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MISCELLANEOUS 



Revolutionary Documents 



OF 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 



Including the Association Test, the Pension Rolls, and Other 
Important Papers 



VOL. 30 
STATE PAPERS SERIES 



ALBFLRT STILLMAN BATCHELLOR, Litt. D. 
Editor of State Papers 



MANCHESTEE, N. H. 
Pkintei> fok The State by The John B. Ci.akke Co. 
1910 



CONTENTS 



Page 

Introduction .......... vii 

Association Test 1-168 

New Hampshire Men on the Massachusetts Revolutionary 

Eolls 169-198 

New Hampshire Pension Roll, 1835 199-390 

New Hampshire Pension Roll, 1840 391-434 

Major John Brown's Detachment, Green Mountain Boys . 435-447 
Men of Colonel Bedel's Regiment Surrendered at The Cedars, 

1776 448-452 

Miscellaneous Rolls and Documents ..... 453-539 

Index 543 



CORRECTIONS 



On page 173 the item "Lieutenant-Colonel" should be omitted, and the 
totals corrected accordingly. 

On page 177 the name of Aaron Cleveland of Canterbury, Lieutenant- 
Colonel, should be omitted, as he was probably of Canterbury, Conn. 

On page 424 the name Sarah Bowen should be Sarah Bowers. 



INTRODUCTION 



The original documents which constitute the basis of treatises on 
the relations of New Hampshire to the American Eevolution have 
never been systematically and comprehensively assembled. It is not 
possible to set bounds to such a collection. It necessarily extends back 
into a comparatively remote antiquity, and collaterally into the archive?, 
of other states, of the Federal government, and of other nations, and 
into the accumulations of manuscripts and records in a large and con- 
stantly increasing number of private, municipal, and educational libra- 
ries. Much has been accomplished in recent years in the organization, 
cataloguing, and description of these collections. This state has pub- 
lished extensive installments of its archives and related documents, in 
which the facts that should be sought for a narrative of the part per- 
formed by its people in this important epoch are made apparent. 

In this connection an outline of what has been published is not 
inappropriate. 

The journals of the five Eevolutionary conventions, in the con- 
temporary records described as "Congresses," appear in volume 7 of 
the State Papers series. Early in 1776 the fifth Provincial Congress 
reported and adopted a state constitution, the first promulgated by 
any American colony in the Eevolutionary period, and on that as a 
basis caused a government to be organized and established. 8 N. H. 
State Papers, 2; Journal of the Continental Congress, 1775, p. 319. It 
was the expectation that this government would be temporary. Such 
was the result, although an, attempt to adopt a more permanent form 
of constitution in 1778 was a conspicuous failure. Manual of the Con- 
stitution of New Hampshire, p. 71. The constitution of 1776 served 
its purpose until that of 1784 was adopted and put into operation. In 
this important period were preserved the journals of the Council, which 
corresponded to the present Senate, the House of Eepresentatives, and 
the Committee of Safety, which exercised extensive legislative and exec- 



Vlll INTRODUCTION 

utive powers when the legislature was not in session. The journals 
of the Council and the House of Eepresentatives from 1774 to 1784 
appear in the printed volume in the form of abstracts which show a 
diminishing degree of fulness in transcription to the end of the period 
named. 

It is due to the department which had in charge this work to state 
that this system of abstracts in place of a complete presentation of the 
records, according to the original purpose of the editor, was the result 
of the compulsory application of false ideas of economy in the prose- 
cution of this work. It is estimated that six volumes of ordinary size 
would have presented the journals in full, and would have thus ren- 
dered all that is now buried in manuscript volumes imperfectly indexed 
conveniently accessible for general investigation. This estimate in- 
cludes, of course, the journal of the Committee of Safety as an essential 
feature. This record has been printed in volume 7 of the Collections 
of the Xew Hampshire Historical Society, but it is believed that eventu- 
ally it will find place in the State Papers series, which will continue 
the publication in full of the journals from 1754 to 1784, heretofore 
printed in abstract only. 

The controversy over the right of jurisdiction, which involved Ver- 
mont as the principal, and Xew Hampshire and New York as interested 
parties, was to Xcw Hampshire a constant source of danger and distrac- 
tion from the. duty of performing a full part in the contest with Great 
Britain. A part of the population in the counties bordering on the 
Connecticut river held aloof from the Xew Hampshire Eevolutionary 
government, and refused to recognize it as lawful, from the time of the 
adoption of the constitution of 1776 to the determination of the con- 
troversy by the intervention of Washington in January, 1782. 10 X. 
H. State Papers, 462. At times the movement was towards an inde- 
pendent state, which was to include territory on both sides of the river. 
At other times it tended towards a union of a part of Vermont with 
New Hampshire, or the annexation of a considerable part of this state 
to Vermont. The issue was a troublesome one in Congress, where 
Vermont was at a considerable disadvantage in having no representa- 
tion. This condition of affairs was the occasion for the celebrated 
Haldimand correspondence, from which it is a reasonable inference that 
certain popular leaders in Vermont had by astute diplomacy made it 



INTKODUCTION IX 

appear to Governor Haldimand that it might not be for the futuro 
interests of Great Britain for him to allow destructive British warfare 
in the territory of Vermont. 2 Coll. Vt. Hist. Soc. The documents 
relating to the conflicting claims of Jurisdiction over the region formerly 
known as the Xew Hampshire Grants are somewhat voluminous, and 
constitute part of the English and Canadian archives, as well as those 
of New York, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont. The first 
New Hampshire collection of the documents relating to this subject 
which could be regarded as comprehensive was edited by Dr. Bouton, 
and published in volume 10 of this series. In volume 26 the charters 
of townships and grants of lands to individuals by Governor Benning 
Wentworth, west of the Connecticut river, were printed in full, with 
appropriate notes. Four hundred copies were purchased and distributed 
by the state of Vermont. The late Hon. Hiram A. Huse, State Libra- 
rian of Vermont, cooperated with the editor of the volume in the 
preparation of the material. The controversies which had their origin 
in the events outlined in the editors preface to volume 26 culminated 
in the period of the American Eevolution, and projected upon that 
struggle a perplexing and dangerous complication. Its historical im- 
portance has been made more apparent by the modern presentation o* 
the documents relating to it in a systematic and accessible form. State 
publications, however, have failed to reach what might constitute a 
Tery extensive supplement to the printed archives relating to the A-'er- 
mont controversy. 

The state of New Hampshire, in volumes 14, 15, 16, and 17 of the 
State Papers series, presented the rolls of the soldiers of the Eevolu- 
tion in a form which was governed as nearly as possible by the rule 
of exact reproduction. It was wisely decided that the peculiarities of 
the original record should not be disregarded. The collection, arrange- 
ment and editorial labor required for the publication of these docu- 
ments was committed to the late Hon. Isaac W. Hammond, Editor of 
State Papers and Deputy Secretary of State. What he accomplished 
in this undertaking has met in a most satisfactory degree the exacting 
tests of time and use. Moreover, it will be observed that Mr. Ham- 
mond's collection was very nearly exhaustive of the available docu- 
mentary material. In 1791 a committee of the legislature, of which 
Jeremiah Smith was chairman, presented a report on the organizations 



X INTRODUCTION 

that were engaged in the military service for New Hampshire in the 
period of the war for independence. 9 X. H. Hist. Soc, Coll., 415. A 
file of original Xew Hampshire Eevolntionary rolls exists in the pension 
department at Washington, in an excellent state of preservation, except 
that two volumes are missing. Xo systematic investigation has yet 
been made to discover the personnel of New Hampshire service in the 
Continental Army. A notable deficiency exists in the absence of rolls 
of the thirty-one companies that w^ere sent from Xew Hampshire in 
1775 for the reinforcement of Washington's army at the siege of Bos- 
ton on the occasion of the inopportune withdrawal of the Connecticut 
contingent. A list of the officers of these companies has been preserved, 
and this indicates approximately the places from which they were 
drawn. A few rolls, mainly of Continental service, have come to light 
since the publication of Mr. Hammond's volumes, and are included in 
this collection. 

It has been said that at the time of tlie Royalton raid of 1780 
there were more New Hampshire men under arms than at any other 
period of the war. The rolls of companies, and almost all the other 
evidence of service of the organizations responding to this alarm, have 
disappeared. New Hampshire men were -engaged in Gen. Jacob Bailey's 
Vermont brigade in 1777, and they were in the Massachusetts service 
in great numbers. Many of the latter are unquestionably identified. 
Research actuated and stimulated in recent years by various patriotic 
hereditary societies has doubtless added largely to the sum of exact 
knowledge of the men of the Revolution as members of family groups. 
The material that will Ijc finally available for the history of New Hamp- 
shire in that period, a work yet to be written, is constantly, though 
slowly, coming into view, and is given appropriate place in the pub- 
lished archives of the state. Stevens's Facsimiles of Manuscripts in 
European Archives Relating to America, 1773-1783, are an invaluable 
contribution to the documentary literature which is becoming accessible 
in this country. It is to be regretted that Xew Hampshire historians 
of the time of the Revolution failed to appreciate the importance of 
their own view of the events of that great conflict, and of satisfactory 
character sketches of the principal actors. Dr. Belknap, whose history 
of New Hampshire will always rightly hold the highest place in litera- 
ture of its class, condenses his narrative of events leading to actual 



INTRODUCTION XI 

hostilites into two chapters, thirty-two pages, while his story of the 
conflict itself occupies a single chapter of twenty pages. The next 
contribution to the documentary history of this period will necessitate 
a comprehensive examination of the archives of England, France, Ger- 
many, and the Canadian provinces. It is not to be expected that such 
an enterprise will ever be prosecuted by private efEort and expenditure. 
In its importance, its character, and its scope it is manifestly govern- 
mental. 

It is a fact too significant to be overlooked that in the Eevolutionary 
movement in New Hampshire the espousal of a common cause was an 
individual affair, and the citizen, in his own person, constantly appears 
in the records as the declarant of his sentiments and intentions; and 
those who exercised the functions of leadership were thus enabled 
to stand upon a foundation of unmistakable support and cooperation 
on the part of the people. It did not appear to be admissible, from 
either the standpoint of the leaders or that of their followers, that there 
should be any possibility of misunderstanding as to the attitude, not 
only of the state and the town, but of each citizen in his individual 
capacity. Hence, if retaliation on the mother country was contemplated 
by refusal to purchase her exportations to America, the assent of the 
men of every town and parish was obtained over their individual signa- 
tures. New Hampshire's Five Pro%dncial Congresses, by Joseph B. 
Walker, pp. 9, 10; The Kew Hampshire Covenant of 1774, by Joseph 
B. Walker. The actual identification of the people of the state as 
individuals and as a body politic was a subject of vital interest, and pre- 
saged consequences which could not be foreseen or predicted. Again 
the men upon whom devolved the solemn duty of making effectual their 
declared political purposes were asked to announce their attitude, to 
espouse the cause of independence by subscribing to an instrument 
called the Association Test. One of these documents was provided for 
each town, and every male inhabitant of lawful age, except lunatics, 
idiots, and negroes, was given an opportunity to join in the compact. 
It was ordered that those who refused to sign were to be reported to 
the Assembly by name. A remarkable approach to unanimity marked 
the signing of this pledge throughout the state. The business of pro- 
curing signatures, and of reporting the names of those who refused 
to sign, was committed to the selectmen of each town. Either these 



xii INTRODUCTION 

pajjors were not circulated in all the towns, or, what is more probable, 
many of them were not duly forwarded to the Assembly and were after- 
wards lost, as not all the towns are represented in the returns now pre- 
served in the archives. The total number of signers aggregates 8,567, 
and 781 refused to sign for various reasons. These papers are of ex- 
traordinary importance and value from every point of view. They ar3 
reprinted in this volume with scrupulous accuracy and completeness, 
and are carefully indexed. 

The archives of this state relating to the period of the Revolution, 
as in other states, are susceptible of two divisions, though they are not 
absolutely separable and distinct. One of these divisions would include 
legislative proceedings, petitions, complaints, and explanations sub- 
mitted to the General Court, court proceedings and files relating to 
that part of the population now described as Royalists. A few of these 
documents necessarily appear in the general publications relating to 
the Revolution. The great mass of this class of records has been disre- 
garded, and they have thus become a particular section of the archives. 
Only one side is fully and fairly presented in print. The papers in the 
state's custody which relate exclusively to the Royalists are a counter- 
part of what appears in liberal measure in the publications of this de- 
partment, and which may be regarded as anti-Tory literature. No 
index to the Royalist documents has been provided. The records 
are, of course, largely personal and have never been comprehensively 
treated for ])ublication. The Revolutionary archives of the state and of 
the courts contain the data for an exposition of the charges against 
those who were apprehended and prosecuted as Tories, the statements 
of individual offenses, and the answers and explanations of the parties. 

The British government provided for the relief of those Royalists who 
had suffered loss of property or other injury supposed to be worthy 
of compensation. A commission was empowered to investigate the gen- 
eral subject, and to ascertain and report as to those deserving of relief. 
Persons represented to be members of this class, and entitled to the 
benefits of parliamentary legislation, were permitted to file their claims 
and proofs in form and method somewhat similar to that now in use 
in the Bureau of Pensions of the United States. 

Two of the commissioners. Col. Thomas Dundas and Mr. Jeremy 
Pemberton, were sent to America to conduct hearings and to receive 



• INTRODUCTION XIU 

and consider evidence. These commissioners sat in Halifax, St. John, 
Quebec, and Montreal, and their work extended over a period of four 
years, from 1?85 to 1789. Their original rough notes, in thirty-five vol- 
umes, are now in the Library of Congress, and have been pul)lished in the 
report of the Ontario Bureau of Archives for 1904. Copies of all the 
completed records, reports, and documents of the entire commission, in- 
cluding both English and American hearings, were obtained some years 
ago by the New York Public Library, and are now accessible in that 
institution. These copies fill more than sixty folio volumes. 

The New Hampshire State Library has secured from the English 
archives copies of all these papers that relate to the claimants from New 
Hampshire and Vermont. The documents that are now assembled in 
the archives and library of this state relating to those citizens who were 
suspected or accused of Royalist tendencies will afi'ord sutticient material 
for a printed volume of the average size of those already pul)lished in 
the State Papers series. An impartial Judgment of history may be ren- 
dered, although the evidence of one side is not presented, but this is a 
hazardous method of determining justice. 

Otis G. Hammond, M. A., of the State Library, recently read a mono- 
graph on the Royalists of New Hampshire before the Social Science 
Club of Dartmouth College. This paper was exhaustive in research, 
and in all respects an admirable presentation of the subject. It is still 
unpublished, but will prove a singularly helpful and instructive treat- 
ment of an element in the early history of the state that has been too 
long neglected. 

The Revolutionary rolls of Massachusetts have been treated on a 
different plan from that employed in New Hampshire. An alphabetical 
system was adopted, by which each soldier is given a separate paragraph, 
and all the essential items relating to his service follow his name. This 
results in an extensive biographical dictionary, and renders all the 
data concerning an individual immediately available, although the geo- 
graphical clues afforded by the names as grouped in the original rolls 
are lost. This publication occupies seventeen quarto volumes. New 
Hampshire men in large numbers served in Massachusetts organizations, 
and many of them are identified by residence. A list has been com- 
piled, and included in this volume, which contains the names of those 
who appear on the Massachusetts rolls as residents of the state of New 



XIV INTRODUCTION 

Hampshire beyond the possibility of reasonable doubt. There is 
no question that other men of New Hampshire were engaged in 
the Massachusetts service, whose identity as such is not made ap- 
parent by a statement of residence, or who are, on the rolls, assigned 
to Massachusetts towns. In other instances the record is ambiguous 
by reason of the existence of towns of the same name in both states. 
The list in this volume is not extended to include such problematical 
eases. In default of a clear statement of residence in a New Hampshire 
town, the identiiication of New Hampshire men must be left to local 
historians, genealogists, and other special investigators. 

The United States published in 1835, in three volumes, a list of all 
pensioners who were then, or had previously been on the rolls of that 
department, and in 1841 another list of pensioners then living. A copy 
of these rolls, so far as they relate to New Hampshire, is included in 
this volume. These tables not only serve as a useful supplement to, 
and verification of the original rolls, especially on points of location and 
identification of men for whom service is claimed, but they indicate 
the extent to which those who participated in the war for independence 
continued to be an element in the population of the state. The volumes 
in which these pension rolls were originally published by the govern- 
ment have become very scarce, and, when found, their usefulness is 
greatly impaired by the lack of indexes. 

In the early years of the war operations proceeding in two directions 
made it incumbent upon this state to raise a large number of troops, 
one part going to participate in the invasion of Canada, and another 
part to join General "Washington's army, engaged in the siege of Bos- 
ton. There were, also, other, but less important calls to which the 
state responded. The regiment commanded by Colonel Bedel in 1775 
was a part of the army then operating in Canada. The next year the 
second regiment of which Colonel Bedel had command also became a 
part of the Continental Army in Canada. The surrender at The Cedars 
May 21, 1776, where a contingent was in command of Major Isaac But- 
terfield, in the absence of Colonel Bedel and Lieutenant-Colonel Waite, 
involved only a part of the regiment. The list of men included in the 
surrender, and named as members of various companies in this regiment, 
is taken from Force's American Archives, Fifth Series, volume 1, 
p. 167. This short list indicates that a large part of the regiment was 



INTRODUCTION XV 

engaged elsewhere at the time of the surrender. Rolls of the regiment 
as enlisted and organized are printed in 14 X. H. State Papers, 285 et 
seq. A comparison of the surrender rolls with the enlistment rolls, 
to indicate those presumably engaged in other duty, affords a basis upon 
which another feature of the history of the regiment may be traced. 
Affair of the Cedars, and the Services of Col. Timothy Bedel in the 
War of the Eevolution, by Edgar Aldrich, 3 Proc. X. H. Hist. Soc, 191. 

The discovery of the rolls of a battalion commanded by Major John 
Brown, and recruited largely from this regiment, was recently made by 
Hon. Ezra S. Stearns, formerly Secretary of State. These documents 
are in the archives of New York, and prove an additional contribution 
by this state to the service of 1776. They are printed in full in this 
volume for the first time. 

The archives of the province and state of New Hampshire in the past 
three hundred years have been subjected to many vicissitudes. In the 
earlier part of the province period they were transported from place to 
place with the recurring changes of political jurisdiction; they were 
scattered and mutilated; the residence of the custodian was burned; 
the capital was migratory before its final establishment at Concord. At 
the time of the reconstruction of the capitol in 1861: the archives were 
deposited for months in the unprotected galleries of the old building. 
Ancient documents, bearing rare autographs, were at the mercy of preda- 
tory collectors and other vandals. It is possible that a partial explana- 
tion is here found for the occasional appearance of records and papers 
in private possession, which originally had place in the official custody 
of the state. By the labors of a lifetime the late Peter Force assembled 
a great collection of historical manuscripts, many of which were pub- 
lished in his American Archives. His accumulations were finally pur- 
chased by the Federal government. Many documents of his collection, 
published and unpublished, might advantageously be included hereafter 
in the volumes to be issued by this department. The value of these 
papers may be indicated by the one published herewith. 

The remainder of the text of this volume is occupied by two groups 
of Continental Army rolls of New Hampshire men which have not 
hitherto been printed, as they have come to light since the publication 
of Mr. Hammond's four Revolutionary volumes. One group is the prop- 
erty of the Xew Hampshire Historical Society, and the other of the 
Frye brothers of Wilton, N. H. 



XVI INTRODUCTION 

The exhaustive index which has been prepared by Mr. Otis G. Ham- 
mond reveals the name of every person and place mentioned in the text 
of the book, and will render a very large amount of information relating 
to the political and military history of the province and state easily 
accessible. It is due to Mr. Hammond, the Assistant Editor of State 
Papers, to state that he is entitled to credit for the collection, arrange- 
ment, and presentation of this material in its present form in this 
volume, in accordance with plans in which he and the editor have en- 
tirely concurred. 

It is deemed advisable at this point to call special attention to the 
state publications which a-re designed to serve as indexes and guides to 
the extensive manuscript collections of the state. Without attempting 
to describe in detail what these archives are, it may be stated that the 
records of the Governor and Council from 1631 to 1784, as an executive 
department, are preserved and arranged in eight manuscript volumes, and 
have been printed as far as 1775 in this series. These Council records 
are, however, fragmentary and incomplete at intervals, which may be 
consistent with the theory that they are but the rough notes of the 
recording officer, and that the extended records were removed from the 
country, or lost by accident or official neglect. It has also been sug- 
gested that these notes never were elaborated into a full record. The 
index to these journals published by the state in 1896 is a very helpful 
compilation. 

The journals of the House of Eepresentatives, sometimes termed the 
Assembly, are extant, with an occasional hiatus, from 1711, and a rec- 
ord for the year 1699 is also preserved. This material, from 1711 to 
1784, is the subject of another index published by the state in two 
volumes. This journal, with the index, is a valuable supplement to the 
information accessible in the printed journals, as the complete presenta- 
tion of these records in the State Papers series ends with 1754, after 
which Dr. Bouton adopted a system of abstracts. 

No index to the journals of the Council and Assembly, as a legislative 
body corresponding to the Senate as established under the present con- 
stitution, has ever been compiled. These records are not complete, but 
are approximately so from 1692 to 1784. If indexed in a systematic 
and exhaustive manner, with special reference to an exposition of all 
the subjects of legislation, whether adapted, rejected, or laid aside, and 



INTRODUCTION Xvii 

with a critical analysis of the discussion of the atl'airs of government 
constantly recurring in the messages of the Governors and the replies 
of the assembly, much historical material would be uncovered. 

An index to the laws of the province and state from 1679 to 1883 
has been compiled on the basis of the manuscript volumes. It is a rea- 
sonable prediction that all the statutes will eventually l)e reproduced in 
printed form, with adequate notes and indexes. 

The student may also find help in Fry's New Hampshire as a Eoyai 
Province, chapter 7, and Historical and Biographical Notes on the Mil- 
itary Annals of New Hampshire, by A. S. Batchellor, pamphlet, 1898, 
reprinted from History of the Seventeenth Regiment, N. H. Vols. 

It is a fact of common knowledge that the English archives are rich 
in records of colonial government relating to all the American possessions 
of the Crown prior to 1775. These documents include a vast amount 
of material which relates especially to New Hampshire. Copies have 
been made for this state of a part of these documents in the custody 
of the home government, affording sufficient material for two volumes 
of the ordinary size of this series. It is estimated that those not already 
transcribed would till three more volumes. These papers in the English 
archives relating to New Hampshire were the subject of a descriptive 
calendar made under the auspices of the state and the New Hampshire 
Historical Society in cooperation, and published in volume 23 of this 
series and in volume 10 of the Collections of the society in 1893. The 
work of compilation was done under the supervision of the late B. F. 
Stevens of London, tlie distinguished archivist and antiquarian. The 
most extensive body of transcripts of documents in the English 
archives relating to the American colonies is owned by the Historical 
Society of Pennsylvania, and is now accessible in the library of that 
institution at Philadelphia. The series of Calendars of State Papers, 
America and West Indies series, published by the English government, 
now numbering thirteen volumes, and extending to the beginning of 
the eighteenth century, is necessarily rich in material relating to New 
Hampshire. These books are to be found in the State Library, and their 
use is facilitated by the descriptive calendar before mentioned as con- 
stituting volume 23 of the publications of this office. 

ALBEET STILLMAN BATCHELLOR, 

Editor. 



ASSOCIATION TEST 



Colony of New Hampshire. 
IN COMMITTEE OF SAFETY. 

April 12th, 1776. 

In Order to carry the underwritten RESOLVE of the Hon'ble 
Continental CONGRESS into Execution, You are requested to de- 
sire all Males above Twenty One Years of A^q (Lunaticks, Idiots, 
and Negroes excepted) to sign to the DECLARATION on this 
Paper ; and when so done, to make Return hereof, together with the 
Name or Naroes of all who shall refuse to sign the same, to the 
GENERAL-ASSEMBLY, or Committee of Safety of this Colony. 

M. Weave, Chairman. 

In CONGRESS, March 14th, 1776. 

Resolved, That it be recommended to tJie several Assemblies, 
Conventions, and Councils, or Committees of Safety of the United 
Colonies, immediately to cause all Persons to be disarmed, within 
their Respective Colonies, who are notoriously disaffected to the 
Cause of AMERICA, Or who have not associated, and refuse to 
associate, to defend by ARMS, the United Colonies, against the 
Hostile Attempts of the British Fleets and Armies. 

(COPY^) Extract from the Minutes. 

Charles Thompson, Sec'ry. 

In Consequence of the above Resolution, of the Lion. Continental 
CONGRESS, and to shew our Determination in joining our Amer- 
ican Brethren, in defending the Lives, Liberties, and Properties of 
the Inhabitants of the UNITED COLONIES. 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



WE, the Subscribers, do hereby solemnly engage, and promise, 
that we will, to the utmost of our Power, at the Risque of our 
Lives and Fortunes, with ARMS, oppose the Hostile Proceedings 
of the British Fleets, and Armies, against the United American 
COLONIES. 

ACWORTH 



Ephraim Keyes 
Samuel Smith 
John Rogers 
William Keyes 
Sam" Harper 
george Duncan 
Lasell Silsby 
John willson 
Ja* Wallace 
Alex'^"" Houston 
Willoughby Willard 
John Moor 
Jedediah Smith 
INIehuman Stebbens 
Tho^ Nott 
John Duncan 



Henry Silsby 
Tho^ Putnam 
Sam" Silsby 
William Markham 
John Willson 
William Clark 
Dean Carlton 
James M*^cluer 
Jonathan Silsby 
Julius Silsby 
Joseph Chatterton 
James Rogers 
Edward Keys 
Perish X Ritchardson 
Christ'^ Eayrs 
Henry Silsby Ju'' 

Henry Silsb}^ ) Select men 
Tho^ Putnam ) of Ac worth 



ALLENSTOWN 



Josiah Allen 
Jacob Gay 
John Leonard 

liis 

Samuell X kinsen [Kenniston] 

mark 

Benj* Methes 
Samuel Webster 
Starlin SArgent 



John Hayes 
David Knox 
Sm" Smith 
Roger Dugan 
Andrew Bunten 
John Bunten 
William Knox 
Charls M<=oy 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Samuel Webster 
Ichabod dark 
Ichabod Johnson 
Samuel fisk mark 

Refused to sine ) 
ed hall Burgen J 



Abra'" Brown 
Henry Rumrill 
Joseph Hatch 
John Burroughs Jun"" 
Samuel Kidder 
Nathaniel Rust 
Phinehas Hatch 
Jacob Wardner 
Nathaniel Cooper 
Silas King 
Aaron Lyon 
Abel Beckwith 
Abraham Brown Jun'' 
William Simons 
frederick wardnr 
Daniel Waldo 
Beulah Waldo 
Ephraim Brigham 
Amos Gale 
Aristides Huestis 
John Plumbley 
John Burrughs 
Timothy Burrughs 
Joel Buroughs 
Job thomson 
Moses Hale 



Joseph Dennett 

his 

Samuel X Davis 



ALSTEAD 



Absalom Kingsbery 
John Slade 
Edward waldo 
Simon Baxter Jur 
Simeon Shepherd 
Joel Chandler 
Joshua Shepard 
Nathaniel Shepherd 
Gideon Delono 
Jason wait 
Thomas Kidder 
John Wait 
Simon Brooks 
Roswell Shepherd 
Jonathan Shepherd 
Josiah Cook 
Amaziah Grover 
Simon Rumrill 
Oliver Shepard 
John Ax tell 
John Slade Juner 
Joseph Mack 
Lemuel Crane 
John Hill 
Nath" Watts 
Nathan Mack 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Tlionias Walton 
Zebulon Chandler 
Samuel Royce 
Elias Brown 
Josiah Lyon 
Solomon Prentice 
Andrew BeekAvith 



Daniel Burrughs 
Philip Wordner 
Jon"^ Sheperd J^ 
Joseph Brown 
Giles Marvin 
Nath^i S Prentice 
Nathan Fay 

To y*^ Honourable the General Assembly of the Colony of New- 
hamshier this May Certify your Honours that 

Simon Baxter Samuel Chandlor 

John Thomson & Lamuel Millor 

Have Refused to Sign the Within Association Agreement Cer- 
tify^ by 

Abra'" Brown J Select 

Absalom Kingsbury I ]\Ien of 
Simon Brooks ) Alsted 



AMHERST 



Nahum Baldwin 
W" Bradford 
Peter Woodbury 
Robert Means 
Henry Codmon 
Jonathan Smith 
Stephen Washer 
David Hildreth 
Henry Kimball 
Sam^ Stanley 
Amos Flint 
Joseph Steel 
Joseph Bouttle 
Tho** burell 
Nathan Kendall 
Reuben Bouttel 



Moses Nichols 
Josiah Crosby 
Thomas Burns 
Nathan Jones 
Peter Robertson 
John Burns 
Sam^ Harris 
Eph"" Barker 
William Low 
Jonathan Grimes 
William Read 
W" Odell 
Timothy Smith 
Ephraim Hildreth 
Benjamin Day 
Ebene"^ Rea 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Kendal Boutwell 
Hezekiah Love joy 
Thomas Towne 
James Seeton 
Jacob Curtice 
Jou^ Taylor 
W" Codmaii 
Ananias mcallester 
Timothy Nichols 
Eben"" Hopkins 
Benj-'^ Hutchinson 
W" Wilkens 
John Cochran 
Josiah Sawyer j'' 
Richard Hughes 
Nathan Jones J'' 
Sameal Steward 
Robert Read 
Archelaus Town 
Joseph Gould 
Samson Crosby 
Nathan Hutchinson Jun'' 
Israel Town J"" 
Jonathan Lund 
Benj'^ Kendrick 
William Peacock 
David Dunckle 
Isaac How 
Adem patterson 
George Burns 
Joseph Rollings 
Joseph Cogin 
John Twiss 
Tho^ Wakefield Jun'' 
Jonathan lampson 



Oliver Carlton 

Enos Bradford 

Daniel Stephens 

Benj'"^ Hopkins 

Jacob Curtice Juner 

Josiah Dodge 

Silas Cumhigs 

Joseph Steel Ju"^ 

Benjamin Hopkins Juner 

Jolm Burns 

John Seetown 

Francis Lovejoy 

James Gillmore 

Jon"^ Twiss 

John Hartshorn 

Amos FHnt Ju"" 

Nathan Hutchinson 

Samuel How 

Darius Abbot 

Jonathan Sawyer 

Nathaniel Barret 

John Grimes 

William Taylor 

Isaac Wright 

Josiah Kidder 

Joseph Peirce 

John Kendall Juner 

Jacob Blodgett 

Josiah Sawyer 

John Burns Juner 

Isaac Holt 

John Roby 

James IVP'Keen 

Ebenezer holt juner 

Ephraim Abbott 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Moses Kimball 
Allen Goodridge 
Francis Elliot 
Nathan Fuller 
Amos Green 
John Washer 
Phinehas Upham 
Simpson Steward 
Dimond Mussey 
Benjamin Merill 
William Hogg 
John Lovejoy 
Jacob Hildreth 
John Patterson 
William Fisk Ju"" 
Bartholema Dodge 
Joseph Small 
Ebenezer Huthison 
John Tuck 

Jonathan Wilkins jun*' 
Jacob Standly 
Joseph Bontell 
Michael Keef 
Abijah Wilkins 
John Averial 
John Cole 
Nathan Cole 
Joshua Wright 
Tho« Clark 
Daniel Smith 
Nathan Flint 
James AVoodbury 
Joseph Langdell 
Nathaniel Haseltine 
William Wallace 



Samuel Taylor 
Thomas Averall Ju"^ 
Elisha Fulton 
John Duncklee 
James liartshorn 
David Green 
Jn*^ Shej^ard junior 
Samuel Geris 
Moses Barron 
Jonathan Lyon 
John Mitchell 
Jacob Lovejoy 
Samuel henry 
Joseph Prince ju'' 
William Fisk 
William Small 
William Small Jun' 
John Harwood 
William Peabody juner 
John Seecombe 
William Peabody 
Reuben Holt 
Joseph Prince 
Thomas Weston 
William Lamson 
Isaac Weston 
Thomas Towne 
Joshua Wilckins 
Lemuel Winchester 
Isaac Smith 
John Damon 
Benjamin Temple 
Kichard Ward 
Stephen Farnam 
Petere parker 



EEVOLUTIONAKY DOCUMENTS 



Andrew Bradford 
Abner Hutchinson 
Israel Town 
Joseph Dnnkley 
Ehsha Hutchinson 
Amos Stickney 
Jacob Smith 
Nathan Cleaves 
Stephen Peabody 
Eben^' Temple 
Benj*^ Dodge 
W" Mellondy Jun'^ 
Richard Goold 
Solomon Kittredge 
Jn*' Wilkins 



Stephen Burnam 
David True 
John Bradford 
Ebenezer averil 
Joseph Farnum 
Joseph Wallace 
Ezekiel upton 
Joel Howe 
Wilham Odell Jun'' 
Ephraim French 
James Gage 
Eben"^ Weston 
Samuel Blasdel 
Timothy Hill 



To The Hono^ The Committee of Safty For the State of New 
Hamp^' or the Gene^ Assembly theirof — 

Pursuant to the Request on this paper from The Committee of 
Safety &c to Us Directed — we have Invited those persons theirin 
Mentioned to Sign To the Dicleration on This papor, &c — and all 
That have Seen it have Signed Except 

Joshua Atherton Esq'^' M'' Daniel Campble 

]\P Samuel Dodge & Colo^ John Shepard 

Tho« Wakefield ") Selectmen 
Reuben Mussey > of 

Sam^ Wilkins J Amherst 

ANTRIM [SOCIETY LAND] 

John m'^Clear}' Thomas Stuart 



Nathan Taylor 
John Warren 
James Moors 
Tristram Cheney 
Joseph Boyd 



John Green 

Sam^ Moores 

Pliilip Raley [Raleigh] 

John Cheney 

Daniel Miltimor 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Alexander Jemeson 
James Aiken 
Robert Rogers 
Alexander Parker 
James Duncan 
Morish Lynch 
Robert Duncan 



William Smith 
Isaac Butterfield 
James Gregg 
James Hopkins 
Mathew Tempelton 
John Duncan 



ATKINSON 



Ezekiel Belknop 
Asa Page 
Eben'' Eatton 
Benjamin Emery 
James Noyes 
Jona Poor 
Jer'' Poor 
Jon** Webster 
Jesse Page 
William Sawyer 
Nathaniel Noyes 
Jonathan Blake 
Daniel Poor 
Stephen Dole 
John Webster Jr 
Jonathan Sawyer 
Asa Haseltine 
Thomas Little 
Joseph Hale 
John Currier 
Samuel Webster 
William webster 
John Webster 
Moses Page 
Joshua Kniuht 



Stephen Page 
John Johnson 
Benj*^ Emery jim'' 
Joseph french 
Enoch Noyes 
Joseph Knight 
Nath^ Peabody 
Humphery Noyes Jun' 
Joseph knight Jr 
Daniel Poor Jur 
Moses Greenough 
Stephen Peabody 
Thomas Noyes 
John Knight ju 
Stephen Noyes 
James Little 
Joseph Little 
Dudley Bayley 
Ebn'' Green 
willam Baley 
James Bayley 
Joseph webster 
James Page 
James ^lerrell 
Benjamin Philbrick jur 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



John Knight 
John Atwood 
Moses Emery 
James Dow 
John Dow jr 
Eldad Ingalls 
Stephen Dole Jun 
Reuben Mills 
Daniel Richards 
bnjamin philbrick 
Thomas Whitaker 
Moses Belknap 
David Atwood 
Jonathan Page 
Tristram Knight 
Benj* Stone 
John Knight 3'^ 
Joseph Noyes 
Abel Merril jr 
Samuel Little 
Amos Mills 
Jonathan Palmer 
Jonathan Whittaker 
Joseph Green 



Joshua Emery 
Daniel Page 
Enoch Knight 
John Clement 
John Ingalls 
Eben Parker 
John Kelly 
Joseph Chandler 
Stephen Whittaker 
Jonathan Page junir 
Bradlee Richards 
Benjamin Richards 
John dow 
Nath^^ Cogswell 
Israel Webster 
Samuel Noyes 
Humpher}^ Noyes 
Abel Merrill 
John Merrill 
Jesse Sawyer 
Benj*^ Hale 
Joseph Palmer 
Oliver Sawyer 



State of ■> This Certifies that in Consequence of y^ fore- 
New Hampshire j going requisition of the Hon'^b^ Committe of 
Safety for Said State — all the males of Twenty one years of age & 
upwards belonging to Atkinson in y'' State afors'^ (Lunaticks Ideots 
& Negroes excepted) have freely & voluntarily Subscribed their 
respective Names to the foregoing Declaration — Att"^ 

Atkinson Sep"^ 26*'' 1776 — Nath^ Peabody J Selectmen of 

Jesse Page ) Said Atkinson 



10 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



BARNSTEAD 



Samuel Pitman 
thomas Snell 
John Elliot 
John Nelson 
Joseph samborn 
Benja Nutter 
William Lord 
John Huckens 
Nathaniel Pease 
Benjamin Edgerly 
John Sanborn 
Daniel Bickford 
John Sanborn 
Hatevil Nutter 
Benjamin Emerson 
John mudget 

his 

Joseph X Mugate 

mark 

Edv,"ard Sanborn 

his 

Dodefor X Bunker 

mark 



John Hill 
Silas Drew 
Benjamin Babb 
William Gate ju"^ 
John Laighen 
Joseph Daniel jun 
Joim Gate 
Joshua Hall Jun^' 
Natha Robert 
AVilliam Hays 



Jonathan Buncker 
Depandance Golbath 
John Furbur 
Joseph Bunker 
Richard Sinkler 
Stphen Pickren 
Winthrop smart 
Isaac huckins 
John Bickford 
John Mugate 

his 

Daniel X Jacobs 

mark 

John Tasker 

his 

Timothy X Davis 

mark 

Jonathan Emerson 
Samll Drew 
Joseph Bryant 
Benjamin Brown 

his 

Samuel X Stephens 



BARRINGTON 



Julius felker 
George Waterhouse 
Michal Felker 
Gharles Danielson 
Timothy Perkins 
David Tenny 
John Hall 
Ralph Hall 
James Tuttle Jr 
Jacob Daniel jr 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



11 



Stephen foss 
Richard Babb 
william Lock jun 
Samuel fose 
Thomas Scruten 
John Daniel 
Solomon Hall 
James Howard 
John Church 
Isaac Hall 
Edward Cater 
Jeremiah foss 
John Kingman 
Hinkson marden 
Giddon Leighton 
Daniel Rowell 
Isaiah Felker 
Paul young 
John Drew 
Jeremiah Gray 
Paul Hayes 
william Foss 
Clement Daniel 
Nicholas Brock 
Ebenezer Kiellie 
Isaac willey 
william Lock 
Sam^^ VVinkley * 
John Caverly 
Josier Brown 
John Ham 
Livi Danielson 
John Gray 
Joseph Daniel 
Joseph Woodman 



Elisha Blaake 
micajah otes 
William Babb 
William Gray 
Elijah Seve 
Joseph Hall 
John Cater 
Charles felker 
Solomon young 
Reuben Davis 
Joshua Otes 
James foss 
Hezekiah Hayes 
James Marden 
Timothy Waterhouse 
Hinkson Foss 
wintrup young 
Nathaniel Church 
James Church 
James Danielson 
Thomas how 
Paul Otis 
Joshua holms 
Stephen Young- 
John willey 
Lemuel willey 
Nathan Foss Jun^' 
Simeon Starbrd 
James Daves 
Samuel Foss jun"^ 
Philip Caverly 
Ruben Gray 
Samuel Gray 
Jabez Smith 
John Brown jun 



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REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Joseph Brown 
george Parshley 
John waterhonse 
lasac Waldron 
Samuel stiles 
Nathaniel Foss 
Georg Seaward 
Jonathan montgomaiy 
Simon Lock 
Samuel Buzzel 
Gaiien [Garland] Smith 
Stephen Otes 
Nicholes Otes 
Richard I'arcely 

John Berry- 
Solomon Foss 

Ehph Cloutman 

George Ham 

Elijah otis 

George Berry 

James Hayes 

Jacob Sheperd 

Dudley Davis 

AVilliam IM-^Daniel Juner 

Josiah Manson 

Abraham AUis 

Stphen Houston [?] 

Isaac Renels 

Mark EAyers 

Abijah pinkham 
Peter Young- 
John Garlen ju'' 
Ephraim foss 
Samuel Brewstar 
Thomas foss 



Tho' Fisher 
Nichles Brown 
Era" Winkley 
Jacob Clark 
mark Foss Juner 
mark Foss 
Ephraim Daniel 
Samuel Hayes 
Limuel Perkins 
John young 
James Leighton 
Joseph Hayes 
John Blake 
Thomes Buzzel 
Ephram holmes Jur 
James Gray 
William Ham 

Henery Sevey 

Joseph Gate 

George Foss 

John mells 

Ebenezer Spencer 

Timothy Gleeson 

Isaac Sherburn 

James Durgen 

John Renels 

John Boodey 

Robart Bamford 

Jacob Daniel 
John Arlen 

Aaron waldron 

Nat Berry 

Solomon Gate 

Ephram Holens [Holmes] 

Elezer young 



EEVOLUTIONAEY DOCUMENTS 



13 



Ben- 



Perl 



John Garland 
Paul Brewster 
John Babb 
William gray Jr 
Stephen Berry 
Samuel Berry 
Joshua Sloper 
Joepli Peavy 
John montgomery 
Pery Hickes 
Albert Dennie 
Charles Bumford 
William mcDaniels 
David Rolings 
Eben Jackson 
Ebenz Young 
Isaac young 
Isaac Laighton 
william Bun els 



To the Speeker of the 
of New Hampshiar this 
been Carred through this 
names follow — 

Jeremiah Tibets 
Johnathan Clark 
Samuel Williams 
Richard Swain 
Thomas Caverly 
Johnathaii Swain 



Joseph young 
Benjamin Hayes 
John Parsely 
Jethro Lock 
Noah Holmes 
Benjaman yong 
James Row 
John huckins 
James peavey 
Benjamin Hall Jr 
James Wodes 
Samuel wales 
Peletiah Daniels 
Thomos Rowlings 
John Sherburn 
Obediah Drew 
John foye jr 
Edmond Evens 
Benjamin buzzell 
Daniel Delan 

Barrington Sep 3 — 1776 
house of Reperesentatives for the Colonie 
may sertify that the Association paper has 
Town and these man Refuse to Sine whos 



David Drew 




Daniel Clark 




John Buzzel 




William Durgen 


John Caveno 




Elijah Tutel 




William Cate ju^' ^ 


Sele men 


Siles Drew > 


of 


John Kingman 


Barrington 



14 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



BEDFORD 



John Wallace Jun"^ 
W>" Caldwell 
John jMorrison 
Adam Dickey 
John Goffe 
John Moor Jun'^ 
Thomas Matthws 
John Burns 
William Burns 
william Moor 
James Houston 
Barnbass kain 
Jacob M'^Quaid 
John Little 
Thomas Boies 
William White 
John mckinney 
sumuel tirrell junr 
Robert Morrel 
Nathaniel Patterson 
James Vose 
Hugh Campbell 
John m'' Laughlin 
Amaziah Pollard 
James Aikin 
James Smith 
L*^ John JNIoor 
David ]\Ioor 
William Moor 
James Patterson 
Tho'' ^laclaughlin 
Zechariah Chandler 
James Wallace 



James Caldwell 
James Matthes 
John Aiken 
Matth^^ Patten 
Daniel Moor 
Daniel Moor Jun'^ 
Robert Giffen 
Robert Burns 
John Brien 
James INIoore 
Hugh Orr 
John M'^Intosh 
James wyllie 
Thomas Gait 
Sam^^ Vose 
Joseph Wallace 
Asa Barns 
William Kennedy 
Andrew Walker 
Robert Mathes 
George Coway 
James M°allester 
John Gardner 
James Steel 
W^hitefield Gillmor 
John Orr 
Joseph Houston 
James Gillmor 
David m'^Clerey 
Matthew m'Diiffee 
Benj" Smith 
John Moor 
James Martin 



E EVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 15 

John Goffe Ju"" John Riddle 

Samuel Patten John Boies 

James Lien John Bell 

John Wallace Robert Walker 

James Walker Patrick Larkin 

John Hillery william m^cleary 

Joseph Bell Sam^ Fugard 

Thomas Vickere Vose James Cairns 

Sam^^ Patten Richard m'^Allster 

John Smith James Little 
Stephen franch 

To the Honourable the Council and House of Representatives for 
the Colony of New Hampshire To be Conven'd at Exeter in S'^ 
Colony on Wednesday the 5"^ Instant — 

Pursueant to the within precept ; we have taken pains to Know the 
Minds of tlie Inhabitants of the Town of Bedford, with Respect to 
the within Obligation, and find None unwilling to Sign the Same 
Except the Rever"'^ John Houston, who Declines Signing the Said 
obligation, for the following Reasons, Viz 

firstly Because he did not aj)prehend that the Hon^'^^ Committee 
meant that ministers Should Take up arms as Being inconsistant 
with their Ministerial Charone 

o 

2"'iiy i^ecause he was already Confin'd to the County of Hills- 
borough therefore he thinks he Ought to be Set at liberty before he 
Should Sign the S*^ obligation 

3rd'y Because there is three men Belonging to his Family already 
Inlisted in the Continental army 

Bedford June y« 4"^ 1776 John Goffe j Select 

John Orr ) Men 

BOSCAWEN 

Joseph Hoit Moses Call 

Moses Morse . Jesse Flanders 

Moses B urban k John Flanders 



16 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Daniel Noyes 
Benja Day 
Joseph Atkinson 
Moses Burbank Junor 
Sam^ Atkinsen 
Daniel Peterson 
Jacob Flanders 
Eben Hidden 
Daniel sheprd 
Winthrop Carter 
Benj*" Rolfe 
John Elliot jun'' 
John muzey 
James garies 
Jedediah Danford 
William Danford ju 
Jonatlian Coser 
Samuel Burbank 
Enoch Gerrish 
Silas Call 
Mikl Sargent 
Simeon Jackman 
Mossse Call 
Simeon Atkinson 
Joseph Pearson 
Friend Little 
Edmund Chadwick 
Moses Manuel 
Daniel Richards 
Asa Corser 

Edward gares [Gerrish] 
Bitfield Plumer 
Nathaniel Gookin 
Samuel Ames 
Jonathan Atkinson 



Daniel Clark 
Nathan Corser 
Robie Morrill 
thomas Gorden 
Jere^' Hidden 
Caleb IVlerril 
Benjamin Couch 
John Knowlton 
Henry Gerrish 
Isaac Pearson 
Sam'^ Davis 
Ezekiel flenders 
thomas Eliot 
John Jackman 
Emos flanders 
Jesse Flanders jun'' 
Samuel Coser 
Stephen Gerrish 
Moses Jakman 
John Morrill 
Joseph Gerrish 
Thomas Bedel 
Willim Welch 
David Burbank 
Timothy Eastman 
Joseph Flanders 
John Couch 
Moses Morss ju'' 
Samuel Jackman 
David Corser 
John Corser 
John manuel 
David Carter 
John Stevens 
Thomas Corser 



KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



17 



Peter Kimball 
Robart Elliot 
Sam^ Danford 
Josepli muzzy 
Isaac Noyes 
William Danford 
Peter Coffin 
Jobn Bowles 
Jobn Corser Juner 
Capt Stephen Gerrisli 
Enoch Little 
Joseph Bean 
George Jackman 
John Urann 
Cutting Noyes 
Joseph Eastman 



Samuel Clifford 
John Hale 
James French 
Benjamin Jackman 
Samuel Muzz}^ 
Peter Resewell Stevens 
John llsley 
Oliver Fowler 
John Bowles Jun 
Nicholes Elliot 
Nathaniel Atkinson 
Nathan Davis 
John Fowler 
Samuel Agaton 
George Jackman Ju'' 
John Elliot 



To the Honourable Councel and House of Representatives for the 
Collony of New Hampshre or Committee of Safty 

This may Certify that the within Declaration Have Been offred to 
the Inhabitants of Boscawen and unanimously Signed Excepting one 
(viz) Aaron Flanders Refused to Signe the Same 
June 3 1776 George Jackman J'' ) 

Cutting Noyes >- Selectmen 

John Elliot ) 



BOW 



Ephriam Foster 
Benjamin Bean 
John Carr 
David Carr 
Jonthan Clement 
Edw'' Russell 
david elliot 



John Biyent 
James Busel 
Stephen Eastman 
John Grushe 
Solomon Heath 
David foster 
John Colby 



18 



llEVOLUTIOXARY DOCUMENTS 



abraham col by 
Elijah Colbey 
Jonathan Clough 
Amasa Dow 
ralph Cross 
Tim^ Dix 
Elisha Clough 
Thomas Hardy 
Samuel Rogers jun"" 
Reuben Currier 
John Robertson 
Leonard Harriman 
Enoch Noyes 
Benj''^ Noyes 
Nathaniel Cavies 
Paltiah Clement 

liis 

Henry X hemphill 

mark 

Samuel Welch 
Aaron Noyes 
James Reddell 
James Garven 
John hemphill 
Samuel Alexander 



Willeby Colby 
Joseph Rogers jun'' 
Samuel Winsle 
Josej)h Rogers 
antony manuaell 
Samuel Dow 
Elisha Clough Juner 
Edward Carlton 
Aaron Kinsman 
Richard Clough 
James moor 
John sullaway 
Ephraim moor 
Simeon Heath 
John Brown 
Rchard Clough Ju"" 
Joseph Baker 
Will"' Robertson 
John Noyes 
John Garven 
Patrick Garven 
John Moor 
Samuel Welch Jun 
Jacob Stockbridtre 



Errors excepted Samuel Rogers 

I not being Satisfyed Errors Excepted 

William Iiogers 
Bow September y« 3'^ 1776 

we the Subscriber in obediance to the within have Shown this 
Paper to all & Every Person that are nont Excepted & that are not 
in the Servis that Belong to Said Town of Bow al of which have 
Volenterry Singned the Same 

Ephriam Foster 1 Select 
Jn° Bryent > men 

Benjamin Noyes j of Bow 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



19 



BRENTWOOD 



Sam^^ Dudley 
Jedediali Robinson 
Daniel Leavitt 
Stephen Creighton 
Josiah Dudley 
David Robinson 
Jonathan Quinby 
John Wilson 
John thing 
Winthrop Dudley 
John Dudley Juer 
Samuel Clark 
John Rennet jun'' 
Darby Kelly 
Porter Kimball 
Moses folsom 
Abraham Morrill 
Jon'^ Veasey 
James Marston 
Joseph Edgerly 
Peter thing 
Richard Tandy 
Bartholomew thing 
Jonathan thing 
Nath'i Trask 
Daniel Wormall 
Jonathan Weed 
George Vesaay 
Richard Yoik 
John Philbrick 
John Dudley 
Jeremiah Ellsworth 
Samuel thing 



Hawly Marshall 
Samuel Dudley 
Jonathan Robinson 
Samuel Colcord 
Dudley Robinson 
Daniel Ward 
John Bennet 
Nicholas Mudget 
Oilman Robinson 
Saml wormall 
Alexander Gorden Smith 
John Philbrick 
Humphry Wilson 
Job Judkins 
Joseph Shaw 
Jonathan shaw 
Abel Morrill 
Benjamin Fifeld 
John Abbot 
Nathan Prescutt 
Nethll Thing 
simon gilman 
Robert Rowe 
Samuel Shaw 
Jonathan Mody Juner 
Richard Foss 
Samuel Edgerley 
Nicholas Smith 
Lemul Johnson 
Tho^ Peabody 
Daniel Leavitt 
Eliphelet Thing 
Dudlay Thing 



20 



KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Samuel Ellsworth 
Josiah Thing 
Ebenezer colcord 
Edward West 
Edward Stevens 
Nemiah West 
Ebenezer Stevens 
James Dudley 
Edmund Pilsbery 
Abner Burbank 
David Burbank 
Thomas Gorden 
William Morrill 
Jonathan Sleeper Junr 
Elisha Sanborn jr 
Isaac Whitcher 
William Graves 
John Scribner Harper 
Jonathan Talyor juner 
Nathaniel Clark 
James Sinkler 
Daniel deairbon 
Moses Cheney 
Joseph Smith 
Samuel Tucke 
winroup marston 
Benjamin pulsifer 
thomas Leavitt 
Dudley Kimball 
John Carr Juner 
John Carr 
Timothy Gorden 
Samuel Lock 
Alexander Roberds 
Nichelos Dollof 



Aaron Ellsworth 
Levi Morrill 
Daniel Clark 
Joseph wadleigh Junr 
Nathaniel Stevens 
Nathaniel Gilman 
Joseph Wadleigh 
Chase Smith 
James Nichols 
Biley Lyford 
Nathaniel Chase 
Zadok Samborn 
John Quimby 
Joseph Jewell 
Francis Brown 
Elisha Sanborn 
William Graves Juener 
Jonathan taler 
Aretas Rowe 
John Tucke 
John Shaw 
J. Abraham Drake 
Samuel Dudley 
Richeard AVhitcher 
Jonathan Dow 
Samuel Marston 
Amos Gordon 
Jabez smith 
Samuel harper 
Simeon morgain 
Moses Lyford 
John thing 
James Robinson 
Sander Roberds guny 
thomas Roberds 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



21 



Josiali Hook 
Robert smith 
Joshua smith 
Ebenezer Colcord Jun'' 
Scribner Gorden 
Benjamin Robords 
David Dollof 
Samuel Robards 
Daniel Sanbon 
John Woodbury 
Stephen Fifeld 
Joseph Sanborn 



Daniel Torrey 
Reuben smith 
Nichlous Hardie 
Rauson dudly 
Ebenezer Chase 
Joseph Johnson 
John Dollef 
Daniel Sanbon Jun 
Edward Sanborn 
Nathaniel Graves 
Moses Jenkes 
Jonathan Gorden 



Pursuant to This Write to us We have Desired All Males as Di- 
racted to Sign to This Declaration and find That 

James Been Jeremiah Been 

Richard Been Ju"" Samuel Dudley Ju"" 

Samuel Stevens 
Thomas Smith 
Richard Been 
Antipasse Gilman 
Joseph Greely 
Moses jNIagoon 



David Clefford 
Levi Been 
Samuel Clefford 
William Been 
Williom Stevens 
Jonathan Sleepr 



Joshua Been Jeremiah Rowe 

Refuses to Sign to Thiss Declaration 

Ebenezer Colcord ^ Selectmen 
James Robinson > of 

Jedediah Robinson ) Brintwood 

BROOKLINE [RABY] 



George Russell 
Benjamen muzzy 
James Dickey 
Samson Farnsworth 



James Badger 

Randel M'^ Donell [Mc Donald] 

Nathell Paten 

Wi" Hall 



22 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Deniel Shaw Juner 
Moses Lowell 
Nathll Badger 
Janes Rollf 
Samuell Russell 
James m'' in tosh 
Robert Sever 
Wiliam Spaulding 



Eason Dix 
Phmehas A ken 
James Campbell 
Swallow Tucker 
george woodward 
Mathew walch 
Isaac Shattuck 



In obediance to the above Presept we have Taken the Count and 



our men have Sined it all 
We the Subscribers 



Alex'^ IM-'Intosh 
Benj. Sheattuck 
Clark Brown 



Selectmen 



CANAAN 



Ebenezer Eams 

James Treadway will on Ceartain 

Jehu Jones 

robart hurts 

Samuel Joslen 

Charles Walworth 

Caleb Clark 

Samuel Jones 

Tho' Baldwin 

Samuel Lathrop 

John Scofield 

Eliezer scofield 

Sol Scipio 



Richard Clark 
Condition, viz.* 
Thomas Baxter his mark X 
Joshua Wells 
Richard Joslen 
Ezekiel Wells 
Thomas miner 
Joseph Walter 
John Scofield J'" 
Ezekiel Gardner 
Gideon Rudd 
Caleb Welch 



* On Condition that no man Who is taken a CajDtive from the 
British forces be made an Officer or let be a Soldier in the Conti- 
nental Army and 2'^ that Every American found & taken in armes 
against the United Colonies be Immediately put to Death, and 3'^ 



KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



23 



that all & every of the British Troops that are C'aptivated by the 
Continental forces by sea or land or any other way taken Shall be 
kee])t in Prison or Close Confinement & 4^^ that Every Commanding 
Officer or a Soldier or any Person or Persons imployed in any Busi- 
ness whatsoever in the Continental Forces who is found & proved 
to be a Traitor to the United Colonies in America be put to Death 
Immediately. 

upon these aforementioned Conditions do I Sign this Declaration 
witness my Hand James Treadway 

Canaan July 1'' 177G 
To the Hon^*" Committee of Safety for the Colony Of New Hamp- 
shire These are to Certify that Every man in this Town Volentaryly 
Signd This agrement atest 

Ebene'' Eams } Select 
Samuel Jones \ men 



CANDIA 



William Baker 
James Eaton 
Nathaniel Maxfield 
John Clay 
Nath'^ Emerson 
Moses Baker 
Samul Darbon 
Enoch Rouel 
Nicholas Smith 
John Lane 
thomas Patten 
Zechariah Clifford 
John Colby 
Robart Smart 
Obadiah Smith 
Benjamin Rowel 
Jera'* Burpee 



Tho^ Darlen 
Ezekiel knowels 
Thomas Emery 
Jonathan Pilsbury 
Walter Robie 
Benj*^ Batchelder 
Sam^^ ]\Iooers 
Abra™ Fitts 
Enoch Colby 
John Sargent 
Henry Clark 
Benja" Cass 
William Turner 
David Bean 
James miller 
Nath^^ Burpee 
Nicholas French 



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REV^OLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Isaiah Rowe 
Nehemiah Brown 
Sewall Brown 
John Prescott 
obededom Hall 
Biley Smith 
Joseph Palmer 
Elijah True 
Jonathan Brown 
Jethro Hill 
Joseph Fifield 
Theophihis Clough 
Samuel morrill 
John Cammett 
Samuel Clough 
John Carr 
Jonathan Baglay 
Ames Knowles 
John Sargent 
Robert Will son 
Sam^^ Bus well 
Nathaniel Hall 
William Eaton 
Moses Sargent 
Ebenezer Eaton 
Paul Eaton 
Samuel Towle 
Simon P'rench 
Isariel Dolber 
Hugh meclellan 
Joshua Moore 
John Clifford 
Jacob Bagly 



Stephen Palmer Juner 
Samuel A\^orthen 
Stephen Palmer 
Richard Clough 
Benjamin fellows 
Jonathan Smith 
Benjamin Hubbard 
Samuel Brown 
Aaron Brown 
Sherbun Rowel 
Stephen Fifield 
Jonathan Hills 
William Hills . 
Silas Cam met 
David Jewett 
James Pruscott 
Zebulon winslow 
Jesse Eaton 
Ephraim Eaton 
James Varnuni 
John Clark 
John Hills 
Obadiah Hall 
Thomas Anderson 
Robert Wason 
David Hill 
John Robie 
Benaiah Colby 
John Moore 
Jonathan Ring 
Stephen Clark 
Jonathan Cammet 



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CANTERBURY 



Thomas Clough 
Arehelaus JNIoore 
Abiel Foster 
Jonathan young 
Obadiah Clougli 
AVilliam Glines Jnner 
Benjamin Heath 
Joshua Boienton 
Tho* Gilman 
Epliraim Carter 
Richard Ellison 
Benj'^ Blanchard S*^ 
Samuel Nudd 
Jonathan West 
Nathaniel Glines 
Thomas Hoyt 
John ]Moores Jun'' 
Samuel Haines 
Nathaniel Moore 
James Shepard 
James Gipson 
William Gault 
Benj^ Johnson 
John Lyford 
Benjamin Woodman 
Aaron Sargent his mark X 
John Bean 
Gideon Bartlet 
Nathanaial pallet 
Simon Swan 
John INPDaniel 
Laben morrill 
Simon Ames 



Ezekiel jNIorrill 

John Moor 

Sargent jNIorrill 

James towl 

Joseph Durgin 

Samiel Ames 

David Morrill 

Samuel Colby 

Jeremiah Hacket 

Abner hoyt 

Jeremiah Clough 

Jonathan Blanchard 

Joshua Weeks 

William moor 

Benj"^ Simson 

David ames 

Barnard Stiles 

John Sanborn his Mark X 

Richard Hanes 

Arch^ Miles 

James Glines 

David M'^'Crilles 

Daniel Foster 

Edward thran 

Jonathan Forster 

Benj Sanburn 

Caleb Heath 

Joseph pallet 

Samuel Weeks 

Jams IMolony 

Jeremiah ]\PDaniel 

Asa Forster 

John Molony 



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REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Robert Hastings 
Simeon Robinson 
Jonathan guile 
John Cross 
WilHam Hancock 
Jacob hatb 
Abner Miles 
David Blanclier 
James l^)lancharcl 
William Dyer 
Nathaniel Dearbon 
Nehemiah Cloiigh 
Richard lUanchard 
Edward Blanchard 
James Lind Perkins 
Peter Hanaford 
John forest 
William forrest 
Ruben witcher 
Gideon sawyer 
Jiosh Smons 
William simons 
Jeremiah Ladd 
Deniel Flelther 
Walter Haines 
Eli Simons 
Leavitt C'lough 
Benjamin lUanshard Jun*" 
Timothy Foss 
Samuel Gerrish 
Edmon colby 



John Robinson 
Joseph Carr 
Jesse Cross 
Stephen Cross 
Reuben Kezar 
John Roen 
Nathaniel Perkines 
Samuel miles 
Richard Glines 
Shubel Dearbon 
David Morrison 
Benjamn Blanchard 
David N orris 
John Gibson 
thomas Gibson 
Benjamin Collins 
John forrest junir 
Nathaniel Witcher 
william Samborn 
Eben^' Kimball 
Simon Stevens 
Benjamin Witcher 
Joseph Samborn 
Henry Clough 
William miles 
Tho^ Foss 
Josiah Miles 
David Forster 
John foss 
Abner Haines 
Thomas Clouffh Juner 



CHESTER 



John Craford 
Samuel Blunt 



William Lock 
William Tolford 



KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



27 



Daniel Greenoug-h 

Matthew Forsith Jun'' 

Edward Robie 

John AVebster 

Stephen ^Nlorse 

Stephen Dearben 

Rob' Galf 

Nathan morse 

Joseph Lmn 

Jonathan Hall 

Ebenezer Townsend 

Wilks West 

Wells Chase 

Stephen Merrill 

Robert Craige 

James Ranken 

Anthy Som^ [Souierb}'] Stickney 

Peter Akin 

Mathew Tempelton 

Joseph Dearbon 

John Underbill 

William White 

James Dunlap 

John Hasseltine 

Peter Hasseltine 

Ebenezer Basford 

Sam^^ Hasseltine 

Moses undarhill juner 

Stephen Hills 

Moses Hasseltine 

David Foss 

Josiah Hall 

Samuel Dinsmore 

Bracket Towl 

Benjamain Melvein 



Robert M'lvinley 
Edward Robie 
Archibald m'^kafee 
Sam" Emerson 
Daniel Webster 
Adam Willson 
Gasiel Harriman 
Henry morse 
Moses Hills 
Stephen Lufken 
Nathanel glidden 
Caleb Hall 
j\Ioody Chase 
Ale'' Weatherspoon 
James aiken 
Edmund Stickney 
David Wether Spoon 
John Grimes 
William underbill . 
david crage 
James Pearce 
Nathan Fitts 
Nathan Webster jun 
Peter Dearben 
Nathanal Blasdall 
benjamin true 
Simon Bayley 
John underhill juner 
Richard Hasseltine 
Jonathan Darbon 
Isaac Blasdel 
Pearson Richardson 
Sam^ Willson 
Anthony Towl 
Parker Carr 



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REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Samuel morss 
Kobert Rowe 
Jetliro Colby 
Benj" Hills 
Ezekiel Worthen 
Aaron Townsend 
Daniel Richardson 
Isaac Forse 
Jonatlian Forsaitli 
Thomas wason 
Wiir» Wilson 
Charles jNIoore 
David Fuller 
John Hoyt 
Stephen marden 
Joseph Knowles 
Nathan Norton 
John Knowles 
Nathan knowles 
Joseph Long 
Nathan \A'ebster 
Amos Merrill 
francies towl 
Thomas Hasseltine 
Jabez Hoit 
Samuel Jones 
Hugh Tolford 
Gideon Ivowel 
Samuel llowel 
John Willson 
Peter hall 
Simon Barry 
James Shirla 
Hugh Shirley 
James Richardson 



David Currier 
John Darbon 
Wiallem m'^masten 
Samuel Hills 
John Shackford ju'' 
TheocF Shackford 
Moses Richardson 
Isaac Forse ju^' 
Rob* Wilson 
James Wason 
Samael moore 
Benjamin Hoyt 
Joseph m^Clellan 
John Pain 
Amos Pain 
Samuel Brown 
John knowles Jun'" 
Joshua Prescot 
James Willson 
James Waddell 
Josiah Bradley 
Jacob Hills 
Benjamin Hasseltine 
Benjni fuller 
John Tolford 
John Robie 
John Coulby 
Samuel forster 
Henry hall 
Sam^ Jacks 
Thomas Follnbe 
William Shirla 
Sara^ Robie 
Ebenezer Dearbon 
AVilliam Brown 



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John Gross 
William Gilchrist 
wintrup Sargent 
William Mills 
John Grimes 
Natli^ Sweetser 
Robert Dickey 
Josiah INIorss 
Joseph niorss 
Abner Hills 
Isaac Hills 
John Lain 
John Butter field 
Jonathan Norton 
Jon than Berry- 
John Sevey 
Benj" Hills 
Bradbury Carr 
Charles moore junor 
Mark Carr 
James Wetherspoon 
Mansfield m'^aft'e 
Robert Patten 
Willim miler 
Hugh Miller 
William Gilcrest 
Robert Dinsmore 
Samuel Pirce 
Joseph Hills 
Jonathan P^mery 
Jonathan Underhill 
John Orr 
Joseph Holl 
Edward Prissen 
Samuel Worthen 



Abraham Sargent 
John Karr 
Robert Grahames 
John Mills 
Samuel IVP^ferson 
Parker morss 
Edmund Sleeper 
Joseph Blanchard 
Jabez french 
James Randall 
Daniel Dolbeer 
John Lane Junr 
Joseph Norton 
Joseph Smith 
Ealet Berry 
David Richardson 
Joseph Carr 
Benj^ Currier 
Thomas Fowler Jun"" 
Daniel Weatherspoon 
hugh m'^Affee 
Samuel Akin 
Samuel Crombey 
Thomas M*^Master 
David Dickey 
Benjamin Perce 
Barnard Brickett 
David Underhill 
Hezekiah underhill 
Isaac Towl 
John Burley 
Joseph Clark 
Cornelius morgan 
Edmund Eliot 
Moses underhill 



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REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Paul heely 
Jacob Darby 
Samuel Davis 
Robert Gordon 
Francis Carr 



James Hidden 
John Quimby 
William Brown 
Timothy Carr 



CHESTERFIELD 



Abraham Wood 
Isaac Davis 
Oliver Cobleigh 
Oliver Farwell 
William Farwell 
Warrin Snow 
AVilliam Thomas 
William Simonds 
Jos'* Smith 
Jonathan farr 3 
Benjamin Hudson 
Josiah Streeter 
Jonathan Cobleigh 
Sam^ Fairbank 
Josiah Lamb 
Archibeld roberson 
Larrance Walton 
John Sanderson 
Jonathan Hildreth Ju'' 
Josiah Hastings 
Noah Emmons 
Eplu'aim Wheeler 
Joseph Higgins 
Joseph Wheeler 
Zenas Fairbank 
Isaac Hildreth 
James Robertson 



Simon Davis 
John Snow 
Jonathan Farwell 
Silas Thompson 
Jonathan Davis 
Ebenezer Streeter 
Daniel Baldwin 
Amos Smith 
Jonathan farr 4 
Thomas Farr 
Moses Smith 
jNIicheal Woodcock 
Jonas Stearns 
Jon^ farr 2 
Sam" Walker 
Andrew Coburn 
Phinehas Brown 
William Fisher 
James Wheeler Ju"" 
Andrew Hastings 
Jonathan Cresey 
John Cobleigh 
James INLElroy 
James Wheeler 
Kathan Bishop 
Israel Johnson 
Elisha Rockwood 



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31 



Dan Cobleigli 
Peter Wheeler 
Epln'" Hubbiird 
John White 
John Bishop 
Nathan Thomas 
Abel Enions 
William Robertson 
Edward Hildreth 
James Davis 
Enoch Streeter 
John Prat 
Nath^ Bingham 
Abel Ray 
Samuel Farr 
Nehemiah merrill 
lasaac Farr 
John Haskell 
Silas wood 
William Henry 
Amasa Coburn 
Douglass Robins 
Sherebiah Fay 
Joseph Metcalf 
David Stooddert Jur 
John Peacock 
Michael Cresey 
Moses Smith Jr 
David Stone 
John Grandey Junr 
Silvanus Battey 
Increas Daniles 
Abijah Starns 
Ebenezer Taft 
Joh Richardson 



Aaron Farr 
Moses Ellis 
Amos Davis 
Nathan metcalf 
Jonathan Cobleigli 
Zur Evans 
William Farr Jun^' 
Ithamar Chamberlan 
Caleb Johnson 
Amos Streeter 
Abner Johnson 
Kimball Carlton 
Theodorus Bingham 
John Pierce 
Benjamin Coburn 
Ephram Farr 
Sam^^ Farr Ju'' 
Ezekiel Powers 
Obadiah Morrill . 
Daniel Farr 
Thomas Harris 
Hallawill merrill 
Thomas Da by 
marting Warner 
Sam^^ Peacock 
Ephraim Baldwin 
Samuel Hildreth 
Wil"' Aires 
John Grandey 
Ebenezer gail 
Ebenezer Farr 
Abner Albee 
Mathew Gray 
william Hildreth 
Daniel Kinisen 



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REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



James Reed 
Joel AVhitney 
James jVIanslield 
]\Iichaell jNledcalf 
Amos Hubburd 
Benjamin Smith 
Patrick m'raiclel 
Abijali kingsbeiy 



John Elhs 
David fan- 
Oliver Ihd)bard 
Charles Johnson 
Jon*^ Farr 
Samuel Fletcher 
Abraham Farr 



In obediance to the within Decleration that we Rec'^ from you 
Honours we Proseeded According to your Directions and the per- 
sons Names underwriten are these that Refuse to Sign to the Decli- 
ration on your Paper 



Chesterfield June 12 1776 



Ephm Baldwin 
Moses Smith Jr 
JNlichael Cresey 
Ephr'" Ilubburd 
Samuel Hildreth 



Select men 

of 
Chesterfield 



Leu* l^phraim Whitney 
Ebenezer Hervey 
Joseph Printice 
Ebenezer Flitcher Ju'" 
Elisha Walton 
Silas Bennet 



Cap* Jonathan Hildreth 
Eleazer Pomeroy 
Ebenezer Coopper 
Ephraim Whitney 
Sam" Davis Converce 
Esech Earl 
Jab: keing 

To the Honourable Com'ittee of Safety or general Assembly of 
the Colony of Newhampshire 

As Soon as ever we reciev'' your Directions, requesting us to desire 
all the Males in this Town to Sign to a Declaration (Lunaticks &c 
excepted) In Obedience thereto we Immediately proceeded to give 
publick Notice of your Intentions, and otherwise as Ave Thought 
would have the Most Effectual Tendency to have put into Execu- 
tion, in order that we might make a Return by our liepresentitive, 
but having So Short a Time for to accomplish the ^Matter in So great 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



33 



a Town, and being unwilling to omit anything relating to our Duty 
and which might be for the Benefit of the Whole, we calmly delib- 
erated on the Matter, asked y*^ Advice of our Representive and 
others of Sense and Steadiness and as we were not limitted to a cer- 
tain Time to make a Return, we purpurse to make one as Soon as 
it may be done with Conveniency So rest your Humble Serv** 

Eph'" Baldwin j Select men 
Michael Cresey ) of 

Sam^^ Hildreth ) Chesterfield 



clarp:mont 



The following Names of 
and upward 

Thomas Goodwin 

Matthias Stone 

AVilliam Osgood 

John Spencer 

Christopher York 

T Sterne 

Joel roys 

Amasa Fuller 

partrick feilds 

Seth Lewis 

John Kilborn 

John West 

Stephen Hige [Higbee] 

Edward Goodwin 

Joseph Ives 

Ichabod Hitchcock 

Danil Curts 

Olever E^llsworth 

David Rich 

Bill Barns 

Amaziah Knights 

Ezra Jones 



those Who are twenty Years of Age 

Joseph Yoik 
Jacob Rice 
Asa Jones 
Lemuel Hubbard 
David Bates 
Barnabas Ellis 
. Joseph Hubbard 
Jere'" Spencer 
Gideon Lewis 
Josiah Stevens 
John ]*eake 
Samuel Tuttle 
Chearles Higbe 
Ephraim French 
Elihu Stevens Ju'' 
Ebenezer Dudley 
Josiah Rich 
johnthan parker 
Ebenezar Washburn 
John Adkins 
John Goss 
William Sims 



u 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



David Adkins 
Edward Aiisworth 
Joel matthews 
Amos Conant 
John Sprague 
James Alden 
Oliver Ashley 
Eleazer Clark jii"' 
Benjamin Towner 
Abner Matthews 
Jonas Stiiard 
Thomas Duston 



Timothy ^Vdkins 
Nathanell (toss 
Oliver Tuttle 
Sam" Ashley 
Adam Alden 
David Lynd 
Eleazer Clark 
Moses Spaford 
Samuel Lews 
Elehu Stephens 
Beriah Murry 
Timothy Duston 



N. B. These are the Names of those Who have Actually taken 
up arms and are Now in the Continental army 



Leu' Joseph 'J'aylor 
S. Abner ^Matthews ju'' 
Jonathan fuller 
Ruben Spencer 
Benj'" Towner ju'' 
Cliarls Loynds 
Jonathan York 



Leu* Cor^ Joseph Wait 

En^ Tohomas Jones 

James Cooden 

Peter fuller 

Garsham York 

David Loynds ju'' 

Henery Stephens 

Joseph York ju'' 

The Revr'^ Augusten Jlibbard Cha^^lain &c 

Claremont May 30"> 1776 

In Compliance to the above Declaration we have Shone the Dec- 
laration to All the Inhabitants of this Town and the Associate are 
those who have Signed to tins paper 

Matthias Stone i Select 
Asa Jones \ Men 



The Names of those Who Refuse to Sign the Dieclaration 

John Thomas Cap' Benjamin Brooks 

Cap' Benjimin Sumner 



B arnabds Bicc ks 



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35 



Rev'^ Ranna Cosset 
Samii Cole Esq^ 
Levi Worner 
Eniich Jndd 
l^en'^ Benjimin Toyler 
Hezakiah Roys 
Benj"' Leat 
James Steal 
John Hichcock 
Samuel Thomas 
Ebenezer Edson 
Benjamin Brooks ju'' 
Doc*^" William Sumner 
Joseph Norton 



Cornelus Brook 
Daniel Worner 
William Coy 
Ebenezer Judd Ju"" 
Thimothy Granis 
Asa Leat 
Ebenezer Judd 
Amos Snow 
David Dodge 
Amos Cole 
Benjamin Peterson 
Daniel Worner jn"" 
Ebenezer Roys 



Claremont May 30'M776 

the Declaration having ben Shone to the within Named persons 
thay Refaes to Sign Attest 

Matthias Stone i Select 
Asa Jones \ Men 

CONCORD 



Reuben Kimball 


John Kimball 


Tho^ Stickney 
Tim-^ Walker Jun' 


Peter Greene 
Benj* Emery 


John Bradley 


Nathan Chandler 


Aaron Stevens 


James Walker 


Robert Davis 
Daniel Gale 


Benjamin Hanafon 
David Hall 


Simeon Danforth 


Nath" Abbott 


Nathai Rolfe 

Samuel Thompson 

Moses Eastman jun 

John Fowle 

Jeremiah bbrdle [Bradley] 


Stephen Greenleaf 
John Gage 
Jacob Carter 

Ills 

Levi X Ross 

mark 



36 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Amos Abbott 
Ephrm farnum 
Philip Eastman 
Richard flanders 
Kich'^ Hazeltine 
Benjam lifield 
Lot Colby 
Danieal Chase 
Jn° Stevens 
Phinhas Sevns 
Benjamin Abott 
Henry Martin 
William fifield 
Samuel Butters 
Oliver Hoit 
Henry Beck 
Eben farnum 
John Steven 
Chandler Love joy 
Caleb Buswell 
Solomon (lage 
Amos Abbot Jun 
Joseph Abbot 
James liiitchell 
Asa Kimball 
Timothy Bradley Junr 
Pliinehas Virgin 
Ebenezer Simond 
Josiah Farnum Junr 
Ben* Farnum 
Benj*^ Eastman 
Ephraim Potter 
Ephraim Farnum Ju"^ 
William Virgin 
George Abbot 



Peter Green J'' 
Timothy Bradlay 
Cornelius Johnson 
Daniel Abbot 
Joseph Fanum 
Joseph Hall Jun*' 
Reuben Abbott 
Jonathan Eastman 
David (-leorge 
John Virgin 
Jabez Abbot 
Ebene^- Hall 
Timothy Simonds 
Reuben Abbot Ju'^ 
Tim° Walker 
theadoer farnam 
Benja Rolfe 
Ephraim Farnum 
Moses Eastman 
Samuel hinkson 
Richard Eastman 
Ezekel Dimond Junr 
William Coffin 
Jonathan iNIerrill 
Ezra Cater 
Jonathan Emerson 
Joseph Eastman 
AVilliam Currier 
Dan Stickney 
Elisha Moody 
Jacob Green 
Ebene'' A^irgin 
Edward Abbott 
Jonathan Stickney 
Obadiah Hall 



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37 



Joseph Farnimi Jim 
Daniel Hall 
Nathan Abbot 
Isaac Abbot 
Stephen Abbot 
Stejihen farnum 
Deni Chdier 
Daniel Carter 
Richard Harbert 
James Hazeltine 
John Chase 
John Shute 
Joseph Hall 
Joseph Colby 
Nathel Green 
Isaac walker 
Richard flanders 
Ezekiel Dimond 
Phinehas Kimball 
Benjamin Sweat 
Benjamin Elliot 
Joseph Eastman Jimer 
Timothy Simonds 
Timothy Kimball 
Ezekiel Cater 
Henry Lovjoy 
Jacob Goo.dwin 
George Graham 
Zephaniah Patee 
Samuel Goodwin 
Thomas Eaton 



Josiah Farnum 
Stephen Kimball 
Abner flanders 
Jesse Abbot 
Ephraim Abbot 
George Aljbot Jun'' 
Daniel Farnum 
Philip Carigain 
Joseph Colough 
Gordon Hutchins 
William Hazeltne 
Simon Trumbel 
Jacob Shute 

his 

John X Trumble 

mark 
Ephraim Fisk 

Thomas Wilson 
Ezra Badger 
Timothy Farnham 
Joseph Haseltine 
Robert Ambros 
Abiel Blanchad 
James stevens 
Richard Potter 
Philip Kimball 
John Farnum 
Richard Hood 
Lemuel Tucker 
Jeremiah Wheeler 
Zebediah Farnum 
Abner Farnum 



CONWAY AND LOCATIONS 



John Osgood 
John Dollof Jun'" 



Enoch Webster 
William merrill 



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REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Leonerd irammaii 
Enoch Merrill 
John Dollof 
Jacob Walden 
Richard ICastman 
Ja* Harrold 
Abiather Eastman 
Amos Merrill 
Benjaman Farnuni 
Thomas Kussell 
Benoui Cory 
Jeremiah Page 
Rob» Harrold 
Jedidiah Spring- 
David Page 
Barnes Hazeltine 
Joshua Heath 
Thomas Chadbourn 
Abraham Colby 
John Pendexter 
Humphery Emery 
Enoch Emery 
Vere lioyse 
Stephen Cofhn 
Josiah Dollof 
Nat^i Smith 



Jam* Huntriss 
Jeremiah Farrington 
And'^ M'lnillan 
Hugh Sterling 
Ezekiel Walker 
william Knox 
Tho* merrill Junr 
Joseph Odell 
Ebenezer Burbank 
Timothy walker 
Thomas King 
Ebenezer Fari\um 
John will son 
Abiel Lovejoy 
Benjamin Osgood 
Tho* INIerrill 
William White 
Joseph '^^rhomson 
Joseph Colby 
Humphery Emery 
Nathanel Hariman 
Antony Emery 
Benjamin Copp 
Richard Jackman 
Christopher Huntress 



To the General Assembly or Committe of safety for tlie Colony 
of 'New Hampsheir 

We have Agreabel to tlie within Request Desired Every man that 
is twenty one years of age within this town and the Locations ajoyn- 
inge to set their names to the within instroment Excludeing such as 
ware orded to be Excluded in the Request and Every man has 
accordingly signed 

Conway June the 9 1776 David Page | select 

Joshua Heath ( men 



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39 



CROYDON 



Benj"^ Swinei"ton 
]\roses Whipple 
John Sanger 
David Warrin 
Joseph Hall 
Abner Brigham 
James How 
Benjamin Powers 
Phinehas Sanger 
David Stock will 
Jacob Hall 
Nathaniel Wheeler 
Setli Wheeler 
Abijah Hall 
Benjamin Tliomson 
John Cooper Junr 

those whose Names are in 
habitants of this Town* 
Edward Hall 
John Powers 



Isaac Sangar 
Sam'l R'd [Read] Hall 
Jacob Leland 
Daniel Emorson 
Seth Chase 
Bezaleel Gleason 
Stephen Powers 
Samuel Whipple 
David Powers 
Eleazer Leland 
Phinehes Newton 
Amos Hager 
Benoni Thomson 
Timothy Fisher 
Thomas Whijjple 

Croydon July 6"^ 1776 
the Column at the Left hand are In- 

Ezekiel Powers 
John Cooper 



The four men above refuse to Set there Names to this Paper 

John Cooper ) o i ^ 

TTT, • ■, ' !5 elect men 
Moses W hippie 



DANVILLE [HAWKE] 



Moses Colbey 
Reuben True 
Tho® Stow Ranney 
Abraham Chase 



David Quinby 
henery DearBon 
Jeremy Towle 
Thomas Page 



*[ Tills includes all the above names. Sunapee, Croydon and Newport were returned on 
one papei'.— Ed.] 



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EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



John Selly 
Jolin Page 
Caleb Towl 
Jethro Sanborn 
Jonathan Sanborn 
Gideon Sawyer 
Elisha Bachelder 
Richard Nason 
Jedidiah Philbrick 
James towle 
Joseph Brown 
Thones Chellis 
Jonathan French Juner 
Ebenezer tucker 
Edward Eastman 
Barnet thorn 
Samuel Sargent 
Joseph Collins 
Samuel march 
Nathan Jones 
Nathan Jones Jun'" 
Moses Q nimby 
Isaac flanders 
Samuel Eastmen 
Henry Morrill 
Hezekiah Blake 
Jonathan Blake Junr 
Isaac Clefford 
Jonathan Clough 
Aaron Quimby 
Samuel Quimby 
Jabez Eaton 
William Busel 
Benjamian Eastmen 
James Lowell 



Jonathan french 
Henry Elkins 
John Sanborn 
Timothy Brown 
Abraham Darling 
David Tilton 
Josiah Batcheldor 
Peter Elkins 
Humphry Hook 
Joseph Clifford Sanborn 
Jabez Page 
Timothy Worth 
Samuel Paul Dudly 
Joseph tucker 
Natthel fellews 
Stephen Barnard 
Samuel Fellows 
Nehemiah Sleeper 
Nathaniel Brown 
Ezra Jones 
Jonthen Jnes 
Asa flanders 
Jacob Eastmen 
Stephen Eastmen 
Israel Dimond 
Jonathan Blake 
Josiah Toxbury 
William Gorge 
Joseph Williams 
Annes Campell 
James Sawyer 
David flanders 
Eliphelet hoyt 
George Bartlett 



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41 



In Pursuant To the within Request we have Shown this Declara- 
tion to all the Inhabitants of Tiiis Parish and all have Signed Ex- 
cept Joseph Jones Hezekiah Sleeper Joseph Sweat Trustum Collins, 
the above Named persons are Called Quakers and Refuse to Take 
up Arms — 

Hawke June 7*'' 177(3 Moses Colbey \ Selectmen 

David Quinby V of 
Reuben True J Hawke 

DEERFIELD 



Timothy Upham 
Stephen Batchelder 
John M'^Crilles 
Tho^ Rand 
Benjamin Sanborn 
Isaac Sheperd 
Sam*^ Cate 
Richard Jenness 
Jeremiah Easman 
George Wallis 
David Kindrick 
Dalton Simpson 
Moses Chase 
Josiah Chase 
Benjamin Stevens 
Wadleigh cram 
Henry Tucker 
Daniel Page 
John godfree 
Andrew Freese 
Enoch Robie 
Joseph Kinnison 
John Bachelder Juner 
Stephen Bachelder Juner 



Eliphalet Smith 
Simon Marston 
John Dam 
Abraham True 
James Page 
Adonijali Fellows 
Thomas moiilton 
Jacob Longfellow 
John avery 
Aaron Rowlings 
Robert Hellese [Hills?] 
Stephen chase 
John Simpson 
Daniel Currier 
Benjamin French 
Samuel Gilman 
Eliphelet (irifeen Jun 
Moses Thompson 
James Mason 
thomas Leavitt 
Samuel Perkins 
James Griff en 
Edward dearbon 
Increase Batcheler 



42 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Natliaiiiel Green 
Benjamin Batclielder 

his 

Robert X mason 

mark 
Jonathan Bine 
Joseph March 
Joshna Veazey 
James Langly 
Robart INIerrill 
Abiel liartlet 
Nathaniel Osgood 
Nathan Grifeen 
Andrew Nealey 
John Grifeen 
Enoch French 
Ebenezer Tilton 
Nathan Batchelor 
James Brown 
Zebnlun King 
Samuel levatt 
Ezra True 
Edward Blue 
John Batchelder 
Josiah Tilton 
William Haines 
Benj" Kendrick 
Nathan Sanborn 
Robert I'age 
Joseph Hoit 
Benjamin Folsom 
Joseph Cram 
Jesse I*rescut 
David Robinson 
Joseph young 
Jonathan Robinson 



John Lucy 

Levi Dame 

Thomos Robie 

Theoph* Griffen 

Eliphelet Griffen 

George Seavey 

Domenikes Griffen 

Francses Bachlder 

Samuel Hardy 

Gideon Ham 

Samuel Hobbs 

John Cram 

Joseph Graves 

Peter Sanborn 

William Smith 

John matlon [^faloon?] 

David Jewett 

Joseph Hilton 

Reuben Brown 

Samuel Goodhue 

David Tilton 

Stephen Batchelder ye 3 

David Haines 

Dudley Ladd 

Josiah Sawyer 

Benjamin Page 

Samuel Hoit 

John Thirstin 

Tristram Sanborn 

Joel Cram 

Josiah Smith 

Levi Harvey 

James 3'oung 

John Ivobinson 

Joseph Jones 



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43 



John Merril 
Sanborn Cram 
Jedidiah Prescott J'' 
Jolni jNIead 
Joshua Leavitt 
Willara ]Mors 
Tho*^ Jenness 
Joseph Jndkins 
Benjaium Jadkins 
Daniel Ladd 
Nathaniel Philbrick 
Jonathan Philbrick 
Ephraim Patchelder 
Jonathan Judkins 
Samuel Prescutt 
Samuel m'^Cluer 
thomas blasdel 
John Pearson 
Joseph Wallis 
Timothy Gowing 
Nathan Philbrick 



David Batchelder 
Josiali Prescott 
Samuel pulsfer 
Ezekiel Gilman 
Benjamn Ben 
Joseph Currier 
Joshua French 
Ebenezer Brown J'' 
Joshua young 

his 

Jonathan x Watson 

mark 

Simon Batchelder 

moses Barnard 

Abraham Prescutt 

Jonathan M'^Cluer 

Iddo Webster 

Cotton Haines 

Nathanael Bachclder the 3d 

Phineas Tilton 

John Philbrick 



Deerfield June 20'" 177(3 

To the Honorable General Assembly or Committe of Safety of 
this Colony Gentlemen we have Comply ed with your Request in 
Desireing all Males to Sine the Declaration on this Paper Excepting 
a few who were Gon out of the Parish the men who Refuse to Sine 
are those whose names are here under written 

Nathan Sanborn 
Benjamin Page 



Cap' John Robenson 
Moses Marshel 
Doc^ Jonathan Hill 
William Turril 



Robert Page 

Lie* Nath^ INIeloon 
Joseph jNIerril 
Josiah Sanborn 
Nehemiah Cram 



Select 
Men 



u 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



John Easman 
John ]')artlet 
Jereniiali Glidden 
Nath^ Folsoin 
Samuel windslo 
Benia" Ladd 



Bond Little 
Benj" Bradford 
William m^'Keen 
Nenian Aiken 
Joseph Wakefield 
Ebenezer Blood 
Frances Grimes 
John Sheriar 
Allexander Hogg 
William Forsith 
David willson 
Bray wilkens 
Jonathan Wyman 
James (i rimes 
Robert Mills 
Elexander Roberson 
William Bradford 



Ephraim Brown 

Elezer Alliene 
Daniel Marston 
John Prescott 
Asejjh j\[erril 
Nath^ Robenson 



DEERING 



Ephraim Abbott 
John Wiley 
Samuel Chandler 
Jolm Bayls 
William Robertson 
Elias Hassall 
Samuel Patten 
Abraham gove 
William Aiken 
Thomas Aiken 
John Lyon 
Timothy Wyman 
Timothy Wyman Juner 
Joseph Mills 
Ephraim Clark 
Joseph Robenson 



A Beturn of the Mens Names that Refuse to Singe the within 
wrteng 

John Bartlet Jonathan Straw 

Benj" Bradford Selectman 



DUBLIN 



John Swan 
Tho" Morse 
Joseph Cireenwood 



Richard Gillchrest 
Eli jNIorse 
Moses Adams 



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45 



Daniel Morse 
Ebenezer Twitcliel 
Stephen Twitcliel 
Ivory Perry 
John INIorse 
Joseph Adms 
William Greenwood 
Timothy Adams 
John Knowlton 
John Muzzy 
Reuben Morse 
Ithamar Johnson 
Ezra jNIorse 
Isaac Bond 
Thomas Alden 
Moses Greenwood 
James Charablen 
Samuel Williams 
Abijah Twitchel 
William Strongman 
John wight 
moses Pratt 
Caleb Stanford 
Phinehas Stanford 
Gershom Twitchel Ju'' 
Oliver Right 



Jos: Twitchell 
Samuel Twitchel 
Simeon Johnson 
Benjamin Learned 
Henry Strongman 
Benj'^ mason 
Levi Partridge 
Eli Greenwood 
Simeon Bullard 
Moses Johnson 
Richard Strongman 
Silas Stone Jun"" 
Isaac Adams 
Silas Stone 
Josiali Greenwood 
James Polins 
Thomas Lewis 
Ebenezer Hill 
Xath^ Bate 
William Yardley 
Thomas Muzzy 
Gershom twitchel 
Jabe [Jabez] Puffer 
Nathan Burnap 
Gardner Town 



In Compliance with your Request we have Desired all the INIales 
in our town above twenty one years of age to Sign to the Declera- 
tion on this Paper : which they all Did without any Dispute 

test Joseph Greenwood ^ Selectmen 
Simeon Bullard v of / 
John Muzzy ) Dublin 



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REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



DUMBARTON 



Thomas Caldwell 
Thomas Huse 
James Clement 
Danel Stony 
John Jameson 
Hesekiah Colby 
samuel kellj^ 
Edward Presbe 
Amos Emery 
Caleb Page 
Enoch S'argent 
Henery poudney 
John Holms 
Nathan Bnrnam 
John jNIarill 
Asa putney 
John Hoo-o- 
Sargent Colbey 
Philip AVells 
John Church 
David Hardey 
Plonier Wheeler 
James Stewart 
Stephen Wheeler 
Moses Colbey 
Isaac Cheney 
Kichard Greenousfh 
David Favour 

l)is 

Jacob X Chesamor 

mark 

Caleb Page juner 



James m'^Calley 
John Gould 
David Story 
Samuel Bnrnam 
Stephen ayer 
Abel Sargent 
noah Sargent 
James Gray 
Theo* Goodwin 
Jere'' Page 
AVilliam Holms 
thomas Hoyt 
James Alexander 
Thomas George 
Asa Bnrnam 
William Pao'e 
Enoch Sargent 
Zebulun Getchel 
Israel Clifford 
Benjamin Putmen 
Thomas Mills 
William Wheeler 
Sam^ Allison 
Archabel Stinson 
Samuel Stuart 
George Hogg 
Jonathan Stevens 
Hugh Jemeson 

liis 

Jacol) X Colbev 



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47 



Dunbarton Nov y^ 25. 1776 
the under Witten Names Ware those who had tbe ofer to Signe 
and Refused 

William Stark William Stinson 

Stephen Palmer ^ Jolm Stinson 

llobat Hogg James Hogg 

Abraham Burnum John solter 

David Hogg John M^Cordey 

Jeremiah Page ) Select men 
John Hogg ) for Dunbarton 



EAST KINGSTON 



Phinas Bacheller 
Edward Fifield 
Benjamin French Ju"" 
Joshua French 
Samuel Stevens 
John Sanborn 
Abraham Smith 
Simon Bacheller 
John Toppan 
Enoch Chase 
Moses Greeley 
Eliphalet Webster 
John Currier 
Daniel Gale 
Daniel Eastman 
Trueworthy Palmer 
Abraham Smith junr 
Thomas Bacheller 
Jacob Ordway 
Samuel palmer 
Benjamin wiltn 
Joseph Bean 



Benjamin French 
Ebenezer Bachelor 
Josiah Tilton 
Jacob Gale 
Jonathan Collins 
Nath^ Bacheller 
Nath^ Gilman Bacheller 
Stephen Prescutt 
William fifield 
William Smith 
Jonathan Lad Webster 
Jonathan (Jreeley jur 
Richard Smith 
John morrill 
Jonathan Clough 
Benjamin Smith 
Nathan Bachellor 
Nathan ordway 
Jacob Graves 
David Tilton 
I th a mar E m e r s on 
John Carter 



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REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Moses Blasdel 
Elijah Clougli 
Ebenezer Collins 
Jeremiah Currier 
Samuel Carter 
John Blasdel 
Nathan Sompson 
Jacob Rowell 
Daniel Rowell 
Daniel Blasdel 
William Samson 
Barnard Elliot 
Ezekiel Merrill 
Josiah Bachelder 
Edward Greeley 
John Samborn 
Jeremiah morrill 



John wellch 
Andrew Greeley 
Ezra Currier 
Abner Morss 
Jonathan lilasdel 
Ralph Blasdel 
Jacob Blasdel 
Matthias Bartlet 
Henry Blasdel 
Nathanel Whitcher 
Samuel Carter Jun 
Caleb Webster 
True Pearkins 
Philip Brown 
Jonathan Greeley 
Jonathan Cass 
Jonathan Pearkins 



Co^ Jonathan Greeley has several Times been desired to Sign the 
Declaration but has not 
Abraham Brown 
Jacob Currier 



Refuse to Siofn the Declaration 



EFFINGHAM [LEAVITT'S TOWN] 



Reuben mars ton 
Levi Lumper 
Benjamin Dearborn 
Simon Leavitt 
Tlio^ Parsons 
John Leavitt 
Josiah george 
Joseph palmer 
Willam Palmer 



John raarston 
Carr Leavitt 
Richard Taylorr 
Weare Drake 
Levi Jones 
James Titcomb 
Robrt Brown 
Eleazer Davise 



The Above have all Signed to abide by the within precept 
there is no more Inhabitants in Leavitts Town 



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49 



ENFIELD 



John Lasell 
John Lyman 
Josiah Hovey 
Elisha Bingham 
Samuel meacham 
Phillip Padelford 



Benjamin P. Fuler 
Dan' Hovey 
Simon P. Slapp 
Nathan Bicknell 
Jonat'' padelford jun 
Jonathan Padelford 
Asa Williams 

Enfield June y*^ ll''> 1776 
To the Honorable Commity of Saifty of the Coloney of New 

Hampshear 

Those Nanes Which are within Whriten hear unto Volontarily 

hear unto Soot their Hands 

attest John Lasell 'j Select 

Samuel meacham v Men of 
Dan' Hovey j Enfield 

EPPING 



John Prescott 
Abraham folsm 
Jouatlian killey 
Seth Fogg 
Jonathan Philbrick 

his 

Ezekiel X Clough 

mark 

David Lawrence 
Benjamin Smith Ju^' 
Jon^ Clark Jun'' 
Josiah Edgerly 
Samuel Hunt 
James norris 
Josiah Folsom 
Ezekiel Brown 



Abraham Perkins 
Benjamin Brown 
Jonathan Meloon 
Benjamin Dearborn 
Samuel Plumer 
[illegible] 
Mark Howe 
Benjamin Page 
Abraham Perkins Juner 
Jonathan Rundlett 
Joseph Gale 
Benjamin Brown Ju'' 
Eliphalet Cally 
Brad'^ Gilman 
W" Coffin 



50 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Daniel Gordon 
Abraham Bi'own Ju' 
Simeon Noris 
Joseph Prescott 
David Lowel 
Jacob Forss 
IMiillip Harvy 
John Rowell 
John Cauley 
Edward Lawrans 
Joseph Chandler 
Richard Shaw 
Ezra Strow [Straw] 
Samuel Dearborn 
Richard Shurburn 
Jonathan Galley 
Moses davis 
Ezekiel Hook 
Frances James 
James Rundlet 
Jeremiah Prescott 
Job Parsons 
Joseph french 
Enoch Goffin 
Rebben Osgood 
Jacob Rundlet 
Ghas Grockett 
,] ohn Towle jr 
Josiah N orris 
Oliver morrill 
James Ghase Junr 
Ebenezer Straw 
John marden 
Ezra french 
Jethro B: Tilton 



Samuel Smith 
Nehemiah Wheeler 
Benjamin Clifford 
Jonathan W^inslew 
Joseph Blake 
Jonathan Clark 
Thomas Cauley 
Simon Drake 
Abraham Brown 
Samviel Shaw 
Ebenezer Connor 
John Strow [Straw] 
John Shurburn 
Jonathan Prescott 
William Crocket 
Samuel Parsons 
John Lunt 
Joshua Brown 
W'" Dowlin 
Simon Dearborn 
James Sanborn 
Abraham Tilton 
Phinehas fog-g 
John Gilman 
Robart Judkins 
Joseph mason 
Josiah Rundlet 
John Chapman ju 
Gould French 
James Johnson 
Josiah Towl 
William Straw 
[illegible] 
Barzillai French 
John Pike 



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61 



Moses Coffin 
John Bartlett 
John Towl 
Thomas Burly 
Benj" Dockum 
Josiah Smith 
Daniel Barbr 
David folsom 
Josiah Tilton 
Daniel Dow 
Edmund Chapman 
Edward Sanbon 
Benj" Johnson 
Timothy Jones 
Jeremiah Sanborn 
Chandler Sanborn 
Joseph Chandler 
Benjamin Dearborn 
Jacob Freese Jun 
Ebenezer Dow 
hezekiah Clifford 
Joseph Taylor 
Richard Clifford J. 
David Norris 
Joseph Prescott 
James Rundlet 
James hanagan [?] 
Sam^ Morrill 
Jacob Frease 
John Page 
Benj Rowlings 
thomas Robinson 
Zebulon Edgerly 
micah priescut • 
Darbon Blak 



Samuel Connor 
Simeon Robinson 
Sam^ Clark 
Jonathan Eliot 
David hanes 
Moses Dalton 
Levi freanch 
Benj^ Dow 
John Cliapman 
Benj" Smith 
Daniel Sanborn 
Benjamin Johnson Juner 
Isaac Dimond 
Jacob Blasdel 
Josiah Chase 
theophilus Blake 
Chase Osgood 
Nathaniel Samborn 
Jonathan fifield 
James Osgood 
Daniel Rundlet 
Nichols Robinson 
Thomas Calley Ju 
Samuel Morrill 
Jonathan Chase 
Sargent Huse 
Ebenezer Fisk 
Paul Lad 
Ebenezer Blake 
Jonothan thomos 
Joseph Edgerly 
William Gill 
Nathan gove Present 
Philip Kelley 
John Ferren 



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E EVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Jonathan Ferrne 
lienj Clarke 
Robart Cross 
Jonathan Kobinson Junr 
Benjamin Dockum Ju"^^ 
Benaiah Dow 
VVinthrop Dow 
Theophiliis Stevens Ju'' 
Jonathan Robinson 
James VVadleigh 
John Lyford 
Thomas wioggn 

His 

Jonathan X Kiniston 

mark 

David perkins 

Moses Page 

David Lawrance Jiir 

Paul Ladd junr 

Pain Blake 

John Carr 

Benj" Smart 



Samuel Veazey 
Simon Johnson 
Robert Wille 
Joseph Dudley 
Jacob Swain 
Theophilus Stevens 
John pease 
Stephen Clifford 
John Perkins Juner 
Henery Wiggin 
thomas Wiggin Juner 
Stephen Clark 
Jacob Clark 
James Chase 
Samuel Franch 
Nathan Swain 
Jedidiah Blake 
John Carr 2 
Nathan Samborn 
James Norris y'' 4*'^ 
Nathan Samborn Jurn 



Agreable to the Within association paper we have Shewn it to the 
Inhabitants and these persons Whose names are under Written are 
persons that Refuse to Sighn the Same 





Seth Fogg ^ Select 




Enoch Coffin V men 




Abraham Perkins j of Epping 


John Barker 


Jonathan Barker 


thomas Drake 


Robert Blake 


Joseph Shepard 


Robert Smith 


Nathaniel Ladd 


Josiah Roberson 


James Rundlet Jun'' 


thomas Norris 


Benj" Morgen 





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53 



EPSOM 



John m'^Clery 
John m^'gaifey 
Eliph* Sanborn 
Ebenezer Bracket 
Aaron Burbank 
Reuben Sanbun 
Samuel Blake 
Simon Cass 
William Nason 
James mrden 
John Gate 
Ephraim Lock 
Thomas Babb 
Benson Ham 
John M*=Clary Ju"" 
Andrew ]M''Gaffey 
Neal ^PGaffey 
Jeremiah Prescott 
Samuel Daves 
Francis Lock 
Jonathan knowles 
George Sanders 
Levi Cass 
Jeremiah Page 
Benjmian Johnston 
samuel Rand 
Willaim Drought 
Jethro Blake 
Israelfolsom 
samuel ames juen 
Thomas Holt Junr 
William Band 
mark moses 



John Casey 
George Wallis 
George Uren 
Joseph Sharborn 
Simon Knowles 
Benj" Gooddwin 
Josiah Knowles 
moses Locke 
Abraham Walles 
Rricherd treep 
rCphrain Pettingell 
Nathaniel Payn [?] 
Ebenezer Wallias 
Henry m'^Crelles 
moses Osgood 
Waymuth Wallas 
Obadiah Williams 
Simeon Chapman '^ desire 
Nathan Marden 
John m^'creles 
Joseph Seavy 
hennery Seavy 
David Knoulton 
Joseph Towle 
Nathniel willes 
Isaac Lebbee 
John Haneis 
William jVPCreles 
James Nelson 
Samuel Ames 
William Holt 
Silvanus moses 
Samuel meses 



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REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Eplieraim Beray 

John Cass & 
William Odionie 



^ refused to 



Beiieet Lebbee 



sign 



EXETER [fragment] 



Joseph Svvasey Jr 
Josiah Weeks 
Stephen Creighton 
Gerald Fitz Gerald 
John Giddinge 
Theophilus Smith 
Thomas Dollof 
John Bond 
Hubartus Neale 
Sam^ Harris 
John Patten 
Will'" Odlin 
Josiah Folsom 
Joseph Thing- 
Robert Kimball 
Robert Lord 
Edward Ladd 
Thomas Lyford 
Benj*" Morss 
Thomes Lyerd 
Bart Gale 
Benjamin Sweaz}^ 
Winthrop thing 
John Cartty 



Joseph Badger 
Peaslee Badger 
Jacob Kelly 



Josiah Wyatt 
Stephen Thing 
Samuel Lamson 
Josiah Gilman Jun'' 
Joseph Gilman 
Elij)halet Giddinge 
Josiah Beal 
Noah Emery 
Daniel Grant 
Joseph Stacey 
David Smith 
Benja Cram 
Samuel Quemby 
Nath^^ Gorden 
Benjamin Kimball 
Jos: Rawlins 
Joseph Lamson 
Zebulun Gilman 
Davd Gilman 
Samuel folsom Gilman 
Dudley Watson 
John Giddinge Ju'' 
Kinsley H James 
Jonathan Hopkinson 



GILMANTON 



Joseph Badger Ju'" 
W"^ Smith 
Ebener Eastman 



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55 



Daniel Folsoni 
Paul Bickford 
Jacob Sleeper [?] 
Josua Gilman 
Israel farrar 
Jonathan James 
Noah Dow 

Joseph Huckins Juner 
David Fifield 
W" Silley 
Isaac Smith 
Thomas Flanders 
Peter (xilman 
Samuel Gilman 
P]phraim Morrill Jur 
Jonathan F'olsom 
jMatthias Sawyer 
Ivobert Glidden 
Andrew Paige 
Andrew Gliden 
Samuel avery 
Elisha Odlin 
Benj" AVoodbridge Dean 
David Elkins 
David Clough 
Nathaniel Elkins 
Edward Smith 
John Samborn 
Edward Fox 
John Jeffry 
mathias weeks 
Ephraim morrill 
Joseph Parsons 
William Parsons Ju"^ 
Ebenezer Paige 



John Moody 

■Ezekiel Hoit 

John Hains 

Benjamin huckins 

Benjamin James 

Jn" Parsons 

Samuel Greeley 

Joseph Huckins 

Saml Fifield 

John Gilman 

George Dennet 

David Bean 

Joshua Gilman 

Stephen l^ean 

James Huckiugs 

Robert Moulton 

Daniel Stevens 
Nathanael Kimball 

Simon Clough 
Samuel thusten 
Jasper Elkins 
Samuel Ladd 
Thomas Taylor 

Summersbee Gilman 
Edward Gilman 
David Avery 
Ambros Hinds 
Nath" Webster 
Abner Clough 
Elisha Weed 
Thomas Chattell 
Jonathan Gilman third 
William Parsons 
Lemuel Rand 
Jeremy Cogswell 



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REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Nath" Wilson 
Isaac Batchelder 
Dudley Young 
Jonathan Oilman Ju' 
Jesse Looge 
John worth 
Ebenezer Stevens 
John Melchir 
Nathan Samburn 
Jonathan Ross 
Jona"^ Clark 
Daniel Dudley 
John Dudley 
Jeremiah Connor 
Benjamin Gilman 
Neheraiah Louge 
Daniel Evens 
Jude Bean 
henery mash 
Joseph Osgood 



Jeremi Richardson 
wintrop Oilman 
Dudley Hutchinson 
Jotham Oilman 
Samuel Osgood 
Solomon Kinison 
Eliphelet Gilman 
Elisha Hutchinson 
Lowel Sanborn 
Samuel Clough 
Benjamin Weeks 
Stejihen Dudley 
Benjman Dow 
Antipas Oilman 
Samuel Brooks 
Abner Evens 
Jonathan Hutchinson 
John Mash 
Josiali Avery 



Oilmautown, August y' 28*'^ 1776 
Pursuant to the orders of the Committee of safety we have applied 
to the Inhabitants of Oilmantown to sign the association paper and 
those named in the List herewith Committed are those that Refuse 
to sign it 

Edward Smith ) selectmen of 
John Samborn ( Oilmantown 



Samuel Avery 
Daniel Clough 
Reuben Allan 
Noah weaks 
Nathn' webster Juner 
Gideon Bean 
Gilman Lougey 



pain Smith 
John Fox 
Tliomos mudget 
Samuel weaks 
Simeon muget 
Joshua Bean 
philip pain 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



5T 



Joseph morrill 
Gilnian Lougey Juner 
Joiiathon giluian 
Amos paine 
Edward Lock 
George Weymouth 
Hozea Hatch 
Jonath'^ Batehelder 
Joseph Young 



David Edgerley 
Orlando weed 
John Shepard 
Isaiah C lough 
Abraham Folsom 
Joseph Avery 
Joseph Clifford 
simeon Bean 
Enoch Bean 



Gilmantown August y*" 28"' 1776 
-several Persons above Named 



-use signing the Association Paper 



Edward Smith 
John Samborn 



select men of 
Gilmantown 



To the Honourable the Council and Assembly or the Committee 
of safety for the Colony of New hampshire Whereas the select 
men of the town of Gilmantown have applj^ed to us to sign an 
association paper and there being some scruples on our minds we 
Cant Conscientiously sign it and we beg Leave to assign our Reasons 
which are as follows viz we agree and Consent to the Declaration of 
Independence on the British Crown, and are willing to pay our pro- 
portion to the support of the United Colonies but as to Defend with 
arms it is against our Religious principles and pray we may be Ex- 
cused all which is most Humbly submitted by your Hon'^ most obed' 
Hum" ser*^ 

Dated Gilmantown August y' 20"' 1776 

John fox Samuel AVeeks 

Orlando weed Pain Smith 

Daniel Clough Nath'^ Webster Ju"" 

Jonathan Dow Hosea Hatch 

Charles Currier Samuel Avery 

Simeon mudget Scribner Mudgit 

Joseph Morrill Gilman Lougee 

Noah Weeks Gilman Lougee Ju*' 



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Josepli Clifford 
Simeon Beau 
Ruben Allen 



Jouatlian bachelder 
Joseph young 



GILSUM 



Ebenezer Dewey 
Pelatiah Pease 
Gershom Crocker 
Ebenezer Kilbarn 
Josiah Kilburn J"" 
Jonathan Adams 
Henry White 
Stephen Bond 
David Bill 
Elisha mack 
Levi Bliss 
Abner Bliss 
Jonathan Bliss J"" 
Joel Kilbourn 
Ebezer Willcox 
John Marks 
James Rowe 
John Boynton 
John Dimick Juner 
Timothy Dimock 
John Row juner 

This may Certifey that the Names 
inhabatants of the Town of Gilsum 
this Request Test 



Justus Hurd 
Ebenezer Dewey J'" 
Josiah kilburn 
Tho morse 
Ebenezer Church 
Ichabod youngs 
Shubael Hurd 
Josepli Youngs 
Stephen Bond J"" 
Obadiah Smith 
Jonathan Bliss 
David Bliss 
Ebenezar Bill 
Obadiah Willcox juner 
John Chapman 
Stephen Griswold 
Elisha Pendell 
John Boynton Jun 
John Dimeck 
John Row 
Obadiah Willcox 

Annexed to this paper are all the 
that Come within the Limits of 



Eben'' Dewey J'" 
Pelatiah Pease 



Selectmen 
of Gilsum 



IIAMPSTEAD 



Jonathan Carleton 
Barth" Heath 



Samuel Little 
Timothy Goodwin 



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59 



Caleb Emerson 
Reuben Harriman 
Benj" Little Ju'' 
Benj" Emerson Ju*" 
Sam^ Flagg 
John Gorden 
John Bond 
Edward Present 
Joshua Bradshaw 
Robert Hogg 
Joshua Eastman 
Daniel Little 
John Darling 
Richard heath 
Oliver Worthen 
John Atwood Ju 
Ezra French 
Jn° Wiear 
Edm*^ Mooers 
Henry True 
Daniel Little Jun'" 
Samuel Johson jur 
Abner Rogers 
Christopher Rowell 
William Richardson Junr 
Thomas willams 
Robert Emerson 
Wiir Ritcherson 
Joshua Sawyer 
John Harriman J"^ 
henry hunt 
Jonathan Eastman 

his 

Nathanil X Chase 

mark 

Abner Little 
John Richardson 



Hezekiah Hutchins 
John Webster 
Will"' Moulton 
Samuel Johnson 
James Gile 
James Eaton 
David Poor 
Stephen Johnson 
Roger Magrath 
Edmund Eastman 
Ezekiel Currier 
Timothy Stevens 
Joseph Philbrick 
Andrew Bryant 
James Atwood 
Joseph frencli ju 
Benjmian Tuxbuiy 
Anstin George 
John Bond Jun' 
Peter Eastman 
Eliph^ Poor 
Tristram Little 
Humphry Nichols 
Thomes Emery 
William George 
Moses Little 
Peter morss 
Watts Emerson 

his 

John X Giffers 

mark 

Caleb Webster 
Amos Clerrk 
Samuel Kelly 
John Simson 

Ills 

P^benezer x Copp 



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REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Moses Stevens 
Moses Kimball 
Levi Webster 
Jonathan Page 
Joseph Brown 
Job Kent 

Sam^' Brown Juner 
James AVest 
Jacob Currior 
Thomas Wodly 
Tho* Harriman 
Obadiah Wels 



Joseph Noyes 
John Sawyer 
John Harriman 
Joseph Webster 
John Calfe 
Joseph Kimball 
John Kent 
Sam^^ Brown 
Moses Brown 
Sam" Currior 
John Atwood 
Benj Emerson 



The Names of the Persons Refuseing to Sign this Declaration on 
this Paper — 



CajD* William Marshe^ 
Dec" Benj™ Kimbell 
John Muzzey Esq"^ 
John Mills 
Joshua Corliss 
Joseph Kimbell jn^ 
Henery Hilton 
Parker Stevens 
Jesse Johnson 
John Plummer 
Ebenezer Kimbell 



Dc^' Joseph French 
m'' John Hogg 
LeF Edmund morss 
Peter Morss 
Thomos Muzzey 
Stephen March 
William Stevens 
James Shepard 
Caleb Johnson 
Kelley Plummer 



State of Newhampshire Septerab' 10 1776 — 

In Persuance of the Requeste of the Honorabell Committee of 
Safety for the State afores'^ we the Subscribers liave accordingly 
attended the Sarvice and have Presented the Vv'ithin Declaration to 
the Inhabitance of the Town of Hampstead and Desired all male 
Persons there in Directed to Signe there to and after waiteing upon 
Sundry Persons for their Consideration and Determination of their 
Signing there of we have obtained the Grater part of Said Town to 



REVT)LUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



61 



Subscribe there names there to and all those Persons that have Re- 
fused to Signe to Said Declaration after being Repeatiedly Desired 
we Return their Names in a Separate CoUom on this Paper 

John Atwood "j Select men 
Thomas Wodly V for 

Sam^^ Little ) Hampstead 

HAMPTON 



Small moulton 
John moulton 
James Hobbs 
John jNIoulton 6 
John Lamprey 
Edward Shaw 
Oliver Wellington Lane 
Edward B. Moulton 
Benjamin Batchelder 
Jonathan Leavitt 
Shubel Page 
Ebenezer Thayer 
Josiah moulton Junr 
Anthony Emery 
Nathaniel Johnson 
John Lane 
John Johnson 

bis 

Joseph X Garland 

mark 

thomas woodman 
Stephen Page 
Samuel drake 
John Drake Ju' 
Johua Jennes Juner 
Benjamian Page 
Morris Hobbs 



Thomas Leavitt 
John Dow 
John moulton 5 
Samuel Dow 
Josiah jNIoulton 
Samuel Shaw 
Jonathan Moulton Jun^ 
Jonathan Shaw 
Jonathan Sanborn 
Simon Mars ton 
Elisha Towle 
Jon* Moulton 
John Moulton 
Joseph Johnson 
John Batchelder 
Jere'^ Shaw 
Jos. Moulton 
Amos Coffin 
Joshua James 
Thomas Page 
Samuel Drake Ju'' 
Joshua Jennes 
Christo'^ Toppan 
Will" Branscombe 
Abner Page 
Nathan moulton 



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REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Jonathan Lock 
John moulton th'' 
John Tuck 
Jonathan Tucke 
Nathaniel Towle 
Joshua Towle 
Elisha marston 
Carter Batchielder 
Joseph Nay 
Josiah Towl 
George Freese 
Jeremiah Ballofcl 
Jonathan Garland Jun"" 
Jeremiah Towle 
Ephraim marston 
Philip Towle Jun"^ 
Thomas Jenness 
Nathan Brown 
Simon Towle 
Nathan Sanborn 
Hen>' Fifield 
Samuel Brown jun 

mark 

John X Readman 

his 

John Marston 
Andrew Mace 
Jacob Palmer 
James Philbrick 
Nathaniel Lamprey 
Jon"" Dowst 
AVilliam Moulton 
Jeremiah Knowles 
Amos knowles Jun"" 
Zecheriah Brown 
Simon Nudd 



Samuel Page 
James Perkins 
Jonathan Tucke Jun 
Samuel Towle 
Joshua Towl Jun 
Jonathan marston Ju'" 
Amos Towle Juner 
John Nay 

Daniel Philbrick Ju'" 
Joseph Freese 
John daerbon 
Robert Drake Juner 
Nathaniel Dearborn 
Philip Towle 
Winthrop Sanborn 
John moulton Ju' 
Jonathan Marston 
Jere" Marston Jun'" 
Benj: Brown Shaw 
Sam^^ Brown 
John AUaman 
Simon Dow 
James Johnson 
Ephraim Moulton 
Samuel Philbrick 
Gideon Shaw 
Reuben Lamprey 
Joshua Shaw 
Samuel Lock 
Amos Knowles 
John Lamprey Junr 
Thomas Nudd 
Moses Brown 
John Crosbie 
William Lane Jun"" 



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Stephen Fifield 
Simon Lane 
Benja™ Moulton 
Joseph Towle Ju'' 
Josiah mason 
Moses Elkins 
Samuel Blake 
Josiah Lane 
Jonathan Blake 
Abi™ Perkins Towle 
David Monlton 
Henry Elkins 
Nathaniel batchelder 
Abner Sanborn 
Jeremiah Sanborn 
Ezekiel Moulton 
John Sanborn 
John Taylor 
Micajah Morrill 
Joseph Philbrick 
Robert Molten 
Robert Dracke 
Jonathan Godfree 
Samuel Nay 
Edmund Mason 
Joseph Dow 
Jon** Garland 



Amos Towle 
Benjamin Mason 
Jonathan Elkins 
John Towl 
Ebenezer Lane 
Nathan Jilake 
Lemul Towle 
Jethery Blake 
James Towle 
Jonathan Towl 
Philip marston 
Elisha Moulton 
Simon Sanborn 
John Fogg 
Benjamin Tucke 
Henry D Taylor 
John Taylor Jur 
John Philbrick 
Josiah Dearborn 
John Drake 
Ward Lane 
Daniel Lamprey 
Samuel Marston 
William Lane 
John* Ran dell 
Elisha Johnson 
Cotton Ward 



Colony of ) Pursuant to the within Request we the Sub- 

Newhampsh'' ) scribers Select men of Hampton have Desired 
all males within Said Hampton above tw^enty-one years of age (Luna- 
ticks Idiots & Negroes Excepted) to Sign to the Declaration on this 
paper ; and there are that have Refused to Sign the Same (viz) Capt" 
Jeremiah marston & Daniel Philbrick 



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Given under our luinds & Dated at Hampton aforesaid June y' 
4ti> 1776— 



William Lane | 

Joseph Dow 
Josiah Dearbon 
Jonathan Garland 
Cotton Ward 



Select men 

of 
Hampton 



To the Honor" General Assembly or Committee of safety of said 
Colony of New hampshier — 



Jacob Ivice 
thorn as Pope 
Alexander Whitney 
Amos Goold 
Elijah Rice 
Charles Whitcombe 
David Pope 
Eliakim How 
Jonas Alexander 
Asa Putney 
Nath^ Joslyn 
Abel Gibson 
Ezekiel Stone * 

Samuel Farizel 
David Campell 
Thomas Howlett 
James Joslyn 
Joseph Willams 
Ephraim morrill 
Jesse Ross 
Thomas Townsed 
Phinies Ward 
William Clark 



HENNIKER 



Jonas Bowman 
William Powers 
Ebenezer Harthorn 
Ezekiel Smith 
Alexander patters on 
Moses Smith 
Tim° Gibson Jun"^ 
Joseph Lewes 
Joshua Heath 
Sam" Wadsworth 
Francis Withington 
Jacob Whitcomb 
Benjamen Whitcomb 
Reuben Whitcomb 
Uriah Ansden 
Daniel Rice 
James Peters 
John Pviclney 
Otis How 
Eliphelet Colby 
Thomas Stone 
Benj'" Clark 
Isaac Gates 



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65 



timothy Ross 
William Heath 
Stephen Spoldin 



Timothy Gibson 
Jonathan Wood 



Tliose Person Ivefuse to Sign the within Decliration are under 
Whriten 



Joseph Kimball Esq'^ 

Joshua Kimball 

W"' Chabers 

Sa'" Marison 

Ezra Tucker Present Leu*^ 

Josiah Ward Cap 

Serjant Hethe 

Thomas Stone ju 

Benj" Currier 

Moses Powel 

Netheniel Merick 



Willi am K imba 11 
Coro^ Sam" Kimboll 
Aaron Estam 
Noah Gile 
Eben'" Heramon Preasent Ens' 
Moses Huse 
Robard Camball 
James Dusten 
Aaron Adams Cap 
Jon" Basford 
James Stone 



Jonas Bowman 
Sa'" Wads worth 



Selec men 
of Heniker 



HILLSBOROUGPl 



Joseph Symonds 
Archibald Taggart 
Jedidiah Pi'eston 
John Nichols 
William Pope 
John m'Clintok 
Asa Dresser 
Andrew Bixbe 
John Gibson 
John mcCalley 
John Graham 
William taggart 
Benjamin Lovejoy 



Isaac Andrews 
Samuel Preston 
Timothy Bradford 
James taggart 
William Jones Ju'' 
Alexander M^Clintok 
Saml Jones 
William Love 
John mead 
Daniel Gibson 
William Jones 
William Hutcliinson 
Lot Jenison 



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George Booth 



Daniel Rolf 
Samuel Symonds 
Timathy Wilkin s 
Neliemiah Wilkines 



Samuel Bradford 

Jon'*^ Barns 

Jacob Flint 

Daniel m'^neall 
Jonathan Durant Refuses to Sign 

William Pope 
Archibald taggert 



Select men 



Rev*^ Bunker Ga}'^ 
Josiah Wheeler 
Zadock Barit 
offo Burnam 
Robert Grandey 
Stephen Tuttle 
John Barret 
Cap* Thomas Taylor 
John Evans 
Joshua Frost 
Aaron Wright 
Membrance wright 
Asa Flagg 
Micah Rockwood 
Nathanil Smith 
Thomas Stoddard 
John Peacock 
Samuel Brown 

These are the Names of 

James Pirce 
Josiah Butler 
Tho* Rockwood 
Simon Jones 
Aaron Barret 



HINSDALE 

Aaron Coopor 
Icaacs Barit 
Silas Barit 
Samuel Comins 
Uriel Evans 
Moses Barret 
Benajah Geeir 
Jonathan Barrit 
Medad Evans 
Hezekiah Elmer 
William Goss 
Sires [Cyrus] Shattock 
William Flagg 
Oliver Doolittle 
Nathaniel Stearns 
Zeph^' liichmond 
Aaron Puruy 

those that Refuse to Sign the Paj)er 

Tho^ Butler 
Timothy Lad 
Daniel Jones Esq 
Nathen Thomas 
Benjamin P>aeor 



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HOPKINTON 



Richard Carr Rogers 
Joseph Putney 
Joshua Baylej^ 
Oliver Dow 
Benj: B: Darling 
Elijah Fletcher 
Jonathan Straw 
Anthony Colby 

his 

John X Chadwick 

marlc 

Joseph Easman 
william Darling 
Ebenezer Collins 
Jonathan Stanle 
Abner Colby 
Samuel Kimball 
Ezekiel Hadley 
John Clement 
Joseph Stanly 
Elijah Durgin 
John Jewett juner 
Daniel Watson 
Aaron Greeley 
Green french 
Jacob sibley 
Abraham Davis 
Jonathan Chase 
Samuel Hoyt 
Abel Kimball 
Samuel Farington 
David How 
Joshua Morss 
Nathanael morgan 



Abner Gorden 
Peter How 
Jotham How 
moses Kimball 
Aaron kimball 
Stephen Harriman 
James Scales 
Sargent Currier 
Enoch Eastman 
John Putney 
Gideon Gould 
James Smith 
Wm Stanley 
Daniel Stickney 
Adonijah Tyler 
Abraham Rowell 
Daniel Murray 
John Blaisdell 
Benjamin Eastman 
Eliphelet Colby 
Francis Smith 
John Jewett 
moses Jewett 
Ebnezer Rider 
Isaac colby 
Neamiah colbey 
Joseph Flint 
Asa Hildreth 
Jonathan Gorden 
Nathaniel Clement 
Philip Greeley 
Jacob Hoyt 
Timothy Darling 



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REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



David Connor 
Nathan Sargeant 
Moses Emerson 
John thing O Connor 
Nichohxs Colby 
Stephen Hoyt 
John Trussel 
]Moses Gould 
Thomas Bickford 
David Young 
Joseph O Connor 
Thomes webber 
moses Hills 
William petters 
John Darling 
Benjamin Jewett 
Caleb Smart 
Jeremiah Story Ju'" 
Abraham kimball 
John Gage jur 
Samuel Jewett 
Ezekiel Straw 
David Fellows 
Joseph Clark 
Zechariah Story 
David Clough 
Joseph Hovey 
Joseph Barnard 
Samuel Stocker 
William Godfrey 
John AVebber 
Samuel Smith 
Richard Merrill 
Moses Straw 
Richard Webber 



Jacob Straw 

moses Bayley 

Ezra Hoyt 

Matthew Stanley 

Stephen Eastman 

Joseph Story 

John Gage 

INIoses Sanborn 

John George 

Joseph Davis 
Moses Sawyer 
Richard Straw 
Jonathan Quinby 
Josiah Smith 
John Burbank 
Isaac Chandler 
Isaac Fallows 
Joseph Chandler 
Nathaniell Kimball 
Oliver Pearson 
Daniel Cresey 
Daniel Noyes 

lienery french 
Nathan Story 
Jeremiah Story 
Samuel Stanley 
Ephraim Gage (?) 
Samuel Harris 
Peter Sargent 
Moses Connor 
Mark Jewett 
Nathan Kimball 
Josph Judkins 
AVilliam Colby 
Caleb Burbank 



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William Davis 
Thorn* eastnen 
William Scales 
Benjamin Qninby 
Joseph nickels 
James Kimball 
Benjamin Sawyer 
Francis Whittier 
James Clougli 
Samuel Silver 
John Eatton ^ 
Samue'^ Haclley 
Josiah Judkins 



Ruben Kimbell 
Jonatha Quinby 
Jacob Choate 
Samuel Brackenbury 
Oliver Sawyer 
Johnson Gile 
Isaac Davis 
Jonathan Hunt 
Phihp Godfrid Rest 
Joseph Hastings 
Benj^ Wiggin 
Daniel flanders 



The Names on this Paper are those that Refused to Sign to the 
Declaration Sent from the Commitee of Safety to us the Subscribers 

James Smith \ Select Men 
John Clement V for 
Benj'^ Wiggin ) Hopkinton 



Chase wiggan 
James Buswell 
Cristopher gould 
abraham Brown 
Moses Jones 
Eastman Hoit 
Richard Cresey 



Nathaniel Barker 
James Jewett 
Benj Brown 
Nathan gould 
John Jones 
John Currier 
Benj Merril 



HUDSON [NOTTINGHAM WEST] 



Asa Davis 
Jn° Caldwell 
James Caldwell 
James Caldwell Ju'^^ 
William Merril 
James Ford 



David Cumings 
Daniel Wyman 
Alexander Caldwell 
Samuel Calldwell 
Asahel B lodge t 
Abr^ Page 



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REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Seth Wyman 
Henry Huey 
,[ohn Hiiseltine 
Ichabod Esman 
Timothy Emerson jun"^ 
Samuel Was on 
moses Barret 
Thomas Caldwell 
Thomas Wason 
moses Hadley 
Stephen Hadley 
Tho* Searls 
Nicholas Eastman 
John Strickland 
Joseph Wilson 
Samuel moor 
Jonathen Rloget 
Samuel Burbank jur 
Amos kinney 
Timothy Smith 
Kich^' Cutter 
Sanders Bradbury 
Benj* Marshall 
Ebenezer Cumiugs 
Samuel Hills 
Seth Hadly 
Isaac Barret 
Richard Hardy 
Jeremiah Hills 
Richard marshall 
Elijah Hills 
Ezekiel Hills 
William Burns 
Isaac Merril 
John Merril 



John Haseltine J' 
Jonathan Bradley 
Samuel Smith 
Edward Farmer 
Robert Stuart 
Jon*^ Searls 
Joseph Caldwell 
Eliphalet hadly 
Eliphalet Hadley Ju' 
Parrit Hadley 
John Campbell 
David Glover 
Page Smith 
Timothy Emerson 
Joseph Gould 
Stphen Chase 
Samuel Burbank 
Samuel Dow 
Nath^ Hardy 
Amos pollard 
Nathel Davis 
Samuel marsh 
Eleazar Cumings 
Daniel Hardy 
Philip Hills 
Simeon Barret 
olliver Hills 
Joseph Pollard 
William Hills 
Thomas marsh 
Thomas Hills 
Peter Cross 
Natha^^ Merril ,Iur 
Samuel Durent 
Abel INIerril 



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Justus Dakin 
Joshua Chase 
Stephen Lowel Juner 
Moses Johnson 
Samuel French 
Sam^ Greele 
Joseph Blodget 
Joseph Winn Junr 
Jermiah phjget [Blodgett] 
Abiathar Winn 
Ezekiel Chase 
John polord 
Stephen Chase Jr 
Samuel Burbank 
Ebenezer Dakin 
Heneiy Hale Junr 
John Hale 
James wason 
Tho« Hamblet 



Samuel Pollerd 
Stephen Gouch 
Benja Whitemore 
Nath' Merril 
George Burns Jur 
Sam^ Greele Ju' 
Joseph winn 
obenezer polord 
Timothey polord 
Jonathan Hardy Juner 
John Walker 
Nathel merril Ters 
John Pollard Jr 
George Burns 
Levi Dakin 
Henery Hale 
Andrew Seavey 
David tarble 



In Obedience to the Within Request we have Desired all the 
Persons Prefer'^ therein to Sign & find none to Refuse Except Cap* 
Joseph Killy 

Samuel INIarsh 'J Selectmen 

Jn" Caldwell I of 

William Burns j Nottingham West 

Dated at Nottinghamwest 

this 3'^^ Day of June A D 1776 



KEENE 



Tho* Frink 
Eliph* Briggs J'" 
Joseph Blake 
Dan Guild 



Nathan Blake 
Josiah Richardson 
Daniel Kingsbury 
Eli metcalf 



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REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Icliabod Fisher 
Isaac Wyman 
Ephraim Dorman 
Andrew Balch 
Tho^ Baker 
Joseph Ellis 
David Nims 
Benj. Archer Juner 
Eliphalet Briggs 
Nath' Briggs 
Uriah Willson 
David Foster J'' 
Gideon Tiftany 
Michael Metcalf 
Gideon Ellis Ju'^ 
Abraham Wheeler 
Joshua Osgood 
Reuben Daniels 
Cephas Clark 
Timothy Ellis Jur 
Caleb Ellis 
Davis Howlett 
Benjamin Willis 
John Balch 
Henry Ellis 
Seth Heaton Ju'" 
Benjamin Osgood 
Daniel Willson 
David Harris 
Zadock Nims 
Bartholomew Grimes 
Benj'^ P>alch 
John Dickson 
Al)raham Wheeler ju 
John Houghton 



Thomas AVilder 

David Foster 

Seth Heaton 

Gideon EUis 

Benj"' Archer 

Simeon Washburn 

Elisha Briggs 

Sam^i ^Yood 

Elijah Blake 

John LeBourveau 

Timothy Ellis 

Jessey Hall 
Jesse Clark 
David Nims jr 
W"' Ellis 

Nathaniel Kingsbury 
Reuben Partridge 
Eben'' Carpenter 
Eliakim Nims 
Joseph willson 
Timothy Ellis y*" 3d 
Sam'' Chapman 
Abijah Metcalf 
Luther Bragg 
Josiah EUis 
Ebenezer Newton 
Ezra Harvey 
Obadiah Blake J^ 
Isaac Clark 
David Willson 
Ebenezer Day 
Naboth Bettison 
James AV right 
Silas Cook 
Nathan Rugg 



liEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



7a 



Nathan Blake juiior 
Stephen Larrabe 
Ebenezer Cook 
Jotham Metcalf 
Simeon Clark ju'' 
Asahel Blake 
Jedidiah Wellman 
Simeon Ellis 
James Crosfield 
Tho« Baker J'' 
Achilles Mansfield 
William gray 
John Daniels 
Jedidiah Carpenter 
Adin Holbrook 
Jer Stiles 
Jonathan Archer 
Silas French 
Benja Willord 
John Day 
Isaac Estey 
Thomas dwinell 
Abijah Wilder 
Daniel Snow 
Israel Houghton 
Asaph Nichols 
Tho^ Fields 
Benjamin Tiffany 



Rob*^ Spencer 
Joshua Ellis 
Moses Mash 
Benj'^ Ellis 
Sam^ Bassit 
Jonathan Heaton 
Benj'^ Ellis 
Joseph Ellis J'' 
Tho« Wells 
Royal Blake 
Aaron gray J'' 
Samuel Daniels 
William Goodenogh 
Hezekiah Man 
Sami Hall 
Abithar Pond 
Eliph' Carpentor 
Jacob Town 
Peter Rice 
Jonathan Dwinell 
John Colleney 
Zadok Wheeler 
William Nelson 
William woods 
Elisha Ellis 
Michael Sprought 
James Eddy 



Agreable to the within Directions we have Requested all in this 
Town to Sign as herein Sett forth and hereto Anext the Names of all 
those who Refuse to Sign the within Declaration Vi^ Maj'' Josiah 
Willard, L* Benjamin Halle, Doc'' Josiah Pomroy, Samuel Wads- 
worth, Robert Gilmore, John White, Elezer Sangor, Abner Sangor, 



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Thoinas Cutter, James Perkins, Benjamin Ozgood, Jun'" John Swan, 

James Hunt 

Eliplialet liriggs J'' I Sellect men 
Josiali Richardson of the 





Joseph Blake ' Town of 




Daniel Kingsbury j Keene 




KENSINGTON 


Jonathan pirkins 


Benj'^ Prescott 


odlin Prescott 


Simon Prescutt 


Aaron Page 


moses Blake 


liichard Sandboun 


Israel X Hodgdon Ids mark 


Peter Hodgdon 


Caleb Shaw 


Israel James 


Eben' Potter 


Eben^- Clifford 


Benjamin Rowe 


Joseph Hillard 


John Melcher 


Edward melcher 


Wintrop Rowe 


Benjamin Powe Jun' 


Joseph Tilton 


Elijah Tilton 


Samuel Tucke 


Philemon Blake Jr 


Jonathan Rowe 


Samuel Prescutt 


David Stuard 


Jeremiah Fellows 


Jeremiah Fellows Jun"" 


James Fogg 


John Bachelder 


Benjamin Moulton 


John Page 


David James 


John Page jr 


Joseph Fogg- 


William Fogg 


Jeremiah Fogg 


Jesse Tucke 


David Smith 


Abraliam Sambun 


Joseph Wadleigh 


Nath'i Healey 


Jon* Prescott 


Paul Blacke 


John Lane 


henry Sanbun 


Jeremiah liachelder 


Abraham Prescutt 


Tlieo])hilus Sanborn 


James Sanborn 


Benjamin James 


John Tilton 


Sherburne Tilton 


Uenjamin Tilton 



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75 



Benjamin Melclier 
Moses Sanborn 
Jo Chase llillard 
Joseph Bachelder 
Philemon Blacke 
Stephen Page 
Simon Page 
Jonathan Flanders 
Benj-' Brown 
Robert Pike 
Joseph Brown J' 
Enoch wovthen 
Jabez Dow 
Stephen Brown Jr 
Josej)h Clifford 
John Graves 
Samuel Dearbon 
Jon* Brown 
henery Lampre 
Nath'^i Dow 
Moses Shaw 
David Shaw 
Joseph Powe 
Marston Prescott 
Eiihu Shaw 
Hesekiah Blake 
Benjamin Dow 
Elisha Blake Jinier 
Ephraim Easman 
Stej)hen Brown 
Abraham Gove 
Josiah Batchelder 



James Sanborn 
William Brown 
Benjamin James Junr 
Joseph Wodleigh 3 
Timothy Blake Lock 
Joseph Dow 
philbrick palmer 
Nathan Dearbon 
David brown 
Benjamin Eastman 
Ezekiel worthen 
Nathaniel Weare 
Nathan Dow 
Joseph Brown 
Samuel Clifford 
Jonathan Palmer 
Samuel Lampery 
Josiah Dow 
Jonathan Dow 
Jonathan Ward 
jNloses Shaw Jun"^ 
Joseph Shaw^ 
Jolni James 
lulward Lock 
Natlian Shaw 
Elisha Blake 
Jeremiah Dearbon 
Josiah Brown 
Ebenezer Loveren 
Nathaniel Ward 
Nathaniel gove 
Isaac Fellows 

Nathaniel gow ] Select men 

Josiah Batchelder >- of 

Isaac Fellows ) Kensington 



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these under Written names are those Who Refused to sign to the 
Declartion given forth By the congress or coramitty of Safty 



theophilns Page 
George Conner 
Nathaniel Cliase 
obadiah Johnson 
Elihu Chase 
John Chase 
Jonathan green 
Stephen green 



Nathan Page 
Nathan Chase 
obadiah gove 
Jonathan Purinton 
Elihn Chase Jr 
Stephen Chase 
John o-reen 



So Far is Quakers as these two collums and What is to Corue your 
honours may Call What you please 



Joseph Wadleigh Jr 
Jeremiah tilton 
Stephen fogg 



John Huntoon Jun 
Willet Peterson 
Benjamin Judkins 
Philbrick Huntoon 
Richard Hubbard 
Simmons Seccomb 
Thomas Elkins 
Abraham Sanborn 
Benjamin Huntoon 
Josiah Bartlett 
Eben'' Stevens 
Abraham French 
Richard Sleeper 
Thomas Elkins Junr 
Tristram Quinby 
William Patten 



Caleb Brown 
Jonathan tilton 



KINGSTON 



Jon'^ Procter 
Nathan Sweat 
Daniel Colcord 
Samuel Colcord 
Ebenezer P^astmen 
Josepli Calfe 
William Saborn 
Isaac Sanborn 
James Procter 
Elisha Sweat 
John Pearson 
Jacob Hook 
Solomon Wheeler 
Aaron young junr 
Mich" Carew 
Joseph Nichols 



EEVOLUTIONAKY DOCUMENTS 



77 



Henry french 
John darling sweat 
John Calef 
John Lad 
John Judkins 
John Judkms Jun' 
Amos Gale 
Jethro Sanborn 
Henry Judkins 
Joseph Clafford 
Samuel Fifield 
Peter Fifield 
David Kelly 
Thomas Procter 
John French 
Joseph Woodman 
Sam" Buswell 
Samuel Sweat 
Joshua Bartlett Jan' 
Benj'* Cooper 
daniel smith 
David French 
William Tande 
Joseph Judkins 
Samuel Woodman 
Stephen Badger 
William Sleeper 
Jeremiah Bean 
Stephen Tongue 
Benjamin Lad 
John Clifford j' 
Sanders Carr 
Jolni Thorn 
Joshua Woodman 
Benj'' Tucker 



Benjamin Sweat 
Stephen Clifford 
David Sambon 
Samul French 
John Calef Juner 
Ebenezer Long 
Ebenezer Fifield 
Caleb Judkins 
Benjamin Stevens 
Jonathan Sanborn 
Sam^ Philbrick 
Gorge Pitcher 
Nathaniel garland 
Gideon (leorge 
Beainjman Sleeper 
Eben"" Stevens j'' 
Ebenezer Griffing 
Edward Sleeper 
Reuben Lowell 
Jacob Webster 
Beainjman Sanborn 
Timothy Sanborn 

Benjman 

Jonathan Colens 
timothy quimby 
Jacob Smith 
Peter Sanborn 
Benjamin Lavrien 
Joshua P)artlet 
Stephen Sweat 
Benjamin C lough 
James Thorn 
Corneliush Clough 
Amos Burman 
John Newton 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



James Colbey 
Sam" Thompson 
John Bartlet 
Nathan Bartlet Jun'' 
Thomas Sever Jun"^ 
Webster Davis 
Jacob Carter Jun'' 
Henery Hunt 
Stephen Stuert 
John Severance 
Moses Hunt 
John Stevens 
Moses carter 
Peaslee Hoyt 
Benoni eaton 
Thomas Carter 
Richard Hubbard J'' 
Jacob Pesly 
Caleb sever 
John B Sleeper 
Jacob Thorn 
Timothy Bartlet 
John Singleton 
Bennet Greenfield 
Daniel Busel 
Sam" Winslow 



Ralph Blasdel 
Thomas Thompson 
Eben^' Bartlet 
Thomas Sever 
Phillip Davis 
Jacob Carter 
Jeremiah Jolmson 
Jonatlmn Pallerd 
Joseph welch 
Jonathan Sanborn Junr 
Ebenezer Watson 
Jonathan Sleeper 
William Collins 
wellam Challes 
Aaron young 
Benjamin Webster 
James Nase [Noyes] 
Joseph Fellows 
John Sleeper 
John Winslow 
Sam" Davis • 

William Calfe 
Biley hardie 
John Noyes 
Jacob Winsle 



Agreeable to the Directions of the Uon^'^^ Committee of Safety of 
this Colony we have Requested Each Inhabitaut of This Town to 
Sio-n to the within Declaration & hereunto Return the Names of 
those that have Sign'd as wdthin also those that have not & Refuse 
to Sign who are as follows viz 

James Caruth a Scotch man Declines obliging himselfe to take up 
Arms against his Native Country but Declares he will neaver take 
up Arms against America & is willing to bear his Proportion of the 
publick taxes with his Townsmen 



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79 



Moses Welch Refuses to take up arms & pleads Concience for an 
Excuse 

Hezekiah Beedy John Sanborn 

John Clefford Fifield Ens Isaac Webster 

John Webster Reuben Davise 

Sam^^ Severance Thomas Merrill 

John Tucker Ephraim Winslow 

John Eastman John Oilman 

these Persons Appear to be fearful that the Signing- this Declara- 
tion would in some measure be an Infringement on their Just Rights 
& Libertys but they Appear to be Friendly to their Country & Sev- 
eral of them have Ventured their Lives in the American Cause & the 
3 last named Persons are now in the Army 

Sep* y*^ 23'^ 1776 

Eben'" Eastmen \ Select men 
Richard Hubbard > of 
Simmons Seccomb J Kingstown 

LEBANON 



John Wheatley 
John Baldwin 
Jonathan Dana 
William Dana 
James Jones 
Jesse Cook 
Benjamin Write 
Nathaniel Hall 
Silas Waterman 
Joseph Wood 
John Colburn 
Walter Peck 
Asa Colburn 
Stephen Colburn 



John Slapp 
Sam^^ Bailey 
Eliezer Robinson 
Hezekiah Waters 
John Oray 
Sam Estabrook 
Hobart Estabrook 
Jonathan Bingham 
Jedidiah Hebbard 
Wm Rudman 
Nath*^^ Wheatley 
Zaccheus Downer 
Cons'' Storrs 
John Williams 



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Isaiah Potter 
Elijah Dewey j'" 
Joseph Tilden Jn' 
Daniel Housfh 
Daniel Bliss 
Charles Tilden 
James Hartshorn 
Azariah Bliss jnner 
John Ordvvay 
liufus Baldwin 
Nat' Porter Junr 
Phinehas Wright 
Barnabas Perkins 
Levi Hyde 
Theophelus Bay brick 
Nathniel Kidder 
Moses Hebard 
Benj"' Fuller 
Lemuel Hough 
Isaiah Bliss 
Sameul millino-ton 
Henry Woodward 
Nathan Durkee 
Charles Seiton 
William downe Jun 
Joseph Martin 
Ebenezer Bliss 
Jonathan liettes 
Sluman Latlirop 
Joseph Dana 



Samuel Paine 
Huckens Storrs 
Elkanah Sprague 
Sam'' Bailey Junr 
Joseph Tilden 
Oliver Griswold 
Azariah Bliss 
Stephen Bliss 
Nehemiah Estabrook 
Nathaniel Porter 
Elijah Dewey 
William Downr 
James Hebard 
Elias Lyman 
Eliezer Wood\\'ard 
David Colburn 
Jeremiah Griswold 
James Fuller 
Elisha Ticknor 
Nathaniel Storrs 
Solomon millington 
John Griswold 
Sam" Sprague 
John Slapp J' 
Zalmon Aspen wall 
Abel Wright 
Tho^ Welles 
John Hyde 
Abiel Willes 



Lebanon July 4th 177G 
These may Certifie that the Within Resolve &c. has been Presented 
to all tlie Inliabitants of Said Lebanon In manner and form as Pe^ 



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81 



quested, who have freely & Chearfully affixed their Several Names 
thereto There not being one Dissentient therefrom in Said Lebanon- 



Test 



Neh" Estabrook 
Jn^ Wheatley 
John Slapp 



Select ]\Ien 



LEE 



Elijah Densmore 
Bennan Jackson 
Samnel P^merson 
Joshua I^urnam 
Joseph Sias 
Joshua woodman 
Philbrok Barker 
Samnel hill 
Corniles Denmore 
E Jones Jun' 
Isaac Small 
Josiah Dergien 
Benjamin Durgin 
Jonathan Runals 
Job Runels Juner 
AVilliam Goen 
Dimond fnrnald 
Samuel Langmaid 
Lemuel Chesley 
Benj'' Clark 
Benjamin Jones 
Isaac Clark 
James lirackett 
Gideon Mathes 
Gerge Chale [Chesley] 
Zebelen Wiley 
iMicajah Bickford 



Samuel Jackson 
John Emerson 
'Josliua Burnam 
Steven Wills 
William french 
Elesor A\'atson 
Moses Kunals 
Kuel Giles 
Job Runals 
Jonathan Dow 
Peter Folsom 
Miles Randel 
John Sanborn 
Zaccheus Cloug-h 
Enoch Kunels 
Ephm Sherborne 
Richard Hull 
Ebenezer Jones 
John Jones 
George Jones 
Smith Emerson 
Simon Rendel 
Stephen Stevens 
Danel Chele [Chesley] 
thmes arlen 
timthey Muncy 
Daniel Shaw 



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Amos furnekl 
Robert Parker 
H unking Dame 
Ebenezer Randel 
Ebeneser Burnnum 
Jose})h Follet 
Samuel Bickford 
William way moth 
(xeorge Duch 
Samuel Watson 
Dennet Waymoth 
-losiah kinnisone 
John Putnam 
John Davis 
Andrew Watson 
Thomas Tuffts 
Jams Davis 
John Davis 
Henry Tufts 
lienry Tufts junr 
Xicheless Tuttle 
.Eliphalet York 
Nathanael Stevens 
Samuel Durgin 
Reuben Hill 
Josiah Bartlet 
Jonathan Thompson 
AVilliam Bly 
Samuel Smith 
jN'Iatthias Jones 
Joseph Jones 
Ezekiel wille 
John Laethers 
John Williams 
Btnamin Bradv 



Edweard Scales 
John Mendum 
John follett 
P^li Furbur 
Joseph Brackett 
Samuel Steivens 
Jonatlian fisk 
George Tuttle 
James Watson 
Timothy Moses 
John kinneson 
william gleden 
anthony fling 
Clement da vis 
thomes tuttle 
Samuel Burley 
Jeremiah Hutchings 
Nathaniel frost 
Jonathan Stvenes 
thomes york 
Robert York 
Daved Davis 
William Stevens 
Joseph watson 
Sani^' Hutchins 
Moses Dame 
Samuel Mathes 
Samuel Langley 
Nicolas meder 
Benj Jones 
Solomon Thompson 
Edward Leathers 
Joseph doe 
John Layn 
Thomas Huckins j' 



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83 



Elijah Fox 
James Clemens 
lienajman Bodge 
mr Samuel Bodge 
I'^dward hill 
Ezekiel wille 
Samuel Woodman 
Thomas Hunt 
Samuel wille 
Samuel Snell 



John wiggin 
John sias 
marke meder 
John Glover 
thomes Wille 
thomas Noble 
Edward woodman 
Josiah Burleigh 
Joseph Pitman 
Thomas Langly Jun'' 



These men hereafter Named in the Parish of Lee Refuse to Sign 
the Assocation Sent to us from the General Court by order of the 
Continentiel Congress 



Robert Thompson 
William Jenkins 
Charles Rundlet 
James Bunker 
David Muncey 
William Colwell 
Richard Glover 



Oliver Booth 
Joseph Wood 
Phinehas Abell 
Elijah Bingham 
Prijah Brainerd 
Timoth Nichols 
Allen Willey 
Elijah Frink 
l)enjamin Abell 



Joseph Cartlin 
William Jenkins Ju'' 
Joseph Meder 
Samuel Lamas 
John Snell 
Joseph Emerson 
Aaron Hanson 



Ichabod Whidden 
William l^askey 



Selectman 
of Lee 



LE^H^STER 



William Cary 
David Willey 
liCuben Bingham 
Samuel Nichols 
Asaph Brainerd 
Sbubael Brainerd 
Jabez Beckwith 
Thomas Schophel 
Frederick Abell 



84 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Thomas Scliophel Jim' 
Silas Bingham 
John Tcikhis 



Samuel Roundye 
Freegrace Booth 
William Story 

Uzel Hurd ] ^, , 

,„.,,. ^, Select men 

William Cary V 

Elijah Bingham ) 



of Ijeinstei' 



LONDONDERRY. 



William Gregg 
John Pinkerton 
l^enjamin Cheney 
James Paul 
Robert Willson 
John Moor 
Thomas Taggart 
James Cochran Jiiner 
John Bailey 
Rob* :M'Neill 
William Dutty 
Joseph Gregg 
John Greg- 
William Aexander 
D M^^Gregore 
George Russel 
Stephen Holland 
Nathan stinson 
Jolm Prentice 
James Alexander 
Mo' Barnett 
Alexd' M'Collam 
Robert Wallace 
Robert macordy 
John patton 
James Wallace 
allex*^'' Crage 



Hugh Montgomery 
Moses Lankester 
David Clendinin 
John Cochran 
Timothy Faver 
John Aiken 
John Nesmith 
James ]M'(iregore 
John (iilman 
Arthur Archibald 
Matthew Thornton 
George Duncan Jun' 
Benjamin Gregg- 
Isaac l^eabody 
Daniel Rundals 
William Vance 
David Craige 
James Cochran 
Mathew ^Miller 
John Vance 
Adam Wiar 
Thomas M'Cleary 
John Robison 
Sam' Dickey 
John Holms 
Robrt Gilmore 
Thomas willson 



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85 



aiidrew Cleiidinin 
Samuel morison 
James Nickols 
Thomas Patterson 
Adam Dunlap 
Robert ^Nloor 
David Anderson 
David Taylor 
Samuel Marsh 
Jonathan Gillmor 
George mansfield 
James Humphry Ju^' 
John Tylor 
John Marsh 
thomaes andersn 
Matthew Clark 
John Barnet 
John Barnet Jun' 
John Gunson 
Samuel Taylor 
W"' Duncan 
John Cox 
John Creaig 
Samuel Anderson 
James Adams 
Robert Adams 
James Nesmith Ju'" 
Samuel Clark 
James Donaldson 
David M'^keen 
David Paul 
Sam" Wilson 
Samuell Gregg 
fxeorg Duncan 
John Duncan 



John Steel 
Thos morison 
Robert Holms 
Will'" Davidson 
Rob* Smith 
Samuel gregg 
Jolm Hopkins 
Rob^ morrison 
Jonathan Kelso 
John annes 
Robert m*"Farland 
william Tylor 
Wm: Cunningham 
thomas creage 
Isaac Brewster 
John Hiland 
James Anderson 
Adam Taylor 
John Bell 
Abraham Duncan 
Rob' Morison 
James Taggart 
Samuel Anderson 
James Nesmitli 
Archibald INIaek 
James Miltmor 
James Ewins 
William Rogers 
John Wallace 
Samuel Ghrims 
James Dinsmoor 
John m'keen 
Samuel Fisher 
James anderson 
Rob* Archibald 



86 



REVOLUTIONAKY DOCUMENTS 



Ja* Hopkins 
John Hunter 
Jonathan Walhice 
James Adams Ju' 
James Anderson 
Joseph Mack 
Robert Craige 
Thomas Holms 
Ephraim Dimond 
John Patterson 
Tho« Wallace Ju^ 
John J\rClurg » 
Robert Dickey 
Elias Smith 
Humphrey Holt 
archebald m'Calaster 
Robert Thomson 
Isaac Walker 
Andrew todd 
David Brewster 
James jNIacmurphy 
John M'Intosh 
Samuel Moreson 
Samuel Alls 
Hugh Watt 
Jerediah Patee 
James Willson 
John Ducky 
(xorg Corning 
George m'^Allaster 
Robert m''clur 
Sam^^ Wallace 
Robert Boyes 
Thorn M*=Cleary 
William Page 



James Miltimor 
David Pinkerton 
Thomas Rogers 
William Anderson 
Josiah Duncan 
John iVr'Alester 
David nVcleary 
John Anderson 
Alex"''' Boyd 
James Barnett 
Samuel morison Jun 
Joseph Chapman 
Jolm marshall 
andrew mack 
Andrew todd 
John Thomjjson 
Sam'' Thomson 
Robert JM'Colom 
James Adams 
James Alexander 
Rob* M^]\Iurphy J' 
jNIathew Pinkerton 
Alexander Craig 
Archibald MacMurphy 
Samuell willson 
Adam Dickey 
James Boyes 
Samuel White 
Mat^^' Dickey 
John Karr 
John Giles 
James Thompson 
Jacob Chas 
Nath' Smith 
James Cochran 



REVOLUTION APvY DOCUMENTS 



87 



Joseph Bell 
John jM'adams 
Samuel Bois 
moses watt 
John watts 
James Lyons 
Francis Mitchell 
Hugh K alley 
Rob^ Clndinin 
Nicholas Dodge 
Henry Campbel 
Thomas Wallace 
George m'murphy 
Joseph Cochran 
Will'" Ranken 
Jolni Hunter 
Thomas Wilson 
Nathaniel Brown 
John Clark 
ffohn Ramsey 
Willam Cochran 
James Crombie 
Thomas Lennon 
Eleaser Cnmings 
Samuel Eyers 
Jonathan Reed 
John Clark 
Josiah Jones 
Thomas Senter 
AVilliam Alaxander 
Ezekiel Grele 
Daniel iSIarshall 
Josej)h Hobbs 
Stephen Dwinell 
Jabes Town 



John m'^Clenche 
Joseph Boys 
Joseph Hogg 
Thomas Hilands 
James Hogg 
Ser W" Johnston 
Peter Kalley 
William Wier 
John Dwinell 
David Porter 
James Wallace 
Will'"- Wallace 
Samuell Renkin 
James Ramsey 
Daniel Hunter 
Jesse Plumer 
Jonathan Adams 
W"' Eayrs 
William Ramsey 
John Ramsey 
Jn" Crombie 
Simeon Roberson 
Ebeneser Tarl)ox 
Reuben Page 
Joseph Finlay 
Samul Topson 
Joseph Curtice 
William Richardson 
James Darrah 
Nathaniel Hals 
Benjamin Kidder 
Elijah Towns 
William moor 
John March 
James Gregg 



88 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Sam'' Sentei- 

William Boyd 

Joshua Coiiet 

Sam'' KaiT 

Samuel JNPAdams 

Thomas Boyd 

William Steel 

Robert M^'Adams 

David Pebody 

George Buorroghs 

Philip Marshal 

Richard Marshall 

James Barret 

Josiah Burrouofhs 

Moses Barret 

William Hood 

Robort ondrson 

Samuel Miller 

John Jaques 
trueworthy Sargent 
thomas Perrin 
Robert Cochran 
Arthur Boyd 
David Connelly 
John Stewart 
Alexander Robison 
george orr 
moses rowel 
James Cheney 
Alexander Kelsey 
Daniel Cheney 
John Kinkead 
Stephen Johnson 
Samuel Dodge 
Alexander Campbell 



Abel Plummer 

William Dickej- 

William Eayers 

AVilliam Dicky 

Peter Robinson 

William M'Adams 

John Robison 

Joseph Steel 

Isaac Page 

David Lawrance 

De Samson kidder 

John Smith 

William Burroughs 

David Campbel 

William Grimes 

Sam" Cochran 

John Duncan 

John Pinkerton 
Jesse anis 

Thomas Mitcliel 

Joseph morison Juner 

Chelas Sargent 
Parker mooers 
Thomas Stuart 
Robert M'keen 
Smieon morrill 
Barns ]\forrill 
David Davison 
David Colbey 
Charles Sargent 
Abraham Page 
William Gray 
William Parkinson 
Denis healey 
weanslo Plumer 



r.EVOLUTIONAKY DOCUMENTS 



89 



llobert Wallac 
James miller 
John karr 
James m^gregore 
John Archibald 
william morison 
William Smith 
Daniel m'^Duffee 
Jvobert MacMurphy 
George Davidson 
allex'i'^ Clark 
Daniel m'^Neill 
Robert Boyed 
Jacob Fowle 
John Alexander 
William miltimer 
John Nesmith 
Isaac Cochran 
James Eayers 
John moore 
Huffh Dunshe 



John Stinson 
Robert Hunter 
James Litch 
George moor 
William (nrilmore 
John Livingston 
Thomas Cristy 
Jacob Bartlett 
David C'olby 
W"' Parker 
James Vance 
Robert Boyd Juner 
John Wadile 
Richard Emerson 
Rob*^ Hopkins 
George Gregg 
James Willson 
John M'^Duffee 
Sam White 
John Humphrey 
Sam^^ Allison 



Londonderry June y*" 29"' 177 (> 

To the Hon^''" Housse of Representiteves for the Collony of New- 
hampshire — 

Agreable to the Request of the Hon^'^'' Committee of Sefty for 

this Colony, we have taken pains to go through with the assosiation 

papper, and we find none who Refuses to Sign the Same Except the 

parsons hereafter mantioned viz Timothy Dawson, Alexander Nic- 

oles, Joseph Morison, Abraham Morison, William Homphry, David 

Morison, Samuel Ella, Doc* George Wood, John Holms, Liu' to A 

Minet Company, John Reed, John Moor, Robert Moor, James Coch- 

ron, Samuel Clark, John Stewert. 

