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THE STATE OF VERMONT 



ROLLS OF THE SOLDIERS 



IN THE 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR 

J775 TO J783 



PUBLISHED BY ATJTHOKITY OF THE X-EGISLAr0RE 



COMPIIiED AND BDITBD BY 

JOHN E. GOODRICH 

A MEMBEB OF THE VEBMONT HISTOBICAL SOCIETY 



RUTLAND, VT. 

THE TUTTLE COMPANY 
1904 



Ali '.rT TO PROVIDE FOR THE COLLATION AND PUBLIC A- 

■.r:. .:• T OF THE ROSTER, MUSTER ROLLS AND OTHER COLO- 

bTL'L: AND REVOLUTIONARY RECORDS. 

:■. /<• n 'dy enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Vevinont: 

'■■ ;v.;io ! 1. A sum not exceeding two thousand dollars is hereby appro- 
j.'.if'r .'.■^j. V.M- ourpose of collating and publishing the rosters, muster rolls, 
y -ol'-: ijHv; ;nher records of all Colonial and Revolutionary forces, troops, 
i;/'ri*:nts. minute men, militia, soldiers, sailors and marines, raised 
-^-in/j.-bl .^ irrants or State of Vermont prior to or during the Revolu- 



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^?-:\]\y>\ ?.. Th-b j^rovernor and secretary of state, under whose supervision 
such •;• at-.w ;/i)U r.rblication shall be carried on, are hereby authorized to 
make ^^■■..\ at ■ ui ; ..r-: -.ts as may be necessary to carry into effect the provi- 
sions tif i; IE act 

SeoHr.-i ,'^, i. ••'■ .■•.'..nor and secretary of state are hereby authorized to 
use so ;.i-i< ji 0! ;>;: ■ .?t herein appropriated as in their judgment may be 
necessary' tocnrfv 'c-; = T' -.t the purposes of this act. 

Sectio ', 4. ''he «'.i.-: a^iditor is hereby directed to draw orders on the 
state treasurt.'.' foi- rooh ;■.•.;.( or sums as may be called for by vouchers duly 
approved by the grov;- -.i.'. a,^^; ». xretary of state for the purposes herein pro- 
vided. 

Section 5. Di':. a .: ^ArxW ;>iv^ effect from its passage. 
Approved Novenib.v 27. i !0.'. 



In accordance > '\\. ■:' ' <■:•;.>-•.!•;■' act, on the 2d of July, 1902, Governor 
William W. Sticknev i..\^>i.t.- .^ i- .- ."5. Goodrich of Burlington to edit the 
rolls and other docun: ;-^ i-r. ' !!"• t.kj isupv^rintma taeir publication. 




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EDITOR'S PREFACE 

The major part of the contents of this volume have been copied 
from a large manuscript volume in the office of the adjutant- general, 
the compilation of which was authorized by the General Assembly in 
1841 and completed in 1843 by Chauncey L. Knapp, acting Secretary 
of State. This precious document carries the following title : 

Records | of the | Service of the Vermont Troops | in the | Revo- 
lutionary War 1 being a | Transcript made by order ] of the | General 
Assembly | of | Pay Rolls, Pay-Table, Orders & Receipts | originally 
jQled as | Vouchers in the Treasurer's Office | by C. L. Knapp. | 1843. 

Of this volume 385 pages are taken up with the rolls, and 156 
more with other papers. Other sources have been : the Henry Stevens 
papers in possession of the State of New York, with other documents 
in the archives of the same State ; volume xv of the " Archives of 
the State of New York; " " New York in the Revolution " (1898), 
and the "Supplement" to this work (igoi) ; also the New Hamp- 
shire Rolls (4 vols.), and three volumes compiled since the publication 
of the Rolls by General George C. Gilmore of Manchester, N. H. 
The derivation of still other material is indicated in connection with 
the documents used. 

While duplicate rolls have been rejected, a few have been in- 
cluded which supply but little additional information, in the belief 
that it is better to err on the side of fullness than to omit anything 
which could add to our detailed knowledge of the men and events of 
the Revolution. 

The strictly chronological arrangement so desirable in a work of 
this kind will not be found. Most of the very early rolls came to 
hand after the printing had begun, and so were reserved, to be in- 
serted after the rolls of the MS Roster were completed. The dates 
of some rolls could not be definitely ascertained ; besides, there was 
thought to be some advantage in exhibiting in consecutive pages the 
matter derived from the New York Archives, vol. xv, e.g., as also 



IV PREFACE 

that from the Records of the Board of War, etc. An attempt to rem- 
edy, in part, this lack of chronological sequence is made in the Index 
on page 844. 

The Index of Names has given much trouble. It was decided to 
present the documents, especially the oldest ones, with the original 
spelling, pointing, etc. The various phonetic ways of spelling sur- 
names, especially, could not all be reproduced in the Index. It is 
hoped, however, that a sufficient key has been furnished for the find- 
ing of every name. 

As the act authorizing this publication calls for information re- 
specting " sailors and marines, " application was made through Sen- 
ator Proctor to the U. S. Navy Department for any information in 
its possession, but without result. On suggestion of Assistant Secre- 
tary Charles H. Darling inquiry was also made at the Library of 
Congress, but no records were found there of Vermont soldiers or sail- 
ors of the Revolution, as such. And indeed there was no antecedent 
probability that such records would be found, as in those years there 
was no " Vermont, " in the view of the Continental Congress. 

The early Journals of the General Assembly, some in manuscript, 
and others so rare as to be accessible only in the State Library, and 
the original Records of the Council of Safety and of the Board of War, 
have been examined for such (additional) information as might con- 
tribute to the general object of the volume. Some material from va- 
rious sources, prepared to illustrate and supplement the documents 
here given, was finally rejected as not strictly germane to the specific 
intent of this publication. 



GENERAL CONTENTS 



1775 

Capt. Thomas Johnson's Co. of Minute Men . 

Capt. Oliver Potter's Co. in an Expedition to Canada . 

1776 

Thomas Johnson's Scouting Party, Coos to St. Johns, March 
Col. Moses Robinson's Staff, June . 
Capt. Benjamin Hickok's Co., June 

" Gideon Brownson's Co., June 

" Ebenezer Martin's Scout from Moretown, Oct. 

" Elijah Dewey's Co., Oct. 

" Ebenezer Allen's Co 

" Thomas Johnson's Co. of Minute Men, Newbury 



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Capt. Thomas Lee's Co. of Rangers 
Report on same to General Assembly 
Capt. Thomas Lee's Independent Co. 

" Daniel Culver's Co., to Ticonderoga, June 
Scouts sent from Springfield, July . 
Detachment imder Capt. Nathan Smith after Tories, Aug, 
Capt. William Heaton's Co. in Strafford Alarm, July 

" John Alger's Co. (part) in Strafford Alarm . 
Men to Strafford from Norwich under Capts. Bush and Board 
man ....... 

Men to Strafford from Orford, Piermont & Fairlee 
Men with horses to Strafford from Lyme 
Scouting after Retreat from Strafford 
Capt. Elijah Dewey's Co., August i6 

" Samuel Robinson's Roll, August i6 

" John Benjamin's Co., Aug.-Oct. 

" John Gideon Bayley's Co., Aug. 

" Seth Hodges' Co., Aug.-Oct. . 

" Timothy Bush's Co., Aug.-Sept. 

" John Petty 's Co., Aug.-Sept. 

" Josiah Boyden's Co., Aug.-Sept. 

" Josiah Boyden's Co., Sept.-Oct. 



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Lieut. Moses Johnson's Co., Sept. -Oct. ..... 43 

Capt. David Stowell's Co., Sept.-Oct 42 

Lieut. Charles Richards' Command, Sept.-Oct. . . . 40-41 

Capt. Ebenezer Allen's Co., July-Dec 44~45 

" Levi Goodenough's Co., July-Dec. (1777?) ... 47 

" John Warner's Co., July-Dec. 48 

" Parmelee Allen's Co., July-Dec. ..... 49 

Philip and Stephen Smith, prisoners, Sept., 1777- 1779 . . 51 

Capt. William Heaton's Co., Sept.-Oct. .... 52 

" Frye Bayley's Co., Sept.-Oct. (1777?) .... 53 

Joshua Hazen's Co., Sept.-Oct 55 

Abel Marsh's force transporting flour, Oct. ... 56 

Abraham Salisbury's Co. (Clarendon) in Pittsford, Oct. 57 

Scouts from Woodstock 59 

Capt. F. Bayley and Lt. N. Lovewell, prisoners, Dec. . . 60 



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Capt. Thomas Sawyer's Roll .... 
" Daniel Comstock's Co., April 
" Solomon Cushman's Co. (part), April . 
" Isaac Clark's Co., March-May 
" Nathan Smith's Detachment, April 
" Nathan Smith's Detachment, April-May 
" Simeon Stevens' Co., April 
" W^illiam Hutchins' Co., May i-Nov. 30 
" Thomas Sawyer's Co., May i-Nov. 30 . 
" Jesse Safford's Co., May i-Nov. 30 

Detachment under Capt. Gideon Ormsby, June-July 

Capt. Samuel Robinson's Co., June-July 

" Samuel Robinson's Co., at Rutland, June-July 

Scouts from Windsor, June-Sept. 

Scout from Moretown, July .... 
" sent by Capt. John Throop, August 

Escort (of Tories) under Capt. James Bentley . 

Lieut. Joseph Little's Co., Aug.-Oct. 

Scouts from Woodstock 

Capt. Joseph Briggs' Co., Oct.-Nov. 

Lieut. Solomon Soper's Co., Oct.-Nov. 

Capt. Gideon Ormsby's Co., Nov. . 

Detachment under Capt. Stephen Calkins, Nov 

Capt. John Smith's Co., Nov. . 
" Zebediah Dewey's Co., Nov. 
" John Spafford's Co., Nov. 
" Thomas Sawyer's Co., Nov. . 
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Capt. Abraham Underhill's Co., Nov. 
Lieut. Abraham Ives' Co., Nov. 
Capt. Tehan Noble's Co., Nov. 

" Ephriam Buell's Co., Nov. 

" Benjamin Cooley's Co., Nov. 

" Simeon Wright's Roll, Nov. . 
Lieut. Jonathan Scott's Co., June-Jan. 
Capt. Jonathan Scott's Co., June-Jan. 

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Capt. John Smith's Co., Feb. .... 
Col. Seth Warner's Regiment, 1776- 1779 

" Seth Warner's Regiment, 1776-1780 
Capt. John G. Bayley's Co., April 1777-May 1779 

" William Hutchins' Co., March-May 

" Simeon Wright's Co., Mav . 

" Simeon Wright's Roll, May . 

" John Burt's Co., April-June . 

" John Burt's Co., April-June . 

" William Gaige's Roll, May-June 

" Thomas Sawyer's Co., Mav -June 

" Tehan Noble's Co., April-June 

" Tehan Noble's Co., April-June 

" Thomas Sawyer's Co., June-Aug. 
Surgeon Jacob Rubach's Roll, Dec. 1778-July 
Scouting Party from Capt. S. Wright's Co., July 

" " under Sergt. Thomas Hinman, August 

Capt. Parmelee Allen's Co., August-Nov. 

Capt. Thomas Sawyer's Co., Aug.-October 

" John Stark's Co., under Capt. P. Allen, Nov. 
" Simeon Wright's Co., Nov. . . . 
" Ephraim Buell's Co., May-Dec. 



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Capt. Timothy Bush's Co., Jan. -Feb. 

Scout under Lieut. Hezekiah Silaway, Jan. 

Capt. Nehemiah Lovewell's Co., Feb. 

Lieut. Calvin Parkhurst and eight men, March 

Capt. Zebediah Dewey's Roll for five men, March 

" Daniel Comstock's Co. (part), March . 

*' Abel Merriman's Co., March . 

" Daniel Smith's Co., March . 
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Capt. Simeon Wright's Co., March 

" Abraham Underhill's Co., March 

" Daniel Smith's Co., March . 

" Ephraim Buell's Co., March . 

" Zebediah Dewey's Co., March 

" Benjamin Cooley's Co., March 

" Stephen Calkins' Co., March 
Lieut. Enoch Hall's Rangers, March 
Capt. John Spafford's Co., March 

" John Spafford's men (omitted) 

'* Gideon Ormsby's Co., March 

*• Thomas Bull's Co., March 

'• Tehan Noble's Co., March . 

" Matthew Lyon's Co., March-Oct. 

" Giles Walcott's Co. 
Lieut. Benjamin Everest's Co., Nov.-March, 1780 
Capt. Jonas Galusha's Co., April 

" John Stark's Co., April . 

'* Samuel Williams' Co., Mav. 

" John Spafford's Co., May-June 

" Ephraim Buell's Co., May -June 

" Benjamin Cooley's Co., May-June 
Col. Gideon Warren's Regiment, Officers, March and June 
Capt. Thomas Lee's Co., June 

" Zebediah Dewey's Co. (part), May-June 

" Jesse Safford's Co., July 
Scout under Lieut. Nathan Howland, August 
Capt. John Spafford's Co., August . 

" Elisha Burton's Co., August 

" Joseph Parkhurst's Co., August 

" John Mercy's Co., August 
Scout under Capt. Benjamin Cox, August 
Capt. Benjamin Cox's Co., August-Nov. 
Lieut, William Post's Co., August-bept. . 
Capt. Stephen Calkins' Co., Oct. 

" Jonathan Helton's Co., Oct. , 
Lieut. Asahel Smith's Co., Oct.-Nov. 
" Edmund Hodges' Co., Oct 
" Benjamin Cox's Co., August . 
'* Benjamin Cox's Co., August 

/' Eli Noble's Co., August-Nov. 
Lieut. David Powers' Co., Aug.-Nov. 
Scouts from Capt. Joseph Sawyer's Co., Aug.-Nov 
Capt. Abel Merriman's Co., Oct. 
" Daniel Smith's Co., Oct.'V . 
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Capt. William Hutchins' Co., Oct. . 

" Eli Noble's Co., Oct. 

" Benjamin Cooley's Co. (part), Oct 

" Nathaniel Seeley's Co., Oct. . 

" Ebenezer Wood's Co., Oct. 
- " Samuel Robinson's Co., Oct. 
Lieut. Lemuel Hyde's Co., Oct. 

" Lemuel Bradley's Co., Oct. 
Capt. Tehan Noble's Co., Oct. 

" Thomas Bull's Co., Oct. 

" Bigelow Lawrence's Co., Oct. 

" Jacob Odel's Co., Oct. . 
Lieut. Abner Hurd's Co., Oct. 
Capt. Thomas Collins' Co., Oct, 

" John Spafford's Co., Oct. 

" Zebediah Dewey's Co., Oct. . 
Col. Samuel Herrick's Regiment, Oct. 
Capt. Cyprian Downer's Co., Oct. . 

" John Spafford's Co., Oct. 

" William Gage's Co., Oct. 

" Daniel Comstock's Co., Oct. . 

" Jonas Galusha's Co., Oct. 

*' Jonas "Galusha's Co. (part), Oct. 

" Abraham Ives' Co., Oct. 

" Isaac Clark's Co., Oct. . 

" Daniel Smith's Co. (part), Oct. 

" William Dvre's Co., Oct.-Nov. 
Major Gideon Ormsby's pay-roll, Oct. 
Capt. Joseph Parkhurst's Co., Oct. 

" Timothy Bush's Co., Oct. 

" John Marcy's Co., Oct. 
Lieut. Bartholomew Durkee's Co., Oct. 
Capt. Joshua Hazen's Co., Oct. 

" (part), Oct. 

" Daniel Gilbert's Co., Oct. 
Major Elkanah Day's Battalidh, Oct. 
Capt. Comfort Starr's Co., Oct. 

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" Abner Bisbee and men to Springfield, Oct 

" Samuel Scott's Co., Oct. 

" John Powell's Co., Aug. (?)-Oct. 

" Elias Weld's Co. to Royalton & Haverhill, Oct. 
Major Benjamin Wait's pay abstract, Oct. 
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Ccint. Warren Cottle's Co., Oct. 

"^- Timothy Bush's Co., Oct. 

" Joshua Hazen's Co. to Brookfield, Oct . 

" 'ohn Hawkins' Co., to Brookfield, Oct. 

" J 'tq Stark's Co., Oct 

" Th«- nas Barney's Co., Oct. 
Lieut. Abisha Samson's Co. at Barnard, Oct. . 
Capt, BenjaiOin Cox's Co., as scouts, to Brookfield, Oct 
Lieut. James Siix?l ley's Co. at Straflford, Oct. . 
Capt. Joshua Hazen's Co. at Strafford, Oct.-Nov. 

" Samuel Allen's Co., Oct.-Nov. 

" Charles Parker's Co., Oct.-Nov. 

" Nathaniel Blanchard's Co., Oct.-Nov. . 
Ensign William Hoar and Co., Oct.-Nov. 
Capt. James Anderson's Co. (part), Oct.-Nov. 

" Nathaniel Smith's Co., Oct.-Nov. 
Major Wm. Goodrich, commanding Capt. Enoch Noble 
(from Mass.), Oct.-Nov, . 

'* William Goodrich and Staff, Oct.-Nov. 
Capt. Samuel Williams' Co., Oct.-Nov. 
Ensign Solomon Calkins and Party, Nov. 
Lieut. John Powell and Party, Nov. 
Scouts from Capt. Cox's Co., Nov. . 
Capt. Joseph Tyler's Co., Oct. -Dec. i 



'* Ebenezer Wallis's Co., March and Oct. 

" William Hutchins' Co., Jan.-Nov. 

" Parmelee Allen's Co., Feb. -Dec. i 

" Jesse Safford's Co , Jan. -Dec. i . . 
Lt. Col. James Claghorn's account, Nov. 1778-Nov 
Lieut. Samuel Willard and men, Dec. 
Scout under Major John Barron, from Moretown 
Capt. Abraham Salisbury's Co. 

" Capt. Ichabod Robinson's Co., Clarendon 



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Capt. Ezekiel Colbe's Co., Corinth, scouting, 1777, 1781 
" Jesse Sawyer's Co., April 1780-Jan. 1781 

Lieut. Beriah Green's Co., Feb.-March .... 

Scout from Strafford under Sergt. R. Crandal, Feb. 

Capt. Samuel Smith's Co., Fairlee, to Newbury, Royalton 

&c., Oct. '8o-March'8i 

" Samuel McClure's Co. at Dresden, March 

" Charles Nelson's Co., Feb.-March .... 

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Scout from Moretown under Capt. Eben Martin, March. 
Capt. John Throop's Co., March 
Lieut. Daniel Spooner's Co., to Orford, March 
Capt. John Burt's Co., March 
Scouts' under Lieut. Nathaniel White, March . 
Scout from Strafford under Ensign Solomon Calkin, March 
Capt. Samuel Stow Savage's Co., March 
" John Marcy's Co., March 
" Jesse Burk's and Capt. M. Gilson's Cos. in the New 

bury Alarm, March .... 

" Joshua Hazen's Co. (part) to Dresden, March 
" " " " to Piermont, March 

" Timothy Bush's Co. in the Peacham Alarm, March 
" Warren Cottle's Co., March . 
Scout under Lieut. James Smalley, March 
Capt. Benjamin Cox's Co. to Bethel, March 
Scout from Moretown, March . 
Capt. Jesse Safford's Co.., March 

" William Heaton's Co., Thetford, to Royalton, New 
bury, <!fec., Aug. '80- April '8 1 . 
Lieut. Nathaniel Holmes' Co., Dec. 1780-April 1781 
Capt. Simeon Stevens' Co., Newbury, scouting and guarding. 

May '79-May '81 . '. ■ . 
Scouts under Capt. Frye Bayley (Newbury ?), Oct.'80-May '8 
Capt. Stephen Calkins' Co. (?), Oct.- Nov. 1780 (?) 
" Stephen Calkins' Co. (?) 
" Capt. Tl^as Collins' Co., May-June . 
Rutland Co. f^rt) under Ensign Isaac Cushman, to Fort 

Vengeance, June-(?) . . 
Capt. Zebediah Dewey's Co., Castleton Alarm, June 
" Lemuel Roberts' Co., June . . 
" John Spafford's Co., Castleton Alarm, June . 
" Jacob Wood's Co., Castleton Alarm, June . 
" Abishai Moseley's Co., Castleton Alarm, June 
Lieut. Lemuel White's Co., Shrewsbury Alarm, June 
Major Israel Smith and A. Chamberlin, A. Q. M. . 
Capt. Abner Seely's Co., pay to June 30, 1781 
" John Benjamin's Co., pay to June 30, 1781 . 
" Daniel Comstock's Co., pay to June 30, 1781 
" James Blakeslee's Co., pay to June 30, 1781 . 
" Charles Nelson's Co., pay to June 30, 1781 . 
" Nehemiah Lovewell's Co., pay to June 30, 1781 
" Josiah Fish's Co., pay to June 30, 178 1 . 
" Jotham White's Co., pay to June 30, 1781 . 
" John Stark's Co., pay to June 30, 1781 . 
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Capt. James Brookins' Co., pay to June 30, 1781 

Lt. Col. Samuel Fletcher's Battalion-Staff, pay to June 30, '81 

Capt. William Hutchins' Co., pay to June 30, 1781 

" Bigelow Lawrence's Co. at Cambridge and Saratoga 
July, 1781 ....... 

" Eli Noble's Co., Pownal, to Saratoga, July . 
Moses Howe's Acct., taking six prisoners to Castleton 
Capt. Ebenezer Wood's Co., July 31-Aug. 

" Matthew Lyon's Co., July 31-Aug. 
Col. Ebenezer Walbridge's Staff, August 
Capt. William Sharp's Co., August 

*• Augustine Odel's Co., August 

" Lemuel Carey's Co., August .... 

" William Shepard's Co., August, at Saratoga 

" John Robinson's Co., August 

" Shadrach Phelps' Co., August 

" Matthias Button's Co., August . . * . 

" William Dyre and Men, August, scouting near Fort Ann 

" Lemuel Bradley's Co., August . . 
■^-^ " Joseph Safford's Co., August . . ' . 

" Robert Hunkins and Men, August, at Peacham, . 

" Barth. Durkee's Co., Aug., to Bethel Fort 

" William Bramble's Co., August, to Bethel Tort, . 

" Elkanah Sprague and men, August, to Bethel Fort 

" John Coffeen's Co. ...... 

Lieut. Joseph Wickwire and Prisoners' Guard, at Bennington 
August ........ 

Capt. Isaac Tichenor's Co., Bennington, to Saratoga, August 
Three Weeks' Men in Capt. Parmelee Allen's Co., July-Aug. 
Capt. Abraham Underbill's Co 

" Elijah Galusha's Co. to Saratoga, August 

" Nathan Delano's Co., August 

" William Sharp's Co., August 
Col. John Abbot and Staff . . . . , 
Capt. Cyprian Downer's Co., Shaftsbury to Saratoga, August 

" Jesse Safford's Co., August .... 
Ensign Elisha Partridge and Men, August 
Prisoners' Guard under Sergt. Matthew Scott, Bennington 

August 

Prisoners' Guard under Sergt. Samuel Standish, Bennington to 

Skeensboro', August ..... 
Capt. Joseph Safford's Co. at White Creek, Aug.-Sept. 

" Elisha Galusha's Co. fpart) to Windham County, Sept 
Gov. Chittenden's Life-Guard, Aug.-Sept. 

" Chittenden's Life-Guard, Sept-Oct. 
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Capt. Timothy Bush and Men, arresting two transient persons 

" John Coffeen and Co. (part), taking up enemies, Oct. 
Scout under Lieut. Frederick Smith .... 

Capt. Charles Nelson's Co., July i — (Sept. 14?) 

" Charles Nelson's Co., Sept.-Nov 

*' Thomas Barney's Co. , Oct 

" Eli Brownson's Co., to Castleton, Oct. 20 

" Thomas Bull's Co., Oct 21 

** Enoch Eastman's Co., Oct 

" Zadock Everest's Co., Oct 

" John Gray's Co., Oct.-Nov 

" Jacob Hinds'(,Co., Oct. 

" Richard Hurd's Co., Oct. 20 

*• John Mott's Co., Danbv, at Castleton, Oct. . 

" Jacob Odel's Co., Oct.' 

" Daniel Smith's Co. at Castleton, Oct. . 

" Nathaniel Smith's Co., Oct. .... 

" Ebenezer Wilson's Co. at Castleton, Oct. 

" Abraham Underhill's Co., Oct.-Nov. 

" Samuel Willard's Co., Oct.-Nov 

Col. Ira Allen's Regiment, Staff^Oct 

Capt. Abraham Jackson's Co., Wallingford, at Castleton 
Oct. 14 . 

*' Abel Merriman's Co. to Castleton, Oct. 21 . 

" Jacob Wood's Co. to Castleton, Oct. 21 

" Lemuel Roberts' Co., Oct. 21 

" Nathaniel Blanchard's Co., at Castleton, Oct. 21-30 

" Samuel Williams' Co., Oct. 21 -Nov. 2. 

" Orange Train's Co., Oct. 20-Nov. 

" Israel Hurlbut and a Detachment from Col. Thomas 
Lee's Regiment ....... 

" Abraham Jackson's Co. (part), at Castleton, Oct. 14 

" Cyprian Downer's Co., at Castleton, Oct. 

" Eli Noble's Co., Pownal, at Castleton, Oct. 

" Ebenezer Wood's Co., Oct. 13 

" Bigelow Lawrence's Co., at Castleton, Oct. . 

" Isaac Tichenor's Co., at Castleton, Oct. 13 . 
' " Joseph Safford's Co., at Castleton, Oct. 14-31 

Col. Ebenezer Walbridge's Staff, Oct 

Capt. Lemuel Cary's Co., Oct.-Nov. . . . ' . 
Lieut. Peter Baker's Co., to Skeensboro', Oct.-Nov. 
Capt. Nathan Delano's Co., Oct.-Nov 

" John Robinson's Co., at Skeensboro', Oct. 25 

" Martin Dudley's Co., at Castleton, Oct.-Nov. 

" William Sharp's Co., to Skeensboro', Oct.-Nov. . 

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GENERAL CONTENTS 



Capt. Nicholas Sharpe's Co., to Skeensboro', Oct 

" John Abbot's Staff, Oct.-Nov. 

" John Dater's Co., Oct 

" William Shepard's Co., to Castleton, Oct. 12-Nov 

** Henry Vanderhoff's Co. (?), Oct. 25-Nov. 5 . 

" John Dater's Co., Oct. 23-Nov. 4 . 

" Shadrach Phelps' Co., at Castleton, Oct. 23-Nov 
Col. Cornelius Douty's Staff, Oct. 12-Nov. 3 . 
Capt. John Stiliwell's Co., Oct. 25-Nov. g 

" Elijah Galusha's Co., Arlington, Oct. . 
Skeensboro' Co. under Ensign John R. Blanchard . 
Pownal Co. under Capt. Benjamin Bates, to Castleton, Oct. 
Capt. Zebediah Dewey's Co. at Castleton, Oct 21 

" Abishai Moseley's Co. at Castleton, Oct. 21 

" Jacob Hinds' Co. (part), Oct. 

*' Lemuel Bradley's Co., Oct. 21 

" Asaph Cook's Co., Oct. 20 

" John Patterson's Co., Oct. 14-24 . 

*' Lemuel Hyde's Co., Oct. 

" Peleg Matteson's Co., Shaftsbury . 
Lieut. Ward Bayley's Party, near Upper Coos, April-Nov. 
Capt. Eli Noble and Militia with him at Castleton, Nov 
Col. Samuel Fletcher's Staff, June 30-Nov. 25 
Lieut. Israel Morey's Party, July-Oct. 
Capt.'Nehemiah Lovewell's Co., July-Nov. 

" Peter Page's Co., July-Nov 

" " " Mileage, July 29-Nov. 25 . 

Lieutenant-Colonel Benjamin Wait's Staff, Feb.-Nov. 
Capt. John Benjamin's Co., July-Nov. 

•' Abner Seelye's Co., July-Nov. 

" Parmelee Allen's Co., May-Dec. 

" Samuel S. Savage's Co., Aug., Sept., Oct., etc. 
Brig.-General Roger Enos's Pay Abstract, May-Dec. 
Capt. Elijah Gates' Co., July-Dec 

" Richard Hurd's Co., to defend the Western Union 

" Eli Brownson's Co., Dec. 16-19 

" John Patterson's Co., Dec. 16-19 . 

'• Lemuel Bradley's Co., Dec. 16-19 

" Thomas Barney's Co., Dec. 17-20 . 

" Jacob Hines' Co., Arlington, Dec. 

" Elijah Galusha's Co. (part), Arlington, Dec 
Col. Ebenezer Walbridge's Staff, Dec. 
Capt. George Sexton's Co., Aug.- Dec. 

" Jotham White's Co., July-Dec. 
Scout from Moretown under Major Barron 
Scouting under Capt. Jacob Hall 



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XV 



Scouting by Lieutenants A. Fowler, B. Towl and Sergt. Z 
Lovewell ........ 

Lieutenant- Colonel Ebenezer Walbridge's Staff, May- Nov. 
Capt. James Blakeslee's Co., July- Dec. . 

" William Dyre's Co., at Skeensboro', July- Dec. 

" James Brookins' Co., July-Dec. 

" William Hutchins' Co., July-Dec. 

'■ Josiah Fish's Co., July i-Dec. 

" Daniel Comstock's Co., July i-Dec. 

" John Pratt's Co., June-Nov. . 

" John Stark's Co., July i-Dec. . 

" Joshua Babcock's Co., May-Dec. . 

" James Marston's Co., 1780, 1781 . 

" Abraham Salisbury's Co., 1781 

" Ichabod Robinson's Co., 1781 
Col. Gideon Warren's Staff .... 



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Capt. Silas Goodrich's Co., Jan., an Alarm after Tories . 588 

Lieut. Ward Bayley's Co., defence of Upper Coos, Mar. -Dec. 589 

Capt. Beriah Green's Co., Nov. 1781-Apr. 1782 . , . 590 

" Israel Hurlbut's Co. 592 

" William Hutchins' Co., Forts at Castleton and Pittsford, 

Nov. 1 78 1 -May 1782 593 

" Lemuel Bradley's Co., going after Tories, May i . . 595 

" Zadock Everest's Co., May ...... 596 

" Enoch Eastman's Co., Rupert, May i . . . . 597 

" Thomas Barney's Co., after Tories, May . . . 599 

" Eli Brownson's Co., after Tories, May .... 600 

" Elijah Galusha's Co., May ...... 602 

'' Bigelow Lawrence's Co., in W^indham County, Sept. . 603 

" Hezekiah Armstrong's Co., in Windham County, Sept. 604 

Col. Ebenezer Walbridge's Staff, in Windham County . . 605 

Capt. Joseph Safford's Co., in Windham County, Sept. . 606-607 

" William Simonds' Co., in Windham County . . 60S 

Officers in Capt. Eben. Wood's Co., in Windham County . 609 

Capt. Josiah Fish's Co., in Windham County . . . 609 

" Shadrach Phelps' Co. at White Creek, Oct. 1781 . 612 

Men of Sharon and Royalton under Capt. B. Green at Fort 

Fortitude, Oct 613 

Lieut. David Powers' pay roll, April-Oct 613 

Capt^ James Brookins' Co., add'l, July-Dec 614 

Lieut Ward Eager's Co., to Brattleboro', Dec. . . .. 615 

Capt. Isaac Wheeler's Co., Dec 616 

" Jason Duncan's Co., Dummerston to Brattleboro', Dec. 617, 619 



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Col. John Sergeants' Staff, Dec. 
Capt. Nathaniel Smith's Co. . 
" John Gray's Co. 



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1783 

Col. Seth Warner's Regiment (Vermonters) final adjustment 

ofaccts 623 

Capt. Thomas Barney and Volunteers, March . . . 626 

" Frye Bayley's Co., Newbury, May, 1781-1783 . . 627 
" Benjamin Whitney's Co. in Windham County, Oct. 

1783-Mar. 1784 629 

." Jacob Odel's Co., taking Tories on Rupert Mtn., April . 631 
From the Henry Stevens Papers and Others in Posses- 
sion of the State of New York . . . 632-661 

Bennington Militia, First Co., Oct., 1764 .... 632 

Capt. Elijah Dewey's Co., Bennington, Warning, Oct. 1775 . 633 

" " " " at Mt. Independence, 1776 . . 634 

" " " Men— Receipts, May, 1777 . . . 635 

" Gideon Brownson's Co. at Montreal, Feb. 1776 . . 635 
" Gideon Brownson's Co. before Quebec, Muster Roll, 

May, 1776 636 

" . Gideon Brownson's Co., Monthly Return . . . 638 

" Joseph Hatch's Co., Sept. 1776 639 

" " " Enlistment Roll, August, 1776 . 640 

A Return of Men Enlisted by Elkanah Day, Aug. 1776 . . 641 

Pay Roll of Capts. Sam' Payne, Sam' Ashley and Abel Cur- 

tis's Cos., under command of Major John Wheelock 

in service of N. Y. State, 1777 .... 642 

Request for Certificates of Discharge, Kingston, Sept. 1777 . 644 

Scouts at Pittsfofd, Oct. 1777 644 

Capt. Samuel Paine's Muster Roll, 1777 .... 647 

" Samuel Ashley's Co., under Major John Wheelock . 649 

" Nehemiah Lovewell's Co., Muster Roll, 1780 . . 651 
Muster Roll of Capt. Elisha Babcock's Co., near Quebec, 

Feb. 1776 653 

" " of Capt. Robert Cochran's Co., near Quebec, Feb. 

1776 • • ^55 

" " of Capt. Charles Nelson's Co., near Quebec, Feb. 

1776 '. . . 657 

" " of Lieut. Pixley's Co. (in the same detachment 

as above) 659 

Vermont Men in N. H. Regiments at Bunker Hill, June 17, 1775 661 

" " Col. Bedel's (N. H.) Regiment, 1775 . . 662 

" Soldiers who served in N. H. Regiments . . . 663 

Additional Payment because of Depreciation of Money 666-681 



GENERAL CONTENTS 



XVI 1 



Col. Seth Warner's Regiment, Add'l Pay .... 668 
Capt. Thomas Lee's Co., Add'l Pay ..... 673 
Major Gideon Brownson's Depreciation Money, Act of As- 
sembly 676 

Col. Thomas Lee authorized to receive Depreciation Money . 678 
Accounts and Other Papers from the Pay Table Office 682-770 
Col. Gideon Warren's Pay order on acct. of wound rec'd at 

Ticonderoga, May, 1775 682 

Lieut. John Fasset, Jr.'s Acct. for service in 1775 . . . 682 

Capt. William Fitch's Acct. for service in 1775 . . . 683 

Samuel Torry's Certificate for service in 1775 . , . 683 

Capt. Jonathan Fassett's Acct., for service in 1776 . . . 684 

" Michael Vail's Acct. for service in 1775 . . . 685 
Accounts of Capt. John Fasset, Matthew Lyon and others, 

1776, 1777 686 

Receipts of Soldiers on (Col.) Ethan Allen's Pay Roll, 1777 . 687 

Capt. Ebenezer Wood's Acct. for bounty money, &c. . . 688 
Petition of Capt. Bayley and Lieut. Lovewell ; service in 

Dec. 1777 688 

Pay of Lieut. Abner Blanchard, for services in 1777, 1778 . 689 

Petition of Lieut. John Powell, prisoner at Quebec, 1777, 1778 689 

Account for watching suspected persons, i777'(?) . . . 690 

Returns of the Guards over Major Amasa Wright, 1778 . 691 

Justus Webster wounded at Shelburne, March, 1778 . . 692 

Zadock Wright of Hartland under Guard, 1778 . . . 693 

Capt. Jesse Sawyer searching for Tories ..... 693 

" " " guarding Asa Baldwin to Bennington . 694 

" Isaac Clark's bounty money ...... 694 

Petition of Moses Evans, taken prisoner Oct. 5, 1777 . . 694 

Lt. Col. Ebenezer Walbridge's Acct., 1778-1780 . . . 696 

Capt. Samuel Paine's Acct. for services, 1778 .... 696 

Committee on Pay Rolls, 1778 696 

I^ieut. Nathan Howland and men, 1778 ..... 697 

Petition of Orsamus Holmes of Springfield, prisoner 1777 -1778 697 
Returns of Scouts sent out by Capts. Hazen, Weld and 

Marsh, 1778 698,699 

Sergt. Ephraim Stevens, prisoner in Canada May 1779-Oct. 

1781 700 

Two Deserters from Continental Army, 1779 . . . ' . 700 

Bounty to Capt. Parmelee Allen and Co., 1779 . . . 701 

Lt. Col. Stephen Pearl's Accts., 1780 . . . . . 703 

Scouting near Pittsford, 1780 (?) 703 

Cost of Fort Fortitude in Bethel, 1780 705 

Labor on Fort Defiance in Barnard ..... 705 

Pay Roll of a Guard ordered by the Governor, Aug., 17S0 . 706 

Chaplain Ithamar Hibbard's Acct. 1780 .... 708 



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GENERAL CONTENTS 



Acct. of Moses Robinson, 2d, O. M. 

Acct. of Surgeon Lewis Beebe, 1780 

Col. Thomas Lee at Castleton, his Acct 

Silas Robinson, Q. M., his Acct. 

Acct. of Amos Bicknell, A. C. L, 1780 

Acct. of Surgeon David Church, 1780 

Return of four Men in Capt. Nath. Smith's Co., 1780 

Lieut. Ebenezer Hyde with Flag to Crown Point, 1780 

" Eli Brownson with Flag, 1780 

Scouting by John Gault, 1780 

Acct. of Elisha Clark, C. G. I 

" " Eli Cogsel, A. C. I 

Petition of Benjamin Winchester, a sick soldier 
Resolve of Gen. Assembly to pay Nath. Martin of Moretown 
Prisoner ....... 

Acct. of Benjamin Wait, of the Board of War 
Lt. Col. Fletcher's Acct. for service in Windham County 
Daniel Walker sent to Castleton under guard of Sergt. J. Post 
Two Soldiers with a Flag, to Castleton, Feb. 1781 
Lt. Benj. Everest with a Flag to Canada 
Levi Hill with a Flag to Canada . 

Acct. of Lt. Col. Joseph Safford for service in 1780 and 1781 
Col. Seth Warner's Receipts, etc. 
Scout from Norwich to Onion River 
Scouting in March and April, 1781 
Major Gideon Ormsby's Account 
Jedediah Blackman, a prisoner 16 months 
Capt. L. Roberts, a prisoner g months, Ens. James Hill 6 
months ........ 

Eli Freeman, a prisoner 11 months .... 

Six British Prisoners to Castleton from Brattleboro 

Prisoners under Guard to Castleton from Windsor 

British Prisoners from Clarendon to Castleton 

Sundry Accts. paid by Treasurer, 1780, 1781 

Nahum Powers, prisoner in Aug. 1781; captive till June 22 

1782 ' 

Scouting done by John Martin, 1779-1781 

Moses Warren, prisoner ...... 

Hugh McCartey, prisoner in Canada 

Capt. James Brookins' Co., 1781 — omissions . 

John Kent, prisoner, 1781 

Nath. Fuller and Chris. Cary, prisoners in Canada 

Thomas Tolman's Accounts as Paymaster 

Supposed Deserter to Saratoga, April 1782 

Jonathan Luce, prisoner, Oct. 1781 

Corporal John Sergeant, prisoner, Oct. 1781 



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GENERAL CONTENTS XIX 

Benj. Stevens and Eben. Hopkins, prisoners, May, 1779 . 751 

Daniel Hovey, prisoner, Oct. 1781 752 

A Scout from Moretown, June, 1782 753 

Gen. Samuel Fletcher in Windham County, Sept. 1782 . 754 

Capt. Beriah Green at Fort Fortitude, April-Oct. 1782 . 757 

Zerah Norton and Nathan Burr, prisoners, 1781-1782 . . 760 

Corporal Thomas Hunter, prisoner Aug. 1 781 -Dec, 1782 . 761 

David Hicks of Brunswick, prisoner . , . . . 766 

Capt. Thomas Butterfield to Canada with a Flag . . . 768 

Daniel Bean, prisoner ; impressed seaman ? . . . . 769 
Names on Journals of General Assembly 1778-1788 . 771-778 

Officers appointed Feb. 1782 774 

Lemuel Roberts and Noel Porter specially commended . . 777 
Names on the Records of the Board of War . . 779-782 

Forts to be built at Pittsford and Hubbardton . . . 781 
Names on Records of Council of Safety and of Governor 

and Council . . . . . . 783-789 

Gen. Stark presents Hessian broadsword to Council, Sept. 1777 783 
Exportation of wheat, com, &c., regulated by special 

Committee ....... 785 

Victory at Shelburne and Retreat to New Haven, March, 1778 785 

Officers of Second Regiment of Militia, May, 1778 . . 786 

" " Third " u u ^8^ 

Col. Bedel's Regiment, recruited partly in Vt. . . . 788 

Six tons of Lead and 18,000 Gun Flints to be contracted for . 789 
Papers on File in Office of Secretary of State . " . 789-808 

Surgeons' Accounts 792-794 

Families at New Haven removed to Fort Ranger, Dec. 1778 . 794 

Inimical persons taken from Windsor to Bennington, July, 1778 798 
A Scout to Mt. Independence, Oct. 1781, taken prisoners, one 

killed 796 

A Scout under Sergt. N. Throop, from Windsor to Bennington 798 

Zebulon Lyon's Co. on guard duty at Windsor, &c., Aug. 1777 798 

Lieut. Abner Hurd's Co., Nov. 1778 800 

A detachment of Capt. J. Galusha's Co. at Bennington, May, 

1778 , . . 800 

Capt. J. Claghorn's Co. on scouting and guard duty. May, 

1777 800 

Men from Arlington, Dorset, Wells and Manchester who aided 

the Sheriff of Cumberland County, May and 

June, 1779 802 

Pay Rolls of Those Who Assisted the High Sheriff of 

Windham County in Sept. 1782 . . 804-808 
Pay Roll of Men from Bennington (?) who went to aid the 

Sheriff of Cumberland County, May, 1779 . . 808 
Petitions on file in Secretary's Office .... 808-809 



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GENERAL CONTENTS 



Abstract of Papers in Files . 
Commissary Accounts . 
Extracts from " Proceedings of 
York." . 



