vol. XL p. 321. — Ed.] 



[8-266] \_J0h11 Trickey, of Portsmouth.'] 

The Bearer John Trickey a Soldier in the late I st New Hampshire 
Regiment, Received a wound in Service of the united States, by 
reason of which he is render'd an Object of Charity, his leg requires 
daily dressing with nothing more than Clean Linen and Lint — It is 
hoped no one will refuse him this small Assistance since he cannot 
dress the Sore himself — Joseph Fisk surgeon 



4SO REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-267] 

To the Fearers of God. 

The Bearer. John Trickey, originally wounded in the service of 
America — remains an object of Charity — his leg requires daily 
dressing with nothing more than Clean Lining & Lint wet in a 
[illegible] or small Beer, with a little rum. It is hoped no one 
will refuse him this small assistance (as has been the Case) since he 
cannot dress the sore himself Albigence Waldo surgeon 

[8-266] 

Falmouth 29 th May 1783 
This may certify that the Bearer John Trickey I have Examin'd 
and find him to be an unsound crippled Lame Soldier got his 
Misfortune in the Service of his Country. I therefore reccommend 
him to all Christian People for their Charity. 

John Lowther 

[8-268] 

Portsm April y e 13 th 1787 

S r I received a few Lines by one Trickey from you who Supposes 
himself intitled to a pension the Man I knew him in the First New- 
hampshire Regiment in Cap 1 Frys Company & Knew that he was 
Little Lame But not so Lame but he was Able to Carry his gun & 
Pack & Afterward, he was Carried to the hospetil whether with Sick- 
ness or a wound I Cannot Assert But Understood it was by A fall 
that he was Sent to the Hospitail — 
Further Saith Not John Dennett 

Doctor S. Tennies 

[8-267*] 

This May certify to whome it may Concern that John Trickey A 
soldier in the first Newhampshire Reg nt & the fourth Company Com- 
manded by Cap 1 Isaac Fry Receiv'd a fall when on Duty that Ren- 
dered him Incapable of Duty & Consequently was Carried to the 
Hospitle & I Consider that the state of N'w H Had ort to make him 
some help &c — 

Northwood April 5 th a Do" 1787 John Harvey IS 

[8-267] 

State of New Hampshire. This certifies that John Trickey served 
as a private in Col. Scammel's regiment — that he has produced suf- 
ficient evidence that, while in the Service of the United States, he 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 48 1 

received a wound in his knee, and another in his ankle, by which he 
is rendered incapable of procuring a living — & that we judge him 
to be entitled, on account of this disability, to a pension of fifteen 
shillings jper month, to commence from the 15 th of Feb y 1782. 

Exeter 14 th April, 1787 Joseph Gilman / | 

Sam 1 Tenney ( | 

/ re 
[8-267J] 

Portsmouth July 31 st 1787. 
S r 

Please to pay to John Pickering Esq. the amount of what may be 
due to me as an invalid Soldier in the New hampshire line, and his 
receipt shall be your discharge therefor 
I am s r y r hble serv* 

John Trickey 
John Taylor Gilman Esq 



[8-268] 

[Moses Truss ell, of Hopkinton, subsequently of Dunbartou.] 

To the hon ble the Council and House of Representatives of the 
State of New hampshire at Exeter Convened — 
Gent m 

The Petition of Moses Trussell humbly sheweth that your Peti- 
tioner early Engaged in the service of his Country by Enlisting 
into the Company of Capt Baldwin, Col Starks Regiment in the 
year 1775 on the seventeenth of June, being Invited to join the 
Reinforcement : going on to Bunker Hill. Chearfully went and 
after standing the severe fire of the Enemy Till ordered to Retreat, 
making the best of my way off Escaped over the Neck safely, 
when hearing that Capt Baldwin, was left behind ; and fearing, 
that as, he was wounded, he would fall, into the hands, of a Cruel, 
and Barbarous Enemy, a motion was made, for returning to find 
him, if Possible, your Petitioner, with several others, being zeal- 
ously affected, towards such a gallant and Brave an officer : (Not- 
withstanding the severity of the enemies fire, across Charlestown 
neck) and in My search, had the misfortune, by a shot, from the 
enemy ; to Loose my Left hand ; being Shot so Far off ; that it 
having only a Little Skin, and a few Tendens left, in this situation 
I Returned, to Plowed hill. Where a Surgeon, Cut the tendens 



482 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

and skin, Remaining off. and thus, had the misfortune, Not only 
of Loosing one, member, but also of having, my worthy Capt. 
Mortally wounded ; then being Conducted to medford, was Put 
under : the Care of D r Williams, whose Certificate will shew, being 
Fatherless Before : my honr d mother Come to visit me, and attended 
upon me, about three weeks, and after about 7 weeks, I was re- 
moved to D r Kitridge Where I Tarried, about a fortnight from 
thence to hampsted To my Brothers, from which time I had no 
allowance from the state, neither for attendence, or other things, 
nor ever had sence, finding my self incapable of pursuing That 
Farmers Business, to which I had been brought up, as soon as I 
was able, attended school, a while at Hampsted then Returned to 
Hopkinton, the town for which I went. Where from the Benefit 
of the Pastor, and People I acquired so much Instruction, as that 
in 1777 was Invited, to teach a small school by the help of which, 
and my kind mothers assistance, I Continued along, Till at Length 
the great arbitrator, of Life and Death, has Called her, to the 
world of Spirits, and now being Destitute of Father and mother, 
and one hand, should take it as a Favour to have a Place with 
many others in sharing Publick Benefits As in Duty bound your 
Petitioner Ever Pray Moses Tmssell 

Hopkinton Fubru^ 10 th 1781 

[8-270] 

This may Certify that Moses Trussell in Cap 1 Isaac Bauldwins 
Comp y Col° Starks Reg 1 was wounded in the action of the 17 th 
June 1775 on Bunker Hill Lost his Left arm in s d Action Re- 
mained in the Hospatal under my Care untill he obtained a Reg- 
ular Permit from the Co 11 to Retire — 



test O. Williams R. Surgeon 



Dated Hopkinton July 24 th 1779 



& v 



[8-271] 

I do certify that the within certificate is just and that it is my 
opinion that M r Moses Trussell ought to receive some gratuity for 
the very important loss he has met with 

Given at Dunbarton 26 th Feb y 1781 — 

John Stark B. G. 

To the Honble the Councell & house of Representatives State 
of New Hampshire — 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 483 

[8-270] 

State of New ) 
Hampshire \ In the House of Representatives April 7th 1781 
The Committee to consider of the Petition of Moses Trussell 
&c reported as their Opinion 

That the said Trussell be allowed half pay from the time his 
whole ceased & to be enrolled accordingly — which is submitted 
Signed John Hale for the Committee which Report being read 
and considered Voted that it be received and accepted 
Sent up for Concurrence 

John Dudley Speaker P. T. 
In Council the same day read & concurred 

E Thompson Sec y 
Copy Exam d by J. Pearson D Sec y 

[8-272] 

Exeter March 21, 1786 This certifies that there appears to be 
due to Moses Trussel an Invalid the sum of One Hundred & fif- 
teen pounds in full for half pay from Jan y 1, 1776 to July 31, 
1785 inclusively — Joseph Pearson Regs tr Inv ds 

^15.0.0 

State of New Hampshire. This certifies that Moses Trussell 
served as a private in Col Stark's Regiment in the year 1775, 
that he has produced sufficient evidence that while in the Service 
of the United he lost his left arm by a wound received in it — 
& that we judge him to be entitled to a pension of twenty shil- 
lings per Month commencing 31 st July, 1786. 

Exeter, 31 st October, 1786 Joseph Gilman "I Committee 

Sam 1 Tenney J 

[8-272] November 6 th 1786 

Moses Trussell Came before me, one of the Justices of the 
County of Hillsborough in the State of New Hampshire, and made 
oath that he is an Inhabitant of the town of Hopkinton in the 
County aforesaid Attest : 

Aaron Greeley Justice Peace 

State of New Hampshir Hillsborough ss 

Pearsonally appeared M r Moses Trussel and made Solemn Oath 



484 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

that he is an inhabitant of Dunbarton in the State of New Hamp- 
shire and County of Hillsborough 

Sworn Before Joshua Bailey Js* Pee 

Hopkinton Decemb 29: 1787 

[8-270] Decm r I th 1787 

To John Taylor Gilman Esq r Treasurer for the State of New- 
hampshire S r please to pay Joshua Bailey Esq r my wages for the 
past year and you will oblige your Hum le Serv 1 

Moses Trussell 



[8-274] \_Solomon Todd, of Londonderry.} 

State of New Hampshire Rockingham ss. 

To The Hon ble The Senate & House of Representatives of the 
State of New Hampshire in General Court Assembled 

The Memorial of Solomon Todd humbly sheweth that your 
Honors Memorialist was a Soldier in the American Army from 
the beginning of the late War till 1781 when honorably discharged 
— and moreover he was the greater part of his servitude on very 
fatigueing duty, and in most of the severest skirmishes & Battles 
then fought. Please to permit your Honors Memoralist farther to 
observe that he was under the command of the Hon ble General Sul- 
livan in his successful and glorious Western Expedition, but unfortu- 
nately about the close of that Indian rout he was seized with a Dis- 
order which has been gradually stealing on him ever since — Your 
Honors Memorialist underwent the Operation early last Spring in 
hopes of recovering his health, but instead of that so unhappy as to 
be obliged to submit to a second Operation soon, the consequence of 
which he greatly dreads Therefore As your Honors Memorialist has 
a Wife & 5 Children without either real or personal Estate & inca- 
pable to Work hearing that the most Honorable Congress has recom- 
mended such distressed Soldiers to the care of their several States, 
submits his Case to your superior judgment and most earnestly begs 
you will be pleased to grant him such relief as honor, justice & hu- 
manity may incite & he shall as in duty bound ever pray. 

Feb y 16 th 1786 Londonderry Solomon Todd 

[8-275] 

The Deposition of Robert Hodgert of lawful Age certifieth all 
whom it may concern that Solomon Todd of Londonderry during the 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 485 

Western Expedition commanded by the Hon ble General Sullivan was 
frequently complaining to me then orderly Serjeant of Captain Eben r 
Fry's Company to which he belonged of a pain in his Back and Loins 
&c which frequently rendered him unfit for duty and particularly 
after the detachment under the command of Col 1 Butler which Dis- 
order has by degrees now increased to such a height as I find con- 
fines him to his bed which as He was a good Soldier I am heartily 
sorry for and further saith not 

Robert Hodgert 

[8-275] 

The deposition of Doctor George Wood certifieth whom it may 
concern that Solomon Todd of Londonderry has been several 
months under his care for the cure of a Hydrocele attended at 
present with an increasing mortification. Disorder he says began 
when he was a Soldier of Cap Fry's Company in the I st New 
Hampshire Regiment during the Western Expedition commanded by 
Gen 1 Sullivan 

As the poor Unfortunate Man, a real Object of pity has been 
confined to his Bed for some time past by his disorder which is 
likely to prove mortal, I can not help observing that the Desease 
he labours under often increases gradually for Years before it be- 
comes very troublesome or seemingly dangerous. 

Londonderry Jan y 20 th | 86 Geo: Wood Surgeon &c 

[8-276] 

The Deposition of Timothy Harrington certifieth all whom it may 
concern that Solomon Todd of Londonderry during the Western 
Expedition commanded by The Hon ble General Sullivan was often 
complaining to Me the Subscriber then a Soldier of Captain Fry's 
Company in the First N. H. Regiment to which at that time he 
belonged of a pain in his Back, Loins & Testicles which frequently 
rendered him unfit for duty & particularly after the detachment 
under the Command of Colonel Buttler upon passing the outlet of 
the Thengo Lake which Disorder has by degrees increased to such 
a height as I find confines him to his Bed which I am truly sorry for 

Jan y 23 rd 1786. Timothy Harengton 

Rockingham ss Londonderry Jan y 23 rd 1786 
Then Timothy Harrington Personally appeared & after due cau- 
tion made Solemn Oath that the above Deposition by him sub- 
scribed is the truth. 

sworn before John Neal Jus. Peace 



486 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-277] 

The Committee on the Petitions of Sick & wounded officers & 
soldiers having Considerd the Petition of Solomon Todd a disabled 
soldier late belonging to one of the New Hampshire Regiments, 
beg leave to report as their opinion, that the Said Solomon Todd 
have & receive one half of his monthly pay to Commence at the 
time his whole pay as a Soldier ceas'd & to be continued till the 
further order of the General Court and that he be enroll d as an 
invaled pensioner — 

By order of the Committee 

Submitted p r M Thornton 

State of ) In the House of Representatives March 3 d 1786 — 

Newhamp: \ 

The foregoing report being read & considered — 
Voted that it be receiv'd & Accepted 
Sent up for Concurrence 

Christo r Toppan Speaker P. T. 
In Senate the same day read & concurred 

J Pearson D Sec y 



[8-278] [Ananias Tubbs, of Swanzey ?± 

To the Honourable the Senate and the Honourable the House 
of Representatives of the State of New Hampshire in General 
Court Assebled, June 1787 

The Petition of Ananias Tubbs of Swanzey in the County of 
Cheshire and state aforesaid Humbly Sheweth 

That in the year of Lord 1777 your Petitioner enlisted as a Soldier 
in the Service of this State in the late War with great Britain, and 
Marched to Bennington in Col. Nichols's Regiment, and in the Battle 
at Bennington on the 16 th Day of August in said year, your Peti- 
tioner was wounded by the Enemy with a Musket Ball in one hip, 
which Ball remains in your Petitioners Flesh whereby he is dis- 
enabled from some sorts of Farming Labour, which is your Peti- 
tioners Occupation. — your Petitioner therefore Humbly prays that 
your Honors would take his case into your consideration and 
grant him such allowance, as has been given to wounded Soldiers, 
or as your Honours shall think just and equitable — and your 
Petitioner as in Duty bound shall ever pray — 

his 

Swanzey June 3 d 1787 Ananias X Tubbs 

mark 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 487 

This may Certify that we the subscribers are well knowing that 
the above said Petitioner was a Soldier in the service of this State, 
at Bennington, and that he was wounded in the Battle there with 
the British forces, and was for a considerable time unable to do 
any work and is now disenabled from doing some kinds of Farming 
Labour 

Calvin Frink ^ 

Ebenezer Hills | Selectmen 

Nehemiah Cumings V of 

Isaac Hammond Swanzey 

Swanzey June 3 d 1786 Joseph Dickinson J 

[8-279] 

c , , r >t u- u- ) At Concord June 16 th 1787 — An- 

State of New Hampshire ss } . T , , J , * ' c 

c ) nanias lubbs came before me one of 

the Justices assign'd to keep the Peace throughout the said state, 

and made Oath that he is an inhabitant of the Town of Swanzey 

in the County of Cheshire & State aforsaid 

Attest Nath 1 Peabody Ju s Pacis 

Pro. tot. R. P. 

[Prothonotary Reipublicae] 

[8-280] 

State of New- \ 

Hampshire J This may certify that Ananias Tubbs served as a 
private in Col. Nichols's regiment of Levies in the year 1777 — that 
he has produced sufficient evidence that while in the service of the 
United States he received a ball in his left hip which now remanes 
there — & that we judge him to be so far disabled as to be entitled 
to a pension of nine shillings per month from the first day of 
Sepf 1777 

Joseph Gilman 

Exeter 16 th June 1787 Sam 1 Tenney 

[8-281] 

State of New Hampshire 

Swanzey June 9 th 1786 
This may Certify that Ananias Tubbs was a Soldier in the Com- 
pany of which I was Ensign in Col. Nichols's Regiment in the 
Expedition to Bennington in the year 1777, and that said Tubbs 
was wounded at the engagement at Bennington the 16 th of August 

in said year T ,, 

J James Heaton 



488 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

State of New-Hampshire 

Swanzey June 9 th 
This may Certify that, I the subscriber had under my care as 
a Chirurgeon M r Ananias Tubbs of said Swanzey, who was wounded 
at the Battle at Bennington in the year 1777 and that the Ball 
wherewith he was wounded now remains in his Body whereby he 
is in some Measure Discommoded is his Work 

Calvin Frink 

Swanzey, October 3 th 1787 
To John Taylor Gilman Esq — Treasurer of the State of New 

Hampshire 

Sir Please to Pay to Cap. Isaac Hammond all the Wages that 

I have Due from Said State and this order Shall Discharge you 

for the Same from me 

his 

Attest, Annanias X Tubbs 

David Belding Jun r mark 



[8-282] 

[Martha, widow of Col. Joseph Wait, of Claremont?^ 

Exeter Aug 18 1786 
Rec d of Joseph Pearson a Certificate in favor of Martha Wait 
for five hundred seventy six pounds nineteen shillings and six 
pence in full for pay Benja Sumner 

[See Vol. XL p. 376.] 