By order of the Selectmen 

^, ^, / Select 

Tho« laggart^ Clerk 



90 



KFA'OLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



LOUDON 



John Glines 
Tiiiiotliy Tilton 
Samuel Gates 
Josiali Rins 
Thomas Sweat 
Thomas Ward 
Gashom JNIathes 
moses morriell 
Nathaniel l^achellor 
John Bradbury 
Jonathan Smith 
Benjamin Sias 
Joseph magoon 
Dudley Swasey 
Samuel Chamberlain 
Paul morriel 
Samuel morrill 
Jathro Bachelder Jun' 
Thomas drake 
Moses Rollings 
Joseph Smith 
Abraham Bachelder 
Nathan Bachelder 
Joseph Tilton 
Ephraim Blunt 
James Sherbon 
Jacob Sherburne 
William Davis 
Ezekiel Morrill 
Lebe bachelder 
Isaiah havery 
John Hoit 
Moses ordway 
olliver Blasdel 
peter Jordn 



Charles Sias 

Samuel french 

William Tilton 

Stephen wells 

Benjmin wille X 

Eliphalet Rawlige 

Abel french 

Ebenezer French 

Caleb Pilsbery 

Timothy french 

John Sargent 

Jonathan Clough 

Isaac morrill 

Thomas INIagoon His mark 

Jethro Bchelder 

Epheaim Blunt ji- 

Maston INIorrill 

Daniel Ladd 

James Gilman Lyford 

AV" Gilman Ju' 

Roger Stevens 

John Drew 

John Sanborn 

Nathaniel Tebbets 

Moses Pilsbury 

William boynton 

Ellxandor (iorden 

Simeon Taylor 

George Sherburne 

Abihail Chamberlain 

Samuel Chamberlain 

daniel Bachelder 

Joseph Moulton 

Jacob towle 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



91 



Loudon June 3 1776 
agreeabel to within Instrument wliaras we liaf Carried this Instre- 
ment to the Inhabatints of Loudon thay haf all tSigned Savin one or 
two that lived very niucli out of the way 

Nathan Bachelder \ 

John Drew I Slet men 

Samuel Chamberlain j 

MANCHESTER [DERRYP^IELD] 



John Hall 
Thomas Newman 
David Me rill 
william m''Clintok 
John Goffe 
Samuel JNIoor 
Alex"^ MacMurphy 
Charles Emerson 
Benjamin Crombie 
Ezekiel Stevens 
William Nutt 
John harvey 
George G re ah am 
William Gambell 
Abraham merrill 
Jonathan merrill 
Moses merrill 
John Russ 
Samuel Stark 
Jesse Baker 
James m'liight 
theoffles grifen 
Joseph griffen 
Hugh Thomson 



William Parham 
Ebenezer Stevens 
Daniel Hall 
John Dickey 
John Rand 
Robert Cunningham 
Samuel Boyd 
nicheall m'^Clintok • 
David Starret 
John Parham 
Benj"^ Baker 
William parham 
Simon Lull 
James peirse 
Abraham merrill 
John Ray 
Nathaniel Boyd 
Robert Clark 
Joseph George 
James Gorman 
John Grifen 
moses Crombey 
Joseph farmer 



92 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Colony of New Hampshire Denytield June the 1"' Day 1776 
to the Hon: M: Weave Chear Man this is to Certifi that We 
the Subscribers has Presanted the Within Declaration to the Inhab- 
itants of Said Town and they Have all Signed Said Declaration. 
Which We in our Judgment thought had a right to Sign the Same. 

Certified by us & 

David Starret ) ^^^^^^ 

Ezekiel Stevens 
John Parham 



1 



Men . 



MARLBOROUGH 

Benj'^ Tucker 
Tho* Riggs 
Eliph'^ Stone 
Phinehas Park 
David Wheeler 
Richard Tozer 
Daniel Goodenow 
Ruben Ward 
Abel Woodward 
Bennedeictk webber 
John M'brid 
Joseph Cutting- 
Joseph Collines 
Isaac M' Allester 
Ebenezer Hixson 
Stephen Woodard 
Oliver Wright 
William Adams 
William Tenny 
Ebenezer Roads 
Solomon woo(h^■ard 
David Dufur 
Jonathan goodenow 
David Thurston 
Robart Converse 
Theodore Mann 



[MONADNOCK No. 5] 

Jonathan Frost 
Abijah Tucker 
Benoni Robbins 
Silas Fife 
John Felton 
Daniel Emerson 
Thaddues Hastings 
Elnathan newton 
Benjamin Goodenow 
Samuel Bishop 
Daniel Collins 
James Lewes 
James field 
Timothy Biemies 
John Tozer 
moses tucker 
Jonah Harrington 
Jedediah Tayntor 
Richard Robbards 
J a® Brewer 
James Flood 

his 

Abraham X Brooks 

mark 

Daniel Cutting- 
Jacob Newell 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



93 



monadnock No five July je 9'" 177G 
111 obedaiice to tlie with in Riten we have ofered the same to all 
our inhabetints and they have all sined Excepting those whose Names 
are heare under Riten 

William liarkor Richard Atwell 

Jonathan shaw Icabord shaw 

Daniel Larrance 

Benj'^ Tucker ^ select men of 
Tho« Rig-gs [> monadnock 
Elisha Stone J No five 

MEREDITH 



Ebenezer Smith 
Nicholas Carr Folshani 
John Whitcher 
Abraham Swain 
Abraham Folsom 
Jonathan Smith 
Jonathan Danford 
Pearson Smith 
James M'Crilles 
Oieorg Bean 
Samuel Sibley 
Jonathan Clark 
Sam'^ forrey 
Gideon Robinson 
Samuel Carr 
Benjamin Sincler 
lliomas dockam 
John dockham 
Elias Swain 
thomas sinclear 
James Quemby 
thomas foster 
John Sweasy jtm'' 
Thomas frohock 



John Folsham 
John Kimbel 
Pliilip Connor 
Joseph Roberds 
Joshua C 'rocket 
William mead 
David watson 
Nathaniel Robinson 
reuben marston j'' 
Job Judkins 
Jonathan Edgerlv 
Samuel Shepard 
Robert Bryant 
John Mead 
Ebenezer pitman 
(iordan Lawrance 
Benjamin Mead 
Onesiphorus Flanders 
lieuben marston 
Isaac farrar 
Chas Robinson 
Jonathan Crosbe 
Jienjamin Sweazy 
Daniel merriell 



94 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUIMENTS 



NELSON 

Aaron Beel 
William Beal 
Richard Farwell 
Nath'^ Breed 
Joel Wight 
Timothy Farley 
Joseph Stanhope 
John Spinney 
rJohn French 
Philip Bailash 
James Phillips 
Henry Bemies 
Benjmin nurse Juner 
John farwell 
Nathanael Breed jur 
Noah Day 
David Marshall 
Samuel X Everit 
Reuben Wellman 



[PACKERSFIELD] 

Absolom fairwil 
Joseph Mason 
Amos Skinner 
Abijah Brown 
William Follet 
James Bancroft 
Eleazer Twitchel 
B en j amen Nurs 
John newhall 
John Adams 
Jonathan Nickols 
John Estabrook 
Amos Child 
Thomas upham 
Jonathan Felt 
Bunker Clark 
Edmund Taylor 
.John morse 
John Stroud 



In obedence to your Honners we Have faithfully Dischard the 
Duty Requested Desiring Each man To Sine this Covenant Within 
our Liments all Which Have Sind Except ^lager Breed Batchellor 

Selectmen f Joseph Stanhope 

of y John Spinney 

Packefield (^ Eleazer Twitchel 

NEW BOSTON 



Robert Hogg 
Elijah Cochran 
.losiah Hitchings 
Andrew Walker 
Jiobert Livingston 
John Smith 



Hugh Ramsey 
Alex'" Gregg 
Noah Dodge 
Nathanel Cochran 
Thomas Willson 
Thomas m^'Colom 



REVOLUTIOXARY DOCUMENTS 



95 



James Cochran 
alexander willson 
John Crown 
Robert Walker 
Alexander Patterson 
Robert Patterson 3 
Arehiballd m^allster 
Robert Burns 
Arch'' m^'millan 
Josiah M^'Neill 
James Gregg 
Joseph Heselton 
Samuel Boyd 
Livermore Langdell 
}A W'" Livingston 
Henry Woodberry 
James Caldwell 
F^liphalet Dustin 
Jacob Hooper 
William Campbell 
Josiah Morgan 
Tho^ Karr 
John Carter 
Aaron Sally 
Solomon Moor V D M 



James willson 
William lieard 
Samuel Smith 
Tobias Butler 
James Gregg Ju'' 
John McMillan Ju"- 
Taylor Little 
William M«Niell 
Daniel m'niillan 
Robert Campbell 
William Blair 
Benj** Woodberry 
John Davis 
John Cochran Jun 
Lt William Boyes 
E" Alexander Greo'o' J' 
Benj'' Dodge 
Josiah Warren 
Robert Patterson J'' 
David Scobey 
Barnabas M'ginis 
Robert M'^Gaw 
Ninian Cochran 
Lessly Gregg 
Nehemiah Dodge 



New Boston August y*" 26'" 1776 
Gentlemen Agreable to your Hon^« orders We have Published this 
pa[)er and the none Subscribers are as follows 

William M«Niele Jonathan ({ove 

John McLaughlin John M-^Laughlin Ju'' 

Robart White Robart Boid 

Daniel M'Wllester John M-^Allester 

William Kelso Alexander Kelso 

John Burns Allan Moor 



96 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Daniel Kelso 


George Cristy 


William Moor 


Fetter Cochran 


John ni'^millan 


David Handerson 


Robert patterson 


J lion Blear 


Matliew Donovan 


Samuel Smith 


John Steward 


William Clark 


Jesse Cristy 


Ninian Clark 


John Gordon 


James ^NPFerson 


Rowl ^PFerson 


James M^Ferson J'' 


Robart Willson 


James Doak Ju^ 


James Willson 


John AA'illson 


John M'Intosh 


Ruben Smith 


Andrew Walker Ju'' 


John Donovan 


Andrew Jack 


John Livingston 


Jacob Ober 


Thomas Cochran 


John Cochran 


James Hunter 


John Hunter 


Daniel IM'Niell 


Hugh Gregg 




A true Return 


Ni" Clark ) Select 




Daniel m'allester ( Men 



NEWCASTLE 



Jos ffrost 
william neal 
Sam^ Clarke 
Plenry Prescott 
Stephen Barton 
Abraham Trefethen 
Thomas Lake 
John Treften 3'' 
Wliam (lowdy 
Isaac Smith 
Elias Tarlton 
Ephraim Ama/.een 



Geo Frost Ju'' 
Rich'' Yeaton 
John Simpson 
Robert White 
Matthew Bell 
Paul Randall 
John Leear 
Tho^ Trundy 
Benjamin Yeaten 
Stephen Chase Jun' 
Meshaok Bell Ju" 
James Neal 



KICVOLUTIONA j; Y DOCUMENTS 



97 



Sampson I>e]l 
David Mitclial Ju' 
Joshua White 
Nath'i Batsoii 
iAfeshach Bell y" 3'' 
Henry Card 
Edward Card 
Thomas X Cioiidy 
Isaac Pridham 
Henf Bell Juner 
John odiorne 
( 'hristoplier Amazeen 
lienry Langmaid 
Ed\\ard \Vliite 
Iiobert Martin 
AVilliam Trediek 
William Jones 
Tlie Names of those who have 
Stephen I)atson 
John Kan ear 



.John Card 
Abednego Bell 
A\'iniam Vennard 
John Tarlton 
Thomas Bell 
John Amazeen 
John Treffren J> 
Samiel Langmade 
John collense j"' 
A'oah Sherburne 
Samuel Odiorne 
Stephen Laury 
William Trundy 
Abra: 1'refethen Ter 

)iis 

Henry x Foss 

mark 

John Seavey 
Refused to Signe the within paper 
Rich'> Yeaton Jun' a Soldier 
William Clark 



Ni:\VJN(iTON 



Bich'' Downing 

.John Nutter 

I)arthol()meA\ Downino- 

Henry Hart 
John Hart 
Kpherim Pickering 
Nathaniel Hart 
•Jonathau hoyt 
thomas Pickrehig 
James Stoodly 
James Colman 
Joseph Adams 



Sam" Shackford 
liich'^ Downing Jnn' 
Josiah Downing 
Thomas Trickey 
Nicholas Pickern 
John JJensou 
John Stoodly 
John Gee Pickreing 
Hatevil Nutter :]'' 
Joseph N^utter 
Hutson Peavev 
John Pickreno- 



98 



KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Tiiuotliy Dame 

Ezekiel Gil Adams 

Jonatlina Trikey 
Kliphelet Dam 

Joseph hight 

Samuel P'ebbyaii 

Ilatevil Nutter 

George Laighton 

Anthony Vmcent 

Nehemiah Furber 

Issachar Dame 

AVilliam Furbur 

John Dame 

John Colman 

James Nutter 

Thomas pinder 

Cln-istopher Huntriss 

Mark Miller 

John Fabyan 

IJenjamin Miller 

Joel Laighton 

Nelson Downing Nutter 

Sanniel Rawlings 

James Pickering 

Winthrop Pickering 

l*aul Rawlings 

Jolm Downing 
Gent'" 

Agreeable to tlie within notified 
y'" to sign 

And Cap' Josepli Pattinsoii 
Noah Rawlings 
Deny'' signing 

Attests 



Jethro furber 

Pliinehas Coleman Ju 

Joseph Dame 

John Trickey 

Joseph Colbath 

Joshua Nutter 

John Hodgdon Ju 

Joseph Colman 

Levi Furbur 

John Hodgdon 

Samuel Shackford Jun' 

Pliinehas Coleman 

Edward Brassbridge 

John Hoyt 

Dep [Dependence] Hickford 

Nathan Huntriss 

Issachar \\''iggin 

llenjamin hodgsdon 

Renjamin Pickreing 
Ichabod Bickford 
Christopher Nutter 
Josej)h Huntress 
William huntris 
Rich'' Pickering 
James Nutter 
Joseph Rawlings 
Samuel Fabyan Jun' 

all persons as oi'derd and Desired 

Benj'^ Adams Es(|' 



Sam" Shackford "] 

Jethro furbur |- select men 

'J'im* Dame J 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



99 



Attests 



Samuel Fabyan 
Iiich'' Downing 
Sani^' Shackford 
John Nutter 
Ep: Pickering 



Committee 

of 
Correspondence 



Committee of safety of y'' Colony of N Hamp'' 
N B. This paper stood up at the meeting liouse Dof)r tln-ee 
sabbaths 



NEWMARKET 



John Perkins 
Sam^' Baker 
lienj'' Mead 
William Spriggens 
Jonathan Robinson 
Joseph Smith 
Jacob Brown 
Josiah Burnham 
Nicholas Hartford 
flohn Folsom 
Ich'^ Brackett 
Zebulun Doe Jur 
And^"" Bowman 
John Cooke 
Jonathan S Dudley 
Robert Jackson 
Benjamin Stevens 
David Folsom 
Edward Hilton Juner 
Job saveg 
Morgan Connor 
Josiah Adams 
Jeremy Bryent 
Jeremiah Foss 



Tho* Tash 
Sam" Gilman 
John Mason 
John Tash 
Joseph Sandborn 
Walter Bryent junior 
John Waston 
Joshua Brackett 
Samuel Burleigh 
Thomas Bennett 
Tho^ Churchill 
Joseph Young Junr 
Asa wiggins 
Jonathan Doe 
David Chapman 
Samuel Ward 
Lewis Kinnison 
Edward Smith 
John Young 
Simeon Folsom 
Walter Bryent 
John meder 
Nathaniel Ewer 
William Rinton 



100 



REVOLUTION APwY DOCUMENTS 



Levi Folsoiu 

Natli" Oilman 

Jacob Burle}" 

John Bennet 

Josiali Bennet 

John folsom 

Robert Good win 

J onatlien wigen 

Benjamen Stephens 

Reuben Doe 

Bradstreet Doe 

AVentworth Cheswill 

Joseph Folsom 

Jonathan Colcord 

Walter Neal 

Josiah Colcord 

Joseph ^^'igg■in 

Edmund C'haes 

Hubartus Neal Jun' 

A\'inthrop Smith 
willieani folsom jun'' 
Jeremiah Folsom 
tliomas kenson 
-lames Cram 
Ichabod Hilton 
W" Carlo 
Daniel Hilton 
David Smart 
liening Brackett 
Charles Smarte 
Fraiiies Durgiii .Inn 
('has. Wiggin 
.lames Hill 
•loseph Chapman 
James Dearborn 



.lohn Mead 
Levi Pickreing 
John Bennett Juner 
Cotton Bennet 
Arther Bennett 
James Goodwin 
Zebulen Dudee 
David wiggin 
Peter Drowne 
John Weeks 
Jos'^ Clark 
Zebulon Doe 3'^ 
Enocli Stevens 
Joseph Colcord 
Gideon Colcord 
Jacob Thomson 
Joseph Doe 
Hubartus Neal 
Nat ames 
Andrew folsom 
Samuel Chapm[an] 
Joseph Jov 
Aron Kinstone 
Winthrop Hilton 



Jieni 



his 

" X Piper 

marke 



Benj'' Folsom 
Jacob Fowler 
Charles Smart juner 
I'hilip Fowler 
Francis Durgan 
Enoch Remick 
M(»ses Edgerley 
.lohn Lurleigh 
Abraham Parsons 



REVOLrTlONAH Y DOCU MENTS 



101 



TJioinas llanaford 
Zeblon Barber 
l\obart Barber Ju 
.loll 11 Bean 
John Wedgwood 
Nicholas Doe 
Joseph meloon 
Jacob Durgan 
williani hurley 
Josiah Jlilton 
Josepli Smith 
James Gilman 
Samuel Neal 
Jiihn Ames 
Ivlward C'olcord 
Eliphelet Pease 
Nathel Peas 
Sani^^ Pease 
moses perkins 
John Moody 

Benjamin 

Edward Folsom 
John Perkins 
Jonathan Folsom 
Pursuant to the within Orders 
ing Persons Names, that Pefuses 
Stephen Hardy 
Nathan Preson 
William Badger 
Joshua Wiggin 
John Mighels 
Jolm Alarston 
Samuel INlighels Jun^' 
Samuel (xilman 
Jolm Neal 



Pobart Barber 
Peter folsom 
Josiah Hall Bartlett 
Andrew (lilman 
Jonathan Sanbon 
Josali Burley 
John Doe 
Samuel meloon 
Asa Folsom 
Joseph (xilman 
willy iani foulsom 
Robert Pike 
Nicholas Harvey 
Samuel Dyer 
Brad*"' Gilman 
Nat Ames Jr 
Simonds Fowler 
Joseph Bain 
Joseph Pease 
Nicholas Doe June' 
]Moses Burley 
William Burley Jun*' 
John Bartlett 

We do hereby Return the Follow- 
to Sign the within Declaration — 

Stephen Thirston 

Jacob Parsons 

Walter Shute 

William Perkins 

Isaac Marston 

Samuel Mighels 

Josiah Migliels 

Nathaniel Rogers 

Michael Shute 



102 



IfE VOLUTION ARV DOCUMENTS 



Will'" Sliiite 
Anthony l*ickering 
AVilliam Odiorne 
Richard Perkins 
Zebu Ion Neal 
Samnel Smart 
Jacob Ames 
Elisha Thomas 
Peter Hearsay 
John Shute 
Newmarket Jnlv 12"' 1776 



Doct' John Maistes 

Henry Wiggin 

Roger Racklyft 

(xeorge Hart 

Jonathan Kinnison 

Josiah Smart 

Stephen Liford 

lienjamin Pease 

Thomas Piper 

Nath^ Lorde 

Sam'^ Gilnian "j 
James Cram I ^^^^^^ 
Sam- Baker J "'^'^ 



NEWPOJr 



I»enj" Giles 
Jeremiah Jenks 
Josiah Stevens 
Giels Kelcey 
Joel Bailey 
J^enier Kelcey 
Jesse Willcocks 
William Stannard 
Absalom Kelcey 
Roswel Kelcy 
Phinehas Willcoks 
Nathan Hurd 
Daniel Dudley 
Jedediah Reynolds 
James Church 
Ebeuezer Meritt 
Jesse Bailey 
David Brown 



Aaron Buel 
Samuel Hurd 
Ezra Parmele 
lilphraim Towner 
Benjamin Bragge 
Abraham Buell 
Jesse Kelcey 
Jesse ]^ane 
Daniel Buel 
Joseph Buel 
Josiah Dudley 
Nathan W ood b u ry 
Robert Laue 
Jed'' Reynolds Juii' 
Isaac Newton 
Amos Hall 
John Lane 
Uriah Willcoks 



ItEVOLUTIONAKY DOCUMENTS 



103 



Newport June 20"' ITTi; 
the Inhabitants of Newport that is reqnireed have all Signed thit 



Association 



Josiah Stevens ^ Select Men 
Samn^^ Hnrd I of 

Aaron Buel J Newport 



NORTH HAMPTON 



Isaac Jenness 
Joseph Hobbs 
Abner Fogg 
Samuel Wedgwood 
Jeremiah Paoe 
Tristram Redman 
Jacob Brown 
Benjamin Brown 
'i'homas Cotton 
Levi Dearborn 
John Wingate 
David marston 
Caleb Marston 
Sam'^ .Alace 
Josiah batclielder 
William (uxifree 
thomas Hobbs 
Samuel Dearborn 
William Weeks 
John Loverino- 
John Potter 
Joshua Brown Jun' 
Samuel Davis 
Benjamin Palmer 
Nathaniel Hans 
John Chase 



John brown 

Benj'' Hobbs 

Seth Fogg- 
Benjamin Philbrick 

thomas Cotton 

Jonathan knowles 

in oris Lamprey 

John Lamprey 

Reuben Dearborn 

Abraham Drake 

John Dearborn 

Christopher Smith 

Simon Lampere 
Abner Fogg- 
Joshua Hains 

Zechariah Towl Ju'" 

thomas Marston 

Daniel Dow 

Joseph Dearborn 

Eben' Lovering 

Reuben gove Dearborn Jun' 

Jose]3h Palmer 

John Weeks 

Josiah Dalton 

Eben' Tilton 

Araham Drake Ju"" 



104 



REVOIATIONARY DOCUMENTS 



.lames Wedgwood 
Ebeii*' Samborn 
Kiiheii Dearborn 
lienjamin Lamprey 
lObenezer Neal 
Henry Batchelder 
.lames Godfrey 
Timothy Dalton 
Simon Brown 
Frances Page 
David knowles 
Samuel Hardy 
David Page juner 
Samuel Fogg 
tliomas Leavitt 
Abraham Tayler 
.Tosepli Moulton .Jr 
.lames Batchelder 
Samuel Batcheldor 
morris Hobbs 
Benj" ^Nlason 
Simon D Lovering 
Thomas Samborn 
Stephen Shaw 
Samuel Chapman 

His 

Zaeeriah X Batchelder 

mark 

.Joseph Garland 
Nathaniel Hobbs 
Samuel Kobie 
Samuel Smith 
.lohn Nudd 
.Ion'' Piiu'e 



.loseph knowles 
Edward Shaw 
.lohn Taylor 
.lonathan Wedgwood 
•lohn Leivitt 
Zach^' Towle 
.John liobie 

13enjamin Marston .Junr 
Benjamin Leavitt 
Jermiah dearborn 
Moses Leavitt 
Stephen Page 
.losiah Dearborn 
.Joseph Tayler 
Nathaniel Batchelder 
.Joseph Moulton 

Benj Hobbs 
.John marston 

Dn^ Dearborn 
.James Nudd 

lleuben Gove Dearborn 

Daniel Samborn 

William Samborn 

Simeon Marston 

Hanery Batchelder 

Samuel liatchelder 

Samuel Page 

Phinehas Dearborn 

Isaac marston 

Simon Page 

David Page 

Eben T^overing 



U EVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



105 



The Colony of New Hampshire 

North Hampton 7"' .lune 1776 
To the Honourb' Comittee of Safty according t(j the ^^•ithin order 
of 3'onr"s we have Procured all the names of our Perish according 
as your Honours Desired us as is Attest'^ by us 

Abraham Drake ^ Select men 



David marston 



r 



.f 



Christopher Smith j North Hampton 



NORTH AVOOD 



Joseph Demeret Cap' of the parish 

Joshua Furbur 

John Durgin 

Increas Batchelder 

Moses (lodfree 

William lUaake 

Thomas Fruland 

Henj Johnson 

Elijah Carswell 

Stephen Rawlians 

Jonatlian Clark 

Sharborn dearborn 

Nathaniel Chandler 

Elias Philbrick 

Thomas Piper 

John Sherburn 

Reuben Morgin 

Jonathan Ijlake 

Asahel IJlake 

Henary Dearborn 

Nicolas Blake 

Robert Hill 

Benj Hill 

William Prescott 

Sam" J(j]njson 



Eliphalet Taylor 
Daniel Hoit 
William \\'ollais 
Israel Hodgdon 
Abraham Batchelder 
daves bechelder 
Richard Garland 
Nathanael Twombly. 
Richard Carswell 
Jonathan Knolton 
Benjamin Wadleigh 
Zabulon Norris 
Jonathan Sanborn 
John Wadleigh 
Francis James 
Samuel Sherborn 
Sherbun Blake 
Levi Dearborn 
Henry Sanborn 
Phinehas Blake 
Simon wadleigh 
David knowles 
valntine kinson 
Moses Johnson 
Solomon I>ickford 



106 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Caleb dough 
nathaniel moriel junr 
John lUckford 
Stephen Hoit 
timothy caswel 
Josej)h Dnrgin 



iNIonis Lomprey 
Nath" morrill 
Samuel Bartlet 
Henjamin jonson juner 
John Batchelder 
thomas knolton 



Daniel Sawyer Refuses to Sine this making plees that He is of a 
quaker Prineabel 

NOTTINGHAM 



J Mills 

Jose]3h morrill 
Thomas Harvey 
Joeph Cilley 
Benjamin Shaw 
Thomas Bartlet 
Henry Butler 
Abner Clough 
William Gill 
John wells 
Zej)haniah Butler 
Joseph Jackson 
John Brown 
Samuel (iray 
David Danils 
John Bickforcl 
Thomas Bickford 
John wille 
James glass 
Nathaniel Hall 
Samuel Scails 
John Giles 
(jideon Straw 
Will"' Glark 



Benjamin Butler 
Josiah Clark 
franses kenston 
Jonathan Davis 
P^phraim Durgin 
Alexander Lucy 
\'owel Leathers 
Cutten Cilley 
John Harvey 
Rice Rowejl 
John Ford 
Quick Preast 
Yolintine Hill 
Mason Rendel 
Jacob Burnum 
William welch 
Robert Davis 
Samuel lUirnam 
Samuel Daniels 
Jonathan Willey 
Abraham Knight 
Aaron Hayes 
Israel Randel 
John m'^crilles 



RE VOLUTION ARV DOCUMENTS 



107 



Ivob Evans 
Natlianel Kandel 
C'hails ]\^Coy 
Hezekiah Randel 
Thomas Whiteliorn 
Paul Garrisli 
'J'liomas George 
Benjamin Stokes 
Ham Libbey 
moses Davis 
Joshua Trie key 
Joseph Hodgdon 
•Jonathan Foss 
Joseph (Tarnian 
Jonathan (fove 
Jienj" Winslow 
John lluteherson 
John Chesle 
Joshua Stevens 
'Jliomas Odel 
James Kelse 
Nicholas Leathers 
Abiel Leathers 
Benjamin Jackson 
Abner da vis 
Sawyer Chesle 
John Collet 
John Ilarvv 



Asa Guile 
Samuel lirasa 
Frances Trickey 
Edward Foox 
John Whitehorn 
John Shaw Junr 
And'' Simpson 
('harls Fnrnil 
J oseph R obin son 
Daniel Young- 
Joseph whittier 
Simeon Ladd 
Enoch Page 
John Nealley 
Abednego Leathers 
Ichabod Row 
John gile 
John Nelley ju 
AVilliam Nelley 
Robert Morrison 
John SliaM' 
Jonathan Langiey 
Thomas ]\PConnell 
Solmon davis 
Nicholes Brown 
John kenear 
Jonathan Rollings 
A\'inthrop Colbath 



State of 1 Pursuant to the Within Precept We Have 

New Hampshire j Presented this Covenant to the Inhabitants of 
the Town of Nottingham and the Parsons that Refuse to sign it are 
on a Seperate Paper 

August 16"' 1770 Vowel Leathers | Select 

Tho^ Bartlet i Men 



108 



li KVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



A lAst of the Men in the To\vn 
the Covenant Sent to the Select 
Aprill I^ast viz 

*Abraliain Scails 

PhiKp liartlet 
*Nathaniel Goodhu 

Noah l>arker 

-John Shepard 
*John Baniill 
*.Ioseph Nealley 
*John Bartlet 
*Thomas I lines 

Thomas Foss 

Frances Harvey 

Frances Harvy Ju'' 
*Eldad Langley 

Nottinsfham Ano'nst IH"' 1776 



of Nottingham that Refuse to Sign 
]\Ien by the Committee of Saifty in 

]\foses Davis 

Ednnmd Hodgdon 

Samuel Gove 
*John Watson 
* James Watson 

Nathan AVatson 

Josiah Watson 
*l>enj'^ Watson 

Benj'^ Whitcher 

Daniel Rogers Esq^ 

James Bean 

James Thurstin 



Vowel Leathers 1 Select 
Tho' Bartlet i Men 



N: B: them with this Marke * Have advanced Money for to Hire 
Men to go to Crownpoint 

PEMBROKE 



Will'" Cochran 
David Abbot 
Job .Abbot 
Thomas Cuningham 
Chandler Lovejoy 
l>enj'^ Whittemore 
.lames Head 
Kicliard Head 
Nathan el Lakeman 
Josiah Hagget 



Sam' Daniell 
AVilliam Carlton 
Nath'^ Ambrose 
David Lovejoy 
Sam' Abbot Juncr 
Benjamin Holt 
Nath^ Head 
Samuel Lakman 
Nathaniel Lakeman juner 
Josha Phelps 



1^ KVOLUTIONAIl Y DOCUMENTS 



109 



Samuel Smith 
John Cochran .Inn' 
Francis Doyne 
Rob* Simpson 
James Fife 
John Head 
Joseph Baker 
John WJiite 
EHas Whittenioie 
moses tyler 
Mikel Kimball 
Joshua Tyler 
David Frye 
Eldward Smith 
John Knox 
Asa Foster J'' 
Samuel kimball 
moses foster 
Stej)hen Bartlet 
Joseph Parker 
Nath" Oilman 
Benj" Piper 
Daniel Noyes 
David Kimball 
Joseph Emery .lu' 
John moor 
Tliomas Morse 
Isaac WJiite 
Jonathan Eliot 
James Knox 
Moses ^M'Connell 
liobert moor 
lehabod Iiobie 
Sam^' Kelley 
James Cochran iuiir 



John I J ad 
William Fife 
John Fife 
Joseph Simson 
Nath'i Head 
Lovewell Iiak(M- 
Thomas Baker 
AVilliam Bard 
Samuel Abbot 
Nathan Holt 
Jere'^ VVardwell 
James Robinson 
William iNfartiii 
John carlton 
Lemuel Stickney 
Josepli Swett 
Caleb Foster 
John Ayer 
Sam" Jennes 
Jeremiah Moroan 
Peter gilman Jun' 
Aaron Whittemore 
Asa Foster 
Ricliard Bartlet 
Ambros Goold 
Dean Merrill 
.Joshua Kimball 
William Kimball 
Tho* Robertson 
.John Sander 
liobart Stiiison 
Jacob Doyne 
James Robertson 
Will'" fryer 
.btnathan BartU't 



110 



KEVOLUTIONAKY DOCUMENTS 



Neliemiali M'daniel 
James jMartin 
John m'' Daniel 
Ezekiel Gilman 
John Moor 
Sohimon whitehous 
Joseph Cochran 
Caleb Lovejoy 
Nathan Waite 
Jolm man 
James Cochran 3'^ 
william martin Jun 
Fry Holt 
Janes man 



Robert M'daniel 

John Cochran 

Peter Robinson 

Leu* James Coffrin 

Will'" Knox [House 

unpreet [Pomfret] white 

Calob Lovejoy Ju'' 

William Man 

Samuel Man 

Samuel Noyes 

Richard Bryant 

Samuel Connor 

John Knox Jur 

Samuel Gault 



Phedris M*^Cuthen [M'^Cutcheon] Andrew Gault 

Joseph Hemphell John Cullimore 

Jacob Emery Levi Cater 

John Connor David Conner 

Danieal m^Lucas (xideon Piper 
Timothy Knox 

Colon}" of New Hamshire 

Sepf 18'" 1776 
To Honorable Committee of Safety 

Li Compliance with the within Order we have Requested all the 
males as Directed, and the Names Under written are all within our 
Precints that have Nearlected to Subscribe the within Declaration Viz 



ReV Dan' Mitchel 
Cap' Sam' M"connel 
Sam' Parker 
And''' Robertson 
Zebelon Robinson 



Cap' Benj'* Norris 
Dea" John Man 
Will'" Robertson 
James Cunningham 

David Abbot ^ 

Will'" Cochran I Select Men 

Sam' Daniell j 



liEVOLUTIOXARY DOCUMENTS 



111 



PETERBOROUGH 



Neal liammell 
Thomas Ciminoham 
'I'homas Davidson 
William m'^Nee Jii'' 
Allexander Stewart 
Sam' :\Iiteliel 
W^illiam S\vau 
W" Wliite 
William White 
Samuel millor Jun^" 
W^illiam m'Nee 
William Smith 
.lames Robbe 
Jonathan Whellock 

• 

Robert Smith 
moses Cmiingham 
John White Jnn'' 
William Robbe 
Sam^ mitchel 
Abraham Holms 
David Steel 
("liarles Stuart 
William Spear 
.Alatthew Templeton 
Thomas Steel 
Elijeh l^iffer 
Samuel luiller y*" 3 
Sam'^ Hoo'o- 
Robert Gray 
Isaac Mitchell 
John Blair 
JameR hockley 
Jolni m'lnurphey 



Thomas Morison 
James Templeton 
Samuel Miller sn'' 
James Cuninofham 
Aaron Brown 
Charles White 
Sam" Houston 
John White 
David White 
James Richey 
John Scott 
William m'Coy 
Joseph Hammell 
John Gragg Jun' 
John Smith 
William Mackeen 
S" moore 
William miller 
John Youngg 
Jn« Mitchel 
Isaiah Taylor 
Samuel Gregg 
Kalso Gray 
william Scott 
James Taggart 
Dan^ Mack 
Alexander Robbe 
Samuel M^'Alester 
Jn« Butler 
Thomas Stewart 
John teggeat 
William JVIoore 
RoW Morrison 



112 



I5EVOLUTIONAEV DOCUiMENTS 



Thomas Turner 

John morrisoii 

Jotli. lilancliard 

Robert Willsou 

Timothy mixer 

Sam' Willson 

John AVillson 

Benj'^ mitcliel 

Adams C-irao-o- 

IJichard bourke Pierev Doct' 



John Smith 
Tho^ morrison Juii' 
Sam' Cuningham 
John Gragg" 
Hugh Willson 
James willson 
John White 
David Ames 

to the 29 Redo-f a foot 



Peterborough June IT"' 1776. Pursuant to the AVithin Request 
the Inhabitants of the said Town of Peterb° Hath Subscribed their 
names to the Within Ivesolves of the Continental Congress 

James Templeton ] 
Sam' Cunningham >- Selectmen 
A\'illiam M^nee ) 



PIERMONT 



John Richards 
John mcConiel 
Ehenezer Tyler 

David 

Enos Saw3er 
Francis Fenton 
John Patterso]! 
hurges medcalf 
Ephraim Patterson 
Solomon Bailey 
Renj^ Patterson 
Thomas Davis Jun 
Jonathan Chandler 
Daniel Tyler 
Seth foord 
Charles Crook 
Tliomas Davis 
Charles Webb 



Thomas Gregg 
David Tyler 
Jonathan Tyler 
John Sawyer 
David Tyler Ju' 
Andrew Crook 
Uriah Stone 
Benj Stone 
Abner Cliandler 
Isaac Patterson 
Zenes Case 
Noah foord 
Joseph W^ebl) 
Thomas Crook 
Ephraim Root 
Azariah Webh 
John Weed 



REVOLUTION A It Y DOCUMENTS 



113 



All the Inluibitaiits of Piermont of Age According to y^ Within 
Directions liave Signed Except those that are in y*^ Continental 
Service 



Test 



Meshech Weare 
E Thompson 
Pierse I^ong 
John Dudley 
Tho^ Hart 
George King 
Geo. Wentworth 
John Langdon 
Josh. Wentworth 
Sam' Penliallow 
Jolm Fnrnald 
George Gains 
Josepli Pitman 
Joseph Akennan 

his 

Henf X Quint 

mark 

Benja Akerman 
Barnet Akarman 
William Parker 
Daniel lAuit 
Benjamin welch 
George Hart 
Kendal P^irnald 
Nathaniel S grifiith 
Jacob Tilton 
James Hart 



John Patterson 
John Weed 
Joseph Webl) 
Jonathan ( "handler 



1 



PORTSMOUTH 



Nath" Folsom 
Step" Evans 
P White 
H Wentworth 
AVill'" I^earne 
Geo: Turner 
Supply Clap 
Joseph Bass 
John Penhallow 
A\'illiam Langdon 
Jose^di Simes 
JNIark Seavey 
thomas gains 

liis 

Josiah X Savage 

mark 

gorge iiam 
AValter Akarman 
John liartlett 
Daniel Brewster 
AMlliam BreAvster 
Nehemiah Howell 
George Hart jun'' 
John Sherburne 
'J'homas Ransom 
Joseph Walker 
Luke Foster 



Com' 



114 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Gliomas Sarget 

Joseph Cotton 

Samuel Briard 

Nahuin Ward 

Sam^ Cutts 

George Massey 

David Call 

An" (ireenleaf 

Peter Man 

Henry (Jardner 

Shackfoid Seaward 

Joseph Seaward 

IJenj Bigelow 

Samuel Walker 

John Gooch 

Keith Spence 

Tim^ Mountford 

Samuel Hill 

(iilbert Fernald 

N [Neal] ^Mntyer 

Jos. Alk'ock 

Thomas Leigh 

liichard Wilson 

Tobias Walker 

John Akerraan 

Henry Nutter 

(ieorge Hull 

Perkins Ayers 

John Pike 

G. Duriell 

Jacob Treadwell 

W" Walker 

James Haslett 

Samu' ]\Ioses 

\V E [William Karl] Tn-adwcll 



Klisha Hill 
Jn" Hart 3'^ 
Moses Woodward 
George Libbey 
George Dame 
James Dwyer 
Th" Martin 
>hirk Nelson 
Jam* Gooch 
Nath^ Folsom 

Kinsman Peverly 
Joseph Ayers 

William Martin 
James P: thing 

Dan' Fowle 

Charls Banfill 

IJenj'' Austin Jun'' 

Mark Fernald 

Jon'' L Austin 

Kob' Robertson 

thomas Moses 

John Moffatt 

Thomas Palmer Juner 

W" Wilson 

his 

John X Hutchins 

mark 

Hugh Henderson 
Thomas Thompson 
Tobias Warner 
James Grouard 
Stephen Sumner 
Geo. Dodg 

Nath' Treadwell Jun' 
Theodore moses 
Charles Treadwell 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



115 



Sam' J^owles 
Robert Hart 
John Dennett 
Temple Knight 
Daniel Grant 
Samuel Servise 
Joseph Jackson 
AV" Knight 
I^hillip Pindexter 
Nath^ Sherburne 
William gunnison 
AVill Doall 
Dan' Peirce 
Joseph Low 
Jacob Sheaf e Sen'' 
William Marshall 
D Sherburne 
Rubon Danil 
Jonathan Ayers 
Jacob Mills 
Joseph Shillaber 
John Reed 
J. Whipple 
Henry Seaward 
W" Apple ton 
Cxeorge Jackson 
Rich'^ Fitzgerrald 
Samuel Gate 
Abner Blasdel 
Noah Peirce 
(iershom Flagg 
liic'' Langdon 
Samuel Sherref 
Joseph Benson 
John Hart Jun"" 



Charles Waters 
John Clarke 
Cotton Mather Stevens 
George Waters 
Clem* Jackson 
John Davenport 
Sam' Hutchings 
George Kmg Jun'' 
W™ Gardner 
George Ho mans 
Will"' Stanwood 
David Macclure 
John Noble 
Moses Ross 
Alexander Greenlaw 
Sam. Sherburne 
James Swett 
Nath' Treadwell 
Edw*^ Sherburn 
Richd mills 
Jon'^ Shillaber 
William Ham Junr 

his 

John X Mackmahawn 

mark 

Hall Jackson 

his 

Sam' X Lear 

marli 

John Gregory 
Stephen Meeds 
Joshua Crosset 
A R Cutter 
Eliphalet Daniell 
Giles Seaward 
Samuel Tripe 
l^ich*^ Champney 



116 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Tlio* Bowles 
.In'' liriard 
Jolm Aj^es 
Rob* Furniss 
Mark Noble 
John IMarden 
Sam^' IJeck 
Josiali ]-.eaeli 
Calleb Currier 

his 

Thomas X Currier 

mark 

Joseph Leach 
Edmund Davis 
Joseph Hani 
Jn" Tuckerman Jun' 
John Langdon 

Ids 

Edward X I)em})sey 

mark 

l^enjamiu Reed 
Thomas X Priests 

mark 

Samuel Ham J' 
AVilliam Palmer 
Peter kennisson 
David lirewster 
AVilliam A\'elch 
John Hooper 
Edm'' Ikitler 
John Collens 
AVilliam Vaughan 

His 

John X varrel 

mark 

,I(ihn white 

His 
Jeremiah X Clancy 

mark 

Rich'' Harvev 



.John Puff [?] 
James Hight 
Jn** Jackson 
.1^' Boyd 
Nath" Pike 
Joshua Pike 
Henry Lang 
Benjamin Newmarch 
James ]Marden 
Nath I^itman 
Edward Pendexter 
Timothy Ham 
Daniel Hart 
Sam^* Jackson 
Richard Jackson 
John Tuckerman 
Nathaniel Menduni 
R' Hart 

Jeremiali Libbey 
Jonathan huntress 
James Stoodly Jun' 
John X Dury's 

mark 

Joseph X WinkalFs 

murk 

Thomas ]\lead 
(leorge Reed 
Alex Uurin 
Sam' Aris [Ayers] 
Benj Partridge 
Henry Carter 

his 

William X- Whites 

mark 
His 

Joseph X Clark 

mark 

Edward avers 



REVOLUTIONARY IKK'UMENTS 



111 



Valiiitine Nutter 
Joseph Weeks 
(leorge howe 
( 'lenient March 
James W'hiteaker 
Jolni Marshall Sener 
John Williams 
William Richards 

WilHam X Gibbs 

mark 

Alexand' Jones 
Daniel Jackson Jnrer 
(Inpey Stoodley 
Ivichard fvitson 
Joseph Moulton 
R Wibird Penhallow 
John Lang 
Thomas Peirce jun'" 
Joseph Lowd 
Ezekiel Pitman 
Sam^ Ham 
Eph'" Ham 
Henry Nutter 
William adams 
James M'lnter 
James drisco 
.fohn Beck Jun' 
liichard Sharman 
Reuben Shapley 
Thomas Manning 
Ebenezer Janvrin 
Daniel Jackson 
Leverett Hubbard 
Simeon Akarman 
Thomas C-lark 



Edward Lowd 
Reuben Snell 
Richard Ware 
John Reck 
Mich^^ Gouler 
Geo. Marshall Jun'" 
(leorge Marshall 
John Marshall Juner 
Moses Feren 
John Gunnison 
Rich'' Trusdel 
Joseph Damrell 
James Fall 
John Grant 
Benj'' G Carter 
Sam'' Dalling 
Ivichard Talpey Jun"^ 
John Peirce 
John Stavers 
Edward Hart 
Daniel Lang 
Nath' Melcher 
Sam' Drowne 
Francis Massuerre 
John Melcher 
William Trefethen 
Samuel Waterhous 
'J'homas Studely 
John Pitman 
Ephraim Bennett 
(ieo: Janvrin 
James Arnold 
Ezekiel Gummer 
Jlichard Woods 
John Wendell 



118 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



His 

Hugh X m'^bride 

mark 

Thomas Sherburne 
Joseph Brotten 
William Hart 
Sam^ Haven 
William Jenkins 
william Partridge 
lienj'' jNIackay 
Abiah Holbrook 
Nahum Akarman 
Henry Sherburne 
Jeremiah Dennet 
Benjamin Hodgdon 
Richard Elliot 
Nath^^ Shannon 
Nat'> Gookin 
moses miller 
^lark Walker 
Jonathan Quint 
william Thompson 
theodore Dame 
Nath'^ Jackson Senor 
Charles Hodgdon 

)iis 

Thomas X Ayers 

mark 

William Peverly 

His 

Iviehard X Cutter 

murk 

Tho Bickford 
riames Shores 
William Walden 
Thomas Walden 
John Davis 
Samuel Slade 



Sam**' waters 
John Pickerhig 
Jvobart yeatou 

liis 

Benj'' X P>rotten 

mark 

Thomas Hodgson 
Sam^' Haven jun' 
I3enjamin Chandler 
James melcher 
James Shores Jun' 
William White 
Nath" Dennet 
James Hill 
Dennis Hight 
Daniel Walker 

his 

Tho" X Hayley 

Mark 

Abraham Elliot 
Benjamin Miller Ju"^ 
Siimll thompson 
Pilancon Colbetat [?] 
William Beck 
Gideon Walker 
John Thompson 
Nathaniel Jackson Juner 
AVilliam Ham 
John pjroten 
John Dennett 

his 

W'" X abbott 

mark 

Henry Bickford 
Daniel Davis 
John Walden 

his 

Thomas X Pillar 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



119 



his 

W" X Shores 

mnrlj 

Jolm Lord 

Kich'^ Evans 

James Clavkson 

obdeir [01)adiali] Marshall 

James Ryan 

Peter Ball 

liis 

Hichard monsou 

mark 

IMichael Frost 
W'" Gale 
William Cotton 
Joseph Leigh 
\y'" Cotton Jun'" 
Nath" Muchamore 
Joseph Langdon 
John Langdon 
Nath^i Lang 
John Sherbnrne 
Nadab Moses 
Benja Lear 
Joseph Tucker 
Sam''' Langdon Ju"' 
John Seveay 
Richard Tarlton 

his 

w'" X Cate Jun"^ 

marli 

mark Lang- 
Samuel Wliite Cate 
John Gardner 

Ills 

Jolm X Lang 

niark 

William Nelson 
Phinehas Hodgdon 



W'" Bilunt 

Timothy Watson 

John Frost 

Nathan White 

Peter Shores Jun'' 

l*eter Shores 

Nathaniel Lear 

John Showers 

Andrew Sherburn 

Rich'> White 

Amos Abbet 

Thomas Sherburne Ju"" 

Robert Neall 

William Furnil 

Samuel Ball Ju' 

Sam Langdon 

Leader Neson [Nelson] 

Samuel Beck 
Andrew Beck 
James Moses 
John melcher 
Samuel Lang 
A Pepperrill 
Joseph Whidden 
Nathanel Cotton 
James TarlTon Jun"" 
John Norton 
thomas Seavey 
Tho^ Marden 

iiis 

Geo X Waldon 

mark 
liis 

John X Savage 

mark 

Caleb Brewster 
Charles Rundletts 



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REVOLUTION A UY DOCUMENTS 



(Jeo. Ayers 
Saimiel Whidden 

his 

-lereiniali x Homes 

mark 

(leorge Shurburiie 
Joseph Hanfill 
Sain^' Oakes 
Samuel Norris 
Ivobert Holmes 
-James Jones 
Enoch Huntress 
Tobias Lear 
Zeb" Wiggin 

his 

Sam^ X Ham 

mark 

Samul Ball 
John moses 
James Jones 
Jolni Lewis J'" 
John l^eweis 
Dan" Evans 

his 

Joseph y Shaw 

mark 

William Parker 
Michael Whidden 
John AVheelwright 
John Seaward 
'Vhff Peirce 
Jn" Sheaf e jun^ 
liichard Dolly 



Thonjs Ayers 

his 

John X Seiva 

mark 
his 

Joseph X Norris 

mark 

John Banfill 
Tliomas Cotton 
Tobias Banfill 
Josiah Haines 
James Erisbee 
David Swett 
Israel Marden 
Jon'*^ Swett 
Moses Brewster 
William Sherburne 
Joshua Jones 
W'" Homes 
Aaron Moses 
Elias Tarlton 
Sam Hall 
John Hooker 
Nathaniel Sherburne 
Jn" Parker 
Josiah Clark 
Joshua Brackett 
Matthew Haslett 
William Yeaton 
Paul Laighton 
Joseph Holbrook 



Pursuant to An Order to us directed, by the Committee of Safety 
of this State, We have waited on everj^ Person in this Town, and 
have tendered them the Association for signing, and do herewith 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUM ENTS 



121 



Ketiirn the said Association, and the Names of tliose Avho have Re- 
fused to sign the same Viz' — 



Noah Parker 
Stephen Weeks 
Joseph Stacy Hastings 
.James Sheafe 
William Torry 
JNIaj' Sam' Hale 
John Peirce (Merch*) 
John Eliot 
Thomas Airmet 
Eleazer Russell 
George Jaffrey 
Dan' Warner 
.lohn Sherburne 
.John Campbell 



Isaac Rindge 
Chase Freeze 
Theodore Atkinson 
Stephen Little 
William Hart 
(Jotton Palmer 
Moses Noble 
John Moore 
Alford ]^>uttler 
Sam' Gardner 
Mark H*^ Wentworth 
Jon^ Warner 
Sam' Waters jun' 
Richard Tucker 



Giles Pickett 

Daniel Rogers, Absent at Nottingham 

J*eter l^earse d° at Newington 

State of New Hamp^' Portsm" 14'" Aug^' 177r> 
By Order of the Com"^« 

H Wentworth Chairman 
Joseph Simes ] 

Geo Gains >- Selectmen 

William Langdon j 
List of Persons taken up in Portsm" as being notoriously dis- 
affected to the Common Cause — viz' 



Isaac Rindge 
Peter Pearse 
Robert Robertson 
William Torrey 
Oliver Whipple 
James Sheafe 
Jonathan Warner 
James Hickey 



William Hart 
Hugh Henderson 
John Peirce 
Stephen Little 
'J'homas Armet 
John Stavers 
Nath' Treadwell 



122 



EEVOLUTIONAIIY DOCUMENTS 



RICHMOND 



Constant Barnay 
Al)raliani Barrus 
IJavnabas Thrasher 
Oliver Barrus 
Isaac lienson 
Daniel (n-eene 
]\Iichael liarrus 
Jolni Gansey 
Ichabod Whipple 
David liarney 
l^l)enezer Barrus 
Timothy Ivobinson 
Dan AVliipple 
]\Ioses Tyler 
Azariah Comstock Juner 
Joseph Cass 
Jieuben Parker 
Peter Hoolbroock 
John Barrus 
James Kingsley 
Ivufus Whipple 
Oliver garnsey 
V/AYd Ormsbe 
Solomon Aldrich 
AVilliam (xoddard 
Amos Ilix 
david Shenrman 
Simpson H ammond 
Ephrm Hix 
Mattnrean Ballon 
Ebenezer peters 
Isrel Peters 
Ebenezer Cole 



Jeremiah thayer 
Nathaniel Whipple 
Israel Whipple 
John Danly 
Daniel Read 
John Scott 
A His Thayer 
Jeramiah Thayer Ju"" 
Dan Freeman 
P>e)ijamin Thrasher 
Abraham Barrus Ju' 
Nehemiah thayer 
Othniel Day 
Solomon Artherton 
francis Norwood Juner 
Ebenezer Ornsbe 
John liobinson 
Nathan Wo^lley 
Joseph Razey 
Amos Garnsey 
Jonathan Aretherton 
Timothy Thomson 
James Westcott 
Eli Page 
Henry Ingalls 
Jonathan Bozard 
Abner Aldrich Ju 
Samuel hix 
Edmund Ingalls 
Richard Peters 
Elezer Martin 
John Woolley 
Sanuiel Cari)enter 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



123 



.loiiatliaii .Jillson 
David Cass 
Azariali Couistoek 
]\Ioses Comstock 
Stephen Kempton 
Oliver Hix 
Thomas AA'oolley 
P>arnanl Hix 
Joseph Stieater 

[The following names are returned on another sheet, and are not 
signatures, but were all written by the same hand. It is assumed 
that they are the names of those who refused to sign. This theory 
is substantiated by the explanation following, signed by several of 
those named in this list. — Editor.] 



John Ellis 

Oliver Capron 

Seth Ballon 

Ezra Day 

Jeramiah Bullock 

Abiel Knap 

David Hix 

Jacob Mump [I Jump] 



william Aldrich 
Ephram taft 
Aljrham man 
grindnl thayer 
John Cass 
James tilson 
Daniel Cass 
James Ranar 
Ezra Alen 
Joseph Alen 
Nathan harkness 
william gornsy 
Anthone}' harris 
Abraham Randul 
John Cass 
Jonathan Baols 
John martem 
Robart works 
David Russcl 
peter marten 



Jonali twitchel 
Silas taft 
I squire Whipple 
frances Norwood 
Oliver ormsbe 
Joseph cass Juner 
Daniel Cass juner 
Gideon man 
Moses Alen 
Jiedidah Buffum 
Jonathan thurber 
Nathan Bullock 
Nathniel taft 
Ase man 
Semeon thayer 
Joseph Newel 
gorge martem 
thomas Crain 
moses marten 
John marten Juner 



124 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



williain Cook 
Hicliard peters Jiinev 
Samuel Curtis 
Annaiah Aldrich 
Zibe Aldricli 
gorge Cook 
peter Aldrich 
Artemis Aldrich 
paul handy 
Aaron Aldrich 
Joseph wing 
.Jonathan gaskill 
Isreal Philips 
Silas gaskill 
James Below 
liezeriah thurber 
Daniel peters 

August 30"' A D 177(3 



l^uke Cass 
Noah Curtis 
Amriah Curtis 
Aimer Aldrich 
Oliver mason 
Nathan Aldrich 
Uriah harres 
Enoch white 
liolab Smith 
thomas Boen 
John wing 
Jolm Sprague 
thomas horton 
paul Uoyce 
Siles Below 
Jonathan Sweet 



Daniel Read | Silect 
John Danly ) man 

Richmond June the 27'^"' 1776 
To tlie Honble Rrovencil Congress these do Certify the Reason 
Why We the Subscribers do not Sine the Reselutions of the Con- 
gress in taking Up Amies We do not Belive that it is the Will of God 
to take Away the Lives of our fellowcrators not that We Come Out 
Against the Congress or the Amarican Liberties but When Ever 
We are Convinct to the Contory We are Redy to joine our Amarican 
P.rieatlien to Defend by Amies Against the Hostile Attempts of the 
British fleets and Armies 

Amos Boorn Jeains Ballon 

Enoch White William Cook 

Ananias Aldricli Thomas Horten 

I>,uke Cass Anthony Harris 

Uriah Harris Martin Ellis 

(Oliver Mason Simeon thaver 



n EVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



125 



RINDGE 



Abraham Wetlierbee 
AVilliam Carlton 
Benj'* Bancroft 
Amasa Turner 

John Page 

Ebenezer Locke . 

Nathanael Russell 

John Dean 

Enoch Hale 

Edward Jewett 

Abel Stone 

Nathaniel Page 

John Demary 

Jonathan Sawtell 

James Crumbie 

James Pliilbrick 

Paul Fitcli 

James Wood 

Richard Kimball 
John Wetherbee 
John Emery 
Samuel Whiting 
Daniel Rand 
Solomon Rand 
Sanniel Stanley 
Penjamin Love ring 
Joshua Webster 
Joel Russell Juii' 
Abel Platts 
Zebulon Convarse 
IJenjamin gould 
Josiah Ingalls 
Elisha Perkins 



Jeremiah Towjie 
Nehemiah Towne 
John Simonds 
Nathan Hubburd 
John Tonshend 
Jeremiah Chapman 
Jacob Hobbs 
Salmon Stone 
Seth Dean 
Jonathan Sherwin 
W"' Russell 
Solomon Cutler 
John Handsom 
John whitaker 
John Sherwin 
Samuel Tarbell 
Samuel Sherwin 
John Hanaford 
Ebenezer Chaplin 
Penjamiii Peirce 
Ebenezer Davis 
James Cutter 
Oliver Steeveus 
Jer"" Russell 
Joseph Stanley 
Henry Godding 
P^benezer Shaw 
Penj'* Carlton 
Daniel Davis 
Isaac Wood 
Jon'' Ingalls 
Jeremiah Norcrose 
Caleb winn 



120 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Joseph Plats 
Samuel Walker 
Ezekiel Learned 
Richard Kimball Jun"" 
Jonathan Putnam 
David Hale 
Nehemiah Bowers 
Samuel Russell 
Amos Davis 
IMoses Hale 
James Streeter 
James Carlton 
Delivrance Willson 
Jacob Gould 
Israel Adams Ju"" 
John Gray 
David Robbins 
Jonathan Ball 
Ichabod Thomson 
Jephthah Richardson 
Elialiakim Darling 
l^arnabas Gary 
J ehoshaphat Grout 
John Lovejoy 
John Bus well 
Daniel Lake 
Reuben Page 
Timothy Wood 
Israel Adams 
William Robbins 
Abel Perkins 
Joel Russell 
John Eills 
Jonathan Towne 
John Fitch 



Page Norcross 
Aaron Estey 
Simon Davis Jun"" 
Daniel Russell 
Stephen Jewet 
Nath^ Ingalls 
Richard Thompson 
Francis Towne 
William Davis 
George Lake 
Richard Davis 
' Samuel Paig jur 
Jeduthun Stanley 
Elijah Rice 
Caleb Huston 
Nathaniel Thomas 
Oliver Gould 
John Thomson 
Eliezre Coffeen 
Abijah Haskell 
Asa Sherwin 
Benjamian Newman 
John Lovejoy Juner 
Othniel Thomas 
Nehemiah Portter 
Abell Plats ju"^ 
Jonathan Town J' 
Solomon Whitney 
Simon Davis 
Jeabez Norcross 
Samuel Page 
Ezekiel Rand 
Jon'^ Parker .Jun"^ 
Thomas Hutchinson 
Jonth Parker 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



12' 



Asa Tyler 
Ezekiel Jewett 
Simeon Ingalls 
Daniel Grag 
l^evi Mansfield 
David Adams 
Daniel Adams 



Sam" Parker 
Randall Davis 
Menry Smith 
Joshua Tylor 
Wiilam Walton 
Benjamin moore 
Samuel Adams 



Colony of New Hampshire 

Rindge June y'" 1"^ 17 7<) 
in Obedience to the within Request we have Desired all Males in 
this Town to Sign the within Deeleration (Except those that are 
excepted) and they have all Signed 

Edward Jewett ^ Selectmen 
Jonathan Sherwin y of 
Abel Stone J Rindge 

To the Hon"" General Assembly or the Hon" Committee of Safety 
for the Colony of New Hampshire 



ROCHESTER [Copy] 



Eben"" Tebbets 
Samuel Furbur 
Henj'^ Furbur 
I>arn* Palmer 
Daniel Wingate 
W" Evans 
W" Chamberlain 
Rich'^ Furbur 
John Beargin 
Timothy Roberts 
Sam' Plummer 
Lemuel Bickford 
\Vm Xrickey 
John Brewster 



James How 
James Chesley 
Jabez Dame 
William Allen 
Jos'' Pearl 
John Plummer 
W"' M-^Duffee 
John Ham 
Eben'^ Ricker 
Stephen Berrey 
Abner Dame 
John Cook 
Daniel Rogers 
Rich'' Walker 



128 



i; EVOLUTION AKV DOCUMENTS 



Daniel Kimball 
Moses Haniiiiett 
Joseph Dame 
Joseph Haven 
Isaac Wentworth 
Josiah iVIain 
Paul Libbey 
Thomas Roberts 
Sam' Alley 
Daniel (iarland 
Enoch Hoit 
Benj" Fost Jun'' 
I>roa(lstreet French 
David French 
Thomas Ham 
Henry Tebbets 
Thomas Peevey 
W" Wingate 
H unking C'olebroth 
James Rogers 
James Rogers, Tertins 
Samuel Chamberlain 
James Downs 
Ichabod Hayes 
Nath' Watson 
Daniel Hayes 
Ephraim Wentworth 
Dodovah (iarland 
Sam' Twambley 
James Weutwortii 
Stephen Jenkins 
Josiah Fulsom 
Samuel Nute 
lOben"" AN'entworth 
.lames Jacksion 



Benj'' Rollins 
Thomas Plunnner 
Daniel Watson 
Rich'' Wentworth 
Avery Hall 
Wentworth Hayes 
Isaac Libbey 
Mark Hartford 
Jacob Hanson 
James Foster 
Benj'^ P'ost 
Eleaz"" Coleman 
James French 
John Ham Jun' 
Josepli Knight 
James Chamberlain 
W" Knight 
Edw'' Lock 
Charles Knight 
David Laighton 
Samuel Jones 
Moses Horn 
Tho* Davis 
Moses Hayes Jun' 
Nath' Watson Jun' 
John Woodman 
John Trickey 
John Trickey Jun' 
Jon" Twambley 
Job Clements 
Cornelius Jenkins 
Caleb ^^'akeham 
Benj" Twambley 
Reuben Wentworth 
I'eter Horn 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



129 



James Dearing 
Ich'i Rollins 
Moses Hayes 
W'" Jennis Jun'' 
Jolm Knowles 
Ebenezer Cliesley 
Sol" Perkins Jnn'' 
Sam^ AleiTow Jun'' 
James Horn 
John liiciiards Jun' 
Abraham Morrison 
Dan' Pas"e 
Josh'' Downing 
John Xute 
Moses Jennis 
Sam' Robinson 
Paul Jennis 
Josepli Tucker 
Joseph Drown 
Joseph Jiles 
Eben' Place 
Alex'' Hodgdon Jnn"" 
Thomas Brown 
Moses lirown 
Edward Tebbets 
James Rogers Jnn' 
Penj" Hayes 
Joseph Walker 
Ithamar Seavey 
Eben'' Garland 
Jarnes M'^Duffee 
Jolm Jennis 
Rieli'' Nutter 
Jolm Place 
Joseph Walker Jun' 



Eben"" Horn 
Thomas Drew 
W"' Jennis 
James Knowles 
A^''" Ham 
Sol" Perkins 
Sam' Merrow 
Jonathan Richards 
John Richards 
Thomas Furbur 
Jonatlian Morrison 
Josepli Page 
Aaron Jennis 
Simon French 
David Jennis 
A\'"' Hodgdon 
Solomon Drown 
W" M-Xeal 
Aaron Ham 
Rich" Place 
Alex'" Hodgdon 
Benj'' Hoit 
John Hannnett 
Jon--* Bickford 
George Place 
Jon-"" Ham 

Samuel Drown 

Joseph Hayes 

Sam' Seavey 

Diamond Pearl 

Turner Whitehouse 

Elijah Varney 

Henry Allard 

Ephraim Ham 

Robert Walker 



130 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Richard Furbur J"" 
Joseph Thompson 
Keuben Heard Jim'" 
]\euben Heard 
Moses Roberts 
Gershom Downs 
Lemuel ]^ichanlson 
lienj-' Copps 
George Willand 
Caleb Jackson 
Eben"" Place Jnn"" 
Abraham Cook 
Joseph Jones 
Sam^ Wingate Jim"" 
Joshua Cossen 

The following persons Refuse 
James Allen 
Ichabod Cossen 
Tho^ Trickey 
Samuel AVingate 
Joseph Heard 
Tristram Pleard 
IJenj-'^ Bickford 
Jonathan Hodgdon 
Sam' Downing 
Joshua Knight 
Steplien Went worth 



Beard Plummer 
John Heard 
Zebulon Dame 
Josiah Wentworth 
Jotham Nutter 
John Randell 
Closes Downs 
Joseph Plummer 
Jonathan Pinkham 
Samuel Twambley J^' 
Zebulon Davis 
Edmond Tebbets 
Elihu Wentworth 
Nicholas Wentworth 
Thomas P)rown Jun* 

to sign the Annexed association 
John Withrell 
Morris Ellis 
Solomon Clark 
Daniel Jennis 
Benj'* Heard 
Nath' Garland 
Abraham Pearl 
Will'" Ellis 
Jon=^ Elhs 
Edward Varney 
Benj''^ Dame 



The undernamed persons are of the Society of Friends and do not 
Choose to sign 

Elijah Tebbets P^lijah Tebbets Jun'' 

John 'J'ebbets Ezekiel Tebbets 

Joseph Tebbets Muzzey Gould 

David Tebbets Robert Tebbets 

Mordecai Varney David Varney 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



131 



Moses Varney 
Moses Austin 
John Cloutman 
Jonathan Dame 
lienj-^ Meeder 
Jon'^ Meeder 

Rochester 15"' Oct' 1776 
a True coppy attest 



Sam" Jenness 
James Perkins 
Isaac Dow 
Sam" Seavey Jun^" 
Natlmn Towl 
Jeremiah Berry Juner 
Nathan Goss 
James Lock 
James Goss 
l^evi Towl 
Jonathan Lock 
fFohn Jenness 
Jon* Jenness 
Job Brown 
Nicholas Dolbar 
Joel ame [Amy] 
Samuel Wells 
merifeld Berry 
Benjamen Marden 
Samuel mardon 
Bobert Sanders Jun'' 
Sam" murry 
I>en marden 
Joatham berry 



Moses Varney Jun'" 
Eben"" Varney 
Thomas C'loutman 
Isaac Twambley 
Nath^ Meeder 
Joseph INIeeder 

By order of the Committee 



RYE 



Eben' Tebbets CP 



W"' Daviso)! 
Jonathan Brown 
Moses Seavey 
Robinson Treferrin 
Samul Sevey 
Benjamin Garland 
Peter Johnson 
Joshua Lock 
John Blunt 
Simeon Towle 
Trustham Sleeper 
Francis Jenness 
Frances Jenness Jur' 
Bickford Lang 
Joseph Sevey 
Ozem Dowse Juner 
Jona,than Goss 
Joseph Parsons 
Nathaniel Mardeen juiu'v 
Robart Sandrs 
William marden 
Simon Johnson 
Job foss 
(Jeorge Randall 



132 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Joseph Hall 
Jacob Berey 
Joseph Mardeii 
James Hobbs 
Benjamhi nuirden 3 
Joseph Lock Juiir 
Richard Lock 3 
Ahixander Salter 
William Seavey Jiui' 
Josep Rand 
Amos Seavey 
Samuel doust foss 
John Webster 
Joseph Rand 
Daniel Moulton 
William Seavey 
Samuel Wallis 
John Rand 
Ephriam Daveas 
Solomon verrell 
Jonathan Philbrick 
John jennes 
Rich'^ Jennes 3'^ 
titus Philbrick 
l^'eter Johnson seyner 
Nehemiah Moulton 
David Lock 
Elijah ]>ock 
Job Jennes Jun 
John Rand 
Nathaniel marden 
Joseph Seavey 
wallis foss 
Richard Jennes 
Henry elkins 



Jonathan Towl Jnr 

David Smith Juner 

Nathanel Rand 

John Lock J oner 

Jeremiah Lock 

Richard Lock 

Joseph Lock 

Samuel knowles ju' 

Samuel hutch in 
Arther Lebbee 

James Seavey 
Paul Seavey 
Ebenezer AVallis 
IMark P.andall 
Thomas W arson 
Elexandr Leear 
Samuel Wallis Jun'' 
William Berry Jun"" 
Levi Goss 
Reuben Moulton 
Nathaniel Jennes 
Sam* Jenness Junr 
Job Jennes 
Elijah Lock 
Peter (larland 
william wormwoi xl 
Joseph Philbrick 
Mikel Dalton 
Jonathan hobbs 
nathenill Rand 
William Morrison 
Joseph yeaten 
Rich'' Jenness J' 
Jeremiah Berry 
abraham Libbee 



REVOLUTION A R Y DO( ' U M EM TS 



133 



Simon Galland [Garland] 
Samuel Kand 
Heuben Pliilbrick 



Samuel Knovvles 
Samuel Elkins 



According To the above Preserp We the Saied Seleck men of Rye 
lias apilied To the in habtince of Saied town and Sinied the above 
Preseip in full 

Joseph Jenness") 

Nathl Rand )> Seleck men 

Richard Brown J 



SALEM 



William Hall 
P^van Jones 
Joseph Sanders 
Daniel Gordon 
Rapha Hall 
Moody Morss 
Rich*^ Dow Ju' 
Nath" Dow 
'losiah Hardy 
Richard Dow 
Alexander Gorden 
Timothy Sargeant 
Seth Patee 
John Woodbury 
Joseph PIull Jun'" 
John merill 
Daniel Corlis 
Solomon Cole 

His 

iJich'' y Kelly 

mark 

Timothy Duston 
Daniel Ladd 
Timothy Johnson 



Amos Dow 

Nathaniel AVoodman 

Jonathan massey 

Benjamen wodbry 

Jonathan Corlis 

Jon*'' Wheeler 

Jacob Hardy 

John Morland 

Zech woodbery 

Simon Johnson 

Phinehas Swan 

Abraham Amy 
Israel Woodbury 
John merill J"" 
Jesse Merrill 

Timothy merrill 
Abraham Dow 
James Sanders 
Jonathan gorden 
Israel young 
James Hastinges .lunr 
Daniel Massey 
John l)ayley 



134 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Jiichard Kimball 
AVilliam Tapley 
Stephen Currier 
Abiel Cross 

his 

Josiali X Ivowel 

mark 

Xatli" nierrill 
Israel Hull 
Richard Hennesee 
Stephen wheeler 
James hall 
Samuel Kelly 
Jess Smith 
Timothy Swan Juner 
James Hastinges 
Caleb Dust on 

his 

Joshua X Bayley Ju'' 

mark 

David Copp 

Samuel Johnson 

John Johnson 

Jonathan Hesseltine Juner 

Phinehas gorden 

Jonathan Baley 

Joseph Wright 

Timothy Swan 

Asa mors 

James moorland 

Simon Bradford 

John Corning 

William Smith 

Asa Colles 

itichard messer 

David Bay ley 

Jonathan Hesseltine 



Percy Dow 
John Bay ley Juner 
Oliver Kimball 
william Bay ley 
John Smith 
David Nevens 
Samson Wheeler 
Abner wheeler 
William Smith 
Nath" Belknap 
Obadiali Eastman 
Thomas Dow 
Jeremiah Dow 
Joseph Carlton 
Benoni Howell 
Jere — Foster 
Henry Little 
Abbit Pettengill 
Asael Smith 
John Kinkead 
Samuel Day 
Joseph Perkins 
Joshua Swan 
Solomon Smith 
William iNIoorland 
Jolni Bradford 
Thmas macglaton 
Josej^h Cresey 
AVilliam gordon 
John moor Bay ley 
Nehemiah Stanwood 
Barnard Kimball 
thomos silver 
Abijah Wheelr 
James Webster 



REVOLUTIONAIIY DOCUMENTS 



135 



Daniel Haseltine his 

Benj* wheelir 

Asa Dow 

James Corlis x his Marl 

John Carlton 

Silas Wheeler 
Eliphalet Knight 
Natl Woodbery 
Daniel Merrill 
Hugh Campbell J-- 
Josliua Baley 
Asa Howell 
Henry Lankeest 
willan Sanders 

his 

Abiel X Astin 

mart 

William Cloiigh .f 
John Lovet 
Adam Cole 
Joshua Hall 
Josiah clough 
Joseph Hariess 
Christopher Clment 
Jonathan Bayley jur 
Henry Woodbery 

his 

Jonatlian X Stevens 

mark 

Benjamin Bixby Ju' 
Natli'i Gorrell ' 
Nathan Webster 



JNIark Benj'^ Bixby 

Dudley Currier 
John Currier 
Tho** Robinson 
Joseph Hull 
Hugh Campbll 
Andrew Campbll 
Peter Duston 
John Lankster 
Abner Bayley 
Sam^i Sanders 
John Asten 
John Clough 
I^arley merrill 
Oliver Kimball juner 
Willam Ayer 
Isarel ober 
William Climent 
Josiah Thissel 
John lowel juner 
Samuel Ayer 
David merrill 
Edward Patee 
John Ellin \\'ood 
Benj'^ Rawlings 
Joseph ordway 
Matthow Taylor 
Jonathan Smith 
John Currier 
Calab : :\rarble 



To the Honorable the Committee of Safety for the Colony of 
iNew Hamshire Gent. 

tl, ^T *'';.*;,"'««='*"^'-*^ '>»""g >^I'ewn tl.e Declaration commonh calle.I 
the Test-BUl to the Inhabitants of Salem «. by your Honors directed 
have found a Number who have neglected to sign s" Test-Bill whos 
Names are as follow viz 



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KKVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



liubert Young 
William l^eecli 
Joseph Merril 
I^^benezer Woodbeny 
David Hall 
John Reitli ? 
William Clough 
Webster Emerson 
Oliver Saunders 
Deac" John Kelley 
,R)hn Ashby 
Daniel Peasley Esq' 
John Chase 
Capt. John AUein 
Henry Saunders 
Phillip Kowel 
William Thorn 
Daniel Silver J' 
Dated Salem Aue' 27: 177G 



Jesse Webster 

Deac" Thomas Douglass 

Peter Merril 

Joshua Heath 

Deac" John Hall 

Nathan Asten 

Daniel Silver 

Cornett Jonathan Tenny 

Ebenezer Page 

Enos Webster 

Sam^ Hilton 

Sam^ Clement 

John Clement 

Robert Ellingwood 

Josiah Rowel Jun' 

.lacob Rowel 

Joseph Leech 

WiUiam Hall ^ Select Men 
Amos Dow y of 

Richard MesserJ Salem 



SALISBURY 



Ebenezer Johnson 
John Collins 
William Nuton 
Job Heath 
John Jemson 
Jacob True 
Moses Elkins 
Ebenezer Webster 
Andrew Pettengill 
Leonard Judkins 
I'^dward Eastman 
Benj" Huntoon 



Sam Scribner 
Reuben Greele 
Renj'^ Bean 
Phinehas Bean 
John Sanborn 
John Gale 
Jonathan Searle 
Robert Smith 
William Calef 
J onathan Eifield 
Shubael Grele 
Jonathan Cram 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



137 



i)iivi(l Pettengill 

John How 

Jacob Garland 

Jolm fifeld 

abel Tandey 

Edward fifield 

Eplirahani Heatli 

Eben tucker 

Jlezekiah Foster 

Iddo Scrilmer 

Obadiah Peters lifieid 
Edward Scribner 
jolm scribner 
mosses sawyer 
P)engman grele 
ephraim Colby 
Andrew Bohonon J 
Andrew l^onohon 
Moses Selley 
Nathan Colby 
Stephen Call 
Jolm Bo win 
Joseph Basford 
John Webster 
llobard Barber 
Matthew Pettengill 
Keuben hoit 
Abel Elkins 
Kicheard Purmort 



Joseph Bartlett 
AVilliam webster 

William Eastman 

William Searle 

Jeremiah Webster 

moses garland 

Ezra tucker 

Nathaniel Meloon 

Nathaniel Meloon Ju 

John Been 

Benjamin Screbnenr 

Edward scribner juner 

Joseph mars ton 

John Challis 

John fellows 

John Webster j' 

Annieas Bohonan 

Daniel Hunton 

CTideon Dow 
Jacob Cochran 
Joseph French 
Jecob Bohonon 
Benj'' Sanborn 
Daniel Scniell 
isrell Webster 
Nathaniel Mrston 
Ebenezer Clifferd 
Joseph Fifield 
Abraham Fifield 
Daniel warran 



Cutteing Stevens 

this may Seartfie the Genereal Assemby or Commitey of saftey of 
the Colney of New Hampshire that we the subscribers Have oflord 
the within Declaration to the Inhabatants of the Town of Salisbury 
and tha Sign freely (mr Sinkler Bean and Joseph ]>,ean Esq' Exepted) 

SaKsbury Sept: 12 : 1776 Ebenezer Webster ) Select men 

Jonathan Fifield i for Salisbury 



138 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



SANBORN TON 



* Joseph Woodman 

* Nicholas Clark 

* Robert Smart 

* Nat' P>urley 

* Stephen Burley 

* John Clark 
I)enjamin Darling 
.lames Cates 
John Johnson 
David Ran 

* Enoch Ealy 

* James Cates Jun' 
Aaron Samborn 
Dan' Sanborn 
Josiah Samborn 
James Gibson 

* John Colby 

* Joseph Clark 

* A\lll'" Durgin Jun' 

* Ebn'' Eastman 

* Benjamin Sanborn 

* Moses Oilman 

* John Gale 

* William Hayes Jun' 

* Andrew Jewett 

* Edward Kelly 

* Sam' JNIorrison 

* Abijah Sanborn 

* Ichabod Swain 

* John Thorn 

* Charles Thomas 

* Eben'' Sanborn 

* Nath' Tilton 



* Benjamin Colby 

* Josiah Emery 

* Eliphelit l>rown 

* Jacob Bumford 

* John Bryer 

* Isaac Colby 
william tomson 
Rich'' Beacham 
Satchel Clark 
John folsom 

* David Dustin 
Stephen Gale 
Jonathan Taylor 
Chase Taylor 
Jacob Smitli 
Ebenezer INIorroson 

* Elisha Cates 

* Jon'^ Chase 

* Josiah miles Jun' 

* Dan' fifeld 

* Caleb Gilman 

* Joseph Gihnan 

* Dan' Gale 

* Joseph Hoit 

* Nicholas Giles 

* Gedion Levitt 

* Jotham liawlins 

* Jon'' Smith Jun'' 

* Timothy Smith 

* Moses Thomson 

* Cole Weeks 

* John Lane 
Enoch Cats 



* All in the same haiulwritina:. 



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139 



Philip Hunt 
Dan^ I-'ary 
Samuel Harper 
Theo Rundlet 
Thomas Crichet 
l^^lisha smith 
Moses Uauforth 



Moses Rendal 
John Robinson 
Jonathan Cass 
Tliomes Sinklar 
Solomon Copp 
Josiah Samborn 
Eben'' Gove 



July the 3'^ 177B Pursuant to the Within Request the Inhabetants 
of Said Sandbprnton have all Except one Benjamin IToit Severaly 
Subscribed their Names hereunto 

Aaron Samborn in behalf 

of the Select men 

To the Hor^'' Oeneral Court or Connnittee of Saftey of the Colony 
of New Plampshire — 



Samuel X liean 

mark 

Peter Colby 
Orlando Colby 
Reuben Clough 
Zacheus Hunt 
Robet Collins 
Ednnind James 
Daniel Watson 
Samuel Judkins 
JNIoses Hooke 
Timothy Tilton 
Samuel Sleeper 
Jethro Sanborn 
Isaac Ladd 
Joseph Draper 
Jonathan Huse 



SANDOWN 



John Colbv 
David I>ennet 
David Sargent 
Josiah Cotton 
James Trussell 
Henry Page 
Eben Colby 
Stephen Long 
IJenjamin flanders 
Sherburne Sanborn 
David Sanborn 
John Sleeper 
Shrburne Tilton 
Oliver Smith IJlake 
Nath" Ingalls 
lienjamin Colbey 
Jon*^ Colbev Sen'' 



140 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



David Straw 
Daniel Stanford 
Thomos Wells 
Isrel IT use 
s argent wells 
Benjamin wells 
William been 
Edwerd lUissell 
Joethent Straw 
John I'ueker 
Jacob Tucker 
John Pervere 
Maseek Gordy 
John Tilton 

David I'ilton 

Samuel Ingalls 

Isaac Dow 

Joshua George 

-lohn Collins 

theophilus Grifen 

Peter Grifen 

Asa Heath 

Samuel wyatt 

Nathan Hunt 

John Hearsee 

Samuel Hearsee 

Nath'^ french 

John Sanborn 

Moses Sanbon 

Daniel Davis 

Samuel Sanborn 

Abraham Hook 

Josepli Bay ley 

tliomas fallows 
lienjajamin Pilsbery 



Cliarles Pressey 
William Rowel 
Spencer Bennet 
Jacob Wells 
Phinehas bachelder 
Nathaniel Bussell ju'" 
Nathaniel Busel 
Zebediah watson 
Ebenezer tucker 
John Straw 
William ferren 
Robert Craford 

Benj'' Hunkins 

John fuller 

Ezekiel Eaton 

David INIoulton 

Jonathan Whiteaker 

Joshua Harriman 

thomas Ch'ifen 

moses heath 

moses grifen 

Humphry C lough 

Samuel Pulmmer 

Daniel Kelly 

Samuel Dan els 

Benjamin Taylor 

Da^ Sleeper 

Josiah fowler 

liichard (Jrefin 

Josepli Tilton 

Thomas ("liase 

Edward Edmands 

Timothy Eallows 

Josepli Hunt 
K\a Dow 



RE VOLUTION AH V DOCUMENTS 



141 



In obediance to the Within We have Requested the parish to Sign 
this Instrument and in obediance the parish have all Signed but 
those whose names are here under written 

iNIoses Hook \ Select men 
Reuben Clough V of 
Ela Dow J Sandown 

The Kanies of those that Refused to Sio-n: 

Ichabod Shaw Esq Benjamin Shaw 

Cornet Daniel Fitts Thomas Cotton 

AMlliani Wooderd Folensby Shaw 

.Joshua Stevens 
Samuel Stevens did not Sign but is Since gon into the war 



SANDWICH 



Isaac George 
Henry Weed 
Jeremiah Page 
Christopher tapan 
Samuel Brown 
John Page 
Jacob Smith 
Simeon Smith 
Enoch True 
tliomas Bei'ly 
Elias Ladd 
Nathaniel P^lbridge 
John Glidden 
Edward Smith 
Jeremiah Hilton 
Micali Rice 
Benj'^ Blanchard 
Edwad wells 
Nath'^ Scribner 
Elias Ladd Ju'' 



Nathaniel Knowls 
Richard Sinkler 
David Bean 
Bagly Welch 
Jonathan Page 
John Present 

his 

Iseriel X gill man 

mark 

Eliphelet Maxfild 
Joseph Hoyt 
Daniel Beede 
Elias Smith 

his 

benj-' X atkeuson 

nuuk 

Benj'' Jjean 
John Ladd 
Daniel Beede J' 
Joshua Prescutt 
Josiali Bean 



142 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



In Persuance of the within Ivequest we have ask'' all Male Inliab- 
atanee of Sandwich which are above twenty one years old to Sign 
the within Decleration 

The Names of those that Refuse to Sign are as followeth Viz — 



Jacob Jewell 
Moses weed 
Henry Weed J' 
Jacob Weed 
Aaron Beede 



June the 15'" 1776 



Test 



Benjamin Scribner 
Nath' Aveed 
Mark Jewell 
Nathan Beede 

Mark Jewl | Select Men 

Joshua Prescut i of Sandwich 



SEABROOK 



Daniel Smith 
Winthrop Eaton 
Timothy Brown 
Joshua Eaton 
Nathan Green 
Jonatlian Weare Jun'' 
William Hook 
Samuel Walton 
Asahel Green 
Eliphe iNIerrill 
Samuel Silley 
John Selly 
Joseph falch 
wimon Eaton 
John Smith 
Trustram Eaton 
Samuel Perley. V, 1). M. 
Abiathar merrill 
Daniel Hook 
David Dow 
Benjamin Leavitt 



Ephraim Eaton 
Jacob Selly 
Samuel falch 
Samuel Eaton 
Winthrop Gove 
Benjiman Eaton 
Thomas Selley 

mark 

David X Eaton 

his 

Jonathan Walton 
Richard Smith 
thomas Selly jun'' 
John Eaton 
Jabez Eaton 
Rich^' Tobie 
Joseph Norton 
Daniel Perkins 
Jonathan Chase Juner 
Joseph Hook 
Enoch Gove . 
Henry Robie 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



143 



Paul Greenleaf 
Ebenezer fogg 
John Brown 
Adonijali Morrill 
Nehemiah Chase 
Thomas True 
Daniel Chase 
John Chase 
Robert Page 

his 

James Noies X Pervier 

miirk 

Joseph Page 
Jacob french 



Joseph Gove 
Jeremiah Dow 
John fellows 
Charles Chase 
Isaac Brown 
Elisha Brown 
Elijah Cram 
John Eaton 
Nathan Gove 
Bradbury Hardy 

his 

Jonathan X Hardy 

mark 

Jonathan Weare 



SOUTH HAMPTON 



P White 

Henry French Jii"" 
obadiah french 
Elihu French 
lieuben Currier 
Timothy Huntington 
William Graves 
David Graves 
Samuel Peirce 
Humphry Peirce 



Henry french 
James French 
Daniel French 
Isaac Brown 
Rob* Long 
Nathaniel Flanders 
Josiah Rogers 
Stephen Rogers 
William Cooper 
Moses Peirce 



Provided that the act or advice of the Said 
(Continental Congress be complied wi 
Respecting minute men 



lid ] 

ith y 



I Subscribe 
Moses Flanders 



humpheery Peirce Jun'' 
Richard Fitts 
Eliphelet Merrill 
Philip flanders 
Josiah Sawyer 
Israel Sawyer 



Tho^ Shepherd 
Nathaniel Fitts 
James Hadlock 
Jacob Jones 
Richard Sawyer 
Ezekiel Clough mr 



144 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Nathan CiiiTier 
John Cnrrier 
Levi Hadlock 
Joh Pilsbery 
Parker Flanders 
Ezekiel Flanders 
Daniel Jones 
Nathaniel Rowell 
Jonathan Dow 
Edmnnd Pilsbury 
Ephraini Carter 
Abel I)ro\\'n 
thomus tuxbny 
onesiphorns Page 
llich'^ ColUns 
Ezekiel French 
Joseph Jones 
liarnard flanders 
Thomas Currier 
Benjamin IJrown 
Richard (ireele 
Jacob Dole 
Ebenezer French Jun' 
l>enjm" Barnard 
Eliphelet Merrill Ju'' 
^\'illiam Clough 



Challis Currier 

Richard Currier 

Jacob Rarnard 

Enos George 

Er Colby 

Timothy Flanders 

Nicholas Currier 

Isaiah Dole 

Timothy huntinton 

Barnard Cui-rier 

Abel french 

Benjamin Clough 

N Noyes 

Merrill Flanders 

Richard Currier Flanders 

Philip Osgood 

Joseph Jones Jr 

Joseph Merrill 

Philip flanders 

Jon'^ ]*rasa 

Enock Page 

jNIoses french 

Daniel Page 

Henery Juell 

Josiah flanders 

Daniel Colbv 



Colony of New Hampshire 

South Hampton June 24"' 1770 
Affreable to the within we have Desired the males in s'^ Town to 
sign the decleration on this paper — It hath Been Complied with by 
all so desired Exceptmg those whose names are here after mentioned — 

Jeremiah flanders Isaiah flanders 

Jeremiah flanders Ju' Christopher flanders 

Abel french 
Joseph Merrill 



Select Men 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



145 



STIiATHAM 



Daniel Clark 
Samuel Foster 
Daniel french 
Sam' Lane Jun'" 
James Kelley 
Simon Wio-p-in 
Mark Wig-o-in 
Joshua Avery 
Dudley L Chase 
David Smith 
Elisha French 
Samuel Boynton 
Benjamin Barker 
Joseph Adams Jun' 
Thomas Odel 
John Stockbridge 
Jonathan Levitt Jun"" 
Daniel Pickerin 
Issace C foss 
Henry Kenniston 
Joseph Hills 
Samuel Piper Jun"" 
John Burley 
Joseph Adams 
Daniel mason 
Joseph Stevens 
Joshua Rawlins 
tuftin Wiggin 
And" wiggin Jon"" 
Joseph Smith 
John Taylor 
francis Mason 
Benjmin Leavitt 



Andrew french Jun' 
William Chase 
Joshua Lane 
Benjamin Green 
John Dearborn 
Nich« Rowlino-s 
Abraham Tilton 
Samuel Piper 
Stephen Cate 
Noah Wiggin 
Samuel Giles 
Joseph Clark Jun 
Samuel Lane 
Tuftin Wiggin Jun*" 
Winthrop Wiggin 
Jonathan Piper Ju"" 
Chase Wiggin 
John Piper 

Bickford Kennison 
John foss 

John Crockett 

David Crockett 

Samuel Wiggin 

John Ludy [?J 

William Moore Ser 

Samuell Goodwin 

John Robinson 

Wheler Burly 

Joseph mason Jun'' 

David Burly 

Jonathan Rawlings 

David Jewell 

Edward Taylor 



146 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Jotham Rawllins 
Jacob Rundlet 
Ezra Barker 
Ford Merrill 
Joses Randall 
William Galley jr 
David Hannaford 
William French Ju^ 
Sam^^ Chapman 
Josiah Thirston 
John Sinkler 
Sara Leavitt 
Moses Chase 
Samuel Calley 
John Rundlet 
Jonathan Leavitt 
Rich'' Rust 
Jonathan Wiggin 
Joseph Hendrason 
Harvey Moore 
William Pottle 
John Avery 
Richard wiggin 
Samuel Smith 
Benjamin Merrill 
W'" Pottle Ju' 
Joseph Merrill 
Seargeant Whitcher 
Israel Stockbridg 
Abraham Stockbridge 
Thomas Vezey Juner 
Ephram Crocket 
John Mariner 



Taylor Clark 
Jonathnan Hoit 
Jonathan Robinson 
Josiah Leavitt 
niatthew Tomson 
Jonathan Sibley 
Joseph Norris 
John Lavitt 
Jos*^ Wingate 
Daniel Jewell 
Jonathan Chase Juner 
Thomas Veasey 
Joseph fifield 
Edward Mason 
William Calley 
William Moore 
waiter wiggin 
Cotton Dockum 
Jude Allen Jun"" 
John Stockbridge junr 
Andrew French 
William French 
Solomon Smith Juner 
David Robinson 
James Merill 
Josiah Allen 
And''' Wiggin Tertius 
Joseph Clark 
Jacob Jewell 
Nathanel Wiggin the 3 
Jonathan Piper 
William Belagh 



REVOLUTIONAKY DOCUMENTS 



147 



agrable to the Instructions given us we the Select men and Com- 
metie have Done all in our poW^ for the purpose Within Mentioned 
and all the persons within are Volintary Signers 
Stratham September y« 3'' 1776 

Simon Wiggin ^ 

Daniel Clark I 

Jonathan Wiggin I Select men 

Moses Clark C^ Com"^*® 

Nich* Rowlings 

Jonathan Robinsonj 



Ebenezer Barker 

Moses Clark 

John Clark 

James Darborn 

Daniel Hoyet 

Nathan Hoag a frind 

William Hash 

Jacob Low 

Elijah Meader 

Cor Thomas Moore 

Peter Moore 

Cap* George March 

Nicholas Meriner 

Stephen j^iper 
Samuel pottel 
Richard Scammon 
Isaac Stockbrige 
Stephen Thurston 
Samuel Wiggin Jun"" 
Nathaniel Wiggin Jun' 
Doc* Samuel Shepard 



Nathan Barker 
Jonathan Chase 
Edward Chase 
Cap* Joseph Hoyet 
Joseph Hoag 
John Hill 
Jonathan Jewett 
Enoch Merrill 
Thomas Moore 
William Moore 3** 
Joseph Mason 
Enoch Merrill Jun"" 
Nathaniel piper 
Nathan piper 
Benjamin piper 
Richard Sincklear 
Nathaniel Stevens 
Andrew Wiggin 
Joseph Wiggin 
Rev** pain Wingate 
Nathaniel Wig-p-in 



148 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



the above Names aie those that Refuse to Sign the Association 
paper from yr Humble Servts 
Stratham September y*" 3'^ 1776 

Simon Wiggin ^ 
Daniel Clark 
Jonathan Wiggin 
Moses Clarke 
Nich* Rowlings 
Jonathan Robinsonj 

SUNAPEE [SAVILLE] 



Select men 
& Com'«« 



Robert Woodward 
William mack Breney 
Samuel Gunnison 
Josph Lear 

mark 

Elezer X Sisco 

his 

Benjamin thurber 
Samuel thurber 
Daniel Sheburne 
William Lang 
michael Bowden 



the Inhabitants of Savill that 
Association 



John B evens 
Ephraim Bradbury 
Georg Walker Lear 

mark 

Benjman X howord 

his 

Joshua Gage 
Daniel Grendel 

mark 

W" X Sisco 

bis 

benjman Rand 

Savill July y« 15 1776 
is required have all Signed this 

Sam^^ Gunnison ) In behalf 
Benjamin thurber \ of Saville 



SURRY 



Woolston Brockway 
Samuel Smith 
Jonathan Carpenter 
Abia Crane 



Joshua Darte 
Nathan Hayward 
Jonathan Smith 
Jonathan Smith jr 



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149 



John jVPCurdy 
Joseph whitney 
Nathaniel Darte 
Peter Hayward 
Obadiah Willcox 
Joshua fuller 
moses ware 
Delavarn Delelanee 
Eliphalet Darte 
Moses D Field 
Thoiuas Redding 
Job Gleason 
Abner Skinner 
Hiram Chapin 
thomas Harvey 
Nathan Carpenter 
Charls Rice 



„ ,, , • I Cheshire ss Surry may 31** Ad 1776 

New Hampshire ) 

in Complyence with the within Request we have offord the Same 
to Evary person Required and no one has Refus'd to Signe it 

obadiah willcox \ 

Thomas Harvy / Select men 

Thomas Dart ^ 

TEMPLE 

We the Subscribers, do hereby solemnly Profess our Intire willing- 
ness, at the Risque of our Lives and Fortunes, with Arms, to oppose 
the Hostile Attempts of the British Fleets, and Armies, against the 
United American Colonies, when Ever And to such A Degree as 
Such Attempts of Britain may Require 

Joshua Todd NatW^ Ball 

Ezekiel goodale Francis Blood 

Stephen Parlin Samuel Webster 



Samuel M*=Curdy 
Willim hayward 
Joshua Darte Juner 
Thomas Smith 
Ichabod Smith 
Tho* Darte 
William Barran 
John Marvin 
Abel Allen 
Ebenezer Daniels 
Obadiah Willcox J"^ 
Justus Chapin 
Job Gleason Jun^ 
Aaron Chapin 
Cornelius Smith 
Joshua Fuller Jr 
Benjamin Carpenter 

Province of 



150 



KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Gershom Drury 
Peter Wheeler 
Arcliilaus Cummings 
Zecliariah Emery 
Benj'' Byam 
John Everett 
Eldad Spafford 
Aaron Marshall 
Abraham Shelden 
Francis Cragin 
Peter Davis 
Elias Colbiirn 
Peter Wheeler Jun 
Ephraim Heald 
Ebenezer Drury 
Joshua Foster 
Stephen Cobb 
David Townsend 
Benjamin Tenney 
Siles Richard Stickny 
Joseph Richardson 
Jonathan Drury 
William manser 
Joseph Richards 
Samuel Holt 
Ephraim Brown 
Caleb maynard 
John Stiles 
Enos Goodale 
John Start 
Joshua Felt 
Abijah Goold 
Eliot powers 
Abraham Dinsmore 
Aaron Felt 



Oliver Heald 
Ezekiel Jewet 
Peter Felt 
Zedekiah Drury 
Jonathan Avery 
Silas Angier 
John Cragin 
Thomas Marshall 
Caleb Bancroft 
Jonathan morse 
James Foster 
Robert Fletcher 
John Cragin Jr 
Stephen Putnam 
Joseph Heald 
Isaac Brewer 
William Drury 
Amos Emery 
Zebadiah Johnson 
John Brown 
Peter Heald 
Benj'* Cutter 
Samuel Burnap 
Samuel Howard 
Josiah Stone 
Benf Cragin 
Ebenezer Cobb 
Zebadiah Dinsmore 
Gorg Start 
David fuller 
Seth Cobb 
Jacob Foster 
David Spafford 
Archelas Willson 
Giddeon Powers 



REVOLUTIONAKY DOCUMENTS 151 

Elijah mansfield Daniel How 

Timothy Asteii John Patten 

Natel [Nathaniel] Shattuck Stephen sonders 

Andrew Law Peter Brown 

the Following Persons Refuse to Sign Any Association to Defend 
America by armes against the Hostile Attempts of Britain 

Joseph Putnam Jacob Putnam 

Joseph Gibbs 

To the general Assembly or Committee of Safety for New ham- 
shire — 

We produced to the Inhabitants of this Town in Town Meeting 
the Paper proposed by the Committee of Safety to be Sign*^ by the 
Inhabitants of this Colony. Few, if any of the Inhabitants were 
willing to engage, & promis as there proposed, to oppose by Arms to 
the utmost of their power the hostile Attempts of y** British Fleets 
& Armies — As this seem'd to the Inhabitants plainly to imply Som- 
thing far more than any common Enlistment into the Service, ever 
engaging as Soldiers directly & during the Continuance of the war, 
as well as exerting ouer selves faithfully when engaged ; this at 
least, being within the Compass of our power. But it did not ap- 
pear to the Inhabitants prudent or Necessary for any, or in any De- 
gree lawfuU for all thus to engage. The Town directly adopted the 
Form of Association Sign'd on this paper which they & we hope 
expresses all Required by the general Congress. 

John Crasfin \ o i ^ 

f Select men 



Oliver Heald , n m ^ 
^ ^ I for lemple 

Georg Start j 



UNITY 



Nathanel Hunton Amos Chase 

Moses Thirston Jacob Smith 

Charles Huntoon Daniel moodey 

Philip Huntoon Josiah Moody 



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REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Simeon Giden [Glidden] 
Caleb Hiintoon 
Samuel Hunton 
Nathaniel Lad 
Samuel weed 
Abner Chase 
Mosses Gary 
Andrew Glidden 
John Huntoon 



Rich Brown 
David Weed 
Elijah Weed 
Abner Currier 
Joseph gliden 
Abraham Sandborn 
David Weed juner 
John Lad 
Richard moody 



The Names of those persons Who Refuse'd to Sign the within 
Declaration 



Jonathan Glidden 
Rich'^ Glidden 



Sam" Judkins 
James Ladd 

David Weed ) Select men of the 

Nathanel Hunton ) Town of Unity 



WAKEFIELD 



David Copp 
John Wentworth 
Simeon Dearborn 
Joseph Maleham 
Ebenezer Cook 
William Moor 
Richard york 
John hills 
Elisha Piper 
Nathanael Balch Jur 
Nathan Mordogh 
John Cook 
Benjamin Philbrook 
Samuel Sherborne 
Jeremiah Gilman 
Jeremiah Gilman J'' 
Jonathan Gilman 



Nath^i Balch 
Samuel Willey 
Joseph Parkins 
John Home 
Daniel Hall 
Jacob Wiggin 
Wm Blasdell 
John Carr 
David Ham 
Samuel Allen Ju'" 
Eliphalet Quimby 
John Wingate 
Eliphalet Philbrook 
Richer york 
Samuel haines 
Andrew Gilman 
John Gilman 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



153 



Noah Kimball 
Isiah Wiggin 
Joseph Haines 
Moses Copps 
Joseph Sanborn 
Robert Hardy 
Thomas Parkines 
Jonathan Copp 
John Kimball 
Clemt steel 
Samuel Allen 
Josiah Page 
Simeon Wiggin 
Henery Rolens 



Jonathan Gilman J^ 
Benjamin Perkins 
John York 
Samuel Hall 
Stephen Hawkens 
Joseph Leavit 
Nathanael Cook 
Jon* Palmer 
Samuel Scribner 
Ben kinnem [?] 
Clemt steel Jur 
Abner Allen 
Tobias Hanson 
Reuben Davis 



According to the Request of the Honourable Committy of Safty 
for the Coloney of New hampshiare this instrement has ben per- 
sented to the inhabants of this town and unavaseley aproved of and 
Sind by them 

Wakefield Septem'^' th 11 day 1776 

Jacob Wiggin 



Nathan Mordogh 



> Select men 



WEARE 



thomas Worthly 
Sam^ Caldwell 
Ephraim Jones 
Jesse Blake 
Ezekiel Kimball 
Ezekiel Carr 
Winthrop Clough 
Jeremiah Page 
Benjamin Page 
Ezra Pillsbery 
Ithamar Eaton 



William Dusten 
John Robie 
Salvenus Emery 
John Blake 
thomas kimBall 
Thomas Evans 
Benjamin Selly 
Samuel Ayer 
Nathaniel Weed 
Daniel Parson 
Reuben martain 



154 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Samuel Straw 
Abner Hoyt 
Samuel Paige 
Jonathan Paige 
Enoch Sweat 
Paul Dusten 
John Muzzey 
Joseph Kimball 
Jabez morrill 
Nathan Cram J"^ 
Jonathan Blasdel 
Joseph george 
William whitker 
Enos ferrin 
Timothy Clough 
Jacob sargent 
Caleb attwood 
Aaron Quenbe 
moses Quinbe 
Samuel Selly 
Samauel Eastman 
Samuel ordway 
thomes Esmon 
Daniel Bayley 
Stephen Emerson 
Elijah Gove 
Isaac Sargant 
timothy gorge 
Peter Rogers Junah 
Samuel Brockelbank 
George Hoyt 
Jonathan Clement 
Jotham Tuttle 
Philip Sargeant 
Joseph Quenbe 



obadiah Eaton 
Israel Straw 
Lemuel Paige 
Samuel Paige jun"" 
Robert Alcock 
Caleb Emery 
John Worth 
Sam^i Philbrick 
' Simon Pearkins 
Dudley Chase 
John Webster 
Elijah green 
Moses Currier 
Asa Whiticker 
timothy tuxbery 
Jonathan Atwood 
Eben Mudgit 
Isaac tuxbury 
Jesse Clement 
Jonathan Had Lock 
Jonathan Worthly 
John Colby Jun'' 
Jesse Bayley 
Timothy worthly 
Esarel Evans 
Caleb Whitaker 
thomas worthly 
Joseph Huse 
Joshua maxfield 
Ephrom Emerson 
Moses Hoit 
Ezra Clement 
Mark flood 
Joseph Had Lock 
Daniel Hadley 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



155 



Seth thomson 
John Jewell 
Joseph Hadlock juner 
John Mudget 
John Simons 
Philip Hoit 
Daniel Gallushee 
Jacob Remsdell 
Joseph hunton 
Jacob Tiixbury 
Samuel worth en 
Daniel Gould 
Moses folonsbury 
John Colby 
Nathan goul 
Thomas Colby 
timothy Colis Jun"^ 
John farr 
James Emerson 
William Quemby 



Benj*"* flanders 
timothy Corles 
David moulton 
Joseph emons 
Ebenezer Bay ley 
Nathan Cram 
Jacob Graves 
Josiah brown 
Moses Hoyt Ju' 
Nicodemus Watson 
John Ardway 
Joseph Davis [?] 
Joseph Webster 
Jonathan Martain 
John Huntingten 
Jerediah Cram 
moses flood 
Simeon hovey 
raarde Emerson 



Colony of New Hampshire 

To the Hon Committee of Safety of this Colony wheareas we the 
Selectmen of weare have Caused this Declaration to be Signd by a 
Number of men who apears to be well associated to Defend by 
arms the united Colonies against the hostile attempts of the British 
fleets and armies — 

Dated at weare June 6th 1776 

John Robie ) Selectmen 
Jabez Morrill ) for weare 

Colony of New Hampshire 

To the Hon Committee of Safety of this Colony Jentelmen where- 
as we the Selectmen of weare have Recived a Declaration from you 
to be Sign by the Inhabitents of said weare we have acted accord- 



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REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



ing to the orders of the Declaration we make Return of all who Re- 
fuse to Sign to the Declaration a List of their Names is on this 
pa})er 



Daf' at Weare June 6th 177G 



Samuel hovy 
Samuel Bayley 
George hadley 
abraham meloon 
Joseph webstar Jun'" 



John Robie 
Jabez Morrill 
John Chase 
Samuel huntinton 
John Jewell Jun' 
Nathaniel Carlies 
Asa heath 



Selectmen 
for Weare 



A List of mens Names Called quakers which is 



Jonathan Dow 
Nath^ Peaslee 
Benj* Peaslee 
Ebenezer Peaslee 
Isiah green 
Elijah Purintun 
Jeremiah gren 
John gove 
Jonson gove 
Daniel gove 
Jedidiah Dow 
Zep" Breed 
Jonathan Osborn 
Enoch Jonson 
James Buxton 
Samuel Colings 



Jonathan Holton 
Israel Amsbry 
Abiel Eddy 
Daniel Cobb 
Benjamin Peirc 



Daniel Page 
Silas Peaslee 
Jonathan Peaslee 
Caleb Peaslee 
Isiah green Ju"" 
Hezekiah Purintun 
micah green 
John gove Ju' 
Stephan gove 
Elisha gove 
Eben"" Breed 
Jonathan Eastes 
John Hodgdon 
Edmund Jonson 
Joseph Purkins 



WESTMORELAND 



William Hutchins 
Daniel Whitman 
Isaac Cobb 
James Butterfield 
Ebenezer Brittun 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



157 



Ebenezer Bailey 
Henery Chamberlin 
Joseph Packerd 
Epharim Leonard 
Joseph Burt 
John Chamberlin 
Joseph White 
Ezekiel Woodward 
William Britton 
Benja Aldrich 
Roger Conant 
Stephen Button 
Jonathan Willis 
Jonas Butter field 
Eph"' Wetherell 
Jonathan Saw^^er 
Daniel Howe 
Philip willbur 2nd 
Thomas Chamberlain 
Hariden Wheeler 
Josiah Leach jun"" 
En OS Burt 
Josiah Dodge 
Jonathan Cole Jun^^' 
Eleazer Robbins 
David Glasier 
Daneil Peirce 
Amos Peirce 
Nathan Franklin 
James Glesen 
John Scott 
Noah Whitman 
Gideon Burnham 
Ephraim Robbins 
David Darby 



Joseph Wilber 
abner How 
David witherell 
Jacob Leach 
Ebenezer Brittun : 2 
William Brockway 
David Britton 
Nathan ael Wilbore 
David wilbore 
Luther Bailey 
John Snow 
Benjamin gleson 
Seth Brittun 
Artemas Witt 
William Warner 
Caleb Aldrich 
Sherebiah Leach 
John Ranstead 
Henry walton 
Zephaniah Leach 
Azariah Leach 
Jedidiah Chambrlin 
Caleb Briggs 
Aaron Chandler 
David Jonson 
Eben'"'" Peirce 
Waitstill Scott 
Elias Gates 
Edmund Goodenow 
John Cole 
Naham goodenow 
Nehemiah Man 
Jer'' Tinkham 
Joshua Warner Ju'' 
Reuben Kendal 



168 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Isieal goodenow 
Jonas Robbins 
Samuel Work 
Jonathan Cole 3d 
Moses Bennet 
Daniel Johnson 
william Day 
David Stacey 
Moses White 
David Robinson 
Ephraim Brown 
Joseph Boynton 
Seth Gilbert 
Samuel How 
Benjamin Rogers 
Daniel Keys 
Joshua Warner 
Eleaser Robins Juner 
Moses Brown 
Jonathan Winchester 
Elijah Temple 
Isaac Leach 
Increas Chamberlain 
Reuben Tarbell 
Seth Leach 



Josiah Hacket 
Nathanael Daggett 
Jonathan Goodenough 
John Vezey 
Fortunatus Glesen 
David Robins 
Willis Johnson 
Gideon Gilbert 
Asa Goodenow 
John Doyl 
Job Warner 
Alex'^ Trotter 
John Robbns 
Jonah Edson 
Jeptha Dows 
John Warner 
Micah Read 
Daniel Blachard 
David Wmchester 
Robert Robins 
Archelaus Temple 
Josiah Leach 
John Cooper 
Philip wilbor 
Isaac Chamberlain 



Wesmorland June 12 1776 



In obediance to this Declaration that we Rec'' from your Honours 
we proseded according to your Directions and the persons Names 
underwriten in this Collom are those that Refuse to Sign to the 
Decleration on your paper — 

Benjamin Peirc "^ Select men 
Ebenezer Brettun ^ of 

Heber Miller J Wesmorland 

Lenord Keep 
Aaron Brown 
John Butterfield 



M'' William Goddard 
Job Chamberlain 
Daniel Gates 



KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



169 



WILTON 



Hart Balch 
Joshua Blanchard 
Jon'' Burton 
Jeremiah Holt 
Daniel Barker 
George Coburn 
Jeremiah Abbot 
Theodore Stevens 
Eph'" Peabody 
thomas Lewis 
Joseph Holt 
Jn*' Burton Ju' 
N Ballard 
Benjamin Steel 
Uriah Ballard 
Richard King 
Isaac Peabody Sen"^ 
John Cram 
Nathan Hesseltine 
Nathn Hesseltine 
Samuel Hutchinson 
William Bayl [Bales] 
Benjamin parker 

mark 

Archelus X Wilkens 

hisi 

Simon Keyes 
Joseph Abbot 
Nathaniel Greele 
John Burton 
Isaac Peabody Jur 
Abraham Buttrefield 
Jon* Parkhurst 
Timothy Hall 



Daniel Batchelder 
Epharim Baker 
Ebenezer Chandler 
Joseph Snow 
William Abbot 
Benj* Rideout 
(reorg Blanchard 
Uriah Smith 
Abner Stiles 
Jonathan Livermore 
Abiel Abbot 
Jon*'' Martin 
Joseph Abbot J*" 
David Blanchard 
Jonas Perry 
Abraham Burton 
Timothy Gray 
John Cram Jun'' 
Thomas Towne 
william patterson 
Jacob Putnam 
Ebenezer Perry 
Henry Parker 
Jonathan Hartshorn 
John Brown 
Caleb Putnam 
Nathaniel Putnam 
John Stevens 
Timothy Dale 
Enoch fuller 
Timothy Gray Jun 
John Keyes 
William Goldsmith 



160 



K EVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Fifeld Holt 
John Dale Jur: 
Daniel Kenney 
Thomas Russell 
Ebenezer Cram 
Joseph Cram 
Ash by Morgan 
Ebenezer Brown 
Fifield Holt J^ 
Philip Putnam 
Timothy Holt 
Elisha Hudson 
David Kenney 
Stephen Blanchard 
Richard Whitney 
William Peirce 
Silas Buss 
Phinehas Farington 
Jonathan Greele 
Abial Holt 
Stephen Buss 
Samuel Lovejoy 
Benj" Blanchard 
Archelaus Putnam Jun"" 
Jacob Putnam Jun'' 
Stepehen Butterfeld 
Bartholomew Stevens 
James Grimes 
John Craig 
Samuel Sharlay 
Alexander Sharlay 
Samuel Webster 



William Bay Is jur: 
Amos Holt 
Joseph Holt Jun"" 
Joseph Phelps 
Jos: Butterfield 
Josiah parker 
Amos Coburn 
Simeon Holt 
Jacob Abbot 
Joel Taylor 
Amos Fuller 
William Brown 
James Dascombe 
John Dale 
Samuel Shelden 
George Hutchinson 
William Abbot Jun"" 
Abijah Perry 

his 

Alexander x Milliken 

Mark 

Joseph Stiles 
Henry Lovejoy 
Jonathan Cram 
John Burton 
Daniel Holt 
Ezra Johnson 
William Grimes 
Robert Watherspoon 
Robert Craig 
James Sharlay 
John ^PFarlend 
William Letch 



Wilton June y« 3'' 1776— 
In Obediance to the Within Resolve of the Committee of Safty 
for tlie Colony of New Hampshire we the Subscribers have Desired 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



161 



all Males above Twenty one Years of age that are Inhabitants of the 
Town of Wilton to Sign to the Within Declaration and but two 
have Refused or Neglected to Sign (viz) Captain Epli"' Butterfield 
and Archelas Putnam Whose names we hereby Return to the Gen- 
eral Court or Committee of Safty for the afore^'^ Colony in Obeydi- 
ance to Within Direction 

Richard Taylor ) Select Men 
Jacob Adams ) of Wilton 

WINCHESTER 



Sam" Ashley 

Natli Rockwood 

William Humphrey 

Elijah Dodge 

henry Bond 

Nathanael wilder 

Benjamin Willson 

Asa Alexander 

Abraham Scott 

James Latham 

Nathan Twitchel 

Alexander McDowell 

Francis Very 

Joseph Marbel 

David Cady [?] 

Elijah Houghton 

Ebenezer Taylor 

Reuben Rockwood 

Ichabod Faklin [Franklin] 

Daniel Owen 

Joseph Right 

Nathaniel Chase 

John Stearns 

Asahel Jewell 

Philip Goss 

Andrew Putnam 



Ebn"^^ Alexander 

Reubin Alexander 

Gains Field 

William Holmes 

Israel Stowel 

william Dodge 

Elijah Dodge Junr 

Ebe'" Scott 

Nehemiah Houghton 

Thomas Hu[tc]hings Jun 

Samuel Very 

Amos Willard 

John Alkin 

Samuel Bond 

Adonijah Fasset 

John higgans 

Joseph Stowel 

Nath' Lawrance Tis 

Abisha Carpenter 

Sam" Scott 

John Curtis 

Jeremiah Hatch [?] 

John Peirce Ju'' 

Seth Brett 

Ichabod Franklin Jur 

Simon Chamberlain 



162 



REVOLUTIONAEY DOCUMENTS 



Zchariah Field 
James Whitney 
Stephen Franklin 
Samuel \y right 
James Franklin 
John Alexandr 
Joshua Feid 
Henry Foster 
David Pery 
Samuel Fasset 
Stetson Holmes 
Nathanil Oak 
Ebeneser Scott Juner 
Elisha Smith 
Isaac Huchens 
Benjamin Freeman 
Theod Watkin 
Ezra Parker 
Zebulon Streeter 
Seth Alexander 
Josiah Stebbens 
Ezekiel Kemp 
Robart Newton 
Moses Belding 



Arthur Latham 
Ziba Ware 
Henry Miles 
Isaac Scott 
Daniel Smith 
Joseph Latham 
John Butler Jr"^ 
Samu^^ Healy 
John Helhay [?] 
Nathnel Lawrnce 
Daniel Ashley 
AVaitstill Field 
Jonathan Wood 
Elohu Field 
Moses Fay 
Joshua White more 
Thomas Hutchins 
Jeremiah Pratt 
Nehemiah Healy 
Stephen Belding 
Abel Hammond 
Irael Field 
Seth Brett jur 
Amasa Burt 
amaziah Robards 



Gersham Densmore 
Stephen Putnam 

According to the within Resolve of the General Congress wee 
have Called a meeting & it appears that all the before mentioned 
Signers have agreed to Stand by the within Covenant 

Winchester June. 3 : 1776 William Humphrey ) Select 

Israel Stowel ) men 



Enoch Stowel Absent 
Asa Rockwood Sick 



Saepous Ear weleng to 
Sine the within Covanant 



Winchester June y*' 3 : 1776 



Will'" Humphrey 
Israel Stowel 



Select 



man 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



163 



CoP Josiah Willard 
Paul Richardson 
Bengman melven 
Simon Willard 
Prentice Willard 
John Gould 
Ebenezer Killom 
John Peirce 



the Rev'^ micah Lawrence 
Cap*^ Samuel Smith 
Benjman melven Juner 
Elijah Willard 
Bengnan Wright 
Thomas Gould 
Samson Willard 



the Above Reting Names Refuse to Sine the within Covenant 

may y*^ 3 : 1776 William Humphry ) Selet 



Israel S towel 



men 



windha:\[ 



Hugh Graham Juner 
Alexander McCay 
Henry Campbell 
David Gregg 
David Gregg Jun'' 
James Campbell 
Alexander Gregg 
John Cochran Jun*" 
John Morison 
Nath'i Hemphill Jun^' 
Thos: Wilson 
George Davidson 
John anderson 
John Dinsmoor 
John Simson 
Samuel m^adam 
Benj'" Thom 
John Clyd 
Joseph Smith 
Alexander Morrow 
James Cochran 



Will™ Gregg Jun^" 
John Campbell 
Robert Park 
WilP^ Gregg 
Thomas Gregg 
Arthur Darrah 
William Dinsmoor 
Alex^^'" Simpson 
Adam tempelton 
Allen Hopkins 
Dan^ M'^ilvane 
James Betton 
Joseph Clyd 
John Davidson 
William Simson 
Isaac Thom 
Rob*^ jVPilvaine 
Alex'^' Park 
James Richey 
John Cochran 
Rob* Dinsmoor 



164 



KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



william Rowell 
Isaac Cochran 
David Hopkins 
Jeffeny Donnougli 
James Jameson 
Moses Duty 
William Dikey 
Sam^^ Morison 
Alexander Park J'' 
Tim« Ladd 
Eliphalet Ladd 
Robert Spear 
David Davidson 
Alex^'^' Wilson 
James Caldwell 
David Armstrong 
Sam^ Wilson 
John kyel 
John Wilson 
Peter Merrill 
James Wilson 
Hugh Graham 
Thomas M^Cay 
Sam^ Campbel 
Hmry Campbell 
Robert Hemphill 
John Morrow 



Will'" Jameson 
Thomas Jameson 
Robert Smith 
James Gilmore 
George Wilson 
James Dinsmoor 
John Armstrong J"^ 
Andrew Park 
Will" Thom 
Timothy Ladd J"" 
Andrew Armor 
Alexander Ricliey J*^ 
Nehemiah Hadley 
Hugh Brown 
David Currier 
John Armstrong 
Ebenezer Hall 
Hugh Clyd 
Simon Williams 
Peter Merrill Ju"^ 
Alex'^'' Richey 
John M'^Cay 
James Davidson 
William Shed 
Nathaniel Hemphill 
Gain Armour 
John Miller 



State of Newhampsliire Windham August the 26"' 1776 
to the Honorable Committee of Safty of this State the foregoing 
Request hath been Punctually Observed Not with Standing Leiu* 
Abraham Reed Mathew Reed Amos Merrill hath Refused or Neg- 
lected to Sign the foregoing Declaration 

Alex'^ Wilson J 

Sam^ Morison j- Select Men 

Nehemiah Hadley j 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

SUMMARY 



165 





Signers 


Non-Signers 




^ 


o o 




;& 


5Ji2 






S 


- >. 












Towns 


s 

3 

o 


«1 




ft 


u 








o 


s-sg 




« 


= °«> 








(M 


--cS 




4j 


B !^ 


S) 






o 

>. 




a oj 5 


■3 



S 

5.0 


° 'C-H 




s 







aa 


t» 


H 


g^ 




'<5 


H 


Acwoi'th 


32 




32 










Allenstown 


21 




21 


1 






1 


Alstead 


66 




66 


4 






4 


Amherst 


201 


3 


204 


4 






4 


Antrim 


25 




25 










Atkinson 


97 




97 










Barnstead 


37 




37 










Barrington 


200 




200 


12 






12 


Bedford 


87 




87 


1 






1 


Boscawen 


108 


3 


111 


1 






1 


Bow 


63 




63 










Brentwood 


160 




160 


18 






18 


Brookline 


23 


3 


26 










Canaan 


24 




24 










Candia 


99 




99 










Canterbury 


128 




128 










Chester 


223 




223 










Chesterfield 


139 




139 


13 






13 


Claremont 


84 




84 


31 






31 


Concord 


156 




156 










Conway and Locations 


55 




55 










Croydon 


31 


2 


33 


4 






4 


Danville 


77 




77 




4 




4 


Deerfield 


157 




157 


20 






20 


Deering 


33 




33 


2 






2 


Dublin 


57 




57 










Dunbarton 


59 




59 


10 






10 


East Kingston 


78 




78 


3 






3 


Effingham 


17 




17 










Enfield 


13 




13 











166 



E EVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

SUMMARY — Co7itinued. 





Signers 


Non-Signers 






"So 




g 


*S "^.SE 








Z 


" >. 




_§ 


gi" 






Towns 


g 

3 
o 

c 


- o 




"5. 


■^ o 

1-1- = 

o o 














^ 


c s 


03 






Q 


o-C s 




^ 


o„-o- 


O 






>> 

"73 


-tig 


rt 


2c 
W.2 


S = OJ o 




3 




o 


aJ-rlS 


' o 




<u a; >.,.S 


,0 


o 




ca 


r/,*^ 


H 


^ 


M 


<5 


H 


Epping 


210 




210 


1 
11 






11 


Epsom 


68 




68 


2 






2 


Exeter 


48 




48 










Gilmanton 


115 




115 


14 


21 




35 


Gilsum 


42 




42 










Hampstead 


97 




97 


21 






21 


Hampton 


174 




174 


2 






2 


Henniker 


51 




51 


22 






22 


Hillsborough 


35 




35 


1 






1 


Hinsdale 


35 




35 


10 






10 


Hopkinton 


160 




160 


14 






14 


Hudson 


119 




119 


j 1 






1 


Keene 


133 




133 


1 13 






13 


Kensington 


118 




118 


5 


15 




20 


Kingston 


153 




153 




14 




14 


Lebanon 


87 




87 










Lee 


144 


2 


146 


14 






14 


Lempster 


24 


1 


25 










Londonderry 


376 




376 


15 






15 


Loudon 


69 




69 










Manchester 


47 




47 










Marlborough 


50 




50 


5 






5 


]\Ieredith 


48 




48 










Nelson 


38 




38 


1 






1 


New Boston 


62 




62 


47 






47 


Newcastle 


57 




57 


4 






4 


Newington 


78 




78 


3 






3 


Newmarket 


164 




164 


38 






38 


Newport 


36 




36 










North Hampton 


116 




116 










Northwood 


62 




62 




1 




1 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

SUMMARY— Concluded. 



167 



TOAVNS 



Nottingham 

Pembroke 

Peterborough 

Piermont 

Portsmouth 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Rochester 

Rye 

Salem 

Salisbury 

Sanbornton 

Sand own 

Sandwich 

Seabrook 

South Hampton 

Stratham 

Sun ape e 

Surry 

Temple 

Unity 

Wakefield 

We are 

Westmoreland 

Wilton 

Winchester 

Windham 



Signers 



104 

129 

84 

35 

500 

83 

150 

198 

123 

171 

84 

80 

103 

37 

65 

85 

131 

18 

42 

84 

26 

62 

131 

130 

128 

103 

96 



104 

129 

84 

35 

500 

83 

150 

198 

125 

171 

84 

80 

103 

37 

65 

85 

131 

18 

42 

84 

26 

62 

131 

131 

130 

103 

96 



2c 
so 



15 

9 



29 
61 

22 

35 
2 
1 

7 
9 

4 

42 



3 

4 

10 
6 
2 

15 
3 



Non-signers 



Sc ' 



S C 9J o 



10 



12 



99 



31 



25 
9 



31 
73 

44 

35 

2 
1 
8 
9 

4 
42 



3 
4 

41 

6 

2 

17 

3 



Totals 



8548 



19 8567 



646 



131 



781 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MEN 



ON THE 



MASSACHUSETTS REVOLUTIONARY 
WAR ROLLS 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MEN ON THE MASSACHUSETTS 
REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



The following table of residents of the state of New Hampshire 
who served in Massachusetts organizations in the Revolutionary war 
has been compiled from the official publication of the Massachusetts 
Revolutionary war rolls, issued by the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth, with the exception of those names which will be included 
in volume 17, the concluding volume of the series, which is not yet 
in print. The names credited to this volume were taken from the 
manuscript cards in the archives of the office. 

This list cannot be complete, and is not published as such. It 
includes only those who are positively identified on the rolls, by resi- 
dences given, as men of New Hampshire towns. All doubtful cases 
have been omitted. In the seventeen large volumes comprising the 
printed Revolutionary records of Massachusetts there are many 
thousands of names to which no residence is given. It is, without 
doubt, a fact that some of these were New Hampshire men, but there 
is no way of identifying them. Another cause of uncertainty is the 
duplication of the names of towns in the two states. In the pub- 
lished Massachusetts rolls there are comparatively few cases of 
names of towns outside of Massachusetts in which the name of the 
state is indicated. It may be said that the original rolls failed on 
this point, and that in the print the original was followed with scru- 
pulous care. Whatever geographical information might have been 
derived from a roll in its entirety, by the known residences of the 
officers, or by the aggregation of names peculiar to a certain locality, 
is, of course, lost in the alphabetical arrangement adopted in the 
publication of these rolls. It has, therefore, been necessary to omit 

171 



172 REV'OLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

from this abstract, as doubtful, many names credited to towns which 
appear in both Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Salem, Deer- 
field, Dunstable, Marlborougli, and Amherst are examples, and there 
are many more. All names in this doubtful class have been omitted 
unless proved by other evidence to be of New Hampshire. 
A classification of these men by rank and duty is of interest. 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



173 



OFFICERS 



Colonel 

Lieutenant-Colonel 
Major 
Surgeon . 
Captain . 
Lieutenant 
Adjutant . 
First Lieutenant 
Second Lieutenant 
Ensign 

Total 



1 
1 

2 
2 
12 
9 
2 

7 
7 
4 

47 



47 



NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 



Sergeant 
Corporal 



66 
55 

121 



121 



SPECIAL DUTY 



Musician ..... 
Artificer ..... 


.... 26 
1 




Matross ..... 


. 40 




Gunner ..... 


7 




Bombardier .... 


2 






76 


76 


Seamen 


/ 


24 


Privates ..... 


. 


697 


Not stated .... 


. 


80 



Total 



1,045 



174 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 









Mass. Rolls 


Name 


Residence 


Rank 








Vol. 


Page 


Abbott, Abraham 


New Ipswich 


Private 




5 


Joseph 


Wilton 


Second lieut. 




11 


Adams, Asa 


New Ipswich 


Private 




37 


David 


Gilsum 


" 




42 


Ezekiel 


Portsmouth 


Seaman 




46 


Levi 


New Ipswich 


Corporal 




62 


Phineas 


" 


Private 




32, 69 


Stephen 


(( 


Corporal 




76 


Thomas 


Charlestown 


Sergeant 




77 


William 


Hollis 


Private 




80 


Aiken, Robert 


Londonderry 


" 




93, 97 


Akerman, Benjamin 


Portsmouth 


Corporal 




96 


Aldrich, Solomon 


Richmond 


Private 




116 


William 


" 


" 




117, 118 


Alld, Benjamin 


Peterborough 


" 




133 


Allen, Amasa 


Amherst 


" 




136 


Ahvord, Eleazer 


Hampton 






213 


Ames, David 


Hollis 


Private 




1, 215 


Anisden, Joel 


Henniker 


" 




229 


Anderson, John 




" 




234 


Andrews, Jeremiah 


Temple 






266 


Joel 


Charlestown 


Private 




266 


Annis, Charles 


Windham 


" 




273 


Anthony, Joseph 


Alstead 


" 




279 


Archelus 


Plaistow 


" 




286 


Archer, Benjamin 


Keene 


Sergeant 




286 


Ash, Phineas 


Newton 


Private 




309 


Atwood, John 


Hampstead 






.345 


Austin, Moses 


Salem 






359 


Avery, David 


New Ipswich 


Private 




366, 370 


Timothy 


Temple 


*' 




362 


Babb, Joseph 


Peterborough 


" 




385 


Bacon, Retire 


" 


" 




422 


Badger, Nathaniel 


Raby (Brook- 
line) 


" 




435 


Bagley, Andrew 


Peterborough 


Corporal 




441 


John 


Candia 


Private 




442 


Bailey, Andrew 


Peterborough 


Corporal 




463, 82S 


Joel 


Hollis 






527, 830 


Richard 


" 


Private 




459 


Baker, John 


Walpole 


" 




483 


Ball, Abner 


Fitzwilliam 


" 




533 


Ebenezer 


Hollis 


" 




535 


Ballard, Wm. Hudson 


New Boston 


^fajor 




552 


Banks, John 


Alstead 


Private 




578 


Barker, Daniel 


Kxeter 


" 




605 


John 


Fitzwilliam 


Sergeant 




614 


Barnard, Jonathan 


Peterborough 
Society Land 


Private 




633 











EKVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



175 









Mass. Rolls 


Nam* 


Kesldence 


Rank 








Vol. 


Page 


Barney, David 


Richmond 


Lieutenant 




647 


William 


" 


Private 




652 


Barr, John 


Londonderry 






669 


Barrett, Moses 


Nottingham 


Private 




683, 687 


Barron, Joshua 


New Ipswich 


Sergeant 




691 


Nathaniel 


Londonderry 


Private 




692 


Barrus, Jeremiah 


Richmond 


" 




702 


Nathan 


" 


" 




703 


Bartlett, Daniel 


Plaistow 


" 




713 


Basford, James 


New Salisburj- 
(Salisbury) 






763 


Bassett, Samuel 


Keene 


Fifer 




761 


Batchelder, Jonathan 


Deerfield 






768 


Bates, John 


Portsmouth 


Seaman 




466 


Bean, Benjamin 


Hampstead 






S63 


Daniel 


Candia 


Matross 




864, 892 


Beckwith, Niles 


Lempster 


Corporal 




882 


Beede, Phineas 


\ Fremont 
( Brentwood 


Private 




888 


Beky, Magnus 


Goffstown 






895 


Bellows, Jesse 


Charlestown 


Private 




915 


Bemis, Henry 


Packersfield 
(Nelson) 






924 


Benjamin, Jonathan 


Deerfield 


" 




940 


Bennett, Jeremiah 


Brentwood 


" 




948 


Benton, Elijah 


•Surry 


" 




982 


Bigelow, Benjamin 


Packersfield 
(Nelson) 




2 


24, 30 


Billings, Ebenezer 


\ Keene 
I Gilsum 


Matross 


2 


47 










Bishop, Bethuel 


Marlborough 


Private 


2 


76 


Bissell, Robert 


New Ipswich 


" 


2 


91 


Eobert 


Portsmouth 


Matross 


2 


91 


Bixby, Thomas 


Litchfield 


Sergeant 


2 


91 


Blair. John 


Peterborough 


Private 


2 


119, 166 


William 


" 


" 


2 


122 


Blaisdell, William 


Hampton F'ls 


" 


o 


169, 170 


Blake, Ebenezer 


Stoddard 


Sergeant 


2 


125 


Hezekiah 


Hawke (Dan- 
ville) 


Private 


O 


128 


Bliffen, Ichabod 


Newcastle 


" 


2 


175 


Blodgett, Jacob 


HoUis 


" 


2 


195, 199 


Blood, Daniel 


Bedford 


" 


2 


203 


Ephraim 


Hollis 


Corporal 


2 


204 


Francis 


" 


Private 


2 


204 


Nathan 


" 


Sergeant 


2 


208 


Zaccheus 


( Peterborough 
J Washington 
i Stoddard 


Private 


2 


211 



176 



REVOLUTIOXART DOCUMENTS 









Mass. Rolls 


Name 


liesidence 


Rank 








Vol. 


Page 


Boston, Anthony 


Bo sea wen 


Private 


2 


292 


Bowen, Jeremiah 


Dunbarton 


" 


2 


325 


Jeremiah, Jr. 


" 


" 


2 


325 


Boynton, Elias 


Hollis 


" 


2 


374 


Jacob 


" 


" 


2 


375 


Joshua 


" 


Sergeant 


2 


376 


Boyes, James 


Londonderry 


Private 


2 


378 


Bradley, William 


Keene 


" 


2 


420 


Bragdon, James 


Portsmouth 


Seaman 


2 


425 


Samuel 


" 


" 


2 


425 


Breed, John 


Packersfield 
(Nelson) 




2 


457 


Breeder, Samuel 


Temple 


Sergeant 


2 


459 


Brigham, Abner 


Croydon 


Corporal 


2 


525 


Britton, Samuel 


Amherst 


Sergeant 


2 


554, 556 


Broderick, William 


Londonderry 


Private 


O 


558, 562 


Brooks, Joseph 


Exeter 


Sergeant 


2 


578 


Brown, Abel 


Hollis 


Private 


2 


592 


Edward 


Exeter 


" 


2 


616 


Josiah 


New Ipswich 


First Lieut. 


2 


661 


Michael 


Exeter 


Private 


2 


664 


Peter 


Temple 


" 


2 


673 


Sewall 


Candia 


" 


2 


687 


Bruce, Josiah 


Hollis 


" 


2 


714 


Bryant, John 


Londonderry 


" 


2 


730 


Bullard, Ebenezer 


New Ipswich 


" 


2 


774, 780 


Burnham, Benjamin 


Durham 


Corporal 


2 


860 


Burns, James 


New Boston 




2 


884 


John 


Amherst 


Private 


2 


884 


Burpee, Ts^athan 


Candia 


" 


2 


889 


Burroughs, Josiah 


Londonderry 


<( 


o 


887, 009, 910 


Nathaniel 


(Windham 
\ Londonderry 
C Peterborough 




2 


908, 909 


Butler, George 


Dublin 


Private 


2 


946 


Gideon 


( Pelham 

I Nottingham 




2 


942, 969 


John 


Peterborough 


Adjutant 


2 


949 


Caldwell, James 


Windham 


Corporal 


3 


16 


John 


" 


Private 


3 


17 


Paul 


Londonderry 






3 


19 


Samuel 


Windham 






3 


19 


Cammett, Silas 


Candia 






3 


45 


Campbell, John 


Henniker 






3 


42 


John 


Hollis 






3 


39, 54 


Eobert 


Newmarket 






3 


46 


Thomas 


\ Londonderry 
( Nottingham 




3 


40, 56 


Capron, Oliver 


Pichmond 


Car 


)tain 


3 


85 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



177 









Mass. Rolls 


Name 


Residence 


Rank 






Vol. 


Page 


Cai-lisle, Alexander 


Portsmouth 


Seaman 


3 


98 


Carlton. Benjamin 


Plaistow 


Private 


3 


95, 100 


Jesse 


New Ipswich 


Drummer 


3 


101 


Nathaniel 


" 


Private 


3 


104 


Samuel 


Newton 


" 


3 


95, 105 


Thomas 


( Newton 
I Exeter 


Corporal 


3 


106 


Carney, Timothy 


Portsmouth 


Matross 


3 


112 


Carpenter, Samuel 


Richmond 


Private 


3 


126 


Carr, Nathan 


Dunbarton 


" 


3 


135 


Cass, Jonathan 


Exeter 


Sergeant 


3 


191 


Caverly, Charles 


Portsmouth 


Private 


3 


216 


John 


" 


" 


3 


216 


Cawin, William 


Merrimack 


<( 


3 


1, 217 


Chamberlain, Benjamin 


Winchester 


Corporal 


3 


253, 263 


John 


Fitzwilliam 


Private 


3 


255 


Wilder 


Hollis 


" 


3 


251, 270, 276 


Chandler, Peter 


Concord 


Matross 


3 


295 


Chase, Joshua 


Hampton 


Surgeon 


3 


358 


Nathaniel 


Brentwood 


Private 


3 


362 


Chellis, Enos 


Hawke (Dan- 
ville) 


" 


3 


384 


Cheney. Eliphalet 


Plaistow 


(( 


3 


300 


Jonathan 


Hampstead 


" 


3 


393 


Joseph 




" 


3 


393 


Moses 


Portsmouth 


vSeaman 


3 


390 


Nathaniel 


( Hampstead 
( Atkinson 


Private 


3 


393 


Chesley, William 


Newmarket 


Seaman 


3 


384 


Church, Iddo 


(iilsum 


Private 


3 


442 


Simeon 


Marlow 


" 


3 


447 


Thomas 


(iilsum 


" 


3 


448 


Churchwood, Arthur 


Temple 


" 


3 


463 


Cilley, Jonathan 


Seabrook 


" 


14 


206 


Samuel 


Weare 


" 


14 


206 


Clapp, Preserved 


Charlestown 


" 


3 


492 


Clark, John 


Portsmouth 


" 


3 


539 


Clay, John 


Candia 


" 


3 


606 


Clement, Reuben 


Sandown 


Corporal 


3 


620, 623 


Cleveland, Aaron 


Canterbury 


Lieut.-Col. 


3 


632 


Closson, Nathan 


Walpole 


Private 


3 


645 


Clough, Benjamin 


King-ston 


" 


3 


647 


Humphrey 


Sandown 


" 


3 


649 


Jonathan 


Hawke (Dan- 
ville) 




3 


650 


Joseph 


Peterboroug'h 


<< 


3 


650 


Zaccheus 


Poplin (Fre- 
mont) 


<( 


3 


653 


Cobbj-, James 


Hampton 


« 


3 


685 



178 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 









Mass. Rolls 


Name 


Residence 


Rank 






Vol. 


Page 


Coburn, Benoni 


Halestown 
(W^eare) 


Private 


3 


687, 689 


Cochran, William 


Peterborough 

1 Stoddard 


Lieutenant 


3 


698 


Coffin, Abner 


Rochester 


Private 


3 


710 


Cogswell, Amos 


Atkinson 


Captain 


3 


719 


Xathaniel Peaslee 


" 


Corporat 


3 


723 


William 


" 


Private 


3 


726 


Colburn, Benjamin 


Pelham 


" 


3 


739 


Nathan 


Hollis 


*• 


3 


691, 742 


Colby, David 


Xewton 


" 


3 


746 


John 


Candia 


" 


3 


748 


Spencer 


Newcastle 


" 


3 


658 


Theophilns 


So. Hamilton 


Sergeant 


3 


7.50 


Collins, Daniel 


Plaistow 


Corporal 


3 


817 


John 


Peterborough 


Private 


3 


822 


Comstock, Azariah 


Richmond 


" 


3 


869 


Conant, Abel 


Hollis 


" 


3 


871, 896 


Coneck, James 


Raby (Brook- 
line) 




3 


888 


Conroy, Samuel 


Hollis 


" 


3 


907 


Cook, Ebenezer 


Keene 


Sergeant 


3 


922 


Coombs, John 


^lerrimack 


Private 


3 


854 


Cooper, John 


Plaistow 


" 


3 


978 


Joseph 


f So. Hampton 
j Hampton 




3 


978 


Copp, Aaron 


Salem 


Sergeant 


3 


991 


Joseph 


Atkinson 


Private 


3 


992 


Corey, Oliver 


Charlestown 




3 


1003, 1025 


Oliver, Jr. 


" 


" 


3 


1003 


Cornell. Ebenezer 


Rochester 


" 


3 


1010 


Corser, William 


Boscawen 




4 


1 


Craft, James 


Chester 


Private 


4 


61 


Crockett, John 


New Hamp- 
shire 




4 


128 


Crossfiekl, Timothy 


Keene 


Matross 


4 


159, 174 


Cnmmings, Benjamin 


Hollis 


Private 


4 


208, 228 


John 


" 


Second Lieut. 


4 


208 


Peter 


" 


Private 


4 


210 


Philip 


" 


" 


4 


210 


Eeuben 


Merrimack 




) I 


861 
210 


Samuel 


New I])swich 




I 4 


861 
219 


Ciinnin£jham. Robert 


Peterborough 


" 


4 


232 


Currier. John 


Portsmouth 


Seaman 


4 


241 


Jonathan 


Bow 




4 


241 


Samuel 


Portsmouth 




4 


243 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



179 



Name 



Kesiilence 




Mass. Rolls 



Vol. 



Page 



Currier, Theophilus 

Ciishing, John 

William 
Cutter, Benjamin 
Danforth, Jacob 
Daniels, Joseph 
Danielson, Charles 
Darrah, Arthur 

Robert 
William 

Dart, Roger 

Thomas 
Dassance, Jesse 
Davidson. Daniel 
Davis, Elijah 

James 

James 

John 

Josiah 

Moses 

Philip 

Samuel 
Day, Amos 

Othniel 

Stephen 

W'illiam 
Dean, Hiram 

James 

Dearborn, Thomas 
De Bell, Warren 
Dewey, Timothy 
Dickey, Elias 

James 

Dimond, Israel 

Dinsmore, Abraham 
Dodge, Ephraim 

James 

Joseph 
William 
Dolloff, Joseph 



\ Newton 

( So. Hampton 

New Boston 

Exeter 

New Ipswich 

Hollis 

Harrington 

\ Windham 
\ Londonderry 

Litchtield 
\ Windham 
/ Londonderry 

S u rry 

Keeiie 

Hampton F'ls 
New Ipswich 
Chester 
Nottingham 
So. Hampton 
Hampstead 

Durham 
Boscawen 
.Swanzey 
Richmond 
Keene 
Chesterneld 
JafFrey 

Monad. No. 5 
(Marlborough) 
Candia 
Charlestown 
(^ilsum 

Raby (Brook- 
line) 
Society Land 

(Antrim) 
Hawke (Dan- 
ville) 
Temple 
New Hamp- 
shire 
( Chester 
) Londonderry 
Stoddard 
Winchester 
Exeter 



Private 



Private 



Private 



Private 



Matross 
Private 

Sergeant 

Private 

Matross 
Private 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

4 
4 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

4 
4 
4 
4 

4 

4 

4 
4 



243 

29,1 
304 
329 
396 
411 
41 G 
422, 443 

443 
443 

446 
446 
448 
554 
4S6 
495 
497 
506 
521 
526 
534 
537 
564 
581 
585 
587 

605, 636 

606, 636 

690, 691 
630 
715 

639, 743 

755, 765 

780 

787 
821 

823 

827 

841 

859, 860 



180 



KEVOLUTIONAEY DOCUMENTS 



Name 




Mass. Rolls 



Dorr. William 
Dougherty, Thomas 
Douglas, Alexander 
Thomas 

Dow, Evan 

Jabez 

Reuben 

Thomas 
Dudley, Davidson 

Jeremiah, Jr. 
Dunster, Henry 
Dustin, Moses 
Dutch. John 
Dutton, Jonathan 

Dwinell, John 
Eastman, Benjamin 

Caleb 



Stephen 

Zachariah 
Eaton, Elisha 
James 

Jesse 
Sylvanus 
Eddy, James 
. Elkins, Henry 

Ellinwood, Samuel 
Elliot, David 

Jacob 

John 

John 

John 

Jonathan 

Samuel 

Thomas 

Timothy 

William 
Ellis. Deniamin 

Caleb 

John 
Emerson, Joseph 



Dover 

Portsmouth 
Jatirey 
Keene 

Hollis 

Kensington 

Hollis 

Atkinson 

Hrentwood 

Kingston 

Mason 

Candia 

Xewmarket 
I Amherst 
[Hollis 

Londonderry 

Hawke (Dan- 
ville) 

Hollis. Cocker- 
mouth 

(Groton or 
Hebron) 

Hawke (Dan- 
ville) 

Londonderry 

Seabrook 

Candia 

Chester 

Candia 

Seabrook 

Keene 

Hawke (Dan- 
ville) 

Amherst 

Mason 

Chester 

Canterbury 

Newton 

Peterborough 

Newton 



Hollis 
Keene 

Kiohmond 
A.tkinson 



Matross 
Private 
Matross 
Private 



Captain 
Private 



First Lieut. 
Private 



Drummer 
Private 
Sergeant 
Private 



Corporal 
Private 



8S5 

899 

903 

905 

16 

910 

910 

914 

916 

4 

11 

68 

93, 94 

2, 95 

100 

111 
158 

1.58 



160 



.5 




153 


5 




169 


.1 




170 


5 




171 


5 




183 


5 




198 


5 




276 


1 




195 


.5 




271 


5 


319. 


326 


5 




28S 


5 




292 


5 




273 


5 


2S9, 


293 


5 




290 


5 


201, 


293 


5 


291, 


293 


5 


275, 


320 


5 




296 


5 
5 
5 




297 
284 
345 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



181 









Mass. Rolls 


Name 


Residence 


Rank 








Vol. 


Page 


Emerson, Jost^ph, Jr. 


Atkinson 


Private 


5 


371 


William 


Portsmouth 


Seaman 


5 


3.52 


Emery, Richard 


Peterborough 


Private 


.5 


3.59 


Richardson 




" 


5 


372 


Evans, Benjamin 


Somersworth 


Gunner 


.5 


400, 412 


John 


Walpole 


Private 


5 


1S8 


William 


Kensington 


" 


.5 


419 


Fairfield, Jeremiah 


Peterborough 


" 


.5 


472 


Farley, Kendall 


Amherst 


Corporal 


r^ 


501 


Farmer, Minot 


Hollis 


Sergeant 


.") 


.509, 869 


Farnsworth. David 


" 


Drummer 


5 


514, 51 S 


Felker, Isaiah 


Barring'ton 


Private 


5 


.593 


Fellows, Benjamin 


New Breton 
(Andover) 




5 


593 


Hezekiah 


Concord 


Matross 


.5 


594 


Felt. Joseph 


New Ipswich 


Private 


5 


601 


Ferguson, Eleazer 


Exeter 




) ^ 


617 
151 


Ferrin, Alpheus 


Sandown 


" 


f> 


62S 


Moses 


^ Plaistow 
( Kingston 




5 


629 


Fifield, Stephen 


Brentwood 


" 


5 


659 


Fisk, James 


Hollis 


" 


5 


721 


Josiah 


" 


" 


.5 


726 


Fitzgerald, Jos. Mead 


Portsmouth 


" 


.') 


740 


Flanders, Ezekiel 


Plaistow 


Corporal 


.') 


760 


Jacob 


J Candia 
^ Concord 


Private 


.5 


760 


Jacob 


So. Hampton 


" 


5 


76] 


Stephen 


Plaistow 


" 


5 


762 


Fletcher, John 


1 W^alpole 
j ^Marlow 




5 


775 


Samnel 


Marlow 


" 


5 


783 


Foot, Samuel 


Londonderry 


Corporal 


.5 


842 


Samuel 


Chester 


Private 


.5 


842 


Ford, James 


Notting-ham 


Lieutenaiit 


.') 


858 


Foss, Henry 


Portsmouth 


Drummer 


5 


883 


Foster, Joseph 


Dunbarton 


Matross 


.5 


917 


Fowler, Ebenezer 


Seabrook 


Private 


5 


949 


Philip 


SandowTi 


Drummer 


.') 


943, 954 


French. Joseph 


\ Hollis 
\ Amherst 


Private 


6 


SO 


Xehemiah 


Hollis 


" 


fi 


87 


Silas 


Keene 


" 


6 


92, 97 


Thomas 


\ Salem 

} Hampstead 


" 


6 


94 


William 


j Peterborough 
( Nelson 


n 


6 


96 



182 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 









Mass. Rolls 


Name 


Residence 


Rank 








Vol. 


Page 


Fuller, Ezra 


New Ipswich 


Matross 


6 


161 


Joshua 


Surr,v 


Private 


6 


174 


Gage, Job 


Salem 


" 


6 


217 


Gardner, Amos 


Goflfstown 


" 


6 


2c9, 289 


Garland, Dodavah 


Rochester 


" 


6 


288 


Jonathan 


" 


" 


6 


288, 289 


George, Jonathan 


Londonderry 


" 


6 


357 


Samuel 


Seabrook 


" 


6 


360 


Gernse^-, John 


Richmond 


" 


6 


294 


Getchell, Zebediah 


Plaistnw 


" 


R 


477 


Gilchrist, Richard 


Peterborovigh 


" 


6 


425 


Gile, Abraham 


\ Hampstead 
( Coiis 


" 


6 


426 


Giles, Daniel 


Brentwood 


Matross 


8 


800 


Richard 


Londonderry 


Private 


{ t 


430 
800 


Thomas 


New Boston 


Corporal 


6 


432 


Gill, Silas 


New Ipswich 


Private 


f. 


443 


Gilman, Caleb 


( Exeter 
i Wakefield 


Sergeant 


6 


459 


Daniel 


Kingston 


Private 


6 


453 


Jeremiah 


riaistow 


Captain 


6 


460 


John 


Exeter 


Private 


fi 


460 


Nathaniel 


( King'ston 
( Brentwood 


Sergeant 


6 


461 


William 


Plaistow 


Private 


fi 


461 


Glasscock. William 


Brentwood 


" 


fi 


485 


Goodrich, Ezekiel 


New Boston 


Lieutenant 


fi 


934 


Goodwin, Jonathan 


Portsmouth 




f. 


616 


Noah 


Somersworth 


Drummer 


6 


619 


(iordon, Caleb 


Kingston 


Private 


fi 


635 


Josiah 


Chester 




fi 


634 


Josiah 


Exeter 


Pri\ate 


R 


634 


Gorton, Henry 


Londonderry 




fi 


658 


Goss, John 


Hollis 


First Lieut. 


fi 


654 


Gould. Jonas 


Charlestown 


Private 


fi 


676 


Stephen 


Amherst 


" 


fi 


629, fi84 


Gove, Moses 


Seabrook 


" 


fi 


623 


Grace, Manuel 


Hollis 


Matross 


fi 


701 


Graham, John 


Peterborough 


Private 


fi 


710 


William 


" 


Corporal 


fi 


711, 784 


Grant, Daniel 


Somersworth 


Private 


fi 


725 


Duncan 


Portsmouth 


" 


fi 


726 


(iraves, Josiah 


New Breton 
(Andover) 


" 


6 


752 


Josiah, Jr. 


" 


" 


fi 


752 


Samuel 


Monadnock 


" 


6 


757 


Gra.v, Hugh 


Keene 


Fi-st Lieut. 


fi 


769 


James 


Portsmouth 


Captain 


6 


771 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



183 









Mass. Rolls 


Mame 


Residence 


Rank 








Vol. 


Page 


Gray, Joseph ' 


Keene 


Private 


6 


77.5 


Moses 


Poplin (Fre- 
mont) 




6 


873 


William 


Keene 


" 


6 


781 


Greelej-, Benjamin 


Nottingham 


" 


6 


791 


Green, Bradbury 


Hampton 


Corporal 


6 


797 


Jonathan 


Candia 


Private 


6 


785 


Joseph 


Peterborough 


" 


6 


821 


Joseph 


Swanzey 


" 


6 


821 


Thomas 


( Peterborough 
1 Swanzey 




6 


835 


Gregg, Jacob 


Peterborough 


" 


fi 


707 


Griclley, Samuel 


Hollis 


Captain 


6 


875 


Griffin, Ebenezer 


Kingston 


Sergeant 


6 


885 


John 


Chester 


Drummer 


6 


877 


Samuel 


Kingston 


Private 


6 


885 


Samuel 


Temple 


" 


6 


878, 885 


Thomas 


Chester 


Drummer 


6 


885 


Thomas 


San down 


" 


6 


879 


Griffith, Abraham 


Swanzey 


Matross 


6 


890 


(iriffiths. John 


Portsmouth 


Corporal 


6 


889 


Griggs, John 


Keene 


Ensign 


fi 


891 


Grimes, Jonathan 


( Peterborough 
1 Hillsborough 


Private 


6 


897 


Moses 


Londonderry 


Sergeant 


6 


898 


William 


" 


Private 


6 


898 


Griswold, Isaac 


Gilsum 


" 


6 


903 


Grow, Isaac 


Exeter 


Sergeant 


6 


931 


Gunnison, John 


Portsmouth 


Private 


6 


954 


Hafford, Prince 


Chester 




7 


22 


Hale, David 


Atkinson 


Private 


7 


48 


Henry 


Plaistow 


" 


7 


50 


Halfpenny, John 


Peterborough 


" 


7 


62 


Hall, Benjamin 


Keene 


" 


7 


67 


Caleb 


Chester 


" 


7 


69 


Daniel 


New Ipswich 


" 


7 


71 


Hananiah 


Keene 


" 


7 


80 


John 


Portsmouth 


Seaman 


7 


89 


Ham, John 


New Hamp- 
shire 


Private 


7 


133 


Handley. Morris 


Londonderry 


Sergeant 


7 


217 


Hardy, Theophilus 


Exeter 


Private 


7 


257, 280 


Markness, John 


New Ipswich 


Second Lieut. 


7 


286 


Harriman, Joab 


Chester 




7 


281 


John 


Hampstead 


Corporal 


7 


316 


Joseph 


" 


Private 


7 


769 


William 


" 


Matross 


7 


667, 770 


Harris, David 


Keene 


Private 


7 


340 


Harvey, John 


Portsmouth 


Matross 


7 


402 



184 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 









Mass. Rolls 


Name 


Residence 


Rank 








Vol. 


Page 


Harvey, William 


Portsmouth 


Private 


7 


407, 409 


Haskell, Jason 


Merrimack 


" 




370, 437, 45S 


Job 


Hamilton F'ls 


Sergeant 


7 


.426 


Hayes, James 


Exeter 


Seaman 


7 


644 


Hayward, David 


Marlow 


Private 


7 


616 


Joseph 


" 


" 


7 


625 


Nathan 


\ Surry 
( Marlow 


" 


7 


547, 627 










Hearns, Dudley 


Epping 


" 


7 


667 


Heath, Aaron 


Alstead 


•' 


7 


678 


Daniel 


Plaistow 


Drummer 


7 


679 


Enoch 


Hampstead 


Private 


7 


679 


Eichard 


" 


Matross 


7 


682 


Samuel 


" 




7 


683 


Samuel 


Plaistow 


Gunner 


7 


683 


Stephen 


'• 


Corporal 


7 


683 


Zebediah 


Hampstead 


Private 


7 


684 


Hig'gins, Edward 


Portsmouth 


Seaman 


7 


842 


Hill, David 


Candia 


Drummer 


7 


873 


Ebenezer 


Merrimack 


Private 


7 


874 


Samuel 


Hollis 


Sergeant 


7 


900 


Hills, Stephen 


Amherst 


Matross 


7 


920 


Hillsgrove, John 


) Peterborough 
^ Temple 


Private 


7 


921 


Hobart, Isaac 


Hollis 


K 


8 


12, 22 


Hockley, James 


Peterborough 


Sergeant 


7 

8 


560 
25 


Hodgdon, William 


Dover 


Matross 


8 


29 


Hogg, Ebenezer 


Hampstead 


Ensign 


8 


60 


Hoit, David 


Boscawen 


Private 


8 


415 


Ebenezer 


Hawke (Dan- 
ville) 




8 


64 


Jonathan 


Poplin (Fre- 
mont) 




8 


65 


Simeon 


^ Goffstown 
) Danville 




8 


07 


Holbrook, Benjamin 


Charlestown 


" 


8 


72 


Samuel 


Portsmouth 


" 


8 


86 


Holdridge, Jehiel 


Gilsum 


Matross 


8 


120 


Holmes, Lemuel 


Walpole 


Lieutenant 


8 


171 


Philip 


" 


Private 


8 


173 


Stetson 


Winchester 


" 


8 


176, 184 


Holt, Jabez 


Amherst 




8 


190 


Hopkins, John 


Londonderry 


Corporal 


8 


239 


Hosley, Samuel 


Hollis 


Private 


8 


286 


Houston, Thomas 


Peterborough 


" 


7 


805 


Howard, David 


Marlow 


" 


8 


358 


Joseph 


" 




8 


370 


Howe, Baxter 


Hillsborough 


Sergeant 


8 


328 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



185 









Mass. Rolls 


Xame 


Residence 


Rank 








Vol. 


Page 


Howe, JaazaDiah 


Alstead 


Bombardier 


8 


336 


Jonas 


^ Peterborough 
^^larlborough 


Private 


8 


.387 


Xehemiah 


Westmoreland 


" 


8 


345 


Samuel 


Amherst 


" 


8 


347 


Tilly 


Keene 


" 


8 


349, 390 


Hubbard, David 


Acworth 


Drummer 


8 


426 


David 


Charlestown 


" 


8 


444 


Elisha 


Xew; Ipswich 


Sergeant 


8 


428 


Hunt, Henry- 


Hawke (Dan- 
ville) 


Private 


8 


517 


Moses 


•' 


Fifer 


8 


530 


Hunter, Eobert 


Londonderry 




8 


550 


Hunting-ton, William 


Plaistow 


Private 


8 


555 


Huntley, Nathan 


Marlow 


•' 


8 


556 


Huntoon, Jonathan 


Salisbury 




8 


556 


Samuel 


Kingston 


Sergeant 


8 


556 


Hutchins, Samuel 


Temple 


Private 


8 


4.52 


William 


Weare 


Sergeant 


8 


585 


Hutchinson, Alexander 


Londonderry 


^latross 


8 


585 


Hyde, James 


Canterbury 


Private 


7 


832 


Ingalls, Henry 


Richmond 


Sergeant 


8 


612 


Ingraham, Alexander 


Charlestown 


Private 


8 


629, 633 


Jackson, Daniel 


Portsmouth 


Seaman 


8 


661 


Jacobs, John 


Merrimack 


Private 


8 


699 


Joshua 


Portsmouth 


Seaman 


8 


701 


Jameson, Hugh 


Londonderry 


Private 


8 


711 


Jennings. Jos. or Job 


Rye 


" 


8 


770, 773 


Jewell, Enos 


Chester 


'" 


8 


1026 


Joseph 


So. Hampton 


n 


8 


789 


Jewett, Samuel 


Exeter 


" 


8 


798 


Samuel 


Hollis 


a 


8 


792, 798, 1026 


Johnson, Ithamar 


Dublin 


" 


8 


834, 885 


Simeon 


" 


" 


8 


873, 888 


William 


Wilton 


a 


8 


882 


Jones, Josiah 


Londonderry 


" 


8 


942 


Samuel 


Somersworth 


" 


8 


953 


Jordan, John 


Portsmouth 


" 


8 


983 


Joyce, Thomas 


Londonderry 


Matross 


8 


891, 1019 


Joyner, William 


Walpole , 


Private 


8 


1021 


Judkins, Ebenezer 


Exeter 


" 


8 


1025 


Keefe, Jeremiah 


Londonderrj' 


" 


9 


11 


Michael 


Amherst 


« 


) I 


219 








11 


Kelly. John 


Walpole 


(( 


9 


47 


Kemp, Thomas 


Hollis 


" 


9 


88 


William 


J Peterborough 
} Stoddard 


Matross 


9 


89 


Kendal], Xathan 


Amherst 


Fifer 


9 


3, 96 



186 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 









Mass. Rolls 


Name 


Residence 


Rank 








Vol. 