809-81 1 
811-812 



Prov. Congress of New 



813-822 



Employment of Green Mountain Boys advised by Pres. John 
Hancock of Continental Congress, June, 1775 . 
Etlian Allen's List of Officers for Green Mountain Boys . 814 
Officers for the same chosen at Dorset, July 27, 1775 . . , 815 
Prov. Congress of N. Y. appoints Seth Warner Lt. Col., 

Sept. 1775 816 

Militia to be raised in Cumberland, Charlotte and Gloucester 

Counties 817 

Officers of Major J. Hoisington's four Cos. of Rangers . . 819 

Muster Roll of Capt. Benj. Wait's Co 819 

" " " John Strong's Co 820 

Major John Wheelock and the Cos. to be raised by him . 821 
Cumberland County Militia, 1775, 1776 .... 822-827 
A Return of Capt. John Grant's Co. in Col. S. Warner's Reg- 
iment 827 

A Weekly Return of Col. Seth Warner's Regiment, Aug. 1777 828 
Six Companies of Vermont (?) Militia, names as found in a 

Pay-book of the New York forces for 1780 . 829-831 

Additional Corps (Green Mountain Boys) . . . 831-833 

Cumberland County Militia 833, 834 

The Cannon captured at Ticonderoga 834 

Capt. Azariah Wright's Co., Westminster, 1768 (?) . . 835 
The Westminster Massacre, March 13, 1775 .... 835 
Major Hopkins and Party Surprised, July, 1779 . . . 836 
Officers of Green Mountain Regiment as appointed by U. S. 

Congress 836 

Vermont " Committee of War "...". . 837 

List of Commandants 838 

Index to Special Persons and Subjects 843 

Some Events Grouped by Years 844 

Index of Towns, etc. ........ 845 

Index to Names of Persons 848-927 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



CORRECTIONS AND NOTES 

[It is proper to say here that the Editor expected to see the first sixteen pages a second time be- 
fore they were put to press. 1 

Page 5, line 1, "bounty" should be inserted before "blanket." 

8, line 15 of table, for Hatho. read Nath. 

9, line 9 from bottom, for Wol bridge read Walbridge. 

13, line 8, date should be 1785. 

14, line 7 from bottom, "Filed — Report," etc., belongs to previous docu- 
ment. 

26, line 13, for Libbens read Libbeus. 

33, line 2 of table, for Ramsey read Ranney. 

123, line 9 from bottom, date 1778 aflfects only the next line. 

124, add Note: One name appears to have been cut from this roll in 
binding. 

182, first line of lower table, read Warren. 

298, Charles (Parker) in heading is a correction in Book of Rolls for 
Clarke (erased) — perhaps itself an error. 

353, heading of table, read Gilson'' s. 

356, heading, read Bush''s; also in next line. 

504, heading, Dater^s should perhaps be Daters''. 

631, line 13, 1784 is evidently a scribe's error for 1783. 

711, line 17, Col. Lee wrote Capt. after his signature; changed by some- 
one (in Roster) to "Col." 

833', Thurston probably became "Thurstininlis" by interlining in the 
original roll. 

866, line 1, for Colton read Cook. 



For such accuracy as the following pages may be found to possess, a 
good share of the credit is due to the vigilance of the proofreader in the office 
of the printers. G. 



STATE OF VERMONT 



ROLLS OF THE MEN 
Engaged in the War of the Revolution 



[The following Rolls are mostly copied from a manuscript 
volume in the office of the Adjutant-General, into which the orig- 
inal rolls were transcribed by order of the General Assembly in 
1843. These are supplemented by material found in two publica- 
tions of the State of New York: " New York in the Revolution as 
Colony and State," 1897; and " Documents Relating to the Colo- 
nial History of the State of New York," Vol. XV, being "State 
Archives," Vol. I, 1887; and elsewhere. Figures in brackets at 
the beginning of a roll indicate the page in the manuscript volume 
mentioned at v^hich it may be found. 

Departures from present custom in spelling, punctuation, and 
use or non-use of capitals should not be hastily charged to the ac- 
count of the proof-reader, an effort having been made to reproduce 
such peculiarities of the Rolls as are not manifestly lapses or over- 
sights on the part of the writer. The origiiial errors in dates, in 
summation of figures, etc., are also meant to be preserved. The 
true reading of some proper names it has been possible only to 
guess at ] 



2 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[171, dupl. 180] \Capt. Thomas Johnsoti's Company of Minute Men'\ 

A Pay Roll of a company of Minute Men in the service of 
the country in the year 1775, under the command of Capt. Thomas 
Johnson. 



Names and Rank 



Days in 
service 


Pay per 

day 
[month?" 


Total 


20 


^12. 


6.13. 4 


20 


8. 


4. 5. 


20 


8. 


4. 5. 


20 


2.8 


1.11.10 


10 


2.8 


]5.11 


20 


2.8 


1.11.10 


20 


2.8 


1.11.10 


20 


2.8 


1.11.10 


12 


2. 


16. 


8 


2. 


10. 8 


8 


2. 


10. 8 


15 


2. 


1. 


15 


2. 


1. 


15 


2. 


1. 


15 


2. 


1. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


12 


2. 


16. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


12 


2. 


16. 


12 


2. 


16. 


8 


2. 


10. 8 


20 


2. 


1. 6. 8 


20 


2. 


1. 6. 8 


6 


2. 


8. 


21 


2. 


1. 8. 


20 


2. 


1. 6. 8 


15 


2. 


1. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


12 


2. 


16. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


8 


2. 


10. 8 


15 


2. 


1. 


20 


2. 


1. 6. 8 


12 


2. 


16. 



Thomas Johnson, Capt. 
Simeon Stephens, Lt. 
Jo^ Chamberlin, 2"*^ Lt. 
Thomas Hibbard, Clerk 
Elihu Johnson, Serg* 
Abie! Chamberlin, Do. 
Joseph Wilson, Do. 
Josiah Page, Do. 

John Baird 
Timothy Sargent 
James Mills 
Sylvanus Heath 
Jacob Bayley Junior 
James Bayley 
Joshua Bayley 
Er Chamberlin 
Nath' Chamberlin 
Asher Chamberlin 
Moses Chamberlin 
Silas Chamberlin 
Richard Chamberlin Jr. 
Samuel Eaton 
Jacob Fowler 
Jacob Gates 
Samuel Hadley 
Daniel Hall 
W°^ Johnson 
Moses Kelly 
John Menat 
Benj. Rollins 
Moses Stevens 
Levi Sylvester Jr. 
Ward Thurston 
Samuel Webster 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



Names and Rank 


Days in 
service 


Pay per 

day 
[month?" 


Total 


Zacheus Lovevvell 


10 


£2. 


13. 4 


Jonathan Hadley 


6 


2. 


8. 


Nath' Merrill 


25 


2. 


1.13. 4 


Reraem'=® Chamberlin 


24 


2. 


1.12. 


Abner Fowler 


30 


2. 


2. 


John Gideon Bayley 


20 


2. 


1. 6. 8 


Robert Johnson 


20 


2. 


1. 6. 8 


John Hazeltine 


8 


• 2. 


10. 8 


Jonathan Butterfield 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


Samuel Barnett Jr. 


12 


2. 


16. 


Benjamin Barnett 


12 


2. 


16. 


John Barnett 


12 


2. 


16. 


John Brown 


6 


2. 


8. 


Gideon Smith 


12 


2. 


16. 


Aaron Osmore 


15 


2. 


1. 


Ephraim Bayley 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


Ephraim Webster 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


Asa Webster 


6 


2. 


8. 




^62. 1. 3 



Newbury 7 June, 1785. This certifieth that Capt. Thomas 
Johnson personally appeared and gave solemn oath to the truth 
of the within roll, errors excepted, before me. 

Jacob Kent, 

Justice of Peace. 

The within pay Roll is not allowed by the Pay Table, it not 
being included in the resolve of Assembly. The alterations made 

in the roll are 

A captain's pa)'' per mo. ;^ 8. 

Lt. Do 5. 8 

Rations /8 

Test. Sam^ Bartlett 

In Gen. Assembly, Oct. 23, 1786. The aforesaid pay roll is 
referred to the committee of Pay Table for adjustment. 

Attest. 

Ro^ Hopkins, Clk. 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Pay Table Office, Rutland Oct. 26, 1786. The foregoing pay 
roll examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay 
the same to Tho^ Johnson Esq. it being sixty-two pounds orie shil- 
ling and three pence. 



Lem^ Chipman ^ 
o^- V -D r Com. 

iimoy Brownson ) 



Treasurer's Office, Rutland, Oct. 26, 1786. Rec'i of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order. 

Tho^ Johnson 

[302] [CaJ>f. Oliver Potters Company\ 

Rutland, Oct. 24, 1786. State of Vermont Dr. to Capt. Oliver 
Potter, his officers and soldiers who served in Col. Seth Warner's 
Regiment in the year 1775 in an expedition to Canada. 

To Capt. Potter, for enlisting 14 men @ 8/ £ 5.12. 

To 5 weeks subsistence at 16/ ' 4. 0. 

To a blanket 12/ 0.12. 

To a gun 10/ 0.10. 
To money paid for transporting the baggage of the 

company from St. Johns to La Prarie 18/ 0.18. 
To Lt. Ebenezer Allen for enlisting 18 men @ 8/ 7. 4. 
To 5 weeks subsistence @ 16/ 4. 0. 
To a blanket 12/ 0.12. 
To a gun 10/ 0.10. 
To money paid for transporting baggage of the com- 
pany from Longale to St. Johns 12/ 0.12. 
To Lt. James Claghorn for enlisting 10 men @ 8/ 4. 0. 
To 5 weeks subsistence at 16/ 4. 
To a blanket 12/ " 0.12. 
To a gun 10/ 10. 
Abraham Jackson, bounty 40/ blanket 12/ gun 10/ 3. 2. 
Moses Cooley " " " 3. 2. 
Caleb Rice " " " 3. 2. 
James Laflin, bounty, blanket & gun 3. 2. 
Wm. Kinkinbotham do. 3. 2. 
James Mc. Night do. 3. 2. 
Joel Baldwin do. 3. 2. 
Silas Bingham do. 3. 2. 
Daniel Adams do. 3. 2. 
Thos. Tuttle do. ' 3. 2. 
Edward Turner do. 3. 2. 
Silas Gerard ' do. 3. 2. 
Orange Train do. 3. 2. 
Lemuel Chipman do. 3. 2. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 5 

^ 3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 
3. 2. 

Total £ 163.16. 

Pay Table Office, Rutland, Oct. 24, 1786. The within account 
examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same to Eben'' Allen, or bearer, it beinjij one hundred and sixty- 
three pounds sixteen shillings lawful money. 

Timo. Brownson ( ^ ^^-n. 
T ■, r-,- > Committee 

Leml. Chipman \ 

Treasurer's Office, Rutland, Oct. 25, 1786. Reed, of Ira 
Alien,' Esq, Treasurer, the contents of the above order, being one 
hundred and sixty-three pounds sixteen shillings. 

Eben'" Allen. 

^^163.16. 0. 



Ozem Brewster blar 


iket & 


gun 


Saml. Turner 


do. 




Ethan Rice 


do. 




Aaron Adams 


do. 




James Bampus 


do. 




Asahel Jackson 


do. 




Hazelton Spencer 


do. 




Eben"" Washburn 


do. 




Reuben Marsh 


do. 




Jas. Randal 


do. 




Thos. Stafford 


do. 




Amariah How 


do. 




Rufu Tift 


do. 




Henry Green 


do. 




Alex^ Barr 


do. 




Saml. Darwin (Dorwin) 


do. 




Amasa Darwin 


do. 




Joseph Fuller (Tul'ler) 


do. 




Eben'' Andrice 


do. 




George Olds 


do. 




Robert Havens 


do. 




John Eaton 


do. 




John Griffin 


do. 




Daniel Norton 


do. 




Daniel Williams 


do. 




Alpheus Hall 


do. 




John Betts 


do. 




Micah Whitney 


do. 





6 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[25] 



State of Vermont to Thomas Johnson 



Dr. 



1776. 



March — To 15 daj^s on a scout from Coos, to St. Johns ) 
b}' order of Genl. Bayley j 

Abiel Chamberlin 15 days @ 4/ 
Silas Chamberlin do 

John Maclean " 

Fry Bayley 8 *' 

Provisions for scout 
Expense at St. Johns 



£ 



4 

3. 

3. 

3. 

1.13 
3. 8 
1.10 



10. 



£ 20. 



Pay Table Office, Rutland, Oct. 26, 1786. The within account 

examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 

same to Thomas Johnson, Esq. or bearer, it being twenty pounds, 

lawful money. 

Lem. Chipman ) ^ 

m- -D \ Com®®. 

Tiino. Brownson ) 

Treasurer's Office, Rutland, Oct. 26, 1786. Rec'd of the Treas- 
urer the contents of the above. 

Thos. Johnson. 

;^20.0. 



[77] [Roll of the Staff in Col. Moses Robinson's Regijjtent'\ 

A Pay Roll of the Staff Officers in Col. Moses Robinson's Reg- 
iment of .Militia in tlie alarm to Pittsford commencing the 27th 
June, 1776. 



Names. 


En- 
tered 

1776 
June 27 


Dis- 
charge 

1776 
July 23 


Days 

27 
27 


Miles 

55 
70 


pay per 
mile 

If 


No. Ra- 
tions 

2 
1 


Pay per 
ration 

8" 
8'! 


Total 


Azel Washburn, Surg". 
Saml. Kobinson, Adjt. 


9.18. 4 
6.18. 1 

£16.16. 5 



Saml. Robinson. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, 18th March. 1782. The. above 

account being examined agreeably to a resolve of the General 

Assembly, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the same, being 

sixteen pounds sixteen shillings and five pence to Saml. Robinson 

or order. 

Nathl. Brush | ^ 
r^n^n e T o^- u > Committee. 

;£^16.16. 5 Isaac Tichenor j 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



[355] 



\Capt. Benjaini7i Hickok's Cotnpany\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Benjamin Hickok's Company in the ser- 
vice of the State of Vermont, under the command of Capt. Gideon 
Brownson, June 29, 1776. 





Com- 


Days 






Names 


mence' 
of pay 


serv- 
ice 


Miles 


Total 




1776 








Capt. Benj.. Hickok 


July 1 


28 


16 


9.12.0 


Lt. Abraham Salisbury 


>• ( ( 


28 


12 


6. 3.1 


Ensign Peleg Sunderland,. 


(C <( 


28 




5.19.4 


Sergt. Caleb Smith 


(1 (( 


28 


28 


2.13.9 


•' Elisha Allen 


<' (i 


28 


21 


2.11.1 


" James Westcot 


1 < >l 


28 


12 


2. 8.9 


" Isaac Ashley 


(< (( 


28 


21 


2.11.9 


Corpl. Et),en^ Weltou 


( ( (1 


28 


28 


2.13.4 


Andrew Potter 


( C i I 


28 


12 


2. 1.4 


Benjamin Whitman 


<1 tt 


28 


12 


2. 1.4 


Obadiah Edmonds 


t < ti 


28 


12 


2. 1.4 


Zebediah Green 


t( (1 


28 


12 


2. 1.4 


Jabez Weaver 


(< << 


28 


12 


2. 1.4 


David Place [?] 


t ( It 


28 


12 


2. 1.4 


John Smith 


<< (< 


28 


12 


2. 1.4 


Charles Button 


tl i c 


28 


12 


2. 1.4 


Jedediah Jackson 


U 1. 


28 


12 


2. 1.4 


John Clark 


11 <c 


28 


12 


2. ].4 


Stephen Clark 


1 ( 11 


28 


12 


2. 1.4 


Jobe Cole 


(( (( 


28 


28 


2. 6.8 


David Warren 


II 11 


28 


28 


2. 6.d 


William Faleigh (or Fahigh) 


(1 << 


28 


21 


2. 4.4 


John Owen 


<( 11 


28 


21 


2. 4.4 


Eli Cogsel 


11 (1 


28 


16 


2. 2.8 


Daniel Colver 


" " 


28 


16 


2. 2.8 


Heber Griswold 


1( (1 


28 


16 


2. 2.8 


John Moulton 


<1 1< 


28 


16 


2. 2.8 




£lh. 6.6 



Benjamin Hickok. 

March 12, 1783. Then the above pay roll sworn to before me. 

Timo. Brownson, Asst. 

Pay Table Office, Sunderland, March 12. 1783. The within 

pay roll examined and approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay 

the same to Capt. Benjamin Hickok, it being seventy-five pounds 

six shillings and six pence. 

Timo. Brownson, ) ^ 

T u ci- r Committee. 

John Strong, \ 



8 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, March 13, 1783. Reed, of Ira 
Allen, Esq., Treasurer, the contenis of the above order, being 
seventy-five pounds six shillings and six pence, lav/ful money. 

£16. 6. 6 Benjamin Hickok. 

[215] [Capt. Gideon Brownsons Compatiy^ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Gideon Brownson's Company for the de- 
fense of the frontiers of the New Hampshire Grants. 
June 29, 1776. 



Names 


Days 


Per day 


Miles 


Pr. 
Mile 


Total 


Capt. Gideon Brownson 


29 


0.6.8 


50 


4 


10. 0. 


Lt. Jona. Wright 


28 


4.8 


50 


4 


6.15. 


" Enoch Eastman 


28 


4.8 


80 


4 


6. 9. 


Sergt. James Holmes 


27 


1.7 


45 


4 


2.17. 9 


" Daniel Comstock 


27 


1.7 


50 


4 


2.19. 5 


" Ebene. Wilson 


27 


1.7 


30 


4 


2.12. 9 


Corpl. Abner Chaffee 


27 


1 5 


40 


4 


2,12. 8 


" John Hathaway 


27 


1.5 


bO 


4 


2. 9. 4 


" Saml. Bradley 


27 


1.0 


50 


4 


3.15. 2 


Isaac Underhill 


27 


1.4 


40 


4 


2. 9. 4 


Danl. Kent 


27 


1.4 


40 


4 


2. 9. 4 


Jas. Armstrong 


27 


1.4 


40 


4 


2. 9. 4 


John Roberts 


27 


1.4 


45 


4 


2.11. 


Haynes Bement 


27 


1.4 


45 


4 


2.11. 


Hatho. Newton 


27 


1.4 


45 


4 


2.11. 


Charles Bally 


27 


1.4 


45 


4 


2.11. 


Israel Murren 


27 


1.4 


58 


4 


2.13. 2 


Jona. Hoit 


27 


1.4 


50 


4 


2.12. 


Nathan Brundridge 


27 


1.4 


50 


4 


2.12. 


Jos. Averel 


27 


1.4 


50 


4 


2.12. 


Eber Murray 


'27 


1.4 


50 


4 


2.12. 


Reuben Park 


27 


1.4 


50 


4 


2.12. 


Daniel Purdy 


27 


1.4 


48 


4 


2.12. 


Matthew Randall 


26 


1.4 


80 


4 


2, 4. 6 


Richard Latten 


2(i 


1.4 


30 


4 


2. 4. 6 


Const. Viall 


26 


1.4 


80 


4 


2. 4. 6 


Isaac Colvin 


26 


1 4 


30 


4 


2. 4. 6 


George Gage 


26 


1.4 


80 


4 


2. 4. (? 


Levi Shearman 


26 


1.4 


30 


4 


2. 4. 6 


Jabish Olmstead 


22 


1.4 


30 


4 


2. 4. 6 


Hezekiah Scott 


26 


1.4 


30 


4 


2. 4. 6 


Paul Nelson 


26 


1.4 


30 


4 


2. 4. 6 


Alpheus Harmon 


26 


1.4 


30 


4 


2. 4. 8 


Zepheniah Sexton 


27 


1.4 


45 


4 


2.11. 


Prince Soper 


27 


1.4 


45 


4 


2..1. 


John Lowbary 


27 


1.4 


45 


4 


2.11. 


Amos Brownson 


27 


1.4 


50 


4 


2.12. 




^108. 9. 3 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



Pay Table Office, April 18, 1782. The withiu pay roll exam- 
ined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same, 
being one hundred and eight pounds, nine shillings and three 
pence to Capt. Gideon Brownson or order 

Timo. Brownson | ^ 

;^108.9.3 Nathl. Brush [Committee. 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, Feb. 10, 1783. Reed, of Ira 
Allen Esq., Treasurer, the contents of the above order, being one 
hundred and eight pounds nine shillings three pence, lawful 
money. 

^108.9.3 . Gideon Brownson, Capt. 

[273] A Pay Roll of a Scout from Moretown^ Oct. 1776. 

Ebenezer Martin, Capt. 9 daj^s 6.8 per day 80 miles @ 4d 4. 6. 8 

Nathl. White, Lieut. " " 4.3 " " 80 " " " 3.4.4 



£i.n. 



y Committee. 



Test. Eben. Martin, Capt. 

John Barron, Major. 

Pay Table Office, Rutland, Oct. 29, 1784. The within roll being 
examined and approved, the Treasurer will pay the contents of the 
same to Maj. John Barron for said Scout, being the sum of seven 
pounds eleven shillings and seven pence, lawful money. 

Timo. Brownson 
Thos. Tolman 

Rutland, Oct. 29, 1784. Reed, of the Treasurer the contents 
of the above order. 

^ John Barron. 

£ 7.11. 7 

\^Capt. Elijah Dewey s Company^ 

Pay Roll of Capt. Elijah Dewey's Company in Col. Moses 
Robinson's Regiment of the Militia in the service of the United 
States ot America Mount Independence [October] 1776. 

Elijah Dewey, Capt. ' [Privates] 

Ebenezer Wolbridge, 1^* Lieut. Samuel Cutter 

Thomas Jewett, 2^ Lieut. Ezekiel Harman 

Nathaniel Fillinore, Ensign. Joseph Wickwire 

Joseph Rudd, Sergeant Daniel Kinsley 

Daniel Harman, " Jonathan Parsons 

John Fay, " Andrew Weaver 

John Smith, Corporal Abner Marble 

Jedediah Merrill, " Phineas Scott 

Thomas Story, " Aaron Haynes, 



10 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Silas Harman 
Joseph Robinson 
Ezekiel Smith 
Seth Porter 
David Powers 
Hopestill Armstrong 



Joseph Willoughb}'' 
Samuel Hunt 
Joshua Carpenter 
Othniel Green 
Philip Matteson 
Roswel Moseley 



[The above roll, taken from Hon. Hiland Hall's History of 
Bennington (Vt. Hist. Mag. I. 153), was found among Capt. Dewey's 
papers] 



[233] 



\Capt. Ehenezer Allen s Coi7ipany\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Ebenezer Allen's Company in Capt. 
Gideon Bronson's Detachment, raised for the immediate defense of 
the frontiers of this state in the year 1776, by order of convention. 



Names 



Capt. Ebene. Allen 
Lt. Ethau Pierce 
Sergt. James Adams 
Lemuel Chipman 
Daniel Adams 
Aaron Adams 
Samuel Rice 
Joel Baldwin 
Abel Turner 
Abner Patridge 
Luther Fillmore 
Eliphaa Brewster 
Eber Rice 



Entered 



June 29 
July 3 



(t 
1 < 



Dis- 
charged 



July 29 



Ra- 


Price 


tions 


Ra- 


due 


tions 


66 


8 


36 


8 


6 


8 


6 


8 


6 


8 


6 


8 


6 


8 


6 


8 


6 


8 


6 


8 


6 


8 


6 


8 


6 


8 



Days 



30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 



P^ I 
Month 



Total 



0.0 
10.0 
8.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 



10 
6 
2 



4.0 

12.6 

5.5 

18.8 
18.8 
18.8 
18.8 
18.8 
18.8 
18.8 
18.8 
18.8 
18.8 



£ 38. 7.7 



Ebene. Allen 

State of Vermont, Bennington, Feb. 25, 1782. Personally ap- 
pears Capt. Ebene. Allen and makes solemn oath that the within 
pay roll is made without fraud to the public or injustice to any in- 
dividual, and that he has not received any pay from the United 
States for said service. 

Isaac Tichenor, Justice of Peace 

Pay Table Office, Bennington. Feb. 25, 1782. The within ac- 
count being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay to 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



11 



Capt. Ebene. Allen or order, the sum of thirty-eight pounds seven 

shillings and seven pence. 

Isaac Tichenor / ^ 

Nathl. Brush \ Committee. 

Treasurer's Office, June 26, 1782. Reed, of the Treasurer the 
contents of the above order. 

Ebene. Allen, Capt. 

[175] [C«//. Thomas /ohnsojis Company of Minute Men\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. .Thomas Johnson's Company of Minute 
men in Newbury for the year 1776, under the command of Peter 
Olcott for scouting and guarding said year. 



Names 


Days 


Pay per 
month 


Total 


Thomas Johnson. Capt. 


31 


8. 0. 


8. 5. 4 


vSimeon Stevens. Lt. 


31 


5. 8. 


5.11. 8 


Joseph Chamberlin, 2^^ Lt. 


31 


5. 8. 


5 11. 8 


Thomas Hibbard, Clerk 


6 


2. 8. 


9. 6 


Elihu Johnson, Serg* 


16 


2. 8. 


1. 5. 7 


Abiel Chamberlin 


65 


2. 8. 


5. 4.11 


Joseph Wilson 


16 


2. 8. 


1. 5. 7 


Josiah Page 
John Baird 
Timothy Sargent 
James Mills 


14 
6 

14 
6 


2. 8. 

2. 

2. 

2. 


1. 3. 5 
8. 
18. 8 
8. 


Sylvanus Heath 


22 


2. 


1. 9. 4 


Jacob Bayley Jr 
James Bayley 
Joshua Bayley 
Err Chamberlin 


21 

21 
21 

18 


2. 
2. 
2. 

2. 


1. 8. 
1. 8. 
1. 8. 
1. 4. 


Nath' Chamberlin 


16 


2. 


1 1. 4 


Asher Chamberlin 


25 


2. 


1.13. 4 


Moses Chamberlin 


6 


2. 


8. 


Silas Chamberlin 


63 


2. 


4. 4. 


Richard Chamberlin Jr 


6 


2. 


8. 


Sam' Eaton 


6 


2. 


8. 


Jacob Fowler 


6 


2. 


8. 


Jacob Gates 


6 


2. 


8. 


Sam' Hadley 


6 


2. 


8. 


Daniel Hall 


6 


9 


8. 



12 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


Days 


Pay per 
month 


Total 


William Johnson 


16 


2. 


1. 1. 4 


Moses Kelly 


16 


2. 


1. 1. 4 


Amos Kimball 


6 


2 


8. 


Nehemiah Lovewell 


6 


2. 


8. 


Henry Lovewell 


6 


2. 


8. 


John Merritt 


6 


2. 


8. 


Benjamin Rollins 


6 


2. 


8 


John Kennady 


8 


2. 


10. 8 


Moses Stevens 


14 


2. 


18. 8 


Levi Sylvester 


6 


2. 


8. 


Ward Thurston 


6 


2. 


8. 


Sam^ Webster 


6 


2. 


8 


Nathi Merrill 


16 


2. 


L 1. 4 


Remembrance Chamberlin 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


Abner Fowler 


6 


2. 


■S. 


John Gideon Bayley 


18 


2. 


1. 4. 


Robert Johnson 


31 


2. 


2. 1. 4 


Jon^ Butterfield 


16 


2. 


1. 1. 4 


John Haseltine 


14 


2. 


18. 8 


vSamuel Barn ate 


6 


2. 


8. 


Benjamin Barnate 


18 


2. 


1. 4. 


John Barnate 


18 


2. 


1. 4. 


John Brown 


12 


2. 


16. 


Gideon Smith 


17 


2. 


1. 2. 8 


Aaron Osmore 


21 


2. 


1. 8. 


Ephraim Bayley 


16 


2. 


1. 1. 4 


Ephraim Webster 


16 


2. 


1. 1. 4 


Fry Bagley 


18 


2. 


1. 4. 


Ephraim Lacy 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


Neh. Lovewell, Senior 


18 


2. 


1. 4. 


Henry Lovewell 


21 


2. 


1. 8. 


William Wallace 


16 


2. 


1. 1. 4 




£lh 3. 3 



Thomas Johnson, Capt. 

Newbury, 7^'^ June, 1785. This certifieth that then Capt. Thomas 
Johnson personally appeared and gave solemn oath to the truth of 
the within roll, errors excepted, before me. 

Jacob Kent, Justice of Peace. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



13 



Pay Table Office, Sunderland, July 9, 1785. The within Pay 

Roll is examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to 

pay the same, amounting to the sum of seventy-five pounds three 

shillings and three pence, lawful money, to Capt, Thomas Johnson 

(or bearer.) 

Sam' Bartlit, ) ^ 

a> _o T> y Committee. 

Tim° Brownson j 

Sunderland, July 9, 1795. ReC^ of I. Allen, Treasurer, the 
contents of this order. 

John G. Bayley, 

;^75. 3. 3. 



[504, see next roll] [CaJ>^ Thomas Lee's Company of Ranger s'\ 

Return of Capt. Thomas Lee's Independent Company of Ran- 
gers in the service of the United Stales of America, annexed to 
Col. Warners Regiment, 



Commissioned Officers, Non-com- 
missioned Officers and Privates. 


When enlisted 


Term 


Towns 


State 


Thomas Lee, Capt. 


Dec 9, 1776 




Rutland 


New Hamshire 


Isaac Martin 1st Lieut. 


do 




do 


Grants— alias 


John Mott 2d 


do 




Neshobe 


Vermont 


Ephraim Loomis Sergt. 


Feby 15, 1777 


3 years 


Rutland 


do 


James Ewings 


Dec. 19, 1776 


do 


Pittsford 


do 


Briton Simmonds " 


do 


do 


do 


do 


JohnMcKobert " 


Jany 1.1778 


2 years 


Springfield 


do 


Joseph Williams, Corpl 


Dec. 28, 1776 si 


3 years 


Clarendon 


do 


John May 


'• 19 '• 


do 


Pittsford 


do 


Gideon Oooley " 


March 8, 1777 


do 


do 


do 


John Smith 


Dec. 28, 1776 


do 


Clarendon 


do 


Ashel Lewis Fifer 


Feby 1,1777 


do 


do 


do 


Peleg Eady Drum'. 


Dec. 28, 1776 


do 


do 


do 


Benjamin Andrus, private 


" 21 " 


do 


Pittsford 


do 


Alexander Barr 


" 19 " 


do 


Rutland 


do 


Lymos I^onatt " 


April 16, 1777 


do 


Springfield 


do 


John Boyenton " 


Dec. 19, 1776 


do 


Pittsford 


do 


Clement Clark. " 


" do 


do 


Kutland 


do 


Benjamin Gleson 


April 10, 1777 


do ■ 


Shoreham 


do 


Elijah Goodwine " 


.. ji .. 


do 


Poultney 


do 


John Hastens " 


March 15 " 


do 


New Haven 


do 


Moses Johnson " 


Dec. 27. 1776 


do 


Clarendon 


do 


Philemon Johnson 


April 10, 1777 


do 


Tinmouth 


do 


Thomas Latham — " ' 


Dec. 19, 1776 


do 


Rutland 


do 


Joseph Moore " 


do 


do 


Dorset 


(Jo Jon. 30, 1779 
deserted 


Gershom Olds 


March 9, 1777 


do 


Rutland 


do 


Reuben Post " 


Dec. 18. 1776 


do 


do 


do 


Jonathan Partridge " 


" 14 •• 


do 


Neshobe 


do 


Moses Powers " 


do 


do 


Clarendon 


do 


Thomas Stafford 


" 28 " 


do 


do 


do 


Curtis Smith 


Feby 15, 1777 


do 


Rutland 


do 


Chandler Tuttle 


" 2 " 


do 


Neshobe 


do 


Saml. Wis well 


Dec. 28, 1776 


do 


Sudbury 


do 


Nathl. Marsh 


" 19 " 


do 


Pittsford 


"" March 1779 


Thomas Wheeler 


" 12 " 


do 


Harwick 


do 


John Hodgon " 


Jany 1,1777 


do 


Rutland 


do 


Michael Coffin 


Feby 2 " 


do 


Cavendish 


do 



Attest, Thomas Lee, Capt. 



14: STATE OF VERMONT 

Windsor 12th Feby ) To the Honorable General Assembly now 
1781 ) sitting in this place. 

We your Committee appointed to examine the circiimslances 
of the within Muster-roll relative to the time of the enlistment and 
discharge of those men therein contained, — beg leave to report 
that upon our most critical examination we find that the whole of 
those officers and soldiers that are set in said Roll have served in 
the service of the United States for the space of about three years 
according to the within representation; excepting those whose 
names are hereafter mentioned, and that those persons last men- 
tioned were hired "by the former by whom they were succeeded 
upon the encouragement that they should take the benefit of what- 
ever might hereafter be recovered on account of the depreciation 
of money or otherwise. 

Lieut. Able Wright exchanged for Lieut. John Mott March 1, 1778. 

Hannaniah Brooks exchanged for Limas Bonatt December 1, 1778 

Archippus Blodgett exd. for Philo. Johnson Dec"". 1, 1778. 

David Earl exd. for John Hastings " " 

Asa Hale exd. for Elijah Goodwin " " 

Ebenezer Humingston exd. for Curtis Smith " " 

Isaac Harris exd. for Chandler Tuttle " " 

It is therefore the opinion of your Committee that the Assem- 
bly recommend to the Committee of Pay Table to pay such sums 
or considerations as said Assembly shall in their wisdom think 
proper to grant, (if anything) to such persons as shall make it 
evidently appear to said Committee that they are the persons that 
have a right to said grant. 

Joseph Bowker 
John Strong 
Eben'^ Drury 

Tn General Assembly Feby 14, 1781 
The above report was read and accepted. 

Attest Ros^ Hopkins Clerk. 
(Reconsidered) 

(Filed — Report on Capt Lee's petition — accepted — see page 327) 
[507, see last roll] [C<2//. Thomas Lee's Independent Company\ 

A List of the Officers and Soldiers of Capt. Thomas Lee's Inde- 
pendent Company, to wit, that part of said Company who have 
been returned as belonging to this State, — together with the de- 
preciation of their pay respectively, agreeable to act of Assembly, 
with the deductions therefrom, as appears to have been received 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



15 



by receipts and otherwise, and the balance remaining due to each — 
being an Abstract from a List of the Committee's calculation and 
adjustments thereof. 









Deductions for 






Depreciation 


moneys received 




Names 


in full— found 


towards sd. de- 


Balance remaining 


- 


due to each 


preciation- as ap- 


due to each 








pears by rcepts 






£ S. 


D. 


£ S. D. 


jC s. D. 


Tliomas Lee Capt. 


148.14. 





21. 0. 


127.14. 


Isaac Martin Lieut 


100. 7. 


G 


21. 0. 


79. 7. 6 


Abel Wright do 


8.16. 


4 


12. 0. 


0. 0. 


John Mott do 


92. 1. 


2 


21. 0. 


71. 1. 2 


Nathl. Marsh Sergt 


22.18. 


4 


6. 0. 


16.18. 4:Decd 


Eph'° Loomis do 


44.12. 


3 


15. 0. 


29.12. 3 


Jabez Olmstead do 


22.14. 


4 


6. 0. 


16.14. 4 


James Evins do 


21. 1. 


1 


15. 0. 


6. 1. 1 


John McRoberth Corpl. 


35.12. 


6 


15. 0. 


20.12. 6 


Britton Simmons do 


37. 3. 


6 


15. 0. 


22. 3. 6 


John Smith do 


37. 3. 


6 


6. 0. 


31. 3. 6 


Gideon Cooley do 


37. 8- 


6 


15. 0. 


22. 3. 6 


Peleg Eddy Drum"-. 


37. 3. 


6 


6. 0. 


31. 3. 6 


Ashel Lewis Fifer 


37. 3. 


6 


6. 0. 


31. 3. 6 


Benja. Andrews private 


37. 3. 


6 


15. 0. 


22. 3. 6 


Alexander Barr " 


37. 3. 


6 


15. 0. 


22. 3. 6 


Lymus Bonatt " 


37. 3. 


6 


15. 0. 


22. 3. 6 


John Byonton " 


37. 3. 


6 


6. 0. 


31. 3. GDecd 


Clemen Clark 


37. 3. 


fi 


15. 0. 


22. 3 6 


Benja. Gleson 


37. 3. 


6 


6. 0. 


31. 3. 6 


Asa Hall 


14. 2. 


8 


15. 0. 


0. 0. 


Elijah Goodwin 


■ 23. 8. 





32. 8. 8 


0. 0. 


Curtis Smith 


37. 3. 


6 


15. 0. 


22. 3. 6 


John Hastins 


37. 3. 


6 


15. 0. 


22. 3. 6Decd 


Moses Johnson 


37. 3. 


6 


6. 0. 


31. 3. 6Dec<i 


Joseph Williams 


37. 3. 


6 


15. 0. 


22. 3. 6 


John Mays 


37. 3. 


6 


22. 0. 


15. 3. 6 


Thomas Latham 


37. 3. 


6 


15. 0. 


22. 3. 6Decd 


Gershom Olds 


37. 3. 


6 


15. 0. 


22. 3. 6 


Reuben Post 


37. 3. 


6 


6. 0, 


31. 3. 6 


Jona. Partridge 


37. 3. 


6 


6. 0. 


31. 3. 6 


Hannaniah Brooks. . - 


14. 2. 


9 


0. 0. 


8. 2. 9 


Moses Powers. 


23. 8. 


8 


15. 0. 


8. 8. 8 


Thomas Stafford 


37. 3. 


6 


15. 0. 


22. 3. 6 


Chandler Tuttle 


37. 3. 


6 


6. 0. 


31. 3. 6 


Saml. Wiswell 


37. 3. 


6 


6. 0. 


31. 3. 6 


Thomas Wheeler 


35.12. 


6 


14. 0. 


21.12. 6 


Archilaus Blodgett 


14. 2. 


9 


15. 0. 


0. 0. 


Philemon Johnson 


23. 0. 


8 


15. 0. 


8. 0. 8 


John Hagdou Eel'' [?] 


37. 3. 


6 


6. 0. 


31. 3. 6 


Michael Coffin. 


37. 3. 


6 


15. 0. 
Total 


22. 3. 6 




;^1069. 1. 3 



16 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Pay Table Office, Sunderland, April 25*"^ 1783. 

These certify that agreeable to an act of the General Assembly 
of this State directing- the same, this Committee has adjusted the 
depreciation of the wages of Capt. Thomas Lee's Company and 
find the balance remaining- due to said Company to be one thousand 
and sixty-nine pounds, one shilling- and three pence, lawful money 
as above. 

£, 1009. 1. 3 Timo. Brownson 

John Strong. 

To Ira Allen Treasurer. 



Com 



tee 



[254] 



\Capt. Daniel Culver s Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Daniel Culver's Company, Col. James 
Meed's Regt. of Militia, for their tours to Ticonderoga, June 
29. 1777. 



Names 


When 
marched 


Days 


Capt. Daniel Culver 


June 29 


11 


Lt. Ephraim Buell 


" 30 


9 


Sergt. Reuben Sailes 


" 28 


.12 


" Eli Cogswell 


" 30 


9 


" Samuel Culver 


" 29 


11 


" Caleb Smith 


" 28 


12 


Corpl. Joshua Culver 


" 29 


11 


Caleb Lewis 


" 29 


11 


Zaccheus Mallory 


" 28 


12 


John Ward 


" 29 


11 


Gill Mallory 


" 29 


11 


Gideon Searles 


" 28 


12 


Eleazer Mallory 


" 29 


11 


Matthias Parker 


" 29 


11 


Ebene. Welton 


" 29 


6 


Jame Flumes 


" 28 


12 


Abner How 


" 29 


6 


John Griffis 


" 30 


9 


Saml. Smith 


" 30 


9 


Gershom Moulton 


" 30 


9 


Daniel Culver 


" 30 


9 


Isaac GoBsell 


July 3 


7 



Pr. 

day 



Total 
wages 



Miles 



1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 



.13.4 
. 8.3 
.19.0 
.15.3 
.17.5 
.19.0 
.16.3 
.14.8 
.16.0 
.14.8 
.14 8 
.16.0 
.14.8 
.14.8 
. 8,0 
,16.0 
, 8.0 
,12.0 

12.0 
,12.0 

12.0 
9.4 



45 
30 
45 
30 
45 
45 
45 
45 
45 
45 
45 
45 
45 
45 
21 
45 
21 
30 
30 
30 
30 
45 



Pr. 

Mile 



4" 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 



Total 
Milages 



15.10 
10. 
15. 
10. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 

7. 
15. 

7. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
15. 



Total 



4.11.2 
1.18.3 
14.0 
5.3 
15.0 
14.0 
11.3 
9.8 



1.11.0 



9.8 
9.8 



1 11.0 



1. 9.8 
1. 9.8 
0.15.0 
1.11.0 
0.15.0 
1. 2.0 
1. 2.0 
1. 2.0 



2.0 
4.4 



£d3A2.7 



A true roll. 



Attest, 



Daniel Culver, Capt. 



Pay Table Office, Bennington, Feb. 26, 1784. The within roll 
examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 17 

same, being thirty-three pounds twelve shillings and seven pence, 

lawful money, to Capt. Daniel Culver or bearer. 

Saml. Bartlit ) ^ 

Timo. Brownson [ Committee. 

Treasurer's Office, Bennington, Feb. 26, 1784. Reed, of Ira 
Allen, Treasurer the contents of the above order. 

Daniel Culver, Capt. 
^33.12 7 



[100] l^Scoufs sent out from Springfield^ 

Return of Scouts sent out from Springfield in the State of 
Vermont in the month of July, 1777. 



First Scout— Simeon Stevens Esq. ^ 



Capt. Zerathmel Powers >■ 2 days @ 6/ per day each £'\..\Q.O 

Simeon Spencer ) 

Second Do. — Amos Case "> 

Orsamus Holmes ^ 2 days @ Do 1,16.0 

John McRoberts ) 

Third Do.— Lt. Jos. Little ) 

JohnBisbee ^ 3 days @, " 2.14.0 

James Dumpher ) 

Fourth Do.— John Hall ) 

Wm Devener ^ 3 days @ " 2.14.0 

John McRoberts ) 

George Hall, Chairm'^ Com^^ 

Windsor, 21^' March, 1778. Allowed by this assembl)^ to be 
paid out of the Treasury by order of Assembly. 

Nathan Clark, Speaker. 

Reed. Mar. 25, 1778, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, nine pounds, it 
being the contents of the within account. 

John Bonett. 



[2] 



18 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[146] 



[^ Detachment under Capt. Nathan SmitJ{\ 



An Account of a number of men, in service under command 
of Capt. N. Smith, sent by the Council after Tories in August, 

1777. 



Names 


Days 


P'' day 


Total 


Capt. Nath'^ Smith 


3 


0.18.0 


2.14.0 


Lt. Eli Brownson 


3 


0.13.0 


1.19.0 


Solomon Soper 


3 


0. 9.0 


1. 7.0 


Felix Powell 


3 


0. 9.0 


1. 7.0 


Felix Powell, Jr. 


3 


0. 9.0 


1. 7.0 


Samuel Beeman 


3 


• 0. 9.0 


1. 7.0 


Philip Reynolds. 


3 


0. 9.0 


1. 7.0 


Dan Allen 


3 


0. 9.0 


1. 7.0 


Enos Ross. 


3 


0. 9,0 


1. 7.0 


Eb^n'- Wilson 


3 


0. 9.0 


1. 7.0 


Isaac Whelpley. 


3 


0. 9.0 


1. 7.0 


Martin Powell 


3 


0. 9.0 


1. 7.0 


Solomon Purdy. 