[Col. Wait was wounded in a skirmish, and died Sept. 13, 1776, 
at Clarendon, Vt, on his way home. A monument was erected 
there by his fellow officers. — Ed.] 



[8-283] [ Weymouth Wallace, of Epsom.] 

This may certify that Weymouth Wallace of Epsom, a soldier 
in Capt Dearborn's Company & Colo Starks Reg* in the year 1775, 
was wounded at Bunker Hill when bravely opposing the Enemies of 
America, by which Accident he is render'd incapable of Performing 
duty in the field — and is therefore recommended to receive the 
benefit of the resolution of Congress in such cases — 

Epsom 14 Nov r 1778 — Mich 1 M c Clary 

Then Ensign in s d Compy 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 489 

Epping Nov r 25 th 1778 
this May Certify whom it may Concerne that wamoth Wallace 
of Cap 1 H. Dearborns Comp y Col° Starks Reg* Rec d a wound in the 
Carpes or wrist in the action of the 17 th of June 1775 which wound 
has (Notwithstanding all the Afforts that Could be made to Prevent) 
Rendered that Limb almost Useless — 

Test Obadiah Williams R. Surg n 

State of New Hampshire November 25 th 1778 
To John Taylor Gilman, Officer appointed to Register wounded 
Soldiers &c — 

Pursuant to Votes of the Council and Assembly Enroll Waymouth 
Wallace who was a Soldier in Cap* Dearborns Company Col Starks 
Regiment who was wounded at Bunker hill, and allow him half pay 
from the first day of January 1776. 

also Enroll Jonathan Chapman a Soldier in Cap' Morrills Company 
in the year 1776 who by hardships in the Campaign has become a 
Cripple and allow him half pay from the first day of July 1776 

M Weare Pres 1 

[See Vol. XL p. 631.] 



[8-284] [ William Wallace, of Deerfield.] 

Exeter Aug st 26 th 1786. 
By a Return of the Third New Hampshire Regiment in the Con- 
tinental Army, it appears that William Wallace engaged as a private 
March 5 th 1777. and was discharged March 20 th 1780 — 

Attest 1 " Josiah Gilman Jun r one 

of the Com tee on Depreciation 
Whom it may concern 

Northhampton September 15 1786 
I Sartfy that william Wallace Lested with me March the 5 1777 
and was wounded September the 19 in his arm and beak wich I was 
witness to it 

James Wedgwood Commander 

of Said Compey at that Said time 

State of New Hampshire. This may certify that William Wallace 
served as a private in the third New Hampshire Regiment — that he 
received a wound through his Elbow & Body at Bemis's Heights in 

33 



490 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

the Service of the United States as appears by sufficient authority — 
& that we judge him to be disabled in such a degree as to be entitled 
to a pension of sixteen shillings per month from 20 th of March 1780, 
the time of his discharge. 

Exeter 15 th Sept r 1786. Josiah Gilman Jun r 1 1 

Sam. Tenney j 5- 

Deerfield October 3 d 1788 then William Wallis appeared and 
made oath that he was an Inhabetent of and Now Lived in the 
perish of Deerfield 

before me — Jeremiah Eastman Ju l Peace 



[8-285] \_J0h1i Ward, of Ke7isington^\ 

State of New Hampshire. This certifies that John Ward served 
as a private soldier in Col Reid's Regiment — that he has pro- 
duced sufficient evidence that he was worn out in the Service of 
the United States and discharged as a pensioned Invalid — & that 
we judge him to be entitled to a pension of twenty shillings per 
month, to commence from the sixth day of January one thousand 
seven hundred & eighty three. 

Exeter 30 th Dec r 1786. Josiah Gilman Jun r 1 

Sam 1 Tenney J Committee 

Exeter Decern 1 " 30, 1786 John Ward came before me one of the 
Justices of the County of Rockingham in the State of New Hamp- 
shire & made Oath that he is an Inhabitant of the Town of Ken- 
sington in said County — 

Attest 1, Josiah Gilman Jun r Just e Pacis 

Exeter Feb y 5 1787 — Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate 
for forty two pounds sixteen shillings & eight pence in favor of 
John Ward in full for pay as an Invalid to July 31, 1786 — 

per Philemon Blake 



[8-286] \John Whitehorn, of Nottingham.'] 

To the Hon ble the Council & House of Representatives for the 
State of New Hampshire, Sitting at Exeter March 18 th 1779 — 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 49 1 

The Petition of John Whitehorn of Nottingham in the County 
of Rockingham in s d state humbly Sheweth, That your Petitioner 
Engaged in the public Service in the defence of his Country in 
the year 1776 and at Ticonderoga was wounded in his knee by a 
Musket Ball by means of which he hath undergone great pain and 
Entirely lost the use of his knee joint which has rendered him 
incapable of Labour, that he is poor and hath a Family which are 
greatly distressed for want of his Assistance which he cannot afford 
them, that he Expended considerable Sums in getting home from 
the Army, and Since to Physicians an Ace 1 of which he herewith 
Exhibiteth — Wherefore he prays relief of your honours & he as in 
duty bound will ever pray — 

his 

John X Whitehorn 
Witness N. Emery mark 

Berwick July 1779 
I hereby Certify that John Whitehorn of Nottingham in the 
State of New Hampshire served as a soldier at Ticonderoga in 
the year 1776 in a Company whereof Samuel Johnson was Captain 
in Col Wigglesworths Regiment and while in the Service there 
was wounded in the Ham by a Musket Ball which has occasioned 
the loss of the use of his knee joint and rendered him uncapable 
of Labour. 

James Roberts Lieu 1 Col of said Reg 1 

[8-288] 

State of New Hampshire Rockingham ss 
this May Certify all whome it May Consern that John White Horn 
of the Town of Nottingham in the State of Newhamp r in the year 
1776 Inlisted into the Sarvice of the united States of america in 
one of the Massachusetts Regiments Commanded by Col Wiggles- 
worth and that we have been informed that as said Whithorn was 
on Duty Cuting Hay in a Meadow He was by actident Shot 
through the Knee by a Muskit Ball which wound Has Intirly 
Disanabled Him from Supporting Him Self by Labour Besides 
Paying Large Bills to the Docters for Doctering Since He Came 
Home which by Reason of His being Poor and Having a Larg 
and Expencive Family to Maintain Depending Intirly on His La- 
bour Renders it Very Defucult for Him and Recommends Him to 
the Publick Notice 

Tho s Bartlett ) c , . -, 
-rr , T ,1 f Select Men 
Vowel Leathers > r at *.*.- u 
t 4-u /- (of Nottingham 
Jonathan Gove ) & 



4Q2 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-287] Andover, [Mass.] August 18 1786 

This May Sertifie that John Whitehorn Served as a Soldier, at 
Ticondaroga In the Five munths Servic in Co 11 Edward Wigels- 
worths Regemet in My Company In the year 1776 and Was 
wounded in Said Servis By a haul that Went through his kne 

Samuel Johnson Cap 1 in s d Regem 1 

Haverhill [Mass.] Aug 1 21, 1786 

This may Certify that John Whitehorn a Soldier in Cap 1 Sam 1 
Johnsons Company, Col Wigglesworths Reg* and Brig r Gen 1 Brick- 
etts Brigade, rec d , a very dangerous wound while on Duty near 
Crown Point some time in the month of aug 1 1776 by which he 
was in great danger of loseing his life, and by reason of which 
wound he has been ever since unable to labor for the support of 
himself & Family, — the wound was by a Ball which pass d thr° 
the joint of the knee and lodg d under the knee Pann — 

John Wingate Surgeon of s d Reg' at 

Ticonderoga in the year 1776 — 

State of New Hampshire Rockingham ss 
John Whitehorn came before me one of the Justices of the 
Peace for the County of Rockingham in said State and made Oath 
that he was examined by Joseph Gilman Esq & Doct r Sam 1 Tenney 
two of the Committee appointed by said State for that purpose, ob- 
tained a Certificate and that he is now an Inhabitant of the Town of 
Nottingham in the County of Rockingham 
Sworn to before me this 17 Sept 1788 — 

Joseph Pearson Just e Pacis 



[8-289] \_Jonathan Wooley.~\ 

To the Honorable the Senate and the Honorable the House of 
Representatives for the State of New Hampshire Convened at Con- 
cord in said State June 2 d 1790 — The Petition of Jonathan Wooley 
now residing at Thomlinson in the State of Vermont — Humbly 
Sheweth. 

That your Petitioner Served as a private soldier in the Army of 
the United States in the late War with great Britain in the year 
1777 in Col. Scammels Regiment and Capt. William Ellis's Company 
and in the Battle with General Burgoyne on the seventh of October 
in said year, your Petitioner was wounded, and on account of which 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 493 

wound, he has received and been allowed a Pension as an Invalid, 
that your Petitioner in the beginning of the year 1787, for more con- 
venient living removed into the State of Vermont and has resided 
there ever since, that your Petitioner has not received any of his 
Pension for near Four years and has made no application therefor, 
expecting not to have it allowed by not residing in the State of 
New Hampshire or one of the States in the Union, your Petitioner 
then prays that your Honors would take the aforesaid matter into 
your consideration and order that he may be paid what is in arears 
of the Pension aforesaid notwithstanding his not being at present an 
Inhabitant of the State of New Hampshire, your Petitioner being in 
very low and Indigent Circumstances and in great need of such as- 
sistance, being unable to endure hard and constant Labor — 

And as in Duty Bound shall ever pray 

Jonathan Woolley 

Dated at Swanzey State of New Hampshire March 6 th 1790 

[8-290] 

State of New Hampshire 1 d In the house of Representatives April 
F J 3 d 1779 — 

The Committee on Sick & wounded Officers & Soldiers reported 
that Jonathan Wolley be Allowed the Sum of Twenty three pounds 
Six Shillings and Eight pence for Sundry Expences and Surgeons 
Bills & that on his lodging a Certificate of the nature of his wound 
from the Surgeon with the proper Officer he be enrolled to receive 
half pay from the first day of January 1778 until further order 
Signed Geo King for the Committee which report being read & 
considered Voted that it be received & accepted & that the pres- 
ident give order Accordingly — 

Sent up for concurrence — John Langdon Speaker 

In Council the same day read and concurred 

E Thompson Sec 17 

There is due to Jonathan Wolley, Seventy Two pounds in full 
of half Pay to January i* 1784, agreeable to a Vote of the General 
Court passed April 3 d 1779 

£72. Eph m Robinson Pay Mas r 

Exeter April 2 d 1784 Rec d an Order on the Treasurer for the 
above Sum 

Jonathan woolley 



494 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

We the Subscribers having this day examined the wound re- 
ceived by Jon a Wooley (a Soldier in Col Scammells Reg 1 ) at y e 
Battle near Saratoga on the 7 th of October 1777, do certify that 
the nature of his wound is such that he ought to be enrolled on the 
half pay List agreeable to a Vote of the General Court passed 
April 3 d 1779 — 

Exeter April 2 d 1784. M. Thornton 

Stepn Marsh 

[8-291] 

Exeter Feb y 1, 1785 Then receiv'd an Order on the Treasurer 
for a Note on Interest payable in one year from the Date thereof 
for Twelve pounds in full for half pay as an Invalid pensioner 
from 1 Jan* 1784 to 1 Jan? 1785 — 

;£ 12.0.0 Jonathan woolley 

State of New Hampshire Portsmouth Feb y 17 — 1786 This certi- 
fies that there appears to be clue to Jonathan Woolley Seven pounds 
in full for half pay from Jan y 1, 1785 to July 31 1785 incluseive 

£7 Joseph Pearson Regs tr Inv ds 

Portsm 17 Jan y 1787 — 
Receivd of Joseph Pearson a Certificate in favor of Jon a Wooley 
for twelve pounds in full for half pay to 31 July 1786 — 

Jeremiah Stiles 



[8-292] [ William Wood, of Ho His.} 

To the Honorable Council & House of Representatives for the 
State of New Hampshire assembled at Exeter January 

Humbly sheweth, William Wood of Hollis in said State, that he 
Inlisted into the Servis of his Country at the beginning of the 
dispute between great Britain & the United States of America ; 
& had the misfortune to be wounded at the Battle at Bunker Hill 
on the 17 th day of June 1775, in his Arm by a Musket Ball, 
whereby he was put to great pain, & distress, &c — by means 
whereof he has lost the use of his Arm in a great Measure, 
wherefore he humbly prays, that the Honorable Court would take 
his case into your Consideration & grant him such relief as to 
your Honours shall seem meet (agreable to Resolves of Congress) 
& your Petitioner as in Duty bound shall ever pray — 

Hollis June 21 st 1779 — William wood 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 495 

This Certifies that William Wood of Holies in the State of New 
Hampshire inlisted into my company in April 1775 & was wounded 
in the Battle at Bunkerhill June 17 th 1775 in the Arm by a Mus- 
ket Ball, by which means he has lost in a great Measure the use 
of his Arm & by all appearance will never have the full use of it 
again — 

Holies June 22 d 1779 Reuben Dow Captain 

To the honourable Court this is to Certify that William Wood 
Rec d a wound in his Arm, in Bunkerhill fight, that so fractur'd 
the Bone as Rendered the Elbow Joint Entirely Stiff & Useless 

John Tenny (phys n ) 

[8-293] 

State of New Hamp r . In the House of Representatives June 
y e 22 d 1779 — 

The Committee on the Petition of sick and wounded Soldiers 
&c reported their opinion that William Wood a Soldier in Cap 1 
Dows Company in the year 1775 wounded in the battle at Bunker 
hill, is entitled to half Pay agreeable to resolves of Congress to 
begin January I st 1776 and ending January I st 1778 being two years 
and three quarter Pay beginning the first day of said January 1778 
and to Continue during the Pleasure of the General Court and that 
he be Entered on the Roll for that Purpose Accordingly all which is 
Humbly Submitted by Moses Nichols for the Committee 

Which Report being read and Considered Voted that the same be 
Received and accepted 

Sent up for Concurrence John Langdon Speaker 

In Council the same day Read and Concurred 

E Thompson Secretary 

[8-294] 

William wood Debf 
for Dressing his fractur'd Arm Sundry times &c 
1. 16.3 John Tenny 

william wood Joyned the Company September 16 Day 

[8-293] 

Exeter December 5 th 1782 Received of Eph m Robinson a Certif- 
ycate for Twenty one pounds for my Quarter of monthly Pay in full 
to December I st 1782. William wood 



496 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[8-294] 

There is due to William Wood Eight Pounds, in full of one Quar- 
ter of Monthly Pay due to him (as an Invalid Pensioner) to April i* 
1784 — Eph m Robinson Pay Masf 

Exeter April 6 th 1 784 

Receivd an Order on the Treasurer for Eight pounds — 

Abijah Wright 

Exeter April 6 th 1784 Received of Eph m Robinson a Certificate 
for Eight Pounds which is in full of William Woods Quarter of 
Monthly Pay to April i l 1784 — 

£8 — Abijah Wright 

August 9th 1785 Received of Joseph Pearson a Certificate in 
favor of William Wood an Invalid for eight pounds in full for pay at 
10 s per m° from 1 April 1784 to the 31 st July 1785 inclusively 

Daniel Emerson ju r 

Exeter Sept 14 th 1786 Receivd of Joseph Pearson a Certificate 
for six pounds in favor of William Wood in full for pay as an Invalid 
to 31 July 1786 — per Daniel Emerson ju r 

;£6.0.0 



EDITORIAL NOTE. 

The following documents will be found valuable to town histo- 
rians, as they designate the residences of many men not elsewhere 
stated. They include all of the town accounts for service, and all 
the returns of men furnished, that can be found. The editor re- 
grets that they are incomplete, notwithstanding the strict exami- 
nation he has made of all the ancient documents in the state 
archives, various historical institutions, and private collections. 
One collection, which he has not been permitted to examine, may 
contain documents of much value, and it is hoped they will become 
available in time for publication in the appendix to this volume. 
As the originals from which many of the following documents are 
copied contain writing on both sides of the paper, it was not 
practicable to arrange the matter so methodically as the editor 
desired ; but as all names are indexed, everything relating to towns 
and individuals can readily be found. 

The"r" following names indicates recruit, and "w" enlisted for 
the war. 



[RECORD OF TOWN RETURNS.] 