Page 


Kennedy, James 


Peterborough 


Private 


9 


3 


John 


" 


Sergeant 


9 


4 


Kenney, Israel 


Mollis 


Private 


9 


120 


Samuel 


New Ipswich 


" 


9 


122, 306 


Keyes. Abner 


Hollis 


Corporal 


9 


149, 157, 399 


Kidder, Wilder 


Temple 


Fifer 


9 


174 


Kilton. Thomas 


Concord 


Gunner 


9 


199 


Kimball, John 


Plaistow 


Private 


9 


217 


Natlianiel 


" 


Sergeant 


9 


221 


King-, Benjamin 


New Ipswich 


Private 


9 


243 


Kingsbury, Ebenezer 


'_ Keene 
' Alstead 


^latross 


9 


290 


Knapp, Abiel 


Richmond 


Private 


9 


327 


Kneeland, Ichabod 


New Breton 
(Andover) 




9 


339 


Knii^ht, Abiel 


Plaistow 


" 


9 


341 


Francis 


Dunbarton 




9 


346 


Knowles, Isaac 


Candia 


Private 


9 


364 


Knowlton, Elias 


Dublin 


" 


9 


3S2 


Tliomas 


Nottingham 


" 


9 


368, 388 


Ladd, Benjamin 


) Brentwood 
( Deerfield 




9 


406 


John 


S Chester 
( Sandown 


a 


9 


406 


Lamson, Jeremiah 


Amherst 


Bombardier 


9 


451 


Joseph 


Exeter 


Seaman 


9 


455 


Samuel 


Amherst 


Private 


9 


457 


Samuel 


Exeter 


Sergeant 


9 


451, 457 


Lancaster, Samuel 


So. Hampton 


Private 


9 


461, 498 


Lane, Jacob 


Chester 


" 


9 


476 


Larabee, Stephen 


Keene 


" 


9 


522, 524 


Lary, Daniel 


jEpping 
J Exeter 


>( 


9 


530 


Lawrence, Abraham 


Winchester 


" 


9 


561 


Martin 


Packersfield 
(Nelson) 




9 


569 


Leach, William 


Chester 




9 


647 


Leavitt. Benjamin 


Exeter 


Private 


9 


614 


William 


" 


" 


9 


617 


Leland, Eleazer 


) Croydon 
t Graff on 




9 


666 


Leonard, Solomon 


Peterborough 


a 


9 


705 


Let ton. John 


Newcastle 




9 


716 


Lewis, Benjamin 


Portsmouth 


Seaman 


9 


732 


Eli 


Marlow 


Private 


9 


737 


James 


Monad. No. ^ 
(Marlborough) 


Corporal 


9 


741 


Libby, James 


Candia 




9 


619 


Light, Ebenezer 


Exeter 


Ensign 


9 


786 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



187 









Mass. Rolls 


Name 


Residence 


Rank 








Vol. 


Page 


Light, John 


Exeter 


Corporal 


9 


786 


Little, Joseph 


Boscawen 




9 


8G6, 869 


Thomas 


I'eterborough 




9 


872 


Locke, Moses 


Deerfield 


Private 


9 


902 


Long-, Benjamin 


Chester 


" 


9 


917 


Joseph 


^ Candia 
f C hester 


" 


9 


919 


Lougee, James 


Londonderry- 


" 


6 


659 


Jonathan 


Exeter 


Corporal 


9 


932, 986 


Moses 


*' 


Fifer 


9 


932, 986 


Lovering. Josepn 


" 


Private 


9 


1012 


Lowell. John 


New Boston 


" 


9 


1040 


Peter 


Camden 
(Washington) 


'* 


9 


1038 


Lull, Simon 


Londonderry 




10 


33 


McAllister, Benjamin 


^Merrimack 


Private 


10 


411, 412 


Randall 


Peterborough 


Sergeant 


10 


411, 412, 418 
443, 552 


William 


Newcastle 


" 


10 


412, 442 


McClary, David 


Londonderi-y 


" 


10 


430 


McClinche, Joseph 


Amherst 


Private 


10 


116, 434 


McClui'e, James 


Candia 


" 


10 


439 


William 


Merrimack 


Sergeant 


10 


439 


McClurg'. (ieorge 


S Peterborough 
( Antrim 


Private 


10 


437, 441 


Eobert 


S Peterborough 
( Antrim 


" 


10 


441 


McConnor. James 


Hollis 


CorjKjral 


10 


447 


MeCormick, John 


New Hamp- 
shire 


Matross 


10 


450 


Eobert 


Merrimack 


Private 


10 


448 


McCoy, James 


Suncook 

(Pembroke) 


Matross 


10 


451 


McDaniel, Edmund 


Francestown 


Private 


10 


461, 466 


Edward 


Coventry 
(Benton) 


" 


10 


106 


John 


Londonderrj- 


" 


10 


465 


McFarland, Joseph 




44 


10 


487 


McGaj-, Samuel 




" 


10 


492 


McGilvary, William 


^lerrimack 


^ratross 


10 


491, 493 


McGrath, Daniel 


Amherst 


Private 


10 


496 


McGreg'or, London 


GofFstown 




10 


137 


Mclntire, Jacob 


Lyndeborough 




10 


114 


Mcintosh, Archibald 


Raby (Brook- 
line) 


Private 


10 


108. 510 


James 


" 


Corporal 


10 


146 


James 


Hollis 


" 


10 


501, 510 


Mack, Archibald 


Londonderry 


Private 


10 


108 


James 


Merrimack 


" 


10 


109 



188 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 









Mass. Rolls 


Name 


Residence 


Kank 








Vol. 


Fage 


Mack, Jeremiah 


Marlow 


Private 


10 


109 


Maekay, John 


Londonderry 


Sergeant 


10 


110 


McKean, James 


Peterborough 


Private 


10 


517 


McKnight, Robert 


Londonderry 


" 


10 


568 


McMahan, James 


" 


" 


10 


548 


McMillan, Archibald 


jXew Boston 
(Peterborough 




10 


555, 557 


Magoon, Moses 


Brentwood 




11 


236 


Samuel 


Exeter 


Private 


10 


605 


Mandel, John 


Henniker 


Gunner 


\ n 


172 
200 


Manuel, Peter 


Hampstead 




10 


189 


Samuel 


Bo\v 




10 


208 


March, Samuel 


Portsmouth 


Private 


10 


220 


Margery, Jonathan 


Deering 


" 


10 


227 


Marsden. George 


Londonderry 


Adjutant 


10 


2.37 


Marsh, Dudley 


Exeter 


Private 


10 


240, 309 


Marshall. Benjamin 


Nottingham 


" 


10 


254, 257 


Benjamin, Jr. 


" 


" 


10 


2.58 


David 


Temple 


" 


10 


222 


James 


Peterborough 


" 


10 


260 


John 


Londonderry 


" 


10 


255, 261 


Martin, Christopher 


Wilton 


" 


10 


. 271 


Eleazer 


Richmond 


" 


10 


283 


Jesse 


Deering 


it 


10 


287 


Matthews, John 


Peterborough 


'• 


10 


349, 355 


Thomas 


New Boston 


]\ratross 


10 


359 


Maynard, Jedediah 


Marlborough 


Cor])oral 


10 


395 


Mayo, Daniel 


Londonderry 


Private 


10 


388 


Meloon. Enoch 


Portsmouth 


Sergeant 


10 


620 


Timothy 


Londonderry 


Private 


10 


618, 621 


Melvin, David 


Xew Ipswich 




10 


625 


Merrill, Benjamin 


Amherst 




10 


663. 669 


Metcalf, Ezra 


Keene 


Sergeant 


10 


704 


Luke 


" 


Corporal 


10 


708 


Mighill, Thomas 


Deerfield 


Private 


10 


725, 727 


Miller, Farrar 


Temple 


" 


10 


750 


James 


Chester 




10 


756 


Mills, Bradbury 


W^eare 


Private 


10 


• 791 


Minot, Joseph 


Hollis 


Corporal 


10 


819 


Mitchell, Caleb 


Exeter 


Sergeant 


10 


717, 830 


Francis 


Londonderry 


Private 


10 


832, 846 


James 


Peterborough 


" 


10 


847 


John 


Londonderry 


Sergeant 


10 


835, 848 


Samuel 


Peterborough 


" 


10 


840, 853 


William 


" 


Private 


10 


842 


Mixter, Timothy 


" 


" 


10 


858, 859 


Monroe, Josiah 


" 


Sergeant 


10 


881 


Moore, Ephraim 


Hampstead 




11 


13 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



189 









Mass. Rolls 


Name 


Residence 


Rank 








Vol. 


Page 


^loore, James 


Hampstead 




11 


14 


James 


Merrimack 


Matross 


10 


922, 940 


James 


Peterborough 


Private 


10 


922 


Samuel 


Candia 


" 


10 


942 


Samuel 


Chester 


" 


10 


911, 93H 


William 


Candia 


" 


10 


9i:5 


William 


Chester 


" 


I 11 


9:57 
9 


Morrill, ^licajah 


Atkinson 


Corporal 


11 


50 


Morrison, John 


Londonderry 


Private 


11 


44, 70 


John 


Peterborough 


" 


11 


Ofi 


Thomas 




" 


11 


49 


Morse, Elijah 


New Ipswich 


Corporal 


11 


90 


PZzra 


Dublin 


Private 


11 


92 


John 


Chester 


Sergeant 


11 


127 


Jonathan 


Dublin 


Private 


11 


102 


Closes 


^ Candia 
} Chester 


" 


11 


129 


Philip 


Candia 


(( 


11 


129 


Samuel 


** 


" 


11 


129 


Thomas 


Keene 


" 


11 


121 


^Mulligan. Edmund 


Londonderry 


Private 


11 


188 


Munn. Joel 


Deerfield 


Sergeant 


11 


198, 20.'> 


Murphy, Patrick 


•Somers worth 




11 


239 


?klurray, John 


Hollis 


Private 


10 


827 


^lussey, Robert 


Dublin 


Lieutenant 


11 


257 


Thomas 


" 


Drummer 


11 


257 


Nelson, William 


Keene 


Private 


11 


324 


Nesmith, John 


Londonderry 


First Lieut. 


11 


326 


Nevins, Phineas 


Ilollis 


Private 


11 


328 


William 




Sergeant 


11 


329 


Nichols, Adam 


Antrim 


Private 


11 


416 


James 


Brentwood 


" 


11 


411 


John 


Exeter 


" 


11 


423 


John 


Londonderry 




11 


453 


Thomas 


Antrim 


Lieutenant 


11 


433 


Nims, Asahel 


Keene 


Sergeant 


11 


47 «' 


Eliakim 


" 


Private 


11 


478 


Norris, Benjamin 


Exeter 


" 


11 


512 


David 


" 


Gunner 


11 


513 


Jonathan 


Suncook . 
(Pembroke) 


Matross 


11 


514 


Samuel 


Exeter 


Private 


11 


515 


Norton, Moses 


Portsmouth 


" 


11 


533 


Simon 


Chester 




11 


535 


Nutter, W'illiam 


Portsmouth 


Private 


11 


574 


Odiorne, Nathaniel 


" 




11 


623 


Oliver, Aaron 


Temple 


Private 


11 


635 


Orr, Samuel 


Merrimack 


" 


11 J 


680 



190 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Name 



Residence 




Mass. Rolls 



Vol. 



Page 



Oi-r, ^Villianl 
Osmond, Henry 
Paii-e. Eli 

PInoch 

Isaac 

Jonathan 
Philip 

Paine, Abel 
Palmer, Simeon 

Stephen 
Parker, Abel 

James 

Jonathan 

Phineas 

Samuel 
Parrott, Samuel 
Patch, David 
Pattee, James Paul 
Patten, David 

John 

Nathaniel 

Nathaniel 
Patterson, Adam 

Thomas 
Pearson, Joseph 
Pease, Nathaniel 
Peaslee, David 
Pendexter, Charles 
Perkins, Ebenezer 
Perrin, Eliphalet 

Thomas 
Perry, Abraham 

Jacob 
Peters, Daniel 

Israel 
Pettino-ill. Benjamin 
Peverly, Frederick 

Philbrook, Samuel 
Pidsfe, Henry 
Pierce, Asa 
Nehemiah 
Filler, William 
Platts. John 
Plumley, Joseph 



Merrimack 

Londonderry 

Richmond 

Nottingham 

Peterboroufj-h 

Londonderry 

Weare 

Pigwacket 

(Conway) 
Chestertield 
Exeter 
Candia 

Peterboroui^h 
Londonderry 
New Ipswich 
Wilton 
Amherst 
Portsmouth 
Charlestown' 
Londonderry 
Chester 

Eaby (Brook- 
line) 
Hrtllis 
Amherst 
Temple 
Boscawen 
Salisbury 
Plaistow 
Portsmouth 
Peterborough 
Londonderry 

^ Newmarket 
^ Exeter 

Londonderry 

Richmond 

Plaistow 
Portsmouth 

-(ireenland 

Fitzwilliam 

Wilton 

HoUis 

Portsmouth 

Hollis 

Alstead 



Private 



First Lieut. 
I*rlvate 



Private 



Seaman 
Private 



Private 



Private 



11 
11 
11 
11 
11 

11 
11 

11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 

11 
11 
11 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
12 
11 
11 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



680 
708 
758 
758 
759 

762 
766 

774 

807 

807 

832, 834 

864 

878 

896 

898 

956 

999 

1031 

1016 

1017 

1019 

1009, 1032 

1007, 1022 

1009 

29 

39, 68 

41 

113 

439, 850 

181, 189 

190 

192 

204 

241 

242 

1033 

1044 

276 

298 

360 

15 

94, 380 

414 

462 

478 



BEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMEJSTS 



191 









Mass. Rolls 


Name 


Residence 


Kank 








Vol. 


Page 


Plummer, Timothy 


Newcastle 


Private 


12 


476 


Pollard, Barnard 


Candia 


" 


12 


500 


Ezekiel 


" 


" 


12 


501 


Timothy 


Nottingham 


" 


12 


5CG 


Porter, David 


Londonderry 


" 


12 


5S5 


Noah 


Charlestown 


" 


12 


CO.') 


Potter, Ebenezer 


i FitzwilJiam 
) ]\Iarlborough 




12 


G23 


Powers, Francis 


Hollis 


Private 


12 


651 


Grant 


" 


" 


12 


651 


Jonathan 


" 


" 


12 


654 


Nahum 


3 Plymouth 
^Hollis 




12 


655 


Peter 


Hollis 




12 


560, 646 


Sampson 


" 


Corporal 


12 


657 


Pratt, Ebenezer 


New Ipswich 


Private 


12 


675 


Ezra 


Richmond 


Sergeant 


12 


6S2 


Thomas 


Hollis 


Private 


12 


723 


Prince, Peter 


Portsmouth 


Seaman 


12 


792 


Pritchard, Jeremiah 


New Ipswich 


Private 


12 


773 


Proctor, Ezekiel 


Hollis 


" 


12 


803 


Jeremiah 


) Peterborough 
( Stoddard 




12 


814 


Purmort, Joseph 


Exeter 


" 


12 


851 


Putnam, Benjamin 


Wilton 


" 


12 


859 


Quimbjr, Benjamin 


Hawke (Dan- 
ville) 




12 


889 


Jacob 


Hampstead 


Second Lieut. 


12 


891 


Jacob, Jr. 


" 


Private 


12 


891, 892 


Samuel 


Kingston 




12 


889 


William Dyer 


Hampstead 


Private 


12 


892 


liaino, John 


) Peterborough 
/ New Boston 




12 


968 


Eaymonton, Samuel 


Charlestown 


" 


12 


1013 


Read. Daniel 


Peterborough 


Drummer 


13 


9 


Jacob 


Hollis 


Private 


13 


15, 67 


William 


Amherst 


Corporal 


13 


31 


Rice, Charles 


Surry 


Private 


13 


147 


John 


Hollis 




13 


160 


Richards, Bradley 


Atkinson 


Private 


13. 


197, 203 


Richardson, Richard 


\ Peterboi'ough 
} Stoddard 




13 


261 


Thomas 


\ Candia 
( Chester 




13 


268 


Richey, James 


Peterborough 


" 


13 


278, 302 


Ricker, George 


Somersworth 


" 


13 


300 


Roach, Frederick 


Londonderry 


" 


13 


360 


Eobb, David 


S Peterborough 
} Stoddard 


n 


13 


369 



192 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 









Mass. Rolls 


Name 


Residence 


Kank 








Vol. 


;■ 


Roberts, Amaziah 


Winchester 


Private 


13 


369 


Jeremiah 


Somersworth 


" 


13 


370, 406 


John 


Chester 




13 


366 


John 


Londonderry 




13 


406 


Jonathan or John 


'_ Candia 
( Raymond 


Private 


13 


407 


Love 


Somersworth 


" 


13 


410 


Reuben 


Newmarket 


" 


13 


3G6 


Robin, 


Sandown 


" 


13 


393, 420 


Robinson, Caleb 


Exeter 


Captain 


13 


435 


James 


Pembroke 


Matross 


13 


446 


John 


S Peterborough 
} Londonderry 


Private 


13 


4.51 


Peter 


Amherst 


« 


13 


462 


Timothy 


Richmond 


" 


13 


392, 468, 475 


Roby. James 


Hollis 


Corporal 


13 


475 


Silas 


Merrimack 


Private 


13 


476 


Rogers, John 


Portsmouth 


" 


13 


510 


Samuel 


Londonderry 


Matross 


13 


519 


Rollins, John 


Hampton F'ls 




13 


53/ 


Thomas 


Hollis 


Private 


13 


537 


Ross, James 


Exeter 




13 


586 


Rovve. 


Sandown 


Gunner 


13 


615 


John 


New Breton 
(Andover) 




13 


624 


John 


Chester 


Private 


13 


618 


John 


Portsmouth 


" 


13 


618 


Rowell. Enoch 


Candia 


Sergeant 


13 


626 


Samuel 


Portsmouth 


Matross 


13 


625 


William 


Sandown 


Private 


13 


626, 627 


Rundlett, Satchwell 


Portsmouth 


" 


13 


663 


Runnells, Joseph 


New Durham 




13 


663 


Robert 


3 Chester 
I Candia 


Private 


13 


666 


Russell. Aquilla 


Walpole 


" 


13 


674, 684 


David 


Richmond 


Sergeant 


13 


669, 676, 687 


James 


Litchfield 


Second Lieut. 


13 


600 


W. 


Portsmouth 




13 


704 


William 


Londonderry 




13 


704 


Sarg-ent. Charles 


" 


Sergeant 


13 


810, 820 


Charles 


Portsmouth 


Private 


13 


809, 987 


Charles 


" 


Seaman 


13 


814 


Daniel 


" 


" 


13 


814 


Joseph 


Londonderry 


Private 


13 


811 


Sargent, Paul Dudley 


Amherst 


Colonel 


13 


817, 939, 994 


Sartwell. Simon 


Charlestown 


Sergeant 


13 


825 


Savage. Thomas 


Portsmouth 


" 


13 


840 


Sawtell, John 


New Ipswich 


Artificer 


13 


849, 854. 856 


Jonathan 


Rindge 


Private 


13 


958 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



193 









Mass. Rolls 


Name 


Kesidence 


Kank 








Vol. 


Page 


Sawtell, Solomon 


Hollis 


Private 


14 


645 


Sawyer, John 


Hampstead 


" 


13 


874 


Scales, Isaac 


Plaistow 




13 


896 


Scipio 


" 


Private 


13 


986 


Scott, David 


Peterborough 


Drummer 


13 


912 


James 


t Peterborough 
j Stoddard 


Corporal 


13 


916 


James 


Winchester 


(t 


13 


916 


John 


Peterborough 


Private 


13 


920 


Thomas 


" 


" 


13 


927 


William 


New Ipswich 


" 


13 


928 


William 


Peterborough 


Captain 


13 


929 


William 


" 


Lieutenant 


13 


929 


William 


" 


Private 


13 


929 


Scranton, George 


Salisbury 


" 


13 


931 


Scribner, Samuel 


Hollis 


" 


13 


932 


Searle, Joseph 


" 


" 


13 


942 


Seavey, John 


Nottingham 


" 


13 


901, 1017 


Senter, Abraham 


Portsmouth 


" 


13 


985 


Simeon 


Londonderry 


" 


13 


985 


Thomas 


" 


Sergeant 


13 


986 


Severance, Abel 


New Ipswich 


Private 


13 


1008 


Benjamin 


Boscawen 




13 


1010 


Caleb 


(Nottingham 
"l Londonderry 


Private 


13 


1008 


Daniel 


Camden 
(Washington) 




13 


1008 


Ebenezer 


Temple 


<i 


13 


1017 


Ephraim 


Kingston 


a 


13 


1009 


Joseph 


Nottingham 


"' 


13 


1009, 1011 


Sewall, Thomas 


Lyndeborough 


Sergeant 


13 


1019 


Seward, 


Portsmouth 




14 


668 


John 


" 


Seaman 


14 


669 


Shafter, Simon 


Winchester 


Private 


14 


6 


Shattuck, Jeremiah 


Hollis 


" 


14 


24 


Shaw, Follansbee 


\ Chester 
1 Sandown 
Eaby (Brook- 


" 


14 


46 










Shedd, Daniel 


" 


14 


90 




line) 








Shepherd, Thomas 


Weare 


i< 


14 


127 


Sherman, David 


Richmond. 


<( 


14 


88 


Isaac 


Exeter 


Major 


14 


138 


Shirley, James 


Chester 


Private 


14 


134, 161 


John 


" 


" 


14 


161 


Thomas 


(( 




14 


162 


Simonds, Ephraim 


Plaistow 


Private 


15 


336 


Simeon 


Henniker 


a 


1.5 


340 


Simpson, Edward 


Portsmouth 


Seaman 


14 


254 



194 



EEVOLUTIONAEY DOCUMENTS 









Mass. Eolls 


Name 


Kesidence 


Rank 








Vol. 


Page 


Slade, John 


J Alstead 
f Marlow 


Private 


14 


285 










Sleeper, Joseph 


Hawke (Dan- 
ville 


" 


14 


295 


Smith, Benjamin 


Temple 


' 




14 


352 


Elisha 


Exeter 


' 




14 


390 


James 


Plaistow 


' 




14 


426 


John 


Hollis 


' 




14 


445 


John 


Londonderry 


' 




14 


447 


Jonathan 


Atkinson 


<t 


14 


587 


Joseph 


Plaistow 


Lieutenant 


14 


476 


Samuel 


Bedford 


Private 


14 


529 


Samuel 


Exeter 


" 


14 


530 


Samuel 


Peterborough 


" 


14 


532 


Trueworthy 


Exeter 


" 


14 


570 


Snow, William 


Wilton 


" 


14 


628 


Soper, Samuel 


New Ipswich 


•' 


14 


643 


Southack, Cyprian 


Portsmouth 


" 


14 


653 


Spaulding, Ebenezer 


Camden 
(Washington) 


Private 


14 


687 


Jacob 


Hollis 


i< 


14 


688 


William 


Eaby (Brook- 
line) 


•t 


14 


674, 677 


William, Jr. 


" 


<( 


14 


674, 678 


Spear, Samuel 


Peterborough 


" 


14 


707 


Spinney, Daniel 


Portsmouth 


" 


14 


723, 728, 729 


Spofford, Jonathan 


Deerfield 


<i 


14 


673 


Stanford, James 


Peterborough 


Corporal 


14 


819 


Joseph 


S Peterborough 
} Nelson 


Private 


14 


821 










Stanhope, Isaac 


Packersfield 
(Nelson) 




14 


825 


Starkey, Joseph 


Swanzey 






14 


857, 928 


Start, John 


Temple 






14 


865 


Stearns, Ephraim 


New Ipswich 






14 


860 


Isaac 


Hollis 






14 


861, 877 


John 


Amherst 






14 


878, 930 


Timothy 


New Ipswich 






14 


863 


Stebbins, Luke 


Kensington 






14 


896 


Steele, Josiah 


Exeter 






14 


903 


Stevens, Caleb 


Merrimack 






14 


955 


Jonathan 


New Ipswich 




« 


15 


240 


Josiah 


Sandown 






14 


974 


Stewart, Alexander 


Peterborough 






14 


950, 991 


Francis 


Merrimack 


Corporal 


14 


993 


William 


« 


Private 




lOOf) 
210 


Stiles, Eli 


Hollis 


" 


15 


17, 18 


Jeremiah 


Keene 


Cap 


tain 


15 


20 



REVOLUTIONAKY DOCUMENTS 



196 









Mas8. Rolls 


Name 


Residence 


Rank 












' Vol. 

f 


Page 


Stiles, Joseph 


Wilton 


Corporal 


15 


21 


Stinson, James 


Peterborough 


Private 


15 


35 


Stocker, Robert 


Gorhamtown 
(Dunbarton) 




15 


45 


Stone, Aaron 


Newton 


Matross 


15 


81 


Daniel 


Keene 


Private 


15 


86 


John 


New Boston 


" 


15 


101 


Jonathan 


Mason 


" 


15 


105 


Josiah 


Temple 


" 


15 


110 


Silas 


Dublin 


" 


15 


121 


Stowe, Jonah 


Alstead 


Corporal 


15 


149 


Straw, John 


^ Chester 
f Sandown 


Private 


15 


177 










Thomas 


K Chester 
) Candia 


" 


15 


177 










William 




" 


15 


177 


Stubbs, Isaac 


Brentwood 


" 


15 


211, 212 


Swan, John 


Peterborough 


Sergeant 


15 


275 


Swett, Samuel 


Kingston 


" 


15 


287 


Stockman 


Halestown 
(Weare) 


Private 


15 


287, 310 


Sykes, Othniel 


Hinsdale 


" 


14 


203, 204 


Taggart, James 


S Peterborough 
( Conway 


Corporal 


15 


362 


John 


Peterborough 


Private 


15 


363 


Tate, Mark 


Somersworth 


" 


15 


403 


Taylor, Amos 


Hollis 


Matross 


15 


415 


Bradstreet 


Exeter 


Private 


15 


418 


Daniel 


Hollis 


". 


15 


419 


David 


Charlestown 


Surgeon 


15 


421 


John 


Hillsborough 


Private 


15 


374 


Joseph 


j Chester 
i Sandown 


" 


15 


410 










Joseph 


Peterborough 


" 


15 


410, 442 


Silas 


Stoddard 




15 


455 


Solomon 


Deerfield 


Private 


15 


455 


Temple, John 


Temple 


" 


15 


476 


Thatcher, Joseph 


Keene 


" 


15 


508 


Thayer, Alles 


Richmond 


(t 


15 


518 


Jeremiah 


" 


" 


15 


537 


Nehemiah 


<( 


" 


15 


549 


Paul 


Deerfield 


u 


15 


552 


Thing, Nathaniel 


Exeter 


Sergeant 


15 


573 


Thomas, Peter 


Portsmouth 


Private 


15 


608 


Philip 


Rindge 


Captain 


15 


609 


Thompson, Amos 


Pigwacket 
(Conway) 


Corporal 


15 


627 


James 


Peterborough 


Private 


15 


673 


Jesse 


Westmoreland 


" 


15 


841 



196 



KEVOLUTiONARy DOCUMENTS 









M 


ass. Rolls 


Name 


Residence 


Rank 








Vol. 


Page 


Thurber, Hezekiah 


Eichmond 


Corporal 


15 


708 


Thurston, Moses 


Mollis 


Private 


15 


713, 717, 719 


Torse3% Joseph 


Brentwood 


Drummer 


15 


877 


Joseph 


( Chester 
) Sandown 


Private 


15 


875 










Towle, Anthony 


Candia 


" 


15 


902 


Anthony 


Chester 


" 


15 


820 


Brackett 


" 


Corporal 


15 


820, 902 


Francis 


« 


Private 


15 


820, 902 


Jeremiah 


" 


" 


15 


820, 902 


Towne, Arclielaus 


Amherct 


Captain 


15 


918 


Archelaus, Jr. 


" 


Private 


15 


904, 919 


Ezra 


New Ipswich 


Captain 


15 


909 


Ezra, Jr. 


" 


Private 


15 


909 


Towusend, Ebenezer 


Hollis 


" 


15 


927 


Tozier, John 


Monad. No. 5 
(Marlborough) 




15 


941 


Treadwell, Samiiel 


Peterborough 


" 


16 


9, 35 


Tubbs, Fredericli 


Marlow 


Corporal 


16 


92 


Tucker, John 


Peterborough 


Private 


16 


108 


Tufton, Thomas Satch- 










well 


New Ipswich 


" 


16 


131 


Turner, James 


JafPrey 


" 


16 


170 


Joshua 


Charlestown 


Matross 


16 


177 


Moses 


Candia 




16 


180 


Twombly, Moses 


Madbury 




16 


225 


Twyman, John 


Conway 


Private 


16 


225 


Usher, Eleazer 


Merrimack 


Private 


16 


274 


Vance, John 


Chester 


i« 


16 


279 


John 


Londonderry 


Sergeant 


16 


279 


William 


" 


Fifer 


16 


280 


Variel, Joseph 


Dartmouth 
Colle-e 


Private 


16 


290 


Vorce, Franch 


Portsmouth 


Seaman 


16 


351 


Waddell, John 


Londonderry 


Private 


16 


366 


Wadsworth, Ebenezer 


Alstead 


" 


16 


380 


Waldron, George 


Portsmouth 




16 


420 


Walker, James 


New Boston 


Private 


16 


451 


Joseph 


Portsmouth 




17 




Sampson 


Merrimack 


Sergeant 


16 


477 


Zaccheus 


" 


First Lieut. 


16 


488 


Wallingford, David 


Hollis 


Second Lieut. 


1 " 

17 


500 


Walton, Josiah 


New Ipswich 


Private 




Ward, Melcher 


Hampton F'ls 




17 




Wardwell, Jeremiah 


Pembroke 


Private 


i 17 


555 










Watson, Jonathan 


Plaistow 


" 


16 


713 


Weare, James 


Londonderry 


Drummer 


17 





KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



197 









Mass. Rolls 


Name 


Residence 


Rank 








Vol. 


Page 


Weare, John 


Merrimack 


Private 


17 




Webster, Abraham 


Weare 


" 


16 


770 


Benjamin 


Boscawen 




If) 


771 


Joseph 


Salem 




16 


776 


Welch, Benjamin 


Nottingham 




16 


415, 861 


John Lewis 


New Boston 


Sergeant 


16 


858 


Matthias 


Nottingham 




16 


862 


Peter 


Dublin 


Second Lieut. 


16 


859 


Samuel 


New Boston 




16 


814 


Wells, Joseph 


Nottinghatn 


Private 


16 


846 


Westcott, James 


Eichmond 


Corporal 


16 


679, 903 


Weston, Nathan 


New Ipswich 


Private 


16 


917 


Sutherick 


Amherst 


Matross 


16 


920 


Wheat, Thomas 


Hollis 


Private 


16 


951 


Wheaton, Samuel 


Merrimack 


Drummer 


16 


1037 


Wheeler, Jonathan 


Keene 


Private 


16 


978 


Lebbeus 


Hollis 


a 


16 


980 


Eeuben 


Amherst 


" 


16 


988 


Whitcher, Richard 


New Boston 


Ensign 


17 




Whitehouse, Enoch 


Somersworth 


Private 


17 




Whiting-, Amos 


Pelham 


" 


17 




Whitman, Levi 


Londonderry 




17 




Whitney, Stephen 


Newton 


Private 


17 




Timothy 


u 


" 


17 




Whittemore, Benjamin 


Nottingham 


" 


17 




Whitten, Samuel 


• Merrimack 


Drummer 


17 




Whittier, Jacob 


New Hamp- 
shire 


Corporal 


17 




Whittum, Jeremiah 


" 


Private 


17 




Wilkins, Bray 


Hollis 


Sergeant 


17 




Jonathan 


Amherst 


Private 


17 




Willett, Joshua 


Weare 


" 


17 




Williams, Benjamin 


< Plaistow 
J Hawke (Dan- 
ville) 


(( 


17 




Wilson, Benjamin 


Londonderry 


(( 


17 




Daniel 


Keene 


(( 


17 




Elijah 


Pelham 


" 


17 




George 


Peterborough 
Stoddard 


" 


17 




John 


Stoddard 


" 


17 




Eobert 


Candia 


" 


17 




Supply 


New Ipswich 


Corporal 


17 




William 


Candia 


Private 


17 




Witherell, John 


Somersworth 


" 


17 




Withing-ton, William 


Fitzwilliam 


" 


17 




Wood, William 


Hollis 


" 


17 




Woodcock, Michael 


Peterborough 


" 


17 




Woolley, John 


Eichmond 


<( 


17 





198 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 









Mass. KoUs 


Name 


Residence 


Bank 








Vol. 


Page 


Worcester, Noah 


Hollis 


Fifer 


17 




Worth, Timothy- 


Hawke (Dan- 
ville) 


Pi'ivate 


17 




Wright, Daniel 


Gilsum 


Gunner 


17 




Samuel 


Hollis 


Private 


17 




Uriah 


t« 


" 


17 




Wyman, John 


Kingston 




17 




Yeaton, Kichard 


Somersworth 


Sergeant 


17 




Young-, David 


Kingston 


Private 


17 




Edward Clark 


Salem 


Matross 


17 




Jonathan 


Kingston 




17 




Joseph 


Atkinson 


Private 


17 




Joseph 


Gilsum 




17 





NEW HAMPSHIRE 
EEVOLTJTIONARY PENSION EOLL 



Reprinted from Volume 1 of the '■'■ Report from the Secretary of 
War in Obedience to Resolutions of the Seyiate of the 
5th and 30th of June^ 1834, <*w^ ^^^ 3d of March, 
1835, in Relation to the Pension Estab- 
lishment of the United States. 
Washington : Printed by 
Duff Green. 1835.'' 



200 EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

Statement Showing the Names, Rank, ^c, of Invalid Pensioners 



Names 



Caleb Aldrich 
Theophilus B. Adams 



Jared Ballou 
Isaac Brown 
Samuel Basset 
Nehemiah Brown 
James Blodgett 



James Campbell 



Lemuel Dean 



Windsor Gleason 
Jonathan Holton 



Benjamin Howe 
Abijah Houghton 

Elijah Knight 



Samuel W. Loveland 

Peter Mason 
Joel Porter 



Charles Eice 
Aaron Smith 
Hezekiah Sawtell 

(C 

William Smart 



Rank 



Annual 
Allow- 
ance 



Description of Service 



Sergeant 


60.00 


" 


96.00 


Corporal 


30.00 


" 


48.00 


" 


72.00 


Private 


48.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


72.00 


" 


48.00 




96.00 


(( 


64.00 


" 


18.00 


" 


48.00 


(( 


76.80 


" 


30.00 


" 


60.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


15.00 


Lieutenant 


80.00 


" 


120.00 


<( 


136.00 


Private 


72.00 


" 


96.00 


(( 


15.00 


" 


60.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


72.00 


" 


72.00 


(( 


15.00 


" 


24.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


24.00 


" 


30.00 


(( 


48.00 


Ensign 


120.00 


'* 


156.00 


Private 


30.00 


" 


48.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


60.00 


" 


96.00 J 



Col. Bead's regt. 
21st regt. U. S. Inf. 



31st regt. U. S. Inf. 
Read's regt. Inf. 
Steele's co. Inf. 
Parker's co. Inf. 
Massachusetts line 



Cilley's N. H. regt. 
Col. Nichols's regt. 



New Hampshire regt. 

Cilley's N. H. regt. 



11th regt. U. S. Inf. 
Whitcomb's N. H. regt. 

United States Inf. 



11th regt. U. S. Inf. 

Beam's 11th Inf. 
Col. Prescott's regt. 



Stark's regt. 
Bedell's regt. 
New Hampshire regt. 

a 
ti 

Stark's regt. 



When placed 

on 
pension roll 



Aug. 25, 1794 
Dec. 27, 1815 



Apr. 12, 1S20 
Oct. 4, 1823 
Sept. 11, 1826 
May 8, 1828 
July 23, 1819 



Feb. 23, 1829 

Aug. 26, 1794 
Aug. 19, 1795 



Feb. 3, 1823 
Oct. 6, 1828 



Feb. 3, 1825 



Jan. 
Aug. 

Nov. 
July 
Sept. 

Nov. 

June 

July 
Oct. 



13, 1819 

26, 1794 

1, 1819 

17, 1820 

18, 1796 

18, 1786 
17, 1809 

27, 1819 

2, 1810 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 201 

residing^ in Cheshire County, in the State of New Hampshire. 



Commencement 
of pension 



Laws under which they were inscribed, increased, and 
reduced; and remarks. 



Mar. 


4, 


1795 


Apr. 


24 


1816 


May 


11 


1815 


Apr. 


24 


1816 


Oct. 


1 


1829 


Jan. 


27 


1814 


Sept. 


6 


1823 


Aug. 


30 


1826 


Apr. 


27 


, 1828 


Aug. 


27 


1818 


Mar. 


4 


1820 


Mar. 


4 


1789 


Sept. 


25 


1807 


Apr. 


24 


1816 


Sept. 


4 


1794 


Oct. 


8 


1807 


Apr. 


24 


1816 


Mar. 


4 


1795 


Sept. 


8 


1816 


Apr. 


24 


1816 


Jan. 


6 


1823 


Sept. 


19, 


1828 


Mar. 


4, 


1795 


Aug. 


1 


1809 


Apr. 


24 


1816 


Nov. 


20, 


1824 


Sept, 


4 


1827 


Jan. 


11 


1814 


Mar. 


4, 


1795 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Mar. 


18, 


1818 


Mar. 


4, 


1820 


Mar. 


4, 


1795 


Apr, 


24, 


1816 


July 


31 


1786 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Sept. 


28, 


1818 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Apr. 


24, 


1819 


Feb. 


2, 


1809 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 



April 20, 1796. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. Died January 4, 1828. 

Acts military establishment. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Increased. Died August 15, 1831. 

Acts military establishment. 



Feb. 4, 1822. 

March 18, 1818. Eelinquished for the benefit of act 

March 18, 1818, and reinstated on invalid roll act May 

1, 1820. Died Aug. 19, 1826. 

June 7, 1785, 

June 7, 1785. Increased by act April 25, 1808. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. Died Oct. 12, 1825. 

April 20, 1796. 

Increased. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

June 7, 1785. Died August 8, 1816. 

April 20, 1796. 

Increased by act March 27, 1807. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. Died November 19, 

1821. 
Acts military establishment. 
May 24, 1828. Transferred from Vermont from March 

4, 1829, 
June 7, 1785. 

Increased by acts military establishment. 
Increased by act April 24, 1816. 
Acts military establishment. 
Eeduced. 

Acts military establishment. 
April 20, 1796. 

April 20, 1796. Increased by act April 24, 1816. 
Increased by act March 18, 1818. 
Increased by act March 4, 1820. 
April 20, 1796. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. Died October 12, 1831, 
June 7, 1785, 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. Died June 6, 1819. 
March 3, 1809. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 
Increased by act March 18, 1818. 
April 27, 1810. 
Increased by act April 24, 1816. Dead. 



202 REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

Statement Showing the Names, Hank, ^c, of Invalid Pensioners 



Names 



Eank 



Annual 
Allow- 
ance 



Description of Service 



When placed 

on 
pension roll 



Josiah Wood 


Private 


48.00 


Foster's 11th Inf. 


June 


7, 1819 


(( 


" 


96.00 


" 






Philemon Wright 
« 


Surgeon 


48.00 
96.00 


Burton's 4th Inf. 


Oct. 


9, 1818 



Statement Showing the Names, Rank, ^c, of Invalid Pensioners 



Names 




Description of Service 



When placed 

on 
pension roll 



William Curtis 


Private 


30.00 
60.00 
96.00 


Whiting's regt. 






George Huntoon 


" 


72.00 


11th regt. U. S. Inf. 


Feb. 


22, 1834 


Caleb Kimball 


» 


72.00 
96.00 


United States Inf. 


Dec. 


11, 1820 


George W. Lucas 


" 


72.00 


Weeks's 11th Inf. 


Mar. 


27, 1818 


Samuel Eoby 


Corporal 


48.80 
96.00 


New York militia 


Nov. 


29, 1820 


Benjamin Stephenson 


2d Lieut. 


112.50 
135.00 


U. S. 11th Infantry 


Apr. 


1, 1816 


Noah Sinclair 


Corporal 


30.00 


Drummon's co. Inf. 






" 


" 


48.00 


" 


Oct. 


11, 1819 


Samuel S. Thompson 


Private 


48.00 


Bradford's 21st Inf. 


Feb. 


10, 1816 






72.00 


a 







REVOLUTIONAEY DOCUMENTS 203 

residing in Cheshire Cou7ity, in the State of New Hampshire. 



Commencement 
of pension 



Laws under which they were inscribed, increased, and 
reduced; and remarks. 



Sept. 
Nov. 
Sept. 
Nov. 



4, 1813 

19, 1832 

14, 1813 

7, 1831 



Acts military establishment. 
Increased. 

Acts military establishment. 
Increased. Transferred from 
1825. 



Massachusetts March 4, 



residing in Coos County^ in the Stale of Neiv Ilamjjshire. 



Commencement 
of pension 



Laws under which they were inscribed, increased, and 
reduced; and remarks. 



Mar. 


4, 


1800 


Sept. 


21, 


1808 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Oct. 


11, 


1833 


Dec. 


15, 


1819 


Jan. 


19, 


1830 


Aug-. 


31, 


1814 


Apr. 


3, 


1820 


Feb. 


19, 


1822 


June 


16, 


1815 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Mar. 


4, 


1789 


July 


30, 


1814 


Apr. 


29, 


1815 


Nov. 


21, 


1831 



Mar. 3, 1809. 

Increased by acts military establishment. 
Increased by act April 24, 1816. 
Acts military establishment. 
Acts military establishment. 
Increased. 

Acts military establishment. 
Acts military establishment. 
Increased, 

Acts military establishment. 
Increased by act April 24, 1816. 
June 7, 1785. 

Increased by acts military establishment. 
Transferred from Maine Sept. 4, 1827. 
Acts military establishment. 
Increased. Transferred from Massachusetts 
1826. 



Sept. 4, 



204 KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

Statement Showing the Names, Rank, cj-c, of Invalid Pensioners 







Annual 




When 


placed 


Names 


Rank 


Allow- 


Descrij)tion of Service 




on 






ance 




pension roll 


John V. Barron 


1st Lieut. 


135.00 
153.00 


11th regt. U. S. Inf. 


Dec. 


4, 1815 


Joshua Buzzell 


Private 


96.00 


U. S. Light Drag. 


Apr, 


23, 1816 


Joseph Buss 


" 


24.00 


McNeal's 11th Inf. 


Apr. 


7, 1825 


Ebenezer Carleton 




45.00 
60.00 
96.00 


Revolutionary army 






Jabez Church 


" 


30.00 


Hubbard's regt. 


Apr. 


25, 1808 


<( 


" 


48.00 


" 






Benjamin Cotton 


!! 


30.00 
96.00 


Cilley's regt. 


Aug. 


4, 1810 


William Crawford 


!! 


45.00 
72.00 


5th regt. U. S. Inf. 


Jan. 


29, 1816 


Edward Evans 


« 


40.00 
60.0U 
96.00 


Cilley's regt. 






Thomas Eastman 


" 


45.00 
72.00 
96.00 


" 


Jan. 


26, 1795 


Ebenezer Eaton 


Sergeant 


X. H. Vols. 


Jan. 


18, 1834 


Eeuben Dow 


Captain 


72.00 


Cilley's regt. 






(( 


" 


180.00 


" 






James Dow 


Musician 


60.00 
96.00 


25th regt. U. S. Inf. 


Dec. 


19, 1815 


David Danning 


Corporal 


30.00 


Dyson's 1st Artillery 






" 


" 


4S.0'0 


" 


Apr. 


27. 1814 


" 


" 


96.00 


" 






David Fowler 


Private 


20.00 
32.00 
64.00 


21st regt. U. S. Inf. 


Jan. 


30, 1816 


Edward Fletcher 


u 


32.00 
96.00 


Gregg's 24th Inf. 


May 


20, 1816 


Erastus Fanning 


" 


96.00 


U. S. Artillery 






a 


(( 


72.00 


" 


Nov. 


19, 1823 


James Gould 


Lieutenant 


160.00 


Cilley's regt. 






« 


(( 


181.33 


« 






James Goodwin 


Private 


96.00 
64.00 
96.00 


Stark's 11th Inf. 


June 


4, 1819 


Obed S. Hatch 


Sergeant 


60.00 
96.00 


Crawford's 11th Inf. 


Jan. 


29, 1816 


Benjamin Knight 


" 


20.00 


Scammell's regt. 


Aug. 


26, 1795 


(( 


" 


32.00 


" 






Samuel Lacount 


Private 


40.00 


Johnson's regt. 


June 


20, 1787 


•* 


" 


60.00 


" 


Aug. 


31, 1824 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

residing in Crrafton Counti/, in the State of Neiv Hampshire. 



205 



Commencement 
of pension 



Laws under which they were inscribed, increased, and 
reduced; and remarks. 



June 


16, 


1815 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Nov. 


13, 


1814 


Jan. 


12, 


1825 


Mar. 


4, 


1795 


Jan. 


13, 


1812 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Feb. 


22, 


1808 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Jan. 


30, 


1809 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


July 


7, 


1815 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Mar. 


4, 


1789 


June 


15, 


1809 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Mar. 


4, 


1795 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Jan. 


10, 


1834 


Mar. 


4, 


1789 


Feb. 


19, 


1807 


Mar. 


25, 


1S15 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Oct. 


2 


1813 


Apr. 


24! 


1816 


Nov. 


24, 


1832 


Mar. 


21, 


1815 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Oct. 


4, 


1826 


June 


6, 


1815 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Aug-. 


21, 


1821 


Sept. 


9, 


1823 


Dec. 


14, 


1786 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


May 


2, 


1815 


Jan. 


17, 


1824 


Oct. 


15, 


1827 


Sept. 


21 


1815 


Apr. 


24 


1816 


Mar. 


4 


1795 


Apr. 


24 


1816 


Mar. 


18 


, 1786 


Nov. 


20 


1812 



Acts military establishment. 
Increased by act April 24, 1816. 
Acts military establishment. 

April 20, 1796. 

Increased by act July 5, 1812. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

April 25, 1808. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

April 27, 1810. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

June 5, 1785. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

June 5, 1785. 

Increased by act March 3, 1807. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816, 

April 20, 1796. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Acts military establishment. 

June 7, 1785. 

Increased by act April 25, 1808. 

Acts military establishment. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Acts military establishment. 

Increased hy act April 24, 1816. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

sachusetts March 4, 1833. 
Acts military establishment. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Increased. 

Acts military establishment. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

March 16, 1802. 

Eeduced. Died February 1, 1826, 

June 7, 1785. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Acts military establishment. 

Eeduced by act March 3, 1819. 

Increased. 

Acts military establishment. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

April 20, 1796. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

June 7, 1785. 

Increased by act Aug. 2, 1813. 



Transferred from Mas- 



Died July 26, 1831. 



206 REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

Statement Showing the Names, Rank, ^c, of Invalid Pensioners 







Annual 




When 


placed 


Names 


Rank 


Allow- 


Description of Service 




on 








ance 




pension 


roll 


Samuel Laeount 


Private 


96.00 


Johnson's regt. 








Samuel Lathrop 


>> 


60.00 
96.00 


Durkey's regt. 


Jan. 


25, 


1809 


Obadiah Morse 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. militia 


Sept. 


19, 


1820 


Ware McConnell 


" 


48.00 


Birdsall's co. 


Nov. 


4, 


1830 


Jonathan Morrison 


" 


48.00 


Brooks's Artillery 


Mar. 


14, 


1817 


Benjamin Moody 


u 


40.00 
64.00 


U. S. Inf. 








William Powers 


u 


30.00 
48.00 


Hubbard's regt. 








David. Pratt 


Sergeant 


72.00 


Hale's 11th Inf. 


Feb. 


4, 


1817 


Dudley Pottle 


Private 


96.00 


Crawford's 11th Inf. 


Apr. 


3, 


1821 


Enoch Page 


I^nsign 


52.00 


Flanders's co. militia 


Feb. 


20, 


1822 


Charles Stickney 


Private 


30.00 
48.00 
72.00 


21st regt. U. S. Inf. 


Jan. 


29, 


1816 


Orsemus Strong 


Corporal 


64.00 


N. H. militia 








Billy Sternes 


Private 


72.00 


U. S. Inf. 


May 


14, 


1818 


Charles G. Sinclair 


" 


96.00 


Loring's co. 21st Inf. 


Feb. 


23, 


1830 


^Yilliam Wallace 


jj 


32.00 
60.00 
96.00 


3d N. H. regt. 


Sept. 


15, 


1786 


Silas Whitcomb 


!! 


32.00 
64.00 


9th regt. U. S. Inf. 


Oct. 


22, 


1817 


Penning Wilkinson 


" 


96.00 


Bradford's militia 


Jan. 


2, 


1819 


Samuel West 


Sergeant 


96.00 


U. S. Inf. 


July 


31, 


1820 


Bela Young 


>i 


52.50 
84.00 


6th regt. U. S. Inf. 


Apr. 


3, 


1816 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 207 

rending in (xrafton County, in the State of New Hampshire. 



Commencement 


Laws under which they were inscribed, increased, and 


of 


pension 


reduced; and remarks. 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. Died January 18, 1832. 


Sept. 


22, 


1807 


April 25, 1808. 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Oct. 


1, 


1813 


Acts military establishment. 


Nov. 


3, 


1830 


" " 


Feb. 


6, 


1815 


Acts military establishment. Transferred from Massa- 
chusetts March 4, 1833. 


Mar. 


4, 


1789 


Acts military establishment. 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Jan. 


7, 


1812 


July 5, 1812. 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Jan. 


22 


1814 


Acts militarj^ establishment. 


Feb. 


5,' 


1821 


Acts militai-3^ establishment. Died November 20, 1S28. 


July 


7, 


1821 


Acts military establishment. 


Mar. 


21, 


1815 


" " 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Dec. 


21, 


1826 


Increased. 


May 


16, 


1815 


Acts military establishment. 


Feb. 


4, 


1818 


Acts military establishment. Transferred from Ver- 
mont September 4, 1820. 


Feb. 


23, 


1830 


Acts military establishment. 


Mar. 


20, 


1780 


June 7, 1785. 


Nov. 


17, 


1807 


Increased by act April 25, 1808. 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


June 


14, 


1815 


Acts military establishment. 


Dec. 


24, 


1831 


Increased. 


May 


1, 


1814 


April 24, 1816. 


Jan. 


24, 


1820 


Acts militarjr establishment. 


Feb. 


8, 


1816 


" " 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Increased hy act April 24, 1816. 



208 REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

Statement Showing the Names, Rank, ^c, of Invalid Pensioners 







Annual 




When 


placed 


Naivtrs 


Rank 


Allow- 


Description of Service 




on 






ance 




pension roll 


Ammi Andrews 


Sergeant 


48.00 


Stark's N. H. regt. 


Mar, 


9, 1826 


Aaron Barton 


Private 


32.00 


2d regt. U. S. Inf. 


Oct. 


19, 1819 


William Brown 


" 


48.00 


Crocker's 9th Inf. 


Apr. 


10, 1816 


Ebenezer Fletclier 


„ 


15.00 
24.00 


Hale's regt. 


Aug. 


22, 1794 


« 




48.00 
84.00 


<( 






Stephen Fuller 




20.00 
32.00 


Haw's regt. Inf. 


Sept. 


27, 1796 


Joseph Greeley 




15.00 
24.00 


Bead's regt. Inf. 


Aug. 


4, 1794 


•• 




48.00 


" 


Mar. 


8, 1822 


James Green 




60.00 
96.00 


Col. M.Jackson's regt. 


Sept. 


21, 1808 


William Hastings 




40.00 
60.00 


Peabody's regt. 






« 




9B.00 


" 






Joshua Haines 




30.00 
48.00 
76.80 


Nixon's CO. Inf. 


June 


21, 1796 


James Hawkley 




60.00 
96.00 


Cillej-'s regt. 


Sept. 


13, 1808 


Robert M. C. Holmes 




96.00 


Pierce's Artillery 


Oct. 


21, 1816 


James Irvin 




27.00 




Jan. 


29, 1816 


Abraham Kimball 




30.00 
4S.0O 
96.00 


Stickney's regt. Inf. 


Jan. 


22, 1796 


John Lincoln 




15.00 


Col. Bailee's regt. 


Oct. 


10, 1795 


" 




36.00 


" 






" 




57.60 


" 






Randall McAllister 




60.00 
96.00 


Stark's regt. 


Sept. 


13, 1808 


James Moore 




60.00 


Arnold's regt. 






a 




96.00 


« 






Hugh N. McQuesten 


Sergeant 


96.00 


Crocker's gth Inir. 


Feb. 


1, 1819 


Joseph Manning 


Private 


48.00 


9th regt. U. S. Inf. 


Feb. 


24, 1816 


If 


" 


72.00 


" 




« 


John Orr 


Lieutenant 


120.00 


Stickney's regt 


Sept. 


13, 1796 


*' 


" 


136.00 


" 






Samuel Stoker 


Private 


30.00 


Revolutionary army 


July 


29, 1796 


James Spaulding 


" 


96.00 


Putnam's militiv. 


Mar. 


14, 1818 


William Taggart 


Ensign 
« 


60.00 
78.00 


Revolutionary army 


Oct. 


27, 1796 
« 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 209 

residing in Hillshorough County, in the State of New ITampshire. 



Commencement 
of pension 



Dec. 
July 

June 

Sept. 

Apr. 

Dec. 

May 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Sept. 

Apr, 

Feb, 

Oct, 

Apr. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Apr. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Jan. 

Apr. 

Dec. 

July 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

July 

Apr. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Sept. 

Apr. 

Sept. 

May 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Apr. 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Mar. 
Apr. 



ILsi-ws under which they were inscribed, increased, and 
reduced; and remarks. 



1 


1825 


8 


1813 


10 


1815 


4 


1794 


24 


1816 


6 


1820 


6 


1828 


4 


, 1794 


24 


1816 


4 


1794 


24 


1816 


13 


1820 


8 


1807 


24 


1816 


2 


1796 


29 


1807 


24 


1816 


4 


1795 


16 


1811 


24 


1816 


6, 


1808 


24 


1816 


1 


1815 


8 


1815 


4, 


1795 


24 


1816 


12 


1827 


4 


1795 


15, 


1810 


24 


1816 


7 


1S08 


24 


1816 


4 


1794 


24 


1816 


5, 


1815 


14 


1815 


2, 


1833 


13, 


1796 


24 


1816 


4. 


1795 


25, 


1815 


4, 


1795 


24, 


1816 



April 10, 1806. 

Acts military establishment. Transferred from Massa- 
chusetts March 4, 1826. 

Acts military establishment. Transferred from Massa- 
chusetts March 4, 1826. Died February 20, 1834. 

April 20, 1796. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816, 



April 20, 1796. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816, 

April 20, 1796. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Increased. 

April 25, 1808. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

June 7, 1785. 

Increased by act April 25, 1808. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

April 20, 1796. 

Increased by act July 5, 1812. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Acts military establishment. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816, 

Acts military establishment. 



Died June 3, 1827, 

Died April 20, 1832. 

Died December 30, 1821, 
Died June 27, 1816. 



April 20, 1796, 

Increased by act April ?4, 1816, 
Died May 12, 1828. 
April 20, 1796, 
Increased. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816, 
April 25, 1808. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 
April 20, 1796. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 
Acts military establishment. 
Acts military establishment. 
Increased. 
June 7, 1785. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. Died December 23, 1822, 
April 20, 1796, Died December 10, 1815. 
April 24, 1816. Transferred to Mass. March 4, 1826. Re- 
transferred to New Hampshire March 4, 1831. 
April 20, 1796. 
Increased by act April 24, 1816, 



Died May 23, 1819. 
Died December 15, 1831. 



210 REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

Statement Showing the Names, Rank, ^c, of Invalid Pensioners 







Annual 




When placed 


Names 


Eank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of Service 


on 
pension roll 


William Taggart 


Ensign 


240.00 


Revolutionary army 


Nov, 16, 1S19 


u 




78.00 


u 


Mar. 4, 1820 


Josiah Walton 


Private 


20.00 
32.00 


Bird's regt. 


Aug. 22, 1794 


Jacob Wellman, Jr. 


" 


15.00 


" 


<( 


it 


" 


24.00 


i( 




Josiah Ward 




96.00 


Revolutionary army 


Sept. 26, 1823 



REVOLUTIONAEY DOCUMENTS 211 

residing in HiUshorough County, in the State of New Hampshire. 



Commencement 


Laws under which they were inscribed, increased, and 


of 


pension 


reduced; and remarks. 


Sept. 


19, 1819 


Relinquished for benefits of act March, 1818. Dropped 
under act May 1, 1820, and reinstated on invalid roll 
under act May 1, 1820. 


Mar. 


4, 1820 


Died Mar. 21, 1830. 


Sept. 


4, 1794 


April 20, 1796. 


Apr. 


24, 1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Sept. 


4, 1794 


April 20, 1796. 


Apr. 


24, 1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


July 


31, 1823 


Acts military establishment. Died April 20, 1824 



212 REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

Statement Showing the Names, Rank, ^c, of Invalid Pensioners 







Annual 




When 


placed 


Names 


Rank 


Allow- 


Description of Service 




on 






ance 




pension roll 


Caleb Austin 


Private 


20.00 
38.40 


Col. Eead's regt. 






Francis Blood 


" 


60.00 


Griswold's regt. Inf. 


Oct. 


4, 1808 


" 


" 


96.00 








Jeremiali Bean 


" 


30.00 


9th regt. U. S. Inf. 


Jan. 


29, 1816 


a 


" 


48.00 


" 






(( 


(( 


96.00 


" 






James Burseil 


" 


96.'00 


U. S. 4oth Inf. 


Aug. 


22, 1822 


Joseph Cofran 


t< 


96.00 


U. S. Infantry 


Mar. 


26, 1829 


Samuel Edmunds 


" 


48.00 


" 


Aug. 


19, 1831 


Jonathan Downing 


" 


96.00 


Stark's 11th Inf. 


Apr. 


10, 1818 


Leavitt Hook 


(( 


48.00 
96.00 


Flanders's co. 45th Inf. 


Jan. 


16, 1832 


Eoyal Jackson 


Musician 


32.00 
96.00 


U. S. Infantry 






Isaac Littlehale 


Private 


72.00 
96.00 


Pelham's 5th Inf. 


June 


14, 1822 


Eliphalet L. Morse 


" 


48.00 


Butler's Dragoons 


Sept. 


17, 1818 


Samuel Potter 


Sergeant 


30.00 
40.00 
64.00 


Cilley's regt. 


Aug. 


18, 1796 


Asa Putney- 


u 


30.00 

48.00 


Sticknej^'s regt. 






Joseph Patterson 


Private 


30.00 

48.00 


Col. Baldwin's regt. 


Oct. 


24, 1796 


Eliphalet Pieed 


" 


60.00 


U. S. Infantry 








.. 


96.00 
96.00 


(( 






Moses Trussell 


(> 


40.00 
60.00 


Stark's regt. 


Oct. 


30, 1796 


i« 


" 


96.00 


♦' 






Leavitt C. Virgin 


" 


72.00 


Bradford's 21st Inf. 


July 


3, 1832 


John Virgin 


" 


96.00 


4th regt. U. S. Inf. 


Jan. 


10, 1834 


Moses Wyman 


a 


48.00 
96.00 


Gates's Artillery 


Mar. 


10, 1818 


Peter Whitaker 




96.00 


Bradford's N. H. mil. 


May 


9, 1820 



KEVOLUTIONAET DOCUMENTS 213 

residing in Merrimack County^ in the State of New Hampshire. 



Commencement 


Laws under which they were inscribed, increased, and 


of 


pension 


reduced; and remarks. 


ilar. 


4 


1795 


April 20, 1796. 


Apr. 


24 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Dec. 


16 


1806 


April 25, 1808. 


Apr, 


24 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Nov. 


6 


1814 


Acts military establishment 


Apr. 


24 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Jan. 


8 


1834 


Increased. 


June 


18 


1822 


Acts military establishment. 


July 


12 


1829 


Died March 4, 1830. 


Aug-. 


18 


1831 


Died Feb. 28, 1834. 


July 


9 


1813 


(i « 


Jan. 


16 


1832 


(( K 


Dec. 


2 


1833 


Increased. 


Dec. 


10 


1814 


July 8, 1815. 


Sept. 


4 


1814 


Increased by acts military establishment. 


Jan. 


29 


1821 


Acts military establishment. 


Jan. 


19 


1830 


Increased. 


Apr. 


2 


1813 


Acts military establishment. 


Dec. 


3 


1793 


April 20, 1796. 


Sept. 


6 


1808 


Increased by act April 25, 1808. 


Apr. 


24 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Mar. 


4 


1795 


April 20, 1796. 


Apr. 


24 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Sept. 


4 


1794 


April 20, 1796. 


Apr. 


24 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Mar. 


4 


1789 


June 7, 1789. 


Apr. 


24 


1816 

i 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Transferred from Massachusetts March 4, 1825. 


July 


31 


1796 


June 7, 1785. 


Sept. 


25 


1812 


Increased by act Aug. 2, 1813. 


Apr. 


24 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


June 


20 


1832 


Acts military establishment. 


Dec. 


28 


1835 




Aug. 


22 


1815 


Acts military establishment. 


Nov. 


7 


1831 


Increased. 


Jan. 


1 


1814 


April 24, 1816. Died Aug. 16, 1833. 



214 REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

Statement Showing the Names, Rank, ^c, of Invalid Pensioners 







Annual 




When 


placed 


Names 


Eaj^k 


Allow- 


Description of service 




on 






ance 




pension roll 


Samuel Allen 


Private 


24.00 


Cilley's regt. 


Nov. 


24, 1812 


" 


" 


38.40 


" 






Samuel C. Arickson 


Serg-eant 


60.00 


(1 


Sept. 


29, 1814 


Zanin Adams 


Private 


96.00 


Flanders's 45th Inf. 


Feb. 


6, 1819 


James Bean, Jr. 


Corporal 


32.00 


5th regt. U. S. Inf. 


Jan. 


10, 1817 


James Bean 


Private 


48.00 


U. S. Artillery 


Nov, 


20, 1819 


Benjamin Bradford 


Captain 


120.00 


U. S. Infantry 


Feb. 


16, 1822 


Moses Burseil 


Corporal 


72.00 


Eevolutionary army 


Dec. 


2, 1828 


George Bailey 


Private 


48.00 


Prescott's 4th Inf. 


May 


16, 1834 


James Cook 


" 


20.00 


Cummings's Inf. 


Apr. 


15, 1816 


(( 


" 


30.00 


" 






Joseph Cllley 


Captain 


240.00 


21st regt. U. S. Inf. 


Jan. 


4, 1817 


Joseph. Colbath 


Corporal 


24.00 
64.00 


Walback's corps Art. 


Feb. 


8, 1817 


Joshua Chesley 


Private 


24.00 


Marston's 21st Inf. 


Jan. 


15, 1818 


David Campernell 


<( 


64.00 


Treat's 21st Inf. 


July 


6, 1819 


John Crawford 


(( 


48.00 
96.00 


Kopes's CO. 21st Inf. 


May 


9, 1822 


Jonathan Elkins 




20.00 
32.00 
72.00 


Haigle's Light Drag. 


AjDr. 


13, 1816 


John Elliot 


Private 


64.00 


45th regt. U. S. Inf. 


July 


29, 1815 


Francis Davidson 


u 


48.00 
76.80 


Bridge's regt. 


Aug. 


25, 1808 


Josiah Davis 


(( 


48.00 
72.00 


U. S. Infantry 


Mar. 


25, 1820 


Daniel Davidson 


" 


96.00 


U. S. Artillery 


Aug. 


6, 1830 


John Dorney 


<( 


96.00 


" 


June 


25, 1830 


James Ervin 


<( 


45.00 
72.00 
24.00 


Drew's 21st Inf. 


Jan. 


29, 1816 


William Gardiner 


" 


21st regt. U. S. Inf. 


Apr. 


22, 1817 


Joseph Hilton 


Lieutenant 


80.00 


Scammell's regt. 


Aug. 


9, 1796 


<< 


'* 


104.00 


" 






James Hull 


Private 


60.00 


Cilley's regt. 






" 


" 


96.00 


" 






<c 


<( 




(( 






Ephraim Hall 


" 


45.00 
72.00 
96.00 


Burton's 4th Inf. 






Thomas Hook 


Corporal 


Danforth's 45th Inf. 


Dec. 


19, 1818 


Moses Hoit 


Captain 


120.00 


9th regt. Infantry 


Feb. 


22, 1822 


Daniel Henderson 


Lieutenant 


136.00 


21st Infantry 


Aug. 


6, 1816 


(( 


" 


204.00 


<i 






Benjamin Jenkins 


Sergeant 


30.00 
60.00 


Goodman's regt. 


Apr. 


9, 1807 


" 


" 


96.00 


" 






James Kelley 


Private 


96.00 


Erving's Artillery 


May 


8, 1822 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 215 

residing in Rockingham County, in the State of New Hampshire. 



Commencement 


Laws under which they were inscribed, increased. 


and 


of 


pension 


reduced; and remarks. 




Nov. 


15 


1811 


July 5, 1812. 




Apr. 


24 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 




June 


10 


1813 


April IS, 1814. Died April 7, 1815. 




May- 


2 


1814 


Acts military establishment. 




Apr. 


23 


1816 


Acts military establishment. 




June 


20 


1819 


Acts military establishment. 




Feb. 


6 


1822 


Acts military establishment. Died July 2, 1830. 




Sept. 


22 


1828 


May 24, 1828. 




May 


16 


1834 


Acts military establishment. 




July 


25 


1815 


Acts militar3' establishment. 




Apr. 


24 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 




July 


1 


1816 


Acts military establishment. 




Dec. 


1 


1815 


Acts military establishment. 




Nov. 


7 


1S31 


Increased. 




June 


14 


1815 


Acts military establishment. 




Oct. 


18 


1813 


Acts military establishment. 




Oct. 


15 


1820 


Acts military establishment. 




Nov. 


7 


1831 


Increased. , 




July 


13 


1814 


Acts military establishment. 




Apr. 


24 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 




May 


9 


1829 


Increased. 




Dec, 


18, 


1814 


Acts military establishment. 




Jan. 


16 


1808 


April 25, 1808. 




Apr. 


24 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 




Aug. 


23 


1814 


Acts military establishment. 




Dec. 


31 


1831 


Increased. 




Aug. 


6, 


1830 


May 24, 1828. Died July 4, 1832. 




June 


18 


1830 


Acts military establishment. Died May 2, 1833. 




July 


8 


1815 


Acts military establishment. 




Apr. 


24 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 




June 


14 


1815 


Acts military establishment. Died Feb. 1, 1826. 




Mar. 


4 


1795 


April 20, 1796. 




Apr. 


24 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 
Died November 26, 1826. 




Mar. 


21 


1815 


Acts military establishment. 




Apr. 


24 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 
Died June 27, 1816. 




Apr. 


1 


1814 


Acts military establishment. 




Apr. 


24 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 




Dec. 


13 


1S14 


Acts military establishment. Died July 16, 1819. 




Jan. 


16 


1822 


Acts military establishment. 




July 


16 


1815 


Acts military establishment. 




Apr. 


24 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Transferred from Massachusetts Sept. 4, 1825. 




Sept. 


16 


1807 


April 25, 1808. 




Feb. 


16 


1814 


Increased by act April 18, 1814. 




Apr. 


24 


, 1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 




Feb. 


12 


, 1822 


Acts military establishment. 





216 REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

Statement Showing the Names, Rank, ^c, of Invalid Pensioners 







Annual 




When 


placed 


Names 


Rank 


Allow- 


Description of Service 




3n 






ance 




pension roll 


Hezekiah Kimball 


Sergeant 


48.00 


Wallack's co. Art. 


Feb. 


6, 1827 


Nathaniel Leavitt 


Corporal 


30.00 


Read's regt. 


Jan. 


27, 1797 


11 


u 


60.00 
96.00 


it 






Noah Marsh 


Private 


20.00 
32.00 


Slade's regt. 


Sept. 


27, 1796 


James McGregor 


" 


24.00 


Crane's Artillery 


Apr. 


5, 1821 


Joseph Morrill 




40.00 
60.00 


Stark's regt. 


May 


15, 1787 


t( 


" 


96.00 


" 






Samuel Morrill 


a 


24.00 


Revolutionary army 






i( 


" 


45.00 


" 






« 




72.00 


" 






Josiah Moore 
« 


i( 


20.00 
32.00 


Treat's 21st regt. Inf. 


Dec. 


11, 1815 


William Nealy 


« 


20.00 
60.00 


U. S. Infantry 






Benjamin Nealy 


Sergeant 


64.00 


Henderson's co. Inf. 


Jan. 


8, 1817 


John Parrington 


Private 


20.00 


33d regt. U. S. Inf. 


Jan, 


IS, 1816 


<( 


" 


32.00 


" 






Amos Pillsbury 


K 


72.00 


Prescott's 4th Inf. 


Oct. 


31, 1818 


Eliphalet Philbrick 


" 


96.00 


Kendall's 34th Inf. 


Feb. 


26, 1820 


Lyman Philbrick 


" 


72.00 


Whiting's co. Art. 


Dec. 


13, 1828 


Adrian Peters 


Sergeant 


96.00 


U. S. Marine Corps. 


May 


26, 1830 


Benjamin Robinson 


Private 


32.00 


Toby's 21st Inf. 


Aug. 


5, 1816 


Jonathan Eedman 


u 


19.20 
48.00 


Marston's co. Inf. 
i( 


Feb. 


21, 1817 


John Kendall 


" 


96.00 


<( 


July 


24, 1817 


James Robinson 


" 


48.00 


Drew's 5th Inf. 


Feb. 


1, 1822 


Noah Reed 


" 


72.00 


Nourse's co. 2d Art. 


June 


23, 1830 


Abijah Ring 


(( 


96.00 


U. S. Infantry 


Dec. 


24, 1832 


John Robbe 


Sergeant 


30.00 


Cilley's regt. 






John Simpson 


Private 


40.00 


Stark's regt. 


Sept. 


12, 1796 


« 


" 


64.00 


" 






(( 


(( 




(( 






John S. Sherburne 


Major 


300.00 


N. H. Vols. 


Aug. 


18, 1787 


Joseph Smith 


Captain 


240.00 


N. H. militia 


May 


14, 1818 


William St. Clair 


Sergeant 


96.00 


4th regt. U. S. Inf. 


Dec. 


10, 1817 


Jeremiah Fowls 


Corporal 


32.00 
51.20 


1st regt. N. H. militia 


July 


31, 1796 


Seth Wyman 


Private 


15.00 
48.00 


Capt. Sawyer's co. Inf. 


Sept. 


14, 1796 


<t 


" 


76.80 


(( 






Charles White 


Musician 


48.00 


Wallack's Artillery 


Feb. 


27, 1832 



REVOLDTIONART DOCUMENTS 217 

residing in Roekingham County, in the State of New Hampshire. 



Commencement 


of 


pension 


Jan. 


25, 


1827 


Mar. 


4, 


1795 


Mar. 


ic. 


1811 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Mar. 


1, 


1780 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Jan. 


2S, 


1821 


May 


15, 


1787 


Oct. 


24, 


1806 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Mar. 


4, 


1795 


Sept. 


11, 


1812 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


May 


25, 


1815 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Mar. 


4, 


1789 


Oct. 


24, 


1806 


Aug. 


16, 


1814 


July 


7, 


1814 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Apr. 


18, 


1814 


Feb. 


12, 


1819 


Mar. 


1, 


1826 


Jan. 


1, 


1828 


Aug-. 


12, 


1815 


June 


14, 


1815 


Apr. 


17, 


1824 


Aug, 


14, 


1815 


Apr. 


4, 


1817 


Jan. 


22, 


1830 


Mar. 


13, 


1832 


Mar. 


4, 


1787 


Sept. 


12, 


1796 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


July 


31, 


1786 


Sept. 


1, 


1814 


June 


2, 


1815 


July 


31, 


1796 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Mar. 


4, 


1795 


June 


16, 


1805 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 



Laws under which they were inscribed, increased, and 
reduced; and remarks. 



Acts military establishment. Died July 15, 1830. 

April 20, 1796, 

Increased by act July 15, 1812. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

June 7, 1785. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Died September 1, 1825. 

June 7, 1785. 

Increased by act March 3, 1807. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

April 20, 1796. 

Increased by act August 2, 1813. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Died October 7, 1834. 

Acts military establishment. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Died Novem'ber 30, 1831. 

June 7, 1785. 

Increased by act March 3, 1807. 

Acts military establishment. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Acts military establishment. 

Acts military establishment. Died March 26, 1822. 

Acts military establishment. 



Died March 7, 1827. 



Feb. 



12, 1832 



Acts military establishment. 
Acts military establishment. 
Increased. Died Sept. 4, 1825. 
Acts military establishment. 



Acts military establishment. Died June 5, 1832. 

Acts military establishment. 

June 7, 1785. Dead. 

June 7, 1785. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Died November 18, 1824. 

June 7, 1785. Died Aug. 2, 1830. 

April 24, 1816. Died Sept. 14, 1824. 

Acts military establishment. Died Sept. 2, 1819. 

June 7, 1785. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

April 20, 1796. 

Increased by act March 3, 1807, 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Died June 22, 1825. 

Acts military establishment. 



218 REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

Statement Showing the Names, Rank, ^c, of Invalid Pension e 







Annual 




When 


placed 


Naaees 


Rank 


Allow- 


Description of Service 




on 






ance 




liension roll 


Peter Akerman 


Private 


40.00 
64.00 


U. S. Infantry 


Nov. 


7. 1787 


Enoch Abbot 


(( 


48.00 
96.00 


9th regt. U. S. Inf. 


Dec. 


27. 1816 


Spafford Ames 


« 


60.00 
96.00 


Frye's regt. U. S. Inf. 
It 






Daniel Buzzell 


t( 


40.00 
60.00 
96.00 


2d N. H. regt. 

\ 


Nov. 


27, 1787 


Zachariat Bunker 


" 


60.00 


21st regt. U. S. Inf. 


Feb. 


5, 1816 


(t 


.' 


96.00 
180.00 


4< 






Josiah Bartlett 


1st Lieut. 


1 102.00 
204.00 


« 


June 


30, 1819 


George Beck 


Private 


96.00 


" 


July 


18, 1817 


William Burbank 


" 


48.00 


nth regt. U. S. Inf. 


May 


18, 1821 


Nathaniel Church 


" 


40.00 


Peabody's regt. 


Nov. 


12, 1787 


(i 


" 


60.00 


" 


Oct. 


8, 1807 


u 


u 


96.00 
96.00 


« 






James Crummett 


ii 


40.00 
60.00 
96.00 


2d N. H. regt. 






Jonathan Clark 


" 


48.00 
72.00 
96.00 


21st regt. U. iS. Inf. 


May 


12, 1817 


" 


" 


" 






Daniel Collamy 


" 


48.00 


45th regt. U. S. Inf. 


Mar. 


13, 1817 


Joseph Chapman 


«' 


96.00 


nth regt. LT. S. Inf. 


Dec. 


28, 1833 


Josiah Durgin 


« 


72.00 
96.00 


Bailey's 34th Inf. 


July 


13, 1819 


Samuel Davis 


" 


96.00 


U. S. Artillery 


Mar. 


6, 1830 


Montgomery Darling 


" 


48.00 


Glidden's militia 


Mar. 


19, 1818 


Miles Dolloif 


" 


72.00 


" 


Nov. 


21, 1831 


Robert Friend 


« 


60.00 
96.00 


Drew's 21st Inf. 


Mar. 


29, 1816 


Joseph Foy 


Sergeant 


96.00 


" 


Aug. 


12, 1817 


James Goodwin 


Private 


64.00 
96.00 


Stark's regt. of Inf. 


June 


4, 1819 


Moses Gilman 


.> 


48.00 
64.00 


Poland's 34th Inf. 


Feb. 


24, 1817 


" 


" 


96.00 


« 






Timothy Gowell 


Sergeant 


64.00 


U. S. Artillery 


Apr. 


29, 1860 


Bartholomew Gale 


Private 


96.00 


10th regt. N. H. mil. 


Mar. 


6, 1821 


Daniel Gale 


" 


96.00 


Stickney's regt. 


Apr. 


13, 1825 


John Gould 


" 


60.00 


Cilley's regt. 







REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMEMTS 219 

residing in Strafford County^ in the State of New Hampsldre. 



Commenceinent 
of pension 



Laws under which they were inscribed, increased, and 
reduced; and remarks. 



July- 


31, 


1786 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


May 


2, 


1815 


July 


11, 


1828 


Oct. 


18, 


1806 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


July 


31, 


1785 


Oct. 


3, 


1808 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Jan. 


10, 


1815 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Mar. 


4, 


1824 


Mar, 


2, 


1814 


Nov. 


7, 


1831 


Mar. 


6, 


1813 


Feb. 


26, 


1821 


July 


31, 


1786 


Oct. 


8, 


1807 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Mar. 


4, 


1804 


Feb. 


19, 


1812 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Nov. 


10, 


1814 


Sept. 


16, 


1826 


Nov. 


7, 


1831 


Aug-. 


1, 


1816 


Nov. 


21, 


1832 


Dec. 


24, 


1813 


Dec. 


14, 


1831 


Mar. 


6, 


1830 


Nov. 


22, 


1814 


Nov. 


19, 


1831 


Apr. 


23, 


1815 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


May 


25, 


1815 


May 


2, 


1815 


Oct. 


15, 


1827 


July 


12, 


1814 


July 


16, 


1827 


Nov. 


7, 


1831 


July 


5, 


1815 


Oct. 


20, 


1820 


Nov. 


24, 


1824 


Mar. 


4, 


1789 



Died May 4, 1821. 



June 7, 1785, 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Acts military establishment. 

Increased. 

March 3, 1807. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

June 7, 1785. 

Increased by act March 3, 1809. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Acts military establishment. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Increased by act May 21, 1824, 

Acts military establishment. 

Increased. 

Acts military establishment. 
« f( 

June 7, 1785. 

Increased by act April 25, 1808, 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Died February 18, 1826. 

June 7, 1785, 

Increased by act July 5, 1812. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816, 

Acts military establishment. 

Increased. 

Increased. 

March 3, 1819. Transferred from Massachusetts March 

4, 1820. 
Acts military establishment. 
Acts military establishment. 
Increased. 

Acts military establishment. 
April 24, 1816. Died Nov. 3, 1831, 
Acts military establishment. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816, 
Acts military establishment. 

Increased, 

Acts military establishment. 

Increased, 

Increased. 

Acts military establishment. 



Died February 19, 1827. 



February 4, 1822. Died October 16, 1825. 
June 7, 1785, 



220 REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

Statement showing the Names, Rank, ^c, of Invalid Pensioners 







Annual 




When 


placed 


Naatf-s 


RAJfK 


Allow- 


Description of Service 




Dn 






ance 




pension roll 


John Gould 


Private 


96.00 


Cilley's regt. 








" 


9C.00 








Jonathan Oilman 


Sergeant 


48.00 


Stark's regt. of Inf. 


May 


4, 1831 


Thomas Haines 


Private 


20.00 
60.00 
96.00 


Col. Cilley's regt. 






William Haines 


Corporal 


48.00 


34th regt. U. S. Inf. 


Oct. 


21, 1816 


James Howard 


" 


72.00 


U. S. Artillery 


Aug. 


3, 1816 


Moses Harriman 


» 


72.00 


Stark's 11th Inf. 


Oct. 


8, 1830 


Eba Hubbard 


Private 


48.00 


9th regt. U. S. Inf. 


Feb. 


27, 1834 


Joshua Lovejoy 


Sergeant 


30.00 
60.00 
96.00 


Frye's regt. 






John Loug-ee 


Private 


96.00 


Hull's CO. Infantry. 


Apr. 


24, 1822 


Andrew McGaffy 


Lieutenant 


106.66% 
138.66% 


3d N. H. regt. 






Josiah Moulton 


" 


102.00 


23d regt. N. H. Inf. 


June 


28, 1819 


Benjamin Marston 


Private 


32.00 


Wallack's Artillery 


Sept. 


23, 1817 


Josiah Moulton 


" 


96.00 


Smith's 45th Inf. 


Feb. 


6, 1819 


Thomas D. Morrison 


" 


48.00 


Tobey's 21st Inf. 


Feb. 


21, 1827 


" 


<( 


96.00 


" 


Apr. 


23, 1829 


James Merrill 


(( 


96.00 


Vose's 21st Inf. 


Jan. 


6, 1830 


Jotham Nute 


Sergeant 


30.00 
60.00 
96.00 


2d regt. N. H. mil. 






Thomas Pillsbury 


Private 


64.00 
96.00 


21st regt. U. S. Inf. 


Feb. 


21, 1817 


Ezra Peterson 


(( 


96.00 


4th regt. U. S. Inf. 


Sept. 


5, 1822 


Joseph M. Page 


Sergeant 


48.00 


Butler's Light Drag. 


Jan. 


9, 1818 


Daniel Kussell 


Private 


30.00 
60.00 


2d N. H, regt. 


Dec. 


30, 1787 


<( 


" 


96.00 


" 






John Eead 


<« 


60.00 
96.00 


Revolutionary army 


July 


14, 1810 


Joseph Eichardson 


" 


30.00 


Hale's regt. 






<( 


" 


48.00 


" 






" 


K 


96.00 


(( 






« 


<i 


48.00 


" 


July 


19, 1820 


Jonathan Richards 


" 


30.00 

48.00 


Weeks's 11th Inf. 


Mar, 


16, 1815 


Stephen N. Rand 


a 


48.00 


Marston's co. 21st Inf. 


Apr. 


7, 1817 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 221 

residing in Strafford County^ in the State of New Hampshire. 



Commenc 


ement 


Laws under which they were inscribed, increased, and 


of 


pension 


reduced; and remarks. 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Transferred from Massachusetts March 4, 1826. Died 
August 4, 1828, 


May 


2, 


1831 


Acts military establishment. 


June 


21, 


1796 


June 7, 1785. 


June 


17, 


1807 


Increased by act March 3, 1809. 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Nov. 


12, 


1814 


Acts military establishment. 


Apr. 


11, 


1815 


Acts military establishment. Transferred from Maine 
September 4, 1826. 


Oct. 


7, 


1830 


Acts military establishment. 


Feb. 


20, 


1834 


Acts military establishment. 


Sept. 


4, 


1794 


April 20, 179*6. 


June 


5, 


1807 


Increased by act April 25, 1808. 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 
Died Jan. 28, 1832. 


Jan. 


28, 


1822 


Acts military establishment. 


July 


31, 


1786 


June 7, 1785". 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


June 


16, 


1815 


Acts military establishment. Transferred from Maine 
September 4, 1826. Died December 7, 1826. 


Julv 


28, 


1815 


Acts military establishment. 


Sept. 


1 


1814 


Acts military establishment. 


Aug. 


5 


1827 


Acts military establishment. 


Apr. 


9 


1829 


Increased. 


Dec. 


26 


1829 


Acts military establishment. 


Sept. 


4 


1794 


April 20, 1796. 


Sept. 


8 


1808 


Increased by act July 5, 1802. 


Apr. 


24 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Mar. 


21 


1815 


Acts military establishment. 


Mar. 


2 


1830 


Increased. 


May 


2 


1822 


Acts military establishment. Died Nov. 9, 1828. 


Sept. 


1 


1815 




Dec. 


30 


1787 


June 7, 1785. 


May 


11 


1809 


Increased by act July 5, 1812. 


Apr. 


24 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Oct. 


31 


1809 


April 27, 1810. 


Apr. 


24 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Sept. 


4 


1808 


March 3, 1809. 


Apr. 


24 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Apr. 


2 


1818 


Relinquished for the benefit of act March IS, 1818. 


Mar. 


4 


1820 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820, and reinstated on invalid 
roll under act March 4, 1820. 


Apr. 


23 


, 1815 


Acts military establishment. 


Apr. 


24 


1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Oct. 


8 


, 1814 


Acts military establishment. 



222 REVOLUTION AEY DOCUMENTS 

Statement Showing the Names^ Rank, ^c, of Invalid Pensiojiers 







Annual 




When placed 


Names 


Eank 


Allow- 


Description of Service 


on 


' 




ance 




pension roll 


Elisha Smith 


Private 


96.00 


45th regt. U. S. Inf. 


Feb. 15, 1818 


Ithiel Smith 


" 


96.00 


Loring's 21st Inf. 


Mar. 10, 1818 


Thomas Simpson 


Lieutenant 


240.00 


3d N. H. regt. 


Mar. 4, 1831 


Nathan Taylor 


,, 


120.00 
136.00 
204.00 


Whitcomb's Eangers 


June 7, 1808 


John Thompson, 1st 


Private 


90.00 


Clark's 6th Inf. 


Dec, 16. 1818 


John Taylor 


" 


96.00 


Col. Peabody's regt. 


Feb. 15, 1823 


John Thompson, 2d 




64.00 


Mclntire's corps Art. 


Mar. 24, 1828 



Statement Showing the Names, Rank, ^c, of Invalid Pensioners 







Annual 




Wlien placed 


Names 


Eank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of Service 


on 
pension roll 


Moral Coburn 


Private 


15.00 
24.00 
72.00 


Stark's regt. 




" 




96.00 


" 




Parker Cole 




72.00 
96.00 


Eevolutionary army 


Sept. 16, 1831 


Jonathan Yittum 




48.00 


Dennison's co. 33d Inf. 


May 16, 1831 


Stephen Whipple 




96.00 


Foster's 11th Inf. 


Mar. 10, 1818 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 223 

residing in Strafford County, in the State of Neiv Hampshire. 



Commencement 


Laws under which they were inscribed, increased, and 


of 


pension 


reduced; and remarks. 


Sept. 


2, 1S14 


Acts military establishment. 


Apr. 


21, 1S15 


Acts military establishment. 


Sept. 


13, 1833 


Acts military establishment. 


Feb. 


19, 1808 


April 25, 1808. 


Apr. 


24, 1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Sept. 


14, 1833 


Increased. 


Feb. 


8, 1818 


Acts military establishment. 


Jan. 


27, 1823 


April 10, 1806, and Sept. 4, 1823, 


Jan. 


21, 1828 





residing in Sullivan County, in the State of Neiv Hampshire. 



Commencement 


Laws under which they were inscribed, increased, and 


of 


pension 


reduced; and remarks. 


Mar. 


4, 1795 


June 7, 1785. 


Apr. 


24, 1816 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Jan. 


20, 1830 


Increased. 


Dec. 


13, 1830 


Increased. 


Aug. 


31, 1830 


May 24, 1828. 


Sept. 


21, 1833 


Increased. 


May 


14, 1831 


Acts military establishment. 


Oct. 


11, 1814 


Acts military establishment. 



224 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



List of Invalid Pensioners Who Have Been Inscribed on the Roll of New 
Resolution of the Senate, Cannot Be Ascertained in Consequence 







Annual 




When placed 


Naahrs 


Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of Service 


on 
I^ension roll 


Joshua Bell 


Private 


40.00 






Robert Barnett 


Lieutenant 


120.00 




June 4, 1790 


Samuel Boyd 


Private 


60.00 






Aaron Barton 


" 


32.00 


2d regt. U.S. Dragoons 




John Barter 


Sergeant 


30.00 






Job Britton 


Private 


20.00 






Jonathan Chapman 


" 


40.00 






Aaron Copp 


Sergeant 


CO.OO 






James Cobby 


Private 


40.00 






« 


]| 


60.00 






Matthew Chambers 


Captain 


120.00 






Richard Colamy 


Private 


30.00 






James Dean 


" 


15.00 


Col, Nichols's regt. 




« 


" 


24.00 


" 




Samuel Fugard 


" 


60.00 






Abner Gage 


" 


IS.OO 






William Green 


Adjutant 


96.00 


Col. Cilley's regt. 




Joseph Green 


Private 


30.00 






Joseph Goodrich 


" 


30.00 






Joseph Huntoon 


Lieutenant 


120.00 






Richard Howe 


Private 


40.00 






Nathan Holt 


» 


15.00 
24.00 


Stark's regt. 




Caleb Hunt 


a 


30.00 
60.00 






Ebenezer Jennings 


Sergeant 


15.00 






Peter Johnson 


" 


15.00 






Thomas Kimball 


Private 


12.00 


Wallack's co. Art. 




Ebenezer Lock 


" 


40.00 






John Lapish 


" 


15.00 






William Lowell 


" 


45.00 






Daniel McMurphy 


Lieutenant 


160.00 






Archibald McMillan 


Private 


40.00 






Joseph Moss 


« 


40.00 
64.00 


Col. Crane's regt. 


Jan. 29, 1795 


Elijah Morse 


(( 


4S.O0 






Peter Mason 


" 


72.00 


Bean's 11th Inf. 




Phineas Parkhurst 


Fifer 


60.00 
96.00 


Col. Olcott's regt. 




Jeremiah Pritchard 


Lieutenant 


80.00 






(( 


" 


160.00 






Silas Pierce 


" 


120.00 






Parris Richardson 


Private 


40.00 







I 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



225 



Hampshire, Whose Residence and Other Information Called for by the 
of the Destruction in the War Office in 1801 and 181Jf. 



Commencement Laws under which they were inscribed, increased, and 
of pension reduced; and remarks. 



Mar. 


4, 


1789 


June 7, 1785. 






t< 




Dead. 


July 


8, 


1813 


Acts military establishment. 


Mar. 


4, 


1795 


Dead. 
Dead. 
June 7, 1785. 




Mar. 


4, 


1789 


" 




May 


16, 


1809 


Increased by act 
Died November 1 


April 27, 1810. 
2, 1811. 


Jan. 


1, 


1803 


Acts military establishment. Dead. 


Sept. 


4, 


1794 


April 20, 1796. 




Aug-. 


26, 


1794 


" 




Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Increased by act 


April 24, 1816. 


Mar. 


4, 


1789 


June 7, 1785. 




Feb. 


7, 


1807 


April 25, 1808. 




Mar. 


4, 


1795 


June 7, 1785. 




Mar. 


4, 


1789 


June 7, 1785. 




Mar. 


4, 


1795 


April 20. 1796. 




Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Increased by act 


April 24, 1816. 


Mar. 


4, 


1795 


April 20, 1796. 




Mar. 


5, 


1808 


Increased. 




Mar. 


4, 


1795 


April 20, 1796. 




Mar. 


4, 


1795 


April 20, 1796. Dead. 


Mar. 


4, 


1789 


June 7, 1785. 




Mar. 


4, 


1795 


April 20, 1796. 




Sept. 


4, 


1794 


D 


ead. 


Mar. 


4, 


1789 


June 7, 1785. 




Jan. 


29, 


1795 


April 20. 1796. 




Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Increased by act 


April 24, 1816. 


June 


6, 


1806 


April 25, 1808.- 




Jan. 


11, 


1814 


Acts military establishment. 


Mar. 


4, 


1795 


April 20, 1796. 




Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Increased by act 


April 24, 1816. 


Mar. 


4, 


1795 


April 20, 1796. 




June 


6, 


1808 


Increased by act 
Died December 3 


April 23, 1808. 
1813. 


Mar. 


7, 


1808 


April 25, 1S08. 


' 


Mar. 


4, 


1789 


June 7, 1785. 





226 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



List of Invalid Pensioners Who Have Been Inscribed on the Boll of liew 
Besolution of the /Senate Cannot Be Ascertained in Consequence 







Annual 




When placed 


Namts 


Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


on 
pension roll 


Peter Robertson 


Private 


40.00 






James Keed 


Brig.-Gen. 


750.00 






John Smith 


Corporal 


44.00 






Nathan Sanborn 


Captain 


40.00 






Richard Shearman 


Private 


30.00 
60.00 






Reuben Spencer 


" 


40.00 






John Smith 


Sergeant 


30.00 
48.00 


Scammell's regt. 


Sept. 27, 1796 


Joseph Slack 


Private 


40.00 
64.00 


Col. Read's regt. 


Apr. 29, 1810 


George Simpson 


Matross 


40.00 


N. H. militia 




John Trickey 


Private 


30.00 






Chase Taylor 


" 


160.00 






Oliver Thurston 


Sergeant 


24.00 






Ebenezer Tinkham 
<< 


Private 


20.00 
30.00 
48.00 


U. S. Navy 


Aug. 6, 1794 


Oxford Tash 


" 


30.00 






Samuel Trafton 


,, 


60.00 
96.00 


Col. Nixon's regt. 




Eliphalet Taylor 


" 


20.00 






John Varnum 


" 


30.00 






John "Whitehouse 


" 


40.00 
60.00 







REV^OLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



227 



HampsJdre, Whose Residence ayxd Other Information called for by the 
of the Destruction in the War Office in 1801 and 181Jf. 



Commencement 
of pension 



Laws under which they were inscribed, increased, and 
reduced; and remarks. 



Mar. 



Oct. 



4, 1789 



8, 1807 



Mar. 


4, 


1789 


Mar. 


4, 


1795 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Oct. 


17, 


1809 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Sept. 


4, 


1796 


Mar. 


4, 


1789 


Mar. 


4, 


1795 


Nov. 


8, 


1808 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


June 


1, 


1807 


Mar. 


17, 


1786 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Mar. 


4, 


1795 


Mar. 


4, 


1789 


Sept. 


30, 


1807 



June 7, 1785. Died January 31, 1807. 

June 7, 1785. 

June 7, 1785. Died September 17, 1810. 

June 7, 1785. Died August 13, 1814. 

June 7, 1785. 

Increased by act April 25, 1808. 

Died in 1809. 

June 7, 1785. 

April 20, 1796. 

Increased by act April 24. 1816. 

April 27, 1810. 

Increased by act April 24. 1816. 

June 7, 1785. Died in 1798. 

June 7, 1785. 

June 7, 1785. Dead. 

June 7, 1785. Dead. 

April 20, 1796. 

Increased by act March 3, 1809. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816, 

Died Novem'ber 25, 1825. 

March 3, 1809. Died in 1810. 

June 7, 1785. Transferred from Massachusetts June 15, 

1812. 
Increased by act April 24, 1816. 
April 20, 1796. Dead. 

June 7, 1785. 

Increased by act April 25, 1806. 



2 -28 



EEVOLUTIONAEY DOCUMENTS 



Statement of the Nuuics, tfr., of the Heirs of Non-Commissioned Officers, 
Years' Half-pay in Lieu of Bounty Land, under the Second Section of 



NAilES OF THE ORIGI- 
NAL Claimants 




Description of service 



Time of 
decease 



CHESHIEE COUNTY 

Xoah Bisbee. Jr. 
-Thos. G. Bullard 

Daniel Dudley 

Paul Knight 
Zenas Lebourveau 

John Mc^Murphy 
George W. Phillips 



Nathaniel Thayer 

COOS COUNTY 

Joseph Burnham 

Joel Farnham alias 

Farnum 
Jeremiah Fuller 
H. Goodenough 

John Holmes 
George Ingersoll 
Stephen Maxwell 

(iRAFTON COUNTY 

John Abbott 

Timothy Bedel 
Robert Crawford 

Ebenezer Deming 

Henry Eastman 

William Evans 

* Paid in Massachusetts. 



Sergeant 
Private 



Sergeant 
Private 



Private 

Sergeant 
Private 



Sergeant 
Private 



21st regt. Inf. 
40th regt. Inf. 

4th regt. Inf. 



11th regt. Inf. 

4th regt. Inf. 
Artillery 



23d regt. Inf. 



11th regt. Inf. 



11th regt. Inf. 

2d regt. Drag. 
4th regt. Inf. 



2d regt. Light Drag. 

11th regt. Inf. 
Light artillery 



July 22, IS 14 

Oct. 16, 1S14 

May 2S, 1813 

Jan. 6, 1814 

May G, 1814 

Oct. 26, 1814 

Sept. 1813 



Aug. 23, 1814 



Aug. 15, 1814 



Mar. 4, 1814 
Aug. 15, 1814 
Feb. 11, 1815 



March, 1814 
April 13, 1813 
July 5, 1814 



Sept. 13, 1813 

Dec. 19, 1812 
April 2, 1813 



Nov. 30, 1813 

Oct. 10, 1814 
Sept. 4, 1814 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



229 



Privates, £-c., Mlio Died in ihe United States Service, ^Vho Ohtained Five 
the Act of April 16, 1816, and \Ylw Resided in tlie State of New HajnpsMre. 



Namks of the Heirs 



Annual 
Allow- 
ance 



When placed 

on the 
pension roll 



Commence- 
ment of 
pension 



Ending of 
pension 



CHESHIKE COUNTY 

William Bradford Bisbee 
Riifus. Lvman, and Luther 

Bullard"^ 
Mehitable, Abijah, and Ma- 

hala Dudley 
Shipley Willard Knight 
Levey, Lydia, Aaron, and 

Keene Lebourveau 
Polly McMurphy 
Freelove, Paine, Lucinda 

Wright. Elvira. Maria, and 

G. W. A. Phillips 
Cornelia Thajer 

COOS COUNTY 

John, Timothy D., Ira, and 
Mary Burnham 

Joseph. Deborah, and Lucinda 
Farnham 

George A. Fuller 

Joseph, Nancy, Moses, Ells- 
worth, and Mercy Goode- 
nough 

Gales Holmes 

Francis Ingersoll 

Samuel Maxwell 

GRAFTON COUNTY' 

Mary, Susan, Hannah, Euth, 
and Louisa Abbott 

Jane, Ann and Timothy Bedel 

Ann, Susanna, Joseph, Abi- 
gail, Polly, Benjamin, and 
Samuel L. Crawford 

Nancy, Lucy, Doll,y, John, 
Abial, and Mehitable Dem- 
ing 

Amelia, Sally, and Reuben 
Kimball Eastman 

Eliza and Echisa Evans 



48.00 
48.00 



48.00 
48.00 



48.00 
48.00 



48.00 
48.00 



66.00 



48.00 
48.00 



48.00 
48.00 
48.00 
48.00 



48.00 
48.00 



48.00 



48.00 



66.00 
48.00 



Mar. 5, 1817 

Feb. 20, 1822 

Sept. 15, 1818 

Dec. 18, 181S 



Feb. 
Feb. 



Jan. 
Dec. 



2. 1819 
5, 1820 



5, 1820 
9, 1820 



Dec. 18, 1818 

May 16, 1818 
Apr. 12, 1810 



Jan. 6, 18i8 

June 12, 1821 

Apr. 27, 1818 

Jan. 6, 1819 



Oct. 12. 1818 
Aug. 25, 1818 



Oct. 1,1817 



July 31, 1818 



Aug. 
Jan. 



18, 1817 
27, 1S18 



Feb. 17, 1815 

Feb. 4, 1822 

Feb. 17, 1815 

May 7, 1819 



Nov. 19, 1819 
Nov. 15. 1820 



Feb. 17, 1815 



Feb. 
Feb. 



24, 1818 
17,1815 



Feb. 17, 1815 



Feb. 17. 1820 

Feb. 4, 1827 

Feb. 17, 1820 

May 7, 1824 



Nov, 19, 1824 
Nov. 15, 1825 



Feb. 17, 1820 



Feb. 
Feb. 



24, 182.1 
17, 1820 



Feb. 17, 1820 



230 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement of the Names, £-c., of the Heirs of Non-Commissioned Officers, 
Years' Half-pay in Lieu of Bounty Land, under the Second Section of 



Names of the Origi- 
nal Claimants 


Rank 


Description of service 


Time of 
decease 


GRAFTOX COUNTY 

— Conchuhil 










Samuel Follansbee 


Private 


4th regt. Inf. 


Nov. 


4, 1813 


Timothy Kimball 


" 


45th regt. Inf. 


Oct. 


3], 1814 


Samuel Morrill 
Samuel Marcus 


" 


31st regt. Inf. 
11th regt. Inf. 


Oct. 
April 


12, 1814 
1814 


Thomas Pool 
Jonathan Ring 


" 


33d regt. Inf. 
45th regt. Inf. 


Oct. 
Jan. 


15, 1814 
9, 1815 


James Rix 
Jonathan Simonds 




11th regt. Inf. 
21st regt. Inf. 


July 
Aug. 


15, 1819 
17, 1814 


HILLSBOROUGH 
COUNTY 










Moses Bailey 
William Dodge 
Jacob Evans 


Private 


25th regt. Inf. 
9th regt. Inf. 
45th regt. Inf. 


Jan. 
Dec. 
Feb. 


4, 1814 
10, 1813 
17, 1815 


Joseph Flanders 


" 


4th regt. Inf. 


Nov. 


28, 1813 


John Henderson 


" 


9th regt. Inf. 


Sept. 


27, 1813 


Philip Hutchinson 


" 


21st regt. Inf. 


Nov. 


24, 1812 


Samuel Herrick 
Abel Kimball 
William Kelly 
Isaac Lawrence 
William Lovejoy 


" 


9th regt. Inf. 
State Dragoons 
4th regt. Inf. 
13th regt. Inf. 
11th regt. Inf. 


Mar. 

Feb. 

June 

Oct. 

Dec. 


17, 1813 
10, 1815 
16, 1814 
13, 1812 
2, 1813 


George Littlefield 


" • 


21st regt. Inf. 


Feb. 


1, 1815 


Stephen Leathers 
Dummer Pattee 


" 


30th regt. Inf. 

2d regt. Light Art. 


Apr. 
Jan. 


15, 1815 
2, 1814 


Moses Peabody 


" 


0th regt. Inf. 


Apr. 


26, 1813 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



231 



Privates, d-c, WJio Died in the United States Service, Who Obtained Five 
the Act of April 16, 1816, and Who Resided in the State of New Hampshire. 



Names ot the Heies 



Annual 
Allow- 
ance 



When placed 

on the 
pension roll 



Commence- 
ment of 
pension 



Ending of 
pension 



GEAFTON COUNTY— COH- 
cliided 

James, David, and Abigail 

Follansbee 
Amos, Louis, and Penula 

Kimball 
Julian Morrill 
Betsey, Deborah, Samuel, Asa 

and Drusa Marcus 
Anna and Eleanor Pool 
Be-tsey, Amanda, John 

Adams, Mary, Addison, 

Charles, and Hancot Eing 
Lewis and Nancy Eix 
Albert and Eosilla Simonds 

HILLSBOEOUGH 
COUNTY 

Philip Bailey 

Amos and William Dodge 

Osgood, Eliza, Hannah, Mary, 
and Edith Evans 

Alice, Susan, Joseph, Polly, 
and Benjamin Flanders 

David, Arthur, and Abigail 
Henderson 

Phebe, William, and Oliver 
Hutchinson 

George Herrick 

Caroline Kimball 

Lavinia B. Kelly 

Isaac Eeed Lawrence 

William, Ira, and Susanna 
Lovejoy 

Eliza, Sophia, George, Os- 
car, Sarah, Theodore, and 
Eichard Littlefield 

Alice Leathers 

Elba, Asa, Polly, Dummer, 
and John Pattee 

Keziah and Mary Jane Pea- 
bod v 



48.00 



48.00 
48.00 



48.00 
48.00 



48.00 
48.00 
48.00 



48.00 
48.00 

48.00 

48.00 

48.00 

48.00 
48.00 
48.00 
4.8.00 
48.00 

48.00 



48.00 
48.00 



48.00 
48.00 



Nov. 11, 1817 



May 
Mar. 

Nov. 
Aug. 



May 
Sept. 
Nov. 
July 
Aug. 



11, 1818 
31, 1819 

11, 1817 
11, 1817 



Aug. 13, 1817 
Aug. 4, 1821 
Nov. 11, 1817 



Aug. 12, 1817 

May 11, 1818 

Apr. 16, 1818 

Mar. 24, 1820 

Mar. 15, 1817 



11,1818 
20, 1819 
11,1817 
31, 1818 
12, 1817 



Sept, 27, 1817 

July 6, 1821 

Mar. 15, 1817 

Dec. 21, 1819 



Feb. 17, 1815 



July 
Feb. 



15, 1819 
17, 1815 



Feb. 17, 1815 



May 3, 1821 
Feb. 17, 1815 



Feb. 17, 1820 



July 
Feb. 



15, 1824 
17, 1820 



Feb. 17, 1820 



May 3, 1826 
Feb. 17, 1820 



232 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement of the N'ames, cCr., of the Heirs of Non-Commissioned Officers, 
Years' Half-pay in Lieu of Bounty Land, under the Second Section of 



Names of the Obigi- 

NAL CLAISIANTS 


Eank 


Description of service 


Time of 
decease 


HILLSBOEOUGH 
COUNTY— Co«ciMde(? 










Matthew Stevens 


Private 


16th regt. Inf. 


Oct. 


24, 1814 


James Sargent 


" 


4th regt. Inf. 


Feb. 


24, 1814 


Ebenezer Thurston 


" 


9th regt. Inf. 


Dec. 


29, 1813 


ROCKINGHAM 
COUNTY 










Elnathan Bigelow 


Private 


21st regt. Inf. 


July 


22, 1813 


Ebenezer Blaisdell 


" 


" 


April 


12, 1813 


Parker Brown 


« 


45th regt. Inf. 


Aug. 


28, 1814 


Thomas Chandler 
Jonathan Currier 


Corporal 
Private 


21st regt. Inf. 


Mar. 

Aug. 


22, 1815 
22, 1813 


Simon Chase 


" 


34th regt. Inf. 


Aug. 


15, 1814 


James Elliot 


» 


9th regt. Inf. 


Jan. 


4, 1814 


Thomas Fisher 


" 


11th regt. Inf. 


July 


25, 1814 


Theophilus Griffin 
Amaziah Goodwin 


" 


4th regt. Inf. 
Artillery 


Sept. 
Oct. 


23, 1814 
15, 1812 


James Holmes 
John A. H. Jackson 
Joseph Kelly 


« 


21st regt. Inf. 
4th regt. Inf. 


July 23, 1813 
Sept. 26, 1814 
January, 1814 


Thomas Leavitt 


M 


45th regt. Inf. 


Feb. 


8, 1815 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



233 



Privates, dr., Who Died in the United States Service, Who Ohtained Five 
the Act of April 16, ISIG, and Who Resided in the State of New Hampshire. 



Names of the Heirs 


Annual 
Allow- 


When 
on 


placed 
the 


Commence- 
ment of 


Ending of 




ance 


pension roll 


pension 


lien si on 


HILLSBOROUGH 












COUNTY— C'o«f7»(/erf 












Nathaniel L., Sarah, and 












Hannah Stevens 


48.00 


Apr. 


13, 1818 


Feb. 17, 1815 


Feb. 17, 1820 


Jane, Mary, and John G. 












Sarg-ent 


48.00 


July 


23,1817 


" 


<( 


Trueworthy G., Judith. Mir- 












iam, Lucinda, Hannah, and 












Benjamin B. Thurston 


48.00 


Mar. 


15,1817 


" 


« 


EOCKINGHAM 












COUNTY^ 












Eunice, William, and Sarah 












Bigelow 


48.00 


Nov. 


11,1817 


Feb. 17, 1815 


Feb. 17, 1820 


Isaac, Lydia, James W., Loel, 












Samuel, and Nancy Blais- 












dell 


48.00 


Apr. 


4, 1818 


" 


" 


Mary, William, Eelief, John, 












Lavinia, Asenath, and Fan- 












ny Brown 


48.00 


Jan. 


6, 1819 


" 


" 


Eliza and Maria Chandler 


60.00 


Oct. 


17, 1817 


" 


" 


Toppan, Osgood, Hazen, 












Mary, Hannah, and Louisa 












Currier 


48.00 


Apr. 


4, 1818 


« 


" 


Nathaniel, Mary, Lucinda, 












Nancy, Sarah Ann, Theo- 












philus, and James Chase 


48.00 


July 


13,1818 


« 


<> 


Emilia, Eoxina, and Castor 












Elliot 


48.00 


Aug. 


17, 1818 


" 


" 


Esther, James, Mehitable, 












Thomas, Charles, and Sam- 












uel Fisher 


48.00 


Nov. 


23, 1817 


" 


" 


Ira and Susannah Griffin 


48.00 


July 


31, 1818 


i< 


" 


Abigail, Amaziah, Altuzah, 












and Willoughby Goodwin 


48.00 


April 


20, 1819 


" 


" 


William Holmes 


48.00 


Sept. 


18, 1819 


" 


" 


John Henry Jackson 


48.00 


Oct. 


17, 1817 


" 


" 


Joanna, Mary, and Charles 












Kelly 


48.00 


Nov. 


11, 1817 


" 


" 


Abigail, Salome E., Sally, 












Rhoda, Almira, Mehitable, 












and Lucinda Leavitt 


48.00 


July 


31,1818 


i( 


" 



234 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement of the Names, &c., of the Heirs of Non-Commissioned Officers, 
Years'' Half -pay in Lieu of Bounty Land, under the Sewnd Section of 



Names of the, Origi- 






Time of 


nal Clalmajjts 


Rank 


Description of Service 


decease 


ROCKINGHAM 












COUNTY— C'o«o/»f/?(Z 












John Melvin 


Private 


40th regt. Inf. 


June 


11, 


1814 


Jonathan Piper 


" 


21st regt. Inf. 


May 


20, 


1813 


George Packer 


" 


" 


Last 


of Octo- 








[ber, 


1817 


James Perkins 




4th regt. Inf. 


Oct. 


6, 


1814 


William Robinson 




21st regt. Inf. 


July 


16, 


1813 


Daniel Shorey 


" 


« 


Nov. 


19, 


1814 


William Tandy 


t( 


<t 


Nov. 


12, 


1812 


Moses T. Willard 


" 


11th regt. Inf. 


July 


25, 


1814 


STRAFFORD COUNTY 












George Abbott 


Private 


33d regt. Inf. 


Oct. 


13, 


1814 


Daniel L. Abbott 


" 


4th regt. Inf. 


Mar. 


13, 


1814 


Francis Bowman 


i( 


45th regt. Inf. 


Mar. 


6, 


1815 


Jeremiah S. Bryant 


" 


" 


Jan. 


3, 


1815 


Abraham Cook 


» 


Artillery 


June 


30, 


1812 


Thomas Dearborn 


Corporal 


21st regt. Inf. 


Oct. 


10, 


1814 


Solomon Davis 


Private 


11th regt. Inf. 


Aug. 


10, 


1814 


Samuel T. Emerson 


" 


" 


Dec. 


24, 


1813 


Benjamin Goodwin 


t< 


31st regt. Inf. 


Sept. 


7, 


1814 


Tristram Goodwin 


« 


9th regt. Inf. 


Dec. 


27, 


1813 


Richard Hodgdon 


« 


« 


Sept. 


17, 


1814 


Timothy Heard 


« 


<i 






1813 


William" Hill 




11th regt. Inf. 


Sept. 


2, 


1814 



KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



236 



Privates, cfr., Who Died in the United States Service, Who Ohtaiived Five 
the Act of April 16, 1816, and Who Resided in the State of New Hampshire. 



Names of the Heirs 


Annual 
Allow- 


WTien 
on 


placed 
the 


Commence- 
ment of 


Ending of 




ance 


pension roll 


pension 


pension 


ROCKINGHAM 












COU^iTY— Concluded 












Luther, John F., Lydia, and 












Thomas S. Melvin 


48.00 


Dec. 


17, 1817 


Feb. 17, 1815 


Feb. 17, 1820 


Mary Piper 


48.00 


Nov. 


29, 1816 


" 


" 


Betsey, Edna. George, Ln- 












cinda, and Charles Packer 


48.00 


April 


16, 1818 


" 


" 


George and Mary Perkins 


48.00 


Jan. 


6, 1819 


" 


" 


Edwin, Levi, and William 












Robinson 


48.00 


Mar. 


5, 1818 


" 


(t 


Ephraim and Jefferson 












Shorey 


48.00 


Oct. 


17, 1816 


" 


" 


Hervey, Gorham, Vienna D., 












Haril, and Jonathan Tandy 


48.00 


Nov. 


11,1817 


" 


" 


Sarah, Elizabeth, Moses, and 












Nancy Willard 


48.00 


Mar. 


21, 1818 


" 


<t 


STRAFFORD COUNTY 












Thomas L., Maria, and Ame- 












line Abbott 


48.00 


Dec. 


17, 1817 


Feb. 17, 1815 


Feb. 17, 1820 


Abigail, Daniel H., Hannah, 












Richard, Olive, and Thomas 












Abbott 


48.00 


Sept. 


20, 1819 


i< 


*' 


Nancy Bowman 


48.00 


Jan. 


28, 1818 


" 


" 


Sally, Betsey, Priscilla, Di- 












ana, and Jeremiah Bryant 


48.00 


Jan. 


6, 1819 


" 


" 


Cynthia Cook 


48.00 


Nov. 


9, 1819 


" 


" 


Abraham F. Dearborn 


60.00 


Oct. 


18, 1817 


" 


" 


Alden Davis 


48.00 


Dec. 


18, 1818 


" 


*' 


Samuel F., Timothy, James, 












and Harriet Emerson 


48.00 


Nov. 


4, 1817 


41 


«' 


Joseph and Samuel Good- 












win 


48.00 


Aug. 


18,1817 


" 


" 


John M., Daniel S., Abigail, 












James M., and Sally Good- 












wi n 


48.00 


Dec. 


17, 1817 


«( 


" 


Molly, Supply, George, Alon- 












zo, Harriet, and Lydia 












Hodgdon 


48.00 


Sept. 


15, 1818 


" 




Jeremiah Heard 


48.00 


Nov. 


23, 1819 


" 


<' 


Shadrach, Edward, John, 










<( 


George, Betsey, and Sallv 












Hill 


48.00 


Feb. 


12, 1821 


Dec. 28,1820 


Dec. 28, 1825 



236 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement of tlis Names, &c., of the Heirs of Non-Comniiss'ianed Officers^ 
Years' Half-pay in Lieu of Bounty Land, under tlie Second Section of 



Names of the Oeigi- 

NAL ClAIMAJvTS 


Rank 


Description of service 


Time of 
decease 


STEAFFORD COUNTY 
— Concluded 










Richard Moulton 


Private 


11th regt. Inf. 


Nov. 


1814 


Josiah Moody 


« 


4th regt. Inf. 


Sept. 


25, 1813 


David Philbrick 
Samuel Richards 
John Runnels 
Edward Small 


" 


33d regt. Inf. 
Artillery 

11th regt. Inf. 


Oct. 
Jan. 
July 
Aug. 


6, 1814 

16, 1814 

4, 1814 

1, 1814 


Jonathan Severance 


" 


« 


Nov. 


1, 1814 


Geo. W. Sandborn alias 
Sanborn 


" 


« 


July 


26, 1814 


Samuel Tenney 
Jacob Wentvs^orth 


" 


21st regt. Inf. 
9th regt. Inf. 


Jan. 
Jan. 


IS, 1815 
1, 1814 


Edmund Wentworth 




4th regt. Inf. 


Jan. 


14, 181 t 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



237 



Privates, c(r., Who Died in the United States Service, Who Obtained Five 
the Act of April 16, 1S16, and Who Resided in the State of Kew Hampshire. 



Kames of the Heiks 



Annua 
Allow- 
ance 



When placed 

on the 
pension roll 



Commence- 
ment of 
pension 



Ending of 
pension 



STRAFFORD COUNTY— Co« 
eluded 

Nancy, Sally, Thomas, Chase, 
Mahala, and Charles Moul 
ton 
Deborah, Abigail, Asa, Pollj^ 

Bishop, and Oliver Moodj' 
Samuel and David Philbrick 
Abigail and Sally Richards 
Paul and Anna Runnels 
Edward, Francis, Anna C, 

and Marj' Jane Small 
Abigail, Sally, Parker, Polly, 

and Mehitable Severance 
Elias H. D., Anna C, Leon- 
ard, Abigail, and Mary B. 
Sanborn 
William and Samuel Tenney 
John, Lewis, Anna, Patience, 
Moses, Ezekiel, Mary, and 
Sarah Wentworth 
Benjamin, Sally, Sabina, 
Nicholas, Edmund, Polly, 
Joannah, Alice, and Betsey 
Wentworth 



48.00 

48.00 
48.00 
48.00 
48.00 

48.00 

48.00 



48.00 
48.00 



48.00 



48.00 



Jan. 27, 1818 
May 11, 1818 



Feb. 
Sept. 

Aug. 

Sept. 



Nov. 
Mar. 



2, 1819 
20, 1819 

17, 1818 

15, 1818 



22, 1819 
5, 1819 



Feb. 17, 1815 



Feb. 17, 1820 



April 12, 1819 



April 12, 1819 



238 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Rank, &c., of Persons. Residing in Coos 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 







\nnual 




When 


placed 


Names 


Rank 


Allow- 


Description of service 


on 






ance 




pension roll 


Jacob Barrows 


Private 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Nov. 


28, 1818 


John Bergin 


Ensign 


240.00 


X. H. cont. line 




" 


Elisha Benton 


Private 


240.00 


Conn. cont. line 


May 


21, 1819 


John Burns 


" 


240.00 


N. H. cont. line. 


July 


11, 1819 


James Carr 


Major 


240.00 


" 


Feb. 


13, 1819 


Woodman Carlton 


Private 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


15, 1819 


Edward Carlton 


(( 


96.00 


" 


Feb. 


8, 1819 


Jared Cone 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Apr. 


21, 1832 


Levi Chubbuck 


Fifer 


15.00 
45.00 
72.00 


t( 






" 


" 


96.00 


<( 


Sept. 


24, 1819 


Simeon Evans 


Private 


96.00 


" 


May 


21, 1819 


William Eaton 


(C 


96.00 


<( 


Jan. 


20, 1819 


David Greenleaf 


(( 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Sept. 


6, 1819 


Jeremiah Gould 


" 


96.00 


" 


May 


28, 1829 


Phinehas Hodgdon 


" 


96.00 


" 


May 


21, 1819 


Benjamin Hicks 


" 


96.00 


" 




" 


Obed Hall 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


July 


20, 1819 


Daniel Hurlburt 


<( 


96. 00 


Conn. cont. line 


Dec. 


3, 1819 


Lazarus Holmes 


" 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


Aug. 


28, 1828 


Samuel Jenkins 


« 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Sept. 


27, 1819 


Ebenezer Lyon 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Nov. 


28, 1818 


John Lary 


" 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


July 


24, 1819 


Nehemiah Merrill 


<i 


96.00 


" 


May 


21, 1819 


Obadiah Mann 


Lieutenant 


240.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Sept. 


16, 1819 


Peter ^lassuere 


Quartermas- 


96.00 


X^avy 


May 


18, 1820 


John Noble 


Private [ter 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


May 


21, 1819 


Eichard Perkins 


" 


96.00 


*' 


Nov. 


28, 1818 


Abijah Potter 


Sergeant 


96.00 


« 


Sept. 


27, 1819 


James Eider 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Jan. 


15, 1820 


Peter Stillings 


" 


96.00 


" 


May 


21, 1819 


John Taylor 


it 


96.00 


" 


May 


20, 1819 


Humphrey Willard 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Nov. 


28, 1818 


William Wil^ey 


•' 


96.00 


X^. H. cont. line 


Mar. 


5, 1819 


Stephen Webster 


" 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


15, 1819 


Samuel Wheeler 


" 


96.00 


" 


May 


21, 1819 


Samuel Wentwortb 


" 


96.00 




Apr. 


29. 1819 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



239 



Couniij in the State of New Ilampsldre, Who II ace Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the 18th of March, 1818. 



Clommencement 


Ages 


Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 


of 


pension 


the pension roll; and remarks. 


Apr. 


1, 


1818 


73 

74 


Died April 28, 1828. 


June 


5, 


1818 


82 




May 


2, 


1818 


69 




Apr. 


17, 


1818 


75 


Dropped act May 1, 1820. Reinstated August 10, 1822. 


Apr. 


13, 


1818 


71 




Apr. 


17, 


1818 


84 




Jan. 


1, 


1830 


86 




Mar. 


4, 


1789 




April 20, 1796. Invalid pension. 


June 


20, 


1807 




Increased to this rate by act April 25, 1808. 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


62 


Increased to this rate by act April 24, 1816. 


Sept. 


4, 


1818 




Eelinquished for the benefit of act March 18, 1818. 


Apr. 


16, 


1818 


97 
94 


Died August 3, 1828. 

Transferred from Orleans county, Vermont, from Sept. 
4, 1826. 


Apr. 


1, 


1818 


80 




Apr. 


22, 


1829 


88 




Mar. 


31, 


1818 


72 




Apr. 


1, 


1818 


73 




May 


9, 


1819 


70 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Nov. 


10, 


1819 


75 




Aug. 


28, 


1823 


84 




Apr. 


24, 


1818 


80 




Apr. 


3, 


1818 


71 




Apr. 


21, 


1818 


85 




Apr. 


1, 


1818 


67 


Died April 16, 1830. 


Apr. 


13, 


1818 


73 


Died February 4, 1825. 


Apr. 


9, 


1818 


68 




Apr. 


10, 


1818 


72 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


1, 


1818 


67 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. Restored, commencing April 
11, 1823. Died June 15, 1832. 


June 


23, 


1819 


76 


Suspended act Maj- 1, 1S20. Restored commencing Jan- 
uary 21, 1831. 


July 


23, 


1819 


60 


Suspe'nded act May 1, 1820. 


July 


23, 


1818 


83 




Apr. 


17, 


1818 


69 


Died February 14, 1822. 


Apr. 


1, 


1818 


67 




Apr. 


29, 


1818 


70 




Apr. 


13, 


1818 


72 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


23, 


1818 


78 




Apr. 


1, 


1818 


70 





240 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Slalcnteiit Showing the Names, Rani-, cOc, of Persons Residing in Cheshire 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 



Names 




Annual! 

Allow- Description of service 
ance 



When 


placed 




on 


pension, roll 


^Nfar. 


15, 1810 


Feb. 


5, 1819 


Feb. 


23, 1819 


May- 


18, 1819 


July 


21, 1819 


July 


15, 182C 


June 


8, 183C 


Nov. 


12, ISIS 


Mar. 


5, 1819 


Mar. 


23, 1819 


Mar. 


25, 1819 


May 


18, 1819 


June 


7, 1819 


June 


10, 1819 


June 


15, 1819 


June 


7, 1819 


June 


17, 1819 


June 


18, 1819 


July 


7, 1819 


July 


8, 1819 


Aug-. 


9, 1819 


Sept. 


27, 1819 
11 


Sept. 


17, 1819 


May 


30, 1820 


May 


31, 1820 


Oct. 


1, 1818 


Oct. 


10, 1818 


Jan. 


20, 1819 


Mar. 


18, 1819 


Mar. 


23, 1819 


July 


27, 1819 


Aug. 


9, 1819 


Sept. 


22, 1819 



Jeremiah Abbot 
Moses Abbot 
David Adams 

Samuel Adams 
Jonathan Atherton 
William Aldrich 
Abel Allen 
James Barden 
Caleb Baldwin 
Benjamin Bachelder 
Naboth Betterson 
Adoniram Benton 
Amos Brooks 

Samuel Buss 

Allen Bidwell 
Nathan Bent 

Oliver Bacon 
James Bemis 

Nathaniel Bacon 
Eleazer Blake 
Niles Beckwith 
Amos Bryant 
Simeon Blood 
John Barker 
John Balch 

Francis Barker 
Ensley Brown 
Seth Blake 

Micah Chaplin 
Timothjr Clements 
Timothy Carleton 
John Cockle 
Thomas Carr 
Abijah Codding 

Daniel Campbell 
Thomas Colchard 
Nathaniel Clark 



Drummer 


96.00 


Private 


96.00 


Sergeant 


96.00 


Private 


96.00 


•• 


Oti.GO 


" 


96.00 


<( 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


Capt.c^- Lieut. 


240.00 


Private 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


X 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


Lieutenant 


240.00 


Private 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


Ensign 


240.00 


Private 


96.00 


» 


96.00 


Sergeant 


96.00 


Private 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


u 


96.00 


Sergeant 


96.00 


Private 


96.00 


(t 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


« 


96.00 


Sergeant 


96.00 


Captain 


240.00 


Private 


96.00 


n 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


« 


96.00 


» 


96.00 


<( 


96.00 


" 


96.00 



N. H. continental 



Mass. continental 
N. H. continental 

Mass. continental 
Conn, continental 
N. H. continental 

Conn, continental 
Mass. continental 



Conn, continental 
Mass. continental 

N. H. continental 
Mass. continental 

N. H. continental 
Mass. continental 



N. H. continental 
Mass. continental 
N. H. continental 

Mass. continental 
N. H. continental 
Mass. continental 

N. H. continental 

Mass. continental 

N. H. continental 
Mass. continental 

N. H. continental 

N. H. cont. line 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



241 



County in the State of Neiv Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed an the ISth of March, 1818. 



Commencement 








. 


Ages 


of 


pension 




.May 


6, 


1818 


62 


Dec. 


23, 


1818 


83 


May 


12, 


1818 


75 


Oct. 


7, 


1818 


77 


Apr. 


14, 


1818 


70 


Sept. 


21, 


1819 


65 


Aug. 


18, 


1829 


76 


Apr. 


9, 


1818 


68 


Apr. 


7, 


1818 


86 


May 


11, 


1818 


83 


^lay 


20, 


1818 


70 


Apr. 


6, 


1818 


71 


Apr. 


24, 


1818 


74 


Aug. 


26, 


1818 


72 


Apr. 


18, 


1818 


66 


Mar. 


30, 


1818 


73 


^tar. 


22, 


1818 


64 


May 


20, 


1818 


75 


Apr. 


29, 


1819 


93 


Oct. 


23, 


1818 


63 


Apr. 


23, 


1818 


68 


May 


25, 


1818 


72 


Apr. 


29, 


1818 


77 


Apr. 


14, 


1818 


63 


Oct. 


8, 


1818 


07 


Oct. 


15, 


1818 


70 


May 


9, 


1818 


67 


Sept. 


4, 


1819 


70 


Apr. 


7, 


1818 


80 


June 


5, 


1818 


90 


May 


5, 


1818 


103 


Apr. 


13, 


1818 


73 


May 


5, 


1818 


74 


Apr. 


14, 


]818 


79 


May 


20, 


1818 


58 


June 


27, 


181S 


58 


Aug. 


2 


1819 


57 



Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 
the pension roll; and remarks. 



Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 

Suspended under act May 1. 18:i0. 

Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Keinstated February 23 

1822. 
Died May 19, 1832. 
Died February 23, 1830. 



Died September 5, 1823. 
Died September 7, 1821. 



Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 

March 4, 1823. Died August 11, 1827. 
Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 

September 5, 1826. 
Died August 2, 1822. 
Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 

February 20, 1827. 
Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 
Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 

January 8. 1831. Died November 15, 1831. 
Died in 1823. 

Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 
Died February 20, 1821* , 



Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 

Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 

May 6, 1823. Died March 15, 1824. 
Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 
Died May 6, 1820. 
Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 

Se])tember 25, 1828. Died March 4, 1829. 
Died December 29, 1820. 

Suspended under act May 1, 1821. Admitted act June 7. 
Died September 1, 1825. 
Died November 3, 1820. 
Died March 4, 1828. 
Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 

May 6, 1823. 
Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 
Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 
Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 



01 •> 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Sltoiving the Names, Banl-, tCr., of Perso7is liesiding in. Cheshire 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 







Annual 




When 


placed 


Names 


Rank 


Allow- 


Description of service 




on 






ance 




pension roll 


James Chamberlain 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Sept. 


27, 1819 


Jonathan Ciimmings 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


June 


30, 1818 


John Cambridge 


Sergeant 


96.00 


E. I. cont. line 


Nov. 


12, 1819 


Jonas Davis 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Mar. 


25, 1819 


Alexander DeBell 


" 


96.00 


u 


June 


12, 1819 


Moses Dyer 


" 


96.00 


" 


June 


17, 1819 


Nathaniel Draper 


Sergeant 


96.00 


" 


Nov. 


29, 1819 


Jabez Down 


Private 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Nov. 


26, 1818 


Joel Dickinson 


« 


96.00 


« 


Feb. 


5, 1820 


Thomas Dinsmore 


" 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Sept. 


27, 1819 


John Emerson 


u 


96.00 


(t 


July 


29, 1819 


Charles Emerson 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Apr. 


14, 1820 


William Ferguson 


Fife-Major 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Jan. 


20, 1819 


James Foster 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


]\Iar. 


23, 1819 


John Fay- 


" 


96.00 


Mass, cont. line 


May 


19, 1819 


Benjamin Flink 


Sergeant 


96.00 


>' 


June 


9, 1819 


Samuel Felt 


Private 


96.00 


" 


June 


18, 1818 


Abiel Foster 


" 


96.00 


(( 


July 


9, 1819 


Andrew Foster 


Sergeant 


96.00 


" 


Oct. 


29, 1819 


Joseph Fay 


Private 


90.00 


N. H. cont. line 


May 


18, 1820 


Samuel Gerould 


Corporal 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Jan. 


20, 1819 


Nathaniel Gibson 


" 


96.00 


" 




" 


William Green 


Private 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


23, 1819 


John Gay 


" 


96.00 


" 


May 


25, 1819 


Amos Gates 


" 


96.00 


" 


June 


15, 1819 


Silvanus Hastings 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Oct. 


22, ISIS 


Asa Harrington 


" 


96:00 


Mass. cont. line 


Nov. 


12, 1818 


Ebenezer Hurd 


" 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


22. 1819 


Moses Harriman 


" 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


25, 1819 


Caleb Holbrook 


" 


96.00 


" 


May 


IS, 1819 


Lemuel Holden 


" 


96.00 


" 


Sept. 


6, 1819 


Phineas Hamblet 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Sept. 


29, 1819 


Timothj' Harvey 


" 


90.00 


" 


Nov. 


17. 1819 


Kimber Harvey 


" 


96.00 


" 


July 


7, 1820 


Nathaniel Hills 


" 


96.00 


" 


Nov. 


29, 1819 


David Joslin 


Corporal 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Jan. 


20, 1818 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



243 



Cou.nl !/ in the Staie of New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the ISth of March, 1818. 



Comn 


lencement 


Ages 


Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 


of 


pension 




the pension roll; and remarks. 


July 


15, 


1819 


70 


Died January 23, 1827. 


Apr. 


13, 


1818 


75 


Transferred from Worcester co., Mass., from :March 4, 1826. 


May 


21, 


1818 


72 


Transferred from Windham co., Vermont, from Septem- 
ber 4, 1826. Died July 2, 1829. 


Apr. 


25, 


1818 


81 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 
June 26, 1824. ° 


Apr. 


13, 


1818 


76 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


8, 


1818 


62 




Nov. 


10, 


1819 


66 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


7, 


1818 


71 


Transferred from Windham county, Vermont, March 4 
1826. 


Apr. 


16, 


1818 


82 


Transferred from Windham county, Vermont, from 
March 4, 1820. 


Aug. 


13, 


1819 


63 


Transferred from Suffolk county, Massachusetts, from 
March 4, 1825, and relinquished for the benefit of act 
May 15, 1828. 


May 


13, 


1818 


69 




May 


7, 


1818 


82 


Died April 23, 1831. 


May 


6, 


1818 


66 


Died July 2, 1826. 


Apr. 


15, 


1818 


70 




Nov. 


2, 


1818 


67 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 
May 5, 1824. 


Mar. 


30, 


1819 


63 


Dropped under act Ma.y 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


30, 


1819 


81 


Suspended under act Mav 1, 1820. Restored commencing 
October 22, 1823. Died June 26, 1826. 


May 


28, 


1818 


59 


Died July 23, 1823. 


Apr. 


11, 


1818 


69 




Dec. 


17, 


1819 


57 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


21, 


1818 


70 


Died January 15, 1824. 


Apr. 


24, 


1818 


74 




May 


11, 


1818 


82 




Apr. 


25, 


1818 


81 




Apr. 


4, 


1818 


69 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 


May 


4, 


1818 


67 




Apr. 


10, 


1818 


73 


Died May 28, 1824. 


Apr. 


15, 


1818 


68 


Died October 28, 1824. 


May 


11, 


1818 


77 


Died August 5, 1832. 


Oct. 


12, 


1818 


71 




June 


20, 


1818 


78 




Aug. 


10, 


1819 


78 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 
November 6. 1828. 


Oct. 


25, 


1819 


62 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


May 


26, 


1818 


64 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


8, 


1818 


75 




Apr. 


13, 


1818 


58 


Dropped act May 1, 1820. 



24i 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Bank, &c., of Persons Residing in Cheshire 

Pension List tinder the Act of Congress 







Annual 




When 


placed 


Names 


Rank 


Allow- 


Description' of service 




on 






ance 




pension roll 


Obadiah Jenkins 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Apr. 


23, 1819 


Moses Jackson 


.< 


96.00 


" 


May 


20, 1819 


PJleazer Jordan 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


July 


20, 1819 


David Jenkins 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


July 


14, 1819 


Elijah Johnson 


" 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


May 


27, 1830 


David Kimball 


" 


96.00 


" 


Nov. 


12, 181S 


Reuben Kendall 


<' 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


23, 1819 


Oliver Kendrick 


" 


96.00 


" 


June 


30, 1819 


John Knowlton 


" 


96.00 


" 


Sept. 


27, 1819 


Lathrop Knapp 


" 


96.00 


" 


July 


29, 1819 


William Knight 


" 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


30, 1819 


Oliver Laken 


" 


96.00 


<( 


Mar. 


23, 1819 


Daniel Lake 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Aug. 


2, 1819 


James Lamb 


" 


96.00 


" 


Oct. 


30, 1819 


William Lawrence 


" 


96.00 


" 




n 


Josiah Lewis 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Nov. 


18, 1819 


James Maxwell 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


June 


18, 1819 


Samuel Marshall 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


May 


24, 1819 


Issachar Mayo 


" 


96.00 


" 


June 


16, 1819 


Joel Miles 


" 


96.00 


'* 


July 


7, 1819 


Levi iMead 


Sergeant 


96.00 


" 


Oct. 


30, 1819 


Daniel Marsh 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Nov. 


18, 1819 


Eezaleel Mack 


" 


96.00 


N. Y. cont. line 


Nov. 


12, 1818 


Joseph Markham 


" 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


July 


20, 1819 


Isaac Morton 


Lieutenant 


240.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Mar. 


11, 1819 


Charles Mansfield 


Fifer 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Mar. 


23, 1819 


John Matthews 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 




" 


Timothy Metcalf 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Jan. 


15, 1820 


Josiah Moore 


" 


96.00 


" 


May 


19, 1820 


Abel Maynard 


" 


96.00 


" 


June 


10. 1824 


James Nash 


" 


96.00 


" 


Jan. 


20. 1S19 


John Poole 


" 


96.00 


" 


Oct. 


10, 1818 


Aaron Parks 


" 


96.00 


" 


Sept. 


7, 1819 


Jonathan Petts 


" 


96.00 


** 


Sept. 


6, 1819 


Amaziah Partridge 


" 


96.00 


" 


Oct. 


9, 1819 



KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



246 



County in the State of New Hampshire, Who Have Bun Inscribed on the 
Passed on the ISth of March, 1818. 



Commencement 
of pension 




Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 
the pension roll; and remarks. 



Apr. 

June 

May 

Apr. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Apr. 
May 

July 

Apr. 



25, 1818 

8, 1818 
15, 1819 

20, 1818 
1, 1828 

21, 1828 

11, 1818 

9, 1818 
23, 1819 

1, 1818 



May 
May 
Apr. 
July 


5, 

4, 

11, 

9, 


1820 
1820 
1820 
1819 


Oct. 


15, 


1819 


Nov. 


4, 


1819 


Apr. 
Mar. 


7, 
30, 


1818 
1818 


Apr. 
Apr. 


12, 
22, 


1818 
1818 


Oct. 


1, 


1819 


Oct. 


18, 


1819 



Apr. 15, 1818 
May 11, 1818 



Apr. 


7, 


1818 


May 


25, 


1818 


Apr. 


20, 


1818 


Oct. 


27, 


1819 


Dec. 


15, 


1819 


Jan. 


29, 


1824 


Apr. 


16, 


1818 


May 


6, 


1818 


May 


7, 


1818 


Jan. 


11, 


1819 



Sept. 8, 1819 



73 

68 



90 

76 



67 

68 
56 
69 

76 

61 
60 

87 
76 
70 
70 

61 
65 

72 

68 

62 
74 
71 
67 
69 
82 
70 
71 
60 
62 

62 



Dropped act May 1, 1820. Restored, commencing Decem- 
ber 24, 1828. Died Oct. 3, 1833. 
Died July 23, 1834. 

Dropped act May 1, 1820. Eeinstated July 17, 1821. 

Died July 23, 1832. 

Dropped act May 1, 1820. Eestored commencing- August 

12, 1823. 
Suspended act May 1, 1820. 

Dropped act May 1, 1820. Eestored commencing Janu- 
ary 8, 1830. 

Transferred from Orange county, Vermont, from March 
4, 1824. Died September 30, 1827. 

Died May 18, 1826. 



Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 

1820. Died February 16, 1830. 
Suspended act May 1,' 1820. 
Suspended act May 1, 1820. 



Reinstated July 17, 



Died October 19, 1819. 

Suspended act May 1, 1820. Restored, commencing April 
1, 1823. 

Suspended act May 1, 1820. 

Dropped act May 1, 1S20. Restored commencing Febru- 
ary 12, 1829. 

Suspended act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing May 
6, 1823. Died July 27, 1829. 

Suspended act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing- Feb- 
ruary 20, 1830. 

Died December, 1827. 

Died January 12, 1830. 

Died June 26, 1822. 

Suspended act May 1, 1820. 

Suspended act May 1, 1820. 



Suspended act May 1, 1820. 
Suspended act May 1, 1820. 
Suspended act May 1, 1820, 
Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 

May 19, 1828. 
Suspended act May 1, 1820. 



Restored, commencing 



246 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Stptement Slwivuig the Names, Ranl\ tC-r., of Persons Besiding in Cheshire 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 







Annual 




When 


placed 


Names 


Eank 


Allow- 


Description of ser\ice 




on 






ance 




pension roll 


Jonathan Parker, 2d 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Nov. 


27, 1819 


James Peters 


Drummer 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Nov. 


6, 1819 


David Perry 


Private 


96.00 


" 


June 


3, 1819 


Comfort Peters 


" 


96.00 


" 


July 


22, 1819 


John Pratt 


" 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


23, 1819 


Philemon Parker 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


May 


18, 1819 


Joel Eeed 


<( 


96.00 


" 


Jan. 


20, 1819 


Aaron Eoyce 


.< 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Mar. 


23, 1819 


Eichard Eichardson 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Jan. 


20, 1819 


James Eeed 


Serg-eant 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


23, 1819 


William Eitter 


Private 


96.00 


]\Iass. cont. line 




" 


Ambrose Eedfield 


a 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Apr. 


21, 1819 


David Eead 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


May 


25, 1819 


John Eo^ers 


" 


96.00 


" 


July 


20, 1819 


Joshua Eeed 


" 


96.00 


" 


July 


14, 1819 


Thomas Eugg- 


« 


96.00 


■• 


Jan. 


25, 1819 


Jonathan Eussell 


" 


96.00 


" 


July 


7, 1819 


Samuel Saunders 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Oct. 


10, 1818 


Stephen Scranton 


" 


96.00 


" 


Nov. 


12, 1818 


Daniel Spickett 


Trumpeter 


96.00 


Moylan's cont. Drag. 


Mar. 


23, 1819 


Benjamin Smith 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 




" 


Nathan Smith 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 




" 


Francis Smith 


Corporal 


96.00 


" 




« 


Ebenezer Stacey 


Private 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


25, 1819 


Jonathan Savvteil 




96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Mar. 


23, 1819 


Joseph Spaulding 


<< 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Sept. 


9, 1819 


Aaron Smith 


** 


96.00 


" 


June 


18, 1819 


Joseph Spaulding' 


" 


96.00 


" 


Sept. 


9, 1819 


Shubael Stone 


" 


96.00 


«' 


Nov. 


1, 1819 


Abner Stanford 


Corporal 


96.00 


" 


Dec. 


3, 1819 


David Stratton 


Private 


96.00 


" 




" 


Simon Stoddard 


" 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Jan. 


18, 1820 


Charles Scott 


" 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


May 


19, 1820 


Josiah Seward 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


May 


29, 1820 


Ezekiel Stone 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Sept. 


25, 1818 


Samuel Salter 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Apr. 


16, 182S 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



247 



Counhj in ilie State of New Hampsliire, ^Yho Have Been Inscribed on. ilie 
Passed on the ISth of March, 1S18. 



Commencement 


A orp^ 


Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 


of 


pension 


jn.^^a 


the pension roll; and remarks. 


Apr. 


22, 


1818 


64 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


^lay 


7, 


1818 




Died Oct. 6, 1825. From Mass. 


Apr. 


3, 


1818 


83 


From Columbia county, New York, from September 4,1826. 


Apr. 


18, 


1818 


71 


Transferred from Bradford co.. Pa., from March 4, 1832. 


May 


1, 


1818 


72 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 


Oct. 


1, 


1818 


80 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


13, 


1818 


73 


Suspended act Mav 1, 1820. Restored, commencing- April 
1, 1823. Died March 19, 1830. 


Apr. 


3, 


1818 


78 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. Reinstated March 16, 1821. 


Apr. 


23, 


1818 


58 


Died July 20, 1831. 


Apr. 


7, 


1818 


80 


Died May 23, 1827. 


June 


27, 


1818 


80 


Died March 1, 1817. 


May 


7, 


1818 


75 


Died May 30, 1829. 


Nov. 


16, 


1818 


71 


Died June 29, 1819. 


Apr. 


27, 


1818 


77 


Died June 4, 1827. 


Apr. 


17, 


1818 


61 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing April 
1, 1823. 


Apr. 


15, 


1818 


68 


Transferred from Essex county, Massachusetts, March 4, 

1820. 
Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored, commencing 


May 


16, 


1818 


75 










January 8, 1831. 


Apr. 


23, 


1818 


69 


Died September 27, 1820. 


Apr. 


30, 


1818 


73 


Died July 26, 1828. 


Apr. 


15, 


1818 


72 


Died January 4, 1823. 


Apr. 


11, 


1818 


73 




May 


2, 


1818 


68 




Apr. 


27, 


1818 


62 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. Reinstated, commencing De- 
cember 29, 1830. 


Apr. 


21, 


1818 


78 


Died May 31, 1832. 


May 


5, 


1818 


71 


Transferred to Mass. March 4, 1820. Retransferred from 
Worcester county, Mass., September 4, 1826. Died De- 
cember 29. 1830. 


June 


9, 


1818 


80 


Died February 18, 1829. 


Mar. 


16, 


1819 


65 


Suspended act May 1. 1820. Restored commencing Sep- 
tember 25, 1823.' Died June 19, 1824. 


June 


9, 


1818 


80 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. Reinstated Feb. 16, 1821. 
Died February 18, 1829. 


Apr. 


6, 


1819 


63 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


]\Iar. 


29, 


1819 


68 


Died May 27, 1821. 


Nov. 


19, 


1819 


70 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


May 


8, 


1819 


65 


" " 


May 


20, 


1818 


70 


Died November 3. 1827. 


Nov. 


10, 


1819 


68 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


1, 


1818 


75 


From Orange county, Vermont, from March 4. 1820. 


Dec. 


4, 


1828 


76 


From Franklin county-, Mass., from March 4, 1833. 



248 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Rank, &c., of Persons Residing in Cheshire 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 







Annual 




When 


placed 


Names 


Eank 


Allow- 


Description of service 




on 






ance 




pension roll 


Asa Thajer 


Private 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Jan. 


20, 1819 


Benjamin Tarbel 


Corporal 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 




" 


Consider Turner 


Private 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


23, 1819 


Xicanor Townsley 
Ebenezer Tufts 


(( 


96.00 
96.00 


'' 


July 
Jul'y 


20, 1819 
26, 1819 


John F. Tone 


» 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Sept. 


14, 1819 


Asa Travis 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


July 


21, 1823 


Zachariah Tufts 


i< 


96.00 


Virginia cont. line 


Sept. 


17, 1819 


Joseph Whitney 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Jan. 


20, 1819 


Abijah Wetherbee 


" 


96.00 


" 




" 


Aaron Willard 


(( 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


23, 1819 


Peter Wright 
Solomon White 


Sergeant 
Lieutenant 


96.00 
240.00 


" 


Jan. 
June 


20, 1819 
10, 1819 


Ithamar Wheelock 


Private 


96.00 


N. 11. cont. line 


June 


12, 1819 


Samuel Wellman 


" 


96.00 


(t 


July 


2, 1819 


Zebedee Whittemore 


" 


96.00 


" 


Sept. 


14, 1819 


Samuel Wilson 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Sept. 


27, 1819 


Artemas Witt 


» 


96.00 


" 


Oct. 


12, 1819 


Jesse Watts 


" 


96.00 


" 


July 


17, 1820 


Jcsiah Wright 
John White 


t( 


96.00 
96.00 


(( 


Sept. 
July 


15, 1820 
7, 1819 


Eseck Young 


" 


96.00 


E. I. cont. line 


Apr. 


21, 1819 


Eobert Young 


" 


96.00 


" 


Dec. 


1, 1819 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



249 



Countij in the State of New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the 18th of March, 181 S. 



Commencement 


Ages 


Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 


of 


pen 


sion 


the pension roll; and remarks. 


Apr. 


28, 


1818 


75 


Died January 9, 1828. 


Apr. 


13, 


1818 


72 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing May 
15, 1823. 


May 


13, 


1818 


65 




June 


3, 


1818 


69 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Aug. 


27, 


1818 


65 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing July 
13, 1826. Died Nov. 27, 1830. 


Apr. 


3, 


1818 


80 


Died July 6, 1830. 


June 


16, 


1823 


72 


Died February 20, 1825. 


May 


13, 


1818 


72 


Died March 15, 1828. 


Apr. 


25, 


1818 


64 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


27, 


1818 


71 




July 


3, 


1818 


82 


Dropped act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing January 
11, 1827. 


Apr. 


13, 


1818 


81 




Mar. 


17, 


1819 


66 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


June 


4, 


1818 


71 




Apr. 


13, 


1818 


71 


Died July 16, 1829. 


Dec. 


26, 


1818 




Died February 26, 1825. 


July 


3, 


1819 


66 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing May 

8, 1823. 


Sept. 


10, 


1819 


71 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


13, 


1818 


80 


Died June 23, 1830. 


June 


8, 


1818 


61 


Died October 20, 1818. 


May 


14, 


1818 


65 




May 


7, 


1818 


71 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 
May 22, 1823. 


May 


5, 


1818 


64 





250 



llEVOLUTIONAPvY DOCUMENTS 



Slatcment SliOLcing the Names, Eanl-, tfr., of Persons Eesiding in Grajion 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 







Annual 




When 


placed 


Names 


Rajjk 


Allow- 


Description of service 




on 






ance 




pension roll 


Josiah Allen 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


June 


30, 1818 


Libburn Andrews 


*' 


96.00 


" 


Oct. 


10, 1818 


John Atwell 


<< 


96.00 


" 




" 


Solomon Ames 


« 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


May 


1, 1819 


Beriah Abbott 


« 


96.00 


« 


June 


2, 1819 


William Alexander 


Drummer 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Oct. 


30, 1819 


John Allen 


Seaman 


96.00 


Continental navy 


Nov. 


27, 1819 


I'hineas Allen 


Private 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


July 


22, 1819 


Benjamin Abbot 


Drummer 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Jan. 


20, 1819 


James Bachelder 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Oct. 


1, 1818 


Jonathan Bachelder 


(( 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Oct. 


10, 1818 


William Burleigh 


« 


96.00 


" 


Apr. 


16, 1810 


Benjamin Bean 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


May 


1, 1819 


Jacob Brigg-s 


» 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


July 


21, 1819 


Joshua Bedell 


i< 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Sept. 


16, 1819 


William Bond 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Sept. 


7, 1819 


Michael Barstow 


" 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Sept. 


15, 1819 


Jacob Bixby 


" 


96.00 


" 


Nov. 


6, 1819 


Gordon Bailey 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


May 


19, 1820 


Nathaniel Briggs 


Midshipman 


96.00 


Continental navy 


Aug. 


2, 1820 


William Bowen 


Private 


96.00 


R. I. cont. line 




" 


Jerameel alias Jere- 












miah Bowers 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Aug. 


4, 1820 


Josiah Barton 


(1 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


July 


3, 1819 


Francis Brown 


(1 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


May 


4, 1822 


Jonathan Bixbj^ 


Corporal 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


July 


23, 1823 


Moses Barron 


Private 


96.00 


" 


Dec. 


4, 1824 


Richard Boj^nton 


<< 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Nov. 


8, 1827 


Nathaniel Bugbee 


«« 


96.00 


" 


May 


15, 1818 


Jonathan Bosworth 


(( 


96.00 


" 


Dec. 


24. 1830 


Isaac Palmer Curtis 


" 


96.00 


it 


Apr. 


23, 1821 


Solomon Cole 


" 


96.00 


" 


Oct. 


1, 1818 


John Cooley 


Corporal 


96.00 


>« 


Mar. 


5, 1S19 


Aaron Cooley 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Mar. 


18, 1819 


Thomas Currier 


.. 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Mar. 


11, 1819 


Peter Carlton 


<( 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Mar. 


18, 1819 


Ebenezer Cajjen 


" 


9(1.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Apr. 


17, 1819 


John Colcord 


Lieutenant 


240.00 


" 


June 


30, 1819 



REVOLUTIONAIIY DOCUMENTS 



251 



Count ji in the State of New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the ISth of March, ISIS. 



Commencement 
of pension 



Agres 



Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 
the pension roll; and remarks. 



Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 

Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
May 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 

May 

May 



10, 1818 

13, 1818 

30, 1818 

13, 1818 

20, 1818 

16, 1818 

2, 1819 

S, 1818 

25, 1818 

9, 1818 

29, 1818 

5, 1818 

25, 1818 



Apr. 


15, 


1818 


Apr. 


9, 


1818 


Oct. 


23, 


1818 


June 


4, 


1819 


Oct. 


20, 


1819 


Dec. 


22, 


1819 


Apr. 


27, 


1818 


July 


20, 


1819 


May 


1, 


1818 


Apr. 


7, 


1818 


June 


8, 


1818 


May 


29, 


1823 


June 


9, 


1824 


Oct. 


2, 


1827 


Apr. 


4, 


1818 


Dec. 


23, 


1830 


Apr. 


20, 


1819 


Apr. 


10, 


1818 


Apr. 


27, 


1818 


Apr. 


9, 


1818 


Apr. 


10, 


1818 


Apr. 


9, 


1818 



May 13, 1819 



64 
74 
59 
69 

68 
78 
78 

68 
81 
73 

71 

71 



84 
76 

63 

68 
86 
76 

70 

82 

86 
81 
79 
81 
74 
78 
70 
76 
90 
90 

71 
87 
70 
75 



Died February 3, 1831. 

Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Eestored commencing- 

April 4, 1823. 
Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 



Transferred from New York from September 4, 1828. 
Transferred from Windsor county, Vt., Sept. 4, 1829. 

Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Eestored, commencing 

February 3, 1829. 
Dropped under act May ], 1820. Eestored commencing- 

August 19, 1823. 
Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Eestored commencing 

May 28, 1823. 

Died January 30, 1825. 

Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 

Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Eestored commencing 

May 28, 1823. 
Suspended act May 1, 1820. . 
Died January 30, 1823. 



Transferred from Suffolk county, Mass., from March 4, 

1820. 
Died January 1, 1825. 
Died February 12, 1834. 



Transferred from Vermont, from September 4, 1830. 



Died March 6, 1823. 

Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Eestored commencing 
April 1, 1823. 

Died April 29, 1828. 

Dropped under act May 1, 1820. ' 



252 



BEVOLUTIONABY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Ranh, d-c., of Persons Residing in Graftan 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 



Names 



Jonathan Clark, 2d 
John Culver 

Nathaniel Carpenter 
Solomon Conant 
Jonathan Cooper 
David Choate 
Jesse Carleton 
Peter Chandler 
Samuel Dale 
Brewer Dodge 
Elkanah Danforth 
David Davis 
William Elliot 
Obadiah Eastman 
Ebenezer Eastman 

John Emmons 
Hezekiah Ford 
Daniel Freeman 
Silas Fox 
Jonathan Ferrin 
Levi Flanders 
Ezra Foster 
Jonathan Foster 
Ezekiel Fellows 
Joseph French 
Lemuel Fuller 
Richard Foster 
Ezra Gates 
Jeremiah Gillet 
Nathan Hoit 

Richard Hughes 
Philip Hunt 
George Hubbard 
John Hazelton 
Robert Hoit 
Samuel Heath 
William Hazeltine 
Timothy Hibbard 
Amos Heard 

Ephraim Ham 
Daniel Heath 



Rank 



Annual 
Allow- 
ance 



Description of service 



WTien placed 

on 

pension roll 



Private 



II 


96.00 


Sergeant 


96.00 


Private 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


«' 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


Sergeant 


96.00 


Private 


96.00 


Corporal 


96.00 


Private 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


'. 


96.00 


it 


96.00 



96.00 j N. H. cont. line 
96.00 Conn. cont. line 



N. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 

N. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 

Mass. cont. line 
Conn. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 



Conn. cont. line 

N. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 



N. H. cont. line 

Conn. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 
Conn. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 



Conn. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 

N. H. cont. line 
Conn. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 

N. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 



Sept. 


21, 


1S19 


Jan. 


15, 


1820 


July 


18, 


1820 


Oct. 


31, 


1825 


July 


10, 


1821 


Dec. 


22, 


1830 


Oct. 


9 


1818 


Mar. 


5, 


1819 


June 


30, 


1819 


Sept. 


16, 


1819 


May 


18, 


1820 


Jan. 


20, 


1830 


Oct. 


10, 


1818 


Mar. 


18, 


1819 


May 


19, 


1820 


May 


1, 


1819 


July 


27, 


1819 


Sept 


6, 


1819 


Sept. 


8, 


1819 


Sept. 


17, 


1819 


Oct. 


5, 


1819 


Jan. 


20, 


1820 


June 


22, 


1820 


Aug. 


12, 


1820 


Mar. 


12, 


1830 


Oct. 


1, 


1818 


Oct. 


10, 


1818 


Oct. 


1, 


1818 


Oct. 


2, 


1818 


Oct. 


6, 


1818 


Oct. 


10, 


1818 


Oct. 


13, 


1818 


Feb. 


3, 


1819 


Mar. 


18, 


1819 


Apr. 


17, 


1819 


Apr 


19, 


1819 


May 


28, 


1819 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



253 



County in the State of New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscrihed on the 
Passed on the 18th of March, 18 IS. 



Commencement 
of pension 




July 
Nov. 

Apr. 

Oct. 

Apr. 

Dec. 

Apr. 

J^ray 

May 

June 

Mar. 

Jan. 

May 

Apr. 



Nov. 
IMay 
Apr. 
June 
June 
Apr. 
Apr. 
May 
Dec. 
Apr. 
June 
Mar. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 

Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
May 
May 
Mar. 
Apr. 
June 



7, 1819 

24, 1819 

25, 1818 
5, 1825 

10, 1818 

21, 1830 

9, 1818 

1, 1818 

12, 1819 

5, 1818 

30, 1818 

5, 1830 

1, 1818 

9, 1818 



Apr. 11 
May 5 



1818 
1818 
1818 
1819 
1818 
1818 
1818 
1818 
1819 
1818 
1828 
1830 
1818 
1818 
1818 

1818 
1818 
1818 
1818 
1818 
1818 
1818 
1818 
1818 

1818 
1818 



68 
70 



70 
74 



66 
69 



82 



72 



81- 

63 

68 

76 

77 

99 

78 

82 

80 

76 

69 



80 
73 



80 
73 
74 
73 

68 
64 



Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 
the pension roll; and remarks. 



Suspended act May 1, 1820. 

Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commeucin"- 

February 28, 1827. 
Died October 15, 1825. 
No payment made. 
Transferred from Orang-e county-, Vt., from March 4, 1826. 

Died Aug-ust 1, 1827. 
Died July 14, 1819. 
Suspended act May 1, 1820. 
Died December 29, 1828. 
Suspended act May 1, 1820. 



Dropped under act May 1. 1820. Restored commencinc 
March 31, 1823. Died May 31, 1828. 



Died October 13, 1819. 

Suspended act May 1, 1820. 
Suspended act May 1, 1820. 



Died October 1, 1833. 

Died January 14, 1823. 

Dropped act May 1, 1820. Restored commeneino- :Mav 
28, 1823. 

Died December 28, 1827. 



Died June 12, 1833. 
Died January 28, 1827. 

Suspended act Ma^- 1, 1820. Continued commencing Feb- 
ruary 4. 1829. 
Suspended act May 1, 1820. 
Dropped act May i, 1820. 