3 


0. 9.0 


1. 7.0 


Reuben Purdy 


3 


0. 9.0 


1. 7.0 


Zed Jackson 


3 


0. 9.0 


1. 7.0 


Gilbert Bradley. 


1) 


0. 9.0 


1. 7.0 


Elihu Allen 


3 


0. 9.0 


1. 7.0 


Amos Chip.iian 


3 


0. 9.0 


1. 7.0 


Isaac Wallis 


3 


0. 9.0 


1. 7.0 


Benj. Griffin 


3 


0. 9.0 


1. 7.0 


Boyce 


3 


0. 9.0 


1. 7.0 


Eleaz-r Alby 


3 


0. 9.0 


1. 7.0 




^31.13.0 



The within account examined and approved and the Treas- 
urer is directed to pay the same which is thirty-one pound thirteen 
shillings. Aug. G, 1778. 

Th-es. Chittenden. 

Aug 6, 1778. Reed of M. Lyon, Asst. to Ira Allen, Esq., 
Treasurer, thirty one pounds thirteen shillings, L. M. 

Nathan Smith, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



19 



[76] 



\_Capt. William If ea ton's Company\ 



Capt. William Heaton's Return for his Company in Strafford 
of all those persons warned upon duty at the Strafford Alarm, 
20th July, both in assisting the people of Strafford in their retreat, 
and in guarding prisoners and the country's cattle, horses and 
sheep &c. Also an account of the number of horses employed in 
that service. 



Names. 


No. of 
Days 

13 


Wages per 
day 


Horses 


Horses' 

wages 


Total 


W'" Heaton, Capt. 


0. 8. 


5 


0.10.0 


5.14. 


Abner Chamberlin, Lt. 


7 


0. 5. 9 


2 


4. 


2. 4. 3 


Timo> Bartholomew, Sergt. 


10 


0. 4. 9 






2. 3. 


ElihuHosford 


11 


4. 9 






2. 7. 9 


Charles Chamberlin 


13 








2.18. 6 


Joel Chamberlin 


7 


1. 4. 6 


3 


6. 


1.17. 6 


The mas Divine 


9 


4. 6 






2. 0. 6 


Thomas Evait 


9 


4. 6 






2. 0. 6 


Solomon Strong 


8 


4. 6 






1.16. 


Oring Heaton 


8 


4. 6 


2 


4. 


2. 0. 


John Chamberlin 


1 


4. 6 






0. 4. 6 


Amos Chamberlin 


7 


4. 6 




4. 


1.15. 6 


Samuel Galusha 


14 


4. 6 






3. 3. 


Thomas Palmer 


9 


4. 6 






2. 0. G 


Joel Strong 


11 


4. 6 






2. 9. 6 


John Stark 


5 


4. 6 






1. 2. 6 


Elijah Howard 


5 


4. 6 






1. 2. 6 


Ezekiel Strong 


5 


4. 6 






1.16. 


James Sawyer 


7 


4. G 






1.11. 6 


Eichard Wallace 


12 


4. 6 






2.14. 


Stephen PellanT 


4 


4. 6 






0.18. 


W™ Cushman 


10 


4. G 


5 


10. 


2.15. 


Frederick Earnest 


11 


4. 6 






2. 9. 6 


Alphens Philips 


4 


4. 6 






0.18. 


Benj. Chamberlin 


4 


4. 6 


2 


4. 


1. 2. 


Ezra Moon 


3| 


4. 6 


2 


4. 


0.15. 3 


Nathan Fellows 


1 


4. 6 






0. 4. 6 


Jos. Keys. Jr. 


7 


4. G 


4 


8. 


1.19. 6 


Ichabod Trusdale 


7 


4. 6 


4 


8. 


1.19. 6 


Joseph Downer 


4 


4. 6 






0.18. 


Zebede Howard 


9 


4. 6 






2. 0. 6 


John Osborn 


11 


4. 6 


4 


8. 


2.17. 6 


John Wright 


5 


4. 6 






1. 2. 6 


Joseph Keyes 


4 


4. 6 






0.18. 




;^63.19. 3 



The within pay roll exhibited by me is a just account of the 
service done by the company under my commands, in Thetford, 
as also a number of soldiers that belonged to Maj. Horsington's 



20 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[Hoisington's] detachment that have done duty under my com- 
mand. Wm. Heaton, Captain. 

Oct. 25, 1777. Then reed, of Israel Smith two pounds and six 
pence, on account of the within. 

Reed, per me Thos. Divine. 

Oct, 30, 1777. Then reed, of Israel Smith one pound eleven 
shillings. 

Amos Chamberlin. 

Nov. 2, 1777. Then reed, of Israel Smith two pounds nine 
shillings and six pence as per the account within. 

Per me 

Fred*^' Ernest. 

Thetford, 14th Aug. 1777. Then reed, of Maj. Israel Smith 
fifty-four pounds twelve shillings, being in full of all demands on 
this pay roll, except nine pounds fourteen shillings and three 
pence, which last mentioned sum is due to the Horsington soldiers. 

I say received per me. 

Wm. Heaton, Capt. 

Reed, in addition to this pay roll eighteen shillings for Lt. 
Moses Cadwell, who ought to have been entered in the pay roll 
for four days' service. I say reed, per me 

W"' Heaton. 

Nov. 10, 1777. Then reed, of Israel Smith nineteen shillings 
upon the within account. Reed, per me. 

Ezra Moor. 

15th Dec. 1777. Then reed, of Israel Smith two pounds 
eighteen shillings and six pence as per the within account — 

I say reed, per me 

Chas. Chamberlin. 



[112] 



[Capt. John Alger s Company {pari)^ 



Capt. John Alger's Pay Roll for such soldiers in his company 
as assisted the People of Strafford in their retreat, also the service 
of horses employed in said service. 

Thetford, 14"' August, 1777. 



Names 



John Alger Capt. 
Hezekiah May Lt. 
Ellas Chamberlin En. 
David Chamberlin Sergt. 



Dajs 



11 
13 

8 
14 



Wages 
per day 



8. 
5.9 
5.3 
4.9 



Days 

for 
horses 


Horses 
wages 


11 

8 
8 


2. 

If). 
16. 



Total 



5.10.0 
4.10.9 
2.18.0 
3. 6.6 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



21 



Names 


Days 


Wages 
per day 


Days 
for 


Horses 


Total 






horses 


wages 




Levi Boot, Sergt. 


6 


4.9 






1. 8.6 


Samuel Huggins " 


6 


4.6 


2 


4. 


1.12.6 


David Ricli 


13 


4.6 






2.14.0 


Solomon Root 


8 


4.6 






1.16.0 


Jared Alger 


6 


4.6 






1.17. 


Joshua Tucker 


11 


4.6 






2. 9.6 


Jonathan Rich 


8 


4.6 






1.16.0 


Saml. Rich 


10 


4.6 


5 


10. 


2.15.0 


Frederick Smith 


10 


4.6 


7 


14. 


2.19.0 


Elisha May 


6 


4.6 






1. 7.0 


W"" Briscoe 


7 


4.6 






1.11.6 


Amasa Chamberlin 


8 


4.6 


5 


10. 


2. 6 


William Root 


5 


4.6 






1. 2.6 


Silas Alger 


4 


4.6 


2 


4. 


1. 0.0 


Aaahel Chamberlin 


8 


4.6 


5 


10. 


2. 6.0 


Jonathan Root 


6 


4.6 






1. 7. 


Simeon Root 


7 


4.6 






1.11.6 


Jona. Rich. Jr 


8 


4.6 


3 


6. 


2. 2.0 


Jona. Wood 


4 


4.6 






18. 


EUsha Powell 


16 


4.6 


10 


1. 


4.12. 


Isaac Chamberlin 


7 


4.6 


10 


1. 


2. 8.6 


Constant Bliss 


2 


4.6 




4. 


13. 


Daniel West. 


3 


4.6 






13.6 




^59.11.3 



John Alger, Capt. 

Thetford, 15th August, 1777. Then received of Major Israel 
Smith fifty-nine pounds eleven shillings and three pence, being in 
full for all the service done by the company under my command 
in Strafford, both for scouting and assisting the people in their 
retreat and moving and taking care of tory effects. 

John Alger, Capt. 

[118] [Men who went to Strafford under Capts. Bush and Boardnian\ 
A Return of the Men's names, with account of the number 
of horses that wdnt from Norwich under Capt. Timothy Bush, 
Capt. Boardman and Lt. Burton to assist the Strafford people in 
their retreat. 



Names 



Timothy Bush, Capt. 
John Stanton Adjt. 
Gershom Bartlit 
Francis Smally 




Wages pr 


No. of 


Horses' 


day 


horses 


wages 

8. 


8. 


1 


8. 


1 


8. 


4.6 


1 


8. 


4.6 


1 


4. 



Total 



2. 0.0 
2. 0.0 
0.13.0 
1. 2.0 



22 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


Days 


wages per 
day 


No. of 
horses 


Horses' 
wages 

4. 


Total 


Joseph Lewis, Doctor 


4 


4.6 


1 


0. 9.0 


Jos. Bartlit 


3 


4.6 






0. 9.0 


Gershom Bartlit, Jr. 


3 


4.6 






0.13.0 


Prince Freeman 


3 


4.6 


1 


4. 


0.13.0 


Ehsha Freeman 


3 


4.6 


1 


4. 


0.13.0 


Danial Waterman 


3 


4.6 


1 


4. 


0. 9.0 


Elisha Waterman 


3 


4.6 






9.0 


Elijah Waterman 


3 


4.6 






9.0 


Nathl. Messeng:er 


3 


4.6 






9.0 


Asahel Murdock 


3 


4.6 






9.0 


Hezekiah Goodrich 


4 


4.6 






18.0 


W"" Burnham 


3 


4.6 






13.6 


Doel Johnson 


3 


4.6 






9.0 


John Eogers 


3 


4.6 






9.0 


Jona. Lord, Jr 


3 


4.6 






9.0 


David Lord 


8 


4.6 






13.6 


Isaac Walbridge 


3 


4.6 






9.0 


Aaron Smith 


3 


4.6 






9.0 


Elijah Smith 


3 


4.6 






9.0 


Hezekiah Johnson 


3 


4.6 






9.0 


Eben' Jaques, Jr. 


3 


4.6 






9.0 


Elijah Brunson 


3 


4.6 






9.0 


Nathl. Boardman, Capt. 


3 




1 


1.16 


13.0 


1 sergt. 


3 








9.6 


2 Corporals 


3 


4.6 






9.0 


8 Bank and files. 


16 


4.6 






3.13.0 


Elisha Burton Lt. 


2 


4.6 




4. 


15.6 


Sergt' '6—2 days each 


6 






16. 


3. 4.6 


14 rank and file, 3 days each 


38 




4 




6. 6. 


1 day added to Joseph Ball. 


1 




5 


3. 


6.6 




£ 35.0.3 



A true pay roll on the honor of an officer. 

Test, Timothy Bush, Capt. 

Thetford, 13"^ Aug* 1777. Then reed, of Maj. Israel Smith 
thirty-one pounds and twelve shillings being the full of all de- 
mands to this pay roll. Reed, per me, Timothy Bush, Capt. 

Correcting a mistake in this pay roll the IS*-^ of August 1777. 
Then received three pounds^eight shillings and three pence more. 

Timothy Bush, Capt. . 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



23 



[88] [Afen who marched to Strafford from Orford, Piermont afid 

Fairlec\ 

A Return of the Men's names in Orford, Piermont and Fair- 
lee, that helped in the Retreat from Strafford, with an account of 
the number of horses employed in said service. 



Names 


Days 


wages 
per day 


No. of 
horses 


Horses' 
wages 


Total 




Lt. Jona. Darbe 


2 


0.5.3 


1 


0.4.0 


0.15.6 




Eight privates 


16 


4.6i 


8 


3.2 


5. 4.0 


5.19.6 


Piermont 














Capt. Jona Chandler 


3 


8 


1 


6. 


1.10.0 




Saml. Root 


3 


4.6 


1 


6. 


0.19.6 




Seth Ford 


3 


4.6 


1 


6. 


0.19.6 




Burgess Metcalf. 


3 


4.6 


1 


6. 


0.19.6 




Fairlee 














Josiah Brown. Lt. 


3 


5.9 


1 


4 


1. 1.3 




Jona. Darbe, Sergt. 


2 


4.9 


1 


4 


0.13.6 




Joel Woodworth 


2 


4.6 


2 


8 


0.17.0 




Saml. Smith 


2 


4.6 






0. 9.0 




W- Bell 


2 


4.6 


1 


4 


0.13.0 




W" Thomson 


2 


4.6 


1 


4 


0.13.0 




John Martin 


1 


4.6 


1 


4 


0. 6.6 




Corpl. Solomon White 


1 


4.6 






0. 4.6 




Francis House 


1 


4.6 






0. 4.6 




John Hammond 


1 


4.6 






0. 4.6 




Jacob Master, Capt. 


1 


8. 






0. 8.0 


5.14.9 



Thetford, 13th Aug-. 1777. Reed, of Maj. Israel Smith five 
pounds fourteen shillings and nine pence, being in full of the de- 
mand of the within, for Fairlee. 

Jacob Marston, Capt. 

Thetford, 14th Aug. 1777. Reed, of Israel Smith five pounds 
nineteen shillings and six pence in full satisfaction for the within 
pay roll for Orford. 

Jona. Darbe, Lt. 



21^' Nov. 1777. Reed, of Israel Smith four pounds eight shil- 
lings and six pence in discharge of the within account. 

Jona. Chandler-, Capt. 



24 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[26, dupl 231] 



[Afe/i with Horses who went to Straff ord from Lyme'] 



A Return of the Men's Names in Lyme that helpt in the Re- 
treat from Strafford, with an account of the number of horses em- 
ployed in said service. 



Names. 


No. 
days 


"Wages 
per day 


No. 
horses 


Horse 
wages 


Total 




Jona. Child 


2 


10 




4 


1. 4 




Charles Nelson 


2 


8 




4 


1. 




John Thomson 


4 


4.6 




8 


1. 6 




Abijah Broughton 


2 


4.6 




4 


9 




James English 


2 


5.9 




12 


15.6 




Thomas Porter 


6 


4.6 




4 


1.19. 




Seth Tinkham 


2 


4.6 




4 


13 




W" Child 


2 


4.6 




4 


13 




Joseph Hatch 


2 


4.6 




4 


13 




Walter Farfield, Jr. 


2 


4.6 




4 


13 




John Far a eld 


2 


4.6 






9 




John Sloan 


2 


8. 




4 


1. 




Ezra Thompson 


2 


4.6 




4 


0.13 




Ephraim Skinner 


2 


4.6 




4 


0.13 




Thomas Gilbert 


2 


4.6 




4 


1. 




Calvin Porter 


2 


4.6 




4 


0.13 




Azariah Beach 


2 


4.6 




4 


0.13 




Amasa Bugbee 


2 


4.6 






0. 9 




Reuben Grant 


2 


4.6 






0. 9 




Benoni Thear 


4 


4.6 




8 


1. 6 




Nathl. Darby 


2 


4.6 




4 


0.13 




Benj. Howard 


2 


4.6 






0. 9 




Nathl. Hewes. 


2 


4.6 






0. 9 




Nathl. Huse jr. 


2 


4.6 


1 


4 


0.13 




Phineas Stark 


2 


4.6 






0. 9 




Joseph Hewes 


2 


4.6 






0. 9 






;^9.12.6 


[Sic] 



At the Strafford Alarms, the Public D"", exclusive of the within 
account. 

To myself and horse 1 day ) s 
" 1 quart Rum V £. 4. 

" my horse to Norwich ) 

Thomas Gilbert. 

Thetford, Aug 14, 1777. Rec'd of Maj. Israel Smith nineteen 
pounds sixteen shillings in full for the within and foregoing- 
account, which I promise to deliver to the persons within named 
as the respective are affixed to their names. 

Witness. 

Jona. Child. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



25 



1243] 



\^Scouts sent out after the Retreat from Straff or d'\ 



A Return of the Men's Names in Lyme under Capt. Stone, 
that went to Strafford in a Scout, after the retreat of the inhab- 
itants from Strafford. 



Names 



John Stone, Capt. 
Kufus Conant 
John Baxter 
John Stuart 



Days 



Pr. 
day- 



Horses 



Total 



1. 0.0 
0.12.0 
0.13.0 
0.12.0 



A Scout 
the Retreat. 
Elish Powell, Sergt 
John Osborn 
Jona. Eich 



;^2.16.0 

sent out to reconnoiter Strafford Settlements after 



I 

;^3.12) 



By order of 
Maj. Israel 

Smith 
By order of 

En, Elias 
Chamberlin 



A Return of particular Scouts sent out upon the account of 
Strafford Alarm and the Safety of the Inhabitants. 

Joseph Downer, Sergt. [ 4 

Amos Chamberlin 4 

Frederick Earnest 4 

Jos. Downer, Sergt. 4 0.6.0 1. 4.0 

Frederick Earnest. 4 6. 1. 4.0 

Chas. Chamberlin 4 6. 1.4 

Jos. Downer, Sergt. 4 6. 1. 4.0 

Ehjah Brunston 4 6. 1. 4.0 

Isaiah Howard 4 6. 1. 4.0 i:3.12 

David Eich 7* 6. } 

David Chamberlin, Sergt. 8 6. 

Joseph Howard 3 6. 0.18.0 

Zeeokenah Jinks 3 6. 0.18.0 ;^1.16J 

*With the 4 men lost from Strafford, July 6, 1777 

Thetford, 14th. Aug. 1777. Then reed, of Maj. Israel Smith 
seven dollars for seven days scouting. I say rec*^ per me, 

David Rich 
Thetford,, Aug. 14, 1777. Then reed, of Maj. Israel Smith 
four pounds twelve shillings for services done to Strafford by 
myself and John Stuart, Rufus Conant, John Baxter, Zecheriah 
Jinks, and Joseph Howard. I say reed, per me. 

John Sloan. 
14th Aug. 1777. Reed, of Maj. Isral Smith one pound four 
shillings in full satisfaction of my scouting. 

Reed, per me. 

Amos Chamberlin. 



26 



STATP: of VERMONT 



18th. Aug. 1777. Then reed, for Scouting as above ^1.10.0 

Reed, per me. 

Elisha Powell 

16th. Aug. 1777. Then reed, of Maj. Israel Smith twenty-two 
shillings for scouting. Reed, per me. 

Elijah Brownson. 

Sept. 28, 1777. Then reed, of Israel Smith four dollars for 
four days scouting as pr. within. 1 say reed, per me. 

Frederick Ernest. 



\^Capt Elijah Dewey' s Company] 

[Furnished by Mr H. C. Day of Bennington through Col. Frank 

L. Greene] 

Roster of Capt. Elijah Dewey's Company as it was formed at 
the time of the battle of Bennington, August 16, 1777. 

Captain Elijah Dewey. 

First Lieut. Joseph Rudd 

Second Lieut. Thomas Jewett 

Ensign Nathaniel Fillmore 

Sergeant Daniel Harman. 



Thomas Haynes 
Jediah Merrill 
Jonathan Griswold 
Seth Partee 
Aaron Haynes 
Jonathan Haynes Jr. 
Ezekiel Harman 
Daniel Towslee 
Silas Harman 
Cabel Harman 
Joshua Harman 
Abner Marble 
John Partee 
Joseph Robinson 
John Burnham Jr. 
Shadrack Harris 
Thomas Henderson 
Roger Ladd 
George Christee 
Ezekiel Smith 



Privates 

Christopher Cluff 
Jonathan Parsons 
Amos Page 
Samuel Rood 
Daniel Kinsley 
Joseph Wickwire 
Nathan Clerk Jr. 
John Smith 
Libbens Armstrong 
Hezekiel Armstrong 
Hopestill Armstrong 
John Kinsley 
Eleazer Hawks 
Samuel Tubbs 
John Rudd 
Elijah Story 
Benajah Story 
Nathaniel Holmes 
Elnathan Hubbell 
Griffin Briggs 



Elijah Higgins 
Ithamar Hibbard 
Cyrus Clark 
Benejah Hurlbert 
Joshua Carpenter 
Jesse Field 
Amos Herrick 
Simeon Harman 
Mathew Clark 
Shadrock Norton 
Stephen Cleveland 
Theopholus Clark 
John Stewart 
Nathaniel Kinsley 
Job Green 

William Aylesworth 
Philemon Wood 
Samuel Cutler 
Lemuel Geers 
Jacob Story 



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27 



Joseph Tinney David Powers 

Edward Corbin Phineas Still 

Oliver Rice Roswell Moseley 

Christopher Brackett Joseph Willoughby 
Robert Blair 



Lemuel Hunt 
Daniel Clark 
Elisha Clark 
Gains Harman. 



\Capt. Samuel Robinsoti s Rolt\ 

[From Hiland Hall's History of Bennington, Vt. Hist. Mag. 
I. 158] 



August 16, 1777, 
Robert Cochran 
v^deon Spencer 
William Henry 
Henry Walbridge 
Rufus Branch 
John Larned 
Thomas Abel 
Nathan Lawrence 
Josiah Brush 
David Fay (Fifer) 
Leonard Robinson 
Daniel Biddlecome 
Levi Hatheway 
Abram Hatheway 
Reuben Colvin 
Eliphalet Stickney 
Daniel Rude 
Benj. Holmes 
James Marivater 
Mr. Alger 
Ammie Fuller 
Jonah Brewster 
George Dale 
John Marble 
Ephraim Marble 
Aaron>Hubbell 



— were in battle 

Samuel Safford Jr. 
Aaron Smith 
Ephraim Smith 
Samuel Henry 
Edward Henderson 
Jonathan Haynes 
Archelaus Tupper 
Daniel Warner 
Lt. Simeon Hathaway 
Aaron Miller 
John Fay 
Elijah Fay 
Joseph Fay 
John Clark 
Jehosephat Holmes 
J^Ioses Rice 
Benj, Whipple Jr. 
Silas Robinson 
John Weeks 
Moses Scott 
Alpheus Hathaway 
Solomon Walbridge 
Ebenezer Bracket 
Jehiel Smith 
Asa Branch 



Phinehas Wright 
John Smith 
Jesse Belknap 
Silvanes Brown 
John Forbes 
Stephen Williams 
William Post 
David Safford ' 
Jared Post 
Jeremiah Bingham 
Samuel Slocum. 
Josiah Hurd 
Ezekiel Brewster 
Solomon Leason 
Thomas Selden 
John Rigney 
Elisha Smith 
Solomon Safford 
Joseph Roe 
William Terrill 
Noah Beach 
Simeon Sears 
David Robinson 
Joseph Safford 
Isaac Webster 



28 



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Stephen McOoniel 
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Abel Davis 
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[379] 



\Capt. Scth Hodges Company] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Seth Hodges' Company in Col. Joseph 
Marsh's Regiment of Militia, for the bounty allowed by the State 
of Vermont. Pomfret, Oct. 7, 1777. 



Names. 



Seth Hodges, Capt. 
Samuel Udall, Lt. 
Abisha Sampson. Lt 
William Bramble, En. 
Elias Chapman, Sergt. 
John Cheadel 
Ephraim Peake " 
Charles Killam " 
Elijah Bayley Corpl 
Ehjah Hoar 
Asa Emerson " 
Nathl. Killam " 
William Annible 
Sylvanus Cottle 
John Darling 
William Fuller 
Billy Gray 
John Hariden 
Eben"" Dike 
John Hosington 
Isaac Hosington 
Otto (Cato?) Negor 
David Bliss 
Jona. Burtch 
Eddy Burtch 
Becket Chapman 
Mitchell Clark 
William Curtis 
Barjonas Damon 
Hezekiah Hazen 
John Hill 

Albe (Abel?) Marsh 
Elisha Perkins 
Phineas Strong 
Seth Savage 
Elkanah Sprague 
Stephen Tilden 
Andrew Tracy 
Josiah Tilden 
William Udall 
Benj. Wright 
Saml. Webster 



Time of 
Engage- 
ment 



Aug. 16 



1 < 



Days 



50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
26 
50 
50 
50 
50 
11 
50 
50 
17 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
26 
50 
50 
11 



when 
discharg*^ 



Oct. 



< I 



Sept. 10 
Oct. 4 



Aug. 26 
Oct. 4 



Sept. 
Oct. 



1 
4 

u 
(i 
1 < 



Aug. 20 



P Month 


Miles 




180 




180 




180 




180 


2.10.0 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2 10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


150 


2.10 


• 180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2 10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


150 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


180 


2.10 


70 



Total. 



0.15. 

0.15. 

0.15. 

0.15. 

4.18. 

4.18. 

4.18. 

4.18. 

4.18. 

4.18. 

4.18. 

4.18. 

4,18. 

4.18. 4 

4.18. 4 

.18. 

.18. 

,18. 

.18. 
4.18. 
4.18. 
4.18. 
4.18. 
4.18. 







4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



4. 
4. 

4. 
4. 



2.15.10 



4.18. 
4.18. 
4.18. 
4.18. 
1 4. 
4.18. 
4.18. 



2. 0.10 



4.18. 
4.18. 
4.18. 
4.18. 
4.18. 
4.18. 
4.18. 
4.18. 
4.18. 



4 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



33 



Names. 


Time of 

Engage- 
ment 


Days 


When 
discharg'' 


P Month 


Miles 


Total. 


Timo. Harding, a -«vf 
William Ramsey. |V»^ (3~ 
Nathaniel Troop. 
John Watkins. 


Aug. 18 

Cl ti 

11 (< 


50 
50 
50 
50 


Oct. 4 

I ( (1 

II 11 
t ( 1 ( 


3.10 
3.10 
3.10 
3.10 


130 
180 
180 
180 


4.18. 4 
4.18. 4 
4.18. 4 
4.18. 4 



Addition since the sum was cast, Josiah Wildin 



3. 3. 6 



;^197. 1.8 



Seth Hodges, Capt, 

la Council, Hartford, July 14, 1778. The within Pay Roll ac- 
cepted and approved, the sum of which is one hundred and ninety- 
seven pounds one shilling and eight pence, which sum the Treas- 
urer IS desired to pay. 

P'" order of Council, Joseph Marsh. 

Hartford, July 14, 1778. Reed, of Peter Olcott, as an Assist- 
ant Treasurer, the sum of one hundred and ninety-seven pounds 
one shilling and eight pence, in behalf of Capt. Seth Hodges. 

Reed, per me, Juhn W. Dana. 

;^197.1.8 



[380] 



l^Capt. Timothy Buslis Company\ 



Capt. Timothy Bush's Pay Roll in Colonel Joseph Marsh's 
Regiment, 1777. 



Names. 



Capt Timothy Bush 
Lt. Eben"^ Parkhurst 
Lt. Abner Chamberlin 
Timothy Bartholomew 
Sa»(?) Waterman 
Isaac Wheeler 
Benjamin Hatch 
Daniel Waterman 
Elisha Freeman 
Joel Chamberlin 
John Rogers 
Thos Evet 
Phineas Parkis 
Hez. Johnson 

[3] 




Aug. 16 



1 ( 



Months 

in 
service 



Days 

in 
service 


Wages 
due 


30 


4. 3.4 


30 


4. 3.4 


30 


4. 3.4 


30 


4. 8.4 


30 


4. 3.4 


30 


4. 3.4 


30 


4. 3.4 


30 


4. 3.4 


30 


4. 3.4 


30 


4. 3.4 


30 


4. 3.4 


30 


4. 3.4 


30 


4. 3.4 


30 


4. 3.4 




Total 



5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 



34: 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names. 


when 
en- 


Months 
in 


Days 
in 


Wages 
due 

4. 3.4 


Miles 


Mil- 


Total 




gaged 


service 


service 


230 


age 




Moses Cad will t 


lug. 16 


20 


18.4 


5. 1.8 


Elisha Kent. 






20 


4. 3.4 


(( 


18.4 


5. 1.8 


Joseph Keys. 






20 


4. 3.4 


II 


18.4 


5. 1.8 


Simeon Carpenter 






20 


4. C.4 


(1 


18.4 


5. 1.8 


Benjamin Chamberlin 




^ 


20 


4. 3.4 


u 


18.4 


5. 1.8 


Ichabod Trusdell 









5. 0.0 


(1 


18.4 


5.18.4 


Ichabod Carley 






20 


4. 3.4 


It 


18.4 


'5. 1.8 


Elijah Branson 






20 


4. 3.4 


II 


18.4 


5. 1.8 


Benj. Parkhurst 






20 


4. 3.4 


11 


18.4 


5. 1.8 


John Burnap. 






20 


4. 3.4 


II 


18.4 


5. 1.8 


John Osborn 






00 


2.10.0 


II 


18.4 


3. 8.4 


Adron Hatch 






20 


4. 3.4 


11 


18.4 


5. 1.8 


Simeon How 


■(4 ii 




20 


4. 3.4 


(1 


18.4 


5. 1.8 


Seth Lord 






20 


4. 3.4 


(> 


18.4 


5. 1.8 


Elijah Waterman 




^ 


20 


4. 3.4 


II 


18.4 


5. 1.8 


Reuben Parkhurst 






20 


4. 3.4 


II 


18.4 


5. 1.8 


Daniel Havers 






20 


4. 3.4 


u 


18.4 


5. 1.8 


Charles Chamberlin 






20 


4. 3.4 


II 


18.4 


5. 1.8 


Eben' Jaquish 






20 


4. 3.4 


11 


18.4 


5. 1.8 


John Lovejoy 






20 


4. 3.4 


II 


18.4 


5. 1.8 


Daniel Lovejoy 






20 


4. 3.4 


* II 


18.4 


5. 1.8 


Ezekiel Strong 






20 


4. 3.4 


II 


18.4 


5. 1.8 


Thos. Cops 






20 


4. 3.4 


1 1 


18.4 


5. 1.8 


Seth Baldin 







27 


2. 5.0 


<l 


18.4 


3. 3.4 


James Marsh 




1 


20 


4. 3.4 


(I 


18.4 
Total 


5. 1.8 




^195.10.0 



A true Pay Roll. 



Timothy Bush, Capt. 



In Council, Bennington, 12*'^ Aug* 1778. The within Pay Roll 
accepted and approved, except twelve pounds ten shillings, which 
is the additional pay of the Commissioned officers, and the Treas- 
urer is ordered to pay on the same the sum of One hundred and 
eighty-three pounds and eight pence. 
Per order of Council. 

Thos. Chittenden, Governor. 

July 13, 1778. Reed, the sum of one hundred and eighty- 
three pounds eight pence ot Peter Olcutt in full of the above sum, 
ordered to be paid I say, and reed, per me. 

Timothy Bush, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



35 



[300] 



\_Capt. John Petty' s Company] 



A Pay Roll of the Company commanded by Capt. John Petty 
in Col. William Williams' Regiment of Militia in the State of 
Vermont. 1777 



Names 


Enterec 


I Days 


Pr. month 


Total 


John Petty, Capt. 


Aug. 25 


) 40 






John Burt, Lt. 












Grindall Rcwell (Reynolds) Lt. 












Atheniel Bruce, En 












Simeon Burk, Sergt. 






30 


2.10.0 


2.10. 


Daniel Creshen, " 






26 


2.10.4 


2. 3. 4 


Joseph Fish " 






30 


2.10 


2.10. 


Amos Hale " 






21 


2.10.0 


1.15. 


Andrew Haskell Cor. 






30 


2.10.0 


2.10. 


James Crawford " 






30 


2.10.0 


2.10. 


William Perry '* 






21 


2.10.0 


1.15. 


Timo. Holbrook " 






16 


2.10.0 


1. 6. 8 


Noah Cushing 






30 


2.10.0 


2.10. 


John How 






16 


2.10.0 


1. 6. 8 


William Crooke 






30 


2.10.0 


2.10. 


Nathl. Robertson 






24 


2.10.0 


2. 0. 


Edward Gray 






30 


2.10.0 


2.10. 


Seth Gould 






30 


2.10.0 


2 10. 


Saml. Phippen 






30 


2.10.0 


2.10. 


Abijah Parker 






30 


2.10 


2.10. 


Abraham Shipman 






30 


2.10.0 


2.10. 


John HoR 






16 


2.10.0 


1. 6. 8 


Ichabod Ide 






30 


2.10.0 


2.10. 


Sylvanus Fisk 






30 


2.10.0 


2.10. 


Atherton Chaffe 






30 


2.10.0 


2.10. 


William Eaton 






30 


2.10.0 


2.10. 


William Gould 






30 


2.10.0 


2.10. 


Joshua Wells 






30 


2.10.0 


2.10. 


Gideon Moors 






25 


2.10.0 


2.10. 


John Bowing 






25 


2.10.0 


2. 1. 8 


Seth Jones 






25 


2.10.0 


2. 1. 8 


Joseph Joy 






25 


2.10.0 


2. 1. 8 


Richard Harden 






11 


2.10.0 


0.18. 4 


William Jones 






30 


2.10.0 


2.10. 


Cyrus Whitcomb 






25 


2.10.0 


2. 1. 8 


Isaac Whitcomb 






21 


2.10.0 


1.15. 


James Houghton 






30 


2.10.0 


2.10. 


Elijah Bruce 






16 


2.10.0 


1. 6. 8 


Thomas Holbrook 






16 


2.10.0 


1. 6. 8 


Nathl. Steadman 






16 


2.10.0 


1. 6. 8 


Daniel Merrick 






16 


2 10.0 


1. 6. 8 


Ward Ager 






26 


2.10.0 


1.13. 4 


jOhn Morse 
^ oseph Season 






10 


2.10.0 


0.16. 8 






16 


2.10.0 


1. 6. 8 


emuel Cone 






20 


2.10.0 


1.13. 4 


~ aniel Hogins 






30 


2.10.0 


2.10. 



36 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


Entered 


Days 


Pr. month 


Total 


James Nichols 


Aug. 29 


9 


2.10.0 


0.15. 


Eben"^ Hotig:hton 




25 


2.10.0 


2. 1. 8 


Oaleb Houghton 




25 


2.10.0 


2. 1. 8 


WilJiam Howard 




24 


2.10.0 


2. 0. 


Samuel Parkis 




30 


2.10.0 


2.10. 


Levi Howard 




2i 


2.10.0 


2. 0. 


Levi Pees 




30 


2.10.0 


2.10. 


Jesse Ide 




16 


2.10.0 


1. 6. 8 


Samuel Avery 




25 


2.10.0 


2. 1. 8 


Elijah Hubbard 




9 


2.10.0 


0.15. 


Joseph Tyler 




65 


2.10.0 


5. 8.14 


Thomas Reed 




8 


2.10.0 


0.13. 4 




;^111. 3. 4 



Errors excepted. John Petty 

Putney, 3 Sept. 1778. The above pay roll examined by 

Jonas Fay | ^ • i. j 

Ira Allen \ ^°"^- ^PPOi^^ted. 

Putney, Sept. 3. 1778. The within named John Petty per- 
sonally appeared and made solemn oath to the within pay roll. 
Before me, Jonas Fay, Asst. 

Putney, d^ Sept. 1778. Reed, of Ira Allen, Esq. Treasurer of 
the State of Vermont, one hundred and eleven pounds ^, the con- 
tents of the with pay roll in full. P'' John Petty, Capt. 

[129] \_Capt Josiah Boyden's Covipany\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Josiah Boyden's Company in Col. William 
Williams' Reg^iment of Militia in the service of the United States, 
on an Expedition to Bennington, &c. , in 1777. 



Names 


Entered 


Discharg'' 


Days 


Pr day 


Total 


Josiah Boyden, Capt. 












Abel Dimick, Lt. 












Simeon Edwards, Lt. 












Edward Harris, En. 












Saml. Bixby, Sergt. 


Aug. 29 


Sept 23. 


26 


0.1.8 


2. 3.4 


Rufus Sargeant, Sergt. 




" 20 


23 


1.8 


• 1.18.4 


Bank Bennet 




" 15 


18 


1.8 


1.10.0 


John Gault 




" 22 


25 


1.8 


2. 1.8 


John Wilder, Corpl. 




" 23 


26 


1.8 


2. 3.4 


Ezra Pratt 




" 23 


26 


1.8 


2. 3.4 


Jonas Rice " 




" 23 


26 


1.8 


2. 3.4 


Isaac Wilds " 




" 12 


15 


1.8 


1. 5.0 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



37 



Names 


Entered 


Discharg'' 


D ays Pr di 


ly 


Total 


Caleb Cole 


Aug. 29 


Sept 12 


15 1 


.8 


1. 5.0 


Enoch Shepardson 


(< 




• 11 


14 1 


8 


1. 3.4 


Ezra Shepardson 


(< 




' 12 


15 1 


.8 


1. 5.0 


James King 


>< 




' 12 


15 1 


8 


1. 5.0 


Newhall Earl 


<i 




' 23 


20 1 


8 


2. 3.4 


Saml. Nichols 


t < 




' 23 


26 1 


8 


2. 3.4 


Thomas Lynde 


1 1 




' 6 


9 1 


8 


0.15.0 


Ephraim Whitney, 


K 




' 23 


26 1 


8 


2. 3.4 


John Dwire 


(1 




' 12 


15 1 


8 


1. 5.0 


Jonas Shepard 


<( 




♦ 23 


26 1 


8 


2. 3.4 


Saml. Woodward 


1( 




' 22 


25 1 


8 


2. 1.8 


Ezekiel PhilUps 


It 




' 23 


26 1 


8 


2. 3.4 


Solomon Pees 


(1 




' 22 


25 1 


8 


2. 1.8 


Alexander Gault 


(( 




' 22 


25 1 


8 


2. 1.8 


Joseph Winchester 


( < 




' 22 


25 1 


8 


2. 1.8 


W" Wilcox 


(( 




' 9 


12 1 


8 


1. 0.0 


Joseph Bartlet 


( ( 


( 


' 22 


25 1 


8 


2. 1.8 


Oliver Cooley 


t( 




' 22 


25 1 


8 


2. 1.8 


Smith Butler 


• < 




' 23 


26 1 


8 


2. 3.4 


Saml. Kelly 


ti 




' 20 


23 1 


8 


1.18.4 


Seth Smith 


It 




( 1 < 


23 1 


8 


1.18.4 


Abel Houghton 


<l 




' 23 


26 1 


8 


2. 3.4 


Joseph Hildreth, Jr. 


<t 




' 3 


6 1 


8 


0.10.0 


Marshal Miller 


(( 


Au 


g. 31 


3 1 


8 


0. 5.0 


Arad Holten 


( ( 


Se] 


3t 23 


26 1 


8 


2. 8.4 


Benj. Meigs 


<' 


1 


' 12 


15 1 


8 


I. 5.0 


Cephas Carpenter 


l< 


( 


' 23 


26 1 


8 


2. 3.4 


Shubal Bullock 


i ( 


1 


' 23 


26 1 


8 


2. 3.4 


Benaiah Putnam 


1 k 


Au 


g. 31 


3 1 


8 


0. 5.0 


Elijah Knight 


Sept 1 


Sei 


it 23 


23 1 


8 


1.18.4 


Nathl. Davis 


<i 1 ( 


i 


' 20 


20 1 


8 


1.13.4 


James Cambell 


>( <i 


Se] 


3t 23 


23 1 


8 


1.18.4 


David Cambell 


a n 




' 23 


23 1 


8 


1.18.4 


Joseph Burr 


(( (1 




' 23 


23 1 


8 


1.18.4 


Thos. Dutton 


<( ii 




♦ 23 


23 1 


8 


1.18.4 


Saml. Eichardson 


(( i( 




' 23 


23 1 


8 


1.18.4 


Saml. Bentley. 


(( (( 




' 20 


20 1 


8 


1.13.4 


John Baker 


<c (( 




' 23 


23 1 


8 


1.18.4 


Leonard Reed . 


II II 




' 23 


23 1 


8 


1.18.4 


^Nathan Wright 


i( 11 




' 20 


20 1 


8 


1.13.4 


Thos. M'^Clure 


Aug. 29 




• 5 


8 1 


8 


0.13.4 


Charles Davenport 


i< II 




' 23 


26 1 


8 


2. 3.4 


Joel Cutler 


II 11 




' 6 


9 1 


8 


0.15.0 


W"" Thomas 


1 ( 11 




' 6 


9 1 


8 


0.15.0 


Antipas Harrington 


i( 11 




' 6 


9 1 


8 


0.15.0 


Saml. Wilder 


Aug 29 




' 23 


26 1 


8 


2. 3.4 


Merodack Smith 


II <i 




' 12 


15 1 


8 


1. 5.0 


Asa Stoel 


<< <i 




' 7 


10 1 


8 


0.16.8 


William Hoit 


II II 




' 12 


15 1 


8 


1. 5.0 


Cyrel Carpenter. 


(1 II 




' 23 


26 1 


8 


2. 3.4 




;^96.13.4 



38 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Putney, Sept. 3, 1778. Personally appeared the above named 
Josiah Boyden and made solemn oath to this pay roll. 

Sworn before me, 

Jonas Fay, Assistant. 

Date above, this pay roll examined 

^y IrT Alkn^ } Committee appointed. 

Received, Putney, September 3'' 1778, of Ira Allen, Esq. 
ninety-six pounds thirteen shillings and four pence, the contents 
of this pay roll. 

Joseph Boyden, Capt. 



[368] 



[Capi Josiah Boyden' s Compa7iy\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Josiah Boyden's Company in Col. William 
Williams' Regiment of Militia in the service of the United States, 
on an expedition to Bennington, &c, in 1777. 



Names. r^ 


]n- 
red 


Dis- 
charg"* 


Days 


P^ day 


Total. 


Josiah Boyden, Capt. Se] 


D, 24 


Oct. 21 


27 






Caleb Owen, Lt. ' 


( <( 




' 20 


26 






J. Shepherd Gates, Lt. ' 


< (1 




' 6 


12 






Thomas Barnes, En. 


' 27 




' 20 


28 






Preserved Ganner, Sergt ' 


' 24 




' 14 


20 


1.8 


1.13.4 


James Nichols " ' 


< (( 




' 8 


14 


1.8 


1. 3.4 


Reuben Cook *' . ' 


( << 




' 20 


26 


1.8 


2. 3.4 


Daniel Gates " ' 


( << 




' 21 


27 


1.8 


2. 5.0 


Caleb Heywood Corpl. ' 


' 27 




' 17 


20 


1.8 


1.13.4 


Oliver Wilder " ' 


' 24 




' 7 


13 


1.8 


1. 1.8 


Thomas Rutherford " ' 


1 (1 




' 7 


13 


1.8 


1. 1.8 


Samuel Pratt ' 


< ( 1 




' 21 


27 


1.8 


2. 5.0 


Eben' Burt ' 


' 27 




' 8 


11 


1.8 


0.18.4 


James Clark. ' 


• 24 




• 20 


26 


1.8 


2. 3.4 


William Frazin * 


< (< 




' 20 


26 


1.8 


2. 3.4 


John Hall ' 


( (t 




' 20 


26 


1.8 


2. 3.4 


Thomas Olverson ' 


< ( c 




' 8 


14 


1.8 


1. 3.4 


James Henderson * 


( 1 ( 




' 20 


26 


1 8 


2. 3.4 


Joseph Pierce ' 


t C( 




' 20 


26 


1.8 


2. 3.4 


Peleg Baker ' 


( 1 ( 




' 14 


20 


1.8 


1.13.4 


Elijah Clark. 