[9-i] 
Tho s Shaw 



Wm English 
Jon a Eaton r. 
John Morril r. 
Dan 1 Emery r. 



Allenstown. 



Atkinson. 



1 78 1 Mar 22 
do do 
do May 22 



Cato Hale r. 
Sam 1 Morrill r 
Edward Sawyer r. 
Jere Foster r. 



1 78 1 May 22 

1782 May 7th 

1782 May 7 

1782 do 29 



Amherst. 



Dan 1 Wilkins r. 1781 March 15th Jude Hall Kensington 

John Abbot Goss r. do do Calvin Honey dead Dec r 1781 al- 

Jos. Peadrick r. do do lowed 

Francis Lovejoy r. do do Joseph Wilson 

Jos Lovejoy r. do April 27th John Peabody 



Henry Hunt r. 6 m° 
David Hildreth r. 6 m° 
Eben Curtice r. 6 m° 
Nahum Baldwin ju r. 6 m° 
Allen Stewart r. 6 m° 
Joseph Nichols r. 6 m° 
James Cochran War 
Michael Lamy never joind 
Farrar Miller Temple 

W m Brown 
John Grout 



Andrew Bradford 
James Auld 
W m Hey wood 
Adam Patterson 
Thomas Peabody 
Daniel Wesson 
Enoch Carlton 
Benjamin Tuck 
Henry Handley 
Ephraim Goose 
Peter Goose 



1782 



W m Cowen r. 6 m° Lieu* Boynton enlisted him for 3 y r Dec r 31, 1781 

allowed 
Alex r Runnels July 1782 supposed to be engag d by Serj 1 Cook see 

Town Claims. 



[9-2] 

Moses George 1781 Ap 1 19 th 
Joseph Clark 1782 May 3 



Antrim. 

Isaac Patterson 1782 May 11 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



499 



Andover, formerly New Briton. 

Josh a Danforth war Nath 1 Call Ap 1 1782 April 30 

Edw d Danforth 6 m° John Raino war 

John Chandler 6 m° John Ash war 

Joseph Tucker 6 m° Zach h Hunt war Sandown 

Cha s Bowles 2 years man — time out Feb y 1780 



Al stead. 



Jos Mack 
David Abram 



Paris Richardson 

David Nevins 

[9-3] 

Benj Cotton 



Obiediah Kingsbury 
Thos Wilson 



Matthew Greer 



Ackworth. 

Simeon Powers 

Alexandria. 

Dan 1 M c Murphy 1781 March 21 
Bozv. 



Stephen McCoy 
Alpheus Reed deserted Jan? 10 Benj Jennings 6 m° 
1778 



James Moore 1782 1 , -^ -^ 
Moses Moore " | D y^ r y e 



Brintwood. 

David Morgan 
Moses Roberts 
Sam 1 Judkins 
Benj Ward r. 
EzekJ York r. 



1 78 1 Mar. 13th 
do do 13 



Abel Morril 

Alex r Smith 

William Cutler 

Benj Leach 

Robt York r. 1781 Mar 13th 

Eben Smith r. do do 13 

Math w N Sanborn engag'd during the War Jan y 1777 

Nehe h Merril r. 1781 March 27 

Dudley Kelley 6 m° Winthrop Thing 6 m° 

Joseph Keniston do Cato Smith r. 1782 May 3 d 

Roger Blasdel July 2 1782 

Bamstead. 

Jon a Bunker July 27 1782 John Chase Aug. 22 1782 

[9-4] Batrington. 

John Holmes r. 1781 Ap 1 17 W m Babb July 4 th 1782 



500 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Solomon Gray 1781 Ap l 17 
Levi Danielson 6 M° 
Samuel Arlen war 
Benj Willie war Loudon 

Joseph Hall 



John Rollins 


July 5 th 1782 


James Danielson 


do 18 th do 


Stephen Hall 


do do 


Elijah Hall 


do do 


Webber Rowe 


26 do 



Bedford. 



Tho s Matthews died March 16th 

1781 
Levi Whitman returned in 1781 
Sam 1 Fugard 

John Gault r. 1781 Mar. 12 
John Griffin r. 1781 Feb? 21 
Stephen Woods r. — March 30 th 



Patrick Fling 6 m° 
Isaac Riddle 6 m° 
Hugh Jameson 6 m° 
Nehemiah Lincoln r. 1782 May 
Isaac Wilkins 1782 by E Frye 
James Gordon do do 



Boscawen. 

Peter R Stevens John Robertson 

Aaron Hale Furloughed by Gen 1 Stark allowed good by the Commit- 
tee for this year. 
Edward Evens Plymouth Geo Sheppard 

John Trickey Josh a Danforth W. 

Josiah Burbank W. Jon a Uran r. Mar. 23 rd 1780 

Mathew Holcomb, deserted taken up in 1781 & sent on but 
joined 



never 



[9-5] 



New Boston. 



Rob 1 Livingston Andrew White 

And w M c Intire John Smith 

Tho s M c Neil Sam 1 Boyd 

Jon a Margery no return — Invalid at Portsm 

Zadock Read Furloughd Jan^ 80, not join'd — Join'd Ap 1 1, 1781 

Benj a Stone r. 1781 April 10th 1782 Matthew Steward by E Frye 

Candia. 



Henry Gotham 6 M 







Nat Wadley 6 M° 




David Bagley 


do 






W m Patten do 




Dan 1 Libbe 








John Caldwell 




John Lovren 








John Kent 




Ezek 1 Smith 




June 


19 1782 


Jon a Norris 


July 2 d 1782 


Peter Cammet 




July 


2 d do 


Eben r Eaton 


do do 


Moses Norris 




do 


5 th do 


John Moore 


do 5 th do 


Benj a Sanborn 




do 


do do 


Jason Hazard 


do 8 th do 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



501 



Concord. 



Salem Colby 

John Merril 

Nathan Shead 

Tho s Pitts 

Keys Bradley r. 3 y 1781 June 24 th 

Will m Lyons r. do do Ap 1 26 

Jos ph Hale r. do do April 26 

Peaslee Eastman r. 6 m° 

May 10 th Nathan Stevens r. 1782 

Reuben Blanchard r. 6 m° 
May 10 th Jonathan Moulton r. 1782 
May 10 th Edward West r. 1782 
May 10 th Enoch Badger r. 1782 
May 15 John Blanchard r. 1782 



Elip 1 Caswell 

Jacob Eastman 

Solo" Chadman 

Beriah Abbot r. 3 y 1781 May 29 



Eph m Hoyt r. 6 m° 



[9-6] 

Jere h Abbot 6 M° 

Neal Cate 6 M° 

Benj Brown 

Benj B Berry 

W m Greenleaf June 25 1782 



Chichester. 



Elip 1 Connor 6 M° 
Dan 1 Page 6 M° 
Nath Marston 
Jos. Smith June 12 1782 



Chester. 



■i*7m r • \ Feb? 27 1 78 1 
W» Garrison } chuset / s to 7 ok 



Massa- 



Muster'd by Col S. Folsom 
him by a prior enlistment 
Rich d Flood r. March 14 th 1781 Stephen Keyes r. March 21 1781 

Jos. Davis r. April 5th do 

Sam Houston 6 M° 



Valentine Sergent r. 23 

Sam 1 Richardson r. April 14 th 

Moses Webster 6 M° 

Reuben Tole do 

Geo Mansfield r. 3 years Aug 

Thomas Wells 

Geo Cooper 

Peter Wells 

Reuben Stickney 1782 April 

Daniel Clay do 

Edw d Hamilton do 

Thomas Dolloof do May 

William Batchelder 1782 

Daniel Doyne 1782 



do 
do 



I2 tn 
15 th 
16 th 



15 



Sam 1 Robie do 
Dan 1 Parker do 
1781 
Sam 1 Hoit 
Enos Jewell 

deserter 
John Worth r, 
Joseph Tucker do 
Abraham Brown do 
Moses Basford do 
Eben r Currier do 

William Hall 1782 



Southampton 

1782 April 12 th 
15 th 
16 th 

May 2 d 



io l 



502 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Andrew Nelson 1782 May 30 th Robert H Hill 1782 May 15 th 
Tho s Downing 1783 Jan 24 Ch a Breed 1783 Jan 27 

Certificate given for 21 men's Bounties Dec. 8, 1785. 

[9-7] Canterbury. 

Nat Glines Benoni Drew 

Michael Sutton r. March 23 d 1781 Morril Sheppard r. April 26 th 81 

W m Glines r. March 23 d 1781 Edmund Colby r. March 23 d 81 

Dan 1 Colby r. do do W m Rynes r. do do 

Elkins Moore r. do do Abner Hoyt 1782 by E Freye 

Campton. 

Silas Fox John Riaut deserter Plastow 

John Archibald W m Hobart 1782 June 16 

Conway. 

Samuel Wilson Florence M c Calley 

Henry Hill r. 1781 March 2 d Nich s Coffin r. 1781 March 2 

Tho s Gates Leach r. 1781 March 2 

Benj a Heath Hazens Reg 1 claimed by Conway July 4 1782 

Charlestown. 

Tim Newton John Cross 

Ch a Dorothy Benoni Hill 

Elisha Adams not return'd John Larrabee 

Gilbert Caswel Aaron Adams 
Joel Read in Hazen's Reg* 

[9-8] Cornish. 

David Haskell r. 1782 May 10 

Joseph Spaulding r. 1782 do Daniel Putnam 

Claremont. 

Solomon Harris 1 Reg 1 Mar 22 1778 
Thomas Osgood 1 R Mar 12 1778 
Ebenezer Matthews 1 R Mar 12 1778 
Gideon Kirkland 3 R June 6 1779 
Asaph Butler 1 R Ap 1 . 1, 1778 
Amos Snow 1 R Dec 28 1779 
Sam 1 G. Allen 1 R Mar 1, 1779 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 503 

Croydon. 
Ezekiel Rooks r. 1782 May 10 

Canaan. 
Jon a Lock r. 1782 July 2 d (Ellis M. Mas r ) 

Cockermonth. 

Stephen Ames Jim r. March 17 1781 
Gideon Fletcher r. do do 

[9-9] Deerfield. 

Nat Moulton Jethro Pettingal 

Dan 1 M c Coy Jon a M c Coy 

Thom s Mathes John Jewel 

Dan 1 Matthes no return, he did not join until Jan y 1782 

Jacob Morse Reuben Rand 

John Abbot Loudon Claimed Since the act of March 21 st 1782 



Ezek 1 Thustin r. March 8 1781 Bernard Sargent r. March 8 


1781 


Peter Stevens r. do do Rob 1 Chase r. do 


do 


Jon a Griffin r. do do Jo Grant r. April 13 


do 


Josiah Bachellor r. April 13 do Benj Towle r. 




W m Cushing Dec r 25 1782 




[9-10] Derry field. 




John Hanson r. 1781 Feb? 22 d Amos Martin 6 M° 




W ra Nutt 6 M° Robert M c Knight 




Mark Duty recruit in 1782 Ap 1 19 




Moses Chandler July 15 1782 




Dover. 




Joseph Burnham Anthony Hanson 




John Ham Zoath Henderson 




Daniel Horn Elijah Howe 




Robin Hanson never joined Jotham Nute 




Stephen Meeder Phineas Wentworth 




Francis Wall Eben Cook 




Job Kenniston Paul Cook 




Aaron Bickford Tho s Cook 





Geo Yeaton deserted 1777 taken up & sent forward & not joined 

Jany 1 78 1 
Philip Stevenson r. died July 1781 Must d March 15 th 



504 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Ben Watson r. 1781 May 24 Ja Stevenson r. 1781 March 15 

Winthrop Peavy r. 1781 March I st Douglass Stagpole r. 1781 May 24 
Mich 1 Sudrick r. 1781 May 12 th John Gray r. 1781 April 17 
Prince Clements r. died Nov 20 1781 Must d April 11 th 

[9-1 1 ] Durham. 

Jo Bunker John Buss 

Dependence Colbath Eben Crommit 

David Copps Lemuel Dudy 

Henry Durgin Andrew Johnson 

David Kenniston Volentine Laighton 

Abra. Perry Benj Pindar 

Moses Spencer John Mitchel 

Stephen Noble Sam 1 Thompson 
John Smith Invalid 

[9-12] Deering. 

Nath 1 Grimes alias Graham gave up to Deering by Cap 1 Symonds — 

Noah Downs Dunstable; State Ami Andros 1782 July 

Sam Downing Joseph M c Cluer r. 6 m° 

Sam 1 Ramsey r. 6 m° Hugh Gogin r. 1782 3 y r May 6 

Taylor Joislin r. 1782 4y rs May 7 

Duxbury & Mile slip. 

Daniel Barker r. 1781 Feb? 27 th 

Dunbarton. 

Nich s Dodge r. 1781 Mar 9th W m Ordway 6 m° 

Andrew Kauhow 6 m° John Dorman 

John Morgin Moses Heath r. 1781 Salem 

George Emerson r. May 3 d 1782 Asa Putney r. May 3 1782 

Geo M c Alpine r. do do Peasly Eastman r. 1782 May 21 

Moses Reed 1782 — E Frye M. M. [Muster Master.] 

Dunstable. 

John Manning Elip 1 Manning 

Eben r Fosgat Peter Honey 

Eph ra Blood W m Mann no return 

John Cockle in the Train, perhaps 

James Sales Isaac Adams Join'd June 20 th 1781 

Noah Downs Deering ; State. W m Gibbs no return 

Simeon Butterfield r. 6 m° 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



505 



Dublin. 

Hart Balch r. 17S1 April 24 
James Chamberlain r. 1781 April 24 

Barth Gloyn * r. 1781 April 24 John Stone r. 1781 April 24 
Jon a Morse r. do do James Houghton 1782 June 4 

[* Goyer] 



[9-13] 

Jonathan Kelley 
Tho s B Ashton r. 



Epping. 



1781 Feb? 12 
Josiah Megoon r. 1781 Mar 3 d 
Jos Johnson r. 1781 Mar 3 d 
Dan 1 Rowel r. 1781 Mar 17 
Benj Smith 6 m° 
W m Mellin 6 m° 
John Rollins do 
Sam 1 Daniels do 
Sam 1 Whitehorn do 
Eben Spencer Jun r do 
Moses Hunt no return 
Jonathan Rundlet r. 1782 May 9 
Benj a Smart r. 1782 do 

Abra. Tucker r. 1782 Aug. 2 d 
David Meloon r. 1782 Dec r 18 
Enoch Dockum Join'd Mar 12 1781 
John White 1782 Oct° 18 Must d by S Folsom 
1783 Jan. 20 Winthrop Pickering Must d by C. Robinson 

[A red line is drawn diagonally through the names of the 6 
men. — Ed.] 



Cato Fisk 

Eben Hoag r. 1781 Mar 3 d 

Josiah Meloon r. 1781 Ap 1 30 

Andrew Bickford r. 1781 Mar 3 C 

Moses Straw r. 1781 April 25 

Josiah Brown 6 m° 

Dan 1 Johnson 6 m° 

W m M c Daniel do 

John Banford do 

Eben Spencer do 

John M c Coy do 

Benjamin Smith r. 1782 May 9 

James Norris r. 1782 do 

John Fox r. 1782 July 8 th 

Daniel Cross r. 1782 Dec 18 

Abra. Matthews 1782 Dec 25 



mo. 



Theo s Cass 
Sam 1 Lock 
John Jenness 
Benj a Berry 

[9-14] 

Daniel Morse 
Samuel Norris 
Thomas Webster 
Jon a Flood 

34 



Epsom. 

Moses Lock 
Rich d Drought 
Andrew M c Gaffey 

Exeter. 

James Norris 
John Wadleigh 
Carter Gilman 
Jon a Hill 



$06 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Enoch Morse Moses Lougee 

W m Gordon John Hilton 

Henry Barter Dan 1 Sullivan 

James Dockam Benj Morse 

Sam 1 Marsh Rich d Cook 

Mich 1 George Samuel Lock Hamptonfalls 

John Weeks Zepheniah Downs 

John Edwards r. 1781 Ap 1 4 Eliph 1 Rollins r. Ap 1 23 

Eph m Dudley r. Ap 1 28 John Powell 

William Nelley Invalid 

Franccstown. 

Nathan Aldridge — Must d April 5, 81. deserted from the 7 th Co. I s 

Reg* Nov r 1 1 78 1 
James Moore r. 1781 May 23 W m Nutt r.*6 m° 

Ch a Kavannah r. 6 m° Ebenezer Coston r. 1782 May 7th 

John M c Laughlin r. 1782 May 7th 

Fitswilliam. 