254 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement SJtowiiig the Names, Eanl-, d-c, of Persons Residing in Grafton 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 



Names 



Rank 



Annual 
Allow- 
ance 



Description of service 



When placed 

on 
pension roll 



Joseph Herriclc 

Thomas Hodge 

Richard Hazeltine 
Zebulon Hunt 
Eleazer Haywood 
Reuben Hoit 
Simeon Haines 
John Hackett 
Benjamin Hayward, 2d 
Joseph Homan 

Luther Ingalls 

Nathan Judd 
Samuel Jameson 
Joseph Johnson 
Samuel Johnson 

Joseph Johnson, 2d 
Moses Knight 
Stephen Keyes 
Joshua Kendall 
Daniel Kimball 
Thomas Kemp 
Ezekiel Keyes 
Luke Libby 
Asa Lowe 
Jacob Lowe 
Silas Leach 
Jonas Lewis 
Daniel Lary 
William Longfellow 
Isaac Morey 
Robert Mason 
Benjamin Morey 
Clement Moody 
Edward Marden 
Ebenezer Messer 
James Miichemore 
Phineas Merrill 

Hugh Matthews 
Moses Moore 



Private 



Lieutenant 
Private 



Lieutenant 
Private 



96.00 



N. H. cont. line 



96.00 Conn. cont. line 



96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 

96.00 

96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 

96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 

240.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 

240.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 

96.00 
96.00 



Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 



Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 



Conn. cont. line 



Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 

Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 

Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 
Penn. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 

Mass. cont. line 



N. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 

N. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 

N. H. cont. line 



June 7, 1819 
July 20, 1819 



July 


31, 


1819 


Septi. 


16, 


1819 


Oct. 


29, 


1819 


Nov. 


26, 


1S19 


Feb. 


14, 


1820 


June 


9, 


1820 


Sept. 


16, 


1819 


Mar. 


18, 


1819 


Aug. 


14, 


1818 


Mar. 


18, 


1819 


Mar. 


19, 


1819 


May 


23, 


1S20 


Aug. 


14, 


1818 


Oct. 


1, 


1818 


Jan. 


1, 


1819 


Apr. 


17, 


1819 


June 


3, 


1819 


July 


7, 


1819 


May 


19, 


1820 


Sept. 


29, 


1818 


May 


1, 


1819 


May 


27, 


1819 


July 


20, 


1819 


Nov. 


15, 


1820 


Apr. 


30, 


1819 


June 


30, 


1818 


Sept. 


29, 


1818 


Oct. 


10, 


1818 


Mar. 


18, 


1819 


May 


]. 


1819 


May 


19, 


1819 


June 


29, 


1819 


July 


20, 


1819 


May 


2, 


1819 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



255 



Count !/ in the State of New Hampshire, \Vlio Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the 18th of March, 1818. 



Commencement 


Ages 


Laws under vi^hich they were formerly inscribed on 


of 


pension 




the pension roll; and remarks. 


Jan. 


7, 


1819 


79 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Continued commencing- 
Nov. 21, 1825. 


Apr. 


15, 


1819 


74 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing- 
April 1, 1823. 


Apr. 


20, 


1819 


68 




Apr. 


9, 


1818 


72 




Apr. 


8, 


1818 


78 




Sept. 


28, 


1819 


61 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


9, 


1818 


76 




Nov. 


4, 


1819 


72 




Apr. 


9, 


1818 


70 




May 


16, 


1818 


69 
75 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Continued commenc- 
ing- August 5, 1826. Died February 2, 1830. 

Dropped act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing- May 
27, 1823. 


Mar. 


31, 


1818 


69 


Died May 4, 1825. 


Apr. 


10, 


1818 


70 




Apr. 


15, 


1818 


79 


Dropped act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing Octo- 
ber 11, 1826. 


July 


21, 


1818 


73 




Apr. 


1^, 


1818 


60 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


3, 


1818 


80 




Apr. 


9, 


1818 


70 




Apr. 


8, 


1818 


69 




Sept. 


23, 


1818 


81 


Died May 25, 1825. 


Nov. 


20, 


1819 


82 




Apr. 


3, 


1818 


75 




May 


16, 


1818 


76 




Apr. 


27, 


1818 


73 


Died April 19, 1830. 


Apr. 


21, 


1818 


75 




June 


18, 


1819 


70 


Died August 8, 1833. 


Oct. 


18, 


1819 


68 


Died May 13, 1827. 


Apr. 


20, 


1818 


83 




Mar. 


30, 


1818 


61 


Died October 17, 1830. 


Apr. 


20, 


1818 


70 




Apr. 


3, 


1818 


68 


Died November 6, 1822. 


Mar. 


30, 


1818 


87 




Apr. 


9, 


1818 


75 

88 


Died June 2, 1831. 


Apr. 


6, 


1818 


69 




May 


16, 


1818 


75 


Dropped act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing Feb- 
ruary 18, 1828. 


June 


17, 


1S19 


74 




Apr. 


9, 


1818 


64 





256 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Shoiciiig the Names, BanJc, d-c, of Persons Residing in Graftmi 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 



Names 



Rank 



Annual 
Allow- 
ance 



Description of service 



When 


placed 


on 




pension roll 


Sept. 


15, 


1819 


May 


17, 


1820 


May- 


22, 


1820 


July 


23, 


1819 


Aug. 


7, 


1819 


Jan. 


23, 


1822 


Apr. 


6, 


1831 


Feb. 


11, 


1819 


Sept. 


23, 


1818 


Oct. 


1, 


1818 


Oct. 


7, 


1818 


Oct. 


10, 


1818 


Feb. 


3, 


1819 


Mar. 


18, 


1819 


Sept. 


7, 


1819 


Oct. 


30, 


1819 


Oct. 


26, 


1819 


Nov. 


27, 


1819 


Jan. 


11, 


1819 


Nov. 


12, 


1S18 


Oct. 


6, 


1818 


May 


1, 


1819 


June 


18, 


1819 


Dec. 


8, 


1818 


Dec. 


15, 


1818 


Mar. 


18, 


1819 


Aug. 


1, 


1819 


Sept. 


27, 


1819 


May 


11, 


1820 


May 


18, 


1820 


Nov. 


27 


1819 


Oct. 


1 


1818 


Oct. 


2 


1818 



Saunders Mc^NIiirphy 
Stephen Morse 
John Morrill 
Benjamin Morrison 
Peter Mayhew 

Josiah Newhall 
Samuel Nowell 
Richard Otis 
Benjamin Powell 

William Preston 
Alexander Pixley 
Abner Poland 
William Parsons 
Samuel Pierce 
Matthew Pack 
Joseph Pinned 

Samuel Parker 
Dan Parker 
David Pratt 

Jonathan Perkins 



Zachariah Quimby 
Benjamin Quint 
Thomas Quint 
Robert Randall 
Samuel Richardson 
John Rowen 
Paul Robbins 
James Ramsey 
Eliphalet Richardson 
Enoch Richardson 
John Roberts 

Enoch Rowell 

Henr.y Sullenheim 
Elijah Smart 
Moses Smart 
James Simonds 



Private 



Sergeant 
Private 



Mariner 
Lieutenant 



Private 

Mariner 

Private 



96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 

96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 

96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 



60.00 

78.00 

240.00 

96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 

96.00 



N. H. cont. line 
Conn. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 

Mass. cont. line 

Conn. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 



Mass. cont. line 



N. H. cont. line 
Conn. cont. line 



96.00 Mass. cont. line 

96.00 

96.00 Navy^ continental 



N. H. cont. line 



N. H. cont. line 
Continental navy 
N. H. cont. line 
Virginia cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 

^fass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 
]\rass. cont. line 



N. H. cont. line 



96.00 

96.00 

96.00 I 

96.00 >rass. cont. line 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



25^ 



County in the State of Neiv Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on tin 
Passed on the ISth of March, 1818. 



Commencement 








. 


Ages 


of 


pension 




:Nray 


8, 


1819 


74 


Jan. 


27, 


1819 


75 


Jan. 


10, 


1820 


.85 


Apr. 


8, 


1818 


68 


Aug. 


4, 


1818 


80 


May 


4, 


1818 


79 


Mar. 


4, 


1830 


76 


Apr. 


6, 


1818 


89 


Apr. 


17, 


1818 


70 


Apr. 


21, 


1818 


85 


Apr. 


8, 


1818 


84 


June 


3, 


1818 


57 


May 


7, 


1818 


68 


Apr. 


9, 


1818 


84 


Apr. 


27, 


1818 


71 


Apr. 


21, 


1818 


68 


Apr. 


9, 


1818 


68 


Aug-. 


31, 


1818 


80 


Nov. 


2 


1818 


70 


May 


3, 


1809 




Apr. 


24, 


1816 




Mar. 


27, 


1818 


80 


Apr. 


8, 


1818 


64 


Apr. 


6, 


1818 


70 


Apr. 


24, 


1819 


77 


May 


2, 


1818 


87 


Apr. 


22, 


1818 


58 


Apr. 


8, 


1818 


76 


Apr. 


9, 


1818 


69 


Apr. 


17, 


1818 


68 


July 


13, 


1819 


80 


Apr. 


8, 


1818 


66 


July 


31, 


1819 


80 


May 


2 


1818 


72 


Apr. 


28, 


1818 


94 


Apr. 


27, 


1818 


75 


Apr. 


21, 


1818 


81 


Apr. 


14, 


1818 


72 



Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 
the pension roll; and remarks. 



Transferred from Oxford county, Maine, March 4, 1S20. 
From Jefferson county, New York, from September 4 

1819. 
Died May 15, 1827. 

Transferred from Windham county, Vermont. 
Suspended act May 1, 1820. Restored commenciiiQ- J^fav 
27, 1823. 



Suspended act May 1, 1820. 

Died May 15. 1826. 
Suspended act May 1, 1820. 

Suspended under act :\Iay 1, 1S20. Restored commenc- 
ing November 18, 1823. 



Suspended act May 1, 1820. Continued commencing De- 
cember 10, 1827. 

April 27, 1810. Invalid pension. 

Increased by act April 21, 1816. 

Relinquished for the benefit of act March 18, 1818. Died 
August 11, 1824. 

Died August 27, 1823. 

Suspended act May 1, 1820. Reinstated October 19, 1821. 
Died May 24, 1823. 



Suspended act May 1, 1820. Reinstated July 19, 1821. 

Died October 3. 1831. 

Suspended act May 1, 1820. 

Suspended act May 1, 1820. Continued commencing 

INIarch 2, 1827. Died March 2, 1829. 
Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 

March 4, 1830. 



258 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Xames, Banlc, dr., of Persons Residing in Grafton 

Pension List under the 'Act of Congress 



Names 



Eank 



Annua 1 
Allow 
ance 



Description of service 



"VYlien, placed 

on 
pension roll 



Zebediali Silver 
Stockman Swett 
Samuel Simonds 
Oliver Saw3'er 
Theophilus Sanborn 
Moses Sleeper 
Josiah Stephens 
John Straw 
Benjamin Smith, 2d 
Simeon Stephens 
Stephen Smith 

Joel Stewart 
Nathaniel Simnnds 
Zebnlon Sinclair 
Moses Straw 

Richard Sanborn 
Nathaniel Scarritt 
William Simonds 
Ebenezer Stowell 
Joseph Stephens 
Tliomas Smith 

Solomon Smith 
Reuben Sanborn 
Isaac Smith 
Jacob Tilton 
Moses Thomas 
Samuel Trickey 
?]dward Taylor 
Philip Tabor 
James Trowbridge 



David Wright 
Thomas Welsh 
Seth Waterman 
Robert Williams 

Nathaniel AYliitcomb 
Eli Washburne 
Benjamin Whitcomb 
Benjamin Winter 



Private 



Sergeant 
<( 

<t 

Private 

Mariner 

Private 

Major 
Private 



96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 

96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 

96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 

96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
40.00 
64.00 
96.00 

96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 

96.00 

96.00 

240.00 

96.00 



Mass. 

Conn. 

Mass. 
X. H. 

]\rass. 
N. H. 



cont. line 
cont. line 

cont. line 
cont. line 

cont. line 
cont. line 



Mass. cont. line 



N. H. cont. line 



Conn. cont. line 
X. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 
X. H. cont. line 
^lass. cont. line 



X. H. cont. line 



Mass. cont. line 



X. H. cont. line 

!Mass. cont. line 
Xavy 

X. H. cont. line 
Conn. cont. line 
X. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 



Oct. 10, ISIS 



Oct. 20, 181S 

Feb. 3, 1819 

Mar. 13, 1819 

Apr. 19, 1819 

May 20, 1819 

June 16, 1S18 

July 20, 1819 

June 30, 1819 

Aug. 2, 1819 

Sept. 14, 1819 

Xov. 6, 1819 



May 18, 1820 

May 19, 1820 

Aug. 2, 1820 

Apr. 24, 1823 

Jan. 20, 1819 



Mar. 3, 1832 

June 12, 1828 

Mar. 18, 1819 

Oct. 6, 1818 

Mar. 16, 1819 

Apr. 16, 1819 

Apr. 17, 1819 

Mar. 8, 1830 



Oct. 10, 1818 
Sept. 29, ISIS 



Oct. 


9 


1818 


Oct. 


10, 


ISIS 


Dec. 


13, 


181S 


Mar. 


23, 


1819 


Mar. 


29, 


1810 


Apr. 


IT. 


1819 


Apr. 


9, 


1S19 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



259 



Coiuili/ in the Slaie of New Ilampsliire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the ISih of March, ISIS. 



Commencement 


Ages 


of 


pension 




Apr. 


15 


1S18 


70 


Apr. 


20 


181S 


70 


Apr. 


9 


1818 


71 


Apr. 


7 


1818 


60 


]\tav 


2 


1818 




Apr. 


7 


1818 


75 


Apr. 


20 


1818 


72 


Apr. 


30 


1818 


68 


A pi*. 


11 


1818 


75 
69 


Apr. 


21 


1818 


76 


May 


15 


1819 


70 


:MaV 


22 


1818 


62 


ilav 


25 


1818 


77 


Mar. 


27 


1819 


SO 


Oct. 


2G 


1819 


69 


Dec. 


4 


1819 


65 


Apr. 


30 


1818 


73 


May 


20 


1818 


80 


Mar. 


1 


1823 


68 


Apr. 


13 


1818 


74 


Feb. 


14 


1832 


80 


Aug-. 


10 


1827 


74 


Apr. 


19 


1818 


81 


Apr. 


8 


1818 


69 


Apr. 


16 


1818 


68 


Apr. 


1 


1818 


80 


Apr. 


13 


1818 


68 


]Vrar. 


8 


1830 




Feb. 


5 


1810 




Apr. 


24 


1816 


71 


May 


18 


1818 




Apr. 


20 


1818 


75 


Apr. 


24 


1818 


81 


Apr. 


3 


1818 


93 


May 


1 


1818 


71 


June 


25 


1818 


81 


Apr. 


21, 


1818 


76 


June 


23 


1818 


71 


Apr. 


8 


1818 


78 



Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 
the pension roll; and remarks. 



Died September 30, 1821. 

Dropped act May 1, 1820. Reinstated February 8, 1S22. 
Died Auo-nst 28, 1826. 



Died :May 20, 1827. 
Suspended act Ma3' 1, 1820. 



Suspended act May 1. 1820. Continued commencing- Jan- 
uary 19, 1828. Died January 8, 1830. 
Suspended act May 1, 1820. 
Died January 29, 1827. 

Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Continued commencing 

February 24, 1824. 
Suspended" act Maj^ 1, 1820. 
Suspended act :May 1, 1820. 



Transferred from Oxford county, Maine, from Septem- 
ber 4, 1826. Died June 2, 1827. 

Died June 2, 1828. 
Died April 15, 1819. 
Suspended act May, 1820. 
Died July 27, 1833! 



March 3. 1811. Invalid pension. 
Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Relinquished for the benefit of act March 18, 1818. Died 
July 28, 1832. 



Dropped act 'Siay 1, 1820. Reinstated September 12, 1821. 

Died May 14, 1823. 
Died July 10, 1828. 

Died July 22, 1S2S, 



260 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Banl-, tCc, of Persons Residing in Grafton 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 









Annual 






When 


placed 


'Names 


Eank 


AUovF- 


Description 


of service 




'>n 






ance 






pension roll 


Simon Ward 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. 


line 


May 


27, 1819 


Jonas Whiting" 


" 


9G.0O 


Mass. cont. 


line 


June 


15, 1819 


Thomas Watson 


" 


9G.00 


N. H. cont. 


line 


June 


17, 1819 


Samnel W^illiams 


Sergeant 


96.00 


Mass. cont. 


line 


June 


30, 1819 


Jeremiah Woodman 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. 


line 


Apr. 


8, 1819 


James Woodbury 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. 


line 


Sept. 


6, 1819 


Joseph Wheat 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. 


line 


Sept. 


21, 1819 


James Williams 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. 


line 




" 


Ebenezer Wise 


" 


96.00 


" 




Nov. 


16, 1819 


Daniel Willis 


" 


96.00 


Conn. cont. 


line 




" 


James H. Woodbury 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. 


line 


May 


19, 1820 


Paul Whitcomb 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. 


line 




" 


Learned Walker 




96.00 






Sept. 


15, 1820 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



261 



Coimt;/ in (lie Slale of New llampsliirc, Vilw Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the 18th of March, 1818. 



Commencement 
of pension 



Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 
the pension roll; and remarks. 



Apr. 


3, 1818 


72 




Apr. 


27, 1818 


65 


Dropped act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


8, 1818 


69 




May 


12, 1819 


81 


Died July 7, 1824. 


Apr. 


21, 1818 


76 




Apr. 


S, 1818 


78 




July 


3, 1819 


60 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


May 


28, 1819 


59 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Mav 


1, 1818 


74 


Died February 4, 1825. 


Apr. 


28, 1819 


70 


Died March 3, 1824. 


Oct. 


28, 1818 


76 




Apr. 


16, 1818 


74 




Aj)r. 


9, ISIS 


76 





262 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Slatemeiit Showing the Names, lUoil-, cfr., of Persons Residing in II illsho rough 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 







Annual 




When 


placed 


Names 


Eank 


Allow- 


Description of service 




on 






ance 




pension roll 


Benjamin Allds 


Private 


9f3.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Mar. 


23, 1S19 


William Abbott 


" 


96.00 


" 




" 


reter Abbott 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Mav 


26, 1819 


Samuel Aiken 


" 


96.00 


" 


Sept. 


15, 1819 


David Abbot 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Oct. 


30, 1819 


Joel Adams 


" 


96.00 


'* 


Nov. 


27, 1819 


Joses Bucknam 


" 


96.00 


a 


June 


30, 1818 


Thomas Blood 


<( 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Sept. 


30, 1818 


William Burrows, 2d 


<( 


96.00 


" 


May 


19, 1820 


William Burrows 


" 


96.00 


" 


May 


16, 1819 


Stejihen Bohonon 


" 


96.00 


" 


May 


18, 1819 


William Blair 


" 


96.00 


<( 




" 


Daniel Buswell 


" 


96.00 


" 




It 


Isaac Blanchard 


«. 


96.00 


" 




" 


Nathaniel Bootman 


" 


96.00 


" 




" 


William Brown 


" 


96.00 


" 


:Mav 


19, 1S19 


Joseph Burke 


Sergeant 


96.00 


" 


MaV 


21. 1819 


Joshua Burnham 


Private 


96.00 


" 


]Mav 


24, 1819 


Animi Burnham 


" 


96.00 


INIass. cont. line 


Sept. 


29, 1819 


Closes Brewer 


Captain 


240.00 


" 


Oct. 


12, 1819 


Benjamin Baker 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Nov. 


6, 1819 


Israel Bryant 


" 


96.00 


E. I. cont. line 


Dec. 


1, 1819 


Ebenezer Bill 


<( 


96.00 


" 


Nov. 


29, 1819 


Peter Barker 


" 


96.00 


^lass. cont. line 


Sept. 


17, 1820 


Archelaus Batchelder 


Sergeant 


30.00 
48.00 


" 






.< 


Lieutenant 


240.00 


«' 


Jan. 


16, 1819 


Daniel Cobb 


" 


240.00 


" 


June 


30, 1818 


Samuel Curtis 


Surgeon 


240.00 


Navy 


Dec. 


2, 1818 


John Chadwick 


Sergeant 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Dec. 


11, 1818 


James Caldwell 


Private 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


5, 1819 


Meletiah Cobb 


Sergeant 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Apr. 


13, 1819 


Daniel Campbell 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 




*' 


Samuel Caldwell 


" 


96.00 


" 


Apr. 


22, 1819 


Jonathan Conant 


<< 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Apr. 


24, 1819 


William Cutter 


" 


96.00 


" 




" 


Samuel Cudworth 


« 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


June 


1.-., 1819 


James Carr 


« 


96.00 


<( 


July 


23. 1819 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



263 



County in the State of New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the ISth of March, 18 IS. 



Commencement 
of pension 


Ages 


Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 
the pension roll; and remarks. 


Apr. 


9, 


1S18 


74 


Died November 4, 1824. 


Mar. 


30, 


1818 


74 




Dec. 


12, 


1818 


81 




Apr. 


7, 


1818 


72 


Died August 25, 1828. From Vermont. 


Sept. 


21, 


1819 


06 


Dropped act May, 1820. Reinstated July 15, 1822. 


May 


12, 


1818 


65 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 
March 24, 1824. Died January 17, 1828. 


Apr. 




ISIS 


72 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 
February 19, 1828. 


Apr. 


11, 


1818 


64 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 
May 8, 1823. 


Dee. 


12, 


1819 


68 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


8, 


1819 


97 




Apr. 


23, 


1819 


68 


Died January 26, 1831. 


Apr. 


9, 


1819 


73 




ilar. 


30, 


1819 


67 


Dropped under act May, 1820. Reinstated December 27, 
1832. 


Apr, 


3, 


1819 


63 


Died April 26, 1826. 


Apr. 


13, 


1819 




Suspended act May, 1820. 


Mar. 


31, 


1819 


82 


Died February 12, 1825. 


Apr. 


11, 


1819 


72 


Died May 7, i829. 


July 


6, 


1819 


65 




June 


12, 


1819 


60 


Dropped act May, 1820. 


May 


7, 


1819 


70 


Suspended under act May, 1820. 


Sept. 


25, 


1819 


60 


Died February 25, 1820. 


May 


8, 


1818 


71 


Died July 14,"^ 1825.. 


Mar. 


31, 


1818 


64 




Oct. 


17, 


1818 


70 


Transferred from Middlesex county, Massachusetts, 
from April 10, 1827. 


Sept. 


4, 


1794 




April 20, 1796. Invalid pension. 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 




Increased to this rate by act April 24, 1816. Relinquished 
for beneiits of act March 18, 1818. 


Mar. 


31, 


1S18 


80 


Died December 18, 1823. 


Apr. 


4, 


1818 


81 


Suspended under act May, 1820. 


Apr. 


11, 


1818 


74 


Died March 31, 1822. 


May 


1, 


1818 




Died January 15, 1824. 


June 


20, 


1818 


83 


Died December 25, 1824. 


Apr. 


7, 


1818 






Apr. 


13, 


1818 


73 


Suspended act May, 1820. 


Apr. 


4, 


1818 


75 




June 


2, 


1818 


73 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


20, 


1818 


82 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 


Mar. 


30, 


1819 


74 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Continued commenc- 
ing April 13, 1832. 


Apr. 


1, 


1818 


81 





261 



KEVOLUTtONAKY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Shoiring the Names, Eaid-, cir., of Pcrsfms Besiding in II illsho rough 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 







Annual 




When 


placed 


Names 


Rank 


Allow- 


Description of service 




on 






ance 




pension roll 


Thomas Cutter 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Aug. 


2, 1819 


Joseph Cheney 


" 


96.00 


" 


July 


26, 1819 


Abraham Currier 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


July 


12, 1819 


Stephen Colby 


" 


96.00 


" 




" 


Joseph Chadwick 


" 


96.00 


" 


July 


13, 1819 


James Colby 


" 


96.00 


" 


Sept. 


7, 1819 


Stephen Curtis 


" 


96.00 


" 


Sept. 


27, 1819 


Eobert Campbell 


Ord. Sergt. 


96.00 


" 


Oct. 


12, 1819 


Eliphalet Cole 


Private 


96.00 


" 


Oct 


5, 1819 


Michael Carter 


^Marine 


96.00 


Navy 


Nov. 


29, 1819 


Jonathan Cilley 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Dec. 


3, 1819 


Joseph Crosby 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Mar. 


17, 1820 


Lemuel Curtis 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


May 


26, 1820 


Stephen Conroy 


" 


96.00 


" 


Oct. 


15, 1819 


Phineas Douglass 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


June 


30, 1818 


William Dickey 


Sergeant 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 




" 


Simon Dodge 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 




" 


Abraham Davis 


" 


96.00 


" 




" 


William Dimond 


" 


96.00 


" 


Jan. 


18, 1819 


Robert Dodge 


Sergeant 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


5, 1819 


John Dutton 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


May 


19, 1819 


Trueworthy Dudley 


(( 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


.May 


21. 1891 


David Dascomb 


" 


96.00 


.4 


Aug. 


23, 1819 


John Davis 


" 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


July 


12, 1819 


Jonathan Edes 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


May 


31. 1820 


Peter Farnum 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


June 


30, 1818 


John Farrier 


" 


96.00 


" 


Jan. 


18, 1819 


Israel Farnum 


" 


96.00 


" 


June 


9, 1819 


Nathaniel Flint 


" 


96.00 


" 


Aug. 


2, 1819 


David Farmer 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


July 


13, 1819 


Otfin French 


" 


96.00 


" 




" 


Benjamin Fifield 


" 


96.00 


" 


July 


12. 1819 


Joseph Fellows 


" 


96.00 


" 


Nov. 


16, 1819 


Jabez Felch 


" 


96.00 


" 




*' 


Harbour Farnsworth 


" 


96.00 


^lass. cont. line 


Nov. 


29, 1819 


David Fisk 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Apr. 


10. 1820 


John Fann 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Oct. 


10, 1818 


Jeremiah Griffin 


" 


96.00 


" 


Oct. 


7, 1818 


John A. Goss 


" 


96.00 


" 


May 


IS, 1819 


Ephraim Goss 


" 


96.00 


" 


May 


19, 1819 


Charles Greenfield 


" 


96.00 


" 


May 


21, 1819 


Nathan Greenleaf 


" 


96.00 


" 




" 


John George 


" 


96.00 


" 


^lay 


24, 1839 



REVOI,UTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



265 



County in the State of New Ilnmpsliire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the 18th of March, IS 18. 



Commencement 
of pension 




Laws under which they were fonnerly inscribed on 
the pension roll; and remarks. 



]\Iay 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 



4, 1818 

10, ISIS 
7, ISIS 

11, 1818 
30, 1818 

1, 1818 
June 18, 1819 
Apr. 1, 1818 



Mar. 
May 
Mar. 
July 
Apr. 



Apr. 
Ajjr. 
Apr. 
June 
Mar. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 

Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
May 
Apr. 
Apr. 
May 
Oct. 

Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
May 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
!Mar. 
Apr. 



31, 1818 

1, 181S 

31, 1818 

6, 1S19 

1, 1818 



1818 
1818 
1818 
ISIS 
181S 
ISIS 
1818 
1818 
1818 
1818 

1818 
1818 
1818 
1818 
1818 
1818 
1818 
1818 

ISIS 
1818 
ISIS 
•1818 
1818 
1818 
1818 
1818 
1818 



84 
73 
73 
84 
74 
81 
67 
64 
67 
70 
74 
71 

69 
62 
S3 
80 
65 
69 
63 
67 

69 
76 
71 
66 
71 
69 
63 
74 
68 



Died December 17, 1825. 
Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 
Died September 22, 1825. 
Died June 3, 1830. 
Died March 11, 1829. 

Died December 31, 1832. 
Died January IS, 1827. 



Died January IS, 1824. 



Died February 9, 1S21. 
Died October 'si, 1825. 



Died July 29, 1828. 



Died September 25, 1820. 

Died July 4, 1827. 

December 3, 1829. 

Died February 17, 1829. 

Dropped under act Maj- 1, 1820. Restored commencing- 

January 8, 1829. 
Died June 11, 1827. 

Dropped act May 1, 1820. Reinstated July 17, 1821. 

Died May 5, 1827. 

Died May 7, 1824. 

Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 

Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing- 

April 10, 1823. Died Aug. 24, 1830. 
Died March 5, 1826. 

Died May 20, 1819. 

Suspended act May 1, 1820. 

Died December 6, 1820. 
Died June 30, 1831. 
Died January 29, 1831. 



2(56 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Slatcment Showing the Names, Rani-, cfr., of Persons Besiding in Ililhhorongh 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 



Names 



Eank 



Annual 
I Allow- 
ance 



Description of service 



^\Tien 


pi 


aced 


on 




pension 


roll 


July 


15, 


1819 


Sept. 


6, 


1819 


Sept. 


21, 


1819 


Oct. 


5, 


1819 


Nov. 


29, 


1819 


June 


1, 


1820 


June 


30, 


1818 



Benjamin Griffin 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Abiel Gardner 


« 


96.00 


» 


Ezekiel Gardiner 


Serg-eant 


96.00 


" 


Abel Gage 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Benjamin Gould 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Theophilus Griffin 


(( 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Thaddeus Gooding- 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Aaron Howe 


" 


96.00 


" 


Isaac Hobart 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


William Hale 


" 


96.00 


" 


Jacob Hobart 


« 


96.00 


<i 


Jeremiah Hobson 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Ebenezer Hall 


Fife-major 


96.00 


" 


William Hogg- 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Josiah Howard 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Pitman Howard 


t( 


96.00 


" 


Stephen Hills 


" 


96.00 


" 


Richard HalU 


Lieutenant 


240.00 


" 


Henry Henley 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Jonathan Holt 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


David Hall 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Aaron Hood 


« 


96.00 


i< 


Benjamin Howard 


<< 


96.00 


" 


William Harris 


«« 


96.00 


" 


Europe Hamlin 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Charles Herrick 


" 


96.00 


" 


Wm. Hogg- or Hodge 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Natlianiel Hazelton 


" 


96.00 


" 


John Harwood 


" 


96.00 


" 


Moses Hall 


" 


96.00 


R. T. cont. line 


Enoch Jewett 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


W'illiam Jones 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Ephraim Johnson 


" 




" 


Thomas Jones 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Philip W. Kibbey 


<< 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Asa Kemp 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Elijah Knight 


" 


96.00 


" 


Solomon Kittredge 




96.00 


N. IT. cont. line 



Sept. 30, 1818 



Jan. 


IS, 


1819 


Mar. 


15, 


1819 


Apr. 


13, 


1819 


May 


18, 


1819 


May 


21, 


1819 


May 


24, 


1819 


May 


25. 


1819 


June 


9, 


1819 


June 


14, 


1819 


Aug-. 


23, 


1819 



July 12, 1819 



Oct. 


5, 


1819 


Nov. 


1, 


1819 


!May 


26, 


1820 


Oct. 


19, 


1820 


]\Iay 


6, 


1822 


Ajjr. 


24, 


1823 



June 30, 1818 

Mar. 25, 1819 

Nov. 26, 1819 

May 31, 1820 

Mar. 20, 1819 

Mar. 16, 1819 

June 7, 1819 



EEVOLUTIONARV DOCUMENTS 



267 



County in the State of New Hampshire, ]Y]to Have Been Inscrihed on the 
Passed on the 18th of March, 1818. 



Commencement 


Ages 


Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 


of 


pension 




the pension roll; and remarks. 


M.aj 


20, 1818 


70 


Dropped under act Maj- 1, 1S20. Restored commencing 
September 19, 1828. 


Apr. 


8, 1818 


81 




Apr. 


4, ISIS 


75 


Died September 18, ISIS. 


]May 


15, 1818 


75 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. Reinstated July 17, 1821. 


Apr. 


11, 1818 


72 




May 


9, 1818 


76 


Died January 13, 1833. 


Apr. 


14, 1818 


78 




Apr. 


4, 1818 


72 


Died July 1, 1833. 


Apr. 


. 1, 1818 


55 


Died August 21, 1826. 






69 


Dropped act May 1, 1S20. Restored commencing* March 
1, 1823. 




" 


67 


Died April 10, 1828. 


Apr. 


6, 1818 


69 




Apr. 


16, 1818 






Apr. 


T, 1S18 


74 




Jvme 


16, 1818 


68 


Died March 6, 1833. 


May 


8, 1818 


84 


Died August 20, 1830. 


May 


24, 1819 


69 


Died January 18, 1834. 


Nov. 


20, 1818 


72 


Suspended act May, 1S20. 


Apr. 


3, 1819 


75 


Died May 22, 1819. 


Apr. 


23, 1818 


60 


Died February 5, 1824. 


Apr. 


20, 1818 


76 


Dropped act May, 1820. Reinstated January 10, 1S23. 
Died August 27,"^ 1824. 


Apr. 


8, 1818 


59 




May 


9, 1818 


81 


Dropped under act Mar, 1S20. Restored commencing 
May 19. 1830. Died February 26, 1S32. 


Apr. 


7, 1818 


70 


Died 'February 20, 1823. 


June 


17, 1819 


67 


Suspended act May, 1820. 


Feb. 


7, 1819 


73 




Apr. 


17, 1818 


71 




July 


7, 1819 


63 


Died July 8, 1825. 


Mar ell 


L 1, 1823 


80 
76 
76 




A pr. 


], ISIS 




Apr. 


14, 1818 


89 




Apr. 


1, 1818 


72 




June 


23, 1818 


76 




IVfay 


5, 1818 


68 


Dropped under act May, 1820. Restored commencing 
February 12, 1829. 


Apr. 


3, 1818 


87 




Jan. 


29, 1819 


68 




Mar. 


31, 1818 


SO 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 



May S, 1S23. 



268 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Xames, Raid-, d-c, of Persons lieslding in llilhhoroiujh 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 







Annual 




When 


placed 


Names 


Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


on 
pension roll 


Ezra Kimball 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


June 


15, 1819 


Abner Keyes 


i« 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Sept. 


20, 1819 


Eliphalet Kilburn 


(< 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


X^ov. 


1, 1819 


Simon Kemp 




96.00 


it 


May 


26, 1820 


James Leighton 


Mariner 


96.00 


" 


Apr. 


19. 1819 


Xaboth Lewis 


Corporal 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


May 


1, 1819 


Joseph Little 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


May 


21, 1819 


Samuel Lovering 


(( 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


X'^ov. 


6, 1819 


Thomas Laney 


" 


96.00 


" 


Nov. 


30, 1819 


Joseph Leach 


*' 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


May 


19, 1820 


John Lincoln 


" 


96.00 


" 


June 


13, 1820 


Samuel Lovejoy 


(< 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


14. 1827 


Winslow Lakin 


^Musician 


96.00 




June 


30, 1818 


John Mcllvane 


Private 


96.00 


" 




« 


Ezra Merriam 




96.00 


" 






Abraham Moors 


<i 


96.00 


" 




» 


Hugh Moore 


C( 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


May 


18, 1819 


John Manning 


Sergeant 


96.00 






" 


Thomas Murdough 


I'rivate 


9(5.00 




May 


21, 1S19 


Farrar Miller 


" 


96.00 


" 




« 


John Mason 


" 


96.00 


" 


May 


22, 1819 


Nathaniel Merrill 


" 


96.00 


" 


May 


25, 1819 


Nathaniel Martin 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


June 


15, 1819 


Thomas Mallet 


*' 


96.00 


" 


June 


16, 1819 


Amos Martin 


" 


96.00 


" 


May 


2, 1819 


John Morrill 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


July 


12, 1819 


David Morrill 


*' 


96.00 


<< 


July 


13, 1819 


Samuel Morrill 


" 


96.00 


" 


Sept. 


16, 1819 


David McClure 


" 


90.00 


« 


Sept. 


21, 1819 


Jonathan Marsh 


" 


96.00 


« 


Nov. 


29, 1819 


John McCurdy 


" 


96.00 


(( 


Dec. 


3, 1819 


William Moreland 


Drummer 


96.00 


" 


Jan. 


15, 1820 


Jacob McTntire 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


June 


7. 1820 


Isaac ^lullikin 


" 


96.00 


" 


Jan. 


20, 1819 


Jonathan Martin 


" 


96.00 


" 


July 


17, 1818 


James Nesmith 


" 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


:\ray 


24. 1819 



EEVOLUTIONAPvY DOCUMENTS 



269 



Count jl in the Siafe of New llampsliire, ^M^o Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the ISih of March, ISIS. 



Commencement 


Aires 


Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 


of 


pension 


^l^V-O 


the pension roll; and remarks. 


Apr. 


4, 


1818 


75 




Apr. 


20, 


1818 


81 


Died December 17, 1820. 


Apr. 


30, 


1819 


62 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 


May 


5, 


1819 


C9 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Eestored commencing 
December 10, 1828. 


Ai^r. 


6, 


1818 


70 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


27, 


1818 


63 


" 


Apr. 


3, 


1818 


59 


(1 


May 


18, 


1818 


62 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


7, 


1818 


69 




Dec. 


6, 


1819 


68 


Dropped act Maj' 1, 1820. 


Nov. 


2, 


1819 


70 


Suspended under aet May 1, 1820. 


Feb. 


20, 


1827 


78 




Apr. 


3, 


1818 


66 

72 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing- 

May 8, 1823. 
Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


7, 


1818 


67 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 
May 8, 1823. Died June 21, 1827. 


Apr. 


11, 


1818 




Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 


May 


23, 


1818 


76 
70 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 

February 14, 1831. 
Died August 5, 1829. 


Apr. 


1, 


1818 


63 


Dropped act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing May 8, 
1823. Died January 14, 1824. 




K 




66 


Died August 6, 1820. 


Apr. 


18, 


1818 


72 




May 


2, 


1818 






Jan. 


25, 


1819 


58 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


22, 


1818 


66 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. Reinstated commencing Mav 
8, 1822. Died July 1, 1822. 


May 


6, 


1818 


58 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Mar. 


31, 


1818 


72 




Apr. 


3, 


1818 


70 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. Reinstated July 10, 1823. 
Died December 13, 1825. 


Dec. 


26, 


1818 


59 


Siisj)euded act May 1. 1820. Restored commencing May 
8, 1823. Died November 23, 1825. 


June 


17, 


1819 


68 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


29, 


1818 


73 


," 


Oct. 


15, 


1818 


76 


Died June 4, 1824. 


Apr. 


17, 


1818 


82 




Apr. 


9, 


1818 


76 




May 


14, 


1818 


76 


Died July 10, 1829. 


Apr. 


4, 
« 


1818 


70 

84 


Transferred from Sussex countv, Massachusetts, Sept. 

4, 1826. 
Died February 13, 1828. 



270 



]l E VOLU TIO N A p. Y DOC U M E N TS 



Slalcineiit Showing the Sames, Rani', tCr., of Persons Eesiding i)i 11 illsho rough 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 



jVames 



Eank 



Annual 
Allow- 
ance 



Description of service 



When placed 

on 
pension roll 



Francis Xewton 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Mar. 


24, 


1S19 


David Osgood 


■ " 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


19, 


1S19 


Peter Peavey 


" 


96.00 


" 


June 


30, 


1818 


Levi Parker 


Lieutenant 


240.00 


" 




" 




John Purple 


Private 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


Jan. 


10, 


1819 


Ebenezer Pratt 


" 


96.00 


" 


Apr. 


21, 


1819 


Jonathan Putney 


" 


96.00 


" 


May 


21, 


1819 


Keuben Patch 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 








Xehemiah Pierce 


" 


96.00 


» 


June 


s, 


1S19 


Pomp Peters 


" 


96.00 


a 


June 


0, 


1819 


Levi Priest 


" 


96.00 


" 


June 


15, 


1819 


Isaac Patterson 


" 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


July 


28, 


1819 


James Pearson 


" 


96.00 


R. I. cont. line 


June 


29, 


1819 


Jonathan Parker 


" 


96.00 


^lass. cont. line 


Apr. 


21, 


1819 


Benjamin W. Parker 


Mariner 


96.00 


Continental navy 


Sept. 


6, 


1819 


Thomas Peabody 


Private 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


Sept. 


27, 


1819 


Jesse Perkins 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Jan. 


15, 


1820 


Abner Preston 


" 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


May 


20, 


1820 


Joseph Perkins 


" • 


96.00 


" 


May 


22 


1820 


Thomas Perkins 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


May 


25^ 


1820 


John Phelps 


" 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


May 


31, 


1820 


Ebenezer Perkins 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


June 


13, 


1820 


Elisha Parker 


" 


96.00 


X. Y. cont. line 


Sept. 


18, 


1820 


Elijah Parker 


" 


96.00 


" 


Nov. 


21, 


1824 


John Putney 


" 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


■May 


28. 


1830 


Joseph Proctor 


" 


96.00 


" 


Jan. 


20, 


1819 


Joseph Eobbins 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


June 


30, 


1818 


Zadock Reid 


" 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


Sept. 


30, 


1818 


Nathaniel Rix 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Oct. 


o 


1818 


Jonas Richardson 


" 


96.00 


" 


May 


22, 


1819 


Zachariah Robbins 


Sergeant 


96.00 


" 


June 


l.i. 


1819 


John Rollins. 2d 


Private 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


June 


18, 


1819 


Daniel Russell 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


July 


16, 


1819 


Amos Richards 


" 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


July 


21, 


1819 


Abraham Rose 


*' 


96.00 


R. I. cont. line 


July 


c>. 


1819 


Silas Russell 


" 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


May 


23, 


1820 


Jedediah Russell 


n 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


]\Lay 


26, 


1820 


John Swan 


" 


96.00 


" 


June 


30, 


1818 


Stephen Shattuck 


*' 


96.00 










Benjamin Stone 


Captain 


240.00 


X. TT. cont. line 


Oct. 


1, 


1818 


Moses Sanborn 


Private 


96.00 


" 


Dec. 


1, 


1818 


Xathaniel Stenhens 


" 


96.00 


ti 


Mar. 


2.'), 


1819 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



271 



County in ilie State of New Hampshire, Wlio Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the ISth of March, ISIS. 



Commencement 
of pension 



Affes 



Laws under which they were formerly inscribed 
the pension roll; and remarks. 



Apr. 


29, 


1S18 


84 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing?' 
January ], 1S2S. Died April 7, 1830. 


Apr. 


1, 


181S 


75 




Apr. 


3, 


1818 


70 




Apr. 


1, 


1818 


68 


, 


Apr. 


3, 


1818 


68 




Apr. 


30, 


1818 


70 




Apr. 


1, 


1818 


74 


Died June 30, 1S31. 


Mar. 


30, 


1819 


76 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Eeinstated February 1-1, 
1822. Died June 13, "^1827. 


Apr. 


4, 


1818 


62 


Died March 28, 1S19. 


Apr. 


G, 


1818 


63 




Mar. 


27, 


1819 


59 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


1, 


1818 


69 


Died September 2, 1823. 


Apr. 


6, 


1818 


72 




Apr. 


1, 


1818 


65 
61 


Died June 6, 1822. , 
Suspended under act ^lay 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


13, 


1818 


81 




^lay 


27, 


1818 


79 




Oct. 


24, 


1818 


78 




Xov. 


6, 


1819 


68 


Died November 22, 1822. 


Mar. 


5, 


1819 


66 


Suspended under act Maj- 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


1, 


1819 


82 




Apr. 


7, 


1819 


66 


Died July 20, 1S24. 


Apr. 


27, 


1820 




- 


Nov. 


13, 


1824 


76 




Jan. 


1, 


1828 


81 




May 


9 


1818 


71 




Apr. 


9. 


1818 


68 
69 


Died February 24, 1827. 


Apr. 


15. 


1818 


81 




Mar. 


30, 


1818 


77 


Died January 6, 1827. 


Mar. 


29, 


1819 


70 


Suspended under act ^lay 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


21. 


1818 


78 




Apr. 


30, 


1818 


75 




Apr. 


4, 


1818 


76 


Died November 26, 1829. 


Apr. 


7, 


1818 


78 




June 


18, 


1819 


70 


Died February 13, 1827. 


June 


3, 


1818 


72 




Apr. 


9, 


1818 


79 




Apr. 


3, 


1818 


59 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Eestored commencing 
April 16, 1S23. Died June 5, 1833. 


Mar. 


30, 


1818 


75 


Died February 13, 1820. 


Apr. 


24. 


1818 


78 


Died June 27, 1821. 


Apr. 


6, 


1818 


75 





REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Slalement Slioiving the Names, liaid\ dr., of Persons Besiding in IlWshorov/jh 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 



Names 





Annual 


Rank 


Allow- 




ance 


Private 


96.00 


" 


9G.00 


Corporal 


96.00 


Musician 


96.00 


Private 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


» 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


» 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


40.00 


" 


64.00 


" 


90.00 


Lieutenant 


240.00 


Private 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


Mariner 


.SO.OO 


" 


48.00 


" 


95.00 


Private 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


Sergeant 


96.00 


Private 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


« 


96.00 


Lieutenant 


240.00 


Private 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


<( 


96.00 



Description' of service 



When placed 

on 
pension roll 



Joseph Severance 
Cicero Svvett 
Abraham T. Swett 
John Scott 

lCl)hraim Stephens 
Nathaniel Smart 
Ebenezer Scribner 
Simeon Simonds 
David Sanborn 

Joseph Stearns 
David Smiley 

Samuel Spear 
Stephen Sawyer 
John Shedd 
Thomas Cilley 
Jotham Stearns 
Amos Spafford 



James Taggart 
Nathan Tuttle 
Christopher Thayer 
Jonathan Wilkins 



Thomas Wright 
Thomas Whittle 
Nathaniel Whittemore 

Aquilla Wilkins 
Richard Wheeler 
Joel Wetmore 
William Wheeler 

Edward West 
Zaccheus Walker 
Kli])])a]et Woodward 
Joseph Webster 
Thomas Walker 
Josiah Warren 



Mass. cont. line 

N. II. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 

N. H. cont. line 



Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 



Mass. cont. line 



N. H. cont. line-^ 
Mass. cont. line 

N. H. cont. line 



N. H. cont. line 

Mass. cont. line 
Continental navv 



Mass. cont. line 



N. H. cont. line 

Afass. cont. line 
N. 11. cont. line 



Apr. 21, 1819 

May 18, 1819 

May 22, 1818 

May 25, 1819 

June 8, 1819 

July 23, 1819 

July 13, 1819 

Sept. 8, 1819 

Oct. 26, 1819 

Feb. 11, 1820 

May 26, 1820 

June 13, 1820 

June 27, 1820 

July 10, 1821 

Apr. 16, 1823 

Sept. 30, 1818 

Apr. 21, 1819 

June 16. 1819 

Sept. 7, 1819 

Apr. 21, 1819 

July 5, 1822 

Nov. 21, 1818 

Jan. 18, 1819 

Apr. 21, 1819 



May 


21, 


1819 


Mav 


24, 


1819 


May 


25, 


1819 


June 


15, 


1819 


July 


15, 


1819 


July 


13, 


1819 


Sept. 


6, 


1819 


Oct. 


14. 


1819 


Oct. 


12, 


1819 



EEVOLUTlONAllY DOCUxMENTS 



273 



County in the Slate of New Hampshire, l]7to Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the ISth of March, 1818. 



Commencement 
of pension 




Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 
the pension roll; and remarks. 



Apr. 


1-i, 


1818 


80 


Apr. 


13, 


1818 


70 


Apr. 


7, 


1818 


61 


Oct. 


28, 


1818 


68 


Apr. 


11, 


1818 


70 


Apr. 


28, 


1819 


61 


.Alay 


7, 


1818 


65 


Apr. 


7, 


1818 


85 


^lay 


8, 


1818 


81 


Apr. 


1, 


1818 


77 


Apr. 


1", 


1818 


63 


Oct. 


''') 


1819 


76 


Feb. 


19, 


1820 


71 


July 


13, 


1819 


68 


Apr. 


7, 


1818 


81 


Mar. 


1, 


1823 


76 


Sept. 


28, 


1808 




Apr. 


24, 


1816 




Apr. 


9, 


1818 




Apr. 


9, 


1818 


78 


Apr. 


'^, 


1818 


90 


Oct. 


26, 


ISIS 


70 


Mar. 


6, 


1807 




Apr. 


24, 


1816 




Apr. 


3, 


1818 




June 


25. 


1818 


69 


Apr. 


6, 


1818 


68 


Apr. 


9, 


rsis 




Apr. 


30. 


1818 




Apr. 


15, 


1818 


61 


A pr. 


13, 


1818 


70 


A])r. 


22 


1818 


65 




n 




57 


Apr. 


4. 


1818 


73 


Apr. 


14, 


1818 


68 


Apr. 


3, 


1S18 


73 


^fav 


12. 


1818 


68 


A pi-. 


1, 


ISIS 


81 



Died Fe'bruary 16, 1827. 
Died May 29, 1830. 
Suspended under act j\ray 1, 1820. 

Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing? 
December 18, 1830. 

Died February 12, 1825. 
Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 
Died June 3, 1830. 

Suspended under act May 1, 1S20. Restored commencing- 
October 12, 1S24. 



Restored commencinj: 



Suspended under act May 1, 1S20. 

April 16, 1S23. 
Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 
Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 
Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 



March 3, 1809. Invalid pension. 
Increased by act April 24, 1816. 
Relinquished for the benefit of act March 18, 1818. Died 

February 13, 1830. 
Died January 25, 1828. 
Died June 24, 1S2S. 
Suspended under act ^\ay 1. 1S20. 
April 25, 1808. Invalid pension. 
April 25, 1808. Increased by act April 24. 1816. 
April 25. ISOS. Relinquished for the benefits of act 
■ March 18, 1818. 
Died Auo-ust 12, 1827. 
Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 
Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing- 

January 13, 1825. 
Died December 9, 1823. 
Died June 13, 1832. 

Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 

April 11, 1823. Died February 18, 1825. 
Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 

Died Februarv 23. 1826. 



Died June 29, 1826. 



274 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Slatemcnt Showing the Names, Rani', cCr., of Persons Besiding in HiUshorough 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 




REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



275 



Cmintij in ihe Stale of New Ilampshirc, Vtlio Have Been Inscribed on the 
l^asscd on ihe ISlh of March, 1S18. 



Commencement 


Ages 


Laws under which they were fomierly inscribed on 


of 


pension 




the pension roll; and remarks. 


Apr. 


1~, 


ISIS 


73 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 
Feb. 14, KS19. Died June 3, 1833. 


Apr. 


9, 


1819 


64 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 


Jnlv 


19, 


1819 


62 


" 


Oct. 


M, 


1819 


70 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 
June 14, 1828. 


Jnlv 


7, 


1819 


81 


Died March 24, 1829. 


Apr. 


4, 


1S18 


78 




Apr. 


9, 


1819 


74 


Died July 16, 1S33. 


]Mar. 


4, 


1789 




June 7, 1785. Invalid jDension. 


Sept. 


14, 


1808 




Increased bj^ act March 3, 1809. 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


70 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Apr. 


1, 


181S 




Relinquished for the benefit of act March IS, 1818. Died 
January 14, 1827. 


Apr. 


4, 


ISIS 


GS 


Died June 2, 1829. 



276 



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Statement Showing tJie Names, Banl-, d-c, of Persons Eesiding in Merrimack 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 



Names 




Description' of service 



When placed 

on 

pension roll 



Elias Abbott 
William Adams 
Ezra Abbott 

William Ash 
Andrew Aiken 



Abel Blood 
Jonathan Burbank 
Samuel Bond 
.Tosiah Blodgett 
Nathan Bnrpee 
Daniel Bean 
Joshna r>lodgett 
Joseph Chaplin 
William Clifford 
Joseph Chaplin 
John Clark 
Moses Cross 

Joseph Cleasby 
Theophihis Cram 
Samuel Crane 
Thomas Colby 
Francisco Como 
Jonathan Cheney 
Edward Currier 
Abiel Chandler 
Anthony Clark 
Nathaniel Cheney 
Josiah Chase 
Eben Colby 
Josiah Chandler 



T'enjamin Cressy 



Jolin Dinsmore 
John Davis 



Private 



Sergt-Major 
Private 



Mariner 



96.00 
96.00 
96.00 

96.00 
45.00 
72.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 



N. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 



N. H. cont. line 



Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 
M'ass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 



Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 



Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 



Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 



96.00 I Mass. cont. line 
96.00 ! Naw continental 



Dee. 
Apr. 
May 

Nov. 



Sept, 17, 1819 

May 21, 1819 

Jnne 7, 

July 26, 

July 13, 

July 3, 

Sept. 21, 

Oct. 6, 

Mar. 5, 

Apr. 13, 

Apr. 20, 

Apr. 21, 

July 22, 

July 24, 

July 23, 

July 15, 

July 13, 

July 12, 

July 13, 

July 14, 

Sept. 20, 

Oct. 9, 

Nov. 12, 

June 1, 

Jan. 29, 

June 2, 1820 

July 13, 1819 



June 16, 1819 
Oct. 7, 1819 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



277 



County in the State of New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the ISth of March, ISIS. 



Commenc 


ement 


Ages 


Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 


of 


pension 


the pension roll; and remarks. 


Dec. 


15, 


1831 


81 




Apr. 


1, 


1818 


76 




Oct. 


6, 


1819 


75 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Eestored commencing- 
April 9, 1823. 


Oct. 


23, 


1818 


71 




Mar. 


4, 


1796 


76 


April 20, 1796. Invalid. 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 




Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Ajjr. 


7, 


1818 




Ivelinquished for the benefit of act March 18, 1818. 


Apr. 


1, 


1818 


76 




Apr. 


3, 


1818 


70 




Apr. 


13, 


ISIS 


72 


Died August 31, 1819. 
Died February 20, 1831. 


Apr. 


23, 


1818 


78 




Apr. 


29, 


1818 


78 




June 


IS, 


1819 


76 




Jan, 


1, 


1828 


86 




Apr. 


8, 


1818 


76 




June 


13, 


ISIS 


77 


Died January 28, 1819. 


June 


9, 


1818 


75 




Apr. 


13, 


1818 


66 


Dropi^ed under act May 1, 1820. Eestored commencing 
May 8, 1823. 


Apr. 


16, 


1818 


70 




May 


IS, 


ISIS 


78 




Apr. 


7, 


1818 


81 




July 


1-i, 


ISIS 


78 




May 


12, 


1818 


73 




Apr. 


7, 


1818 


74 




Apr. 


10, 


ISIS 


69 




May 


4, 


1818 


70 




Apr. 


1~, 


1818 


82 




June 


18, 


1819 


79 




Apr. 


21, 


1818 


71 




iMay 


13, 


1818 


76 




May 


29, 


1814 


83 


Ex. mil. estab. Invalid pension. 


Apr. 


24, 


1S16 




Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Apr. 


27, 


ISIS 




Eelinquished for the benefit of act May 18, 1818. 


Apr. 


e', 


1818 




Dropped from roll act May 1, 1820. Eestored act IMarch 
1, 1823, commencing May 8, 1S23, and transferred from 
Hillsborough co., N. H., from March 4, 1829. Trans- 
ferred to Washington co., Indiana, from March 4, 1831. 
Eetransferred to Worcester co., Mass., from September 
4, 1831. Transferred from this agency to Merrimack 
CO., N. H., from September 4, 1833. 


Apr. 


7, 


1818 


80 




June 


30, 


1818 


80 


Suspended under act ^lay, 1820. Eestored commencing 
February 4, 1S29. 



278 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Rani-, tfr., of Persons Residing in Merrimach 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 



Names 



Sarrmel Dinsmore 
Jacob Eastman 
Levi P^verett 
William Eastman 
John Eaton 
John Elliott 
Daniel Emery 
Samuel Ela 

Ephraim Fisk 
David 1 landers 

Jeremiah Foster 
Rufns Fuller 

John Fields 

James Gould 
Thaddeus Gibson 

William Glines 
Timothy Hall 

James Hutehins 
Enoch Hunt 
Joseph Hale 
Georg-e Holt 
Levi Hutehins 
Jonathan Johnson 
Samuel Jackman 
Aaron Jackson 
Closes Kezer 
Uobert Knowlton 
Daniel Lord 
Samuel Libby 
James Liliby 
John Lovis 
Stephen :\[cCoy 
Jonathan McCoy 
Joseph ]\Lann 

Samuel Morse 
Samuel Matjoon 
Joseph Pedrick 
Benjamin Page 



Eank 



Annual 

Allow- 1 Description of service 
ance 



I'rivate 



Lieutenant 


2-10.00 


Private 


9(5.00 


" 


06.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


Sergeant 


96.00 


Private 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 




96.00 


(t 


96.00 


« 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


9G.00 



96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 

96.00 
96.00 

96.00 
96.00 

96.00 



When placed 

on 
pension roll 



Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 

Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 

N. H. cont. line 



Mass. cont. line 



X. H. cont. line 



Mass. cont. line 



N. H. cont. line 



R. T. cont. line 
X. H. cont. line 

Mass. cont. line 



X. H. cont. line 

Mass. cont. line 
X. H. cont. line 

Penn. cont. line 
) 
^lass. cont. line 
X. H. cont. line 



Mar. 16, 1819 

May 20, 1819 

May 21, 1819 

June 30, 1819 

July 12, 1819 

Jan. 18, 1820 

Apr. 16, 1823 

June 17, 1823 

July 15, 1819 

Jan. 15, 1820 

Jan. 18, 1820 

May 26, 1820 

Nov. 29, 1819 

Oct. 10, 1818 

May 21, 1819 



June 


7, 


1819 


Apr. 


16, 


1819 


July 


13. 


1819 


Sept. 


6, 


1819 


Sept. 


23, 


1819 


Aug. 


14, 


1818 


Aug. 


11, 


1830 


Feb. 


5, 


1819 


June 


7, 


1819 


Sept. 


27, 


1819 


June 


7, 


1819 


July 


15, 


1819 


July 


13, 


1819 


Dec. 


3, 


1819 


Jan. 


27, 


1825 


Mar. 


5, 


1819 


Apr. 


16, 


1819 



Apr. 5, 1819 

July 27, 1819 

July 18, 1822 

June 30, 1818 

June 11, 1819 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



279 



Count II in the State of New Ilampsliire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the IStli of March, IS 18. 



Commencement 
of pension 



As:es 



Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 
the pension roll; and remarks. 



Apr. 
Apr. 
May 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Mar. 
Mar. 

Mar. 
Oct. 

May 
Oct. 

Apr. 

Mar. 
Apr. 

Apr. 
Apr. 

Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Jan. 
Dec. 
Apr. 
June 
May 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Sept. 
Apr. 
Apr. 

May 

June 
Aug-. 
Apr. 
May 



23 


1818 


69 


13 


1818 


73 


14 


1818 


70 


22 


1819 


68 


7 


1818 


55 


16 


1818 


. 81 


1 


1823 


80 


21 


1823 




16 


1823 


70 


23 


1819 


72 


11 


1818 


76 


1 


1819 


77 


7 


1818 


70 


11 


1818 


68 


4 


1818 


70 


23 


1818 


70 


28 


1818 


70 


7 


1818 


76 


23 


1818 


64 


17 


1818 


69 


9 


1818 


72 


1 


1828 


79 


23 


1818 


66 


17 


1818 


SO 


23 


1819 


71 


1 


1818 


70 


16 


1818 


70 


7 


1818 


81 


13 


1818 


75 


23 


1824 


81 


7 


1818 


72 


20 


1818 


69 
70 


25 


1818 


81 


29 


1818 


70 


17 


1819 


80 


13 


1818 


69 


13 


1818 


69 



Transferred from Orleans county, Vermont, March 4, 
1826. Died March 27, 1827. 

Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 
July 25, 1831. 

Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing' 

May 31, 1830. 
Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 

December 20, 1824. 

Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 
April 11, 1823. Died February 23, 1834. 

Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 
February 7, 1827. 

Died February 17, 1824. 

Transferred from Essex county, Mass., from March 4, 1826. 

Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 



Transferred from Essex county, Mass., from March 4, 1826. 



Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 

January 1, 1S25. 
Suspended act May 1, 1820. Restored May 5, 1823. 



280 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Rani-, cfr., of Persons Eesiding in Merrimack 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 







Annual 




When 


placed 


Names 


Rank 


Allow- 


Description of service 




on 






ance 




pension roll 


Willard Tierce 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Xov. 


30, 1819 


Phineas Page 




96.00 


X. Y. cont. line 


Feb. 


9, 1825 


Daniel Page 




96.00 


X. IT. cont. line 


Oct. 


31, 1822 


Thomas Putney 




96.00 


(( 


May 


28, 1830 


John Eowe 




96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


May 


21, 1819 


Daniel Shepard 




96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Mar. 


5, 1819 


Abel Severance 




96.00 


Mass. cont. line 




" 


Isaac Seavey 


Matross 


96.00 


Penn. cont. line 




" 


Benjamin Snllivan, 












alias Worster 


Marine 


96.00 


Xavy 


Mar. 


11, 1819 


Sherburne Sanborn 


Private 


96.00 


X. II. cont. line 


Mar. 


13, 1819 


Jacob Straw 




96.00 


» 


July 


13, 1819 


William Sargent 




96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


May 


8, 1822 


George Shute 




96.00 


" 


Jan. 


26, 1S19 


Jeremiah Stickney 




96.00 


11 


July 


31, 1818 


Daniel Seavey 




96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


May 


3, 1830 


Benjamin Thompson 




96.00 


" 


Apr. 


23, 1832 


Andrew Willey 




96.00 


(( 


July 


12, 1819 


John Weeks 




96.00 


11 


Xov. 


10, 1818 


John Welch 




96.00 


(( 


July 


12, 1819 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



281 



County in the State of New Ilampsliire, Who Have Been Inscribed on tlie 
Passed on the IStli of 31 arch, 1818. 



Commencement 


Ages 


Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 


of 


pension 


the pension roll; and remarks. 


Apr. 


9, 


1818 


60 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 


Jan. 


29, 


1825 


81 


Died April 30. 1828. 


May 


23, 


1818 




Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing- 
August 14, 1832. 


Jan. 


1, 


1828 


76 


Died March 4, 1830. 


Apr. 


27, 


1828 


76 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 

May 8, 1823. 


Apr. 


3, 


1828 


76 




May 


11, 


1828 


73 




Apr. 


1, 


1828 


70 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 
Januarj' 27, 1825. 


June 


12, 


1828 


73 




Apr. 


13, 


1828 




Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 
March 25, 1823. 


Apr. 


27, 


1828 


79 




Apr. 


26, 


1822 


79 




Apr. 


13, 


1818 


81 


Transferred from Suffolk county, Mass., from Septem- 
ber 4, 1824, 


Mar. 


30, 


1818 


71 


Transferred from Essex county, Mass., March 4, 1826. 


May 


1, 


1830 


70 




Apr. 


17, 


1832 


70 




Aug. 


1, 


1818 


80 




Aug. 


24, 


1818 


74 




Aug. 


7, 


1819 


70 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Continued commenc- 
ing April 20, 1827. Died Dec. 9, 1827. 



282 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Banl; tCr., of Persons Besiding in BocUngham 

Pension List under iJie Act of Congress 



Names 



Moses Austin 

John Adams 
Isaac Annis 
John Archibald 
James Boyes 
John Blaisdell 

Thomas Beck 
Dennis Bickford 
Henry Barter 
Christopher Blake 
James Boyes 
Samuel Bickford 
Benjamin Butler 
Nathan Brown 

John Bitten 
Gilbert Bond 

Thomas Brown 
John Burnham 



William Currier 
Nelson Crosby 
Christopher Challis 
John Coombs 
Ephraim Challis 
John Cook 
Theophihis Colbv 
Robert Clark 
Ebenezer Currier 

Joseph Copp 

Jonathan Currier 

John Cressy 

Benjamin Choate 
Benjamin Chase 
Andrew Cate 
I'hilip Clear 
Eliphalet Connor 




Description of service 



Private 

Lieutenant 
Private 



(ilunner 
Private 



Captain 

Ord. Sergt 
Private 



Major 



Private 



Sergeant 

Ensig-n 

Private 



96.00 

240.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 

96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
240.00 

96.00 
96.00 



240.00 



96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
240.00 
96.00 

96.00 

96.00 

96.00 

96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 



Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 



Navy 

N. H. cont. line 

Conn. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 



Mass. cont. line 



N. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 



Virginia cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 

Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 



Mass. cont. line 



N. H. cont. line 



When placed 

on 

pension roll 



Oct. 31, 1818 

Nov. 6, 1818 

Apr. 13, 1819 

Oct. 1, 1818 

Nov. 3, 1818 

Dec. 22, 1818 

Feb. 6, 1819 

Mar. 5, 1819 

Apr. 13, 1819 

May 25, 1819 

Feb. 18, 1819 

July 11, 1819 

Jan. 14, 1820 

Aug. 1, 1820 

Mar. 6, 1826 

May 25, 1819 



Feb. 3, 1819 

Oct. 31, 1818 

Nov. 3, 1818 

Nov. 27, 1818 

Jan. 12, 1819 

Feb. 8, 1819 



Apr. 13, 1819 

Apr. 16, 1819 

Apr. 25, 1819 

July 14, 1819 

Sept. 6, 1819 

Jan. 14, 1820 

Mar. 21, 1820 

May 29, 1820 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



283 



Coiinfi/ in the State of New Hampsltirc, 1T7(0 Have Been InscriJ)ed on the 
Passed on the ISth of 31 arch, ISIS. 



Commencement 


Ages 


Laws under which they were 


formerly inscribed on 


of 


pension 




the pension roll; and 


remarks. 


May 


1, 


1818 


71 


Dropped under act Mav 1, 1820. 


Restored commencing' 










March 4, 1822. 




Apr. 


1, 


1818 




Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 




Apr. 


7, 


1818 


62 






Apr. 


17, 


1818 


90 


Died October 11. 1828. 




Apr. 


28, 


1818 


84 


Died February 11, 1829. 




Apr. 


20, 


1818 


73 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Eeinstated February 23, 










1821. 




Apr. 


11, 


1818 


69 


Died July 16, 1821. 




Apr. 


3, 


1818 


85 






Apr 


t , 


1818 


82 


Died May 13, 1829. 




Apr. 


14, 


1818 


72 






Apr. 


7, 


1818 


73 






Apr. 


14, 


1818 


61 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 




Feb. 


8, 


1819 


75 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 




Uaj 


9 


1818 


71 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 
February 5, 1825. Died May 29 


Restored commencing 
, 1825. 


June 


3, 


1818 


70 


Died April" IS, 1831. 




July 


11, 


1820 


71 


Dropped' under act ^lay 1, 1820. 
ber 3, 1827. 


Continued from Decem- 


Feb. 


6, 


1826 


76 






Apr. 


7, 


1818 


70 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 
February 8, 1828. Eelinquishecl 
May 15, 'l828. 


Restored commencing 
for the benefit of act 


Mav 


7, 


1818 


57 


Died July 1, 1822. 




May 


1, 


1818 


'81 


Died November 18, 1821. 




Apr. 


20, 


1820 


87 






Apr. 


H, 


1818 


75 


Died June 20, 1827. 




Apr. 


20, 


1818 


82 


Died May 1, 1827. 




Apr. 


3, 


1818 


58 






Mar. 


31, 


1818 


76 


Died October 12, 1824. 




May 


22, 


1818- 








Apr. 


7, 


1818 


70 


Dropped under act Ma^- 1. 1820. 
January, 1825. 


Restored commencing 


Apr. 


11, 


1818 


* 68 


Dropped under act May 1. 1820. 
March 27, 1823. Died October 7, 


Restored commencing 
1825. 


June 


5, 


1818 


69 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 
April 8, 1823. Died November 6 


Restored commencing 

1829. 


May 


2 


1818 


86 


Suspended under act ]\Iay 1, 1820. 


Restored commencing 










Aug-ust 21, 1823. Died July 9, 1829. 


May 


25, 


1818 








:May 


2, 


1818 


59 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 




Apr. 


24, 


1818 


62 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820, 




Apr. 


21, 


1818 


75 


Died November 26, 1830. 




Apr. 


14, 


1818 


70 


Died December 6, 1832. 





284 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Banl', &c., of Persons Eesiding in Bocl-iugham 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 







Annual 




When 


Pl 


iced 


Names 


Rank 


Allow- 


Description of service 




an 








ance 




pensioni 


roll 


David Clark 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


June 


7, 


1S20 


David Duncan 


n 


40.00 
64.00 


N. H. cont. line 








i< 


" 


96.00 


" 


Sept. 


6, 


1820 


Robert Drought 


" 


96.00 


.< 


Feb. 


5, 


1819 


London Dailey 


" 


96.00 


" 


Feb. 


s, 


1819 


George R. Dovv'ning 


" 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


11, 


1819 


John Downing 


" 


90.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Mar. 


13, 


1819 


Nathan Dow 


" 


96.00 


" 


Apr. 


13, 


1819 


Jonathan Daniels 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Apr. 


14, 


1819 


John Dearborn 


" 


96.00 


" 


July 


6, 


1819 


Stephen Dustin 


" 


96.00 


" 


July 


20, 


1819 


Moses Danforth 


" 


96.00 


" 


Aug. 


9, 


1819 


Jonathan Downing, 2d 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


June 


16, 


1819 


Joseph Davis 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Sept. 


6, 


1819 


Henry Danforth 


" 


30.00 
48.00 


(( 








'* 


" 


96.00 


" 


May 


24, 


1820 


Jonathan Eaton 


" 


90.00 


" 


Nov. 


3, 


1818 


John Edwards 


" 


96.00 


t( 


Feb. 


6, 


1819 


James Eastman 


" 


96.00 


K 


Apr. 


13, 


1819 


Michael Emerson 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 




" 




Amos Emerson 


Captain 


240.00 


N. H. cont. line 




" 




George Emerson 


Private 


96.00 


" 


Sept. 


6, 


1819 


David Ela 




96.00 


" 


Jan. 


11, 


1820 


Joseph Elkins 




96.00 


" 


Feb. 


15, 


1820 


Jacob Fowler 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Nov. 


3, 


1818 


Cato Fisk 


" 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


Jan. 


14. 


1S19 


Gordon Freeze 


" 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


5, 


1819 


Nathaniel Foss 


" 


96.00 


" 




'• 




Thomas Fuller 


" 


96.00 


" 




" 




Samuel Foster 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Apr. 


13, 


1819 


Samuel Foot 


" 


96.00 


" 




" 




George Fishley 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


May 


24, 


1S19 


Asa Folsom 


Lieii tenant 


240.00 


'• 


Feb. 


3, 


1821 


Wise Grinnell 


I'rivate 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Apr. 


20, 


1819 


Jacob Goodell 


" 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


18, 


1819 


Thomas Gerrish 


<( 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Feb. 


5, 


1819 


Daniel Gookin 


Lieutenant 


240.00 




June 


20, 


1818 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



285 



Connly in the State of New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the 18th of March, 1S18. 



Commencement 
of pension 



Sept. 15, 1819 

Mar. 4, 1789 

Apr. 24, 1816 

Apr. 13, 1818 




Laws undef which they were formerly inscribed on 
the pension roll; and remarks. 



Apr. 


14, 


1818 


68 


Apr. 


3, 


1818 


7- 


Apr. 


21, 


1818 


61 


Apr. 


7, 


1818 


74 


Apr. 


17, 


1818 


69 


Mar. 


31, 


1818 


81 
65 


:\rav 


16, 


1818 


72 


Apr. 


17, 


1818 




Nov. 


20, 


1819 


71 


Apr. 


7, 


1818 


68 


Mar. 


4, 


1795 




Apr. 


24, 


1816 




Apr. 


23, 


1818 


76 


Apr. 


13, 


1818 


71 
73 
69 


Apr. 


7, 


1818 


June 


13, 


1818 


64 


Apr. 


7, 


1818 


85 


Apr. 


17, 


1818 


72 


May 


2, 


1818 


63 
75 


Apr. 


3, 


1818 


72 


Apr. 


6, 


1818 


64 


Apr. 


15, 


1818 


72 


Apr. 


13, 


1818 


85 


May 


7, 


1818 


72 


Apr. 


7, 


1818 


68 
64 


Apr. 


14, 


1818 


70 


Feb. 


3, 


1821 




May 


8, 


1818 




May 


9, 


1818 


85 


Apr. 


6, 


1818 


76 


Apr. 


21, 


1818 


71 



70 



Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Eestored commenc- 
ing- February 18, 1829. 

June 7, 1785. Invalid pension. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Eelinquished for the benefit of act March IS, 1818. Died 
August 12, 1826. 

Died July 26. 

Died June 8, 1832. 

Suspended under act May, 1820. 



Died August 7, 1S26. 



Died October 25, 1826. 

April 20, 1796. Invalid pension. 
Increased by law April 24, 1816. 

Eelinquished for the benefit of act March 18, 1818. Died 
February 4, 1830. 

Died January 30, 1832. 
Died February 7, 1830. 



Died September 11,. 1827. 
Dropped act May, 1820. 
Died Jan. 1, 1827. 



Died December 12, 1821. 
Suspended act May 1, 1820, 
Died January 15, 1826. 

Suspended act May 1, 1820. 

Died June 25, 1821. 
Died July 16, 1822. 

Suspended act May 1, 1820. Continued commeuciug Jan- 
uary 30. 1827. i'vclinquished for the benefit of act jNIay 

15, 1828. 



28G 



REVOLUTIONAPvY DOCUMENTS 



Slatemeiit Showing the Names, Rani', £•€., of Persons Besiding in Bod-ingham 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 







Annual 


When 


placed 


Names 


Rank 


Allovr- Description of service 




on 






ance 

i 


pension roll 


Jonathan Godfrey 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Nov. 


3, 1818 


Richard Green 


" 


96.00 


" 


Dec. 


22, 1818 


Bradbury Green 


Musician 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


5, 1819 


Thomas Griffin 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Apr. 


16, 1819 


James Gray 


Captain 


240.00 


N. H. cont. line 


May 


25, 1819 


Timothy Gleason 


Mariner 


96.00 


Navy 


July 


23, 1819 


Samuel Goss 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Sept. 


6, 1819 


Mark Green 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Sept. 


7, 1819 


Joseph Green 


» 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Apr. 


10, 1820 


William Gould 


" 


96.00 


" 


May 


19, 1820 


Samuel Heath 


" 


96.00 


" 


May 


28, 1820 


Hussey Hoag 


" 


96.00 


" 


Dec. 


1, 1818 


Samuel Holbrook 


Seaman 


96.00 


Navy 


Dec. 


22, 1818 


Jonathan Hill 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Feb. 


8, 1819 


Jude Hall 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Feb. 


4, 1819 


"William Hutching 


Lieutenant 


240.00 


" 


-Mar. 


11, 1819 


Thomas Harvey 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 




" 


Thomas Hall 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Mar. 


24, 1819 


Joseph Hobbs 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Apr. 


11, 1819 


David Hammond 


" 


96.00 


" 


Apr. 


16, 1819 


John B. Hill 


]\Iarine 


96.00 


Navy 


Mar. 


12, 1819 


Reuben Hall 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


May 


25, 1819 


Aaron Huntoon 


" 


96.00 


" ? 


July 


21, 1819 


Ammi R. Hall 


" 


96.00 


" 


Feb. 


4, 1820 


Ebenezer Hogg- 


" 


96.00 


" 


Sept. 


14, 1821 


Hanson Hodgdon 


" 


96.00 


" 


Sept. 


11, 1830 


Thomas Holmes 


" 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


8, 1819 


Simon Knowles 


" 


96.00 


" 


Dec. 


22, ISIS 


Ebenezer Kennison 


" 


96.00 


" 


Apr. 


30, 1819 


Nathaniel Kelly 


" 


96.00 


** 


Feb. 


11, 1820 


John Knight 


" 


96.00 


" 


Sept. 


18, 1820 


Ezekiel Knowles 


" 


96.00 


" 


Sept. 


4, 1830 


Richard Locke 


" 


96.00 


" 


Dec. 


22, 1818 


Francis Locke 


" 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


5, 1819 


Benjamin Leavitt 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Apr. 


27, 1819 


Paul Long 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Jan. 


14, 1820 


James Leavitt 


" 


96.00 


** 




" 


Prince Light 


« 


96.00 


" 


Jan. 


24, 1820 


Daniel Moore 


Captain 


240.00 


" 


Apr. 


10, 1818 



REVOLUTIONAIIY DOCUMENTS 



287 



Count;/ in the State of Neiv Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the 18th of March, 1818. 



Commencement 


Acres 


Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 


of 


pension 


nj_,t;o 


the pension roll; and remarks. 


Apr. 


10 


1818 


75 


Dropped act May 1, 1820. Eestored commencine- June 9, 

1824. 


Mar. 


30 


1818 


74 


Died March 4, 1832. 


Apr. 


1 


181S 


66 


Died July 19, 1825. 


May 


13 


1818 


65 


Died January 26, 1819. 


Apr. 


17 


1818 


70 


Suspended act ^lay 1, 1825. 


Apr. 


14 


1818 


75 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 
Aug-ust 7, 1823. Died February 7, 1827. 


Apr. 


27 


1818 


65 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


7 


1818 


76 


Dropped act May, 1S20. Eestored commencing January 
30, 1S29. 


Apr. 


4 


1818 


68 




Dec. 


IS 


1819 


65 


Suspended act Maj^ 1, 1820. 


May 


5 


1818 


69 


Died July 15, 1828. 


Apr. 


13 


1818 


78 


Died November 15, 1824. 


Apr. 


4 


1818 


73 




Apr. 


3 


1818 


70 


Died October 31, 1821. 


Apr. 


6 


1818 


75 


Died August 21, 1827. 


Apr. 


1 


1818 


72 


Died June 3, 1826. 


Apr. 


3 


1818 


65 




Mar. 


28 


1818 


69 


Died Decemlier 19, 1S33. 


Apr. 


11 


1818 


r"r 




July 


14 


1818 


69 


Suspended act May 1, 1S20. 


Apr. 


24 


1818 


78 




Apr. 


17 


1818 


71 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 
October 22, 1824. Died February 21, 1S20. 


Apr. 


25 


1818 


71 




Mar. 


28 


1818 


75 


Died June 9. 1833. 


Jan. 


16 


1821 


71 


Died December 1, 1825. 


Sept. 


10 


1830 


S3 




Apr. 


11 


1818 


75 


From Rutland county, Vermont, from jSIay 4, 1832. 


Mar. 


3 


1818 


67 


Died November 7, 1823. 


Apr. 


7 


1818 


69 




Mar. 


5 


1818 


75 


Dropjied under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 
February 5, 1829. 


Apr. 


29 


1818 


76 




Jan. 


1 


1828 


79 




Mar. 


30 


1818 


69 


Died October 20, 1823. 


Apr. 


24 


1818 


65 


' 


Mar. 


3 


1819 


66 


Died August 23, 1826. 


Apr. 


29 


1818 


68 


Died May 28. 1826. 


Apr. 


14 


1818 


70 


Dropped under act May 1, 1S20. Restored commencing 
March 29. 1821. 


Apr. 


17 


1818 


75 


Died January 30, 1821. 


Apr. 


1 


1818 


81 


Died July 19," 1820. 



288 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing tlie Names, Rani-, d-c, of Persons Eesiding in Boclxincjliam 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 







Annual 






When 


placed 


Names 


Rank 


Allow- 


Description 


of service 




on 






ance 






pension roll 


Thomas Mathes 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. 


line 


Nov, 


26, 1818 


William ^Sloulton 


" 


96.00 


(( 




Nov. 


27, 1818 


Benjamin Morse 


" 


96.00 


<( 




Jan. 


11, 1819 


Caleb Mitchell 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. 


line 


Oct. 


6, 1819 


Nicholas Marriner 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. 


line 


Dec. 


3, 1819 


James Mullen 


« 


96.00 


" 




Feb, 


4, 1820 


Matthias Marston 


" 


96.00 


a 




May 


5, 1820 


Joseph Nealey 


" 


96.00 


" 




Mar. 


17, 1819 


James Orne 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. 


line 


Jan. 


20, 1820 


Thomas Pratt 


[Mate 


30.00 
40.00 
96.00 


N. H. cont. 
(1 


line 


Oct. 


10, 1818 


Thomas Phimmer 


Gunner's 


96.00 


Navy continental 


Deo. 


22, 1818 


Nathan Plummer 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. 


line 


Apr. 


13, 1819 


David Patten 


*' 


96.00 


Mass. cont. 


line 




" 


Henry Parkinson 


Lieutenant 


240.00 


N. J. cont. 


line 


Feb. 


8, 1819 


John Parker 


Private 


96.00 


R. I. cont. 


ine 


Apr. 


16, 1819 


Eichard Presbj' 


<( 


96.00 


N. H. cont. 


line 


Apr. 


19, 1819 


Jethro Petteno-ill 


« 


96.00 


<( 




May 


25, 1819 


Eliphalet Pillsbury 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. 


line 


June 


24, 1819 


Samuel Remick 


*' 


96.00 


N. H. cont. 


line 


Apr. 


13, 1818 


« 
« 


" 


48.00 
96.00 


'' 




May 
Jan. 


7, 1823 
30, 1829 


John Paynes 


Capt's clerk 


96.00 


Navy continental 


Apr. 


3, 1818 


Daniel Rollins 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. 


line 


Sept. 


23, 1818 


Jonathan Roberts 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. 


line 


Dec, 


7, 1818 


Joseph Ripley 


*' 


96.00 


" 




Oct, 


14, 1819 


Samuel Rowell 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. 


line 


April 


13, 1819 


Joseph Robinson 


" 




" 




Dec, 


19, 1821 


Israel Rowell 


" 


96.00 


" 




Oct, 


9, 1819 


Enoch Rowe 


" 


96.00 


(( 




Dec, 


22, 1830 


Stephen Richardson 


(( 


24.00 
38.40 


u 








" 


" 


96.00 


H 




July 


20, 1819 


Thomas Speed 




96.00 


(t 




Nov. 


27, 1818 


Levi Stickney 






" 




Dec, 


7, 1818 


Thomas Sherburne 


Capt's mate 


96.00 


Navy continental 


Dec, 


22, 1818 



REVOLUTIONARY DOUCJMENTS 



289 



County in the State of New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the 18th of March, 181S. 



Commencement 
of pension 




Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 
the pension roll; and remarks. 



Apr. 

Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 

Apr. 
May 
Nov. 
Jan. 
Oct. 
May 

Apr. 
Apr. 



Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 



Feb. 
Mar. 

Mar. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
May 

May 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Dec. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
Apr. 

Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 



6, 


1818 


69 


9, 


1818 


72 


20, 


1818 


81 


3, 


1818 


69 


17, 


1818 


65 


7, 


1818 


64 


6, 


1818 


71 


8, 


1818 


62 


29, 


1819 


SO 


11, 


1806 




24, 


1816 




1, 


1818 




6, 


ISIS 


75 


7, 


1818 


70 
69 


17, 


1818 


81 


20, 


181S 


71 


17, 


1818 


64 


14, 


1818 


74 


7, 


181S 


72 


1, 


1823 


75 


9, 


1829 




26, 


181S 


70 


11, 


ISIS 


80 


13, 


1818 


72 


2, 


1818 


81 


7, 


1818 


70 


19, 


1821 


70 


16, 


1819 


60 


13, 


1830 


82 


4, 


17S9 




24, 


1816 


66 


17, 


1818 




3, 


1818 


77 


13, 


1S18 


65 


4, 


1818 


83 



Died December 26, 1833. 



Died August 7, 1823. 

Died June 6, 1827. 

Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Eeinstated Aug. 10, 

1822. Died August 25, 1825. 
Died October 16, 1831. 
Died August 20, 1S24. 
Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 
April 10, 1806. Invalid pension. 
Increased by act March 3, 1809. 
Kelinquished for the benefit of act March 18, 1818. Died 

August 21, 1828. 



Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Eeinstated December 26, 

1S22. 
Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 
Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 
Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Eeinstated February 16, 

1821. Died January 18, 1827. 
Died January 25, 1831. 
Died December 25, 1823. 
Dropped under act May 1, 1820, and restored to invalid 

roll. 
Invalid pension. Act April 10, 1806. 
Dropped from invalid roll and restored to revolutionary 

under act May 1, 1823. 
Died October 11, 1827. 

Died October 25. 1819. 

Suspended act May 1, 1820. Eestored commencing Feb- 
ruary 2, 1829. 
Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 



June 7, 1785. Invalid pension. 
Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Eelinquished for the benefit of act March 18, 1818. Sus- 
pended under act Mav 1, 1820. 
Died October 31, 1826. 
Died September 3, 1824. 
Died August 11, 1829. 



290 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement SJioiving the Names, Rank, cGc, of Persons Residing in Rockingham 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 







Annual 




When 


placed 


Names 


Rank 


Allow- 


Description of service 




on 






ance 




pension roll 


Ebenezer Smith 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Jan. 


26, 1819 


Michael Sudrick 


" 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


5, 1819 


Samuel Smith 


" 


96.00 


ti 




" 


Thomas Shannon 


" 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


13, 1819 


Thomas Sherwill 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 




" 


Jeremy Smith 


" 


96.00 


" 


Apr. 


16, 1819 


Asa Senter 


Captain 


240.00 


N. H. cont. line 


May 


25, 1819 


Robert Stewart 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


June 


5, 1819 


Mark Staples 


Mariner 


96.00 


Mass. cont. navy 


Sept. 


15, 1819 


Jonathan Seavey 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Nov. 


18, 1819 


Thomas Shaw 


" 


96.00 


" 


Sept. 


7, 1820 


Edward Sands 


[ficer 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Oct. 


24, 1821 


Eleazer Taft 


Non.com. of- 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


June 


30, 1818 


William Towle 


Sergeant 


96.00 


" 


Nov. 


26, 1818 


Moses Turner 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Apr. 


13, 1819 


Vincent Torr 


« 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Apr. 


19, 1819 


Joshua Thompson 


Lieutenant 


240.00 


(( 


July 


14, 1819 


Timothy Tilton 


Ensign 


240.00 




July 


27, 1819 


John Todd 


Seaman 


96.00 


Continental navy 


Mar 


26, 1819 


Eobert B. Wilkins 


Private 


20.00 

40.00 


N. H. cont. line 






« 


" 


96.00 


" 






« 


Lieutenant 


240.00 


" 


May 


25, 1819 


Josiah AVhitcomb 


Private 


96.00 


^lass. cont. line 


Oct. 


1, 1818 


James Wedo-ewood 


Lieutenant 


240.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Dec. 


22, 1818 


"William C. White 


Mariner 


96.00 


Continental navy 


Mar. 


11, 1S19 


Daniel Watson 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Mar. 


17, 1819 


Samuel "iVhidden 


" 


96.00 


<( 


Apr. 


13, 1819 


Thomas Waters 


" 


96.00 


<( 




" 


Thomas Wood 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 




" 


Samuel Ward 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Apr. 


19, 1819 


Daniel Woodman 


" 


96.00 


" 




" 


David Watson 


" 


96.00 


" 




" 


Levi Whitman 


.. 


96.00 


(( 


May 


24, 1819 


Jacob Walden 


Mariner 


96.00 


Continental navy 


July 


31, 1819 


Luke Woodbury 


Ensign 


240.00 


N. H. cont. line 


^fay 


25, 1819 


Daniel Whittier 


Sergeant 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 




" 


Stephen Worthen 


Private 


96.00 


** 


Sept. 


8, 1819 


Leonard \Miitney 


" 


96.00 


" 


July 


26, 1819 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



291 



County in the State of New HampsMre, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the ISth of March, ISIS. 



Commenc 


ement 


Asres 


Laws under which they were formerly 


inscribed on 


of 


pension 


*i^'_o 


pension roll; and remarks. 




Apr. 


■", 


1818 


76 


Died July 23, 1831. 




Mar. 


28, 


1818 


78 


Died June 5, 1832. 




May 


IS, 


ISIS 


75 


Died January 4, 1824. 




Apr, 


7, 


1818 


73 
68 


Died January 24, 1831. 




May 


11, 


1818 


64 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 




Apr. 


11, 


1818 


70 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 




Apr. 


16, 


1S18 


75 


Died March S, 1824. 




May 


15, 


1818 


72 


Died April 3, 1830. 




Apn 


1", 


1818 


78 






Oct. 


1, 


1819 


65 


Died January 27, 1S23. 




Apr. 


8, 


1818 


66 


Died Aug-ust 19, 1824. 




Apr. 


4, 


1818 


89 


Died July 3, 1834. 




Apr. 


6, 


1818 


87 






Apr. 


7, 


1818 


72 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Restored 
January 27, 1827. 


commencing- 


Apr. 


15, 


1818 


61 


Suspended under act ^^ray 1, 1820. Restored 
February 16, 1821. Died May 24, 1829. 


commencing 


Apr. 


17, 


1818 


70 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 




Apr. 


7, 


ISIS 


75 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Restored 
February IS, 1829. Died January 11, 1831. 


commencing- 


Apr. 


13, 


1818 




Transferred from York county, Maine, March 4, 1830. 


Sept. 


4, 


1794 




April 20, 1796. Invalid pension. 




Jan. 


20, 


1808 




Increased by act July 5, 1812. 




Apr. 


24, 


1S16 


71 


Increased by act Apr. 24, 1816. 




Apr. 


16, 


1818 




Relinquished for the benefit of act March 18, 
quished for the benefit of act May 15, 1828 


1818. Relin- 


Apr. 


9, 


1818 


73 


Died January 9, 1834. 




Apr. 


1, 


1818 


72 


Died Mav 18, 1826. 




Apr. 


13, 


ISIS 


61 


Died May 14, 1827. 




Apr. 


4, 


1818 


SI 






Apr. 


7, 


1818 


72 
69 
64 


Died June 1, 1830. 




Apr. 


17, 


1818 


Died February 27, 1822. 




Apr. 


27, 


1818 


71 


Died April 22, 1822. 




Apr. 


1. 


1818 


70 






Apr. 


17, 


1818 


71 


Dropped under act May 1, 1S20. Restored 
February 22, 1821. 


commencing- 


Apr. 


4, 


1818 


75 






Apr. 


7, 


1S18 


73 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 




May 


15, 


1818 


68 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 




Apr. 


13, 


1818 


73 






June 


17, 


1818 


79 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Restored 
April 15, 1823. 


commencing- 


Apr. 


17, 


1818 


58 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 





292 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, RanJc, &c., of Persons Residing in RocHnghwn 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 







Annual 




When placed 


Names 


Eank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


on 
pension roll 


Caleb Whitney- 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Aug. 2, 1819 


Isaac Westcott 




96.00 


" 


Sept. 10, 1819 


Thomas Wilson 




96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Sept. 21, 1819 


Jedediah Weeks 




96.00 


" 


Jan. 14, 1820 


Archelans White 




96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


" 


Eobert York 




96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Nov. 27, 1818 


Samuel White 




96.00 




Sept. 5, 1820 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



293 



County in the State of New Hmrtpshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the 18th of March, 1818. 



Commencement 


Ages 


Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 


of pension 


the pension roll; and remarks. 


Apr. 16, 1818 


83 




Mar. 23, 1818 


76 




Apr. 29, 1818 


72 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 13, 1818 


72 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 14, 1818 


73 


Died July 29, 1826. 


Apr. 20, 1818 


68 


Died April 21, 1821. 


Sept. 18, 1819 


68 


Deserted. 



294 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Shoiving the Names, Baiik, &c., of Persons Residing in Strafford 

Pension List wider the Act of Congress 







Annual 




When 


placed 


Names 


Rank 


Allow- 


Descriptiou' of service 




Dn 






ance 




pension roll 


Dudley G. Adams 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Sept. 


23, 1818 


Joseph Ames 


" 


96.00 


•' 


Mar. 


15, 1819 


Amos Ames 


Sergeant 


96.00 


" 


Apr. 


19, 1819 


Theodore Atkinson 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


July 


24, 1819 


Ebenezer Adams 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Feb. 


14, 1820 


Abijah Benton 


<' 


96.00 


" 


June 


15, 1819 


Sylvanus Brimhall 


(( 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Oct. 


6, 1818 


Koah Buswell 


(( 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Mar. 


5, 1819 


Nathaniel Brown 


Fifer 


96.00 


" 




" 


Edward Brown 


Private 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


19, 1819 


Abel Brown 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


^lar. 


21, 1819 


James Burnham 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


May 


1, 1819 


Andrew Bickford 


" 


96.00 


" 


June 


11, 1819 


Amos Barnes 


" 


96.00 


" 


July 


20, 1819 


John Brewster 


Captain 


240.00 


" 


July 


23, 1819 


Benjamin Brown 


Private 


96.00 


" 


Sept. 


21, 1819 


Stephens Burley 


" 


96.00 


" 


Sept. 


29, 1819 


Benjamin Brovsoi 2nd 


•' 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Oct. 


6, 1819 


Jonathan Buzzell 


(i 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


Nov. 


2, 1819 


Joseph Bean 


" 


96.00 


" 


Feb. 


14, 1820 


Moses Brown 


" 


96.00 


" 


June 


29, 1820 


Henry Buzzell 


" 


96.00 


<i 


June 


3, 1825 


Amos Blodffett 


" 




Mass. cont. line 


June 


1, 1821 


Daniel Cook 1st 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Sept. 


22, 1S18 


Amos Cogswell 


Major [ticer 


240.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Feb. 


13, 1819 


Jonathan Chase 


Xon-com.of- 


90.00 


X. H. cont. line 


Apr. 


19, 1819 


Corj^don Chesley 


Private 


96.00 


" 




" 


Daniel Cook 2nd 


Sergeant 


96.00 


" 




" 


Joseph Clough 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Apr. 


20, 1819 


Jonathan Choate 


" 


96.00 


<> 




" 


Asa Currier 


" 


96.00 


" 




<( 


Jason Chamberlain 


" 


96.00 


X''. H. cont. line 


June 


9, 1819 


John Canney 


" 


96.00 


<< 


Aug. 


6, 1819 


Edward Cater 


" 


96.00 


" 




" 


James Coleman 


" 


96.00 


" 


July 


6, 1819 


Peter Cook 


" 


96.00 


" 


Dec. 


31, 1819 


Ephraim Chamberlain 


" 


96.00 


" 


May 


8, 1820 


Thomas Clements 


" 


96.00 


" 


June 


5, 1820 


William Connolly 


" 


96.00 


(1 


Sept. 


7, 1820 


Joseph Carswelf 


" 


96.00 


" 


Dec. 


14, 1820 


Oliver Clough 


" 


96.00 


" 


Jan. 


5, 1822 


John Clough 


♦' 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Jan. 


30, 1832 


Thomas Callahan 


<< 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


Sept. 


30, 1823 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



295 



County in the State of New Hampshire, ^Yho Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the 18th of March, ISIS. 



Commencement 


A crpc 


Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 


of 


pension 


rij^co 


the pension roll; and remarks. 


Apr. 


6, 181S 


62 


Died August 11, 1820. 


Apr. 


IS, ISIS 


57 


Died August 23, 1822. 


Apr. 


16, ISIS 


78 




Apr. 


20, 1818 


55 


Dropped act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


6, 1818 


76 


Dropped act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing March 

31, 1828. 
Died May 26, 1823. 


Apr. 


18, 1818 


79 


Died February 24, 1821. 


May 


7, 1818 


64 


Died July 14, 1826. 


Apr. 


24, 1818 






Apr. 


15, 1818 


66 


Died May 8, 1821. 


Apr. 


1, 1S18 


68 




Apr. 


15, 181S 




Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


1, 1818 


72 




Apr. 


15, 1818 


77 




Apr. 


4, 1818 


78 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Apr, 


28, 1818 


57 




Apr. 


20, 1818 


72 




June 


25, 1818 


70 


Dropped act May 1, 1820. 


Oct. 


4, 1819 


59 


Dropped act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


17, 1818 


64 


Died January 14, 1823. 


Sept. 


10, 1819 


88 




May 


28, 1825 


78 




Apr. 


20, 1818 


73 


Transferred from Middlesex county, Mass., Mar. 4, 1826. 


Apr. 


7, 1818 




Died August 19, 1823. 


Apr. 


11, 1818 


65 


Dropped act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


25, 1818 


85 




Mar. 


26, 1818 


70 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


14, 1818 


76 


Died January 11, 1832. 


Apr. 


27, 1818 


69 


Died February 27, 1825. 


Apr. 


24, 1818 


88 




Apr. 


9, 1818 


67 


Dropped act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing August 
6, 1823. 


Apr. 


22, 1818 


67 


Died January 29, 1823. 


Apr. 


18, 1818 


80 




Apr. 


7, 1818 


75 


Died January 7, 1826. 


Apr. 


15, 1818 


73 


Died August 2, 1826. 


Apr. 


24, 1818 


74 






" 


63 


Dropped act May 1, 1820. 


May 


11, 1818 


84 


Died February 10, 1831. 


Apr. 


17, 1818 


68 


Died October 4, 1823. 


Aug-. 


2, 1820 


78 




July 


11, 1818 


76 




Jan. 


28, 1832 


80 




Aug. 


5, 1823 


69 


Died February 28, 1833. 



296 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Rani, &c., of Persons Residing in Strafford 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 



Names 



Ephraim Cram 
Andrew Campbell 
Jonathan Downing 
John Durgin 
Ephraim Doten 
Abraham Drake 
Samuel Dalton 
Thomas Danforth 
James Dockham 
Solomon Drown 
Benaiah Dore 

Joseph Daniell 

Thomas Dolloff 
Rama Emery 
Samuel Elkins 
Joshua Edgerly 
Joseph Ellis 
Abner Fowler 
Samuel Fall 
Joshua Fernald 
Moses Ferrin 
Ebenezer Farnum 
William Ferguson 2nd 
William Gordon 
John Oilman 
Eli Glines 
Jeremiah Oilman 
John Gray 
John Garland 

Robert Gray 
Ezekiel Oilman 
Israel Glines 
Solomon Gray 
Nathaniel Hayes 

Nathan Hoit 
Ebenezer Horson 
Elijah Hall 
Jesse Hardy 
Timothy Horson 





Annual 




Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Mariner 


96.00 


Continental navy 


Private 


96.00 
96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


" 


96.00 


" 


" 


96.00 


" 


" 


96.00 


" 


" 


96.00 


" 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


" 


96.00 


« 


" 


96.00 


" 


" 


96.00 


" 


" 


96.00 


" 


(( 


96.00 


" 


" 


96.00 


11 


Corporal 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Ensign 


240.00 


" 


Private 


96.00 
96.00 
96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Sergeant 


96.00 


" 


Lieutenant 


240.00 


(< 


Private 


96.00 


" 


Captain 


240.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Private 


96.00 
96.00 


N, H. cont, line 




96.00 


Mass. cont. line 




96.00 


N, H. cont. line 




96.00 


(< 




96.00 


" 




96.00 


<< 


Lieutenant 


240.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Private 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 




96.00 





When 


placed 




on 




pension 


roll 


Mar. 


26, 


1819 


July 


14, 


1819 


June 


2, 


1818 


Oct. 


6, 


1818 


Feb. 


3, 


1819 


Mar. 


27, 


1819 


Mar. 


16, 


1819 


July 


2, 


1819 


May 


28, 


1819 


July 


6, 


1819 


Sept. 


7, 


1819 


Oct. 


6, 


1819 


May 


20, 


1819 


Sept. 


21, 


1819 


Nov. 


30, 


1819 


Mar. 


11, 


1819 


Apr. 


17, 


1819 


Mar. 


5, 


1819 


Mar. 


11, 


1819 


Apr. 


19, 


1819 


May 


20, 


1819 


July 


21, 


1819 


Nov, 


12, 


1818 


Mar. 


15, 


1819 


Mar. 


17, 


1819 


Apr. 


19, 


1819 


July 


24, 


1819 


Sept. 


6, 


1819 


Sept. 


7, 


1819 


June 


30, 


1818 


Mar. 


5, 


1819 


Apr. 


19, 


1819 



May 1, 1819 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



297 



Coimtij in the State of New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the ISth of March, 1818. 



Commencement 


Ages 


Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 


of 


pension 


the pension roll; and remarks. 


May 


7, 


1818 


84 
79 
78 
69 
63* 




Apr. 


1", 


1818 


Died December 21, 1824. 


May 


21, 


1818 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


30, 


1818 


74 


Died December, 1832. 


Apr. 


23, 


1818 






Apr. 


22, 


1818 


77 




May 


20, 


1818 


60 


Died Aug-ust 21, 1821. 


Apr. 


1, 


1818 


85 


Died September 14, 1822. 


May 


2, 


1818 


77 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. Eestored commencing Feb- 
ruary 13, 1829. 


Apr. 


14, 


1818 


76 


Dropped act May 1, 1820. Eestored commencing January 

27, 1829. 


Apr. 


23, 


1818 


72 




Apr. 


13, 


1818 


65 




July 


12, 


1819 


68 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


27, 


1818 


72 


Died February 8, 1821. 


Apr. 


8, 


1818 


63 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


27, 


1818 


81 


Died April 30, 1833. 


Apr. 


13, 


1818 


75 




Apr. 


29, 


1818 


77 
68 

72 


January 11, 1830. 


Apr. 


17, 


1818 


Died October 1, 1818. 


Apr. 


20, 


1818 


62 


Died July 17, 1826. 


Apr. 


11, 


1818 


65 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


18, 


1818 


78 


Died June 25, 1821. 


May 


16, 


1818 


68 




May 


15, 


1818 


75 


March 24, 1823. 


May 


4, 


1818 


69 




Apr. 


24, 


1818 


83 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Continued commenc- 
ing June 13, 1829. 


Mar. 


27, 


1818 


62 


Died August 25, 1822. 


Apr. 


11, 


1818 


59 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


24, 


1818 


74 




May 


7, 


1818 


62 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


7, 


1818 


72 


Dropped act May 1, 1820. Eestored commencing Janu- 
ary 9, 1829. 


Apr. 


24, 


1818 


62 


Died January 6, 1820. 


Apr. 


18, 


1818 


79 




Apr. 


14, 


1818 


68 


Died December 13, 1833. 


June 


IS, 


1818 


73 




Apr. 


24, 


1818 


70 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. Eestored commencing No- 
vember 11, 1828. 



298 



BEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Shoicing the Names, Bank, dr., of Persons Eesiding in Strafford 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 







Annual 




When 


placed 


Names 


Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


on 
pension roll 


Peter Howe 


Private 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


May 


15, 1S19 


Nathaniel Hayford 




96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


May 


24, 1819 


Sylvanus Hall 




96.00 


" 


June 


14, 1S19 


John Holmes 




96.00 


N, H. cont. line 


June 


11, 1S19 


Ichabod Horn 




96.00 


« 


July 


6, 1819 


Israel Hiickins 




96.00 


" 


Sept. 


6. 1819 


Levi Hutchinson 




96.00 


" 


Dec. 


4, 1819 


William Hayes 




96.00 


" 


Feb, 


14, 1820 


Richard Hoit 




96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Aug. 


4, 1820 


Jacob Hodo-don 




96.00 


" 


Nov, 


29, 1819 


Jonathan Hilliard 




95.00 


N, H. cont. line 


July 


8, 1825 


Benjamin Heath 




96.00 


Penn. cont. line 


Jan. 


20. 1819 


Andrew Horn 




96.00 


X, H. cont, line 


May 


1, 1819 


Samuel Howard 




96.00 


u 


Oct, 


6, 1819 


Robert Jackson 




96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


June 


11, 1819 


Benjamin Jewett 




96.00 


" 


July 


24, 1819 


Jonathan Kelly 




96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


Mar, 


5, 1819 


Zachariah Kelsey 




96.00 


" 


Mar. 


17, 1819 


John Kent 




96,00 


a 


May 


20, 1819 


Ephraim Knight 




96.00 


Mass. cont, line 


June 


18, 1819 


Samuel Lear 




96.00 


X, H, cont, line 


Mar. 


11, 1819 


Jonathan Leathers 




96.00 


Mass, cont. line 


Apr, 


19. 1819 


Robert Littlefield 


(( ' 


96.00 


" 


July 


20, 1819 


Eliphalet Lord 




96,00 


X\ H. cont. line 


Julv 


29, 1819 


Jonathan Leavitt 




96.00 


t< 


July 


6, 1819 


Benjamin Lamprey 




96.00 


" 


Jufy 


6, 1818 


Ephraim Libby 




96.00 


a 


Sept. 


14, 1819 


Abiel Lee 




96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Sept. 


21, 1819 


Prince Lane 




96.00 


X. H, cont. line 


Xov. 


6, 1819 


Nathan Lee 




96.00 


" 


Xov, 


24, 1819 


David Lang-ley 




96.00 


" 


Oct, 


25, 1821 


Ebenezer Luce 




96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Sept, 


21, 1818 


Nehemiah Leavitt 


Corporal 


30.00 
4S.00 


X. H. cont. line 






" 


(( 


96.00 


ti 


July 


8, 1818 


Samuel B. Mason 


Lieutenant 


240.00 


« 


Mar. 


17, 1819 


John Mitchell 


Private 


96.00 


" 




" 


William Mellen 


" 


96.00 


" 


Apr. 


19, 1819 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



299 



Counly in the State of New Hampshire, IHiO Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the ISth of March, IS 18. 



Commencement 
of pension 




Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 
tlie pension roll; and remarks. 



Apr. 9, 1818 
Apr. 27, 1818 
Apr. 25, 1818 



May 

May 
May 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
June 
Apr. 
Mar. 
Apr. 



7, 1818 

25, 1818 
12, 1818 

10, 1818 

8, 1818 
17, 1819 

8, 1818 
16, 1825 

11, 1818 

26, 1818 
14, 1818 



Apr. 


6, 


1818 


Apr. 


22, 


1818 


Apr. 


17, 


1818 


May 


11, 


1818 


Apr. 


25, 


1818 


Apr. 


20, 


1819 


Apr. 


30, 


1818 


Apr. 


17, 


1818 


Apr. 


24 


1818 


Apr. 


14, 


1818 


June 


24, 


1818 


May 


14, 


1818 


Jan. 


6, 


1819 


July 


5, 


1819 


Sept. 


28, 


1819 


Apr. 


25, 


1818 


June 


29, 


1818 


Apr. 


29, 


1818 


Dec. 


28, 


1811 


Apr. 


24, 


1816 


Apr. 


24, 


1818 


Apr. 


11, 


1818 


Apr. 


9, 


1818 


Apr. 


1-i, 


1818 



68 



77 
68 
57 
75 
SO 
71 
84 

74 
67 

83 
55 
65 
93 
80 
68 
55 
75 
61 
68 
75 
56 
71 
68 
70 
75 
66 
80 



69 

74 



Suspended act May 1, 1820. Continued commencing De- 
cember 13, 1824. Died November 3, 1831. 

Droijped act May 1, 1820. . Restored commencing- Febru- 
ary 3, 1824. 

Dropped act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing- Febru- 
ary 14, 1828. Died July 9, 1830. 

Dropped act May 1, 1820. Continued commencing Feb- 
ruary 4, 1829. 

Died May 9, 1823. 
Suspended act May 1, 1820. 
Died October 10, 1825. 

From Caledonia countj', Vermont, from September 4, 1832. 

Transferred from York county, Maine, September 4, 1826. 
Died October 12, 1831. 

Dropped under act May 1, 1S20. Restored commencing 
July 30, 1823. 

Dropped act May 1, 1820. 

Died May 21. 1829. 
Died May 17, 1832. 
Suspended act May 1, 1820. 
Suspended act May 1, 1820. 
Died February 9, 1832. 
Died November 4, 1821. 
Died August 25, 1826. 

Suspended act May 1, 1820. 
Died September 13, 1831. 
Suspended act May 1, 1820. 



Transferred from Tolland count}', Conn., from September 

4, 1826. Died May 11, 1830. 
July 15, 1812. Invalid pension. 
Increased by act April 24, 1816. 
Relinquished for the benefits of act March, ISIS. Died 

February 23. 1829. 
Relinquished for the benefit of act May 15, 1828. 

Died March 30, 1S23, 



300 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Ranlc, c(-c., of Persons Residing in Strafford 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 







Annual 




When 


placed 


NAlfES 


Rank 


Allow- 


Description of service 




an 






ance 




pension roll 


Stephen Meader 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Apr. 


19, 1819 


Jonathan Mason 


" 


96.00 


It 


May 


20, 1819 


James Marden 


" 


96.00 


>( 


May 


24, 1819 


Parker Morgan 


" 


96.00 


t( 


July 


22, 1819 


Simeon Mason 


" 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 




*' 


David Morrison 


(< 


96.00 


(( 


July 


8, 1819 


Benjamin Morse 2nd 


<< 


96.00 


^fass. cont. line 


Sept. 


13, 1819 


Daniel Moulton 


" 


96.00 


« 


Sept. 


23, 1819 


Samuel Morrison 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Feb. 


14, 1820 


William Morrill 


'• 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Mar. 


31, 1820 


John Mills 


Seaman 


96.00 


Continental navy 


Apr. 


30, 1821 


Joseph [Marsh 


Private 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


Sept. 


6, 1819 


David Morrow or 












Merrow 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Xov. 


30, 1827 


Eliphalet Northey 


" 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


25, 1819 


Joshua Neal 


" 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


Dec. 


3, 1819 


Stephen Nason 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


I^Iay 


29, 1820 


George Nichols 


" 


96.00 


R. I. cont. line 


Sept. 


15, 1823 


Samuel Nute 


Lieutenant 


240.00 


X. H. cont. line 


May 


1, 1810 


Paul Otis 


Private 


96.00 


" 


May 


23, 1818 


Stephen Ormsby 


" 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


May 


24, 1820 


Jonathan Philbrook 


" 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


Sept. 


23, 1818 


Adna Pennyman 


Lieutenant 


240.00 


" 


Mar. 


5, 1819 


Pelatiah Penny 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Mar. 


17, 1819 


David Place 


Captain 


240.00 


" 




" 


David Piper 


Private 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


Apr. 


19, 1819 


John Piper 


'. 


96.00 


" 




" 


George Parshley 


" 


96.00 


it 




f< 


Thomas Parshley 


11 


96.00 


" 




<( 


John Pinner 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


May 


24, 1819 


Jonathan Prescott 


'• 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


July 


24, 1819 


Winthrop Pickering 


<< 


96.00 


" 


Xov. 


20, 1819 


David Page 


Marine 


96.00 


" 


Feb. 


14, 1820 


Moses Pattee 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


July 


23, 1819 


Jonathan Quimby 


" 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


June 


17, 1819 


James Quimby 


" 


96.00 


" 


Sept. 


23, 1818 


Jonathan Rundlet 


" 


96.00 


" 




" 


Jeremiah Rollins 


" 


96.00 


" 


Xov. 


27, 1818 


Timothy Ricker 


" 


96.00 


" 


Jan. 


26, 1819 


Joseph Ricker 


" 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


17, 1819 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



301 



County in the State of New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the ISth of March, ISIS. 



Commencement 
of pension 




April 21, 1818 

Apr. 13, 181S 

Apr, 24, ISIS 

Apr. 23, ISIS 

Apr. 25, 1818 

Apr. 21, 1818 

May 28, 1818 



Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 
the pension roll; and remarks. 



62 
68 
68 
68 
69 

65 

88 



Apr. 


25, 


ISIS 


79 


Apr. 


23, 


ISIS 


77 


Apr. 


25, 


1818 


83 


May 


15, 


1819 


72 


Apr. 


22, 


1818 


79 


Nov. 


8, 


1827 


81 


Apr. 


9, 


181S 


75 


Apr. 


14, 


ISIS 


68 


May 


8, 


ISIS 


71 


Aug-. 


6, 


1S23 


76 


Mar. 


23, 


ISIS 


81 


Apr. 


21, 


1818 


80 


Apr. 


13, 


1818 


76 


Apr. 


27, 


1818 


71 


Apr. 


24, 


1S18 


65 


Apr. 


16, 


1818 


73 


Apr. 


4, 


1818 


78 


Apr. 


14, 


1818 


67 


Apr. 


20, 


1818 


70 

77 


Apr. 


13, 


1818 


77 


Apr. 


25, 


1818 


68 


Apr. 


23, 


1818 


74 


Apr. 


4, 


1818 


71 


July 


26, 


1819 


75 


Apr. 


9, 


1818 


72 


Apr. 


30, 


1819 


68 


Apr. 


11, 


1818 


76 
75 


Apr. 


3, 


1818 


75 


Apr. 


7, 


ISIS 


75 


Apr. 


28, 


1818 





Died May 14, 1819. 



Suspended act May 1, 1820. 

Suspended act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing Feb- 
ruary 6, 1S29. 

Suspended act May 1, 1820. Continued commencing 
February 3, 1829. Died December 9, 1831. 

Suspended act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing Feb- 
ruary 4, 1S31. Died Aug. 16, 1S33. 



Died May 12, 1828. 

Suspended under act May 1, 1S20. Restored commencing 
February 10, 1829, 

Died December 3, 1829. 



Died May 21, 1S32. 
Died March 21, 1828. 



Suspended act May 1, 1820. 
Died November 4, 1820. 



Suspended act May 1, 1820. 
Suspended act May 1, 1820. 

March 25, 1S23. 
Died April 20, 1830. 
Died March 28, 1829. 



Restored commencing 



Died January 13, 1832. 

From Oxford countj^ Maine, September 4, 1826. 



Died July 22, 1825. 



302 



REVOLUTION AKT DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Bank, d'-c, of Persons Residing in Strafford 

Pension List utider the Act of Congress 







Annual 






When 


placed 


Names 


Eaxk 


Allow- 


Description of service 




on 






ance 






pension roll 


John Kobinson 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. 


eont. line 


Apr, 


19, 1S19 


George Eoberts 


Mariner 


96.00 


Continental navy 


June 


18, 1S19 


John Eoberts, 3rd 


" 


96.00 




" 


Apr. 


19, 1819 


Xathan Euss 


Private 


96.00 


Mass 


cont. line 


June 


5, 1819 


^Michael Eyan 


" 


96.00 


Continental navy 


Apr, 


19, 1819 


Benjamin Eoberts 


** 


96.00 


N. H. 


cont. line 


Sept, 


20, 1819 


Georg-e Eicker 


" 


96.00 




" 


Oct. 


6, 1819 


Eeuben Eicker 


" 


96.00 




" 




(( 


Nathan Eoberts 


'• 


96.00 




" 


May 


29, 1820 


Daniel Eog-ers 


" 


96.00 


Mass. 


cont. line 


Sept, 


7, 1820 


Peleg Eunnells 


(( 


96.00 


E. I. 


cont, line 


Mar, 


5, 182-4 


Noah Eobinson 


Lieutenant 
Captain 


120.00 
136.00 
240.00 


N. H. 


cont. line 


June 


14, 1819 


Jeremiah Smith 


Private 


96.00 




" 


Oct, 


6, 181S 


John Smith 


" 


96.00 




" 


Mar, 


5, 1819 


Jacob Sinclair 


Sergeant 


96.00 




" 




" 


Nathaniel Sabine 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. 


cont. line 


Mar, 


11, 1819 


Eli Sumner 


Sergeant 


96.00 




" 


Mar, 


17, 1819 


John Spiller 


Private 


96.00 




" 


Mar, 


26, 1819 


Samuel Sawyer 


" 


96.00 


N. H. 


cont. line 


Apr. 


19, 1819 


Benjamin Sleeper 


" 


96.00 




" 


May 


20, 181& 


Edward Smith 


" 


96.00 




" 


May 


24, 1819 


James Sanborn 


'• 


96.00 




" 


Apr, 


24, 1819 


Valentine Sargent 


" 


96.00 




" 




t( 


Jacob Smith 


" 


96.00 




it 


June 


18, 1819 


Samuel Small 


" 


96.00 




" 




" 


John Starbird 


Ensign 


240.00 




" 


July 


21, 1819 


Samuel Stackpole 


Lieutenant 


240.00 




" 


July 


23, 1819 


John Shores- 


Private 


96.00 


^fass. 


cont. line 


Sept, 


6, 1819 


Jonathan Smart 


" 


96.00 


N. H. 


cont. line 




" 


Benjamin Stephens 


{I 


96.00 


IMass. 


cont. line 


Sept, 


15, 1819 


William Shores 


Seaman 


96.00 


Navv 


continental 


Oct. 


12, 1819 


Samuel Shirley 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. 


cont. line 


Oct, 


30, 1819 


Ebenezer Spencer 


" 


96.00 




" 


Sept, 


14, 1821 


Eobert Sargent 


(( 


96.00 




" 


Apr, 


7, 1819 


Joseph Smith 


" 


96.00 


Mass. 


cont. line 


Sept. 


6, 1819 


William Twombly 


Ensign 


240.00 


N. H. 


cont. line 


June 


2, ISIS 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



303 



County in tlie State of New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the 18th of 31 arch, ISIS. 



Commencement 


-Veres 


Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 


of 


pension 


-*&^^ 


the pension roll; and remarks. 


Apr. 


23, 1S18 


7C 




Apr. 


20, 1819 


65 




Apr. 


20, 181S 


75 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


6, 1818 


SO 




Apr. 


1, 1S18 


70 




Apr. 


4, 1818 


76 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Eestored commencinq' 
February 5, 1829. Died April 3, 1830. 


Apr. 


11, 1818 


66 


Died January 6, 1826. 






70 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Eeinstated July 17, 
1821. 


Apr. 


29, 1818 


80 




Apr. 


24, 1818 


60 


Died May 12, 1824. 


Jan. 


6, 1824 


70 


Transferred from York county, Maine, September 4, 
1823. 


Oct. 


23, 1806 




March 3, 1807. Invalid pension. 


Apr. 


24, 1816 


56 


Increased by act April 24, 1816. 


Apr. 


23, 1818 




Eelinquished for the benefit of act March IS, 1818. Died 
February 10. 1827. 


Apr. 


28, 1818 


67 


Died June' 2, 1828. 


Apr. 


30, 1818 


69 




Apr. 


4, 1818 


65 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


14, 1818 


63 


Died August 20, 1825. 


Apr. 


16, 1818 


68 




Apr. 


29, 1818 


68 


Died June 15, 1819. 


Apr. 


14, 1818 


72 


Died April 30, 1827. 


Apr. 


7, 1818 


72 




.May 


2, 1818 


72 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Continued commenc- 
ing- June 8, 1831. Died January 6, 1833. 


Apr. 


24, 1818 


63 


Suspended under act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


4, 1818 


75 


Died June 4, 1829. 


Apr. 


21, 1818 


82 
78 
70 


Died December 1, 1826. 


Apr. 


1, 1818 




Apr. 


16, 1818 


83 


Died July IS, 1823. 


[May 


12, 1818 


76 




Apr. 


9, 1818 


85 




Apr. 


13, 1818 


63 


Died October 25, 1S24. 


Apr. 


21, 1S18 


78 




Apr. 


29, 1818 


84 


Died January 7, 1832. 


Sept. 


16, 1820 


83 


Died January 4, 1823. 


May 


11, 1818 


76 


Transferred from Oxford county, Maine, from Septem- 
ber 4, 1827. 


Apr. 


9, 1818 


82 


Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Eeinstated March 1, 
1822. Died May 31, 1832. 


Apr. 


11, 1818 


75 





304 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Bank, <S:c., of Persons Residing in Strafford 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 



Names 




Description of service 



William Taylor 
Samuel Thompson 
Samuel Thompson 2nd 
Ephraim Tibbetts 

David Thompson 
William Thorns 

Weymouth Wallace 



Enoch Wing-ate 
John Wadleig-h 
Benjamin Wakeley 
Matthias Welsh 
Caesar Wallace 
Benjamin Wallace 
John Watson 

James Wilkinson 
Phineas Wentworth 
Joseph Weed 
Silas White 
Jonathan Whitehouse 
Joseph White 
Stephen Webster 2nd 
Leonard Weeks 

James Worcester 
Daniel Wingate 
Elijah Witham 
Alden Washbourne 
Mark Wiggin 
Andrew Whitcher 

Charles Willey 
Francis Walls 
William Warren 
Nathaniel W^adleigh 
John Watson 2nd 
Joseph York 
Samuel York 
Samuel Yeaton 
Jonathan Younff 



Private 



Corporal 



96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 

96.00 



N. H. cont. line 

Conn. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 



Mass. cont. line 



30.00 N. H. cont. line 
48.00 



96.00 
48.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 
96.00 



Private 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


«' 


96.00 


t( 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


» 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


<( 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


Captain 


240.00 


Private 


96.00 


« 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


" 


96.00 


II 


96.00 


" 


96.00 



Conn. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 



Mass. cont. line 

N. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 



Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 

n 

Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 

Mass. cont. line 



When placed 

on 
pension roll 



Oct. 6, 1818 

Mar. 17, 1819 

Apr. 21, 1819 

July 2, 1819 

Sept. 9, 1820 

Feb. 10, 1819 



June 


30, 


1818 


Sept. 


23, 


1818 


Nov. 


28, 


1818 


Dec. 


7. 


1818 


Dec. 


10, 


1818 


Mar. 


5. 


1819 


Mar. 


11, 


1819 


Apr. 


19, 


1819 


June 


14, 


1819 


July 


22, 
« 


1819 


July 


6, 


1819 


June 


11, 


1819 


July 


7, 


1819 


Nov. 


24, 


1819 


Dec. 


3, 


1819 


Dec. 


4, 


1819 


Jan. 


14, 


1820 


May 


19, 


1820 


July 


19, 


1820 


Sept. 


21, 


1820 


Sept. 


14, 


1821 


July 


9, 


1829 


Feb. 


14, 


1820 


Mar. 


5, 


1819 


Mar. 


17, 


1819 


Apr. 


19, 


1819 


Sept. 


7 


1819 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



305 



County in tlie Slate of New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the IStli of March, ISIS. 



Commencement 


Vo^es 


Laws under which they were formerlj- inscribed on 


of 


pension 


-IjjCO 


the pension roll; and remarks. 


Apr. 


11 


, 1818 


63 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


24 


1818 


70 




May 


5 


1818 


73 




Apr. 


22 


1818 


68 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. Continued commencing 
February 10, 1829. 


Apr. 


11 


1818 


76 




May 


8 


1818 


60 


Transferred from York county, Maine, from September 
4, 1826. 


Sept. 


4 


1794 




April 20, 1796. Invalid pension. 


Ajir. 


24 


1816 




Increased by act April 24, 1816. Relinquished for the 
benefit of act March IS, 1S18, and dropped -under act 


Apr. 


2.5 


1818 


75 


May 1, 1820, and restored to invalid roll. Dropped 


Mar. 


4 


1820 




invalid roll and restored to Revolutionary roll under 


Feb. 


7 


1829 




act May 1, 1823. 


Apr. 


7 


1829 


74 


Died August 4, 1S2S. 


Apr. 


11 


1829 


70 




Apr. 


4 


1829 


91 


Died Xovember 16, 1827. 


Apr. 


16 


1829 


76 




Apr. 


23 


1829 


97 




Apr. 


24 


1829 


69 


Died December 10, 1S23. 


Apr. 


14 


1829 


64 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 
August 1, 1823. 


Apr. 


IS 


1829 


75 




Apr. 


13, 


1829 


80 


Died February 1, 182S. 


May 


13 


1818 


80 




May 


12 


1818 


75 




Apr. 


21 


1818 


73 




May 


12 


1818 


69 




June 


11 


1818 


86 


Died January 20, 1827. 


Apr. 


17 


1818 


75 


Transferred to Maine from September 4, 1821. Retrahs- 
ferred from York count}', Maine, March 4, 1826. 


Apr. 


21 


1818 


68 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


4 


1818 


65 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


Apr. 


27 


1818 


65 


Suspended act May 1, 1820. 


May 


2 


1818 


75 


Died February 23.^ 1821. 


Sept. 


9 


1819 


75 


Suspended act Maj^ 1, 1820. Restored commencing Jan- 
uary 4, 1828. 


April 


11 


1820 


79 




July 


22 


1820 


60 




July 


24 


1819 


76 




June 


25 


1829 


75 




Apr. 


25 


1818 


72 




Mar. 


28 


1818 


80 




Apr. 


4 


1818 


81 




Apr. 


1 


1818 


73 




Apr. 


14 


1818 


68 





30fi 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Banl-, cfr., of Persons Besiding in Sullivan 

Pension List under the Act of Congress 







Annual 




When 


placed 


Names 


Rank 


Allow- 


Description of service 




on 






ance 




pension roll 


Daniel Adams 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


June 


18, ISlf 


Samuel Abbott 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Nov. 


1, 181f 


Timothy' Bruce 


" 


96.00 


t< 


Jan. 


20, 181f 


Nathan Bolster 


" 


96.00 


" 


Jan. 


26, 1S2( 


Clement Corbin 


'* 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


June 


30, 1815 


Jonathan Clark 


" 


96.00 


^lass. cont. line 


Mar. 


5, isie 


Benjamin Cnttino- 


" 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Feb. 


9, 1S2( 


Nathaniel Challis 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


May 


14, 183( 


John Clark 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Dec. 


21, 183] 


Edward Dame 


" 


96.00 


it 


Dec. 


31, 182: 


Samuel Endicott 


Surg, mate 


240.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Sept. 


7, 182( 


Joseph Felt 


Private 


96.00 


" 


Mar. 


5, 181J 


Ebenezer Fielding 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Aug. 


3, 181? 


Asa Holden 


*' 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Jiine 


17, 1S1( 


Obed Lamberton 


" 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 




" 


Joel McGregory 


*' 


96.00 


" 


Nov. 


18, 1811 


John Priest 


Sergt. Major 


96.00 


it 


:May 


22, ISli 


James Pelts 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


July 


8, 1815 


Joseph Pullen 


" 


96.00 


(C 


Mav 


20, 181' 


Lemuel Eoyoe 


Sergeant 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Nov. 


12, 181. 


Thomas Eogers 


Private 


96.00 


" 


Julv 


19, 182( 


Howard Keed 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Oct. 


2, 181< 


Reuben Saunderson 


Lieutenant 


240.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Sept. 


23, 181J 


Samuel Sisco 


Private 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Nov. 


12, 181i 


Caleb Smart 


" 


96.00 


" 


Apr. 


21, 181< 


Amos Smith 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


June 


5, 181< 


Abraham Shattuck 


" 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Oct. 


12, 181< 


Daniel Stearns 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Sept. 


6, ISK 


Samuel Stearns 


" 


30.00 


Mass. cont. line 






« 


" 


48.00 


" 






« 


" 


96.00 


" 


Sept. 


9. 1S1< 


Moses Wright 


" 


96.00 


a 


May 


28, 1815 


Jacob Wright 


(( 


96.00 


" 


Sept. 


18, 181< 


William Williams 


" 


96.00 


" 


Dec. 


8, 182? 


Jacob Youngman 


(( 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Jan. 


20, 1811 


Thomas Young 


K 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


June 


17, 181' 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



307 



County in the State of New Hampsliire, IV/iO Have Been Inscribed on the 
Passed on the IStli of March, 1818. 



Commencement 
of pension 




Laws under which they were formerly inscribed on 
the pension roll; and remarks. 



May 

Sept. 

Apr. 

Oct. 

May 



Jan. 
May 
Dec. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Apr. 

Apr. 
May 

Apr. 
Oct. 

Apr. 
Apr. 

June 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Sept. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
May 

Oct. 

Apr. 

July 

Mar. 

Apr. 

June 

May 



4, 1818 
21, 1819 
IT, ISIS 
29, 1819 

6, 1818 



May 14, 1818 



4, 1819 

4, 1830 

24, 1831 
21, 1S23 
21, 1818 

25, ISIS 

6, 1818 
19, 1819 

8, 1818 

19, 1819 

30, 1818 

20, 1818 

8. 1818 
20, 1818 

1, ISIS 
4, 1819 

25, 1818 

30, 1818 

6, 1818 

30, 181S 

11, 1818 

12, 1S20 
20. 1808 
24, 1816 

9, 1818 

2, 1818 



July 6, 1819 



Nov. 
Apr. 



24, 1829 
24, 1818 



Apr. 8, 1818 



80 
79 
75 
76 
76 
69 

74 
71 

69 

SO 



78 



68 
79 



78 
SI 

67 
74 
76 



68 
69 



84 
SO 



Dropped under act May 1, 1820. 

Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencini? 

:\ray 6, 1S23. 
Dropped under act May 1, 1S20. Restored commencing 

February 20, 1S29. 



Dropped under act Maj^ 1, 1S20. Restored commencing 

August 14, 1823. 
Transferred from Vermont September 4, 1826. 
Dropped under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 

March 10, 1832. 

Suspended under act Maj- 1, 1820. Restored commencing 
February 12, 1829. 

Suspended under act Maj' 1, 1820. Restored commencing 
January 1, 1825. 



Transferred from York county, Maine, September 4, 1S23. 
Transferred from Vermont from September 4, 1S29. 
Died December 31, 1822. 

Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 

September 24, 1823. 
Suspended act May 1, 1820. 



April 27, 1810. Invalid pension. 

Increased by act April 24, 1816. 

Relinquished for the benetit of act March 18, 1818. 

Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 

March 15, 1830. 
Suspended under act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 

February 20, 1829, 

Dropped xnider act May 1, 1820. Restored commencing 

December 10, 1831. 
Suspended under act May 1, 1S20. Restored commencing 

April 9, 1S23. 



308 



KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Sliowing the Names, Eaiil', d-c, of Persons Eesiding in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Names 


Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


Tchabod Abbe 


Private 


39.32 


N. H. cont. line 


Moses Alden 


" 


23.33 


Mass. cont. line 


Philip Atwood 


" 


50.00 


Mass. militia 


Isaac Adams 


" 


48.66 


N. H. cont. militia 


Jacob Ammidon 


Priv. & Sergt. 


108.83 


" 


Samuel Bradford 


Lieutenant 


240.00 
320.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Joseph Brown 


Corp. & Priv. 


55.55 


N. H. militia 


Zadock Bartlett 


Private 


50.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Jeremiah Barnes 


" 


80.00 


Mass. militia 


Noah Bisbee 


(( 


36.66 


" 


Daniel C. Bryant 


Sergeant 


120.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Asa Britton 


Private 


27.54 


N. H. cont. line 


David E. Boynton 


Artificer 


43.33 


Mass. militia 


Rnfus Ballon 


Private 


23.33 


N. H. militia 


John P. Blake 


Sergeant 


37.49 


" 


Jacob Blodgett 


Private 


30.66 


" 


Job Brooks 


" 


20.99 


Mass. militia 


William Barron 


" 


23.33 


N. H. militia 


John Britton 


" 


20.55 


Mass. cont. line 


James Brewer 


Lieutenant 


106.66 


N. H. cont. line 


Jacob Baldwin 


Private 


37.34 


N. H. militia 


Oliver Brown 


" 


80.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Thomas Baker 


" 


34.99 


Mass. militia 


Benjamin Barker 


" 


33.33 


" 


Samuel W. Bowker 


Sergeant &c. 


93.33 


" 


Samuel Bassett 


Fifer 


34.35 


N. H. cont. line 


Timothy Bancroft 


Private 


23.33 


Mass. militia 


Levi Blood 


Priv. & Corp. 


82.29 


N. H. militia 


William Clark 


Private 


96.00 
80.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Ebenezer Carpenter 


Sergeant &c. 


65.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Alpheus Crosby 


Private 


50.66 


'* 


Elijah Cooper 


" 


30.00 


*' 


Benjamin Carpenter 


" 


20.00 


<( 


David Carpenter 


" 


80.00 


Continental militia 


Enoch Cummings 


" 


34.87 


N. H. cont. line 


Samuel Corey 


" 


47.98 


Mass. militia 


Daniel Cummings 


Priv. & Corp. 


63.33 


" 


John Curtis 


Priv. & Sergt. 


31.27 


N. H. cont. line 


Moses Cutting 


Private 


33.33 


Miass. cont. line 


Jacob Curtis 


Sergeant &c. 


70.64 


N. H. cont. line 


Nathan Capron 


Private 


29.34 


N. H. militia 


Benjamin Crooker 


" 


70.10 


Mass. militia 


John Curtis 


" 


80.00 


Vermont militia 



REVOI-UTIOXARY DOCUMENTS 



309 



CJicsJtire County, New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1832. 



When placed 


Commencement, 




Laws under which they were 


for- 




on 






Ages 


merly inscribed on the pen- 




pension roll 


of 


pension 




sion roll; and remarks. 




Nov. 


7, 1832 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


78 






Dec. 


7, 1832 




" 


74 






Feb. 


2, 1833 




" 


78 






Apr. 


13, 1833 




" 


73 






Apr. 


5, 1833 




" 


81 






Nov. 


12, 1818 


Apr. 


10, ISIS 


81 


March 18, 1818. 




July 


'9, 1832 


Mar. 


4, 1831 




Died July 23, 1S33. 




Nov. 


7, 1832 




" 


70 






Nov. 


27, 1832 




" 


78 






Dec. 


11, 1832 




" 


77 






Jan. 


7, 1833 




" 


82 






Jan. 


11, 1833 




" 


73 






Jan. 


24, 1833 




" 


70 






Jan. 


25, 1833 




" 


77 






Feb. 


1, 1833 




" 


70 






Feb. 


19, 1833 




" 


75 






Feb. 


25, 1833 
« 




i( 


81 

77 
69 
85 






Apr. 


15, 1833 




" 


89 
74 






Apr. 


8, 1833 




» 


4 < 






Jnne 


6, 1833 




" 


77 






May 


23, 1833 




" 


84 






Sept. 


24, 1833 




" 


74 






Jan. 


23, 1834 




" 


80 






Jan. 


9, 1834 




" 


74 






Oct. 


2, 1832 




" 


1 I 






Jan. 


10, 1819 


Mar. 


29, 1S19 


75 


March 18, 1818. 




Sept. 


20, 1832 


Mar. 


4, 1831 








Jan. 


21, 1831 




" 


90 






Jan. 


10, 1833 






71 






Jan. 


15, 1833 




jj 


88 


Died March 4, 1833. 




Nov. 


20, 1832 




,< 


76 
75 
81 


Died September 21, 1833. 




Nov. 


27, 1832 




" 


79 






Feb. 


28, 1833 




" 


76 






Mar. 


5, 1833 




" 


92 






Mar. 


6, 1833 




" 


87 






Apr. 


29, 1833 




" 


81 






Apr. 


26, 1833 




" 


76 






Apr. 


6, 1833 




" 


77 






Apr. 


3, 1833 




" 


74 


• 





310 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Shou'ing the Names, Tia)il', cCr., of Persons Residing in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Names 


Eank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


Elisha Chamberlain 


Private 


2fi.f)6 


Mass. militia 


Joshua Chadwick 


" 


.^0.00 


N. H. militia 


Joseph Cutler 


Sergeant 


38.20 


" 


Francis Cook 


Private 


43.P.3 


^[ass. militia 


Samuel Comstock 


" 


61.67 


N. H. militia 


Oliver Damon 


" 


26.66 


M'ass. cont. line 


Daniel Day 


(( 


20.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Thomas Dwinnell 


" 


33.55 


Mass. militia 


Jonathan Dwinnell 


" 


20.65 


N. H. cont. line 


Samuel Dow 


Priv., Sergt.,& 








Corporal 


30.99 


N. H. militia 


Samuel Derby 


Private 


40.88 


Mass. militia 


Alpheus Davis 


" 


40.00 


" 


Isaac Davis 


Fifer 


74.00 


" 


Darius Daggett 


Private 


80.00 


" 


Thomas Dutton 


" 


42.67 


Mass. cont. line 


Nathaniel Evans 


Priv. & Corp. 


96.00 
83.10 


« 


Jotham Eames 


Private 


57.98 


Mass. mil. & cont. 


John Emerson 


" 


."1.66 


Mass. cont. line 


Moses Eaton 


" 


20.33 


N. H. militia 


Thomas Edwards 


" 


26.66 


Vermont militia 


William Emery 


" 


31.98 


X. n. militia 


John Erskine 


" 


24.99 


Moss. cont. line 


Peter Fletcher 


" 


30.00 


^lass. militia 


David French 


" 


33.11 


N. H. cont. line 


Matthias Felton 


" 


30.00 


M}ass. cont. line 


Joshua Farnham 


" 


96.00 


" 


" 


" 


76.66 


" 


Joseph French 


Priv. & Mus. 


39.33 


" 


Joseph Forestall 


Private 


51.33 


Mass. cont. mil. 


Jonas Faulkner 


" 


20.00 


Mbss. cont. line 


Abner Foster 


" 


30.00 


Mass. cont. mil. 


Luna Foster 


" 


30.00 


N. H. cont. line 


James Gibson 


u 


96.00 
76.66 


Mass. cont. line 


Edward Gustine 


Sergt. & Priv. 


86.66 


Conn, militia 


Richard Gilchrist 


Private 


26.66 


N. H. cont. line 


Jonas Gary 


" 


50.00 


Mass. militia 


Thomas Goodridge 


" 


68.33 


" 


Francis Green 


" 


80.00 


" 


Phineas Glozen 


" 


36.67 


Mass. cont. line 


Simeon Hawes 


" 


42.22 


Mass. militia 


Moses Hill 


" 


34.44 


N. H. militia 


George Holmes 


" 


31.32 


Mass. cont. line 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



311 



Cheshire County, New Ilampshire, ^Y^lo Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1S32. 



When 


placed 


Commencement 




Laws under which they were 


for- 




an 






Ages 


merly inscribed" on the pen- 




pensi 


on roll 


of p 


ension 




sion roll; and remarks. 




Apr. 


6, 1833 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


70 






Aug. 


3, 1833 






79 






Sept, 


24, 1833 






82 






Nov. 


21, 1833 




" 


76 






Oct. 


10, 1833 






78 






Nov. 


24, 1832 






76 






Jan. 


10, 1833 






71 






Jan. 


25, 1833 




' 


SO 

82 






Feb. 


25, 1833 






78 

77 






Mar. 


15, 1833 

4< 






73 

78 
74 






Apr. 


15, 1833 






86 






i3ept. 


27 


1819 


June 2 


3, 1818 


75 


March 18, 1818. 




Sept. 


22 


1832 


Mar. 


4, 1831 








Nov. 


20 


1832 






78 






Feb. 


28 


1833 




' 


73 






Mar. 


8 


1833 




' 


81 






Dec. 


4 


1832 




' 


77 






Apr. 


5 


1833 




( 








June 


6 


1833 




' 


82 






Nov. 


20 


1832 




' 


71 

78 
78 






JS^ov. 


24 


1832 




. 






May 


19 


1820 


Dee. 


6, 1819 


76 


March IS, 1813. 




Feb. 


25 


1833 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


76 






Mar. 


6 


1833 






79 
76 
70 






Apr. 


15 


1833 










May 


23 


1833 






73 






June 


16 


1834 






69 






Nov. 


1 


1819 


Aug. 1 


4, 1819 


83 


March 18, 1318. 




Jan. 


24 


1833 


Mar. 


4. 1831 




Died April 21, 1833. 




Dec. 


20 


1832 






76 






Jan. 


7 


1833 






83 






Feb. 


1 


1833 






73 






Jan. 


31 


1834 






■ 76 






May 


21 


1833 






78 






Jan. 


16 


1834 






77 






Nov. 


7 


1832 






So 






Nov. 


4 


1832 






87 






Oct. 


20 


1832 






72 







312 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, EanJc, &c., of Persons Fcsiding in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




NAirFS 


Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


Ebenezer Hemenway 


Private 


50.00 


Mass. militia 


Edward Holman 


" 


20.00 


" 


John Harris 


" 


40.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Elisha Huntley 


" 


20.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Noah Hardy 


" 


47.43 


" 


Elias Hemenway 


" 


56.00 


N. H. militia 


Benjamin Hastings 


u 


96.00 
50.00 


Mass. cont. line 


William Hutehins 


Sergeant 


44.32 


N. H. cont. line 


Jeremiah Howard 


Priv. & Sergt. 


40.00 


Cont. militia 


Benjamin Howard 


Private 


35.33 


Mass. cont. line 


Levi Hancock 


" 


36.99 


Mass. militia 


Joshua Harrington 


Priv. & Sergt. 


27.16 


N. H. cont. line 


Joseph Henry 


Priv. & Sergt. 


64.96 


Mass. cont. line 


Joseph Howard 


Private [art. 


23.33 


Mass. militia 


William Hunt 


" 


64.66 


" 


Francis Henry 


" 


30.68 


^Mass. cont. line 


Timothy Hoskins 


n 


68.53 


Mass. militia 


Isaac Hall 


<( 


44.62 


Mass. cont. line 


Comfort Healey 


" 


23.33 


Mass. militia 


Xathan Hunt 


a 


36.67 


Mass. cont. line 


Ebenezer Herrick 


" 


31.33 


" 


Caleb Howe 


it 


41.67 


N. H. militia 


Zebulon Hodges 


" 


56.65 


Mass. state troops 


John Joslin 


Sergeant 


96.00 
120.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Moses Johnson 


Lieut., &e. 


205.74 


" 


Asa Jones 


Private 


96.00 


(( 


" 


" 


80.00 


« 


Nathaniel Joslin 


" 


20.00 


Mass. militia 


Peter Joslin 


(( 


41.33 


Mass. cont. line 


Ebenezer Jaquith 


" 


20.00 


Mass. militia 


Artemas Knight 


Lieutenant 


400.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Joshua Kittredge 


Private 


30.00 


N. H. militia 


Ichabod Keith 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


" 


it 


80.00 


u 


Benjamin Kemp 


Priv. of artil- 








lery& infantry 


29.16 


N. H. cont. line 


Elijah Knight 


Private 


143.33 


Vermont militia 


Thomas Kilton 


" 


20.00 


Mass. militia 


Asaph Lane 


" 


40.00 


Mass. state troops 


Samuel Lane 


it 


30.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Enos Lake 


" 


50.00 


iC 



KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



313 



Cheshire County, New Hampshire, ^Yllo Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1832. 



Wten placed 


Commencement 




Laws under which they were for- 




on 








Ages 


merly inscribed on the pen- 


pension 


roll 


of 


pension 




sion roll; and remarks. 


Nov. 


20, 


1832 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


74 




Nov. 


24, 


1832 




" 


68 




Jan. 


7, 


1833 




" 


74 




Jan. 


19, 


1833 




" 


73 




Feb. 


19, 


1833 




" 


76 
76 

72 




June 


17, 


1819 


Apr. 


29, 1819 


March IS, 1818. 


Feb. 


19, 


1833 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


84 




Feb. 


25, 


1833 




'" 


78 
75 




Nov. 


30, 


1832 




(1 


73 

79 
79 




Mar. 


5, 


1833 




i( 


SO 




Mar. 


6, 


1833 




" 


67 


Died Nov. 15, 1832. 


Apr. 


5, 


1833 




(( 


80 




Apr. 


3, 


1833 




<( 


81 




Apr. 


5, 


1833 




" 


73 




June 


6, 


1833 




<« 


71 


Transferred from Caledonia 
county, Vermont, from March 
4, 1S34, on April 21, 1834. 


Aug. 


3, 


1833 




« 


74 




June 


6, 


1833 




<( 


75 




Feb. 


25, 


1834 




(t 


76 


Died September 10, 1833. 


Jan. 


9, 


1834 




" 


76 




May 


22, 


1820 


Feb. 


29, 1S20 


76 


March 18, 1818. 


July 


21, 


1832 


Mar. 


4, 1831 






Jan. 


24, 


1833 




" 


93 




Sept. 


6, 


1819 


July 


1, 1819 


75 


March IS, 1818. 


Feb. 


5, 


1833 


]Mar. 


4, 1831 






Feb. 


18, 


1833 




" 


72 




Feb. 


28, 


1833 




<( 


74 




Aug. 


3, 


1833 




" 


75 




Oct. 


27, 


1832 




<< 


85 




Feb. 


25, 


1833 




(( 


75 




Jan. 


26, 


1820 


Oct. 


29, 1819 


79 


March IS, 1818. 


Nov. 


20, 


1832 


Mar. 


4, 1831 






Mar. 


6, 


1833 




« 


73 




Mar. 


8, 


1833 




" 


77 




Feb. 


20, 


1834 




(( 


82 




Feb. 


25, 


1833 




" 


75 




Aug. 


3, 


1833 




" 


77 





314 



EEVOLUTIONAKY DOCUMENTS 



Stateme-nt SJiowing {lie Names, Bcuik, &c., of Persons Eesiding in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Names 


Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description' of service 


Daniel Marsh 


Private 


80.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Constant Merrick 


" 


26.66 


Mass. militia 


Isaac Miller 


" 


43.33 


Mass. cont. line 


Timothy Metcalf 


Priv., Corp., & 








Sergeant 


90.00 


" 


Joseph Mason 


Sergeant 


112.00 


<t 


Hng-h Mason 


I*rivate 


40.00 


" 


Israel Maynard 


" 


50.00 


N. H. militia 


John McLean 


Sergeant 


50.00 


Mass. militia 


Josiah Moody 


Private 


30.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Thomas Moore 


" 


40.00 


N. H. militia 


Joseph Moore 


" 


21.66 


Mass. cont. line 


Eliakim Nims 


(( 


43.33 


N. H. cont. line 


Daniel Newell 


Sergeant 


60.31 


Mass. cont. line 


John Nash 


Private 


28.55 


Mass. militia 


Thomas Ockington 


Sergeant &c. 


66.66 


" 


John Putnam 


Private 


20.99 


N. H. militia 


Edward Phelps 


" 


30.00 


Mass. militia 


Ebenezer Page 


" fner 


27.32 


N. H. militia 


Richard Phillips 


Priv. & mari- 


66.77 


Mass. militia 


Asa Porter 


Priv. & Sergt. 


48.33 


N. H. militia 


William Parker 


Corporal 


88.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Silas Perry 


Private 


37.87 


n 


Gideon Phillips 


" 


80.00 


(t 


Nahum Parker 


Corp. & Priv. 


51.34 


« 


Ebenezer Potter 


Priv., Corp., & 








■Sergt. 


59.75 


(C 


Nathaniel Phillips 


Musician 


40.34 


<( 


Mark Packard 


Sergeant 


50.00 


N. H. militia 


John Phillips 


Musician 


43.70 


Mass. cont. line 


William Pike 


Private 


38.51 


" 


John Peavey 


Priv. & Corp. 


81. U 


N. H. militia 


John Putnam 


Priv. & Artif. 


49.56 


Mass. militia 


Bela Prouty 


" 


48.00 


N. H. militia 


Abijah Page 


Private 


26.66 


Mass. militia 


Levi Pratt 


Sergt. & Priv. 


51.66 


N. H, militia 


Samuel Rockwood 


Private 


60.00 


a 


David Rice 


" 


23.22 


Mass. militia 


William Richardson 


(( 


40.33 


a 


Thomas P. Richardson 


" 


43.88 


<( 


Jonathan Robinson 


Sergt. & Priv. 


51.67 


a 


Josiah Robbins 


Private 


66.66 


a 


Aquilla Ramsdell 


" 


66.66 


Mass. cont. line 


Laban Ripley 


" 


36.67 


" 


Josiah Rice 


<t 


22.33 


Mass. militia 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



315 



Cheshire County, New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1S32. 



When placed 
on 


Commencement 


Ag-es 


Laws under which they were 
merly inscribed on the pen- 


for- 


pension roll 


of pension 




sion roll; and remarks. 




Nov. 28, 1833 


Mar. 4. 1S31 


68 






Feb. 11, 1833 




74 






Feb. 19, 1833 




80 






Mar. 6, 1833 




79 






Mar. 5, 1833 




83 


Died February 18, 1834. 




Feb. 28, 1833 




74 






Apr. 24, 1833 




78 






Apr. 3, 1833 




79 






Jnne 25, 1834 










Feb. 8, 1833 




74 






Jan. 23, 1833 




75 






Nov. 27, 1832 




82 






Feb. 19, 1833 




80 






Jan. 9, 1834 




70 






Dec. 14, 1832 




83 


Died December 7, 1832. 




Dec. 20, 1832 




78 






Feb. 19, 1832 




72 






i< 




79 






Feb. 25, 1833 




78 






Jan. 21, 1834 




77 






Feb. 4, 1833 




79 






Nov. 27, 1832 




71 






Nov. 26, 1832 




72 






May 10, 1833 




74 






Mar, 6, 1833 
« 




83 
75 

82 






Mar. 5, 1833 








Apr. 8, 1833 




77 






June 13, 1833 




71 






Oct. 10, 1833 




78 
71 
73 






Oct. 24, 1833 








Jan. 23, 1834 




85 






Nov. 7, 1832 




74 

82 






Feb. 25, 1833 








Dec. 28, 1832 




75 






Feb. 21, 1833 




74 






Feb. 4, 1833 




81 






Feb. 28, 1833 




72 
77 
75 






Apr, 15, 1833 








(t 




80 


Died February 2, 1834. 





316 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statemmt Showing the Names, Ratik, &c., of Persons Residing in 

Pension List under Act of 



Names 



Rank 



Annual 
Allow- 
ance 



Description of service 



William Eixford 


Private 


78.77 


Mass. cont. line 


Moses Rider 


" 


30.66 


" 


Samuel Eobb 


" 


20.00 


N. H. militia 


Samuel Seward 


Sergt. & Priv. 


96.66 


Mass. cont. line 


John Snow 


Private 


30.00 


Mass. militia 


Barzilla Streeter 


" 


80.00 


E. I. militia 


Joseph Sawyer 


Sergt. & Priv. 


95.56 


Mass. militia 


Abner Smith 


Private 


20.00 


" 


Samuel Scripture 


" 


80.00 


IST. H. cont. line 


Asa Severance 


, , 


31.78 


N. H. militia 


Abiatha Shaw 


Mus. & Sergt. 


73.67 


" 


Benjamin Sawyer 


Private 


46.66 


]V. H. cont. line 


Timothy Skinner 


t( 


70.00 


Mass. militia 


Ivory Soule 


" 


21.32 


" 


Hezekiah Scott 


" 


41.45 


N. n. cont. line 


James Sawyer 




96.00 

46.88 


Mass. cont. line 


Samuel Stone 


Priv. & Corp. 


40.88 


" 


John Shirley 


Private 


36.66 


Mass. militia 


Philip Sweetser 


" 


50.00 


" 


James Stevens 


i( 


50.00 


it 


Eleazar Stoddard 


<( 


26.66 


N. H. cont. line 


Abner Smith 


" 


33.33 


Conn. cont. line 


Ivory Snow 


ti 


56.66 


N. H. militia 


Solomon Sawtell 


" 


80.00 


Mass. state troops 


Benjamin Thatcher 


f( 


96.00 


]Sr. H. cont. line 


i« 


'« 


80.00 


" 


Elisha Towne 


(< 


34.65 


Mass. cont. line 


Benjamin Tolman 


a 


36.66 


N. H. cont. line 


Ebenezer Tolman 


(1 


53.33 


" 


Daniel Thaver 


" 


43.33 


Mass. cont. line 


Abel Twitchell 


" 


20.00 


Mass. militia 


John Tozier 


" 


76.66 


X. H. militia 


John Tao-g-art 


Sergt. & Ens. 


90.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Henry Thayer 


Private 


26.60 


Mass. cont. line 


Xathan Twininsf 


(( 


80.00 


E. I. state troops 


David Townsend 


i( 


33.55 


X. H. militia 


Pompey Woodward 


" 


56.66 


Mass. militia 


Thomas Whipple 


i( 


22.33 


•' 


David Woolley 


« 


60.00 


, Mass. cont. line 


Joel Whitney 


" 


20.00 


" 


Peter Wilder 


t( 


20.00 


Mass. militia 


Benjamin Wood 


(< 


20.00 


" 


David Winchester 


" 


21.66 


" 


Abel Walker 


«( 


20.00 


" 



EE VOLUTION ARV DOCUMENTS 



317 



Cheshire County, New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1S32. 



When placed 

on 
pension roll 



Commencement 
of pension 




June 4 

Sept. 24 

Jan. 11 

Nov. 7 

Feb. 1 

Jan. 25 

ISTov. 20 

Jan. 7 
Feb 



Dec. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Mar. 

Mar. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
June 
Aug-. 
May 
July 
Jan. 
Feb. 



Feb. 
Mar. 



25 



Jan. 21 
Feb. 25 
Feb. 29 



1833 
1833 
1834 
1832 
1833 
1833 
1833 
1833 
1833 

1834 
1833 
1833 
1832 
1833 
1819 
1832 
1833 

1833 
1833 
1833 
1833 
1833 
1833 
1819 
1832 
1833 
1833 



19, 1833 
8, 1833 



10, 



Feb. 28, 

Nov. 27, 
May 
Dec. 

Dec. IS, 

Dec. 20, 

Nov. 24, 

Jan. 15, 

Jan. 25, 

Feb. 25, 



1833 
1832 
1833 
1832 
1832 
1832 
1832 
1833 
1833 
1833 



Mar. 4. 1831 



May 14, 1818 
Mar. 4, 1831 



Dec. 23, 1818 
Mar. 4, 1831 



74 
7(3 
74 
74 
81 



77 
73 
74 
79 

78 

S3 
79 
74 
S5 
78 
77 
74 
72 
73 

71 

78 
8(5 
77 
S3 
80 
82 
78 
79 
7S 



75 
71 
73 

83 
78 
74 



Laws under which they were for- 
merly inscribed on the pen- 
sion roll; and remarks. 



Died November 9, 1833. 
Died December 8, 1833. 



March 18, 1S18. 



Died February 15, 1834. 



March 18, 1818. 



Died November 15, 1832. 



318 



KEYOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Rani; &c., of Persons Eesiding in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Names 


Bank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


Nehemiah Wright 


Private 


36.66 


N. H. cont. line 


Oliver Wrig-ht 


" 


26.66 


" 


Ebenezer Wellington 


" 


80.00 


Mass. militia 


Dan Whipple 


" 


55.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Luther Wilder 


" 


30.00 


Mass. militia 


Stephen White 


" 


80.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Edward Watkins 


" 


23.33 


" 


Elijah Willard 


" 


23.33 


jV. H. militia 


John Whitcomb 


" 


47.50 


>( 


Benjamin Wheeler 


" 


60.00 


iST. H. cont. line 


Daniel Watson 


" 


25.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Asa Wilcox 


Corporal 


31.43 


N. H. militia 


Isaac Wyman 


Private 


56.66 


Mass. militia 


Abijah A\ihitcomb 


" 


26.66 


Mass. cont. line 


Enoch WTiite 


Priv. & Sergt. 


25.00 


Mass. militia 


Enoch Whitcomb 


Private 


21.32 


N. H. militia 


John Wheeler 


a 


30.33 


Mass. cont. line 


Abel Whetherbee 


" 


68.34 


Mass. militia 


Samuel Whiting 


Sergeant 


96.00 
120.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Daniel Wise 


Private 


40.00 


" 


Artemus Wilson 


" 


26.20 


i( 


Joshiia Willard 


" 


43.00 


Mass. militia 


Aaron W^ilson 


" 


20.22 


N. H. militia 


Joab Wetherbee 


" 


37.32 


Mass. militia 


Jacob Woodward 




24.77 


N. H. militia 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



819 



Cheshire Cowntij, New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1832. 



"When placed 

on 

pension roll 



Commencement 
of pension 



Asres 



Laws under which they were for- 
merly inscribed on the pen- 
sion roll; and remarks. 



Feb. 



Mar. 
Mar. 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

vSept. 

Dec. 

Nov. 



Mar. 

Feb. 

Apr. 

June 

June 

June 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

May 

Nov. 



25, 1833 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


77 
75 
71 


5, 1833 






83 


6, 1833 






72 
73 


8, 1833 






70 


7, 1832 






83 


9, 1832 






102 


26, 1832 






77 


5, 1832 








26, 1832 






78 
78 


(< 


'! 




83 
76 


S, 1833 






74 


28, 1833 






74 


26, 1833 






74 


30, 1818 


Apr. 


7, 1818 


79 


6, 1833 


Mar. 


4, 1831 




4, 1833 






79 


6, 1833 






77 


10, 1833 






75 


2, 1833 






76 


25, 1833 






75 


7, 1832 






72 



March 18, 1818. 



320 



KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Eanl', &c., of Persons Besiding in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Names 


Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


Andrew Adams 


Private 


46.66 


Mass. cont. line 


Pike G. Burnham 


" 


21.89 


N. H. militia 


Benjamin Clemens 




50.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Solomon Cook 


" 


23.33 


Mass. cont. line 


Joseph Daniels 


" 


48.33 


Mass. militia 


Iiichard Garland 


(( 


39.44 


N. H. militia 


Joseph Hodg-don 


" 


20.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Moses Ingalls 


Sergeant 


12U.00 


N. H. militia 


Benjamin Jordan 


Private 


SO.OO 


I\. I. militia 


James Lucas 


Lieut. & Pay- 








master 


320.00 


N. H. cont. line 


John ]McIntvre 


Private 


96.00 


iMass. cont. line 


" 


" 


37.84 


" 


Isaac Merriam 


" 


40.00 


" 


Antipas Marshall 


" 


60.00 


" 


Joseph Morse 


" 


31.35 


Mass. militia 


Abel Marshall 


" 


20.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Job Pierce 


" 


63.33 


R. I. militia 


Samuel Philbrook 


" 


39.00 


N. H. militia 


Nathaniel Porter 


" 


26.66 


Mass. cont. line 


Elijah Stanton 


jj 


96.00 
80.00 
80.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Isaac Stevens 


" 


u 


John Slack 


" 


36.66 


u 


Ebenezer Twombly 




20.88 





EBVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



321 



Coos County, New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1832. 



When placed 
on 

pension roll 


Commencement 
of pension 


Ag-es 


Laws under which they were for- 
merly inscribed on the pen- 
sion roll; and remarks. 


Feb. 


28, 1833 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


99 




Oct. 


1, 1833 






82 




Mar. 


9, 1833 






85 




June 


1, 1833 






83 




Mar. 


6, 1834 






96 


Died June 10, 1833. 


Apr. 


16, 1833 






71 




Dec. 


18, 1833 






79 




May 


6, 1834 






79 




Dec. 


5, 1832 






74 




Dec. 


3, 1833 






SI 




June 


7, 1820 


Apr. 


9, 1818 




March 18, 1818. 


July 


24, 1832 










Aug-. 


6, 1833 






72 




Sept. 


7, 1833 






78 




Nov. 