< <( 




' 20 


26 


1.8 


2. 3.4 


Thomas Clark. ' 


( (1 




' 8 


14 


1.8 


1. 3.4 


Robert Patterson ' 


C 4 t 




" 20 


26 


1.8 


2. 3.4 


Joseph Stuart ' 


( l.< 




• 14 


20 


1.8 


1.13.4 


David Davis ' 


( (( 




' 20 


26 


1.8 


2. 3.4 


Parmenus Temple ' 


1 (1 




" 21 


27 


1.8 


2. 5.0 


John French * 


C 1 ( 




" 6 


12 


1.8 


1. 0.0 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



39 



Names. 


En- 
tered 


Dis- 
charg"* 


Days P' day 


Total. 


Seth Duncan 


Sep. 24 


Oct. 18 


24 1 


8 


2. 0.0 


Asa Button 


i ( ( < 




' 21 


27 1 


8 


3. 5.0 


John Scott 


it i( 




" 8 


14 1 


8 


1. 3.4 


W" Negus Jr. 


H tt 




• 21 


27 1 


8 


2. 5.0 


Eeuben Spalding 


(I ( ( 




' 21 


27 1 


8 


2. 5.0 


Leonard Spalding 


it (t 




' 21 


27 1 


8 


2. 5.0 


David Rich 


a ( ( 




• 20 


26 1 


8 


2. 3.4 


Elijah Pratt 


tt (( 




' 8 


14 1 


8 


1. 3.4 


Asaph Carpenter 


" 26 




' 17 


21 1 


8 


1.15.0 


Enoch Cook 


" 24 




' 21 


27 1 


8 


2. 5.0 


Saml. Warrenner 


(1 .1 




' 17 


23 1 


8 


1.18.4 


Artemas. How. 


H It 




' 17 


23 1 


8 


1.18.4 


Saml. Knight. 


(( i ( 




' 21 


27 1 


8 


2. 5.0 


Eben"^ Brook. 


i ( f i 




" 21 


27 ] 


8 


2. 5.0 


Jesse Hildreth 


( ( it 




' 21 


27 1 


8 


2. 5.0 


Israel Hooker 


it i i 




' 21 


27 1 


8 


2. 5.0 


Amariah Taft. 


" 27 




' 20 


23 1 


8 


1.18.4 


Asa Ober 


ti il 




' 8 


11 1 


8 


0'18.4 


George Christopher 


ti ti 




' 20 


28 1 


8 


1.18.4 


Benj. How. 


Oct. 9 




« 20 


11 1 


8 


0.18.4 


Benaiah Putnam 


Sep. 24 




" 17 


23 1 


8 


1.18.4 


John Kilberry. 


t( It 


" 1 


7 1 


8 


0.11.8 








£ 81. 0.0 



Putney, 3*^ Sept. 1778. Personally appeared the above named 
Josiah Boyden and made solemn oath that each of the persons 
named in this pay roll were in the service of the United States the 
number of days affixed to each of their names, and that neither 
himself or any other person (to his knowledge) had received any 
pay therefor. Sworn before me, 

Jonas Fay, Asst. 

Date above this Pay Roll examined by 

Ira Allen \ Committee appointed 

Putney, Sept. 3, 1778. Reed, of Ira Allen, Esq., Treasurer of 
the State of Vermont, Eighty-one pounds, the contents of this pay 
roll. P-^ 

Josiah Boyden, Capt. 

;^81.0.0 



40 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[206] 



\^Lieut. Moses Johnson s Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Lt. Moses Johnson's Company in Col. William 
Williams Regiment, as due from this State from the 2oth of Sep- 
tember to the 17th. of October, 1777. 



Moses Johnson Lt. 
Benj. Whitney Lt. 
Sylvanus Smith Sergt. 
Aaron Alexander " 
David Wilson " 

Elisha Hubbard Corpl. 
Daniel Gates ' ' 

Joshua Parker 
Cyrus Whitcomb 
Stephen Cole 
William Mack 
William Mc. Wain 
'Ebene. Pierce 
Andrew Haskel 
John McWaine 
Nehemiah Horton 
Lemuel Pratt 
Thom. Nelson 
William Moore 
William Wilman 
Abijah Mores 
Ebene. Parker 
Israel Sawyer 
Joshua Hyde Jr. 
Aaron Cole 
James Clay Jr. 
Jonathan Man 
Dennis Looklin 
Ebene. Wright 
Abel White 
Asa Averall 
John Abbe 
Abraham Dickerson 
Israel Ide 
James Ide 
Neh. Mc Neal 
John Mc Neal 
Porter Tarble 
Edmund Shipman 
Charles Biee 
Daniel Miller 
Joshua Hyde 
John Wilson 
Elijah Whitney 



Engaged 



Sept. 25 



Discharj 



Oct. 17 
16 



(I 



(I 
< ( 

K 



17 
15 
15 
15 
15 
17 



4 
5 

15 
16 
17 

15 
17 
15 
17 
17 
17 
17 
16 

1 t 

17 



16 
17 



11 

u 



Pr. 


Days 


Pr. 


Month 


Day 






1.9 








.9 


2.12.0 


26 




.9 




25 




.8^ 




25 




.8^ 




24 




.8 




24 




8 




26 




.8 




24 




.8 




26 




.8 




26 




8 




26 




.8 




10 




.8 




15 




.8 




24 




8 




25 




.8 




26 




.8 




26 




.8 




24 




8 




26 




8 




24 




8 




26 




8 




26 




8 




26 




8 




26 




8 




25 




8 




25 




8 




26 




8 




26 




8 




26 




8 




26 




8 




25 




8 




26 




8 




26 




8 




26 




8 




26 




8 




26 




8 




26 




8 




26 




8 




26 




8 




26 




8 




11 




8 




11 




8 




11 




8 



Total 



2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 



0.0 
3.4 



3.4 

3.4 

15.8 

1. 5.0 

2. 0.0 
1.8 
3.4 
3.4 
0.0 
3.4 
0.0 
3.4 



2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
3. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
3. 



3.4 
3.4 
3.4 
1.8 
1.8 
3.4 



3. 

3. 

3. 

1. 

3. 

1, 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3.4 
18.4 
18.4 
18.4 



.4 
.4 
.4 
.8 
.4 
.8 
.4 
.4 
.4 
.4 
.4 
.4 
.4 
.4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



41 



Names 


Engaged 


Dis- 
charged 


Pr. 

Month 


Days 


Pr. 
Day 


Total 


Lemuel Ames 
Aquila Jones 
Ichabod Ide 
Daniel Eood 


Oct. 12 

a (t 
(t <( 

(( X 


Oct. 17 


9 

9 

26 

26 


1.8 
1.8 
1.8 
1.8 


15.0 

15.0 

2. 3.4 

2. 3.4 




;^89 13.2 



Putney, 3rd. Sept. 1778 

Errors excepted. 



Moses Johnson Lt. 



Putney, 8rd. Sept. 1778. Personally appeared the within named 
Moses Johnson and made solemn oath that the several persons 
named in the within pay roll were each in the service the several 
days annexed to their respective names and that neither himself 
nor any other person to his knowledge had received any pay 
therefordirectly or indirectly. 

Before me, Jonas Fay, Assistant 

Putney, 3rd. Sept. 1778. Reed, of Ira Allen Esq. Treasurer 
of the State of Vermont eighty-nine pounds, thirteen shillings and 
two pence, in full of the within pay roll. 

^89.13.2. Moses Robinson. 

[271] [Lieut Moses JohnsorCs Command {Omissioii)\ 

Pay Roll of five persons under the command of Lt. Moses 
Johnson, in the service of the United States of America, belonging 
to Col. William Williams' Regiment of Militia in the county of Cum- 
berland and State of Vermont, 1777, omitted in the original pay 
roll. 



Names 


When 
enter"' 
service 


When 
discharged 


Days 
in 

service 


Pr.day 


Total 


Joseph Gushing 
Oliver Hartwell 
Jonae Snow 
Asahel Briggs 
Samuel Willson 


Sept. 25 
1 < 1 ( 

i( 11 

(1 (( 

(< 1 ( 




24 
24 
11 
11 
11 


1.8 
1.8 
1.8 
1.8 
1.8 


2. 0.0 
2. 0.0 

18.4 
18.4 
18.4 




;^6.15.0 



Errors Excepted. 



Moses Johnson 



42 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[55] 



\_Capt. David StowelVs Co7npany\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. David Stowell's Company ia Col. William 
Williams' Regiment. 







Per 
month 


Date of 


Date of 


Days 
service 




Names 


Rank. 


engage- 
ment 


Dis- 
charge 


Wages 








1777 


1777. 






David Stowell 


Capt. 


2.10.0 


Sep 39. 


Oct 21 


33 


1.18.4 


James Cutler 


Sergt. 


3.10.0 


" 39 


" 31 


83 


1.18.4 


Daniel Knight 


do 


2.10.0 


" 39 


" 31 


33 


1.18.4 


Manassah Bixby 


do 


2.10.0 


" 39 


" 21 


33 


3. 0.0 


David Anderson 


do 


2.10.0 


" 38- 


" 21 


34 


1.13.4 


John Sheperson 


Private. 


2.10.0 


" 39 


" 31 


30 


1. 8.4 


Zephaniah Phelps (or Sheps) 




2.10.0 


'< 39 


" 18 


17 


1.18.4 


Williams Marsh. 




2.10.0 


" 39 


" 15 


33 


1.18.4 


James Salisbury 




3.10.0 


" 39 


" 31 


33 


1.18.4 


Philip Franklin 




2.10.0 


" 39 


" 21 


23 


1. 6.8 


Stafford Horton 




3.10.0 


" 39 


" 21 


16 


1.18.4 


David Newhall 




2.10.0 


" 39 


" 14 


23 


1.18.4 


Saml. Eeed 




2.10.0 


" 39 


" 21 


23 


1.18.4 


Peter Eice 




3.10.0 


" 39 


" 21 


83 


1.18.4 


Phinehas Rice 




2.10.0 


" 89 


" 81 


83 


1.18.4 


Ephraim Gale 




2.10.0 


" 39 


" 21 


83 


1.18.4 


Thos. Partridge 




2.10.0 


" 29 


" 21 


83 


1.18.4 


Job Morse 




2.10.0 


" 29 


" 21 


33 


1.18.4 


Isaac Wells. 




2.10.0 


" 39 


" 21 


23 


1.18.4 


Jona. Paterson 


' ' 


2.10.0 


" 39 


" 21 


24 


1.18.4 


John Montgomery. 




2.10.0 


" 38 


" 21 


24 


3. 0.0 


William White 




2.10.0 


" 38 


" 21 


84 


3. 0.0 


Nathl. Akin 




2.10.0 


" 39 


" 31 


34 


2. 0.0 


Jona. Aiken 




3.10.0 


" 38 


" 31 


84 


8. 0.0 


John Cox 




3.10.0 


" 28 


" 31 


33 


1.18.4 


John Ray. 




3.10.0 


" 28 


" 31 


84 
Total 


3. 0.0 

;^47. 3.4 



Putney 3d. Sep. 1778. Personally appeared the within named 
David Stowell and made solemn oath to the within pay roll. 

Before me 

Jonas Fay, Asst. 

Date above the within pay roll examined by 

Jonas Fay ) „ .^^ • *. j 

Ira Allen \ <-oniniittee appointed. 

Received Putney, Sept 3, 1778 of Ira Allen Esq. forty seven 
pounds three shillings four pence, the full contents of the within 
pay roll. Pr. David Stowell, Capt. 

^47.3.4. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



43 



Putney, 4th. Sept. 1778. The above pay roll examined 

By Jonas Fay ) Committee 
Ira Allen f appointed 

Sworn before me at Putney the date above, 

Jonas Fay, Asst. 

Putney, Sept. 4, 1778. Reed, of Ira Allen, Esq. Treasurer of 
the State of Vermont, six pounds and fifteen shillings, the con- 
tents of the above pay roll. 

Pr. Moses Johnson, Lieutenant. 

;^6.15.0 

[351] \_Detachme?it under Lieut. Charles Richards] 

A Pay Roll of the Detachment of a Company commanded by 
Lieut. Charles Richards in Col. William Williams' Regiment of 
Militia in the service of the United States — 1777. 



Names 


When 
enter** 
service 


When dis- 
charged 


Time in 
service 


Pr. 

month 


Total due 


Timo. Clark 
Charles Eichards Jr. 
Elisha Walker 
Asa White 
Daniel Eichards 


Sept. 27 
ti t( 

a (I 
(( t( 


Oct. 20 

(1 II 


24 days 

(1 11 

<i <( 
i( II 
It <i 


2.10.0 

2.10 

2.10 

2.10 

2.10 


2.0.0 
2.0.0 
2.0.0 
2.0.0 
2.0.0 




£ 10.0.0 



Chas. Richards, Lt. 

Putney, 3 Sept. 1778. Personally appeared the above named 
Charles Richards and made solemn oath to the truth of the above 
pay roll. 

Before me, Jonas Fay, Asst. 



Putney, 3rd. Sept. 1778. 



The above Pay Roll examined. 

Jonas Fay, ) 
Ira Allen, [ 



Com« 



Date above reed, of Ira Allen Esq. Treasurer of the state of 
Vermont, ten pounds, the contents in full of the above pay roll, 

Charles Richards, Lt. 
^10.0.0 



44 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[196] l^Capt. Ebenezer Allen s Company\ 

Pay Roll of Capt. Eben® Allen's Company in Col. Samuel 
Herrici's Regiment of Rangers, raised by the State of Vermont, 
for the defense of the United States. 















No. 








Days 


^ 


/^hen 


days 


Names 


Enterec 


1 Dischar* 


in 
serv- 


Amt. of e] 
pay n 


alist- 
lent 


for 
which 




1777 




ice 




out 


pay 
due 










1 


778 




Eben* Allen Capt. 


July 15 


Dec. 6 




Ja 


n. 15 


185 


Isaac Clark Ist. Lt. 










4.16.8 ' 


t i ( 


185 


Ethan Pier 2nd " 










4.16.8 


( ( £ 


185 


Jacob Wood Ist. Seigt. 








145 


4.16.8 


( 1 ( 


185 


David Griswold 2nd. " 








145 


4.16.8 


( ct 


185 


Ephraim Wood 3rd. " 








145 


4.16.8 


( i ( 


185 


Elisha Ashley Ist. Corp. 








145 


4.16.8 


( C( 


185 


Abel White 2nd. 








145 


4.16.8 ' 


i 1 1 


185 


Eichard Crovets 8rd. " 








145 


4.16.8 ' 


( (( 


185 


John Bishop, Fifer 








145 


4.16.8 


i i i 


185 


Winslow Perry, Drum. 








145 


4.16.8 • 


( 4 i 


185 


Cyrus Clark Private 








145 


4.16.8 


< <( 


185 


Eichard Barnom " 








145 


4.16.8 


i a 


185 


Joseph Lanone " 








145 


4.16.8 


( (( 


185 


Peter How 








145 


4.16.8 


( (» 


185 


William Ashley 








145 


4.16.8 


i (f 


185 


Daniel Hp,wkin8 








145 


4.16.8 


i a 


185 


David Bradey 








145 


4.16.8 


i ti 


185 


Nehemiah Kellogg 








145 


4.16.8 


i < c 


185 


Benj. Haskins 








145 


4.16.8 ' 


( 1 i 


185 


Azor Perry 








145 


4.16.8 


i (* 


185 


Daniel Adams 








145 


4.16.8 


t li 


185 


Jonathan Corey 








145 


4.16.8 


i it 


185 


Nathan Foord 








145 


4.16.8 


i a 


185 


Eben" Corey 








145 


4.16.8 


i a 


185 


Benj. Parks 








145 


4.16.8 ' 


i i c 


185 


Philip Matteson 








145 


4.16.8 


i 4 i 


185 


Phineas CiooflP 








145 


4.16.8 


t i i 


185 


Josiah Allen 








145 


4.16.8 ' 


i ( c 


185 


Jacob Corey 








145 


4.16.8 


i i i 


185 


Daniel Steward 








145 


4.16.8 


I i ( 


185 


John Ti'ain 








145 


4.16.8 


( i* 


185 


Eichard Colvin 








145 


4.16.8 


i H 


185 


Ezra Sweate (Sweele) 








145 


4.16.8 ' 


i U 


185 


Benajah Wells 








145 


4.16.8 


t a 


185 


Zipron Herrick 








145 


4.16.8 


i i i 


185 


Levi Wood 








145 


4.16.8 


i a 


185 


Jacob Smith 








145 


4.16.8 ' 


i a 


185 


Amos Ives 








145 


4.16.8 


i I ( 


185 


Nathaniel Wood 








145 


4.16.8 


i n 


185 


Simeon Prentiss 








145 


4.16.8 ' 


i C( 


185 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



45 















No. 








Days 




Wher 


I daj's 


Names 


Entered 


Dischar"" 


in 


Amt. of 


enlist 


for 








serv- 


pay 


ment 


which 




1777 




ice 




out 


pay 
due 












1778 




Stephen Kingsley 


July 15 


Dec. 6 


145 


4.16.8 


Jan. 1 


5 185 


Amos Herrick 


( < <t 




145 


4.16.8 


II II 


185 


Joh.n Knight (Night) 


t ( (( 




145 


4.16.8 


II 1 


185 


Luther Philomon 


" 4 




145 


4.16.8 


'C . 


185 


John Eeon Biancher 


It It 




145 


4.16.8 


1 1 i 


185 


Darins Chipman 


C( t ( 




145 


4.16.8 


II 1 


' 185 


Jona. Nelson 


(I <l 




145 


4.16.8 


II 11 


185 


David Gilmore 


(( <( 




145 


4.16.8 


II 11 


185 


Edward Turner 


" m 




130 


4. 6.8 


11 II 


169 


John Wright 


Aug. 3 




126 


4. 4. 


«« < 


165 


Eufus Bates 


" 4 




125 


4. 3.4 


(( < 


164 


Samue] Fletcher 


l( 41 




125 


4. §.4 


CI 1 1 


164 


George Potter 


It 11 




125 


4. 3.4 


l( I 


164 


Josiah Ladd 


1( t( 




125 


4. 3.4 


Sept. ' 


r 33 


Stephen Jackson 


(1 (( 




125 


4. 3.4 


Jan. 1 


5 164 


Lemuel Roberts 


" 16 




113 


3.15.4 


1 ( t 


163 


Eben' Judkins 


Ct t < 


Deserted 








30 


John Glidden 


" 20 




109 


3.12.8 


Sepl.K 


5 149 


Joseph Roe 


" 24 




105 


3.10.0 


Jan. li 


5 145 


Adonijah Montague 


II <i 




105 


3.10.0 


II II 


145 


Jon" Newton 


Sept. 1 




98 


3. 5.4 


II ( 


137 


Orsamus Holmes 


«< i< 




98 


3. 5.4 


II II 


137 


• 


;{:272.12.8 





Bennington — Feb. 17, 1779. The within pay roll examined 
and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 
each soldier or his order, that is, what is due to each soldier, the 
amount of this pay roll being two hundred and seventy-two pounds 
twelve shillings and eight pence. 

Tho« Chittenden. 
To Ira Allen Esq, Treasurer. 

We whose names are hereunto subscribed, do acknowledge we 
have received our pay in full, according to the within Pay Roll, for 
service in Capt. Eben^ Allen's Company of Rangers in the year 
1777. 

Paid by currency to Luther Fillmore 

Reed, in full for John Wright, Edw. Smith 

P. Cloff by receipts 

P. Matteson " " 

Jon* Newton 

ReC^ in behalf of Danl. Stewart — M. Lyon 

Paid Jon'' Corey by his order 



46 STATE OF VERMONT 

Reed, for Stephen Jackson pr, Sam^ Horsford, Simeon Prentice 

Richard Barnum 
Richard Colven X his mark. 
John Train 
Sam' Roberts 
David Griswold 
John Knight 

Reed, in full for Josiah Allen per me 
Parley Hulett 
Ephraim Wood 
Nathl. Wood 
Cyrus Clark 
Winslow Perry 
Adonijah Montague 
Eph™ Wood 
William Ashley 
Azor Perry 

Jona. Nelson for Danl. Adams 
Benj. Haskins 
Amos Herriek 
Rufus Bates 
Daniel Haskins 

his 

Benajah x Wells 

his 
mark 

Ezra X Sweat 
Ja^ Lawrence 
Stephen Kinsley 
Levi Wood 
Jacob Smith 
Nathan Ford 
Jno. Reon Blanchard 
David Gillmore 

Reed, for and in behalf of Darius Chapman Per me 
Job Spofford. 

Feb. 8, 1786.' Reed, of I, Allen, Treasurer ^^4.6.8 in full on the 
within roll. 

Edward Turner x his mark. 
Vermont Money 

• Reed, for and in behalf of Richard Crouck per 

Jacob Corey. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



47 



[194] 



\Capt. Levi Goodenough's Company of Eangers] 



A Pay. Roll of Capt. Levi Goodenough's Company of Rangers 
in Col. Sam^ Herrick's Regiment raised by the State of Vermont 
[1777?] 



Names 


Entrance 


Discharge 


Days 


Total 


Sergt. Maj. James Mack 


July 


24 


Nov. 


30 


130 


4. 6.8 


C. M. Archibald Panel 


( ( 


24 


i i 


(( 


130 


4. 6.8 


Sergt. Dan' Dondroon 


<( 


24 


Dec. 


5 


135 


4.10.0 


" Nicholas Pullen 


Aug, 


14 


CI 


II 


114 


3.16.0 


El Elisha Fitch 


i % 


22 


Nov. 


30 


101 


3. 7.4 


Corp' John Gately 


July 


26 


Dec. 


5 


133 


5. 8.8 


" Jas. Handley 


Aug. 


5 


Nov. 


30 


118 


3.18.8 


" Isaac Panel 


July 


24 


Oct. 


4 


73 


2. 8.8 


Henry Henderson 


Aug. 


20 


Sept. 


18 


30 


1. 0.0 


Abner Duncan (Dunnum) 


t( 


10 


i( 


16 


35 


1. 5.4 


James White 


July 


26 


Oct. 


4 


75 


2. 9.4 


Daniel Davis 


1 1 


30 


Nov. 


30 


123 


4. 2.0 


Abraham Hawkins 


(( 


25 




24 


123 


4. 2.0 


James Huzzey (Huzzy) 


(1 


27 




30 


127 


4. 5.8 


Joseph Lyon 


Aug. 


1 




24 


116 


3.17.4 


Daniel Forster 


I < 


10 




30 


113 


3.15.4 


Jon* Howard 


July 


2B 




24 


125 


4. 3.4 


Eeuben Whitcomb 


Aug. 


10 




t i 


109 


3.11.4 


Nathan Williams 


S' •< 


(> 


Dec. 


5 


115 


3.18.8 


Sam' Staflford 


(( 


14 


Nov. 


24 


103 


3. 8.8 


John Russell 


( t 


<t 


Dec. 


5 


114 


3.16.0 


Elijah Cook 


July 


28 


Nov. 


24 


120 


5. 0.0 


Joseph Macker 


<> 


24 


Dec. 


5 


135 


5.10.0 


Benj. Nelson 


(< 


( i 


Nov. 


30 


130 


5. 6.8 


Elhanan Perry 


( ( 


27 


Dec. 


5 


132 


5. 8.0 


Benj. Lyman 


( < 


26 


Nov. 


30 


128 


5. 5.4 


Abenlam Webster 


K 


If 


II 


1 1 


128 


4. 5.4 


Nathan Prate 


(1 


24 


11 


II 


130 


4. 6.8 


John Healy 


(t 


i ( 


<i 


24 


124 


4. 2.8 


John Wil cocks 


<( 


(( 


11 


30 


134 


4. 9.4 


Andrew Panel 


Aug. 


20 


(1 


1 c 


103 


3. 8.8 


David Henderson 


Ci 


( < 


Dec. 


5 


108 


3.12.0 


Jonathan Davis 


July 


24 


Nov. 


30 


130 


4. 6.8 


Isaac Hearharte 


It 


25 


II 


( ( 


129 


4. 6.8 


James Anderson 


Aug. 


20 


<i 


ii 


103 


3. 8.8 


Henry Bolcum 


t ( 


5 


Dec. 


5 


123 


4. 2.0 


Benj. Fletcher 


i( 


5 


Nov. 


24 


112 


3.14.8 


James Walsworth 


<c 


14 


Aug. 


21 


7 


0. 5.8 




;^140.12.9 



Putney, 3rd. Sept. 1778 



The within Pay Roll examined by 
Jonas Fay ) ^ „.,. 
Ira Allen \ Committee app. 



48 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Rec<i Febr. 10, 1778. Bennington of Ira Allen Esq. Treasurer 
of the State of Vermont by several receipts, one hundred and 
thirty-four pounds, three shillings in part of the within Pay Roll. 

Pr. 

Levi Goodenough, Capt. 
;^^134.3.0 

Reed. Putney, Sept. 3, 1778 of Ira Allen Esq. Treasurer, six 
pounds and nine shillings which with the above sum is in full of 
the within Pay Roll. 

^6.9.0 Pr. Levi Goodenough. Capt. 

[27] \Capt. John Warnei-' s Company\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. John Warner's Company in Lt. Col. 
Herrick's Reg* of Rangers for the advanced pay that was engaged 
by the State of Vermont, at £,\ per man per month. [1777 ?] 



Names. 


When 
entered 


When dis- 


No. days 
in 


Amt, of 




service 


charged 


service 


pay 


Sergt. Silas Childs 


July 20 


Dec. 3 


137 


4.11.4 


Saml. Bradley 


<( li 








137 


4.11.4 


" Saml, Dewey. 


*' 21 








136 


4.10.8 


Corpl. Stephen Eastman 


" 20 








137 


4.11.4 


Paul Nelson. 


t e t( 








137 


4.11.4 


" Elisha Warner. 


Aug. 30 








96 


3. 4.0 


David Hough 


Sept 12 








83 


2.15.4 


John Hathaway 


July 20 








137 


4.11.4 


Solomon Brown 


" 21 








136 


4.10.8 


Thos. Galusha 


( < < ( 








136 


4.10.8 


Issachar Norton 


i\ < c 








136 


4.10.8 


Erastus Hathaway 


n << 








136 


4.10.8 


Stephen Holmes. 


II 41 








136 


4.10.8 


Onesimus Eisdon 


1 < 11 








136 


4.10.8 


Benj. Morgan 


<1 11 








136 


4.10.8 


Jos, Morgan 


I( (1 








136 


4.10.8 


Amos Wood 


1 i 11 








136 


4.10.8 


Silas Walbridge 


a i< 








136 


4.10.8 


Nathan Parker 


<< (< 








136 


4.10.8 


Martin Harmon 


1 < << 








136 


4.10.8 


Daniel Beman 


11 (( 








136 


4.10.8 


Hezekiah Scott 


(1 11 








136 


4.10.8 


Thos. Wood 


Aug 15 








111 


3. 4.0 


Joseph Jackett 


July 28 








129 


4. 6.0 


Patrick Cushman 


II 1 ( 








129 


4. 6.0 


Justice Allen 


" 20 








137 


4.11.4 


John Burk 


" 20 








137 


4.11.4 


Joel Parker 


t I ( t 








137 


4.11.4 


John Coben 


( ( Ki. 








28 


0.18.8 


Jason Glason 


Aug. 1 








125 


4. 3.4 


Mich Parker 


" 26 








100 


8. 6.8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



49 



Names 


When 
entered 
service 


When dis- 
charged 


No. days 

in 
service 


Amt. of 
pay 


Eben Lee 


Sept. 4 


Dec. 3 


91 


3. 0.8 


Benj. Whipple 


Aug. 18 




108 


3.12.0 


Josiah Welch 


'• 39 




97 


3. 4.8 


Daniel Galusha 


Sept. 1 




94 


3. 2.8 


Josiah Avery 


4 




91 


8. 0.8 


Eben"^ Barns. 


" 12 




88 


2.15.4 


Amos Mead 


July 21 




186 


4.10.8 


Jona. Hart 


Aug 25 




101 


3. 7.4 


Daniel Welch 


July 21 


Aug. 20 


81 


1. 0.8 




;^35. 4.8 



Sept. 29, 1778. I certify upon honor that this pay roll is just 
and true in all its parts. 

^35.4.8 John Warner, Capt. 

Sept. 29, 1778. To the Hon. Ira Allen Esq. Treasurer. 
Sir. Please to pay Capt. John Warner ninety-five pounds four 
pence, being in full of the balance due to him on the above pay 
roll, Bounty and Recruiting Money. By order of 

Moses Robinson | ^ .„ 
Ira Allen f ^""^ 

Sept. 29, 1778. Rec'd of Ira Allen, Treasurer, ninety-five 
pouads four pence in full of the above account. 

John Warner, Capt. 



[18] [Capt Parmdee Aliens Company] 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Parmelee Allen's Company in Col. Her- 
rick's Reg't of Rangers for the advanced pay engaged by the 
authoritv of the State of Vermont at £1 per man per month. 

[1777?] ' 



Names 



Sergt. John Luddenton 
" Eben*^ Farnsworth 
" John Smith 

Corpl. Eben' Wilton 
" Timo. Allen 
" Eben' Kingsbury. 

Amos Stow 

[4] 



When 

entered 

sub'n 



When dis- 
charged 



July 15 



Dec. 3 



Aug 15 



Days in 
service 



142 
142 
142 
142 
142 
142 
111 



Amt. pay 



4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
3.14.8 



50 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


When -rr;ri 

entered „i 
sub'n ^^ 


en dis 
arged 


Ebene. Mallary 


July 15 D 


3C. 3 


Joshua Colver 


ii a i 


i i ( 


Josiah Farnsworth 


(( 11 ( 


t ii 


Ichabod Parker 


(1 it ( 




Epaphrae Ripley. 


Aug 1 * 




Jona. Prindle 


July 15 




David Miller 


>i It ( 




David Warrenaugh 


Aug 1 ' 




Abram Vanduser 


(111 ( 




Henry Walkins 


July 15 




Andrew Simons 


i ( It c 




Joseph Henberton 


(1 (1 I 




John Whitney. 


..If i 




Moses Sayer 


Aug. 1 




Daniel Adams 


July 15 




John Boldridge 


Aug. 1 




Jacob Nonis 


" 20 




Ephraim Marble 


July 15 




Asa McQuevy 


1 ( . < ( 




John Miller 


11 II ( 




Jesse Field 


11 1 1 k 




Eben'' Wright 


1 C 1 £ 4 




Saml. Chapin 


<l (1 C 




Jona. Atwood 


Sep. 15 




Reuben Green 


... 7 




Levi Hatch 


4 ( C( ( 




Eph'" Blaekman 


July 15 ' 




Joseph Aaron 


11 (1 i 




Andrew Ford 


(1 K C 




John Spencer 


li <l t 




Simon Coats 


Oct. 2 




Reuben Coats 


, ( ( ( < 




Daniel Wise 


( < M i 




Caleb Allen 


" 1 




Abner Blancher 


i( (< < 




Felix Powel 


II i e I 




Joseph Farnsworth 


July 15 





Days in 
service 



142 

142 

142 

142 

125 

142 

142 

125 

125 

142 

142 

142 

142 

125 

142 

125 

106 

142 

142 

142 

142 

142 

142 

82 

88 

88 

142 

142 

142 

142 

68 

(VA 

68 

64 

64 

04 

142 



Bounty money for forty-five men 
Recruiting money for the same 



Cash paid him 



Amt. pay 



14.8 
14. S 
14.8 
14.8 
8.4 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4. 8.4 
4. 8.4 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4. 8.4 
4.14.8 
4. 8.4 
8.10.8 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4.14 8 
4.14.8 
2.18.4 
2.18.8 
2.18.8 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
14.8 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.8 
2.8 
2 8 
14.8 



;^181 


10 


6 


270. 








18. 








^469.16.6 


292. 


4 






Balance due 



;^ 177.12.6 



Parmelee Allen, Capt. 
In Council, Bennington, 16*'' June, 1778. Having: examined 
the above pay roll, do approve of the same and find the balance 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



51 



due to Capt. Allen to be ^^177. 12. 6 which you are hereby directed 
to pay him. Thos. Chittenden 

to Capt. Ira Allen Esq. Treasurer. 

Rec'd. June 30, 1778 of Ira Allen, Treasurer, one hundred and 
seventeen pounds twelve shillings and six pence in full of the 
above account P'' me. 

Parmelee Allen, Capt. 

[364] [Two Men who had been Prisoners] 

A Pay Roll for two men, viz. Philip and Stephen Smith, be- 
longing to Capt. Elisha Burton's Company in Col. Saml. Herrick's 
Regiment of Rangers, raised by the State of Vermont, who were 
captured at Lake George Landing the 24'''' day of September. 1777, 
and remained in the hands of the enemy as prisoners, until one, 
that is Stephen Smith, died, which was the 5^'' day of Oct. 1777, 
the other, that is, Philip Smith, remained in the hands of the 
enemy as a prisoner until he was exchanged in a cartele from 
Halifax and returned home the 14^'' day of January, 1779. 



Names 


When 
taken 
prison- 
ers 


Died or 
when 
dis- 
charged 


Days 
after 
taken 

11 
476 


P^ 

month 

2.0.0 
2.0.0 


Total 

14.8 
31.14.8 




Stephen Smith 
Philip Smith 


1777 
Sept. 24 


1777 

Oct. 5 

1779 

Jan. 14 


£%2. 9.4 
11.16.0 




;^44. 5.4 



(Philip Smith Jr. See Receipt on original.) 

'' 2 guns of the best and suitable for Eaugers 
2 powder horns |^ 8. 6.0 



Also, a retain 
to draw 



2 bullet pouches) 
{ 2 blankets 
I 2 haversacks 

I 



12.0 



which were ta- 
ken from the 
above named 
2.10.0 } Stephen Smith 
8.0 I and Philip 

I Smith by the 

11.16.0 J enemy. 



In Council, Manchester, Oct. 16, 1779. Sir, Please pay to 
Philip Smith or order the sum of forty-four pounds five shillings 
and four pence L money on the within account, being approved by 
the council. 

Thos. Chittenden. 

To Ira Allen Esq. Treasurer. 

Date above reed, the contents of the above order for and in 
behalf of Mr. Smith. John House. 



52 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[211] 



\Capt. William Heatons Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. William Heaton's Company of Militia, 
under the command of Peter Olcott in the service of Vermont 
State, from the time of their engagement until discharged by the 
commanding officer of the Northern Department. 

Engaged Sept. 20.1777. 



Names 


1 

1 

Days 


Pr. 

Month 


Miles 
134 


Entered 


Total 


William Heaton, Capt. 


36 




20th. 




Solomon Cushman, Lt. 


36 




134 


i • 




Elisha Woodworth, Ensign 


36 




134 


1 1 




Elijah Gates, Sergt. Major 


36 


2.10.0 


134 


i i 


3. 0. 


John Wright, " 


36 


2.10 


134 


1 ( 


3. 0. 


Calvin Parkhurst, Sergt 


36 


2.10 


134 


1. 


3. 0. 


Elihu Hosford 


36 


2.10 


134 


t i 


3. 0. 


Levi Eoot 


36 


2.10 


134 


(I 


3. 0. 


Samuel HutchinBon Corpl. 


36 


2.10 


134 


1 1 


3. 0. 


Nathan Morgan " 


36 


2.10 


134 


'• 


3. 0. 


Daniel Gilbert 


36 


2.10 


134 


i i 


3. 0. 


Joel Strong 


36 


2.10 


134 


t i 


3. 0. 


Phineas Parkhurst, Fifer 


36 


2.10 


134 


>< 


3. 0. 


Gershom Bartlet 


36 


2.10 


134 


1 1 


3. 0. 


Walter Abbit 


36 


2.10 


134 


1 1 


3. 0. 


Irael Brown 


36 


2.10 


134 


i t 


3. 0. 


Joseph Bartlet 


36 


2.10 


134 


t < 


3. 0. 


Joseph Ball 


36 


2.10 


134 


" 


3. 0. 


Elijah Beman 


36 


2.10 


134 


t( 


3. 0. 


William Cushman 


36 


2.10 


134 


(( 


3. 0. 


Samuel Curtis 


36 


2.10 


134 


. t 


3. 0. 


Levi Baldwin 


36 


2.10 


134 


t . 


3. 0. 


Frederick Earnest 


36 


2.10 


134 


i i 


3. 0. 


Peter FirmHU 


36 


2.10 


134 


4 ( 


3. 0. 


Joseph Havens 


36 


2.10 


134 


1 . 


3. 0. 


Robert Hande 


36 


2.10 


134 


i( 


3. 0. 


John Hutchinson 


36 


2.10 


134 


i< 


3. 0. 


William Moor 


36 


2.10 


134 


i ( 


3. 0. 


William Bell 


36 


2.10 


134 


t ■ 


3. 0. 


Saml. Partridge 


36 


2.10 


134- 


i t 


3. 0. 


Joel White 


36 


2.10 


134 


( ( 


3. 0. 


Samuel Wright 


18 


2.10 


134 


i^ 


1.11. 3 


Joshua Spear 


36 


2.10 


134 


( . 


3. 0. 


Joseph Wheeler 


36 


2.10 


134 


Ci 


3. 0. 


Benj. Spalding 


31 


2.10 


134 


( ( 


2. 3.10 


John Strong 


31 


2.10 


134 


I c 


2. 3.10 


John Burton 


18 


2.10 


134 


<( 


1.10. 


Benj. Chamberlin 


36 


2.10 


134 


'( 


3. 0. 




;{: 145.15. 7 



William Heaton, Capt. 



KF.VOl.b'TKJNARY WAR ROLLS 



53 



c. . r T7- . ) . ) Then the with- 

State of Vermont I In Council t in Pav Roll was 

• Norwicn, August 24, 1778 f (examined and 

approved and the Treasurer is ordered to pay the same, which 

is one hundred and forty-four pounds fifteen shillings and seven 

pence. 

Joseph Marsh 

Nov. 30, 1778. Received the above sum in behalf of Capt. 
Heaton 

Peter Olcott 
By mistake made in the pay roll, received 18/ more. 
^145.15.7 Peter Olcott. 



[275] 



[Capt. Frye Bayley's Company^ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Frye Bayley's Company of Militia, under 
the command of Col. Peter Olcott, in the service of the State of 
Vermont. [1777?] 





Time of 


In service 


when 


Pr. 

month 




Wages due 


Names 


engage- 




dis- 


Miles 


with 








ment 


Mos. 


days 
4 


charg'd 




milage 


Frye Bayley, Capt. 


Sept. 23 


Oct. 27 




270 


1. 2. 6 


Nathaniel Morrell, Lt. 


i 4 ( * 




4 


a t* 




270 


1. 2. 6 


Robert Hunkins, Lt. 


X ( {( 




4 


t i . t 




270 


1. 2. 6 


Moses Chamberlin, Sergt. 


t( 1 (« 




4 


(> .1 


2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Eobert Stimson, 


l< 




4 


t ( i < 


2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Sylvanus Heath, " 


It t i 




4 


t ( t £ 


2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Stephen Rider 


C( ki 




4 


(> > ( 


2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Bartholomew Sumner, 
















Corpl. 


it i( 




4 


i< 4< 


2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Thomas Brock 


i ( t ( 




4 


" <1 


2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Enos Sawyer " 


1 i t ( 




4 


•> It 


2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Duncan McClain "' 


( ( ( ( 




4 


' < I ( 


2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


William Johnson 


a (( 




4 


' ( >l 


2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Uriah Chamberlin 


i ( ( t 




4 


<• It 


2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Enoch Brown 


1 1 ( i 




4 


i < 1( 


2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


David Hazeltine 


* 4 i I 




4 


* * (. 


2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Pelatiah Bliss 


i 1 t ( 




4 


" ' < 


2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Benjamin Davies 


i ( ( ( 




4 


> ( (1 


2.16.8 


270 


3.1f». 2 


David Read 


<i c. 




4 


it Ci 


2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


John Orr 


k < ( f 




4 


(i 4 ( 


2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


James Orr 


( c k^ 




4 


<> 11 


2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


John Ormond 


.1 




4 


11 <( 


2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


David Whittier 


(• u 




4 


11 11 


2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Peter Johnson 


a it 




4 


11 11 


2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Zumenick Indian 


hi it 




4 


1 ( (1 


2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 



54 



STATE OF VERMONT 





Time of 


In service 


when 


Pr. 

month 




Wages due 


Names 


engage- 




dis- 


Miles 


with 








ment 


Mos. 


days 


charg'd 




milage 


John McClarin 


Sept. 23 




4 


Oct. 27 


2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Alexander Thompson 


11 > < 




4 




2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Jonathan Martin 


( ( It 




4 




2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Ichabod Collins 


a i i 




4 




2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


James McLaughlin 


^i a 




4 




2,16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Patrick Kannady 


a Ck 




4 




2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


William Mitchell 


>i . 1 ( 




4 




2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Ephraim Martin 


<( t ( 




4 




2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Joseph Taylor 


it ti 




4 




2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


George Gregg 


( ( « ( 




4 




2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


James Bayley 


it (1 




4 




2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Benjamin Martin 


(( II 




4 




2.] 6. 8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Josiah Page 


.1 11 




4 




2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Jonathan Fowler 


1 < 11 




4 




2.16.8 


270 


3.19, 2 


Dudley CarJeton 


11 It 




4 




2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


William Wallace 


»i i 1 




4 




2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 


Ephraim Bayley. 


11 1 ( 




4 




2.16.8 


270 


3.19. 2 




/:i53.15.10 



Lawful money. 

Frye Bayley, Capt. 

State of Vermont. Bennington, June 13, 1778. The within 
Pay Roll being examined is accepted by the Council and the Treas- 
urer is ordered to pay the same, which is ^^153.15.10 by order of 
Council. ' Thos. Chittenden. 

Treasurer's Office, Windsor, Feb. 21, 1783. Reed, of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order, being sixty-six pounds 
eight shillings and nine pence, lawful money, for and in behalf of 
Frve Bayley. 

' ^153.15.10 Neh. Lovewell, Jr. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



55 



[372] 



Capt. Joshua Ilazens Company^ 



Pay Roll of Capt. Joshua Hazen's Company of Militia, under 
the command of Col. Peter Olcott, in the service of Vermont 
State, from the time of engaging^ until their discharge by the com- 
manding officer of the Northern Department. 1777. 



Names 


Entered 
service 


Days 


p, 
month 


Total 
wages 


Miles 


Joshua Hazen, Capt. 


Sept. 


23 


34 








Richard Wait, Lt. 