John Barker never joined Jo Fasset deserted 1780 

Stephen Richardson r. Feb y 23 1781 

John Farrar r. April 3, 1781 Stephen White r. Feb y 27, 1781 

Dan 1 Gould Jun r Feb y 23 1781 James Foster r. Feb y 23 1781 
Rufus Patrick r. July 15 1782 Musterd by B Ellis 
Certified Nov. 7, 1785. 

[9-15] FisJiersfield \_Nezvb?iry\ 

Isaac Clements r. 1781 May 18 David Clark r. 1782 May 13 

Effingham. 

Eliph* Webb 6 M° Benj Lamprey Aug 4 1782 

Gilmantozvn. 

Ezek 1 Gilman Tho s Currier 

Loudon Daily Nehe h Leavit r. 1781 Feb y 17th 

James Hern Henry Danforth r. 1781 Ap 1 5th 

Geo Montgomery r. for the War 1781 Feb y 10 

Elisha Hutchinson Jonathan Taylor recruit 6 m° 

Ammi Choat recruit 6 m° John Cotton r. 6 m° 

Joseph Morril r. 6 m° Benj a Libbey r. 6 m° 

W m Hamblet July 31 1782 Timothy Head Aug st 15 1782 

James Head Aug st 15 1782 Robinson Smith — 22 1782 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. S°7 

Gilsum. 
David Adams 
Peter Beebe by Com tees of Safety their order Sep* 19 1782 

[9-16] Greenland. 

Tho Neal ^ James Floyd Stratham 

Tho Williams I >. _ Daniel Pinkham 

Phin Hodgdon f Joseph Campredon not return'd 

Clem Neal J Joseph Anderson never join'd 

John Merrit not return'd Joseph Woodman not return'd 

James Brown time out 3 y rs man not return'd 

Tumbrel Pickering a negro r. 1781 Ap 1 28th 

Philip Johnson Thomas Blazo Dec r 13 1782 

John Foss Philip Johnson July 3 d 1782 

William Lewey Nathan Marston Dec r 13 1782 

Josiah Allen July 16 th 1782 Paul Blazo do 10 1782 

Goffstown. 

John Sessions Ichabod Martin 

Tim Moshier Samuel Smith 

Reuben Kidder r. 1781 Feb y 27 th Jesse Dickey r. — March 22 d 

Obed M c Lane r. 3 Years 1781 Octo 15 

London M c Gregore 1782 Must d by E Frye 

Hampstead. 

Duncan Grant W m Heath 

Samuel Davis James Huse 6 M° 

John Griffin 6 M° Job Page do 

John Gilbert do Jon a Rowel do 

John Davis do Robert Hastings 1782 June 4 

Micah Chapman 1782 June 19 Page Towle Aug 24 

Hampton. 

Benj Dockam James Allard 

Jon a Eaton W m Moulton 
Ch a Branscomb r. April 13 1781 Certified 
John Man 6 M° 

Sam 1 George do Jos French 6 M° 

John Page do Moses Merril do 

John Russell r. 1782 Ap 1 4 th Certified 

Nath 1 Smart 1782 July 19 th Levi Francis 



508 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[9- 1 8] Hamptoiifalls. 

John Rawlins r. 1781 April 23 d Jon a Miller r. 1781 April 19 th 
Edw d Wade Melcher Ward 

John Blasdel Sam 1 Locke Exeter 

Chris r Blake \ 6 Months Men 

Tim Shaw > r ts to serve 'till 

James Prescot 3 d ) Decern 1 " 31 st 1781 

Peter Williams r. 1782 April 6 th John Kenney r. 1782 May 31 
James Randal Aug 6 1782 

David Scott enlisted at Camp pr Capt n Cherry's Certificate allowed 
by the Commit ee Safety Octo 4 1782 

Hawke \_Danville\. 

Enos Challis Jean Jaques G La Jennesse 
Humphrey Silk r. Must d March 16 th 1781 

W m Thompson r. must d March 16 th 1781 

deserted July 7 1781 

Ezek 1 Flanders 6 M° Jon a Fellows 6 M° 

John Leavitt r. 1782 May 8 th W m P. Prescutt r. 1782 May 8 th 
Benj a Quinby 1782 Aug st 6 

Haverhill. 

John Taylor Moses Duty 

Gains Niles David Ladd not instructed to 

claim him for Haverhill — pr Moses Dow 

Rob 1 Barkly Jon a Saunders 

Joseph Fifield John Hodgdon 

Hancock. 

William Lakin 

[9- 1 9] Henniker. 

Henry Eastman r. 1781 July 13 John Clough 

David E Morril r. do do Sam 1 Spaulding 1782 July 15 

W m Brown r. do do 

Hilsborough. 

Stephen Andrews Nathan Taylor r. 1781 April 6 

Rob 1 Finne r. 1781 March 28 Thomas Kimball Negro 

W m Jones 1782 July 15 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 50Q 

Hopkinton. 



Sam 1 Judkins John Scales Farnham 






Francis Craber never joind John Eastman 








Tim Farnham r. 1781 April 5 th Abra. Currier r. ] 


781 April 5 th 


John Eaton r. do do Benj Cressey r. 


do 


do 




Eph m Hildreth r. do do Sam 1 French r. 


do 


do 




Mich 1 Stocker r. do do John Robinson r. 


do 


do 




David Howe r. 








Sam 1 Chace r. 6 m° 1782 for 3 y rs May 4 








Moses Flanders r. 6 m° Benj Quinby r. 6 m 









Daniel Eaton r. 6 m° Moses Colby r. 178: 


2 May 


18 




Daniel Kimbal r. 1782 May 18 Jeremiah Tyler 178 


2 






Stephen Putney r. 1782 do 








Holies. 








Tho s Prat David Sanderson 








Joseph Wheat John Youngman 








Step" Richardson Joel Proctor 








Eli Stiles deserted, returned to his Duty 








James Rolf r. 1781 Feb y 13th John Godfrey r. 


1781 


Mar 


9 


Jacob Hobart r. do Mar 20 Isaac Hobart r. 


do 


May 


17 


Elijah Clark r. do April 5 Asael Twiss r. 


do 


do 


23 


Step" Parker r. do May 23 Edw d Deane r. 


do 


do 


30 


Eze 1 Proctor r. do do 30 Jn° M Handley r 


do 


June 


9 


Ben Walker Grace r. do do 28 John Bonnor r. 


do 


May 


29 



Jabez Youngman 1782 July 15 

[9-21] Jaffrey. 

Benj Stone r. war Feb y 6, 1781 

Moses Cutter r. 3 years Mar 16, 1781 

Daniel Harper r. 3 years Mar 19, 1781 

Benj a Dole r. 3 year Ap 1 5 1781 Mich 1 Silk 

John Dole r. do Ap 1 5 1781 Henry Thompson Loudon 

Asaph Brigham r. July 3 1782 

Kingston. 

Elip* Quinby Josiah Bede 

James Bowles James Bowley 

Tho s Watson Joseph Gordon 

Jon a Webster not returnd David Luce r. 1781 Mar 23 d 

Jo. Homan r. 1781 April 7 th Ephraim Severance in the Artillery 



510 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

James Campbel 6 M° Peter Abbot 6 M° 

Dan 1 Bickford 6 M° Rich d Loverin 6 M° 

Thorn 5 Cammett r. 1782 Mar 6 th Nath 1 Bean r. 1782 Mar 22 

Peter Freeman Negro Joseph Tucker 1782 Aug 20 
James Marston 1782 Aug 22 

East Kingston. 

Philip Blasdel Will m Clifford 

Jethro Barber r. 1781 Mar 22 d Eben r Scribner r. 1781 Mar 22 d 

James Heath 6 M° Abr a Greenaway 6 M° 

John Thompson do Primus Lane r. 1782 May 9 

Thomas Welch 1782 July 17 Benj a Fellows 1782 July 20 

[9-22] Kensington. 

Dennis Bickford Edw d Eastman 

John Nicolle Edw d Leavit 

John Ward Jude Hall 

Sam 1 Smith not returnd at home sick — 1782 May 21, promis'd to 

join his Comp y 
Tim Knox not return'd 

Tho s Rawlins deserted July 6 1780 Wakefield 
Sam Sanders r. March 21 1781 John Mason r. March 21 1781 
Jo Brown Hoyt r. March 21 1781 
Nathan Watson r. April 17 1781 
W m Morrison r. Ap 1 26 1781 
John Webber r. 1782 Mar 13 th 
Hezekiah Colby r. 1782 Ap 1 2 

Keene. 

Silas Porter r. 1781 May 14 th Naboth Bettison 

Caleb Fitch r. 1782 May 17 

Levi Goodenough r. 1782 May 18 

Moses M How r. 1782 July 15 

Arkey Temple r. 1782 July 15 

[9-23] Londonderry. 

John Head Rob 1 Craige 

James Cavanagh Alex r M c Masters 

John Gaffet Tho s Rankin 

Edw d M c Cally 

W m Decannan State. Peterboro'. John Sargent 
Abel Whiting not return'd. taken up 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 5 1 I 

John Allen deserted 1780 resign'd himself to Cap 1 Fogg May 1 1782 

William Colby David Richards 

Allen Anderson r. 1781 Feb y 14 Asa Andrews r. 1781 Feb y 4 

Abner Andrews r 4 Jonas Adams r 15 

David Morrison r 15 Daniel Marsh r 26 

Ch a Burres r 13 Martin Byrne r 15 

James Blair r. March 21 James Boyes r 17 

James Burk r. Feb y 15 Jon a Black r 12 

Pomp Sherburn r 15 John Ward r 13 

John Webb r 14 Arch d Clark r 14 

John M c Carty r 16 John Pease r 17 

Jere h Fairfield r 16 David Dodge 6 M° 

John M c Curdy 1782 July 15 
Charles Cavenaugh 1782 July 15 

[9-24] Lee. 

W m Hill Claimed Since March 21 st 1782 

Moses Runnels Nath 1 Frost 

Israel Runnels Benj a Welch 

Stephen Runnels Aaron Hayes r. 1781 March 26 

Jere h Dutch r. 1781 Ap 1 27 th 

John Weeks Moore r. 1781 March 30 

John Randell July 22, 1782 

Elijah Stanton — 24 " 

Thomas Baker — 24 " 

L itch field. 

W m Raymond never join'd 

Rob' Cunningham r. Mar 20 1781 

Sam 1 Chase Jun r r. 6 m° W m Whittle r. 6 m° 

John Williams r. 1782 Ap 1 8 th 

Stephen R Youngman 1782 July 1 

LyndsborougJi. 

Joseph Wilson John Purple 

Benj Smith Israel Hales r. Feb y 26 

Thom s Sewal never joind John Putnam r. 1781 Feb y 21 

Edw d Spaulding r. 1781 Feb y 21 Moses Ordway r. do do 

Sam Punchard r. do do Luther Smith r. do 28 th 

Isaac Carkin died Dec r 1781 



512 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[9~~ 2 5] Lemster. 

Abner Bingham 

W m Letton decided by the Comm ee July 19 th 1782 

[9-26] London. 

Moses Danforth r. 1781 April 10 Tho s Haines r. 1781 April 26 
Josiah Eastman r. do do 26 Joseph Ellison r. do do do 
Henry Thompson Jaffrey Benj Willie Barrington 

Rober Forrest dischargd in 1781 
John Abbot Deerfield 
John Woolcutt r. 1782 May 17 

Mad bury. 

Rob 1 Odiorne Aug 4 1782 Jedediah Elliot Aug 4 1782 

Winthrop Davis do 7 do Joseph Lord do 26 do 

James Huckins do 26 do Hutchins 

Middletown. 

c ! -r decided by the Com ee of Safety July 1782 
reversed by the Committee Octo r 4 1783 
N B he went for 6 six Months for Middletown 

[9-27] Meredith. 

Aaron Rawlins John Robinson 

Oliver Smith James Sinkler 

Jere Griffin Jn° Dollof for Jon a Smith 

Moultonbord . 

Stephen Atkinson Dan 1 Cary never joind 

James Mason sick at home since March 1778 
W m Thompson r. deserted. 1781 June 19 th ) M d 
Will m Kimbal r. do do 13 th j Must 

Mason. 

Reuben Hosmore Abr a Meriam r. 1781 April 23 d 

Asa Blood r. 1781 April 7 th Nathan Foster r. — May 10 th 

Nathan 1 Barret r — Feb y 27 th Joseph Hodgman r. — May 6 th 
Eleazer Bullard 1782 (E Frye 
Jacob Weathersby do 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 5 1 3 

[9-28] Merrimack. 

James Orr James Dickey 

Nat Dickey John Coudray not return'd 

W m Cook Caesar Barns 

Benj Vickery ) , 

n < JT / T r > 6 mo 
David Truel Jun r ) 

Jon a Barron war musterd Octo 15 1781 

Marlborough. 

Calvin Goodenow Absent July 7, 1777. discharg'd 
Tim^ Rogers no return Jacob Whittier no return 

Adino Goodenow discharg'd Dec r . 18, 1778 by Gen 1 Poor 
Shem Kentfield r. hang'd 1782 June (Must d Ap 1 16, 81. 
Eben r Goodenow r. march 21 1781 John Wilson war 
Allen Runnels war Samuel Lyon war 

Nottingham. 

Tho Hall Sam 1 York North Hampton 

Jo York Moses Davis 

Tho s Welch Jo Nealy 

W m Willie Mat 1 Welch 

Nich s Leathers engagd in 1777 for 3 y rs 

Josiah Clark Nat Randal 

Jesse Clark John Clark 

W m Sipmson [Simpson] Bradstreet Mason 

Sam 1 Trickey North Hampton Paul M c Coy 

Jos. Avery North Hampton James Harvey 

Rich d Sandborn 

Given up three of the above Men to North Hampton 

P r Tho s Bartlet 
[9-29] Northfield. 

Phineas Fletcher r. Mar 23 1781 

Must d by Capt E Frye 
W m Hayes July 13 th 1782 
Reuben Keysey do do 
Jon a Kelley do do 

Northwood. 

Benj a Dowe Simon Knowles 

Benj a Sandborn r. March 14 1781 John Knight July 16 1782 

John Bickford 6 M° And w Willey 6 M° 



514 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Newmarket. 



Aaron Rollins 

Richard Presson 

Sam 1 Ward 

Jon a Folsom 

Jon a Stone Dudley 

David Watson 

James Kennistone 

William Downs no return 

Leonard Weeks June 26 

Jonathan Smart Sep 21 

[9-3o] 



Robert Rollins 
Joseph Sandborn 
Robert Holland 
Reuben Roberts 
Winthrop Wiggin 
John Barter 
John Foss 



Deserted 



1782 
do 



Rich d Greene 

Benj a M c Clure deserted May 

W m Cotton deserted 1780 

Daniel Gookin 1777 hired for 3 

Sam 1 Barker 6 M° 

John Hill do 

Sam 1 Trickey 

Sam 1 York 



Northampton. 

Robert Greene deserter 1780 
13, 1779 



years, promoted to an Ensign 
John Smith 6 M° 
Paul Sanborn do 
Jos Avery 
Tristram S. Connor no date 



Newington. 



Lemuel Mason 

Joseph Rawlins 

John Brasbee 

John Ham 

Simon Downing a Negro 1782 July 9 th 



John Rowe 
Mark Nutter 
Stephen Herman 



Newtown. 



David Colby 
Thom s Colby 6 m° 



New Ipswich. 



Moses Farrin 
Ezekiel Stone 

[9-3i] 

W m Hewit W m Scott 

Nehem h Stratton r. Feb? 14 th 1781 John Adams r. Feb* 14 th 1781 

Phin s Adams r. Feb* 17 th 1781 Stephen Adams r. Mar. 6 1781 

Sam 1 Walker r. Feb* 16 th 1781 Jesse Walker r. Feb? 16 th 1781 

Peter Bullard r. Feb* 16 th 1781 John Bullard r. Feb? 20 th 1781 

Amos Baker r. Feb? 27 th 1781 Joel Baker r. March 6 th 1781 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 51 5 

Joseph Proctor r. Feb y 17 1781 John Thomas r. March 13 th 178 1 
Samuel Potter Invalid Silas Whitney July 15 1782 

Ezra Meriam July 15 1782 

New Durham. 

Sam 1 Small 6 M° John Bryant 6 M° 

Robert Cason taken or deserted Feb. r, 1781 
David Doe 

Newport. 

Roger Stevens Stephen Scranton 

[9-32] Nottingham west [Hudson]. 