25, 1833 






71 




Dec. 


16, 1833 






69 




Dec. 


10, 1833 






75 




Jan. 


15, 1833 






78 




Apr. 


24, 1833 






72 




May 


20, 1819 


Apr. 


14, 1818 


70 


March 18, 181S. 


Jan. 


29, 1833 


March 


4, 1831 


70 




Sept. 


7, 1833 






82 




Mar. 


4, 1834 






77 




Mar. 


1, 1833 






76 





322 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Bank, d:c., of Persons Residing in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Names 


Eank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description' of service 


Ezra Abbott 


Private 


22.77 


N. H. cont. line 


Moses Atwood 


" 


26.66 


t( 


Diarca Allen 


(< 


80.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Georg-e Amey 


" 


26.55 


N. H. militia 


Asa Ames 


(( 


40.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Ebenezer Andrews 


t( 


20.00 


Mass. militia 


Spafford Ames 


(( 


80.00 


" 


John Andrews 


(( 


36.33 


N. H. militia 


Burpee Ames 


" 


41.33 


Mass. militia 


David Adams 


Corp. & Sergt. 


96.00 
106,67 


N. H. cont. line 


Samuel Barrett 


Private 


96.00 
70.00 


Mass. cont. line 

>< 


Daniel Blaisdell 


i( 


40.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Amasa Buck 


Priv. & Fifer 


35.55 


Conn. cont. line 


Isaac Blake 


Private 


25.99 


N. H. militia 


Elias Buckman 


Priv. &c. 


26.66 


i( 


Evan Bartlett 


" 


43.55 


Mass. militia 


Gideon Bridgman 


" 


21.66 


N. H. cont. line 


Asa Babbitt 


" 


20.00 


Mass. state troops 


Isaiah Bliss 


" 


31.10 


N. H. militia 


Peter Barber 


" 


20.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Benjamin Boardman 


Sergt. &c. 


99.66 


" 


Thomas Barrows 


Private 


54.99 


Conn, militia 


Nathaniel Bartlett 


<( 


75.32 


N. H. cont. line 


Eichard Buswell 


(1 


39.98 


N. H. militia 


Winthrop Bagley 


" 


48.32 


'* 


John Bailey 


" 


48.32 


N. H. cont. line 


James Burbeck 


" 


33.33 


N. H. militia 


Solomon Bayley 


" 


26.33 


Conn. cont. line 


Lemuel Barrett 


" 


30.00 


N. H. militia 


Henry Bemis 


" 


54.33 


N. H. cont. line 


Jonathan Blandin 


" 


80.00 


Mass. state troops 


John Bishop 


" 


28.32 


Mass. cont. line 


Samuel Bixby 


" 


41.66 


Mass. militia 


David Bixby 


" 


50.00 


U 


Jeremiah Bowen 


a 


36.66 


N. H. militia 


Jonas Brooks 


" 


36.66 


Mass. cont. line 


John Butler 


" 


21.66 


Mass. militia 


Jf)hn Bowley 


" 


49.42 


N. H. cont. line 


John Bailey 


" 


20.00 


Mass. cont. line 


John M. Bailey 


Priv. &' Corp. 


25.47 


N. H. militia 


Xoadiah Bissell 


Private 


26.33 


Conn. cont. line 


Elijah Barker 


" 


35.00 


Mass. militia 


Elisha Corliss 


" 


28.54 


X. H. cont. line 



KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



323 



Grafton County, New Hampshire, \Ylio Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congr-ess Passed June 7, 1832. 



"When placed 
on 


Commencement 


Ages 


Laws under which they were 
merly inscribed on the pen- 


for- 


pension roll 


of 


pension 




sion roll; and remarks. 




Oct. 


25, 1832 


March 4, 1831 


69 






Dec. 


3, 1832 




" 


73 






Feb. 


4, 1833 




" 


73 






Apr. 


1, 1833 




" 


73 






Aug. 


6, 1833 




" 


76 






Sept. 


24, 1833 




" 


89 






Oct. 


1, 1833 




" 


82 






Oct. 


10, 1833 




" 


73 






Feb. 


14, 1834 




" 


75 






Mar. 


23, 1819 


May 


12, 1818 


77 


March 18, ISlS. 




Feb. 


8, 1834 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


77 






Oct. 


30, 1819 


Oct. 


11, 1819 


73 


March IS, 1818. 




Aug-. 


16, 1832 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


73 






Oct. 


16, 1832 




" 


72 


Died January 10, 1833. 




Oct. 


24, 1832 




" 


78 






Nov. 


29, 1832 




" 


69 






Dec. 


10, 1832 




" 


70 






Dec. 


18, 1832 




,j 


74 
81 
79 






Jan. 


10, 1833 




" 


81 






Jan. 


15, 1832 




" 


73 






Jan. 


22, 1833 




" 


76 






Feb. 


9, 1833 




" 


83 

77 
72 






Jan. 


19, 1832 




» 






Apr. 


29, 1833 




» 


72 

82 


Died February 13, 1834. 




Apr. 


26, 1833 




" 


71 






Apr. 


25, 1833 




" 


79 






May 


18, 1833 




" 


73 






Apr. 


16, 1833 




" 


84 


Died June 24, 1S33. 




Apr. 


5, 1833 




" 


81 






Apr. 


3, 1833 




.. 


74 
80 






Apr. 


2, 1833 
(1 




*' 


77 
79 
79 






Apr. 


1, 1833 




" 






Sept. 


24, 1833 




,, 


■ 76 
79 

72 






Oct. 


2, 1833 




" 


86 






Dec. 


13, 1833 




" 


72 






Mar. 


24, 1834 




" 


82 






Nov. 


12, 1832 




" 


76 







324 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Shoiving the Names, Bank, &c., of Persons Besiding in 

Pension List under Act of 



Names 




Description of service 



Biley Cutting- 
Caleb Conant 
Stephen Chapman 
Nathaniel S. Clark 
John Clement 
Simeon Clement 
Joel Carbee 
Josiah Clark 
Theophilns Currier 
Moody Cook 
William Cross 
Daniel Cheney 
Zebedee Cutting- 
Jonathan Clark 
John Clark 
Parker Chase 
Enoch Colby 
Nathaniel Cheney 
Andrew Crook 
Jonathan Clark 
Richard Currier 
Nathan Cole 
Benjamin Davis 
Levi Day 

Caleb Dexter ' 

Salmon Dow 
John Durkee 
Samuel Dimmick 
Simeon Derby 
Thomas Demary 
Jedediah Danforth 
Jesse Dow 
Jason Downer 
Martin Drury 
Joseph Dearborn 
Josepk Downer 
Timothy Day 
Robert Demeritt 
Jonathan Dore 
Daniel Doty 
Thomas Emerton 
Thomas Eastman 



Private 



Priv. & Corp. 
Private 

Matross 
Private 



Capt. &c. 
Private 



Priv. & Sea 
Private [man 



20, 
30, 
49, 
SO. 
.■58. 
50. 
100. 
20. 
26. 
44. 

oo 

31. 
70. 
40. 
60. 
22. 
66. 
46. 
50. 
39, 
20. 
27, 
30, 
40, 
56, 
43, 
58, 
26. 
80, 
25, 
20 
37 
60 
30 
167 
33 
80 
29 
72 
25 
46 
45 



00 
00 
,98 
00 
76 
00 
,00 
99 
66 
,99 
,33 
,33 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.44 
.65 
.66 
.00 
.08 
.22 
.99 
.00 
.00 
.66 
.33 
.56 
.66 
.00 
.09 
.00 
.77 
.00 
00 
88 
33 
00 
55 
67 
00 
66 
10 



N. H. militia 



N. H. cont. line 
N. H. militia 
N. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 
N. H. militia 
Mass. cont. line 
N. H. militia 

Conn, militia 
N. H. cont. line 

N. H. militia 

Mass. militia 
N. H. cont. line 
Mass. militia 

N. H. militia 

!Mass. cont. line 
Conn, militia 
N. H. militia 

Conu. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 

N. H. militia 
Mass. cont. line 
Conn, militia 
N. H. militia 



N. H. cont. line 
N. H. militia 
N. H. cont. line 
Conn, militia 
Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 



REVOLUTIONAKY DOCUMENTS 



325 



Orafton County, New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, IS 32. 



"When placed 

on 
pension roll 


Commencement 
of pension 


Ages 


Laws under which they were for- 
merly inscribed on the pen- 
sion roll; and remarks. 


Nov. 3 


1832 


Mar. 4, 1831 


■68 

72 




Oct. 24 


1832 


i< 


72 
77 
72 
74 


Died October 24, 1833. 


Sept. 8 


1832 


" 


70 


Died February 19, 1834. 


Dec. IS 


1832 


« 


76 

81 




Apr. 29 


1833 


" 


83 




Apr. 27 


1833 


" 


86 




Apr. 24 


1833 


" 


73 




May 1 


1833 


" 


75 


Died April 30, 1833. 


Apr. 1 


1833 


i( 


72 
75 




Apr. 29 


1833 


" 


69 




June 1 


1833 


" 


77 


Died December 8, 1833. 


June 13 


1833 


" 


' 86 




Aug. 3 


1833 


" 


74 




Sept. 24 


1833 


" 


78 




Oct. 24 


1833 


" 


79 




May 4 


1834 


" 


79 


Died March 11, 1833. 


Oct. 20 


1832 


^j 


81 
79 




Oct. 22 


1832 


" 


73 




Oct. 29 


1832 


" 


72 




May 10 


1834 


" 


73 




Nov. 3 


1832 


" 


71 




Nov. 10 


1832 


" 


78 




Dee. 10 


1832 


" 


72 




Dec. 18 


1832 


" 


76 




Dec. 19 


1832 


" 


80 




Jan. 11 


1833 


■( 


77 




Feb. 11 


1833 


" 


78 




Feb. 26 


1833 


" 


92 




Feb. 28 


1833 


" 


75 




Mar. 15 


1833 


" 


78 




Apr. 16 


1833 


" 


74 




May 14 


1833 


" 


78 


'April 20, 1796. Invalid. In- 


Aug. 6 


1833 


" 


73 


creased under act April 24, 1816: 


Dec. 18 


1832 


t( 


91 


and relinquished for benefit of 






Mar. 4, 1795 


78 


^ act March 18, 1818. Dropped 
under act May 1, 1820, and re- 
stored again under act of April 
. 24, 1816. 



326 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Slatement Shoicing the Names, nanl; dec, of Persons Besiding in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Names 


Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


Thomas Eastman 


1 
Private 


72.00 
Ofi.OO 


N. H. cont. line 


<( 


" 


72.00 


" 


« 


" 


80.00 


>( 


James Eastman 


" 


50.00 


" 


Richard Ford 


" 


23.33 


R. I. cont. line 


Joseph Fellows 


« 


34.76 


N. H. militia 


Joseph Ford 


" 


60.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Nathan Follansbee 


" 


27.98 




Jonathan French 


" 


36.66 


" 


Jonathan Fellows 


" 


76.6.5 


" 


Ebenezer Foss 


« 


44.54 


(( 


Jonathan Franklin 


Sergeant 


64.33 


Mass. militia 


John Foss 


Private 


23.33 


N. H. militia 


John Follansbee 


" 


76.66 


N. H. cont. line 


Enoch Freeman 


" 


34.89 


Conn, militia 


Josiah Flanders 


" 


50.44 


N. H. militia 


Onesiphorns Flanders 


" 


33.33 


X. H. cont. line 


Josiah Fellows 


« 


28.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Reuben Grant 


" 


40.00 


N. H. cont. line 


John Gross 


Sergeant 


120.00 


Conn, militia 


John Gilbert 


Private 


60.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Amos Gould 


" 


20.00 


Mass. militia 


Ebenezer Gove 


" 


50.00 


N. H. militia 


John C. Gale 


" 


23.66 


" 


William Greenough 


Druinmer 


65.33 


X. H. cont. line 


James Gould 


Private 


80.00 


** 


David Guernsey 


" 


21.33 


i( 


Daniel Harvey 


" 


41.65 


N. H. militia 


David Hayes 


" 


25.55 


" 


Joshua Howard 


Lieut. & Capt. 


136.88 


N. H. cont. line 


Jonathan Howe 


Private 


61.44 


N. H. militia 


Isaac Houston 


" 


36.66 


" 


Aaron Hibbard 


Fifer 


SS.OO 


Conn. cont. line 


Jonas Hadley 


Private 


33.88 


Mass. militia 


Samuel Hudson 


" 


40.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Moses Huntoon 


" 


40.00 


i( 


Eli Haskins 


" 


80.00 


Mass. cont. line 


John Hoyt 


" 


04.99 


Mass. militia 


James Herbert 


" 


49.42 


N. H. cont. line 


Daniel Heath 


(( 


43.33 


Mass. militia 


John Hale 


" 


80.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Enoch Hayes 


" 


32.56 


N. H. militia 


Isaac Horton 


" 


51.63 


Mass. militia 


Amos Hale 


" 


38.33 


" 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



327 



Grafton County, New Hampshire, ^Yho Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, IS 33. 



When placed 

on 
pension roll 



Commencement 
of pension 




Laws nnder Avhicli they were for- 
merly inscribed on the pen- 
sion roll; and remarks. 



Apr, 


2y, 


1833 


Apr. 


15, 


1823 


Oct. 


16, 


1832 


Oct. 


25, 


1832 


Jan. 


8, 


1833 


Feb. 


9, 


1833 


Mar. 


5, 


1833 


Dec. 


3, 


1832 


Dec. 


6, 


1832 


May 


2, 


1832 


Apr. 


29, 


1832 


Sept. 


28, 


1832 


Oct. 


1, 


1832 


Oct. 


25, 


1832 


Mar. 


21, 


1834 


Dec. 


18, 


1833 


Nov. 


3, 


1832 


Oct. 


oo 


1832 


Dec. 


5, 


1832 


Dec. 


IS, 


1832 


Feb. 


26, 


1833 


Apr. 


29, 


1833 


Apr. 


25, 


1833 


Apr. 


26, 


1833 


Jan. 


16, 


1834 


Nov. 


3, 


1832 


Oct. 


29, 


1832 


Oct. 


25, 


1832 


Oct. 


22, 


1832 


Oct. 


20, 


1832 


Oct. 


24, 


1832 


Jan. 


19, 


1833 


Feb. 


1, 


1833 


Jan. 


4, 


1833 


Feb. 


9, 


1833 


Feb. 


26, 


1833 


Nov. 


29, 


1832 


Apr. 


8, 


1833 


Apr. 


26, 


1833 


Aug-. 


6, 


1833 


Sept. 


24, 


1833 



Apr. 
June 
Mar. 
Mar. 



24, 1816 
1, 1818 
4, 1820 
4, 1831 



78 

78 

78 

78 

80 

80 

72 

73 

72 

76 

76 

75 

81 

79 

78 

80 

73 

74 

76 

80 

81 

70 

72 

79 

70 

82 

68 

70 

70 

79 

93 

72 

76 

73 

84 

72 

78 

76 

81 

75 

70 

78 

76 

73 

75 



April 24, 1816. 
March 18, 1818. 
April 24, 1S16. 



Died June 18, 1833. 



Died October 17, 1832. 



328 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Rank, &c., of Persons Residing in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Names 


Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


Joshua Harris 


Private 


45.53 


Mass. cont. line 


Michael Johnston 


" 


80.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Jonathan Jewett 


Priv. & Sergt. 


41.46 


N. H. militia 


" 


Private 


41.66 


" 


Willis Kimball 


" 


22.32 


" 


William Knight 


" 


24.98 


Mass. militia 


Abel Kent 


(< 


66.66 


" 


Jesse Kimball 


" 


54.20 


Conn. cont. line 


Caleb Keith 


Lieut. &c. 


208.33 


Mass. cont. line 


Ezekiel Kellogg 


Private 


22.22 


Mass. militia 


Daniel Kendrick 


(( 


20.00 


N. H. militia 


Timothy Kelly 


(( 


60.33 


Mass. militia 


James King 


" 


20.00 


N, H. militia 


Samuel Kendrick 


Sergeant 


82.00 


" 


Naboth Lewis 


Corporal 


64.00 


Conn, cont. line 


<( 


« 


120.00 


<< 


Joseph Lee 


Sergt. & Priv. 


102.00 


" 


James Ladd 


Lieutenant 


320.00 


N, H. cont. line 


Sylvanus Larned 


Priv. &c. 


80.00 


" 


Arthur Latham 


Private 


46.66 


" 


Stephen Lund 


" 


66.66 


i( 


Joseph Ladd 


" 


69.33 


(( 


Shiman Lathrop 


Corp. &c. 


77.00 


N. H. militia 


Winthrop Langley 


Private 


39.22 


" 


John Lougee 


K 


28.34 


<< 


Daniel Moulton 


« 


23.88 


" 


Israel Morey 


" 


33.33 


" 


Jonathan Mason 


il 


80.00 


« 


Alexander McKean 


" 


40.00 


t< 


Jirah Martin 


" 


66.66 


N. H. cont. line 


John May 


Sergeant 


96.00 


a 


" 


" 


60.00 


« 


Noah Moulton 


Private 


79.56 


<< 


Jonathan Moulton 


" 


65.21 


<< 


Frederick McCutcheon 


" 


40.00 


" 


Robert Martin 


Drummer 


65.40 


N. H. militia 


Jonathan Morse 


Private 


61.87 


(t 


John Marston 


" 


29.41 


" 


William Martin 


" 


36.66 


N. Y. militia 


Samuel Morse 


" 


43.77 


N. H. cont. line 


Joseph Moulton 


" 


20.00 


N. H. militia 


Nathan Morrill 


" 


31.55 


t( 


Annis Morrill 


" 


80.00 


R. L militia 


Job Moulton 


" 


80.00 


N. H. militia 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



829 



Grafton County, New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 18S2. 



WTien 


placed 
on 


Commencement 
of pension 


Ages 


Laws imder which they were for- 
merly inscribed on the pen- 


pension roll 




sion roll; and remarks. 


Jan. 


16, 1834 


Mar. 4, 1831 


78 




Jan. 


24, 1833 


(( 


70 




Mar. 


27, 1833 


» 


74 
74 


Died February 26, 1834. 


Oct. 


22, 1832 


(( 


74 




Oct. 


29, 1832 


" 


85 




Nov. 


12, 1832 


" 


82 


Died November 23, 1833. 


Jan. 


29, 1833 


(1 


75 


Died July 9, 1833. 


Dec. 


17, 1832 


<i 


79 

81 




Jan. 


16, 1832 


" 


76 




Apr. 


19, 1833 


" 


72 




Oct. 


24, 1833 


" 


69 




May 


'9, 1834 


" 


81 




June 


26, 1820 


Mar. 4, 1820 




May 1, 1820. Also in the receipt 
of the benefit of act June 7, 
1832. Died March 31, 1833. 


Sept. 


24, 1832 


Mar. 4, 1831 


78 




Oct. 


16, 1832 


" 


77 




Jan. 


10, 1833 


" 


82 




Apr. 


16, 1833 


" 


71 




Apr. 


5, 1833 


(( 


76 




Apr. 


2, 1833 


j^ 


83 
70 

84 




May 


9, 1834 


" 




Dec, 


16, 1833 


" 


83 




Dec. 


24, 1833 


" 




Insane. 


Oct. 


24, 1832 


" 


71 




Nov. 


13, 1832 


" 


71 




Nov. 


10, 1832 


u 


76 




Oct. 


26, 1832 


" 


73 




Dec. 


3, 1819 


Sept. 21, 1819 


77 


March 18, 1818. 


Sept. 


7, 1832 


Mar. 4, 1831 






Dec. 


17, 1832 


" 


73 

77 
S3 




Feb. 


1, 1833 


.. 




Feb. 


11, 1833 


<( 


75 




Feb. 


26, 1833 


(( 


77 
76 




Apr. 


25, 1833 


« 


83 
84 




May 


21, 1833 


<t 


69 




Apr. 


17, 1833 


K 


73 




Apr. 


1, 1833 


" 


83 
81 





330 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Hani:, tCr., of Persons Besiding in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 






Names 


Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Descri 


ption of service 


Edmund Marsh 


Private 


33.33 


N. H. 


militia 


Stephen Morse 2nd 




35.88 




" 


Benjamin Moody 




80.00 


Conn. 


militia 


Benjamin Norris 




44.99 


N. H. 


cont. line 


Timothy Owen 




39.33 


N. H. 


militia 


William Porter 




56.66 


Conn. 


cont. line 


Solomon Parker 




68.32 


N. H. 


cont. line 


Alexander Phelps 




33.33 




" 


John Porter 




50.00 


Conn. 


militia 


Aaron Putnam 




26.66 




" 


Walter Peck 




53.33 


N. H. 


militia 


Ichabod Packard 




31.31 


Mass. 


cont. line 


Daniel Poor 




80.00 


Mass. 


militia 


Elkanah Phillips 




26.66 


Mass. 


militia 


Stephen Pingree 




46.66 


N. H. 


cont. line 


Joshua Palmer 




53.33 


Mass. 


state troops 


David Pushee 




70.00 


jNIass. 


cont. line 


Ichabod Palmer 




31.00 


N. H. 


militia 


Heman Pennock 




26.66 


Vermont militia 


Joseph Pelton 




25.44 


Conn. 


cont. line 


James P. Pattee 




39.44 


X. H. 


militia 


Israel Perkins 




30.00 


Mass. 


militia 


Ebenezer Pingree 




27.88 




u 


John Boss 


Sergt. & Priv, 


90.09 


N. H. 


militia 


Beuben Rundlett 


Private 


35.89 




" 


]Moor Russell 


" 


40.00 


X. H. 


cont. line 


Thomas Rowell 


" 


30.00 


N. H. 


militia 


Ebenezer Richardson 


" 


40.00 


N. H. 


cont. line 


Asa Risley 


" 


23.33 


X. H. 


militia 


Thomas Ramsey 


" 


21.65 




" 


Henry Springer 


>< 


96.00 
80.00 


N. H. 


cont. line 


Jonathan Sawyer 


" 


80.00 




" 


Lemuel Stevens 


Priv. & Sergt. 


76.66 


X. H. 


militia 


Daniel Stickney 


Private 


38.86 




" 


James Snow 


Sergeant 


75.00 




« 


Augustus Storrs 


Private 


54.45 




i( 


Jacob Sullenheim 


" 


80.00 


N. H. 


cont. line 


Jonathan Simonds 


" 


80.00 


Mass. 


cont. line 


Abel Sawyer 


Corp. & Priv. 


28.99 


N. H. 


militia 


Henry Sloper 


Private 


20.90 


N. H. 


cont. line 


Elkanah Sprague 


" 


80.00 




a 


Arad Simonds 


" 


40.00 


Conn. 


cont. line 


James Stevens 


c< 


32.56 


N. H. 


cont. line 


John Sawyer 


" 


43.33 


N. H. 


militia 


Joseph Stanley 


Sergeant 


37.49 


N. H. 


cont. line 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



331 



Grafton Count y, A^eiv Hampsliire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1832. 



When placed 

on 
pension roll 



Commencement 
of pension 




Laws under which they were for- 
merly inscribed on the pen- 
sion roll; and remarks. 



June 13, 1833 

Oct. 24, 1833 

Dec. 16, 1833 

Feb. 9, 1833 

July 18, 1833 

Nov. 3, 1832 

Dec. 17, 1832 

Feb. 20, 1833 

Jan. 19, 1833 



Feb. 


9 


1833 


Nov. 


27 


1832 


Dec. 


5 


1832 


Apr. 


19 


1833 


Apr. 


8, 


1833 


Apr. 


5, 


1833 


Apr. 


3, 


1833 


June 


13, 


1833 


Aug. 


6, 


1833 


Sept. 


24, 


1833 


Oct. 


23, 


1832 


Apr. 


26, 


1833 


June 


1, 


1833 


Sept. 


24, 


1833 


Mar. 


10, 


1834 


Aug. 


13, 


1833 


Feb. 


26, 


1833 


June 


30, 


1819 


Sept. 


7, 


1832 


Oct. 


16, 


1832 


Oct. 


20, 


1832 


Oct. 


22, 


1832 


Oct. 


26, 


1832 


May 


10, 


1834 


Oct. 


9 


1832 


Nov. 


2, 


1832 


Nov. 


12, 


1832 


Nov. 


10. 


1832 


Jan. 


19, 


1833 



Jan. 8, 1833 



Mar. 



4, 1S31 



7C 
76 
73 
76 

77 
73 
79 
76 
73 
79 
77 
77 





(( 




76 




" 




78 




" 




75 




" 




75 




" 




77 








77 








79 








76 








71 








76 








87 








71 








79 








85 


May 


IS, 


1819 


75 


Mar. 


(( 


1831 


73 

75 




(( 




73 

77 
72 
73 
69 
81 
75 
85 
80 
77 
86 




(i 




89 



Died July 3, 1833. 

Died July 11, 1832. 
March 18, 181S, 



Died November 9, 1833. 



332 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Banlc, &c., of Persons Residing in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 






Names 


Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Descr 


ption of service 


Reuben Sherman 


Private 


66.66 


R. I. state troops 


Samuel Smart 


" 


20.00 


X. H. 


militia 


David Sanders 


" 


80.00 


N. H. 


cont. line 


Barzillai Sawyer 


« 


30.66 


N. H. 


militia 


Gideon Smith 


" 


22.33 


Verm 


out militia 


Phineas Sargent 


" 


20.00 


N. H. 


militia 


Timothy Sargent 


" 


70.00 


N. H. 


cont. line 


John Somes 


" 


28.44 


N. H. 


militia 


Seth Spencer 


n 


30.00 


Conn. 


cont. line 


Ebenezer Streeter 


" 


33.33 


Mass. 


cont. line 


Abel Stone 


Priv. & Sergt. 


26.66 


N. H. 


cont. line 


Elias Stearns 


Private 


20.55 


Mass. 


militia 


Joseph Sloane 


Priv. & Sergt. 


32.23 




« 


Joshua Thornton 


Fifer 


88.00 


N. H. 


cont. line 


Benjamin Turner 


Private 


20.00 


N. H. 


militia 


Jacob Taylor 


Priv.&Artif. 


96.00 
112.00 


Mass. 


cont. line 


Enos Temple 


Private 


20.00 


N. H. 


militia 


Jonathan Tyler 


" 


33.33 


N. H. 


cont. line 


Nathan Towle 


" 


66.66 


Mass. 


militia 


Barnabas Tisdale 


" ; 


80.00 


Conn. 


militia 


David Tenney 


(( 


53.33 




" 


Thomas Vincent 


Matross 


50.00 


N. H. 


cont. line 


Warren Wilson 


Private 


50.00 


N. H. 


militia 


Bruce Walker 




44.10 




" 


Joseph Wilmarth 




26.33 


!Mass. 


militia 


William Wood 




77.43 


^lass. 


cont. line 


Ephraim Wood 




36.66 


Vermont militia 


Thomas Whittier 




61.10 


Mass. 


militia 


David Whitman 




50.99 


N. H. 


militia 


Jonathan Woodward 




71.65 


N. H. 


cont. line 


John Wallace 




31.32 


Mass. 


militia 


Silas Whitney 




29.45 


N. H. 


cont. line 


Chase Whittaker 




42.22 




" 


Ezra Warren 




60.00 


Mass. 


state troops 


Ebenezer Whittaker 




28.00 


]\rass. 


militia 


John Waters 




40.00 


N. H 


militia 


Ebenezer Wells 




26.66 


N. H. 


cont. line 


David Waklron 




30.00 




" 


Silas Whitney 




46.99 




" 


Joseph Wood 




51.67 


N. H 


militia 


Benning Wilkinson 




35,00 




(i 


John Woodbury 




66.66 


Mass. 


cont. line 


Lot Woodbury 




21.33 


N. H 


militia 


Nathan West 


Priv. & Sergt. 


41.33 




" 


Joseph Young 


Private 


21.44 




t( 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



333 



Grafton County, New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1832. 



When 


placed 


Commencement 




Laws under which they were 


for- 


on 

pension roll 


of pension 


Ages 


merly inscribed on the pen- 
sion roll; and remarks. 




Dec. 


17, 1832 


Mar. ~ 4, 1831 


71 






Feb. 


26, 1833 


<( 


72 
80 
79 






May 


1, 1833 


" 


76 






Mar. 


20, 1S33 


" 


86 






Aug. 


6, 1833 


" 


78 






Sept. 


24, 1833 


u 


73 






Get. 


24, 1833 


" 


73 






May 


7, 1834 


" 


75 






May 


21, 1834 


" 


91 






Dec. 


16, 1833 


" 


80 






Jan. 


3, 1834 


" 


76 






Oct. 


24, 1832 


" 


90 






Nov. 


3, 1832 


" 


76 






Sept. 


29, 1819 


July 29, 1819 


77 


March IS, 1818. 




Nov. 


11, 1832 


Mar. 4, 1831 








Dec. 


17, 1832 




70 






Oct. 


10, 1833 




82 






Feb. 


24, 1834 




89 


Died March 31, 1833. 




June 


25, 1834 




78 






Mar. 


9, 1834 




75 






Nov. 


29, 1832 




73 






Jan. 


8, 1832 




72 






Nov. 


24, 1832 




74 






Feb. 


8, 1833 




82 






Feb. 


9, 1833 


It 


77 
72 
73 






Feb. 


8, 1833 








Nov. 


12, 1832 




72 






Oct. 


29, 1832 




75 






Oct. 


26, 1832 




72 






Aug. 


7, 1832 




68 






Apr. 


18, 1833 




81 






Apr. 


3, 1833 




76 


Died Oct. 20, 1833. 




Apr. 


1, 1833 




76 
86 






Sept. 


24, 1833 




' 81 

78 






Jan. 


8, 1833 




68 






May 


13, 1834 




74 






Dec. 


16, 1833 




73 






Dec. 


9, 1833 




76 


Died August 2?, 1833. 




Oct. 


10, 1833 




74 






Oct. 


1, 1833 




84 






Oct. 


25, 1832 




67 







334 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Bank, &c., of Persons Residing in 

Pension List under Act of 



Names 




Annual 
Allow- 
ance 



Description of service 



Isaac Andrews 
Ammi Andrews 

Daniel Averill 
vSolomon Andrews 
Joshua Atwood 
Samuel Barron 

Abijah Barker 

William Brooks 

Thomas Brown 
Jonathan Bell 
Kobert Butterfield 
John Bradford 
Jonathan Butler 
Oliver Butterfield 
John Brooks 
Benjamin Ball 
Thomas Bartlett 
Amos Blood 
Elias Buswell 
Amos Batchelder 
Job Bailey 
Peter Brown 
Andrew Burnham 
Daniel Bailey 
Elias Boynton 
Jonas Brown 
James Brewster 
Edmund Barnard 
Moses Boynton 
Isaac Burpee 
Thomas K. Brudd 
Peter Butterfield 
Oliver Buttrick 
Jacob Carr 
John Cushing 
Eufus Conant 
Charles Cavender 
vSamuel Conroy 
James Campbell 
Robert Carr 
Elijah Cochrane 



Private 
Lieutenant 

Private 

Sergeant 
Private 

Priv. & Sergt. 

Sergeant 

Priv. & Corp. 
Private 

Capt. & Corp. 
Sergt. & Corp. 
Private 
Priv. & Artif. 
Private 



Priv. & Sergt. 
Private 



Ensign, <&c. 
Private 



Corp. & Priv. 
Private 

Siirg. mate 
Private 



Sergt. &c. 
Private 



56.C6 
48.00 

269.98 
20.00 
42.78 
62.16 
96.00 
80.00 
96.00 

101.89 
96.00 

113.50 
20.00 
36.44 
25.55 
92.21 
94.33 
27.76 

128.00 
22.42 
50.00 
80.00 
40.00 
23.43 
50.00 
51.32 
40.00 
21.66 
80.00 

117.33 
33.33 
46.67 
SO.OO 
32.78 
30.00 
31.88 
72.33 
67.87 

393.33 
33.33 
80.00 
30.00 
30.00 
40.00 
43.99 



Mass. militia 
N. H. cont. line 

N. H. militia 

N. H. cont. line 

Mass. cont. line 

Penn. cont. line 

Mass. militia 

X. H. militia 
N. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 
N. H. militia 
N. H. cont. line 
Mass. militia 



^lass. 
Mass. 
N. H. 
X. H. 
Mass. 
X. H. 
N. H. 
Mass. 
X. H. 
N. H. 
Mass. 



cont. line 
militia 
militia 
cont. line 
cont. line 
militia 
cont. line 
cont. line 
militia 
cont. line 
cont. line 



X. H. militia 
X. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 
X. H. cont. line 
Ship Caroline 
Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 
Mass. militia 
N. H. cont. line 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



335 



Hillsborough County, New IlampsJiire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1S32. 



When placed 

on 
pension roll 


Commencement 
of pension 


Ages 


Laws under which they were for- 
merly inscribed on the pen- 
sion roll; and remarks. 


Oct. 16, 1832 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


78 




Mar. 9, 1826 


Dec. 


1, 1S25 


99 


April 10, 1806. Invalid pension. 


Jan. 25, 1833 


ilar. 


4, 1S31 


99 




Apr. 29, 1833 


' 


' 


72 




Mar. 18, 1833 


( 


( 


75 




Mar. 6, 1833 


♦ 


' 


72 




Dec. 3, 1819 


May 2 


0, 1818 


77 


March 18, 1818. 


Aug. 7, 1832 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


77 




May 23, 1820 


Nov. 21, ISIS 


75 


March IS, ISIS. 


July 23, 1834 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


75 




May 19, 1820 


Nov. 


3, 1819 


74 


March 18, 1818. 


Nov. 3, 1832 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


74 




Nov. 5, 1832 






72 




Nov. 13, 1832 






79 




Nov. 27, 1832 






77 
90 




(( 






81 




(( 






75 




Feb. 4, 1833 






74 




Feb. 24, 1833 






70 




Mar. 1, 1833 






77 




Mar. 6, 1833 






76 




Apr. 25, 1833 






SO 




Apr. 24, 1833 






72 




May 22, 1833 






93 




Apr. 16, 1833 






81 




Mar. 16, 1833 






73 




Mar. 15, 1833 






SO 




Apr. 3, 1833 






79 
81 




May 23, 1833 






75 




Aug. 21, 1833 






77 
81 
75 




Mar. 13, 1834 






72 




Nov. 14, 1832 






79 




May 11, 1834 






78 




May 4, 1833 






79 




Nov. 14, 1832 






84 




Nov. 3, 1832 






77 




Oct. 23, 1832 






84 


Died May 6, 1833. 


Mar. 8, 1833 






81 




Apr. 24, 1833 






80 




Apr. 20, 1833 






77 




May 2, 1833 






86 





336 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Rani', &c., of Persons Eesiding in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Names 


Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description' of service 


Paul Coolidg-e 


Sergeant 


46.GC 


Mass, militia 


Samuel Chandler 


Private 


30.00 


" 


■\Villiam Carr 


" 


30.00 


N. H. militia 


Jesse Chapin 


Priv. & Sergt. 


45.00 


^Mass. militia 


John Carlton 


Private 


21.76 


N. H. militia 


Seth Cutter 


Priv. & Sergt. 


83.72 


N. H. cont. line 


Timothy Carlton 


Private 


46.67 


Mass. militia 


James Cochrane 


Priv. & Sergt. 


28.33 


X. H. militia 


John Clapp 


Private 


28.33 


IMass. militia 


John Crossman 


Priv. & Sergt. 


51.66 


Mass. cont. line 


William Campbell 


Sergeant 


94.81 


N. H. cont. line 


Joshua Davis 


Private 


23.33 


N. H. state troops & mil. 


John Day 


" 


66.55 


Mass. cont. line 


Stephen Dow 


" 


22.10 


N. H. militia 


Benjamin Damon 


" 


80.00 


^lass. militia 


William Dickey 


Priv., Sergt., 


121.67 


N. H. cont. line 


Moses Dennis 


Private [etc. 


43.33 


Mass. cont. line 


Elias Dickey 


" 


59.00 


" 


Alexander Eames 


Matross 


100.00 


]\rass. state troops 


Oliver Elliot 


Sergeant 


51.66 


N. H. militia 


Joseph Eaton 


Private 


20.88 


" 


Peter Emerson 


" 


39.42 


" 


Thomas Emery 


" 


56.66 


N. H. cont. line 


Henr.y Eastman 


" 


38.34 


" 


Samuel M. Emerson 


Priv., &c. 


42.00 


Mass. militia 


Isaac Foote 


Private 


37.98 


N. H. militia 


Eleazer Fish 


" 


31.11 


" 


Charles Farrar 


Priv. & Mus. 


44.66 


^Mass. militia 


William. Follansbee 


" 


21.88 


N. H. militia 


Simeon Fletcher 


Private 


31.66 


" 


Jeremiah Fogg- 


" 


70.88 


N. H. cont. line 


Gershom Flag-g 


" 


39.22 


" 


Isaac Farrar 


" 


36.66 


^lass. cont. line 


Thomas Fisher 


<( 


35.54 


Mass. militia 


Jabez P. Fisher 


" 


20.00 


" 


Ebenezer Farrington 


" 


80.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Jonas Flint 


" 


41.67 


Mass. militia 


Joseph Gray 


<i 


96.00 
80.00 


X. H. cont. line 


John Gilson 


" 


80.00 


^lass. cont. line 


James Gilman 


Priv. & Sergt. 


96.00 


X. H. cont. line 


« 


" 


96.66 




Stephen Gould 


Private 


74.21 




Archibald Gamble 


" 


20.00 


X. H. militia 


Samuel Gates 


(< 


83.88 


Mass. militia 



KEVOLUTIONAEY DOCUMENTS 



337 



Hillshoraugli County, New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscrihed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1832. 



When placed 


Commencement 




Laws under which they were for- 


on 
pension roll 


of pension 


Ages 


merly inscribed on the pen- 
sion roll; and remarks. 


Apr. IS, 1833 


Mar. 4, 1831 


S3 




Apr. 17 


1833 






70 




Apr. 16 


1S33 






77 




Mar. 20 


1833 






73 




Mar. 16 


1833 






71 




Apr. 3 


1833 






76 




Aug. 21 


1833 






80 




Oct. 24 


1833 






86 




Dec. IS 


1833 






76 




Dec. 16 


1833 






87 




Jan. 24 


1833 






S3 




Aug-. 7 


1833 






90 




July 25 


1832 






70 




Jan. 22 


1S33 






76 




Mar. 1 


1833 






74 




Aug. 3 


1833 






79 




Aug. 21 


1833 






82 




Oct. 10 


1833 






S3 




Nov. 20 


1S32 






73 




Mar. 8 


1833 






78 




Nov. 27 


1832 






77 




Dec. 3 


1832 






75 




Sept. 24 


1832 






86 




Oct. 24 


1832 






70 




Mar. 8 


1832 






78 




Mar. 25 


1832 






72 




Oct. 29 


1832 






74 




Nov. 28 


1832 






76 




Nov. 27 


1832 






74 




Apr. 21 


1S33 






73 




May 1 


1833 






74 




Mar. 15 


1833 






77 




June 1 


1833 






73 




Sept. 24 


1833 






73 
70 
76 




Oct. 2 


1833 








Oct. 24 


1833 






72 




Dec. 3 


1817 


May 9, 1818 


74 


March 18 1313. 


Aug. 10 


1832 


Mai-. 4, 1S31 






Feb. 1 


1833 


" 


72 




May 24 


1820 


Jan. 15, 1819 


81 




Feb. S 


1833 


Mar. 4, 1S31 


81 




Apr. 29 


1833 


" 


78 




Apr. IS 


1833 


" 


72 




Apr. 19 


1833 




' 


76 





338 



liEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Bank, &c., of Persons Eesiding in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Names 


Eank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


William Garnell 


Private 


40.00 


X. H. militia 


Phineas Gage 


" 


48.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Francis Grater 


" 


43.33 


" 


George Gates 


" 


80.00 


X. H. militia 


Joseph Greeley 


" 


40.00 


X^. H. cont. line 


Eleazar Gilson 


" 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


" 


" 


58.00 


<( 


Jeremiah Hobart 


** 


31.22 


" 


Ebenezar Hill 


" 


27.82 


X. H. cont. line 


Abner Hogg 


Sergeant 


96.00 
120.00 


» 


Enos Hadley 


Private 


21.66 


Mass. cont. line 


David Holt 


" 


36.67 


X. H. cont. line 


Ebenezer Hill 


X 


96.00 
80.00 


« 


Josiah Herrick 


" 


80.00 


Mass. cont. line 


James Howland 


" 


53.33 


E. I. militia 


Phineas Hardy 


" 


56.67 


X". H. cont. line 


William Holley 


" 


50.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Abel Hodgman 


" 


22.33 


X. H. cont. line 


Israel Hunt 


Priv. & Sergt. 


83.47 


Mass. cont. line 


Isaac Huse 


Private 


80.00 


" 


Jonathan Harris 


" 


26.66 


X'^. H. cont. line 


William Hopkins 


" 


21.66 


" 


Joel Holt 


" 


80.00 


" 


Silas Howard 


" 


46.66 


]Mass. militia 


Phineas Holden 


" 


66.66 


!Mass. cont. line 


Ephraim How 


" 


34.13 


X. H. cont. line 


Daniel Hill 


" 


20.44 


Mass. militia 


Jonathan Hobart 


" 


20.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Enoch Howard 


" 


80.00 


X. H. cont. line 


Joshua Holt 


" 


36.66 


Mass. militia 


Moody Hardy 


" 


40.00 


" 


Abner Hagget 


" 


38.64 


X. H. militia 


Abijah Hadley 


" 


20.00 


" 


Joseph Harridon 


" 


43.44 


Mass. militia 


Joseph Huntington 


Sergeant 


50.83 


X. H. state troops 


Nathaniel Hobart 


Private 


21.00 


X. H. militia 


Thomas Hodgman 


" 


26.66 


Mass. state troops 


Thomas Jameson 


*' 


96.00 
80.00 


X. H. cont. line 


James Jewell 


i( 


24.44 


X. H. militia 


Jesse Johnson 


i( 


40.00 


^Nlass. militia 


John Johnson 


" 


68.21 


Mass. cont. line 


Prince Johonnott 


n 


26.66 


X. H. militia 


Jonathan Jones 


(< 


44.11 


Mass. militia 



REVOLUTIONAEY DOCUMENTS 



339 



Hillsho rough County, Neiv Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1832. 



■^Mien placed 
on 


Commencement 

« ■ 1 


Ages 


Laws under which they were for- 
merly inscribed on the pen- 


pension roll 


of 


pension 




sion roll; and remarks. 


Apr. 


5, 1S33 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


84 




Aug. 


21, 1833 




„ 


76 
£2 




Sept. 


24, 1S33 




" 


81 




jVov. 


20, 1833 




" 


77 




June 


8, 1819 


Jan. 


12, 1819 




March IS, 1818. 


Apr. 


25, 1833 


Mar. 


4, 1831 






Nov. 


12, 1832 




a 


78 




Oct. 


27, 1832 




" 


76 




May- 


26, 1820 


Aug. 


27, 1819 


76 


March IS, 1818. 


June 


28, 1832 


Mar 


4, 1831 


76 




Nov. 


24, 1832 




" 


79 




June 


29, 1833 




>( 


82 




Nov. 


29, 1819 


^far. 


30, 1818 


77 


March 18, 1818. 


June 


27, 1823 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


77 




Feb. 


1, 1833 




" 


71 




Feb. 


11, 1833 




(( 


74 
SO 




Nov. 


27, 1832 




" 


77 




Mar. 


9, 1833 




" 


75 




Mar. 


12, 1833 




" 


75 




May 


13, 1833 




" 


74 




Apr. 


27, 1833 




" 


79 




Apr. 


24, 1833 




" 


71 




Apr. 


19, 1833 




" 


71 




Mar. 


18, 1833 




" 


87 




Mar. 


15, 1833 




« 


70 
80 
70 






« 




« 


80 




Apr. 


3, 1833 




<( 


86 




Apr. 


2, 1833 




" 


76 




Apr. 


3, 1833 




" 


81 




Sept. 


28. 1833 




(( 


75 

71 

75 




Nov. 


25, 1833 




(1 




Oct. 


24, 1833 




" 


81 




Oct. 


10, 1833 




" 


72 




Mar. 


5, 1833 




" 


80 


Paid in Boston, Massachusetts. 


Sept. 


6, 1819 


Jar 


5, 1819 


73 


March 18, 1818. 


Aug-. 


15, 1832 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


73 




Mar. 


9, 1833 




" 


81 




Dee. 


5, 1832 




" 


79 




May 


1, 1833 




" 


75 




Apr. 


2, 1833 




" 


85 




Aug. 


21, 1833 




K 


76 





340 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Banl-, d-c, of Persons Besiding in 

Pension List under^ Act of 



Names 




Description of service 



Danby Kimball 
Thomas Kellom 
Silas Keyes 
Jonas Kidder 
Phineas Kidder 
Nathan Kendall 
Daniel Kellom 
Zephaniah Kittredge 
Jonathan Loring 
Nathaniel Leman 
Eenben Law 
Oliver Lawrence 
Simon Lowe 
Henry Lovejoy 
David Lull 
David Livermore 
William Livingston 
Benjamin Lock 
Jonathan Lawson 
Simeon Lakin 
Joseph Lampson 
Andrew Leavitt 
Daniel Merrill 
William McTlvain 
James Mcllvain 
Thomas Melendy 
Timothy Moore 
Isaac Marshall 
John McClnre 
John Marvell 
Samuel Milliken 
John McNiel 
William Morgan 
John Marsh 
Jacob Marsh 
John IMcTlvain 
William ^foore 
Nathan Merrill 
Nathaniel ^Lirshall 
James Xesmith 
Humphre^^ Nichols 
Onesimus Newhall 
John Odell 
William Pritchard 

Jonathan Patten 



Private 



Lieut., &c. 
Private 
Fifer 
Private 



Priv. of art. 
Private 



:srns. & Priv. 
Private 

Sergeant 
Private 



Priv. & artif. 
Private 



06.66 
66.66 
37.21 

116.07 
56.66 
44.00 
50.33 
36.67 
43.33 
57.98 
31.22 
45.77 

100.00 
41.99 
CO.OO 
20.00 
53.33 
30.00 
26.66 
55.66 
46.67 
53.33 
24.54 
SO.OO 
31.99 
73.33 
42.33 
27.43 
35.66 
40.00 
26.66 
SO.OO 
24.10 
33.33 
39.66 
SO.OO 
26.00 
46.67 
33.33 
44.32 

133.33 
SO.OO 
22.00 
96.00 
SO.OO 
29.10 



Mass. cont. line 

N. H. militia 

Mass. cont. line 
N. H. militia 

N. H. cont. line 

N. H. cont. line 
N. H. militia 



!Mass. 

N. H. 
Mass. 
Mass. 
N. H. 
Mass. 
N. H. 
Mass. 
N. H. 
Mass. 
N. H. 
Mas'^. 
N. H. 



cont. line 
cont. line 
militia 
state troops 
militia 
cont. line 
militia 
cont. line 
militia 
cont. line 
militia 
cont. line 
cont. line 



N. H. militia 
Mass. militia 
N. H. militia 
Mass. militia 
N. H. cont. line 

Mass. militia 
N. H. cont. line 

Mass. militia 
N. H. militia 

Mass. militia 
N. H. cont. line 
N. H. militia 
Mass. militia 
N. H. militia 
N. H. cont. line 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



341 



HUlsborowjh County, New Hampshire, ^^llo Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1S32. 



When placed 
on 


Commencement 


Ages 


Laws tmder which they v^'ere 
merly inscribed on the pen- 


for- 


pension roll 


of pension 




sion roll; and remarks. 




Nov. 27, 1S32 


Mar. 4, 1831 


78 






May 1, 1833 


(t 


75 






Apr. 19, 1833 


" 


77 






Mar. 16. 1833 


" 


90 






Apr. 4, 1833 


" 


78 






Aug. 3, 1833 


K 


79 






Oct. 24, 1833 


" 


78 






Aug-, 17, 1833 


" 


77 






Feb. 25, 1833 


" 


81 






Feb. 20, 1833 


" 


76 






Mar. 1, 1833 


" 


82 






Nov. 27, 1832 


" 


78 
79 
SO 






Nov. 28, 1832 


" 






Dec. 3, 1832 


" 


74 






Apr. 17, 1833 


" 


72 






Apr. 15, 1833 


" 


73 






Mar. 18, 1833 


" 


69 






Apr. 27, 1833 


" 


80 






May 22, 1823 


" 


74 






Aug. 21, 1833 


" 


74 






Sept. 24, 1833 


" 


82 






Jan. 23, 1833 


" 


73 






Nov. 27, 1832 


" 


78 






Nov. 26, 1832 


" 


72 






Mar. 1, 1833 


" 


85 






Mar. 8, 1833 


!! 


79 
75 






Apr. 24, 1833 


:: 


79 
SO 






Apr. 19, 1833 


" 


81 






Apr. 16, 1833 


" 


77 






Mar. 18, 1833 


" 


73 






Apr. 5, 1833 


" 


88 






Apr. 3, 1833 


" 


74 






Apr. 2, 1833 


" 


83 






May 1, 1833 


" 


74 






Aug. 21, 1833 


" 


• 71 






Sept. 28, 1833 


" 


79 






Apr. 4, 1833 


" 


76 






Oct. 18, 1833 


" 


79 






Mar. 26, 1834 


« 


76 






Mar. 16, 1833 


" 


73 






Sept. IS, 1819 


Jan. 29, 1819 


74 


March 18, 1818. 




Aug. 4, 1832 


Mar. 4, 1831 








Nov. 26, 1832 


(< 


71 


Died September 24, 1832. 





342 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Bank, &c., of Persons Residing in 

Pension List under 'Act of 







Annual 




Names 


Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


William Priest 


Private 


46.66 


N. H. militia 


William Pettingill 


Corp. & Priv. 


96.00 

85.77 
30.00 


N. H. cont. line 


James Porter 


Private 


N. H. militia 


Nathaniel Parmenter 


" 


36.66 


Mass. cont. line 


George Poor 


" 


56.66 


" 


Abner Pattee 


" 


26.66 


" 


William Parker 


" 


50.00 


Mass. militia 


Oliver Perham 


" 


45.33 


N. H. cont. line 


Solomon Pierce 


" 


25.00 


N. H. militia 


David Richardson 


" 


80.00 


" 


Major Riley 


" 


26.66 


Mass. cont. line 


David Riddle 


" 


40.00 


" 


William Reed 


Corporal 


29.33 


N. H. militia 


Calvin Stevens' 


Private 


96.00 
66.66 


Mass. cont. line 


Janies Smith 


" 


96.00 
80.00 


<i 


Benjamin Sprague 


Sergt. & Priv. 


65.66 


C( 


Joshua Sargent 


Private 


96.00 
43.33 


** 


Samuel Stearns 


a 


40.00 


Mass. militia 


Samuel Sprague 


Corporal 


29.33 


N. H. militia 


Ebenezer Sargent 


Private 


40.00 


Mass. militia 


Solomon Sanders 


(( 


26.66 


" 


James Shearer 


" 


80.00 


N. H. cont. line 


►Samuel Shepherd 


Sergeant 


30.00 


" 


John Shedd 


Priv. & Corp. 


81.00 


N. H. militia 


John Thompson 


Private 


30.00 


Mass. militia 


John Todd 


" 


37.65 


N. H. cont. line 


Edmund Tenney 


" 


20.00 


N. H. militia 


Nathaniel Tay 


(1 


80.00 


Mass. militia 


Jonathan Thayer 




80.00 


N. H. militia 


Roger Weston 


Sergt. & Corp. 


50.31 


Mass. militia 


James Whittaker 


Private 


64.54 


N. H. militia 


James Walker 




80.00 


" 


Supply Wilson 




33.33 


" 


John Wallace 




21.56 


N. H. cont. line 


Elijah Washburn 




80.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Thomas Wilson 




20.00 


" 


Jesse Worcester 




44.11 


N. H. militia 


Lemuel Wright 




25.00 


" 


Moses ^\Tiite 




21.33 


Mass. militia 


Joseph Washburne 




57.00 


!Mass. cont. line 


Jacob Wellman 




26.66 


N. H. cont. line 


Thaddeus Wilson 


Teamster 


23.67 


N. H. militia 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



343 



Hillsborough County, New Ilampsliire, Vtliv Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1832. 



When 


placed 
on 


Commencement 


Ages 


Laws under which they w^ere 
merly inscribed on the pen- 


for- 


pension roll 


of 


pension 




sion roll; and remarks. 




Mar. 


5, 1833 


Mar. 


4, 


1831 


79 






Jan. 


15 


1820 


Apr. 


22, 


1819 


75 


March IS, 1818. 




Nov. 


30 


1832 


Mar. 


4, 


1831 








Apr. 


24 


1833 








79 






Apr. 





1833 








SO 






Apr. 


3 


1833 








73 






Apr. 


2 


1833 








83 






May 


23 


1833 








80 






Aug. 


21 


1833 








72 


' 




Oct. 


10 


1833 








83 






Nov. 


24 


1832 








86 


Died May 23, 1833. 




Mar. 


2 


1833 








85 


^ 




Mar. 


9 


1832 








73 






Aug. 


3 


1833 








SO 






Nov. 


1 


1819 


June 


17, 


1819 


80 


March 18, ISIS. 




Nov. 


2 


1832 


Mar. 


4, 


1831 




Died February 22, 1S33. 




June 


30 


1818 


Apr. 


15, 


1818 


71 


March IS, 1818, 




Jan. 


29 


1833 


Mar. 


4, 


1831 








Jan. 


30 


1833 




(i 




81 






June 


9 


1819 


May 


16, 


1819 


76 


March 18, 1818. 




Apr. 


19 


1833 


Mar. 


4, 


1831 








Apr. 


18 


1833 




" 




72 


Died November 6, 1C33. 




Apr. 


16 


1833 




" 




83 

78 
75 






Apr. 


15 


1833 




" 








May 


21 


1833 




" 




77 






Aug-. 


21 


1833 




" 




85 






Oct. 


10 


1833 




" 




74 






Mar, 


18 


1833 




" 




74 






Mar. 


15 


1833 




" 




77 






Apr. 


4 


1833 




" 




78 






Apr. 


2 


1833 




" 




78 






Aug, 


21 


1833 




" 




72 






Feb. 


25 


1833 




" 




76 






Mar. 


1 


1833 




" 




78 






Nov. 


7 


1832 




" 




74 






May 


1 


1833 




" 




84 






Mar. 


18 


1833 




" 




78 






Aug. 


3 


1833 




" 




76 






May 


23 


1833 




t( 




69 






Aug. 


21 


1833 




a 




73 


Died January 20, 1834. 




Oct. 


10 


1833 




a 




81 
74 


Died May 12', 1833. 




Oct. 


2 


1833 




<< 




71 






May 


6 


1834 




" 




90 






June 


5 


1834 




<( 




69 







344 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Banh, &c., of Persons Residing in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 






Names 


Hank 


Allow- 
ance 


Descri 


ption of service 


Michael Annis 


Private 


36.66 


N. H. 


militia 


Joseph Abbott 


" 


21.10 




" 


Eeiiben Abbott 


i( 


30.00 


Mass. 


militia 


Joshua Abbott 


" 


50.66 


N. H. 


militia 


Solomon Austin 


" 


20.00 




" 


Caleb Aklrich 


" 


80.00 


E. I. 


militia 


Joshua Andrews 


" 


41.22 


]\Iass. 


militia 


Moses Abbott 


:: 


96.00 
43.33 


N. H. 


cont. line 


Enoch Adams 


" 


80.00 


Mass. 


cont. line 


Nathaniel Atkinson 


Corporal 


41.65 


N. H. 


cont. line 


Amos Abbott 


" 


44.31 




" 


Nathaniel Avery- 


Sergeant 


91.32 


Mass. 


militia 


Joseph Atherton 


" 


38.33 




" 


Solomon Adams 


Private 


40.00 




" 


Nathan Bullard 


Lieutenant 


106.66 


N. H. 


cont. line 


Dudley Bailey 


Private 


45.43 




" 


Nathan Bullard 


" 


50.00 


N. H. 


militia 


Benjamin Bradley 


u 


22.33 




" 


James Brown 


t( 


40.00 




" 


Samuel Blaisdell 


" 


20.00 


]\rass. 


cont. line 


Joseph Burley 


Priv. &e. 


88.49 


N. H. 


cont. line 


William Beard 


Private 


80.00 


Mass. 


cont. line 


Philbrick Bradley 


" 


26.77 


N. H. 


cont. line 


Jethro Barber 


" 


80.00 




" 


Jeremiah Bennett 


i< 


20.00 


N. H. 


militia 


Stephen Badger 


" 


73.34 


Mass. 


cont. line 


Elisha Barnes 


" 


80.00 




" 


Joseph Burnap 


a 


20.00 




" 


Mark Batchelder 


" 


30.00 


N. H. 


cont. line 


John Bunton 


{< 


33.33 


N. H. 


militia 


Caleb Brown 


Priv. & Corp. 


54.42 




" 


John Cross 


Private 


26.66 




" 


Enoch Coffin 


Corp. & Priv. 


36.87 


N. H. 


cont. line 


Theophilus Cass 


Sergeant 


96.00 




" 


" 


" 


120.00 




(( 


Thomas Currier 


Private 


96.00 
80.00 




(( 


Isaac Clifford 


" 


26.60 




" 


Amos Currier 


« 


26.66 


Mass. 


cont. line 


Nathan Carter 


(( 


20.00 


N. H. 


cont. line 


Jeremiah Croker 


(( 


80.00 


Mass. 


cont. line 


Moses Colby 


" 


32.50 


N. H. 


militia 


Benjamin Colby 


(( 


28.32 




" 


John Cutter 


" 


40.77 




<i 



EETOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



345 



Merrimack County, Neiv Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congr-ess Passed June 7, 1832. 



VThen 


placed 
on 


Commencement 


Ages 


Laws under which thej- were 
merly inscribed on the pen- 


for- 


pension roll 


of 


pension 




sion roll; and remarks. 




Oct. 


15, 1S32 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


72 






Oct. 


IS, 1S32 




X 


74 
80 






Nov. 


8, 1S32 




" 


75 






Nov. 


24, 1832 




" 


78 






Dec. 


6, 1832 




" 


71 






Jan. 


5, 1833 




" 


S3 






Feb. 


5, 1819 


Dec. 


23, 1818 


80 


March IS, 1818. 




Jan. 


11, 1833 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


SO 






Jan. 


24, 1833 




" 


78 






Feb. 


18, 1833 




" 


SO 
74 
82 
76 

75 






Mar. 


IS, 1833 




" 






Apr. 


30, 1833 




" 






Oct. 


18, 1832 




" 


89 






Oct. 


9, 1832 




" 


79 






Nov. 


13, 1832 




" 


72 






Dec. 


6, 1832 




." 


73 

78 
69 












t( 








(( 




" 


79 






Dec. 


14, 1832 




" 


76 






Jan, 


11, 1833 




" 


78 






Jan. 


24. 1833 




(( 


72 






Feb. 


11, 1833 




" 


70 






Apr. 


12, 1833 




" 


75 


• 




Feb. 


18, 1833 




(( 


78 
75 






Feb. 


21, 1833 




" 


75 
78 
75 






Oct. 


2, 1833 




- 






Nov. 


13, 1832 




a 


76 






Nov. 


9, 1832 




" 


79 
79 


March 18, 1818. 




Sept. 


28, 1832 












June 


16, 1819 


May 


1, 1818 


75 


March 18, 1818. 




Aug. 


16, 1832 


Mar. 


4, 1831 . 




Died February 3, 1834. 




Dec. 


6, 1832 




<< 


S3 
79 
73 






Dec. 


17, 1832 




" 






Feb. 


11, 1833 




(( 


92 


^ 




Feb. 


19, 1833 




" 


83 






Feb. 


18, 1833 




(1 


78 
75 







346 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Shoiving the Names, Rank, d-c, of Persons Besiding in 

Pension List under Act of 



Names 




Description of service 



John Cutler 
Stephen Clark 
Abner Clough 
Jesse Carr 
Nathan Chandler 
Samuel Ourrier 
Daniel Carter 
Charles Colburn 
David Davis 
Samuel Davis 
William Danforth 
Isaac Dalton 
James Drake 
Jonathan Davis 
Isaac Dimond 
Wells Davis 
Enoch Dickerman 
Edmund Davis 
Josiah Davis 
Joseph Dow 
Aquilla Davis 
Mark Emerson 
Nathaniel Eastman 
Eufus Ewers 
Samuel Eastman 
Abraham Fifield 
Jonathan Fogg 
Moses Fellows 

Joseph Farnum 
Abner Flanders 
William Forrest 
Asa French 
Eleazar Finney 
Winthrop Fifield 
John Ferguson 
Samuel Goodwin 
Moses Garland 
Ephraim Goss 
Abel Gordon 
Thaddeus Gage 
Nathaniel Griffin 
John Glover 
John Huntoon 
Joseph Hoyt 



Private 


20.00 


Mass. cont. line 


" 


2S.22 


N. H. cont. line 


" 


60.00 


" 


" 


20.00 


Mass. militia 


<( 


40.00 


" 


«< 


60.00 


N. H. militia 


Priv. &c. 


69.16 


" 


Private 


20.00 


" 


Fifer & Priv. 


25.33 


" 


Corp. & Priv. 


48.95 


" 


Private 


23.33 


N. H. cont. line 


" 


73.34 


" 


" 


20.00 


N. H. militia 


<c 


36.66 


" 


I 


51.21 
26.66 


N. H. cont. line 


" 


40.00 


Mass. militia 


" 


76.67 


N. H. cont. line 


" 


80.00 


N. H. militia 


« 


24.22 


" 


" 


80.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Musician 


29.66 


Mass. cont. line 


Private 


63.33 


N. H. cont. line 


" 


26.66 


N. H. militia 


" 


22.44 


" 


Sergt. & Priv. 


56.99 


N. H. cont. line 


Private 


74.55 


" 


Sergt. & Corp. 


96.00 


" 


(( 


102.16 


*' 


Private 


23.65 
66.58 
30.00 


„ 


<( 


46.66 


Mass. militia 


«< 


30.53 


Conn. cont. line 


«< 


25.75 


N. H. cont. line 


(( 


60.00 


N. H. militia 


" 


27.54 


" 


Sergt. & Priv. 


31.66 


Mass. militia 


Private 


37.77 


" 


" 


30.00 


N. H. militia 


«« 


30.00 


Mass. militia 


<( 


40.45 


N. H. militia 


,, 


40.00 
21.10 


N. H. cont. line 


(( 


80.00 


*' 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



347 



Merrimack County, New Hampshire, Wlio Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1S32. 



When placed 


Commencement 




Laws under which they were 


for- 


on 
pension roll 


of pension 


Ages 


merly inscribed on the pen- 
sion roll; and remarks. 




Jan. 5, 1S33 


Mar. 4, 1831 


87 






Jan. 10 


1833 






71 






Nov. 24 


1832 






77 
77 






Nov. 23 


1832 






78 






Jan. 19 


1833 






SO 
74 

72 






Apr. 24 


1833 










Nov. 5 


1832 






73 






Nov. S 


1832 






75 






Jan. 19 


1833 






86 






Feb, 11 


1833 






73 






Feb. 18 


1833 






77 






Dec, 6 


1832 






74 
75 

81 






Nov, 29 


1832 










Apr. 24 


1833 






76 






May 1 


1833 






79 






Sept. 24 


1833 






77 






Oct. 18 


1833 






75 






May 7 


1834 






74 






Oct. IS 


1832- 






70 






Nov. 6 


1832 






78 






Feb. 11 


1832 






74 






Apr. 18 


1833 






73 






Nov. 13 


1832 






79 






Nov. 23 


1833 






79 






May 22 


1819 


Mar. 9, ISIS 




March 18, ISIS. 




Dec. 29 


1832 


Mar. 4. 1831 








Jan. 11 


1833 






93 






Feb. 19 


1833 






79 






Dec. 6 


1833 






81 






Dec, 8 


1833 






74 


/ 




Apr, 6 


1833 






79 






Sept. 28 


1832 






72 






Dec, 3 


1832 






77 






Oct. 26 


1832 






86 






Oct. 18 


1832 






90 






Dec. 14 


1832 




' 


78 






Jan. 19 


1833 




' 


73 

SO 






Sept. 10 


1833 






74 






<( 








79 






Nov. 13 


1832 






81 






Nov. 6 


1832 






72 







348 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement SJwwing the Names, Bank, cCr., of Persons Besiding in 

Pension List under Act of 









Annual 




Names 


Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


Walter Harris 


Fifer & Priv. 


84.66 


Conn. cont. line 


Abijah Hildreth 


Private 


80.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Micah Howe 


" 


80.00 


Mass. state troops 


Daniel Hall 


Priv. & Corp. 


44.33 


;Mass. cont. line 


Elisha Haines 


Private 


80.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Joseph Hoit 


" 


32.44 


N. H. militia 


Zebedee Hayes 


Gunner art. 


104.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Thomas Hills 


Private 


80.00 


N. H. militia 


Samuel Haines 


" 


59.33 


N. H. cont. line 


Benjamin Hardy 


" 


71.32 


Mass. militia 


Isaac Hardy 


" 


34.65 


" 


David Howe 


" 


40.00 


" 


Thomas Haines 


" 


80.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Eli Howe 


Capt. &c. 


24.33 


^Mass. militia 


James Johnson 


Corp. & Priv. 


82.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Eliphalet Kilburn 


Sergeant 


120.00 


Mass. militia 


Reuben Kezar 


Private 


40.11 


N. H. cont. line 


John Knox 


" 


24.65 


" 


Jonathan Knicjht 


>( 


46.66 


Mass. militia 


Frederick Locke 


" 


60.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Moses Long 


" 


96.00 


(( 


(( 


" 


80.00 


" 


Friend Little 


" 


23.99 


N. H. militia 


Samnel Lear 


" 


21.88 


N. H. cont. line 


Elijah Locke 


" 


80.00 


" 


"William Leach 


« 


32.33 


]S. H. militia 


Nathaniel Mitchell 


" 


40.33 


" 


Joseph !Moore 


<( 


46.66 


N. H. cont. line 


John Maxfield 


" 


80.00 


Mass. mil. & state 


Sampson Moore 


" 


20.00 


N. H. cont. line [troops 


Samuel ]\Iorse 


Musician 


96.00 
86.66 


Mass. cont. line 


John Mills 


Private 


47.83 


N. H. cont. line 


Jacob Marston 


" 


23.33 


Mass. cont. line 


Levi Merrill 


" 


40.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Richard Maxiield 


" 


30.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Philip Nelson 


" 


66.66 


" 


Oliver Noyes 


" 


20.88 


N. H. militia 


James Otterson 


" 


26.66 


" 


Peter Ordway 


" 


53.33 


Mass. cont. line 


Benjamin Pettingill 


'« 


80.00 


N. H. militia 


Noyes Pevard 


K 


23.33 


N. H. cont. line 


James Palmer 


" 


26.66 


" 


Daniel Parker 


" 


20.00 


<( 


Samuel Poor 


<( 


71.32 


N. H. militia 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



3^9 



Merrimack County, New Hampshire, ^\ho Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1SS2. 



^\Tien placed 


Commencement 




Laws imder which they were 


for- 


on 
pension roll 


of 


pension 


Ages 


merly inscribed on the pen- 
sion roll; and remarks. 




Oct. IS, 1S32 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


73 






Dec. 14, 1S32 






79 






Dec. 31, 1832 






74 






Jan. 5, 1833 






79 






Jan. 15, 1833 






73 






Feb. 12, 1833 






73 






Feb. 18, 1833 






77 






Feb. 25, 1833 






77 






Dec. 6, 1832 






87 
81 
78 






June 26, 1833 






72 






Sept. 10, 1833 






76 






Nov. 25, 1833 






77 






Nov. 13, 1832 






74 






Oct. 5, 1832 






81 






Feb. 18, 1833 






81 






Nov. 29, 1832 






SO 






Apr. 19, 1833 






SO 






Aug. 17, 1832 






75 






Sept. 22, 1819 


June 


13, 1817 


\i 


March 18, 1818. 




Oct. 4, 1832 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


73 






Nov. 24, 1832 






78 






Feb. 18, 1833 






72 






Feb. 11, 1833 






SO 






Oct. 28, 1833 






78 






Nov. 8, 1832 






77 






Sept. 28, 1832 






80 






Nov. 24, 1832 






SO 






Feb. 16. 1833 






82 






Jiilv 27, 1819 


June 


27, 1818 


75 


March IS, 1818. 




Dec. 6, 1832 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


75 

78 






Aug. 26, 1833 






76 
73 






May 31, 1834 






72 






Aug-. 18, 1832 












Apr. 18, 1833 






75 






Nov. 8, 1832 






76 






Jan. 3, 1834 






79 






Nov. 3, 1832 






75 


Died February 3, 1834. 




Nov. 13, 1832 






83 
81 
71 






Dec. 9, 1832 






75 







350 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCCJMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Rank, &c., of Persons Besiding in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Names 


Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


Job Pag-e 


Private 


30.00 


N. H. militia 


Stephen Putney 


" 


74.33 


N. H. cont. line 


Joseph Putney 


" 


66.66 


" 


Ebenezer Prescott 


*' 


24.21 


N. H. militia 


James Pike 


" 


37.10 


]\fess. militia 


Daniel Philbrick 


" 


3S.66 


N. H. cont. line 


Edmund Perkins 


Drummer 


22.00 


N. H. militia 


Asa Putney 


Priv. & Sergt. 


67.16 


N. H. cont. line 


Otis Robinson 


Sergeant 


96.00 
120.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Samuel Rogers 


Private 


26.66 


N. H. cont. line 


Joseph Reynolds 


u 


96.00 
63.33 


Mass. cont. line 


Simeon Rawlings 


Sergeant 


86.66 


N. H. militia 


Edmund Sawyer 


Private 


32.88 


" 


Follansbee ShaAv 


" 


26.66 


<( 


Nathaniel Stevens 


" 


28.09 


(( 


Jonathan Sargent 


Corp. &c. 


29.47 


" 


Joseph Sargent 


Private 


32.67 


N. H. cont. line 


Moody Smith 


" 


20.00 


N. H. militia 


George Stone 


" 


80.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Jonathan Stevens 


" 


20.00 


N. H. militia 


John Smith 


" 


43.33 


Mass. militia 


Morrill Shepherd 


Sergeant 


120.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Richard Straw 


Private 


26.66 


" 


John Sutton 


" 


45.00 


N. H. militia 


Dudley Smart 


" 


62.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Abram Smith 


" 


30.00 


Mass. militia 


Thomas R. Swett 


K 


60.66 


N. H. militia 


Hosea Sturtevant 


<( 


69.10 


Mass. cont. line 


Benjamin Sawyer 


" 


50.00 


N. H. cont. line 


John Shaw 


Priv. & Sergt. 


31.17 


" 


David Smith 


" 


30.00 


N. H. militia 


Pardon Tabor 


Private 


80.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Benjamin True 


" 


29.53 


" 


Samuel Trumbull 


i( 


20.00 


N. H. militia 


Jabez True 


" 


60.00 


Mass. militia 


Moses Town 


" 


46.66 


" 


Benjamin Thompson 


" 


70.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Moses Trussell 


« 


26.67 


" 


James Uran 


" 


26.66 


" 


Abner Ward 


" 


50.00 


Mass. militia 


Noah Wiggin 


<( 


20.00 


N. H. militia 


Stephen Webster 


i( 


46.66 


Mass. cont. line 


William Weeks 


Paymaster 


375.33 


N. H. cont. line 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



361 



MerrimacJv County, New Hampshire, }Yho Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1832. 



^Then placed 

on 
pension roll 



Commencement 
of pension 




Laws under which they w'ere for- 
merly inscribed on the pen- 
sion roll; and remarks. 



Nov, 
Sept. 
Feb. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Nov. 

May 

Sept. 

Oct. 

July 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Nov. 
Sept. 
Oct. 



6, 
10, 
18, 

30, 
19, 
16, 
20, 
22, 
19, 
26, 
15, 

S, 
30, 
24, 

5, 
19, 
18, 

29, 

28, 
IS, 



1832 
1833 
1833 

1833 
1833 
1833 
1833 
1819 
1832 
1832 
1819 
1833 
1833 
1832 
1833 
1833 
1833 

1832 
1832 
1832 



Oct. 


23, 


1832 


Nov. 


5, 


1832 


Feb. 


28, 


1833 


Jan. 


15, 


1833 


Mar. 


19, 


1833 


Apr, 


6, 


1833 


Oct. 


10, 


1833 


Oct. 


18, 


1833 


May 


1, 


1833 


Aug. 


11, 


1832 


AU£?. 


23, 


1832 


Feb. 


2, 


1833 


Feb. 


11, 


1833 


Feb. 


19, 


1833 


Dec. 


6. 


1832 


Oct. 


2 


1833 


Jan. 


19, 


1833 


Feb. 


9 


1833 


Feb. 


11, 


1833 


Aug. 


10, 


1833 



Mar. 


4, 


1831 


68 
70 
79 

77 
81 
80 

74 
82 


Apr. 


24, 


1819 




Mar. 


4, 


1831 


85 


^lay 


21, 


1819 


76 


Mar. 


4, 

a 


1831 


81 
73 
84 
78 
79 
84 
76 








73 
89 
84 
71 
79 
73 
75 
79 
73 
73 
74 
82 
78 

72 




<( 




91 
75 
80 
73 
77 
76 
75 
79 
76 
79 



March 18, 1818. 
March IS, 1818. 



Died November 30, 1832. 



Died February 7, 1834. 



352 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing tlie Names, lianl; d-c, of Persons Eesiding in 

Pension List tinder Act of 







Annual 






Names 


Rank 


Allow- 


Description of service 






ance 






Sampson "Wheeler 


Private 


31.66 


X. H. 


militia 


Stephen "Wells 


" 


26.66 


Mass. 


militia 


Eliphalet "Wood 


» 


96.00 
80.00 


Mass. 


cont. line 


Plnmmer Wheeler 


" 


40.00 


X. H. 


cont. line 


Eliakim "Walker 


Sergeant 


120.00 


K H. 


militia 


Jonathan Wheelock 


Priv. & Drum- 










[mer 


96.00 


Mass. 


cont. line 


<i 


<( 


lOS.OO 




« 


William Wheeler 2nd 


Private 


96.00 
80.00 




!! 


Joshua "\Miitney 


Priv. & Sergt. 


42.15 




" 


Peter Whittemore 


Private 


21.78 


X. H. 


cont. line 


Charles Williams 


" 


25.00 




" 


John White 


Sergeant 


50.00 


Mass. 


militia 


Joseph Yonring 


Private 


40.00 


X. H. 


militia 



KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



353 



Merrimack County, New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscrihed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1832. 



When 


placed 


Commencement 




Laws under which they were for- 




3n 










Ages 


merly inscribed on the pen- 


pension 


roll 


of 


pension 




sion roll; and remarks. 


Feb. 


18, 


1S33 


Mar. 


4, 


1831 


87 
80 




June 


17, 


1819 


Mar. 


3, 


1819 


89 


March 18. ISIS. 


Feb. 


25, 


1831 


Mar. 


4, 


1831 


89 


Died August 4, 1833. 


Mar. 


9, 


1831 




" 




78 




Nov. 


5, 


1832 




" 




81 




June 


5, 


1818 


:Mar. 


23, 


1818 


75 


March IS, 1818. Transferred from 
Middlesex county, Massachu- 
setts. 


Aus-. 


16, 


1832 


Mar. 


4, 


1831 


75 




June 


15, 


1819 


Apr. 


oo 


1818 


70 


March IS, 1818. 


Aug. 


7, 


1832 


Mar. 


4, 


1S31 






Dec. 


6, 


1832 








SO 




Oct. 


24, 


1833 








76 




Feb. 


27, 


1834 








75 




Mar. 


19, 


1833 








85 


Died January 16, 1834. 


Feb. 


21, 


1833 








79 





354 



REVOLUTIONAP.Y DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Rani-, cC-c, of Persons Fesiding in 

Pension List under Act of 







rVnnual 




Names 


Eank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


Allen Anderson 


Private 


96.00 
80.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Thomas Anderson 


(< 


21.33 


N. H. militia 


James Brown 


" 


30.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Philip Blaisdell 


" 


34.10 


N. H. militia 


Sewall Brown 


" 


33.77 


Mass. militia 


Truce Brown 


" 


37.66 


N. H. militia 


Simon Batchelder 


" 


66.66 


N. H. cont. line 


John Bickford 


Priv. & Sergt. 


46.48 


N. H. militia 


Ebenezer Bennett 


Private 


43.33 


N. H. cont. line 


Josiah Batchelder 


" 


26.66 


" 


Jeremiah Bean 


" 


73.33 


" 


Nathan Brown 


" 


36.66 


Mass. militia 


Nathaniel Burpee 


" 


24.77 


N. H. cont. line 


^[oses Bly 


Priv. &c. 


23.33 


Mass. militia 


John E. Bickman 


Private 


26.66 


N. H. militia 


Jeremiah Brown 


" 


27.54 


" 


John Bartlett 


" 


70.00 


N. H. cont. line 


James Pritchett 


" 


20.00 


Mass. militia 


William Bradford 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


" 


«' 


66.67 


" 


John Batchelder 


" 


39.10 


N. H. militia 


David Burba nk 


" 


23.33 


N. H. cont. line 


Ezekiel Belknap 


Lieutenant 


146.66 


Mass. militia 


Joshua Brown 


Private 


25.88 


N. H. militia 


Jeremiah Brown 


" 


61.10 


" 


John Batchelder 


" 


23.33 


" 


Moses Burseil 


Priv. & Corp. 


70.83 


" 


James Burnham 


Priv., Corp. & 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


" 


" [Sergt. 


128.03 


" 


John By am 


Priv. & Drum. 


32.00 


" 


Perley Chase 


Corp. & Priv. 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


" 


Private 


76.66 


" 


David Currier 


" 


36.88 


N. H. cont. line 


Jacob Carter 


" 


26.66 


N. H. militia 


Thomas Carlton 


" 


20.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Thomas Cheney 


« 


96.00 
80.00 


11 


John Clay 


" 


44.21 


N. H. militia 


Ebenezer Cheney 


« 


50.22 


Mass. cont. line 


IMoses Chase 


" 


20.99 


N. H. militia 


Samuel Collins 


<( 


20.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Joseph Calef 


(< 


26.44 




Joseph Chandler 


Priv. <&c. 


45.33 


Mass. cont. line 


Joseph Colcord 


Private 


30.88 


N. H. cont. line 



KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



355 



RocJciiitjham County, New Hampshire, IFAo Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, ISS'2. 



When placed 

on 
pension roll 


Commencement 
of pension 


Ages 


Laws imder Avhich they were 
merly inscribed on the pen- 
sion roll; and remarks. 


for- 


Apr. 


13, 1S18 


Apr. 


11, 


1818 


78 


March 18, 1818. 




Aug. 


9, 1S32 


Mar. 


4, 


1831 








Oct. 


23, 1832 




" 




72 






Oct. 


19, 1832 




" 




81 






Oct. 


25, 1832 




" 




73 






Xov. 


23, 1832 




" 




81 






Ott. 


19, 1832 




" 




73 






Oct. 


20, 1832 




u 




76 
74 






Oct. 


29, 1832 




a 




72 
84 
SO 


• 




XoA^ 


23, 1832 




a 




74 

81 






Dec. 


14, 1832 




" 




81 






Dec. 


20, 1832 




a 




82 
74 






Dec. 


27, 1832 




" 




81 






Feb. 


4, 1833 




" 




69 






Feb. 


11, 1819 


May 


15, 


1818 


83 


March IS, ISIS. 




June 


26, 1833 


Mar. 


4, 


1831 








Dec. 


19, 1833 




(( 




73 






Dec. 


7, 1832 




, a 




84 






Apr. 


25, 1833 




" 




98 






May 


1, 1833 




" 




78 






Apr. 


19, 1S33 




" 




72 






Mar. 


8, 1834 




" 




77 






Apr. 


9, 1834 




" 




82 






May 


1, 1819 


June 


10, 


1819 


80 


March 18, 1S18. 




Apr. 


9, 1834 


Mar. 


4, 


1831 








Oct. 


2, 1832 




" 




72 






Dec. 


1, 1819 


Sept. 


4, 


1819 


75 


March 18, ISIS. 




Oct. 


23, 1832 


Mar. 


4, 


1831 


79 

81 
71 

78 






Oct. 


19, 1832 




n 








Sept. 


20, 1819 


May 


2 


1818 


March 18, 1818. 




Aug. 


7, 1832 


Mar. 


4, 


1831 








Dec. 


14, 1832 




" 




■ 73 


Died June 28, 1832. 




Dec. 


20, 1832 




a 




71 






Dec. 


28, 1832 




(( 




73 






Jan. 


15, 1833 




" 




69 






Aug. 


29, 1833 




" 




77 






Aug. 


25, 1833 




a 




90 






May 


1, 1833 




" 




79 







356 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Rani, cCt., of Persons llesiding in 

Pension List vnder Act of 



Names 



Nathaniel Ciark 



John Chesley 
Samuel S. Cram 
David Crowell 
George Colbath 
Smith Chapman 
James Choate 
Benjamin Crane 
John Davis 
IMichael Dalton 
Jonathan Davis 
Abner Davis 
Joseph Dearborn 
Zebnlon Dow 
Jacob Davis 
Jacob Elliott 



Benjamin Eastman 
Benjamin Eaton 
Levi Eaton 
Sylvanus Eaton 
David Eaton 
Abijah Eaton 
Joel Easterbrook 
Moses French 

Jacob Freeze 
Mark Fifield 
Theodore Fuller 
Nicholas Felch 
Benjamin Farmer 
Samuel George 
Josiah Goodrich 
Andrew Gilman 
Levi Gove 
Daniel Goodwin 
Charles B. Grace 
James Gooch 



Bank 



Annual 
Allow- 
ance 



Corporal 



Priv. & Art if. 
Private 



Corp. & Priv. 
Private 



Lieutenant 



Private 



Priv. of art. 
Clk. & Purser 



48.00 
9G.00 

88.00 

70.87 
40.00 
46.67 
50.00 
29.10 
.37.10 
28.42 
45.99 
36.11 
40.00 
20.00 
20 ?)?> 
24.11 
41.88 
48.00 
72.00 

320.00 

26.66 
55.66 
50.00 
66.66 
20.87 
28.32 
50.00 
96.00 
80.00 
30.00 
25.88 
20.88 
56.66 
80.00 
80.00 
50.66 
35.21 
20.00 
21.66 
37.50 
96.00 



Descrij)tion of service 



Mass. cont. line 



X. H. militia 
X. H. cont. line 
Mass. militia 
X. H. cont. line 
X'. H. militia 
Mass. cont. line 
N. H. militia 

X. H. cont. line 
X. H. militia 

X. H. cont. line 
X. H. militia 

Mass. cont. line 



X. H. cont. line 
X. H. militia 
Mass. militia 
X. H. militia 
Mass. militia 
Mass. cont. line 



X. H. militia 

X. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 
Mass. militia 
Vermont militia 
X. H. cont. line 
X. H. militia 

X. H. cont. line 
Ship Rantrer. 

Capt. Simpson 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



357 



Boclingliam County, New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1SS2. 



When 


placed 

nri 


Commencement 


Ages 


Laws under which they wei-e for- 
merly inscribed on tlae pen- 


pension 


roll 


of 


pension 




sion roll; and remarks. 


June 


s, 


1821 


May 
Dec. 


8, 1821 
25, 1826 


68 


April 10, 1806. Invalid pension. 
April 24, 1816. Increased to this 
rate by this act. 


June 


1, 


1833 


Mar. 


4, 1S31 




Also in the receipt of the benefit 
of act June 7, 1832. 


June 


13, 


1833 




" 


81 
76 
76 




Aug. 


3, 


1833 




» 




Nov. 


22, 


1833 




" 


74 




Sept. 


2si 


1833 




" 


77 




Aug. 


3, 


1833 




" 


i O 




Oct. 


25, 


1832 




" 


72 




Aug. 


19, 


1832 




" 


77 




Mar. 


19, 


1833 




" 


82 




June 


1, 


1833 




" 


78 




June 


13, 


1833 




" 


78 




Sept. 


28, 


1833 




" 


71 




Oct. 


10, 


1833 




" 


78 




May 


4, 


1833 




" 


75 




Mar. 


8, 


1822 


Jan. 
Dec. 


26, 1821 
20, 1833 




February 4, 1822. Invalid pension. 
Increased to this rate on account 
of increased disability. 


July 


21, 


1832 


Mar. 


4, 1S31 




Also in the receipt of the benefit 
of act June 7, 1832. 


Nov. 


23, 


1832 




u 


82 
75 




Jan. 


14, 


1833 




" 


76 

78 
77 




Ajn-. 


25, 


1833 




" 


75 




Apr. 


18, 


1833 




n 


86 




Nov. 


26, 


1818 


Apr. 


11, 1818 




March 18, 1818. 


Aug. 


11, 


1832 


Mar. 


4, 1S31 






Oct. 


19, 


1832 




" 


83 
73 

72 




Oct. 


20, 


1832 




" 




May 


14, 


1833 




" 


79 




Jan. 


1, 


1832 




(1 


75 




Dec. 


20, 


1832 




" 


77 




Feb. 


9, 


1833 




" 


73 




Apr. 


IS, 


1833 




" 


79 




Apr. 


8, 


1833 




" 


75 




May 


23, 


1833 




" 


85 




Feb. 


1, 


1833 




n 


82 




Dec. 


22 


, 181S 


May 


27, 1818 


76 


March 18, 181S. 



858 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Karnes, Baiil; dr., of Persons Eesiding in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Xames 


Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Descrii^tion of service 


James Gooch 


Clk. & Purser 


250.00 


Ship Ranger 


Richard Heath 


Private 


06.00 
SO.OO 


Mass. cont. line 


Nicholas D. Hill 


" 


40.00 


N. H. militia 


Samuel Haley 


" 


66.66 


N. H. cont. line 


Caleb Hall 


" 


H6.66 


^lass. militia 


Peter Hunt 


« 


40.00 


]Mass. cont. line 


John Heath 


u 


."0.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Ebenezer Hoyt 


" 


26.66 


N. H. militia 


James Hastings 


(( 


21.88 


N. H. cont. line 


Samuel Huse 


" 


61.22 


N. H. militia 


George Hunt 


" 


21.66 


IMass. militia 


Abiel Heath 


(1 


50.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Stephen Hoit 


Priv. & Corp. 


40.66 


N. H. state troops 


James Heath 


Private 


34.22 


N. H. cont. line 


Jason Hazzard 


" 


40.00 


'' 


John Johnson 


" 


30.00 


N. H. militia 


" 


Sergeant 


92.00 


Mass. militia 


Nathaniel Jewett 


Private 


51.66 


Mass. cont. line 


Anthony Kelly 


" 


20.00 


" 


Job Kent 


Ensign 


65.32 


N. H. militia 


Joseph Long 


Private 


26.66 


Mass. state troops 


Ebenezer Lovering 


" 


57.32 


N. H. militia 


Thomas Lovering 


" 


80.00 


" 


John Lovering 


" 


SO.OO 


" 


Edward Lock 


" 


23.33 


it 


James Lane 


" 


28.10 


*' 


Joseph Leathers 


" 


40.00 


" [mer 


George Long 


Midshipman 


42.66 


Ship Polly. Capt. Pal- 


Simon Locke 


Private 


20.00 


N. H. militia 


Daniel Lamprey 


" 


23.33 


N. H. cont. line 


Simon Leavitt 


Drummer 


47.66 


" 


Benjamin Lovering 


Private 


80.00 


" 


Benjamin Langley 


" 


24.76 


N. H. militia 


Theophilus Lovering 


Sergeant 


96.00 
120.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Asa Marston 


Private 


41.44 


N. H. militia 


William Moore 


" 


29.33 


N. H. cont. line 


Levi Marston 


" 


56.66 


(( 


Thomas Marston 


" 


31.66 


" 


Robert Marshall 


" 


SO.OO 


" 


William Marden 


" 


60.00 


Mass. militia 


Joseph Marsh 2nd 


" 


96.00 


N. H. cont. line 


« 


« 


SO.OO 





REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



859 



RocJiingham County, Ntw Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1S32. 



When placed 

on 
pension roll 


Commencement 
of pension 


Ages 


Laws under Avliich they were foi 
nierly inscribed on the pen- 
sion roll; and remarks. 


- 


Jan. 21, 1834 
■ Sept. 20, 1819 


Mar. 
Apr. 


4, 1S31 
29, ISIS 


72 


March 16, 1818. 




Oct. 27, 1832 


Mar. 


4, 1S31 








Oct. 20, 1832 






75 
75 






Oct. 16, 1832 






95 






Dec. 14, 1832 






89 






Jan. 10, 1833 






74 






Nov. 29, 1832 






SO 






Apr. 29, 1833 
Oct. 18, 1832 






83 
73 






Nov. 25, 1833 






73 






June 18, 1834 






72 






Mar. 21, 1834 






' 79 






Apr. 7, 1834 
Mar. 6, 1833 






79 






Oct. 20, 1832 






76 






Aug-. 17, 1833 






86 






Jan. 18, 1834 






81 






Nov. 24, 1832 






80 






Apr. 25, 1832 
Oct. 16, 1832 






91 

81 






Oct. 17, 1832 






77 
74 
81 






" 










Oct. 19, 1832 






73 

75 






Oct 24, 1832 






75 






Jan. 7, 1833 






71 






Dec. 20, 1832 






75 






Nov. 28, 1832 






75 

81 






Apr. 6, 1833 






80 

77 






July 27, 1819 


Apr. 


15, 1818 


i % 

75 


March 18, ISIS. 




June 17, 1833 


Mar. 


4, 1831 








Oct. 27, 1832 




" 


74 






Oct. 22, 1832 




n 


71 






Oct. 20, 1832 




" 


76 






Oct. 19, 1832 




« 


77 
81 






Sept. 14, 1832 
Oct. 9, 1819 


June 


19. 1819 


79 
79 


March IS, ISIS. 




Aug. 2. 1832 


^lar. 


4, 1S31 


79 







360 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing ilie Names, Ranh, &c., of Persons Residing in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Names 


Eank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


Aaron ]\Ierrill 


Private 


46.7(3 


Mass. militia 


Enoch Merrill 


" 


30.00 


" 


John ^rcC'ormick 


Priv. of art. 


100.00 


N. H. militia 


John Mori-ison 


Private 


30.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Simon Merrill 


Lieutenant 


240.00 


" 


" 


" 


320.00 


<< 


Theophilus Norris 


Private 


96.00 
40.00 


I* 


Isaac Xoyes 


" 


20.00 


" 


Samuel Nay 


" 


32.99 


N. H. militia 


Drisco Nock 


a 


40.77 


" 


Timothy Noyes 


Priv. & Corp. 


32.67 




"William Pattee 


Private 


31.99 


N. H. militia 


Henry Parker 


" 


20.44 


N. H. cont. line 


Timothy M. Pearson 


<t 


30.00 


N. H. militia 


John Palmer 


(1 


25.66 


Mass. cont. line 


John Pitman 


" 


40.00 


N. H. cont. line 


James Platts 


" 


44.66 


^lass. cont. line 


John Potter 


« 


26.66 


N. H. militia 


Stephen Phimmer 


" 


36.67 


Mass. militia 


Jacob Qnimby 


" 


31.65 


N. H. militia 


Jonathan Eundlett 


" 


45.52 


" 


Francis Pawlings 


t( 


20.74 


" 


Thomas Eand 


" 


31. SS 


N. H. cont. line 


Thomas Ennnells 


" 


80.00 


N. H. militia 


William Powell 


" 


■ 30.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Mark Kandall 


" 


80.00 


" 


Andrew Eobinson 


" 


36.67 


N. H. militia 


Thomas Senter 


Sergeant 


40.00 


" 


Benjamin Shute 


Mariner 


30.00 


Ship of war Eanger 


John Sleeper 


Priv. & Corp. 


130.00 


E. I. cont. line 


John Stearns 


Private 


80.00 


N. H. militia 


Phineas Swain 


" 


70.00 


" 


Joseph Shaw 


(( 


43.33 


N. H. cont. line 


John Shannon 


(< 


80.00 


" 


Jacob Smith 


" 


50.00 


" 


Samuel Spafford 


Priv. & Artif . 


46.00 


N. H. militia 


John Sargent 


Private 


30.88 


N. H. cont. line 


William Simpson 


" 


''3 33 


N, H. militia 


Jewett Sanborn 


(( 


63.33 


" 


Joshua Shaw 


<< 


36.66 


(( 


Daniel Stevens 


Ensign, &c. 


43.03 


" 


Jonathan Thing 


" 


66.55 


" 


Philip Tilton 


Captain 


240.00 
397.99 


N. H. cont. line 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



S61 



EocJcinyliain Countij, New Ilampslivre, ^Y^lO Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 1, 1S32. 



When placed 


Commencement 




Laws under which they were 


for- 


on 




Ages 


merly inscribed on the pen 


- 


pension roll 


of pension 




sion roll; and remarks. 




Jan. 14, 1S33 


Mar, 4, 1831 


79 


Died July 24. 1S33. 




Mar. 29, 1833 


a 


77 






May 2, 1S33 


" 


76 






Aug. 6, 1833 


" 


85 






Apr. 13, 1819 


Apr, 7, 1818 


82 


March 18, 1818. 




Dec. 5, 1833 


Mar. 4, 1831 


82 






May 19, 1820 


July 2, 1819 


75 


March 18, 1818. Died July 29, 


1833. 


Oct. 9, 1832 


Mar. 4, 1831 


75 






Oct. 19, 1832 






73 

TO 






Mar. 8, 1834 






85 






Apr. 27, 1833 












Oct. 27, 1832 






71 






Oct. 22, 1832 






71 






Oct. 19, 1832 






7S 






May 1, 1S33 






SO 






Apr. 19, 1833 






87 






Apr. 8, 1833 






79 






Apr, 5, 1833 






82 


Died August 4, JSS.'i 




Aug-, 3, 1833 






86 






Nov. 13, 1832 






73 






Oct, 19, 1832 






74 
73 
74 






Oct, 22, 1832 










Nov. 23, 1832 






72 






Apr. 19, 1833 






So 






May 26, 1834 






77 






Mar. 17, 1834 






74 






Apr. 19, 1833 






81 






Aug. 21, 1832 












Oct. 16, 1832 






SO 






Oct. 19, 1832 






72 
71 






Oct. 20, 1832 






83 






Oct, 23, 1832 






77 






Oct. 25, 1832 






78 






Oct. 29, 1832 






77 






Nov. 23, 1832 






88 






Nov. 29, 1832 






86 






Dec. 3, 1832 






75 






May 1, 1833 






77 






Oct, 22, 1833 






88 






Apr, 25, 1S33 






74 






May 5, 1819 


Apr. 20, ISIS 


93 


j^farch IS, ISIS. 




Apr, 9, 1833 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


93 







362 



EEVOLUTIONARr DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Karnes, Banl-, £-c., of Persons Besiding in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Names 


Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


John True 


Priv. & Corp. 


35.00 


Mass. militia 


Daniel Towle 


Private 


36.67 


N. H. militia 


James Thompson 


Priv. & Sergt. 


31.55 


N. H. eont. line 


Joshua Yeasey 


Private 


23.33 


{< 


Moses Whittaker 


ii 


80.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Israel Woodbury 


" 


80.00 


X. H. militia 


Jacob Webster 


Capt. & Lieut. 


192.54 


X. H. cont. line 


Simon Wiggin 


Fifer 


44.00 


" 


John Wilson 


Private 


32.8S 


" 


John Wason 


" 


20.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Robert Wilson 


" J 


80.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Asa Wood 


" 


43.33 


Mass. militia 


Seth Walker 


Sergt. & Lieut. 


248.34 


N. H. militia 


Elisha Woodbury 


Private 


66.66 


X. H. cont, line 


Winthrop Wiggin 


Sergeant 


96.00 
120.00 


" 


Benjamin Warner 


Master-at-arms 


92.55 


Mass. militia 


Timothy Wells 


Private 


34.21 


" 


Eichard W^ebster 


" 


63.99 


X. H. cont. line 


Josiah Wj-man 




28.64 





REVOLUTIONAKY DOCUMENTS 



363 



Rochingliam Counfi/, New Hampshire, ^Y]lO Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1S32. 



When placed 
on 


Commencement 


Ages 


Laws under -which thej- were 
merly inscribed on the jDen 


for- 


pension roll 


of pension 




sioFi roll; and remarks. 




June 1, 1S33 


Mar. 4, 1831 


71 






Oct. 24, 1833 






80 






Nov. 29, 1832 






84 






Nov. 19, 1832 






SO 






Nov. 2, 1832 






69 






Oct. 19, 1832 






7t 
89 
75 






Oct. 17, 1832 






73 






Oct. 16, 1832 






71 






Aug. 7, 1832 






75 






Mar. 20, 1833 






76 






Apr. 5, 1833 






72 






Nov. 27, 1818 


Apr. 13. 1818 


89 


March 18, 1818. 




Sept. 11, 1833 


Mar. 4, 1S31 


S9 






Nov, 4, 1833 


" 


78 






Oct. 23, 1832 


" 


76 






Oct. 20, 1832 


" 








Apr. 5, 1833 


<' 


71 







364 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, BanJc, &c., of Persons Eesiding in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Names 


Raitk 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


William Applebee 


Private 


21.66 


N. H. militia 


John Aiken 


" 


27.98 


" 


Thomas Adams 


" 


21.66 


Mass. cont. line 


Thomas Applebee 


i( 


96.00 
80.00 


.. 


Ebenezer Bean 


" 


69.88 


X. H. cont. line 


Thomas Berry 


(( 


30.00 


" 


Nathaniel Berry- 


t( 


58.89 


N. H. militia 


Daniel Brooks 


" 


80.00 


Mass. militia 


Amos Bragdon 


" 


26.67 


" 


Solomon Bragdon 


t( 


40.00 


" 


Daniel Brown 


(( 


33.99 


X. H. cont. line 


Eleazer Bennett 


" 


32.67 


X. H. militia 


Charles Brown 


" 


42.78 


X. H. cont. line 


James Berry 


" 


61.66 


Mass. militia 


Thomas Baker 


'• 


60.00 


" 


Jonathan Calley 


" 


69.65 


X. H. cont. line 


Jonathan Cook 


a 


80.00 


Conn, militia 


Daniel Crosford 


" 


30.00 


Mass. militia 


James Chesley 


" 


44.66 


X. H. militia 


Israel Camp 


" 


40.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Moses Cnrrier 


" 


53.77 


X. H. cont. line 


Neal Cate 


" 


37.65 


X. H. militia 


Ebenezer Colby 


" 


26.66 


Mass. militia 


Elisha Chapman 




61.55 


X. H. cont. line 


Daniel Cnshing 




41.66 


" 


Josiah Copp 


" 


46.88 


X. H. militia 


David Clough 


a 


24.65 


" 


Eoland Crocker 


Artificer 


90.48 


E. I. militia 


Ebenezer Cook 


Private 


40.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Ichabod Colby 


" 


42.00 


X. H. militia 


Valentine Chapman 


n 


20.00 


" 


Elias Chapman 


Sergeant 


33.33 


Vermont militia 


James Crnmmett 


Private 


80.00 


X. H. cont. line 


David Corson 


Seaman 


23.33 


Ship Ranger 


Richard Dnrgin 


Private 


26.99 


X'. H. militia 


Elijah Dinsmore 


Fifer 


50.42 


X. H. cont. line 


Joseph Dnrgin 


Private 


21.00 


X. H. militia 


John Drake 


" 


22.78 


" 


Joseph Dame 


" 


20.00 


!Mass. militia 


David Davis 


" 


78.90 


X. H. cont. line 


Cornelins Denbo 


i( 


33.33 


X". H. militia 


Ephraim Drake 


" 


57.54 


" 


Winthrop Davis 


(( 


41.78 


X. H. cont. line 


William Eaton 


" 


80.00 


Mass. cont. line 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



365 



Strafford County, New HampsMre, llV/o Have Been Inscribed on t'he 
Congress Passed June 7, 1832. 



When placed 

on 
pension roll 



Commencement 
of pension 




Feb. 


8 


1833 


Apr. 


16 


1833 


June 


3 


1834 


Apr. 


19 


1818 


Mar. 


6 


1833 


Apr. 


25 


1833 


Apr. 


17 


1833 


Apr. 


16 


1833 


Apr. 


15 


1833 


Apr. 


19 


1833 


Apr. 


16 


1833 


Apr. 


6 


1833 


Apr. 


1 


1833 


Sept. 


24 


1833 


Oct. 


24 


1833 


Nov. 


5 


1832 


Nov. 


24 


1832 


Jan. 


20 


1833 


Jan. 


19 


1833 


Mar. 


1 


1833 


Nov. 


29 


1832 


Dec. 


7 


1832 


Apr. 


19 


1833 


Apr. 


6 


1833 


Mar. 


27 


1833 


Apr. 


26 


1833 


Sept. 


24 


1833 


Oct. 


10 


1833 


^far. 


26 


1834 


Mar. 


17 


1834 


Mar. 


6 


1834 


Feb. 


20 


1834 


Dec. 


14 


1832 


Apr. 


27 


1833 


Apr. 


24 


1833 


Apr. 


15 


1833 


Ang. 


6 


1833 


May 


23 


1833 


Nov. 


20 


1833 


Jan. 


9 


1833 


Feb. 


24 


1834 


Nov. 


5 


1832 



Mar. 4, 1831 



May 2, 1818 
Mar. 4, 1831 



SO 

77 

79 

78 
76 
73 
76 

85 
77 
84 
74 
79 
77 
78 
72. 
82 
84 
78 
75 



83 
82 
74 
82 
77 
72 
73 
74 
82 
76 
73 
84 
72 
81 
80 



92 

86 
68 

77 



Laws under which thej^ were for- 
merly inscribed on the pen- 
sion roll; and remarks. 



Died Nov. 15, 1833. 



366 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Slioic'uuj tlie Names, Bank, &c., of Persons Besiding in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Xames 


Eaxk 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


"William Eaton 


Private 


23.33 


Mass. militia 


Stephen Etheridge 


" 


20.00 


X. H. militia 


Richard Fnrber 


Lieut. & Priv. 


84.99 


X. H. cont. line 


Jeremiah Folsom 


Private 


SO.OO 


X. H. militia 


Edward Fox 


" 


31.66 


X. H. cont. line 


Stephen Fogg 


« 


37.21 


X. H. militia 


Jeremiah Foss 


(( 


50.00 


" 


James Fullerton 


a 


29.90 


" 


Elisha Fox 


" 


SO.OO 


Conn, militia 


George Foss 


" 


22.00 


X. H. militia 


Amos Fernald 


" 


23.33 


X. H. cont. line 


Benjamin Fox 


" 


76.33 


X. H. militia 


Daniel Fuller 


" 


25.00 


X, Y. cont. line 


Jacob Flint 


" 


30.00 


X. H. militia 


Nathaniel Foss 


" 


23.33 


" 


Georg-e Foss 


" 


22.55 


" 


Benjamin Gilman 


" 


53.33 


X. H. cont. line 


Ezra Green 


Surgeon 


435.00 


Ship Eanger, 

Paiil Jones 


William Gntterson 


Private 


33.33 


Mass. cont. line 


George S. Hayes 


" 


34.88 


X. H. cont. line 


Closes Harmon 


u 


96.00 
73.33 


Mass. cont. line 


John Ham 


" 


20.00 


X. H. cont. line 


John Harper 


a 


23.33 


" 


Asher Hurlbnrt 


" 


23.33 


Conn, militia 


Xathan Hanson 


". 


52.09 


X. H. militia [Jones 


Solomon Hiitchins 


Seaman 


88.33 


Ship Eanger, Paul 


Iiobert Hawkins 


Private 


30.00 


Mass. cont. line 


■\Yilliam Hnse 


" 


38.99 


X. H. militia 


Benjamin Ham 


" 


29.33 


t( 


Samuel Hidden 


" 


33.33 


" 


Ebenezer Horn 


Priv. & Sergt. 


S2.33 


X. H. cont. line 


Benjamin Hoit 


Private 


33.33 


X. H. militia 


Ebenezer Hall 


" 


61.76 


X. H. cont. line 


Joseph Hodgman 


" 


20.00 


X". H. militia 


David Head 


" 


20.00 


" 


Thomas Hanaford 


" 


26.66 


X. H. cont. line 


Thomas Hatch 


a 


58.00 


" 


John Huse 


" 


33.33 


Mass. cont. line 


Isaac Hanson 


Seaman 


100.00 


Mass. militia 


Thomas Hajes 


Liexitenant 


SO.OO 


X. H. militia 


Levi Jiidd 


Private 


38.43 


Conn, militia 


rhineas Johnson 




27.10 


Mass. militia 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



367 



Strafford County, New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, ISS^. 



When placed 
on 


Commencement 


Ages 


Laws under which they were 
merly inscribed on the jDen- 


for- 


pension roll 


of 


pension 




sion roll; and remarks. 




Jan. 


10, 1S33 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


79 






Aug. 


6 


1833 




" 


74 






Nov. 


12 


1S32 




" 


SO 






Dec. 


14 


1832 




" 


75 






Jan. 


11 


1833 




i< 


79 






Jan, 


25 


1833 




" 


72 






Feb. 


20 


1834 




" 


81 






Jan. 


30 


1833 




(( 


78 






Mar. 


5 


1833 




" 


76 






Dec. 


3 


1832 




" 


76 






Apr. 


18 


1833 




" 


83 






Apr. 


1 


1833 




(< 


73 






Oct. 


2 


1833 




>< 


73 






Dec. 


5 


1833 




" 


83 






Mar. 


21 


1834 




" 


87 






Feb. 


17 


1834 




(( 


78 






Apr. 


5 


1833 




'* 


74 






Apr. 


16 


1833 




" 


88 






Apr. 


24 


1834 




" 


79 


Died April 13, 1S3.>. 




Nov. 


12 


1832 




" 


73 






July 


24 


1819 


July 


8, 1819 


75 


March 18, 1818. 




Nov. 


2 


1832 


Mar. 


4, 1831 








Oct. 


18 


1832 




" 


70 






Jan. 


10 


1833 




" 


79 






Jan. 


19 


1833 




" 


73 






Jan. 


30 


1833 




(( 


78 






Nov. 


28 


1832 




" 


74 






Dec. 


7 


1832 




" 


76 

74 
78 






Apr. 


25 


1833 




" 






Apr. 


24 


1833 




" 


74 






Apr. 


20 


1833 




" 


79 






Apr. 


17 


1833 




" 


75 






Apr. 


16 


1833 




.< 


78 
81 






Apr. 


19 


1833 




" 


72 






Apr. 


10 


1833 




" 


90 






Apr. 


1 


1833 




" 


76 






Sept. 


2 


1833 




K 


75 


Died September 15, 1833. 




Nov. 


25 


1833 




" 


76 






Mar. 


31 


1834 




" 


83 






Oct. 


25 


1832 




" 


84 




- 


Oct. 


27 


1832 




" 


87 


1 





368 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Siatement Showing the Names, EcdiI-, cfr., of Persons Besiding in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Names 


Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


Timothy Johnson 


Private 


27.32 


Mass. militia 


Samuel Jewett 


" 


31.22 


Mass. cont. line 


Jabez James 


" 


2G.67 


N. H. militia 


Sarg-ent Kimball 


" 


26.52 


N. H. cont. line 


John Knowles 


" 


22.89 


" 


David Keniston 


" 


30.00 


" 


Micajah Kelly 


" 


27.43 


N. H. militia 


David Kelly 


" 


40.66 


" 


Amos Leavitt 




96.00 
SO.OO 


N. H. cont. line 


Benjamin Libby 


" 


40.00 


N. H. militia 


John Lucas 


" 


23.33 


" 


Thomas Lord 


Private, &c. 


94.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Jedediah Leighton 


Private 


23.78 


" 


Jacob Leighton 


" 


23.33 


N. H. militia 


Edward B. Moulton 


Sergt. & Priv. 


58.33 


" 


Josiah Magoon 


I'rivate 


60.00 


" 


Jonathan Morrison 


Cori^oral 


46.27 


" 


Abraham Marston 


Private 


22.56 


" 


Nathaniel Morrill 


" 


26.66 


N. H. cont. line 


John Marston 


Priv. & Sergt. 


58.83 


" 


Beuben Moulton 


Private 


22.53 


N. H. state troops 


JNIoses ^Merrill 


" 


50.00 


N. H. cont. line 


John McDufFee 


" 


57.11 


N. H. militia 


Andrew Martin 


" 


23.33 


Conn, militia 


Abner ^Moody 


'* 


23.33 


N. H. cont. line 


Henry ]\Iarch 


" 


22.56 


N. H. militia 


Reuben Morgan 


" 


21.67 


N. H. cont. line 


Edward Mason 


Sergt. & ^Laj. 


96.00 
120.00 


.< 


Jonathan Morrison 


Private 


30.77 


" 


Benjamin Nason 


Corporal 


96.00 
88.00 


Mass. cont. line 


William Nudd 


Private 


35.44 


N. H. militia 


Andrew Xeale 


" 


36.66 


" 


Anthony Nutter 




20.00 


N. H. in Fort 
Washington 


Ebenezer Nutter 


" 


80.00 


N. H. militia 


John Nutter 


" 


80.00 


" 


Joseph Neal 


" 


24.22 


" 


Elijah Otis 


" 


43.33 


N. H. cont. line 


John Osgood 


" 


47.33 


" 


Charles Powers 


" 


40.00 


N. H. militia 


Jesse Prescott 


<( 


40.00 


N. H. cont. line 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



369 



Strafford County, New Hampshire, ]T7(o Hare Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1832. 



When placed 

on 
pension roll 



Nov. 

June 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Sept. 

May 

Aug-. 

Oct. 

July 

Apr. 

Apr, 
Oct. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Dec. 
Apr. 
Mar. 
May 
Aug-. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Apr. 
Mar. 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Apr. 



Apr. 
Apr. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Apr. 19 
Nov. 12 
Dec. 3 



1S32 
1833 
1833 
1833 
1833 
1833 
1833 
1833 
1819 
1832 
1832 
1833 
1833 

1833 
1832 
1833 
1833 
1833 
1833 
1833 

1833 
1832 
1833 
1833 
1833 
1833 
1819 
1833 
1833 
1819 
1832 
1832 
1833 

1833 
1833 
1833 
1833 
1832 
1833 
1832 
1832 



Commencement 
of pension 



Annual 



Laws under which they were for- 
merly inscribed on the pen- 
sion roll; and remarks. 



Mar. 4, 1831 



Apr. 23, 1818 
Mar. 4, 1831 



Apr. 
Mar. 



3, 1818 

4, 1831 



Apr. 29, 1818 
Mar. 4, 1831 



78 
74 

74 
74 



79 
76 



69 
81 
81 

78 
78 
83 
84 



71 

88 



70 



75 

86 
73 
72 
76 



March IS, 1818. 



March IS. 1818. 
:srarch IS, ISIS. 



Died December 28, 1833. 



370 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing tlie Names, RanTc, &c., of Persons Besiding in 

Pension List under Act of 



Names 




Description of service 



William Page 
Benjamin Perkins 

Samuel Philbrick 
John Philpot 
Ebbinson Peters 
Samiiel Parshley 
Daniel Peavey 
John Parsons 
Abraham Parsons 
Benjamin Qnimby 
Miles Rnnnells 
Samuel Eunnells 
Joseph Roberts 
Levi Robinson 
Timothy Roberts 
James Remick 
Joseph Richardson 
Theodore Richards 
Daniel Randall 
James Runnells 
John Ricker 

Ephraim Roberts 
Daniel Russell 
Daniel Swett 

Joseph Sanborn 

Josiah Sanborn 
Joseph Smith 
Charles Staunton 
Jeremiah Swain 
Dudley Swain 
Alexander Strong 
Thomas Simpson 
Josiah Sawyer 
John Smith 
Benjamin Sanborn 
Jonathan Severance 
Jeremiah Sanborn 
Benjamin Smith 
John Sanders 
Moses Senter 
Benjamin Swain 



Private 



Sergt. & Priv, 
Private 



Ensign 
Private 



Corp. & Priv. 
Priv. & Sea- 
Private [man 



Ensign 
Private 

Sergt. & Ens. 
Sergt. & Mid. 

Private 



Lieutenant 
Private 



" [man 
Priv. & Sea- 



30.00 
96.00 
80.00 
23.55 
44.31 
35.11 
27.55 
33.33 
60.00 
26.67 
20.00 
20.55 

273.33 
32.10 
41.54 
26.66 
36.66 
60.00 
20.00 
21.65 
50.34 
96.00 

132.00 
40.00 
80.00 
96.00 
56.66 
96.00 
80.00 
53.99 
23.53 
80.00 
31.22 
22.44 
63.33 

320.00 
37.65 
43.44 
22.33 
37.55 
20.11 
57.154 
65.00 
20.00 
84.13 



N. H. cont. line 



N. H. militia 
N. H. cont. line 
N. H. militia 



N. H. cont. line 
N. H. militia 
N. H. cont. line 
Ship Ranger 
N. H. cont. line 
N. H. militia 
Mass. state troops 
X. H. militia 
N. H. cont. line 
N. H. militia 

Ship Ranger 

N. H. militia 
N. H. cont. line 



N. H. militia 



X. H. cont. line 
N. H. militia 



X. H. cont. line 
X. H. militia 
Mass. militia 
X. H. militia 
X. H. cont. line 



KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



371 



Strafford County, New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, ISS^. 



^\hen placed ! ^ , 

on J! • 

T, 01 pension 

pension roll I '■ 




Laws under which they were for- 
merly inscribed on the pen- 
sion roll; and remarks. 



Dec. 3, 1832 

Sept. 23, 1819 

Feb. 28, 1833 

Apr. 24, 1833 



Apr. 


1 


1833 


Mar. 


26 


1833 


May 


1 


1833 


Oct. 


22 


1832 


Oct. 


24, 


1832 


Nov. 


12, 


1832 


Jan. 


10, 


1833 


Jan. 


18, 


1833 


Feb. 


1, 


1833 


Apr. 


1, 


1833 


May 


1, 


1833 


June 


13, 


1833 


Aufif. 


3, 


1833 


Apr. 


19, 


1820 


Sept. 


11, 


1833 


Sept. 


24, 


1833 


Dec. 


5, 


1S33 


Nov. 


24, 


1819 


Aug-. 


4, 


1832 


Mar. 


5, 


1819 


Au£r. 


16, 


1832 


Mar. 


15, 


1833 


Oct. 


23, 


1832 


Nov. 


3, 


1832 


Nov. 


5, 


1832 


Nov. 


10, 


1832 


Nov. 


23. 


1832 


Feb. 


4, 


1832 


Jan. 


25, 


1832 


Feb. 


1, 


1833 


Jan. 


29, 


1832 


Jan. 


30, 


1833 


Jan. 


10, 


1833 


Feb. 


11, 


1833 


Dec. 


3, 


1832 


Apr. 


2 


1833 



Mar. 4, 1S31 
Apr. 29, 1818 
Mar. 4, 1S31 



Mar. 28, 1818 



Mar. 



Apr. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
ISIar. 



4, 1831 



23, ISIS 

4, 1831 

2S, ISIS 

4, 1831 



74 
77 
82 
SI 
85 
82 
80 



SO 
71 
80 
75 
74 
90 
74 
74 
82 
84 
84 
78 
79 
71 
71 
73 
73 
68 
74 



70 
73 
79 
72 
74 
74 
77 
69 
76 
77 
71 
74 



March 18, ISIS. 



March IS, 1818. 

March IS, ISIS. 
March IS, ISIS. 



Died August i4, 1833. 



372 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Bank, &c., of Persons Residing in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Names 


Eank 


Allow- 


Description of service 






ance 




Stephen Strong 


Private 


30.66 


Conn, militia 


George Seward 


Priv. & Corp. 


23.64 


N. H. militia 


Samuel Sibley 


Private 


31.44 


" 


Henry Smith 


» 


96.00 
53.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Jeremiah Sanborn 


<( 


23.33 


tt 


Josiah Smith 


Priv. of drag. 


100.00 


N. H. militia 


Eliphalet Smith 


Private 


20.22 


" 


Nathan Taylor 


Lieutenant 


120.00 


N. H. cont. line 


« 


" 


136.00 

204.00 
320.00 


(( 


Daniel Tilton 


Private 


55. 8S 


N. H. militia 


Jonathan Taylor 


" 


20.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Edmund Tibbetts 


" 


24.54 


N. H. militia 


Jonathan Towie 


" 


31.21 


" 


John B. Tilton 


" 


20.00 


(( 


Thomas Thompson ' 


" 


30.00 


Maine militia 


Richard Taylor 


" 


57.54 


N. H. cont. line 


Eobert Tibbetts 


" 


69.89 


Mass. militia 


James Tibbetts 


Sailor 


28.00 


Ship Hampden 


Joseph Tasker 


Private 


26.66 


N. H. militia 


John Trickey 


" 


32.33 


N. H. cont. line 


Samuel Tibbetts 


" 


26.66 


Maine militia 


John Taylor 


Priv. Corp. & 








Sergt. 


62.61 


N. H. militia 


John Twombly 


Priv. & Corp. 


34.92 


" 


Calvin Topliff 


Private 


56.66 


Conn. cont. line 


William Vittum 


" 


26.67 


N. H. cent, line 


James Whitehouse 


" 


51.33 


" 


Simeon Wadleigh 


« 


38.32 


N. H. militia 


Benjamin Wiggin 


Corp. & Priv. 


62.33 


" 


Thomas Woodman 


Private 


28.09 


N. H. cont. line 


Michael Worthen 


" 


50.00 


" 


William Walker 


(' 


40.00 


N. H. militia 


Samuel Willey 


" 


54.65 


N. H. cont. line 


John Wadleigh 


" 


26.66 


" 


Nathaniel Wells 


" 


33.33 


Mass. militia 


David Woodman 


" 


50.66 


N. H. cont. line 


Winthrop Watson 


" 


26.66 


" 


James Wiggin 


" 


27.44 


N. H. militia 


Noah Wedgewood 


Priv. & Sea- 


28.89 


" 


Josiah Willey 


Private [man 


35.55 


N. H. cont. line 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



373 



Strafford County, New Hampshire, WJio Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 1, 1832. 



WTien placed 

on 
pension roll 



Commencement 
of pension 



Laws under which thej^ Avere for- 
Ag-es I merly inscribed on the pen- 
sion roll; and remarks. 



Apr. 


1, 


1833 


Mar. 


4, 


1831 


71 


June 


13, 


1833 




" 




74 


Aug. 


26, 


1833 




" 




S3 


Oct. 


6, 


1818 


Apr. 


8, 


1818 


73 


July 


30, 


1833 


Mar. 


4, 


1831 


73 


Sept. 


28, 


1833 




" 




76 


Jan. 


18, 


1834 




(( 




84 


Jan. 


9, 


1834 


Feb. 
Apr. 

Sept. 


19, 
24, 

14, 


ISOS 
1816 

1833 


72 


Aug. 


20, 


1832 


Mar. 


4, 


1831 




Oct. 


23, 


1832 




" 




74 
70 

75 


Nov. 


12, 


1832 




" 




Jan. 


30, 


1833 




« 




79 


Apr. 


24, 


1833 




(< 




71 


Apr. 


20, 


1833 




" 




86 


Apr. 


16, 


1833 




" 




82 


Apr. 


19, 


1833 




" 




75 


Apr. 


6, 
<< 


1833 




a 




70 
79 

82 


Apr. 


4, 


1833 




» 




Sept. 


24, 


1833 




u 




83 


Oct. 


2, 


1833 




" 




71 


Oct. 


10, 


1833 




" 




78 


Jan. 


8, 


1833 




" 




76 


July 


18, 


1834 




" 




83 


Jan. 


23, 


1833 • 




t< 




82 
71 


Jan. 


29, 


1833 




" 




78 


Apr. 


26, 


1833 




" 




82 


Oct. 


23, 


1832 




" 




75 


Feb. 


27, 


1833 




" 




72 


Apr. 


27, 


1833 




" 




82 


Apr. 


10, 


1833 




a 




■ 82 

82 


Aug. 


6, 


1833 




" 




76 


Sept. 


28, 


1833 




" 




86 


Dec. 


5, 


1833 




" 




74 


Oct. 


10, 


1833 




" 




75 


Mar. 


24, 


1834 




'• 




72 



March 18, 1818. 



April 10, 1806. Invalid pension. 
Increased to this rate by act 
April 24, 1816. 



Died December 3, 1832. 

Died January 16, 1833. 
Died March 3, 1834. 



374 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement SJioiving the Names, Banl-, d-c, of Persons Residing in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Names 


Raxk 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


Georg-e Yeaton 


Fifer & Priv. 


• 74.00 


N. H. eont. line 


Benjamin York 


Sergeant 


3S.83 


N. H. militia 


Eleazer Young 


Private 


20.83 


N. H. cont. line 


Moses Yeaton 


Lieut., &c. 


37.28 


N. H. militia 


James Young 


Fifer 


51.33 





REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



375 



Strafford County, New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1S32. 



When placed 

on 
pension roll 



Nov. 12, 1832 

Apr. 19, 1833 

Sept. 2, 1833 

Sept. 24, 1833 

Mar. 31, 1834 



Commencement 
of pension 



Mar. 4, 1831 



Ag-es 



78 
80 
66 



Laws under which they were for- 
merly inscribed on the pen- 
sion roll; and remarks. 



376 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Bank, &c., of Persons Eesiding in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Names 


Eank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


Jabez Alexander 


Private 


24.65 


N. H. militia 


Benjamin Amsden 


" 


30.00 


Mass. cont. line 


George Avery 


" 


SO.OO 


N. 11. militia 


Sylvanus Bryant 


" 


80.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Nathaniel Bartlett 
it 


a 


96.00 
SO.OO 


N. H. cont. line 


Lemuel Blood 


li 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


" 


" 


SO.OO 


" 


William Black 


Corp. & Priv. 


20.00 


Mass. militia 


Samuel Ball 


Corporal 


96.00 
SS.OO 


Mass. cont. line 


William Bond 


" 


96.00 
54.66 


a 


Abiatha Bowman 


n 


20.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Benjamin Barton 


Private, &c. 


32. S9 


Mass. militia 


Bazaleel Barton 


" 


33.11 


" 


Joseph Blanchard 


Fifer 


27.40 


<< 


John Barney 


Private 


42.64 


" 


Peter Bugbee 


" 


20.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Daniel Bean 


" 


70.00 


Mass. state troops 


Jabez Erainard 


Musician 


SS.OO 


Conn, militia 


John Brigham 


Private 


47.10 


N. H. militia 


Levi Blood 


Priv. & Corp. 


96.00 
82.29 
35.55 


Mass. cont. line 


Samuel Cilley 


Private 


n 


Jesse Campbell 


« 


96.00 
80.00 


(1 


David ChafRn 


(1 


48.42 


Mass. militia 


Nathan Carr 


" 


36.33 


N. H. militia 


Ephraim Carpenter 


Captain 


440.00 


Conn, militia 


John Chase 


Private 


26.66 


N. H. militia 


James Campbell 


" 


23.33 


" 


Phineas Chatfin 


" 


79.98 


Conn, state troops 


Francis Cobb 


>( 


96.00 
40.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Thomas Challis 


Priv. & Sergt. 


35.00 


N. H. militia 


William Clements 


Corp. & Priv. 


61.99 


" 


Sherman Cooper 


Private 


30.65 


N. H. cont. line 


Daniel Cole 


Priv. & Sergt. 


93.33 


Conn. cont. line 


Aaron Carroll 


Private 


50.00 


Mass. militia 


Hodges Cutter 


" 


SO.OO 


N. H. cont. line 


Joseph Chase 


i( 


61.66 


Mass. militia 


Morrill Coburn 


Corp, &c. 


15.00 


N. H. cont. line 






24.00 


i< 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



377 



Sullivan Counii/, Neiu Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1832. 



Wher 


placed 


Commencement 




Laws under which ±\ie\ were for- 




on 


_ 




Ages 


merlj' inscribed on the pen- 


pension roll 


of pension 




sion roll; and remarks. 


Dec. 


4, 1832 


Mar. 4, 


1831 


79 




Dec. 


10, 1832 


" 




82 




June 


IS, 1834 


i( 




75 




Aug. 


13, 1832 


" 




75 




Sept. 


27, 1810 


July 14, 


1819 


78 


March 18, 1818. 


Aug. 


21, 1832 


March 4, 


1831 






Oct. 


80, 1819 


Oct. 16, 


1819 


75 


March 18, 1818. 


Aug. 


23, 1832 


March 4, 


1831 






Nov. 


20, 1832 


" 




74 




June 


9, 1819 


Jan. 29, 


1819 


71 


March IS, 1818. 


Nov. 


23, 1832 


March 4, 


1831 






Sept. 


7, 1819 


Oct. 23, 


1818 


74 


March 18, 1818. 


Dec. 


3, 1832 


March 4, 


1831 






Dec. 


4, 1832 


" 




75 




Dec. 


18, 1833 


" 




76 




Dec. 


18, 1832 


n 




80 




June 


7, 1833 


it 




78 




Feb. 


4, 1833 


" 




S3 




Jan. 


24, 1833 


" 




72 




Mar. 


8, 1833 


" 




77 




Mar. 


4, 1833 


« 




75 




Oct. 


29, 1832 


" 




76 




Jan. 


29, 1819 


Apr. 13, 


1818 


77 


March 18, 1818, 


Nov. 


2, 1832 


March 4, 


1831 






Nov. 


13, 1832 


" 




SI 




Dee. 


6, 1819 


Oct. 25, 


1819 


74 


March 18, 1S18. 


Aug. 


8, 1832 


March 4, 


1831 






Dec. 


5, 1832 


" 




73 




Dec. 


13, 1832 


<< 




78 




Dec. 


10, 1832 


i( 
<< 




96 

78 
82 




Dec. 


13, 1832 








Dec. 


14, 1832 


« 




7S 




July 


15, 1820 


Sept. 28, 


1819 


79 


March IS, 1818. 


Dec. 


18, 1832 


March 4, 


1831 






Feb. 


4, 1833 


" 




85 




Oct. 


29, 1832 


" 




82 




Jan. 


23, 1833 


" 




73 




Feb. 


1, 1833 


" 




75 




Feb. 


25, 1833 


" 




69 


Died January 14, 1834. 


Apr. 


16, 1834 


(< 




76 




Dec. 


7, 1832 


" 




77 


Died February 20, 1834. 






Mar 4, 


1795 


81 


March 5, 1792. Invalid pension. 






Apr. 24, 


1816 




March 5, 1792. Increased to this 
rate by act of April 24, 1816. 



378 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Batik, &c., of Persons liesiding in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Names 


Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


Morrill Coburn 


Corp. &c. 


72.00 


N. H. cont. line 


<( 


« 


96.00 


(( 


« 


(( 


37.00 


« 


Richard Chapman 


Private 


80.00 


Conn, militia 


Parker Cole 


" 


25.00 


Mass. militia 


Thomas C. Drew 


(( 


20.00 


N. H. militia 


Ebenezer Davis 


" 


50.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Nathaniel Draper 


Priv. & Sergt. 


91.33 


" 


Solomon Dunham 


Private 


42.89 


Mass. state troop" 


John Dustin 


" 


40.00 


Mass. cont. line 


John Daniel 


" 


80.00 


" 


John Duncan 


Sergeant 


31.66 


N. H. militia 


Elisha Eldridge 


Private 


20.00 


Conn, militia 


Zebulon Edminster 


" 


53.33 


Mass. cont. line 


David Ellis 


Fifer 


73.33 


" 


John Eaton 


Private 


20.78 


N. H. cont. line 


Lemuel Eaton 


" 


21.00 


Mass. militia 


Moses Flanders 


" 


20.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Noah Fuller 


Priv. & Mus. 


34.88 


Mass. cont. line 


John Fish 


Sergt. & Priv. 


55.55 


N. H. cont. line 


James Faxon 


Matross 


40.41 


Mass. militia 


Samuel Garfield 


Priv. & Sergt. 


68.33 


" 


Jeremiah Oilman 


Private 


66.66 


N. H. cont. line 


Samuel Georg-e 


" 


22.78 


N. H. militia 


Christopher Gardner 


(( 


34.99 


N. H. cont. line 


Daniel Oilman 


" 


43.33 


N. H. militia 


Caleb Oilman 


" 


33.33 


N. H. cont. line 


William Graves 


" 


70.22 


Mass. cont. line 


Amasa Grout 


" 


42.10 


N. H. militia 


Jacob Hayward 


" 


20.00 


Vt. militia 


Henry Howard 


<< 


23.33 


N. H. militia 


Joseph Hull 


(( 


96.00 


Conn. cont. line 


ii 


" 


80.00 


" 


John Hodgkins 


« 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


" 


(1 


80.00 


" 


Elias Hull 


Lieutenant 


240.00 
320.00 


R. I. cont. line 


James Hayes 


" 


139.99 


Mass. militia 


Levi Hall ' 


Private 


80.00 


R. I. cont. line 


James Hazzard 


Corporal 


83.66 


N. H. militia 


Enoch Heath 


Sergeant 


97.99 


N. H. cont. line 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



379 



Sullivan County, New Hampshire, Who Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1832. 



When placed 


Comnaencement 




Laws under which they were for- 




on 






Ages 


merly inscribed on the pen- 


pens 


ion 


roll 


of pension 




sion roll; and remarks. 








Jan. 20, 1830 




March 5, 1792. Increased to this 
rate on account of increased 
disability. 








Dec. 13, 1830 




March 5, 1792. Increased to this 
rate on account of increased 
disability. 


Dec. 


9 


, 1833 


Mar. 4, 1831 






Apr. 


24 


1834 




76 




Jan. 


14 


1834 




77 




Oct. 


16 


1832 




70 




Dec. 


10 


1832 




77 


Died October 2, 1832. 


Feb. 


1 


1833 




78 




Feb. 


25 


1832 




74 




Dec. 


4 


1832 




80 

78 
82 




June 


1 


1832 






Aug-. 


23 


1832 




68 




Oct. 


29 


1832 




86 




Mar. 


18 


1833 




79 




Sept. 


6 


1833 




70 




Sept. 


24 


1833 




76 




Oct. 


22 


1832 




72 


t 


Dec. 


6 


1832 




76 




Dec. 


7 


1832 




76 




Apr. 


2 


1832 




70 




Oct. 


29 


1832 




77 




Dec. 


4 


1832 




72 




Dec. 


6 


1832 




71 




Feb. 


25 


1833 




80 




Mar. 


8 


1833 




80 




June 


1 


1833 




89 




Sept. 


10 


1833 




77 




Mar. 


21 


1833 




76 




Oct. 


16 


1832 




72 




Oct. 


29 


1832 




76 




Apr. 


2 


1819 


Apr. 15, 1818 


74 


March 18, 1818. 


Oct. 


9 


1832 


March 4, 1831 






Sept. 


29 


1819 


Aug. 10, 1819 


71 


March 18, 1818. 


July 


31 


1832 


March 4, 1831 






July 


21 


1819 


March 31. 1818 


84 


March 18, 1818. 


July 


9 


1832 


March 4, 1831 






Nov. 


27 


1832 


" 


84 




Jan. 


21 


1834 


" 


83 




Jan. 


23 


1833 


(( 


75 
78 





380 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Banlc, &c., of Persons Besiding in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Names 


Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


Jesse Hill 


Private 


28.21 


Mass. militia 


William Headley 


" 


80.00 


R. I. cont. line 


Nathaniel Holden 


Corp. & Priv. 


33.78 


N. H. cont. line 


John Holbrook 


Private 


80.00 


Mass. militia 


David Hovey 


" 


30.00 


N. H. militia 


Simeon Hildreth 


Priv. & Mus, 


45.00 


N. H. cont. line 


Timothy Holden 


Private 


96.00 
51.32 


Mass. cont. line 


John Harris 


Priv. of art. 


87.50 


N. H. militia 


Wyal Hnrd 


Lieutenant 


146.66 


" 


James Hall 


Private 


24.76 


K 


Eleazer Jackson 


" 


53.33 


N. H. cont. line 


Miles Johnson 


" 


30.33 


Conn. cont. line 


Joel Kelsey 


" 


80.00 


" 


Sanford Kingsbury 


Major & Capt. 


590.00 


Conn, militia 


Joseph Kenyon 


Private 


80.00 


R. I. militia 


Oliver Kingsbury 


" 


36.66 


Conn, militia 


Luther King 


Fifer 


29.33 


Mass. cont. line 


Nathaniel Lamb 


Private 


96.00 


" 


" 


" 


80.00 


" 


Samuel Lufkin 


(( 


36.67 


N. H. cont. line 


John Lewis 


(( 


25.77 


N. H. militia 


Peter Lowell 


" 


26.66 


N. H. cont. line 


John Lathrop 


" 


33.33 


N. H. militia 


Caleb Luther 


" 


60.00 


R. I. militia 


James Lamb 


<< 


22.56 


Mass. militia 


James Miller 


" 


46.66 


N. H. militia 


Charles Matthewson 


" 


24.44 


a 


John Magregory 


11 


80.00 


Conn. cont. line 


James M'Laughton 


11 


43.77 


N. H. cont. line 


John Moore 


Sergt. &c. 


45.55 


Mass. cont. line 


John Merrill 


Private 


33.33 


N. H. cont. line 


Robert M'Clure 


" 


20.00 


N. H. militia 


Timothy Munger 


" 


50.00 


Conn. cont. line 


Charles Miner 


" 


60.00 


Conn, militia 


Torry Maxon 


i< 


46.66 


R. I. militia 


John M'Kean 


i< 


36.66 


N. H. cont. line 


StejDhen ]Mead 


" 


27.10 


Mass. cont. line 


William Moulton 


" 


40.00 


Mass. militia 


Thomas Nicholas 


" 


30.00 


Mass. cont. line 


Peter Niles 


Priv, & Corp. 


104.66 


Mass. militia 


Moses Perkins 


Private 


96.00 


Mass. cont. line 


11 


«' 


80.00 


" 


Thomas Putnam 


<( 


69.33 


N. H. militia 


Daniel Proutv 


" 


24.67 


Mass. militia 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



381 



Sullivan County, New Hampshire, ^Yllo Have Been Inscrihed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1832. 



When 


placed 


Comm 


encement 




L£;ws under which they were 


for- 


on 
pension roll 


of 


pension 


Ages 


merly inscribed on the pen- 
sion roll; and remarks. 




Dec. 


.3, 1832 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


77 


Died July 28, 1833. 




Dec. 


5, 1832 




" 


So 






Dec. 


8, 1832 




" 


81 






Mar. 


1, 1833 




" 


76 






Dec. 


5, 1833 




" 


76 






Apr. 


25, 1833 




" 


75 






Nov. 


6, 1819 


July 


6, 1819 


73 


March 18, 1818. 




Aug. 


6, 1833 


Mar. 


4, 1831 




Died August 19, 1833. 




Dec. 


4, 1832 




» 


69 

83 






Dec. 


9, 1833 






77 






Dec. 


4, 1832 




" 


86 






Dec. 


16, 1833 




" 


85 






Oct. 


29, 1832 




" 


75 






Oct. 


29, 1832 




" 


91 


Died November 12, 1S33. 




Feb. 


11, 1833 




" 


94 






Dee. 


4, 1832 




" 


79 






Mar. 


18, 1833 




" 


79 






Jan. 


15, 1820 


Nov. 


24, 1819 


74 


March 18, 1818. 




July 


12, 1832 


Mar. 


4, 1831 








Aug. 


20, 1832 




" 


72 






Oct. 


20, 1832 




" 


82 






Feb. 


11, 1833 




" 


82 






Mar. 


5, 1833 




" 


77 






Dec. 


5, 1833 




" 


83 






Oct. 


10, 1833 




" 


81 


' 




Oct. 


29, 1832 




" 


84 
77 
78 






Dec. 


14, 1832 




.. 






Dec. 


18, 1832 




" 


76 






Jan. 


15, 1832 




(( 


85 


Died September 26, 1832. 




Jan. 


31, 1833 




" 


77 






Feb. 


25, 1833 




" 


79 






Dec. 


5, 1832 




<( 


75 






Dec. 


3, 1832 




" 


71 






Dec. 


4, 1832 




" 


73 






Feb. 


25, 1833 




<' 


74 




- 


Apr. 


26, 1833 




" 


82 






Dec. 


5, 1832 




" 


71 






Aug. 


23, 1832 




" 


84 




~ 


Feb. 


25, 1833 




a 


78 






May 


24, 1819 


Nov. 


4, 1818 


75 


March 18, 1818. 




Nov. 


5, 1832 


Marc 


h 4, 1831 








Oct. 


29. 1832 




" 


76 






Oct. 


16, 1832 




a 


75 







382 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Rank, &c., of Persons Besiding in 

Pension List under Act of 



Names 



John Prentiss 
Alexander Tickins 
Jacob Park 
William Petter 
Jonathan Rogers 
Supply Reed 
Joel Richards 
Ezra Reed 

David Robinson 
Elijah Richards 
Jeremiah Rider 
Elisha Reed 
David Robinson 
Joseph Rogers 
Samuel Slade 
William Slade 
Ephraim Stearns 
Israel Smith 
Samuel Steele 
Lazell Silsby 
Philip Spaulding- 
Ebenezer Sperry 
Josiah Stone 
Asa Stevens 
John Stevens 
Joel Turner 
Stephen Thornton 
Ralph Thompson 

John Yinton 
Gideon Woodward 
Jonathan W^akefield 
Jonathan Willard 
Ebenezer Wood 
Timothy West 
James Wood 
John Wild 
Aaron Whipple 
Josiah Wakefield 
Philip Whittaker 
Rufus W'heeler 
Comfort W'ilcox 
Salisbury Wheeler 
Jeremiah Willard 




Private 



Matross 



Artificer 
Private 



Private, &c. 
Private 



Drum.&Sergt. 
Private 
Priv. & Sergt. 

Private 

Lieutenant 
Private 

Captain, &c. 

Private 



Lieutenant 
Private 

Sergt. & Priv, 
Corp. & Priv. 
Private 



so.oo 

71.33 
SO.OO 
27.49 
20.00 
80.00 
90.00 
96.00 
70.00 
47.65 
SO.OO 
61.66 
47.00 
30.00 
31.10 
20.00 
30.00 
46.66 
26.66 
97.66 
23.66 
95.00 
93.16 
33.33 
25.31 

320.00 
3S.23 
50.00 
96.00 

272.32 
80.00 
37.98 
32.22 

320.00 
26.66 
41.66 
82.00 
53.33 
26.66 
36.66 
40.00 
78.32 
28.99 
23.66 
46.66 



Description of service 



Mass. state troops 
Mass. cont. line 
Conn, militia 
Mass. militia 
X. H. militia 
Mass. cont. line 
Mass. militia 
Mass. cont. line 



Mass. militia 
Conn, militia 
Conn. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 
Conn, militia 
X. H. militia 
Conn, state troops 
X. H. militia 
Conn, militia 
Conn. cont. line 
N. H. militia 

Conn. cont. line 
Mass. militia 

X. H. militia 
Mass. militia 
R. I. state troops 
!Mass. cont. line 

Conn. cont. line 

Mass. cont. line 
N. H. cont. line 
Mass. cont. line 
X. H. militia 
Mass. cont. line 
Conn. cont. line 
Mass. militia 

Conn. cont. line 
Mass. militia 
Conn, militia 
R. I. state troops 
Mass. cont. line 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



388 



Sullivan County, New Hampshire, Vilio Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1832. 



■\Mieu placed 


Commencement 




Laws under which they were 


for- 


on 
pension roll 


of 


pension 


Ages 


merly inscribed on the pen- 
sion roll; and remarks. 




Aug. 


4, isr>2 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


73 






Jan. 


18 


1833 




" 


79 






Jan. 


23 


1S33 




" 


77 






Dec. 


10 


1832 




" 


80 






Oct. 


16 


1832 




" 


78 






Dee. 


31 


1832 




" 


79 






Jan. 


29 


1833 




>< 


75 






May 


24 


1820 


Aug. 


31, 1819 


SO 


March 18, 1818. 




Jan. 


4 


1833 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


80 






Dec. 


5 


1832 




" 


73 
78 
95 






Dec. 


7 


1832 




" 


Died Feb. 24, 1834. 




Sept. 


24 


1S33 




" 


80 






Oct. 


10 


1833 




" 


75 






Feb. 


1 


1833 




" 


79 






Aug. 


13 


1832 




" 


72 






Aug. 


23 


1832 




" 


78 






Oct. 


10 


1832 




'* 


77 






Oct. 


29 


1832 




" 


75 






Dec. 


29 


1832 




(i 


77 






Dec. 


13 


1832 




" 


79 






Dec. 


10 


1832 




" 


79 






Feb. 


28 


1833 




" 


78 






Mar. 


8 


1833 




" 


86 


Died May 23, 1833. 




Apr. 


26 


1833 




" 


73 






Apr. 


24 


1833 




" 


90 






Aug. 


2 


1832 




" 


84 




' 


Dec. 


17 


1832 




" 


75 






Nov. 


26 


1819 


June 


6, 1818 


78 


March 18, 1818. 




Dec. 


7 


1832 


Mar. 


4, 1831 


78 






Aug. 


13 


1832 




" 


74 






Dec. 


5 


1832 




" 


75 






Jan. 


23 


1833 




" 


73 






Mar. 


6 


1833 




" 


90 






Mar. 


26 


1833 




" 


80 






Oct. 


29 


1832 




" 


84 
73 

82 






Oct. 


15 


1832 




.' 






Dec. 


7 


1832 




» 


. 73 






Dec. 


6 


1832 




" 


72 






Dec. 


5 


1832 




* 


76 
74 


Died October 3, 1832. 




Dec. 


4 


1832 




" 


77 






Dec. 


28 


1833 




" 


71 






June 


1 


1833 




" 


85 







384 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS. 



Statement Showing the Names, Eanl-, d-c, of Persons Besidiiig in 

Pension List under Act of 







Annual 




Names 


Rank 


Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


Reuben Wood 


Sergeant 


108.33 


R. I. militia 


Eli Willard 


Private 


61.67 


Conn, militia 


John Watts 


" 


29.10 


N. H. militia 


Thomas Whipple 


(< 


22.33 


" 


William York 




37.87 


N. H. cent, line 



EEV^OLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



[385 



Sidlivan County, New Hampshire, ITViO Have Been Inscribed on the 
Congress Passed June 7, 1S32. 



When placed 

on 
pension roll 


Commencement 
of pension 


Ages 




Dec. 5, 1832 
Feb. 24, 1834 
Dec. 13, 1832 
Dec. 10, 1832 
Dec. 4, 1832 


Mar. 4, 1831 
it 

(i 


80 
73 
77 
75 
76 





386 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Bank, &c., of Persons Residing in the State of 

the loth of 



Names axd Counties 


Rank 


Annual 
Allow- 
ance 


Description of service 


When placed 

on 
pension roll 


CHESHIRE 












Oliver Bacon 


Lieutenant 


320.00 


2d regt. N. H. line 


Sept. 


8, 1828 


John Barker 
Eleazer Blake 
Nathan Closson 
Thomas Dinsmore 


Sergeant 

Dragoon 
Private 


120.00 

120.00 

100.00 

80.00 


7th regt. Mass. line 
4th regt. N. H. line 
Armond's corps 
1st regt. Mass. line 


Aug. 
Aug. 
Not. 
June 


5, 1828 

6, 1828 
29, 1828 
IS, 1829 


Benjamin Ellis 


Captain 


480.00 


1st regt. N. H. line 


July 


23, 1828 


Benjamin Flint 


Sergeant 


120.00 


8th regt. Mass. line 


Aug. 


16, 1828 


David Stratton 
Solomon White 


Private 
Lieutenant 


80.00 
320.00 


6th regt. Mass. line 


May 

Aug. 


23, 1829 
19, 1828 


COOS 












Joseph Loomis 
Moses White 


Dragoon 
Captain 


100.00 
480.00 


Sheldon's regt. 
Hazen's regt. 


July 
Aug. 


29, 1828 
2, 1828 


GRAFTON 












John Barker 
Ebenezer Carleton 
Moses Pag'e 
Abner Poland 


Private 

Lieutenant 
Corporal 


80.00 

80.00 

320.00 

SS.OO 


Hazen's regt. 
3rd regt. N. H. line 
2d regt. N. H. line 
Sth regt. Mass. line 


Aug. 
Nov. 
Aug. 
Sept. 


8, 1828 
22, 1833 
29, 1828 

5, 1828 


Joseph Wheat 


" 


88.00 


— regt. N. H. line 


Aug. 


18, 1828 


HILLSBOROUGH 












Samuel Morrison 
Benjamin Pierce 


Private 
Lieutenant 


80.00 
320.00 


1st regt. N. H. line 
1st regt. Mass. line 


Oct. 
July 


6, 1828 
29, 1828 


MERRIMACK 












David Hammond 
Samuel Potter 
Caleb Stark 
Joshua Thompson 


Private 

Sergeant 

Lieutenant 


80.00 
120.00 
320.00 
320.00 


— regt. N. H. line 
Invalid corps 

— regt. N. H. line 
1st regt. N. H. line 


Sept. 
June 
Aug. 
July 


12, 1828 

18, 1833 

6, 1833 

23, 1833 


Robert B. Wllkins 




320.00 






t< 



KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



887 



New HampsMre, who have received the henefits of the act of Congress passed 
May, 1828. 



Commence- 






ment of 


Names of agents and 


Eemarks. 


pay 




representatives 




March 3, 


1S26 


A. Og-den & J. R. Nourse, at- 
tornies, Eebecca Bacon, 








widow 


Died March 25, 1835. 


" 




Sally Barker, widow 


Died March 15, 1834. 


>( 




M. M. Edwards, agent 


Transferred to Providence co., E. I. 


" 




Hon. H. Hubbard and Hon. 








L. Woodbury, agents 




" 




Samuel Elliot, agent, & Ben- 








jamin Ellis, heir 


Died November 29, 1831. 


<< 




T. M. EdAvards, agent, Eu- 




,, 




nice Flint, executrix 


Died January 18, 1829. 


t< 




T. M. Edwards 




March 3, 


1826 










John H. White, attorney 


Died May 28, 1833. 


March 3, 

it 


1826 


G. M. Phelps, agent 
Joseph ^Merrill, agent, and 


Died Oct. 5, 1832. 






Sarah Poland, widow 


Died January 14, 1835. 


<( 




E. Blaisdell, agent 


' 


]\Iarch 3, 


1826 




> 


March 3, 


1826 


E. Parker, agent 

Stephen Ambrose, agent and 


Transferred to Tuscarawas co., Ohio 






executor 


Died April 6, 1831. 


i< 




Matilda Wilkins, widow 


Died August 13, 1832. 



388 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Statement Showing the Names, Bank, £•€., of Persons Residing in the State of 

the loth of 



Names and Counties 



Rank 



Annual 
Allow- 
ance 



Description of service 



When placed 

on 
pension roll 



ROCKINGHAM 

John Adams 
John Burnham 
William Cogswell 
Asa Senter 

STRAFFORD 

Theodore Atkinson 
James Carr 
Benjamin Jewett 
Samuel Lear 
Lemuel B. Mason 
Samuel Mills 
Jot bam Nute 
Daniel York 

SULLIVAN 

Samuel Clark 
Frederick A. Hart 
John J. Salsfe 



Lieutenant 


320.00 


Major [mate 


600.00 


Surgeon's 


480.00 


Captain 


480.00 


Private 


80.00 


Major 


600.00 


Musician 


88.00 


Private 


80.00 


Lieutenant 


320.00 


Artificer 


144.00 


Sergeant 


120.00 


Musician 


88.00 


Sergeant 


120.00 


Private 


80.00 




80.00 



1st regt. N. H. line 
5th regt. Mass. line 
Hospital department 
1st regt. N. H. line 



9th regt. Mass. line 

— regt. N. H. line 
Sth regt. Mass. line 

— regt. N. H. line 
Reed's N. H. regt. 
Corps of artificers 

— regt. X. H. line 
Dearborn's regt. 



Whiteomb's rangers 
— regt. Conn, line 
Jackson's Mass. regt. 



July 12, 1S28 

Aug. 2, 1S2S 

Feb. 12, 1829 

July 23, 1828 



Oct. 
July 

Sept. 
July 



Feb. 
Dec. 



2. 1829 

25, 1828 

9, 1828 

29, 1828 

July 25, 1828 

Aug-. 23, 1833 

7, 1S33 

11, 1830 



Apr. 22, 1829 
Apr. 26, 1830 
Dec. 11, 1830 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



389 



New Hampshire, who have received the henefits of the act of Congress passed 
May, 1828. 



Commence- 
ment of 

pay 


Names of agents and 
representatives 


Eemarks. 


Marck 3, 1826 






'' 


Jos. B. Cogswell, executor 


Died January 1, 1831. 


March ?,, 1826 


Paul Wentworth, agent 
Oliver P. Carr, adm. 

Benjamin Penhallow, agent 
Hon. H. Hubbard, agent 
James Heimmons, agent 


Died March 11, 1829, 


March 3, 1826 


Ebenezer Cummings, agent 
Moses Bryant, agent 
Levi and John Bryant, agent. 
Judith Salge, widow 


Died January 20, 1835. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE PENSION ROLL OF 1840 



Reprinted from "A Census of Pensioners for Revolutionary 
or Military Services, with Their Names, Ages, and Places of Resi- 
dence, Returned by the Marshals of the Several Judicial Districts, 
under the Act for Taking the Sixth Census. Washington : Printed 
by Blair and Ives, 1841." 



392 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



iNames of pensioners for 




Names of heads of families 


Revolutionary or military 


Ages 


with whom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1840. 


ACWORTH 






Joseph Blanchard 


84 


David Blanchard 


Solomon Blodgett 


7i 


Samuel Blodgett 


Supi^ly Reed 


85 


David Currier 


Richard Chapman 


82 


Horace Chapman 


Martha McCliire 


79 


Samuel McClure 


Charles Matthewson 


83 


Horace Matthewson 


John McKeen 


SO 


John ]\IcKeen 


John Brigham 


81 


Samuel McKeen 


Anna Merrill 


76 


David Merrill 


Johnson Prouty 


S8 


Robert Morrison 


ALEXANDRIA 






Molly Tenney 


SO 


Eliphalet Blake 


Moses Atwood 


79 


Elizabeth Sleeper 


Betsey Sleeper 


81 


Colby Sleeper 


Alexander McMurphy 


SO 


Daniel McMurphy 


George Bayley 


49 


George Bayley 


ALLENSTOWN 






Samuel Libby 


84 


Samuel Libby 


ALSTEAD 






Mary Allen 


92 


Mary Allen 


Samuel Garfield 


S3 


John Colburn 


Sarah Howard 


83 


Samuel Howard 


Levi Pratt 


84 


Hannah Hutchinson 


Sarah Mnriihy 


78 


David Murphy 


Samuel Slade 


7S 


Samiiel Slade, Jr. 


William Slade 


S3 


Allen Slade 


Elisha ToAvne 


77 


Matthew W. Towne 


Xathan Twining 


86 


Nathan Twining 


Eliphalet Taylor 


S3 


Eliphalet Taylor 


James Wood 


70 


James Wood 


John Watts 


81 


John Watts 


ALTON 






Jonathan Richards 


49 


Jonathan Richards 


Jeremiah Woodman 


79 


Jeremiah Woodman 


Benjamin Sleeper 


SI 


Joseph Sleeper 


John Rollins 


84 


John Rollins 


Thomas Baker 


84 


Daniel Baker 


Benjamin Morrison 


84 


Susannah Morrison 



KEVOLUTIONAKY DOCUMENTS 



393 



Xames of pensioners for 

Kevolutionary or military 

services 




Names of heads of families 

with whom pensioners 

resided June 1, 1840. 



Elizabeth Bennett 
Hannah Webster 
Mary Peavey 
Anna Dudley 
Polly Dudley 

AMHERST 

Hannah Bills 
Joseph Crosby 
Benjamin Damon 
David Fisk 
Ephraim Goss 
Mary Howard 
Nathan Kendall 
Mary Leavitt 
Thomas Melendy 
John Purple 

ANDOVEE 

Samuel Cilley 
Mark Batchelder 
William Glines 

ANTEIM 

Josiah Herrick 
Mary Dinsmore 
Martha McClure 
Samuel Chandler 
Abijah Barker 
James Nesmith 
Sarah Barker 
George Gates 
Daniel Buzzell 
John Thompson 
Sarah Hardy 
Thomas Brown 

ATKINSON 

Judith Cogswell 

BAENSTEAD 

Eobert Tibbetts 
James Marden 



86 
74 
73 

84 
78 



73 
87 
79 
83 
74 
72 
85 
75 
91 
97 



87 
82 
80 



76 
71 
79 
76 
80 
83 
84 
86 
76 
79 
75 
77 



74 



81 
85 



Benjamin Bennett 
Hannah Webster 
Enoch Peavey 
Abel Dudley 
Samuel Dudley, Jr. 



Hannah Bills 
Joseph Crosby 
Benjamin Damon 
David Fisk, 3d 
Ephraim Goss 
Levi Howard 
Nathan Kendall 
Mary Leavitt 
Luther ]\Ielendy 
John Warren 



Samuel Cilley 
Mark Batchelder 
Lewis Davis 



Josiah Herrick 
Samuel Dinsmore 
]Manley ^IcClure 
Samuel Chandler 
Abijah Barker 
James Nesmith 
Moody Barker 
Mary Hutchinson 
William Buzzell 
Thomas Thompson 
Benjamin M. Bnckminster 
Thomas Brown 



Joseph B. Cogswell 



Eobert Tibbetts 
David Marden 



394 



REVOIiUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Names of pensioners for 




Names of heads of families 


Eevolutionary or military 


Ages 


with whom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1S40. 


M0II3' Jacobs 


84 


Joseph Tuttle 


"S'alentine Chapman 


S3 


Valentine Chapman 


John Aiken 


88 


John Aiken 


PZphraim Tibbetts 


8fi 


Robert Tibbetts 


Ebenezer Nutter 


83 


Ebenezer Nutter 


Mary Avery 


84 


Samuel Rollins 


Pelatiah Penny 


83 


Noah Holmes 


Lucy Hill 


S3 


John Hill 


Anthony Nutter 


78 


Anthony Nutter 


John Nutter 


83 


Ira Parshley 


BAERINGTON 






Mary Buzzell 


SS 


Jonathan Buzzell 


Patience Watson 


75 


Joseph Hall 


Mary Eemick 


7S 


Solomon W^aldron 


BAETLETT 






Enoch Abbott 


48 


Enoch Abbott 


Eebecca Carlton 


8.5 


W^oodman Carlton 


Richard Garland 


77 


Richard Garland 


Lydia Hall 


71 


Lydia Hall 


Noah Sinclair 


49 


Noah Sinclair 


BATH 






Abby Harris 


76 


Absalom Harris 


Edward Pollard 


84 


Edward Pollard 


Samuel Chase 


83 


Moses Chase 


Sarah Knio^ht 


75 


Moses Knight 


Josiah Martin 


78 


Jirah Martin 


Jesse Hardy 


79 


Jesse Hardy 


Robert Rollins 


84 


Beri Bartlett 


John Clement 


78 


John Clement 


BEDFOED 






John Ferguson 


S3 


Daniel Ferguson 


John Gault 


77 


Daniel Gault 


Sarah Holbrook 


75 


Thomas G. Holbrook 


William Moore 


SO 


William Moore 


Lydia Rundlett 


90 


Thomas Rundlett 


Eunice Shepard 


77 


Charles Shepard 


BENTON [Coventry] 






Jonathan Tyler 


S9 


James Harriman 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



395 



Names of pensioners for 

Revolutionary or military 

services 



BETHLEHEM 

Jonas Brooks 
Lot Woodbury 
Thomas Hatch 
Jonathan Blandin 

BOSCAWEN 

Samuel Morse 
Eliphalet Kilburn 
Joseph Little 
Nathaniel Burpee 
Jonathan Burpee 
Nathaniel Atkinson 
Eliakim Walker 
Nathan Carter 

BOW 

Nancy Currier 
David Hammond 
Thomas Colby 
Stephen McCoy 
Jonathan McCoy 

BRADFORD 

!Nricah Howe 
Rufus Fuller 
Abraham P. Pwett 
Abel Severance 
Daniel Lord 
Abel Blood 
Jonathan Knig-ht 
Abraham Smith 
Daniel Hale 

BRIDGEWATER 

Nathan Hoyt 
Reuben Rundlett 
Sarah Jewett 
Benjamin Boardman 
Ezekiel Fellows 
Frederick McCutcheon 
Seth Spencer 




85 
SO 
S2 



81 
87 
79 
81- 
74 
80 
87 
78 



84 
84 
85 
8t 
83 



Names of heads of families 

with whom pensioners 

resided June 1, 1840. 



86 
90 



Jonas Brooks 
Lot Woodbury 
Thomas Hatch 
Jonathan Blandin 



Samuel Morse 
Eliphalet Kilburn, Jr. 
Joseph Little 
Joseph Burpee 
Jonathan Downing- 
Nathaniel Atkinson 
Benjamin Walker 
Nathan Carter 



Nancy Currier 
David Hammond 
Thomas Colby 
Asa Morgan 
Asa Morg^an 



81 


Micah Howe 


79 


Perlev Martin 


80 


Abraham P. Swett 


85 


John Severance 


88 


Peter A. Cook 


82 


Robert Fulton 


86 


Jonathan Knight 


85 


Abraham Smith 


84 


Daniel Hale 



Enoch Brainerd 
Reuben Rundlett 
William B. Nichols 
Benjamin Boardman 
Joseph Fellows 
William Fogg 
Seth Spencer 



396 



KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Names of pensioners for 




Names of heads of families 


Kevolutionarv or military 


Ages 


with W'hom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1S40. 