** 


(t 


34 








Stow 

Saml. How Savage. Ensign 


C( 




34 








Paniel Spooner " 


" 




84 








Eben'' Hoisington, Sergt. 


t ( 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


David Wright 


1 ( 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


Nathan Call 


4' 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


John Grissel " 


(< 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


Edmund Harvey, Corpl. 


< ( 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


Benj. Skinner " - 


( t . 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


Abijah Lanfere, Fifer 


<4 




34 


2.10 


2.16.H 


18 


Benj Bell 


i i 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


David Brewster 


X 




34 


2.10 


3.16.8 


18 


Erastus Chapman 


(i 




84 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


Edward Grannis 


i i 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


John Smead 


t < 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


James Dunfee 


<( 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


Thomas Vaill 


<i 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


Thomas Hunter 


« i 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


Warren Cottle 


1 1 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


William Powers 


* ( 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


Jehiel Bobbins 


( . 




84 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


Solomon Hazen 


. 4 k 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


Luke Lanfere 


. c 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


Hezekiah Hazen 


* i 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


Anthony Sheldon 


4 * 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


Thomas Barrit 


II 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


Asa Taylor 


(• 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


William Patterson 


i i 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


John Dunbar 


<( 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


Zimri. Luce 


i t 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


John Billings 


<( 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


Joseph March 


t ( 




84 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


John W. Dana 


1 C 




34 


■2.i0 


2.16.8 


18 


J onathan Burt 


(4 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


Joseph Barrit 


(i 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


Ignatius Sprague 


(. 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


Nathl. Throop. 


(> 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


Thomas Hunt. 


1 ( 




34 


2.10 


2.16.8 


18 


Solomon Kent. 


>< 




84 


2.10 
Due 


2.16.8 


18 




£rm. 6.4 





Joshua Hazen, Capt. 



56 



STATE OF VERMONT 



In Council, Bennington, June 12, 1778. The within Paj^ Roll 
accepted and approved, the sum of which is one hundred and 
thirty-six pounds four shillings, which sum the Treasurer is di- 
rected to pay per order of Council. Thomas Chittenden, Gov'' 

Reed. Windsor, Oct. 26, 1778, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, One 
hundred and thirty-six pounds four shillings in full for this pay- 
roll, for and in behalf of Capt. Joshua Hazen. 

Elkanah Sprague 

[236] l^Capt. Abel Marsh's force engaged in transporting flour'\ 

A Return of Men and Horses em-ployed by Capt. Abel Marsh 
in carrying Flour from Connecticut River to Battenkill for the use 
of the Northern Army, by order of Jacob Bayley , P. [B] D. G.* 
13th. Oct. 1777. 



Names 


Days 


No. 
horses 


Miles 


Pr. day 


Total 


Joseph Marsh 


15 




140 


0. 4.0 


3. 0.0 


Nathan Howling 


15 




140 


0.12.0 


9. 0.0 


Josiah Lamb 


9 




140 


0.12.0 


9. 0.0 


John Strong 


9 




80 


0.12.0 


5. 8.8 


Joseph Safiord 


9 




80 


0.12.0 


5. 8.8 


W"^ Powers 


10 




80 


0.12.0 


5. 8.8 


Oliver Kidder 


10 




- 120 


0.16.0 


8. 0.0 


Israel Burlingame 


10 




120 


0.16.0 


8. 0.0 


Jerathmel Powers 


10 




120 


0.12.0 


6. 0.0 


Roger Bates 


10 




120 


0.12.0 


6. 0.0 


Saml. Scott 






120 


0.12.0 


6. 0.0 


Elijah Masson 


6 




120 


0. 4.0 


2. 0.0 


James Bnrch 


9 




80 


0.12.0 


3 12.0 


Elkanah Sprague 


15 




80 


0.12.0 


5. 8.0 


Zebulon Lyon 


15 




340 


0.12.0 


9. 0.0 


Eldad Hubbard 






140 


0.12.0 


9. 0.0 


Joel Marsh 


16 




140 


0. 4.0 


3. 0.0 


Roswell Morgan 


16 




160 


0.12.0 


9.12 


Leut. Benton (?) 






160 


0.1 2v0 


9.12.0 


Joshua Spear 






160 


0. 4.0 


3. 5.4 


Levi Baldwin 


16 


^ 


160 


0. 4.0 


3. 5.4 


Elijah Smalley 


16 




160 


0.12.0 


9.12.0 


Abner Howard 






160 


0.12.0 


9.12.0 


Oliver Udal 






140 


0. 4.0 


3. 0.0 


Darius Sessions 






80 


0. 4.0 


1.16.0 


Peter Thatcher 






140 


0. 4.0 


3. 0.0 


Dau' Waterman 






140 


0. 4.0 


3. 0.0 


David Staton 


3 




45 


0.12.0 


1.10.0 


Nathl. Boardman 


3 






12.0 


1.16.0 


Joseph Hatch 


3 






12.0 


1.16.0 



Cash expended on the voige 



3,16.0=;^168. 2.8 



Attest 
'B. D. G. stands for Brigadier General? 



Abel Marsh. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



57 



This certifies that by the direction of Maj. Gen' Lincoln, I 
ordered the within supplies of flour, which was delivered to the 
commissary at Battenkiln, at the time within specified, when the 
baggage horses were discharged. 

Jacob Bailey, Brig. Genl. 

Pay Table Office. Charlestown, N. H., Oct. 25, 1781 
The within account examined, and there is allowed thereon 
seventy-eight pounds one shilling and four pence, lawful money 
and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Capt. Abel Marsh 
or the bearer. 

Timo. Brownson, ) 

Tho's Chandler, v Committee. 

John Strong, ) 

Rec'd of the Treasurer the contents of the above order in 
behalf of Capt. Abel Marsh 

Peter Olcott. 



[114] 



CaJ>t Abraham Salisbury's Company] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Ab™ Salisbury's Company on Otter Creek, 
raised in Clarendon by advice of committee of Safety and princi- 
pal inhabitants of the towns of Wallonford, Clarendon, Rutland, 
and Pittsford, on being alarmed by the enemy's coming to Pitts- 
ford, taking some prisoners and plundering some houses. Capt. 
Salisbury's Company came to Pittsford Oct. 17, 1777 — went away 
the 28th of the same month. 



Names 


Entered 


Dis- 
charged 


Pr. 

month 


Total 




1777 








Capt. Ab"" Salisbury 


Oct. 17 


Oc. 23 


2.10 


0.12. 6 


" Thomas Sawyer 


17 


23 


2.10 


12. 6 


Sergt. Joseph Smith 


17 


23 


2 10 


12. 6 


" Zedediah Jackson 


17 


26 


2.10 


0.17. 4 


" Jabez Weaver 


17 


23 


2.10 


0.12. 6 


" Zebediah Green 


17 


23 


2.10 


0.12. 6 


Clk. Asahel Blanchard 


17 


23 


2.10 


1. 1. 6 


Sylvanus Brown 


17 


23 


2.10 


0.12. 6 


Noel Potter 


17 


25 


2.10 


0.18. 9 


Abn^ White 


17 


%'> 


2. 10 


0.12. 6 


Saml. Waters 


17 


23 


2.10 


0.18. 9 


Thos. Tuttle 


17 


23 


2.10 


0.12. 6 


Jacob Partridge 


17 


23 


2.10 


0.12. 6 


Ne'^ Angell 


17 


23 


2.10 


0.12. 6 


W^ Cox 


17 


25 


2.10 


18. 9 



58 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


Entered 


Dis- 
charged 


Pr. 
month 


Total 




1777 








Abel Spencer 


Oct. 17 


Oc. 23 


2.10 


0.12. 6 


Thos. Curtis 


19 


23 


2.10 


0. 8.11 


Edw'' Owens. 


17 


25 


2.3 


0.18. 9 


David(?) Niles 


17 


23 


2.10 


12. 6 


Tho^ Eddy 


19 


23 


2.10 


0. 8.11 


Levi Colvin 


17 


23 


2.10 


0.12. 6 


David Warner 


17 


21 


2.10 


0. 8. 9 


Benj Foster 


16 


20 


2.10 


0. 7. 


Oliver Arnold 


19 


23 


2.10 


0. 9. 


Jesse Place 


17 


23 


2.10 


0.12. 6 


John Squire 


17 


23 


2.10 


0.12. 6 


A. Arnah Brooks. 


17 


23 


2.10 


0.12. 6 


Peter Tarbox 


19 


23 


2.10 


0. 9. 


Nathan Place 


19. 


23 


2.10 


0. 9. 


Obadiah Gill. 


19 


28 


2.10 


1. 0. 9 


W°^ Rounds. 


17 


23 


2.10 


0. 9. 


Joseph Barker 


17 


25 


2.10 


0.16. 


Obadiah Edmunds. 


17 


23 


2.10 


0.12. 6 


Jona Edy 


17 


23 


2.10 


0.12. 6 


Silas Whitney 


17 


23 


2.10 


12. 6 


Silas Whitney, Jr. 


19 


23 


2.10 


0.12. 6 


Benj. Stevens, Jr. 


19 


25 


2.10 


0.12. 6 


James Stevens 


19 


23 


2.10 


0. 9. 


Jos. Williams. 


17 


23 


2.10 


0. 9. 


Joel Foster 


17 


25 


2.10 


0.16. 


Peter Edy 


17 


23 


2.10 


0.12. 6 


Mark Jeney 


17 


19 


2.10 


0. 5. 3 


Jonah Ives. 


17 


23 


2.10 


0.12. 6 


Needham Drury 


17 


28 


2.10 


1. 1. 6 


Azariah Brooks 


17 


23 


2.10 


0.12. 6 


James Rounds. 


19 


23 


2.10 


0. 9. 


Mathew Cox 


19 


26 


2.10 


14. 3 


Noah Bush 


17 


28 


2.10 


1. 1. 6 


Aaron Bush 


23 


28 


2.10 


0. 9. 


Wallis Sutherland 


17 


21 


2.10 


0. 9. 


Nathl. Shelton 


17 


26 


2.10 


0.17. 6 


Eben'' Cooley 


17 


25 


2.10 


0.16. 


James Edmonds 


17 


25 


2.10 


16. 


Daniel Stevens 


19 


21 


2. It) 


0. 5. 3 


Abel Stevens 


19 


24 


2.10 


0.10. 9 


Saml. Wi\liams. 


20 


28 


2.10 


15. 9 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



59 



Names 


Entered 


Dis- 
charged 


Pr. 

month 


Total 


Joseph Jackson 
Ezekiel Clark. 
Jarnes Smith 
Elihu Allen. 


1777 

Oct. 19 

19 

19 

19 


Oc. 20 
21 
21 
21 


2.10 
2 10 
2.10 
2.10 


0. 3. 6 
0. 5. 3 
0. 5. 3 
0. 5. 3 




;^37. 7.11 



Nov. 9, 1779. This day personally appeared Capt. Abraham 
Salisbury and made solemn oath to this account before me. 

Neh. Angell, Justice of Peace 

To His Excellency Thomas Chittenden Esq., Governor and to 
the Honorable Council. Please to pay this account to M'' Asahel 
Blanchard. Ab™ Salisbury, Capt. 

Nov. 12, 1779. This roll examined and approved and the 
Treasurer is directed to pay the same, which is thirty- seven pounds 
seven shillings and eleven pence. 

Thos. Chittenden. 

To I. Allen, Esq., Treasurer. 

Nov. 15, 1779. Reed, in full of I. Allen. 

;^87.7.11 

[151] 



Asahel Blanchard. 



l^Scou^s senf out from Woodsiock\ 

A Roll of the Men that scouted from Woodstock in the 
year 1777. 



Names 


Days out. 


Names 


Days out 


Charles Killam • 


2 


Eben'- Call. 


3 


Saml. Pratt 


2 


Timo Knox 


4 


Billy Gray. 


2 


Joseph Call. 


4 


John Sanderson 


2 


Eben'' Crain 


4 


William Smith 


2 


Isaac Hoisington 


4 


Jona. Farnsworth. 


2 







Joseph Darling. 


2 


Total 


36 


Phineas Powers; 


3 







Woodstock, Oct. 



1 rv 1 rVrVD 
i ( , 1 ( < O. 



Phineas Williams, Capt. 
of s*' Town. 



60 



STATE OF VERMONT 



The above men found themselves the time out 36 days at 12 / 
per day makes ;^21.12.0. 

Your committee appointed to settle and adjust acc'^ having- 
])erused the within account and adjusted the same at 12 / per day, 
do find due on the same ;^21.12.0. 



Paul Spooner ) „ 
Benj. Emmons j" ^° 



mmittee. 



To Ira Allen, Esq. Treasurer. You are hereby directed to pay 
Capt. Phineas Williams the within account, it being twenty-one 
pounds twelve shillings. 

Thos. Chittenden. 

Reed. Windsor, Oct. 22, 1778 of Ira Allen, Treasurer, twenty- 
one pounds twelve shillings in full for this order. 

^21.12.0 Phineas Williams. 



[250] 



[Two Officers who had been taken prisoners\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Frye Bayley and Lieut. Nehemiah Love- 
well, while in captivity, sent [with] Flag by the Hon. Maj. Genl. 
Gates, in the month of December, 1777. 



Names 



Frye Baylej', Capt. 
Neh. Lovewell, Lt. 



Months 

in 
service 



12 
12 



Waeres 

pr. 
month 



8.0.0 
5.8.0 



Amt. of 
rations 



24.0.0 
12.0.0 



Amt. pay 

and 

rations 



120.0.0 
77.6.0 



Cash 
reed, in 
Jan. 1779 



96. 0.0 
64.16.0 



Balance 



Bennington, Feb. 2, 1782. Personally appears before me 
Lieut. Nehemiah Lovewell and makes solemn oath that the above 
account is just and true, and that he received for the above account 
from the United States in the month of Jan. 1779 the sum of sixty- 
four pounds sixteen shillings continental money and no more. 

Isaac Tichenor, Justice of Peace. 

State of Vermont. In Genl. Assembly, Feb. 22, 1782. 

Resolved, That the Committee of Pay Table be directed to allow 
the sum of twenty-four pounds to Capt. Frye Bayley and Lt. Nehe- 
miah Lovewell, the sum of twelve pounds lawful money, being for 
rations due to them as per the within acct. and that an order be 
drawn upon the Treasurer accordingly. 

Attest. Roswell Hopkins, Clerk. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, 22 Feb. 1782. The above 
account being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



Gl 



unto Lt. Nehemiah Lovevvell the sum of twelve pounds, agreeable 

to the above resolve. 

Nathl. Brush ) n^^^;.^^^ 
^. T^ > Lommittee 

Timo. Brownson ) 

Treasurer's Office, Feb. 20, 1783. Reed, of Ira Allen. Esq. 
Treasurer, the contents of within order, being thirty-six pounds 
lawful money, for myself and in behalf of Capt. Frye Bayley. 

Nehemiah Lovewell Jr. 

[82] 

A Pay Roll of Men raised in an Alarm to defend the frontiers 
of this State. 





Commence- 


Days in j.. 
service 








Names 


ment of 


scharged 


Doll's 


£. s. d. 




pay 










Dauiel Smith 


Mar. 9 


9 ]\ 


lar. 18 


9 


2.14.0 


Elisha Wright 






9 


C <( 


9 


2.14.0 


Jared Post 






9 


( i i 


9 


2.14.0 


Nath. Perry 






9 


t C< 


9 


2.14.0 


Jonathan Eowley 






9 


i ( ( 


9 


2.14.0 


Matthew Cox 






9 




9 


2.14.0 


Johel Smith 






8 


17 


8 


2. 8.0 


John Williams 






8 


17 


8 


2. 8.0 


James Hopkins. 






9 


18 


9 


2.14.0 


Joseph Williams 






9 


li t » 


9 


2.14.0 


John Stearns 






8 


17 


8 


2. 8.0 


Silas Rood 






8 


1 (i 


8 


2. 8.0 


Timothy Bishop, 






7 


16 


7 


2. 2.0 


Absalom Talor. 






9 


18 


9 


2.14.0 


Christopher Kenyon 






9 


ii (1 


9 


2.14.0 


Jesse Place. 






9 


i< II 


9 


2.14.0 








;^41. 8.0 



The above pay roll is just and true in all its parts, without 
fraud to the State or any individual. 

Thos. Sawyer, Captain. 

The within pay roll examined and approved, and the Treasurer 
is ordered to pay the same, which is forty-one pounds, eight 
shillings. 

^41.8.0 Thos. Chittenden. 

Reed. Dec. 28, 1778 of Ira Allen, Treasurer, the contents of 
this roll, which is forty one pounds eight shillings. 

?"■ me. 

Thos, Sawyer, Captain. 



62 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[251] 



[^Capt Daniel Comsfock's Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Comstock's Company for two days service, 
done in April 1778, by order from Governor Chittenden. 



Names 


Entered 
service 

April 22 


Whei 
^ dis- 
charge 


' No. 
^ days 


Pr. 

r^onth 


Total 
8.4 




Capt. Daniel Comstock 


April 2 


3 2 


2.10.0 


. [These (t^7o) linea 
f appear to be erased 
r in tha ori/inal BoU. 
) C. L. Knapp.] 


Lt. Eli Brownson 


'* '* 




2 


2.10.0 


0.3.4 


Sergt. John Lee 


t t i £ 




2 


do 


8.4 




'• Samuel Hoit 


t V t * 




2 


do 


3.4 




Corrl. John Burnam 


( t < ( 




2 


do 


3.4 




Benj. Lewis 


(t «» 




2 


do 


3 4 




Benj. GriflSn 


I ( <• ( 




2 


do 


3.4 




Ebene. Murray- 


a I c 




2 


do 


3.4 




Amos Chipman 


4 t ( t 




2 


do 


3.4 




Beuben Parks 


I ( It 




2 


do 


3.4 




Daniel Barber 


C C <l 




' 2 


do 


3.4 


^ 


Ichabod Bartlett 


i( if 




2 


do 


3.4 




Jed'' Bingham 


* ( < 1 




2 


do 


3.4 




Ebene. Bradley 


a t i 




2 


do 


3.4 




Ebene. Lee 


t ( it 




' 2 


do 


3.4 




Gilbert Bradley 


t ( * < 




2 


do 


3.4 




Zerah Payne 


t ( (I 




t o 


do 


3.4 




Benj. Bradley 


t ( t c 




' 2 


do 


3.4 




Jona. Hoit 


(i (* 




2 


do 


3.4 




Jona. Wright 


k < 4 ( 




2 


do 


3.4 




• 










;^3.0.0 





I do certify the above roll to be just and true. 

Daniel Comstock, Capt. 

The within Pay Roll examined and approved, and the Treas- 
urer is ordered to pay the same to Capt. David Comstock, which is 
three pounds. 

Thos. Chittenden. 



Arlington, Nov. 20. 1778. Reed, of Ira Allen, Esq., Treasurer, 
by the hand of John Fassett, the within contents. 

Danl. Comstock, Capt. 



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63 



[542 J [^Capt. Solomon Cush?nan's Company\ 

A Muster Roll of part of Capt Solomon Cushman's Company 
in the Battalion of forces in the service of the United States com- 
manded by Col. Timothy Bedle, 1778. 



i 1. April Capt Solomon Cushman 
Appointed •< Do iJo 1 Lieut Elias Stevens 
/ Do Do 1 



No. 


Appointed 




Sergeants 


Term 


Remarks 


• 








for 1 year 




1 


April 1'^* 


8 


Azel Spalding: 


^do 




2 


Do 


] 


Jeremiah Persevel 


do 




3 


Do 


1 


Gershom Morse 


do 




1 


Corporals Do 


8 


Joshua Speer 


do 




3 


Do 


8 


Elijah Baldwin 


do 




3 


Do 


8 


Ely White 
fife 


do 






Do 


1 


Phinehas Parkhurst 


do 






Inlisted 




privates 






1 


April 


10 


William Annable 


do 




2 


do • 


1 


Elisha Brown 


do 




3 


do 


1 


Silvester Bugbee 


. do 


Filed 


■ 4 


do 


1 


Eleazer Cushman 


do 


"Capt. Cushman's 


5 


do 


1 


Nehemiah Closson 


do 


Muster Roll in 


6 


do 


1 


Barjonas Dammon 


do 


my Detachment 


7 


do 


8 


Solomon Hazen 


do 


at Albany 1778." 


8 


do 


8 


John Kent 


do 




9 


do 


1 


Daniel Lovejoy 


do 


The following is 


10 


do 


1 


Job Morse 


do 


written on Roll 


11 


do 


7 


Azal Perseval 


do 


in red ink : — 


12 


do 


1 


William Porter 


do 


"reed 28"' March 


13 


do 


1 


Thomas Savage 


do 


1820— with loose 


14 


do • 


1 


Elkna Sprague 


do 


papers foun draf- 


15 


do 


1 


John win troop 


do 


ter the mail was 


IG 


do 


8 


Solomon White 


do 


robbed." 



Albany, July 30. 1778. Mustered then part of Capt. Solomon 
Cushman's Company as specified in the above Roll. 

Richard Lush, Dep>" M. M. 

Present 1 Capt. 1 Lieut. 3 sergts. 3 Corporals— 1 fife — 16 pri- 
vates 

We 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 our best knowledge. 

Solomon Cushman Capt. 



64 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Sworn before me at Albany this 

Secy's Office, Concord, N. H., July 23, 1845 



day of July 1778. 

John Stark B. G. 



A true copy. 



Attest, 



Thomas P. Treadwell, 

Secretary of State. 



[8] 



[CapL Isaac Clark's Company^ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Isaac Clark's Company of Militia, raised 
by order of Major General De la Fayette, for the defence of the 
frontiers and on Lake Champlain, to receive additional pay from 
the State of Vermont. 



Namks and Rank 


Entered 
service 


Dis- 
charged 


Days 


Total 




1778 








Capt. Isaac Clark. 


Mar 2 


May 2 


60 


12. 0.0 


Lt. Ethan Pier 








t, i ( 


( . 


8. 2 


" Nathl. Holmes. 








1 ( t 


> i 


8. 2.0 


Serg.. Maj. Jas. Smith 








1 ( 1 


I i 


4. 0.0 


" Eben' Wood. 








t ( . 


I i 


4. 0.0 


" Benj. Holmes. 








t ( ( 


( i 


4. 0.0 


" Saml. Royce 








i I » 


( ( 


4. 0.0 


" Peter Mclntyre 








( 1 ( 


( > 


4.16.0 


Corpl W"' Ashley. 








( 1 1 


i (, 


4. 0.0 


" Jos. Lawrence 








1 < 1 


( 1 


4. 0.0 


" Caleb Matteson 








( t ( 


t ( 


4. 0.0 


Edward Turner 








. ( ( 


> < 


4. 0.0 


Drum'^ Richd, Bentley. 








( 1 1 


( ( 


4. 0.0 


Fifer Stephen Savy 








t ( 1 


i i 


4. 0.0 


Phinehas Rysley. 








( t ( 


4 1 


4. 0.0 


John Train 








i i ( 


( 1 


4. 0.0 


Sylvanus Brown 








i t ( 


i i 


4. 0.0 


Moses Kent' ■ 








( i i 


I ( 


4. 0.0 


Onesimus Risden 








I 4 i 


( ( 


4. 0.0 


Perley Howlett 








( 1, 1 


( ( 


4. 0.0 


Nathl. Whitney. 








I t ( 


1 i 


4. 0.0 


Nathan Perry. 








t ( ( 


i i 


4. 0.0 


Noah Beach 








( I 1 


1 i 


4. 0.0 


Asa Hale 








I k f 


i ( 


4. 0.0 


Frederick Cushman 








( ( ( 


( ( 


4. 0.0 


Chapman Holley. 








1 ( 1 


( i 


4. 0.0 


Adonijah Montague 








( t < 


1 1 


4. 0.0 


Zebadiah Green 








( ( 1, 


( ( 


4. 0.0 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



65 



Names and Bank 



Entered 
service 



Dis- 
charged 



Days 



Total 



Josiah Ed4y. 
John Fuller. 
James Bates 
James Brock. 
Jehoshaphat Holmes. 
Silas Jerads 
Reuben Post 
Saml. Blakeley. 
Eleazer Mallory 
Oliver Herman. 
Jona. Marshall 
John Odale 
Felix Menter 
Bethuel Tubbs 
Henry Matteson 
Alex" Berr 
Jerem^ Clark 
Esquire Wood 
Alfred Hathaway. 
James Ewing 
Elisha Smith 
Pliny Smith 
Tharis Boice 
John R. Blanchard 
Gideon Allen 
Daniel Judd 
Isaac Pollard 
Graham Hurd 
Solomon Hopkins 
Clement Clark. 
John Andrus. 



1778 
Mar 2 



May 3 



60 



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. 



0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
00 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 



^253. 8.0 



State of Vermont, May 25, 1778. To Ira Allen Esq., Treas- 
urer. 

Sir, Pay to Capt. Isaac Clark the sum of two hundred and 

three pounds, eight shillings, lawful money, tog-ether with fifty 

pounds that he has already received, will make the amount of the 

above roll. This and his receipt hereon shall be to you a sufficient 

warrant. ^, . 

[5] Thos. Chittenden. 



66 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Treasurer's Office, Arlington, May 28, 1778. ReCd. of M. Lyon, 
Ast. to Ira Allen Esq., Treasurer, two hundred and fifty-three 
pounds, eight shillings lawful money, being the amount of the 
above roll. 

;^258.8 Isaac Clark, Capt. 



[294, see next roll] \^Detachment ufider Capt. Nathan Smith'] 

An Account of a Detachment under the command of Capt, 
Nathan Smith, finding themselves provision, when called to assist 
Capt. Eben'' Allen in the month of April, 1778 — thirty-six men 
finding themselves, five days, nineteen men finding themselves 
three days. Their names viz. 



William Sexton 
Reuben Rowley 
David Curtis 
Daniel Purdy 
Daniel Alb)'' 
Isaac Marks 
Cephas Kent 
Andrew Lovejoy 
Truman Powell 
Nathan Rowley 
Solomon Soper 
Jonathan Allen 
John Roberts 
Benj. Mclntyre 
Warren Barlow 
Zebediah Day 
Abijah Dunning 
George Olds 



Isaac Underbill 
Joseph Mclntyre 
Charles Collins 
Wm. Brumley 
John Sawyer 
Richard Mclntyre 
Benj. Vaughn 
W" Roberts 
Nathan Sprague 
Obadiah Allen 
Mr. Randle (Randel) 
Benj. Purdy Jr. 
Jon'^ Page 
Bethuel Brumley 
Martin Barber 
Isaac Reynolds 
Jonathan Ormsby 
Reuben Baker 



Timo. Soper 
Philip Mead 
Lorin Larkins 
Jacob Odle 
Isaac Whelpeley 
Philip Reynolds 
Stephen Smith 
Daniel Johns 
W™ Beedle 
Abel Bristo 
Nathl. Bostwick 
W"" Drew 
Stephen Mead 
David Hutchinson 
Benj. Huntley 
Timo. Mead 
German Bullis 
Gideon Warren 
Thos. Barney 



The above account examined and allowed each man for each 
day six shillings which amounts in the whole to seventy-one 
pounds two shillings, and the Treasurer is ordered to pay the 
same. 

Thos. Chittenden. 

Reed. Treasurer's Office. Jan. 12, 1779, of Ira Allen. Treasurer, 
seventv-one pounds two shillings. 

;^71.2.0. Per me, Nathan Smith, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



67 



[66, see last roll] [^Detachment under Capt. Nathan Smith'] 

A Pay Roll of a detatchment under the command of Capt. 
Nathan Smith for services done to assist Capt. Eben'' Allen, April, 
1778 — made up at ;^2.10.0 per man per month. 



,-r When 
Na^es entered 


When dis- 


Days in 


Amount 


charged 


service 


of pay 


1 


778 








Sergt. W"" Sexton Aj 


dI. 23 


May 4 


12 


1. 0.0 


'' Reuben Rowley 




" 6 


14 


1. 3.4 


" David Curtis 




" 4 


12 


1. 0.0 


** Daniel Purdy ' 




(t (( 


12 


1. 0.0 


" Daniel Alby. 




Apl. 26. 


4 


0. 6.8 


Corpl. Isaac Marks ' 




May 4 


12 


1. 0.0 


Cephas Kent 




» fc 


. t 


12 


1. 0.0 


" Andrew Love joy. 




( t 


i i 


12 


1. 0.0 


" Truman Powel. ' 




fc s 


( ( 


12 


1. 0.0 


Nathl. Rowley. 




K C 


( i 


12 


1. 0.0 


Solomon Soper ' 


' 27 


( i 


14 


18 


l.ll.O 


Jonath" Allen 


' 23 


( K 


4 


12 


1. 0.0 


John Roberts 




i i 




12 


1. 0.0 


Benj. Mclntyre ' 




t ( 




12 


1. 0.0 


Warren Barlow ' 




( ( 




12 


1. 0.0 


Zedediah Day ' 




( i 




12 


1. 0.0 


Abijah Dunning * 




' ' 




12 


1. 0.0 


Isaac Underbill ' 




t ( 




12 


1. 0.0 


Joseph Mclntyre * 




( ( 




12 


1. 


Charles Collins ' 




( ( 




12 


1. 0.0 


W"" Brumbly. 








14 


1. 3.4 


John Sawyer ' 




( ( 




14 


1. 3.4 


Richard Mclntyre ' 




i 1 




12 


1. 0.0 


Benj. Vaughn ' 




t 4 




12 


1. 0.0 


W° Roberts 




( < 




12 


1. 0.0 


Nathl Sprague ' • ' 








12 


1. 0.0 


Matthew Randle ' 




i 




12 


1. 0.0 


Benj. Purdy Jr ' 




i 




12 


1. 


Jona. Page ' 




( 




12 


1. 0.0 


Obadiah Allen. 




' 




12 


1. 0.0 


Bethuel Brumley 




' 




12 


1. 0.0 


Martin Barber ' 




* 




12 


1. 0.0 


Isaac Reynolds ' 








12 


1. 0.0 


Jonathan Ormsby 








12 


1. 0.0 


George Olds. ' 








12 


1. 0.0 


Reuben Baker. ' 








12 


1. 0.0 



68 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 



When 
entered 



When dis- 
charged 



Days in 
service 



Amount 
of pay 



Barnet Born 
'Timothy Soper 
Philip Mead 
Lawrin Larkin 
Jacob Odell 
Isaac Whelpeley 
Philip Reynolds. 
Stephen Smith 
Daniel Johns 
W" Beadle. 
Abel Briston 
Nathl. Bostwic 
W™ Drew. 
Stephen Mead 
David Hutchinson 
Benj. Huntley. 
Timothy Mead 
German Ballis 
Gideon Warren 
Thos Barney 



1778 
Apl. 23 



May 4 
Apl. 25 



( > 
< 1 
( > 



( ( 

1 1 



1 1 



12 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

•^ 

o 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

o 
O 

3 
3 



1. 

0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 

0- 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 



0.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 



5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 



£^2. 2.8 



The above pay roll is just and true in all its parts, without 
fraud to the State or any individual. 

Test, 

Nathan Smith, Captain. 

The foregoing pay roll examined and approved and the Treas- 
urer is directed to pay the same which is fifty-two [sic] pounds two 
shillings and eight pence, to be paid to Capt. Smith or order. 

Thomas Chittenden 

Sir — Please pay this roll to John Fassett, Esq. 
To I. Allen, Esq., Treasurer Nathan Smith, Capt. 

Arlington, Nov. 19, 1778. 

Reed. Jan 19. 1779 of Ira Allen, Treasurer, forty-two pounds 
two shillings and eight pence in behalf of Capt. Smith. 

Pr. me, John Fassett. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



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STATE OF VERMONT 



[232] 



\Capt. William Hutchins' Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. William Hutchins' Company of Provincial 
Troops in the service of the United States of America, commenc- 
ing May 1st, ending Nov. 30, 1778. 



Names 



William Hutchins, Capt. 
Jacob Farman, Lt. 
Simeon Hatherway, Adjt. 
Jacob Rheubeck, Surgeon 
Arthur Aylesworth, 3nd. M"' 
Stephen Packson, Sert. M' 
Elon Lee, Drum Major 
Eichard Worden Sergt. 
Philip Matteson "' 
David Griswold " 
John Hutchins Corpl. 
Othniel Green 
Jona. Corah " 

Isaac Reynolds " 
Eber Bradley Fifer 
Jona. Atwood 
Samuel Baker 
Rufus Briggs 
Caleb Bennett 
Bernard Bottom 
Richard Biddlecom 
Asa Baker 
Moses Bump 
Nathan Cartwright 
Joseph Kellogg 
Lemuel Cleveland 
Stephen Cleveland 
Richard Colvin 
Oliver Carpenter 
Martin Dunning 
Ammi Fuller 
Benjamin Frost 
Richard Hemington 
Daniel Harrick 
Samuel Hopkins 
George Hill 
Levi Hill 
Frederick Jewett 
Joseph Lewis 
John Miller 
Nathl. Montague 
Joseph Norton 
William Popple 



Com- 


To what 


No. 


Pay per 
month 




mence- 
ment of 

pay 


time 
paid 


months 
paid 


Total 


1778 


1778 




^ 




May 1 


Nov. 30 


7 


12.0.0 


84. 


( ( i < 


1 ( 11 


7 


8.2. 


56.14 


ti t ( 


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7 


12. 


84. 


July 17 


IC 11 


4<fel5days 


18. 


81. 


May 1 


CC Cl 


7 


8 


56. 


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7 


3.8 


25.16 


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7 


3 


21. 


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21. 


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21. 


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7 


2. 


14. 


II (1 


11 Cl 


7 


2. 


14. 


II 11 


1 C Cl 


7 


2. 


14. 


1 ( <1 


CC II 


7 


2. 


14. 


CI II 


11 CC 


7 


2. 


14. 


(C 11 


Cl IC 


7 


2. 


14. 


1 ( CI 


1 C Cl 


7 


2. 


14. 


Ci 4« 


Cl Cl 


7 


2. 


14. 


11 <l 


C C It 


7 


2. 


14. 


IC (1 


II Cl 


7 


2. 


14. 


CI 11 


11 11 


7 


2. 


14. 


II 1 c 


11 11 


7 


2. 


14. 


C 4 c c 


1 ( c. 


7 


2. 


14. 


1 < II 


1 C 11 


7 


2. 


14. 


CI It 


Cl 11 


7 


2. 


14. 


11 II 


(1 Cl 


7 


2. 


14. 


11 11 


.1 CC 


7 


2. 


14. 


CI CI 


Cl 11 


7 


2. 


14. 


(1 Cl 


1 C (.i 


7 


2. 


14. 


11 1 c 


Cl CC 


7 


2. 


14. 


CC CI 


IC Cl 


7 


2. 


14. 


C C II 


11 1 c 


7 


2. 


14. 


1 < CI 


11 ii 


7 


2. 


14. 


1 C 11 


1 C II 


7 


2. 


14. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



73 





Com- 


To what 


No. 


Pay per 

month 




Names 


mence- 
ment of 


time 
paid 


months 
paid 


Total 




pay 












1778 


1778 








Ebene. Popple 


May 1 


Nov. 30 


7 


9. 


14. 


Benj. Parks 










7 


2. 


14. 


Caleb Pratt 










7 


2. 


14. 


Samuel Robbins 










7 


2. 


14. 


Ephaphras Ripley 






* 




7 


2. 


14. 


Roger Starkweather 










7 


2. 


14. 


Thomas Starkweather 










7 


2. 


14. 


Ezra Sweet 










7 


2. 


14. 


Asa Strong 










7 


2. 


14. 


William Tousley 










1 


2. 


14. 


Absalom Tupper 










7 


2. 


14. 


Joshua Wood 










7 


2. 


14. 


Andrew Weaver 










7 


2. 


14. 


Jacob Wheeler ■• 










7 


2. 


14. 


Eben. West 










7 


2. 


14. 






Killed 








Zeraah Pain 


( 


( <( 


May 26 


25 days 


2. 


1. 



Lawful money 



;^1150.4.0 



William Hutchins, Capt. 

The within Pay Roll examined and allowed each man fourteen 
pounds apiece except the five commission officers, which sum 
amounts to seven hundred and forty-three pounds fourteen shil- 
lings and eight pence, lawful money which the Treasurer is ordered 
to pay to Capt. William Hutchins. Thos. Chittenden, 

Then received of the Treasurer the 



Arlington, 7th Dec. 1778. 
above account. 



Wm. Hutchins, Capt. 



[348] . [Capt Thomas Sawyers Company'] 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Thomas Sawyer's Company of Provincial 
troops, from the dates of their several enlistments until discharged, 
commencing May 1st. and ending Nov. 30, 1778. 



Names 


Com- 
mence' 
of pay 


Time in service 


Dollars 


Dis- 
charged 


Total 




Mos. 


Days 




Capt. Thomas Sawyer 
Lt. Saml. Cambell 
Sergt. Nathl. Blau chard 
" Joseph Chandler 
" John Sawyer 
" Josiah Farnsworth 


May 1 
II 1 < 

K (1 
11 It 


7 

3 

7 

7 


4 

4 

27 
4 
4 


6.75 

6.75 
6.75 
6.75 


Nov. 80 

<i i< 
(. 1 . 
1 ( >i 
1 < 11 


14. 5.0 

7.16.0 

14. 5.4 

14. 5.4 



74 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 



Sergt. Gideon Allen 

Corpl. Matthew Randall 
" Joseph Famoth 
" Thomas Hinman 
" Charles Rice 

Drum' Bethel Brumley 

Fifer Nathan Rowley 

James Allen 

Robert Allen 

Nathan Allen 

Edward Allen 

Jehiel Andrus 

Martin Carber (Barber) 

William Brumley 

Tobe Chad ley (Chadsey) 

Parish Cobin 

Timo. Clark 

Francis Culver 

Saml. Cogswell 

Thomas Dewey 

Obadiah Edmunds 

Daniel Heard 

Eleazer Heard 

Aaron Tenney (Jenney) 

Enos Ives 

Nehemiah Kellogg 

John Moses 

Isaac Marks 

Jonathan Marshall 

Nathl. Newton 

Jonathan Rowley 

Stephen Squiers 

Noadiah Sawyer 

Nathan Sprague 

William Sutherland 

Niles Soper (Niels) 

Andrew'^Potter 

Joshua Reynolds 

Eber Rice 



Com- 


Time in service 




Dis- 
charged 


mence' 
of pay, 






Dollars 






Mos. 


Days 

4 


6.75 




May 1 


7 


Nov. c 


!0 


(I Ik 


7 


4 


6.75 








( ( it 


7 


4 


6.75 








i 1 t i 


7 


4 


6.75 








< C it 


7 


4 


6.75 








11 i i 


7 


4 


6.75 








it ( £ 


7 


4 


6.75 








t < ( c 


7 


4 


6.75 








(i (( 


7 


4 


6.75 








( < It 


7 


4 


6.75 








i ^ a 


7 


4 


6.75 








it li 


7 


4 


6.75 








t( < ( 


7 


4 


6.75 








i ( a 


7 


4 


6.75 








ic a 


7 


4 


6.75 








(C <i 


7 


4 


6.75 








( ( 4 < 


7 


4 


6.75 








t ( <i 


7 


4 


6.75 








( ( i ( 


7 


4 


6.75 








t i f k 


7 


4 


6.75 








( C (( 


7 


4 


6.75 








ti t c 


7 


4 


6.75 








t( C( 


7 


4 


6.75 








n ii. 


7 


4 


6.75 








a a 


7 


4 


6.75 








iC i% 


7 


4 


6.75 








(k » I 


7 


4 


6.75 








<t a 


7 


4 


6.75 








t4 n 


7 


4 


6.75 








1 C C( 


7 


4 


6.75 








1 1 t ( 


7 


4 


6.75 








( ( t 4 


7 


4 


6.75 








tt * ( 


7 


4 


6.75 








t C 4 i 


7 


4 


6.75 








H *i 


7 


4 


6.75 








i i ( t 


7 


4 


6.75 








ii a 


7 


4 


6.75 








li (( 


7 


4 


6.75 








(i It 


7 


4 


6.75 






1 



Total 



14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 



5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 



14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 



5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 



14. 5.4 
14. 5.4 



5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 



I £592.14.8 



Arlington, Dec. 28, 1778. The within Pay Roll examined and 
approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay five hundred and 
eighty five pounds four shillings and eight pence, which, together 
with ^7.10 already paid to Lt. John Sawyer, is ^592.14.8, the 
amount of this roll. Thos. Chittenden. 

Dec. 28, 1778. Reed, the contents of the above order, 
^592.14.8 Thos. Sawyer, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



75 



[303] 



[Capt Jesse Safford's Company\ 



Pay Roll of Capt. Jesse Safford's Company of Provincial Troops, 
from the dates of their several enlistments until discharged, both 
days included, commencing, the first of May and ending the 30th. 

Nov. 1778. 



• 


Com- 


Time of Service 


Dollars 


When 




Names 


mence- 
ment of 
pay 






per 
month 


dis- 
charged 


Total 




Mos. 


Days 




Jesse Safford, Capt. 


May 1 


7 


4 


40 


Nov 


30 


14. 5.4 


William Crook, Lt. 


July 25 


4 


6 


27 




4 ( 


14. 5.4 


James rietcher, Sergt. 


May 1 


7 


4 


6 1 




1 I 


14. 5.4 


Joseph Wood " 


. < 11 


7 


4 


6 " 




4 £ 


14. 5.4 


Amos Holbrook " 


July 25 


4 


6 


6 " 




( ( 


14. 5.4 


Amasa Powers, Corpl. 


May 1 


7 


4 


6 " 




( i 


14 5.4 


Nathan Billings " 


" " 


7 


4 


6 " 




( ( 


14. 5.4 


Wm. Anebil 


1 . ( ( 


7 


4 


6 " 




(( 


14. 5.4 


Joel Butler 


(> <> 


7 


4 


6 " 




C ( 


14. 5.4 


John Cnrtis 


. ( < ( 


7 


4 


6 " 




i i 


14. 5.4 


Wm. Bootmau 


ti i( 


7 


4 


(5 " 




4 k 


14. 5.4 


Asa Chedle 


( ( (< 


7 


4 


6 " 




( ( 


14. 5.4 


Adin Dike 


(t <i 


7 


4 


6 " 




( i 


14. 5.4 


Simon Davis 


i( i( 


7 


4 


6 " 




14 


14. 5.4 


Joseph Lull 


u . ( 


7 


4 


6 " 




(( 


14. 5.4 


J ohn Neil 


<t (t 


7 


4 


6 ♦' 




( i 


14. 5.4 


Ezra Perry 


f < 1 k 


7 


4 


6 " 




^i 


14. 5.4 


Kufus Root 


<1 ( t 


7 


4 


6 " 




6i 


14. 5.4 


Jeremiah Rust 


t ( <1 


7 


4 


6 " 




(( 


14. 5.4 


Jesse Slack 


t( i ( 


7 


4 


6 " 




( t 


14. 5.4 


Joel Smead 


« ( (( 


7 


4 


6 " 




4 ( 


14. 5.4 


Enezer Crain 


1 ( 11 


7 


4 


6 " 


Nov 


30 


14. 5.4 


John Lull 


(( 11 


6 


18 


6 " 




18 


14. 5.4 


Amos Slaton 


11 11 


6 


18 


6 " 




4( 


18. 8.3 


Asa Dutton (Duton) 


July 25 


4 


6 


6 " 




30 


8.12.4 


Silas Hayward 


( ( (t 


4 


6 


6 " 




(4 


8.12.4 


Abraham Hawkins 


{ ( ( ( 


4 


6 


6 " 




(( 


8.12.4 


Benjamin Lovejoy 


< ( (t 


4 


6 


6 " 




4 4 


8.12.4 


George Ray 


4 t 4 ( 


4 


6 


6 " 




( t 


8.12.4 


Reuben Robinson 


44 4 4 


4 


6 


6 " 




4 k 


8.12.4 


John Averill 


Sept. 2 


1 




6 " 


Oct 


2 


1. 0.0 


Thos. Read 


< 4 (4 


1 




6 " 


11 


4 C 


1. 0.0 


Moses Hale 


" 25 


4 


6 


6 " 


Nov. 