Aaron Hood r. 1781 Feb y 28 Ezra Carlton r. 1781 April 23 

Joseph Marshal r. 1781 Feb y 28 Eliph 1 Brown r. 1781 April 6 th 

Jonathan Farwell r. 6 m° Daniel Peirce r. 6 m° 

James Pemberton r. 6 m° Tim y Smith r. 6 m° 
Abel Sargent r. 1782 May 14 
Abel Merrill r. 1782 do do 

Must d by E Frye 

Samuel Brown June 16 1782 James Seils 1782 

Joseph Hobbs 1782 Simeon Butterfield 1782 

New Holdaness. 

John Whitten r. 1781 Ap 1 26 th Sam 1 Cammell never join'd 
Isaac Head r. July 26 1782 

New Chester \_Hill\ 

Joshua Wilson Sterling Heath not return'd 

John Clark Jun r 

[9~33] New Castle. 

Sam 1 Card Jun r 

John Shannon Jun r deserted Jan y 1777 not returnd 
Matthew Mallan deserted July 1777 not returnd 
John Ellison missing July 7 1777 

Northumberland. 

Haines French w. James Rosebrook w. Henry Tibbets w. 



5.i6 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



PelJiam. 



Daniel Gage 

Simeon Hardy 

Elipt. Cole r. 1781 May 31 st 

John Greely r. " March 9 

Wm Campbell r. 6 mo. 

Joseph Bayles r. 6 mo 

Sam 1 Brown Jan y 18, 1783 

[9-34] 



John Loring r. 1781 April 5 
Asa Hardy r. 6 mo. 
Daniel Gage r. 6 mo. 
Wm Gordon r. 6 mo. 
Abiel Wyman r. 6 mo. 
Nath 1 Martin Jan? 18, 1783 
W m Hardy 1782 July 12 



Portsmouth. 



Richard Sherman Invalid 

Sam 1 Odiorne Fifer 

Stephen Sweetser 

John Miller deserted in 1779 

Tho s Prowse Jun r deserted in 

Wm Russell 

John Jones 

Noah Allard 

Edw d Gotham 

John Maloy deserted May 2 

Sam 1 Gotham Deserted June 

John Harrington 

Thomas Harvey 

Sam 1 Walker r. Ap 1 13 th 1781 

Francis Talbert r. Feb^ 20 '8 

James Burrows r. April 21, 8 

John Morse Feb? 12 th 1783 

Daniel French r. July 4th 

Enoch Leathers r. " 16th 

Solomon Gilson r. " 26th 

[9~3 5 ] Pembroke. 

Wm Simpson in the Forage department 

Tho s Harvey John Cook 

Jacob Doyne John Lander 

Sam 1 Phelps r. 6 mo. John Erwin r. 6 mo. 

Joshua Phelps r. 6 mo. Peter Whittemore r. 6 mo 

Muster'd by Cap E Frye 
1782 Aug 10 Ez 1 Flanders Jim. 1782 Aug 14 Enoch Swett 
14 Orphin French 14 Rob* Cochran 

Sep 4 Moses Rowel 



Peter Barter Invalid 

Sam 1 Hodgdon 

Tho s Waters 

Nath Waldron 
1779 Joined July 1781 

Jon a Shute 

John Rollings 

Geo. Abbot 

Geo. Williams not returned 
5th 1780 
1778 not return'd 

Archibald Clarke 

Henry Wisdom deserted 

John Beard r. Feb y 20 81 

1 Benj. Wallace r. Mar 13 81 
1 James Jones r. Apr 21, 81 

John Humble 1780 War 
82 Edw d W Emerson r. July 16 th 82 
82 Abraham Knight r. " 16th 82 

Abra m Thompson r. " 26th 82 



82 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



517 



John Cooper 
Colburn Parker 
Jo Smith 
Benj a Gile 6 mo. 



Jon- 



Plastow. 

Sam 1 Heath 
Anthony Gilman 
Isaac Noyes 6 mo. 
Moses Cooper r. 1782 Mar 29 
Cooper r. 1782 Ap 1 3 rd 



[9-36] 

Zacheus Clough 

James Gordon 

Levi Hoit 

Nich s Smith Hoyt 6 mo 

James Nokes 1782 Sept 21 st 



Poplin. 



David Hunt 

Job Keniston 

Jacob Judkins 6 mo. 

Edw d Currier 1782 July 9th 

Joseph Kennistone r. 1782 May 14 



Packersfield. 



Bunker Clark 

Joseph Wench r. 1781 March 21 

Nath 1 Breed r. 1782 May 2 



Sam 1 Adams r. 1781 May 5th 
John Newman r. 1781 March 21 
Oliver Wright 6 mo 



[9-37] 

Edw d Evans 
Jos. Hobart 
Nehem h Phillips 



Plymouth. 

James Barns 
Jn° Phillips 
Winthrop Fox Nich s Hall 

Piermont. 
Josiah Blodgett 

Peterborough. 

Thom s Scott, Stoddard James Hawkley 

John Matthews Tim Locke 

Amos Spofford Gilbert Caswell 

Isaac Mitchell sent on — returned Ap 1 2 1781 
John Blair Jacksons Reg Massac ts 

Jos Henderson discharg'd Jan y 1, 1778 in consequence of being ap- 
pointed Wagon [er] Tim Mixter Jacksons Reg 4 
W m De Cannon Londonderry. State 
John Miller never joined Zacheus Brooks never joined 

JSta Barlo R w 0bertS U»» J # 'fs f'T * °*« 

John Wallace Committee of Safety 



5 i8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



James Moor 



Ben Critchet 



Petcrbord Slip. 

William Scott 

Pervystown. 

Silas Russel r. 1781 April 23 

Raymond. 



[9-38] 

Elip* Gordon James Libbey 

Theo s Loverin Elijah Pollard 

Ezek 1 Pollard Barton Pollard 
Hezek h Pollard sent forward but not returnd in the Roll 

Nat Richardson Rich d Robinson 

James Wells Wm Towle 

James Dunlap John Moore 



Rye. 



Simon Knowles 

John Norton 

W m Gregory r. 1781 April 7th 

Caesar Wallace 



James Worcester 
Joshua Locke deserted 
Levi Pottle r. 1781 May 5th 
Isaac Stearns 





Raby. 




Andrew Russell 6 mo. 


[9-39] 


Rindge. 


Oliver Bacon Ezek 1 Demery 

John Demery Jun r r. 1781 March 24 

John Hambleton r. do 

Abel Platts Jun r r. do 

Jon a Satwell Jun r r. do 

Jon a Lake r. do 

Toby Cutler r. do 

Rob 1 Field r. 1781 April 15th 

Preston Buffington r. 1781 March 7 




Richmond. 


Return made July ; 
Nathaniel Powers 
Thomas Hunt 


[9, 1782 

Abner Powers 
W m Taggart 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 519 

Lemuel Royce Asa Crosson 

Joseph Powers not returnd for 1781 

Noah Porter not returned for 1781 

Lewis Wisso John Simons dischargd Dec 1780 

James Weir never joined John Withy never join'd 

John Smith drowned Nov. 1780 

James Merril deserted July 14, 1780 

Henry Carter dischargd May 10 1780 

[9-40] Rom j ley. 

Dan 1 Cross Edw d Webber 

Tim Kimbal 1782 Samuel Fuller by E. Frye 

Salem. 

John M c Nelle in the Train Samuel Silver 

Nath 1 Chase Deserted July 1778 taken up & sent on 

David Hammond William Morland 

James Nickson one years man Deserted Dec r 12 th 1779 

W m Crosden no return John Hayward r. 1781 Ap 1 6th 

Peter Cross r. 1781 Ap 1 6 Moses Heath r. 1781 Ap 1 6th 

Daniel Bradbury r. 1781 Ap 1 6th James Paul Pattee 6 mo. 

Clark Young 6 mo Laomi Pattee 6 mo. 

John Clement 6 mo Isaiah Wheeler 6 mo 

W m Taylor 1782 July 10 John Andrews 1782 July 10 

Daniel Campbell " Aug 7th Eleazer Jordan " Aug 15 

James Symonds " "*■' 1 5 

Seabrook. 

Nathan Greenleaf Bradbury Green 

John Watson not returned 

Jonathan Burbank r. June 22 d 1782 Whitcombs Corps 1780 

Nath 1 Burbank r. May 12th 1781 Must d by Col Folsom 

Benj a Straw 1782 June 28 Winthrop Willie 1783 Jan y 9 

[9-4 1 ] Sandown. 

Samuel Wells promoted Tho s Fuller 

Philip Fowler Henry Stevens r. 3 y r 1781 May 8th 

James Hemphill 6 mo 1781 Ichabod Twilight r. 1782 Apl 23 d 

James Nokes 6 mo 1781 John Samborn r. 1782, May 15 

Silas Stanton r. 1782 Aug. 7. 

Zach Hunt Andover Claimed Since March 21 1782. 



520 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Stratham. 

Francis Coombs Edw d Mason 

James Floyd Caesar Wood r. 1781 May 26th 

John Grove Eliph 1 Veazy at home sick — Dead 

Joseph Green Bradstreet Wiggins 6 mo 

Nich s Mason 6 mo. William Moore 6 mo 

Benj a Foss 6 mo Samuel Barker r. 1782 Ap 1 20th 

Jeremiah Rawlins r. 1782 May 15 Josiah Chase r. 1782 May 15 

Levi Chapman r. 1782 May 15 David Jewell r. 1782 May 20 

John Coombs 1782 June 4th Nathan Smith 1782 July 8 

Josiah Simpson 1782 July 8 Josiah Sanborn do 

[9-42] Southampton. 

Theo s Colby David Page 

Joseph Jewell Enos Jewell deserted, Chester 

John Sheppard r. joined 1781 Ap 1 28 

Jon a French 6 mo David Pillsbury 6 mo 

Joseph Chase r. 1782 Apr 1 24 Benj a Pressy r. 1782 May 11 

Nathan Clough 6 mo 

Sandwich, 

W m Hilton Benj Short 

Nath 1 Brown W m Ferguson r. 1781 March 7th 

Edw d Wells r. 1781 May 2 d 

John Rowe & Nath 1 Knowles at Home Whitcombs Corps 

Stoddard. 

Isaiah Hardy r. 1781 May 24 Sam. Morrison 

Henry Spaulding r. do Tho s Scott, Peterborough. 

John White not returned, never joined 

Reuben Walton not returned, never joined 

Saville \_Snnapee\ 
W m Sisco Note. Croydon pd him a Bounty 

[9-43] Somerswortli. 

Edward Grant John Smith 

Eben r Whitehouse John Kenney 

Cato Wallingford James Mardin 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 521 

Joseph Tate r. 1781 Ap 1 20 Benjamin Tate r. 1781 Ap 1 20 

Tobias Cole r. do May 8th Paul Yeaton r. 1781 Apl 20 

Elijah Buzzel 1782 Aug 17 John Tibbets 1782 Aug 17 

Israel Wing 1782 Aug 21 Samuel Grant 

State paid the Town of Somersworth for engaging Grant. 
See I. B. Hanson's acc°. 

Salisbury ', Bakers town formerly. 

Philip Flanders Jon a Fifield r. 1781 Mar 13 

John Fellows r. 1781 Mar 13 Geo. Nichols 

John Smith r. do Josiah Smith r. 1781 Mar 13 

Ananiah Bohonnon r. do Joseph Webster r. do 

Levi Lufkin r. 1781 April 9th 

Joshua Snow Deserted taken up & sent forward & joined 

Surrey. 

Michael Fitzgerald deserted in 1780. State. 

Darius Smeed recruit July 1782 for 3 years muster' d by Benj a Ellis 

[9-44] Sanborntown. 

Jacob Thomas David Dustin 

Nathan Hoit Benj a Johnson 

James Larry Abiel Chandler 

Jon a Thomas r. war aug* 13 1781 Joseph Sinkler 
Henry Smith r. 1782 May 8th James Sanborn 

Society Land \itow in Fraucestown]. 
John Ramsey r. 6 mo. 

Strafford. 

Abner Barlow w. Josiah Blodget w. given up'to Pier- 

mont by me James Brown 

Temple. 

Morris Millet deserted Nov. 1 1778 John Millet return'd Dead 
Farrar Miller Amherst. Claimed Since March 21 1782 
Philip Ducit hired Sam 1 Neal Benj Smith 

John Hillsgrove Andrew Law r. 1781 March 16 

John Wyman r. 1781 Ma 

35 



522 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Tamwortk. 



Cha Hacket deserted 1780 
Samuel Yeaton r. 1782 
[One name torn off.] 

[9-45J 

Eben Carlton 

Dan 1 Downing 

Joel Holt r. 1781 Feb y 27 

Uriah Ballard jun r. do 

Asa Reddington r. do 

Tim Abbot r. do 



Rich d Jackman 6 mo 
Ebenezer Keniston r. 1782 



Wilton. 



Ichabod Perry- 
Israel Howe r. 
Dan 1 Holt r. 
Benj Peirce r. 
Joseph Gray r. 



1 78 1 Feb y 27 
do 
do 
do 



Walpole. 



James Trask r. 1781 Feb 6 Elijah Page r. 1781 Feb y 17th 

Dan Ashley r. 1781 Feb 9th died Aug 1 I st 1781 

Sam 1 Mills r. 1781 Feb* 16 John Still r. 1781 Feb? 19 

David Johnson 

Nath 1 Clark 

Isaac Davis 

Jonathan Burk r. 1782 April 27 



Hezekiel Clark 
Gilbert Griswold 
Joseph Gilman 
Michel Johnson 



Cornelius P. Vandenburgh r. 178 May 1 



[9-46] 



Westmoreland. 



Urijah Temple Whitcombs Corps Caleb Aldrich 



Manassah Sawyer do 
Joseph How do 

Nath 1 Whitcomb do 

Noah Levans 1781 Jan? 1 
James Eddy 

Asa Prat no Return 

Francis Akely " " 



Samuel Britain 

William Martin Joined March 1782 
Salah Howe 
Perley Rogers 
Abel Rice no Return 
James Winton 

Jeduthan Roberts join'd March 
1782 



WincJiester. 



James Hall Amasa Parker Swanzey 

John Nich s Harbourgh Hessian certified that he is now in ye Army 

John Ellis deserted Feb y 1 1780 W m Temple 

Abr a Laurence discharged August 8th 1781 

Moses Powers r. 1781 Feb y 6 

Caleb Aldridge & Samuel Britton return d since passing the last Act 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 523 

[9-47] Washington. 

Asa Jackson r. 1781 April 18 Enoch Smith 

Pardon Tabor r. do James Maxwell r. 1782 July 9th 

David Steel r. 1782 July 9th 

New Hampton. 
Jerem h Smith 1782 July 30 

[9-48] Rochester. 

Sam 1 Rollins r. 3 y rs Feb* 28, 1781 Otis Alley r. 3 y rs April 6 th 81 

Henry Smith r. 3 y rs May 181 Jon a Downing War 

Caesar Wingate r. 3 y rs not returned in 1781 Muster'd June 6 th 1781 

Geo Downing war Daniel Cook 1 war 

Daniel Cook 2 war Robert Ellis war 

Ichabod Horn war Joseph Pearl war 

Joseph Ricker war John Rogers war 

Eben r Allen war Daniel Alley at home 

Daniel Sargent 1780 Abner Coffin r. 1782 May 9 1782 

Solomon Drown r. 1782 May 10 th William C. Peavy r. 1782 May 18th 

Jon a Ellis r. 1782 May 18th Thomas Ellis r. 1782 May 30th 

[9~49] Swanscy. 

Amasa Parker Winchester *John Nicholson r. 1782 
Dennis Hefferon Solomon Hazeltine 

Sam 1 Kempton r. Mar. 12, 1781 Jere Satchel never joind 
Ephraim Stone r. 1782 May 15th John Bemis 
Jos Slack Invalid allow' d Nov. r 8 1783 
Greenwood Carpenter r. Mar. 12 1781 
Isaac Butterfield r. 1782 May 15th 
* he was engaged at first as a 6 m° man 

New London. 
Francis Coums r. 1781 April 23 d 



[ABATEMENT OF 

[9-5i] 



SOLDIERS' 
1775.] 