BRISTOL 






John Eoss 


8:1 


Luke Sumner 


David Fowler 


60 


David Fowler 


Josiah Fellows 


87 


David C. Willey 


Stephen Bohouon 


50 


Stephen Bohonon 


Benjamin Sanborn 


81 


Benjamin Sanborn 


BROOKFIELD 






Jndith Chamberlain 


77 


William T. Cate 


Phineas Johnson 


93 


Phineas Johnson 


Edmund Tibbetts 


78 


Edmund Tibbetts 


:Mary Watson 


89 


Nathan Watson 


BEOOKLINE 






Abel Hodsfman 


82 


Abel Hodgman 


Hannah Hoit 


80 


Elisha Hoit 


Eleazer Gilson 


83 


Joseph F. Jefts 


CAMPTOX 






Tamar Taylor 


74 


Oilman R. Taylor 


Anna Phillips 


7Ct 


Henry C. Phillips 


Edmund Marsh 


83 


Newton Marsh 


CANAAN 






Bridg-et Wheat 


83 


Joseph Wheat 


Warren Wilson 


77 


Warren Wilson 


Elizabeth Currier 


7-t 


Theophilus Currier 


Josiah Clark 


82 


Josiah Clark 


Nathaniel Bartlett 


S3 


John Pressey 


Dan Parker 


83 


Dan Parker 


Joshua Richardson 


82 


Joshua W. Richardson 


Daniel Calley 


87 


Andrew Elliott 


Sarah Poland 


79 


Elijah Gove 


Sarah Lonijfellow 


88 


Stephen Williams 


Lydia Whitney 


88 


Isaac 'Whitney 


Daniel Kimball 


77 


David Townsend 


CANDIA 






Hannah Taylor 


81 


John Moore, Jr. 


Phineas Swain 


77 


Phineas Swain 


Moses Turner 


86 


Moses Turner, Jr. 


Dorothy Knowles 


82 


Eleazer Knowles 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



397 



Xames of pensioners for 




Names of heads of families 


Revolutionary or military 


Ag-cs 


with whom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1S40. 


Ann Marden 


S5 


Ann Marden 


Mehitable McClure 


91 


John Buswell 


William Patten 


76 


" Willis Patten 


CANTERBURY 






Sampson Battis 


89 


Sampson Battis 


John Lovis 


80 


John H. Bennett 


!Morrill Shepherd 


75 


Morrill Shepherd 


Joseph Cleasby 


76 


Joseph Cleasby 


Sarah Cloug-h " 


80 


Joseph Clough 


Benjamin Bradley 


79 


Benjamin Bradley 


Elizabeth Moore 


76 


Elizabeth Moore 


CENTER HARBOR 






Bennino- Wilkinson 


74 




Jacob Davis 


81 




James Tibbetts 


76 




Sargent Kimball 


83 




Hosea Stnrtevant 


77 




Jonathan Kelly 


79 




CHARLESTOWN 






William Bond 


SO 


Silas Bond 


Nathaniel Challis 


78 


Benjamin Challis 


Clement Corbin 


75 


Ezbond Corbin 


Eleanor Watts 


78 


Gardner Cutler 


Sally Carriel 


76 


Parmelia Carriel 


John Hodo-kins 


76 


Frederick S. Hodgkins 


Betsy Hawkley 


73 


Adams Milliken 


Daniel Adams 


89 


Alpheus Nevers 


Sybil Palmer 


71 


Asahel Porter 


Rachel Powers 


83 


Walter Powers 


CHATHAM 






Londa Smith 


78 




William Eaton 


74 




Elizabeth Heard 


84 




Lydia Wyman 


75 




CHESTER 






Thomas Anderson 


78 


Thomas Anderson 


Lvdia Shannon 


84 


Josiah ISforse 


Thomas Shannon 


79 


Thomas Shannon 



398 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Names of pensioners for 




Names of heads of families 


Revolutionary or military 


Ag-es 


with whom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1840. 


Jacob Elliott 


84 


Jacob Elliott 


Michael Worthen 


81 


Michael Worthen 


Mary Sanborn 


76 


Simon M. Sanborn 


Benjamin True 


76 


Osgood True 


John Shannon 


83 


Meny Lane 


Joshua Brown 


84 


Joshua Brown 


Phoebe Abbott 


80 


Jeremiah Rand 


Sarah Clark 


84 


Sarah Clark 


John Heath 


80 


John Heath 


Martha Aiken 


76 


Martha Aiken 


John Downing 


76 


James Calef 


John Wason 


86 


John Wason 


Richard Heath 


78 


Richard Heath 


CHESTERFIELD 






Oliver Brown 


83 


Alexander Willard 


Asa Britton 


77 


Asa Britton 


Ebenezer Cheney 


77 


Ebenezer Cheney 


William Clark 


S? 


William Clark 


Francis Henry 


86 


Francis Henry, 2d 


"William Black 


78 


William Black 


Betsey Mead 


77 


Bradley Mead 


Constant Merrick 


81 


Constant Merrick 


John Phillips 


83 


John Phillips 


John Putnam 


80 


John Putnam 


Hannah Rice 


86 


Stephen Rice 


Eunice Witt 


85 


Eiiniee Witt 


Jacob Wetherbee 


81 


Jacob Wetherbee 


CHICHESTER 






Gardner Edmunds 


46 


Gardner Edmunds 


Molly Knox 


90 


Molly Knox 


Susanna Benson 


61 


Susanna Benson 


Leavitt Hook 


43 


Leavitt Hook 


Dudley Smart 


82 


Dudley Smart 


Moses Towne 


86 


Moses Towne 


Richard Maxfield 


77 


Richard Maxfield 


Joseph Dow 


80 


Joseph Dow 


Rhoda Maxfield 


So 


Daniel P. Maxfield 


CLAREMONT 






Jabez Downs 


78 




Roswell Clapp 


85 




Ebenezer Sperry 


84 




Peter Niles 


87 





KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



399 



Names of pensioners for 

Revolutionary or military 

services 



Affes 



Joseph Fuller 
Abigail Henderson 
Anna Draper 
Margaret Moore 
Lorin Munger 
Sarah Jackson 
Thankful Bowman 
Abigail Sperry 
Mary Goodwin 
Samuel Abbott 

CLARKSVILLE 

Norman Clark 

colebrook: 

Lemuel Stoddard 
Joseph Loomis 

COLUMBIA 

Job Pierce 
Jared Cone 
Benjamin Jordan 
Joseph Hackett 
Abel Marshall 

CONCORD 

Daniel Arlin 
John Carter 
Samuel Davis 
Jonathan Wheelock 
John Elliot 
Huldah Evans 
Mary Boardman 
Asa French 
Thomas Haines 
Elizabeth Stickney 
Miriam Hoit 
Levi Hutchins 
John Virgin 
Samuel Jackman 
Anna Griffin 
Tabitha Gilman 
Joseph Runnells 
Jonathan Uran 



86 
81 
7G 
85 
84 
73 
76 
89 
82 
75 



81 
74 



81 
79 
79 

4S 



71 
81 
81 
81 
84 
76 
85 
98 
79 
82 
72 
78 
57 
91 
84 
83 
81 
85 



Names of heads of families 

with whom pensioners 

resided June 1, 1840. 



Joseph Wiswall 



Asa Stoddard 
Joseph Loomis 



Ora Pierce 
Jared Cone 
Benjamin Jordan 
Joseph Hackett 
Abel Marshall 



Daniel Arlin 
John Carter 
Moses Davis 
Lewis Downing 
John Elliot 
Huldah Evans 
Samuel Fletcher 
Asa French 
Thomas Haines 
Gershom Hanson 
Jonathan H. Hoit 
Levi Hutchins 
Samuel Hutchins 
Samuel Jackman 
Nancy Morrill 
Thomas Potter 
Joseph Runnells 
Jonathan Uran 



400 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Karnes of pensioners for 

Eevolutionary or military 

services 



Stephen Webster 
Andrew Willey 

CONWAY 

William Burbank 
James Howard 
William Thoms 
Ebenezer Bean 
Samuel Willey 
Elijah Dinsmoor 
Amos Barnes 
Miles Dolloff 
Jonathan Leavitt 
Moses Patten 

COEXISH 

David Davis 
Philip Tabor 
Daniel Robertson 
William York 

CEOYDOX 

Sherman Cooper 
DALTOX 



Jacob Barrows 
William Fisk 

DANBUEY 

Jonathan Clark 
Isaac Palmer Curtis 
Mary Flanders 

DAXVILLE 

Moses Hoyt 
Lvdia Bean 
Judith Showell 
Abijrail Dimond 




Xames of heads of families 

with whom pensioners 

resided June 1, 1840. 



47 
71 
79 
84 
87 
77 
84 
67 
81 
90 



S3 
79 
79 
82 



52 



82 
79 



86 
84 
81 
S?. 



Atkinson Webster 
Andrew Willey 



William Burbank 
James Howard 
William Thoms 
Ebenezer Bean 
Samuel Willey 
Fox Dinsmoor 
Amos Barnes 
Miles Dolloff 
Jonathan Leavitt 
David Carr 



Jacob Barrows 
William Fisk 



Jonathan Clark, Jr. 
Philbrick Curtis 
Eeuben S. Long- 



William Hunting-ton 
Lydia Bean 
X'athaniel George 
Obadiah Dimond 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



401 



Names of pensioners for 




Names of heads of families 


Revolutionary or military 


Ages 


with whom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1840. 


DEERFIELD 






Sally :Mathers 


75 




Moses Chase 


78 




Francis Rollins 


79 




Joshua Yeasey 


SO 




John Stearns 


SO 




Ezekiel Knowles 


85 




Janet Blue 


75 




Asa Folsom 


86 




Abijah Ring- 


65 




Joseph Robinson 


84 




DEERTXG 






John ^lorrill 


78 


John Morrill 


DERRY 






Deborah Waters 


S2 


Maro-aret Adams 


John Burnham 


90 


Georo-e Burnham 


James Choate 


79 


Humphrey Choate 


Thomas Carlton 


77 


Thomas Carlton 


Ruth Carlton 


85 


Daniel Carltoai 


Hannah Cheney 


86 


William Cheney 


William Rowell 


91 




Moses Hoyt 


67 


Moses Hoyt 


Sarah Remiek 


76 


Sarah Remiek 


Benjamin Shute 


81 


Benjamin Shute 


Benjamin Warner 


S3 


Benjamin Warner 


Robert Wilson 


81 


Robert Wilson 


DORCHESTER 






Ctifleon Brirlo-man 


86 


Thomas Bridg-man 


William Elliott 


88 


John Hobart 


Lavinia Wheeler 


78 


Amos Stetson 


Elizabeth Burley 


74 


Benjamin Burley 


Benjamin Abbott 


82 


■Samuel S. Abbott 


DOYER 






Mary Watson 


86 


Samuel Watson, 2d 


Reuben Ricker 


S3 


Reuben Ricker 


Daniel Cushinsr 


8S 


Daniel Cushino- 


]\rarffaret Tibbetts 


76 


Nathaniel Tibbetts 


Sarah Nute 


88 


Sarah Nute 


Ezra Green 


94 


Ezra Green 



402 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Names of pensioners for 

Eevolutionary or military 

services 




Names of heads of families 

with whom pensioners 

resided June 1, 1S40. 



DUBLIN 

Amos Alexander 
Phineas Gleason 
Lncv Hardy 
Olive Phillips 
Abijah Richardson 
John Snow 
David Townsend 

DUNBARTON 

Elizabeth Leach 
Esther Haminond 
Janet Stinson 
Walter Harris 
Sarah Whipple 
Esther Adams 
Isabel McCauley 

DURHAM 

Hannah Emerson 
John Starbird 
William Applebee 
Hannah Crnmmett 
Eleazer Bennett 
Sarah Stilson 
Joseph Dame 
Andrew Drew 

EAST KINGSTON 

Christopher Challis 
Dolly Blaisdell 

EATON 

Jndith Fall 
Eli Glenis 
Moses Ferrin 
Jonathan Towle 

EFFINGHAM 

John Drake 
Abraham ^farston 
James Garland 
Samuel Lear 



83 
79 

85 
79 
80 

84: 



93 

84 
89 
79 
84 
85 



9t 

85 
79 
84 
92 
89 
83 
82 



82 



81 
76 

SO 
85 



87 
81 

87 



Amos Alexander 
Phineas Gleason 
Elias Hardy 
Richard Phillips 
Abijah Richardson 
John Snow 
David Townsend 



Samuel Leach 
Esther D. Hammond 
John Stinson, 3d 
Walter Harris 
Benjamin Whipple 
John Adams 
James McCauley 



Joshua F. Emerson 
John Starbird 
William Applebee 
Winthrop Smith 
John Bennett 
William Stilson 
Asa Dame 
Andrew Drew 



Samuel H. Allard 
Thomas Glenis 
Samuel Ferrin 
Jonathan Towle 



John Drake 
John L. Marston 
William Mason 
Samuel Lear 



REVOLUTIONARV DOCUMENTS 



403 



Names of pensioners for 




Names of heads of families 


Iievolutionary or military 


Ages 


with whom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1840. 


ENFIELD 






Jonathan French 


80 


Jonathan French 


Nathan Follansbee 


78 


Nathan Follansbee 


Matthew Greeley 


80 


Matthew Greeley 


Benjamin Powell 


76 


Enoch Nichols 


David Choate 


77 


David Choate 


James Stevens 


83 


James Stevens 


John BoAvlej^ 


88 


Ezra Tucker 


Lydia Calley 


78 


Thomas J. Calley 


Joseph Johnson 


79 


Joseph Johnson 


Liicy Howe 


75 


Thomas Goodhue 


Hannah Johnson 


81 


Thomas Goodhue 


Sarah Colby 


80 


Milton Aldrich 


Mary Green 


SI 


Bradbury Greec 


Elisha Fox 


82 


Franklin Fox 


Moses Flanders 


73 


Daniel Smith 


Jonathan Howe 


79 


Jonathan Howe 


Daniel Stickney 


79 


Hiram Stickney ' 


EPPING 






Gordon Freese 


78 




Ebenezer Kenniston 


80 




Zebnlon Dow 


84 




Martha Haley 


82 




Philip Blaisdell 


78 




Sarah Eollius 


77 




Aaron Hnntoon 


83 




EPSOM 






Ruth Philbrick 


83 


Ruth Philbrick 


Sarah McClary 


84 


Jonathan Steele 


Dorothy Grant 


86 


John Grant 


Eunice Sargent 


84 


John Marshall 


]\Iark Emerson 


78 


Simeon P. Locke 


John P.atchelder 


79 


Levi Locke 


Phoebe Prescott 


82 


Samuel Cate 


Samuel Lear 


78 


Samuel L. Lear 


David Howe 


75 


David Howe 


Abigail Bickford 


S4 


Samuel B. Bickford 


EXETER 






^fartha Speed 


77 


Martha Speed 


Temperance Walker 


SI 


Temperance Walker 


Relief Taft 


73 


Nathaniel Rundlett 



404 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Naines of pensioners for 

Eevolutionary or military 

services 




Xanies of heads of families 

with whom pensioneis 

resided June 1, 1S40. 



Sally Durant 
John Tilton 
Jacob Carter 
Enoch Eowe 

FARMIXCTOX 

Sarah Titcomb 
Alice Watson 
Joseph IJoberts 
Hannah Walker 
Isaac Hanson 
Benjamin Ham 

FITZWILLTAM 

Leonard Colbnrn 
Matthias Felton 
Joel Whitney 
Joel Miles 
Ebenezer Potter 
John Shirley 
Nathan Smith 
Artemas Wilson 
Stephen White 
Sarah Whitney 

FEAXCESTOWX 

Eleanor Brewster 
William Hopkins 
Sarah Diistin 
Mehitable Fisher 
Winslow Lakin 
Abiprail Morse 
Williain Campbell 
William ^IcAlvin 
Eobert Butterfield 
Thomas Fisher 
Amos Batchelder 
Eleanor Follansbee 
Daniel Fuller 

FRANCOXIA 

John Wallace 
Lemuel Barrett 
Caleb Younar 



83 



78 


Jeremiah ^Vinijate 


77 


Alice \\atson 


78 


Joseph Roberts 


87 


John Walker 


82 


Isaac Hanson 


So 


Benjamin Ham 



44 

84 
SO 
S4 
91 
85 
76 

8:5 

78 
92 



78 
81 
75 
80 
86 
83 
79 

80 
79 



77 



82 



Susan Durant 
Timothy Tilton 
Henry Carter 
Enoch Rov/e 



Leonard Colburn 
Matthias Felton 
Benjamin B. Morse 
X'oah Miles 
Ebenezer Potter, Jr. 
Harry Shirley 
Nathan Smith 
Benjamin Wilson 
Silas White 
David Whitney 



Isaac Brewster 
William Hopkins 
Emerson Favor 
Winslow Lakin 
Winslow Lakin 
Mark ^Morse 
Richard Fisher 
William McAlvin 
Oliver Butterfield 
Phineas Butterfield 
Amos Batchelder 
John Follansbee 
Daniel Fuller 



John Wallace 
Lemuel Barrett 
Samuel Bowles 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



405 



Names of pensioners for 




Xames of heads of families 


Eevolutionary or nailitaiy 


Ages 


with whom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1840. 


FKAXKLIX 






Thaddens Gage 


86 


David Gage 


David Flanders 


83 


Amos Hoit 


Caleb Brown 


81 


Caleb Brown 


William Ash 


7-^ 


William Ash 


Edward Sawj-er 


71) 


Edmund Sawyer 


Samnel Morse 


87 


Samuel Morse, Jr. 


Daniel Bean 


84 


Daniel Bean 


FREEDOM 






Richard Taylor 


89 


Richard Taylor 


Mosee Harmon 


81 


Moses Harmon 


Thomas Lord 


s;] 


Thomas Lord 


Peletiah Harmon 


84 


Peletiah Harmon 


Sarah Mills 


8:3 


James R. Mills 


John Andrews 


77 


John Andrews 


GILFORD 






Susan Nichols 


81 


Martha Nichols 


J. V. Barron 


53 


J. Y. Barron 


David Thompson 


83 


David Thompson 


Martha Sawyer 


70 


Israel Sawyer 


Benjamin Jewett 


75 


Benjamin Jewett 


Anna Whitcher 


7's 


Timothy Whitcher 


Jabez James 


80 


Jabez James 


GILMANTOX 






Abigail Smith 


79 


Abigail Smith 


Moses Currier 


SO 


Moses Currier 


Jemima Burter 


77 


Russell Phillips 


Elizabeth Perkins 


S7 


Elizabeth Perkins 


Anna Hunt 


81 


Jacob Hunt 


Abigail Burley 


69 


Abigail Burley 


Jonathan Taylor 


75 


Joseph Rowe 


John Dow 


76 


John Dow 


Eleazer Young- 


83 


Eleazer Young 


Mary Folsom 


85 


Mary Folsom 


Thomas Adams 


82 


John Adams 


Jonathan Hilliard 


SO 


Jonathan B. Hilliard 


!Mehitable Hutchinson 


87 


.James Hutchinson 


Abraham Parsons 


85 


Abraham Parsons 


Paul Otis 


8:' 


Eliphalet F. Oilman 


Dinah Sands 


74 


Dinah Sands 


Micajah Kelly 


SO 


Samuel G. Kelly 



406 



REVOLUTION A.RY DOCUMENTS 



Names of pensioners for 




Xames of heads of families 


Ilevolutionary or military 


Ages 


with whom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1840. 


Ithiel Smith 


09 


Ithiel Smith 


John Lougee 


6?, 


John Lougee 


Mary Gutterson 


79 


Rhoda Gutterson 


GILSUM 






William Barron 


74 


William Barron 


Samuel Core^y 


SC. 


Benjamin Corey 


Luna Foster 


76 


Luna Foster 


Levina Richardson 


77 


Jesse Hemenway 


David Adams 


SH 


Calvin May 


Samuel Smith 


82 


David Ware 


GOFFSTOWN 






Jonathan Bell 


83 


Jonathan Bell 


Michael Carter 


76 


Michael Carter 


IMary Poor 


76 


Mary Poor 


GOSHEX 






Mary Chase 


76 


Bartlett Wise 


Lydia McLaughlin 


73 


Ebenezer Stevens 


Edward Dame 


S5 


Samuel Smart 


Samuel Sisco 


84 


Samuel Sisco 


James Libby 


89 


Samuel White 


GRAFTOX 






Jonathan Burbank 


74 


Samuel Davis 


Betty Whitney 


85 


Silas \Miitney 


Sarah Barber 


79 


John Kimball 


Mercy Williams 


92 


Alexander Williams 


Hannah Peck 


77 


Hannah Peck 


Alexander Pixley 


88 


Alexander Pixley 


Xancy Potter 


80 


George W. Potter 


Charles Stickney 


42 


Charles Stickney 


William Bowen 


85 


Peter Bullock 


GRAXTHAM 






Lydia Sanders 


74 




John Eaton 


80 




Edna Smith 


73 




Henry Eastman 


77 




William Monlton 


77 




Jonathan Batchelder 


8:] 




Eleanor Xewton 


85 





EEVOLUTIONAIIY DOCUMENTS 



407 



Names of pensioners for 




Names of heads of families 


Eevolutionary or military 


Ages 


with w^hom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1840. 


Morrill Coburn 


.'^T 




Pamela Stowell 


S3 




Salisbury Wheeler 


76 




Elijah Eecord 


S4 




GREEXFIELD 






Joseph Eaton 


81 


Lewis Martin 


William Holley 


75 


William Holley 


Abigail Johnson 


89 


Frederick A. Mitchell 


Ebenezer Farring-ton 


S3 


Ebenezer Farrington 


Jacob Mclntire 


84 


Jacob Mclntire 


Lucy Perry 


73 


Lucy Perry 


William Brooks 


70 


William Brooks 


Simeon Fletcher 


SO 


Simeon Fletcher 


Euhama Burnham 


76 


Ruhama Burnham 


Simon Lowe 


85 


Simon Lowe 


GREENLAND 






Joseph Dearborn 


78 


Joseph Dearborn 


GROTON 






Theophilus Cass 


S-i 


Jonathan Hall 


HAMPSTEAD 






James Brickett 


77 


James Brickett 


Isaac Nojes 


70 


Isaac Noyes 


Daniel Little 


00 


Tristram' Little 


HAMPTON 






Jonathan Seavey 


81 


Jonathan Seavey 


Anna Moulton 


82 


Anna Moulton 


Daniel Lamprey 


81 


Daniel Lamprey 


Mary Godfrey 


74 


Josiah Nudd 


Mar^- Stickney 


77 


Comfort Leach 


HAMPTON FALLS 






Robert Marshall 


87 




Abigail Marshall 


91 





408 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Xames of pensioners for 

Revohitionary or military 

services 




Names of heads of families 

with ^vhonl pensioners 

resided June 1, 1S40. 



HANCOCK 

Mary Priest 
Samuel Eaton 
Ebenezer Pratt 
Mary Barker 
Jeremiah Fogg 
]Moses Dennis 
Daniel Kimball 
Aljraham Moores 
Oliver Lawrence 
John Brooks 
Timothy ;Moores 
Peter Fletcher 

HAXOVER 

Hezekiah Goodrich 
Eli Washburn 
Elias Buckman 
Euth Houston 
Thomas Ross 
Samuel Simmons 
Stockman Swett 
Tabitha Woodward 
Luther Ingalls 
David Tenney 
Daniel Kendrick 
John Durkee 
Asa Eisley 
Rebecca Newell 
Barney Tisdale 
Benjamin Preston 
Joseph Pineo 
Ezra Lowell 
Joseph Wilmarth 

HAVERHILL 

Nathaniel Rix 
Andrew ^Martin 
Michael Johnson 
William Cross 
Ebenezer Whittaker 
Stephen ^lorse 
Daniel Doty 
Abiah Knight 
Asa Hinckley 



74 

82 
Sf) 
79 
81 
88 
84 
79 
84 
80 
85 



83 
81 
77 
6S 
79 
SB 
80 
90 
82 
81 
81 
79 
86 
52 
84 
79 
80 
S3 
SO 



74 
84 
76 
98 
86 
83 
76 
72 
80 



Daniel Priest 
Samuel Eaton 
Ebenezer Pratt 
^lary Barker 
Charles Fogg 
Moses Dennis 
Daniei Kimball 
Isaac A. ]Moores 
Nathaniel Dow 
John Brooks 
Timothy Moores 
Peter Fletcher 



Pearl K. Hutchins 
Cyrus Breck 
Elias Buckman 
Charles Hoiiston 
David M. Pelton 
Caleb Ward 
Aden Swett 
David W^oodward . 
Sylvester Ingalls 
David Tenney 
Nathaniel Kendrick 
John Durkee 
Asa Risley 
;Mary Dewey 
Barne.v Tisdale 
Benjamin Preston 
Oramel Pineo 
William Hills 
Nathan Stark 



Nathaniel Rix 
Andrew ^lartin 
^[ichael Johnson 
William Cross 
Peter Whittaker 
Hiram Morse 
Daniel Doty 
Kinsley H. Batchelder 
Asa Hinckley 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



409 



Names of pensioners for 




Names of heads of families 


Eevolutionary or military 


Ages 


with %Thom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1840. 


Hannali Wills 


79 


Riley Wills 


James King 


75 


James King 


Heman Penuock 


7S 


Jefferson Pennock 


Simon Ward 


78 


Simon Ward 


Ezra Gates 


82 


Isaac F. Allen 


James Eastman 


86 


Moses Eastman 


Lucy Sanborn 


88 


Elisha Hibbard 


Sarah Glynn 


74 


Sarah Glynn 


Elias Stearns 


8G 


Elias Stearns 


HEBROX 






Lemuel Fuller 


83 


Lemuel Fuller 


Jerahmeel Bowers 


95 


Samuel Hartshorn 


]Mary Hazelton 


84 


Sarah Xeal 


James Putney 


84 


John Smith 


David Pratt 


74 


David Pratt 


Bruce Walker 


SO 


Nathaniel Walker 


Levi Day 


87 


Lemuel Kendall 


HENNIKER 






Oliver Xoyes 


82 


Oliver Xoyes 


James Brown 


86 


James Brown 


Polly Howe 


~(,i 


Oliver WTiitcomb 


Mary Greenleaf 


77 


Mary Greenleaf 


Euth Goss 


77 


Cyrus Goss 


HILL 






Timothy Kelly 


I i 


Timothy Kelly 


Mary Straw 


80 


Moses Straw 


Anna Daniels 


86 


Hiram Daniels 


Phineas Sargent 


94 


George W. Sargent 


HILLSBOROUGH 






William Dickey 


85 


W'illiam Dickey 


David Livermore 


78 


David Livermore 


Mary Gould 


7!) 


George Gould 


^Martha Mann 


77 


]\rartha Mann 


Thomas Kellom 


, 80 


Thomas Kellom 


Daniel Kellom 


84 


Daniel Kellom 


Xathaniel Parmenter 


85 


Xathaniel Parmenter 


Isaac Farrar 


79 


Isaac Farrar 


Thaddeus Goodwin 


87 


Thaddeus Goodwin 


Isaac Andrews 


84 


Isaac Andrews 


William Parker 


84 


William Parker 



410 



REYOLUTIONAKY DOCUMENTS 



Names of pensioners for 

Eevolutionary or military 

services 



A£?es 



Nlames of heads of families 

with whom pensioners 

resided June 1, 1840. 



Daniel Rnssell 


85 


Denison Gould 


Abigail Robblns 


75 


Charles D. Eobbins 


Luc^- McNeil 


82 


Solomon McXeil 


HI>vSDALE 






Eunice Dickinson 


80 


Erastus Dickinson 


Ivory Soule 


SO 


Ivory Soule 


Da%id Woollej' 


80 


David Woolley 


HOLDERXESS 




• 


Daniel Page 




Daniel Page 


HOLLIS 






Abigail Youngman 


73 


Jonas Blood, Jr. 


Stephen Conroy 


81 


Stephen Conroy 


Abigail Colburn 


85 


X^athan Colburn 


Mary Colburn 


84 


Peter U. Colburn 


William Hale 


70 


William P. Hale 


Nathaniel Hubbard 


75 


Stephen Lovejoy 


Solomon Pierce 


90 


William X'ewton 


Enoch Jewett 


8:5 


Andrew Willoughby 


Daniel Bailey 


84 


Daniel Bailey 


HOOKSETT 






Ebenezer Currier 


77 


Ebenezer Currier 


James Otterson 


S3 


James Otterson 


Alice Mitchell 


71 


Joseph ^Mitchell 


Samuel Poor 


82 


Samviel Poor 


Anna Abbott 


73 


Ann Abbott 


HOPKIXTON 






Ephraim Fisk 


81 


Ephraim Fisk. Jr. 


Esther Putney 


70 


Esther Putney 


Joseph Putnej^ 


87 


Joseph Putney 


Samiiel Eastman 


70 


Samuel Eastman 


William Weeks 


85 


William Weeks 


Moody Smith 


82 


Moody Smith 


Abigail Chadwick 


70 


Abigail Chadwick 


Moses Long 


70 


Moses Long 


Moses Cross 


70 


;Moses Cross 


Euth Tabor 


77 


Euth Tabor 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



411 



Karnes of pensioners for 

lievolutionarv or military 

services 




HUDSON 

Betsey Cutter 
Betsey Marsh 
Andrew Stimj)Son 

JACKSON 

Peter Coflfin 
Pike G. Burnham 
William Gates, alias Wil- 
liam Nute 

JAFFEEY 

Ithamar Wheelock 
Eebecca Bacon 
Jacob Baldwin 
Joseph Cutter 
Abel Winship 
Lydia Buss 
Nathan Hunt 
Rachel Cutter 
Rebecca Pierce 
Joseph Robbins 
Polly Stratton 

JEFFERSON 

Benjamin Hicks 
Lazarus Holmes 

KEENE 

Martha Bassett 
Isaac Miller 
David Carpenter 
Sarah Dwinell 
Susanna Davis 
Phineas Hamblett 
Olive Seward 
Elijah Knight 
Silas Perry 
William Vose 
Philemon Wright 



S7 



SI 



81 

ss 



49 



79 
84 
80 
88 
S4 
91 
80 
7.1 
8S 
82 
74 



85 
86 



Names of heads of families 

with whom pensioners 

resided June 1, 1840. 



Betsey Cutter 
Hiram Marsh 
Andrew Stimpson 



Peter Coffin 
Pike G. Burnham 

William Gates 



Nathan Blodgett 
Rebecca Bacon 
William Baldwin 
Joseph Cutter 
David Cose}^ 
James Gilmore 
Nathan Hunt 
Sarah Law 
Josiah Pierce 
Joseph Robbins 
John Towne 



Benjamin Hicks, Jr. 
Lazarus Holmes 



83 


Nathan Bassett 


86 


Dorcas Balch 


81 


David Carpenter 


77 


Sarah Dwinell 


84 


Aaron Davis 


85 


Benjamin Hamblett 


82 


Oliver Heaton 


8?. 


Elijah Knisjht 


7? 


Silas Perrv 


53 


William Vose 


58 


Philemon Wrig-ht 



412 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Names of pensioners for 




Names of heads of families 


IJevoliitionary or military 


Ages 


with whom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1840. 


KEXSIXGTON 






Winthrop Wiggin 


96 




Lydia Fogg 


7-3 




Ruth Dow 


8:3 




Hanson Hodgdon 


83 




KINGSTON 






Sarah Proctor 


78 




Elizabeth Chellis 


SO 




John Davis 


85 




LANCASTER 






Samuel S. Wentworth 


83 


Joseph Wentworth 


Phineas Hodgdon 


81 


John Hodgdon 


John Mclntire 


7') 


John Mclntire 


Sally Stanley 


77 


Sally Stanley 


Ebenezer Twombly 


81 


Ebenezer Twombly 


Rebecca White 


73 


Samuel White 


George W. Lucas 


47 


George W. Lucas 


Benjamin Stevenson 


52 


Benjamin Stevenson 


LANDAFF 






Benjamin York 


79 


Benjamin York 


Hannah Clark 


72 


Moses Clark 


James Simonds 


79 


James Simonds 


•Jeremiah Bowen 


86 


John A. Bowen 


Benjamin Moody 


78 


Benjamin [Moody 


David Guernsey 


76 


Abner Guernsey 


LANGDON 






Anna Bidwell 


81 


Anna Bidwell 


Stephen Whipple 


64 


Samuel Garfield 


Anna Walker 


s:^ 


Elisha Garfield. Jr. 


Asa Hold en 


82 


Aaron G. Holden 


Levi Jennison 


58 


Levi Jennison 


Nathaniel Lamb 


80 


Nathaniel Lamb 


Lemuel Roj^al 


84 


Lemuel Royal 


LEBANON 






Joseph Wood 


SO 


Samuel Wood. 2d 


Willis Kimball 


SO 


Elisha Kimball 


Rebecca Demary 


75 


John El a 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



413 



Names of pensioners for 

Eevohitionary or military 

services 



Jason Downer 
William Hadley 
Lois Lathrop 
Lydia Hough 
Catherine Lathrop 
Amy Hurl hurt 
Eridq-et Simonds 
Parthena Allen 
Thomas Barrows 
Enoch Freeman 
David Wright 
Silas Half 
Diarca Allen 
Chloe Fay 
Anna Ruswell 
John Gilbert 
^firiam Colburn 

LEE 

Deborah Williams 
Hannah Dearborn 
Josiah Rartlett 
Charles Willey 

LEMPSTKR 

Lydia Littlehale 
Jabez Alexander 
Jemima Reckwith 
Lassell Silsby 
Xoah Fuller 
Joseph Hull 
John Lewis 
Tiachel ^Miner 
Torrey Maxon 
IMary Tuck 

LISBON 

Joseph Young 
Obadiah Morse 
]\roses Barron 
Bela Young 
Hannah Smith 
Lvdia Howard 
Sally Walker 




St 
93 
75 
79 
7S 
7 7 
83 
SI 
89 
Sfi 
83 



70 
7C 
8:-: 



S3 



57 

83 



73 
76 

85 
51 
7(1 

87 



Names of heads of families 

with whom pensioners 

resided June 3, 1840. 



Jason Downer 
Geoi-g-e French 
Thomas Freeman 
Clark Hough 
George H. "Lathrop 
Amasa Hurlburt 
Hiram A. Simonds 
Howard Benton 
Samuel S. Barrows 
Enoch Freeman 
Zelia Durkee 
Nathaniel Hall 
Abner Allen 
Josej^h Fay 
Hammond Buswell 
John Gilbert 
Benjamin Colburn 



James Langley 
Hannah Durgin 
Josiah Bartlett 
Charles Willey 



82 


Fennel Allen 


84 


Jabez Alexander 


80 


Byron Beckwith 


85 


Joel Fletcher 


82 


Noah Fuller 


80 


Anthony Guild 


87 


William Lewis 


75 


Rachel Afiner 


79 


Torrev ^Nlaxon 


8G 


John Tuck 



Joseph Young- 
Obadiah Morse 
Fletcher Barron 
Rela Young 
Ebenezer Wetherbee 
Elijah Howard 
Leonard Morse 



414 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Names of pensioners for 




Names of heads of families 


Eevolutionary or military 


Ages 


with whom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1S40. 


LITCHFIELD 






lieuben Barnes 


84 


Eeuben Barnes 


LITTLETON 






Judith Huntoon 


86 


Daniel Carter 


Sarah Williams 


96 


Timothy A. Edson 


Ezra Foster 


78 


Ezra Foster 


Phoebe Lewis 


78 


Titus Hutchinson 


Susanna Bemis 


91 


Alvin Stow 


Samuel Hudson 


78 


Samuel Hudson 


LOXDOXDERRY 






Allen Anderson 


84 


Eliza Holmes 


Olive Eastman 


70 


John Follansbee 


Benjamin Griffin 


74 


Benjamin Griffin 


William Ho.ffg" 


79 


Nathan Connor 


David Crowell 


82 


Peter Crowell 


LOUDON 






Abner Cloug-h 


83 


Abner Clough 


Sarah Wigijins 


S3 


Samuel Haines 


Joseph Cloueh 


83 


Joseph Clou<jh 


Isaac ClitTord 


87 


W^illiam Jackson 


Jeremiah Bennett 


85 


Jeremiah Bennett 


Amos Currier 


85 


Geortje B. Johnstoi 


Joanna Hayes 


90 


Joseph E. Clifford 


Benjamin Pao-e 


81 


Benjamin Paije 


Jonathan Davis 


SO 


Jonathan Davis 


Eleanor Gleason 


SO 


Jeremiah Gleason 


Daniel Seavey 


i 1 


Daniel Seavej' 


Eleanor Berry 


80 


Walter Berry 


William Wheeler 


80 


William Wheeler 


LYMAN 






Annis ]\Ierrill 


89 


Annis Merrill 


Eli Hoskins 


81 


Eli Hoskins 


Joshua Thornton 


75 


Joshua Thornton 


William Martin 


91 


William ^Sfartin 


John Barber 


7S 


Libbeus Hastings 


Lemuel Barrett 


77 


Ezra Barrett 


Seneca Youni^ 


79 


John Young 


Lydia Sanborn 


S4 


Herod Stevens 


Solomon Parker 


87 


Samuel Parker 



KEYOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



415 



Names of pensionei-s for 




Names of heads of families 


Kevolutionary or military 


Ages 


•w-lth whom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1840. 


Ehoda Buckley 


80 to 90 


Eussell Underwood 


Anna Moulton 


75 


David ^loulton 


Jonathan Moulton 


84 


Jonathan Moulton 


Noah Moulton 


S2 


Einaldo Moulton 


Susan Olmstead 


SS 


Henry Olmstead 


Moses IMoore 


75 


Moses Moore 


Abigail Moore 


84 


Archibald Moore 


Martin Barney 


SO 


Daniel White 


LYME 






Temperance Sloane 


75 


Asahel Sloane 


Caleb Conant 


78 


Samuel W. Baker 


Sarah Chapman 


76 


Sarah Chapman 


Mary Scott 


72 


Charles T. Scott 


John Bishop 


SO 


Samuel Hervey 


David Pushee 


80 


Harvej' Pushee 


Samuel Bixby 


86 


William Bixby 


Jonathan Franklin 


87 


Jonathan Franklin 


John Porter 


80 


Nathaniel Lancaster 


Daniel Hervey 


76 


Philander Allen 


James Downer 


78 


Isaac Farnsworth 


Arthur Latham 


S-2 


Berer Latham 


John Culver 


70 


John Culver 


Mary Wise 


83 


Eobert Latham 


Deborah Mason 


78 


Moses Edgell 


William Porter 


79 


William Porter 


David Whitman 


78 


David Whitman 


LYNDEBOROUGH 






Jonathan Butler 


87 


Jonathan Butler 


Jedediah Eussell 


88 


Ebenezer Eussell 


.lostiua Sarg-ent 


82 


Joshua Sargent 


Oliver Perham 


78 


Oliver Perham 


Abraham Eose 


80 


Abraham Eose 


Edmund Perkins 


SO 


Burnham Eussell 


Phineas Kidder 


• 84 


Phineas Kidder 


MADBURY 






John Twombly 


SO 


Paul Brock 


Dorothy Jackson 


78 


Ephraim Jackson 


Euth Huckins 


78 


John Huckins 



41G 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Names of pensioners foi" 




Names of heads of families 


Eevolutionary or military 


Ages 


with whom pensioners 


sei-vices 




resided June 1, 1840. 


MANCHESTER 






Peter Emerson 


82 


James Emerson 


Arcliibald Gamble 


78 


Samuel Gamble 


Aphia Wyman 


6S 


David Gibson 


Abig-ail Stearns 


74 


Moulton Mace 


Ephraim Stevens 


82 


Ephraim Stevens 


Olive Pollard 


7;> 


John Stark 


Sarah Manning- 


76 


Samuel Worthley 


MAPvLEOROUGH 






Jonas Gary 


79 


Joseph Butler 


Abig-ail Worsley 


9?. 


William Greenwood 


Ebenezer Herrick 


SI 


Ebenezer Herrick 


Sarah Joslin 


79 


David Joslin 


Martha Lewis 


78 


Martha Lewis 


Lawson Moore 


84 


Lydia ^lason 


Asa Porter 


83 


Asa Porter 


Benjamin Thatcher 


79 


Levi Thatcher 


Jacob Woodward 


78 


Jacob Woodward 


Aaron Willard 


82 


Aaron Willard 


Mary Tayntor 


89 


John Wiswall 


MARLOW 






Samnel Comstock 


84 


Samuel Comstock, Jr. 


Prudence Whittemore 


i 1 


Prentiss Whittemore 


MASON 






Molly Adams 


82 


Jonas Adams 


James Oilman 


SG 


James Oilman 


Micah Gates 


77 


Betsey Green 


Daniel Hill 


i i 


Daniel Hill 


Tryphena Kemp 


80 


Jonas Pritchard 


MEREDITH 






Benjamin Perkins 


79 




John Robinson 


SO 




Eunice Merrill 


80 




Amos Leavitt 


81 




Jonathan Russell 


87 




Thomas DollofF 


St 




Joseph Danforth 


r>i-« 




Daniel Tilton 


82 




Reiiben ^I organ 


92 





REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



417 



David Corson 
Thomas Applebee 
Benaiah Dore 

MOXT YEEXOX 

Daniel Averill 
Ella Hevwood 



Names of i>ensioners for 




Names of heads of families 


Revolutionary or military 


Ages 


with whom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1840. 


^liriam Swain 


78 




Oliver Clough 


77 




Stephen Fogg 
Abel Cass 


30 

8S 




Betsey Cram 


80 




Hannah Gordon 


75 




Josiah Moulton 
John Wadleigh 


61 
37 


Moses Buzzell 


Simeon Wadleigh 


7S 




Abigail Gordon 


83 




John Bryant 


72 




Phoebe Pike 


78 




MERRIMACK 






Rebecca Carlton 
John Fields 
John Gilson 
Rachel French 
John Odell 


68 
84 
79 
82 
78 


Rebecca Carlton 
John H. Colburn 
John Gilson 
Daniel Larabee 
John Odell 


MIDDLETOX 






Elizabeth Roberts 
Dorothy Pike 
,]\Iartha Bnzzell 
Eleanor Stevens 
Hannah Garland 


77 
77 
73 
76 
81 


John Roberts 
Robert Pike 
Jacob P. Buzzell 
George W. Stevens 
Ham Garland 


MILFORD 






Samuel Lovejoy 
Isaac Burpee 


84 
84 


William Lovejoy 
Francis Wright 


MILTON 






Sarah Nute 
Amos Bragdon 
Elizabeth Roberts 
Jonathan Dore 


77 

78 

80 

, 83 


David Nute 
Amos Bragdon 
James c/ Roberts 
Jonathan Dore 



79 

84 



74 
73 



David M. Corson 
James Applebee 
Benaiah Dore 



Daniel Averill 
John Hevwood 



418 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Xames of pensioners for 

Revolutionary or military 

services 



Zeplianiah Kittredge 
Solomon Kittredge 
Andrew Leavitt 
Jonathan Lamson 
Israel Farnnm 
Hannah Perkins 

MOULTOXBOROUGH 

Ebenezer Horn 
John Ivnowles 
"William ZMorrill 
Samuel B. ^Slason 
Stephen Strong- 
Martha Adr;ms 
]S'ancy Morse 
Abigail Richardson 
Hannah Horn 
Charles Brown 
Jemima Brown 
Charlotte Cook 

NASHUA 

Lj'dia Lovejoy 
Israel Hunt 
Joshua Palmer 
Eleazer Fish 

NELSON 

Philip Atwood 
Thomas Baker 
Timothy Bancroft 
Joseph Felt 
Naomi Felt 
David Kimball 
Samuel Scripture 
Benjamin Sawyer 
Nehemiah Wright 
John White 

NEW BOSTON 

Jacob Curtice 
Abner Hogg 
Janet Dickey 
Elizabeth Howe 




Na-mes of heads of families 

Avith whom pensioners 

resided June 1, 1840. 



S3 
85 
87 
84 
81 
75 



85 


Ebenezer Horn 


SO 


Joseph Knowles 


77 


Jacob Graves 


S2 


Benjamin >L [Mason 


77 


Stephen Strong 


1 1 


^[artha Adams 


74 


Benjamin E. Morse 


90 


Samuel Richardson 


75 


Jonathan Copp, 2d 


7S 


Charles Brown 


71 


John Brown 


77 


Samuel S. Cook 



SO 
82 
75 



84 
83 
82 
82 
81 
SO 
79 
S3 
S3 
82 



89 
81 
S3 
71 



Zeplianiah Kittredge 
Solomon Kittredge 
William Leavitt 
Betsey Lamson 
Mark D. Perkins 
Hiram Perkins 



Sarah Chase 
Israel Hunt 
Joshua Palmer 
Joseph Waugh 



Philip Atwood 
Thomas Baker 
Timothy Bancroft 
Joseph Felt 
Naomi Felt 
David Kimball 
Samuel Scripture 
Benjamin Sawyer 
Nehemiah Wright 
Jane White 



Josiah Kendall 
Abner Hogg 
Elias Dickey 
Jacob Davis 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



419 



Xames of pensioners for 

Revolutionary or military 

services 



Hannah Griflfin 
Joseph Haradon 
Sarah Jones 
Joseph Lamson 
Elizabeth Mnllett 
William Morgan 

NEW DURHAM 

Elizabeth Sumner 
Abigail Mitchell 
Charles Powers 
Jacob Leighton 
Winthrop Davis 

NEW HAMPTON 

Naomi Farmer 
Levi Robinson 
Eunice Harris 
Richard Durgin 
Sarah Wells 
Judith Tilton 
Josiah Magoon 
Benjamin Smith 
John Smith 
Thomas Woodman 
Rachel Sinclair 
Joseph Smith 

NEW IPS^\^CH 

John Emery 
Sarah Walker 

NEW LONDON 

Levi Everett 
Josiah Davis 
Moses Trussell 

NEWBURY 

William Leach 
Charles Colburn 
William Sargent 
John Eaton 




82 
81 
82 
SO 
8fi 
7!) 



78 
87 



82 
73 



87 
86 
79 
89 
82 
69 
82 
82 
SO 

ss 

81 
80 



93 

77 



79 
S?, 
86 



84 



77 



Naines of heads of families 

Avith whom pensioners 

resided June 1, 1840. 



Daniel Griffin 
Josiah Warren 
George Jones 
Joseph Lamson 
Elizabeth Mnllett 
Ezra Morgan 



William S. Sumner 
Samuel Mitchell 
Samuel Oilman 
Jacob Leighton 
Winthrop Davis 



John Emery 
Sarah Walker 



Levi Everett 
Josiah Davis 
Moses Trussell 



William Leach 
Charles Colburn 
William Sargenf, 
John Eaton 



420 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Xames of pensioners for 

Revolutionary or military 

services 


Ages 


Names of heads of families 

with whom pensioners 

resided June 1, 1840. 


XEWINGTOX 






Mary Huntress 


81 


Mary Huntress 


NEWMARKET 






Betsey Tut tie 
Thomas Brown 
Josiah Clark 
David Watson 


70 
80 
80 
80 




NEWPORT 






Joel Kelsev 
P. W. Kibbey 
Solomon Dunham 
Joel ^McGregor 


78 

7(; 

82 
78 




NEW^TON 






Sarah Hanson 


7'3 


John Hasty 


NORTH HAMPTON 






Jeremiah Brown 
Abigail Marston 
Hepzibah Marston 
William Moulton 
Ebenezer Lovering 
Simon Leavitt 


76 
79 

9r> 

S2 
8 + 

87 


Jeremiah Brown, Jr. 
Dearborn Marston 
Daniel Marston 
John Haven 
Ebenezer Lovering 
Thomas C. Leavitt 


NORTHFIELD 






Elias Abbott 
Jesse Carr 
John Dinsmore 
Samuel Dinsmore 
Samuel Goodwin 
Abner Flanders 
Joseph Cofran 


82 
8?. 
85 
87 
»?, 
85 
50 


Elias Abbott 
Jesse Carr 
Edmund Dearborn 
Samuel Dinsmore 
James Goodwin 
Nancy Hanaford 
John Rogers 


NORTHUMBERLAND 






Antipas ifarshall 
Alpheus Hutchins 


83 

47 


Antipas ^Marshall 
Alpheus Hutchins 



REVOLUTIOXARY DOCUMENTS 



421 



Names of pensioners for 




Names of heads of families 


Eevolutionary or military 


Ages 


with whom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1840. 


NOETHWOOD 






A bio-ail Wright 


8(> 




Lydia Weeks 


68 




John Chesley 


S9 




Joseph Sliaw 


f)0 




Simon Batchelder 


S3 




John Johnson 


83 




John Bickford 


80 




Betsey Furber 


95 




Sarah Fogo- 


83 




Ebenezer Bennett 


78 




NOTTINGHAM 






Betsey Langley 


88 




Sally 'Witham 


85 




Abigail. Westcott 


75 




Sarah Chapman 


78 




Lovey Pickering 


88 




Abner Davis 


8fi 




Jonathan Davis 


84 




Joseph Cilley 


49 




John Crawford 


55 




OEANGE 






Nathaniel Briggs 


93 


Nathaniel Briggs 


Thomas Whittier 


80 


Peter Adams 


Jesse Dow 


86 


Thomas Cole 


ORFOKD 






Hannah Griggs 


87 


Philip E. Bundy 


Abel Sawyer 


88 


Jonathan P. Sawyer 


Israel Morey 


75 


Israel Morey 


John Hale 


84 


Aaron Hale 


Henry Sloper 


81 


Priscilla Maxwell 


William Brown 


84 


William Brown 


Ennice Rogers 


88 


Eunice Sargent 


Tchabod Palmer 


84 


David Blood 


]\rartha Dame 


87 


Henry S. Perren 


Elihu Corliss 


83 


Elihu Corliss 


OSSIPEE 






Hannah Docken 


69 


Moses Harrison 


Joseph White 


73 


Joseph White 



422 



liEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



IvI^ames of pensioners for 




Names of heads of families 


Eevolutionary or military 


Ag-es 


with whom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1840. 


Silas White 


SI 


Silas ^^^^ite 


Charity Canney 


SO 


John C. Thompson 


Stephen Xason 


S2 


John Weeks 


Ehoda ^larston 


75 


Simon Philbrook 


John Thompson 


53 


John Thompson 


TELHAM 






Seth Cutter 


82 


Seth Cutter 


Sarah Eichardson 


91 


James Griffin 


Elizabeth Gage 


85 


Nathan Gage 


Abel Gag-e 


80 


Abel Gage 


Nathaniel Ing-alls 


83 


Nathaniel Ingalls 


Jacob Marsh 


79 


Prescott Jones 


Isaac Marshall 


82 


Isaac Marshall 


Thomas Thissell 


80 


Thomas Thissell, Jr. 


Edmund Tenney 


84 


Edmund Tenney 


PEMBEOKE 






Timothy Hall 


81 


Timothy Hall 


Hannah Connor 


88 


John Brown 


Joanna Parker 


8-t 


Bailey Parker 


PETEEBOEOUGH 






John Todd 


S3 


John Todd 


Samuel ]\rorrison 


79 


Samuel Morrison 


Sarah Matthews 


79 


Thomas Matthews 


Eebecca Dimond 


78 


John Dimond 


David Smiley 


80 


David Smiley 


James Porter 


85 


Samuel Maynard 


Abner Hao-gett 


81 


Peter Twiss 


Elizabeth '^Blair 


84 


James Swan 


Phoebe Hadley 


85 


Thomas Hadley 


PIEEMONT 






Amos Gould 


79 


Aaron P. Gould 


Andrew Crook 


80 


John Crook 


Ware McConnell 


49 


Ware McConnell 


PITTSFIELD 






Thomas E. Swett 


79 


Thomas E. Swett 


Anna Sanborn 


82 


Simon Mason 


John Shaw 


88 


John Shaw 


Anna Sanborn 


89 


Anna Sanborn 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



423 



POETSMOUTH 

Caroline N. Berry- 
Martha Holbrook 
Ann Huntress 
Polly Lord 
George Libby 
The heirs of Robert and 

Charlotte N. R. Thorne 

One aged 

Sarah Willard 
Anna Welch 
George Boyles 
George Colbath 
George Fishley 
John Grant 
John Hodgkins 



Names of pensioners for 




Names of heads of families 


Revolutionary or military 


Ages 


with whom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1840. 


Hannah Drake 


70 


James Drake 


David Bennett 


24 


David Bennett 


John True 


78 


John True 


PLAIXFIELD 






Simeon Hiklreth 


S2 




Daniel Cole 


82 




George Avery 


81 




Thomas Watson 


78 




Samuel Chirk 


8;; 




Philip Spaulding 


85 




Elizabeth Hall 


82 




Hayden Cutter 


83 




PLAISTOW 






Hannah Clement 


83 


Amos C. Clement 


Nathaniel Clark 


74 


Nathaniel Clark, Jr. 


Moses Bly 


88 


Moses Bly 


PLYMOUTH 






Samuel Kimball 


• 


John Emery 


Samuel Morse 




Stephen Morse 


Ezekiel Keyes 




Ezekiel Keyes 


Elizabeth Heath 




Samuel C. Heath 


Sarah Homan , 




Leonard George 


Moor Russell 




Moor Russell 



43 



91 
75 



17 
19 
34 
84 
55 
84 
80 
.-0 
50 



George Boyles 
George Colbath 
George Fishley 
John Grant 
John Hodgkins 



424 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Xames of pensioners for 




Names of heads of families 


Eevolutionary or military 


Ages 


with whom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1S4U. 


Sarah Randall 


79 


Sarah Randall 


Alexander Smith 


42 


Alexander Smith 


RANDOLPH 






Joseph Morse 


77 


Joseph Morse 


RAYMOND 






Mary Presoott 


7S 


John Batchelder, Jr. 


Jacob Smith 


8R 


Jacob Smith 


Mary Richardson 


78 


Mary Richardson 


Theophilus Loring 


81 


Moses Brown 


RICHMOND 






Jeremiah Barrus 


83 


Alvin Barrus 


Naomi Bacon 


77 


Uriah Brown 


Waitstill Starkey 


SO 


William Woodward 


Oliver Whipple 


89 


Rufus Whipple 


RINDGE 






Sarah Bowen 


• 

8-t 


Sarah Bowen 


Eleazer Blake 


84 


Eleazer Blake 


Joshua Chadwick 


85 


Joshua Chadwick 


Abner Foster 


79 


Abner Foster 


Eunice Faulkner 


69 


Eunice Faiilkner 


Francis Green 


85 


Harry Green 


Asa Jones 


83 


Asa Jones 


Enos Lake 


84 


John E. Lake 


Hepzibath Lake 


77 


John E. Lake 


Joseph ^roores 


82 


Hubbard ^Nloores 


Francis Smith 


87 


Silas Smith 


ROCHESTER 






Samuel Runnells 


80 


John Hanson 


Henry Buzzell 


80 


Henry Buzzell 


Sarah Ho.^-t 


92 


Sarah Hoyt 


John McDuffee 


87 


John Richards 


Sarah Sargent 


83 


Joseph Dame 


John Gray 


75 


John Gra\-, Jr. 


ROXBURY 






Gideon Phillips 


82 


Benjamin Foster 


]\rary Hemenway 


80 


Aaron B. Kidder 


William Parker 


84 


William Parker 


Mary Tozier 


83 


Elias Tozier 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



425 



jSTames of pensioners for 
Kevolutionary or military 




Names of heads of families 

with, whom pensioners 

resided June 1, 1840. 



EUMXEY 

Reuben French 
William Preston 
Moses Smart 
Elizabeth Craige 
Abigail Kimball 
Josiah Barton 
James Herbert 

EYE 

John Y. Randall 
Mary Green 
James Robinson 
Betsey Smith 
Michael Dalton 

SALEM 

Martha Harris 
Sarah Hasting-s 
Lydia Webster 
Moses Austin 
Maria Stevens 
Elisha Woodbury 
Israel Woodbury 
Elizabeth Woodbury 

SALISBURY 

Samuel McGuin 
Benjamin Thompson 
Abraham Fifield 
Jabez True 
Nathan Bullard 
Enoch Adams 
Moses Fellows 

SAXBORXTON 

Caleb Aldrich 
Sarah Burleigh 
Elisha Chapman 
Ebenezer Colby 
Amos Blodgett 
Asa Currier 
Samuel Davis 



80 
84 



88 
74 



81 



55 
80 
58 
79 



96 

76 
S3 
85 
88 
78 
80 
77 



104 
79 
85 
82 
7(i 
86 
85 



87 
70 
79 
83 
79 
48 



Reuben French 
William Preston 
Moses Smart 
Tappan W. Craige 
David Ramsey 
Josiah Barton 
Samuel Herbert 



John Y. Randall 
William Caswell 
James Robinson 
Ephraim Philbrick 
Michael Dalton 



Dudley' W. Jones 
Sarah Hastings 
Thomas Webster 
Moses Austin 
Tristram Kimball 
Elisha Woodbury, Jr. 
Israel Woodbury 
Elizabeth Woodbury 



William Clay. Jr. 
Benjamin Thompson 
Daniel Fifield 
Jabez True 
Reuben Greeley 
Samuel Scribner 
Moses Fellows 



Caleb Aldrich 
Peter Burleigh 
Elisha Chapman 
Ebenezer Colby 
Ebenezer Colby, Jr. 
Asa Currier 
Samuel Davis 



426 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Names of pensioners for 

Eevolutionary or military 

services 




Names of heads of families 

with, whom pensioners 

resided June 1, 1840. 



John Dnrgin 
Elizabeth Morrill 
[Moses Oilman 
Eunice Jaques 
Jonathan Morrison 
Olive Putnam 
John Sanders 
Jonathan Smart 
Henry Smith 
Dolly Sanborn 
Dudley Swain 
Louchance Smith 
Jeremiah Swain 
John Taylor 
Elias Buswell 
Josiah Sanborn, 2d 
Nathaniel Morrill 
Sarah Brimhall 

SAXDOWX 

Dolly Fitts 
Elizabeth Clough 

SANDWICH 

Theodore Atkinson 
Jonathan Oilman 
Jonathan Yittum 
David Kenniston 
Eliphalet Smith 
Anna Webster 
Betty Ferguson 
David Collins 
Jane Etherage 
Abigail Mason 
John Chiirch 
John Watson 
John Marston 
Dorcas Thompson 
Ebenezer Cook 
Weymouth Wallace 
Samuel Ladd 

SEABROOK 

John E. Beckman 
Nicholas Felch 



S3 
76 
47 
SO 
80 
75 
83 
82 
79 
76 
81 
SO 
81 
S3 
S5 
SO 
77 
90 



89 



75 
52 
59 
84 
76 
85 
76 
82 
76 
75 
80 
S3 
82 
69 
80 
88 
62 



86 
85 



John Durgin 
Willoughby Durgin 
Moses Oilman, Jr. 
Eunice Jaques 
Simon E.. Morrison 
William B. Putnam 
John Sanders 
Asa E. Smith 
Josiah C. Smith 
Dolly Sanborn 
Dudley Swain 
Mark Smith 
Jeremiah Swain 
William Taylor 
Dearborn Taylor 

Nathaniel Morrill 
Joseph Yaughaii 



Nathaniel Fitts 
Josiah Clough 



HEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



427 



Names of jDensioners for 




Names of heads of families 


Eevolutionary or military 


Ages 


with whom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1840. 


Sarah Eaton 


70 




Jeremiah Brown 


SO 




Miriam Brown 


SO 




Sjdvanus Eaton 


84 




David Eaton 


83 




Mary Locke 


70 




Samuel George 


8i 




SHARON 






Daniel Davis 


79 


Daniel Davis 


Eenben Law 


89 


James Law 


Margaret Moore 


SO 


Margaret Moore 


SHELBURXE 






Nathaniel Porter 


76 


Nathaniel Porter 


Moses Ingalls 


85 


Moses Ingalls 



SOMERSWORTH 

Elizabeth Furber 
James Burnham 
Rachel Randall 
Moses Yeaton 
Martha Roberts 
John Roberts 
John Philpot 
Ann Hodgdon 

. SPRINGFIELD 

Anna Huggins 
Abigail Oilman 
Eunice Heath 

STARK 

Abijah Potter 

STEWARTSTOWN 

Abiel Chandler 
Elijah Benton 
Thomas Chase 



82 
86 
75 
86 
79 
84 
83 
78 



80 



85 



80 



75 
80 
75 



Joshua Furber 
James Burnham 
Benjamin Andrews 
Leavitt H. Yeaton 
Lydia Twombly 
John Garvin 
Eliza Philpot 
Olive Abbott 



Daniel Rowell, Jr. 



Abiel Chandler 
Elijah Benton 
George Chase 



428 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Xanies of pensioners for 




Names of heads of families 


Revolutionary or military 


Ages 


with whom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1840. 


STODDARD 






George CofTin 


79 


George Coffin 


Nathaniel Evans 


81 


Nathaniel Evans 


Sarah Bardin 


S8 


Nathaniel Gilson 


Rebecca Joslin 


72 


Luke Joslin 


Nathaniel Joslin 


70 


Nathaniel Joslin 


David Jenkins 


82 


David Jenkins 


Edward Phelps 


77 


Edward Phelps 


Peter Wright 


88 


John Proctor 


Rebecca Stacy 


77 


William Stacy 


Zubah Gerould 


77 


Roxanna Thurston 


George Holmes 


78 


Jesse Wilder 


Samuel Wilson 


85 


William Wilson 


Eunice Dow 


84 


Eunice Dow 


STRAFFORD 






Nancy Kenniston 


80 




Mary Loiigee 


sn 


Nathaniel E. Hanson 


George Foss 


83 


George Foss, Jr. 


John Peavey 


86 


John Peavey, Jr. 


George Foss 


86 


George Foss 


Abigail McNeal 


87 


Mary Win gate 


iSamuel Parshley 


91 


Enoch Libby 


Mary Leighton 


82 


Sally Clark 


Joseph Caswell 


84 


Joseph Caswell 


STRATFORD 






William Curtis 


81 


William Curtis, Jr. 


Isaac Stevens 


88 


Isaac Stevens 


Eliza Deth Rider 


84 


Lydia SchofE 


STRATHAM 






John Adams 


81 


John Adams 


Joseph Green 


79 


Nicholas Rollins 


SULLIVAN 






Berthier Boynton 


72 


David Boynton 


Mary Sawyer 


82 


Lyman Gates 


Benjamin Hastings 


72 


Benjamin Hastings 


Benjamin Kemp 


7S 


David Kemp 


Eliakim Kemp 


88 


Edmund Nims 



EEVOLUTIONAKY DOCUMENTS 



429 



Names of pensioners for 




Names of heads of families 


Kevoliitionary or military 


Ages 


with whom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1840. 


SUNAPEE 






Samuel George 


78 




Christopher Gardner 


77 




SUERY 






Sarah Joslin 


75 


John Joslin 


Asa Wilcox 


84 


Hollis Wilcox 


Enoch Whitcomb 


8G 


David Whitcomb 


SUTTOX 






Theodore Richards 


le, 


George W. Richards 


Benjamin Colby 


84 


David Farmer 


Philip Xelson 


84 


Philip Xelson 


Isaac Littlefield 


40 


Isaac Littlefield 


James Bnswell 


57 


James Buswell 


Wells Davis 


87 


Edward Ordvvay 


Simon Stevens 


76 


John Stevens 


Jonathan Stevens 


96 


John Hubbard 


Abner Ward 


85 


Abner Ward 


SWANZEY 






Russell Ballou 


76 


Russell Ballou 


Molly Cummings 


76 


Charles Cummings 


Elisha Chamberlain 


77 


Elisha Chamberlain 


Mary Scott 


88 


Abel Dickinson 


Jonathan Eames 


84 


Jonathan Eames 


Elizabeth Green 


70 


Elizabeth Green 


Beniamin Howard 


80 


Benjamin Howard 


Rosilla Hill 


83 


David Hill 


Asaph Lane 


81 


Asaph Lane 


Samuel Lane 


81 


Elisha Lane 


Phoebe Long 


SO 


Joseph Long 


Mary Ockington 


85 


Josiah Leach 


Jemima Stone 


86 


David Stone 


Ivory Snow 


78 


Joseph Snow 


Abijah Whitcomb 


88 


Roswell Wliitcomb 


TAMWORTH 






Benjamin Sullivan 


77 


Benjamin Sullivan 


Sally Gil man 


78 


Polly Gilman 



Xathaniel Hayford 
Sarah Washburn 
Drusilla Head 



84 
77 
76 



Warren Hayford 
Sarah W^ashburn 
Andre%v N'ealley 



430 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Names of pensioners for 




Names of heads of families 


Eevolutionary or military 


Ages 


with whom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1S40. 


Martha Jackson 


93 


Noah J. Sanborn 


Andrew Nealley 


94 


Timothy Tewksbury 


TEMPLE 






Elias Boynton 


85 


Elias Boynton 


THORNTON 






Winthrop Bagley 


78 


Winthrop Bagley 


Rutli Smart 


82 


Elijah Smart 


John Foss 


85 


John Foss, Jr. 


Silas Whitney 


73 


Silas Whitney 


Hannah Ferrin 


79 


Jonathan Ferrin 


Phoebe Pattee 


S4 


Richard Pattee 


James P. Pattee 


84 


Silas W. Pattee 


Isaac Blake 


75 


Isaac Blake 


TROY 






Joseph Forristall 


S3 


Joseph Forristall 


Benjamin Tolman 


84 


Benjamin Tolman 


TUFTONBOROUGH 






Elisha Smith 


63 


Elisha Smith 


James Reynolds 


88 


James Reynolds 


Eliphalet Drake 


92 


John Drake 


Miles Reynolds 


78 


Miles Reynolds 


James Wiggin 


80 


James Wiggin 


^Nlehitable Severance 


74 


Benjamin Severance 


Ichabod Horn 


81 


Ichabod Horn 


Lydia Yeasey 


83 


Lydia Yeasey 


James Whitehouse 


89 


Nathaniel Whitehouse 


Benjamin Bean 


80 


Benjamin Bean 


Joshua Neal 


85 


John Neal 


Jonathan ^Morrison 


81 


Ebenezer Morris 


Benjamin Wiggin 


84 


Benjamin Wiggin 


UNITY 






Nathan Carr 


81 


Nathan Carr 


IMoses Wright 


78 


Moses Wright, Jr. 


Jeremiah Oilman 


79 




Susanna Huntoon 


77 





REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



431 



]Vames of jjensioners for 

Eevolutionary or military 

services 




A'ames of heads of families 

with whom pensioneis 

resided June 1, 1S40. 



WAKEFIELD 

Betsejr Cook 
Solomon Hutchins 
Mehitable Cook 
Ebenezer Hill 

WALPOLE 



WARNEE 

Stephen Badger 
Dudley Bailey 
Eichard Straw 
Joseph Sargent 
Samuel Cheney 
Joseph Evans 
Joseph B. Hoyt 
Anthony Clark 

WAEEEN 

Mary Currier 
William Alexander 
Stephen Lund 
Hannah Abbott 
Lydia Brown 
Phoebe Abbott 

W\\SHIXGTON 

John Barney 
Jonathan Clark 
James Faxon 
William Graves 
Olive Lowell 
Eunice May 
Asa Stevens 



Thomas C. Drew 


78 


Cynthia Eldredge 


74 


Sarah Fav 


77 


James Holland 


79 


Eliza Mead 


S4 


Daniel Marsh 


75 


William Eust 


S4 


Ephraim Stearns 


85 


Ebenezer Wellington 


77 



70 

80 
SO 
82 



82 
85 
85 
89 
77 
85 
78 
88 



89 
7G 
89 
85 

86 
71 



84 
75 
S3 
76 
81 
79 



Peter Cook 
Solomon Hutchins 
John Fellows 
Ebenezer Hill 



Thomas C. Drew 
Cynthia Eldredge 
Sarah Fay 
James Holland 
Eliza Mead 
Daniel Marsh 
Aaron Priest 
Stephen Stearns 
William Wellington 



Stephen Badger 
Albridge D. Bailey 
Eichard Straw 
Caleb Sargent 
Chilis F. Colby 
John Withington 
Joseph B. Hoyt 
Anthonj' Clark 



Tristram Brown 
William Alexander 
Hosea Lund 
True Merrill 
Jabez Kimball 
George Libby 



John Barney 
Jonathan Clark 
James Faxon 
William Graves 
Olive Lowell 
John May 
Sarah Mead 



432 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Names of pensioners for 




Eevolutionary or military 


Ages 


services 




John Putney 


S-2 


Keziah Reed 


76 


Emma Spanieling- 


81 


Abraham Sh at tuck 


S-t 


Ebenezer Wood 


SG 


Jacob Wright 


81 


WEARE 




Edmnnd Barnard 


84 


William Hogg- 


85 


Thomas Cilley 


89 


John Day 


88 


^Mary Lnll 


7G 


Hannah Cilley 




Samnel Elaisdell 


75 


Rachel Whittle 


73 


WENTWORTH 




Caleb Keith 


85 


Samnel Smart 


77 


Sarah Eowen 


78 


iMolly Stevens 


87 


Rebecca Smith 


77 


Samuel Johnson 


84 


Ebenezer Gove 


85 



WESTMORELAND 

Ichabod Albee 
Lydia Carlisle 
John Curtis 
Darius Daggett 
Benjamin Howe 
Betsey Goodrich 
John Wheeler 
Joseph Sawyer 
Amasa Highland 
Abiatha Shaw 
Timothy Skinner 
Rebecca Wier 
Charles White 

WHITEEIELD 

John Burns 
^foses Huntoon 



Names of heads of families 

with whom pensioners 

resided June 1, 1840. 



84 
84 



John Putney 
Keziah Reed 
Gardner Spaulding 
Abraham Shattnck 
Ebenezer Wood 
Jacob Wright 



Edmund Barnard 
Benjamin Colby 
Thomas Cilley 
John Day 
Mioses Lull 
Abraham Morrill 
Osgood Page 
John Whittle, 2d 



Caleb Keith 
Samuel Smart 
Jacob Rowen 
Rufus Stevens 
Oliver Ellsworth 
Henry Johnson 
William Gove 



84 


Ichabod Albee 


83 


Lvdia Carlisle 


78 


John Curtis 


79 


Darius Daggett 


53 


Caleb C. Daggett 


77 


Draco Goodrich 


80 


Ambrose Graves 


87 


Wilson Gleason 


SO 


Ira Highland 


81 


Abiatha Shaw 


79 


Barton Skinner 


77 


John Wier 


81 


Charles ^Miite 



John Burns 
George Huntoon 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



433 



Names of pensioners for 

Eevohitionaiy or military 

services 



George Huntoon 
Susanna Eastman 
Isaac Miner 

WILMOT 

Edward Currier 
Jethro Barber 
Daniel Emery 
Daniel Poor 
Joseph Pedrick 
Elliphalet Rollins 
Jeremiah Bean 

WILTOX 

Sally Marble 
Joseph Gray 
William Pettingill 
Mary Herrick 

WINCHESTER 

Anna Bartlett 
Francis Cook 
Eunice Dodge 
Oliver Wright 
John Jones 
Mary Kendall 
Submit Lawrence 
William Rixford 
Lydia Coombs 
Daniel Wise 

WINDHAM 

Hannah Senter 
Elizabeth Emerson 
Mehitable Hughes 

WINDSOR 

Mrs. William Jones 
Mrs. John Priest 




49 
7'j 



SO 
79 
SO 

S.T 



84 
81 
7it 
81 
85 
81 
82 
85 
87 



84 
78 
93 



89 
73 



1 1 


Edward Currier 


79 


Jethro Barber 


79 


Ebenezer White 


79 


Charles Poor 


75 


Joseph Pedrick 


84 


Eliphalet Rollins 


74 


Jeremiah Bean 



Names of heads of families 

with whom pensioners 

resided June 1, 1840. 



George Huntoon 
William Eastman 
Isaac Miner 



Susanna Burton 
James B. Gray 
William Pettingill 
Elijah Stockwell 



Anna Bartlett 
Abel H. Cook 
Clark Dodge 
Edwin Jewell 
John Jones 
George Kendall 
Luther Lawrence 
William Rixford, Jr. 
Phoebe Turtelot 
Leonard Wise 



Cynthia Cla 
John Hill 
John Hughes 



g-ett 



Mrs. John Averill 
Richard S. Smart 



434 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Names of pensioners for 




Names of heads of families 


Revolutionary or military 


Ag-es 


with whom pensioners 


services 




resided June 1, 1840. 


WOLFEBOEOUGH 






Sally Lucas 


84 


John Lucas 


Nathan Lee 


7S 


Nathan Lee 


Ichabod Colby 


7!) 


John T. G. Colby 


John Shorey 


So 


Ljford Shorey 


David Piper 


84 


David Piper 


Martha Moody 


79 


Joseph W. ^Moody 


Hannah Nudd 


75 


Samuel Xudd 


John Clough 


78 


John Clough 


Polly Leavitt 


68 


Barron T. Leavitt 


Georg^e Yeaton 


80 


Hannah Furber 


WOODSTOCK 






Thomas Vincent 


79 


Stephen Vincent 


Abipfail Barron 


SO 


Benjamin M. Barron 


Jacob Selingham 


79 


Jacob Selingham 


Royal Jackman 


49 


Royal Jackman 


Betsey Boyes 


9o 


Jonathan Darling 



MAJOR JOHN BROWN'S DETACHMENT. 

GREEN MOUNTAIN BOYS. 

[ The regiment commanded by Colonel Timothy Bedel in 1775 was 
the outgrowth of a timid beginning. Having raised three regiments 
to serve in the siege of Boston, the provincial congress in May, 1775, 
ordered that a company not exceeding sixty men be enlisted in 
Grafton county for the defense of the northern frontier of New 
Hampshire. Eight days later a second company was authorized, and 
soon a regiment was raised and placed under the command of Colonel 
Bedel. 

Mindful of the sad experience of the earlier wars and the incur- 
sions of Indians from Canada, and listening to the appeals of Ethan 
Allen, John Brown, Timothy Bedel, and other brave and impetuous 
men worthy of mention, the New England colonies, in the summer 
of 1775, ordered an invasion of Canada. It was an heroic measure, 
and the story of this expedition is one of the most thrilling and 
interesting chapters of the Revolution. Of the many brave men 
engaged in this exj^loit, one of the most heroic and daring was 
Major John Brown,* a graduate of Yale, and a brilliant young law- 
yer of Pittsfield, Massachusetts. The term of enlistment of the 
regiment of which he was a major expired December 31, 1775. At 
his request he was ordered to recruit a battalion from the men whose 
term of enlistment was expiring, of which he was given the com- 
mand. He enlisted a number of New Hampshire men from Colonel 
Bedel's regiment, who remained in the service until May, 1776, when 
the American army in Canada was withdrawn. 

For some incomprehensible reason the rolls of the four companies 
recruited and commanded by Major Brown have strayed to Albany 
and into the state archives of New York. For the rolls of Colonel 
Bedel's regiment, 1775, see the printed New Hampshire Revolutionary 

* Hist. Pittsfield, Mass., vol. 1, p. 181. 

435 



436 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Rolls, volume I, page 159, and volume IV, page 14, being volumes 
XIV and XVII of the New Hampshire State Papers. Of this reg- 
iment fifty-three men reenlisted near Quebec in December and served 
under Major Brown. 

From Capt. James Osgood's company twenty-two reenlisted : 



Lieut. James Gould 
Samuel Drew 
Samuel Wallace 
William Abbott 
Enos Bishop 
Nathaniel Eastman 
Benjamin Heath 
John L apish 
Philip Grapes 
Leonard Harriman 
Ezekiel Stickney 



Thomas Spring 
Zephaniah Pattee 
Jonathan Dresser 
Abiel Messer 
Henry Selhngham 
Robert Barkley 
George Kentfield 
Stephen Bethel 
Moses Luttington 
Duncan McGregor 
Archibald Sterling^ 



From the Colonel's company twenty-one reenlisted: 



Lieut. Charles Nelson 
Thomas Piper 
Ira Hand 
John Waters 
iNloody Freeman 
John Freeman 
John Sanborn 
Jonathan McConnell 
David Erwin 
John Haseltine 



Israel Olmstead 

George Capee 

Robert Paul 

Isaac Stevens 

Ward Thurston 

Jonathan Walker 

Joseph Libby 

Robert Miller, Bradford, Vt. 

Sylvanus Owen, Fairlee, Vt. 

Ezra INIoore, Medford, Mass. 



DiPd Jan. 
13, 1776 



Timothy Curtis 
From Capt. John Parker's company eleven reenlisted: 

Lieut. Seth Wheeler Jonathan Richardson 

James Gibson Elijah Blodgett 

Ephraim Garvin Oliver Hand 

:Moses Harriman Samuel Sargent 

Jedediah Jewett John French 
Moses Flood 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 437 

Under date of February 17, 1776, five of these men Avere reported 
sick in hospital. They were Samuel Drew and Sauiuel Wallace of 
Plymouth, James Gibson of Goffstown, Ira Hand of Bath, and 
Joseph Libby of Haverhill. Benjamin Young Smith of Westmore- 
land served in ]Major Brown's battalion, but liis name is not found 
in the rolls of Colonel Bedel's regiment. 

A list of the officers and men in INIajor Brown's detachment was 
printed in " New York in the Revolution," second edition, pp. 61 
and 62. Copies of the complete rolls of the four companies have 
been obtained from the office of the comptroller of the state of 
New York, and are here printed, probably for the first time. 

In his letter of transmittal the comptroller says : "These muster 
rolls comprise all the original documents on file here in relation to 
the Green ^Mountain Boys, with tlie exception of a receipt of Reuben 
King for half pay as an invalid private. Names appearing in 'New 
York in the Revolution,' pages 61 and 62, and not found on these 
rolls, were obtained from miscellaneous papers filed with the Revolu- 
tionary records in this, office, giving simply the name, corps, and 
rank, and from a list of men who served in this detachment, furnished 
by the Record and Pension Bureau, War Department, Washington, 
D. C." 

In connection with the publication of the list of names in jNIajor 
Brown's detachment in "New York in the Revolution," pp. 61, 62, the 
editor assumes that this battalion foi^med a part of the organization 
of hardy and intrepid rangers who became famous, under the name 
of the Green Mountain Boys. He bases his conclusions on these facts, 
as stated in his prefatory note : " The fact that the Green Mountain 
Boys were at Quebec in 1776, that this detachment was also at 
Quebec in 1776, that two of, the officers on these rolls. Captain and 
Commissary Elijah Babcock and Captain Robert Cochran, are iden- 
tical in name and rank with those on a list handed to the Provincial 
Congress of New York by Ethan Allen and Seth Warner on July 4, 
1775, as officers for the Green Mountain Boys, and the further fact 
that none of the men are recorded in any other place or with any 



438 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



other organization, all confirm the belief that the soldiers on its rolls 
herewith were a part of that historic band." 

We present these rolls in full for the information they contain in 
regard to the service of men from New Hampshire formerly in Colonel 
Bedel's regiment, and as documents of general historical interest 
concerning a band of Revolutionary soldiers who rendered services 
of great value to the country in time of need, but whose history 
and organization have been hitherto almost completely unknown 
in the absence of records. 

The credit for the discovery of the New Hampshire men in Major 
Brown's detachment, for the list of those names herewith included, 
and for the facts set forth in this note, is due to Hon. Ezra S. Stearns 
of Fitchburg, Mass., formerly Secretary of State of New Hampshire. 
— Editor.] 

\_Capi. Elijah Bahcock's Company. '\ 

A Muster Roll of Captain Elijali Babcocks Company in Major 
John Browns Detachment Now in the United Colonies Service Dated 
at Camp Near Quebec 12th Day of Feby. 1776. 

Captain 

Elijah Babcock ingaged 26th Novr. 1775 On command at 
Montreal. 

First Lieutenant 

Wm. Satterlee Adjutant ingaged 26 Novr. 1775 

Second Lieutenant 

Ebenezer Hyde ingaged 26th Novr. 1775 



Timothy Force 
Alexander Gordon 
James Wells 



Sergeants 

inlisted 26 Novr. 1775 

inlisted 26th Do Do 

inlisted 26 Do Do 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



439 



Corporals 



inlisted 26th Novr. 1775 



Asaph Putnam 


inlisted 26 Novr. Ditto v, 


alter in hospital 


Thomas Kmg 


inlisted Do Do Do 
Drums & Fife 




John Gross 


inlisted 26 Novr. 1775 




Felix Alden 


inlisted do do 
Died 15 Feby. Ditto 




Eliphalet Caswell 


inlisted 26th Novr. 1775 




Henery Chambers 


inlisted do do Do 




Jonah Eives 


inlisted do do Do 




Eli* Freeman 


inlisted do do Do 




Orsamus Holmes 


do do do Do 


in hospital 


John Halet 


inlisted 26th Novr. 1775 




David Henderson 


inhsted 26 th Novr. Ditto 


sick in hospital 


John Locheron 


inlisted do do Do 




John ]\Iillege 


inlisted do do Do 




Daniel Owen 


inlisted do do Do 




Ephron Putnam 


inlisted 26th Novr. 1775 Or 


1 Command 


Nicholas Powers 


inlisted 26th do do in 


hospital 


Michel Quin 


inlisted do do ditto 




Benjamin Rose 


inlisted do do Do 




Seth Stow 


inlisted 26th Novr. as Serjt 


redu* 29th 


Jany. 1776 






David Sturges 


inlisted Novr. 26 1775 




John Stevens 


inlisted do do Do 




James Squires 


do do do Ditto 




Jesse Spencer 


do do do Ditto 




Nicholas Turner 


do do do Ditto w 


alter in liospital 


Stephen Wakley 


inhsted 26th Novr. 1775 




David Wiley 


inlisted 26th Novr. Ditto 





440 REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

John Kelley inlistecl do do Ditto prisoner in ye City 

Jeremiah Andress do do Ditto died 29th Deer. 

Benjamin Griswell ingaged 26th Novr, 1775 

Wm. Satterlee Lieut. 
Samuel McClure Quarter ]\Iaster Sick at ye Hospital inlisted 
26th Novr. 1775. 

Drum & 
Captain Lieutenant Quarter Mr. Serjeants Corporals Fife Privates 



Present 
Absent 1 


2 


1 


3 


2 
1 


1 
1 


18 

7 


Total 1 


2 


1 




3 


2 


25 



I do Certify upon Honour that tlie Officers Non-Commissioned 
Officers & privates who appeared this day Under Arms in My Com- 
pany are bonafida Engaged in the Service of tlie United Colonies 
and Receive pay according to the Rank the Hold in the Rolls. I do 
also certify upon honour that the Absentees are to the best of mj* 
knowledge Effectives and Absent for the Reasons menioned on the 
other side, as also that Two Dead were Effectives to the time set 
opposit their Names 

Wm. Satterlee Lieut. 

Then Mustered in Capt. Babcock's Compy. in Major Brown's 
Detachment Two Lieuts. three Serjts. Two Corporals one Drummer 
and eighteen privates. This Muster is Taken from the 26th Novr. 
1775 to 30 Jany. 1776 Liclusive 

James Van Rensselaer 

Depy. "SI. M. Genl. 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 441 

l^Capt. Charles Nelson's Company.'] 

A Muster Roll of Cap^" Chaiis Nelson's Company in ]\Iajor 
John Brown's Detachment now in the service of the United Colonies 
dated at Camp Near Quebec 17 Day FeV 1776 

Captain 

Charls Nelson Novem-- 26 "> 1775 

First Lieutenant 
Seth Wheelar Nov^ 26"' 1775 present 

Second Lieutenant 
James Goold Nov'" 26'-'' 1776 present 

Serjeants 

Jonathan McConnel Serjeant Major Sick Hospital 

John Sanborn inlisted Nov"" 26th 1775 

Robert Paul inlisted Nov' 26th Ditto 

James Hardy inlisted Nov'" 26th Ditto 

John Freeman inlisted Nov"" 26th Ditto 

Corporals 

John Waters inlisted Nov"" 26th 1775 

Stephen Beltheh inlisted Nov"^ 26th Ditto 

Philip^ Grapes inlisted Nov' 26th Ditto 

William Simpson inlisted Nov'' 26th Ditto 

Drummer & Fifer 

John Cannada inlisted Nov"" 26th 1775 

Timothy Curtis Do Novr 26 Ditt° 



442 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



William Abbot inlistej 

Enos Bishop inlisted 

Robert Barkley inlisted 

Primas Black inlisted 

Elijah Blodget'o inlisted 

Thomas Capern inlisted 

George Capee inlisted 

Jonath" Dresser inlisted 

Samuel Drew inlisted 

David Erwine inlisted 

Nath^^ Eastman inlisted 

John French inlisted 

Moody Freeman inlisted 

James Gibson inlisted 

Epheram Garvin inlisted 

John Haselton inlisted 

Oliver Hand inlisted 

Ira Hand inlisted 

in Hospital 

Benj" Heath inlisted 

Leonard Heriman inlisted 

Moses Heriman inlisted 

Jedediah Jewet inlisted 

George Kenttield inlisted 

Joseph Libbey inlisted 

iNIoses Luttington inlisted 

John Lapish inlisted 

Abiel Messer inlisted 

Duncan Magrager inlisted 

Robert Miller inlisted 

Ezra INIoores inlisted 

Silvanus Owen inlisted 

Thomas piper inlisted 

Zeph"iah Patee inlisted 



Novem'' 26th 1775 

Novem'- 26th Ditto 

Novem^ 26th Ditto 

Novem-- 26th Ditto 

Novem^ 26th Ditto 

Novem'' 26th Ditto 

Novem' 26th Ditto 

No Venn- 26 th Ditto 

Novemr 26th Ditto Sick in Hospital 

Novemr 26th Ditto 

Novemr 26th Ditto 

Novr. 26 th Ditto 

Novemr 26th Ditto 

Novemr 26th Ditto Sick in Hospital 

Novemr 26th Ditto present 

Novemr 26th present 1.775 

Novemr 26th Do Ditto 

Novemr 26th Do Ditto Sick 



Novemr 

Novr. 

Novemr 

Novemr 

Novemr 

Novemr 

Novemr 

Novemr 

Novem^ 

Novemr 

Novemr 

Novemr 

Novemr 

Novemr 

Novemr 



26th 

26th 

26 th 

26th 

26th 

26th 

26th 

26th 

26th 

26th 

26th 

26th 

26th 

26th 

26th 



Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Sick in 
present 

Do 
Ditto 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
present 

Do 



Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Hospital 

Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 

1775 
Ditto 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



443 



Jonathan Richardson 


inlisted Novr 26th Do 


Ditto 


Thomas Spring 


inlisted Novemr 26th Do 


Ditto 


Isaac Steven 


inlisted Novemr 26th Do 


Ditto 


Henry Sullingham 


inlisted Novr 26th Do 


Ditto 


Archabald Sterling 


inlisted Novr 26th Do 


Ditto 


Ezekiel Stickney 


inlisted Novr 26th Do 


Ditto 


Ward Thurstin 


inlis'^ 26th Novr died Jany 


15 Ditto 


Israel Umpsted 


inlisted Novr 26th present 


Ditto 


Jonathan Walker 


inlisted Novemr 26th Ditto 


Ditto 


Samuel Wallis 


inlisted Novr 26th Ditto 


Ditto 


Sick in Hospital 






Adonijah Klein 


inlisted Novr 26th Ditto 


Ditto 


Samuel Serjeant 


inlisted Novr 26th Ditto 


Ditto 


]Moses Flood 


inlisted Novr 26th 1775 present 


John Robertson 


inlisted Jany 2'* 1776 on Command to 


Montreal 








pr Chas. Nelson Ca 


,ptn. 



Then Mustered in Capt. Nelsons Compy. and Major Browns De- 
tachment one Capt. Two Lieuts. Four Serjts. Four Corporals one 
Drummer one Fifer and Forty privates — This Muster is Taken 
from 26 Novr. 1775 to the 80 Jany 1776 inclusive 

James Van Rensselaer Depy M. M. Genl. 

Drummer 
Captain Lieutenant Serjeants Corporals & Fifer Private 



Camp Near Present 1 

Quebec Absent 
16 th Feby — 

1776 Total 1 



40 

7 



47 



I do Certify, upon honour that the Officers, Non-Commissioned 
Officers & privates, who Appeared this day under Arms, in my 
Company, are bonafida ingaged in the service of the United Colonies 



444 REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

& Receive pay According to the rank they Hold in the Roll. I do 
also Certify upon Honour that the Absentees are to the Best of my 
knowledge Effectives &; Absent for the Reasons i\Ientioned on the 
Other Side, as also that one Dead was an Affective to the time set 
opposit his Name 

Charles Nelson Capt. 



\_Capt. Robert Cochrane' s Company. ~\ 

A ^Muster Roll of Captn. Robert Cochrans Company & Major 
Browns Detachment Now in the Service of the United Colonies, 
dated at Camp Near Quebec 16th day Feby. 1776. 

Captain 

Robert Cochran Novr. 26th 1775 

First Lieutenant 

Palmerly Allen Novr. 26th 1775 Sick in Hospital 

Second Lieutenant 

Serjeants 

Isaac Buck inlisted 26 Novr. 1775 died 20th Jany 1776 

Samuel Dunlap Do Do Do present 

Samuel Kellom Do Do Do died 13th Jany. 1776 

Corporals 

Edward Richards inlisted 2Gth Novemr. 1775 present 

Jessey Chipman Do Do Do Sick in 

Hospital 
Jonatli" Burk Do Do Do died 16th 

Jany. 1776 



revolutionary documents 
Drummer & Fifer 



445 



Moses Andrews 
Ebenezer Averil 
John Beder Do 26 

J any. 1776 
Alexander Begar 
Isaac Bennet 
Samuel Beach 
Benjn. Young Smith Do 
Samuel Cochran 
John Church 
Uriah Cross 
John Goodcourage 
Nathan" Mallarce 
Abner Rowe 
John Luttington 

London 

Amos Willen 
Jonathan Fitch 
Timothy Flood 
Joseph Shavalee 



inlisted 26th Novr. 1775 present 

Do 26th Novr. Do Sick in Hospital 

Joynd Capt. Lamb 



Do 
Do 
Do 



Do 26th 1775 

Do 26 Do died 31 Jany. 1776 

Do 26 Do present 

26 1775 Sick in Hospital 

26 th Do present 

26th Do present 

26 th Do Do 

inlisted 26th Novr. 1775 present 
Do 26th Do waiter in Hospital 

Do 26th Do Sick in Hospital 

Do 26 th Do present 

Do 26th Do Ditto 

inlisted 26th Novr. 1775 present 
Do Do Do sick in Hospital 

inlisted 8th Jany. 1776 sick in Hospital 
Do 10th Decern'^ 1775 present 

Then mustered in Capt. Cochrans Compy and Major Browns De- 
tachment the Capt. one Serjeant one Corporal and eleven privates 

This Muster Roll is Taken from the 26 Novr. 1775 to the 30th 
Jany. 1776 Inclusive 

James Van Rensselaer 

Depy. M. M. Genl. 
Camp Near Quebec 16th Feby. 1776 

Captain Lieutenant Serjeants Corporals Drum & Fife Privates 



Present 
Absent 



11 



Total 



19 



446 REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

I do Certify, upon Honour, that the Officers Non-Commissionecl 
Officers & privates who appeared this Day under Arms in my Com- 
pany are bonalida ingaged in the service of the United Colonies c^- 
Receive Pay according to the Rank they Hold in the Rolls. I do 
also certify upon honour that the absentees are to the best of my 
knowledge Effectives & Absent for the Reasons mentioned on the 
other side, as also that two Serjeants one Corporal & one private 
dead was effective to the time set opposit to their Names 

Robert Cochran Captn. 



\_Lieut. David Pixh'ys Company.'] 

A Muster Roll of Lieut. David Pixley Company and Genii. Arnolds 
Detachment now in the Service of the United Colonies doing duty 
In Major Brown's Detachment — 



Captain First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant 
David Pixley present 



Serjeants 

John Ripney present 

Joseph Chamberlin sick in hospital 

Corporals 

Eli Styles present 

E lis ha Gilbert Ditto 

Samuel Rowley inlisted wh Capt" Brown Jany 18th 1776 

Eldad Corbit present 

Drummer & Fifer 
John Connely waiter on the Sick Fife Major 

Francis Pain present 

William Olcott 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



447 



David Ames 



present 



Alexander Barker Joyn'd 
Majr. Wisenfelts 9th Jan 
uary 
Nathan Bennet present 
Jessey Clark Ditto 

David Curtis Ditto 

Jonas Chadock Ditto 
Elias Dickey Ditto 

Asa Dernim Ditto 

Renbin Dernim Ditto 
Jennor Foot Ditto 



William Fellows on command wh 
ye Carper" 



Jonathan Hastens Sick Absent 
Asa Hutchins present 
Edward Haws present 
Jonathan Lee Ditto 

Edward Nayson on Command 
Benjamin Nayson Sick present 
Amasa Parker 
Eliphalet Philbrook Sick in Hospital 
John Pasavile present 
Samuel Clarke 



pr David Pixley Lieut. 
Then Mustered in Capt. Goodriches Compy. and Genl. Arnolds 
Regt. one Lieutenant one Serjeant three Corporals one Drummer 
and Seventeen privates — This INIuster is taken from 

James Van Rensselaer Depy. M. M. G' 

Captain Lieutenant Serjeant Corporal Drum & Fife Rank & File 



Present 

Absent 

Total 



1 



17 

5 



■09 



I do Certify on Honour, that the ( )fficers Non-Coramissioned Officers 
& privates who appear'^ this day Under Arms in My Company are 
Bonafida ingaged in the Service of the United Colonies & Receive 
Pay According to the Rank they hold in the Roll — 

I do also Certify that the Absentees are to the best of my know- 
ledge Effectives at the time of their Inlistment and are Absent for 
the Reasons Set Oppo&it their Names 

David Pixley Lent, 
Leu* Pixley^ Muster Roll 1776. 



LIST OF MEN IN COL. TIMOTHY BEDEL'S REGIMENT 

SURRENDERED AT THE CEDARS MAY 21, 177b, 

BY MAJOR ISAAC BUTTERFIELD. 

[^Fot'ce's Am. ArcldveB, Fifth SWies, vol. I, p. 1G7.'\ 
Field and Staff. 
Isaac Butterfield Major Thomas Hibbard Adjutant 



Captain James Osgood's Company. 



Samuel Fowler 
John Webster 
Charier, Hill 
Stephen Webster 
Hubbard Carter 
Benjamin Webster 
Joseph Ordway 
John Ordway 
Nathan Kinsman 

Robinson 

Christopher Hinkley 
Chandler Abbott 
Elias Abbott 
Philip Abbott 
Timothy Foss 
[Jacob] Vandervort 
John Carney 
Benjamin Fifield 
Nathaniel Walker 
John lirown 
[Charles] Scott 
[Caleb] Colton 



1st Lieut. 

2d Lieut. 

Ensign 

Sergeant 

do. 

Corporal 

Private 

do. 

do. 

do! 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



Ezekiel Eastman 
Wells Burbank 
Joseph Fellows 
Edward Danforth 
William Hopkins 
Noah Paine 
Barnabas Hagerty 
James Murphy 
Josej^h Basford 
James Basford 
Matthew Peck 
Jeremiah Smith 
Aaron Smith 
William Fahey 
William Simonds 
Elisha Speed 
Ezra Abbott 
William Cutler 
William Fahey 
Edward Carleton 
John Beden 
Israel Spaulding 



Private 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



448 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



449 



Nason Cass 


do. 


Richard Pangborn 


do. 


Joseph Cass 


do. 


Elisha Spear 


do. 


John Smith 


do. 


Ezra Abbott 


do. 


Daniel Young 


do. 


William Cutler 


do. 


Captain Daniel Carlisle's Company. 




Joshua White 


Private 


Isaac Gibbs 


Private 


John Butler 


do. 


James Wheelock 


do. 


David Gibbs 


do. 


Henry Willard 


do. 


Thomas Gibbs 


do. 


John Willard 


do. 


Joshua Gibbs 


do. 


Zephaniah Richardson 


do. 


Eleazer Jordan 


do. 


Joshua Pierce 


do. 


Luke Aldrich 


do. 


Joseph Beaman 


do. 


Nathaniel Bacon 


do. 


Stephen Chapman 


do. 


Thomas Whitcomb 


do. 


Nathaniel Colburn 


do.' 


Thomas Amsden 


do. 






Capt 


ain Jason WaiVs Company. 




Aaron Johnson 


Private 


Amos Puffer 


Private 


Oliver Murdock 


do. 


Joseph Gray 


do. 


Benjamin Hall 


do. 


Amos Flood 


do. 


Elisha Willis 


Corporal 


Simeon Puffer 


do. 


Isaac Johnson 


Private 


Aaron Rice 


do. 


Josiah Johnson 


do. 






Captain Ebenezer 


G-reen's Company. 




Benjamin Chamberlain 


Ensign 


John Rowe 


Private 


David Chamberlain 


Private 


Perley Rogers 


do. 


Joseph Skinner 


do. 


Josiah Hopkins 


do. 


Abner Chamberlain 


do. 


Daniel Eustis 


do. 


Nathaniel Rogers, Jr. 


do. 


Joseph Skinner 


do. 


John Morris 


do. 


Aaron Smith 


do. 


John Evans 


do. 


John Powell 


do. 


Elias Chamberlain 


do. 


Alexander 


do. 



450 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Captain Daniel Wilkins's Company/. 



Daniel Wilkins 
[William] Roby 
John Mills 
William Bradford 
Jabez Holt 
Samuel Wood 
George Bemain 
Alexander Brown 
James Harwood 
Thomas ]\IcClary 
John Bobbins 
William Hamblett 
William Alld 
Thomas Stevens 
Joseph Dickey 
Laraford Gilbert 
Isaac Curtis 
Reuben Camp 
Joseph Farrar 
John Allen 
William Brown 
Jacob Blodgett 
John Phelps 
James Jewell 
Ephraim Clark 
James Cochran 
Samuel Stearns 
Joshua Abbott 
Henry Glover 
Josiah Warren 



Captain Robert Livingston Private 

1st Lieut. Roger Dutton do. 

2d Lieut. James Hartshorn do. 

Ensign Abbott Roby do. 

Fifer Southerick Weston do. 

Private Thomas j\Ielendy do. 

do. Sylvester Wilkins do. 

do. Robert Cochran do. 

do. Aaron Nichols do. 

do. James Caldwell Sergeant 

do. Robert Campbell do. 

do. John Caldwell McNeil do. 

do. Samuel Boyd Private 

do. Benjamin McAllister do. 

do. Timothy Martin do. 

do. Hugh McKean do. 

do. Jonathan Fifield Corporal 

do. Daniel Wilkins Private 

do. John Wiley do. 

do. Lemuel Curtis do. 

do. Stephen Curtis do. 

do. Isaac Stearns do. 

do. John McClintock do. 

do. Obadiah Holt do. 

do. Andrew Wilkins Corporal 

do. Joseph Love joy Private 

Corporal Jonathan Farnum do. 

do. James Clark do. 

Private Jeremiah Lamson do. 

do. Amos Bout well do. • 



REVOLUTIONARV DOCUMENTS 



451 



Captain Edward Everett's Gom'pany. 



Edward Everett 


Captain 


William Pitts 


Private 


[Ebenezer] Chamberlain Lieut. 


Ephraim Blodgett 


do. 


John Tyler 


Sergeant 


Ephraim Chamberlain 


do. 


Benjamin Murdock 


do. 


Daniel Chamberlain 


do. 


Benjamin Rollins 


Corporal 


Lemuel Meader 


do. 


Nahum Powers 


Private 


Joseph Wheat 


do. 


Michael Clark 


do. 


Ezra Gates 


do. 


Joseph Judkins 


do. 


Ezra Gates, Jr. 


do. 


Job Leverett 


do. 


Jacob Gates 


do. 


Jolui Brown 


do. 


Stephen Gates 


do. 


Nathaniel Borden 


do. 


John Cooley 


do. 


James Barnes 


do. 







Captain Samuel Young's Company. 
Solomon Cleveland Private Joseph Hadley 



Private 



Captain Joseph Estahrook' s Company. 



Joseph Estabrook 


Captain 


Martin iNlontgomery 


Private 


[Lemuel] Sargent 


1st Lieut. 


Benjamin Coates 


do. 


[John] Griggs 


2d Lieut. 


William Hardwick 


do. 


[Benjamin] Holbrook 


Ensign 


Elisha Bowes 


do. 


[Jonathan] Fuller 


Sergeant 


Joseph Church 


do. 


Skinner 


do. 


Moses Wright 


do. 


James Miller 


Drummer 


Alpheus Hill 


do. 


John Udal 


Private 


Asa White 


do. 


Andrew Bunton 


do. 


Cornelius Dunsey 


do. 


John Wright 


do. 


Robert Little 


do. 


Peter Wilson 


do. 


Timoth}^ Harvey 


do. 


Charles Richards 


do. 


Amos Holbrook 


do. 


William Murphy 


do. 







MISCELLANEOUS EOLLS AND OTHER EEVOLU- 

TIONARY DOCUMENTS WHICH HAVE BEEN 

DISCOVERED SINCE THE PUBLICATION 

OF VOLUMES 14 - 17 OF THIS SERIES. 



\_Enlistments, Captain Marston's Company, Colonel John WaldrorCs 

Regiment.'] 

We the Subscribers do hereby inlist ourselves as Soldiers in 
Captain Simon INlarston's Company, in CoP John Waldrons Reig- 
ment to serve in the Continental Army, under the command of his 
Excellency General Washington until the first day of April next, 
unless sooner discharged. — 

And we promise Obedience to all our Officers & to be subject 
to the rules and regulations of the Continental Army during the said 
Term — 





Jan^ 1776 




Jan^' 1776 


23 


Josiah Batchelor 


25 


Benj folsom Srgent 


25 


David McCrilles 




Moses Sarvence 


26 


Samuel Leavitt 




Enoch Brown 


26 


dies peage 




Asef merill 


27 


John Grifen 




Jonathan wadson 


27 


John Whitcher 




Benj Judgskons 




Benjamin French 




Isrel Cliford 


28 


Daniel Currier 




Daniel Rand 


23 


James Young 




Nathaniel folsom 


23 


Joshua Young 




Trustham folsom 


23 


Josaph philbrock 




Nathaniel Rolens 


28 


Jonathan Batchelder 




Jacob Clough 


29 


Abner Davis Corprel 


26 


James Page Sargent 


29 


Joseph Whitcher Juner 


26 


Adonijah Fellows Corpel 


29 


John York 




Enoch Cate 


29 


Benj Grant 




George Seavey 


29 


Samuel Cate 




Moses Kelsee 


31 


Robert Mason 


27 


James Garland 


31 


John Batchelder 




his 

David X Sargent 


23 


Nathan Batchelor Srgent 




mark 

Joseph Bickford 




Peter Samborn Leut. 




Elipheleat Marston 


25 


Zebulon Eagley [Edgerly] 


Leut. 


Chase Whicher 3 day of febrj' 




[Original in possession of 


the 


New Hampshire Historical So- 


ciety. See State Papers, vol. lA 


L, p. 476.] 






455 





456 REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

\_Travel Roll of Men in Col. John Waldrori's Regiment, 1776.'] 



^^^len marcM 


mens Names 


Place Bod 


distance 
travel 


febrey Stu 1776 


James page 


Deerfield 


1 . 
140 mils 


Dito 


Benj folsom 


Do 


140 


Ddto 


Naithan Batched 


Do 


140 


IHto 


Adnigah falows 


Do 


140 


Ddto 


Samuel Cate 


Do 


140 


Dito 


Gorge Sevey 


Do 


140 


Dito 


Eonoch Cate 


Do 


140 


Dito 


Daniel Curler 


Do 


140 


Ddto 


Samel gillnaan 


Do 


140 


Dito 


Calab young 


Do 


140 


Ddto 


John Grifen 


Do 


140 


Ddto 


Levi Dame 


Do 


140 


Dito 


moses kalsey 


Do 


140 


Ddto 


Andrew Allen 


Do 


140 


Ddto 


Samuel Leavitt 


Do 


140 


Dito 


Jonath. watson 


Do 


140 


Dito 


Joshuea Young 


Do 


140 


Ddto 


Chase peage 


Do 


140 


Ddto 


aseph Mearel 


Do 


140 


Ddto 


Josiah Sawyer 


Do 


140 


Ddto 


Josiah megon 


Do 


140 


Do 


John folsom 


Do 


140 


Do 


James Y'oung 


Do 


140 


Do 


Trustham folsom 


Do 


140 


Do 


Nath'il folson 


Do 


140 


Do 


Nathani Rolengs 


Do 


140 


Do 


John Batcheklr 


Do 


140 


Do 


Josiah Batcheldr 


Do 


140 


Do 


Joseph philbrook 


Do 


140 


Do 


John Thursteng 


Do 


140 


Do 


lasrel Clford 


Do 


140 


Do 


moses Savrence 


Do 


140 


Do 


Nathanii Rand 


Do 


140 


Do 


Jaremiah Brown 


Do 


140 


Do 


trustham Cliford 


Do 


140 


Do 


David McCriles 


Do 


140 


Do 


Isaac Osgood 


Do 


340 


Do 


Joshuea wells 


Do 


140 


Do 


Samuel Loock 


Do 


140 


Do 


Benjm Judkins 


Do 


140 


Do 


Nathan Beean 


Do 


140 


February 7ti» 


Jacob Morril 


Epping 


120 




Josiah Edgerly 


Do 


120 




Josiah Dow 


Do 


120 




Josiah Melbon 


Do 


120 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



457 



[^Travel Roll of Men in Col. John Waldron's Regiment, 1776. — 

Continued.~\ 



When marcht 


mens Names 


Place Bod 


distance 
travel 


February 7th 


Job Shuburon 


Epping 


120 mils 




James Drake 


Do 


120 




Jabez french 


Do 


120 




Josiah Towl 


Do 


120 




Paul Blake 


Do 


120 




Aaron Rollings 


Do 


120 




Dudley Prescott 


Do 


120 




Jonathan fifeld 


Do 


120 




Thomas Cloug-h 


Do 


120 


February 3^ 


William Towl 


Raymond 


120 




William Prescott 


'Do 


120 




John Prescott 


Do 


120 




John Wells 


Do 


120 




Stephen Thirston 


Do 


120 




Jonathan Batchelor 


Do 


120 




John Melven 


Do 




February 3d 


TWorthy Taylor 


Poplen 


110 




Samuel Stuard 


Do 


110 




Dudley Merrill 


Do 


110 




Ephraim Abbot 


Do 


110 




MeNoah Scribner 


Do 


110 




Ezekiel Roberds 


Do 


110 


February 3'! 


Enos Sanborn 


Kingstown 


90 




Jethro Sanborn 


Do 


90 




Edward Megoon 


Do 


90 




Prince Batchelor 


Do 


90 




Jeremiah Folsom 


Do 


90 


Febrey 2 day 


James Garland 


Chester 


160 


Do 


Joseph Bickford 


Do 


160 


Do 


Gorg- Sandors 


Do 


160 


Do 


Joseph Smith 


Do 


160 


Do 


Daniel Sargent 


Do 


160 


Do 


Eliphet Marston 


Do 


160 


febrey the 3 d? 


Benjm Grant 


Nottingham 


120 


Do 


Joseph Whicher 


Do 


120 


D 


Chase Whicher 


Do 


120 


D 


Josiah Clark 


Do 


120 


febry the 1 day 


John Whitcher 


merridath 


220 


febry 3 d? 


Stephen wells 


LowdaAvn 


170 


febry 3 dy 


Joseph waight 


Roy alt on 


140 


febry 4 dy 


John harvey 


ambsrey 


30 


febry 3 dy 


Josi Clark Junr 


Nottinghm 


120 


febry 3 dy 


Peter Savrence 


Deerfield 


140 



[Original in possession of the New Hampshire Historical Society.] 



458 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



[^Travel Moll, Captain Marston's Company J] 

A Roll of the Travel of the Company Commanded by Captain Simon 
Marston in Coloni Joshua Wingets Reg-t Sep^ 10t*i 1776 — 













The Amount 






The Towns 






at Id a Mile 


Men's Names 




froni whence 


Number 


& one Days 






they came 


of Miles 


pay for each 












20 miles 


Simon Marston 


Captain 


Dearfield 


109 


Miles 


1. 18. 5 


Zebulon Barber 


It Lieut 


New Market 


115 


Do 


1. 8. 6 


Andrew McGafPee 


2d Lt 


Epsom 


109 


Do 


1. 7. 103^ 


William Bennet 


Ensign 


Exeter 


115 


Do 


1. 4. 7 


Peter Stillings 


Serjeant 


New Market 


115 


Do 


0. 18. 814 


Benjamin Huntoon 


Do 


New Salsbury 


60 


Do 


0. 9. 9 


Joseph Bickford 


Do 


Chichester 


109 


Do 


0. 17. 4 


Abraham Sheriff 


Do 


Exeter 


115 


Do 


0.18. 8V4 


Neal McGaffee 


Corporal 


Epsom 


109 


Do 


0. 16. 8% 


Edward Eastman 


Do 


Exeter 


115 


Do 


0. 17. 111/2 


James Brown 


Do 


Dearfield 


109 


Do 


0. 16. 334 


Benjamin Stevens 


Do 


New Market 


115 


Do 


0. 17. llVa 


Josiah Clark 


Fifer 


Nottingham 


109 


Do 


0. 16. 8 


James Rundlet 


Drum' 


Exeter 


115 


Do 


0. 17. 111/2 


Elijah A'ickerry 


Private 


Exeter 


115 


Do 


0. 17. 3 


Kinsly Hall James 


Do 


Ditto 


115 


Do 


0. 17. 3 


Samuel Daniels 


Do 


Ditto 


115 


Do 


0. 17. 3 


Simeon Palmer 


Do 


Ditto 


115 


Do 


0. 17. 3 


Samuel Dutch 


Do 


Ditto 


115 


Do 


0. 17. 3 


William Cushing 


Do 


Ditto 


115 


Do 


0. 17. 3 


John Wadley 


Do 


Ditto 


115 


Do 


0. 17. 3 


Elezer Fargason 


Do 


Ditto 


115 


Do 


0.17. 3 


James Creaton 


Do 


Ditto 


115 


Do 


0. 17. 3 


Thomas Webster 


Do 


Ditto 


115 


Do 


0.17. 3 


Simon Oilman 


Do 


Ditto 


115 


Do 


0. 17. 3 


Moses Leavetit 


Do 


Hampton 


120 


Do 


0. 18. 


William Swain 


Do 


Ditto 


120 


Do 


0. IS. 


John Rollings 


Do 


Ditto 


120 


Do 


0.18. 


Thomas Creaton 


Do 


Exeter 


115 


Do 


0. 17. 3 


Jonathan Perkins 


Do 


Ditto 


115 


Do 


0. 17. 3 


David Robinson 


Do 


New Market 


115 


Do 


0. 17. 3 


Samuel Oilman 


Do 


Ditto 


115 


Do 


0. 17. 3 


Jacob Folsom 


Do 


Ditto 


115 


Do 


0. 17. 3 


John Xeal 


Do 


Ditto 


115 


Do 


0.17. 3 


Samuel Ward 


Do 


Ditto 


115 


Do 


0. 17. 3 


Zebulon Doe 


Do 


Ditto 


115 


Do 


0.17. 3 


John Watson 


Do 


Ditto 


115 


Do 


0. 17. 3 


James Moody 


Do 


Ditto 


115 


Do 


0. 17. 3 


Peter Hersey 


Do 


Ditto 


115 


Do 


0.17. 3 


Daniel Cross 


Do 


Ditto 


115 


Do 


0. 17. 3 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 459 

[^Travel Roll, Captain Marstoris Company. — Continued.'] 













The Amount 






The Towns 






at Id a Mile 


Men's Names 




from whence 


Number 


& one Dajs 






they came 


of Miles 


pay for each 












20 miles 


Samuel Drowne 


Private 


New Market 


115 Miles 


0.17. 3 


Josiah Barber 


Do 


Ditto 


115 


Do 


0.17. 3 


William Prescott 


Do 


Raymond 


115 


Do 


0. 17. 3 


William Towl 


Do 


Ditto 


115 


Do 


0. 17. 3 


Josiah Clark 


Do 


Notting-ham 


109 


Do 


0. 16. 1 


John Batcheldor 


Do 


Dearfield 


109 


Do 


0.16. 1 


Samuel Leavett 


Do 


Ditto 


109 


Do 


0.16. 1 


John Thurstin 


Do 


Ditto 


109 


Do 


0. 16. 1 


George Wallace 


Do 


Ditto 


109 


Do 


0. 16. 1 


Josiah Batcheldor 


Do 


Ditto 


109 


Do 


0.16. 1 


Samuel Blue 


Do 


Ditto 


109 


Do 


0. 16. 1 


Abraham True 


Do 


Ditto 


109 


Do 


0.16. 1 


John Turrill 


Do 


Ditto 


109 


Do 


0. 16. 1 


Gersham Mareh 


Do 


Ditto 


109 


Do 


0. 16. 1 


William Eand 


Do 


Ditto 


109 


Do 


0.16. 1 


James Griffen 


Do 


Ditto 


109 


Do 


0.16. 1 


Peter Leavett 


Do 


Ditto 


109 


Do 


0.16. 1 


Benjamin Folsom 


Do 


Ditto 


109 


Do 


0.16. 1 


William McCrellis 


Do 


Ditto 


109 


Do 


0. 16. 1 


Joshua Atwood 


Do 


Epsom 


109 


Do 


0.16. 1 


Nathanael Kennison 


Do 


Ditto 


109 


Do 


0.16. 1 


Jonathan Green 


Do 


Ditto 


109 


Do 


0. 16. 1 


Moses Lock 


Do 


Ditto 


109 


Do 


0. 16. 1 


Levi Marston 


Do 


Ditto 


109 


Do 


0.16. 1 


Jeremiah Gai'land 


Do 


Ditto 


109 


Do 


0.16. 1 


Thomas Mason 


Do 


Ditto 


109 


Do 


0.16. 1 


Samuel Philbrook 


Do 


Ditto 


109 


Do 


0. 16. 1 


Stephen Call 


Do 


New Salsbury 


60 


Do 


0. 9. 


Robert Wise 


Do 


Ditto 


60 


Do 


0. 9. 


Ciitten Stevens 


Do 


Ditto 


60 


D« 


0. 9. 


Jeremiah Eastman 


Do 


Ditto 


60 


Do 


0. 9. 


Daniel Giles 


Do 


Ditto 


60 


Dp 


0. 9. 


Josiah Scribner 


Do 


Ditto 


60 


Do 


0. 9. 


Ezekiel Lunt 


Do 


Ditto 


60 


D> 


0. 9. 


Nathan Roe 


Do 


Ditto 


60 


Do 


0. 9. 


Georg-e Kenfield 


Do 


Concord 


60 


Do 


0. 9. 


James Wells 


Do 


Raymond 


115 


Do 


0.17. 3 


Richard Serjeant 


Do 


Ditto 


109 


Do 


0. 16. 1 


Samuel Scribner 


Do 


New Salsbury 


60 


Do 


0. 9. 


Total 


8314 


£65. 0. 1014 



A True Copy — Simon Marston Capt^ 

[Orig-inal in possession of the New Hampshire Historical Society.] 



460 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



\_(}fficers of Colonel Reed's Regiment.'] 



We the Subscribers have recived of [torn] 
commanded by James Eeed Esqr the [torn] 
We being Officers in Said Eegiment 



James Eeed Coll 


14 


3 


4 


2 


Israel Oilman L* Coll 


11 


6 


6 




Nathan Hale Majar 


8 


10 


7 


% 


Jas Otis Adjt 


2 


16 


10 


2 


Levi Spaulding Cap* 


5 


13 


9 





David Place Capt 


3 


15 








Eobert Oliver Cap* 


5 


13 


9 





James Wilkinson Cap* 


8 


10 


7 


Vs 


Benjamin Mann Cap* 


5 


13 


9 




Ezra Green SurgQ 


2 


16 


10 


V-z 


John Jones Cap* 


5 


13 


9 




Ezra Towne Capt 


5 


13 


9 





Eichard Coughlan L* 


2 


16 


10 


3 


George Aldrich L* 


2 


15 


10 


2 


Amos Emerson Lie* 


2 


16 


10 


2 


Thomas Grover L* 


2 


16 


10 


2 


Isaac Stone Lie^ 


8 


16 


10 


2 


Thompson Max-vvell L* 


2 


16 


10 


2 


Aaron Hanson Lieut 


1 


17 


6 





James Otis Lieut 


5 


13 


9 





Jona Emerson Ensign 


2 


16 


10 


2 


Silvanus Reed Ens 


2 


16 


10 


2 


Thomas Boffee Lieu* 


2 


16 


10 


2 


Joseph Churchill Leu* 


2 


16 


10 


2 


James Taggart Lt 


2 


16 


10 


2 


Pelatiah W^hittemore Ensi 


2 


16 


10 


2 


W"m Adrian Hawkins Ens 


2 


16 


10 


2 


Sami Pettengill Liu* 


2 


16 


10 


2 


Stephen Carter Ens 


2 


16 


10 


2 


William Lee Ensi 


2 


16 


10 


2 


Isaac Farsvell Lu* 


2 


16 


10 


2 


Benja Davis Ens^ 


2 


16 


10 


2 



[The above names are all signatures. Original owned by Frye broth- 
ers, Wilton, N. H.] 



KEVOLUTIONAEY DOCUMENTS 

[Field and Staff, Second Regiment.'\ 



461 



Muster Roll of the Field and Staff Officers, of the 2^ N Hampr Regiment 
with such Xoncommissioned Officers as are not attached to any Company. 



Ranks 


Names 


Casualties 


Colonel 

Lieut Col. Com<it 


George Reid 




Maj ^ 

Adjut. 

Quarter Master 
Pay Master 
Recruit. Officer 
Surgeon 


Amos Morrill 
Jason Wait 
Wm M Bell 
Caleb Blodget 
James Blanchard 
Robt R Henery 


New Hampshire On Command. 


Mate 

Serjt Majr 
Qi-.M Serjt 
Drum Majr 
Fife Majr 
Drumer 


Jona Downing 
Thophilus Colby 
Philip Fowler 
Sami Odiorn 
Job Kenniston 


Sick at XeAv Hampr 
Sick at Albany 



[Original owned by Frye brothers, Wilton, N. H.] 



462 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



[ One Month's Men, Captain Jones's Company.'^ 

A Return of the month men for Rations their Names the Towns 
& Number of miles Distance — Jan*^^' 1^' 1776 

N B the Names Plere inserted Ingag'' with Cap* John Jones 
CoP Reeds Reg* — 







Miles 


James Curtis 


Princeton 


50 


Daniel Grout 


Holden 


50 


Artimeas Driden 


DO 


50 


Thorn® Davis 


D° 


50 


W™ Nichols 


D° 


50 


David Nichols 


D" 


50 


W" Flagg 


D" 


50 


Jon'' Flagg 


D« 


50 


Elisha Gibbs 


Princeton 


50 


Eli Starnes 


D° 


50 


Eliazer Packard 


D° 


50 


David Bennet 


D° 


50 


Oliver Davis 


D» 


50 


Simon Davis 


D° 


50 


Jesse Lovring 


HoUiston 


25 


Nathan Johnson 


D° 


25 


David Brewer 


DO 


25 


Jon^ Adams 


D° 


25 


Simeon Johnson 


D» 


25 


Ruben Jolnison 


D« 


25 


Silas Fairbanks 


D° 


25 


Sam^^ Jones 


D° 


25 


Aaron Eames 


D° 


25 


Bela Davis 


Hubardston 


55 


Sam^' Davis 


D° 


55 


Ichabod Farington 


Georges 


205 


Sam" Starnes 


Worcester 


45 


Silas Roper 


Lancaster 


45 

Silvanus Reed Ens" 



[Original owned by Frye brothers, Wilton, N. H.] 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



463 



[^Officers' Receipts, Colonel Reed's Regiment.'] 

Camp on Winter Hill March 29: 1776 

we the Subscriber have Reed of Isaac Frye Qr Mr of Collo James [ReecVs] 
Rigt the Sums anexed to ouer Names for Back allowance for the months 
of February and march 1776 Due 'to ouer Several Companys 



Isaac Stone Lieut 


4 


12 


4 


2 


Levi Spaulding- Cap* 


4 


19 


8 


2 


Benjamin Mann Cap* 


6 


14 


2 




John Jones Cap* 


4 


17 


8 




Robert Oliver Cap* 


6 


1 









7 


3 


2 





those officers of the Regt that have Not signd twok it themselves 
Capt Place Dr : : : 10 
Lieut Stone Dr . : : 8 

[Original owned by Frye brothers, Wilton, N. H.] 



[Officers' Receijjts, Colonel Reed's Regiment.] 

Rec<J of Isaac Frye Qr Mr of Collo James Reeds Rigt the Sums Anexed 
to ouer Names for Arears From July 8th to Novembr 14th 1776 









Amounts 






n 


£ 


S 


D 




C3 








Levi Spaulding 


Capt 


9 


11 





Ezra Towne 


Capt 


13 


4 





Benjamin Mann 


Capt 


13 


4 





Thompson maxwell 


Leut 


9 


9 


5 


Jona Emerson 


Lieut 


15 


6 






[Original owned by Frye brothers, Wilton, N. H.] 



464 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



[Officer's of the Second Regiment, September, 1778.'\ 

Muster Roll of the Field and Staff and Commissioned 
Battalion in the Service of the United States Commanded by Colo 



Officers Names 


Rank 


Rema 


Nathan Hale 
Benja Titcomb 


Colo 
Major 


Prisoner July 7 17 


Staff 






Jeremiah Fogg 
Eichd Brown 
Wm Parker 


Paym' 

QMr 

Surgeon 


Dischd 22d Aug 


1 Compy 






James Norris 
James Nichols 
Josiah !Meloon 


Capt 
2 Lieut 
Ensign 


Furlough bj- G 


2d Company 






Thomas Hardy 
Ebenr Light 
Sami Adams 


IL* 
2Lt 
Ensign 


Dischd 27 Aug 
On Commd Sick 


3d Company 






Caleb Robinson 
Moses Dustin 
Micah How 
Luke Woodbury 


Capt 
1 Lieut 
2Lt 

Ensn 




4tli Compy 






James Carr 
Sami Cherry 
Pelth Whittemore 
G Repi Frost 


Capt 
iLt 

2Lt 
Ens 


Comd in Light Corps 
Sick V Forge 


5tii Compy 






John Drew 
Wm Wallis 
David Oilman 
W™ Mtt Bell 


Capt 
ILt 
2Lt 
Ens 


Dischd Aug 2S 
Furl. Surg Geni 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



465 



Officers Names 


Eank 


Remarks 


C Compy 






Elijah Claves 


Capt 




Saml Bradford 


ILt 


Sick at Hillsborough 


Joseph Potter 


2U 




W^ Taggard 


Ensign 


Furlough by Geni Poor 


7 Compy 






James Crombie 


1 Lieut 


Furlough N H Genl Poor 


Noah Kobinson 


2Lt 




8 Company 






William Rowell 






Enoch Chase 






Joshua Merrow 































o 






fcc 




^j 








,_H 


o 




>i 


u 


<i 


^ 




■ji 




C 




^••' 


iZ 


^ 




c: 


_j_j 


c 




\J 


-^ 


r-i 




V} 


O" 


U 


-) 




Present 






1 


1 


1 




4 


7 


5 


Abst 
















6 


2 


Total 




1 

i 

1 


1 


1 




4 


13 


7 



I do Certify that the within M: Eoll is the true State of the Pvank and 
Occurrences that have happened to the 2d N H Eegt according to the best of 
my Knowledge ■ 

Benja Titcomb Major 
Camp White Plains 

Sepr 1 1778 

Camp White Plains Sept 9 1775 Mustered these the Field Staff & 
Commisd Officers of the late Colo Hales Battalion as Specified in the within 
Roll 

Jacob Jno Lansing D C Musr 
[Original owned by Frye brothers, Wilton, N. H.] 



466 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



{Officers of the Second Regimenl, October, 1778.'] 

Muster Roll of Field Staff & Commissioned Officers of the Second New 
Hampshire Forces in The Serv-ice of The United States Commanded By 
Colonel Nathan Hale For Octr 1778 



Officers Names 




Nathan Hale 
Benjamin Titcomb 

Staff 

Jeremiah Fogg 
William Parker 

William Wood 

1 Company- 
James Norris 
James Nichols 

2d Company 

Ebenezr Light 
Samuel Adams 

3d Company 

Caleb Robinson 
Moses Dustin 
Micah Hoit 
Luke Woodbury 

4 Company 

James Carr 
Samuel Cherry 
Pelatiah Whitemore 
George P. Frost 

5 Company 

David Oilman 
William Mt Bell 

6 Company 

Elijah Clayes 
Joseph Potter 
William Taggart 



Colonel 
Major 



Pay Mastr 
Surgeon 

Mate 



Captain 
2d Lieu* 



2d Lieut 
Ensn 



Captain 

1 Lieut 

2 Lieut 
Ensn 



Capt 
1 Lieu* 
2d Lieut 
Ensn 



2d Lieut 
Ensn 



Captain 
2d Lieut 
Ensn 



Remarks 



Prisoner of War on Parole 



On Furlo. Sepf 6 for 90 Days 
By Geni Poor 



Sick at Pound Ridge 



On command 
Do 



In arrest 



On Fiiilo. by Gen' Poor 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



467 



Officers Names 


Rank 


Remarks 


7 Company ' 








James Crombe 
Noah Robinson 


It Lieut 
2d Lieut 


On Furlo. by (ieni 


I'oor 


8 Company 








William Eowell 
Enoch Chase 
Joshua Merrow 


Captain 
1 Lieut 
Ensn 







Hartford, Nov: 2, 1778. Muster'd then the field, staff, & commission'd 
Ofhcers as specified in the above Roll 

H. Sewall, D. C. M. 



Proff of the Effectives 





o 

'o 


o 




c3 


'h3 


a 
c 
H 




P-i 




o 
fcfl 

a; 


(U 


Present 






1 


4 


8 


4 




1 






1 


Absent 








1 


o 


o 








1 




Total 






i; 


5 


11 


6 




1 




1 


1 



I Do Certify that the Within Muster Roll is a true State of the Rank & 
Other Occurrences That have Happend to the Officers of The 2^ N. H. Bat- 
talion According to the best of my Knowledg 

Benja Titcomb Maj'or 



[Original owned by Frye brothers, Wilton, N. H.] 



•468 



KEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



\_Capt. Frederick M. BelVs Compayiy, June^ 1778. '] 

A Muster Roll of the Late Capt Fredricks M* Bells Company in the 2<3 
N. Hampshire Batton Comanded By Colo Xathan Hale Taken for the month 
June 177S. 



Commitioned 
or apo 



Vacant 
May Stu 1777 

l^t Thomas Hardy Lent 
'^"r'^1 -{ November 8th 1776 
imeci 1 2^ Ebenezer Light Lent 
November 8^^ 1776 
Samuel Adames Ensign 



Joiud June 29, 1778 

on Comand att Brunsv^-ick 











m 






No 




u 


u 

CO 




CI 


Remarks 






Sergants 












1 


George Burnham 


1 








' 


2 


Joseph Richardson 




1 




Sick in Camp 




3 


Stephen Noble 
Corprols 


1 










1 


Samuel Card 


1 










2 


Joseph Juell 


1 










3 


Daniel Wyman 

Drum & Fife 




1 








1 


Job Keneston 




1 








2 


Frances Drew 
Privets 




1 




Sick absent 




1 


Noah Allard 












2 


Aron Bickford 












3 


John Blasdel 




1 








4 


Thomas Blasdel 




1 




on Comand 




5 


Peter Barter 








vSick absent 




6 


John Cook 








Tending the Sick V 


Forge 


7 


James Cromwel 




1 








8 


Joseph Burnham 












9 


William Clefford 








Sick absent 




10 


Dependence Colbath 




1 




on Comand 




11 


Amos Canney 








Sick absent 




12 


John Canney 








on Comand 




in 


John Collens 




1 








14 


Richard Colomy 


1 











REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



469 









u 


to 






No 


Privets 




C3 

CO 


o 


Remarks 




15 


Samuel Davis 




1 








16 


Jonatlian Doe 


1 






Sick absent 




17 


James M^Daniels 




1 




Sick absent 




18 


Moses Davis 


1 










19 


James Estman 












20 


Ruben Hamblet 




1 




Sick absent 




21 


John Ham 


1 






on Comand 




22 


Epharim Ham 




1 








23 


William Hill 




1 




Joind July IS, 1778 




24 


John Hull 




1 




on Comand 




25 


Samuel HayAvood 




1 








26 


Zoath Henderson 


1 










27 
28 


Epharim Jones 
Edward Levitt 


1 


1 




f inlisted Apriel 7th 1773 
\ Joind June 29 177S 




29 


A'athaniel Hazelton 






1 






30 


Moses Miles 




1 








31 


John Norten 


1 










32 


Isreal Eunels 


1 






Sick absent 




33 


Daniel Richardson 




1 




on Guard 




34 


Moses Eunels 


1 










35 


Stephen Eunels 


1 






Sick absent 




36 


Elias Critchet 




1 




Do 




37 


John Sergant 


1 






Do 




38 


Moses Spencer 




1 




Do 




39 


John Taylor 




1 




on Guard 




40 


Vincent Torr 




1 








41 


Thomas Currier 




1 




Sick in Camp 




42 


Phinehus Wentworth 


1 






on Comand 




43 


Henery Wisdom 




1 




on Guard 




44 


Richard Presby 


1 






Sick absent 




45 


Isaac Watson 




1 




on Comand 




46 


Ebnezer Palmer 




1 




Sick absent 




47 


George Abbott 


1 






on Forlough 




48 


Elijah Guld 




1 








49 


Amos Cemp 




1 




on Forlough 




50 


Benjamin Small 


1 






Sick absent 




51 


Edward Eandell 


1 






on Guard 




52 


John Welch 




1 








53 


Benjamin Welch 


1 










54 


Samuel Word 


1 






Sick absent 




55 


Downing Colbath 








on Forlough 




56 


Nathaniel Frost 






] 






57 


Joshua Lock 






1 


on Guard 




58 


Solomon Abbott 


1 






Discharged ]May llt^i 17 


78 


59 


James Hardy- 




1 




Dead June 28, 'l77S 




60 


John Marsh 




1 




Dead June 30, 1778 




61 


Benjamin Hicks 


1 






on Forlough 





North Carsel— July 22tiKi 1778 Then Mustred Cap* Fredrick M^lt Bells 
Company as Spacifyed in the above Eoll F. Green, D. M. M. 



470 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

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Total 




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58 



I Do Swaire that the above Roll is a true State of the Companj- Now 
under m^- Coniancl without Fraiid to these united States or to any in Devid- 
al to the Best of my Knolidge. 

Thomas Hardy Liut 

Sworn Before me July 23d 1775 

Philip Cortlandt Col" Comdt 

[Original owned by Frj-e brothers, Wilton, N. H.] 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



471 



l_Capt. James Carrs Company , July, 177S.~\ 

Muster Roll of Capt James Carr's Company 2<l N. Hampshire Regiment 
Commanded by Colonel Nathan Hale 



f James Carr Captain 
Commissioned J 5^"""«lCh,.r".^y 1st Lt 

jPaletiah Whittemore 2^ 
l^George Frost Ensign 



Lt 



on Duty 

Sick at Vally Forge 



No 




War 


3 year 


Remarks 




Serjeants 










3 


Elijah Buzzell 




1 






2 


David George 




1 






3 


David Morgan 










4 


Anthony Hanson 
Corporals 




1 






1 


Ebenr Waldron 










2 


Martin MtGomery 










3 


Charles Stanton 
Drum & Fife 










1 


Bradbury Green 










2 


Ebenr Flitcher 
Privates 










1 


Ezekiel Demery 


1 








2 


James Marden 


1 








3 


John Mc^NIehorn 










4 


William Scott 










5 


John Morgain 










6 


Paul Sanborn 










7 


James Boyes 










8 


Edward Grant 


1 








9 


Zaccheus Dustin 










10 


Joshua Edgerly 










11 


George Fall 


1 








12 


Farror Miller 










13 


Ebenr Mcllvin 










14 


Dani Foster 










15 


Patrick Murphy 










16 


Saml Grant 






Inlisted 


March 11th 1773 


17 


Jona Buzzell 






Do 


16th Do 


18 


Simeon Moulton 






Do 


22d Do 


19 


Jona Godfrey 






Do 


Do DO 


20 


Michael George 











472 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



No 




War 


3 year 


Remarks 


21 


William Dickey 






Died June 13tii 1778 


22 


Sami Foster 






Sick Vally Forge 


23 


Jona George 






Do D. Ware River 


24 


John Job 






Do Yallj^ Forge 


25 


Thos Quint 






on Commd Do 


26 


Jonathan Quinby 






Sick Vally Forge 


27 


Jacob Eussell 






Sick Brunsick 


28 


Thos Wells 






Do Vallv Forge 


29 


Dani W^atson 






on Comd Geni Poor 


30 


William Colby 






left on the Road 


31 


Dani Sullivan 






on Command 


32 


William Palmer 






on Gens Guard 


33 


John Button 






Sick Vally Forge 
Missing 7^^ July 1777. 


34 


Thomas Hamick 














Joind Do 2lst 1778 


35 


William Grant 






left Albany 


36 


James Robinson 






Sick on the Road 


37 


Abraham Senter 






on Comd Albany 


38 


David Johnson 


i 




Sick on the Road 



North Castle July 22d 1778 

Muster'd then Cap* James Carr's Compy as 'Specified in the Above Roll 

F. Green, D. M. M. 

Proof of the Effectives — - 





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Total 


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1 


1 


1 


4 


3 


1 


1 


36 



We do Svpear that the within Roll is the true State of the Compy without 
Fraud to the United States or any Individual according to the best of our 
Knowledge 

Sami Cherry L* 
Geo. P. Frost Ensn 
Sworn before me this 23^1 day of July 1778 
Philip Cortlandt Colo Comat 

[Original owned by Frye brothers, Wilton, N. H.] 



REVOLUTIONAEY DOCUMENTS 



473 



[^Capt. James Norris's Company^ July, 177 8. '\ 

A Muster Koll of Capt Jams Morris's Compy in the 2<i X H Batt" in the 
Service of the U. States Commd by Col. Nathan Hale — 



^ ■■,-,{ April 2d 1777 James Nichols ?A Lieiit 

Commission a I tvt „ „ -.^■~r' ^ ■ \. -\r ^ -i7> ., 

j Novr 8 1776 Josiah Meloon Ens" 



No 




Warr 


3 Ys 


Remarks 




Serjeants 








1 


Elipt Norris 




1 




2 


Jno Sanborn 




1 




3 


Jams Runlett 

Corporals 




1 


Taken 7 July 1777 
Join'd 8 June 1778 


1 


Caleb Clark 




1 




2 


Josiah Calley 




1 


Sick at Pensylvania 


3 


Jno Smith 


1 






4 


Jona Leathers 

Drums & Fifes 




1 




1 


Jona Leavitt 

Privates 




1 


Promoted June 4*^ 


1 


Thos B. Ashton 




1 




2 


Prims Coffin 




1 




3 


Sami Daniels 




1 




4 


Sime° Haines 




1 




5 


W™ Hogg 




i 




6 


Jams ;Norris 




1 




7 


Thos Webster 


1 






8 


Jams Iveniston 




1 




9 


Ebeni" Bean 




1 




10 


W™ Leaver 




1 




11 


Nathi Clark 




1 




12 


Moses Robarts 




1 




13 


Simn Mason 




1 


on Guard 


34 


Truewy Dudley 




1 


Sick prest 


15 


Thos Pace 




1 


Do at Watsesen 


16 


Phins Hodgson 




1 


Do at Do 


17 


Jno Calley 




1 


Do at Pensylvania 


18 


"VVm Haines 




1 


on Comd Albany 



Camp North Castle July 22d 177S Musterd then Cap* Jams Norris's Corny 
as Specified in the above Eoll 

F Green, D, M. M 



474 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

Proof of the Effectives 





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1 


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Absent 








1 




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4 


Total 


1 




1 


1 


3 


4 




1 


18 



I do Swear that the within Muster Roll is a true State of the Com? 
without Fraud to the United States or any Individual according- to the best 
of my knowledge — 

Jams J^iohols Lieut 
Sworn before me 
Camp— July 22d 1778 

Jos Cilley Colo Commd 

[Original owned by Frye brothers, Wilton, X. H.] 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUfilENTS 



475 



\^Capt. Caleb Robinson'' s Company, July, 177S.'] 

Muster Roll of Capt Caleb Robinson's Company in 2d New Hampshire 
Battl in the service of the United States Commanded by Col Nathan 
Hale — 



'' Novemr S^ii 1776 Capt Caleb Robinson. Taken prisoner July 
7th 1777— Join'd June 24tli 1778 
Do First Lieu* Moses Dustin Do 

D" Joind July IS, 1778 
Do Second Lieu* Micah Hoite — on Fui-low — 

Do Ensign Luke Woodbury 



Commission'd < 



No 




War 


3 years 


Remarks 




Serjeants 








1 


Thomas Chellls 


J. 






2 


Samuel Smith 


1 




Joind July Ifith 1773 


3 


William Moore 
Corporals 




1 


Do June 8th Do 


1 


Enos Jewell 




1 




2 


Ebenezer Eastman 
Drum & Fife 




1 


On Guard 


1 


Moses Looge 

Privates 


1 






1 


David Colby 


1 






2 


Moses Blake 




1 




3 


Moses Ferrin 


1 






4 


Joseph Gordon 


1 






5 


Ezekiel Oilman 


1 






6 


Jonathan Green 




1 




7 


Jonathan Hill 


1 






8 


Richard Howe 




1 




9 


Joshua Mitchell 


1 




; 


10 


Sami Norris 


1 






11 


Thoms Rollins 


1 






12 


Saml Willson 


1 






13 


John Ward 


1 






14 


Elkins Moores 




1 




15 


Christo Chellis 




1 




16 


John Kimball 




1 




17 


Thorns Hall 


1 






18 


Isaac Moss 




1 




19 


John Nicholls 


1 






20 


Dennis Bickford 


1 




Joind June 30th 1773 


21 


Jona Stone Dudley 


1 




do 8th ao 


22 


Jona Hopkinson 




1 





476 



K,|;VOLUTIONAE,Y DOCUMENTS 









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Privates 


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Remarks 






1 


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23 


William Leavitt 


1 








Joind June St'i 1778 


24 


Thomas Currier 




1 






Taken July 7tii 1777. Join'd 
June Stli 'l778 


25 


Melcher Ward 


1 








Join'd June 8tii 1778 


26 


Israel Woodbury 




1 






Taken June 17tii 1777 Joind 
June 8tli 1778 


27 


Isaac Mitchell 






1 




Inlisted March 3^ 1778 


28 


Eleazer Ferguson 






1 




do March 7tli 1778 


29 


Joseph Oilman 








1 


Do April 25tU do 


30 


Isaac Wesson 








1 


Do April 1st 1778 


31 


Hart Balch 








1 


Do Do 


32 


Nathan Fish 








1 


Do Do 


33 


Ezekiel Pollard 










Do Feby 15tli 1778 


34 


Thorns Matthews 










Do March lOtli do 


35 


Nathi Tucker 








1 


Do April 15th ^o 


36 


James Stone 








1 


Do do 


37 


John Dimon 










Do Feby gtli 1778 


38 


Elil'ah Pollard 










Do May 19tii do 


39 


Wiilaxd Hunt 








1 


Do April 29tii 1778 Sick 
Vally Forge 


40 


William Woodbury 










Sick at Brunswick 


41 


Israel Hull 










Sick Valley Forge 


42 


James Beal 


1 








Died June 29«i 1778 


43 


Abram Perry 


1 








On Command with Commis- 
sary 


44 


James Young- 










Sick Peeks Kill 


45 


Elisha Smith 










On Command with Commis- 
sary 


46 


Richard Clements 










On Guard 


47 


Henry Barter 


1 








Sick Valley Forge 


48 


John Colby 










Died 


49 


Jacob Morril 


1 








Do June 2d 1778 


50 


Alexander Magoon 










Sick Valley Forge 


51 


James Norris 


1 








On Comm<i Adjt General 


52 


Nathi Eichardson 


1 








Sick Valley Forge 


53 


John Spring 










Do 


54 


Solomon Cole 










Wounded Albany 


55 


Timothy Woodall 


1 








Sick Do 


56 


Noah Mash 










Do do 


57 


John Hilton 


1 








Wounded do 


58 


Edward Eastman 


1 








Sick in Camp 


59 


Eleazer Quinby 










Taken July 7*'' 1777 Joind 
June 8tii'l77S Sick in Jer- 
sey. 


60 


Benjamin Leech 


1 








Inlisted Feby 7tii 177S. Sick 
Brunswick 



REVOLUTION A JIY DOCUMENTS 



477 



No 



61 
62 



63 



Cesar Cloiigh 
John Thomson 

Ebenezer Judkins 



War 



Eemarks 



Inlisted FebJ' 9th Do 
do May 12th 1778. 
Guard 
on Guard 



Camp North Castle July 22^1 1778 

Mustered then Capt Caleb Robinson's Compy as Specified in the above Roll 

F. Green, D. M. M. 



Proof of the Effectives 









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1 




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38 


Absent 






1 






1 


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22 


Total 


1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


2 




1 


GO 



We do swear that the within Roll is a true state of the Company without 
and to the United States or any Individual. According- to the best of our 



frai 
Knowledg-e- 

Sworn before me 

July 22d 1778 

Jo^ Cillev Colo Comnd 



Caleb Robinson Capt 
Moses Dusten 



[Original owned by Frye brothers, Wilton. N. H.] 



478 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



[ Officers of the Third Regiment, July, 1778.~\ 

A Muster Roll of the Field staff & commission'd Officers of the 3d 
Battalion of Xevv Hampshire Forces in the Service of the LTnited States 
commanded by Colonel Alexander Scammell. For the Month of July 1778 



WTien com- 
miss<i 


Officers' Xames 


Rank 


Remarks 


1776 
Xovember 

1777 
September 

1776 

Xovember 

do 

1778 
April 


8 


Alexander Scammell 


Colonel 


Doing Adjt Genls Duty 


19 

S 
S 

1 


Henry Dearborn 

William Weeks 
James Blanchard 

Edmund Chadwick 


Lt Colonel 

Pay ^Master 
Qi" Master 

Surgeon 


Absent by Leave of the 
[Colonel 
On Duty 






1 Company 






1776 
Xovember 

do 
do 
do 


8 

S 
8 
8 


James Gray 

Joseph Huntoon 
Adna Penniman 
Jonathan Cass 

2 Company 


Captain 

1st Lieut 
2d Lieut 
Ensign 


On Furlough by Geni Poor 

Jany 7th for 60 Days 
Wounded & on Furlough 
On Command 


1776 

Xovember 

do 


8 
8 


John Dennett 
Joseph Bojnton 

3 Company 


2'^ Lieut 
Ensign 




1776 
Xovember 

do 
do 
do 


8 

8 
8 
S 


Michael M'Clary 

Andrew^ McQaflPey 
Joseph Hilton 
Dudley L. Chase 

4 Company 


Captain 

1st Lieut 
2d Lieut 
Ensign 


On Furlough by Genl Poor- 
Deci- 3d 1777 for 60 Days 

On Furlough by Dr Potts 
Doing Brigade Qr masters. 
Duty 


1776 










Xovember 
do 
do 
do 


8 
S 
8 
8 


Daniel Livermore 
David McGregore 
Amos Colburn 
Xathan Hoit 


Captain 
lf.t Lieut 
2d Lieiit 
Ensign 


On Command 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



479 



When com 
miss<l 


- 


Officers' Names 


Rank 


Remarks 






5 Company 






1776 
Xovember 

do 
do 


8 

s 

S 


James Wedgwood 

Thomas Simpson 
Nathl Leavitt 

6 Company 


1st Lieut 

2d Lieut 
Ensign 


On Furlough by Gen^ Poor 
Jany 7tii for 60 Days 
On Duty 


1776 

November 

do 


8 
8 


Benjamin Stone 
John Eaton 

7 Company 


Captain 
Ensign 


Dischargd by Geni Wash- 
ington July 31 1778 


1776 

November 

do 


8 
8 


Isaac Frye 
Wm A. Hawkins 

8 Company 


Captain 
1st Lieut 




1777 
May 
November 

do 


4 

8 

S 


William Ellis ' 
Moses Belding 

Benjamin Ellis 


Captain 

l^t Lieut 

2d Lieut 


On Command 

On Furlough by Genl Poor 
January lOth for 70 Days 



White plains Augt 5 1778 Miistered then the Field Staff & Commissioned 
Officers Colo: Scammells Battalion as Specified in the preceeding Roll 

Jacob Jno Lansing D. C. Muster 



480 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 











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1 




1 




1 


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6 





6 


6 



I do certify thnt the within :^^nRte^ Roll is a true State of the Eanlc & 
other Occurrences that have happen'd to the Officer's of the third New 
Hampshire Battalion according- to the best of my Knowledge — 

H. Dearborij L* Colo 



[Original owned by Frye brothers, Wilton, X. H.] 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



481 



[Officers of the Second Regiment, May, 1779.'] 

Muster Roll of the Field Staff & other Commissioned OflScers in the 
second Battallion of Xew Hampshire Forces, of the United States of 
America Commciti by L* Colo Geo: Reid for May 1779 





Officers Names 


Rank 


Remarks 


Field 


George Reid 
Benjamin Titcomb 


Lt Colo 
Major 


Furlough Colo Hazen 
Do Geni Poor 


Staff 


Willm Mdt Bell 
Jeremiah Fogg- 
Joseph Potter 
William Wood 


Adjut 
Pay Mastr 
Qui" master 
Surgn mate 


Do Colo Hazen 
Sick Danbury 


Colo Compy 


George Reid 
Samuel Cherry 
Luke Woodbury 


Capt Lieut 

Lt 


Furlough'd 


Majr Compy 


Benjamin Titcomb 
Micah Holt 
Samuel Adams 


Liut 
Lt 


Furlough'd 

Do Col Hazen 


1st Capt Corny 


Caleb Robinson 
Ebenezer Light 
William Taggart 


Capt 

Lt 
Lt 


Furlough'd Geni Poor 


2 Capt Comy 


James Carr 
George Peppl Frost 
Joshua Merrow 


Capt . 

Lt 

Ensn 


Commd Fish Kill 


3d Capt 


Elijah Clayse 
Joseph Potter 
Caleb Blodget 


Capt 

Lt 

Ens« 




4 Capt 


William Rowell 
Pelatiah Whittemore 
Geo Burnham 


Capt 

Lt 

Ensn 

1 ~ . • T 




5 Capt 


Moses Dustin 
James Nicholes 
Wm Twombly 


Capt 

Lieut 

Ensn 


Furlough'd Colo Hazen 


G Capt 


Jeremiah Fogg 
Noah Robinson 
Thos Chains 


Capt 

Lt 
Ensn 


Do Colo Hazen 



482 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Officers Names 



Rank 



Eemarks 



Capt 



Enoch Chase 
William Mordt Bell 
Dani Gookin 



Lint 
Knsn 



Furloug-h'd Colo Hazen 



Camp at Easton June lltt" 17T9 Then Mustered the above Otficers as 
specilied in the above Ivoll 

N Wade D C M 

Proof of Effectives — 

















































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1 


6 


6 







1 


1 






Absent 


1 


1 


1 




5 


1 








1 


Total 


1 


1 


7 


1 


11 


6 




1 


1 


1 


1 


1 



I do Certify that the within Eoll is the true State of the Officers of the 
Regiment under my Command 

Sworn before me in Camp ) -, ^ r^ ^ r^ ^ 

at Easton this day of June 1779 \ ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^apt Commd 

[Original owned by Frye brothers, Wilton, N. H.] 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



483 



[^Officers of the Third Regiment, October, 1779. '] 

Muster Tfoll of the Field, Staff, and comission'd Oflficers of the 3d New 
Hampr Eeg'- in the service of the United States Comanded by Col Scamell 
for 



Commission'd 


Names 


Eank 


Kemarks 




Novemi" 1776 S 


Alex"" Scammell 


Colonel 


Adjt General 




Sepf 1777 19 


Henry Dearborn 


Lent Colo 


on Furlough Novr 17th 


79. 


do 20 


James Norris 


Major 






May 1778 22 


James Blanchard 


P Master 


at Fish Kill on comd 




do 1 


Joseph Boynton 


Adjutt 






do 1 


Nathan Hoit 


Q Master 


Sick at Easton 


^ 


October 1778 1 


Jacob Hall 


Surcreon 






August do 1 


Isaac Smith 

1 Company 


Mate 






Novr 1776 S 


Alexr Scammell 


Colonel 


Adj General 




July 1779 19 


John Dennett 


Capt Lieut 






May 1 


John Harvey 

2nd company 


Ensign 






SepteT 1779 19 


Henry Dearborn 


Lieu Colo 


on Furlough Novr i^th 


79) 


May 1778 1 


Benjamin Ellis 
3d company 


Lieut 






Septr 1777 20 


James Norris 


Major 






May 1778 1 


Adna Penniman 


Lieut 






Nov^ 1777 14 


Neal McGaffey 
4tii company 


Ensign 






Novr 1776 8 


Daniel Livermore 


Captain 






May 1778 1 


Nathan Hoit 


Lieut & 
Q Master 


Sick at easton 




Aug-ust 1777 4 


Jonathan Cilley 
Stii Companj' 


Ensign 






Novr 1776 8 


Isaac Frye 


Capt 


on comd at Fish kill 




May 1778 1 


Jonathan Cass 
6tii company 


Lieut 






May 1777 4 


William Ellis 


Captain 






May 1778 1 


Joseph Boynton 


Lieut & 
Adjutant 


' 




October 1777 8 


Nathan Weare 


Ensign 







184 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



CorriTnission'd 


Names 


Hank 


Remarks 






7tt' company 






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1778 23 


David McGreg-ore 
James Blanchard 


Captain 
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Sick in the Countrey 
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Bradley Eichards 
8tii company 


Ensign 


on com<i in the Country 


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May 


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Nicholas Oilman 
Dudley L Chase 


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1777 20 


Archibald Stark 
Qtii company 


Ensign 




May 
Deer 


1779 22 
1778 1 


William A Hawkins 
Nathii Leavitt 


Captain 
Lieutenant 


Sick in the Country 
on Furlough 



Nov 22<i 79 then mustred the commissioned Field and Staff officers of 
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I Do certify that the foregoing Muster Roll is a True State of the Rank 
and Occurences that have Happened to Field, Staff & comissioned Officers of 
the 3rd New Hampr Regt for ocfr 1779 

James Norris Major 

[Original owned by Frye brothers, Wilton, N. H.] 



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\_Coloner8 Company/, Third Regiment, April., 1779. '] 

A Muster Roll of Colo Scammells Company in the third Battallion of New 
Hampshire Forces, in the Service of the United States of America Com- 
manded by Alexr Scammell Esq^ for April 1779 



Xov 8tJi 1776 Alexr Scammell Colo on Command as Adj* General. 
Appointed^ Deer 22: 1778 And^ ML'Gatfey Capt Lieut Sick at Hartford 
Dec 22: 1778 Nathan Hoit Lieut 



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April 16 
March S 



March 20 



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April 13 
Do 13 
Do 23 



March 27 



April 26 



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Serjeants 

John Harvey 
Michi Parkes 
Dani Cass 

Drum Major 

Thomas Powell 

Drummer 

Noah Sinkler 

Qr Master Serjeant 

John Jones 

Corporals 

Moses Fellows 
Abra'a Sweatt 
John jSIudget 

Fife Major 

Joshua Thornton 

Fifer 

John Morrison 



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on Furlough March 18/50 



on Guard 



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He man Amy 


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on Dutey 


March 8 


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May 24 


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on Commisrvs Guard 


April 23 


Benj'i Chase 


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on Corny Guard 



on Dutey 

on Dutey 



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Sick at Hartford 



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Do 


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Mar 


27 


James Mason 


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3 Years 


promoted to fifer 1 April 


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David Piper 


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April 


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Do 


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30th 


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Joseph Sanborn 


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Do 


16 


Benjn Sleeper 


1)0 


on furlough march 18 50 
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16 


Peter Smith 


Do 




Do 


20 


Josuah Snow 


Ds warr 


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16 


Enoch Thomas 


3 Years 


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Do 


30 


Benjn Whittier 


Do 




Do 


16 


Xehemiah West 


Do 





tione May 14tii 1779 — Then mustered Colo Alex^ 
[The original is as specified in the above Roll — 

mutilated.] Jacob Jno Lansing Commisy of Muster 



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I do Swear that the foregoing muster Roll is a True State of the Company 
without Fraud to the United State or any Individual — - According to my 
best-Knowlege 

Nathan Holt Lt 
Camp Peeks Kills May 16th 1779 
Sworn before me — - 

John Patten Colo Comdt 

[Original owned by Frye brothers, Wilton, N. H.] 



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Ichobud Perry 
Joseph Rawlings 
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Capt. Nathaniel Hutehins's Company^ July^ 1778.'] 

A Muster Eoll of Captain Nathaniel Hutohins Company in the First 
Battalion New hampshire forces in the Service of the United States Com- 
manded By Colo Joseph Cilley for July 1778 — 



April 3d 1777 Captain Nathaniel Hutchins on Deatchment 
November 8*-ii 1776 1st Leiut Simon Sartweell 
November Sth 1776 2st Leiunt Willam Hutchins 



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Eliphelet Qiiimbey 


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July 8th 1777 


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Samuel Caldwell 


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William Lang 


Do 




April 6th 1777 


Benjm Williams 
Drummer 


Do 


Sick Veley forge 


April 10th 1777 


Samuel Stocker 
Fife 


3 years 


- 


April 10th 1777 


Daniel Creacj- 


3 years 




Inlisted 


Privates 






April 14th 1777 


James Booles 


3 years 




Jenry 10th Do 


Willam Bachelder 


Do 




May 7th Do 


Enos Chelies 


Do 


Sick yalow Spring 


April 25th 1777 


Joshua Church 


Do 




March 1st Do 


Sami Cammet 


Do 


Sick Vely forge 


April 4 1777 


Moses Colby 


3 vears 


Sick yalow Spring 


March 15th Do 


thomus Cammet 


Y) 


Duty"^ 


April 16 Do 


Ephrim Cross 


D" 


Sick in Camp 


April 29 1778 


John Cooper 


Do 




JeniT 18th 1778 


I'jenj"! Collines 


Do 


Sick at Vely forge 


April 12 1778 


Stephen Duston 


3 A-ears 


Sick Do 


April 10th 1778 


James Doud 


Do 


on Command 


Jenry 20 1778 


John Dormon 


Do 


on Comm<i Waggner 


April 4 1777 


James PZdgerly 


Do 


on Command 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



499 



Inlisted 


Privates 


for what 
tearm 


Remarks 


July 


3d 


1777 


thomus Easmon 




Do 


on Command 


febry 


10 


1777 


John Flanders 


3 


j-ears 


on Command 


feby 


20 


1777 


Jacob Flanders 






on Command 


April 


17 


Do 


P^lijah fairfleld 




D'> 


on Command 


Jiilv 


gth 


177S 


William frankford 








April 


17 


1777 


thomus Gorge 




Do 




Janry 


Id 


1777 


Anthony GiJmon 


3 


years 




April 


21 


Do 


Charles Greenfield 




Do 




April 


6 


D 


\\Hliam Hodgskins 




Do 




July 


o 


D 


Enouch Hoit 




Do 




April 


1st 


1777 


James Hutchins 






Lame at Weare 


April 


10th 


1777 


Jonatha Judkins 


3 


years 


on Duty 


febiy 


4th 1777 


Stephen Lord 




Do 




Nov™ 


25 


1776 


John Laraby 




Do 


under Guard 


Xovbm 


24 


1776 


Reuben Robards 




Do 


Sick at Princetown 


March 


oist 


1777 


thomus Severance 


3 


years 




April 


16 


Do 


John Sweet 




Do 




April 


10th 


Do 


David Smith 




Do 


Sick at yalow Springs 


April 


7th 


Do 


Elijah Smart 




Do 


Sick Do 


April 


7th 


Do 


Caleb Smart 




Do 


Sick Do 


April 


4th 


Do 


Jonathan Stevens 




Do 


Sick at Princetown 


April 


16 


Do 


Benjm Sweet 




Do 




April 


5th 


Do 


David Sheror 




Do 


on Command 


April 


4th 


Do 


Jonathan Sawer 




Do 




Nov«n 


24th 


1776 


Joseph Sanborn 




Do 




]S[OA-m 


24 


1776 


Henery Thompson 


3 


years 


under Guard 


May 


5th 


1777 


Ezra turner 




Do 


Sick Yeley forge 


JIarcli 


7th 


Do 


Jonathii Webster 




Do 


Sick at fish kills 


febry 


2<1 


177S 


thomus Jemeson 


2 


years 


on Command 


April 


27 


1778 


Moses Sanborn 


1 


years 


on Command 


April 


27 


1778 


Ephrim Serjent 


1 


3'ears 


Sick at Princetown 


April 


27 


1778 


William Powell 




Do 




April 


27 


1778 


Samuel Rowel 




Do 




April 


27 


1778 


Asa Heath 


9 


Months 





White plains Aug* 5 1778 Musterd then Captains Nathaniel Hutchins 
Company as Specifide in the Above Roll 

Jacob Jno Lansing D. C. Muster 



500 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



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Total 


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1 


1 




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4 


1 


1 


48 



We do Swear thatt the Within Muster Roll is A triie State of the Com- 
pany Without Fraud to the United States or to Anj- Individual Acording 
to our Bast Knowledge 

Simon Sartwell Liuet 
Sworn Before me in Camp White Plaines 
this lltii Day of august 1778 
IMoses Hazen Col: 

commands Geni Poor's Brigade 



[Original in possession of the New Hampshire Historical Society.] 



EEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



501 



\_Capt. Nathaniel Hutchins's Company, August, 1778.'] 

A Muster Roll of Captin Nathanel Hutchins Company in the first Bat- 
talion In New Hapshire forces In the Sarvice of the united States Com- 
manded By Colo Joseph Cilley for August In the year 1778 



April 3 1777 Captain Nathaniel Hiitchins 
November S 1776 Liu* Simon Sartwell 
November 8 1776 Liu' Willaim Hutchin on Duty 



Commisned 



Appointed 




for what 
tarm 


Remarks 




Sarjant 






April 5 1777 


Eliphlet Quinby 


3 years 


on Command 


July 8 1777 


Gilbert Caswell 


D" 




July 3 1777 


Samuel Coldwell 


Da 


on Command with wagoner 


Jenry 21 1778 


Amos Barns 
Copril 


Do 




April 6 1777 


John Chadwick 






April 8 1777 


John thing- Connor 






feb^y 18 1777 


Willam lang" 






April 6 1777 


Benjm Williams 
Drummer 






April 10 1777 


Samuel Stocker 
fifer 


3 years 




April 10 1777 


Daniel Creasey 






Inlisted 


Privets 






April 14 1777 


James Boles 


3 year 




JanTy 10 1777 


Willam Bacheldor 


bo 




may 7 1777 


Enos Chillis 


Do 


Sick at Pensylvana 


]\Iarch 1st 1777 


Samuel Cammet 


Do 


Sick at Pensylvana 


April 4 1777 


Moses Colby 


3 year 


at wagenor 


Maiich 5 Do 


thomas Cammet 


bo 




April IGth Do 


Epraim Cross 


Do 


Sick in Camp 


April 25 1777 


Joshaiia Church 


Do 




April 27 1778 


John Cooper 


Df 




April ]2tii 1778 


Stephen Dutin 


3 years 




April 10 177S 


James Doud 







502 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Inli 


sted 


Privets 


for what 
farm 


Remarks 


Jani-y 


20 1778 


John Dormon 


3 years 




April 


14th 1777 


James Edgley 


"Do 




July 


3 1777 


thomas Estman 


D«J 


Sick in Camp 


febry 


10 1777 


John flandors 


3 years 


Sick in Camp 


febo- 


20 1777 


Jocob flandors 






April 


17 Do 


Elijah farfield 


3 3'ears 




July 


9 1778 


William frankford 




on Dutey 


April 


17 1777 


thomas George 


3 years 




TSTovem 


1 1777 


Antonj^ g-ilman 


3 years 


on Command 


April 


21 1777 


Chales grenfield 


3 years 


on Dutey 


April 


6 1777 


William Hodgkins 


Do 




July 


3 1777 


Enoch Hoyt 




Sick in Camp 


April 


1 1777 


James Hutchins 




Lame to wair 


April 


10 1777 


Jonathan Jndgkins 


3 years 




febi-y 


4 1777 


Stephen Lord 


Do 




Nov™ 


25 Do 


John Larahee 


Do 


On fulough by geni Poor 


Novm 


24 Do 


Euben Koberds 


Do 


Sick at Prinstowu 


March 


21 Do 


thomas Sarvents 


Do 




April 


16th 1777 


John Swet 


3 years 




April 


10 Do 


David Smith 


Do 


Sick at Pensylvana 


April 


7 Do 


Elijah Smart 


Do 


Sick Do 


April 


7 Do 


Caleb Smart 


Do 


on Dutey 


April 


4 Do 


Jonathan Stephens 


Do 


Sick at Prinstown 


April 


16 1777 


Begeman Sweet 


3 years 




April 


6 Do 


David Shaer 


Do 


Sick in Camp 


April 


4 D 


Jonathan Soyer 


Do 




Novem 


24 1776 


Joseph Sanborn 


Do 


a waggoner 


NovM 


24 1776 ' Henery thompson 






]May 


o 1777 j Ezra turner 


3 years 


Sick at Pensylvana 


March 


7 Do 


Jonathan webstor 


Do 


Sick at fishkils 


febry 


2 1778 


thomas Jameson 


2 years 




April 


27 Do 


Moses Sanborn 


1 years 


Tn the Lighinfentre 


April 


27 Do 


Ephraim Sarjent 


"do 


Sick at Prinstown 


April 


27 Do 


William Powel 


1 years 


In the Light infentrey 


A pri 1 


27 Do 


Samnel Eowel 


"do 




April 


27 D 


Asa Heath 


9 monts 


In the Light inventrey 


febry 


14 Do 


George Hogg 


2 years 


Disarted April ye 10 


Jenry 


18 Do 


Begeman Collins 


3 years 


Dead 



White plains Sept i 1773 Musterd then Capt Nathaniel Hutchins Com- 
pany as Specified in the Above Roll 

Jacob Jno Lansing D. C. Muster 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

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1 


1 






2 


1 


1 


4 


22 


Absent 






1 




2 








25 


totel 


1 


1 


1 




4 


1 


1 


4 


47 



We do Swear that the within muter Eoole is a true State of the Com- 
pany without fraud to the United Stats or to any Individeal aeording to 
the Best of Knowledge — 

Natha^ Hutchins Cap* 
Sworne Before me in Camp White plans 
this 3d Day of September 1778 

Enoch Poor B Genl 



[Original in possession of the New Hampshire Historical Society.] 



504 



REVOLUTIONAPwY DOCUMENTS 



[Capt. Nathaniel Hutchins' s Company, October, 1778.'] 

A Muster Roll of Capt Nathaniel Hutchins^ Company in the first Battalion 
of New Hampshire Forses In the Service of the United States Commanded 
by Colo Josejjh Cilley for October 1778 



April 3d 1777 Cap* Nathaniel Hutchins 

Novemr 8th 1776 Lieut Simon Sartwell Sick at Newton 

Novemr 8th 1775 Lieut William Hutchins 

on furlough by Octr 30th for 70 days 



Commissioned 



appointed 




for what 
time 


Remarks 






Serjeants 






April 


5 1777 


Eliphelate Quimby 


3 years 




July 


8 1777 


Gilbert Caswell 


Do 


Sick in Camp 


July 


:i<i 177T 


Sami Caldwell 


Do 




Jariy 


21 1778 


Amos Barns 

Corprals 


2 years 




April 


6 1777 


John Chadwiok 


3 years 


[smith 


Do 


8 Do 


John thing Connor 


Do 


on Comd with the Black- 


febuy 


18 Do 


William Lang 


Do 


on the Gen' Guard 


April 


6 Do 


Benjn W^illiams 
Drumer 


Do 




April 


10 1777 


Saml Stocker 
fifer 


3 years 




April 


10 1777 


Daniel Creasy 


3 years 




Inl 


sted 


Privates 






April 


14 1777 


Jams Boles 


3 years 


on Comd at Newtown 


Jany 


10 Do 


Willi™ Bachelor 


Do 


[Bridge 


May 


7 Do 


Enos Chelis 


Do 




March 


1 Do 


Sami Cammet 


Do 




April 


4 Do 


^foses Colby 


Do 


On Comti Wagoner 


April 


16 Do 


thoms Cammet 


Do 




Do 


25 Do 


Ephriem Cross 


Do 


Sick at hospital 


Do 


27 Do 


Joshua Church 


Do 






-:<- 


* 


* 


[Mutilated] 


April 


10 1777 


Jonathn Judkins 


3 years 





HEVOLUTIONAKY DOCUMENTS 



505 



Inlisted 


Privets 


for what 
time 


Remarks 


feby 


4 


Do 


Stephen Lord 


Do 




Novr 


25 


1776 


John Larrabee 


Do 


on furlough by Geni Poor 


Do 


24 


Do 


Ruben Robards 


Do 




March 


21 


1777 


thorns Severance 


Do 




April 


16 


Do 


John Sweet 


Do 


« 


]> 


7 


Do 


Elijah Smart 


Do 


Sick at Valey forge 


Do 


7 


Do 


Caleb Smart 


Do 


On the Comisareys Guard 


Do 


1 


Do 


Jonathn Stephens 


Do 


Sick at Princeton 


1)0 


16 


Do 


Benjn Sweet 


Do 




Do 


6 


Do 


James Sheror 


Do 




Do 


4 


Do 


Jonathn Sawer 


Do 




Nov 


24 


1776 


Joseph Sanburn 


Do 


On command, Waggoner 


Do 


24 


Do 


Henery thompson 




on Comisareys Guard 


March 


5 


1777 


Ezra turner 


3 years 




Do 


7 


Do 


Jonathn Webster 


Do 


on Guard 


feby 


2 


177S 


Thoms Jemeson 


2 years 




April 


27 


Do 


Moses Sanburn 


1 year 


On Commd in L. Infantry 


Do 


27 


Do 


Ephriem Serjent 


Do 


Sick at Princeton 


Do 


27 


Do 


Willim Powel 


Do 


On Commd in L. Infantry 


Do 


27 


Do 


Sami Rowel 


Do 


On command in artiliry 


Do 


27 


Do 


Asa Heath 


9 Months 


On Commd in L. Infantry 



[Mutilated] 
the above Roll 



ter'd then Capt. Nathi Hutchins' Compy as specified in 

H: Sewall D. C. M. 



506 



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Absent 




1 


1 




2 


2 






19 


Total 


1 


1 


1 





4 


4 


1 


1 


45 



We do Swear that the within Muster Roll is A true State of the Com- 
pany Without fraud To the united States or to any Individuals Acording 
to our best knowledge 

Nathal Hutchins Capt 
Sworn Before me in Camp Heartford 
This 7th of November 1778 

Moses Hazen Col: 

Commie Geni Poor's Brigade 



[Original in possession of the New Hampshire Historical Society.] 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 607 

\^Capt. Nathaniel Hutcliins's Company, November, 1778.'] 

A Muster Roll of Captain Nathaniel Hntchinss Company in the first Bat- 
talion New Hampshire Forces In the Service of the United States Com- 
manded by Colo Jos Cilley for November 1778 



r April 3d 1777 Capt Nathaniel Hutchins Sick at Hartford 
I Novemr 8 1776 Leiut Simon Sartwell on furlough by Genl 
Commissioned -^ Poor Nov IQtii for 60 Days 

Novemr 8 1776 Leiut William Hutchins on furlough by Genl 
L Poor Octr 30tii for 70 Ds 



appointed 




for what 
time 


Remarks 






Serjeants 






April 


5 1777 


Eliphelat Quimby 


3 vears 




Julv 


8 


Gilbert Caswell 


"do 




Do 


3d 


Samuel Caldwell 


Do 




Jany 


21 


Amos Barns 

Corprals 


2 year 




April 


6 1777 


John Chadwick 


3 years 




Do 


8 Do 


John thing Connor 


*Do 


on Comd Blackmith 


feb^ 


18 Do 


William Lang 


Do 




April 


6 Do 


Benjm Williams 
Drummer 


Do 


on Guard 


April 


10 


Samuel Stocker 
Fifer 


3 years 


Sick at hartford 


April 


10 1777 


Daniel Creasy 


3 years 




Inlisted 


Privates 






April 


14 1777 


James Boles 


3 years 




Jany 


10 Do 


William Bacheldor 


Do 




May 


7 Do 


Enos Chelis 


Do 




March 


1 ])o 


Sam" Cammet 


Do 




April 


4 Do 


Moses Colby 


Do 


Sick in Camp 


April 


16 Do 


Thomas Cammet 


Do 




Do 


25 Do 


Ephriem Cross 


Do 


Sick at Hospital 


Do 


27 Do 


Joshua Church 


Do 




Do 


12 177S 


John Cooper 


Do 




Do 


10 Do 


Stephen Dusten 


Do 





508 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



App 


ointed 


April 


5 1778 


Jany 


20 Do 


April 


14 1777 


Julv 


3d Do 


feb.v 


10 Do 


febry 


20 Do 


April 


17 Do 


Julv 


9 1778 


April 


17 1777 


Jany 


1 Do 


April 


21 Do 


Do 


6 Do 


Julv 


3d Do 


April 


11 1777 


feby 


4 Do 


Xov' 


25 1776 


T)o 


24 Do 


March 


21 1777 


April 


16 Do 


Do 


7 Do 


Do 


7 Do 


Do 


4 Do 


Do 


16 Do 


Do 


6 Do 


Do 


4 Do 


Novr 


22 1776 


Do 


22 Do 


!March 


5 1777 


Do 


7 Do 


feby 


2d 1773 


April 


27 Do 


Do 


27 Do 


Do 


27 Do 


Do 


27 Do 


Do 


27 Do 



Privates 



James Doud 
John Dormon 
James Edg^erly 
Thomas Easmon 
John flanders 
Jacob Flanders 
Elijah fairfield 
William frankford 
Thomas George 
Anthony Gilmon 
Charles Greenfield 
William Hodgskins 
Enouch Hoit 
Jonathan Judkins 
Stephen Lord 
John Larrabee 
Ruben Eobards 
Thomas Severance 
John Sweet 
Elijah Smart 
Caleb Smart 
Jonathn Sevens 
Benjan Sweet 
James Sheror 
Jonathn Sawer 
Joseph Sanburn 
Henery Thompson 
Ezra Turner 
Jonath° Webster 
Thomas Jemison 
Moses Sanburn 
Ephriem Serjent 
William Powel 
Samuel Eowel 
Asa Heath 



for what 
time 



3 years 
Do 
Do 
Do 

3 years 

3 vears 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
3 year 

Do 

Do 

D-' 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 

3 vears 

Do 

2 years 

1 year 

bo 

Do 

Do 

9 Months 



Remarks 



Wating on Genl Poor 



Sick in Camp 
on Guard 



Tending Sick 
on Guard 

Sick Hartford Novr lOth 



Sick at Valey forge June 18 
Sick Princeton July 1st 

Sick at hartford Novr iQth 

Sick at Hartford Nov IQt^ 

on Comd at Danbury 



Deeemr 2lst 177S. Mustered then Capt NatW Hutchins Company as Spaci- 
fied in the Above Roll 

Lewis Woodruff D. C. M 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 

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1 






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Total 


1 


1 


1 




4 


4 


1 


1 


45 



We Do Swear that the within Muster Eoll is A true State of the Company 
Without fraud to the United States or to any Individual Acording" to our 
Knowledge 

Sami Caldwell 
I do Certify that the within Muster Koll is just & true according to va.\ 
best Knowledge 

W™ Scott Capt Commanding- 
Colo Cilleys Eegt 

[Orig-inal in possession of the New Hampshire Historical Soeiet3\] 



610 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



[ Capt. Nathaniel Hutcliins's Company, January, 1779.'] 

A Muster Eoll of Cap* Nathaniel Hutchins^ Commpany in the First Bat- 
talion of New Hampshire Forces In the Service of the United States Com- 
manded by Colo Joseph Cilley Taken for January 1779 



. , ( \pril 3d 1777 Captain Nathaniel Hutchins Sick at Hartford 
Appomted | ^^^^ g^^ ^^r.Q ^jg^^ Daniel Clap 



Appointed 




April 5 1777 
July Sd Do 
Jan? 21 1778 



April 
April 

April 



6 177^ 
8 Do 

6 Do 



April 10 r, 



April 10 1777 Daniel Creesy 



Serjeants 

Eliphelat Quimby 
Sami Caldwell 
Amos Barns 

Corprals 

John Chadwick 
John thing Connor 

Eenjn Williams 

Drumer 

Sami Stocker 

Fifer 



Inlisted 



April 

JanJ 

May 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

July 

FebJ 



14 1777 

10 Do 

7 Do 

1 Do 

4 Do 

16 Do 

27 Do 

12 1778 

10, 177S 

14 1777 
3d D" 
10 Do 



Privats 

James Boles 
Willi™ Bacheldor 
Enos Chels 
Saml Camet 
Moses Colby 
Thos Cammet 
Joshua Church 
John Cooper 
Stephen Dusten 
James Doud 
James Edgerly 
Thos Easmon 
John Flanders 



3 Years 

Do 
2 Y'ears 



3 year 
Do 



Do 



3 j-ears 



3 years 



3 year 
bo 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 

3 years 
Do 
Do 



Remarks 



on Duty 

on Furlough by Genl Poor 
[Deer 22 40 days 
on Duty 



Sick at Hartford 



en Furlough by Geni poor 
[Dec" 22 40 Days 
on Comd at Stanford 
on Duty 



Sick in Camp 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



511 



Inlisted 


Privats 


for what 
time 


Remarks 






Jacob Flanders 




on Comd at Danbry 


April 27 


Do 


Elijah Fairfield 
Willi'n Frankford 


Do 




April 17 


Do 


Thos George 


Do 


on Furloug-h by Genl Poor 


Jany 1st 


Do 


Anthony Gilmon 


Do 


[Deer 22 40 Days 


April 1 


Do 


Charles Greenfield 


Do 




April 6 




Willim Hodgskins 




On Command at Hartford 


July 3tl 


1777 


Enoch Hoyt 


3 year 




April 11 


Do 


Jona^i Judkins 


Do 




Feby 4 


Do 


Stephen Lord 


Do 


Sick at Hartford Nov 10^' 


Novr 25 


1776 


John Larrabee 


Do 




April 16 


1777 


John Sweet 


Do 




April 7 


Do 


Elijah Smart 


Do 


Sick at Valey forge 


April 7 


Do 


Caleb Smart 


D 




April 4 


Do 


Jonan Stephens 


Do 


Sick at Princeton 


April 16 


Do 


Benjn Sweet 


Do 


on Duty 


April 6 


D 


James Sheror 


Do 


Sick in Camp 


April 4 


Do 


Jona^i Sawer 


Do 


Sick at Hartford Novr lo 


Novr 22rt 


Do 


Joseph Sambnrn 
Henry Thompson 


Do 


on Comd fairfield 


March 5 


D 


Ezra Turner 


Do 


on Duty 


March 7 


Do 


Jonathan Webster 


Do 




Feby 2d 


1778 


Thos Jemeson 


2 years 




April 27 


Do 


Mosses Sambnrn 


1 Year 


on Duty 


April 27 


Do 


Ephriem Serjent 


Do 




April 27 


Do 


Willim Powel 


Do 




April 27 


Do 


Samuel Eowel 


Do 




April 27 


D 


Asa Heath 


9 Months 


Discharg-d Jan? 31 



Feby 4 1779 Mustered then Capt Hutchins Co as specefied in the Above Roll 

Jacob Jno Lansing Comm^y Muster 



512 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 
Proof of the Effective 





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03 


h3 


•f-H 




'J-. 

c 

a; 


to 

O 
O 


c 

E 






Presant 




1 






3 






1 


24 


Absent 


1 










3 


1 




16 


Total 


1 


1 






3 


3 


1 


1 


40 



I Do Swear that the Within Muster Roll is A true State of the Company 
without Fraud to the United States or Any Individual Acording to the Best 
of my Knowledff 

Saml Caldwell Serjt 

I do Certify that the within Roll is just 
& true according- to my best Knowledge 
Wm Scott Majr 

[Original in possession of the New Hampshire Historical Society.] 



EEVOLUTIONAKY DOCUMENTS 



513 



[^Capt. JVathajiiel Hutchins's Company, February, 1779.'] 

A Muster Eoll of Capt Nathi Hutchinss Company in the First Battalion of 
New Hampshire forces in the Service of the United States Commanded by 
Colo Joseph Cilley taken for Feby 1779 



Appoin+.pH 5 April 3d 1777 Capt Na 


thlHutchins 


Sick at Hartford 




I Novr 8. 1776 Lieut Daniel Clap on 


Comd at New London 


Appointed 




for what 
time 


Remarks 






Serjeants 






April 


5 1777 


Eliphelat Quimby 


3 year 




July 


3d Do 


Sami Caldwell 


Do 




Jan? 


21 1778 


Amos Barns 

Corprals 


2 year 


on Comd at New London 


April 


6 1777 


Jno Chadwick 


3 year 


on Duty 


Do 


8 Do 


John thing- Connor 


Do 


on furlough by Gi Poor 
[Deer 22d 40 Ds 


Do 


6 Do 


Benjn Williams 
Drummer 


Do 


on Comd at Norfolk 


April 


10 1777 


Saml Stocker 
Fifer 


3 year 


Sick at Hartford 


April 


10 


Daniel Creesy 






In] 


sted 


Privates 






April 


14 1777 


James Boles 


Do 


on Comd at New London 


Jany 


10 Do 


Willim Bacheldor 


Do 


on Duty 


May 


7 Do 


Enos Chelis 


Do 


on Comd at New London 


March 


1 Do 


Saml Cammet 


Do 


on Comd at Stanford 


April 


4 Do 


Moses Colby 


Do 




April 


16 Do 


Thos Cammet 


Do 




Do 


27 Do 


Joshua Church 


Do 




Do 


12 Do 


John Cooper 


Do 




Do 


10 1778 


Stephen Dusten 
James Doude 


Do 


on Duty 
on Duty 


April 


14 1777 


James Edg-erly 


Do 


on Comd at New London 


July 


3d Do 


Thos Eastmon 


Do 


on Comd Norfolk 


Feb? 


10 Do 


John Flanders 


Do 





514 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Inlisted 


Privates 


for what 
time 


Remarks 








Jacob Flanders 


3 year 




April 


21 


Do 


Elijah Fairfield 
Wiilim Frankford 


'Do 


on Comd at Stanford 
on Comd at Stanford 


April 


17 


Do 


Thos George 


Do 


on Furlough by Gi Poor 
[Deer 22d 40 Ds 


JanJ' 


1 


Do 


Anthony Gilmon 


Do 


on Comd at New London 


April 


1 


Do 


Charles Greenfield 


Do 


on Comd at New London 


Do 


6 


Do 


Willim Hodgskins 


Do 


on Comd at Hartford 


Janr 


1st 


177S 


George Hogg 


2 year 


Returnd from Disartion 


July 


3d 


1777 


Enoch Hoyt 


3 year 


[joind Febry leth 


April 


11 


Do 


Jonan Judkins 


TJo 




Feby 


4 


1777 


Stephen Lord 


Do 


Sick at Hartford Nov 10 


Xovr 


25 


1776 


John Larrabee 


Do 


on Duty 


April 


16 


1777 


John Sweet 


Do 


on Comd at Norfolk 


Do 


7 


Do 


Elijah Smart 


Do 


Sick at Valey forge 


Do 


7 


Do 


Caleb Smart 


Do 


on Comd Norfolk 


Do 


4 


Do 


Jonan Stevens 


Do 


Sick at Princetown 


Do 


16 


Do 


Benjn SAveet 


Do 




Do 


6 


Do 


James Sheror 


Do 


on Comd at Norfolk 


Do 


4 


Do 


Jonan Sawyer 


Do 


Sick at Hartford Novr 10 


Xovr 


22<1 


1776 


Joseph Samburn 
Hernery Thompson 


Do 


on Comd at Norfolk 
on Comd at Fairfield 


March 


5 


Do 


Ezra Turner 


Do 


on Duty 


March 


7 




Jonai Webster 


Do 


on Comd at Norfolk 


Feby 


2d 


177S 


Thos Jemeson 


2 years 


on Duty 


April 


27 


Do 


Moses Sanburn 


1 year 




Do 


27 


Do 


Ephriem Serjent 


bo 


on Comd at Norfolk 


Do 


27 


Do 


Willim Powel 


Do 


on Comd at Stanford 


Do 


27 


Do 


Sami Rowel 


Do 


on Comd at Norfolk 



March 7, 1779 Mustered then Capt Nathi Hutchinss Co as Specefyed in the 
above Roll 

Jacob Jno Lansing Commy Muster 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



515 



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H 


a: 


c 


fi 


E 


- 


Presant 










2 






1 


10 


Absent 


1 


1 






1 


3 


1 




30 


Total 


1 


1 






3 


3 


1 


1 


40 



I Do Swear that the within Muster Eoll is A True State of the Company 
without Fraud to the United States or Any Individual Acording- to the Best 
of my Knowledge 

Samuel Caldwell Serjt 

I do Certify that the within Poll is Just 
and true Acording- to mj'' Best Knowledge 



[Original in possession of the New Hampshire Historical Societj-.] 



516 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



[^Capt. Nathaniel Hutchins's Company, March, 1779.] 

A Muster Roll of Capt Xathi Hutchins Companj' in the first Battalion of 
New Hampshire Forces in the Service of the United States Commanded by 
Colo Joseph Cilley Taken for March 1779 



» • X J S April 3d 1777 Cap* Nathaniel Hutchins Sick at Hartford — 
Appointed J ^^^., ^ 



i-r sth 1776 Lieu* Daniel Clapp 











for what 




Appointed 




Term 


Remarks 








Serjeants 




[March 18th 50 Days 








Eliphelat Quimby 




on Furlough by Colo Hazen 


Julv 


3d 


1777 


Samuel Caldwell 


3 Years 


on Furlough by Colo Hazen 


Janry 


2lst 


1778 


Amos Barnes 
Corporals 


2 Years 


[march ISth 50 Days 


April 


6th 


1777 


John Chadwick 


3 Years 




Do 


Sth 


Do 


John thinp^ Conner 


Do 


on Comd with Blacksmith 


Do 


6th 


Do 


Benj" Williams 
Drum 


Do 




April 


10th 


1777 


Samuel Stocker 
Fife 


3 Years 


Sick at Hartford 


April 


lOth 


1777 


Daniel Creecy 


Do 


on Comnd with Capt Wate 


Inlisted 


Privates 






Apl 


14th 


1777 


James Boles 


do 


Contind 


Jany 


10th 


do 


William Bachelor 
Enos Chelles 


do 




ISrarch 1st 


1777 


Sami Cammet 


do 




Apl 


4 


do 


Moses Colby 


do 




Apl 


16 


do 


Thomas Cammet 


do 


[wat 


Do 


27 


do 


Joshua Church 
John Cooper 

Stephen Duston 

James Doude 


do 


on Command with Capt 
on Furlough by Colo Hazen 
[march 18. 50 Days 
on Furlough by Colo Hazen 
[march IStii 4 
on Duty 


Apl 


14 


1777 


James Edgley 


do 




July 


3 


do 


Thos Easmon 


do 


[march IS 50 Days 


Feby 


10 


do 


John Flanders 


do 


on furlough by Colo Hazen 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



617 



Inlisted 


Privates 


for what 
Term 


Eemarks 








Jacob Flanders 




on Furlough by Colo Hazen 
[march 18 50 Days 


Api 


27 


do 


Elijah Fairfield 
William Frankford 


3 Years 


on Duty 
on Duty 


Apl 


17 


do 


Thos George 
Anthony Oilman 


do 


on Furlough by G Poor 
[from Decemb. 22 40 Days 


A pi 


iBt 


do 


Charles Greenfield 


do 


on Duty 


Do 


6 


do 


William Hodgskins 


do 




July 


3rd 


1777 


Enoch Hoyt 


3 Years 




Apl 


list 


do 


Jon-1 Judkins 


do 




Feby 


4 


do 


Stephen Lord 


do 


Sick at Hartford Xovr lo 


Xovr 


25 


1776 


John Larrabee 


do 


on Comnd With Cap* Wate 


Apl 


16 


1777 


John Sweet 


do 




Apl 


7 


do 


Elijah Smart 


do 


Sick at Valuey Forge 


Do 


7 


do 


Caleb Smart 


d-> 




Do 


4 


do 


Jon^ Stevens 


do 


Sick at Prince Town 


Do 


16 


do 


Benja Sweet 


do 


on Comnd with Cap* Watc 


D(^ 


6 


do 


James Sherror 


do 




do 


4 


do 


Jona Sawyer 


do 


Sick at Hartford Xovr m 


Xovr 


22 


1776 


Joseph Sanborn 


do 










Henry Thompson 


do 


on Comnd With Cap* Wate 


March 


5 


1777 


Ezra Turner 


do 


on duty 


do 


7 


do 


Jona Webster 


do 




Feby 


2 


1778 


Tho^ Jimeson 


2 years 


on Duty 


Apl 


27 


do 


Moses Sanbourn 


1 do 


on Comnd with Capt Wate 


Do 


27 


do 


Ephraim Serjeant 


Do 




Do 


27 


do 


William Powel 


. do 




Do 


27 


do 


Saml Kowell 


do 




Jany 


1 


do 


George Hogg 


2 years 


Deserted March IQth 



April 1st 1779 Mustered then Capt Hutchins Co as Spacefied in the Above 
Koll 

Jacob Jno Lansing Commy of Muster 



518 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Proof of the Effective 









p 


be 




o 


a; 

g 






Present 




1 






1 


2 




1 


19 


Absent 










2 


1 


1 


21 


Total 


1 


1 






3 


3 


1 


1 


40 



I Do Swere that the ^Mthin Muster Poll is A Trew State of the Company 
Without Fraud To the United States or Any Individuel According to the 
Best of my Knowledge 

Daniel Clap Lt 
Sworn before me at Camp Aprill 5^^ 1779 
H. Dearborn L* Colo 
Commanding G. Poors Brigade 

[Original in possession of the New Hampshire Historical Society.] 



IIEVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



519 



\_Capt. Nathaniel Hutcliins' s Company, April to June, 1779.'] 

A Muster Eoll of Captain Hutcliins Company in the First Battalion of 
New Hampshire Forces in the Service of the United States Commanded by 
Colo Joseph Cilley for April May & June 1779 



Appointed 



3d 1777 Captn Nathaniel Hutchins 
8 1776 Lt Daniel Clapp 



r April 

< Novr ^ ^.,„ ^. j^.,,,^^^ v^icj^p 
L Septr 20 1777 Ensn Joseph Mills 



Appointed 




for what 


Eemarks 








Term 








Serjeants 




' 






Eliphelat Quimby 






July 


Sd 1777 


Samuel Caldwell 


3 Years 


Promoted to Serjt Major 


Janrr 


2lst 177S 


Amos Barnes 
Corporals 


2 Years 


[June 23d 


April 


6 1777 


John Chadwick 


3 Years 




Do 


8 do 


John thinff Conner 


do 


on Duty 


Do 


6 do 


Benjn Williams 
Drum 


d^» 




April 


10 1777 


Samuel Stocker 
Fife 


3 Years 




April 


10 do 


Daniel Creecy 


do 




Tnl 


isted 


Privates 






April 


14 1777 


James Boles 


do 


on Duty 


Jann- 


10 do 


Willm Bachelor 
Enos Chellis 


do 


Do 


March 


It do 


Samuel Cammett 


do 




April 


4 do 


Moses Colby 


do 




April 


16 do 


Thomas Cammett 


do 




April 


27 do 


Josua Church 
John Cooper 
Stephen Dusten 
James Doud 


do 


on Duty 


April 


14 do 


James Edg'erly 


d' 




July 


3d do 


Thomas Easman 


do 


[March IS for 50 Days 


Febry 


10 do 


John Flanders 
Jacob Flanders 


do 


on furlough by Colo Hazen 
Do 



520 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Inlisted 


Privates 


for what 
Term 


Kemarks 


April 


27 


do 


Elijah Fairfield 


3 Years 


on Duty 


April 


17 


do 


Thos George 
Antona Oilman 


do 


on furlough by Gen^ Poor 
[Deer 22d for 40 Days 


April 


1st 


do 


Charles Greenfield 


do 




April 


6 


do 


Willm Hodgkins 


do 




July 


3 


do 


Enoch Hciyt 


do 




April 


11th 


do 


Jonathan Judkins 


do 




June 


8th 


1779 


Michel Lyons 


During war 




Novr 


25 


1776 


John Larabee 


3 Y'ears 




Febry 


4 


1777 


Stephen Lord 


do 




April 


12 


177'J 


Thomas Perry 


during war 




May 


2 


1779 


Colborn Parker 


do 




April 


16 


1777 


John Sweet 


3 Y'ears 




Do 


7 


do 


Elijah Smart 


do 


Sick at Valley Forge 


Do 


7 


do 


Caleb Smart 


do 




Do 


4 


do 


Jonathan Stevens 


do 


Sick at Prince Town 


Do 


16 


do 


Benjn Sweet 


do 


on Duty 


Do 


6 


do 


James Shearor 


do 




Do 


4 


do 


Jonathan Sawyer 


do 


Sick at Hartford 


Nov 


22 


1776 


Joseph Samburn 
Henry Thompson 


do 


on Duty 


March 


5 


1777 


Ezra Turner 
Jonathan Webster 


do 




Febry 


2 


177S 


Thomas Jemerson 
Willm Frankford 


2 Y>ar 


Dead April 17th 1779 


April 


27 


1778 


Moses Samburn 


1 Y^'ear 


Dischargd April 27 1779 


Do 


27 


do 


Ephraim Serjeant 


do 


Do Do 


Do 


27 


do 


Willm Powell 


do 


Do Do 


Do 


27 


do 


Samuel Powell 


do 


Do Do 


May 


Sth 


1779 


Broad Street Mason 


During war 





June 30th 1779 Mustered then Captn Hutchins Compy as Specified in the 
Above Poll 

Nehh Wade D. C. M. 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



521 



Proof of the Effectives 













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<u 












^ 










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c3 




c 


2 


o 
o 


s 


0) 


C3 




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h) 


W 


m 


o 


fi 


p^ 


Ph 


Present 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 


27 


Absent 










1 






12 


Total 


1 


1 


1 


2 


3 


1 


1 


39 



I do Sware that the within Muster Eoll is A true State of the Company 
without Fraud to these United States or Any Individual According to my 
Best Knowledge — 

Nathl Hutchins Cap* 
Sworn Before me in Camp July 2st 1779 

Enoch Poor B General 



[Original in possession of the Xew Hampshire Historical Society.] 



522 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



[^Capt. Nathaniel Hutehins's Company^ July to September, 1779.'] 

A ]\Iuster Roll of Caiitain Hutchins Company in the First Battalian of 
New Hampshier Forces In the Service of The United States Commanded 
By Collo Joseph Cilley for July Augus and Septemr 1779 — 



r April 3^ 1777 Cap* Nathaniel Hutchins 

\ Noyr Sth 1776 L* Daniel Clapp Left on Command at Wyoming 

L Septr 20tii 1777 Ens^ Joseph Mills 



Appointed 



appointed 




for What 
Term 


liemaiks 




Serjeants 








Eliphelat Quimby 






JanJ- 21 1778 


Amos Barnes 


2 years 




april 6th 1777 


John Chadwick 
Corporals 


3 years 


[July 1 


april 6tli 1777 


John Chadwick 


3 years 


Promoted to a Sarjent 


Do 8 Do 


John Thing Conner 


Do 


on Duty 


Do 6t!i Do 


Benjamin Williams 
Enos Chales 

Drum 


Do 




april IQth 1777 


Samuel Stocker 
Fifer 


3 years 




April lOth Do 


Daniel Creesy 


Do 




Enlisted 


Privets 
James Boles 






Jany 10th 1777 


Wm Batchelder 


Do 


Sick at Wyoming 




Enos Chilis 




Promoted to a Corporal 


March It Do 


Samuel Cammet 


Do 




April 4tii Do 


Closes Cobev 


Do 




april 16th Do 


Thomes Cammet 


Do 




April 27 Do 


Joshua Church 
John Cooper 
Stepen Dusten 


Do 






James Doude 




on Duty 


april 14th Do 


James Edgerlj' 


Do 


on Duty 


July 3d Do 


Tho* Eastman 


Do 





REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



52^ 



En 


isted 


Privets 


for What 
Term 


Remarks 


Febry 


lOtii Do 


John Flnnders 
Jacob Flanders 


3 years - 




april 


27 Do 


Elijah Farfield 


Do 




april 


17 Do 


Thomes (jeorge 
antony Oilman 


Do 




april 


1 Do 


Charles Grenfield 


Do 




Bpril 


6 Do 


W™ Hog-dskins 


Do 




July 


3d 


Enoch Hoit 


Do 


Sick at Wj'oming 


april 


lltli Do 


Jona Judkins 
^likel Loj'ans 


Do 


on Duty 


Nov 


5 1776 


John Larrabee 


Do 




Febr 


4tli 1777 


Stephen Lord 
Thos l>arry 
Colburn Parker 


Do 


Sick at Wyoming 
on Duty 


april 


16 1777 


John Sweet 


Do 




Do 


7<i Do 


Elijah Smart 


Do 


Sick at Value forge 


Do 


7tli Do 


Caleb Smart 


Do 




Do 


4 Do 


Jona Stephans 


Do 


Sick at Princetown 


Do 


16 Do 


Benja Sweet 


Do 




Do 


6 Do 


James Sheror 


Do 




Do 


4 Do 


Jona Sawyer 


Do 




Novr 


22t 1776 


Joseph Sandborn 
Henry Thomson 


Do 




March 


5tli 1777 


Ezra Turner 
Jona Webster 


Do 




Feby 


2t 1778 


Thos Jamerson 


2 years 




June 


1 1779 


Thos Harvy 






May 


6 1779 


John Farnham 






Do 


Do 


John Eastman 






April 


17 1779 


Samll Lock 






May 


8th 1779 


Brodstreet Mason 







Easton Oct' nth Mustered then Capt Hutchins Companj^ as Spacified in 
the Above Poll 

Nehii Wade C M 



524 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 
Proof of Effective 



























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« 


Ul 




to 






« 


tr> 


^ 


o 


B 


CC 






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a 


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M 




O 


hA 


w 


m 


^ 


'-^ 


Ph 


^ 


Present 


1 




1 


3 


3 


1 


1 


37 


Absent 




1 












5 


Total 


1 


1 


1 


3 


3 


1 


1 


42 



I Do Sware that the within Muster Roll is A trew State of the Company 
without Froad to these United States or Any Individial According to My 
best Knowledg 

Nathi Hutchins Capt 
Sworn before me Camp October ISth 1779 

Enoch Poor B Geni 

[Original in possession of the New Hampshire Historical Society.] 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



625 



\_Capt. Nathaniel Hiitchins's Company^ October, 1770. ~\ 

A Muster Roll of Cap* Hutchinses Company In the First Batalian of New- 
hampshier Forces In the Service of the United States Commanded By Colo 
Joseph Cilley for ocf 1779 



r April ?A 1777 Cap* Nathaniel Hutchins on furlo 
\ Novr S 1776 Lt Daniel Clapp Trancefurd 
tSeptr 20tii 1777 Ensi Joseph Mills 



Appointed 



Appointed 



Jany 
April 


21 

6th 


177S 
1777 


April 
Do 


8 
6th 


1777 
Do 


April 


10th 


1777 


April 


10 


Do 


En 


istec 




Jany 

April 

March 

April 

April 


10th 

4 

It 

27th 

16th 


1777 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 


April 

July 

Feby 


14th 
3d 
10 


Do 
Do 
Do 



Serjeants 

P^liphelet Quinbj' 
Amos Barns 
John Chadwick 

Corporals 

John Thino- Conner 
Benja Williams 
Enos Chales 

Drum 
Samuel Stocker 

Fifer 

Daniel Creesy 

Privets 

James Boles 
Wm Batchelder 
Moses Colbey 
SamU Cammett 
Joshua Church 
Thomas Cammet 
John Cooper 
Stephen Dusten 
James Doude 
James Edgerly 
Thos Eastman 
John Flanders 
Jacob Flanders 



for What 
Term 



2 years 

3 years 



years 
Do 



Do 



Do 



Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 



Do 
Do 
Do 



Remarks 



on Dutv 



Sick In the flying Hospitel 
on duty 



on Duty 



on Duty 
on Duty 
on Dutv 



526 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



En] 


isted 


Privets 


for What 


Remarks 










Term 




April 


STtt' 


Do 


Elijah Farfield 
John Farnliam 


3 years 


on Duty 


April 


17 


Do 


Thomas George 
Antony Oilman 


Do 




April 


1 


Do 


Charles Greenfield 


Do 




April 


6 


Do 


Wm Hog-d skins 


Do 




July 


3d 


Do 


Enoch Hoit 
Thomas Harvy 


Do 


Sick iri the flying- Horspitel 


April 


11 


Do 


Jon-i Judkins 


Do 




Feby 


2 


1778 


Thos Jemerson 
^likel Louns 


2 years 


on Duty 


feby 


14 


1777 


Stephen Lord 
Thos Parry 
Colman Parker 


3 years 


Sick in the fl3'ing hospite! 
Sick in Camp 


april 


16 


1777 


John Sweet 


Do 




Deto 


7 


Do 


Elijah Smart 


Do 


Sick in the flying Hospitle 


Do 


7 


Do 


Caleb Smart 


Do 




Do 


4th 


Do 


Jona Stephens 


Do 


Sick absent 


Do 


16 


Do 


Benja Sweet 


Do 




Do 


6 


Do 


James Sheror 


Do 




Do 


4th 


Do 


Jona Sawyer 
Henry Thompson 


Do 


- 


March 


5 


1777 


Ezera Turner 
Jonathan Webester 
John Eastman 
Samii Lock 
Brod street Mason 
John Larrebee 
Joseph Sandborn 


Do 


on Duty 

Discharged Xovemr 18 177') 
Discharged Novemr 18 1779 



Xoyr 22<l 79 Mustered then Captain Hutchins Compy as Spasified in the 
Above Roll 

Neh: Wade C. M. 



REVOLUTIONAEY DOCUBIENTS 
Proof of Effective 



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1 


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5 










Total 


1 






1 


3 


3 


1 


1 


40 


18 


22 


2 


2 



I Do Sware that the within Muster Roll is A trew State of the Company 
without froat to these United States or Any Individual According to my 
best Knowledg 

Jos Mills Ensn 
Sworn before me Camp Plimpton Xovr 23d 1779 
Enoch Poor B Geni 

[Original in possession of the New Hampshire Historical Society.] 



528 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



[Capt.N^athaniel Hutchins's Company^ November ^1779^ to January^ 1780.] 

A Muster Eool of Capt Hutchins as Company In the first Batalian of New 
Hampshire Forces In the Servis of the United States Commanded by Col" 
Joseph Cilley For November December 1779 and Januarey 1780 



Apriel 3d 1777 Capt Nathaniel Hutchins on Furlough 
Sepf 20* 1777 Ensn Joseph Mills 



Appointed 







for v\'hat 




Appointed 




Term 


Pvemarks 




Serjeants 








Eliphalet Quinby 






Apriel 6*1^ 1777 


John Chadwick 
Corperals 


3 years 


on Gard 




Enos Challis 




on furlough for 60 Days 


Aprl Stli 1777 


Jno thing Conner 


3 year 


on Command 


Do eth Do 


Benj°i Williams 
Drummers 


Do 




Apriel IQtti 1777 


Saml Stocker 
Fife 


D'' 




Aprl lOth Do 


Daniel Creesy 


Do 




Enlisted 


Privets 








James Bools 




Sick in Danbury 


December 26tii 


Jno Brown 




on furlough till apl 1780 


[1779 


John Cooper 
Stephen Dusten 








James Doud 




on Deuty 


Decmber 26th 


Saml Davis 




on furlough till Aprl 1730 


[1779 


Jacob Flanders 
John Farnham 








Antony Oilman 




on Furlough for 60 Days 




Tho3 Harvey 








Michal Loyns 








Thos Perr'ey 




Sick at Pennsylvenia 




Colbern Parker 




on Command 




Henerey Thompson 




on Command 




Jon^ Webestor 




Sick at Danbury 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



529 



Enlisted 


Privets 


for what 
Term 


Remarks 






Jno Eastman 












Saml Lock 












Broadstreet Mason 








Aprie 


4th 1777 


Moses Colbey 


3 years 






Do 


27th Do 


Joshua Church 


Do 






Do 


16th Do 


Thos Cammet 


Do 






Do 


14th Do 


James l*]dgeiiy 


Do 


on Deuty 




July 


3 th Do 


Thos Eastman 


Do 






Apri 


27th Do 


Elijah Fairfield 


Do 


on Deuty 




Do 


17th Do 


Tho^ Georjife 


Do 


. 




Do 


Itli Do 


Charles Greenfield 


Do 






Do 


5th Do 


W™ Hodg-kins 


Do 






July 


3th Do 


Enoch Hoyt 


Do 






Apri 


11th Do 


Jona Jtidkins 


Do 






Do 


16th Do 


Jno Sweet 


Do 






Do 


7th Do 


Elijah Smart 


Do 






Do 


7th Do 


Caleb Smart 


Do 






Do 


4th Do 


Jona Stephens 


Do 






Do 


16th Do 


Benjni Sweet 


Do 






Do 


6th Do 


James Sherer 


Do 






Do 


4th Do 


Jona Sawyer 


Do 






March 


I 5th Do 


Ezra Turner 


Do 




ri779 






Jno Larrabee 




Discharged November IS 






Jos Sanborn 




Do 


Do 






Serjt Amos Barnes 




Discharged Janu"" 


21 17S0 






Wm Bachelder 




Do 








Saml Cammet 




Discharged Jan"" 


22 17S0 






Jno Flanders 




Do 








Thos Jemerson 




Do 








Stejihen Lord 




Do 





Danbury Febuary 15th 1730 Then Musterd Capt Hutchins ses Company as 
Spacefied in the above Muster Roole 



530 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 
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1 


1 


1 


1 


24 


Absent 


1 






1 


2 






13 


Total 


1 


1 


2 


3 


1 


1 


37 



I Do Sware that the within Muster Eoole is a Tj ew State of the Company 
Without frond to These United States or any Individual According to my 
Best Knowledge — 



[Original in possession of the New Hampshire Historical Society.] 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



531 



[ Capt. Nathaniel Sutchins's Company, February to June, 1780.'] 

A Muster Roll of Cap* Nathl Hutchins's Company in the first Battallion 
of N Hampshire Forces in the service of the United states Command^ by 
Colo Joseph Cilley for the months of Feby March April May & June 1780 



■ . . , , f April 3—1777 NatW Hutchens Cap* 

ApiJOmted ^ o , «« -.^r.- t t_ -nr-m T-i • 

^ ^ \ Sepr 20 — 1777 Joseph Mills Ensign 







for What 




Appo 


inted 




Term 


Remarks 






Serjeants 










Eliphelet Quimby 




Absent with leave 


April 


6 1777 


John Chadwick 
Corporals 
Enos Chellis 


3 A"rs 


Discharge april 6 

On Commd at the lines 


April 


3 1777 


Jno thing- Conner 


"3 Yrs 


Discharge April 6 


do 


6 do 


Benjn Williams 
Drummer 


do 


do April 6 


April 


10 1777 


Sami Stocker 
Fifer 


3 Yrs 


Discharge March 17 


April 


10 1777 


Daniel Creasy 


do 


Do April 11 


Inlisted 


Privates 










James Booles 










John Cooper 










James Doud 




On duty 






Sami Davice 




do 






Jno Farnham 




do 






Anthony Oilman 




do 






Thos Harvy 










Michael Lyons 










Colburn Parker 










Henry Thompson 




do 






Jon^ Webster 










Sam' Lock 










Broadstreat Mason 






March 


1 1780 


Bassett Green 






June 


IS do 


Benjn Dockham 







532 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Inlistec 




I'rivates 


for what 


Remarks 










Term 




March 


1 


do 


Salem Colby 






Feby 


1 


do 


Thos Watson 




On duty 


Feby 


20 


do 


Rosiah Beady 




do 


April 


4 


1777 


Moses Colby 


3 Y" 


Dischargd April 6 


do 


27 


do 


Joshua Church 


do 


do May 1 


do 


16 


do 


Thomas Cammett 


do 


do April 1 


do 


14 


do 


James Edgerly 


do 


do do 6 


July 


3 


1777 


Thomas Eastman 


do 


Discharge 


April 


27 


do 


Elijah Fairfield 


do 


do april 21 


do 


17 


do 


Thos George 


do 


do do 


do 


1 


do 


Chas Greenfield 


do 


do do 


do 


5 


do 


Wm Hodgkins 


d" 


do april 6 


July 


3 


do 


Enoch Hoyt 


do 


do 


April 


11 


d3 


Jona Judkins 


do 


do apr 11th 


do 


16 


do 


John Sweet 


do 


do april 21 


do 


7 


do 


Elijah smart 


do 


do do 11 


do 


7 


do 


Caleb Smart 


do 


do do 


do 


16 


do 


Benja Sweet 


d" 


do do 21 


do 


6 


do 


James Sheror 


do 


do do 6 


do 


4 


do 


Jonath"! Sawyer 


do 


do do 


March 


5 


do 


Ezra Turner 
Thos Perrey 


do 


do May 1 
Died March 5 1780 


April 


4 


do 


Jon* Stephens 




do May 20 


Dec' 


26 


1779 


John Brown 

Stephen Dustin 
Jacob Flanders 
John Eastman 
George Hogg 




Deserted apr day not 
[known 
do June 23 
Deserted March 

do June 23 
Join'd June 7 Deserted 
[July 2i 



Musterd then Capt Hutchens's Compy as Spesifyed in the above Roll 

W"* Scott Inspector 
Geni Poors Brigade 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 
Proof of Effectives 



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2 


3 


1 


1 


32 


Total 


1 






1 


2 


3 


1 


1 


43 



I do Swear that the Within muster Eoll is a triie state of the Company 
without Fraud to the United States or to any Individual according to my 
best Knowledge — 

Nathll Hutchins Cap* 
Sworn before me July 11*^ 1780 

Enoch Poor B Geni 

[Original in possession of the New Hampshire Historical Society.] 



53i 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



[ Cajjt. Nathaniel Hutchins's Company, July, ITSOJ] 

A Muster Roll of Cap* NatW Hutchins Company in the first Battallion of 
New Hampshire Foi-ces in the Servis of the United States Command'^ by 
Colo Joseph Cilley for the Month of July 



. April 3d 1777 Nathi Hutchins Capt 
March 25th 1730 Thomas Blake Leiutenant 

tieptr 20 1777 Joseph Mills Ens° Transfired to 4th Capt Comp 
Permoted July 5th gO 



Appointed 



Appointed 



July 29th 1780 



July 1th 1780 
Julv 20 1780 



Inlisted 



June 22 1780 



Serjeants 

Rliphalet Quinby 
Eliphalet Caswell 
Enos Challis 

Corporals 

John Farnham 
Thos Mathes 
Enos Challis 

Drummer 



Fifer 



Privates 

James Booles 
John Cooper 
Daniel Cloug-h 
James Dowd 
Sami Davies 
John Farnham 
Anthony Gilmau 
Thos Harvey 
Michal Lyons 
Colbern Parker 
Henry Thompson 
Saml Lock 




Remarks 



[tory 16 July 
Transferred Lig^ht Invn- 



on Duty 

Permoted Serjt Augt 1th 80 



on Command wth Genl Poor 

Permoted July 1th 1730 
on Duty 



on Duty 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



535 



Inlisted 



Janr IStli 1780 



Joind July 16th 




[17S0 


June 


20 1780 


Do 


20 Do 


June 


22tli 1780 


Do 


20 Do 


Do 


23 Do 


Do 


29 Do 


Do 


25 Do 


Do 


23 Do 


Do 


20 Do 


Do 


25 Do 


Do 


22 Do 


Do 


22 Do 


Do 


23 Do 


Do 


26 D3 


Do 


26 Do 


Do 


26 Do 


Do 


20 Do 


Do 


26 Do 


Do 


27 Do 


Do 


26 Do 



Privates 



Broadstreet Mason 
Boswell Green 
Benjamin Dockem 
Salem Colbey 
Thomas Wadson 
Thos mathes ' 
Rasiah Beede 
Seth Wyman 
Saml Hardway 
John Colbey 
Josiah Chandler 
Peasley Eastman 
Enoch Eaton 
Isaac Foot 
Joshua Graj^ham 
John George 
Josha Huntington 
Nathan Hale 
Asa Heath 
Jona Molton 
George More 
Jona Patten 
Isaac Patterson 
Henery Steward 
Alexr Willson 
Benjni Williams 
Thos Williams 
Thos Eastman 
Enoch Hoyt 
Jona W^ebestor 



for what 
Term 



[Jenr 
until Itii 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Dt 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 



Remarks 



[York Regt July 20th 1780 

Transferred to 3th New 

mustered Inlisted June 

[18th lost muster threw 

[Mistake 

[ferrey 
on Command Dobeses 

on Deuty 



on Duty 
on Duty 
on Duty 

on Duty 
on Duty 



Dischargd July 16 1780 

Do Do 

Transfered Light Inven- 
[tory 16 July 1780 



Augt 28th 1780 Musterd then Capt Hutchins Compy as Specefyed in the 
Above Roll 

N: White Capt & B. Major 



536 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Proof of Effectives 





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Present 


1 


1 




2 


1 






26 


Absent 










1 






10 


Total 


1 


1 




2 


2 






36 



I do swear that the within muster roll is a true state of the Company 
without Fraud to the United States or to any Individual according to my 
best Knowledge — 

Nathaniel: Hutchins Cap* 
Sworn before me in Camp Augt 29* 1780 — 
Jos Cilley Colo 
Com<ie Geni Poor's Brigade 

[Original in possession oi the Xew Hampshire Historical Societj-.] 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



537 



\_Capt. Natlianiel HutcJdns's Company^ November and December, 17S0.'\ 

A Muster Roll of Cap* Nathaniel Hutchins Company in the First Battalion 
of New Hampr Forces in the Service of the United States, Commanded by 
Colo Joseph Cilley For Novr & Deer 1780 



Appointed 



April 3d 1777 Nathaniel Hutchins Capt Sick Present 
March 25 1780 Thomas Blake Lieut 



Appointed 




for what 
Term 


Remarks 




Serjeants 








Eliphalet Quinby 








Eliphalet Caswell 




^ 




Corporalls 








John Farnham 








Thos Matthews 




on Comd Lines 




Drummer 








Fifer 






Inlisted 


Privates 








James Booles 




on Commd at the Lines 




Rosiah Beede 








John Cooper 








Daniel Cloug-h 




on Comd at the Village 




Salem Colby 








James Doud 




on State Store Guard 




Samuel Davis 




on Duty 




Benjn Dockem 




Sick Morristown 




Antona Oilman 




on Comd at the Lines 




Thomas Harvey 




on Duty 




Michal Lyons 








Samuel Lock 




on Comd at the Lines 




Broadstreet Mason 








Colbern Parker 




on Comd at the Lines 




Henry Thompson 




on Comd New Winsor 




Thomas Watson 






June 20th nso 


Seth Wyman 


6 Months 


Discharged Dec 4"! 1780 



538 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



Inlisted 


Privatea 


for what 
Term 


Remarks 


June 


20th 


1780 


Samuel Hardway 


6 Months 


Dischar 


ged Deer 15th 1750 


June 


22ci 


17S0 


John. Colby 


Do 


Do 


Deer 16th 1780 


Do 


20th 


1780 


Josiah Chandler 


Do 


Do 


Deer 13th 1780 


Do 


23d 


1780 


Peasley Eastman 


Do 


Do 


Deer 6th 1780 


Do 


29th 


1780 


Enoch Eaton 


Do 


Do 


Do 


Do 


25th 


1780 


Isaac Foot 


Do 


Do 


Deer 4th 1780 


June 


23d 


1780 


Joshua Graham 


Do 


Do 


Do 


Do 


20th 


1780 


John George 


Do 


Do 


Deer 15th 1780 


Do 


25th 


1780 


Joshua Huntington 


Do 


Do 


Deer 4th 1780 


Do 


22d 


1780 


Nathan Hale 


Do 


Do 


Deer 6th 1780 


Do 


22d 


1780 


Asa Heath 


Do 


Do 


Do 


June 


23d 


1780 


Jonathan Molton 


Do 


Do 


Deer 13th 1780 


Do 


26th 


1780 


George Moors 


Do 


Do 


Deer 4th 1780 


Do 


26th 


1780 


Jonathan Pattin 


Do 


Do 


Deer 6th 1780 


Do 


26th 


1780 


Isaac Patterson 


Do 


Do 


Do 


Do 


26th 


1780 


Henry Steward 


Do 


Do 


Deer 4th 1780 


Do 


26th 


1780 


Alexander Willson 


Do 


Do 


Deer 13th 1780 


Do 


27th 


1780 


Benjn Williams 


Do 


Do 


Deer 6th 178O 


Do 


26th 


1780 


Thomas Williams 




Do 


Deer 4th 178O 



Deer 3lst 1780 Mustered then Capt Hutchins Compy as Specefyed In the 

Above Koll 

W™ Scott Sub Inspector 



REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS 



589 



Proof of the Effective 





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Privates 


Present 


1 


1 




2 


1 






6 


Absent 










1 






10 


Total 


1 


1 




2 


2 






16 



I do Swear that the within Muster Eoll is a true State of the Company 
without Fraud to the United States or to any Individual According- to my 
Best Knowledg- — 

NathU Hutchins Capt 
Sworn Before me Jany 5th i7si 

John Stark B G 

[Original in possession of the New Hampshire Historical Society.] 



INDEX. 



INDEX TO NAMES OE PLACES 



Acworth 2, 1G5, 1S5, 

Albany, N. Y 

Alexandria , 

Allenstown 2, 165, 

Alstead 3, 4, 165, 174, 184 

190, 194-196, 

Alton 

Aniesbur3% Mass 

Amherst." 4, 7, 165, 172, 174, 

180-182, 184-188, 190 
194, 196, 197, 

Andover 181, 182, 186, 192, 

(New Breton) 181, 182, 186, 

Antrim 7, 165, 179, 187, 189, 

Atkinson 8, 9, 165, 177, 178, 180, 

183, 189, 191, 194, 198, 



392 
435 
392 
392 
186 
392 
393 
457 
176 
192 
393 
393 
192 
393 
181 
393 



Barnstead 10, 165, 393 

Barring-ton 10, 13, 165, 179, 181, 394 

Bartlett 394 

Bath 394, 437 

Bedford 14. 15, 165, 175, 194, 394 

Benton 187, 394 

(Coventry) 187, 394 

Bethlehem .." 395 

Boscawen 15, 17, 165, 176, 178, 179 

184, 187, 190, 193, 197, 395 

Bow 17, 18, 165, 178, 188, 395 

Bradford 395 

Bradford, Yt 436 

Brentwood 19, 21. 165, 175, 177, 180- 

182, 186, 188, 189, 195, 196 

Bridgewater 395 

Bristol 396 

Brookfield 396 

Brookline 21, 165. 174, 178, 179 

187. 190, 193, 194, 396 

(Eaby) 174, 178, 179, 187 

190, 193, 194 

Camden (Washington) 187, 193, 194 

Campton 396 

Canaan 22, 165, 396 



Candia 23, 165, 174-181, 183, 184, 

187, 189-192, 195-197, 

Canterbury 25, 165, 177, ISO, 185, 

Cedars 

Center Harbor 

Charlestown..l74, 175, 177-179, 182, 
185, 190-192, 195, 196, 

Chatham 

Chester 26, 165, 178-183, 

193, 195, 196, 397, 

Chesterfield 30, 32, 33, 165, 179, 

Chichester 

Claremont 33^ 

Cockermonth (Groton and Hebron) 

Concord 35, 165, 177, 181, 186, 

Conway 37, 165, 190, 195, 196, 

(Pigwacket) 190, 

Coos 

Cornish 

Coventry (Benton) 187, 

Croydon 39, 165, 176, 186, 



186 

396 

397 

.448 

.397 

184 

397 

.397 

185- 

457 

190 

.458 

165 

180 

459 

400 

195 

.182 

.400 

394 

400 



Dalton 400 

Danbury 400 

Danville.. 39, 165, 175, 177, 179, 180, 184 

185, 191, 194, 197, 198, 400 

(Hawke)...39, 41, 175, 177, 179, 180 

184, 185, 191, 194, 197, 198 

Dartmouth College 196 

Deerfield 41, 165, 172, 175, 186-189 

194, 195, 401, 456-459 

Deering 44, 165, 188, 401 

Derry 4O1 

Derryfield (Manchester) 91 

Dorchester 401 

Dover 180, 184, 401 

Dublin 44, 45, 165, 176, 185 

186, 189, 195, 197, 402 

Dunbarton 46, 47, 165, 176, 177 

181, 186, 195, 402 

(Gorharatown) 195 

Dunstable (Nashua) 172 

Durham 176, 179, 402 



544 



INDEX 



East Kingston 47, 165, 402 

Eaton 402 

Effing-ham 48, 165, 402 

(Leavittstown) 48 

Enfield 49, 165, 403 

Epping- 49, 52, 166, 184, 186 

403, 456, 457 

Epsom 53, 166, 403, 458, 459 

Exeter 54, 166, 174, 176, 177, 179 

181-195, 403, 458 

Fairlee, Vt 436 

Farmingfton 404 

FitzAvilliam 174, 177, 190, 191 

197, 404 

Francestown 187, 404 

Franconia 404 

Franklin 405 

Freedom 405 

Fremont 175, 177, 183, 184 

(Poplin) 177, 183, 184, 457 

Georges, Mass 462 

Gilford 405 

Gilmanton 54, 56, 57, 166, 405 

Gilsum 58, 166, 174, 175, 177 

183, 184, 198, 406 

Goffstown 175, 182, 184, 187, 406, 437 

Gorhamtown (Dunbarton) 195 

Goshen 406 

Grafton 186, 406 

Grantham 406 

Greenfield 407 

Greenland 190, 407 

Groton ISO, 407 

(Cockermouth) ISO 

Halestown (Weare) 178, 195 

Hampstead 58, 60, 61, 166, 174, 175 

177, 179, lSl-184, 188, 189 
191, 193, 407 

Hampton 61, 63, 64, 166, 174, 177 

178. 183, 407, 458 
Hampton Falls 175, 179, 184, 192 

196, 407 

Hancock 408 

Hanover 408 

Haverhill 408, 437 

Hawke (Danville) .. .39, 41, 175, 177, 179 

180, 1&4, 185, 191, 194 

197, 198 
Hebron 180, 409 

(Cockermouth) 180 

Henniker 64, 65, 166. 174, 176 

18S, 193, 409 



Hill 409 

Hillsborough... 65, 166, 183, 1S4, 195, 409 

Hinsdale 66, 166, 195, 410 

Holden, Mass 462 

Holderness 410 

Hollis 174-198, 410 

Holliston, Mass 462 

Hooksett 410 

Hopkinton 67, 69, 166, 410 

Hubbardston, Mass 462 

Hudson 69, 166, 411 

(Nottingham West) 69, 71 

Jackson 411 

Jaffrey 179, ISO, 196, 411 

Jefferson 411 

Keene 71, 74, 166, 174-176, 17S-1S3 

185, 186, 188, 189, 194, 195, 197, 411 

Kensington 74, 75, 166, 180, ISl 

194, 412 

Kingston 76, 79, 166, 177, lSO-183 

185, 191, 193, 195, 198, 412, 457 

Lancaster 412 

Lancaster, Mass 462 

Landaff 412 

Langdon 412 

Leavittstown (Effingham) 48 

Lebanon 79-81, 166, 412 

Lee 81, 83, 166, 413 

Lempster 83, 84, 166, 175, 413 

Lisbon 412 

Litchfield 175, 179, 192, 414 

Littleton 414 

Londonderr3^...84, 166, 174-176. 180-185 
187-194, 196, 197, 414 

Loudon 90, 91, 166, 414, 457 

Lyman 414 

Lyme 415 

Lyndeborough 187, 193, 415 

Madbury 196, 415 

Manchester 91, 166, 416 

(Derryfield) 91 

Marlborough 92, 166, 172, 175, 179 

185, 186, 188, 191, 196, 416 

(Monadnock Xo. 5) 92, 93. 179 

1S6, 196 

Marlow 177, ISl, 184-186, ISS 

194, 196, 416 

Mason 180, 195, 416 

Medford, Mass 436 

Meredith 93, 166, 416, 457 



INDEX 



545 



Merrimack... 177, 178, 184, 185, 187, 189 
190, 192, 194, 196, 197, 417 

Middleton 417 

Milford 417 

Milton 417 

Monadnock 182 

Monadnock Xo. 5 (Marlborough) . .92 
93, 179, 186, 196 

Mont Yernon 417 

Moultonborouffh 418 



Kasliua 

(Dunstable) 

Nelson 94, 166, 17o, 

181, 186, 194, 

(Packersfield) 94, 175, 

186, 

New Boston.. 94, 166, 174, 176, 179, 

187, 188, 191, 195-197, 

New Breton (Andover) 181, 

186, 

New Durham 192, 

New Hampton 

New Ipswich.. 174-179, 181-183, 185, 
188-194, 196, 197, 

New London 

New Salisbury (Salisbury) ... .175, 

Newbury 

Newcastle 96, 166, 175, 178, 

187, 

Newing-ton .97, 121, 166, 

Newmarket... 99, 166, 176, 177, 180, 
192, 420, 458, 

Newport 102. 103, 166, 

Newton 174, 177-180, 195, 197, 

North Hampton 103, 105, 166, 

Northfield 

Northumberland 

Northwood 105, 166, 

Nottingham 106- 

121, 167, 175, 176, 179, 181, 183, 

188, 190, 191, 193, 197, 421, 457- 

Nottingham West (Hudson) 69 

Orange 421 

Orford 421 

Ossipee 421 

Packersfield (Nelson) 94, 175, 176 

186, 194 

Pelham 176, 178, 197, 422 

Pembroke 108, 167, 187, 189 

192, 196, 422 

(Suncook) 187, 189 

Peterborough Ill, 112, 167, 174-178 

180-197, 422 
Piermont 112, 113, 167, 422 



418 

172 

176 

418 

176 

194 

182 

43 8 

182 

192 

419 

418 

186 

419 

418 

458 

459 

41S 

186 

191 

420 

190 

459 

420 

420 

420 

420 

420- 

42] 

•108 

186 

■459 

, 71 



Pigwacket (Conway) 190, 195 

Pittsfield 422 

Pittsfield, Mass 435 

Plainfield 423 

Plaistow 174, 175, 177, 178, 181-186 

190, 193, 194, 196, 197, 423 

Plymouth 191, 423, 437 

Poplin (Fremont) 177, 183, 184, 457 

Portsmouth 113, 121, 167, 174-178 

180-186, 188-196, 423 
Princeton, Mass 462 

Eaby (Brookline) 174, 178, 179, 187 

190, 193, 194 

Randolph 424 

Ka.ymond 192, 424, 457, 459 

Pichmond 122, 167, 174-180, 182, 185 

186, 188, 190-193, 195-197, 424 

Pdndge 125, 127, 167, 192, 195, 424 

Rochester 127, 167, 178, 182, 424 

Roxbury 424 

Royalto'n, \t 457 

Rumney 425 

Rye...'. 131, 133, 167, 185, 425 

Salem 133, 136, 167, 172, 174, 178 

181, 182, 197, 198, 425 

Salisbury 136, 137, 167, 175, 185 

190, 193, 425, 458 

(New Salisbury) 175, 458, 459 

Sanbornton "^...138, 139, 167, 425 

Sandown 139, 141, 157. 177, 181 

1S3, 186, 192-196, 426 

Sand^yich 141, 142, 167, 426 

Saville (Sunapee) 148 

Seabrook 142, 167, 177, 180-182, 426 

Sharon 427 

Shelburne 427 

Society Land 174, 179 

Somer'sworth 181, 182, 185, 189, 191 

192, 195, 197, 198, 427 

South Hampton 143, 167, 178, 179 

181, 185, 186 

Springfield 427 

Stark 427 

Stewartstown 427 

Stoddard 175, 178, 179, 185, 191 

193, 195, 197, 428 

Strafford 428 

Stratford 428 

Stratham 145. 167, 428 

Sullivan 428 

Sunapee 148, 167, 429 

(Saville) 148 

Suncook (Pembroke) 187, 189 

Surrv 148, 167, 175, 179, 182 

184, 191, 429 



546 



INDEX 



Sutton 429 

Swanzey 179, 183, 194, 429 

Tamworth 429 

Temple 149, 151, 167, 174, 176, 177 

179, 183-186, 188-190, 193-195, 430 

Thornton 430 

Troy 430 

Tuftonborough 430 

Unity 151, 152, 167, 430 

Wakefield 152, 167, 182, 431 

Walpole 174, 177, 181, 184 

185, 192, 431 

Warner 431 

Warren 431 

Wasliington 175, 193, 194, 431 

(Camden) 187, 193. 19 t 



Weare...l53, 155, 156, 167, 177, 178, 185 
188, 190, 193, 195, 197, 432 

(Halestown) 178, 195 

Wentworth 432 

Westmoreland 156, 158, 167, 185 

195, 432, 437 

Whitefield 432 

Wilmot 433 

Wilton 159, 161, 167, 174, 185, 188 

190, 191, 194, 195. 433 

Winchester 161, 167, 177, 179, 184 

186, 192, 193, 433 

Windham 163, 167, 174, 176, 179, 433 

Windsor 433 

Wolfeboroiigh 434 

Woodstock 434 

Worcester, Mass 462 



INDEX TO NAMES OF PERSONS 



Abbe, Ichabod 30S 

Abbott, Abiel 159 

Abig-ail 235 

Abraham 174 

Ameline 235 

Amos 36, 119, 344 

Amos, Jr 36 

Ann 410 

Anna 410 

Benjamin 36, 250, 401 

Beriah 250 

Chandler 448 

Daniel 36 

Daniel H 235 

Daniel L 234 

Darius 5 

David 108, 110, 262 

Edward 36 

Elias 276, 420, 448 

Enoch 218, 394 

Ephraim 5, 37, 44, 457 

Ezra 276, 322, 448, 449 

George 36, 234, 469 

George, Jr 37 

Hannah 229, 235, 431 

Isaac 37 

Jabez 36 

Jacob 160 

Jeremiah 159, 240 

Jesse 37 

Job lOS 

John 19, 228 

Joseph 36, 159, 174, 344 

Joseph, Jr 159 

Joshua 344, 450 

Louisa 229 

Maria 235 

Mary 229 

]\[oses 240, 34J 

Nathan ,. .?~ 

Nathaniel 35 

Olive 235, 42~ 

Peter 2(52 

Philip 448 



Abbott, cont. 

Phoebe 398, 431 

Heuben 36, 344 

Reuben, Jr 36 

Eichard 235 

Ruth 229 

Samuel 109, 306, 399 

Samuel. Jr los 

Samuel S 401 

Solomon 469 

Stephen 37 

Susan 229 

Thomas 235 

Thomas L 235 

Timothy 489, 491, 493 

William lis, 159, 262, 436, 4«1 

William. Jr loO 

Abell, Benjamin 83 

Frederick S3 

Phineas 83 

Adams, Aaron ' 65 

Andrew 320 

Asa 174 

Benjamin 98 

Daniel 127, 306, 397 

David 127. 174, 240, 322, 406 

Dudley G 294 

Ebenezer 294 

Enoch 344, 425 

Esther 402 

Ezekiel 174 

Ezekiel Gill 98 

Isaac 45, 308 

Israel 126 

Israel, Jr 126 

Jacob 161 

James 85, 86 

James, Jr 80 

Joel 262 

John 94, 282, 388, 402, 405, 428 

Jonas 416 

Jonathan 58, 87, 462 

Joseph 45, 97, 145 

Joseph. Jr 145 



548 



INDEX 



Adams, ccDit, 

Josiah 99 

Levd 174 

Marg'aret 401 

Martha 418 

Molly 416 

Moies 44 

Peter 421 

Phineas 174 

Eobert 85 

Samuel... 127. 240, 464, 466, 46S, 481 

Solomon .'')44 

Stephen 174 

Theophihis P. 200 

Thomas 174, ?.64, 405 

Timothy 45 

William 92, 117, 174, 276 

Zanin 214 

Aiken, Andrew 276 

James 8, 14, 27 

John 14, 84, 364, .394 

Martha 398 

Nenian 44 

Peter 27 

Phineas 22 

Eobert 174 

Samuel 29, 262 

Thomas 44 

William 44 

Ainsworth, Edward 34 

Airmet, Thomas 121 

Akerman, Barnet 113 

Benjamin 113, 174 

John 114 

Joseph 113 

Nahum 118 

Peter 218 

Simeon 117 

Walter 113 

Albee, Abner 31 

Ichabod 432 

Alcock, Joseph 114 

Robert 154 

Alden, Adam 34 

Felix 430 

James 34 

Moses 30ft 

Thomas 45 

Aldrich, Aaron 124 

Abner 124 

Abner, Jr 122 

Ananias 124 

Artemas 124 

Benjamin 157 

Caleb 157, 200, 344, 425 



Aldrich, corit. 

George 460 

Luke 449 

xVIilton 403 

Nathan 124 

Peter 124 

Solomon 122, 174 

William 123, 174, 240 

Ziba 124 

Alexander, 449 

Amos 402 

Asa 161 

Ebenezer 161 

Jabez 376, 413 

James 46, 84, 86 

John 89, 162 

Jonas 64 

Reuben 161 

Samuel IS 

Seth 162 

William 84, 87, 250, 431 

Allaman, John 62 

Allard, Henry 129 

Noah ...". 468 

Samuel H 402 

Alld or Allds, Benjamin 174, 262 

Samuel 86 

William 450 

Allen, see also Arlin. 

Abel 149, 240 

Abner 153, 413 

Amasa 174 

Andrew 456 

Diarca 322, 413 

Eleazer 44 

Ethan 435, 437 

Ezra 123 

Isaac F 409 

James 130 

John 136, 250, 450 

Joseph 123 

Josiah 2, 146, 250 

Jude, Jr 146 

Mary 392 

Moses 123 

Palmerly 444 

Parthena 413 

Pennel 413 

Philander 415 

Phineas 2.50 

Reuben 56. .5S 

Samuel 153, 214, 493 

Samuel, Jr 152 

William 127 

Alley, Samuel 128 



INDEX 



549 



Allis, Abraham 12 

Allison, see also Ellison. 

Samnel 4(;, S9 

Ahvard, Eleazer 174 

Amazeen, Christopher 97 

Ephraini 9G 

John 97 

Ambrose, Nathaniel 108 

Kobert 37 

Ames, Amos 294 

Asa 322 

Biirpee 322 

David 25, 112, 174, 447 

Jacob 102 

John 101 

Joseph 294 

Nathaniel 100 

Nathaniel, Jr 101 

Samuel Ki, 25, 53 

Samuel, Jr 53 

Simon 25 

Solomon 250 

Spafford 218, 322 

Amesbury, Israel 156 

Amey, Abraham 133 

George 322 

Heman 48G 

Joel 131 

Ammidown, Jacob 308 

Amsden, Benjamin 376 

Joel 174 

Thomas 449 

Uriah 64 

Anderson, Allen 354, 414 

David 85 

James 85, 86 

John 86, 163, 174 

Robert 88 

Samuel 85 

Thomas 24, So, 354, 397 

William 86 

Andrews, Ammi 208, 334 

Benjamin 427 

Ebenezer 322 

Isaac 65, 334, 409 

Jeremiah 174, 440 

Joel 174 

John 322, 405 

Joshua 344 

Libburn 250 

Moses . . . .' 445 

Samuel E 494, 497 

Solomon 334 

Angier, Silas 150 



Annis, Charles 174 

Isaac 282 

Jesse 88 

John 85 

Michael 344 

Anthony, Joseph 174 

Applebee, James 417 

Thomas 364, 417 

William 364, 402 

Appleton, William 115 

Archer, Benjamin 72, 174 

Benjamin, Jr 72 

Jonathan 73 

Archibald, Arthur 84 

John 89, 282 

Robert 85 

Arickson, Samuel C 214 

Arlin, see also Allen. 

Daniel 399 

John 12 

Thomas 81 

Armour, Andre^v 164 

Gain 164 

Armstrong, David 164 

John 164 

John, Jr 164 

Arnold, James 117 

Ash, see also Hash. 

Phineas 174 

William 276, 405 

Ashby, John 136 

AshleV, Daniel 162 

Oiiver 34 

Samuel 34, 161 

Ashton, Thomas B 473 

Aspinwall, Zalmon 80 

Atherton, Jonathan 122, 240 

Joseph 344 

Joshua 7 

Solomon 122 

Atkins, David 34 

John 33 

Timothy 34 

Atkinson, Benjamin 141 

Jonathan 16 

Joseph 16 

Nathaniel 17, 344, 395 

Samuel 16 

Simeon 16 

Stephen 488, 490, 492 

Theodore 121, 294, 388, 426 

Atwell, John 250 

Richard 93 

Atwood. Caleb 154 

David 9 



550 



INDEX 



At wood, (■(tilt. 

James 59 

John 9, f.O, Gl, 174 

John, Jr 59 

Jonathan 154 

Joshua 334. 459 

Moses 322, 392 

Philip 308, 418 

Austin, Abiel 135 

Benjamin, Jr 114 

Caleb 212 

John 135 

Jonathan L 114 

Moses 131, 174, 2S2, 425 

Nathan 136 

Solomon 344 

Timothy 151 

Averill, Daniel 334, 417 

Ebenezer 7, 445 

John 6, 433 

Thomas, J r 6 

Avery, David 55, 174 

Georo-e 376, 423 

Isaiah 90 

John 41, 146 

Jonathan 150 

Joseph 57 

Joshua 145 

Josiah 56 

Mary 394 

Nathaniel :' . . 344 

Samuel 55-57 

Timothy 174 

Axtell, John 3 

Ayer, John 109 

Samuel 135, 153 

Stephen 46 

William 135 

Aj'ers, Christopher 2 

Edward 116 

George 120 

James 89 

John 116 

Jonathan 115 

Joseph 114 

Mark 12 

Perkins 114 

Samuel 87, 116 

Thomas 118, 120 

William 31, 87, 88 

Babb, Benjamin 10 

John 13 

Joseph 174 

Richard 11 



Babb, coiit. 

Thomas 53 

William n 

Babbitt, Asa 322 

Babcock, Elijah 437, 438, 440 

Bacon, Naomi 424 

Nathaniel 240, 449 

Oliver 240, 386 

Rebecca 387, 411 

Retire 174 

Badger, Enoch 495 

Ezra 37 

James 21 

Joseph 54 

Joseph, Jr 54 

Nathaniel 22, 174 

Peaslee 54 

Stephen 77, 344, 431 

William 101 

Bagley, Andrew 174 

Jacob 24 

John 174 

Jonathan 24 

Winthrop 322, 430 

Bailash, Philip 94 

Bailey, Abner 135 

Albridge D 431 

Andrew 174 

Daniel 154. 334, 410 

David 134 

Dudley 8, 344, 431 

Ebenezer 155, 157 

George 214, 392 

Gordon 250 

James 8 

Jesse 102. 154 

Job 334 

Joel 102, 174 

John 44, 84, 133, 322 

John, Jr 134 

John Moore 134, 322 

Jonathan 134 

Jonathan, Jr 135 

Joseph 140 

Joshua 07, 135 

Joshua, Jr 134 

Luther 157 

Moses - 68, 230 

Philip 231 

Richard 174 

Samuel 79, 156 

Samuel, Jr 80 

Simon 27 

Solomon 112, 322 

William 8, 134 



INDEX 



551 



Baker, Amos 495 

Benjamin 66, 91, 262 

Daniel 392 

Ephraim 159 

Jesse 91 

John 174 

Joseph 18, 109 

Lovewell 109 

Moses 23 

Samuel 99, 102 

Samuel W 415 

Thomas... 72, 109, 308, 364, 392, 418 

Thomas, Jr 73 

William 23 

Balch, Andrew 72 

Benjamin 72 

Dorcas 411 

Hart 159, 476, 489, 491, 493 

John 72, 240 

Nathaniel 152 

Nathaniel, Jr 152 

Baldwin, Caleb 240 

Daniel 30 

Ephraim 31-33 

Jacob 308, 411 

John 79 

Nahum 4 

Eufus 80 

Thomas 22 

William 411 

Bales, William 159 

William, Jr 160 

Ball, Abner 174 

Benjamin 334 

Ebenezer 174 

Jonathan 126 

Nathaniel 149 

Peter 119 

Samuel 120, 376 

Samuel, Jr 119 

BaJlard, Jeremiah 62 

N 159 

Uriah 159, 488, 490, 492 

William Hudson 174 

Ballon, see also Blue. 

James 124 

Jared 200 

Maturin 122 

Rufus 308 

Russell 429 

Seth 123 

Silas 124 

Bamford, Robert 12 

Bancroft, Benjamin 125 

Caleb 150 



Bancroft, cnnt. 

James 94 

Timothy 308, 418 

BanfiU, Charles 114 

John 108, 120 

Joseph 120 

Tobias 120 

Banks, John 174 

Barber, Daniel 51 

Jethro 344, 433 

John 414 

JosiaJi 459 

Peter 322 

Robert 101, 137 

Robert, Jr 101 

Sarah 406 

W 489, 491, 494 

Zebulon 101, 458 

Barclay, see Barkley. 

Bard, William *. 109 

Barden, James 240 

Sarah 428 

Barker, Abijah 334, 393 

Alexander 447 

Benjamin 145, 308 

Daniel 159, 174, 489, 491, 493 

Ebenezer 147 

• Elijah 322 

Ephraim 4 

Ezra 146 

Francis 240 

John 52, 174, 240, 386 

Jonathan 52 

Mary 408 

Moody 393 

Nathan 147 

Nathaniel 149 

Noah 108 

Peter 262 

Philbrook 81 

Sally 387 

iSarah 393 

William 93 

Barkley, Robert 436, 442 

Barnard. Benjamin 144 

Edmund 334, 432 

Jacob 144 

Jonathan 174 

Joseph 68 

Moses 43 

Stephen 40 

Barnes. Amos 294, 400, 498, 501, 504 

507, 510, 513, 516, 519, 522, 525, 529 

Asa 14 

Bill 33 



552 



INDEX 



Barnes, cont. 

Elisha 344 

James 451 

Jeremiah 308 

Jonathan 66 

Eeuben 414 

Barnett, James 86 

John S5 

John, Jr 85 

Moses 84 

Eobert 224 

Barney, Constant 122 

David 122, 175 

John 376, 431 

Martin 415 

William 175 

Barr, John 175 

Barrett, Aaron 66 

Ezra 414 

Isaac 66, 70 

James S8 

John 66 

Jonathan 66 

Lemuel 322, 404, 414 

Moses 66. 70, SS, 175 

Nathaniel 5, 489, 491, 493 

Samuel 322 

Silas 66 

Simeon 70 

Zadock 66 

Barron, Abigail 434 

Benjamin M 434 

Fletcher 413 

John V 204, 405 

Joshua 175 

Moses 6, 250, 413 

Nathaniel 175 

Samuel 334 

William 149, 308, 406 

Barrows, Jacob 238, 400 

Samuel S 413 

Thomas 322, 413 

Barrus, Abraham 122 

Abraham, Jr 122 

Alvin 424 

Ebenezer 122 

Jeremiah 175, 424 

John 122 

Michael 122 

Nathan 175 

Oliver 122 

Barstow, Michael 250 

Barter. Henry 282, 476 

John 224 

Peter 468 



Bartlett, Abiel 42 

Anna 433 

Beri 394 

Daniel 175 

Ebenezer 78 

Evan 322 

George 40 

Gideon 25 

Jacob 89 

John.. 44, 51, 78, 101, 108. 113, 354 

Jonathan 109 

Joseph 137 

Joshua 77 

Joshua, Jr 77 

Josiah 76, 82, 218, 413 

Josiah Hall 101 

Matthias 48 

Nathan, Jr 78 

Nathaniel 322, 376, 396 

Philip 108 

Richard 109 

Samuel 106 

Stephen 109 

Thomas 106-108, 334 

Timothy 78 

Zadock" 308 

Barton. Aaron 208, 224 

Benjamin 376 

Bezaleel 376 

Josiah 250, 425 

Stephen 96 

Basf ord, Ebenezer 27 

James 175, 448 

Jonathan 65 

Joseph 137, 448 

Bass, Joseph 113 

Bassett, Martha 411 

Nathan 411 

Samuel 73, 175, 200. 308 

Batchelder, Abraham 90, 105 

Amos 334, 404 

Archelaus 262 

Benjamin 23, 42, 61, 240 

Breed 94 

Carter 62 

Daniel 90, 159 

David 43 

Davis 105 

Ebenezer 47 

Elisha 40 

Ephraim 43 

Francis 42 

Henry 104 

Increase 41, 105 

Isaac 56 



INDEX 



553 



IJatchelder, cont. 

James 104, 250 

Jeremiah ~4 

Jethro 90 

Jethro, Jr 90 

John.. 42, Gl, 74, 10(3, 3J4, 403, 45o 

456, 459 

John, Jr 41, 424 

Jonathan . .57, 5S, 175, 250, 406, 455 

457 

Joseph 75 

Josiah..40, 48, 75, 103, 354, 455, 456 

459 

Kinsley H 40S 

Libbv 90 

Mark 344, 393 

Xathan 42, 47, 90, 91, 455, 456 

Nathaniel 47, 63, 90, 104 

Nathaniel, 3d 43 

Nathaniel Gilman 47 

Phineas 47, 140 

Prince 457 

Samuel 104 

Simon 43, 47, 354, 421 

Stephen 41 

Stephen, Jr 41 

Stephen, 3d 42 

Thomas 47 

William 498, 501, 504, 507, 510 

513, 516, 519, 522, 525, 529 
Zachariah 104 

Bates, David 33 

John 175 

Nathaniel 45 

Batson, Nathaniel 97 

Stephen 97 

Battey, Silvanus 31 

Battis, see also Bettis. 

Sampson 397 

Baxter, Simon 4 

Simon, Jr 3 

Thomas 22 

Baybrick, Theophilus 80 

Bayley, see Bailey. 

Beach, Samuel 445 

Beacham, Richard 13S 

Beal, Aaron 94 

James 476 

Josiah 54 

William 94 

Beals, Jonathan 123 

Beaman, see also Bemain. 

Joseph 449 

Bean, Benjamin 17, 43, 136, 141 

175, 250, 430 



Bean, coiit. 

Daniel 175, 276, 376, 405 

David 23, 55, 141 

Ebenezer 364, 400, 473 

Enoch 57 

George 93 

Gideon 56 

James 21, 108, 214 

James, Jr 214 

Jeremiah 21, 77, 212, 354, 433 

John 25, 101, 137 

Joseph 17, 47, 101, 137, 294 

Joshua 21, 56 

Josiah 141 

Jude 56 

Levi 21 

Lydia 400 

Nathan 456 

Phineas 136 

Richard 21 

Richard, Jr 21 

Samuel 139 

Simeon 57, 58 

Sinclair 137 

Stephen 55 

William 21, 140 

Beard, William 95, 344 

Beck, Andrew 119 

George 218 

Henry 36 

John 117 

John. Jr 117 

Samuel 116, 119 

Thomas 282 

William US 

Beckman, John R 426 

Beckwith. Abel 3 

Andrew 4 

Byron 413 

Jabez 83 

Jemima 413 

Niles 175, 240 

Bedel, Ann 229 

Jane 229 

Joshua 250 

Thomas 16 

Timothv 228, 229, 435, 437, 438 

443 

Beden, John 448 

Beder, John 445 

Beede, Aaron 142 

Daniel 141 

Daniel, Jr 141 

Hezekiah 79 

Nathan 142 



554 



INDEX 



Beede, coiit. 

Phineas 175 

Rosiah 532, 535, 537 

Bezar, Alexander 445 

Beky, Ma g-nus 175 

Bela'oh, William 146 

Belding, Moses 162, 479 

Stephen 162 

Belknap, Ezekiel 8, 354 

Moses 9 

Nathaniel 134 

Bell, Abednego 97 

Benjamin, Jr 97 

Frederick M 468, 469 

John 15, 85 

Jonathan 334, 406 

Joseph 15, 87 

Joshua 224 

Matthew 96 

Meshech, Jr 96 

Meshech, 3d 97 

Sampson 97 

Thomas 97 

William M 461, 464, 466, 481, 482 

Bellows, Jesse 175 

Bemain, see also Beaman. 

George 450 

Bemis, Henry 94, 175, 322 

James 240 

Susanna 414 

Timothy 92 

Benjamin, Jonathan 175 

Bennett, Arthur 100 

Benjamin 393 

Cotton 100 

David 139, 423, 462 

Ebenezer 354, 421 

Eleazer 364, 402 

Elizabeth 393 

Ephraim 117 

Isaac 445 

Jeremiah 175, 344, 414 

John 19, 100, 402 

John, Jr 19, 100 

John H 397 

Josiah 100 

Moses 158 

Nathan 447 

Silas 32 

Spencer 140 

Thomas 99 

William 458 

Benson, Isaac 122 

John 97 

Joseph 115 

Susanna 398 



Beat, Nathan 240 

Benton, Abijah 294 

Adoniram 240 

Elijah 175, 427 

Elisha 238 

Howard 413 

Bergin, Edward Hall 3 

John 127, 238 

Berkeley', see Barkley. 

Berry, Caroline N 423 

Eleanor 414 

Ellett 29 

Ephraim 54 

George 12 

Jacob 132 

James 364 

Jeremiah 132 

Jeremiah, Jr liil 

John 12 

Jonathan 29 

Jotham 131 

Merrifield 131 

Nathaniel 12, 364 

Samuel 13 

Simon 28 

Stephen 13, 127 

Thomas 364 

W^alter 414 

William, Jr 132 

Bethel, Stephen 436, 441 

Bettis, see also Battis. 

Jonathan SO 

Bettison, Naboth 72, 240 

Betton, James 163 

Bevens, John 148 

Bickford, Aaron 468 

Abigail 403 

Andrew 294 

Benjamin 130 

Daniel 10 

Dennis 282, 475 

Dependence 98 

Henry 118 

Ichabod 98 

John 10, 106, 354, 421 

Jonathan 129 

Joseph 455, 457, 458 

Lemuel 127 

Micajah 81 

Paul 55 

Samuel 82, 282 

Samuel B 403 

Solomon 105 

Thomas 68, 106, 118 

Bickman, John E 354 

Bicknell, Nathan 49 



INDEX 



555 



Bidwell, Allen 240 

Anna 412 

Bigelow, Benjamin 114, 175 

Elnathan 232 

Eunice 233 

Sarah 233 

William 233 

Bill, David 58 

Ebenezer 58, 262 

Billings, Ebenezer 175 

Bills, Hannah 393 

Bingham, Elijah 83, 84 

Elisha 49 

Jonathan 79 

Nathaniel 31 

Reuben 83 

Silas 84 

Theodorus 31 

BJsbee, Noah 308 

Noah, Jr 228 

William Bradford 229 

Bishop, Bethuel 175 

Enos 436, 442 

John 31, 322, 415 

Nathan 30 

Samuel 92 

Bissell, Noadiah 322 

Robert 175 

Bitten, John 282 

Bixby, Andrew G5 

Benjamin 135 

Benjamin, Jr 135 

David 322 

Jacob 250 

Jonathan 250 

Samuel 322, 415 

Thomas 175 

William 415 

Black, Primus 442 

William 376, 398 

Blair, Elizabeth 422 

John 96, 111, 175 

William 95, 175, 262 

Blaisdell, Abner 115 

Daniel 48, 322 

Dolly 402 

Ebenezer ' 232 

Henrj^ 48 

Isaac 27, 233 

Jacob 48, 51 

James W 233 

John 48, 67, 282, 468, 492 

Jonathan 48, 154 

Loel 233 

Lvdia 233 



Blaisdell, coiit. 

Moses 48 

Nancy 233 

Nathaniel 27 

Oliver go 

Parrott 497 

I'hilip 354. 403 

IJfilph 4S, 78 

Samuel 7, 233, 344, 432 

Thomas 43,' 468 

William 152, 175 

Blake, Asahel 73, 105 

Christopher 282 

Dearborn 51 

Ebenezer 51, 175 

Eleazer 240, 386, 424 

Elijah 72 

Eliphalet 392 

Elisha 11, 75 

Elisha, Jr 75 

Hezekiah 40, 75, 175 

Isaac 322, 430 

Jedediah 52 

Jesse 153 

Jethro 53, 63 

John 12, 153 

John P 308 

Jonathan S, 40, 63, 105 

Jonathan, Jr 40 

Joseph 50, 71, 74 

Moses 74, 475 

Nathan 63, 71 

Nathan, Jr 73 

Nicholas 105 

Obadiah, Jr 70 

Oliver Smith 139 

Paine 52 

Paul 74, 457 

Philemon 75 

Philemon, Jr 74 

Phineas 105 

Robert 52 

Royal 73 

Samuel 53, 63 

'Seth 240 

Sherburne 105 

Theophilus 51 

Thomas 534, 537 

William 105 

Bla,nchard, Abiel 37 

Benjamin 26, 141, 160 

Benjamin, Jr 26 

Benjamin, 3d 25 

Daniel 158 

David 26, 159, 392 



656 



INDEX 



Elanchard, C(jnt. 

Edward 2(3 

Cieorge 159 

Isaac 262 

James 26, 461, 478, 4S3, 484 

Jonathan 25 

Joseph 29, 376, 392 

Joshua 159 

Jotham 112 

Richard 26 

Stephen 160 

Blandin, Jonathan 322, 395 

Bliffen, Ichabod 175 

Bliss, Abuer 58 

Azariah 80 

Azariah, Jr 80 

Daniel ; 80 

David 58 

Ebenezer 80 

Isaiah 80, 322 

Jonathan 58 

Jonathan, Jr 58 

Levi 58 

Stephen 80 

Blodgett, Amos 294, 425 

Asahel 69 

Caleb 461, 481 

Elijah 436, 443 

Ephraim 451 

Jacob 5, 175, 308, 450 

James 200 

Jeremiah 71 

Jonathan 70 

Joseph 71 

Joshua 276 

Josiah 270 

Nathan 41] 

Samuel 392 

Solomon 392 

Blood, Abel 276, 395 

Amos 334 

Daniel 175 

David 421 

Ebenezer 44 

Ephraim 175 

Francis 149, 175, 212 

Jonas, Jr 410 

Lemuel 376 

Levi 308, 376 

Nathan 175 

Simeon 240 

Thomas 262 

Zaccheus 175 

Blue, see also Ballou. 

Edward 42 



Blue, co)it. 

Janet 401 

Jonathan 42 

Samuel 459 

Blunt, Ephraim 90 

Ephraim, Jr 90 

John 131 

Samuel 26 

William 119 

Bly, Moses 354, 423 

William 82 

Boardman, Benjamin 322, 395 

Mary 399 

Bodg-e, Benjamin 83 

Samuel 83 

Boffee, Thomas 460 

Bohonon, Ananias 137 

Andrew 137 

Andrew, Jr 137 

Jacob 137 

Stephen 262, 396 

Bolster, Nathan 306 

Bond, Gilbert 282 

Henry 161 

Isaac 45 

John 54, 59 

John, Jr 59 

Samuel 161, 276 

Silas 397 

Stephen 58 

Stephen, Jr 58 

William 250, 376, 397 

Boodey, John 12 

Booth, Freegrace 84 

George 66 

Oliver 83 

Bootman, Nathaniel 262 

Borden, Nathaniel 451 

Boston, Anthony 176 

Bosworth, Jonathan 250 

Bourne, Amos 124 

Boutell, see also Boutwell. 

Joseph 4, 6 

Reuben 4 

Boutwell, see also Boutell. 

Amos 450 

Kendall 5 

Bowd,en, ^Michael 148 

Bowen, Jeremiah 176, 322, 412 

Jeremiah, Jr 176 

John 137 

John A 412 

Sarah 424 

Thomas 124 

William 250, 406 



INDEX 



557 



Bowers, Jerahmeel 250, 409 

Jeremiah 250 

Nehemiah 12G 

Bowes, Elisha 451 

Bowker, Samuel W 308 

Bowles, James 498, 501, 504, 507, 510 

513, 516, 519, 522, 525, 528, 531, 534 

537 

John 17 

John, Jr 17 

Samuel 115, 404 

Thomas 116 

Bowley, John 322, 403 

Bowman, Abiatha 376 

Andrew 99 

Francis 234 

Jonas 64, 65 

Nancy 235 

Thankful 399 

Boyd, Alexander 86 

Arthur 88 

John 116 

Joseph 7 

Nathaniel 91 

Eobert 89, 95 

Eobert, Jr 89 

Samuel 91, 95, 224, 450 

Thomas 88 

William 88 

Boyes, Betsey 434 

James...' 86, 176, 282, 471 

John 15 

Joseph 87 

Paul 124 

Robert 86 

Samuel 87 

Thomas 14 

William 95 

Boyles, George 423 

Boynton, Berthier 428 

David 428 

David E 308 

Elias 176, 334, 430 

Jacob 176 

John 58 

John, Jr .58 

Joseph 158, 478, 483 

Joshua 25, 176 

Moses 334 

Richard 250 

Samuel 145 

William 90 

Bozard, Jonathan 122 

Bracebridg-e, Edward T'S 

Brackenbury, Samuel 69 



Brackett, Benning- 100 

Ebenezer 53 

Ichabod 99 

James 81 

Joseph 82 

Joshua .99, 120 

Bradbury, Ephraim 148 

John 90 

Sanders 70 

Bradford, Andrew 7 

Benjamin 44, 214 

Enos 5 

John 7, 134, 334 

Samuel 66, 308, 465 

Simon 134 

Timothy 65 

William 4, 44, 354, 450 

Bradley, Benjamin-. 344, 397 

Jeremiah 35 

John 35 

Jonathan 70 

Josiah 28 

Philbrick 344 

Timothy 36 

Timothy, Jr 36 

William" 176 

Bradshaw, Joshua 59 

Brady, Benjamin 82 

Brag-don, Amos 364, 417 

James 176 

Samuel 176 

Solomon , 364 

Bragg-, Benjamin 102 

Luther 72 

Brainerd,, Asaph 83 

Enoch 395 

Jabez 376 

Shubael 83 

Urijah 83 

Branscomb, William 61 

Brassey, Samuel 107 

P>reck, Cyrus 408 

Breed, Ebenezer 156 

John 176 

Nathaniel 94 

Nathaniel, Jr 94 

Zephaniah 156 

Breeder, Samuel 176 

Brett, Seth 161 

Seth, Jr 162 

Brewer, David 462 

Isaac 150 

James 92, 308 

Moses 262 

Brewster, Caleb 119 



558 



INDEX 



Brewster, cnvt. 

Daniel 113 

David 86, IIG 

Eleanor 404 

Isaac 85, 404 

James 334 

John 127, 294 

:Moses 120 

Paul 13 

Samuel 12 

William 113 

Briard, John 116 

Samuel 114 

Brickett, Barnard 29 

James 407 

Bridges, Daniel 493 

Brido-man, Gideon 322, 401 

Thomas 401 

Brien, John 14 

Brig-o-s, Caleb 157 

Eliphalet 72 

Eliphalet, Jr 71, 74 

Elisha 72 

Jacob 250 

Nathaniel 72, 250, 421 

Brigham, Abner 39, 176 

Ephraim 3 

John 376, 392 

Brimhall. Sarah 426 

Silvanus 294 

Britton, Asa 308, 398 

David 157 

Ebenezer 156, 158 

Ebenezer, 2d 157 

Job 224 

John 308 

Samuel 176 

Seth 157 

William . .- 157 

Brock, Nicholas 11 

Paul 415 

Brockelbank, Samuel 154 

Brockwav, William 157 

Woolston 148 

Broderick, William 176 

Brooks, Abraham 92 

Amos 240 

Barnabas 34 

Benjamin 34 

Benjamin, Jr 35 

Cornelius 35 

Daniel 364 

Job 308 

John 334. 40S 

Jonas 322, 395 



Brooks, conf. 

Joseph 176 

Samuel 56 

Simon 3, 4 

William 334, 407 

Broughton, Benjamin 118 

John 118 

Joseph 118 

Brown, Aaron 24, 111, 158 

Abel 144, -176, 294 

Abijah 94 

Abraham 3, 4, 48, 50, 69 

Abraham, Jr 3, 50 

Alexander 450 

Asenath 233 

Benjamin 10, 49, 69, 75, 103 

144, 294 

Benjamin, Jr 49 

Caleb 76. 344. 405 

Charles !.364, 418 

Clark 22 

Daniel 364 

David 75, 102 

Ebenezer 160 

Ebenezer, Jr 43 

Edward 176, 294 

Elias 4 

Eliphalet 138 

Elisha 143 

Enoch 455 

Enslie 240 

Ephraim 44, 150, 158 

Ezekiel 49 

Fanny 233 

Francis 20, 250 

Iluo-h 164 

Isaac 143, 200 

Jacob 99, 103 

James 42, 344, 354, 409, 458 

Jemima 418 

Jeremiah 354. 420, 427. 456 

Jeremiah, Jr 420 

Job 131 

John.. IS, 103, 106, 143, 150, 159, 233 

418, 422, 435-438, 440, 441, 444-446 

448, 451, 528, 532 

•John, Jr 11 

Jonas 334 

Jonathan 24, 75, 131 

Joseph 4. 12. 40. 60. 75. 308 

Joseph, Jr 75 

Joshua 50, 354, 398 

Joshua, Jr 103 

Josiah 11, 75, 155, 176 

Lavinia 233 



INDEX 



559 



Brown, cout. 

Lydia 431 

Marv 233 

Michael 176 

Miriam 427 

Moses GO, 62, 129, 158, 294, 424 

Nathan 62, 282, 294, 354 

Nathaniel 40, 87 

Nehemiah 24, 200 

Nicholas 12, 107 

Oliver 308, 398 

Parker 232 

Peter 151, 176, 334 

• Philip 48 

Phineas 30 

Kelief 233 

Eeuben 42 

Eichard: 133, 152, 464 

Robert 48 

Samuel 24, 28, 60, 62, 66, 141 

Samuel, Jr 60, 62 

Sewall 24, 176, 354 

Simon 104 

Stephen 75 

Stephen, Jr 75 

Thomas 129, 282, 334, 393, 420 

Thomas, Jr 130 

Timothy 40, 142 

Tristram 431 

Truce 354 

Uriah 424 

William 28, 30, 75, 160, 208, 233 

262, 421, 450 
Zachariah 62 

Bruce, Josiah 176 

Timothy 306 

Brudd, Thomas K 334 

Bryan t. Amos 240 

Andrew 59 

Betsey 235 

Daniel C 308 

Diana 235 

Israel 262 

Jeremiah 235 

Jeremiah S 234 

Jeremy 99 

John 17, 18. 176, 417 

Joseph 10 

Priscilla 235 

Richard 110 

Robert 9T 

Sally 235 

Silvanus 376 

Walter 99 

Walter, Jr 99 



Bryer, John 138 

Buck, Amasa 322 

Isaac 444 

Buckley Rhoda 415 

Buckm'an, Elias 322, 408 

Buckminster, Benjamin M 393 

Buckman, Joses 262 

Buel, Aaron 102, 103 

Abraham 102 

Daniel 102 

Joseph 102 

Buffum, Jedediah 123 

Bugbee, Nathaniel 250 

Peter 376 

Bullard, Ebenezer 176 

Luther 229 

Lyman 229 

Nathan 344, 425 

Rufus 229 

Simeon 45 

Thomas G 228 

Bullock, Jeremiah 123 

Nathan 123 

Peter 406 

Bumf ord, Charles 13 

Jacob 138 

Bump, Jacob 123 

Bundj', Philip E 421 

Bunker, Dodavah 10 

James S3 

Jonathan 10 

Joseph 10 

Zachariah 218 

P.unton, Andrew 2, 451 

John 2, 344 

Burbank, Aaron 53 

Abner 53 

Caleb 68 

David 16, 20, 354 

Ebenezer 38 

John 68 

Jonathan 276, 406 

MoiStjs 15 

Moses, Jr 16 

Samuel 16, 70, 71 

Samuel, Jr 70 

Wells 448 

William 218, 400 

Burbeck, James 322 

Burke. Jonathan 444 

Joseph 262 

Btirleigh. Abigail 405 

Benjamin 401 

David 145 

Elizabeth 401 



560 



INDEX 



Bi^rleigh. cnnt. 

Jacob 100 

John 29, 100, 145 

Joseph 344 

Josiah S3, 101 

Moses 101 

Nathaniel 138 

Peter 425 

Samuel 82, 99 

Sarah 425 

Stephen 138, 294 

Thomas 51, 141 

Wheeler 145 

William 101, 250, 486 

William, Jr 101 

Burnap, Joseph 344 

Nathan 45 

Samuel 150 

Burnham, Abraham 47 

Ammi 262 

Amos 77 

Andrew 334 

Asa 46 

Benjamin 176 

Ebenezer 82 

George 401, 468, 481 

Gideon 157 

Ira 229 

Jacob 106 

James 294, 354, 427 

John 229, 282, 388, 401 

Joseph 228, 468 

Joshua 81, 262 

Josiah 99 

Mary 229 

Nathan 46 

Ofeo 66 

Pike G 320, 411 

Euhama 407 

Samuel 46, 106 

Stephen 7 

Timothy D 229 

Burns, George 5, 71 

George, Jr 71 

James 176 

John 4, 5, 14, 95, 176, 238, 432 

John, Jr 5 

Robert 14, 95 

Thomas 4 

William 14, 70, 71 

Burpee, Isaac 334, 417 

Jeremiah 23 

Jonathan 395 

Joseph 395 

Nathan 176. 276 

Nathaniel 23, 354, 395 



Bui-rill, Thomas 4 

Burroughs, Daniel 4 

George 88 

Joel 3 

John 3 

John, Jr .3 

Josiah SS, 176 

Nathaniel 176 

Timothy 3 

William 88, 262 

William, 2d 262 

Burseil, James 212 

Moses 214, 354 

Burt, Amasa 162 

Enos 157 

Joseph 157 

Burter, Jemima 405 

Burton, Abraham 159 

John 159, 160 

John. Jr 159 

Jonathan 159 

Susanna 433 

Burts, Bobert 22 

Buss, Joseph 204 

Lydia 411 

Samuel 240 

Silas 160 

Stephen 160 

Buswell, Anna 413 

Caleb 36 

Daniel 262 

Elias 334, 426 

Hammond 413 

James 69, 429 

John 126, 397 

Noah 294 

Eichard 322 

Samiiel 24, 77 

Butler, Alfred 121 

Benjamin 106, 282 

Edmund 116 

George 176 

Gideon 176 

Henry 106 

John'. Ill, 176, 322, 449 

John, Jr 162 

Jonathan 334, 415 

Joseph 416 

Josiah 66 

Thomas 66 

Tobias 95 

Zephaniah 106 

Butterfield, Abraham 159 

Ephraim 161 

Isaac 8, 448 

James 156 



INDEX 



661 



Biitterfield, cant. 

John 29, l.iS 

Jonas 157 

Joseph 160 

Oliver 334, 401 

Peter 334 

Phineas 404 

Robert 334, 404 

Stephen 160 

Butters, Samuel 36 

Buttriek, Oliver 334 

Buxton, James I.j6 

Buzzell, Benjamin 13 

Daniel 78, 218, 393 

Edward 140 

Elijah 471, 495 

Henry 294, 424 

Jacob P 417 

James 17 

John 13 

Jonathan 294, 394, 471 

Joshua 204 

Martha 417 

Mary 394 

Moses 417 

Nathaniel 140 

Nathaniel, Jr 140 

Samuel 12 

Thomas 12 

William 40, 303 

Byam, Benjamin 150 

John 354 

Cady, David 161 

Cairns, James 15 

Caldwell, Alexander 69 

James... 14, 69, 95, 164, 176, 262, 450 

James, Jr 69 

John 69, 71, 176 

Joseph 70 

Paul 176 

Samuel 69. 153. 176, 262, 498. 501 

504, 507, 509, 510, 512, 513, 515, 516 

519 

Thomas 46, 70 

William 14, . S3 

Calef , James 398 

John 77 

John, Jr 77 

Joseph 354 

William 136 

Calf e, John 60 

Joseph 76 

Robert 27 

William 78 



Call, David 114 

Moses 15, 16 

Silas 16 

Stephen 137, 459 

Callahan, Thomas 294 

Calley, Daniel 396 

Eliphalet 49 

John 50, 473 

Jonathan 50, 364 

Josiah 473 

Lydia 403 

Samuel 146 

Thomas 50 

Thomas, Jr 51 

Thomas J 403 

William 146 

William, Jr 146 

Cambridge, John 242 

Cammett, John 24 

Jonathan 24 

Samuel 498, 501, 504, 507, 510 

513, 516, 519, 522, 525, 529 

Silas 24, 176 

Thomas 498, 501, 504, 507, 510 

513, 516, 519, 522, 525, 529, 532 

Camp, Israel 364 

Reuben 450 

Campbell, Alexander 88 

Andrew 135, 296 

Annis 40 

Daniel 7, 240, 262 

David 64, 88 

Henry 87, 163, 164 

Hugh 14, 135 

Hugh, Jr 135 

James 22, 163, 200, 334, 376 

Jesse 376 

John 70, 121, 163, 176 

Robert 65, 95, 176, 264, 450 

Samuel 164 

Thomas 176 

William 95, 336, 404 

Campernell, David 214 

Canney, Amos 468 

Charity 422 

John 294, 468 

Capee, Georg-e 436, 442 

Capen, Ebenezer 250 

Capron, Nathan 308 

Oliver 123, 176 

Thomas 442 

Carbee, Joel 324 

Card. Edward 97 

Henry 97 

John 97 



562 



INDEX 



Card. cnnt. 

Samuel 468 

Carew, Michael 76 

William 100 

Carey, Barnabas 126 

William 83, 84 

Carleton, Benjamin 125, 177 

Daniel 401 

Dean 2 

Ebenezer 204, 386 

Edward IS, 238, 448 

Enoch 495 

James 126 

Jesse 177, 252 

John 109, 135, 336 

Jonathan 58 

Joseph 134 

Kimball 31 

Nathaniel 177 

Oliver 5 

Peter 250 

Eebecca 394, 417 

Ruth 401 

Samuel 177 

Thomas 177, 354, 401 

Timothy 240, 336 

William 108, 125 

Woodman 238, 394 

Carlisle, Alexander 177 

Daniel 449 

Lydia 432 

Carney, John 448 

Timothy 177 

Carpenter, Abisha 161 

Benjamin 149, 308 

Da\-id 308, 411' 

Ebenezer 72, 308 

Eliphalet 73 

Ephraim 376 

Jedediah 73 

Jonathan 148 

Nathan 149 

Nathaniel 252 

Samuel 122, 177 

Carr, Bradbury 29 

David 17, 400 

Ezekiel 153 

Francis 30 

Jacob 334 

James 238, 262, 388, 464, 466 

471, 472, 481, 482 

Jesse 346, 420 

John... 17, 20, 24, 29, 52, 86, 89, 152 

John, Jr 20 

John, 2d 52 



Carr, cont. 

Joseph 26, 29 

Mark 29 

Nathan 177, 376, 430 

Oliver P 389 

Parker 27 

Eobert 334 

Samuel 88, 93 

Sanders 77 

Thomas 95. 240 

Timothy 30 

Williani 336 

Carriel, Pamelia 397 

Sally 397 

Carrig-ain, Philip 37 

Carroll, Aaron 376 

Carruth, James 78 

Carter, Benjamin G 117 

Daniel 37, 346, 414 

David 16 

Ephraim 25, 144 

Ezekiel 37 

Ezra 36 

Henry 116, 404 

Hubbard 448 

Jacob 35, 78, 354, 404 

Jacob, Jr 78 

John 47, 95, 399 

Michael 264, 406 

Moses 78 

Nathan 344, 395 

Samuel 48 

Samuel, Jr 48 

Stephen 460 

Thomas 78 

Winthrop 16 

Cartlin, Joseph 83 

Carty, John 54 

Casey, John 53 

Cass, Abel 417 

Benjamin 23 

Daniel 123, 485 

Daniel, Jr 123 

David 123 

John 54, 123 

Jonathan 48, 139. 177. 478, 483 

Joseph 122, 449 

Joseph. Jr 123 

Levi 53 

Luke 124 

Moses 486 

Nason 449 

Simon 53 

Theophilus 344, 407 

Zenas 112 



INDEX 



563 



Caswell. Elijah 105 

Eliphalet 439, 534, 537 

Gilbert 49S, 501, 504, 507 

Joseph 294, 428 

Eichard 105 

Timothy 106 

William 425 

Gate, Andrew 282 

Elisha 138 

Enoch 138, 455, 456 

James 138 

James, Jr 138 

John 10, 53 

Joseph 12 

Xeal 364 

Samuel 41, 90, 115, 403, 455, 456 

Samuel White 119 

Solomon 12 

Stephen 145 

William, Jr 10, 13, 119 

William T .^ 396 

Cater, Edward 11, 294 

John 11 

Levi 110 

Cavender, Charles 334, 495 

Caverly, Charles 177 

John 11, 177 

Philip 11 

Thomas 13 

Caverno, John 13 

Cavis, Nathaniel 18 

Cawin, William 177 

Cawle3% see Calley. 

Chadbourne, Thomas 38 

Chaddock, Jonas 447 

Chad wick, Abigail 410 

Edmund 16, 478 

John 67, 262, 498, 501, 504, 507 

510, 513, 516, 519, 522, 525, 528, 531 

Joseph 264 

Joshua 310, 424 

Chaffin, David .376 

Phineas 376 

Challis, see also Chellis. 

Benjamin 397 

Christopher 282, 402 

Ephraim 282 

John 137 

Nathaniel 306, 397 

Thomas 376, 481 

William 78 

Chamberlain, Abiel 90 

Abner 449 

Benjamin 177, 449 

Daniel 451 



Chamberlain, cant. 

David 449 

Ebenezer 451 

Elias 449 

Elisha 310, 429 

Ephraim 294, 451 

Henry 157 

Increase 158 

Isaac 158 

Ithamar 31 

James 45, 128, 242, 488, 490, 492 

Jason 294 

Jedediah 157 

Job 158 

John 157, 177 

Joseph 446 

Judith 396 

Samuel 90, 91, 128 

Simon 16I 

Thomas 157 

Wilder 177 

William 127 

Chambers, Henry 439 

Matthew 224 

William 65 

Champney, Richard 115 

Chandler, Aaron 157 

Abiel 276, 427 

Abner 112 

Benjamin 118 

Daniel 37 

Ebenezer 159 

Eliza 233 

Isaac 68 

Joel 3 

Jonathan 112, 113 

Joseph 9, 50, 51, 68, 354 

Josiah 276, 535, 538 

Maria 233 

Moses 494 

Nathan 35, 346 

Nathaniel 105 

Peter 177, 252 

Samuel .4, 44, 336, 393 

Thomas 232 

Zachariah 14 

Zebulon 4 

Chapin, Aaron 149 

Hiram 149 

Jesse 336 

Justus 149 

Chaplin, Ebenezer 125 

Joseph 27G 

Micah 240 

Michael 495 



564 



INDEX 



Chapman, David 99 

Edmund 51 

Elias 364 

Elisha 364, 425 

Horace 392 

Jeremiah 125 

John 51, 58 

John, Jr 50 

Jonathan 224 

Joseph 86, 100, 218 

Richard 378, 392 

Samuel 72, 100, 104, 146 

Sarah 415, 421 

Simeon 53 

Smith 356 

Stephen 324, 449 

Valentine 364, 394 

Chase, Abner 152 

Abraham 39 

Amos 151 

Benjamin 282, 486 

Charles '. 143 

Daniel 36, 143 

Dudley 154 

Dudley L 145, 478, 484 

Ebenezer 21 

Edmund 100 

Edward 147 

Elihu 76 

Elihu, Jr 76 

Enoch 47, 465, 467, 482 

Ezekiel 71 

George 427 

Jacob 86 

James 52, 233 

James, Jr 50 

John... 37, 76, 103, 136, 143, 156, 376 

Jonathan 51,67, 138, 147, 294 

Jonathan, Jr 142, 146 

Joseph 376, 494 

Joshua 71, 177 

Josiah 41, 51, 276 

Lucinda 233 

Mary 233, 406 

Moody 27 

Moses 41, 146, 354, 394, 401 

Nancy 233 

Nathan ...76 

Nathaniel... 20, 59, 76, 161, 177, 233 

Nehemiah 143 

Parker 324 

Perley 354 

Samuel 394 

Sarah 418 

Sarah Ann 233 



Chase, cont. 

Seth 39 

Simon 232 

Stephen 41, 70, 76 

Stephen, Jr 71, 96 

Theophilus 233 

Thomas 140, 427 

Wells 27 

William 145 

Chattell, Thomas 55 

Chatterton, Joseph 2 

Chellis, see also Challis. 

Christopher 475 

Elizabeth 412 

Enos 177, 498, 501, 504, 507, 510 

513, 516, 519, 522, 525, 528, 531, 534 

Thomas 40, 475 

Cheney, Benjamin 84 

Daniel 88, 324 

Ebenezer 354, 398 

Eliphalet 177 

Hannah 401 

Isaac 46 

James 88 

John 7 

Jonathan 177, 276 

Joseph 177, 264 

Moses 20, 177 

Nathaniel 177, 276, 324 

Samuel 431 

Thomas 354 

Tristram 7 

William 401 

Cherry, Samuel. . .464, 466. 471, 472, 481 

Chesley, Corydon 294 

Daniel 81 

Ebenezer 129 

George 81 

James 127, 364 

John 107, 421, 356 

Joshua 214 

Lemuel 81 

Sawyer 107 

William 177 

Chesmer, Jacob 45 

Cheswell, Wentworth 100 

Chevalier, Joseph 445 

Child, Amos 94 

Chipman, Jesse 444 

Choate, Benjamin 282 

David 252, 403 

Humphrey 40I 

Jacob 69 

James 356, 401 

Jonathan 294 



INDEX 



665 



Christy, George 96 

Jesse Ofi 

Thomas 89 

Chubbuck, Levi 238 

Church, Ebenezer 58 

Iddo 177 

Jabez 204 

James 11, 102 

John 11, 46, 426, 445 

Joseph 451 

Joshua 498, 501, 504, 507, 510 

513, 516, 519, 522, 525, 529, 532 

Nathaniel 11, 218 

Simeon 177 

Thomas 177 

Churchill, Joseph 460 

Thomas 99 

Churchwoo'd, Arthur 177 

Cilley, Aaron 95 

Benjamin 153 

Cutting- 106 

Hannah 432 

Jacob 142 

John 40, 142 

Jonathan 177, 264, 483 

Joseph... 106, 214, 421, 474, 477, 498 

501, 504, 507, 510, 513, 516, 519, 522 

525, 528, 531, 534, 536, 537 

Moses 137 

Samuel 142, 154, 177, 376, 393 

Thomas 142, 272, 432 

Thomas, Jr 142 

William 55 

Claggett, Cynthia 433 

Clancy, Jeremiah 116 

Clapp", Daniel 510, 513, 516, 518 

519, 522, 525 

John 336 

Preserved 177 

Roswell 398 

Supply 113 

Clark, Alexander 89 

Amos 59 

Anthony 276, 431 

Benjamin 52, 64, 81 

Bunker 94 

Caleb 22, 473 

Cephas 72 

Daniel 13, 16, 20, 145, 147, 148 

David 284, 495 

Eleazer 34 

Eleazer, Jr 34 

Ephraim 44, 450 

Hannah 412 

Henry 23 



Clark, cont. 

Ichabod 3 

Isaac 72, 81 

Jacob 12, 52 

James 450' 

Jesse 72, 447 

John 24, 87, 115, 138, 147, 177 

276, 306, 324 

Jonathan 13, 50, 56, 93, 105, 218 

252, 306, 324, 400, 431 

Jonathan, Jr 49, 400 

Joseph 29, 68, 100, 116, 138, 146 

Joseph, Jr 145 

Josiah 106, 120, 324, 396, 420 

457-459 

Josiah, Jr 457 

Matthew 85 

Michael 451 

Moses 147, 148, 412 

Nathaniel 20, 240, 356, 423, 473 

Nathaniel, Jr 423 

Nathaniel S 324 

Nicholas 138 

Ninian 96 

Norman 399 

Eichard 22 

Robert 91, 282 

Sally 428 

Samuel 19, 51, 85, 89, 96, 388 

423, 447 

Sarah 398 

Satchel ; 138 

Simeon, Jr 73 

Solomon 130 

Stephen 24, 52, 346 

Taylor 146 

Thomas 6, 117 

William.. 2, 64, 96, 97, 106, 308, 398 

Clarkson, James 119 

Clay, John 23, 177, 354 

William, Jr 425 

Clayes, Elijah 465, 466, 481 

Clear, Philip 282 

Cleasby, Joseph 276, 397 

Cleaves, Nathan 7 

Clement or Clements. 

Amos C 423 

Benjamin 320 

Christopher 135 

Ezra 154 

Hannah 423 

James 46, 83 

Jesse 154 

Job 128 

John 9, 67, 69, 136, 324, 394 



566 



INDEX 



Clement, cant. 

Jonathan 1~, 154 

Nathaniel fi" 

Peletiah IS 

Eeuben 1~" 

Richard 476 

Samuel I^jG 

Simeon 324 

Thomas 294 

Timothy 240 

William 135, 37G 

Clendenin, Andrew 85 

David S4 

Eobert S7 

Cleveland, Aaron l'^7 

Solomon 451 

Clifford, Benjamin 50 

David 21 

Ebenezer 74, 137 

Hezekiah 51 

Isaac 40, 344, 414 

Israel 46, 455, 456 

John 24 

John, Jr 77 

Joseph 57, 58, 75, 77 

Joseph E 414 

Richard, Jr 51 

Samuel 17, 21, 75 

Stephen 52, 77 

Tristram 456 

William 276, 468 

Zachariah 23 

Closson, Nathan 177, 386 

Clough, Abner 55, 106, 346, 414 

Benjamin 77, 144, 177 

Caesar 477 

Caleb 106 

Cornelius 7'7 

Daniel 56, 57, 534, 537 

David 55, 68, 364 

Elijah 48 

Elisha 18 

Elisha, Jr 18 

Elizabeth 426 

Ezekiel 49, 143 

Henry 26 

Humphrey 140, 177 

Isaiah 57 

Jacob 455 

James 69 

Jeremiah 25 

John 135, 294, 434 

Jonathan 18, 40, 47, 90, 177 

Josei)h 37, 177, 294, 397, 414 

Josiah 135, 426 



Clough, co)it. 

Leavitt 26 

Nehemiah 26 

Obadiah 25 

Oliver 294, 417 

Eeuben i:!9. 141 

Richard 18, 24 

Richard, Jr 18 

Samuel 24, 56 

Sarah 397 

Simon 55 

Theophilus 24 

Thomas 25, 457 

Thomas, Jr 26 

Timothy 154 

William 136, 144 

William, Jr 135 

Winthrop 153 

Zaccheus 81, 177 

Cloutman, Eliphalet 12 

John 131 

Thomas 131 

Clyde, Hugh 164 

John 163 

Joseph 163 

Coates, Benjamin 451 

Cobb, Daniel 156, 262 

Ebenezer 150 

Francis 376 

Isaac 156 

Meletiah 262 

Seth 150 

Stephen 150 

Cobby, James 177, 224 

Cobleig-h, Daniel 31 

John 30 

Jonathan 30, 31 

Oliver 30 

Coburn, Amasa 31 

Amos 160 

Andrew 30 

Benjamin 31 

Benoni 178 

George 159 

Morrill 222, 376, 378, 407 

Cochran, Elijah 94, 334 

Isaac 89, 164 

Jacob 137 

James... 84, 86, 89, 95, 163, 336, 450 

James, Jr 84, 109 

James, 3d 110 

John 5, 84, 96, 110, 163 

John. Jr 95. 109, 163 

Joseph 87, 110 

Nathaniel 94 



INDEX 



567 



Cochran, emit. 

N inian Do 

Peter 96 

Robert 88, 437, 444-44G, 450 

Samuel 88, 445 

Thomas 96 

William 87, 108, 110, 178 

Cockle, John 240 

Codding, Abijah 240 

Codman, Henry 4 

William . ." 5 

Coff een, Eleazer 126 

Coffin, Abner 178 

Amos 61 

Enoch 50, 52, 344 

George 428 

Moses 51 

Peter 17, 411 

Primus 473 

Robert 494 

vStephen 38 

William 36, 49 

Cofran, James 110 

Joseph 212, 420 

Coggin, Joseph 5 

Cogswell, Amos 178, 294 

Jeremy 55 

Joseph B 389, 393 

Judith 393 

Nathaniel 9 

Nathaniel Peaslee 178 

William 178, 388 

Colbath, Dependence 10, 468 

Downing 469 

George 356, 423 

Hunking 128 

Joseph 98, 214 

Winthrop 107 

Colbetat, Pilancon 118 

Colburn, Abigail 410 

Amos 478 

Asa 79 

Benjamin 178, 413 

Charles 346, 419 

David 80 

Elias ..: 150 

John 79, 392 

John H 417 

Leonard 404 

Mary 410 

Miriam 413 

Nathan 178, 410 

Nathaniel 449 

Peter U 410 

Stephen 79 



Colby, Abner 67 

Abraham 18, 38 

Anthony 67 

Benaiah 24 

Benjamin 138, 139, 344, 429, 432 

Chilis F 431 

Daniel 144 

David 88, 89, 178, 475 

Eben 276 

Ebenezer 139, 364, 425 

Ebenezer, Jr 425 

Edmund 26 

Elijah 18 

Eliphalet 64, 67 

Enoch 23, 324 

Ephraim 137 

Er 144 

Hezekiah 46 

Ichabod 364, 434 

Isaac 67, 138 

Jacob 46 

James 78, 264 

Jethro 28 

John 17, 23, 28, 138, 139, 155 

178, 476, 535, 538 

John, Jr 154 

John T. G 434 

Jonathan 139 

Joseph 37, 38 

Lot 36 

Moses. . .39. 41, 46, 344, 498, 501, 504 
507, 510, 513, 516, 519, 522, 525, 529 

532 

Nathan 137 

Nehemiah 67 

Nehemiah 67 

Orlando 139 

Peter 139 

Salem 532, 535, 537 

Samuel 25 

Sarah 403 

Sargent 46 

Spencer 178 

Stephen 264 

Theophilus 178, 282, 461 

Thomas 155, 276, 395 

William 68, 472 

Willoughby 18 

Colcord, Daniel 76 

Ebenezer 20, 21 

Ebenezer, Jr 21 

Edward 101 

Gideon 100 

John 250 

Jonathan lOO 



568 



INDEX 



Colcord, coiit. 

Joseph 100, 354 

Josiah 100 

Samuel 19, 76 

Thomas 240 

Cole, Adam 135 

Amos 35 

Daniel 376, 423 

Ebenezer 122 

Eliphalet 264 

John 6, 157 

Jonathan, Jr 157 

Jonathan, 3d 158 

Nathan 6, 324 

Parker 222, 378 

Samuel 35 

Solomon 133, 250, 476 

Thomas 421 

Coleman, Eleazer 128 

James 97, 294 

John 98 

Joseph 98 

Phineas, Jr 98 

Collaniore, John 110 

Collet, John 107 

Collins, Benjamin 26, 498, 502 

Daniel 92, 178 

David 426 

Ebenezer 48, 67 

John 116, 136, 140, 178, 468 

John, Jr 97 

Jonathan 47, 77 

Joseph 40, 92 

Eiehard 144 

Robert 139 

Samuel 156, 354 

Tristram 41 

William 78 

Colony, Daniel 218 

John 73 

Richard 224, 468 

Colton, Caleb 448 

Como, Francis 276, 489, 491, 493 

Comstock, Azariah 123, 178 

Azariah, Jr 122 

Moses 123 

Samuel 310, 416 

Samuel, Jr 416 

Conant, Abel 178 

Amos 34 

Caleb 324, 415 

Jonathan 262 

Roger 157 

Rufus 334 

Solomon 252 



Cone, Jared 238, 399 

Coneck, James 178 

Conet, Joshua 88 

Connolly, David 88 

John 446 

William 294 

Connor, David 68, 110 

Ebenezer 50 

Eliphalet 282 

George 76 

Hannah 422 

Jeremiah 56 

John 110 

John Thing 68, 498, 501, 504, 507 

510, 513, 516, 519, 522, 525, 528, 531 

Joseph 68 

Morgan 99 

Moses 68 

Nathan 414 

Philip 93 

Samuel 51, 110 

Tristram 493 

Conroy, Samuel 178, 334 

Stephen 264, 410 

Converse, Robert 92 

Samuel Davis 32 

Zebulon 125 

Cook, Abel H 433 

Abraham 130, 234 

Betsey 431 

Charlotte 418 

Cynthia 235 

Daniel 294 

Ebenezer 73, 152, 178, 364, 426 

Francis 310, 433 

George 124 

James 214 

Jesse 79 

John 99, 127, 152, 282, 468 

Jonathan 364 

Josiah 3 

Mehitabel 431 

Moody 324 

Nathaniel 153 

Peter 294, 431 

Peter A 395 

Samuel S 418 

Silas 72 

Solomon 320 

William 124 

Cooley, Aaron 250 

John 250, 451 

Coolidge, Paul 336 

Coombs. John 178, 282 

Lydia 433 



INDEX 



569 



Cooper, Aaron 66 

Benjamin 77 

Ebenezer 32 

Elijah 308 

John 39, 158, 178, 498, 501, 507 

510, 513, 516, 519, 522, 525, 528, 531 
534, 537 

John, Jr 39 

Jonathan 252 

Joseph 178 

Nathaniel 3 

Sherman 376, 400 

William 143 

Copp, Aaron 178, 224 

Benjamin 38, 130 

David 134, 152, 492 

Ebenezer 59 

Jonjathan .153 

Jonathan, 2d 418 

Joseph 178, 282 

Josiah 364 

Moses 153 

Solomon 139 

Corbett, Eldad 446 

Corbin, Clement 306, 397 

Ezbond 397 

Corey, Benoni 38 

Benjamin 406 

Oliver 178 

Oliver, Jr 178 

Samuel 308, 406 

Corliss, Asa 134 

Daniel 133 

Elihu 421 

Elisha 322 

James 135 

Jonathan 133 

Joshua 60 

Nathaniel 156 

Timothy 155 

Timothy, Jr 155 

Cornell, Ebenezer 178 

Corning-, George 86 

John 134 

Corser, Asa 16 

David 16 

John IG 

John, Jr 17 

Jonathan 16 

Nathan 16 

Samuel 16 

Thomas 16 

William 178 

Corson, David 364, 417 

David M 417 



Corson, cont. 

Ichabod 130 

Joshua 130 

Cortlandt, Philip 470, 472 

Cosey, Da\id 411 

Cossit, Ranna 35 

Coster, Ebenezer 494, 495 

Cotton, Benjamin 204 

Joseph 114 

Josiah 139 

Nathaniel 119 

Thomas 103, 120, 141 

William 119 

William, Jr 119 

Couch, Benjamin 16 

John 16 

Coughlin, Richard 460 

Coway, George 14 

Cox, John 85 

Coy, William 35 

Craft, James 178 

Cragin, Benjamin 150 

Francis 150 

John 150, 151 

John, Jr 150 

Craige, Alexander 84, 86 

David 27, 84 

Elizabeth 425 

John 85, 160 

Robert 27, 86, 160 

Tappan W 425 

Thomas 85 

Cram, Benjamin 54 

Betsey 417 

Ebenezer 160 

Elijah 143 

Ephraim 296 

James 100, 102 

Jerediah 155 

Joel 42 

John 42, 159 

John, Jr 159 

Jonathan 136, 160 

Joseph 42, 160 

Nathan 155 

Nathan, Jr 154 

Nehemiah 43 

Samuel S 356 

Sanborn 43 

Theophilus 276 

Wadleigh 41 

Crane, Abiah 148 

Benjamin 356 

Lemuel 3 

Samuel 276 



570 



TNDEX 



Crane, cont. 

Thomas 123 

Crawford, Abigail 229 

Ann 229 

Benjamin 229 

John 26, 214, 421 

Joseph 229 

Polly 229 

Eobert 140, 228 

Samuel L 229 

Susanna 229 

William 204 

Creig-hton, James 458 

Stephen 19, 54 

Thomas 458 

Cressey, Benjamin 276 

Daniel 68, 498, 501, 504, 507, 510 

513, 516, 519, 522, 525, 528, 531 

John 282 

Jonathan 30 

Joseph 134 

Michael 31-33 

Richard 69 

Critehett, Elias 469 

Thomas 139 

Crocker, Gershom 58 

Roland 364 

Crockett, Charles 50 

David 145 

Ephraim 146 

John 145, 178 

Joshua 93 

William 50 

Croker, Jeremiah 344 

Crombie, Benjamin 91 

James 87, 125, 465, 467 

John 87 

Moses 91 

Samuel 29 

Cromwell, James 468 

Crook, Andrew 112, 324, 422 

Charles 112 

John 422 

Thomas 112 

Crooker, Benjamin 308 

Crosby, Alpheus 308 

John 62 

Jonathan 93 

Joseph 264, 393 

Josiah 4 

Nelson 282 

Sampson 5 

Cross. Abiel 134 

Daniel 458 

Ephraim 498, 501, 504, 507 



Cross, cnnt. 

Jesse 26 

John 26, 344 

Moses 276, 410 

Peter 70 

Ralph 18 

Robert 52 

Stephen 26 

Uriah 445 

William 324, 408 

Crosset, Joshua 115 

Crossfield, James 73 

Timothy 178 

Crossford, Daniel 364 

Grossman, John 336 

Crowell, David 356, 414 

Peter 414 

Crown, John 95 

Crummett, Hannah 402 

James 218, 364 

Ciidworth, Samuel 262 

Culver, John 252, 415 

Cumming-s, Archelaus 150 

Benjamin 178 

Charles 429 

Daniel 308 

David 69 

Ebenezer 70 

Eleazer 70, 87 

Enoch 308 

John 178 

Jonathan 242 

Molly 429 

Peter 178 

Philip 178 

Reuben 178 

Samuel 66, 178 

Silas 5 

Cunning-ham, James 110, 111 

Moses Ill 

Robert 91, 178 

Samuel 112 

Thomas 108, 111 

William 85 

Currier, Abner 152 

Abraham 264 

Amos 344, 414 

Asa 294, 425 

Barnard 144 

Benjamin 29, 65 

Caleb 116 

Challis 144 

Charles 57 

Daniel 41, 455, 456 

David 28, 164, 354, 392 



INDEX 



571 



Currier, cnnt. 

Dudley 1^^ 

Ebenezer 282, 410 

Edward ~~6' ■^^'^ 

Elizabeth 396 

Ezekiel ^^ 

Ezra :^^^ 

Hannah "-•^■^ 

Hazen ^^^ 

Jacob ^8, 60 

Jeremiah ^^ 

John 8, 47, 69, 135, 144, 178 

Jonathan ITS, 232, 282 

Joseph '^•' 

Louisa ~^^ 

Mary 233, 431 

Moses 15^> 364, 40o 

Nancy 395 

Nathan l^"^ 

Nicholas 1"^"^ 

Osgood "33 

Eeuben 18, 1-^3 

Eichard 144, 324 

Samuel 60, 178,346 

Sarg-eut 67, 486 

Stephen 134 

Theophilus 179, 324, 396 

Thomas.. 116, 144, 250, 344, 469, 476 

Toppau ""•'^ 

William 36, 282 

Curtis, Amariah 124 

Daniel 33 

David 447 

Isaac 450 

Isaac Palmer 250, 400 

Jacob 5, 308, 418 

Jacob, Jr 5 

James 462 

John 161, 308, 432 

Joseph 87 

Lemuel 264, 450 

Noah 124 

Philbrick 400 

Samuel 124, 262 

Stephen 264, 450 

Timothy 436, 441 

William 202, 428 

William, Jr 428 

Cushing', Daniel 364, 401 

John 179, 334 

WHlliam 179, 458, 493 

Cutler, Gardner 397 

John 346 

Joseph 310 

Solomon 125 

William 448, 449 



Cutter, A. E 115 

Benjamin 150, 179 

Betsey 411 

Hayden 423 

Hodges 376 

James 125 

John 344 

Joseph 411 

Eachel 411 

Eichard 70, 118 

Seth 336, 422 

Thomas 74, 264 

William 262 

Cutting-, Benjamin 306 

Biley 324 

Daniel ^2 

Joseph ^-^ 

Moses 308 

Zebedee 324 

Cutts, Samuel 114 

Daffg-ett, Caleb C 432 

Darius 310, 432 

Nathaniel 158 

Dakin, Ebenezer J} 

Justus '^l 

Levi 71 

Dale, John 160 

John, Jr 160 

Samuel 252 

Timothy 159 

Daley, London ' 284 

Dalli'ngr, Samuel 117 

Dalton, Isaac 346 

Josiah 103 

Michael 132, 356, 425 

Moses 51 

Samuel 296 

Timothy 104 

Dam, see also Dame. 

John 41 

Dame, Abner 127 

Asa.... 402 

Benjamin 130 

Edward 306, 406 

Eliphalet 98 

Georg-e 114 

Hunking' 82 

Isacchar 98 

Jabez 1" ' 

John 98 

Jonathan 131 

Joseph 98, 128, 364, 402, 424 

Levi 42,456 

Martha 421 



572 



INDEX 



Dame, con/. 

Moses 82 

Theodore 118 

Timothy 98 

Zebulon 130 

Damon, Benjamin 336, 393 

John 6 

Oliver 310 

Damrell, Joseph 117 

Dana, Jonathan 79 

Joseph SO 

William 79 

Danf orth, Edward 44S 

Elkanah 252 

Henry 2S4 

Jacob 179 

Jedediah 16, 324 

Jonathan 93 

Joseph 416 

Moses 139, 284 

Samuel 17 

Simeon 35 

Thomas 296 

William 17, 346 

William, Jr 16 

Daniell or Daniels. 

Anna 409 

Clement 11 

David 106 

Ebenezer 149 

Eliphalet 115 

Ephraim 12 

Hiram 409 

Increase 31 

Jacob 12 

Jacob, Jr 10 

John 11, 73, 378 

Jonathan 284 

Joseph 11, 179, 296, 320 

Joseph, Jr 10 

Pelatiah 13 

Keuben 72, 115 

Samuel 73, 106, 108, 110, 140 

458, 473 

Danielson, Charles 10, 179 

James 11 

Lev-i 11 

Danley, John 122, 124 

Danning, David 204 

Darling-, Abraham 40 

Benjamin 138 

Benjamin B 67 

Eliakim 126 

John 59, 68 

Jonathan 434 



Darling-, cotit. 

Montgomery 218 

Thomas 23 

Timothy 67 

William 67 

Darrah, Arthur 163, 170 

James 87 

Kobert 179 

William 179 

Dart, Eliphalet 149 

Joshua 148 

Joshua, Jr 149 

Nathaniel 149 

Roger 179 

Thomas 149, 179 

Dascomb, David 264 

James 160 

Dassance, Jesse 179 

Davenport, John 115 

Da%'idson, Daniel 179. 214 

David 88, 164 

Francis 214 

George 89, 163 

James 164 

John 163 

Thomas Ill 

William 85, 131 

Davis, Aaron 411 

Abner 107, 356, 421, 455 

Abraham 67, 264 

Alden 235 

Alpheus 310 

Amos 31, 126 

Aquilla 346 

Asa 69 

Bela 462 

Benjamin 324, 460 

Clement 82 

Daniel 118, 125, 140, 427 

Da-^id 82, 252, 346, 364, 400 

Dudley 12 

Ebene'zer 125, 378 

Edmund 116, 346 

Eleazer 48 

Elijah 179 

Ephraim 132 

Isaac 30, 69, TnO 

Jacob 356, 397, 418 

James 11, 31, 82, 179 

John.. 82, 95, 118, 179, 264, 276, 356 

412 

Jonas 242 

Jonathan 30, 106, 346, 356, 414 

421 
Joseph 68, 155, 284 



INDEX 



573 



Davis, cont. 

Joshua 336 

Josiah 179, 214, 346, 419 

Lewis 393 

Moses 50, 107, lOS, 179, 309, 469 

Nathan 17 

Nathaniel 70 

Oliver 462 

Peter 150 

Philip 78, 179 

Randall 127 

Eeuben 11, 79, 153 

Eichard 126 

Robert 35, 106 

Samuel 3, 16, 30, 53, 78, 103, 179 

218, 346, 399, 406, 425, 462, 469, 528 
531, 534, 537 

Simon 30, 126, 462 

Simon, Jr 128 

Solomon 107, 234 

Susanna 411 

Thomas 112, 128, 462 

Thomas, Jr 112 

Timothy 10 

Webster 78 

Wells 346, 429 

William 69, 90, 126 

Winthrop 364, 419, 495 

Zebulon 130 

Dawson, Timothy 89 

Day, Amos 179 

Benjamin 4, 16 

Daniel 310 

Ebenezer 72 

Ezra 123 

John 73, 336, 432 

Levi 324, 409 

Noah 94 

Othniel 122, 179 

Samuel 134 

Stephen 179 

Timothy 324 

William 158, 179 

Dean, Benjamin Woodbridge 55 

Hiram 179 

James 179, 224 

John 125 

Lemuel 200 

Seth 125 

Dearborn, Abraham F 235 

Benjamin 48, 49, 51 

Daniel 20, 104 

Ebenezer 28 

Edmund 420 

Edward 41 



Dearborn, cont. 

Hannah 413 

Henry 39, 105, 478, 480, 483, 518 

James 100, 147 

Jeremiah 75, 104 

John 28, 62, 103, 145, 284 

Jonathan 27 

Joseph 27, 103, 324, 356, 407 

Josiah 63, 64, 104 

Levi 103, 105 

Nathan 75 

Nathaniel 26, 62 

Peter 27 

Phineas 104 

Reuben 103, 104 

Reuben Gove 104 

Reuben Gove, Jr 103 

Samuel 23, 50, 75, 103 

Sherburne 103 

Shubael 26 

Simeon 152 

Simon 50 

Stephen 27 

Thomas 179, 234 

De Bell, Alexander 242 

Warren 179 

Deering-, James 129 

Delaney, Delavan 149 

Delano, Daniel 13 

Gideon 3 

Demary, Ezekiel 471 

John 125 

Rebecca 412 

Thomas 324 

Demeritt, Joseph 105 

Robert 324 

Deminar, Abiel 229 

Dolly 229 

Ebenezer 228 

John 229 

Lucy 229 

Mehitabel 229 

Nancy 229 

Dempsey, Edward 116 

Denbo. Cornelius 364 

Dennett, George 55 

Jeremiah 118 

John 115, lis, 478, 483 

Joseph 3 

Nathaniel 118 

Dennie, Albert 13 

Dennis, Moses 336, 408 

Derby, David 157 

Jacob 30 

Samuel 310 



574 



INDEX 



Derbj% coiit. 

Simeon 324 

Thomas 31 

Dernim, Asa 447 

Eeuben 447 

Dewey, Ebenezer 58 

Ebenezer. Jr 58 

Elijah SO 

Elijah, Jr 80 

Marv 408 

Timothy 179 

Dexter, Caleb 324 

Dickerman, Enoch 346 

Dickev, Adam 14, 86 

David 29 

Elias 179, 336, 418, 447 

James 21, 179 

Janet 418 

John 86, 91 

Joseph 450 

MattheAV 86 

Eobert 29, 86 

Samuel 84 

William.. 88, 164, 264, 336, 409, 472 

Dickinson, Abel 429 

Erastus 410 

Eunice 410 

Joel 242 

Dimmock, John. . ; 58 

John, Jr 58 

Samuel 324 

Timothy 58 

Dimond, Abigail 400 

Ephraim 86 

Ezekiel 37 

Ezekiel, Jr 36 

Isaac 51, 346 

Israel 40, 179 

John 422, 476 

Obadiah 400 

Eebecca 422 

William 264 

Dinsmoor or Dinsmore. 

Abraham 150, 179 

Cornelius 81 

Elijah 8], 364, 400 

Fox 400 

Gershora 162 

James 85, 164 

John 163, 276, 420 

Mary 393 

Robert 29, 163 

Samuel 27, 278, 393, 420 

Thomas 242, 386 

William 163 



Dinsmoor, ront. 

Zebediah 150 

Dix, Eason 22 

Timothy 18 

Dixon, John 72 

Doak, James, Jr 96 

Docken, Hannah 421 

Dockum, Benjamin 51, 531, 535, 537 

Benjamin, Jr 52 

Cotton 146 

James 296, 495 

John 93 

Thomas 93 

Dodge, Amos 231 

Bartholomew 6 

Benjamin 7, 95 

Brewer 252 

Clark 433 

David 35 

Elijah 161 

Elijah, Jr 161 

Ephraim 179 

Eunice 433 

George 114 

James 179 

Joseph 179 

Josiah 5, 157 

Nehemiah 95 

Nicholas 87 

Koah 94 

Eobert 264 

Samuel 7, 88 

Simon 264 

William 161, 179, 230, 231 

Doe, Bradstreet 100 

John 101 

Jonathan 99, 469 

Joseph 82, 100 

Nicholas 101 

Nicholas, Jr 101 

Eeuben 100 

Zebulon 458 

Zebulon. Jr 99 

Zebulon, 3d 100 

Dolbeer, Daniel 29 

Israel 24 

Nicholas 131 

Dole, Isaiah 144 

Jacob 144 

Stephen 8 

Stephen, Jr 9 

William 115 

Dolloff. David 21 

John 21, 38 

John. Jr 37 



INDEX 



575 



Dolloff, cant. 

Joseph 179 

Josiah 38 

Miles 218, 400 

Nicholas 20 

Thomas 54, 296, 416 

Dolly, Richard 120 

Donaldson, James 85 

Donoug'h, Jeffrej^ 164 

Donovan, John 96 

Matthew 96 

Doolittle, Oliver 66 

Dore, Benaiah 296, 417 

Jonathan 324, 417 

Dorman, Ephraim 72 

John 49S, 502, 508 

Dornej^ John 214 

Dorr, William ISO 

Doten, Ephraim 296 

Doty, Daniel 324, 408 

Doug-herty, Thomas ISO 

Douglass, Alexander 180 

Phineas 264 

Thomas 136, ISO 

Dow, Abraham 133 

Amasa 18 

Amos 133, 136 

Asa 135 

Benaiah 52 

Benjamin 51, 56, 75 

Daniel 51, 103 

David 142 

Ebenezer 51 

Ela 140, 141 

Eunice 428 

Evan 180 

Gideon 137 

Isaac 131, 140 

Jabez 75, ISO 

James 9, 204 

Jedediah 156 

Jeremiah 134, 143 

Jesse 324, 421 

John 9, 61, 405 

John, Jr 9 

Jonathan 20, 57, 75, 81, 144, 156 

^Joseph 63, 64, 75, 346, 398 

Josiah 75, 456 

Nathan 75, 284 

Nathaniel 75, 133, 408 

Noah 55 

Oliver 67 

Percy 134 

Reuben 180, 204 

Richard 133 

Richard, Jr 133 



Dow, colli. 

Ruth 412 

Salmon 324 

Samuel 18, 61, 70, 310 

Simon g2 

Stephen 336 

Thomas 134, 180 

Winthrop 52 

Zebulon 356, 403 

Dowd, James 498, 501, 508, 510, 513 

516, 519, 522, 525, 528, 531, 534, 537 

Dowlin, William 50 

Down, Jabez 242 

Downer, James 415 

Jason 324, 413 

Joseph 324 

William SO 

William, Jr SO 

Zaccheus 79 

Downes, Gershom 130 

Jabez 398 

James 128 

Moses 130 

Downing-, Bartholomew 97 

George R 284 

John 98, 284, 398 

Jonathan 212, 296, 395, 461 

Jonathan, 2d 284 

Joshua 129 

Josiah 97 

Lewis 399 

Richard 97, 99 

Richard, Jr 97 

Samuel 130 

Dowse, Jephthah 15S 

Ozem, Jr 131 

Dowst, Jonathan 62 

Doyen, Francis 109 

Jacob 109 

Doyle, John 158 

Drake, Abraham 20, 103, 105, 296 

Abraham, Jr 103 

Eliphalet 430 

Ephraim 364 

Hannah 423 

James 346, 423, 457 

John 63, 364, 402, 430 

John, Jr 61 

Robert 63 

Robert, Jr 62 

Samuel 61 

Samuel, Jr 61 

Simon 50 

Thomas 52, 90 

Weare 48 

Draper, Anna 399 



576 



INDEX 



Draper, emit. 

Joseph 139 

Nathaniel 242, 378 

Dresser, Asa 65 

Jonathan 436, 442 

Drew, Andrew 402 

David 13 

Francis 468 

John 11, 90, 91, 404 

Obadiah 13 

Samuel 10, 436, 437, 442 

Silas 10, 13 

Thomas 129 

Thomas C 378, 431 

Drisco, James 117 

Droug-ht, Robert 284 

William 53 

Drown, Joseph 129 

Peter ]00 

Samuel 117, 129, 459 

Solomon 129, 296 

Drury, Ebenezer 150 

Gershom 150 

John 116 

Jonathan 150 

Martin 324 

William 150 

Zedekiah 150 

Dr3'den, Artemas 462 

Duda. Zebulon 100 

Dudley, Abel 393 

Abi jah 229 

Anna 393 

Daniel 56, 102, 228 

David son ISO 

Ebenezer 33 

Ephraim 489, 491, 493 

James 20 

Jeremiah, Jr 180 

John 19, 56, 113 

John, Jr 19 

Jonathan Stone 99, 475 

Joseph 52 

Josiah 19, 102 

Mahala 229 

Mehitabel 229 

Polly 393 

Rawson 21 

Samuel 19, 20 

Samuel, Jr 21, 393 

Samuel Paul 40 

Stephen 56 

Trueworthy 264, 473 

Winthrop 19 

Dufur, David 92 

Dugan, Roger 2 



Duncan. Abraham 85 

David 284 

George 2, 85 

George, Jr 84 

James 8 

John 2, 8, 85, 88, 378 

Josiah 86 

Robert 8 

William 85 

Dunham, Solomon 378, 420 

Dunklee, David 5 

John 

Joseph 7 

Dunlap, Adam 85 

James 27 

Samuel 444 

Dunshea, Cornelius 451 

Hugh 89 

Dunster, Henry ISO 

Durant, Jonathan 66 

Sally 404 

Samuel 70 

Susan 404 

Durgin, Benjamin 81 

Elijah 67 

Ephraim 106 

Francis 100 

Francis, Jr 100 

Hannah 413 

Jacob 101 

James 12 

John 105, 296, 426 

Joseph 25, 106, 364 

Josiah 81, 218 

Richard 364, 419 

Samuel 82 

William 13 

William. Jr 138 

Willoughby 426 

Durkee. John ." 324, 408 

Nathan SO 

Zelia 413 

Durrell, G 114 

Dustin or Diiston. 

Caleb 134 

David 138 

Eliphalet 95 

James 65 

John 37S 

Moses... ISO. 464, 466, 475, 477, 481 

Paul 154 

Peter 135 

Sarah 404 

Stephen 284, 498, 501, 507, 510 

513, 516, 519, 522, 525, 528, 532 
Thomas 34 



INDEX 



577 



Dustin, coiit. 

Timothy ?A, 133 

William' 153 

Zaccheus 471 

Dutch, George 82 

John 180 

Samuel 458 

Button, John 264, 472 

Jonathan ISO 

Eoger 450 

Stephen 157 

Thomas 310 

jy-aty, Moses 164 

William 84 

D\vinell, John ST, ISO 

Jonathan 73, DIO 

Sarah 411 

Stephen S7 

Thomas 7?-, 310 

Dwyer, James 114 

Dyer, Moses 24i; 

Samiiel 101 

William 26 

Eames, Aaron 462 

Alexander 336 

Ebenezer 22. 23 

Jonathan 429 

Jotham 310 

Earl, Esech 32 

Eastman, Aaron 05 

Abiathar 38 

Amelia 229 

Benjamin 36, 40, 67, 75, ISO, 356 

Caleb 180 

Daniel 47 

Ebenezer. .54, 76, 79, 138, 252, 475 

Edmund 59 

Edward 40, 136, 458, 476, 495 

Enoch 67 

Ephraim 75 

Ezekiel 448 

Henry 228, 336, 406 

Ichabod 70 

Jacob 40, 278 

James 284, 326, 409, 469 

Jeremiah 41, 459 

John 44, 79, 523, 526, 529, 532 

Jonathan 36, 59 

Joseph 17, 36, 67 

Joseph, Jr 37 

Joshua 59 

Josiah 489, 491, 493 

Moses 36, 409 

Moses, Jr 35 



Eastman, cont. 

Nathaniel 346, 436, 442 

Nicholas 70 

Obadiah 134, 252 

Olive 414 

Peaslee 495. 535, 538 

Peter 59 

Philip 36 

Eeuben Kimball 229 

Eichard 36, 38 

Sally 229 

Samuel...' 40, 154, 346, 410 

Stephen 17, 40, 68, 180 

Susanna 433 

Thomas.. 69, 154, 204. 324, 326, 499 

502, 508, 510, 513, 516, 519, 522, 525 

529, 532, 535 

Timothy 16 

William 137, 278, 433 

Zachariah 180 

Eaton, Abijah 356 

Benjamin 142, 356 

Benoni 78 

David 142, 356, 427 

Ebenezer 8, 24, 204 

Elisha ISO 

Enoch 535, 538 

Ephraim 24, 142 

Ezekiel 140 

Ithamar 153 

Jabez 40, 142 

James 23, 59, 180 

Jesse .24, 180 

John.. 69, 142, 143, 278, 378, 406, 419 

479 

Jonathan 284 

Joseph 336, 407 

Joshua 142 

Lemuel 378 

Levi 356 

Moses 310 

Obadiah 154 

Paul 24 

Samuel 142, 408 

Sarah 427 

Silvanus ISO, 356, 427 

Thomas 37 

Tristram 142 

William 24, 238. 364, 366, 397 

Winthrop 142 

Wyman 142 

Eddy, 'Abiel 156 

James 73, 180 

Edes, Jonathan 264 

Edg-ell, Moses 415 



578 



INDEX 



Edgerly, Benjamin 10 

David 51" 

James... 49S, 502, 508, 510, 513, 516 
519, 522, 525, 529, 532 

Jonathan 93 

Joseph 19, 5] 

Joshua 296, 471 

Josiah : 49, 456 

Moses 100 

Samuel 19 

Zebulon 51, 453 

Etlgerton, Samuel 17 

Edminster, Zebulon 378 

Edmunds, Edward 140 

Gardner 398 

Samuel 212 

Edson, Ebenezer 35 

Jonah 158 

Timothy A 414 

Edwards, John 284 

Thomas 310 

Ela, David 284 

Enoch 138 

John 412 

Samuel 89, 278 

Elbridg-e, Nathaniel 141 

Eldredge, Cynthia 431 

Elisha 378 

Elkins. Abel 137 

David 55 

Henry 40, (13, 1''.2, 180 

Jasper 55 

John 161 

Jonathan 63, 214 

Joseph 284 

Moses 63, 136 

Nathaniel 55 

reter 40 

Samuel 133, 296 

Thomas 76 

Thomas, Jr 76 

Ellinvvnod. John 135 

Robert 136 

Samuel 180 

Elliott, Abraham 118 

Andrew 396 

Barnard 48 

Benjamin 37 

Castor 233 

David 17, 180 

Edmund 29 

Emilia 233 

Francis 6 

Jacob ISO. 35C), 39<? 

James 232 



Elliott, coiit. 

John... 10, 17, 121, 180, 214, 278, 399 

John, Jr IG 

Jonathan 51, 109, 180 

Nicholas 17 

Oliver 336 

Richard 118 

Robert 17 

Roxina 233 

Samuel 180 

Thomas 16, 180 

Timothy 180 

William 180, 252, 401 

Ellis, see also Allis. 

Barnabas 33 

Benjamin 73, 180, 386, 387, 479 

483 

Caleb 72, 180 

David 378 

Elisha 73 

Gideon 72 

Gideon, Jr 72 

Henry 72 

John! 32, 123, 126, 180 

Jonathan 130 

Joseph 72, 296 

Joseph, Jr 73 

Joshua 73 

Josiah 72 

Martin 124 

]\Iorris 130 

Moses 31 

Simeon 73 

Timothy 72 

Timothy, Jr 72 

Timothy, :;d 72 

William 72. I.'IO. 479, 483 

Ellison, Richard 25 

Ellsworth, Aaron 20 

Jeremiah 19 

Oliver 33, 432 

Samuel 20 

Elmer, Hezekiah 66 

Emerson, Amos 284, 460 

Benjamin 10, 60 

Benjamin, Jr 59 

Caleb 59 

Charles 91, 242 

Daniel 39, 92 

Edward 495 

Elizabeth 433 

Ephraim 154 

Georae 284, 489, 491, 493 

Hannah 402 

Harriet 235 



INDEX 



579 



Emerson, cant. 

Ithamar 47 

James 155, 235, 416 

John 81, 242, 310 

Jonathan 10, 36, 460, 463 

Joseph 83, 180 

Joseph, Jr 181 

Joshua F 402 

Marden 155 

Mark 346, 403 

Michael 284 

Moses 68 

Nathaniel 23 

Peter 336, 416 

Eichard 89 

Robert 59 

Samuel 27, 81 

Samuel F 235 

Samuel M 336 

Samuel T 234 

Smith 81 

Stephen 154 

Timothy 70, 235 

Timothy, Jr 70 

Watts 59 

Webster 136 

William 181 

Emerton, Thomas 324 

Emery, Amos 46, 150 

Anthony 38, 61 

Benjamin 8, 35 

Benjamin, Jr 8 

Caleb 154 

Daniel 278, 433 

Enoch 38 

Humphrey 38 

Jacob 110 

John 125, 419, 423 

Jonathan 29 

Joseph, Jr 109 

Joshua 9 

Josiah 138 

Moses 9 

Xoah 54 

Eama 296 

Eichard 181 

Eichardson 181 

Silvanus 153 

Thomas 23, 59, 336 

William 310 

Zachariah 150 

Emmons, Abel 31 

John 252 

Josex^h 155 

Noah 30 



Endicott, Samuel 306 

Ericson, see Arickson. 