30 


8.12.4 




/;S74:.9.Q 



The v^ithin pay roll is just and true in all its parts, without 
fraud to the public or any individual. 

Test, Jesse Safford, Capt. 

The within'pay roll examined and approved and the Treasurer 
is ordered to pay on the same to Capt. Jesse Safford, three hundred 



76 



STATE OF VERMONT 



and fifty-nine pounds nine shillings and six pence, that, together 
with fifteen pounds he has received, will make the whole sum. 

Thos. Chittenden. 
To Ira Allen, Esq., Treasurer. 

Reed. Dec. 28, 1778, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, three hundred 
and fifty-nine pounds nine shillings and six pence in full of this r.oll. 

Per me, Jesse Safford, Capt. 

By a mistake in the within roll in the pay of John Averill and 
Thos. Read one pound to each man two pounds, which the Treas- 
urer is directed to pay. 

Thos. Chittenden. 



Reed. Dec. 28, 1778 of Ira Allen, Treasurer, two pounds, in 
full of this account. 

Per me, Jesse Safford, Capt. 

[131] \Detachment under Capt. Gideon Ormsby] 

Pay Roll of a Detachment of Col. G. Warren's Regiment under 
command of Capt. Gideon Ormsby for service done to guard the 
frontiers, by order of the Governor and Council — made up at ;^2.10 
per month. 



Names 


When 
entered 


Whe 
dis- 
charged 


Days 


Total 




1778 








Sergt. Cyprian Eastman 


June 5 


July 6 


22 


1.16.8 


Dan Kent 






22 


1.16.8 


Corp!. Amos Scott 






22 


1.16.8 


" Abel Bristol 






22 


1.16.8 


David Bates 






22 


1.16.8 


Seth Allen 




ik I t 


22 


1.16.8 


Benj. Bears 






22 


1.16.8 


Joshua Cousins 






22 


1.16.8 


German Bullis 


a < t 




22 


1.16.8 


Rice Beckwith 






22 


1.16.8 


Jared Boorn 






22 


1.16.8 


Reuben Baker 


i . ( t 




22 


1.16.8 


James Palmer 






22 


1.16.8 


Arra Rose 






22 


1.16.8 


Hezek"^ Towsley 






22 


1.16.8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



7T 







When 






Names 


When 
entered 


dis- 
charged 


Days 


Total 




1778 








Jona. Eastman 


June 5 


July 6 


22 


1.16.8 


Ashbel Sikes 


a i ( 






22 


1.16.8 


Stephen Eastman 


( ( 1 ( 






22 


1.16.8 


Selah Harmon 


I < a 






22 


1.16.8 


David Noble 


.( a 






22 


1.16.8 


Wm. Graves. 


it ( ( 






22 


1.16.8 


John W. Bostwick 


t ( i ( 






22 


1.16.8 


Eliphas Warner 


. « i( 






22 


1.16.8 


Benj. Monger 


11 1 1 






22 


1.16.8 


David Purdy 


( i t ( 






22 


1.16 8 


Saml. Larafire 


< ( a 






22 


1.16.8 


Walter Gage. 


June 13 






14 


1. 3.4 








;^48.16.8 



Manchester, Nov 2^, 1778. I do certify this roll to be just and 
true, without fraud to this State or any individual. 

Gideon Orrasby, Capt. 

The within pay roll examined and approved and the Treasurer 
is ordered to pay the same to Capt. Gideon Ormsby, which is forty- 
eight pounds sixteen shillings and eight pence. 

Thos. Chittenden. 



Reed, the 14''' of December 1778 of Ira Allen , Esq. the con- 
tents of the above order. Per me, 

Gideon Ormsby, Capt. 



73 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[188, see next roll] \Capt. Samuel Robinson's Cotnpany\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Samuel Robinson's Company of Militia, 
under the command of Lt. Col. Eben'' Walbridge, for twenty days 
service, commencing 15*^ June, 1778 ending 10*^ July, 1778, both 
days included. 



^ 


'hen 


When 


Com- 


No. of 


Pay per 

month 




Names en 


tered 


left 


mence* 


days 


Total 


Be 


rvice 


service 


of pay 


paid 




1 


778 


1778 


1778 








Judah Worden, Serg' Ju 


DC 15 


July 9 


June li 


5 24 


2.10.0 


2. 0.0 


Philip Green. do. ' 


t t ( 


>< (1 






24 


2.10. 


2. 0.0 


Daniel Kinsley do. ' 


i i ( 


" 10 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Daniel Wood, Corp' ' 


( i ( 


il 1 i 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Christopher Cartwright, do. ' 


( (> 


1 ( i 1 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Jeremiah Clark Jr., " * 


1 < ( 


" 9 






24 


2.10 


2. 0.0 


Oziah Perry ' 


1 (< 


<( << 






24 


2.10 


2. 0.0 


John Pooley 


C (t 


" 10 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Caleb Morgan ' 


t i ( 


il il 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Beuben Bennett ' 


1 ( ( 


'( t( 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Bussell Weaver ' 


( i i 


ii 1 1 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Tho» Phillips 


( 1 < 


ii il 


* 




25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Jacob Youngs 


1 1 ( 


1 ( i < 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


John Devon ' 


1 il 


<i 1 1 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Anthony Gassy (Coffy) ' 


t (i 


<< il 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Jona. Morgan ' 


C (i 


<i (( 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Elijah Wolcott 


( t( 


(t (I 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Caleb Reham * 


i 1< 


ii 1 1 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Simon Antisal ' 


( < ( 


(t II 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Joseph Hurd ' 


( t ( 


1 i Ik 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


James West ' 


1 <l 


" 9 






24 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Seth Bassett ' 


( <l 


(i » ( 






24 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Theophilus Harrington 


( ( t 


" 10 






24 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Nathan Ford 


( (1 


1 < II 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


William Howlit 


( <t 


" 9 






25 


2.10 


2. 0.0 


Eben' Corey 


1 t ( 


11 1 < 






24 


2.10 


2. 0.0 


James Bates ' 


< C( 


1 ( 1 < 






24 


2.10 


2. 0.0 


John Blakesley ' 


t (t 


<( i 1 






24 


2.10 


2. 0.0 


Ira Hawley ' 


1 1 < 


II < 1 






24 


2.10 


2. 0.0 


Sam' Follsom ' 


t ( f 


i C II 






24 


2.10 


2. 0.0 


Charles Everts ' 


1 i i 


i C i ( 






24 


2.10 


2. 0.0 


Sam' Griswold 


t 1 ( 


" 10 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Enoch Wood 


( (1 


II it 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Caleb Clark 


( i( 


1 C i ( 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Tho» Brow Jr. (?) 


( (t 


i ( II 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Roger Kinsley ' 


1 1 < 


II (> 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Sam' Chapins 


( << 


Ii (i 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Erastus Hathaway ' 


< 1 ( 


II (1 






25 


'2.10 


2. 1.8 


Levi Smith ' 


C 1 1 


II <1 






25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Asa Graves ' 


( <t 


" 9 






24 


2.10 


2. 0.0 


Chauncy Graves (or Chancy ' 


( 1 ( 


if i i 




t t . 


24 


2.10 


2. 0.0 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



79 





When 


When 


Com- 


No. of 


Pay per 




Names 


entered 


left 


mence' 


days 


Total 




service 


service 


of pay 


paid 


m\j±i vxi 






1778 


1778 


1778 








Jasper Olds 


June 15 


July 9 


June 15 


24 


2.10 


2. 0.0 


Joseph Lawrence 


(1 u 


ti 1 1 


1 1 11 


24 


2.10 


2. 0.0 


Farman (or Hamman) Law- 














rence 


(1 (1 


1 C II 


(1 II 


24 


2.10 


2. 0.0 


Sylvanus Brown 


t k It 


l> 11 


11 11 


24 


2.10 


2. 0.0 


Nathan Salsby 


1 ( < t 


" 10 


11 11 


25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Eufus Spencer 


(( (» 


11 (1 


11 .1 


25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Josiah Brig^s 


H 1 < 


(1 1 ( 


II 11 


25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Benaj*^ Webb 


1 < <1 


Ik 11 


li It 


25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Amasa Ellis (?) 


( ( It 


i< II 


II 11 


25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Sam' Horsfut 


<< <( 


II (t 


It 1 1 


25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Sam' Merryman 


l> 1 ( 


" 9 


■ 1 11 


24 


2.1U 


2. 0.0 


Daniel Hodgkinson 


1 < i( 


" 10 


11 II 


25 


2.10 


2. 1.8 


Henry Parker 


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" 9 


(1 11 


24 


2.10 


2. 0.0 


Aaron Hublall 


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II II 


24 


2.10 


2. 0.0 


Peter Averspors 


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24 


2.10 


2. 0.0 


Joseph Sweat 


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11 II 


24 


2.10 


2. 0.0 


Jofeeph Congdon 


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24 


2.10 


2. 0.0 


Stephen Fuller 


II II 




1 1 II 


24 2. 10 
Sum Total- 


2. 0.0 




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The foregoing pay roll is just and true in all its parts, without 
fraud to any individual or to this State 

Test. Samuel Robinson, Capt. 

The foregoing pay roll examined and approved and the 
Treasurer is ordered to pay the same to Capt. Samuel Robinson, 
which is one hundred and twenty pounds fifteen shillings. 

Tho^ Chittenden. 



18*^ Dec. 1778. Then received of Ira Allen Esq. the contents 
of the above order. 

Per me. Sam^ Robinson, Capt. 



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83 



[113] [ Scouts sent out from Windsor\ 

B^The State of Vermont D^ to the inhabitants of Windsor for 
scouting done from June to September in the year 1778, per 'order 
of Eben'' Woods, Major. 



Names 


Days 


Names 


Days 


Saml. Stow Savage, Lt. 


6 


Levi Bishop 


2 


Eben"^ Hoisington, En. 


2 


Joseph Moulton 


2 


Elnathan Strong, Sergt. 


9 


Joshua Slayton 


4 


Abel iJavis, " 


7 


Frederick Burnham 


2 


Matthew Patrick, Corpl. 


4 


Asa Wooster, Sergt. 


1 


Thos. Norton 


4 


Seth Bishop. 


1 


Eben'' Howard 


4 


John Lombard 


1 


Solomon Emmons. 


3 


Andrew Spear 


3 


W^ Smead 


3 


Jeremiah Bishop. 


3 


Thomas Cooper 


2 


Matthew Hammon 


2 


Silas Bannister 


2 


Jona. Kinsley. 


2 


Abel Adams 


2 




71 



Steel Smith, Capt. 

The committee having examined and adjusted the within ac- 
count, find due thereon forty-two pounds twelve shillings. 

X42 12 PaulSpooner ) p ee 

J^^^-^^-^ Benj. Emmons f '^^"^ 

To Ira Allen, Esq. Treasurer. You are hereby ordered to pay 
Capt. Steel Smith the within account, which amounts to forty-two 
pounds twelve shillings. Thomas Chittenden. 

Reed. Windsor, Oct, 23"^ 1778, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, the con- 
tents of this account, forty-two pounds twelve shillings. 

Per me, Steel Smith. 

[247] A Pay Roll of a Scout from Moretown July 1778. 



Names 


Days 


Pr. day 


Miles 


Miles 


Total 


John Barron, Capt. 
Ebene. Martin, Capt. 
Nathl. White, Lt. 


10 
10 
10 


6.8 
6.8 
4.3 


80 
80 
80 


4d 

4 
4 


4.13. 4 
4.13. 4 
3. 9. 2 




^^12.15.10 



John Barron, Capt. 



84 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Pay Table Office, Rutland, Oct. 24, 1784. The within Pay 
Roll being examined and approved, the Treasurer will pay the 
contents of the same to Maj. John Barron, for himself and said 
scout, being the sum of twelve pounds 15/10 lawful money. 

Timo. Brownson ) ^ 

>■ Committee 



Thos. Tolman 



Treasurer's Office, Rutland, Oct. 
the contents of the above order. 

;^12.15,10 



29. Reed, of the Treasurer 
John Barron. 



[26, dupl 369] [A Scout sent out by Capt. John Throop\ 

A Pay Roll of a Scout sent out by Capt. John Throop in the 
service of the United States, by order of Col. Joel Marsh, the 'num- 
ber of days being 7, the service done in the month of August and 
made up at 12/ per day. 



Names 



John Winchester Dana 
William Wilson 
Thomas Vale 



Days 



7 
7 
7 



Amt. 



4. 4.0 
4. 4.0 
4. 4.0 



;^12.12.0 



A true account certified by 

John Throop. Capt. 

Pomfret, Oct. 10, 1778. 

The committee appointed to examine accounts, having ex- 
amined the within account and adjusted the same at 12/ per day, 
find due thereon twelve pounds twelve shillings. Attest. 

Paul Spooner | (-Q^^ee 
Benj. Emmons ) 

Windsor, Oct. 22, 1778. To Ira Allen Esq. Treasurer. You 
are hereby ordered to pay Capt. Throop the within account, which 
is twelve pounds twelve shillings, 

Thos. Chittenden 

Rec'd Windsor, Oct. 24, 1778, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, twelve 
pounds twelve shillings in full. 

Pr me John Throop. 



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85 



[261] 



[Escort under James Bentley] 



A Pay Roll of a Party of Men under the command of James 
Bently in taking thirteen Tories in Monkton on their way to 
Canada, viz, Benj. Cole, and his party, and for bringing them 
before the committee at Neshobe [Brandon] and guarding them to 
Ticonderoga, 



Names 



Comdt. James Bentley 
Winchip Hoit 
John Bishop 
Richard Barnum 
Jehiel Gregory 

Rood 
Philip Foot 
Philip Foot, Jr. 
William Hopkins 
Samuel Blodgett 
Sidfous Blodgett 
James Bentley, Jr. 
Thos. Bentley 
Daniel Foot 
Israel Everest 
Solomon Story 

Noah Sperry (or Sheney or Strong) 
Elihu Webster 
Joseph Barker 
Timo, Barker 
Jesse Tuttle 
Oni Buck 



Days 


Pr. day 


12 


0.9.0 


1 


0.9.0 


12 


0.9.0 


12 


0.9.0 


12 


0.9.0 


6 


0.9.0 


6 


0.9.0 


12 


0.9.0 


12 


0.9.0 


12 


0.9.0 


12 


0.9,0 


12 


0.9.0 


12 


0.9.0 


12 


0.9.0 


12 


0.9.0 


12 


0.9.0 


12 


0.9.0 


2 


0.9.0 


5 


0.9.0 


5 


0.9.0 


3 


0.9.0 





0.9.0 



5. 
0. 
5. 
5. 
5. 



8.0 
9.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 



2.14.0 
2,14.0 
5. 8,0 



5. 

0. 

5. 
5. 

5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 



8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 



0.18.0 
2. 5.0 
2. 5.0 

1. 7.0 

2. 5.0 



^90. 9.0 



James Bentley, Capt. 



Oct. 3, 1778. Then personally appeared James Bentley signer 
to the above pay roll, and made solemn oath that the same is 
justly and truly charged, without fraud to the public or to any in- 
dividual. 

Before me, Thos. Chittenden, Gov. 



86 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Sir: — Please to pay the within named James Bentley, the con- 
tents of the within roll, which is ninety pounds nine shillings. 

Thos. Chittenden. 

Reed. Arlington, Oct. 3, 1778, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, ninety 
pounds, nine shillings lawful money, being the contents of the 
within Pay Roll. 

James Bentley, Capt. 



[229] 



\Lieut. Joseph Little's Company] 



A Pay Roll of Lt. Joseph Little's Company , Col. Marsh's Regi- 
ment, Oct. 10, 1778. 



Names 



Joseph Little, Ist Lt. 

Joshua Hallon,2nd " 

Jabez Sergeant, Ist. Sergt. 

John Bisbee, 2nd. " 

Simeon Spencer, 3rd. " 

Asa Grout, Ist. Corpl. 

James Atwood, private 

Nicholas Bragg do 

John Cass 

David Chubb 

"Wm. Dovener 

Moses Gile, Jr. 

Abner Gile 

Nathan Gile 

Samuel Hoar 

George Hall, Jr. 

John Hall 

Combs House 

Orsamus Holmes 

Wm. Kellogg 

Wm. McClellan 

Jeram. Powers ' 

Jesse Richardson 

Amos Sargeant 

Joseph Wright 

Ezra Sargeants, 2nd Corpl. 



Time of 


In service 


When 


Pr. 

month 


engage- 
ment 




dis- 
charged 








Mos. 


Days 






Aug. 16 




21 


Oct. 5 


3. 2.0 




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1 


21 






3. 2.0 




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1 


21 






2.10 




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1 


21 






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2.10 




( ( i 




21 






2.10 




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21 






2.10 




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2.10 




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2.10 




1 1 ( 




21 






2.10 




1 ti 




21 






2.10 




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21 






2.10 




1 i t 




21 






2.10 




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21 






2.10 




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21 






2.10 




1 ( ( 




21 






2.10 




( ( ( 




21 






2.10 




1 >i 




21 






2.10 




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23 






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1.15 




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21 






2.10 




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21 






1.15 




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23 






1.13.4 




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21 






2.10 




< i( 




21 






2.10 




1 i . 




21 






2.10 



Total 



4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 



5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
2.10.0 
4. 5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5. 
5. 



4. 

4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 



.0 
.0 



5.0 
5.0 



.0 
.0 
1.13.4 
1.15.0 
4. 5.0 
1.15.0 
1.18.4 
4. 5.0 
4. 5.0 
4. 5.0 

;^90.11.8 



Test. Joseph Little, Lieut. 

State of Vermont: In Council. Windsor, 12th Oct. 1778. The 
within Pay Roll examined and accepted, and Ira Allen Esq. Treas- 
urer of this State is hereby required to pay the same amounting to 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



87 



ninety pounds eleven shillings and eight pence to Lieut, Joseph 
Little or order, on demand. 

Pr. Thos. Chittenden. 

Springfield, Oct. 10, 1778. Mr. Ira Allen, Sir, Please to pay 
to Lieut. Samuel Scott the contents of this pay roll and you will 
oblige. Your humble servant. 

Joseph Little, Lieut. 

Reed. Windsor. March 12, 1778, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, ninety 
pounds eleven shillings and eight pence in full of the above ac- 
count, for and in behalf of Lt. Little. 

;!^90.11.8 Pr. me, Samuel Scott. 

[262] [Scoufs se?it out froin Woodstock^ 

A Roll of the Men's Names the [who] Scouted from Wood- 
stock in the year 1778. 



Men's Names 


Days 


Men's Names 


Days 


Billy Gray 
Jona. Kingsley 
Timothy Knox 


5 
5 
5 


Sylvanus Bennett 
Seth Fuller 
Oliver Williams 


4 
4 
5 




28 days. 



The above men found themselves [during] the time out [from] 
Woodstock. 

Oct. 17, 1778. Phineas Williams, Capt. , 

of said Town. 

28 days at 12/ per day makes ^16.16.0 

Your committee appointed to settle and adjust accounts, have 
perused the within account and adjusted the same at 12/ per day, 
do find due on the same ^16.16.0 

Attest, Paul Spooner \ Q^jj^ee 

Benj. Emmons [ 

To Ira Allen, Esq., Treasurer: You are hereby directed to 
pay Capt. Phineas Williams the within account, being ^16.16.0 

Thos. Chittenden. 

Reed. Windsor, Oct. 22, 1778, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, sixteen 
pounds sixteen shillings. 

Per me, Phineas Williams. 



88 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[260] 



[Capt. Joseph Briggs' Company^ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Joseph Brigg's Company of Militia, while 
in service of the United States of America, commencing the 1st. 
day of October, 1778 and ending the 24th. of November 1778. 





When 


When 


Pr. 

month 






Names 


entered 
service 


dis- 
charged 


Days 


Total 


"William Bates 


Oct. Ist 


Nov. 


24 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Lemuel Hubbell 


(( 1 ( 


1 ( 


1 1 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Winslow Perry 


(( ( ( 


1 < 


1 1 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Joseph Andrews (or Anseres) 


1 > 1 1 


( 1 


(1 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Jed'' [Judah?] Morrill 


(( (1 


1 c 


<c 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Caleb Fitch 


(1 (< 


(1 


1 1 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Moses Rice 


<( 1 ( 


II 


11 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Caleb Matteson 


C( 11 


<1 


C 1 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Nathan Ford 


• ( " 


11 


(1 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Ebene. Corey 


( ( (C 


l< 


1 1 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


John Foster 


1 ( (I 


C ( 


11 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Reuben Alebone (or Asebone) 


( ( (1 


11 


<> 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Seises Brookings 


1 ( tl 


1 1 


(1 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Elnathan Hunt 


C( (( 


'i 


l< 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Daniel Baker 


(« (1 


(C 


1 1 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Joseph (Jacob) Barnhart (Barn- 














hard) 


l( << 


II 


<c 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Lemuel Bottum 


1 i it 


<• 


(1 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Eliakim Perrey 


<1 (( 


II 


.1 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


John Porter 


ti a 


l( 


1 1 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


George Baker 


a <t 


It 


1 1 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Seth Rice 


( C ( ( 


1 c 


II 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Samuel Rynderls 


(C 1( 


II 


1 ( 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Theophilus Whealey 


<i ti 


II 


IC 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Reuben Bennet 


n n 


1 c 


f 1 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Jehel Hurd 


(1 (1 


(C 


1 c 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Silas Bennet 


(< ii 


<< 


II 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


William Henry 


(t 1 1 


II 


II 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Stephen Homes 


(( (1 


(1 


1 1 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


John Potter 


C( 11 


11 


1 c 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Joseph Beman 


\i (( 


11 


il 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Edward Ball 


1 < (( 


1 ( 


1 1 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


George Parker 


( ( (1 


II 


il 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


James West 


C( II 


<l 


1 1 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Roger (Bagger ?) Ladd 


11 1 < 


<1 


1 1 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Isaac Andias 


1 ( (1 


1 1 


1 1 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


William Poppel 


1 < II 


<l 


II 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Darius Moons 


<< <l 


1 < 


<c 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Jacob Donon 


1 < 1 ( 


<l 


1 . 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Jonathan Morgain 


(1 (1 


II 


11 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Alfred Hathaway 


11 II 


II 


it 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Daniel Beman 


1 ( If 


<l 


<l 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Edward Gibben 


1 ( CI 


11 


1 c 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 



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89 





When 


When 


Pr. 

month 






Names 


entered 


dis- 


Days 


Total 




service 


charged 






Thomas Brown 


Oct. Ist 


Nov. 24 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Joseph Wilebond 




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2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Benj. Carpenter 




li tc 


2.10-0 


54 


4.10.0 


William Williamson 




1 i 1 < 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Onesimus Risden 




<( t( 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Alexander Potter 




f i i( 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Stephen Sand 




ti <( 


2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Wm. Selleck 




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2.10.0 


54 


4.10.0 


Wm. Aylesworth 




Nov. 2 


2.10.0 


33 


2.15.0 


Jacob Hawley 




. ( ft 


2.10.0 


33 


2.15.0 


Billings Starkweather 




Oct. 28 


2.10.0 


28 


2. 6.8 


Isaac Grover 




11 i( 


2.10.0 


28 


2. 6.8 


Barnet West 




1 < t< 


2.10.0 


28 


2. 6.8 




;^237.10.0 



The foregoing Pay Roll is just and true in all its parts, with- 
out fraud to the public or any individual. 

Joseph Briggs, Capt. 

The foregoing Pay Roll examined and approved, and the 
Treasurer is ordered to pay the same to Capt. Joseph Briggs which 
is two hundred and thirty-seven pounds ten shillings. 

Thos. Chittenden. 

Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above order. Per 



Jos. Briggs, Capt. 



me, 
December 1778. 

;^237.10.0 

[70] \^fJeut. Solomon Sopers Company\ 

A Pay Roll of Lieut. Solomon Soper's Company of Militia for 
service done the United States in the months of October and 
November, 1778. 



Names 


Entered 


Discharged 


Days 


Amount 


John Roberts 
Dan Allen 
Pliny Smith 
John Sabins 
Reuben Stoddard 
Nathl. Smith 


Oct. 7. 1778 

( ( if 
( i ( f 
( ( ( L 

i i ( ( 


Nov. 20, 1778 


45 
45 
45 
45 
45 
45 


3.15.0 

3.15 

3.15 

3.15 

3.15 

3 15 



90 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


Entered 


Discharged 


Days 


Amount 


Daniel Ray 


Oct. 7, 1778 


Nov. 20, 1778 


45 


3.15 


Jeremiah Parker 


(( ( ( 






45 


3.15 


Elijah Barton 


• i it 






45 


3.15 


James Woodward 








45 


3.15 


Jesse Graves 








45 


3.15 


Hammon Lawrence 








45 


3.15 


Daniel Forbish 








45 


3.15 


William Graves 








45 


3.15 


Felix Menter 








45 


3.15 


Ichabod Dim mock 








45 


3.15 


Benjamin Bosto 








45 


3.15 


George Gage 




t 




45 


3.15 


Samuel Bailey 








45 


3.15 


Peter Powers 






( t I 


45 


3.15 


John Seely 




(» ( i 


45 


3.15 








^78.15 



The above pay roll is just and true in all its parts. 

Solomon Soper. 

The within pay roll examined and approved and the Treasurer 
is ordered to pay the same to Lt. Solomon Soper, which is seventy- 
eight pounds fifteen shillings. Thos. Chittenden 

19th Dec. 1778. Then received of the Treasurer the contents 
of the above order. 

Pr. me, Solomon Soper. 



[62] 



[Captain Gideon Ormsby's Coinpa7iy\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Gideon Ormsby's Company in Col. 
Warren's Regiment of Militia for service done the State of Vermont 
on alarm to the Northward, Nov 1778 at _;2^2.10.0 per month. 



Names 



Thomas Barney 
Robert Loggan 
John Smith 
Danl. Purdy 



When 
entered 
service 

Nov 7 



When 
dis- 
charged 

Nov 14 



Days in 
service 



Amt. of 
pay 



0.13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



91 



Names 


When 
entered 


When 
dis- 


Days in 


Amt. of 




service 


charged 


service 


pay 


Peletiah Soper 


Nov 7 


Nov 14 


8 


13.4 


Abel Bristol 








13.4 


William Bedel 








13.4 


William Dye 








13.4 


Rice Beckwith 








13.4 


Truman Powell 








13.4 


Christopher Roberts 








13.4 


Peter French 








13.4 


Reuben Purdy 








13.4 


Jona. Orrasby 








13.4 


George Olds 








13.4 


Stephen Harrick 








13.4 


John Roberts 








13.4 


Obadiah Allen 








13.4 


Stephen Smith 








13.4 


Gideon Barber 








13.4 


Jacob Odle 








13.4 


Phelix Powel 








13.4 


Joel Rose 








13.4 


Barnet Boorn 








13.4 


James Vaughn 








13.4 


Timoy Soper 








13.4 


Jesse Sawyer 




4 ( 




13.4 


Zadock Everest 








13.4 


Peleg Sutherland 


Nov 8 




7 


11.8 


Wallace Sutherland 


( , 






11.8 


Isaac Whelpley 








11.8 




^20.8.4 



Manchester, Dec 28. 1778. I do certify on honor that the 
within pay roll is just and true in regard to the state of the subjects, 
error of the pen excepted. 

Gideon Ormsby, Capt. 

The within pay roll examined and approved and the Treasurer 
is ordered to pay the same which is twenty pounds eight shillings 
and four pence. Thos. Chittenden. 

29th Dec. 1778. Rec*^ the contents of the above order. 

Per me, 

Gideon Ormsbee, Capt. 



I 



92 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[109] 



[Detachment under Capt. Stephen Calkins\ 



A Pay Roll of a Detachment under the command of Capt. 
Stephen Calkins for service done to assist Major Whitcomb. Nov. 
1778, made up at two pounds ten shillings per man per month. 



TV.T 


Entere 


;d When 


■r-~v 




Names 


servic 


e discharged 


Days 


Total 




1778 








Sergt. Daniel Bromley- 


Nov. 


S Nov. 13 


8 


0.13.4 


Luther Colvin 




( t ( t ( 


8 


0.13.4 


" Jona. Sprague 




( 1 ( (( 


8 


0.13.4 


" Joseph Day 




( < t 1 1 


8 


0.13.4 


Andrew Barton 




t t ( 1' ( 


8 


0.13.4 


Jonathan Sealy 




I 1( u 


8 


0.13.4 


Richard Latten 




< (( It 


8 


0.13.4 


Roger Williams 




( ( < ( ( 


8, 


0.13.4 


Peter Wilber 




t (1 t ( 


8 


0.13.4 


Richard Smith 




> « ( ( ( 


8 


0.13.4 


Zebina Day 




I 1 ( 1 ( 


8 


0.13.4 


Ezekiel Miles 




Nov 10 


5 


0. 8.4 


Bethuel Bromley 




t t ( i i 


5 


1. 8.4 


Stephen Williams 




( f ( ( ( 


5 


1. 8.4 


George Rounds 




Nov. 1 


2 


0. 3.4 


John Gaige 




( ( ( k ( 


3 


0. 3.4 


Amos Colvin 




i (( ( ( 


2 


0. 3.4 


Isaac Gaige 




t (( t ( 


2 


0. 3.4 
^9. 5.0 



March 3, 1779. The within payroll examined and approved 
and the Treasurer is ordered to pay the same to Col. Warren, which 
is nine pounds five shillings. 

To Ira Allen, Esq. Thos. Chittenden 



April 15, 1779. 
of the above order. 



Then received of the Treasurer the contents 

Per me, 

Gideon Warren. 



^9.5 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



93 



[359] 



\Capt. John Smith's Company^ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. John Smith's Company in Col. Warren's 
Reg^iment of Militia in the service of this and the United States, 
commencing Nov. 7, 1778, ending 13*^, both days included. 



Names 



Nathan Pratt 

Gideon Watkens (Walker) 

Saml. Williams 

Daniel Washburn 

Thos. Hale 

Ashbel Cook 

Daniel Squire 

Joseph Sacket 

Eben^ Cook 

David Tuttle 

John Forbes 

Josiah Hale 

Joel Foster 

Sylvanus Brown 

Frederick Cushman 

Stephen Williams 

Amos Hiams (Hiamo) 

Asa Fuller 

Daniel Greeno 

Isaac Cushman 

Jesse Kicter 

Gershom Beach 

Noah Beach 



Days 



I 

7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 

IV 

i 

7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 



pr 

month 



3.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 



Total 



0.11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
ILIO 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 



£ 13.12.2 



Asa Fuller, Lieut. 
Jan^ 28, 1779. The within pay roll examined and approved 
and the Treasurer is ordered to pay the same, which is thirteen 
pounds twelve and two pence. 

Thos. Chittenden. 

Date above reed, of Ira Allen, Treasurer the contents of the 
above order, which is thirteen pounds twelve shillings and two 
pence. P' nie, James Claghorn. 



94 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[318] \Capt. Zebediah Dewey's Company] 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Zebediah Dewey's Company in Col. 
Gideon Warren's Regiment of Militia in service of the United 
States of America, from the 7th day of November until the 14th. 
day of the same month, in the year 1778. 











p. 

month 


Ea- 


Amount 




Names 


Enterec 


i Left 


Days 


tions 


of 


Total 












due 


wages 






1778 


1778. 












James Brookins 


Nov. 7 


Nov. 14 


8 


2.10.0 


2 


13.4 


0.14. 6.2 


William Ward 


a »i 


" 14 


8 


2.10.0 


2 


13.4 


14. 6.2 


Nathl. Smith 


{( w 


" 14 


8 


2.10.0 


2 


13.4 


14. 6.2 


John Tilden 


<< >i 


" 14 


8 


2.10.0 


2 


13.4 


14. 6.2 


Johii Ashley 


(1 (( 


" 14 


8 


2.10.0 


2 


13.4 


14. 6.2 


Eben' Hyde 


4 t . ( 


" 14 


8 


2.10.0 


2 


13.4 


14. 6.2 


Thomas Ashley 


(t <l 


" 14 


8 


2.10.0 


2 


13.4 


14. 6.2 


Joseph Craw 


a (t 


" 14 


8 


2.10.0 


2 


13.4 


14. 6.2 


LeviThacher 


it i( 


" 14 


8 


2.10.0 


2 


13.4 


14. 6.2 


Leml. Hyde 


1 ( 1 ( 


" 14 


8 


2.10.0 


2 


13.4 


14. 6.2 


Saml. Allen 


> < (< 


" 14 


8 


2.10.0 


2 


13.4 


14. 6.2 


Seth Craw 


<« •< 


" 14 


8 


2.10.0 


2 


13-4 


14. 6.2 


Saml. Church 


<i <i 


" 14 


8 


2.10.0 


2 


13.4 


14. 6.2 


John How 


(' ' ' 


" 14 


8 


2.10.0 


2 


13.4 


14. 6.3 


Elijah Owen, Jr. 


i( ( ( 


" 14 


8 


2.10.0 


2 


13.4 


14. 6.2 


Elisha Owen 


(t ( ( 


" 14 


8 


2.10.0 


2 


13.4 


14. 6.2 


John Smith 


( « a 


" 14 


8 


2.10.0 


2 


13.4 


14. 6.2 


Daniel Headdy. 


Kl 11 


" 14 


8 


2.10.0 


2 


13.4 


14. 6.2 


Israel Thomas 


(1 (1 


" 14 


8 


2.10.0 


2 


13.4 


14. 6.2 


Absalom Baker 


11 a 


" 14 


8 


2.10.0 


2 


13.4 


14. 6.2 


Eben"^ Kellogg 


»i 11 


" 14 


8 


2 10.0 


2 


13.4 


14. 6.2 


Heber Allen 


11 Ci 


" 10 


4 


2.10.0 


2 


ti.8 


7.10.2 


John Grant 


11 K 


" 10 


4 


2.10.0 


2 


6.8 


7.10.2 


James. Smith 


(1 n 


" 10 


4 


2.10.0 


2 


6.8 


7.10.2 


Saml. Fletcher 


i( 1> 


" 10 


4 


2.10.0 


2 


6.8 


7.10.2 


Thomas Goodwin 


11 11 


'« 10 


4 


2.10.0 


2 


6.8 


7.10.2 


Elisha Ashley 


<1 11 


" 10 


4 


2.10.0 


2 


6.8 


7.10.2 


W" Ashley 


11 11 


" 10 


4 


2.10.0 


2 


6.8 


7.10.2 


Peter How 


11 1 < 


" 10 


4 


2.10.0 


2 


6.8 


7.10.2 


John Meacham 


(1 11 


" 10 


4 


2.10.0 


2 


6.8 


7.10.2 


Benj. Higgins 


<1 1 ( 


" 10 


4 


2.10.0 


2 


6.8 


7.10.2 


Silas How 


1 ( 1 < 


" 10 


4 


2.10.0 


2 


6.8 


7.10.2 


Eben"- Thomas 


1 ( 1 < 


" 10 


4 


2.10.0 

;^18. 0.0 


2 


6.8 


7.10.2 




^19.19.10.2 



James Brookins, Lieut. 

Arlington, Jan. 27, 1779. The within pay roll examined and 
the amount of wages approved and the Treasurer is directed to 
pay the same to Col. Warren or Lt. Brookins, which is eighteen 
pounds, lawful money. Thos. Chittenden. 

Received, Jan. 27, 1779, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, eighteen 
pounds lawful money. Gideon Warren. 

^18.0.0 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



95 



[378] 



[Captain John Stafford's Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Spafford's Company in Col. Gideon War- 
ren's Regt. of Militia in the service of this and the United States, 
commencing Nov. 7, 1778, and ending the 13''' of the same month, 
both days included. 



Names 


When 
entered 
the 


When 

left the 

service 


Days 


P^ 

month 


Total 




service 















1778 










John Pier, Clerk. 


Nov. 7 


Nov 


13 


7 


;^2.10 


0.11.8 


John Train. V^ Sergt. 


<i <4 




i < 


7 


2.10 




.8 


Daniel Adams, %^ do. 


it < C 




16 


10 


2.10 




.8 


Zephaniah White, S** do. 


1 ( it 




13 


7 


2.10 




.8 


William Joiner, Corpl. 


( < ( ( 




16 


10 


2.10 




.8 


Benj. Coy 


t» < c 




13 


7 


2.10 




.8 


Cyrus Chapman, Drmr. 


(( C( 




>i 


i 


2.10 




.8 


Silas Bingham 


<( C( 




(C 


7 


2.10 




.8 


Zorostus Fitch 


* < << 




( ( 


7 


2.10 




.8 


Thos. Hutcheson 


( < t < 




1( 


7 


2.10 




8 


Ozym Brewster 


<< u 




(t 


7 


2.10 




8 


Darius Chipman 


(( (i 




( ( 


7 


2.10 




8 


Elisha Smith 


« ( t ( 




(( 


7 


2.10 




8 


Abel White 


t( ( < 




( < 


7 


2.10 




8 


Solomon Wood 


(t (( 




16 


10 


2.10 




8 


Stephen Royce 


<t 1 1 




13 


7 


2.10 




8 


Phares Royce 


4 ( t ( 




i( 


7 


2.10 




8 


Eliphas Brewster • 


( C < ( 




t ( 


7 


2.10 




8 


Edward Turner 


( ( a 




16 


10 


2.10 




8 


Daniel Haskin 


a ( t 




( < 


10 


2.10 




8 


Job Spafford 


CC <( 




13 


7 


2.10 




8 


Luther Fillmore 


li (( 




16 


10 


2.10 




8 


Jeremiah Jones 


ii ( k 




(( 


10 


2.10 




8 


Andrews Carner 


l< X 




13 


7 


2.10 




8 


Jedediah Barton 


ii > ( 




(( 


7 


2.10 




8 




;^16.6. 


8 



A true roll per me, John Spafford, Capt. 

March the 3*^, 1779. The within pay roll examined and ap- 
proved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Col. War- 
ren, which is sixteen pounds six shillings and eight pence. 

To Ira Allen, Esq., Treasurer. ' Thos. Chittenden, 



April 15, 1779. 
of the above order. 

;^16.6 8 



Then received of the Treasurer the contents 

Per me, 

Gideon Warren. 



96 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[308] 



\Capt. Thomas Sawyer s Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Thomas Sawyer's Company in Col. Gideon 
Warren's Regiment of Militia under the command of Levi Colvin, 
Ensign, in the service of this, and the United States, commencing 
Nov. 7, 1778, ending as entered in column 8, both days included. 



Names 


Enterec 
service 


i Dis- 
charged 


Pr. 

month 


Days 


Total 


George Shearman, 1st sergt. 


Nov. 7 


Nov. 15 


2.10.0 


9 


0.15.0 


James Rounds, 2 " 






( 1 < 


2.10.0 


9 


0.15.0 


Nathan Rice, 3 " 






1 1 ( 


2.10 


9 


0.15.0 


Job Chatsey, Corpl. 






( (1 


2.10 


9 


0.15.0 


Niles Higingbotham 






( n 


2.10 


9 


0.15.0 


Jonathan Wood 






1 (( 


2.10 


9 


0.15.0 


John Collins 






( <t 


2.10 


9 


0.15.0 


Thomas Tuttle 






t t( 


2.10 


9 


0.15.0 


Oliver Arnold 






i n 


2.10 


9 


0.15.0 


Philip Briggs 






i <1 


2.10 


9 


0.15.0 


Saml. Green 






1 1 ( 


2.10 


9 


0.15.0 


Obadiah Edmunds 






( a 


2.10 


9 


0.15.0 


James Edmonds 






< << 


2.10 


9 


0.15.0 


James Ghatsey 






( ( t 


2.10 


9 


0.15.0 


Stephen Robinson 






( i i 


2.10 


9 


0.15.0 


Daniel Colvin 






t it 


2.10 


9 


0.15.0 


Nathan Daniels 






' 18 


2.10 


12 


0. 0.0 


Jesse Place 






• 15 


2.10 


9 


0.15.0 


Caleb Angelo 






C ( i 


2.10 


9 


0.15.0 


Nathan Lee 






i t t 


2.10 


9 


0.15.0 


Nedebiah Angell 






' 11 


2.10 


5 


0. 8.4 


v'Peter Eddy 






i It 


2.10 


5 


0. 8.4 


Joseph Congel 






( it 


2.10 


5 


0. 8.4 


Phones Rice 






i a 


2.10 


5 


0. 8.4 


Silas Whitney, Jr. 






i ( t 


2.10 


5 


0. 8.4 


Jacob Ratts (.or Rutts) 






' 16 


2.10 


10 


0.16.8 


John Squire 






( (( 


2.10 


10 


0.16.8 


Andrew Potter 






( (( 


2.10 


10 


0.16.8 


Simson White 


" " 




( 1 ( 


2.10 


10 


0.16.8 


David Miles 


a (( 




( 1 ( 


2.10 


10 


0.16.8 








^C 21.10.0 



The above is a true roll, according to the best of my knowl- 
edge. Attest. Levi Colvin, Ensign. 

Jan. 28, 1779. The within pay roll examined and approved 
and the Treasurer is ordered to pay the same, which is twenty-one 
pounds ten shillings. Thos. Chittenden. 

Date above reed, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, the contents of the 
above order, which is twenty-one pounds ten shillings. 

^{^21.10.0 Per me James Claghorn. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



97 



[112, dupl 289] [Copt. Simeon Wrig/ifs Company\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Simeon Wright's Company in Col. Warren's 
Rejjiment of Militia in the service of this and the United States, 
commencing 7"' of November, 1778, ending 13"', both days in- 
cluded. 