POLL-TAXES, 



Memorandum of Abatements made in the Taxes for the year 



1775. to the Several 
Tax of Soldiers — 

County of Rockingham 

Portsmouth 

Exeter 

Rye 

Kingstown 

Londonderry 

Salem 

Pelham 

Chester 

Hamptonfalls 

Canterbury 

East-Kingston 

New-Town 

Kensington 

Epsom 

Pembroke 

Sandown 

Hawke 

Concord 

Candia 

Raymond 

Deerfield 

Allenstown 

County of Cheshire 
Charlestown 
Dublin 
Alstead 
Unity 

Monadnock N° 5 
Chesterfield 

County of Strafford 
Dover 
Durham 



Towns Herafter named, being for the Poll 



5. 8. 





1. 17. 


6 


0.13. 


8 


1. 6. 


8 


1. 17. 


6 


1.15. 


11 


i- 5- 


51 


0.17. 


6 


0. 10. 





i- 3- 


1 


0. 6. 


9 


0. 4. 


6 


0.17. 





0.15. 


8 


0. 10. 


3 


0.18. 





0. 5. 


2 


.17. 


4 


•13- 


10 


.12. 


5 


.19. 





•13- 


6 



1. 18. 4 
o. 3- 3 

5- 4 

5- A\ 

13. 6 

7. 6 

2.14. 

1. 19. 8 



Somersworth 

Barrington 

Gilmantown 

Rochester 

Madbury 

Wolfesborough 

Moultonborough 

Merideth 

County of Hillsborough 

Litchfield 

Boscawin 

Bedford 

Derry field 

Nottingham West 

Salisbury 

Dunbarton 

Wilton 

Dunstable 

New Boston 

Hollis 

New Ipswich 

Merrimac 

Lyndesborough 

Mason 

Temple 

Society Land 

Milestrip 

County of Grafton 
Haverhill 
Plymouth 
New Chester 
Hanover 



Charged in Ace* £>6\. 7. 6 \ 



4. 2. 8 
1. 2. 

. 6. 6 

1. 11. 2 

o. 5. o 

0.17. 6 

o. 10. 5 

.10.10 



0. 3- 5 
. 8. 9 

1. 14. 

1. o. 

9- 7 
7- 3 
.16. 3 
1. o. 10 
2.13. 
.10. 6 
1. 10. 
1. 6. 
1. o. 
1. o. 
.12. 2 
.13. 6 
6. 8 



2. 6 

1. 8. 6 

o. 2. 8 

o. 7. 2 
1. 13. 



[INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS FOR LOSSES, ETC.] 



[9-52] 



Accounts of Individuals. 



Co 11 Antipas Gilmans Acco 1 for one Horse lost 
going express on the Alarm at Concord 

Ditt going Express to raise men 
L 1 William Wallace Accot for Cloathing lost on the 

Retreat from Ticonderoga 1777 
L 1 Dudley Chase Acco 1 Ditto 
Daniel Young Acco 1 Ditto at the Cedars in 1776 
L 1 Jeremiah Prichard Acco 1 Ditto at Ticonderoga 
L 1 Jacob Danials Acco 1 Ditto Ditto 

Cap Michael M c Clary Acco 1 Ditto ditto 

Maj r Caleb Hodgesdon Acco 1 1 Horse lost £9. 

Ditto Do Cloathing lost Ticonderoga 9.12 

Maj r Caleb Robinson Acco 1 Ditto 
L 1 Thomas Bracket Acco 1 Ditto 
L 1 Ezekiel Goodale Acco 1 Ditto 
Solomon Kiterage Acco 1 Do at the Cedars 
Lemuel Curtis Acco 1 Ditto ditto 
Sutherick Weston Acco 1 Ditto 
James Butters Ace 1 Ditto Ticonderoga 
En e John Starboard Acco 1 Ditto ditto 
Robert Clarks Acco 1 Ditto ditto 
Matthew Hocomb Acco 1 Ditto at Cedars 
Co 11 Henry Dearborn Acco 1 Ditto at Quebeck 

^20.8.0 

Ditto Ditto Ticonderoga 66.4.0 

Co 11 Winbourn Adams Ditto do 
L 1 Samuel Adams Ditto do 

L 1 Samuel Fowlers Acco 1 Ditto at Cedars 
Nath el Burdean Acco 1 Ditto Ditto 
L 1 James Goulds Acco 1 for supplies &c on Alarms 

[9-53] 

Enoch Morse Acco 1 for Loss at Ticonderoga 

Cap 1 Nathan Brown Acco 1 Ditto Ditto 



£ 



12 






12 


8 


8 


15 


1 


7 


13 


6 


7 


5 


6 


19 




18 


12 


64 


9 


10 


8 


8 


5 


6 


16 


3 


19 


2 


3 


7 


16 


1 


10 


2 


11 


8 




86 


12 


76 


17 


21 


3 


14 


17 


6 





19 


13 


6 


14 


12 


9 



o 
10 
II 



526 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Cap 1 James Gray Acco' Loss at Ticonderoga ^24. 14 
Ditto for Money lost ditto 77. 10 

Samuel Stewarts Acco' Ditto Ditto 

L* Moses Barnard Acco' Ditto Ditto 

Moses Sleeper Acco 1 Ditto Ditto 

Jeremiah Woodman Acco 1 Ditto Ditto 
David Sanborns Acco* Ditto Ditto 

Moses Longs Acco* Ditto Ditto 

L' Mathew Bryant Acco 1 Ditto Ditto 

Ens 11 Timothy Tilton Acco 1 Ditto Ditto 
Hugh M c Keans Acco* Ditto at the Cedars 
Alexander Brown Acco* Ditto Ditto 

Cap* Josiah Munroe Acco* Ditto at Ticonderoga 
Samuel Norris Acco' Ditto Ditto 

John Woodleighs Acco' Ditto Ditto 

L' Nathan Hoits Acco' Ditto Ditto 

John Cooks Acco' Ditto Ditto 

Cap' Enoch Chase Acco' Ditto Ditto 

Ebenezer Waldrons Acco' Ditto in 1776-77 & 78 
Daniel Horns Acco' Ditto Ticonderoga 
L' Paul Nutes Acco' Ditto Ditto 

John Kielle's Acco' Ditto 
Joseph Burnham Acco' Ditto 
Reuben Ricker Acco' Ditto 
Thomas Howe Acco' Ditto 
Joseph Youngs Acco' Ditto 
Co 11 Stephen Evans Acco' for 

in 1778 
Moses Ferrin's Acco' for Loss's at Ticonderoga 
Jonathan Hill Acco' Ditto Ditto 

U Joseph Hilton Acco' ditto do 

[9-54] 

Daniel Watsons Acco' for Loss at Ticonderoga 
John Youngs to Lay till further order 
Edward Browns Acco' for Loss at Ticonderoga 
Cap' John Drews Acco' ditto 

Samuel Richards Acco' ditto 

John Brewster do ditto 

James How do ditto 

John Bickford do at Chamblee 

Paul Wellands Roll at Jerry's Point 
John Gage Cap' refer'd to the Court 
Co 1 Jon a Wentworth for going to Rhode Island in 
1778 



Ditto 

Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Month to Newport 



102 


4 


5 


6 


12 


5 


4 


16 


3 




4 


10 


4 


10 


9 


10 


13 


6 


5 


5 


9 


1 


11 


4 


8 


18 


4 


5 


13 


10 


3 




15 




22 


5 


2 


15 


8 


9 


2 


8 


4 


8 


10 


4 


11 


13 


5 


2 


12 


1 


1 


10 


5 


1 


16 


7 


16 




5 




49 


17 


2 




4 


7 


49 


10 


9 


4 


10 


1 








4 


8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



527 



do 


Ticonderoga 




ditto 




ditto 




ditto 


do 


ditto 


do 


ditto & at Quebeck 


do 


ditto 


do 


ditto 


do 


ditto 


do 


ditto 


do 


at the Cedars 



John Edwards Loss at Ticonderoga 

James Tuttle for Brush for fasciens 

George Ricker 1 Blanket lost 

John Neal Loss at Ticonderoga 

Abraham Brown nothing Allow' d 

Joseph York Loss at Ticonderoga 

Eliphalet Norris Loss ditto 

Gen 1 Joseph Cilley do ditto 

Doc* Edmund Chadwick do ditto 

Charles Hill Ensign do at Cedars 

Thomas Hams 

Co 1 Jeremy Gilman do 

Ezekiel Worthen Lieu* 

John Nicholle 

Thomas Webster 

Jon a Perkins 

Benj a Lovering 

Dennis Bickford 

Capt James Carr 

Thomas Speed 

John Betton 

[9-55] 

Samuel Danials Loss at Ticonderoga 

John Robie nothing allowd 

Cap 1 Ebenezer Dearing Ticonderoga 

Samuel Boyd Loss at the Cedars 

James Caldwell do ditto 

John M c Neal do ditto 

Robert Campbell do ditto 

Josiah Warren do ditto 

Jonah Stow do ditto 

Co 1 Timothy Ellis's Pay Roll to Haverhill in 1780 

Cap 1 John Houghton Roll to Haverhill 

Cap 1 Josiah Richardson's Roll ditto 

Cap* Robert Willsons Roll to Concord in 1775 

Co 1 Hercules Mooney Loss at Ticonderoga 

Daniel Huestis Loss at Cedars not allowd 

Co 1 Joseph Welch's Acco 1 for going to Cambridge 

U Moses Bartlet's Pay Roll to Cambridge in 1775 

U David Bryants Roll to Cambridge 

Edward Eastham Losse's at Ticonderoga 

Anthony Hanson do ditto 

U James Gould do ditto 



4 


6 


3 


18 


20 










9 
18 


10 


66 




30 
21 


8 


6 




6 


8 


21 


8 


7 


4 


4 


3 


37 


3 


9 
6 


4 
4 


43 
8 


12 


8 


17 


5 










70 


8 


2 


9 


7 


19 


10 


14 


4 
5 


13 
18 


10 




14 


6 


44 


1 


40 
63 


14 
5 


13 











3 
18 


2 


8 


2 


5 


2 


12 


10 


12 


1 



4 
4 
4 
11 
o 
o 



528 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Co 1 Stephen Evans taken back 
Cap* John Dennet Loss at Ticonderoga 
John Arskin's Acco 1 for a Horse lost not allowd 
Josiah Perkins for i gun Lost at Rhode Island 
Capt. Qachariah Beal Losse's at Ticonderoga 
L 1 Samuel Hutchins do ditto 

Co 1 Mark Wiggen do ditto 

L 1 Daniel Gookin do ditto 

Samuel Ward do ditto 

George Frost do ditto 

Cap* Abel Walkers Acco 1 for supplies on Alarm 
Daniel Wilkens Loss at the Cedars 

[9-56] 

L 1 William Robie Loss at the Cedars 
Benjamin Dyke do ditto 

Sylvester Wilkens ditto 



Joshua Abbott 


ditto 


Isaac Sterns 


ditto 


Thomas Stevens 


ditto 


William Bradford Ens n 


ditto 


L 1 John Mills 


ditto 


Jonathan Fifield 


ditto 



L 1 William Bradford at Ticonderoga 

Joseph Love joy at Cedars 

Cap 1 John Bellows Pay Roll to Lexington in 1775 

Cap 1 Levi Hoopers Roll to Newbury in 1780 

Cap 1 John Jenisons Roll to ditto in 1780 

Cap 1 Abel Walkers Roll to ditto in 1780 

John Duncan nothing allowd 

William Childs Acco 1 for supplies on alarms 

Samuel Pain for ditto 

Ditto his Loss at the Cedars 
Moses Chase Acco 1 for supplies on alarms 
Aaron Stores for ditto 

Eleazer Hill for Horse not allow'd 
Edward Smiths Acco 1 for supplies on alarms 
Isaac Bridgeman ditto ditto 

David Woodwards Ace 1 for Scouting & Provision 
George Eagers Acco 1 for supplies on alarm 
John Wright for Rum not allowd 
Benj a Davis Ace 1 for a Horse not allowd 
Cap 1 John House Loss at Ticonderoga 
John Pain's Ace 1 for supplies on alarms 









30 


3 








30 




36 


2 


16 


5 


6 


12 


5 


9 


12 


10 


6 


14 


8 




4 


17 


6 


18 


1 


10 


2 


4 


1 


10 


13 


12 


12 


7 


20 


7 


6 


15 


1 


2 


63 


11 


4i 


6 


80 


11 


74 


10 








3 


9 


6 


19 


10 


1 


20 


17 


1 


6 


3 


3 


5 


12 


9 




4 


3 


12 




6 





REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



529 



Cap 1 Daniel Clapp for Loss 
John Webster Lieu* Loss at the Cedars 
Capt James Osgood Loss at Ditto 
John Ordway Loss ditto 

Nath 1 Walker ditto 

[9-57] 

Samuel Wilson Loss at Ticonderoga 

Stephen Webster Loss at the Cedars 

Joseph Ordway do ditto 

James Osgood Cap* for Guns at Cedars 

Edward Carlton Loss at the Cedars 

Josiah Meloon Ensign Loss at Ticonderoga 

William Towle Serj* do do 

Ezra Abbot Loss at Cedars 

Philip Abbot Loss at Cedars 

Caleb Stark (Adjutant) Loss at Ticonderoge 

Jeremiah Smart Loss at Ticonderoge 

Jedidiah Weeks Loss at Ticonderoge 

Alexander Smith Loss a Ticonderoga & Vergina 

Doct r John Hale Loss at Ticonderoge 

Doct r Jon a Pool Loss at Ticonderoge 

Richard Robinson Loss at Ticonderoge 

William Hale Loss at Ticonderoge 

Benjamin Fox Loss at Ticonderoge 

William Perkins Loss at Ticonderoge 

Vincent Torr Loss at Ticonderoge 

Jeremiah Holman Loss at Ticonderoge 

Thomas Welch Loss at Ticonderoge 

Joseph Nelle Loss at Ticonderoge 5-9-6 

ditto at Horse neck 4. 

Benjamin Welch Loss at Ticonderoge 
Nath 1 C. Abbot Loss at Cedars 
John Welch Loss at Ticonderoge 
Zack Kielsy Loss at Ticonderoge 
Hobart Carter Loss at Cedars 
Gorden Freaze Loss at Ticonderoga 
Thomas Pratt Loss at Ticonderoge 
Ralph Emerson Loss at Ticonderoga 
John Lander Loss at Ticonderoga 
Thomas Powell Loss at Cedars & Ticonderoga 
Ezekiel Belknap & others Roll to Cambridge 
Stephen Noyes Ace 1 for going to Cambridge with 
Provision — nothing 



5 


6 


5 


11 


7 




3 




5 


1 


24 




10 


2 


7 










9 
6 


2 
13 


5 


5 


4 
3 


14 
6 


20 




16 


14 


4 


10 


5 
46 


5 


20 




3 
8 


10 


2 


4 


4 


1 


5 


10 


2 




3 


4 


9 


9 


3 


12 


7 


12 


4 


10 


7 


11 


9 
6 


10 


4 


18 


3 


3 


3 
8 


10 
8 


6 


2 



53o 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Cap 1 Jeremiah Poor for going to Cambridge 

Joseph Little for going to Cambridge 

Enoch Noyes for carrying Provision to Cambridge 

— nothing 
James Dow for Ditto — nothing 

[9-53] 

Jonathan Webster Ace 1 for carrying Provision to 

Cambride nothing 
Benj a Eaton Loss at Ticonderoga 
Benj a Stone Acc t for going to Cambridge 1.2. 

ditto Loss at Ticonderoga 16 

John Knight Ju r Provision to Cambridge nothing 
Ebenezer Parkers Acco 4 for going to Cambridge 
John Atwood carr'g Provision to Cambridge nothing 
Thomas Dows Acco 1 to Cambridge 
Thomas Wood Loss at Ticonderoga 
Gideon Wood Loss at Ticonderoga 
Cap 1 Benj a Kimball Loss at Ticonderoga 
Joseph French for going to Cambridge 
Daniel Little for going to Cambridge 
Caleb Noyes for Carr g Provision to Cambridge 

nothing 
Ephraim Ham Loss at Ticonderoga 
Doct r Sterne going on Alarm put into Cap 1 Ashleys 

Roll 
Cap 1 Jon a Burtons Pay Roll to Cambridge 
Cap 1 Oliver Ashleys Roll to Royalton in 1780 
Maj r Smith 

Charles Hilton Loss at Quebeck 
John Sawyer 1 Horse lost at Rhode Island nothing 
Elias Abbott Loss at the Cedars 
Joseph Fellows Ju r Loss at Cedars 
Joshua Danforth Loss at Cedars 
Jeremiah Towle Loss at Ticonderoga 
Amos Emerson Loss at Ticonderoga 
Co 11 Peirce Long Loss at Ticonderoga 
Co 11 George Reid Loss at Ticonderoga 
Isaac Butterfield Roll at Cambridge 
David Lock enterd with Rye Ace 1 
Jesse Heath Loss at Ticonderoga 
Cap* Ebenez r Brittans Roll to Royalton in 1780 
ditto do to Peacham in 1781 