Erskine, John 310 

Ervin, James 208, 214 

Erwin, David 436, 442 

Estabrook, Hobart 79 

Joel 356 

John 94 

Joseph 451 

Nehemiah 80, 81 

Samuel 79 

Estes, Jonathan 156 

Estey, Aaron 126 

Isaac 73 

Etheridge, Jane 426 

Stephen 366 

Eustis, Aristides 3 

Daniel 449 

Evans, Abner 56 

Benjamin 181 

Daniel 56, 120 

Echisa 229 

Edith 231 

Edmund 13 

Edward 204 

Eliza 229, 231 

Hannah 231 

Huldah 399 

Israel 154 

Jacob 230 

John 66, 181, 449 

Joseph ; 431 

Mary 231 

Medad 66 

Nathaniel 310, 428 

Osg-ood 231 

Eichard 119 

Eobert 107 

Simeon 238 

Stephen 113 

Thomas 153 

Uriel 66 

William 127, 181. 228 

Zur 31 

Everett, Edward 451 

John 150 

Levi 278, 419 

Samuel 94 

Eves, Jonah 439 

Ewer, Nathaniel 99 

Eufus 346 

Ewins, James 85 

Fabyan, John 98 

Samuel 98, 09 



580 



INDEX 



Fabvan, cont. 

Samuel, Jr 98 

Fahey, William 448 

Fairbanks, Samuel 30 

Silas 462 

Zenas 30 

Fairfield. Elijah.. 499, 502, 508, 511, 514 
517, 520, 523, 526, 529, 532 

Jeremiah 181 

Fall. George 471 

James 117 

Judith 402 

Samuel 296 

Fann. John 264 

Fanning, Erastus 204 

Farizel, Samuel 64 

Farley, Kendall 181 

Timothy 94 

Farmer. Benjamin 356 

David .....264, 429 

Edward 70 

Joseph 91 

Minot 181 

Naomi 419 

Farnsworth, David 181 

Harbour 264 

Isaac 415 

Sampson 21 

Farnum, Abner 37 

Benjamin 36, 38 

Daniel 37 

Deborah 229 

Ebenezer 36, 38, 296 

Ephraim 36 

Ephraim, Jr 36 

Israel 264, 418 

Joel 228 

John.. 37, 523, 526, 528, 531, 534, 537 

Jonathan 450 

Joseph 7, 36, 229, 346 

Joseph, Jr 37 

Joshua 310 

Josiah 37 

Josiah, Jr 36 

Lucinda 229 

Peter 264 

Stephen 6, 37 

Theodore 36 

Timothy 37 

Zebediah 37 

Farr, Aaron 31 

Abraha m 32 

Daniel 31 

David 32 

Ebenezer 31 



Farr. cniit. 

Ephraim 31 

Isaac 31 

John 155 

Jonathan 32 

Jonathan, 2d 30 

Jonathan, 3d 30 

Jonathan, 4th 30 

Samuel 31 

Samuel. Jr 31 

Thomas 30 

William. Jr 31 

Farrar, Charles 336 

Isaac 93, 336, 409 

Israel 55 

Joseph 450 

Farrier. John 264 

Farrington, Ebenezer 336, 407 

Ichabod 462 

Jeremiah 38 

Phineas 160 

Samuel 67 

Farwell, Absalom 94 

Isaac 460 

John 94 

Jonathan 30 

Oliver 30 

Richard 94 

William 30 

Fassett, Adonijah 161 

Samuel 162 

Faulkner, Eunice 424 

Jonas 310 

Favor, David 46 

Emerson 404 

Timothy 84 

Faxon. James 378, 431 

Fay. Chloe 413 

John 242 

Joseph 242, 413 

Moses 162 

Nathan 4 

Sarah 431 

Sherebiah 31 

Felch, Jabez 264 

Joseph 142 

Nicholas 356, 426 

Samuel 142 

Felker, Charles 11 

Isaiah 11, 181 

Julius 10 

Michael 10 

Fellows, Adonijah 41, 455, 456 

Benjamin 24, 181 

David 68 



INDEX 



581 



Fellows, coiit. 

Ezekiel 2.52, 395 

Hezekiah 181 

Isaac 68, 75 

Jeremiah 74 

Jeremiah, Jr 74 

John 137, 143, 431 

Jonathan 326 

Joseph 78, 264, 326, 448 

Josiah 326, 396 

Moses 346, 425, 485 

Nathaniel 40 

Samuel 40 

Thomas 140 

Timothy 140 

William 447 

Felt, Aaron 150 

Jonathan 94 

Joseph 181, 308, 395, 418 

Joshua 150 

Xaomi 41S 

Peter 150 

Samuel 242 

Felton, John 92 

Matthias 310, 404 

Fenton, Francis 112 

Ferofuson, Betty 426 

Daniel 394 

Eleazer 181, 458, 476 

John 346, 394 

William 242, 296 

Fernald, Amos 82, 366 

Charles 107 

Dimond 81 

Gilbert 114 

John 113 

Joshua 296 

Mark 114 

Kandall 113 

William 119 

Ferrin, Alpheus 181 

Enos 154 

Hannah 430 

John 51 

Jonathan 52, 252, 430 

Moses 117, 181, 296, 4Q2, 475 

Samuel 402 

William 140 

Field, Elihu 162 

Gains 161 

Israel 162 

James 92 

Joshua 162 

Moses D 149 

Waitstill 162 



Field, coiit. 

Zachariah 162 

Fielding, Ebenezer 306 

Fields, John 278, 417 

Patrick 33 

Thomas 73 

Fife, James 109 

John 109 

Silas 92 

William 109 

Fifield, Abraham 137. 346, 425 

Benjamin 19, 36, 264, 448 

Daniel 138, 425 

David 55 

Ebenezer 77 

Edward 47, 137 

Henry 62 

John 137 

John ClifPord 79 

Jonathan 51, 136, 137, 450, 457 

Joseph 24, 137, 146 

Mark 356 

Obadiah Peters 137 

Peter 77 

Samuel 55, 77 

Stephen 21, 24, 63, 181 

William 36, 47 

Winthrop 346 

Finley , Joseph 87 

Finney, Eleazer 346 

Fish, Eleazer 336, 418 

John 378 

Nathan 476 

Fisher, Charles 233 

Esther 233 

- Ichabod 72 

Jabez P 336 

James 233 

Mehitabel 233, 404 

Richard 404 

Samuel 85, 233 

Thomas 12, 232, 233, 336, 404 

Timothy 39 

William 30 

Fishley, George 284, 423 

Fisk, Cato 284 

David 264, 393 

David, 3d 393 

Ebenezer 51 

Ephraim 37, 278, 410 

Ephraim, Jr 410 

James 181 

Jonathan 82 

Josiah 181 

Samuel 3 



682 



INDEX 



Fisk. cunt. 

William 6, 400 

William, Jr G 

Fitch, John 126 

Jonathan 445 

Paul 125 

Fitts. Abraham 23 

Daniel 141 

Dolly 426 

Nathan 27 

Nathaniel 143, 426 

Eichard 143 

Fitzg-erald, Gerald 54 

Joseph Mead ISl 

Eichard 115 

Flagg, Asa 66 

Gershom 115, 336 

Jonathan 462 

Samuel 59 

William 66, 462 

Flanders, Aaron 17 

Abner 37, 346, 420 

Alice 231 

Amos 16 

Asa 40 

Barnard 144 

Benjamin 139. 155, 231 

Christopher 144 

Daniel 69 

David 40, 278, 405 

Ezekiel 16, 144, 181 

Isaac 40 

Isaiah 144 

Jacob 16, 181, 499, 502, 508, 511 

514, 517, 519, 523, 525. 528, 532 

Jeremiah 144 

Jeremiah, Jr 144 

Jesse 15 

Jesse, Jr 16 

John.. 15, 499, 502, 508, 510, 513, 516 
519, 523, 525, 529 

Jonathan 75 

Joseph 16, 230, 231 

Josiah 144, 326 

Levi 252 

Marv 400 

Merrill 144 

Moses 143. 378, 403 

Nathaniel 143 

Onesiphorous 93, 326 

Parker 144 

I'hilip 143, 144 

Pollv 231 

Richard 36, 37 

lUchard Currier 144 



Flanders, emit. 

Stephen 181 

Susan 231 

Thomas 55 

Timothy 144 

Fletcher, Daniel 26 

Ebenezer 208, 471 

Ebenezer, Jr 32 

Edward 204 

Elijah 67 

Joel 413 

John : 181 

Peter 310, 408 

Eobert 150 

Samuel 32, 181, 399 

Simeon 336, 407 

Flinjg-, Anthony 82 

Flink, Benjamin 242 

Flint. Amos 4 

Amos, Jr 5 

Benjamin 386 

Eunice 387 

Jacob 66, 366 

Jonas 336 

Joseph 67 

Nathan 6 

Nathaniel 264 

Flood, Amos 449 

James 92 

Mark 154 

Moses 155, 436. 443 

Timothy 445 

Fogg. Abner 103 

Charles 408 

Ebenezer 143 

James 74 

Jeremiah. .74, 336, 408. 464, 466,481 

John 63 

Jonathan 346 

Joseph 74 

Lydia 412 

Phineas 50 

Samuel 104 

Sarah 421 

Seth 49, 52, 103 

Stephen 76, 366, 417 

William 74. 395 

Follansbee, Abigail 231 

David 231 

Eleanor 404 

James 231 

John 326. 404, 41-i 

IMoses 155 

Nathan 326, 403 

Samuel 230 



INDEX 



583 



Follansbee, cont. 

Thomas 28 

William ?'-'^6 

Follett, John 5:2 

Joseph S2 

William ._• .9-1 

Folsom, Abraham 49, 57, 93 

Andrew 100 

Asa 101, 284, 401 

Benjamin 42, 100, 455, 456, 459 

Daniel 55 

David 51. 99 

Edward 101 

Israel 53 

Jacob 458 

Jeremiah 100, 366, 457 

John 93, 99, 100, 138, 456 

Jonathan 55, 101 

Joseph 100 

Josiah 49, 54, 128 

Levi 100 

Mary 405 

Moses 19 

Nathaniel 44, 113, 114, 455, 456 

Nicholas Carr 93 

Peter 81, 101 

Simeon 99 

Tristram 455, 456 

William 101 

William, Jr 100 

Foot, Isaac 336, 535, 538 

Jennor 447 

Samuel 181, 284 

Force, Timothy 438 

Ford, Hezekia'h 252 

James 69, 181 

John 106 

Joseph 326 

Noah 112 

Eichard 326 

Seth 112 

Forrest, John 26 

John, Jr 26 

William 26, 346 

Forrev, see also Torrev. 

Samuel \ 93 

Forristall, Joseph 310, 430 

Forsaith, Jonathan 28 

Matthew, Jr 27 

William 44 

Fosg-ate, Ebenezer 489, 491, 493 

Foss, Benjamin 128 

Benjamin, Jr 128 

David 27 

Ebenezer 326 

Ephraim 12 



Foss. cont. 

George 12, 366, 428 

Georo-e, Jr 428 

Henry 97, 181 

Hinkson 11 

Isaac 28, 145 

Isaac, Jr 28 

Jacob 50 

James 11 

Jeremiah 11, 99, 366 

Job 131 

John 26, 145, 326, 430 

John, Jr 430 

Jonathan 107 

Mark 12 

Mark, Jr 12 

Nathan, Jr 11 

Nathaniel 12, 284, 366 

Eichard 19 

Samuel H 

Samuel, Jr 11 

Samuel DoAvst 132 

Solomon 12 

Stephen H 

Thomas 12, 26, 108 

Timothy 26, 448 

Wallace 132 

William H 

Foster, Abiel 25, 242 

Abner 310, 424 

Andi'ew 242 

Asa 25, 109 

Asa. Jr 109 

Benjamin 424 

Caleb 109 

Daniel 25, 471 

David 17, 26, 72 

David. Jr 72 

Ephraim 17, 18 

Ezra 252, 414 

Henry 162 

Hezekiah 137 

Jacob 150 

James 128. 150, 242 

Jeremiah 134, 278, 495 

Jonathan 25, 252 

Joseph ISl 

Joshua 150 

Luke 113 

Luna 310, 406 

Moses 109 

Eichard 252 

Samuel 28, 145, 284, 472 

Thomas 93 

Fowle. Daniel 114 

Jacob ^^ 



584 



INDEX 



FoAvle. coiit. 

John 35 

Fowler, Abner 290 

David 204, DflG 

E*benezer ISl 

Jacob 100, 2S4 

John 17 

Josiah 140 

Oliver 17 

Philip 100, 181, 461 

Samuel 448 

Simonds 101 

Thomas, Jr 29 

Fox, Benjamin 366 

Edward 55, 107, 366 

Elijah S3 

Elisha 366, 403 

Franklin 403 

John 56, 57 

Silas 252 

Foye, John, Jr 13 

' Joseph 218 

Frankfort, William.. . .499, 502, 508, 511 
514, 517, 520 

Franklin, Ichabod 161 

Ichabod, Jr 161 

James 163 

Jonathan 326, 415 

Nathan 157 

Stephen 162 

Freeman, Benjamin 162 

Daniel 122, 252 

Elias 439 

Enoch 326, 413 

John 436, 441 

Moody 436, 442 

Thom^as 413 

Freese, Andrew 41 

Chase 121 

George 62 

Gordon 284, 403 

Jacob 51, 356 

Jacob, Jr 51 

Joseph 62 

French, Abel 90, 144 

Abraham 76 

Andrew 146 

Andrew, Jr 145 

Asa 346, 399 

Barzillai 50 

Benjamin 41, 47, 455 

Benjamin, Jr 47 

Bradstreet 128 

Daniel 143, 145 

David 77, 128. 310 

Ebenezer 90 



French, rout. 

Ebenezer, Jr 144 

Elihu 143 

Elisha 145 

Enoch 42 

Ephraim 7, 33 

Ezekiel 144 

Ezra 50, 59 

George 413 

Gould 50 

Green 67 

Henry 68, 77, 143 

Henry, Jr 143 

Jabez 29, 457 

Jacob 143 

James 17, 128, 143 

John 77, 94, 436, 442 

Jonathan 40, 326, 403 

Jonathan, Jr 40 

Joseph... 8, 50, 60, 137, 181, 252, 310 

Joseph, Jr 59 

. Joshua 43, 47 

Levi 51 

Moses 144. 356 

Xathaniel 140 

Nehemiah 181 

Nicholas 23 

Obadiah 143 

Offin 264 

Eachel 417 

Eeuben 425 

Samuel 52, 71, 76, 90 

Silas 73, 181 

Simon 24, 129 

Stephen 15 

Thomas 181 

Timothy 90 

William 81, 146, 181 

William, Jr 146 

Friend, Robert 218 

Frink, Elijah 83 

Thomas 71 

Frisbee, James 120 

Frohock, Thomas 93 " 

Frost, Elliot 495 

George 471 

George, Jr 96 

George Pepperell. .464, 466, 472, 481 

John 119 

Jonathan 92 

Joseph 96 

Joshua 66 

Michael 119 

Nathaniel 82, 469 

Fruland, Thomas 105 



INDEX 



585 



Frye, David 109 

Isaac 463, 479, 483, 4SS-492, 494 

495 

Fryer, William 109 

Fiig-ard, Samuel 15, 224 

Fuller, Amasa 33 

Amos 160 

Benjamin 28, 80 

Benjamin P 49 

Daniel 366, 404 

David 28, 150 

Enoch 159 

Ezra 182 

George A 229 

James 80 

Jeremiah 228 

John 140 

Jonathan 34, 451 

Joseph 399 

Joshua 149, 182 

Joshua, Jr 149 

Lemuel 252, 409 

Nathan 6 

Noah 378, 413 

Peter 34 

Eufus 278, 395 

Samuel 495 

Stephen 208 

Theodore 356 

Thomas 284 

Fullerton. James 366 

Fulton, Elisha 6 

Kobert 395 

Furber, Benjamin 127 

Betsey 421 

Eli 82 

Elizabeth 427 

Hannah 434 

Jethro 98 

John 10 

Joshua 105, 427 

Levi 98 

Nehemiah 98 

Eichard 127, 366 

Eichard, Jr 130 

Samuel , . . 127 

Thomas 129 

AVilliam 98 

Furniss, Eobert 116 

Gage, Abel 266, 422 

Abner 224 

David 405 

Elizabeth 422 

Ephraim 68 

James 7 



Gage, coiit. 

"job 182 

John 35, 68 

John, Jr 68 

Joshua .■ . . . 148 

Nathan 422 

Phineas 338 

Solomon 36 

Thaddeus 346, 405 

Gains, George 113, 121 

Thomas 113 

Gale, Amos 3. 77 

Bartholomew 54, 218 

Daniel 35, 47, 138, 218 

Ebenezer 31 

Jacob 47 

John 136, 138 

John C 326 

Joseph 49 

Stephen 138 

William 119 

Galusha, Daniel 155 

Gamble, Archibald 336, 416 

Samuel 416 

William 91 

Gammit, Thomas 496 

Gardner, Abiel 266 

Amos 182 

Christopher 378, 429 

Ezekiel 22, 266 

Henry 114 

John 14, 119 

Samuel 121 

William 115, 214 

Garfield., Elisha, Jr 412 

Samuel 378, 392, 412 

Garland, Benjamin 131 

Daniel 128 

Dodavah 128, 182 

Ebenezer 129 

Ham 417 

Hannah 417 

Jacob 137 

James 402, 455, 457 

Jeremiah 459 

John 13, 296 

John, Jr 12 

Jonathan 63, 64, 1S2 

Jonathan, Jr 62 

Joseph 61. 104 

Moses 137, 346 

Nathaniel 77, 130 

Peter 132 

Eichard 105, 320, 394 

Simon 133 

Garnell, William 338 



586 



INDEX 



Garnsejs see also Guernsey. 

Amos '. 122 

John 122, 1S2 

Oliver 122 

William 12?. 

Garvin, Ephraim 436, 442 

James 18 

John 18, 427 

Patrick 18 

Gary, Jonas 310. 41f) 

Moses 152 

Gasldll, Jonathan 124 

Silas 124 

Gates, Amos 242 

Daniel 158 

Elias 157 

Ezra 252, 409, 451 

Ezra, Jr 451 

George 338, 393 

Isaac 64 

Jacob 451 

Lyman 428 

Micah 416 

Samuel 336 

Stephen 451 

William 411 

Gault, Andrew 110 

Daniel 394 

John 394 

Samuel 110 

Thomas 14 

William 25 

Gay, Bunker 66 

Jacob 2 

John 242 

Geer. Benajah 66 

Georg-e, Austin 59 

David 36, 471 

Enos 141 

Gideon 77 

Isaac 141 

John 68, 264, 535, 538 

Jonathan 182, 472 

Joseph 91, 154 

Joshua 140 

Josiah 48 

Leonard 423 

Michael 471 

Nathaniel 400 

Samuel 182, 356, 378, 427, 429 

Thomas.. 46, 107. 499, 502. 508, 511 
514, 517, 520, 523, 526, 529, 532 

Timothy 154 

William 40. 59 

Gerould, Samuel 242 

Zubah 428 



Gerrish, Edv^ard 16 

Enoch 16 

Henry 16 

James 16 

Joseph 16 

Paul 107 

Samuel 6, 26 

Stephen 16, 17 

Thomas 284 

Getchell, Zebediah 182 

Zebulon 46 

Gibbs, David 449 

Elisha 462 

Isaac 449 

Joseph 151 

Joshua 449 

Thomas 449 

William 117 

Gibson, Abel 64 

Daniel 65 

David 416 

James 25, 138, 310, 436, 437, 442 

John 26, 65 

Nathaniel 242 

Thaddeus 278 

Thomas 26 

Timothy 65 

Timothy, Jr 64 

Giddings, Eliphalet 54 

John 54 

John. Jr 54 

Giffen, Robert 14 

Giffers, John 59 

Gilbert, Elisha 446 

Gideon 158 

John 326, 413 

Laraf ord 450 

Seth 158 

Gilchrist. Richard 44. 182, 310 

William 29 

Gile, see also Guild. 

Abraham 182 

Asa 107 

James 59 

John 107 

Johnson 69 

Jonathan 26 

Noah 65 

Giles, Benjamin 102 

Daniel 182, 459 

John 86, 106 

Joseph 129 

Nicholas 138 

Richard 182 

Ruel 81 

Samuel 145 



IKDEX 



587 



Giles, cant. 

Thomas 182 

Gill, Silas 182 

William 51, 106 

Gillett, Jeremiah 252 

Gilman, Abigail 427 

Andrew 101, 152, 356 

Anthony 499, 502, 508, 511, 514 

517, 520, 523, 526, 528, 531, 534, 537 

Antipas 21, 56 

Benjamin 56, 366 

Bradstreet 49, 101 

Caleb 138, 182, 37S 

Daniel 182, 378 

David 54, 464, 466 

Edward 55 

Eliphalet 56 

Eliphalet F 405 

Ezekiel 43, 110, 296, 475 

Israel 141, 460 

James 101, 336, 416 

Jeremiah 152, 182, 296, 378, 430 

Jeremiah, Jr 152 

John 50, 55, 79, 84, 152, 182, 296 

Jonathan 57, 152, 220, 426 

Jonathan, Jr 56, 153 

Jonathan, 3d 55 

Joseph 54, 101, 138, 476 

Joshua 55 

Josiah, Jr 54 

Jotham 56 

Moses 138, 218, 426 

Moses, Jr 426 

Nathaniel 20, 100, 109, 182 

Nicholas 484 

Peter 55 

Peter, Jr 109 

Polly 429 

Sally 429 

Samuel 41, 55, 99, 101, 102, 419 

456, "458 

Samuel Folsom 54 

Simon 19, 458 

Summersbee 55 

Tabitha 399 

Thomas 25 

William 182 

William, Jr 90 

Winthrop 56 

Zebulon 54 

Gilmore, James 5, 14, 164, 411 

Jonathan 85 

Eobert 73, 84 

Whitefield 14 

William 89 



Gilson, Eleazer 338, 396 

John 336, 417 

Nathaniel 428 

Glass, James 106 

Glasscock, William 182 

Glazier, David 157 

Gleason, Benjamin 157 

Bezaleel 39 

Eleanor 414 

Fortunatus 158 

Jeremiah 414 

James 157 

Job 149 

Job, Jr 149 

Phineas 402 

Timothy 12, 286 

Wilson 432 

Windsor 200 

Glenis, Eli 402 

Thomas 402 

Glidden, Andrew 55, 152 

Jeremiah 44 

John 141 

Jonathan 152 

Joseph 152 

Nathaniel 27 

Richard 152 

Robert 55 

Simeon 152 

William 82 

Glines, Eli 296 

Israel 296 

James 25 

John 90 

Nathaniel 25 

Richard 26 

William 278, 393 

William, Jr 25 

Glover, David 70 

Henry 450 

John" S3, 346 

Richard 83 

Glozen, Phineas 310 

Glynn, Sarah 409 

Goddard, William 122, 158 

Godding-, Henry 125 

Godfrey, James 104 

John 41, 496 

Jonathan 63, 286, 471 

Mary 407 

Moses 105 

William 68, 103 

Goffe, John 14, 15, 91 

John, Jr 15 

Goggin, Hugh 496 



588 



INDEX 



Goldsmith, William 159 

Gooch, James 114, 356, 358 

John 114 

Stephen 71 

Goodale, Enos 150 

Ezekiel 149 

Goodcourage, John 445 

Goodell, Jacob 2S4 

Goodenow, Asa 15S 

Benjamin 92 

Daniel 92 

Edmundi 157 

Ellsworth 229 

H 228 

Israel 158 

Jonathan 92, 158 

Joseph 229 

Mercy 229 

Moses 229 

Xahum 157 

Nancy 229 

'William 73 

Goodhue, Nathaniel lOS 

Samuel 42 

Thomas 403 

Gooding, Thaddeus 266 

Goodrich, Betsey 432 

Captain 447 

Draco 432 

Ezekiel 1S2 

Hezekiah 408 

Joseph 224 

Josiah 35r, 

Goodridge, Allen 6 

Thomas 310 

Goodwin, Abigail 233, 235 

Altuzah 233 

Amaziah 232, 233 

Benjamin 53, 234 

Daniel Sof, 

Daniel S 235 

Edward 33 

Jacob 37 

James 34, 100, 204, 218, 420 

James M 235 

John M 235 

Jonathan 1S2 

Joseph 235 

Mary 399 

Xoah 1S2 

Robert 100 

Sally 235 

Samuel 37, 145. 235, 346, 420 

Thaddeus 409 

Theophilus 4G 



Goodwin, rout. 

Thomas 33 

Timothy 58 

Tristram 234 

Willoughby 233 

Gookin, Daniel 284, 482 

Nathaniel 16, 118 

Gordon, Abel 346 

Abigail 417 

Abner 67 

Alexander 90, 133, 438 

Amos 20 

Caleb 182 

Daniel 50, 133 

Hannah 417 

John 59, 96 

Jonathan 21, 67, 133 

Joseph 475 

Josiah 182 

Nathaniel 54 

Phineas 134 

Robert 30 

Scribner 21 

Thomas 16, 20 

Timothy 20 

William' 134, 296 

Gordy, IMeshech 140 

Gorman, James 91 

Joseph 107 

Gorrell, Nathaniel 135 

Gorton, Henry 182 

Goss, Cyrus 409 

Ephraim 264, 346, 393, 495 

James 131 

John 33, 182 

John A 264 

Jonathan 131 

Levi 132 

Nathan 131 

Nathaniel 34 

Philip 161 

Ruth 409 

Samuel 286 

William 66 

Gould, Aaron P 422 

Abijah 150 

Ambrose 109 

Amos 64, 326, 422 

Benjamin 125, 266 

Christopher 69 

Daniel 155 

Denison 410 

Elijah 469 

George 409 

Gideon 67 



INDEX 



589 



Gould, coiit. 

Jacob 126 

James 204, 278, 326, 436, 441 

Jeremiaih 238 

John 40, 163, 218, 220 

Jonas 182 

Joseph 5, 70 

Mary 409 

Moses 68 

Muzzey 130 

Nathan 69, 155 

Oliver 126 

Eichard 7 

Stephen 182, 336 

Thomas 163 

William 286 

Gouler, Michael 117 

Gove, Abraham 44, 75 

Daniel 156 

Ebenezer 139, 326. 432 

Elijah 154, 396 

Elisha 156 

Enoch 142 

John 156 

John, Jr 156 

Johnson 156 

Jonathan 95, 107 

Joseph 143 

Levi 356 

Moses 182 

Nathan 143 

Nathaniel 75 

Obadiah 76 

Samuel 108 

Stephen 156 

William ". 432 

Winthrop 142 

Gowd y, Thomas 97 

William 96 

Gowell, Timothy 218 

Gowing-. Timothy 43 

William 81 

Grace, Charles B 356 

Manuel 182 

Graham, George 37, 91 

Hugh .164 

Hugh, Jr 163 

John 65, 182 

Joshua 535, 538 

William 182 

Grandey, John 31 

John, Jr 31 

Eobert 66 

Grannis. Timothy 35 

Grant, Benjamin 455, 457 



Grant, co)tt. 

Daniel 54, 115, 182 

Dorothy 403 

Duncan 182 

Edward 471 

John 117, 403, 423 

Eeuben 326 

Samuel 471 

William 472 

Grapes, Philip 436, 441 

Grater, Francis 338 

Graves, Ambrose 432 

David 143 

Jacob 47, 155, 418 

John 75 

Joseph 42 

Josiah 182 

Josiah, Jr 182 

Nathaniel 21 

Samuel 182 

William 20, 143, 378, 431 

William, Jr 20 

Gray, Aaron, Jr 73 

Hugh 182 

James 12, 46, 182, 286, 478 

James B 433 

Jeremiah 11 

John 11, 79, 126, 296, 424 

John, Jr 424 

Joseph.. 183, 336, 433, 449, 489, 491 

493 

Kelso Ill 

Matthew 31 

Moses 183 

Reuben 11 

Robert Ill, 296 

Samuel 11, 106 

Solomon 296 

Timothy ] 59 

Timothy, Jr 159 

Williani 11, 73, 88, 183 

William, Jr 13 

Greeley, Aaron 67 

Andrew 48 

Benjamin 137. 183 

Edward 48 

Ezekiel 87 

John 489, 491, 493 

Jonathan 48, 160 

Jonathan, Jr 47 

Joseph 21, 208, 338 

Matthew 403 

Moses 47 

Nathaniel 159 

Philip 67 



590 



INDEX 



Greeley, coiit, 

Reuben 136, 425 

Eichard 144 

Samuel 55, 71 

Samuel, Jr 71 

Shubael 136 

Green, Amos 6 

Asahel 142 

Bassett 531 

Benjamin 145 

Betsey 416 

Boswell 535 

Bradbury 183, 286, 403, 471 

Daniel .T 122 

Daxdd 6 

Ebenezer 8, 449 

Elijah 154 

Elizabeth 429 

Ezra 366, 401, 460 

F 469, 472, 478, 477 

Francis 310, 424 

Harry 424 

Isaiah 156 

Isaiah, Jr 156 

Jacob 36 

James 208 

Jeremiah 156 

John 7, 76 

Jonathan 76, 183, 459, 475 

Joseph 9, 183, 224, 286, 428, 488 

490, 492 

Mark 286 

Mary 403. 425 

Micah 156 

Nathan 142 

Nathaniel 37, 42 

Peter 35 

Peter. Jr 36 

Richard 286 

Stephen 76 

Thomas 183 

William 224, 242 

Greenfield, Bennett 78 

Charles.. 264. 499, 502, 508, 511, 514 
517, 520, 523. 526. 529, 532 

Greenlaw, Alexander 115 

Greenleaf. David 238 

John 114 

Mary -^09 

Nathan 264 

Paul 143 

Stephen 35 

William ^96 

Greenough, Daniel 27 

Moses 8 



Greenough, cant. 

Richard 46 

William 326 

Greenwood, Eli 45 

Joseph 44, 45 

Josiah 45 

INIoses 45 

William 45, 416 

Gregg, Adams 112 

Alexander 94, 163 

Alexander, Jr 95 

Benjamin 84 

Daniel 127 

David 163 

David, Jr 163 

George 89 

Hugh 96 

Jacob 183 

James 8, 87, 95 

James, Jr 95 

John 84, 112 

John, Jr Ill 

Joseph 84 

Leslie 95 

Samuel 85, 111 

Thomas 112, 163 

William 84, 163 

William. Jr 163 

Gregory, John 115 

Grendall, Daniel 148 

Gridley, Samuel 183 

Griffin, Anna 399 

Benjamin 266, 414 

Daniel 419 

Dominicus 42 

Ebenezer 77, 18.^ 

Eliphalet 42 

Eliphalet, Jr 41 

Hannah 419 

Ira 233 

James 41, 422, 459 

Jeremiah 264 

John 42, 91, 183, 455, 456 

Joseph 91 

Moses 140 

Nathan 42 

Nathaniel 346 

Peter 140 

Richard 140 

Samuel 183 

Susanna 233 

Theophilus 42, 91, 140, 232, 266 

Thomas 140, 183, 280 

Griffith or Griffiths. 

Abraham 183 



INDEX 



591 



Griffith, eo)it. 

John 183 

Nathaniel S 113 

Griggs, Hannah 421 

John 1S3, 451 

Grimes, Bartholomew 72 

Francis 44 

James 44, 160 

John 5, 27, 29 

Jonathan 4, 183 

Moses 183 

Robert 29 

Samuel 85 

William 88, 160, 183 

Grinnell, Wise 284 

Griswold, Benjamin 440 

Isaac 183 

Jeremiah 80 

John 80 

Oliver SO 

Stephen 58 

Gross, John 29, 326, 439 

Gronard, James 114 

Grout, Amasa 378 

Daniel 462 

Jehosaphat 126 

Grover, Amaziah 3 

Thomas 460 

Grow, Isaac 183 

Grushey, John 17 

Guernsey, see also Garnsej-. 

Abner 412 

David 326, 412 

Guild, see also Gile. 

Anthony 413 

Daniel 71 

Gummer, Ezekiel 117 

Gunnison, John 85, 117, 183 

Samuel .148 

William 115 

Gustine. Edward 310 

Gutterson, Mary 406 

Rhoda 406 

William 366 

Hackett, Jeremiah 25 

John 254 

Joseph 399 

Josiah 158 

Hadley, Abijah 338 

Daniel 154 

Eliphalet 70 

Eliphalet, Jr 70 

Enos 338 

Ezekiel 67 



Hadley, cofit. 

George 156 

Jonas 326 

Joseph 451 

Moses 70 

Xehemiah 164 

Parrott 70 

Phoebe 422 

Samuel 69 

Seth 70 

Stephen 70 

Thomas 422 

William 413 

Hadlock, James 143 

Jonathan 154 

Joseph 154 

Joseph, Jr 155 

Levi 144 

Hafford, Prime 183 

Hager, Amos 39 

Haggerty , Barnabas 448 

Haggett, Abner 338, 422 

Josiah 108 

Haines, Abner 20 

Cotton 43 

David 42, 51 

Elisha 348 

John 53, 55 

Joseph 153 

Joshua 103, 208 

Josiah 120 

Nathaniel 103 

Richard 25 

Samuel 25, 152, 348, 414 

Simeon 254, 473 

Thomas 220, 348, 399 

Walter 26 

William 42, 220, 473 

Hale or Hales. 

Aaron 421 

Amos 326 

Benjamin 9 

Daniel 395 

David 126, 183 

Enoch 125 

Henry 71, 183 

Henrj', Jr 71 

John". 17, 71, 326, 421 

Joseph 8, 278 

Moses 3, 126 

Nathan... 4G0, 464-466, 468, 471. 473 
475, 535, 538 

Nathaniel 87 

Samuel 121 

William 266, 410 



692 



INDEX 



Hale, eo)it. 

William P 410 

Haley, Martha 403 

Samuel 358 

Thomas 118 

Halfpenny, John 183 

Hall, Abijah 39 

Ammi R 286 

Amos 102 

Avery 128 

Benjamin 73, 183, 449 

Benjamin, Jr 13 

Caleb..... 27, 183, 358 

Daniel 37, 91, 152, 183, 348 

David 35, 136, 266 

Ebenezer 36, 164, 266, 366 

Edward 39 

Elijah 296 

Elizabeth 423 

Ephraim 214 

Hananiah 183 

Henry 28 

Isaac 11, 312 

Jacob 39, 483 

James 134, 380 

Jesse 72 

John 10, 91, 136, 183 

Jonathan 27, 407 

Joseph 11, 29, 37, 39, 132, 394 

Joseph, Jr 36 

Joshua 135 

Joshua, Jr 10 

Josiah 27 

Jude 2S6 

Levi 378 

Lydia 394 

Moses 266 

Nathaniel 24, 79. 106, 413 

Obadiah 24, 36 

Obed 238 

Obededom 24 

Peter 28 

Ralph 10 

Rapha 133 

Reuben 286 

Richard 266 

Samuel 73. 120, 153 

Samuel Read 39 

Silas 413 

Silvanus 298 

Solomon 11 

Thomas 286, 475 

Timothy 159, 278, 422 

William' 21, 133, 136 

Hallett, John 439 



Ham, Aaron 129 

Benjamin 366, 404 

Benson 53 

David 152 

Ephraim 117, 129, 252, 469 

George 12, 113 

Gideon 42 

John 11, 127, 183, 366, 469 

John, Jr 128 

Jonathan 129 

Joseph 116 

Samuel 117, 120 

Samuel, Jr 116 

Thomas 128 

Timothy 116 

William 12. 118, 129 

William, Jr 115 

Hamblett, Benjamin 411 

Phineas 242, 411 

Reuben 469 

Thomas 71 

William 450, 4S9, 491, 494 

Hamilton, Daniel 495 

Hamlin, Europe 266 

Hammett, John 129 

Moses 128 

Thomas 472 

Hammill, Joseph Ill 

Neal Ill 

Hammond, Abel 162 

David 286, 386, 395, 488, 490, 492 

Esther 402 

Esther D 402 

Simpson 122 

Hanaf ord, Benjamin 35 

David 146 

John 125 

Nancy 420 

Peter 26 

Thomas 101, 366 

Hanagan, James 51 

Hancock, Levi 312 

William 26 

Hand, Ira 436, 437. 442 

Oliver 436, 442 

Handley, Morris 1 83 

Handsome, John 125 

Handy, Paul 124 

Hannon, .John 497 

Hanson, Aaron 83, 460 

Anthony 471 

Gershom 399 

Isaac 366, 404 

Jacob 128 

John 424 



INDEX 



693 



Hanson, coiit. 

Nathan 366 

Nathaniel E 42S 

Sarah 420 

Tobias 153 

Hardwick, William 4,"jl 

Hardj^ Benjamin 348 

Biley 78 

Bradburj' 14;', 

Daniel 70 

David 40 

Elias 402 

Isaac 348 

Jacob 133 

James 441, 469 

Jesse 296, 394 

Jonathan 143 

Jonathan, Jr 71 

Josiah 133 

Lucy 402 

Moody 338 

Nathaniel 70 

Nicholas 21 

Noah 312 

Phineas 338 

Eichard 70 

Robert 153 

Samuel 42, 104 

Sarah 393 

Stephen 101 

Theophilus 183 

Thomas 18, 464, 4GS, 470 

Harkness, John 183 

Nathan 123 

Harmon, Moses 366, 405 

Peletiah 405 

Harper, John 366 

John Scribner 20 

Samuel 2, 20, 139 

Harridon, Joseph 338, 419 

Harriman, Ebenezer 65 

Jaasiel 27 

James 394 

Joab 183 

John 60, 183 

John, Jr ^ .... 59 

Joseph 183 

Joshua 140 

Leonard 18, 38, 436, 442 

Moses 220, 242, 436, 442 

Nathaniel 38 

Eeuben 59 

Stephen 67 

Thomas 60 

William 183 



I Harring-ton, Asa 242 

Ephraim 496 

Jonah 92 

Joshua 312 

Harris, Abby 394 

Absalom 394 

Anthony 123, 124 

David 72, 183 

Eunice 419 

John 312, 380 

Jonathan 338 

Joseph 135 

Joshua 328 

Martha 425 

Samuel , 4, 54, 68 

Thomas 31 

Uriah 124 

Walter 348, 402 

William 206 

Harrison, ]\Ioses 421 

Harrold, James 38 

Robert 38 

Hart. Daniel 116 

Edward 117 

Frederick A 388 

Georg-e 102, 113 

C eorge, Jr 113 

Henry 97 

James 113 

John 97 

John, Jr 115 

John, 3d 114 

Nathaniel ' 97 

Eichard 116 

Robert 115 

Thomas 113 

William 118, 121 

Hartford, INIark 128 

Nicholas 99 

Flarthorn, Ebenezer 64 

Hartshorn, James 6, 80, 450 

John 5 

Jonathan 159 

Samuel 409 

Harvey, Daniel 326 

lAenezer 32 

Ezra 72 

Francis ...108 

Francis, Jr.. .' 108 

John 91, 106, 107, 183, 457, 483 

485, 488, 490, 492 

Kimber 242 

Levi 42 

Nicholas 101 

Philip 50 



594 



INDEX 



Harvey, cofif. 

Richard 110 

Thomas.. 106, 149, 2S6, 523, 526, 528 
531, 534, 537 

Timothy 242, 451 

William 184 

Harwood, James 450 

John 6, 260 

Hash, William 147 

Haskell, Abijah 126 

Jason 184 

Job 184 

John 31 

Haskins, Eli 326 

Haslett, James 114 

Matthew 120 

Hassell, Elias 44 

Hastings, Andi'ew 30 

Benjamin 312, 428 

James 134, 358 

James, Jr 133 

Jonathan 447 

Joseph 69 

JosejDh Stacy 121 

Josiah 30 

Libbeus 414 

Robert 26 

Sarah 425 

Silvanus 242 

Thaddeus 92 

William 208 

Hasty, John 420 

Hatch, Hosea 57 

Jeremiah 161 

Joseph 3 

Obed S 204 

Phineas 3 

Thomas 366, 395 

Haven, John 420 

Joseph 128 

Samuel 118 

Samuel, Jr 118 

Hawes, Edward 447 

Simeon 310 

Hawkins. Robert 366 

Stephen 152 

William Adrian 460, 479, 484 

Hawkley, Betsey 397 

Jarnes ' 208 

Hawthorne, see Harthorn. 

Haj'es, Aaron 106 

" Benjamin 13, 129 

Daniel 128 

David 326 

Enoch 31^6 



Hayes, rout. 

George S 366 

Hezekiah 11 

Ichabod 128 

James 12, 184, 378 

Joanna 414 

John 2 

Joseph 12, 129 

Moses 129 

Moses, Jr 128 

Nathaniel 296 

Paul 11 

Samuel 12 

Thomas 366 

Wentworth 128 

William 10, 298 

William, Jr 138 

Zebedee 348 

Hayford, Nathaniel 298, 429 

Warren 429 

Hay ward or Hey wood. 

Benjamin, 2d 254 

David 184 

Eleazer 254 

Ella 417 

Jacob 378 

John 417 

Joseph 184 

Nathan 148, 184 

Peter 149 

Samuel 469 

W>illiam 149 

Hazeltine or Hazelton. 

Asa 8 

Barnes 38 

Benjamin 28 

Daniel 135 

James 37 

John 27, 70, 252, 436, 442 

John, Jr 70 

Jonathan 134 

Jonathan, Jr 134 

Joseph 37, 95 

Mary 409 

]\Ioses 27 

Nathan 159 

Nathaniel 6, 266, 469 

Peter 27 

Richard 27, 36, 254 

Samuel 27 

Solomon 495 

Thomas 28 

William 37, 252 

Hazen, Moses 500, 506 

Hazzard, James 378 



INDEX 



595 



Hazzard, cant. 

Jason 358 

Head, David 366 

Drusilla 429 

James 108 

John 109 

Nathaniel 108, 109 

Eichard 108 

Headley, William 380 

Heald, Ephraim 150 

Joseph 150 

Oliver 150, 151 

Peter 150 

Healey, Comfort 312 

Dennis 88 

John 162 

Nathaniel "1 

Nehemiah 162 

Paul 30 

Samuel 162 

Heard, see also Hurd. 

Amos 252 

Benjamin 130 

Elizabeth 397 

Jeremiah 235 

John 130 

Joseph 130 

Eeuben 130 

Reuben, Jr 130 

Timothy 234 

Tristram 130 

Hearns, Dudley 184 

Heath, Aaron 184 

Abiel 358 

Asa.. 140, 156, 499, 502, 505, 508, 511 

535, 538 

Bartholomew 58 

Benjamin 25, 298, 436, 442 

Caleb 25 

Daniel 184, 252, 326 

Elizabeth 423 

Enoch 184, 378 

Ephraim 137 

Eunice 427 

Jacob 26 

James .358 

Job 136 

John 358, 398 

Joshua 38, 64, 136 

IMoses 140 

Eichard 59, 1S4. 358. 398 

Samuel 184, 252, 286 

Samuel C 423 

Sarj^ent 65 

Simeon 18 

Solomon 17 

Stephen 184 



Heath, CDnt. 

William 65 

Zebediah 184 

Heaton, Jonathan 73 

Oliver 411 

Seth 72 

Seth, Jr 72 

Hemenvvav, Ebenezer 312 

Elias " 312 

Jesse 406 

Mary 424 

Hemphill, Henr.y 18 

John 18 

Joseph 110 

Nathaniel 164 

Nathaniel, Jr 163 

Robert 164 

Henderson, Abigail 231, 399 

Arthur 231 

Daniel 214 

David 96, 231, 439 

Hugh 114, 121 

John 230 

Joseph 146 

Zoheth 469 

Henley, Henry 266 

Hennessey, Eichard 134 

Henry, Francis 312, 398 

Francis, 2d 398 

Joseph 312 

Robert R 461 

Samuel 6 

William 31 

Herbert, James 326, 425 

Richard 37 

Samuel 425 

Herman, Stephen 488, 490, 492 

Herrick, Charles 266 

Ebenezer 312, 416 

George 231 

Joseph 254 

Josiah 338, 393 

Mary 433 

Samuel 230 

Hersey, John 140 

Peter 102, 458 

Samuel 140 

Hervey, Daniel 415 

Samuel 415 

He^^wood, see Haywood. 

Hibbard, Aaron 326 

Augustine 34 

Elisha 409 

James SO 

Jedediah 79 

Moses 80 

Thomas 448 



59G 



INDEX 



Hibbard, coiit. 

Timothy 2J2 

Hickey, James 121 

Hicks, Amos ] 22 

Barnard 123 

Benjam.in 2oS, 411, 4G9 

Benjamin, Jr 411 

David 123 

Ephraim 122 

Oliver 123 

Perry 13 

Samuel 122 

Hickson, Ebenezer 92 

Hidden, Ebenezer Ifi 

James PO 

Jeremiah IG 

Samuel 3G6 

Hig-bee, Charles 33 

Stephen 33 

Higg-ins, Edward 184 

John 161 

Joseph 30 

Hight, Dennis 118 

James 116 

Joseph 98 

Hilandi, Amasa 432 

Ira 432 

John 85 

Thomas 87 

Hildreth, Abijah 348 

Asa 67 

David 4 

Edward 31 

Ephraim 4 

Isaac 30 

Jacob 6 

Jonathan 32 

Jonatlian, Jr 30 

Samuel 31-33 

Simeon 380, 423 

William 31 

Hill, Alpheus 451 

Benjamin 105 

Betsey 235 

Charles 448 

Daniel 338, 416 

David 24, 184, 429 

Ebenezer 45. 184, 338, 431 

Edward 83, 235 

Elisha 114 

Ceorge 235 

James 100, 118 

Jesse 380 

Jethro 21 

John 3, 10, 147, 235, 394, 433 



Hill, font. 

John B 286 

Jonathan 43, 286, 475 

Lucy 394 

Moses 310 

Nicholas D 358 

Reuben 82 

Robert 105 

Rosilla 429 

Sally 235 

Samuel 81, 114, 184 

Shadrach 235 

Timothy 7 

^'alentine 106 

William 234, 469 

Hillard, Joseph 74 

Joseph Chase 75 

Hillary, John 15 

Hilliard, Jonathan 298, 405 

Jonathan B 405 

Hills, Abner 29 

Benjamin 28, 29 

Elijah 70 

Ezekiel 70 

Isaac 29 

Jacob 28 

Jeremiah 70 

John 24, 152 

Jonathan 24 

Joseph 29, 145 

Moses 27, 68 

Nathaniel 242 

Oliver 70 

Philip 70 

Robert 41 

Samuel 28, 70 

Stephen 27, 184, 266 

Thomas 70, 348 

William 2 4, 70, 408 

Hillsgrove, John 184 

Hilton. Daniel 100 

Edward, Jr 99 

Henry 60 

Ichabod 100 

Jereraiah 141 

John 476 

Joseph 42. 214, 478 

Josiah 101 

Samuel 136 

Winthrop 100 

Hii^ckley, Asa 408 

Christopher 448 

Hines. Ambrose 55 

Thomas 108 

Hinkson, Samuel 36 



INDEX 



597 



Hitchcock, Ichabod 33 

John 35 

Hitchings, Josiah 94 

Hix, see Hicks. 

Hoague, Hussey 280 

Joseph 147 

Nathan 147 

Hobart, Isaac 184, 266 

Jacob 26G 

Jeremiah 338 

John 401 

Jonathan 338 

Nathaniel 338 

Hobbs, Benjamin 103, 104 

Jacob 125 

James 61, 132 

Jonathan 132 

Joseph 87, 103, 286 

Morris 61, 104 

Nathaniel 104 

Samuel 42 

Thomas 103 

Hobson, Jeremiah 266 

Hockley, James 111. 184 

Hodgdon, Alexander 129 

Alexander, Jr 129 

Alonzo 235 

Ann 427 

Benjamin 98, 118 

Charles 118 

Edmund 108 

George 235 

Hanson 286, 412 

Harriet 235 

Israel 74, 105 

Jacob 29S 

John 98, 156, 412 

John, Jr 98 

Jonathan 130 

Joseph 107, 320 

Lydia 235 

Molly 235 

Peter 74 

Phineas 119, 238, 412, 473 

Richard 234 

Supply 235 

Thomas 118 

William 129, 184 

Hodge, Thomas 254 

William 266 

Hodges, Zebulon 312 

Hodgkins, Frederick S 397 

John 378, 397, 423 

William.. 499, 502, 508, 511, 514, 517 
520, 523, 526, 529, 532 



Hodgman, Abel 338, 396 

Joseph 366 

Thomas 338 

Hogg, Abner 338, 418 

Alexander 44 

David 47 

Ebenezer 184, 286 

George 46, 502, 514, 517, 532 

James 47, 87 

John 46, 47, 60 

Joseph 87 

Robert 47, 59, 94 

Samuel ill 

William 6, 266, 414, 432, 473 

Hoit, see also Hoyt. 

Amos 405 

Benjamin 129, 139, 366 

Daniel 105 

David 184 

Eastman 69 

Ebenezer 184 

Elisha 396 

Enoch... 128, 499, 502, 508, 511, 514 
517, 520, 523, 526, 529, 532, 535 

Ezekiel 55 

Hannah 396 

Jabez 28 

John 90 

Jonathan 146, 184 

Jonathan H 399 

Joseph 15, 42, 138, 348 

Micah .466, 475, 481 

Miriam 399 

■ Moses 154, 214 

Nathan.. 252, 296, 478, 483, 485, 487 

Oliver 36 

Philip 154 

Reuben 137, 254 

Richard 298 

Robert 252 

Samuel 42 

Simeon 184 

Stephen 106, 358 

Holbrook, Abiah 118 

Adin .73 

Amos 451 

Benjamin 184, 451 

Caleb 242 

John 380 

Joseph 120 

Martha 423 

Peter 122 

Samuel 184, 286 

Sarah 394 

Thomas G 394 



598 



INDEX 



Holden, Aaron G 412 

Asa 306, 412 

Lemuel 242 

Nathaniel 380 

I'hineas 338 

Timothy 380 

Holdridge, "jehiel 184 

Holland, James 431 

Stephen 84 

Holley, William 338, 407 

Holman, Edward 312 

Holmes, Abraham Ill 

I51iza 414 

Ephraim 12 

Ephraim, Jr 12 

Gales 229 

George 310, 428 

James 232 

Jeremiah 120 

John 46, 84, 89, 228, 298 

Joshua 11 

Lazarus 238, 411 

Lemuel 184 

Xoah 13, 394 

Orsamus 439 

Philip 184 

Eobert 85, 120 

Robert M. C 208 

Stetson 162, 184 

Thomas 86, 286 

William 46, 120, 161, 233 

Holt, Abiel 160 

Amos 160 

Benjamin 108 

Daniel 160, 488, 490, 492 

David 338 

Ebenezer, Jr 5 

Fifield 160 

Fitield, Jr 160 

Frye 110 

George 278 

Humphrey 86 

Isaac 5 

Jabez 184, 450 

Jeremiah 159 

Joel 338, 489, 491, 493 

Jonathan 266 

Joseph 159 

Joseph, Jr 160 

Joshiia 338 

Xathan 109, 224 

Obadiah 450 

Reuben 6 

Samuel 150 



Holt, coiit. 

Simeon 160 

Thomas, Jr 53 

Timothy 160 

William 53 

Holton, Jonathan 156, 200 

Homans, George 115 

Joseph 254 

Sarah 423 

Hood, Aaron 266 

Richard 37 

William 83 

Hook, Abraham 140 

Daniel 142 

Ezekiel 50 

Humphrey 40 

Jacob 76 

Joseph 142 

Josiah 21 

Leavitt 212, 398 

Moses 139, 141 

Thomas 214 

William 142 

Hooker, John 120 

Hooper, Jacob 95 

John 116 

Hopkins, Allen 163 

Benjamin 5 

Benjamin, Jr 5 

David o 164 

Ebenezer o 5 

James 8, 86 

John 85, 184 

Josiah 449 

Robert 89 

William 338, 404, 448 

Hopkinson, Jonathan 54, 475 

Home, Andrew 298 

Ebenezer 129, 336, 418 

Hannah 418 

Ichabod 298, 430 

James 129 

John 152 

Moses 128 

Peter 128 

Horson, Ebenezer 296 

Timothy 296 

Horton, Isaac 326 

Thomas 124 

Hoskins, Eli 414 

Timothy 312 

Hosley, Samuel 184 

Hosmer, Reuben 488, 490, 492 

Hough, Clark 413 

Daniel 80 



INDEX 



599 



Hoiifi'h, coiit. 

Lemuel SO 

Lydia 413 

Houg-hton, Abijah 200 

Elijah Ifil 

Israel 73 

James 494 

John 72 

Nehemiah Ifil 

Houston, Alexander 2 

Caleb 120 

Charles 408 

Isaac 326 

James 14 

John 15 

Joseph 14 

Euth 408 

Samuel Ill 

Stephen 12 

Thomas 184 

Hovey, Daniel 49 

David 380 

Joseph 08 

Josiah 49 

Samiiel 156 

Simeon 155 

Howard. Benjamin. . .148, 266, 312, 429 

David 184 

Elijah 413 

Enoch 338 

Henry 378 

James 11, 220, 400 

Jeremiah 312 

Joseph 184, 312 

Joshua 326 

Josiah 266 

Levi 393 

Lydia 413 

Mary 393 

Pitman 266 

Samuel 150, 298, 392 

Sarah 392 

Silas 338 

Howe, Aaron 266 

Abner 157 

Baxter 184 

Benjamin 200, 432 

Caleb 312 

Daniel 151. 1 57 

David 67, 348, 403 

Eli 348 

Eliakim 6-1 

Elizabeth 418 

Ephraim 338 

Geora-e 117 



Howe, rniit. 

Isaac 5 

Israel 488, 490, 492 

Jaazaniah 185 

James :59, 127 

Joel 7 

Jonas 185 

Jonathan 326, 403 

Jotham 67 

Lucy 403 

Mark : 40 

Micah 348, 395, 464 

Nehemiah 185 

Otis 64 

Peter 67, 298 

Polly 409 

Eichard 224, 475 

Samuel 5, 158, 185 

Thomas 11 

Tilly 18.5 

Howland. James 338 

Howlett, Davis 72 

Thomas 64 

Hoji:, see also Hoit. 

Abner 25, 1 54 

Benjamin 28 

Daniel 147 

Ebenezer 358 

Eliphalet 40 

Ezra 68 

George 154 

Jacob 67 

John 28, 98, 326 

. Jonathan 97 

Joseph 141, 147, 346 

Joseph B 431 

Levi 493 

Moses 400, 401 

Moses, Jr 154 

Nathan 395 

Peaslee 78 

Samuel 67 

Sarah 424 

Stephen fiS 

Thomas 25, 46 

Hubbard, Amos 32 

Benjamin 24 

David 185 

Eba 220 

Elisha 1S5 

Ephraim 31, 32 

George 252 

John 429 

Joseph 33 

Lemuel 33 



600 



INDEX 



Hubbard, cent. 

Lfverett 117 

Nathan 125 

Nathaniel 410 

Oliver 32 

Richard 76, 79 

Richard, Jr 78 

Huckins, Benjamin 55 

Isaac 10 

Israel 298 

James .* 55 

John 10, 13, 415 

Joseph 55 

Joseph, Jr 55 

Ruth 415 

Thomas, Jr 82 

Hudson, Benjamin 30 

Elisha 160 

Samuel 326, 414 

Huey, Henry 70 

Huggins, Anna 427 

Hughes, John 433 

Mehitabel 433 

Richard^ 5, 252 

Hull, Elias 378 

George 114 

Israel 134, 476 

James 214 

John 469 

Joseph 135, 378, 413 

Joseph. Jr 133 

Richard 81 

Humphrey, James, Jr 85 

John 89 

William 89, 161-163 

Hunkins, Benjamin 140 

Hunt, Anna 405 

Caleb 224 

Enoch 278 

George 358 

Henry 59, 78, 185 

Israel 338, 418 

Jacob ■. 405 

James 74 

Jonathan 69 

Joseph 140 

Moses 78, 185 

Nathan 140, 312, 411 

Peter 358 

Philip 139, 252 

Samuel 49 

Thomas 83 

Willard 476 

William 312 

Zaccheus 139 



Hunt, rout. 

Zebulon 254 

Hunter, Daniel 87 

James 96 

John 86, 87, 96 

Robert 89, 185 

Huntington, John 155 

Joseph 338 

Joshua 535, 538 

Samuel 156 

Timothy 143, 144 

William 185, 400 

Huntley, Elisha 312 

Nathan 185 

Huntoon, Aaron 286, 403 

Benjamin 76, 136, 458 

Caleb 152 

Charles 151 

David 137 

George 202. 432, 433 

John 152, 346 

John, Jr 76 

Jonathan 185 

Joseph 155, 224, 478 

Judith ...414 

Moses 326, 432 

Nathaniel 151, 152 

Philbrick 76 

Philip 151 

Samuel 152, 185 

Susanna 430 

Huntress, Ann 423 

Christopher 38, 98 

Enoch 120 

James 38 

Jonathan 116 

Joseph 98 

Mary 420 

Nathan 98 

William 98 

Hurd, see also Heard. 

Ebenezer 242 

Justus 58 

Nathan 102 

Samuel 102, 103 

Shubael 58 

Uzel 84 

Wyal 380 

Hurlburt, Amasa 413 

Amy 413 

Asher 366 

Daniel 238 

Huse, Isaac 338 

Israel 140 

John 366 



INDEX, 



601 



Huse, coiit. 

Jonathan 1.19 

Joseph 154 

Moses (55 

Samuel 35S 

Sargent 51 

Thomas 46 

William :^6(3 

Hutchins, Alpheus 420 

Asa 447 

Gordon 37 

Hezekiah 59 

Isaac 102 

James 278, 499, 502 

Jeremiah 82 

John, 114 

Levi 278, 399 

Isathaniel 498, 499, 501-508, 510 

511, 513, 514, 516, 517, 519-526, 528 
529, 531-539 

Pearl K 408 

Samuel 82, 115, 132, 185, 399 

Solomon 366, 431 

Thomas 162 

Thomas, Jr 161 

William... 156, 185, 286, 312. 498, 501 

504, 507 

Hut-chinson, Abner 7 

Alexander 185 

Benjamin 5 

Dudley 56 

Ebenezer 6 

Elisha 7. 56 

George 160 

Hannah 392 

Israel 489, 491, 493 

James ' 405 

John 107 

Jonathan 56 

Levi 298 

Mary 393 

Mehitabel 405 

Nathan 5 

Nathan, Jr 5 

Oliver 231 

Philip 230 

Phoebe 231 

Samuel 159 

Thomas 126 

Titus 414 

William 65, 231 

Hyde, Ebenezer 438 

James 185 

John 80 

Levi 80 



Ilsley, John 17 

Ingalls. Edmund 122 

Eld/ad 9 

Henry 122, 185 

John 9 

Jonathan 125 

Josiah 125 

Luther 254, 408 

Moses 320, 427 

Nathaniel 126, 139, 422 

Samuel 140 

Simeon 127 

Sylvester 408 

Ingersoll, Francis 229 

George 228 

Ingraham, Alexander 185 

Ives, Joseph 33 

Jack, Andrew 96 

Jackman, Benjamin 17 

George 17 

George, Jr 17 

John 16 

Moses 16 

Pichard 38 

Poyal 434 

Samuel 16, 278, 399 

Simeon 16 

Jackson, Aaron 278 

Benjamin 81, 107 

Caleb 130 

Clement '. 115 

Daniel 117, 185 

Daniel, Jr 117 

Dorothy 415 

Ebenezer 13 

Eleazer 380 

Ephraim 415 

George 115 

Hall 115 

James 128 

John 116 

John A. H 232 

John Henry 3^33 

Joseph ....' 106, 115 

Martha 430 

Moses 244 

Nathaniel 118 

Nathaniel, Jr 118 

Pichard 116 

Robert 99, 298 

Royal 212 

Samuel 81, 116 

Sarah •••399 

William 414 



602 



INDEX 



Jacobs, Daniel 10 

John 185 

Joshua 183 

Molly 394 

Jaffre3% see also Jeffry. 

George 121 

James, Benjamin 55, 74 

Benjamin, Jr 75 

David 74 

Edmund 139 

Francis 50, 105 

Israel 74 

Jabez 368, 405 

John 75 

Jonathan 55 

Joshua 61 

Kinsley Hall 54, 458 

Jameson, Alexander 8 

Hug-h 46, 185 

James 164 

John 46, 136 

Samuel 254 

Thomas.. 164, 338, 499, 502, 505, 508 

511, 514, 517, 520, 523, 526, 529 

William 164 

Janvrin, Ebenezer 117 

George 117 

Jaques, Eunice 426 

John 88 

Samuel 28 

Jaquith, Ebenezer 312 

Jeffry, see also Jaffrey. 

John 55 

Jefts, Joseph F 396 

Jenkins, Benjamin 214 

Cornelius 128 

David 244, 428 

Obadiah 244 

Samuel 238 

Stephen 128 

William 83, 118 

William, Jr 83 

Jenks, Jeremiah 102 

Moses 21 

Jenness, Aaron 129 

Daniel 130 

David 129 

Francis 131 

Francis, Jr 131 

Isaac 103 

Job 1:^2 

Job, Jr 132 

.Tohn 129, 131, 132 

Jonathan 131 

Joseph l'^3 



Jenness, couf. 

Joshua 61 

Joshua, Jr 61 

Moses 129 

Nathaniel 132 

Paul 129 

Richard 41, 132 

Richard, Jr 132 

Richard, 3d 132 

Samuel 109, 131 

Samuel, Jr 132 

Thomas 43, 62 

William 129 

William, Jr 129 

Jennings, E'benezer 224 

Job 185 

Joseph 185 

Jennison, Levi 412 

Lot 65 

Jewell, Asahel 161 

Daniel 146 

David 145 

Ediwin 433 

Enos 185, 475 

Henry 144 

Jacob 142, 146 

James 338, 450 

John 155 

John, Jr 156 

Joseph 20, 185, 468 

Mark 142 

Jewett, Andrew 138 

Benjamin 68, 298, 388, 405 

David 24, 42 

Edward 125, 127 

Enoch 266, 410 

Ezekiel 127, 150 

James 69 

Jedediah 436, 442 

John 67 

John, Jr 67 

Jonathan 147, 328 

Mark 68 

Moses 67 

Nathaniel 358 

Samuel 68, 185, 368 

Sarah 395 

Stephen 126 

Jillson, Jonathan 123 

Job, John 472 

Johnson, Aaron 449 

Abigail 407 

Abner 31 

Benjamin 25, 51, 105 

Benjamin, Jr 51, 106 



INDEX 



603 



Johnson, cant. 

Caleb 31, fiO 

Charles 32 

Cornelius 36 

Daniel 158 

David 157, 471 

Ebenezer 136 

Edmund 156 

Elijah 244 

Elisha 63 

Enoch 156 

Ephraim 266 

Ezra 160 

Hannah 405 

Henry 432 

Ichabod 3 

Isaac 449 

Israel 30 

Ithamar 45, 185 

James 50, 62, 348 

Jeremiah 78 

Jesse 60, 338 

John 8, 61, 134, 138, 338, 358, 421 

Jonathan 278 

Josejih 21, 61, 254, 403 

Joseph, 2d 254 

Josiah 449 

Lemuel 19 

Miles 380 

Moses 45, 71, 105, 312 

Nathan 462 

Nathaniel 61 

Obadiah 76 

Peter 131, 132, 224 

Philip 489, 491, 494 

Philip, Jr 488, 490, 492 

Phineas 366, 396 

Reuben 462 

Samuel 59, 105, 134, 254, 432 

Samuel, Jr 59 

Simeon 45, 185, 462 

Simon 52, 131, 133 

Stephen 59, 88 

Timothy 133, 368 

William 185 

Willis 158 

Zebediah 150 

Johnston, Benjamin 53 

George B 414 

Michael 328, 408 

William 87 

Johonnot, Prince 338 

Jones, Alexander 117 

Asa 33-35, 312, 424 

Benjamin 81, 82 



Jones, cunt. 

Daniel 66, 144 

Dudley W 425 

E., Jr 81 

Ebenezer 81 

Ephraim 153, 469 

Evan 133 

Ezra 33, 40 

Georg-e 81, 419 

Jacob 143 

James 79, 120 

Jehu 22 

John.. 69, 81, 433, 460, 462, 463, 485 

Jonathan 40, 338 

Joseph 41, 42, 82, 130, 144 

Joseph, Jr 144 

Joshua 120 

Josiah 87, 185 

Levi 48 

Matthias 82 

Moses 69 

Nathan 4, 40 

Nathan, Jr 5, 40 

Prescott 422 

Samuel.. 22, 23, 28, 65, 128, 185, 462 

Sarah 419 

Simon 66 

Thomas 34, 266 

Timothy 51 

William 65, 97, 266, 433 

William, Jr 65 

Jordan, Benjamin .320, 399 

Eleazer 244, 449 

John 183 

Peter 90 

Joslin, David 242, 416 

James 64 

John ' 312, 429 

Liike 428 

Nathaniel 64, 312, 428 

Peter 312 

Rebecca 428 

Richard 22 

Samuel 22 

Sarah 416, 429 

Taylor 496 

Joy, Joseph 100 

Joyce, Thomas 185 

Joyner, William 185 

Judd, Ebenezer 35 

Ebenezer, Jr 35 

Enoch 35 

Levi 366 

Nathan 254 

Judkins, Benjamin 43, 76, 455, 456 



604 



INDEX 



Jndkins, (-(jiif. 

Caleb 77 

Ebenezer 185, 477 

Henry 77 

Job 19, 93 

John 77 

John, Jr 77 

Jonathan. .43, 499, 502, 504, 508, 511 
514, 517, 520, 523, 526, 529, 532 

Joseph 43, 68, 77, 451 

Josiah 69 

Leonard 136 

Robert 50 

Samuel 139, 152 

Kane, Barnabas 14 

Keef e, Jeremiah 1S5 

Michael 6, 185 

Keep, Leonard 158 

Keith, Caleb 328, 432 

Ichabod; 312 

Kellogg-, Ezekiel 328 

Kellom, Daniel 340, 409 

Ebenezer 163 

Samuel 444 

Thomas 340, 409 

Kelly, Anthony 358 

Charles 233 

Daniel 140 

Darby 19 

David 77, 368 

Ebenezer 11 

Edward 138 

Hugh 87 

Jacob 54 

James I45, 214 

Joanna 233 

John 9, 136. 185, 440 

Jonathan 49, 298, 397 

Joseph 71^ 232 

Lavinia. B 231 

Mary 233 

Micajah 368, 405 

jSTathaniel 286 

Peter 87 

Philip 51 

Richard 133 

Samuel 46, 59, 109, 134 

Samuel G 405 

Timothy 328, 409 

William 230 

Kelsey, Absalom 102 

Alexander 88 

Giles 102 

James 107 



Kelse3', rcnit. 

Jesse 102 

Joel 380, 420 

Lemer 102 

Moses 455, 456 

Roswell 102 

Zachariah 298 

Kelso, Alexander 95 

Daniel 96 

Jonathan 85 

William 95 

Kemp, Amios 469 

Asa 266 

Benjamin 312, 423 

David 428 

Eliakim 428 

Ezekiel 162 

Simon 268 

Thomas 185,254 

Tryphena 416 

William 185 

Kempton, Stephen 123 

Kendall, George 433 

John, Jr 5 

Joshua 254 

Josiah 418 

Lemuel 409 

Mary 433 

Nathan 4, 185, 340-, 393 

Reuben 157, 244 

Kendrick, Benjamin 5, 42 

Daniel 328, 408 

David 41 

Nathaniel 408 

Oliver 244 

Samuel 328 

Kennedy, James 186 

John 186, 441 

William 14 

Kennej\ Daniel 160 

David 160 

Israel 186 

Samuel 186 

Kenniston, Aaron 100 

•Bickford 145 

Daniel 31 

David 368, 426 

Ebenezer 286, 403 

Francis 106 

Henry 145 

James 473 

Job 461, 468 

John 82 

Jonathan 52, 102 

Joseph 41 



INDEX 



605 



Kenniston, co)it. 

Jo.siah 82 

Lewis 99 

Nancj^ 428 

Nathaniel 459 

Peter 116 

Samuel 2 

Solomon , 56 

Thomas 100 

Valentine 105 

Kent, Abel 328 

Job 60, 358 

John GO, 298 

Kentfield, George 436, 442, 459 

Kenyon, Joseph 380 

Keyes, Abner 186, 268 

Daniel 15S 

Edward 2 

Ephraim 2 

Ezekiel 254, 423 

John 159 

Silas 340 

Simon 159 

Stephen 254 

William 2 

Kezar, ]\Ioses 278 

Reuben 26, 348 

Kibbey, Philip W 266, 420 

Kidder, Aaron B 424 

Benjamin 87 

Jonas 340 

Josiah 5 

Nathaniel 80 

Phineas 340, 415 

Sampson 88 

Samuel 3 

Thomas 3 

Wilder 186 

Kiellie, see Kelly. 

Kilbum, Ebenezer 58 

Eliphalet 2G8, 348, 395 

Eliphalet, Jr 395 

Joel 58 

John 33 

Josiah ..58 

Josiah, Jr .,58 

Kilton, Thomas 186, 312 

Kimball, Aaron 67 

Abel 67, 2''0 

Abig-ail 425 

Abraham 68, 208 

Amos 231 

Asa 36 

Barnard 134 

Benjamin 54, 60 



Kimball, coiif. 

Caleb 202 

Caroline 231 

Danby 340 

Daniel 128, 254, 396, 408, 496 

David 109, 244, 418 

Dudley 20 

Ebenezer 26 60 

Elisha 412 

Ezekiel 153 

Ezra oQg 

Henry 4 

Hezeldah 2I6 

Jabez 431 

James 69 

Jesse 328 

John 35, 93, 153, 186, 405, 475 

Joseph CO, 65, 154 

Joseph, Jr 60 

Joshua 65, 109 

Louis 231 

Michael 109 

Moses 6, 60, 67 

Nathan 68 

Nathaniel 55, 68, 186 

Noah 153 

Oliver 134 

Oliver, Jr 135 

Penula 231 

Peter 17 

Philip 37 

Phineas fj? 

Porter 19 

Reuben 35, 69 

Richard 125, 134 

Richard, Jr 126 

Robert 54 

Samuel 65, 67, 109, 423 

Sargent 368, 397 

Stephen 37 

Thomas 153, 224 

Timothy 37, 230, 495 

Tristram 425 

William 65, 109 

Willis 328, 412 

Kineaid, John 88, 134 

Kinear, John 97, 107 

King, Benjamin 186 

George 113 

George, Jr 115 

Jabez 32 

James 328, 409 

«Ni. Luther 380 

Reuben 437 

Richard 159 



606 



INDEX 



King-, cout. 

Silas 3 

Thomas 38, 439 

Zebulon 42 

Kingman, John 11, 13 

Kingsbury, Abijah 32 

Absalom 3, 4 

Daniel 71, 74 

Ebenezer ISG 

Nathaniel 72 

Oliver 380 

Sanford 380 

Kingsley, James 122 

Kinnem, Benjamin 153 

Ki nne y, Amos 70 

Kinsman, Aaron 18 

Nathan 448 

Kitson, Richard 117 

Kittredge, Joshua 312 

Solomon 7, 266, 418 

Zephaniah 340, 418 

Klein, Adonijah 443 

Knapp, Abiel 123, 186 

Lathrop 244 

Kneeland, Ichabod 186 

Knight, Abiah 408 

Abiel 186 

Abraham 106, 489, 491, 493 

Amaziah 33 

Artemas 312 

Benjamin 204 

Charles 128 

Elijah 200, 266, 312, 411 

Eliphalet 13-3 

Enoch 9 

Ephraim 298 

Francis 186 

John 9, 286, 489, 491, 493 

John, Jr 8 

John, 3d 9 

Jonathan 348, 39.5 

Joseph 8, 128 

Joseph, Jr 8 

Joshua 8, 130 

Moses 254, 39 1 

Paul 228 

Sarah 394 

Shipley Willard 229 

Temple 115 

Tristram 9 

William 115, 128, 244, 328 

Knowles, Amos 24, 62 

Amos, Jr 62 

David 104, 105 

Dorothy 396 



Knowles, cout. 

Eleazer 395 

Ezekiel 23, 286, 401 

Isaac 186 

James 129 

Jeremiah 62 

John 28, 129, 368, 418 

John, Jr 28 

Jonathan 53, 103 

Joseph 28, 104, 418 

Josiah 53 

Nathan 28 

Nathaniel 141 

Samuel 133 

Samuel, Jr 132 

Simon 53, 286 

Knowlton, David 53 

Elias 186 

John 16, 45, 244 

Jonathan 105 

Robert 278 

Thomas 106, 186 

Knox, see also Nock. 

David 2 

James 109 

John 109, 348 

John, Jr 110 

Molly 398 

Timothy 110 

William 2, 38, 110 

Kyle, John 164 

Ladd, Benjamin 44, 77, 186 

Daniel 43, 90, 133 

Dudley 42 

Edward 54 

Elias 141 

Elias, Jr 141 

Eliphalet 164 

Isaac 139 

James 152, 328 

Jeremiah 26 

John 77, 109. 141, 152, 186 

Joseph 328 

Nathaniel 52, 152 

Paul 51 

Paul, Jr 52 

Samuel 55, 426 

Simeon '. 107 

Timothy 66, 164 

Timothy, Jr 164 

Lake, Daniel 126, 244 

Enos 312, 424 

George 126 

Hepzibath 424 



INDEX 



607 



Lake, cont. 

John E 424 

Thomas 96 

Lakeman, Nathaniel 108 

Nathaniel, Jr 108 

Samuel 108 

Lakin, Oliver 244 

Simeon 340 

Winslow 268, 404 

Lamas, Samuel 83 

Lam'b, James 244, 380 

Josiah 30 

Nathaniel 380, 412 

Lamberton, Obed 306 

Lamprey, Benjamin 104, 298 

Daniel 63, 358, 407 

Henry 75 

John". 61, 103 

John, Jr 62 

Morris 103, 106 

Nathaniel 62 

Reuben 62 

Samuel 75 

Simon 103 

Lamson, Betsey 418 

Jeremiah .' 186, 450 

Jonathan 5, 418 

Joseph 54, 186, 340, 419 

Samuel 54, 186 

Williain 6 

Lancaster, Henry 135 

John 135 

Moses 84 

Nathaniel 415 

Samuel 186 

Lane, Asaph 312, 429 

Ebenezer 63 

Elisha 429 

Jacob 186 

James 358 

Jesse 102 

John 23, 29, 61, 74, 82, 102, 138 

John, Jr 29 

Joshua 145 

Josiah 63 

Meny 398 

Oliver Wellington 61 

Prince 298 

Eobert 102 

Samuel H.", 312, 429 

Samuel, Jr 14 5 

Simon 63 

Ward 63 

William 63, 64 

William, Jr 62 



Laney, Thomas 268 

Lang, Bickford 131 

Daniel i ] 7 

Henry nc, 

John 117, 119 

Mark 1 lo 

Nathaniel 119 

Samuel 119 

William 148, 498. 501, 504, 507 

Langdell, Joseph 6 

Livermore 95 

Langdon, John 11:5, hg, 119 

Joseph 119 

Eichard 115 

Samuel 119 

Samuel, Jr 119 

William 113, ]21 

Langley, Benjamin 358 

Betsey 421 

David 298 

Eldad 108 

James 42, 413 

Jonathan 107 

Samuel 82 

Thomas, Jr 83 

Winthrop 328 

Langmaid, Henry 97 

Samuel 81, 97 

Lansing, Jacob John.. 465, 479, 486, 499 
502, 511, 514, 517 

Lapish, John 224, 436, 442 

Larkin. Patrick 15 

Larned, Silvanus 328 

Larrabee, Daniel 417 

John 499, 502, 505, 508, 511, 514 

517, 520, 523, 526, 529 

Stephen 73, 186 

Lary, Daniel 139, 186, 254 

John 238 

Lasell, John 49 

Lashnees, John E 488, 490, 492 

Laskey, William 83 

Latham, Arthur i62, 328, 415 

Berer 415 

James 161 

Joseph 162 

Robert 415 

Lathrop, Catherine 413 

George H 413 

John 380 

Lois 413 

Samuel 22, 206 

Slnman SO, 328 

Law, Andrew 151 

James 427 



608 



INDEX 



Law, cniit. 

Reuben 3-10, 427 

Sarah 411 

Lawrence, Abraham 18(5 

Daniel 93 

David 49, 88 

David, Jr 52 

Edward 50 

Gordon 93 

Isaac 230 

Isaac Eeed 231 

Luther 433 

Martin ISfi' 

Micah 163 

Nathaniel 162 

Nathaniel, 3d 161 

Oliver 340, 408 

Submit 433 

\Yilliam 244 

Lawson, Jonathan 340 

Leach, Azariah 157 

Benjamin 476 

Comfort .407 

Elizabeth 402 

Isaac 158 

Jacob 157 

James 89 

Joseph 116, 136, 268 

Josiah 116, 158, 429 

Josiah, Jr 157 

Samuel 402 

Seth 158 

Sherebiah 157 

Silas 254 

William 136, 160, 186, 348, 419 

Zephaniah 157 

Lear, Alexander 132 

Benjamin 119 

George Walker 148 

John 96 

Joseph 148 

Nathaniel 119 

Samuel.. 115, 298, 348, 3SS, 402, 403 

Samuel L 403 

Tobias 120 

Learned, Benjamin 45 

Ezekiel 126 

Leary, see Lary. 

Leathers, Abednego 107 

Abiel 107 

Alice 231 

Edward 82 

John 82 

Jonathan 298, 473 

Joseph 358 



Leathers. Cdiit. 

Nicholas 107 

Stephen 230 

Vowel 106-108 

Leaver, William 473 

Leavitt, see also Lovett. 

Abigail 233 

Almira 233 

Amos 368, 416 

Andrew 340, 418 

Barron T 434 

Benjamin 104, 142, 145, 186, 286 

Carr 48 

Daniel 19 

Edward 469 

Gideon 138 

James 286 

John 48, 104, 146 

Jonathan 61, 146, 298, 400, 473 

Jonathan, Jr 145 

Joseph 153 

Joshua 43 

Josiah 146 

Lucinda 233 

Mary 393 

Mehitabel 233 

Moses 104, 458 

Nathaniel 216, 479, 484 

Nehemiah 298 

Peter 459 

Polly 434 

Rhoda 233 

Sally 233 

Salome E 233 

Samuel 42, 146, 455, 456, 459 

Simon 48, 358, 420 

Thomas 20, 41, 61, 104, 232 

Thomas C 420 

William 186, 418, 476 

Le Bourveau, Aaron 229 

John 72 

Keene 229 

Levey 229 

Lvdia 229 

Zenas 228 

Lecomte, Samuel 204, 206 

Lee, Abiel 298 

Jonathan 447 

Joseph 328 

Nathan 298, 434 

William 460 

Leete, Asa 35 

Benjamin 35 

Leigh, Joseph 119 

'Thomas 114 



INDEX 



609 



Leig-hton, David 12S 

George 9S 

Gideon 11 

Isaac 13 

Jacob 308, 419 

James 12, 268 

Jedediah 368 

Joel 98 

John 10 

Mary 428 

Paul 120 

Leland, Eleazer 39, 186 

Jacob 39 

Leman, Nathaniel 340 

Lennon, Thomas 87 

Leonard, Ephraim 157 

John 2 

Solomon 186 

Letton, John 186 

Leveret, Job 451 

Lewis, Benjamin 186 

Eli ISO 

Gideon 33 

James 92, 186 

John 120, 3S0, 413 

John, Jr 120 

Jonas 254 

Joseph 64 

Josiah 241 

Martha 416 

Naboth 268, 328 

Phoebe 414 

Samuel 34 

Seth 33 

Tliomas 45, 159 

William 413 

Libby, Abraham 132 

Arthur 132 

Benjamin 368 

Bennett 54 

Enoch 428 

Ephraim 298 

George -. 114, 423, 431 

Ham 107 

Isaac 53, 128 

James 186, 278; 406 

Jeremiah 116 

Joseph 436, 437, 442 

Luke 254 

Paul 128 

Samuel 278, 392 

Light. Ebenezer..lS6, 464, 466, 468, 481 

John 187 

Prince 286 

Lincoln, John 208, 268 



Linn, Joseph 07 

Linscott, Samuel 490 

Little, Abner 59 

Benjamin, Jr 59 

Bond 44 

Daniel 59, 407 

Daniel, Jr 59 

Enoch 17 

Friend le, 343 

Henry 134 

James g, 14 

John 14 

Joseph S, 1S7, 268, 395 

Moses 59 

Robert 451 

Samuel 9, 58, 61 

Stephen .121 

Taylor 95 

Thomas 8, 187 

Tristram 59, 4 07 

Littlefield, Eliza .231 

George 230, 231 

Isaac 429 

Oscar 231 

Richard 2:51 

Robert 298 

Sarah 231 

Sophia 231 

Theodore 231 

Littlehale, Isaac 212 

Lydia 413 

Livermore, Daniel 478, 483 

David 340, 409 

Jonathan 159 

Livingstone, John 89, 96 

Robert 94. 450 

William 95, 340 

Locheron, John 439 

Locke. Benjamin 310 

David 132 

Ebenezer 125, 224 

Edward 57. 75, 128. 358 

Elijah 132, 348 

Ephraim 53 

Francis 53, 286 

Frederick 348 

James 131 

Jeremiah 132 

Jethro 13 

John, Jr 132 

Jonathan 62, 131 

Joseph 132 

Joseph, Jr 132 

Joshua 131, 469 

Levi 403 



610 



INDEX 



Locke, cant. 

:Shu-y 427 

Moses 5o, 1S7, 459 

Eichard i:;2, 2S6 

Richard, 3d 132 

Samuel ...20. (•!2, 456, 523, 526, 529 
531. 534. 537 

Simeon P 403 

Simon 12, 358 

Timothy Blake 75 

William 11. 26 

William, Jr 11 

Long, Uenjamin 1S7 

Ebeuezer 77 

George 358 

Joseph 2S. 1S7, 358, 429 

Moses 348, 410 

Paul 286 

Phoebe 420 

Pierse 113 

Eeuben S 400 

Eobert 143 

Stephen 139 

Longfellow, Jacob 41 

Sarah 396 

William 254 

Loomis, Joseph 386, 399 

Lord. Daniel 278, 395 

Eliphalet 298 

John 119 

Nathaniel 103 

Polly 423 

Eobert 54 

Stephen 499, 502, 505, 508, 511 

514, 517, 520, 523, 526, 529 

Thomas 368, 405 

William 10 

Loring, Jonathan 340 

Theophilus -. 424 

Loud, see Lowd. 

Lougee, Oilman 56, 57 

Oilman, Jr 57 

James 187 

Jesse 56 

John 220, 328, 406 

Jonathan 187 

Mary 428 

Moses 1 S7, 475 

Xeheniiah 56 

Love, William 65 

Love.ioy. Abiel 3S 

Benjamin 65 

Caleb no 

Caleb. Jr 110 

Chandler 36. 108 



Lovejoy, cnut. 

David 108 

Francis 5 

Henry 37, 160, 340 

Hezekiah 5 

Ira 231 

Jacob 5 

John 6, 126 

John. Jr 126 

Joseph 450 

Joshua 220 

Lydia 418 

Samuel 160, 268, 417 

Stephen 410 

Susanna 231 

William 230, 231, 417 

Loveland, Samuel W^ 200 

Lovering, Benjamin 77, 125, 358 

Ebenezer 75, 103, 104, 358, 420 

Jesse 462 

John 103, 35S 

Joseph 187 

Samiiel 268 

Simon D 104 

Theophilus 358 

Thomas 358 

Lovett. John 135 

Lovis. John 278, 397 

Lowd, Edward' 117 

Joseph 117 

Lowe, Asa 254 

Jacob ; 147, 254 

Joseph 115 

Simon 340. 407 

William 4 

Lowell. David 50 

Ezra 408 

James 40 

John 187 

John. Jr 135 

Moses 22 

Olive 431 

Peter 187. 380 

Eeuben 77 

Stephen, Jr 71 

William 224 

Lowry, Stephen 97 

Loynes. William 494 

Lucas, Oeorge W 202. 412 

James 320 

John 368. 434 

Sally 434 

Luce. Ebenezer 298 

Lucy. Alexander 106 

John 42 



INDEX 



611 



Luddy, John 145 

Lufkin, Samuel ;;S0 

Stephen 27 

Lull, David 340 

Mary 432 

Moses 432 

Simon 91, 187 

Lummus, see Lamas. 

liumper, Levi 48 

Lund, Hosea 431 

Jonathan 5 

Stephen 328, 431 

Lunt, Daniel 113 

Ezekiel 459 

John 50 

Luther, Caleb 380 

Lutting-ton, John 445 

Moses 43G, 442 

Lyford, Biley 20 

James Oilman 90 

John 25, 52 

Moses 20 

Stephen 102 

Thomas 54 

Lyman, Elias SO 

John 49 

Lynch, Morris 8 

Lynde, Charles 34 

David 34 

David, Jr 34 

Lyon, Aaron 3 

Ebenezer 23S 

James 15 

John 44 

Jonathan 6 

Josiah 4 

Lj^ons, James 87 

Michael.. 520, 523, 526,528, 531, 534 

537 

McAdams. John 87 

Robert 88 

Samuel 88, 163 

William 88 

McAfee, Archibald 27 

Hue:h 29 

Mansfield 29 

McAllister. Ananias 5 

Archibald 86, 95 

Benjamin 187, 450 

Daniel 95, 96 

George 86 

Isaac 92 

James 14 

John 86, 95 



McAllister, rout. 

Randall 187, 208 

Richard 15 

Samuel ill 

William 187 

McAlvin, William 404 

McBreney, William 148 

McBride, Hugh 118 

John 92 

McCauley, Florence 495 

Isabel 402 

James 46, 402 

John 65 

McClary, David 14, 86. 187 

John 7, 53 

John, Jr 53 

Michael 478 

Sarah 403 

Thomas 84, 86, 450 

William 15 

McClellan, Hugh 24 

Joseph 28 

McClenche, John 87 

Joseph 187 

McClintock, Alexander 65 

John 65, 450 

Michael 91 

William 91 

McClure, David 115, 268 

James 2, 187 

John 340 

Jonathan 43 

Manley 393 

Martha 392, 393 

Mehitabel 397 

Robert 86, 380 

Samuel 43, 392, 440 

William 187 

McClurg, George 187 

John 86 

Robert 1S7 

McCollom, Alexander 84 

Robert S'J 

Thomas 94 

McConnell, John 112 

Jonathan 436, 441 

Moses 109 

Samuel HO 

Thomas 107 

Ware 206, 422 

McConnor, James 187 

McCormick, John 187, 360 

Robert 1S7 

McCoy, Alexander 163 

Charles 2, 107 



612 



INDEX 



McCoy, cont. 

James 187 

John 164 

Jonathan 278, 395, 493 

Stephen 278, 395 

Thomas 164 

■\Villiam Ill 

McCrillis, David 25, 455, 456 

Henry 53 

James 93 

John 41, 53, 106 

WiHiam 53, 459 

McCiirdy, John 47, 149, 268 

Eobert 84 

Samuel 149 

McCntcheon, Frederick 328, 395 

Phedris 110 

McDaniel, Edmund 187 

Edward 187 

James 469 

Jeremiah 25 

John 25, 110, 187 

Nehemiah 110 

Robert 110 

William 13 

William. Jr 12 

McDonald, Eandall 21 

McDowell, Alexander , . .161 

McDufEee, Daniel 89 

James 129 

John 89, 368, 424 

Matthew 14 

William 127 

Mace, Andrew 62 

Moulton 416 

Samuel 103 

McElroy, James 30 

McFarland, John 160 

Joseph 187 

Robert 85 

McGaffev, Andrew, 53, 220, 458, 478, 485 

John 53 

Neal 53, 458, 483, 485 

McGaw, Robert 95 

McGay, Samuel 187 

McGilvary, William 187 

IMcGinnis, Barnabas 95 

McGrath, Daniel 187 

Roger 59 

McGreg-ore or McGreg-orv, D 84 

David ." 478, 484 

Duncan 436, 442 

James 84, 89, 216 

Joel 306, 420 

John 380 

London 187 



McGuin, Samuel ,425 

Mcllvaine, Daniel 163 

Ebenezer 471 

James 340 

John 268, 340 

Robert 1(53 

William 340 

Mclntire, Jacob 187, 2GS, 407 

James 117 

John 320, 412 

Neal 114 

Mcintosh, Alexander 22 

Archibald 187 

James 22, 187 

John 14, 86, 9'i 

Mack, Andrew 86 

Archibald 85, 187 

Bezaleel 244 

Daniel Ill 

Elisha 58 

James 187 

Jeremiah 188 

Joseph 3, 86 

Xathan 3 

Mackay, Benjamin 118 

John 188 

McKeen, Alexander 328 

David 85 

Hugh 450 

James 5, 188 

John 85, 380, 392 

Robert 88 

Samuel 392 

William 44, 111 

McKinley, Robert 27 

McKinney, John 14 

McKnight, James 91 

Robert 188 

McLaughlin, John 14, 95 

John, Jr 95 

Lydia 406 

Thomas 14 

McLaughton, James 380 

Thomas 134 

McLean, John 314 

McLucas, Daniel 110 

McMahon, James 187 

John 115, 471 

McMaster, Thomas 29 

William 28 

McMichael, Patrick 32 

McMillan, Andrew 38 

Archibald 95, 188, 224 

Daniel 95 

John 96 

John, Jr 95 



INDEX 



613 



McMurphy, Alexander 91, 392 

Archibald 8(5 

Daniel 224, 392 

George 87 

James 86 

John Ill, 228 

Polly 229 

Eobert 89 

Robert, Jr Bfi 

Saunders 256 

McNee, William 111,112 

William, Jr Ill 

McNeil, Abigail 428 

Daniel 66, 89, 96 

John 340 

John Caldwell 450 

Josiah 95 

Lucy 410 

Robert 84 

Solomon 410 

William 95, 129 

McPherson, James 96 

James, Jr 96 

Rowell 96 

Samuel 29 

McQuaid, Jacob 14 

McQuesten, Hugh N 208 

Magoon, Alexander 476 

Edward 457 

Joseph 90 

Josiah 368, 419, 456 

Moses 21, 188 

Samuel 188, 278 

Thomas 90 

Main, Josiah 128 

Maleham, Joseph 152 

Mallarce, Nathaniel 445 

Mallet, Thomas 268 

Maloney, James 25 

John 25 

Mandel, John 188 

Mann, Abraham 123 

Asa 123 

Benjamin 460, 463 

Gideon 123 

Hezekiah ...73 

James 110 

John 110 

Joseph 278 

Martha 409 

Nehemiah 157 

Obadiah 238 

Peter 114 

Samuel 110 

Theodore 92 

William 110 



Manning, John '..268 

Joseph 208 

Sarah 416 

Thomas 117 

Mansfield, Achilles 73 

Charles 244 

Eli.iah 151 

George 85 

James 33 

Levi 127 

iManson, Josiah 12 

Richard 119 

^Mansur, William 150 

^lanuel, Anthony 18 

John .' 16 

Moses 16 

Peter 188 

Samuel 188 

Marble, Caleb 135 

Joseph 161 

Sally 433 

March, Clement 117 

George 147 

Henry 368 

John 87 

Joseph 42 

Samuel 40, 188 

Stephen 60 

Marcus, Asa 231 

Betsey 231 

Deborah 231 

Drusa 231 

Samuel 230, 231 

Marden, Ann 397 

Benjamin 131 

Benjamin, 3d 132 

David 393 

Edward 254 

Hinkson 11 

Israel 120 

James 11, 53, 116, 300, 393, 471 

John 50, 116 

Joseph 132 

Nathan 53 

Nathaniel 132 

Nathaniel, Jr 131 

Samuel 131 

Stephen 28 

Thomas 119 

William 131, 358 

Margery, Jonathan 188 

Mariner, John 146 

Nicholas 147, 288 

Markham, Joseph 244 

William 2 

]\Iarks, John 58 



61-4 



INDEX 



Marsden, George 188 

Marsh, Betsey 411 

Daniel 244, 314, 431 

Dudley 188 

Edmund 330, 396 

Gershom 459 

Henry 56 

Hirami 411 

Jacob 340, 422 

John 56, 85, 340, 469 

Jonathan 268 

Joseph 300, 358 

Moses '''3 

Newton 396 

Noah 216, 476 

Samuel 70, 71, 85 

Thomas "70 

Marshall, Aaron 150 

Abel 320, 399 

Abigail 407 

Antipas 320, 420 

Benjamin 70, 188 

Benjamin, Jr 188 

Daniel 87 

David 94, 188 

George H^ 

George, Jr 117 

Hawley 19 

Isaac 340, 422 

James 188 

John 86, 117, 188, 403 

John, Jr 117 

Moses 43 

Nathaniel 340 

Obadiah 119 

Philip 8S 

Bichard ^0, 88 

Robert 358, 407 

Samuel 244 

Thomas 150 

William 60, 115 

Marstes, John 102 

Marston, Abigail 420 

Abraham 368, 402 

Asa 358 

Benjamin 220 

Benjamin, Jr 104 

Caleb 103 

Daniel 44, 420 

David 103, 105 

Dearborn 420 

Eliphalet 455, 457 

Elisha 62 

Ephraim 62 

Hepzibah 420 

Isaac 101, 104 



Marston, coiit. 

Jacob 348 

James 19, 486 

Jeremiah 63 

Jeremiah, Jr 62 

John.. 48, 62, 101, 104, 328, 368, 426 

John L 402 

Jonathan 62 

Jonathan, Jr 62 

Joseph 137 

Levi 358, 459 

Matthias 288 

Nathaniel 137 

Philip 63 

Eeuben 48, 93 

Eeuben, Jr 93 

Rhoda 422 

Samuel 20, 63 

Simeon 104 

Simon 41, 61, 455, 458, 459 

Thomas 103, 35S 

Winthrop 20 

Martin, Amos 268 

Andrev^f 368, 408 

Christopher 188 

Eleazer 122, 188 

George 123 

Henry 36 

James 14, 110 

Jesse 188 

Jirah 328, 394 

John 123 

John. Jr 123 

Jonathan 155, 159, 268 

Joseph 80 

Josiah 394 

Lewis 407 

Moses 123 

Nathaniel 268 

Perley 395 

Peter 123 

Reuben '.153 

Robert 97, 328 

Thomas 114 

Timothy 450 

William' 109. 114. 32S, 414 

W^illiam. Jr 110 

:Marvell, John 340 

^Marvin, Giles 4 

John 149 

Mason, Abigail 426 

Benjamin 45, 63, 104 

Benjamin M. 418 

Bradstreet...520, 523, 526, 529, 531 

535, 537 
Daniel 145 



INDEX 



615 



Mason, cont. 

Deborah 41u 

Edmund 63 

Edward 146, 3fiS 

Francis 145 

Hugh 314 

James 41, 486 

John 99, 268 

Jonathan 300, 338 

Joseph 50, 94, 147, 314 

Joseph, Jr 145 

Josiah 63 

Lemuel B 388, 418 

Lydia 41G 

Oliver 124 

Peter 200, 224 

Eobert 42, 254, 455 

Samuel B 298 

Simeon 300, 473 

Simon 422 

Thomas 459 

William 402 

Massey, Daniel 133 

George 114 

Jonathan 133 

Massiiere, Francis 117 

Peter 238 

Mathers, Sally 401 

Mathes, see also Matthews. 

Benjamin 2 

Gershom 90 

Gideon 81 

Robert 14 

Samuel 82 

Thomas 288 

Matthews, see also Mathes. 

Abner 34 

Abner, Jr 34 

Hugh 254 

James 14 

Joel 34 

John 188, 244, 493 

Sarah 422 

Thomas... 14, 188, 422, 476, 534, 535 

537 

Matthewson, Charles .380, 392 

Horace 392 

Maxfield, Daniel P 393 

Eliphalet 1 41 

John 348 

Joshua 154 

Nathaniel 23 

Rhoda 398 

Richard 348, 398 

Maxon, Torrey 380, 413 

Maxwell, James 244 



Maxwell, cont. 

Priscilla 421 

Samuel 229 

Stephen 228 

Thompson 460, 463 

:May. Calvin 406 

Eunice 431 

John 328, 431 

Mayhew, Peter 256 

Maynard, Abel 244 

Caleb 150 

Israel 314 

Jedediah 188 

Samuel 422 

Mayo, Daniel 188 

Isacchar 244 

Meacham, Samxiel 49 

Mead, Benjamin 93, 99 

Betsey 398 

Bradley 398 

Eliza 431 

John 43, 65, 93, 100 

Levi 244 

Sarah 431 

Stephen 115, 380 

Thomas 116 

William 93 

Meader, Benjamin 131 

Elijah 147 

Jolin 99 

Jonathan 131 

Joseph 83, 131 

Lemuel 451 

. Mark 83 

Nathaniel 131 

Nicholas 82 

Stephen 300 

Means, Robert 4 

Melcher, Benjamin 75 

Edward ! 74 

James 118 

John 56, 74, 117, 119 

Nathaniel 117 

Melendy, Luther 393 

Thomas 340, 393, 450 

William, Jr 7 

Mellen, William 298, 486 

Meloon. Abraham 156 

Enoch 188 

John 42 

Jonathan 49 

Joseph 101 

Josiah 4.56, 464, 473 

Nathaniel 43, 137 

Nathaniel, Jr 137 

Samuel 101 



616 



INDEX 



]\re]oon, cant. 

Timothy 188 

Melvin, Benjamin 27, IGo 

Benjamin, Jr 1G3 

David 183 

John 234, 457 

John F 235 

Luther 235 

Lydia 235 

Thomas S 235 

Mendum, John 82 

iS'athaniel 116 

Merriam, Ezra 268, 496 

Isaac 320 

Merrick, Constant 314, 398 

Xathaniel 65 

Merrill. Aaron 360 

Abel 9, 70 

Abel, Jr 9 

Abiathar 142 

Abraham 9] 

Amos 28, 38, 164 

Anna 392 

Annis 414 

Asaph 44, 455, 456 

Benjamin 6, 69, 146, 188 

Caleb 16 

Daniel 93, 135, 340 

David 91, 135, 392 

Dean 109 

Dudley 457 

Eliphalet 142, 143 

Eliphalet. Jr 144 

Enoch 38. 147, 360 

Enoch, Jr 147 

Eunice 416 

Ezekiel 48 

Ford 146 

Hallowell 31 

Isaac 70 

James 8, 146, 220 

Jesse 133 

John 9, 43, 46, 70, 133, 380 

John, Jr 133 

Jonathan 36, 91 

Joseph 43. 136, 144, 146 

Levi 348 

Moses 91, 368 

Nathan 340 

Xathaniel 71. 134, 268 

Xathaniel, Jr 70 

Xathaniel, 3d 71 

Xehemiah 31, 238 

Perley 135 

Peter 136, 164 

Peter, Jr 164 



Merrill, cant. 

Phineas 254 

Eichard 68 

Robert 42 

Simon 360 

Stephen 27 

Thomas 38, 79 

Thomas, Jr 38 

Timothy 133 

True 431 

William 37, 69 

Merritt, Ebenezer 102 

Merrow, David 300 

Joshua 465, 467, 481, 495, 497 

Samuel 129 

Samuel, Jr 129 

Messer, Abiel 436, 442 

Ebenezer 254 

Richard 134, 136 

Metcalf , Abi jah 72 

Burgess 112 

Eli 71 

Ezra 188 

Joseph 31 

Jot ham 73 

Luke 188 

Michael 32, 72 

Nathan 31 

Timothy 244, 312 

Mighill, John .' . 101 

Josiah 101 

Samuel 101 

Samuel, Jr 101 

Thomas 188 

Miles. Abner 26 

Archa 25 

Henry 162 

Joel 244, 404 

Josiah 26 

Josiah, Jr 138 

Moses 469 

Xoah 404 

Samuel 26 

William 26 

:Milledge, John 439 

Miller, Benjamin 98 

Benjamin, Jr 118 

Farrar 188, 268, 471 

Heber 158 

Hugh 29 

Isaac 314, 411 

James 23, 89, 188, 380, 451 

John 164 

Jonathan 489, 491, 493 

Lemuel 4 

Mark 98 



IKDEX 



617 



Miller, cont. 

Matthew S4 

Moses 118 

Eobert 436, 442 

Samuel SS, 111 

Samuel, Jr Ill 

Samuel, Sd Ill 

William 29, 111 

Milliken, Adams 397 

Alexander 160 

Samuel 340 

Milling-ton, Samuel 80 

Solomon 80 

Mills, Amos 9 

Bradbury 188 

J 106 

Jacob 115 

James E 405 

John 12, 29, 60, 300, 348, 450 

Joseph 44, 519, 522, 525, 527, 528 

531, 534 

Reiiben 9 

Richard 115 

Eobert 44 

Samuel 388 

Sarah 405 

Thomas 46 

William 29 

Miltimore, Daniel 7 

James 85, 86 

William 89 

Miner, Charles 380 

Isaac 433 

Eachel 413 

Thomas 22 

Minot, Joseph 188 

Mitchell, Abigail 419 

Alice 410 

Benjamin 112 

Caleb 188, 288 

Daniel 110 

David, Jr 97 

Francis 87, 188 

Frederick A 407 

Isaac Ill, 476 

James 36, 188 

John 6, in, 188, 298 

Joseph 410 

Joshua 475 

Nathaniel 348 

Samuel Ill, 188, 419 

Thomas 88 

William 188 

Mixer or Mixter, Timothy 112, 188 

Moffatt, John " 114 

Monroe, Josiah 188 



Montgomery, Hugh 84 

John 13 

Jonathan 12 

Martin 451, 471 

Moody, Abigail 237 

Abner 368 

Asa 237 

Benjamin 206, :530, 412 

Bishop 237 

Clement 254 

Daniel 151 

Deborah 237 

Elisha 36 

James 458 

John 55, 101 

Jonathan, Jr 19 

Joseph W 434 

Josiah 151, 236, 314 

Martha 434 

Oliver 237 

Polly 237 

Eicliard 152 

Moore, Abig'ail 415 

Allan 95 

Archelaus 25 

Archibald 415 

Benjamin 127 

Charles 28 

Charles, Jr 29 

Daniel 14, 286 

Daniel, Jr. 14 

David 14 

Elizabeth 397 

Ephraim 18, 188 

Ezra 436, 442 

George 89, 535, 538 

Harvey 146 

Hugh 268 

James 14, 18, 189, 208 

John 2, 14, 18, 24, 25, 84, 89, 109 

110, 121, 380 

John, Jr 14, 396 

Joseph 314, 31S 

Joshua 24 

Josiah 216, 244 

Lawson 416 

Margaret 399, 427 

Moses 254, 415 

Ts^athaniel 25 

Peter 147 

Eobert 85, 89, 109 

Sampson 348 

Samuel 28, 70, 91, 111, 189 

Solomon 95 

Thomas 147, 314 

Timothy 340 



618 



INDEX 



Moore, cont. 

William 14. 25, 87, 96, 111, 145- 

147, 152, 1S9, 340, 358, 394, 475 

Moores, Abraham 268, 408 

Edmund 59 

Elkins 475 

Hubbard 424 

Isaac A 408 

James 7 

John, Jr 25 

Joseph 424 

Parker 88 

Samuel 7, 23 

Timothy 403 

Mordough, Nathan 152, 153 

Thomas 268 

Moreland, James 134 

John 133 

William 134, 268 

Morey, Benjamin 254 

Isaac 254 

Israel 328, 421 

Morg-an, Ashby 160 

Asa 395 

Benjamin 52 

Cornelius 29 

David 471 

Ezra 41.1 

Jeremiah 109 

John 471 

Josiah 95 

Nathaniel 67 

Parker 300 

Reuben 105, 368, 416 

Simeon 20 

William 340, 419 

Morrill, Abel 19 

Abraham 19, 432 

Adonijah 143 

Amos 461 

Annis 328 

Barnes 88 

David 25, 268 

Elizabeth 426 

Ephraim 55, 64 

Ephraim, Jr 55 

Ezekiel 25, 90 

Henry 40 

Isaac ' 90 

Jabez 154-156 

Jacob 456, 476 

Jeremiah 43 

John 16, 47, 256, 268, 401 

Joseph 57, 106, 216 

Julian 231 

Laban 25 



Morrill, cont. 

Levi 20 

Marston 90 

Micajah 63, 189 

Moses 90 

Nancy 399 

Nathan 328 

Nathaniel 106, 368, 426 

Nathaniel, Jr 106 

Obadiah 31 

Oliver , 50 

Paul 90 

Robert 14 

Roby 16 

Samuel 24, 51, 90. 216, 230, 268 

497 

Sargent 25 

Simeon 88 

William 20, 300, 418 

Morris, Ebenezer 430 

John 449 

Morrison, Abraham 89, 129 

Benjamin 256, 392 

David 26, 89, 300 

Ebenezer 138 

John.. 14, 112, 163, 189, 360, 485, 486 

Jonathan 129, 206, 368, 426, 430 

Joseph 89 

Joseph, Jr 88 

Robert 85, 107, 111, 392 

Samuel 65, 85, 86, 138, 164, 300 

386, 423 

Samuel, Jr : 86 

Simon R 426 

Susannah 392 

Thomas 85, 111, 189 

Thomas, Jr 112 

Thomas D 220 

William 89, 132 

Morrow, Alexander 163 

David 300 

John -....164 

Morse, Abigail 404 

Abner 48 

Asa 134 

Benjamin 54. 288, 300 

Benjamin B 404 

Benjamin E 418 

Daniel 45 

Edmund 60 

Eli 44 

Elijah .* 189, 224 

Eliphalet L 212 

Ezra 45, 189 

Henry 27 

Hiram 403 



INDEX 



619 



Morse, crmt. 

Isaac 475 

John 45, 94, 189 

Jonathan 150, 189, 328 

Joseph 29, 224, 320, 424 

Joshua 67 

Josiah 29, 397 

Leonard 413 

Mark 404 

Moody 133 

Moses 15, 189 

Moses, Jr 16 

Nancy 418 

Nathan 27 

Obadiah 206, 413 

Parker 29 

Peter 59, 60 

Philip 189 

Reuben 45 

Samuel... 28, 189, 278, 328, 348, 395 

405, 423 

Samuel, Jr 405 

Stephen 27, 256, 330, 408, 423 

Thomas 44, 58, 109, 189 

William 43 

Morton, Isaac 244 

Moses, Aaron 120 

James 119 

John 120 

Mark 53 

Nadab 119 

Samuel 53, 114 

Silvanus 53 

Theodore 114 

Thomas 114 

Timothy 82 

Moss, see Morse. 

Moulton, Anna 407, 415 

Benjamin 63, 74 

Charles 237 

Chase 237 

Daniel 132, 300, 328 

David (33, 140, 155, 415 

Edward B 61, 368 

Elisha 63 

Ephraim 62 

Ezekiel 63 

Job 328 

John 61 

John, Jr 62 

John, 3d 62 

John, 5th 61 

John, 6th 61 

Jonathan.. 61, 328, 414, 496, 535, 538 

Jonathan, Jr 61 

Joseph 61, 90, 104, 117, 328 



Moulton, ro7it. 

Josejjh, Jr 104 

Josiah 61, 220, 417 

Josiah, Jr 61 

Mahala 237 

Nancy 237 

Nathan 61 

Nehemiah 132 

Noah 328, 415 

Reuben 132, 368 

Richard 236 

Rinaldo 415 

Robert 55, 63 

Sally 237 

Simeon 471 

Small 61 

Thomas 41, 237 

William 59, 62, 288, 380, 40(5, 420 

Mountf ord, Timothy 114 

Muchmore, James 254 

Nathaniel 119 

Mud^ett, Ebenezer 154 

John 10, 155, 485 

Joseph 10 

Nicholas 19 

Scribner , 57 

Simeon 56, 57 

Thomas 56 

Mullen, James 288 

Mullett, Elizabeth 419 

Mulligan, Edmund 189 

Mullikin, Isaac 268 

Muncey, David 83 

Tiniothy 81 

Munger, Lorin 399 

Timothy '. 380 

Munn, Joel 189 

Murdock, Benjamin 451 

Oliver 449 

Murphy, David 392 

James 448 

Patrick 189, 471 

Sarah 392 

William 451 

Murray, Beriah 34 

Daniel 67 

John 189 

Samuel 131 

Muzzey, Benjamin 21 

Dimond 6 

John 16, 45, 60, 154 

Joseph 17 

Reiiben 7 

Robert 189 

Samuel 17 

Thomas 45, 60, 189 



620 



INDEX 



Nash, James 244 

John 314 

Xason, Benjamin 368, 447 

Edward 447 

Eichard 40 

Stephen 300, 422 

William 53 

Nay, John 62 

Joseph 62 

Samuel 63, 360 

Neal, Andrew 368 

Ebenezer 104 

Hubartus 54, 100 

Hubartus, Jr 100 

James 96 

John 101, 430, 458 

Joseph 368 

Joshua ..300, 430 

Eobert 119 

Samuel 101 

Sarah 409 

Walter 100 

William 96 

Zebulon 102 

Nealley, Andrew 42, 429, 430 

Benjamin 216 

John 107 

John. Jr 107 

Joseph 108, 288 

William 107, 216 

Nelson, Charles 436, 441, 443, 444 

James 53 

John 10 

Leader 119 

Mark 114 

Philip 348, 429 

William 73, 119, 189 

Nesmith, James 85, 268, 340, 393 

James, Jr 85 

John 84, 89, 189 

Nevers, Alpheus 397 

Nevins, David 134, 488, 490, 492 

Phineas 189 

William 189 

Newell, Daniel 314 

Jacob 92 

Joseph 123 

Rebecca 408 

Newhall, John 94 

Josiah 256 

Onesimus 340 

Newman, Benjamin 126 

Thomas 91 

Newmarch. Benjamin 116 

Newton, Ebenezer 72 

Eleanor 406 



Newton, coiit. 

Elnathan 92 

Francis 270 

Isaac 102 

John 77 

Phineas 39 

Robert 162 

William 136, 410 

Nicholas, Thomas 380 

Nichols, Aaron 450 

Adam 189 

Alexander 89 

Asaph 73 

David 462 

Enoch 403 

George 300 

Humphrey 59, 340 

James 20, 85, 189, 464, 466, 473 

474, 481 

John 65, 189, 475 

Jonathan 94 

Joseph 69, 76 

Martha 405 

Moses 4 

Samuel 83, 49G 

Susan 405 

Thomas 189 

Timothy 5, 83 

William 462 

William B 395 

Niles, Peter 380, 398 

Nims, Asahel 189 

David 72 

David, Jr 72 

Edmund 428 

Eliahim 72, 189, 314 

Zadock 72 

Noble, John 115, 238 

Mark llfi 

Moses 121 

Stephen 468 

Thomas 83 

Nock, see also Knox. 

Drisco 360 

Norcross, Jabez 126 

Jeremiah 125 

Page 126 

Norris, Benjamin 110, 189, 330 

David 26, 51, 189 

Eliphalet 473 

James 49, 464, 466, 473, 476, 483 

484, 496 

James, 4th 52 

Jonathan 189 

Joseph 120, 146 

Josiah 50 



INDEX 



621 



Norris, cont. 

Samuel 120, 1S9, 475 

Simeon 50 

Theophilus 3G0 

Thomas 52 

Zebulon 105 

North, W 497 

Northey, Eliphalet 300 

Norton, John 119, 460 

Jonathan 29 

Joseph 29, 35, 142 

Moses 189 

Nathan 28 

Simon 189 

Norwood, Francis 123 

Francis, Jr 122 

Nott, Thomas 2 

Nowell, Samuel 25(i 

Noyes, Aaron IS 

Benjamin 18 

Cutting- 17 

Daniel 16, 68, 109 

Enoch 8, 18 

Humphrey 9 

Humjahrey, Jr S 

Isaac . . . ". 17, 360. 407 

James 8, 78 

John IS,' 78 

Joseph 9, 60 

N 144 

Nathaniel 8 

Oliver 348, 409 

Samuel 9, 110 

Stephen 8 

Thomas ..8 

Timothy 360 

Nudd, Hannah 434 

James 104 

John 104 

Josiah 407 

Samuel 25, 434 

Simon 62 

Thomas 62 

William 368 

Nurse, Benjamin 94 

Benjamin, Jr 94 

Nute, David 1417 

John 129 

Jotham 220, 388 

Samuel 128, 300 

Sarah 401,' 417 

William 411 

Nutt, William 91 

Nutter, Anthony 368, 394 

Benjamin 10 

Christopher 98 



Nutter, cont. 

Ebenezer 368, 394 

Hatevil lo, 98 

Hatevil, 3d 97 

Henry 114, 11.7 

James gg 

John 97, 99^ 308, 394 

Joseph 97 

Joshua 98 

Jotham 130 

Mark 489, 49 J, 493 

Nelson Downing .98 

Richard 129 

Valentine 117 

William isg 

Oakes, Nathaniel 162 

Samuel 120 

Ober. Israel 135 

Jacob 96 

O'Brien, see Brien. 

Ockington, Mary 409 

Thomas 314 

O'Connor, see Connor. 

Odell. John 340, 417 

Joseph 38 

Thomas 107. 145 

William 4 

William. Jr 7 

Odiorne, John 97 

Nathaniel 1S9 

Samuel 97, 401 

William .54, 102 

Odlin, Elisha '. . .55 

William 54 

Olcott, William 446 

Oliver, Aaron 1S9 

Robert 460, 463 

Olmstead, Henry 414 

Israel 430, 443 

Susan 414 

Ordway, Edward 429 

Jacob 47 

J'ohn 80, 155, 448 

Joseph 135, 448 

proses 90 

Nathan 47 

Peter 348 

Samuel 154, 535, 53S 

Ormsby, Ebenezer 122 

Ezra 122 

Oliver 123 

Stephen 300 

Orne. James 288 

Orr, George 88 

Hugh 14 



622 



INDEX 



Orr, co)it. 

John 14, 15, 29, 208 

Samuel 189 

William 190 

Osborne, Jonathan 156 

Osgood, Benjamin 38, 72 

Benjamin, Jr 74 

Chase 51 

David 270 

Isaac 456 

James 51, 436, 448 

John 37, 368 

Joseph 56 

Joshua 72 

Moses 53 

Nathaniel 42 

Philip 144 

Eeuben 50 

Samuel 56 

William 33 

Osmond, Henry 190 

Otis, Elijah . . ' 12, 368 

James 460 

Joshua 11 

Micajah 11 

Nicholas 12 

Paul 11. 300, 405 

Richard 256 

Stephen 12 

Otterson, James 348, 410 

Owen. Daniel 161, 439 

Silvamis 436, 442 

Timothy 330 

Pack, Matthew 256 

Packard. Eleazer 462 

Ichabod 330 

Joseph Ij7 

Mark 314 

Packer, Betsev 235 

Charles .'. 235 

Edna 235 

Georo-e 234, 235 

Lucinda 235 

Paddleford. Jonathan 49 

Jonathan, Jr 49 

Philip 49 

Page. Aaron ^4 

Abijah 314 

Abner 61 

Abraham 69. 88 

Andrew 55 

Asa '^ 

Benjamin.... 42, 43, 49, 61. 153, 278 

414 

Caleb 46 

Caleb, Jr 46 



Page, co)it. 

Chase 455, 456 

Daniel.. 9, 41, 129, 144, 156, 280, 410 

David 38, 104, 300 

David, Jr 104 

Ebenezer 55, 136, 314 

Eli 122, 190 

Enoch 107, 144, 190, 206 

Francis 104 

Henry 139 

Isaac 88, 190 

Jabez 40 

James 8, 41, 455, 456 

Jeremiah 38, 46, 47, 53, 103, 141 

153 

Jesse 8, 9 

Job 350 

John 40, 51, 74, 125, 141 

John, Jr 74 

Jonathan 9, 60, 104, 141, 154, 190 

Jonathan, Jr. 9 

Joseph 129. 143 

Joseph M 220 

Josiah 153 

Lemuel 154 

Moses 8, 52, 386 

Nathan 76 

Nathaniel 125 

Onesiphorous 144 

Osgood 432 

Philip 190 

Phineas 280 

Reuben 87, 126 

Robert 42. 43, 143 

Samuel 62, 104. 126, 154 

Samuel, Jr 126, 154 

Shubael 61 

Simon 75, 104 

Stephen 8, 61, 75, 104 

Theophilus 76 

Thomas 39, 61 

William 46, 86, 370 

Paine, Abel 190 

Amos 28, 57 

Francis 446 

John 28 

Nathaniel 53 

Noah 448 

Philip 56 

Samuel 80 

Pallet, Joseph 25 

Nathaniel 25 

Palmer, Barnabas 127 

Benjamin 103 

Cotton 121 

Ebenezer 469 

Ichabod 330, 421 



INDEX 



623 



Palmer, cont. 

Jacob ., 62 

James 348 

John 360 

Jonathan 9, 7j, 153 

Joseph '.), 24, 48, 103 

Joshua ^ 330, 418 

Philbrick 75 

Samuel 47 

Simeon 190, 458 

Stephen 24, 47, 190 

Stephen, Jr 24 

Sybil 397 

Thomas, Jr 114 

Trueworthy 47 

William 48, 116, 472 

Pang-born, Eichard 449 

Park, Alexander 163 

Alexander, Jr 164 

Andrew 164 

Jacob 382 

Phineas 92 

Robert 163 

Parker, Abel 190 

Alexander 8 

Amasa 447 

Bailey 422 

Benjamin 159 

Benjamin W 270 

Colburn..520, 523, 526, 528, 531, 534 

537 

Dan 256, 396 

Daniel 348 

Ebenezer 9 

Elijah 270 

Elisha 270 

Ezra 162 

Henry 159, 360 

James 190 

Joanna 422 

John 120, 288, 436 

Jonathan 33, 126, 190, 270 

Jonathan, Jr 126 

Jonathan, 2d 246 

Joseph 109 

Josiah 160 

Levi 270 

Nahum 314 

Noah 121 

Peter 6 

Philemon 246 

Phineas 190 

Reuben 122 

Robert 82 

Samuel 110, 127. 190, 256, 414 

Solomon 330, 414 



Parker, cotit. 

William... 89, 113, 120, 314, 342, 409 
424, 464, 466 

Parkhurst, Jonathan 159 

Phineas 221 

Parkinson, Henry 288 

William 88 

Parks, Aaron 244 

Michael 485 

Parlin, Stephen 149 

Parmelee, Ezra 102 

Parmenter, Nathaniel 342, 409 

Parrington, J ohn 216 

Parrott, Samuel 190 

Parshley, George 12, 300 

Ira 394 

John 13 

Richard 12 

Samuel 370, 428 

Thomas 300 

Parsons, Abraham 100, 370, 405 

Daniel 153 

Jacob 101 

Job 50 

John 55, 370 

Joseph 55, 131 

Samuel 50 

Thomas 48 

William 55, 256 

William, Jr 55 

Partridge, Amaziah 244 

Benjamin 116 

Levi ; 45 

Reuben 72 

William 118 

Patch, David 190 

Reuben 270 

Patrick, Ruf us 496 

Pattee, Abner 342 

Asa 231 

Dummer 230, 231 

Edward 135 

Elba 231 

James Paul 190, 330, 430 

Jerediah 86 

John 231 

Moses 300 

Phoebe 430 

Polly 231 

Richard 430 

Seth 133 

Silas W 430 

William 360 

Zephaniah 37, 436, 442 

Patten, David 190, 288 

John 54, 84, 151, 190, 487 



624 



INDEX 



Patten, cnnt. 

Jonathan 340, 535, 53S 

Matthew 14 

Moses 400 

Nathaniel 21, 190 

Kobert 2'.) 

Samuel 15, 44 

Thomas 23 

William 76, 397 

Willis 397 

Patterson, Adam 5, 190 

Alexander 64, 95 

Benjamin 112 

Ephraim 112 

Isaac 112, 270, 535, 538 

James 14 

John 6, 86, 112, 113 

Joseph 98, 212 

Nathaniel 14 

Eobert 96 

Eobert, Jr 95 

Eobert, 3d 95 

Thomas 85, 190 

William 159 

Paul, David 85 

James 84 

Eobert 436, 441 

Peabod y, David 88 

Ephraim 159 

Isaac 84, 159 

Isaac, Jr 1 59 

Keziah 231 

Marv Jane 231 

Moses 230 

Nathaniel 8, 9 

Stephen 7, 8 

Thomas 19, 270, 496 

William 6 

William, Jr 6 

Peacock, John 31, 66 

Samuel 31 

William 5 

Peake, John 33 

Pearl, Abraham 130 

Benjamin 13 

Diamond 129 

Joseph 127 

Pearne, William 113 

Pearse, see also Pierce and Peirce. 
Peter 121 

Pearson, Isaac 16 

James 270 

John 43, 76 

Joseph 16, 190 

Oliver 68 

Timothy M 360 

Pease, Benjamin 102 



Pease, cont. 

Eliphalet 101 

John 52 

Joseph 101 

Nathaniel 10, 101, 190 

Pelatiah 58 

Samuel • 101 

Peaslee, Benjamin 156 

Caleb 156 

Daniel 136 

David 190 

Ebenezer 156 

Jacob 78 

Jonathan 156 

Nathaniel 156 

Silas 156 

Peavey, Daniel 370 

Enoch 393 

Hudson 97 

James 13 

John 314, 428 

John, Jr 428 

Joseph 13 

Mary 393 

Peter 270 

Thomas 128 

Winthrop 496 

Peck, Hannah 406 

Matthew 448 

Walter 79, 330 

Pedrick, Joseph 278, 433 

Peirce, see also Pierce and Pearse. 

Amos 157 

Benjamin 125, 126, 158 

Daniel 115, 157 

Ebenezer 157 

Humphrey 143 

Humphrey, Jr 143 

John " 117, 121, 163 

John, Jr 161 

Joseph 5 

!Moses 143 

Noah 115 

RaniTiel 143 

Thomas 120 

Thomas. Jr 117 

William 160 

Pelton, David M 408 

Joseph r^30 

Pelts, .lames 306 

Pendell, Elisha 58 

Pendexter, Charles 190 

Edward 116 

.Tohn 38 

Philip 115 

Penhallow, .John 113 

Eichard Wibird 117 



INDEX 



626 



Penhallow, cont. 

Samuel 113 

Penniman, Adna 300, 478, 483 

Pennock, Heman 330, 409 

Jefferson 409 

Penny, Pelatiah 300, 394 

Pepperell, A 119 

Percival. John 447 

Perham. John 91, 92 

Oliver 342, 415 

William 91 

Perkins, Abel 126 

Abraham 49, 52 

Abraham, Jr 49 

Barnabas 80 

Benjamin 153, 370, 41(5 

Daniel 142 

David 52 

Ebenezer 190, 270 

Edmund 350, 415 

Elisha 125 

Elizabeth 405 

George 235 

Hannah 41S 

Hiram 41S 

Israel 330 

James C2. 74, 131, 234 

James Lynde 2() 

Jesse ...' 270 

John S4, 99, 101 

John. Jr 52 

Jonathan 48, 74, 256, 458 

Joseph 134, 152, 156, 270 

Lemuel 12 

Mark D 418 

:Marv 235 

Moses 101, 380 

Nathaniel 26 

Richard 102, 23S 

Samuel 41 

Simon 154 

Solomon 129 

Solomon. Jr 129 

Thomas 153, 270 

Timothy 10 

True .". 4S 

William ..101 

Perlev, Samuel 142 

Perrin, Eliphalet 190 

Henry S 421 

Thomas 88, 190 

Perry, Abi jah 160 

Abraham 190, 476 

David 162, 246 

Ebenezer 159 

Ichabod 4SS, 490, 492 

Ivory 45 



Perry, cont. 

Jacob 190 

Jonas 159 

Lucy 407 

Silas 314, 411 

Thomas 520, 523, 526, 528, 532 

Peters, Adrian 216 

Comfort 246 

Daniel 124, 190 

Ebenezer 122 

Israel 122, 190 

James 64, 246 

Pomp - 270 

Richard 122 

Richard, Jr 124 

Robinson , 370 

William 68 

Peterson, Benjamin 35 

Daniel 16 

Ezra 220 

Willet 76 

Fetter, William 382 

Petting-ill, Abbot 134 

Andrew 136 

Benjamin 190, 348 

David 137 

Ephraim 53 

Jethro 288 

Matthew 137 

Samuel 460 

William 342, 433 

Petts, Jonathan 244 

Pevear, James Noyes 143 

John ■ 140 

■Noyes 343 

Peverly, Frederick 190 

Kinsman 114 

William 118 

Phelps, Alexander 330 

Edward 314, 428 

John 270. 450 

Joseph 160 

Joshua 108 

Philbrick or Philbrook. 

Benjamin 9, 103, 152 

Benjamin, Jr 8 

Daniel 63, 350, 486 

Daniel, Jr 62 

David 236. 237 

Elias 105 

Eliphalet 152. 216, 447 

Ephraim 425 

James 62, 125 

Jedediah 40 

John 19, 43, 63 

Jonathan 43. 49. 132, 300 

Joseph 59, 63, 132. 455, 456 



626 



INDEX 



Philbrick or Pliilbrook, cDiif. 

Lyman 210 

Nathan 43 

Nathaniel 43 

Eeuben 133 

Euth 403 

Saninel C<2, 77, l,i4, 190, 237, 320 

370, 459 

Simon 422 

Titns 132 

Phillips, Anna 396 

Elkanah 330 

Elvira 229 

Freelove 229 

G. W. A 229 

George W 22S 

Gideon 314, 424 

Henry C 39G 

Israel 124 

James 94 

John 314, 398 

Lncinda Wright 229 

Maria " 229 

Nathaniel 314 

Olive 402 

Paine 229 

Eichard 314, 402 

Eiissell 405 

Philpot. Eliza 427 

John 370, 427 

Pickens, Alexander 3S2 

Pickering-. Anthony 102 

Benjamin 98 

Daniel 145 

Ephraim 97. 99 

James 9S 

John 97, lis 

Jolm Gee 97 

Levi 100 

Lovey 421 

Nicliolas 97 

Eichard 98 

Stephen 10 

Thomas 97 

"Winthrop 98. 300 

Pickett. Giles 121 

Pidge, Henry 190 

Pierce, see also Peirce and I'earse. 

Asa 190 

Benjamin 29. 386. 489, 491. 493 

James .27. fiii, 91 

Job 320, 399 

John 31 

Joshua 449 

Josiah f J11 

Nehemiah 1 90. 270 



Pierce, coiit. 

Ora 399 

Eebecca 411 

Samuel 29, 256 

Silas 224 

Solomon 342, 410 

Willard 2S0 

Piercy, Eichard Bourke 112 

Pike. Dorothy 417 

James 350 

John 50, 114 

Joshua 116 

Nathaniel 116 

Phoebe 417 

Eobert 75, 101, 417 

William 314 

Piller, Thomas 118 

William 190 

Pillsbury, Amos 216 

Benjamin 140 

Caleb 90 

Edmund 20, 144 

Eliphalet 288 

Ezra 153 

John 144 

Jonathan 23 

Moses 90 

Thomas 220 

Binder, Thomas 98 

Pineo. Joseph 408 

Oramel 408 

Pingree, Ebenezer 330 

Stephen 330 

Pinkerton, David .86 

John 84, 88 

Matthew 86 

Pinkham, Abijah 12 

Jonathan 130 

Pinned. Joseph 256 

Pinner, John 300 

Piper. Benjamin 100, 109, 147 

David 300, 434, 486 

Elisha 152 

Gideon 110 

John 145. 300, 486 

Jonathan 146, 234 

Jonathan, Jr 145 

Marv 235 

Nathan 147 

Nathaniel 1 47 

Samuel H'' 

Samuel. Jr 145 

Stephen 14T 

Thomas 102, 105. 43,6, 442 

Pitcher. George ""^ 

Pitman, Ebenezer 93 



INDEX 



627 



Pitman, cout. 

Ezekiel 117 

John 117, HGO 

Joseph S3, 113 

Nathaniel 116 

Samuel 10 

Pitts, Thomas ISS, 490, 492 

William 451 

Pixlej^ Alexander 250, 406 

David 446, 447 

Place, David 300, 460, 463 

Ebenezer 120 

Ebenezer, Jr 130 

George 129 

John 129 

Kichard 129 

Thomas 473 

Platts, Abel 125 

Abel, Jr 126 

James 360 

John 190 

Joseph 126 

Plumley, John 3 

Joseph 190 

Plummer, Abel 88 

Beard 130 

Bitfield 16 

Jesse 87 

John 60. 127 

Joseph 130 

Kellv 60 

Nathan 288 

Samuel 49, 127, 140 

Stephen 360 

Thomas 128, 288 

Timothy 191 

Winslow 88 

Poland, Abner 256. 386 

Sarah 387, 396 

Pollard, Amaziah 14 

Amos 70 

Barnard 191 

Ebenezer 71 

Edward 394 

Elijah 476 

Ezeldel 191, 476 

John ...71 

John. Jr 71 

Jonathan 78 

Joseph 70 

Olive 416 

Samuel 71 

Timothy 71, 191 

Pomeroy. Eleazer 32 

Josiah 73 

Pond, Abiathar 73 



Poole, Anna 031 

Eleanor 231 

John 244 

Thomas 230 

Poor, Charles 433 

Daniel s, 330, 433 

Daniel, Jr s 

David 50 

Eliplialet 59 

Enoch 500, 503, 506, 518, 521, 524 

527, 533, 536 

George 342 

Jeremiah 8 

Jonathan 8 

Mary 406 

Samuel 348, 410 

Pope, David 64 

Samuel 496 

Thomas 64 

William 65, 66 

Porter, Asa 314. 416 

Asahel 397 

David 87, 191 

James 342, 422 

Joel 200 

John 330, 415 

Nathaniel SO, 320, 427 

Nathaniel, Jr 80 

Nehemiah 126 

Noah 191 

William 330, 415 

Potter, Abijah 238, 427 

Ebenezer 74. 191. 314, 404 

Ebenezer. Jr 404 

Ephraim 36 

George W 106 

Isaiah SO 

John 103. 360 

Joseph 405, 466, 481 

Nancy 406 

Richard 37 

Samuel 212, 38G 

Thomas 399 

Pottle. Dudley 206 

Samuel 147 

William 146 

William. Jr 146 

Powell. Benjamin 25(), 403 

John 449 

Moses 65 

Thomas 4S5 

William. .499, 502, 505, 508, 511, 514 

517, 520 

Powers, Benjamin 39 

Charles 36S, 419 

David 39 



628 



INDEX 



Powers, cont. 

Elliot 150 

Ezekiel 31, 39 

Francis 19] 

Gideon 150 

Grant 191 

John 39 

Jonathan 19"! 

Nahum 191. 451 

Nicholas .439 

Peter 191 

Rachel 397 

Sampson 191 

Stephen 39 

Walter 397 

William 64, 20G 

Pratt. David 206, 256, 409 

Ebenezer 191, 270, 408 

Ezra 191 

Jeremiah 162 

John 31. 246, 496 

Levi 314, 392 

!Moses 45 

Thomas 191, 288 

Prentice. John S4. 382 

Joseph 32 

Nathaniel S 4 

Solomon 4 

Presbv. Edward 46 

Richard 288, 469 

Prescott, Abraham 43, 74 

Benjamin 74 

Dudley 457 

Ebenezer 350 

Edward 59 

Henry 96 

James '<-' 4 

Jedediah, Jr 43 

Jeremiah 50. 53 

Jesse 42, 368 

John 24. 44. 49. 141, 457 

Jonathan 50, 74, 300 

Joseph 50, 51 

Joshua .28, 141, 142 

Josiah 43 

Marston 75 

Marv 424 

Micah 51 

Nathan 19 

Nathan Gove 51 

Odlin T4 

Phoebe 403 

Samuel 43, 74 

Simon 74 

Stephen 47 

William 105, 457, 459 



Pressey, Charles 140 

Joiin 396 

Jonathan 144 

Presson. Edward 29 

Preston. Abner 270 

P.enjamin 408 

Jedediah 65 

Nathan 101 

Samuel 65 

William 256, 425 

Pridham, Isaac 97 

Priest, Aaron 431 

Daniel 40S 

John 306, 433 

Levi 270 

Mary 408 

Quick 106 

Thomas 116 

William 342 

Prince, Joseph 6 

Joseph, Jr 6 

Peter 191 

Pritchard. Jeremiah 191, 224 

Jonas 416 

William 340 

'Pritchett, James 354 

Proctor. Ezekiel 191 

James 76 

Jeremiah 191 

John 428 

Jonathan 76 

Joseph 270 

Sarah 412 

Thomas 77 

Prouty, Bela 314 

Daniel 380 

Johnson 392 

Puff. John 116 

Puffer, Amos 449 

Elijah Ill 

Jabez 45 

Simeon 449 

Pullen. Joseph 306 

Pulsifer. Benjamin 20 

Samuel 43 

Puriiisi'ton. Elijah 156 

Hezekiah 156 

Jonathan 76 

Purmnrt. Joseph 191 

Richard 137 

Purple, John 270, 393. 488, 490. 492 

Puruy, Aaron 66 

Pushee. David 330, 415 

Harvey 415 

Putnam. Aaron 330 

Andrew 161 



INDEX 



629 



Putnam, cniit. 

Archelaus 161 

Archelaus, Jr 160 

Asaph 439 

Benjamin 46, 191 

Caleb 159 

Ephraim 439 

Jacob 151, 159 

Jacob, Jr 160 

John 82, 314, 398 

Jonathan 126 

Joseph 151 

Nathaniel 159 

Olive 426 

Philip 160 

Stephen 150, 162 

Thomas 2, 380 

William B 426 

Putney, Asa 46, 64, 212, 350 

Esther 410 

Henry 46 

James 409 

John 64, 67, 270, 432 

Jonathan 270 

Joseph 67, 350, 410 

Stephen 350, 49G 

Thomas 280 

Quimby. Aaron 40, 154 

Benjamin 69, 191, 370, 496 

David 39. 41 

Eleazer 476 

Eliphalet 152, 498, 501, 504, 507 

510, 513, 516, 519, 522, 525, 528, 531 
534, 537 

Jacob 191, 360 

Jacob, Jr 191 

James 93, 300 

John 20, 30 

Jonathan 19, 68, 69, 300, 472 

Joseph 154 

Moses 40, 154 

Samuel 40, 54, 191 

Timothy 77 

Tristram 76 

William 155 

William Dyer 191 

Zachariah 256, 486 

Quinby, see Quimby. 

Quinn, Michael 439 

Quint, Benjamin 113, 256 

Jonathan 118 

Thomas 256, 471 

RacklifF, Eoger 102 

Raino, John 191 

■Raleig-h, Philip 7 



Ramsdell. Aquilla 314 

Jacob 155 

Ramsey, David 425 

Hugh 94 

James 87, 256 

John 87 

Thomas 330 

William 87 

Rand, Benjamin 148 

Daniel 125, 455 

David 138 

Ezekiel 126 

Jeremiah 398 

John 91, 132 

Joseph 132 

Lemuel 55 

Nathaniel 132, 133, 456 

Reuben 488, 490, 494 

Samuel 53, 133 

Solomon 125 

Stephen N 220 

Thomas 41, 360 

William 53, 459 

Randall. Abraham 123 

Daniel 370 

Ebenezer 82 

Edward 469 

Georsce 131 

Heze'kiah 107 

Israel 106 

James 29 

John 63, 130, 216 

John Y 425 

. Joses 146 

Mark 132, 360 

]\rason 106 

Miles 81 

Moses 139 

Nathaniel 107 

Paul 96 

Rachel 427 

Robert 256 

Sarah 424 

Simon 81 

Rankin, James 27 

Samuel 87 

William 87 

Ranney, Thomas Stow 39 

Ransom, Thomas 113 

Ranstead, John 157 

Ray. Abel 31 

Ebenezer 4 

John 91 

Raymer, James 123 

Raymonton. Samuel 191 

Raynes, John 288 

Razee, Joseph 122 



630 



INDEX 



Eead, see also Eeed and Reid. 

Daniel 122, 124, 191 

David ..246 

Jacob 191 

John 220 

Micah 15S 

Kobert 5 

William 4. 191 

Eecord, Elijah 407 

Redding, Thomas 149 

Eedfield, Ambrose 246 

Redington, Asa 489, 491, 493 

Redman, John 62 

Jonathan 216 

Tristram 103 

William 79 

Reed, see also Read and Reid. 

Abraham 164 

Benjamin 116 

Eliphalet 212 

Elisha 382 

Ezra 382 

Georg-e 116 

Howard 306 

James 32, 226, 246, 460, 462, 463 

Joel 246 

John 89, 115 

Jonathan 87 

Joshua 246 ' 

Keziah 432 

Matthew 164 

Noah 216 

Silvanus 460, 462 

Supply 382, 392 

William 342 

Reid, see also Read and Reed. 

George 461, 4S1 

Zadock 270 

Reith, John 136 

Remick, Enoch 100 

James 370 

Mary 394 

Samuel 288 

Sarah 401 

Rendall, see Randall. 

Rest. Philip Godfried 69 

Reynolds, Isaac 12 

Jaines 430 

Jedediah 102 

Jedediah, Jr 102 

John 12 

Joseph 350 

Miles 430 

Rhoades, Ebenezer 92 

Ricp. Aaron 449 

Charles 149. 191, 200 

Daniel 64 



Rice, cnnt. 

David 314 

Elijah 04, 126 

Hannah 398 

Jacob 33, 64 

John 191 

Josiah 314 

Micah 141 

Peter 73 

Stephen 398 

Rich. David 33 

Josiah 33 

Richards, Abigail 237 

Amos 270 

Benjamin 9 

Bradley 9, 191, 484 

Charles 451 

Daniel 9, 16 

Edward 444 

Elijah 382 

George W 429 

Joel 382 

John 112. 129, 424 

John. Jr 129 

Jonathan 129, 220, 392 

Joseph 150 

Sally 237 

Samuel 236, 418 

Theodore 370, 429 

William 117 

Richardson, Abigail 418 

Abijah 402 

Daniel 2S, 469 

David 29, 342 

Ebenezer 330 

Eliphalet 250 

Enoch 256 

James 28 

Jephtha 126 

Jeremiah 56 

John 31. 59 

Jonas 270 

Jonathan 436. 443 

Joseph 150. 220, 370, 468 

Joshua 396 

Joshua W 396 

Josiah 71, 74 

Lemuel 130 

Levina 406 

Marv 424 

Moses 28 

Nathaniel 476 

Parish 2, 224 

Paul 163 

Pearson 27 

Richard 191. 246 

Samuel 256 



INDEX 



631 



Eichardson, cont. 

Sarah 422 

Stephen 238 

Thomas 191 

Thomas P 314 

William 59, 87, 314 

William, Jr 59 

Zephaniah 449 

Richmond, Zephaniah 66 

Eickei', Ephraim 127 

George 191, 302 

John 370 

Joseph 300 

Reuben 303, 401 

Timothy 300 

Riddle, David 342 

James 18 

John 15 

Rideout, Benjamin 159 

Rider, Ebenezer 67 

Elizabeth 428 

James 238 

Jeremiah 382 

Moses 316 

Rig-g-s, Thomas 92, 93 

Riiey, Major 342 

Rindge, Isaac 121 

Rines, Josiah 90 

Ring, Abijah 216, 401 

Addison 231 

Amanda 231 

Betsey 231 

Charles 231 

Hancot 231 

John Adams 231 

Jonathan 24, 230 

Mary 231 

Rinton, William 99 

Ripley, Joseph 288 

Laban 314 

Ripnev, John 446 

Risley, Asa 330, 408 

Ritchie, Alexander 164 

Alexander, Jr 164 

James Ill, 163, 191 

Ritter, William 246 

Rix, James ■. . . 230 

Lewis 231 

Nancy 231 

Xathaniel 270, 408 

Rixford, William 316, 433 

William, Jr 433 

Roach, Frederick 191 

Robbe, Alexander Ill 

David 191 

James Ill 

John 216. 496 



Robbe, conf. 

Samuel 313 

William m 

Robbins, Abigail 410 

Benoni 90 

Charles D 410 

David 126, 158 

Douglas 31 

Eleazer 157 

Eleazer, Jr 158 

Ephraim 157 

John 158, 450 

Jonas 158 

Joseph 270, 411 

Josiah 314 

Paul 256 

Robert 158 

William 126 

Zachariah 270 

Roberts, i\.lexander 20 

Amaziah 162, 192 

Benjamin 21, 302 

Elizabeth 417 

Ephraim 370 

Ezekiel 457 

George 302 

James C 417 

Jeremiah 192 

John 192. 256, 302, 417, 427 

Jonathan 192, 288 

Joseph 93, 370, 404 

Love 192 

Martha 427 

Moses 130, 473 

Nathan 302 

Nathaniel 10 

Reuben... 192, 493, 499, 502, 505, 508 

Richard 92 

Samuel 21 

Sanders, Jr 20 

Thomas 20, 128 

Timothy 127. 370 

Robertson. Andrew 110 

Archibald 30 

Daniel 400 

James 30, 109 

John 18, 443 

Peter 4. 226 

Robert 114. 121 

Thomas 109 

William IS, 31. 44, 110 

Robinson. ■ 448 

Alexander 44, 88 

Andrew 360 

Benjamin 216 

Caleb 192. 464. 466. 475, 477, 481 

Charles 93 



632 



INDEX 



Robinson, coDt. 

David 19, 42, 146, loS, 382, 458 

Dudley ig 

Edwin 2r!5 

Eleazer 79 

Gideon 93 

GilmaJi 19 

James 20, 21, 109, 192, 216, 425 

472 

Jedediah 19_ 21 

John 26, 42, 43, 84, 88, 122, 'l39 

145, 192, 302, 416 

Jonathan 19, 42, 52, 99, 146-14S 

314 

Jonathan, Jr 52 

Joseph 44, 107, 288, 401 

Josiah 52 

Levi 235, 370, 419 

A'athaniel 44, 93 

Nicholas 51 

Noah 302, 465, 467, 481 

Otis 350 

Peter SS, 110, 192 

Samuel 129 

Simeon 26. 51, 87 

Thomas 51, 135 

Timothy 122, 192 

William 234, 235 

Zebulon 110 

Eoby, Abbott 450 

Benjamin 489, 491, 49 1 

Edward 27 

Enoch 41 

Henry 142 

Ichabod 109 

James 192 

John 5, 24, 28, 104, 153, 155, 156 

Samuel 28, 104, 202 

Silas 192 

Thomas 42 

Walter 23 

William 450 

Eockwood, Asa 162 

Elisha 30 

Micah 66 

Nathaniel 161 

Reuben 161 

Samuel 314 

Thomas 66 

Rogers, Abner 59 

Benjamin 15S 

Daniel 108. 121, 127, 302 

Eunice 421 

James 2, 128 

James, Jr 129 

James, 3d 123 

John 2, 192, 246, 420 



Rogers, cant. 

Jonathan 382 

Joseph 18, 382 

Joseph, Jr 18 

Josiah 143 

Nathaniel 101 

Nathaniel, Jr 449 

Perley 449 

Peter, Jr 154 

Richard Carr 67 

Robert 8 

Samuel 18, 192, 350 

Samuel, Jr 18 

Stephen 143 

Thomas 86, 306 

William 18, 85 

Rolf e, Benjamin 16, 36 

Daniel 66 

James 22 

Nathaniel 35 

Rollins, Aaron 41, 457 

Benjamin 51, 128, 135, 451 

Daniel 288 

David 13 

Eliphalet 90, 433, 488, 490, 493 

Francis 360, 401 

Henry 153 

Ichabod 129 

James 45 

Jeremiah 300 

John 192, 392, 458, 489, 491, 493 

John, 2d 270 

Jonathan 107, 145 

Joseph 5, 54, 98, 488, 490, 493 

Joshua 145 

Jotham 138, 146 

Moses 90 

Nathaniel 455, 456 

Nicholas 145, 147, 148, 428 

Noah 9S 

Paul 98 

Robert 394 

Samuel 98, 394 

Sarah 403 

Simeon 350 

Stephen 103 

Thomas 13, 192, 475 

Root. Ephraim 112 

Roper. Silas 462 

Rose. Abraham 270, 415 

Benjamin 439 

Ross, James 192 

Jesse 64 

John 330, 396 

Jonathan 56 

Levi 35 

Moses 115 



INDEX 



G33 



Eoss, cdiit. 

Thomas 408 

Timothy 65 

Rouncly, Samuel S4 

Eowe, Abner 445 

Aretas 20 

Benjamin 74 

Benjamin, Jr 74 

Enoch 288, 404 

Ichabod 107 

Isaiah 24 

James 13, 58 

Jeremiah 21 

John 58, 137, 192, 2S0, 449, 495 

John, Jr 58 

Jonathan 74 

Joseph 75, 405 

Nathan 459 

Robert 19, 28 

Winthrop 74 

Eowell, Abraham 67 

Asa 135 

Benjamin 23 

Benoni 134 

Christopher 59 

. Daniel 11, 48 

Daniel, Jr 427 

Enoch 23, 192, 256 

Gideon 28 

Israel 288 

Jacob 48, 136 

John 50 

Josiah 134 

Josiah, Jr 136 

Lemuel 486 

Moses 88 

Nathaniel 144 

Nehemiah 113 

Philip 136 

Rice 106 

Samuel.. 28, 192, 288, 499, 502, 505 
508, 511, 514, 517, 520 

Sherburne 24 

Thomas 330 

William.. 140, 164, 192, 360, 401, 465 

467,, 481 

Rowen, Jacob 432 

John 26, 256, 486 

Sarah 432 

Rowley. Samuel 446 

Royal, Lemuel 412 

Royce, Aaron 246 

Ebenezer 35 

Hezekiah 35 

Joel 33 

Lemuel 306 

Samuel 4 

Vera 38 



Rudd, Gideon 22 

Rug'g-, Nathan 72 

Thomas 946 

Rumrill, Henry 3 

Simon •? 

Rundlett, Charles 83, 119 

Daniel 51 

Jacob 50,146 

James 50, 51, 458, 473 

James, Jr 53 

John !.'.'!!.';i46 

Jonathan 49, 300, 360, 496 

Josiah 50 

Lydia 394 

Nathaniel 403 

Reuben 330 395 

Satchwell 192 

Theophilus 139 

Thomas 394 

Runnells, Alexander 496 

Anna 237 

Daniel 34 

Enoch 81 

Israel 459 

James 370 

Job SI 

Job, Jr 84 

John 236 

Jonathan 81 

Joseph 192, 399 

Miles 370 

Moses 81, 469 

Paul 237 

Peleg 302 

Robert 192 

Samuel 370, 424 

Stephen 469 

Thomas 36O 

William 13 

Russ, John 91 

Nathan 303 

Russell, Aquilla 192 

Burnham 415 

Daniel 126, 220, 370, 410 

David 123, 192, 270 

Ebenezer 415 

Edward 17 

Eleazer 121 

Georg-e 21. 84 

Jacoia 472 

James 192 

Jedediah 270, 415 

Jeremiah 125 

Joel 126 

Joel, Jr 125 

Jonathan 246, 416 

Moor 330, 423. 



634 



INDEX 



Eussell, C07)t. 

Nathaniel 125 

Samuel 22, 12fi 

Silas 270 

Thomas 38, 160 

W 192 

^Yilliam 125, 192 

Eust. Nathaniel 2 

Richard llfi 

William 431 

Ej'an, James 119 

Michael 302 

Sabine, Nathaniel 302 

St. Clair, William 216 

Salge, John J 38S 

Judith 389 

Salter, Alexander 132 

John 47 

Samuel 246 

Sampson, Nathan 48 

William 48 

Sanborn, Aaron 138, 139 

Abi£?ail 237 

Abijah 138 

Abner 63 

Abraham 71. 76, 152 

Anna 422 

Anna C 237 

Benjamin... 25, 41, 77, 137, 138, 370 

396 

Chandler 51 

Daniel 21. 51, 104, 13S 

Daniel, Jr 21 

David 77, 139, 272 

Dolly 426 

Ebenezer 104, 138 

Edward 10, 21, 51 

Elias H. D 237 

Eliphalet a"^ 

Elisha 20 

Elisha, Jr 20 

Enos 457 

Georq-e W 236 

Henry 74, 105 

Isaac 76 

James 50. 74, 75, 302 

Jeremiah 51, 63, 370, 372 

Jethro 40, 77, 139, 457 

Jewett ^60 

John... 10, 25, 40, 47, 48. 55, 56, 63 
79, 81, 90, 136, 140. 436, 441, 473 

Jonathan 40, 61, 77, 101, 105 

Jonathan, Jr 78 

Joseph.. 10, 21, 26, 99, 153, 370, 486 

499, 502, 505, 508^ 511. 514, 517, 520 

523, 526, 529 



Sanborn, cont. 

Joseph Clifeord 40 

Josiah 43, 138, 139, 370 

Josiah, 2d 426 

Leonard 237 

Lowell 56 

Lucy 409 

Lyd'ia 414 

ISIarv 398 

MarV B 237 

Moses 68, 75, 140, 270, 499, 502 

505, 508, 511, 514, 517, 520 

Nathan 42, 43, 52, 56, 62, 226 

Nathan, Jr 52 

Nathaniel 51 

Noah J 430 

Paul 471 

Peter 42. 77, 455 

Reuben 53, 258 

Richard 74, 258 

Samuel 140 

Sherburne 139, 280 

Simon 63 

Simon M 398 

Theophilus 74, 258 

Thomas 104 

Timothy 77 

Tristram 42 

William 26. 76, 104 

Winthrop 62 

Zadock 20 

Sanders, see also Saunders. 

David 332 

George 53, 457 

James 1''''^ 

John 109. 370, 426 

Joseph l'^^ 

Lvdia 406 

Robert l-"?! 

Robert, Jr 131 

Samuel 135. 497 

Solomon 342 

William 135 

Sanderson, see also Sauuderson. 

John 30 

Sands. Dinah 405 

Edward 290 

Sanger, Abner 73 

Eleazer '^^ 

Isaac 39 

John 39 

Phineas 39 

Sargent, Aaron 25 

Abel 46 

Abraham - 29 

Caleb 431 

Charles f^S. 192 



INDEX 



635 



Sargent, cont. 

Daniel 192, 457 

David 139, 455 

Ebenezer 342 

Enoch 46 

Ephraim 499, 502, 505, 508, 511 

514. 517, 520 

Eunice IC".. 421 

George W 409 

Isaac 154 

Jacob 154 

James -232 

Jane -'3 

John 23, 24. 90, 360, 4''.0 

John G 233 

Jonathan 350 

Joseph 192, 350, 431 

Joshua 342, 413 

Lemuel 451 

Mary 233 

^Michael 13 

Closes 24 

Nathan 68 

Xoah 46 

Paul Dudley 192 

Peter ^ 68 

Philip 154 

Phineas 332, 409 

Richard 459 

Eobert 302 

Samuel 40, 436, 443 

Sarah 424 

Sterling 2 

Thomas 114 

Timothy 133, 332 

Trueworthy 88 

Valentine 302 

William 280, 419 

Winthrop 29 

Sartwell, Simon.. 192, 498, 500. 501. 504 

507 

Satterlee, William 438, 440 

Saunders, see also Sanders. 

Henry 136 

Oliver 136 

Samuel .246 

Stephen 151 

Saunderson, see also Sanderson. 

Eeuben 306 

Savage, Job 99 

John 119 

Josiah 113 

Thomas 192 

Sawtell, Hezekiah 200 

John 192 

Jonathan 125, 192, 246 

Solomon 193, 316 



Sawyer, Abel 330, 421 

Barzillai 33:;; 

Benjamin 69, 316, 350, 418 

Daniel 106 

Edmund 350, 405 

Edward 405 

Enos 112 

Gideon 26, 40 

Israel 143, 405 

James 40, 316 

Jesse 9 

John 60, 112, 193, 330 

Jonathan.. 5, 8. 157, 330, 499, 502 

505, 508, 511, 514, 517. 520, 523, 526 

529, 532 

Jonathan P 421 

Joseph 316, 432 

Joshua 59 

Josiah 5, 42, 143, 370, 456 

Josiah, Jr 5 

Martha 405 

Mary 428 

Matthias 55 

Moses 68, 137 

Oliver 9, 69, 258 

Eichard 143 

Samuel 302 

Stephen 272 

William S 

Scales. Abraham 108 

Edward 82 

Isaac 193 

James 67 

Samuel 106 

William 69 

Scammell, Alexander. .478, 479, 4S3-4S5 

Scammon, Eichard 147 

Scarritt, Nathaniel 258 

SchofP. Lydia 425 

Schophel, Thomas 83 

Thomas, Jr 84 

Scipio, Sol 22 

Scobev. David 95 

Scofieid, Eleazer 22 

John 22 

John. Jr 22 

Scott, Abraham 161 

Charles 246, 448 

Charles T -413 

David 193 

Ebenezer 161 

Ebenezer, Jr 162 

Hezekiah 316 

Isaac 162 

James 1^3 

John Ill, 122, 157, 193, 272 

Marv 415, 429 



636 



INDEX 



Scott, emit. 

Samuel iqi 

Thomas X93 

Waitstill ! ! 157 

William.. Ill, 193, 471, 309, 512, 532 

538 

Scranton, George 193 

Stephen 24G 

Scribner, Benjamin 137, I49 

Ebenezer 272 

Edward I37 

Edward, Jr '. 137 

Iddo 137 

John 137 

Josiah 459 

Manoah 457 

Xathaniel 141 

Samuel 136, 153, 193, 425, 459 

Scripture, Samuel 316, 418 

Scruton, Thomas '. . . 11 

Searle. Jonathan .i3g 

Joseph 193 

William I37 

Searles, Jonathan 70 

Thomas 70 

Seaton, Charles.. SO 

James 5 

John 5 

Seaver, Caleb 78 

Robert 22, 495 

Thomas 7S 

Thomas, Jr 7S 

■Seavey, Amos 132 

Andrew 71 

Daniel 2S0, 414 

Elijah .'. .11 

George 42, 455, 45r3 

Henry 12, 53 

Isaac 280 

Ithamar 129 

James 132 

John 29, 97, 119, 120, 193 

Jonathan 290, 407 

Joseph 53, 131, 132 

^lark 113 

Moses 131 

Paul 132 

Samuel 129, 131 

Sainuel, Jr 131 

Thomas 119 

William 132 

William. .Tr 132 

Secomb, John 

Simmons 7f>, 79 

Sell. James 49G 

Sellingham, Henry 436, 443 

Jacob 434 



Senter, Abraham 193, 472 

Asa 290,' 388 

Hannah 433 

Closes 370 

Samuel S8 

Simeon 193 

Thomas 87, 193, 360 

Service, Samuel 115 

Severance, Abel 193, 280, 395 

Abigail 237 

Asa 316 

Benjamin 193. 430 

Caleb 193 

Daniel 193 

Ebenezer 193 

Ephraim 193 

John 78, 395 

Jonathan 236, 370 

Joseph 193, 272 

Mehitabel 237, 430 

Moses 455, 456 

Parker 237 

Peter 457 

Polly 237 

Sallv 237 

Samuel 79 

Thomas 499, 502, 505, 50S 

Sewall, H 467, 505 

Thomas 193 

Seward, 193 

George 12, 372 

Giles 115 

Henry 115 

John"^ 120, 193 

Joseph 114 

Josiah 24G 

Olive 411 

Samuel 316 

Shackford 114 

Shackford. John. Jr 28 

Samuel 97-99 

Samuel, Jr 98 

Theodore 2S 

vShafter. Simon 193 

Shannon, John 360, 3'98 

Lydia 397 

Nathaniel 118 

Thomas 290, 397 

Shapleigh, Reuben 117 

Shattuck, Abraham 306, 432 

Benjamin 22 

Cyrus 66 

Isaac 22 

Jeremiah 193 

Nathaniel 151 

Stephen 270 



INDEX 



637 



Shaw, Abiatha 316, 433 

Benjamin lOti, 141, 496 

Benjamin Brown 62 

Caleb 74 

Daniel SI 

Daniel, Jr 22 

David 75 

Ebenezer 125 

Edward 61, 104 

Elihu 75 

Follansbee 141. 193, 350 

Gideon 62 

Henry 497 

Ichabod 93, 141 

Jeremiah 61 

John 20, 107. 350, 422 

John, Jr 107 

Jonathan 10. 61, 93 

Joseph 19. 75. 120. 360, 421 

Joshua 62, 360 

Moses 75 

Moses, Jr 75 

Nathan 75 

Richard 50 

Samuel 19. 50. 61 

Stephen 104 

Thomas 290 

Sheaf e, Jacob 115 

James 121 

John. Jr 120 

Shearer, David 499, 502 

James.. 342, 505, 508, 511, 514, 517 

520, 523, 526. 529, 532 

John 44 

Shedd, Daniel 193 

John 272, 342 

William 164 

Sheldon. Abraham 150 

Samuel 160 

Shepard. Charles 394 

Daniel 16, 2S0 

Eunice 394 

Isaac 41 

Jacob 12 

James 25, 60 

John 7, 57, lOS 

John, Jr 6 

Jonathan 3 

Jonathan, Jr 4 

Josei3h 52 

Joshua 3 

Morrill 350. 397 

Nathaniel 3 

Oliver 3 

Roswell 3 

Samuel 93. 147, 342 

Simeon 3 



Shepard, coiit. 

Thomas 143, 193 

Sherburne, Andrew 119 

D 115 

Daniel 148 

Edward 115 

Ephraim 81 

George 90, 120 

Henry 118 

Isaac 12 

Jacob 90 

James 90 

Job 457 

John 13, 50. 105, 113, 119, 121 

John S 216 

Joseph 53 

Nathaniel 115, 120 

Noah 97 

Richard 50 

Samuel 105, 115, 152 

Thomas 118, 288 

Thomas, Jr 119 

William 120 

Sherman, David 122, 193 

Isaac 193 

Reuben 332 

Richard 117, 226 

Sherrii¥, Abraham 458 

Samuel 115 

Sherwell, Thomas 290 

Sherwin. Asa 126 

John 125 

Jonathan 125, 127 

Samuel 125 

Shillaber. Jonathan 115 

Joseph 115 

Shirley. Alexander 160 

Harry 404 

Huo-h 28 

James 28, 160, 193