Names 


Days 


Wages per 
month 


Total 


Solomon Purdy 


7 


2.10.0 


0.11.8 


Elisha Wright 


7 


2.10.0 


11.8 


Abner Mead 


7 


2.10 


11.8 


Benj. Johnson 


7 


2.10 


11.8 


Simeon Wright 


7 


2.10 


11.8 


John Sutherland 


7 


2.10 


11.8 


Amasa Blanchard 


7 


2.10 


11.8 


Silas Smith 


7 


2.10 


11.8 


Joel Roberts 


7 


2.10 


11.8 


Neheraiah Whipple 


7 


2.10 


11.8 


Benj. Whipple 


7 


2.10 


11.8 


David Kingsley 


7 


2.10 


11.8 


James Southerland 


7 


2.10 


11.8 


Wait Wright 


7 


2.10 


11.8 


Stephen Mead 


7 


2.10 


11.8 


Isaac Mead 


7 


2.10 


11.8 


Brewster Higley 


7 


2.10 


11.8 


Benedic Alford 


7 


2.10 


11.8 


James Hinman 


7 


2.10 


11.8 


Moses Pratt 


7 


2.10 


11.8 


Joshua Pratt ' 


7 


2.10 


11.8 


Abel Wright 


7 


2.10 


11.8 




;^ 12.16 8 



Simeon Wright, Capt. 

January 28, 1779. The within payroll examined and approved 
and the Treasurer is ordered to pay the same, which is twelve 
pounds sixteen shillings. 

Thos. Chittenden. 

Date above, reed, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, the contents of the 
above order, which is twelve pounds sixteen shillings. 

^12.16.8 Per me, James Claghorn. 

[7] 



98 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[113] \Capt. Abraham UnderhilV s Company\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Abraham UnderhiU's company and Col. 
Warren"s Regiment of Militia for service done to guard the frontiers, 
by order of the Governor and Council. 



Names 


When 
en- 
tered 

1778 


When 
dis- 
charged 

1778 


Days 

in 

service 


Pay 

per 

month 


Total 










Capt. Abraham Underbill 


Nov. 


7 Nov. 14 


8 


2.10 


13.4 


Lt. Richard Dunning 






8 


2.10 


13.4 


Ensign Ephraim Reynolds 
Sergt. Nathan Manley 






8 
8 


2.10 
2.10 


13.4 
13.4 


David Curtis 






8 


2.10 


13.4 


Corpl. Dan Kent 


" ' 




8 


2.10 


13.4 


"' W™ Manley 






8 


2.10 


13 4 


David Towsley 






5 


2.10 


8. 


John Farwell 






8 


2.10 


13.4 


Moses Kent 






8 


2.10 


13.4 


Titus Sikes 






8 


2.10 


13.4 


Joseph Sheldon 






5 


2.10 


13.4 


Isaac Underbill 






8 


2.10 


13.4 


Jacob Wheeler 


I < < 




8 




13.4 


John Gray 
Abijah Dunning 
James Willcoxs 






8 
8 
8 




13.4 
13.4 
13.4 


Timothy Mills 






5 




8. 


Joseph Ingley 
Peter Roberts 






5 
5 




8. 
8. 


John Manley 
Noah Morse 


, . , 




8 
8 




13.4 
13.4 


Corp. Joshua Cousens 






8 




13.4 


* , \ 










£ 13.14.8 



The above pay roll is just and true, without any fraud or 
deceit, whatsoever. Test, Abraham Underbill. 

The w^ithin pay roll is examined and approved, and the 
Treasurer is ordered to pay the same to Capt. Underbill, which is 
thirteen pounds fourteen shillings and eight pence. 

Feb. 13, 1779. Thomas Chittenden. 

Reed. Feb. 13, 1779, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, thirteen pounds 
fourteen shillings and eight pence, in full, 

Abra. Underbill, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



99 



[155] 



\^Lieut. Abraham Ives' Companyl 



A Pay Roll of Lieut. Abraham Ives' Company in Col. Gideon 
Warren's Regiment of Militia in the service of this State, commenc- 
ing Nov. 7, 1778, ending the 13"" of the same month, both days 
included. 



Names 


Entered 


Left 


Days 


p. 
month 


Total 


Lt. Abraham Ives 


Nov. 7 


Nov. 13 


7 


2.10..0 


0.12.6 


En. Abraham Jackson 


i ( it 








7 


2.10.0 


12.6 


Jedediah Jackson 










7 


2.10.0 


12.6 


Jonah Ives 










7 


2.10.0 


12.6 


Asabel Jackson 










7 


2.10.0 


12.6 


Reuben Ives 










7 


2.10.0 


12.6 


Edward Bumpus 










7 


2.10.0 


12.6 


Joseph Benson 










7 


2.10.0 


12.6 


Amos Ives 










7 


2.10.0 


12.6 


Edmund Clark 










7 


2.10.0 


12.6 


Danl. Bradley 










7 


2.10.0 


12.6 


George Richmond 










7 


2.10.0 


12.6 


Goodyear Clark 










7 


2.10.0 


12.6 


Jotham Ives 










7 


2.10.0 


12.6 


Benj. Bradley 










7 


2.10.0 


12.6 


Hezekiah Rodes 










7 


2.10.0 


12.6 


John Clark 


' 










2.10.0 


12.6 


James Bumpus 










7 


2.10.0 


12.6 


Edward Allen 










7 


2.10.0 


12.6 


Ephraim Andrews 




' 






7 


2.10.0 


12.6 










^12.10.0 



Abraham Ives, Lieut. 

Manchester, 22^^ Oct. 1779. The above named Abraham Ives 
personally appearing before me, made oath to the above pay roll 
as a true one. Samuel Fletcher, Asst. 

In Council, Manchester, Oct. 22<^ 1779. The within pay roll 
examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same, which is twelve pounds ten shillings lawful money. 

Thos. Chittenden. 

Date above, reed, of I. Allen, Treasurer, twelve pounds ten 
shillings. 

^12.10 Abraham Ives. 



100 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[296] 



\Capt. Tehan Noble s Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Tehan Noble's Company and Col. Warren's 
Reg'iment of Militia for service done to defend Frontiers, by order 
of the Governor & council. 





When 


When 






Names 


entered dis- 
service charged 


Days 


Amount 
of pay 


N 


1778 








Capt. Tehan Noble 


Nov. 7 Nov. 13 


7 


11.8 


Lt. Enoch Eastman 






7 


11.8 


En. Moses Robinson 






7 


11.8 


Sergt. Joseph Leavitt 






7 


11.8 


Seth Hermon 






7 


11.8 


'' Cyprian Eastman 






7 


11.8 


" William Hurlburt 






7 


11.8 


Corpl. Amos Scott 






7 


11.8 


*' Oliver Hermon 






7 


11.8 


'• Cyrenus Dewey 






7 


11.8 


Josiah Risdon 






7 


11.8 


Hezekiah Towsley 






7 


11.8 


Reuben Farnsworth 






7 


11.8 


Ashbel Sikes 






7 


11.8 


Oliver Scott 






7 


11.8 


Stephen Eastman 






7 


11.8 


David Brade 






7 


11.8 


Nathl Smith 






7 


11.8 


Eben-- Hubbard (Hulbard?) 






7 


11.8 


Eben^ Smith 






7 


11.8 


Pelatiah Dewey 






7 


11.8 


Sele Hermon 






7 


11.8 


Martin Hermon 






7 


11.8 


Luke Noble 






7 


11.8 


Amos Hermon 






7 


11.8 


Jona. Hays 






7 


11.8 


Abdiel Webster 






7 


11.8 


Joel Shelden 






3 


5.0 


Jona. Eastman 






3 


5.0 
£ 16. 5.0 



The foregoing pay roll is just and true, without fraud to the 
State, or any individual. Test, Abra. Underbill. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



101 



The within Pay Roll examined and approved, and the Treas- 
urer is ordered to pay the same to Capt. Tehan Noble, or Capt. 
Abraham Underbill, which is sixteen pounds five shillings. 
13th Feb. 1779. . Thos. Chittenden. 

Reed. Feb. 13, 1779 of Tra Allen, Treasurer, sixteen pounds 
five shillings, for and in behalf of Capt, Noble, 

^16.5.0 per me, Abr. Underbill, Capt. 

[181] [^Capt. Ephraim Buelfs Company] 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Buel's Company in Col. Warren's Regi- 
ment of militia in the service of this and the United States, com- 
mencing Nov. 8, ending 13^^ 1778, both days included. 



Names 


^ Days 


P'' month 


Total 


John Eaton 


6 


2.10.0 


10.0 


Azariah Banchard 


6 


2.10. 


10. 


Eli Cogsell 


6 


2. 10. 


10. 


Alpheus Hall 


6 


2.10. 


10. 


John Moulton 


6 


2.10. 


10. 


Gershom Moullon 


6 


2.10. 


10. 


Nehemiah Hoyt 


6 


2.10. 


10. 


Araunah Woodward 


6 


2. 10. 


10. 


Sam' Moulton 


6 


2.10. 


10. 


Sam' Moulton, Jr. 


6 


2.10. 


10. 


Benj. Bennet 


6 


2.10. 


10. 


Peter Ccgsell ' 


6 


2.10. 


10. 


Charles Blinn ' • 


6 


2.10. 


10. 


Elias Hall 


6 


2.10. 


10. 


Richard Bentley 


6 


2.10. 


10. 


Perez Sturtevant 


6 


2.10. 


10. 


William Bogue 


6 


2.10. 


10. 


Elisha Killam 


6 


2.10. 


10. 




^9. 0.0 



Test. Eph"" Buell, Capt. 

Jan. 28, 1779, The within pay roll examined and approved 
and the Treasurer is ordered to pay the same, which is nine pounds. 

Tho^ Chittenden. 

Date above, reed of Ira Allen, Treasurer, the contents of the 
above order, which is nine pounds 

^9.0.0 Pr me, James Claghorn 



102 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[24] \Capt, Benjamin Cooky's Conipany\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Cooley's Company in Col. Warren's Reg:i- 
ment of Militia in the service of this and the United States, com- 
mencing Nov. 8, 1778. ending-13th, both days included. 



Names 


No. days 


Wages per 
month 


Total 


Richardson 


6 


2.10.0 


0.10.0 


James Ewings 






2.10.0 


0.10.0 


Silas Mosur 






2.10.0 


0.10.0 


Gideon Cooley 










0.10.0 


Eben'' Drury 










0.10.0 


Edward Owens 










0.10.0 


Neh*" Hopkins 










0.10.0 


Ashbel Hopkins 










0.10.0 


Eben'' Lyman 










0.10.0 


Saml. Ellsworth 










0.10.0 


Israel Ellsworth 










0.10.0 


Hopkins Rowley 










0.10.0 


Sidias Blodgett 










0.10.0 


Benj. Stevens 










0.10.0 


Eph™ Stevens 










0.10.0 


Aaron Persons 


t 








0.10.0 








£'^. 0.0 



Benjamin Cooley, Capt. 
Jany 28, 1779. The within pay roll examined and approved 
and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same which is eight pounds. 

Thos. Chittenden. 

Date above, rec'd of Ira Allen, Treasurer, the contents of the 
above, which is eight pounds. 

^8.0.0 James Claghorn. 

[330, see p. 97] \Capt. Simeon JVrig/zt] 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Simeon Wright's in Col. Gideon Warren's 
Regiment of Militia for a Scout to Paul Moors' in Nov. 1778. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Sub- 
sistence 
pr. day 


Total 


Simeon Wright, Capt. 
John Sutherland, Lt. 


8 
8 


30 
30 


1.8 
0.8 


3.6.0 
2.3.0 

^5.9.0 



Simeon Wright, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



103 



Pay Table Office, August 4, 1781. The within roll examined 
and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 
Capt. Simeon Wright or bearer, being five pounds nine shillings 
lawful money. John Fassett ) Committee 

Timo. Brownson \ 

Date above reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above 
order. Simeon Wright. 

^5.9.0 



[144, see next roll] \_Lieut. Jonathan Scott's Compatty] 

A Pay Roll of Lieut. Jona. Scott's Company, raised out of 
the Militia for to guard the Continental Stores in Bennington, en- 
gaged and discharged at different times, from June 30, 1778 to 
January 4, 1779 both days included. 



Names 



Matthew Scott, Sergt. 
Caleb Morgan, Corpl. 
Daniel Braman 
Thomas Brown, Jr. 
Saml. Brown 
Eben'" Spencer 
Wheeler Branch 
Benj. Herwood 
Eleazer Cushman 
James Greenslit 
John Totman 
Masa Branch 
Walter Cady 
John Taylor 
Saml. Jewett 
Benj. Thorp 
Joseph Morgan 
Martin Follett 



Entered 



July 



Aug. 
Sept 

Oct. 

« ( 



4 

( . 
( % 

20 

20 

1 

1 

1 

19 

19 

3 

3 

3 

3 

6 

4 

13 

13 



Dis- 
charged 



J any 
Dec. 
Jan. 



4 

4 

31 



Dec. 



31 



Jan. 4 



Dec. 
Jan. 
Dec. 



31 

4 

31 



Days 



184 

184 

164 

164 

157 

157 

126 

108 

108 

89 

89 

89 

93 

90 

92 

73 

89 

79 



Wages 
per 
dav 



1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
14 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 



Total 



12. 5.4 
12. 5.4 
10.18.8 
10.18.8 
10. 9.4 



10. 

8. 

7. 
7. 



9.4 

8 

4 

4 

5.18.8 
5.18.8 
5.18.8 
6. 4.0 
6. 0.0 
6. 2.8 
5. 5.4 
5.10.8 
5. 5.4 



^142. 6.8 



The above pay roll is just and true in all its parts, without 
fraud to the public or any individual. 

Test, Jona. Scott, Lieut. 

The within pay roll examined and approved and the Treasurer 



104 



STATE OF VERMONT 



is directed to pay the same, which is one hundred forty-two pounds 
six shillings and eight pence. 

12th Feb. 1779. Thos. Chittenden 

Reed. Feb 12, 1779, of Ira Allen, Treasurer one hundred forty- 
two pounds six shillings and eight pence, in full. 

^142.6.8 Jona. Scott, Lieut. 

[60, see preceding roll] \^Lieut. Jonathan Scoffs Company'] 

A Pay Roll of Lieut. Jona. Scott's Company in Col. Saml. 
Herrick's Regiment of Militia in the Service of the American 
United States raised for the purpose of guarding the public stores 
in Bennington by order of Gen. Stark to his Excellency Gov. Chit- 
tenden, engaged and discharged at several different times from 
June 30, 1778 to Jan. 4, 1779. 





When 


When 


Days 


Pay 


Subsis- 


Total of 


Names and Rank 


entered 


dis- 


m 


per 


tence 


wages and 

1 • 




service 


missed 
Jan. 4 


ser- 
vice 


day 


money 


subsis- 
tence 


Jonath" Scott, Lt. 


June 30 


189 


0.5.4 


10.18.0 


69. 6. 


Matthew Scott, Ser^t. 


July 4 


" 4 


184 


1.7 




14.14.41 


Caleb Morgan, Corpl. 


.. 4 


" 4 


184 


1.5 




13. 9.10 


Daniel Beaman 


" 20 


Dec. 31 


164 


1.4 




10.18. 8 


Thomas Brown, Jr. 


" 20 


" 31 


164 


1.4 




10.18. 8 


Saml. Brown 


Aug. 1 


Jan. 4 


157 


1.4 




10. 9. 4 


Eben' Spencer 


" 1 


" 4 


157 


1.4 




10. 9. 4 


Whealer Branch 


Sep. 1 


" 4 


120 


1.4 




8. 8. 


Benj. Herwood 


" 19 


" 4 


108 


1.4 




7. 4. 


Eleazer Cushman 


" 19 


" 4 


108 


1.4 




7. 4. 


James Greenslitt 


Oct. -6 


Dec. 31 


89 


1.4 




5.18. 8 


John Totman 


" 3 


" 31 


89 


1.4 




5.18. 8 


Maasa Branch 


" 3 


" 31 


89 


1.4 




5.18. 8 


Walter Cady 


" 6 


Jan 4 


93 


1.4 




6. 4. 


John Taylor . 


" 4 


•' 4 


90 


1.4 




6. 0. 


Saml. Jewett 


'^ 13 


" 4 


92 


1.4 




6. 2. 8 


Benjn. Sharp 


" 13 


Dec. 31 


79 


1.4 




5. 5. 4 


Jos. Morgan 


" 13 


Jan 4 


83 


1.4 




5.10. 8 


Martin FoUett 


" 13 

1 


Dec 31 


79 


1.4 




3. 4. 4 




;^215. 6. 3 



Saml. Herrick, Col. 

Bennington, May 10, 1779. Personally appeared before me the 
above named Jonathan Scott and made solemn oath that the above 
pay roll is made out bone fide and that the several sums therein ex- 
hibited are just, and that he has never received any satisfaction 
therefor, directly or indirectly. 

Jonas Fay, Justice of Peace. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



105 



Pay Table Office, Sunderland, May 18, 1786. The within pay 
roll examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay 
the contents, it being two hundred and fifteen pounds six shillings 
and three pence continental money to Noah Smith Esq. Paymaster G. 



;^215.6.3 



Timo. Brownson ^ _.,. 
c 1 TD ►ivt r Committee. 
Saml. Barrlit 



Sunderland, May 19, 1786. Received of the Treasurer the con- 
tents of the above order. Noah Smith. 

Bennington, 11th July 1780. Reed, of Noah Smith Esq. 
^215.6.3 lawful money in Continental money, being the full of the 
within pay roll. 

Jonathan Scott, Lt. 



[53] 



[^Capt. John Smith's Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. John Smith's Company of Militia in Col. 
Warren's Regiment in the service of this State, commencing the 
3rd and ending the 28th of February 1779, both days included. 



Names 


When 
entered 


When 
left 


Wages 
per 


Amt. 
of 


Amt of 

wages 

and sub- 




service 


service 


month 


wages 


sistence 


Capt. John Smith 


Feb 3d. 


Feb 28 


^3 


^2.12 


^2. 12 


Lt. Isaac Cushman 


( . 


i b 


do 


do 


do 


Sergt. Archibald Blodgett 


t * 


4 fc 


do 


do 


do 


Sergt. Roberts 


> ( 


. i 


do 


do 


do 


Corpl. Silas Smith 


1 ( 


' > 


do 


do 


do 


Eben'' Andrews 


i fc 


t ( 


do 


do 


do 


Jona. Ward 


fc ( 


( i 


do 


do 


do 


Philemon Johnson 


( t 


. ( 


do 


do 


do 


Elijah Hurd 


i > 


. ( 


do 


do 


do 


David Castle 


. ( 


'• 


do 


do 


do 


Jona. Hough 


( > 


t ( 


do 


do 


do 


Samuel Meriam 


1 ( 


k k 


do 


do 


do 


Gideon Scarls 


k I 


( 1 


do 


do 


do 


Amos Ives 


( i 


1 ( 


do 


do 


do 


James Bumper 


1 ( 


fc ( 


do 


do 


do 


Nathl. Whitney 


( ( 


i I 


do 


do 


do 


John Howe 


k K 


( t 


do 


do 


do 


Cliandler Tuttle 


t ( 


k i 


do 


do 


do 


W" Towsley 


I ( 


i t 


do 


do 


do 


Reuben Green 


i ( 


< t 


do 


do 


do 


Elijah Goodwin 


( t 


( 1 


do 


do 


do 


John White 


i ( 


i I 


do 


do 


do 



106 



STATE OF VERMONT 



• 


When 


When 


Wages 


Amt. 


Amt. of 


Names 


entered 


left 


per 


of 


wages 
and sub- 




service 


service 


month 


wages 


sistence 


Hammon Lawrence 


Feb 3d. 


Feb 28 


£^ 


^2.12 


^2.12 


Thos. Lyon 






do 


do 


do 


Asbel Hopkins 






do 


do 


do 


Luther Drury 






do 


do 


do 


Reuben Baker 






do 


do 


do 


Joshua Colvin 






do 


do 


do 


W" Sweet 






do 


do 


do 


Zebina Day 


* ' 




do 


do 


do 


Elijah Grandy 


'' 




do 


do 


do 


Gurnsey Roots 


( ( 




do 


do 
Total 


do 
;^28. 4.0 



Attest, 



John Smith, Capt. 



Windsor, June 3, 1779. The within payroll examined and ap- 
proved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same, which is 
eighty-three pounds four shillings. 

Thos. Chittenden. 

Received, date above eighty-three pounds four shillings in full 
for and in behalf of Capt. Smith. 

Per me, Joseph Bowker. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



107 



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\Capt. John G. Bay ley's Company'\ 



Pay Roll of Capt. John G. Bayley's Company in Newbury for 
guarding- and scouting from April 1777 to May 1779, under com- 
mand of Col, Peter Olcott. 



Names 


Months 


Days 


Pay per 
month 


Sum total 


John Gid. Bayley, Capt. 






^13. 


£^' 


Nath' Merrill, Lt. 




14 


8. 


7.18 4 


Jo' Chamberlin, 2^^'' Lt. 






8. 


5. 8. 


Tho' Hibbard, Serg' 






2.8. 


2. 8. 


Sam' Eaton do 






2.8. 


2. 8. 


Peter Johnson do 






2.8. 


2. 8. 


Er Chamberlin do 






2.8 


2. 8. 


Elihu Johnson 






2. 


2. 


Abiel Chamberlin 






2. 


2. 


Joseph Wilson 






2. 


2. 


Josiah Page 






2. 


2. 


Timo>' Sargent 






2. 


2. 


John Baird 









2. 


Sylvanus Heath 






2. 


2. 


Jacob Bayley, Jr 






2. 


2. 


James Bayley 






2. 


2. 


Joshua Bayley 






2. 


2. 


Nath' Chamberlin 






2. 


2. 


Asher Chamberlin 






2. 


2. 


Moses Chamberlin 






2. 


2. 


Silas Chamberlin 






2. 


2. 


Jacob Fowler 






2. 


2. 


Jacob Gates 




20 


2. 


2. 6.8 


Sam' Had ley 






2. 


2 


W'" Johnstone 






2. 


2. 


Moses Kelly 




20 


2. 


1. 6.8 


Neh. Lovewell 




19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Neh. Lovewell, Jr 




21 


2. 


1. 8. 


Henry Lovewell 




13 


2. 


0.17.4 


Sam' Webster 






2. 


2. 


Remembrance Chamberlin 




29 


2. 


3.18.8 


Abner Fowler 






2. 


2. 


Robert Johnston 






2. 


2. 


Jona. Butterfield 






2. 


2. 


John Hazletine 






2. 


2. 



[8] 



114 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


Months 


Days 


Pay per 
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Sum total 


Sam' Barnate 


2 


4 


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£ 4. 5.4 


John Barnate 


1 




2. 


2. 


John Brown 


1 


15 


2. 


3. 


Gideon Smith 


1 


25 


2. 


3.13.4 


Aaron Osmore 


1 


20 


2. 


3. 6.8 


Ephraim Bayley 
Ephraim Webster 


1 
1 


3 


2. 

2. 


2. 4. 
2. 


Ephraim Webster, Jr. 


1 




2. 


2. 


Frye Bayley 
Jesse Heath 


1 

1 




2 

2 


2 
2 


James Heath 


1 




2 


2 


Sam' Heath 


1 




2 


2 


James Hunter 


1 




2 


2 


Dudley Carleton 


1 




2 


2 


Ephraim Lacy 
Uriah Chamberlin 


1 
1 




2 
2 


2 

2 


John (ioodwin 


1 




2 


2 


Willibie Goodwin 


1 




2 


2 


Asa Webster 


1 




2 


2 


Jona. Fowler 




28 


2 


1. 7.4 


Peletiah Bliss 




25 


2 


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Benj. Muzzey 
^John Taplin 
Mansfield Taplin 


1 
1 


18 


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2 
2 


2. 
1. 4. 

2. 


Zacheus Lovewell 


1 




2 


2. 


W™ Taplin 




20 


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Levi Sylvester 


1 




2 


2. 


Levi Sylvester, Jr ' 


1 




2 


2. 


Joseph White 
Thomas Chamberlin 


1 


2 

28 


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2 


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1. 7.4 


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Robert Hunkins 


1 


20 


2 
2 


2. 

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Jacob Kent 
Eben'" White 


1 


23 


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2 


2. 
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Reuben Foster 


2 


25 


2 


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1 

1 




2 
2 


2. 
2. 


Thomas Brock 




29 


2 


1.18.8 


Jona. Goodwin 


1 




2 


2. 


David Hazletine 


1 


25 


2 


3.13.4 



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115 



Names 


Months 


Days 


Pay per 
month 


Sum total 


Amos Barratt 




20 


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Jacob Fowler, 3*^ 


1 




2 


2. 


James Dodge 




18 


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1. 4. 


William Wallace 


1 




2 


2. 


Samuel Stevens 


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2 


2. 


Otho Stevens 


1 




2 


2. 


Simeon Stevens 


1 


2 


2 


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Edmund Brown 


1 




2 


2. 


Thomas Johnson 


1 




2 


2. 


Benj. Barnate 


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2 


2. 




^193. 7.8 



John G. Bayley, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Sunderland, July 9, 1785. The within roll is 
examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same, amounting to the sum of one hundred and ninety-three 
pounds seven shillings and eight pence lawful money to Capt. John 
G. Bayley (or bearer) Sam^ Bartlit } Q^^ee 

Timo. Brownson [ 

Sunderland, July 9, 1785, Rec'd of Ira Allen, Treasurer, the 
contents of the within order John G. Bayley 

[199] [Capt William Hutchins' Company\ 

Pay Roll of Capt. William Hutchins' Company of Militia in 
the service of the State of Vermont, commencing March 1st. and 
ending May 3rd and 4th, 1779. 



Names 


When 
entered 


Days 


Pr. 

day 


Total 




1779 








William Hutchins, Capt. 


March 1 


64 


0.2.0 


6. 2.0 


Jason Duncan, Lt. 


" 16 


50 


2.0 


5. 0.0 


Lebbeus Armstrong, Lt. 


" 1 


64 


2. 


6. 8.0 


Stephon Cleveland, Sergt. 


i ( 14 


64 


2. 


6. 8.0 


John Hutchins " 


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64 


2. 


6. 8.0 


Reuben Spalding " 


'' 16 


50 


2. 


5. 0.0 


Benaiah Cleveland, Drum'' 


" 1 


64 


2. 


6. 8.0 



116 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


When 
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Days 


Pr. 
day 


Total 




1779 








Ezra Sweat, Corp. 


March 1 


64 


2. 


6. 8.0 


John Gault, " 


" 17 


49 


2. 


4.18.0 


Philip Rawlings, " 


" 25 


41 


2. 


4. 2.0 


Joseph Chitman, private 


" 1 


64 


2. 


6. 8.0 


Jesse Gallop 


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64 


2. 


6. 8.0 


Stephen Burrit 


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64 


2. 


6. 8.0 


Darius Moon 


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64 


2. 


6. 8.0 


W" Kellogg 


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64 


2. 


6. 8.0 


James Phillips 


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64 


2. 


6. 8.0 


Peleg Spencer 


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64 


2. 


6. 8.0 


Francis Story 


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64 


2. 


6. 8.0 


Stephen Downer 


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64 


2. 


6. 8.0 


Nathl. Montague 


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64 


2. 


6. 8.0 


Levi Buck 


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64 


2. 


6. 8. a 


Bethuel Tabby 


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64 


2. 


6. 8.0 


Walter Bates 


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64 


2, 


6. 8.0 


Richard Biddlecom 


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64 


2. 


6. 8.0- 


John Foot 


n ( t 


64 


2. 


6. 8.a 


Edward Evearts 


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64 


2. 


6. 8.0' 


Seth Rice 


( ( ( 


64 


2. 


6. 8.0 


Samuel Hutchins 


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64 


2. 


6. 8.0 


David Laughton 


" 16 


50 


2. 


5. 0.0 


Asa Houghton 


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50 


2. 


5. 0.0 


Joseph Starter • 


" 19 


47 


2. 


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Partey Starr 


1 i ( i 


47 


2. 


4.14.0' 


George Ray 


" 22 


44 


2. 


4. 8.0 


Azariah Wright 


" 26 


40 


2. 


4. 0.0 


John Gould 


( i ii 


40 


2. 


4. 0.0- 


Samuel Butler 


" 1 


49 


2. 


4.18.0 


William Thomas 


ii i i 


49 


2. 


4.18.0 


Jonathan Pratt 


a (1 


49 


2. 


4.18.0 


Joseph Scott 


(i ( ( 


49 


.2. 


4.18.0 


Reuben Comins (Commins) 


(< i i 


49 


2. 


4.18.0 




^228.18.0' 



;^228.18.0 William Hutchins, Capt. 

The within pay roll examined and approved and the Treasurer 
is directed to pay the same, which is two hundred and twenty- 
eight pounds, eighteen shillings. Thos. Chittenden. 
Remember the soldiers Bates, Foot and others. 
Reed. May 23. 1779 of Ir 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



117 



[16] 



l^Capt. Simeon Wright's Company] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Simeon Wright's Company, Col. Warren's 
Reg't. ot Militia in voluntary Service in guarding the frontiers, 
etc. 1779. 





Commence- 


Days 


Wages 


Amt. of 


Names 




in ser- 


per 






ment 


vice 


day 


wages 


Capt. Simeon Wright 


May 6, 1779 


7 


0.2.0 


0.14.0 


Lt. Nathi. Blanchard 


do 


7 


2. 


0.14.0 


•' John Forbes 


do 


14 




1. 8.0 


W"" Dwindle, 1st. sergt. 


do 


7 




0.14.0 


Danl. Smith, 2nd. do 


do 


7 




0.14.0 


Nathan Pratt, 3rd. do. 


do 


7 




0.14.0 


Stephen Williams 


do 


7 




0.14.0 


Joseph Hawley 


do 


7 




0.14.0 


Noah Beach 


do 


7 




0.14.0 


Jared Post 


do 


7 




0.14.0 


Eben^ Cook 


do 


7 




0.14 


Nathl. Whitney 


do 


7 




0.14.0 


Asa Hale 


do 


14 




1. 8.0 


Enos Ives 


do 


7 




0.14.0 


Thos. Hale, Corpl. 


do 


14 




1. 8.0 


John Smith, Corpl. 


do 


14 




1. 8.0 


Ac* James Mead 


do 


7 




0.14.0 


Silas Pratt 


do 


7 




0.14.0 


Abel Wright 


do 


7 




0.14.0 


Frederick Cushman 


do 


7 . 




0.14.0 


Ezra Mead 


do 


7 




0.14.0 


Eben^ Pratt 


do 


7 




0.14.0 


Saml. Smith 


do 


7 




0.14.0 


John Moses 


do 


7 


0.14.0 


David Whipple 


do 


7 




0.14.0 


Jos. Chipman 


do 


7 




0.14.0 


James Hinman 


do 


7 




0.14.0 


Henry Mead 


do 


14 




1. 8.0 


Elihu Johnson 


do 


7 




0.14.0 


Justus Sutherland 


do 


14 




1. 8.0 


Elijah Grandy 


do 


7 




0.14.0 




^24.18.0 



Simeon Wright, Capt. 



118 



STATE OF VERMONT 



The within pay roll examined and approved and the Treasurer 
is hereby directed to pay the same, being twenty-four pounds 
eighteen shillings, lawful money. 

Given under my hand, at Arlington, this 7th day of June, 1779. 

Thos. Chittenden. 

Treasury Office, Arlington, June 18, 1779. Received of Ira 
Allen, Esq. Treasurer, the contents of the within pay roll, being 
twenty-four pounds, eighteen shillings, lawful money, in behalf of 
Capt. Simeon Wright. 

James Claghorn, Lt. Col. 

[294] [Capt. Simeon Wright '\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Simeon Wright's in Col. Gideon Warren's 
Regiment of Militia, for being in Fort Ranger in the month of May 
in the year 1779. Being ordered in by Col. Claghorn. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Subsist- 
ence per 
day 


Total 


Simeon Wright, Capt. 
Nathl. Blanchard, Lt. 


00 00 


3 
3 


1.8 
0.8 


2.16.0 
1.15.0 




^4.11.0 



Simeon Wright, Capt. 

Sworn before 

John Fassett Jr. Asst. 

State of Vermont, 

Arlington, Aug. 4, 1781. 

Pay Table Office, Aug. 4, 1781. The within roll examined and 
approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Capt. 
Simeon Wright or bearer, being four pounds eleven shillings, law- 
ful money. 

John Fassett 

Timo. Brownson 



t Committee 



Date above reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above 
order, 

;^4.11.0 Simeon Wright. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



119 



[61, see next roll] [^Capt. John Burt's Company] 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Burt's Company for services done this 
and the United States made up at jQd per man per month. 1779. 



Names and Rank 


When \ 
entered 


\rhen 
dis- 


Days 
in ser- 


Amount 
of pay 




service ch 


arged 


vice 


Capt. John Burt 


April 24 Ju 


ne30 


68 


6.16.0 


Lt. Elkanah Spra8:ue 


" 27 


* 28 


63 


6. 6.0 


Ensign Peter Haselton 


" 24 


' 6 


44 


4. 8.0 


George Foot 


June 18 


' 25 


8 


0.16.0 


Sergt. W™ Sterns 


May 2 


' 28 


58 


5.16. 


" John Marks 


Apl. 24 


' 29 


67 


6.14 


Nathan Billings 


May tj ' 


' 28 


54 


^. 8 


Corpl. Zeb. Ames 


Apl. 24 


' 29 


67 


6.14 


" Eben"- Stoel 


May 2 


' 28 


58 


5.16 


" Jos. Lockwood 


" 2 


' 28 


58 


5.16 


'* Jno. Darling 


" 2 


' 28 


58 


5.16 


James Atwood 


" 2 


' 28 


58 


5.16 


John Davis 


" 2 


' 28 


58 


5.16 


Peter Tarbin 


" 2 


' 28 


58 


5.16 


John Johnson 


" 3 


' 29 


58 


5.16 


Isaac Smith 


Apl 24 


' 29 


67 


6.14 


James Keatsley 


" 24 


' 29 


67 


6.14 


Jno. Barnes 


May 3 


' 29 


58 


5.16 


Abel White 


" 2 


' 28 


58 


5.16 


David Denison 


Apl 24 


' 29 


67 


6.14 


Arch. Mace 


May 6 


' 28 


54 


5. 8 


Saml. Spauldin 


" 2 


' 28 


58 


5.16 


Saml. Matthews 


" 26 


' 28 


54 


3. 8 


Benj. Powers 


" 2 


' 28 


58 


5.16 


Thos. Powers 


" 2 


' 28 


58 


5.16 


Obed'^ Willard 


" 2 


" 28 


58 


5.16 


Winchester Throop 


" 2 


" 28 


58 


5.16 


Sylvester Bagley 


" 2 


" 28 


58 


5.16 


Jos. Powers 


" 2 


" 28 


58 


5.16 


Jeremiah Bishop 


" 2 


" 28 


58 


5.16 


Stephen Powers 


" 2 


" 28 


58 


5.16 


Moses Morse 


" 2 


" 28 


58 


5 16 


John Knot 


" 2 


" 28 


58 


5.16 


Artimus Robertson 


" 6 


" 28 


54 


5. 8 


W"" Strong 


" 2 


" 28 


58 


5.16 



120 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names and Rank 



Saml. Dike . 
]er^ Reed 
Saml. Green 
John Kellogg 



When 

entered 

service 



May 18 

Apl. 24 

" 24 

" 24 



When 


Days 




in 


dis- 




charged 


ser- 
vice 


June 28 


42 


" 29 


67 


" 29 


67 


" 29 


67 



Amount 
of pay 



4. 4 
6.14 
6.14 
6.14 

^223. 6 



Arlington, June 30, 1779. I do certify on honor that the with- 
in roll is just and true without fraud to this State, or any indi- 
vidual. John Burt, Capt. 

Arlington, June 30, 1779. The within roll is examined and 
approved, and the Treasurer of this State is hereby directed to pay 
the same, being two hundred twenty-three pounds six shillings 
lawful money. 

Thos. Chittenden. 

Treasury Office, Arlington, June 30, 1779. 

Reed, of Ira Allen Esq. Treasurer, the contents of the within 
pay roll, being ^223.6.0 lawful money. 

John Burt, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



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REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



123 



[13] [Sheriff's Fosse under Capt. W' Gaige] 

A Pay Roll of the men that went from Danby to assist the 
Sheriff of the county of Cumberland in the execution of his office 
in May and June, 1779. 



Names 



Capt. W" Guage 
Lt. Isaac Guage 
John Veal 



No. 
days 



9K 

sy2 



Pay per 
day 



48 
48 
48 



Amount 



22.16 
20. 8.0 
20. 8.0 



£ 63.12.0 



I do certify that the above account is just and true. 

William Gaige. 

Arlington, June 17, 1779. The within account is examined 
and approved, and the Treasurer of this State is hereby directed 
to pay the same, being sixty-three pounds, twelve shillings, lawful 
money. Thos. Chittenden. 

Treasurer's Office, Arlington, June 17, 1779. Received the 
contents of the within account of Ira Allen, Treasurer, being sixty- 
three pounds, twelve shillings, lawful money. 

W" Gaige. 

[20] [Capf. Thomas Sawyer's Company\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Thomas Sawyer's Company of Militia, 
raised for the defence of the Northern Frontiers of the United 
States— 1779. 



Names and Rank 



Capt. Thos. Sawyer 
Lt. Wright 

Surgeon J. Kuback 
Sergt. Joseph Andrus 
" Reuben Rowley 
" Eben'' Smith 
" Parish Coburn 
Drm. Josiah Kellogg 
Corpl Pelatiah Dewey 
Robert Allen 







Service 




Pay per 


Entered 


Dis- 
charged 






Milage 


month 
and sub. 










Months 


Days 






1779 












May 4 


June 28 


1 


26 


05 


£ 18 


" 17 


do 


1 


13 


5 


11 


1778 












Dec. 3 


do 


n 
1 








27 


May 17 


do 


1 


13 


5 


.3 


" 21 


do 


1 


9 


5 


H 


" 19 


do 


1 


11 


5 


3 


" 19 


do 


1 


11 


5 


3 


" 23 


do 


1 


7 


o 


■6 


" 22 


do 


1 


8 


5 


44/ 


" 24 


do 


1 


e 


5 


44/ 



Total 



33.17.0 
16. 1.0 

189. 0.0 
4.n.0 
4. 3.0 
4. 7.0 
4. 7.0 
3.19.0 
3. 0.0 
2.17.0 



124 



STATE OF VERMONT 









Service 




Pay per 




Names AND Rank 


Entered 


Dis- 
charged 




Milage 


month 
and sub. 


Total 
















Months 


Days 










1778 














Jona. Morgan 


June 10 


June 28 





19 


5 


44/ 


1.13.6 


Obadiah Winter 


May 13 


do 




18 


5 


44/ 


3.16.0 


Saml. Haines 


" 12 


do 




16 


5 


£ 2 


3. 9.0 


Benj. Hinman 


20 


do 




10 


5 


2 


2.18.4 


Jacob Sikes 


20 


do 




11 


5 


2 


2.18.4 


Jno. Ellsworth 


19 


do 




11 


5 


2 


2.19.8 


Hez. Lioggan 


12 


do 




18 


5 


2 


2. 9.0 


Solom. Wood 


12 


do 




18 


5 


2 


3. 9.0 


Gideon Sarles 


12 


do 




18 


5 


2 


3. 9.0 


John Willard 


12 


do 




8 


5 


2 


3. 9.0 


Timothy Soper 


24 


do 




6 


5 


2 


2.13.0 


William Wheeler 


24 


do 




6 


5 


2 


2.13.0 


Samuel Matteson 


24 






6 


5 


2 


2.13.0 


James Bentley 


26 






4 


5 


2 


2.10.4 


Seth Eoyce 


24 






6 


5 


2 


2.13.0 


Joshua Pride 


25 






5 


5 


2 


2.11.8 


Simon Sanford 


29 






11 


5 


2 


2. 6.4 


Benj. Carpenter 


19 






11 


5 


2 


2.19.8 


Dan. S. Pratt 


19 






11 


5 


2 


2.19.8 


Martin D Follett 


19 






11 


5 


2 


2.19.8 


Obadiah Dunham 


19 






11 


5 


2 


2.19.8 


Nathan Allen 


19 






11 


5 


2 


2.19.8 


John Seely 


19 






11 


5 


2 


2.19.8 


Jacob Smith 


19 






11 


5 


2 


2.19.8 


Danl. V. Debender 


21 






9 


5 


2 


2.17.0 


Stephen Barrett 


21 






9 


5 


2 


2.17.0 


Anthony Day 


12 






18 


5 


2 


3. 9.0 


Joseph Fuller 


12 






18 


5 


2 


3. 9.0 


Eleazer Mallory 


12 






■ 18 


5 


2 


3. 9.0 


Isaac Adams. 


12 






18 


5 


2 


3. 9.0 


Elisha Rigdon 


12 






18 


5 


2 


3 9.0 


Danl. Meigs 


20 






10 


5 


2 


2.18.4 


Zenas Bradley 


20 






10 


5 


2 


2.18.4 


Josiah Puller 


20 






10 


5 


2 


2.18.4 


Joshua Hathaway 


20 






10 


5 


2 


2.18.4 


Eben' Smith 


24 






6 


5 


2 


2.13.0 


W'" Malleray 


23 






7 


5 


2 


2.14.4 


Saml. Eldridge 


23 






7 


5 


2 


2.14.4 


W'" Lemmon 


30 









5 


2 


2. 5.4 


Eliakim Pary 


26 









5 


2 


2.10.4 


Elijah Aimes 


June 2 







27 


5 


2 


2. 1.0 



I do certify that the above pay roll is just and true, without 
fraud to the United States or any individual. 

Thos. Sawyer, Capt. Com*. 
Rutland, 7 Dec. 1779. Personally appeared Capt. Thomas 
Saw3'er and made solemn oath to the authority of the above 
pay roll. Before me, 

Reuben Harmon, Justice of Peace. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



125 



Pay Table Office, Sunderland, May 18. 1786. The above pay 
roll is examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to 
pay the contents being Three Hundred and Eighty-nine pounds, 
fourteen shillings and two pence continental mone5\ to Noah 
Smith, Esq. Paymaster. 

Time. Brownson 
Saml. Bartlit 



Com<^ 



Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, May 19, 1786. 
Treasurer the contents of the above order. 



Rec'd. of the 



Noah Smith. 



Rec'd, Tinmouth, June 17, 1780, of Noah Smith, Paymaster, in 
behalf of Capt. Thos. Sawyer, ;!^389. 14. 2, the amount of the above 
pay roll. 

Parish Coburn. 

[4, see next roll] \Capt. Tehan Noble's Co7jipany\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Tehan Noble's Company of Militia for 
services done the United States and State of Vermont, made up at 
three pounds per month. 



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Com- 
mence- Wh 


en cis- 


Days 


Amount 


Names and Rank 


ment of ch 


arged 


in ser- 
vice 


of pay 




pay 


r 








Tehan Noble, Capt. 


April 


17 Ju 


ne 21 


06 


6.12.0 


Thos. Butterfield, Lt. 


( > 


10 


' 15 


66 


6.12.0 


Abraham Jackson, En. 