Richard Smart Loss at Cedars 





11 




13 


5 


3 


17 


2 




11 


5 

5 

20 


14 




10 




19 


5 


15 


38 
79 


6 
12 


22 


8 


3 
5 
9 
4 
20 


16 

9 
12 
11 


50 
40 

67 


2 


4 

39 

1 1 

8 


4 

1 
15 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



531 



Isaac Butterfield Loss at Cedars 

[9-59] 

Asa Senters Ace 1 of Loss at Ticonderoga 

Ephraim Clark Loss at Cedars 

Jabez Holt Loss at Ditto 

Daniel Wilkins Loss at Cedars 

Joseph & Moses Hales Acco 1 to Cambridge 

Aaron Smith Loss at Cedars 

Josiah Hastings Loss at Bennington 

Daniel Shattuck Acco* not allow'd 

Offin Burnam 1 Gun Lost at White Plains 

Ebenez r Bean Loss at Ticonderoga &c 

Ebenez r Currier Loss at Ticonderoga 

James Wedgwood Loss at Ticonderoga 

Benj a Page Loss at Ticonderoga 

Ephraim Cram Loss at Canada &c 

Sam 1 Dearborn 1 Horse died at Rhod Island nothing 

Thomas Amsden Loss at the Cedars 

Phineas Wentworth Loss at Ticonderoga 

Jonathan Morgan Loss at Canada 

Moses Whipple Roll to Peacham in 1781 

Phineas Wheelock on the alarm at Royalton 

Benj a Archer Loss at Ticonderoga 

Cap 1 Samuel Hurds Roll to Royalton in 1780 

Ephraim Hubbard Roll to Cambridge Chesterfield 

Moses Whipples Roll to Royalton in 1780 

Simon Baxter going to Cambridge 

Cap 1 Abel Walker Ace* for dinners & Horse bating 

1780 

Jehiel Holdridge Loss in Canada 

Uzziel Hurd going to Cambridge alarm 

Capt Lemuel Holmes Loss at Fort Washington 

W m Leavitt Loss at Ticonderoga in 1777 June 



24 

26 
3 
5 
3 
1 



2 
18 

6 
13 

7 
10 



5 
5 
6 
1 
1 
27 
40 

37 
2 

6 

9 
1 

20 



12 

o 

19 
14 
10 



13 
6 

12 
4 
4 
8 
6 

13 
5 

11 

16 

19 
8 



[The foregoing mentions several rolls of men who "went to 
Cambridge " which have not been found. The names of the cap- 
tains will, in most instances, locate the vicinity whence they 
marched. Paul Welland's roll at "Jerry's Point" probably should 
be Jaffrey's Point, New Castle. Captain Robert Wilson went from 
Londonderry. See Vol. XII. p. 461. Colonel Timothy Ellis, Cap- 
tains John Houghton and Josiah Richardson, Haverhill, 1780, were 



53 2 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

of Keene. Lieutenant Moses Bartlett, Cambridge, 1775, was of 
Plaistow. Lieutenant David Bryant, Cambridge, 1775, uncertain 
whether of Plaistow or Weare. Captain John Bellows, Lexington, 
I775> was °f Walpole. Captains Levi Hooper and John Jennison, 
who went to Newbury, Vt, in 1780, were of Walpole. Ezekiel 
Belknap, Cambridge, 1775, was of Atkinson. Captain Jonathan 
Burton, Cambridge, 1775, was of Wilton. Captain Oliver Ashley, 
Royalton, 1780, was of Claremont. Captain Ebenezer Britton, 
Royalton, 1780, and Peacham, 1781, was of Westmoreland. See 
Vol. XIII. p. 670. Isaac Butterfield, Cambridge, 1775, was from 
same town. Captain Moses Whipple, Royalton, 1780, and Peacham, 
1781, was of Croydon. Captain Samuel Hurd, Royalton, 1780, 
was of Newport. Ephraim Hubbard, Cambridge, 1775, was of 
Chesterfield. It is much to be regretted that the rolls above men- 
tioned are not to be found, as they would add considerably to our 
present knowledge of the service performed by New Hampshire 
in 1775. — Ed.] 



[ACTION OF THE LEGISLATURE RELATIVE 

r . , TO TOWN EXPENDITURES, 1780.I 
[9-60] 

State of New ) In the House of Representatives Nov r 8 th 1780 
Hampshire \ 

The Committee to Consider of the Method of Reimbursting the 
Money to the several Towns in this State which have by them been 
advanced for the supply of Soldiers families &c, And which has 
been deducted from the Soldiers Wages — report as their Opinion 
" That a Tax be laid on the Polls & Estates within this State for 
the Sum of ten Thousand pounds in Bills of y e New Emission as 
soon as conveniently may be — That the Money advanced by the 
several Towns as Bounties to Soldiers inlisted in the Continental 
Army for the War or any shorter period & for supplies for Soldiers 
families before the last day of December next agreeable to a 
Resolve of this State be allowed out of said Tax according to the 
Value of Money when advanced compared with the present Value 
thereof And that in the Bill for laying the Tax the Mode how the 
Towns are to be allowed the said Monies be clearly pointed out — 
Signed George Atkinson for the Com tee which Report being read & 
Considered Voted that it be received & accepted & that a Bill be 
brought in for the above purpose 

Sent up for Concurrence John Langdon Speaker 

In Council the Same day read and Concurred 

E Thompson Sec y 



[TOWN ACCOUNTS FOR BOUNTIES, ETC., PAID 

TO REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS.] 

[9-61] 

Jaffrey Account 

John Gilmore 13 days at Cambridge £ 17.4 

70 Miles Travel out & 70 Miles home@i d 1 1.8 

William Turner 13 days at Cambridge 17.4 

70 Miles travel out & 70 Miles home 11.8 

Joseph Perkins 6 days at Cambridge 8. 

50 Miles Travel out & 50 home 8.4 16 4 

Asa Priest 6 days at Cambridge 8. 

45 Miles Travel out & 45 home 7.6 

Daniel Emery Ju r 4 Days to Royalton 5.4 

Travel to Walpole 30 Miles out & 30 home 5. 

Jona 11 Taylor 7 days to Bennington 9.4 

50 Miles Travel out & 50 home 8.4 

3 Days to Walpole 4. 

Travel 30 Miles out & 30 home 5. 
Jon a Blodgit 1 Great Coat lost at Ticonderoga 

Abram Ross 1 1 Days at Cambridge 14.8 

70 Miles Travel out & 70 home 11.8 1 6 4 

Fracis Wright n Days at Cambridge 14.8 

70 Miles Travel out & 70 home 11.8 4 

James Stevins 4 Days to Walpole 5.4 

30 Miles Travel out & 30 home 5. 

James Hayward 8 Days at Cambridge 10.8 

70 Miles Travel out 70 Miles home 11.8 24 

Ebenezer Harthorn 4 Days to Keen 5.4 

20 Miles Travel out 20 home 3.4 

Benj a Prescut 4 days to Walpole 5.4 

30 Miles Travel out & 30 home 5. 

Benj a Dole 4 days to Walpole 5.4 

his Brother Johns 4 days to do 5.4 

30 Miles Travel out for each & 30 home 10. 108 

Samuel Ober 4 days to Walpole 5.4 

30 Miles Travel out & 30 home 5. 10 4 



I 


9 


I 


9 




16 




IS 




10 


I 


6 




18 


I 


6 


I 


6 




10 


I 


2 




8 




10 


I 







10 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



535 



Jacob Peirce 4 Days at Walpole 

30 Miles Travel out & 30 home 

[9-62] 

Moses Peabody 7 Days at Bennington 

50 Miles Travel out & 50 home 
William Osgood 8 Days at Bennington 

50 Miles Travel out & 50 home 
Cotton Whiteing 6 Days at Bennington 

50 Miles Travel out & 50 home 
Elias Whitney 4 Days at Walpole 

30 Miles Travel out & 30 home 
Eph m Whitcomb 2 Days to Walpole 

30 Miles Travel out & 30 home 
13 Days at Cambridge 17s 4 70 Miles 

ns 8 
Joseph Bates 4 Days at Cambridge 

58 Miles Travel out & 58 home 
Oliver Procter 4 Days to Walpole 

30 Miles Travel out & 30 home 
Joseph Wilder 4 Days to Walpole 

30 Miles Travel out 30 home 
Thomas Adams 4 Days to Walpole 

30 Miles Travil out & 30 home 
Nathan Cutter 4 Days at Walpole 

30 Miles out & 30 home 
John Daverson 5 Days at Cambridge 

60 Miles Travil out & 60 home 
William Pope 10 Days at Bennington 

50 Miles Travel out & 50 home 
Daniel Emery 9 Days to Cambridge 

70 Miles Travel out & 70 home 
James Cutter 13 Days at Cambridge 

70 Miles Travel out & 70 home 
Benj a Jaqueth 6 Days to Cambridge 

70 Miles Travel out & 70 home 
Samuel Stanley 14 Days at Cambridge 

70 Miles Travel out & 70 home 

3 Days to the Westward 

20 Miles Travel out & 20 home 

[9-63] 

Ebenezer Ingalls 1 1 Days to Cambridge 
70 Miles out & 70 home Travel 



5-4 






5- 




10 


9.4 






8.4 





17 


10.8 






8.4 




19 


8. 






8.4 




16 


5-4 






5.0 




10 


2.8 






5- 






Travel 






,£i.9-° 


1 


16 


5-4 






11. 8 




17 


5-4 






5- 




10 


5-4 






5. 




10 


54 






5 




10 


5-4 






5- 




10 


6.8 






10. 




16 


13-4 






8.4 


1 


1 


12. 






11. 8 


1 


3 


17.4 






11. 8 


1 


9 


8 






11. 8 




19 


18.8 






11. 8 






5- 






3-4 


1 


18 


14.8 






11.8 


1 


6 



536 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



David Avery 12 Days to Cambridge 16. 

70 Miles Travel out & 70 home 11.8 1 7 

Jesse Snow 8 Days at Cambridge 10.8 

70 Miles Travel out & 70 home 11.8 1 2 

Joseph Bates Ju r 4 Days to the Westward 5.4 

30 Miles Travel out & 30 home 5. 10 

Alpheus Brigham 14 Days to Cambridge 18.8 

70 Miles Travel out & 70 home 11.8 1 10 

John Briant 2 Days to Bennington 2.8 

20 Miles Travel out & 20 home 3.4 6 

Ezra Wilder 3 Days to Walpole 4. 

30 Miles Travel out & 30 home 5. 9 

Jon a Dean 11 days to Cambridge 14.8 

70 Miles Travel out & 70 home 11.8 1 6 

John Hale 14 days at Cambridge 18.8 

40 Miles Travel out & 40 home 6.8 

Ditto at Ticonderoga in 1776, on the Lake 2. 0.0 

John Mathews 14 Days at Cambridge 18.8 

70 Miles Travel out & 70 home 1 1.8 

Ditto Lost at Trenton 1. 4. 2 14 

Jonathan Preist 3 Days on Ipswich alarm 4 

Sineon Burt to Cambridge & Bunker Hill 2 1 1 

John Stone to Cambridge 14 

[9-65] 

Daniel Emery 9 Days to Cambridge 1 3 

George Atridge 14 Days at Cambridge 1 10 

Jonas Cutter 1 5 Days to Cambridge 1 1 1 

Benj a Jaquith 6 Days to Cambridge 

Joseph Cutter 13 Days to Cambridge 

Ephraim Adams 13 Days at Cambridge 

John Hale 14 Days to Cambridge ^1.10.4 

do for his Loss on the Lake in 1776 1.16.0 3 
John Matthews going to Cambridge & Losses 

on the Lake 3 19 

Samuel Stanley 14 Days at Cambridge 1 10 

Ebenezer Ingalls 1 1 days at Cambridge 1 6 

Hugh Dunlap 10 days to Cambridge 1 5 

Benj a Spaulding 7 Days to Cambridge 1 1 

Samuel Adams 6 Days to Cambridge 19 

David Avery 12 Days to Cambridge 1 7 

Robert Gilmore 14 Days to Cambridge 1 10 

Joseph Brooks 14 days to Cambridge 1 10 

William Smiley 12 days to Cambridge 1 7 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



537 



Phineas Spaulding 12 clays to Cambridge 
Alpheus Bridgham 14 Days to Cambridge 
John Harper 5 days to Cambridge 
Jonathan Stanley 9 days to Cambridge 
William M c Allester 7 days to Cambridge 



[9-63] 



Nottingham Account. 



To their Acco* on Alarm at Concord £, 

Ditto for going to Portsm & Durham after Pow 
der Cannon &c 
To Bullets & flints 



[9-64] 



Hanover Account 



To their Acco 4 for Amunition on Alarms £, 

To p d David Woodard for Laying out Lines at Co'os 

To p d for Expresses at sundry times 

To p d for Scouting at different times 

To p d 10 Men for 2 Months in service & Travel 

To Rations for said men 

To 9 Men 6 Months in Vermont & travel 

To their pay Roll on alarms to Royalton Newbury 

&c 
To do Cap 1 M c Clures Company on Alarms do 



[9-64] 



Exeter Account 



To Cap 1 James Hackets pay for his Company to 

Cambridge in 1775 
To do his Company to Portsm to take the Cannon 

&c 
To Cap 1 John Giddinge Company to do do 

To Cap* Eliphalet Lads Acco* do 

To Eph m Robinsons Acco 1 to Cambridge in 1775 
To their Acco* for Amunition on Alarms 



[9-66] 



Cornish Account 



To 1 Serjant & 8 Men 6 Months in Vermont 
To 4 Men 1 Month Scouting & amunition 
To 30 Days Scouting in 1776 & 1777 

36 





7 


8 




10 


4 




3 


8 




1 




69 


15 


9 


14 


2 




5 


15 


3 


64 






1 




4 


5 


16 




33 


3 




44 


3 


4 


5 


12 




1 11 






131 


19 


5 


47 


4 


10 


443 


18 


11 


137 


13 


10 


27 


11 


4 


19 


11 


2 


6 






3 






20 


17 


6 


214 


13 


10 


152 


18 




25 


14 




4 


10 





538 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



To Cap 1 Solomon Chases Roll to Royalton in 1780 
To do Roll to Newbury in 1781 

To Dudley Chases Account for Supplies 
To Solomon Chases Acco 1 for do 
To Moses Chases ap c do 



[9-66] Orford Account 




To Israel Moreys Acco' for supplies on alarms 


Edward Sawyer for 




do 


John Manns for 




do 


Thomas Sawyer for 




do 


Docf Carpenter for 




do 


Nath 1 Rogers for 




do 


Ephraim Morey for 




do 


Joel Wood worth for 




do 


John Morey for 




do 


Robert Simpson for 




do 


Eben r Baldwin for 




do 


Sibbel Cogsdel for 




do 


Moses Palmer & others fo 


r Scouting 


To Jon a Darbys Roll for Scouting 


Eph m Moreys Roll for 


do 




Jon a Sawyers Roll for 


do 




Israel Moreys Ju r Roll for do 




1789 Feb y 18 th return'd Orfords Accounts with the 


Vouchers to Simpson Esq 







[9-67] 



Peirmont Account 



2 
3 
4 
5 
7 
8 

9 
10 
11 
12 



Azariah Webb for supplies on Alarms on the 

Frontiers 

John Weed for supplies do 

Andrew Cook do do 

Isaac Patterson do 

Solomon Baily do 

Thomas Russel do 

Abner Chandler do 

John Richards do 

Francis Fenton do 

Bradford Spafford do 

Samuel Root do 



60 


15 


16 




3 






17 


5 


18 


4 
3 
8 


6 
19 




7 




12 


6 


18 




10 


1 




1 


4 




4 
16 


12 




30 
1 


16 


2 


10 




12 


1 






15 




11 




13 


5 


10 




10 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



539 



13 Azariah Webb for Cash paid 5 Men for Guarding 
at Co 1 Hazens Block house in Winter 1780 
Azariah Webb for 4 Bushels of Salt 
Cap 1 Azariah Webbs Roll in 1780 
do do 

do do 

do do 

L' Isaac Pattersons Roll 



14 
15 
16 

17 
18 

19 

20 Noah Fords Acco' for building a Fort in Piermont 

Dec r 25 th 1789, Deliverd to William Talton 



1781 
1781 
1782 
1781 



[9-68] Haverhill Account 

1 Timothy Barrons Acco 1 for supplies on Alarms &c 

2 Ephraim Wesson Acco' for do 

3 Nathaniel Merril Acco 1 for Scouting in 1780 

4 Joshua Hayward Acco 1 for Supplies &c 

5 Simeon Goodwins Acco 1 do 

6 John Page Ace' do 

7 Charles Johnston Acco' do 

8 Joseph Hutchins Acco 1 do 

9 Samuel Ladd Acco' do 

do do for Work on Fort Hutchinson 

10 Timothy Beedle Acco 1 do supplies 

1 1 John Ladd Acco' do 

12 Thomas Minor Ace' do 

13 Joseph Pearson Ace' do for Scouting 

14 Maxi Haseltine Acco' for Provision 

15 James Ladd Acco' for Scouting 

17 Daniel Stevins Ace' for supplies &c 

18 Amos Blood Ace' for scouting 

19 James Woodward Ace' for do & supplies 

20 Ezekiel Ladd Acco' for do & supplies 

21 John Saunders Acco' for do 

22 Jonathan Ring Acco' for supplies 

24 Ebenezer MTntosh Ace' for Scouting 

25 Amos Fisk Ace' for supplies 

26 Cap' Joseph Hutchins pay Roll for Alarm in 

Oct 1780 

27 L' James Ladds do for scouting in 

Jany 1780 

Sam 1 Goodwins Acco' for work on Fort Hutch- 
inson 

Dec r 25th 1789 Returnd to M r Joseph Hutchins 



7 




10 




33 





10 


10 


14 


14 


15 


10 


30 




3 





1 


18 


3 


15 


2 


3 


7 


1 


5 


5 


9 




9 




11 


15 


3 


15 


21 


15 


15 


11 


2 


2 


1 





3 


6 


5 


14 


4 


17 




18 


8 


19 


8 


1 1 


1 


5 


2 


4 




18 


n 


15 


23 


5 


112 


9 


1 


13 



2 

7 
11 
10 



540 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[9-69] Rye Account 

To 162 Days on the Batterys at Portsm Harbour 
in 1775 @ 2s £ 

48 Days moveing Guns from Jerrys point in 

1775 @ 3s 
400 Nights guarding sea Coast in 1775 @ 1/6 
To their Acco 1 for 7 Days building Barracks @ 3s 

[9-69] Lyndborough Account 

To their Acco* for the Alarm at Lexington 
To do the Alarm at Ticonderoga 



[9-69] 



North Hampton Account 



To their Account 40 Men 3 Days work on forts at 

Piscataqua Harbour in 1775 @ 2s 
To 1 Day 60 Men by Order of Gen 1 Sullivan @ 2s 
To 1 Day 60 Men to take the Cannon at Jerrys 



Point 



3s 



To 3 teems of 6 Oxen each to hall Cannon do 

To 50 Nights 5 men to guard the Sea Coast 1775 

@ 1/6 
To 21 Men 4 Day on the Alarm at Concord 



[9-69] Wilton 

Cap 1 Jonathan Burtons Comp^to Cambridge in 1775 

[9-69] Antrim 

Cap 1 John Duncans pay Roll Compy to Cambridge 



1775 



[9-70] 



Stratham Account 



To a Pay Roll for 28 Men to Concord on the Alarm 
in 1775 £ 

[9-70] Rindge Account chargd 

To Account on Alarm at Concord in 1775 
Ditto on Alarm at Royalton — 1780 

£ 



16 

7 

30 

1 



85 
6 



12 

6 

9 
1 

18 
10 

58 
49 



n 



32 

61 
38 

100 



19 
14 



16 

15 
17 



12 



13 

5 



[9-70] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Hopkinton Account 



541 



Cap 1 Jonathan Straw pay Roll to Cambridge in 1775 
Cap* Joshua Bayley pay Roll Alarm at Coos 1780 



[9-70] 



Clairmont Account 



To L 1 Jeremiah Spencer's Roll for taking two British 

Officers Oct 1780 £ 

To Samuel Ashley's Acco 1 for supplies &c on alarms 

in 1780 
Francis Beatty's Acco 1 of Supplies do 

Daniel Fords Acco 1 do do 

Oliver Ashley Acco 1 do do 

Edward Goodwins Acco 1 do do 



[9-7i] 



Fitz William Account 



To a pay Roll to Cambridge in 1775 
To do to Royalton 1780 



£ 



[9-7i] 



Bath Account 



Joshua Beedles Acco 1 for Scouting &c 

John Rowell Acco 1 for do 

Stephen Smith Acco 1 for do 

Mark Sanborn Acco 1 do 

Eliphalet Cleveland do & supplies 

do for Work on the Fort in Bath 

Elisha Cleveland do scouting 

John Merrli do 

do for work on the Fort in Bath 

Joshua Saunders do scouting 



William Eastman 




do 


do do 


for Work 


on a Fort 


Obadiah Eastman 


do 


Scouting 


Jeremiah Gilman 




do 


John Jewett 




do 


Cyrus Bailey 




do 


Moses Pike 




do 



60 


17 


9 


12 


8 


7 


14 


16 


4 
2 


10 


8 


4 




15 


3 


2 


10 

7 




2 






32 


19 




5 


11 


6 


38 


10 


6 


1 


7 




2 


11 




1 


16 




1 






1 


15 

9 

15 


4 


1 


7 
3 




3 






8 


11 




4 


19 




1 


17 




1 


1 




2 


5 




1 


16 
15 





542 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



David Weeks Acco 1 for Gun & Blanket lost in 

Canada 1775 £2. 8. 
do his Acco 1 for Scouting &c 4. 11. 4 

do for Work on a Fort in Bath 

Ebenezer Sanborn Acco* for Scouting 

John Dodge Ace 1 do 

[9-72] Temple Account 

Benj a Boyam's Roll at the Alarm in 1775 at Cam 

bridge £ 

Gershom Drewry's Roll on Royalton Alarm 



[9-72] 



Kensington Account 



To Cap 1 Winthrop Rows Pay Roll at the Alarm at 

Concord 1775 
To their Acco' for Labour at Portsmouth 



[9-72] Dover Account 

To their Acco 1 at the Alarm at Concord 
do on the Alarm at Kittery 

do work on Fort Sullivan 

[9-72] Wakefield Account 

To their Acco 1 on the alarm at Kittery 



^35-io. 5 
20. o. o 
17.11. 4 



[9-72] 



Brentwood Account 



To their Acco 1 on the Alarm at Concord 
do for Powder, Balls & flints 

To 40 Men on an Alarm at Rye 
To 20 Men one week at Portsm 
To Expence after Cannon to Great Island 



£ 

[9~73] Rochester Account 

To their Accot on the Alarm at Cambridge in 1775 £ 

To do on Alarm at Kittery 

To do to Jerrys Point after Cannon 

To do for Amunition on the above Alarms 



6 


l 9 


4 


1 


19 




4 


11 


4 


3 






79 
8 


19 
18 


9 
6 


17 


5 


4 


25 






73 


1 


9 


16 


16 


2 


69 


14 


6 


21 


3 




6 






97 


1 


6 


15 


14 


11 


17 
16 


7 


5 


5 


12 




54 


14 


4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



543 



[9~73] Lebanon Account. 

To their Acco* for Amunition on Alarms 

To paid for Expresses at sundry times 

To p d for Scouting 

To p d for men on Alarms at Sundry times 

To Provision for men going on Alarms 

To Horse Keeping on Alarms 

To 10 Men 6 Months at Vermont 

To W m Huntingtons Roll on Alarm at Corinth 

To do Roll do 

To U Elisha Tickners Roll 

Joseph & Joel Tilden aditional Roll 



[9~73] Canaan Account. 

To L* Jones Roll at Royalton Alarm &c 
To 3 Men 6 Months under Gen 1 Enoss 

[9-74] Lime Account 

To their Account for Scouting 
To do do 

To do do 

To do do 

To do do 

To do do 



Windham Account 



£ 



£ 



£ 



[9-74] 

charg'd To Cap* Joseph Cloyd's Pay Roll to Cam- 
bridge 

[9-74] Lemester Account 

To their Account going on Alarm at Coo's 
To do on Alarm to Royalton 



£ 



[9-75] 



Durham Account 



To 106 Men one Day to Portsmouth after Cannon 
To 1 5 Men 4 Days each bringing up River 
To 70 Men 2 Day on Concord Alarm in 1775 
To 300 Days work on Forts Washington & Sullivan 



43 


17 


10 


4 


6 




27 






61 


3 


3 


13 


16 


8 


1 


4 


3 


120 






35 


2 




29 






7i 


8 


3 


1 


10 


8 


408 


8 


10 


28 


1 1 


7 


36 






6 


8 




47 


8 




22 


18 




64 


16 




48 


5 


7 


37 


18 




227 


13 


7 


35 





8 


3 


13 


8 


8 


10 


2 


15 


18 




9 






17 


13 


4 


30 







544 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[9-75] Hindsdale 

Cap 1 Doolittle's Compy alarm Oct 1780 £ 

[9-75] Pelham Account 

To their Account for going to Lexington in 1775 
To do do 

To do do 

charg'd — the abstract made the Town for Lexing- 
ton & Bunker hill 

[9—75] Barrington Account 

To their Account for work on Forts at Portsmouth & 
alarm at Kittery 



[9-75] 



Bedford Account 



To a Pay Roll for Men to Cambridge in 1775 
Bunker Hill Alarm 1775 



[9-76] 



Portsmouth Account 



£ 



To takeing the Powder from the fort in 1774 

To securing Masts belonging to the British 

To expence bringing Cannon from Jerrys point 

To Labour on the Forts at Portsmouth 

To paid for Express at different times 

To Building Bridge, fire Rafts Boom a Cross River 

&c 
To Expence keeping a Number of Indians &c 
To guarding a Nights &c in Portsmouth 10 Months 

of 10 Men 



[9-76] Greenland Account 

To Work on the Forts at Portsmouth 

[9-76] Candia Account charg'd 

To their Account on the alarm at Concord in 1775 

[9-77] Salem Account 

To a pay Roll for men to Cambridge in 1775 



£ 



12 


11 


4 


15 

7 
18 


17 

4 

15 


8 


33 


6 


10 


17 






53 
15 


n 
13 


4 


20 






15 

20 






150 

15 






30 
15 






200 






465 






27 


3 




45 


18 




56 


12 


6 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



545 



[9-77] 



Alstead Account 



charg'd To 3 Men to Cambridge on the alarm in 1775 
To Lieu 1 Waldo's Roll to Royalton 



[9-77] 



Chesterfield Account 



To their Account for Amunition on alarms 
To Pay Roll on the alarm to Royalton 1780 
To Cap 1 Hartwells Ace' for Supplies on alarms 

[9 _ 77] Gilsom Account charg'd 

To their Account on the alarm at Cambridge 
To do on the alarm at Cohass in 1781 



[9-77] 



Surrey Account 



To their account on the Alarm to Cambridge 
To do for men under Genr 1 Enoss 

To do on alarm to Cohass in 1781 



[9-77] 



Marlow Account 



To their Account on the alarm to Cambridge 
To do alarm at Royalton in 1780 

To do alarm at Cohass 1781 



[9-78] 



Unity Account 



To thier Account on the alarm to Cambridge 
To do alarm to Royalton 1780 

To do alarm to Cohass 1781 

[9-78] Nottingham West [Hudson] Account 
To a Pay Roll on the alarm to Cambridge 

[9—78] Wear Account 

To a Pay Roll on the alarm to Cambridge 

[9-78] Keen Account 

To Amunition on alarms 

To their Account on alarm at Cambridge 



5 
27 



7 

37 

2 



7 
24 



10 

14 



19 

14 
13 



II 


17 


4 


53 






3 





4 


43 


4 


4 


34 


1 


5 


6 




10 


83 


6 


7 


4 


11 




4 


12 




3 





8 


56 






8 


5 


8 


21 






22 


4 


8 



546 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[9-78] 



Madbury Account 



To Amunition on alarms 

To 20 Men on Forts at Portsmouth 

To Amunition omitted 

[9-78] Ackworth Account 

To their Account on the alarm at Royalton 

[9-79] Concord Account 

1775 The Account on the Alarm at Cambridge 
charg'd to Continent 

[9-79] Hamptonfalls 

1775 Ap 1 Alarm at Lexington & Roll 

at Ipswich 
Sea Coast Portsmouth & Hampton 



[9-79] 



Packersfield [Nelson] 



1775 Alarm at Lexington jQ 

1780 Alarm at Co'os 

[9~79] Sandown 

1775 Alarm at Lexington 

[9-79] Deerfield charg'd 

1775 Alarm at Lexington p Cap 4 Marston's Roll 

[9~79] Richmond 

1 78 1 for 15 Men guarding the western Frontiers 5 

Months Wages @ 40s and 200 Miles travel 

@2 d 



[9-80] New Holderness 

William Lyons for Supplies 

[9-80] Gillsum 

1777 Zadock Hurd bounty for 8 months 



£ 

£ 



20 
6 


2 


1 


14 


23 


2 


32 


3 


33 
15 
30 


19 
3 
8 


33 
28 


12 


36 




85 





162 


10 


8 


13 


8 


11 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



547 



1779 Samuel White bounty 1 Year 
1779 Frederick Tubbs " 1 Year 



£ 



1790 Aug st 18 Rec d a Certificate for an Order on 
the Treasurer for Fifty one Pounds fourteen 
shillings & two pence Lemuel Holmes 



[9-3o] 



Salem 



1779 July Nathaniel Kelly a Bounty for 1 year 
Friend Noyes do 

Jacob Hardy do 



£ 



1 79 1 Feby 23 gave a Certificate to M r William Thom 
[9-81] Sandborntown 

1777 May Caleb Gilman 8 mo Bounty £ 

Thomas Taylor do 
Stephen Burley do 
Joseph Jewett do 

1778 Ap 1 Joseph Gilman 1 year 

Humphrey Hunt do 



1792 Feb y 28 Received a Certificate for an Order 
for the above sum Moses Tomson 

Josiah Emery 



[9-81] 



Dunstable 



1779 Bounty paid William Mann in the Corps of 
Artillery Artificers, Cap* Chapman's Compy 
Col Flowers Regim 1 [Mass.] £ 

1792 Dec r 25 th Receivd a Certificate for an Order 
for the above Sum Noah Lovewell 

[9-81] Westmoreland 

1779 July Bounty paid Ephraim Sawyer for 1 y r £ 




26 



10 



20 



54-8 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[9-81] Deerfield C r 

1 78 1 By Supplies to Barnard Sergent's Family 

1793 March 21 st Receiv'd a Certificate for the above 
Twelve Pounds eleven shillings & six pence 

Richard Jenness 
Moses Barnard 



12 



11 



[The foregoing is all that could be found of that class of mat- 
ter ; it is probable that there were similar accounts of other towns 
which have been lost. — Ed.] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 549 

[9-S2] [Acworth.] 

State of New Hampshire To The Town of Acworth D r 

1779 To Bounty & Travel money to Edward Keys a 
Soldier in Col 1 Mooneys Regiment to Rhode 
Island — p Receipt 45. o. 

Errors Excepted in behalf of The Selectmen 
of Ackworth p John Duncan 

In Committee of Cairns ) Examind, and the Voucher lodg'd in this 
Exeter July 13th 1782 ) Office J Gilman 

Equal to 1.14.9 silver money 

Exeter Nov r 21 — 1782 Receivd an Order on the Treas r for one 
pound fourteen shillings & nine pence the Amo 1 of the within 
Acco* in Silver of the within Acco 1 — John Duncan 

State of New Hampshire to the Town of Ackworth D r 

1779 Aug* 9 th To the State Bounty paid Prince Walley a 

Soldier for 1 year in the Cont 1 Army p Rec 1 £60. o. 

Errors Excepted in behalf of the Selectmen 

of Ackworth p John Duncan 

In Committee of Claims ) Exam d and the Voucher lodgd in this 
Exeter July 13 th 1782 ) Office. J. Gilman 

Exeter Nov r 21 st 1782 Rec d an Order on the Treasurer for 

two pounds twelve shillings & 2 d the Am in Silver of the within 

Acc° 

John Duncan 

To the Honorable Committea of Saftea Gent m This Is To In- 
form your Honars that We Have three men In the Continental 
Service During the Present War Which Names Is as fawles Paris 
Richardsoji Simeon Powers Mathew greer and the other man We 
Will procure as Soon as may Bee Rased By any Meanes for thay 
are Vary Hard To be gott for an