(( 


10 


' 15 


66 


6.12.0 


Robert Logahan, Sergt. 


i i 


23 


' 21 


60 


6. 0.0 


Ephraim Ripley, " 


( t 


10 


' 15 


66 


6.12.0 


Daniel Hurd, 


( ( 


19 


' 21 


64 


6. 8.0 


Archibald Blodgett. ' ' 


May 


1 


' 21 


52 


5. 4.0 


Nathaniel Rowley, Fifer 


( . 


1 


' 21 


52 


5. 4.0 


Zebulon Day, Drum'' 


t ( 


1 


' 21 


52 


5. 4.0 


Nathaniel Wallis 


Apl 


12 


'. 15 


64 


6. 8.0 


Augustus Munson 


May 


1 


' 21 


51 


5. 2.0 


John Morgan 


k i 


10 


' 15 


66 


6.12. (> 


Benj. Bingham 


( k 


15 


' 15 


61 


6. 2.0 


Nathl. Montague 


1 ( 


5 ' 


' 15 


41 


4. 2.0 


Samuel Jewett 


Apl 


10 


' 15 


66 


6.12.0 


Eben-- Stebbins 


( ( 


15 


' 13 


61 


6. 2.0 


Reuben Bennett 


May 


8 


' 13 


38 


3.16.0 


Silas Bennett 


Apl 


10 


' 13 


66 


6.12 


Thos. Phillips 


( ( 


10 


' 13 


66 


6.12.0 



126 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names and rank 


Com- 
mence- Wh 


en dis- 


Days 


Amount 




/* 1 


T 


in ser- 


/» 




ment 


of ch 


arged 


vice 


of pay 




pay 








Anthony Coffee 


Apl 


20 Ju 


ne 21 


63 


6. 6.0 


Enos Cotton 


May 


1 


' 21 


51 


5. 2.0 


Caleb Morgan 


( t 


10 


' 15 


36 


3.12.0 


Darius Moon 


Apl 


10 


' 15 


66 


5.14.0 


Jona. Olds 


( ( 


17 


' 15 


59 


6.12.0 


Henry Matteson 


i ( 


19 


' 15 


57 


5.14.0 


David Barns 


( ( 


20 


' 15 


66 


5.12.0 


John Hulett 


i t 


10 


' 15 


66 


6.12.0 


John Fuller 


.( 


26 


' 15 


50 


5. 0.0 


Wanton Buckingham 


( ( 


10 


' 15 


66 


6.12.0 


George Hill 


( k 


15 


' 15 


Gl 


6. 2.0 


Ezekiel Mallory 


May 


10 


' 21 


32 


3. 4.0 


Seth Hinman 


Apl 


12 


' 15 


64 


6. 8.0 


Josiah Kellogg 


May 


2 


' 21 


50 


5. 0.0 


Joseph Larkins 


Apl 


24 


' 21 


59 


5.18.0 


Matthew Shaw 


( ( 


24 


' 21 


59 


5.18.0 


Silas Pratt 


May 


1 


' 21 


57 


5. 2.0 


Daniel Green 


( > 


1 


' 21 


57 


5. 2.0 


Royce Beckwith 


Apl 


24 


' 21 


59 


5.18.0 


John Blanden 


( < 


24 


' 21 


59 


5.18.0 


Felix Menter 


( ( 


24 


' 21 


59 


5.18.0 


Nicholas Wood 


i( 


24 


21 


59 


5.18.0 


Penuel Stephens 


a 


24 


' 21 


59 


5.18.0 


Bishop Warren 


i < 


24 


' 21 


59 


5.18.0 


Reuben Green 


( < 


24 


' 21 


59 


5.18.0 


Arestus Munson 


( ( 


22 


' 21 


61 


6. 2.0 


Hammon Lawrence 


May 


2 


' 21 


50 


5. 0.0 


Amos Harmon 


Apl 


23 


' 21 


60 


6. 0.0 


W™ Graves 


( • 


23 


' 21 


60 


6. 0.0 


Luke Noble 


»< 


23 


' 21 


60 


6. 0.0 


Pliny Smith 


i C 


23 


' 21 


60 


6. 0.0 


Saml. Bates (Barto ?) 


May 


2 


' 21 


50 


6. 0.0 


Stephen Tubbs 


Apl 


29 


' 21 


53 


5.12.0 


Jeshm. Sethward 


May 


2 


' 21 


50 


5. 0.0 


Jona. Wood 


i i 




' 21 


51 


5. 2.0 


Elihu Allen 


(( 




' 21 


51 


5. 2.0 


Job Chelsey 


t( 




' 21 


51 


5. 2.0 


Jesse Sprague 


> < 




' 21 


51 


5. 2.0 


Silas Whitney 


a 




' 21 


51 


5. 2.0 


James Curby 


» » 




' 21 


51 


5. 2.0 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



127 



Names and Rank 



Isaac Mead 
Jas. Sutherland 
Samuel Tuttle 
Joab Smith 
Ira Rude 
Jerod Ives 
Jona. Newton 
Gershom Beach 



Com 


. 


mence- 


raent 


of 


pay 




Apl 


29 


. ( 


29 


I ( 


10 


^ (, 


30 


May 


3 


1 > 


2 


< ( 


3 


1 1 


3 



When dis. 
charged 



June 21 
21 
15 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 



Days 
in ser- 
vice 



53 
53 

66 
52 
49 
50 
49 
49 



Amount 
of pay 



5. 6.0 

5. 6.0 
6.12.0 

6. 4.0 
4.18.0 
5. 0.0 
4.18.0 
4.18.0 



£ 77.18.0 
207. 0.0 



;^^384.18.0 



Bennington, June 26, 1779 This roll is examined and ap- 
proved and the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the same, 
amounting to ;^384.18, lawful money. 

Th° Chittenden. 

Treasury Office, Arlington, June 26, 1779. Received of Ira 
Allen, Treasurer, the amount of this roll, being three hundred 
eighty-four pounds, eighteen shillings, lawful money. 

Teh an Noble, Capt. 

[284, see preceding roll] [Capt Tehan Noble s Compa7iy\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Tehan Noble's Company of Militia, Col. 
Warren's Regiment, which served in defence of the Northern 
Frontier. 



Names 



Capt. Tehan Noble 
Lit. Thos. Butterfield 
En. Abraham Jackson 
Sergt. Robert Logins 
" Eph-" Ripley 
" Daniel Heard 
" Archibald Blodget 
Corpl. Amos Herman 



Entered 
service 



April IR 
" 18 
" 18 
" 26 
" 26 
" 24 
May 3 

Ap. 18 



Dis- 
charged 



June 18 



• < 



Time 



Mos, 



Days 



2 

2 
24 
24 
26 
17 

2 



Pr. 

month 



18.0.0 
11. 

9. 

3. 

•6. 

3. 

3. 
44/ 



Mil- 


Total 


ages 




0.6.8 


38.14.8 


6.8 


23. 1.4 


6.8 


18.18.8 


6.8 


5.14.8 


6.8 


5.14.8 


6.8 


5.18.8 


6.8 


5. 0.8 


6.8 


4.17.6 



128 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 



John Morgan 

Benj. Bingham 

Joseph Larkins 

Matthew Shaw 

Rice Becket 

John Blandin 

Felix Menter 

Nicholas Wood 

Panuel Stephens 

Bishop Warren 

Drum' Zebina Day 

Fifer Nathan Rowley 

Reuben Green 

Erastus Munsel 

Hermon Laurence 

Saml. Barlow 

Aaron Rison 

William Graves 

Luke Noble 

Pliny Smith 

Stephen Tubs 

Jasher Southerd 

Jonathan Wood 

Ehhu Allen 

Job Chelsey 

Stephen Squire 

Silas Whitney 

James Curby 

Isaac Mead 

Silas Pratt 

James Sutherland 

Joel Smith 

Jared Ives 

Ira Wood 

Jona. Newton 

Gershom Beach 

Jesse Sprague 

Thos. Phillips 

Anthony Coffee 

Silas Bennet 

Augustus Spercer 

John Huting 

Enos Golton (Cotton) 

Penuel Staton 

Job Caney 

Natha" Montague 

Samuel Jewett 

John Fuller 

David Barns 

Daniel Geenoe (Grenoe) 

Seth Hinman 



Entered 
service 



Ap. 18 



26 



May 3 
Ap. 24 
May 4 
Ap. 25 



May 4 

" 2 

" 3 

" 3 

" 3 

" 3 

♦• 3 

" 3 

" 1 



" 4 
" 5 

i ( i < 
i ( t » 

" 3 

Ap. 18 

" 20 

" 18 

" 18 

" 18 

" 18 

" 18 

" 18 

May 7 

Apl 18 

" 26 

" 22 

May 3 

Apl 18 



Dis- 
charged 



June 18 



Time 



Mos. 

2 
2 
2 



Days 



2 

2 

2 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

17 

17 

26 

29 

16 

16 

25 

25 

25 

25 

16 

18 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

19 

19 

18 

18 

16 

15 

15 

15 

17 

2 



2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

13 

2 

24 

28 

17 

2 



Pr. 

month 


Mil- 
ages 


44/ 
44/ 
44/ 
2 


6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6 8 


44/ 
44/ 
2 


6.8 
6.8 
6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6 8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2.0.0 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 


2 


6.8 



Total 



4. 
4. 
4. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3, 



17. & 
17. & 
17.6 
18.8 
13.8 
18.8 
18.8 
18.8 
18.8- 
3.18.8 
3.13.4 
13. 
1. 
1. 



3. 
4. 
4. 
3. 
3. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
3. 



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.4 
.4 



8.O. 
8.0 



3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 



0.0 
0.0 
0.0- 
0.0 
8.0 
3.10.8 
3. 9.4 
9.4 
9.4 
9.4 
9.4. 
9.4 
3.12.0 
3.12.0 
3.10.8 
3.10.13 
3. 8.0 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
9.4 
9.4 
6.8 
9.4 
9.4 



3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 9.4 

4. 9.4 

3. 4.0 

4. 9.4 
3.18.8 
4. 4.0 

3. 9.4 

4. 9.4 



9.4 

9.4 

9. 

9. 

4. 

9. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



129 



Names 


Entered 
serviee 


Dis- 
charge 


Time 


Pr. 

month 


Mil- 
ages 


Total 




?a 












Mos, 


Days 
2 








Darins Mount 


Apl. 18 


June 1 


8 2 


2 


6.8 


4. 9.4 


Henrv Matson 


(> (i 




I t 


2 


2 


2 


6.8 


4. 9.4 


Jona. Olds 


<i 1 ( 






2 


2 


2 


6.8 


4. 9.4 


Ira Rood 


(' u 




i 


2 


2 


2 


6.8 


4. 9.4 


Eben' Stebens 


<l >1 






2 


2 


2 


6.8 


4. 9.4 


Jared Hill 


n a 




1 1 


2 


2 


2 


6.8 


4. 9.4 


Walter Burlingame 


i« it 






2 


2 


2 


6.8 


4. 9.4 


Beuben Bennet 


May 10 






1 


10 


2 


6.8 


3. 0.0 


Caleb Morgan 


4 • t t 






1 


10 


2 


6.8 


3. 0.0 


Ezekiel Mallery 


" 22 









28 


2 


6.8 


2. 4.0 


Josiah Kellogg 


" 4 






1 


16 


2 


6.8 


3. 8.0 


Samuel Tuttle 


ApL 18 


i ( t 


2 


2 


2 


6.8 


4. 9.4 
;^354. 0.0 



Tehan Noble, Captain. 

I do certify that the above pay roll is just and true, without 
fraud to the United States or any individual, 

Tehan Noble, Capt. 

Personally appeared Capt. Tehan Noble and made oath to the 
authenticity of the above roll, before me. 

Eben"" Russell, Justice of Peace. 

Pay Table Office, Sunderland, May 18, 1786. The above roll 
is examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
contents of the same, bein,? three hundred and fifty-four pounds, 
continental money, to Noah Smith, Esq. Paymaster General. 

Tino. Brownson \ n^^^i..^^ 
o 1 D .-1,. /-Committee 
Sam). Bartht j 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, May 19, 1786. Reed, of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order. 

_£ 354, Noah Smith. 

Rupert, 20th June, 1780. Reed, the amount of this Roll of Noah 
Smith, P. M. G., it being ^354. 

Reed, per Tehan Noble, Capt. 



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134 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[263] [A Scouting Pai-ty from Capt. Simeon Wrighfs Company\ 

A Pay Roll for a Scout in Capt. Simeon Wright's Company in 
Col. Gideon Warren's Regiment. Said Scout went to the Lake at 
Five Mile Point, and from thence to Bridport in July, A. D. 1779. 



"Names 



Elisha Wright, Sergt. 
Roswell Post, Jr. 
Zebulon Mead 
Weight Wright 



Days 

8 
8 
8 
8 


Miles 


Total 


45 

45 
45 
45 


1.7.8 
1.5.8 
1.5.8 
1.5.8 

£ 6.4.8 



Simeon Wright, Capt, 

State of Vermont, Arlington, Aug. 4, 1781. Sworn before 
John Fassett, Jr. Asst. 

Pay Table Office, Aug, 4, 1781. The within roll examined 

and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 

Capt. Simeon Wright, or bearer, being six pounds four shillings 

and eight pence, lawful money. 

John Fassett ) r^ ■>., 

i,. -D \ Committee 

Timo. Brownson j 

Date above reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above 
order, 

;^6.4.8 Simeon Wright. 

[75] \^A Scouting Party under Sergeant Thomas Hinman^ 

A Pay Roll of Sergt. Thomas Hinman in Capt. Simeon 
Wright's Company of Militia in Col. Gideon Warren's Regiment, 
for a scout to. the mouth of Otter Creek in the month of August in 
the year 1779. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Pay per 

Mo. 


Total 


Thos. Hinman, Sergt. 
Elijah Grandy 
Gernsey Roots 
Eben^ Pratt 


7 
7 
7 
7 


55 
55 
55 
55 


2.8.0 
2.0.0 
2.0.0 
2.0.0 


1.9.8 
1.7.8 
1.7.8 
1.7.8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



135 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Pay per 
Mo. 


Total 


Seth Hinman 
Solomon Purdy 
James Hinman 
Silas Foot 
John Foot 


7 
7 
7 
7 
7 


55 
55 
55 
55 
55 


2.0.0 
2.0.0 
- 2.0.0 
2.0.0 
2.0.0 


1.7.8 
1.7.8 
1.7.8 
1.7.8 
1.7.8 




;^ 12.11.0 



Nov. 9. 1782. The above account sworn to before me. 

Timo. Brownson, Asst. 

Pay Table Office, Nov. 19, 1782. The within pay roll being- 
examined and approved, the Trea.surer is directed to pay the 
same to Thomas Hinman or bearer, ihe sum of twelve pounds 



eleven shillings. 



Timothy Brownson ^ 

T , c/ r Committee 

John Strong \ 



Sunderland, April 25, 1783. Reed of Ira Allen, Treasurer, the 
contents of the above order in behalf of Thomas Hinman. 

Jonathan Buck. 

[178, see next roll] [Capt. Parmelee Aliens Company\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Parmelee Allen's Company of Rangers 
for the pay due to them from the State of Vermont, made up at 
^3 per man per month. 





When 


When 




Amount 


Names 


entered 


dis-' 


Days 


of 




service 


charge 


a 


pay 




1779 








Q. M. Sergt. Cogswell 


Aug' 1^' 


Nov. 1^ 


f 109 


10.18.0 


Sergt. Nath' Harmon 




( . i 


.» ki 


109 


10.18. 


" Elias Hall 




1 • ( 


(1 1 ( 


109 


10.18. 


'• Trueman Powell 




' • 


( 1 > 


109 


10.18. 


" Justice Allen 




t . ( 


1 ( > 


109 


10.18. 


Corpl. James Hoskin 




1 ( t 


i ( k 


100 


10.18. 


Reuben Baker 




. i ( 


( ( 1 


109 


10.18 


" Jona. 'I'yler 




i ( ( 


h ( i 


109 


10.18. 


Alpheus Hall 




1 ( i.\ 


( I I 


109 


10.18. 



]36 



STATE OF VERMONT 





When 


When 




Amount 


Names 


entered 


dis- 


Days 


of 




service 


charged 




pay 




1779 








John Eaton 


Aug* P' 


Nov. 17 


109 


10.18. 


Salmon Cogsel 




i 








109 


10.18. 


Drum Elan Lee 












109 


10.18. 


Fife Amos Stone 












109 


10.18. 


Francis Culver 












109 


10.18. 


Asa Lake 












109 


10.18. 


W" Crawford 












109 


10.18. 


Timo. Richardson 












109 


10.18. 


Philip Read 












109 


10.18. 


Bishop Warren 












109 


10.18. 


Jabesh Warren 












109 


10.18. 


Joseph Lawrence 












lOi^ 


10.18. 


John Russel 












109 


10.18. 


John Ballard 












109 


10.18. 


Daniel Ormsby 












109 


10.18. 


Israel Everest 












109 


10.18. 


Barabas Chipman 












109 


10.18. 


Sampson Marble 












109 


10.18. 


John Buck 












109 


10.18. 


Daniel Purdy 












109 


10.18. 


Gilbert Mallory 












109 


10.18. 


Eleazor Mallory 












109 


10.18. 


Barnard Ward 












109 


10.18. 


John Blanchard 












109 


10.18. 


jona. Marshal 












109 


10.18. 


Joseph Craw 












109 


10.18. 


Amasiah Russell 












109 


10.18. 


Isaac Marks 












109 


10.18. 


Martin Barber 












109 


10.18. 


Sam' Merriman 












109 


10.18. 


Jona. Prindle 












109 


10.18. 


Eph" Blackman 












109 


10.18. 


Abdiel Webster 












109 


10.18. 


Nehemiah Kellogg 












109 


10 18. 


John Christie 












109 


10.18. 


Elisha Kilbourn 












109 


10.18. 


Joshua Juno 












109 


10 18. 


Peter Powers 












109 


10.18. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



137 





When 


When 




Amount 


Names 


entered 


dis- 


Days 


of 




service 


charged 




pay 




1779 








Daniel Furbush 


Augt l^t 


Nov. 17 


109 


10.18. 


James Woodward 


> ( n 


t < t< 


109 


10.18. 


Eben^ Tuttle 


(1 . t 


( ( i( 


109 


10.18. 


Tho^ Powers 


1 1 ( ( 


11 1 ( 


109 


10.18. 


Abel Green 


t ( > ( 


1 1 It 


109 


10.18. 



Castleton, 17'*' Nov. 1779. I do hereby certify that this roll 
is just and true in all its parts. 

Parmelee Allen, Capt. 

Arlington, Nov. 17, 1779. To the Treasurer of the State of 
Vermont: You are hereby directed to pay the amount of the with- 
in roll to Capt. Parmelee Allen, being five hundred and sixty-six 
pounds sixteen shillings lawful money. 

Tho^ Chittenden. 

Rec'^ of I. Allen, Treasurer, the amount ot the above pay roll. 

;^566.16.0 Parmelee Allen, Capt. 

[288, see preceding roll] [Caj>f. Parmelee Allen s Company\ 

Pay Roll of Capt. Parmelee Allen's Company of Rangers, for 
service done the United States in the year 1779. 





When 










Names 


en- 
tered 
ser- 
vice 


When 
dis- 
charged 


Days 


Pr. 
month 


Total 


Capt. Parmelee Allen 


AugM 


Nov. 17 


109 


12. 


229. 4.0 


Lt. Benj. Everest 








109 


8. 


121.17.0 


" James Smith 








109 


8. 


121.17.0 


Q. M. S. L. Cogswell 








109 


3.10 


21.16.4 


Sergt. Nathl. Harmon 








109 


3. 


20. 0.0 


" Elihu [Elias] Hall 








109 


3. 


20. 0.0 


'' Truman Powell 








109 


3 


20. 0.0 


" Justice Allen 








109 


3. 


20. 0.0 


Corpl. James Haskins (Haw- 












kins) Hoskm' 


( t 1 < 


I ( i 1 


109 


4. 2 


16.19.9 



138 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 



" Reuben Baker 
" Jona. Tyler 

Elon Lee [drummer] 

Amos Stone [fifer] 

Alpheus Hall 

John Eaton 

Salmon Cogswell [Cogsel) 

Francis Culver 

Asa Lake 

Wm. Crawford 

Timo. Richardson 

Philip Read 

Bishop Warner 

Jabez Warren 

Joseph Lawrence 

John Russell 

Daniel Ormshy 

Israel Everest 

Barnabas Chipman 

Simeon (Samson'l Marble 

John Burk [B ick] 

John Bullard 

David [Daniel] Purdy 

Gilbert Mallery 

Bernard Ward 

John Blanchard 

Jona. Marshall 

Joseph Craw 

Amasiah Russell (Bussell) 

Isaac Marks 

Martin Barber 

Saml. Merriam (Meriman) 

Jonathan Prindle 

Ephr'" Blackman 

Abdiel Webster 

Nehemiah (eaten out) (Kel- 
logg) 

John Ains (eaten off) 

Christie 



When 
en- 
tered 
ser- 
vice 



AugM 



When 
dis- 
charged 



Nov. 17 



Days 



109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
1-09 

109 

109 



Pr. 

month 



2. 4 

2 4 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 



Tot 2 


1 


16.19.9 


16.19.9 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 


16. 


7.4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



139 





When 










Names 


en- 
tered 


When 
dis- 


Days 


Pr. 

month 


Total 




ser- 
vice 


charged 








Elisha Kilburn 


AugM 


Nov. 17 


109 


2. 


16. 7.4 


Joshua June (Juno) 




(I t i 


109 


2. 


16. 7.4 


Peter Powers 




1 ( ( ( 


109 


2. 


16. 7.4 


Danl. Furbush 




.4 44 


109 


2. 


16. 7.4 


Jas. Woodward 




4 4 4 4 


109 


2. 


16. 7.4 


Eben'^ Tuttle 




4 4 4 > 


109 


2. 


16. 7.4 


Thos. Dewey 




4 4 4 4 


109 


2. 


16. 7.4 


Abel Green 


" " 


4 k 4 4 


109 


2. 


16. 7.4 


Eleazer Mallory 


H < t 


4 4 4 4 


109 


2. 


16. 7.4 




;^1345.16.3 










$4486. 



Sworn to before me at Sunderland, this 19th. day of Novem- 
ber 1779. Timo. Brownson, Asst. 

March 28, 1782. Capt. Allen's receipt for this money on this 
roll is on a separate paper and enclosed. It was the same excepted 
that the continent would pay this roll, therefore the receipt was 
taken on another paper. I. Allen, Treasurer. 



[141] 



[^Ca/>i. Thomas Sawyer s Company\ 



Pay Roll of Capt. Thomas Sawyer's Company of Militia, raised 
for the defence of the Northern Frontiers of America — August, 
1779. 









Time of 


service 


Wages 
per 






Names 


Entered 


Dis- 
charged 






mouth 
and sub- 


Travel 
30 m. 


Total 
















Mouths 


Days 


sistence 






Capt. Thomas Sawyer 


Aug. 15 


Nov. 1 


2 


16 


12 


5" 


80.16.4 


Lt. Nathl. Holmes 


It 4. 


Oct. 15 


2 


1 


8 


5 


16.10.4 


En. Parish Coburn 


44 4( 


t ( ( < 




1 


6 


5 


12. 9.0 


Ser^t. Jacob Robuck 


•' 18 


Nov, 1 


2 


16 


12 


5 


30.16.4 


" ArchippasBlodgett 


" 15 


Oct. 15 


2 





6 


5 


11.19.0 


Asa Briggs 


44 44 




2 





6 


5 


11.19.0 


Matthew Randall 


4 4 1 ( 




2 





6 


5 


11.19.0 


Obadiah Risdon 


11 14 




2 





6 


5 


11.19.0 


Corpl. Thomas Willard 


i 4 11 




2 





5 


5 


10. 7.0 


Elijah Grandy 


14 4 4 




2 





5 


5 


10. 7.0 


Elijah Bishop 


14 14 




2 





5 


5 


10. 7.0 


Drmr Josiah Kellogg 


14 14 




2 





5 


5 


10. 7.0 



140 



STATE OF VERMONT 









Time of 


service 


Wages 
per 






Names 


Entered 


Dis- 
charged 






month 
and sub- 


Travel 
30 m. 


T(>tal 
















Months 


Days 


sistence 






John Lane 


Aug. 15 


Oct. 15 


2 





5 


5'' 


9.19.0 


Elijah Spafford 








2 





5 


5 


9.19.0 


Parley Gold 








2 





5 


5 


9.19.0 


Jeroham Sawyer 








2 





5 


5 


9.19.0 


James Handley 








2 





5 


5 


9.19.0 


EInathan Hunt 








2 





5 


5 


9.19.0 


Philip Spauldin 








2 





5 


5 


9.19.0 


Benj. Hinman 








2 





5 


5 


9.19.0 


Seth Hinman 








2 





5 


5 


9.19.0 


John Loggan 








2 





5 


5 


9. -.9.0 


John Ames 








2 





5 


5 


9.19.0 


Robert Grosser 








2 





5 


5 


9.19.0 


W'" Hemon 








2 





5 


5 


9.19.0 


Joshua Briggs 








2 





5 


5 


9.19.0 


Aphas Smith 








2 





5 


5 


9.19.0 


Phineas McKnight 








2 





5 


5 


9.19.0 


Daniel Risden 








2 





5 


5 


9.19.0 


John Bolton 








2 





5 


5 


9.19.0 


Daniel Hewlett 








2 





5 


5 


9.19.0 


Erederick Hard 








2 





5 


5 


9.19.0 


Samuel Smith 








2 





5 


5 


9.19.0 


Jacob Smith 








2 





5 


5 


9.19.0 


W'" Kellogg 








2 





5 


5 


9.19;0 


Benj. Foster 








2 





5 


5 


9.19-.0 


Richard Hoskins 








2 





5 


5 


9.19.0 


Silas Brookins 








2 





5 


5 


9.19.0 








£538. 5.0 



I do certify that the above pay roll is just and true, without 
fraud to the United States or any individual. 

Thomas Sawyer, Capt. 

Rutland, Dec. 7, 1779. This day personally appeared Capt. 
Thomas Sawyer and made oath to the authenticity of the above 
pay roll. Before me 

Reuben Harmon , Justice of Peace. 



Reed, Tinmouth, June 17, 1780, of Noah Smith, Paymaster, 
four hundred and thirty-eight pounds five shillings, the full amount 
of the above pay roll, in behalf of Capt. Thomas Sawyer. 
^438.5.0 ' Parish Coburn. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR R0L1,S 



141 



[151] 



\Capt. John Stark's Company, under Capt. P. Allen\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. John Stark's Company, commanded at 
this time by Capt. Parmelee Allen in Col. Gideon Warren's Regi- 
ment of Militia, for service done in defence of the United States 
to the northward frontiers, allowing at the rate of fifty shillings 
per month for each man's pay for the State of Vermont. 



Names 


Entered 


• 
Return- 
ed home 


Days 


Total 


Parmelee Allen 


Nov. 6 


Nov. 16 




18.& 


Saml. Willard 






4 ( 




0.18.& 


Joel Harmon 






t \ 




0.18.9 


David Comstock 






( fc 




0.16.9 


Nathl. Harmon 






( ( 




0.18.9 


Ezekiel Harmon 






< I 




0.18 9 


Philip Read 






t t 




0.18.& 


Timothy Allen 






a 




0.18.9 


Simeon Barton 






" 12 




0.11.6 


Lemuel Clark 






'' 16 




0.18.9 


Gideon Adams 






t ( fc i 




0.18.9 


Abel Castle 






t ( 1 ( 




0.18.9 


Caleb Allen 






( t (1 




0.18.9 


Joseph Willard 






( t ( ( 




18.9 


David Cassei 






" 12 




0.11.6 


Benajah Stark 






" 16 




0.18.9 


John Stewart 










0.18.9 


Chauncey Abbot 










0.18.9 


Nathan Chassel 










18.9 


John Bark Hartwick 










0.18.9 


Justus Allen 










0.18.9 


James Haskins 










0.18.9 


Elisha Gilburd 










0.18.9 


Jedediah Read 










0.18.9 


Joseph Lawrence 










0.18.9 


Eldad Curtis 






" 12 


7 


0.11.8 


Obadiah Winters 






t ( It 


i 


. 0.11.8 


John Blanchard 






" 16 


11 


0.18.9 


David Gilmore 


" 16 


" 12 


i 


0.11.8 
^24.18.4 



142 



STATE OF VERMONT 



The within pay roll examined and approved and the Treasurer 
is ordered to pay the same to Col. Gideon Warren, which is twenty- 
four pounds eighteen shillings and four pence. 

Thos. Chittenden. 

April 15, 1779. Then received of the Treasurer the contents 
of the above order. Per me, Gideon Warren. 



[54] 



\Capt. Simco7i Wrighfs Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Simeon Wright's Company of Militia in 
Col. Gideon Warren's Regt. for an alarm at Neshobe [Brandon] for 
three days in the month of November ye 22d, 1779, the Capt. and 
Lieut, being absent, Ensign Nathl. Blanchard had command. 



Names and Rank 



Nathl. Blanchard, Ensign 
Roswell Post, Sergt. 
Daniel Smith, Sergt. 
Solomon Purdy, Sergt. 
Elisha Wright, Sergt. 
Abner Mead, Corpl 
Amasa Blanchard, do. 



Benj. Johnson, do 
John Smith, do 

John Moses, Jr. 
Jos. Chipman 
Elisha Johnson 
Stephen Mead 
Thos. Hinman 
B. Garnesay Root 
Joshua Pratt 
Silas Pratt, Jr. 
Abel Wright 
Wait Wright 
Zebulon Mead, Jr. 
Henry Mead 
Moses Pratt 
Jas. Sutherland 
Wm. Sutherland 



No. of 


Miles 


days 


travel 


3 


20 


3 


20 


3 


20 


3 


20 


3 


20 


3 


20 


3 


20 


3 


20 


3 


20 


3 


20 


O 


20 


3 


20 


o 
O 


20 


3 


20 


3 


20 


3 


20 


3 


20 


3 


20 


3 


20 


3 


20 - 


• 3 


20 


3 


20 


3 


20 


3 


20 



Amt. pay 
due 



^0.19.8 
11.8 
11.8 
11.8 
11.8 
11.2 
11.2 
11.2 
11.2 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



143 



Names and Rank 


No. of 
days 


Miles 
travel 


Am.t. pay 
due 


Simeon Wright, Jr. 
Eben^ Pratt 
Aaron Miller 
Jona. Sweet 
Jona. Newton 
Neh. Whipple 
David Smith 
Lemuel Bradley 
Silas Smith 


o 

O 

3 

o 
O 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 


20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 


^10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 




^18. 9.8 



Nathl. Blanchard, Ensign. 

Rutland ss. Rutland, June 14, 1781. Personally appeared 
ensign Nathl. Blanchard and m.ade oath that the above muster roll 
is just and true in all its parts, without fraud to the State or in- 
dividuals. Sworn before me, 

Jos. Bowker, Assistant. 

Rutland, June. 26, 1781. To the Treasurer of this State. 

Sir, Please to pay to Capt. Simeon Wright the money that 
shall be found due on the within pay roll and his receipt shall be 
your security, From, sir, your humble servt., 

Nathl. Blanchard, Ensign. 



Pay Table Office. Augt. 6, 1781. The within roll examined 
and approved, and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same 
to Capt. Simeon Wright or bearer, being ^18.6.8 lawful money. 



Jno Fassett 
Timo. Brownson 



Corn' 



Date above reed, of the Treas-urer the contents of the above 
order. _ Simeon Wright. 



144 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[223] \^Capt. Ephraim BuelVs Company~\ 

A Pay Roll for Capt. Ephraim Buell's Company in Col. War- 
ren's Regiment of Militia, for their service done in the year 177&' 
in Scouting for the security of the frontiers, commencing the 10th. 
of May, 1779 and ending 3d. of December 1779, the money being 
due from the State of Vermont. 



Names 


When 
en- 
tered 


When 
left 


Days 


Pr. 

month 


Amt. 

wages and 

rations 




1779 


1779 








Capt. Ephraim Buell 


May 1 


Dec. 3 


7 


8.0.0 


2.10. 8 


Lt. Israel Hurlbut 






7 


5.8,0 


1.14.15 


•En. Gershom Lake^ 
Sergt. John Eaton 






8 


5.8 


1.17. 4 






6 


2.8.0 


0.13. 6 


" Azanel Blanchard 






8 


2.8.0 


18. 0- 


Alpheus Hall 






6 


280 


0.13. 6 


Jesse Belknap 






5 


200 


0. 8. 


Joseph Hawkins 






2 


2.0 


0. 4. 


Reuben Moulton 






5 


2 0.0 


0.10. 


John Moulton 






6 


2.0 


0.12. 


Elias Hall 






6 


200 


0.12. 


Salmon Cogsel 






5 


2 00 


0,10. 


Brewster Higley 






3 


2.0 


0. G. 


Brewster Higley, Jr. 






6 


200 


0.12. 


Nehemiah Hoyt 






7 


2.0.0 


0.14. 0- 


Zadock Remington 






4 


2 0.0 


0. 8. 


Perez Sturtevant 






5 


2.0.0 


0. 8. O.- 


^Asa Lakev^ 






5 


2.0.0 


O.I 0. 0.' 


Elisha Kilbburn 






4 


20.0 


0. 5. 4 


Gershom Moulton 






5 


2.0.0 


0.10 


George Foot 






2 


2.0 


0. 4. 


Eli Cogsel 






8 


2.0.0 


0.16. 


Arannah Woodward 






f; 


20.0 


0.12. 0- 


Benj. Rifford (Ufeord) 









2.0 


0. 6. 8. 


Benj. Bennett 






3 


200 


0. 6. 


William Bogue 






3 


2.00 


0. 6. 


John Bogue (Boog) 






5 


2.0.0 


0. 6. 8 


Peter Cogsel 






2 


2.0.0 


0. 4. 


Jonathan Gilmore 






2 


2.0.0 


0. 4. 


Adams Johnson 




* 


2 


2.0.0 


0. 4. a 


James Gilmore 




I ( ( ( 


2 


2.0.0 


0. 4. 


John Anderson 






2 


2.0.0 


0. 4. 

£1^. 4. 1 



Ephraim Buell, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



145 



Pay Table Office. 11th. June, 1781. The within roll being ex- 
amined is approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same 
which is eighteen pounds fourteen shillings and one penny. 

Thos. Chittenden » ^ ... 

„.. n y Committee 

1 imo. Brownson ) 

Date above received of the Treasurer the contents of the 
within roll. 

;^18.14:. 1 Pr. me. Ephraim Buel , Capt. 

[170] [Capf. Timothy Bush's Company^ 

A Pav Roll of Timothy Bush's Company, under the directions 
of Maj. Whitcomb, Jan. 21, 1780. 





Time of 


J3 




Wages 
due 




Pay 


Amt. 




Names 


engage- 


a 


Days 


Miles 


per 


of 


Total 




ment 


o 






mile 


travel 




Capt. Timothy Bush 


Jan. 21 


25 


14.13.4 


40 


4d 


0.13.4 


15. 6.8 


Serg* Buel 


•' 24 




19 


3.18.5 


40 


4 


13.4 


4.11.9 


Corp> White 






19 


3.11.9 


40 


4 


13.4 


4. 5.1 


John Burnap 






19 


3. 5.4 


40 


4 


13.4 


3.18.8 


James Burnap 






19 


3. 5.4 


40 


4 


13.4 


3.18.8 


John Burton 






19 


3. 5.4 


40 


4 


13.4 


3.18.8 


Philip Delano 






19 


3. 5.4 


40 


4 


1.S.4 


3.18.8 


James Waulon 






19 


3. 5.4 


40 


4 


13.4 


3.18.8 


Jehiel Boardman 






19 


3. 5.4 


40 


4 


13.4 


3.18.8 


Elisha Waterman 






19 


3. 5.4 


40 


4 


13.4 


3.18.8 


Daniel Brown 






19 


3. 5.4 


40 


4 


18. 4 


3.18.8 


Pierce Burton 






19 


3. 5.4 


40 


4 


13.4 


3.18.8 


Elliot Bartlet 






19 


3. 5.4 


40 


4 


13.4 


3.18.8 


Jacob Fowler 






19 


3. 5.4 


.40 


4 


13.4 


3.18.8 








Capt 


ain's B 


.ations 


3.12.6 










;^70.3.4 



A true Pay Roll. 

Attest, Tim" Bush, Captain 
Sworn before John Fassett, Asst. 

State of Vermont. Pay Table Office. The within Pay Roll 

examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 

same to Capt, Tim°y Bush or bearer, being the sum of seventy 

pounds three shillings and four pence, lawful money. Given at 

Windsor, April 13, 1781. 

Tho^ Chittenden. ) <-^_^:.t«« 
- , „ .. V Committee 

John Fassett. ) 

June 14, 1781. ReC^ of I. Allen, Treasurer, seventy pound 
three shillings and four pence for Capt. T. Bush. 

Eli Burton. 
[10] 



146 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[381] [A Scout under Lieut. Hezekiah Silaway\ 

Pay Roll of a Scout from Moretown, Jan. 1780. 



Names 



Hezekiah Silloway, Lt. 
John Martin 
Robert Kanady 
John Gault, Sergt 
Samuel Davis 



Days 


?>■ day 


Miles 


pf mile 


8 


4.3 


70 


4d 


8 


1.4 


70 


4 


8 


1 4 


70 


4 


8 


1.7 


70 


4 


8 


1.4 


70 


4 



Total 



3.17.4 
1.14.0 
1.14.0 
1.16.0 
1.14.0 



;^9.l0.4 



' Test, Hezekiah Silaway, Com"^*^ of said Scout. 

Attest, John Barron, Major. 

Pay Table Office, Rutland, Oct. 29, 1784. The within Pay 
Roll being' examined and approved, the Treasurer will pay the 
contents of the same to Maj. John Barron for said Scout, being the 
sum of nine pounds 15/4 lawful money. 



Rutland, Oct. 29, 1784. 
the above order. 
^9.15.4. 



Timothy Brownson, ) Committee 
Thomas lolman, \ 

Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of 

John Barron. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



147 



[313] 



\Capl. Nehemiah LoveweWs Company] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Nehemiah Lovewell's Company, raised 
by order of Peter Olcott Esq. Colonel, for the defense of the 
frontiers of the State of Vermont. 





Time of Service 


Per 




Com- 


Names 


Mos. 


Days 


month 
dolls. 


Total 

£. S. D. 


mence- 

ment of 

pay 








1780 


Nehemiah Lovewell, Capt. 


2 




33>^ 


20. 0.0 


Feb. 1 


James Ladd, 1st. Lieut. 


1 


14 


21X 


9. 7.0 


( t a 


John Thompson, 2nd " 


1 


14 


11% 


9. 7.0 


( ( , ( 


Benj. Barnett, Sergt. 


2 




8 


4.16.0 


t i 1 1 


Peter Lurvey, do 


• 1 


3 


8 


2.12.9 


i fc i i 


Oliver Hand, do 


1 


14 


8 


3.12.0 


( i ( ( 


John Sloan, do 


1 


14 


8 


3.12.0 


It. (1 


Hezekiah Ford, Corpl. 


1 


3 


7/3 


2. 9.0 


" 4 


Hugh Palmer, do 


1 


6 


7/3 


2.14.0 


" 10 


Moses Barron 


1 


14 


7/ 


3. 6.0 


" 12 


William Lock 


1 


9 


7^ 


2.19.0 


( ( k k 


Abijah Bayley 


1 


9 


6/3 


2.12.0 


( ( 1 > 


John Barnett 


1 


6 


6/3 


2. 8.0 


" 14 


Jeremiah Bowen 


1 


3 


6/3 


2. 4.0 


" 11 


Ichabod Chandler 


1 


3 


6/3 


2. 4.0 


" 4 


Charles Crook 


1 




6/3 


2. 0.0 


" 5 


Abel Davis 


1 


9 


6/ 


2.12.0 


( ( (> 


William Darbe 


1 


6 


6/3 


2. 8.0 


" 11 


Abel DaviSs Jr. 


1 


9 


6/ 


2.12.0 


" 4 


John Gait 


1 


9 


6/ 


2.12.0 


( ( t i 


Hugh Gammon 


1 


3 


6/ 


2. 4.0 


" 6 


John Gibion 


2 




6/3 


4. 0.0 


" 1 


Nehemiah Gilman 


1 


9 


6/ 


2.12.0 


" 14 


Ira Hand 


1 


14 


6/3 


2.19.0 


( ( it 


David Haseltine 


1 


9 


6/3 


2.12.0 


( ( k t 


Jesse Heath 


1 


9 


6/ 


2.12.0 


( ( (( 


William Johnston 


1 




6/ 


2. 0.0 


" 4 


Henry Lovewell 


2 




6/3 


4. 0.0 


" 1 


Zacheus Lovewell 


2 




6/ 


4. 0.0 


(( (( 


James Miller 


1 




6/3 


2. 0.0 


" 11 


Noah. Moulton 


1 


14 


6/ 


2.19.0 


" 14 


Ebenezer Olmstead 


1 


9 


6/3 


2.12.0 


" 12 


Ichabod Patterson 


1 




6/ 


2. 0.0 


" 4 



148 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 



Asa Parker 
Andrew Parker 
Phineas Starts 
Matthew Sloan 
Amos Skinner 
John Skeels 
Asa Webster 
Joseph White 
Samuel Root 
Jonathan Moulton 



Time of Service 


Per 

month 






Mos. 


Days 


dolls. 




9 


^fz 




.9 


62/S 




9 


62/3 




9 


6/3 






QYz 




9 


60 




3 


603 






60 







603 




•9 


1 



Total 



£■ s- D. 
2.12.0 
2.12.0 
2.12.0 
•2.12.0 
2. 0.0 
2.12.0 
2. 4.0 
2. 0.0 
2. 0.0 
2.12.0 



;2{;i46.12 9 



Com- 
mence- 
ment of 
pay 



1780 
Feb, 4 
11 
18 






11 



Neh^ Lovewell, Capt. 

This roll is made up according to the first establishment in 
the continental Army, without any allowance for the tall of 
money. Neh'' Lovewell, Capt. 

Pay Table office, Bennington, Feb. 19, 1782. The within 

pay roll being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to 

pay the sum of one hundred and forty-six pounds twelve shillings 

and nine pence to Capt. Nehcmiah Lovewell or order. 

Nathl. Brush, | ^ ^:ff^^ 
T ^- 1- r Committee 

Isaac lichenor \ 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, Oct. 24, 1782. Reed, of Ira 
Allen, Treasurer, the contents of this order, for Capt. Lovewell. 

Neh'' Lovewell. 
£ 46.12.9 

[10] l^Lieut. Calvin Parkhursfs command^ 

A Pay Roll of Lieut. Calvin Parkhurst and eight privates who 
have been in the service of the United States one month and a half 
in guarding the frontiers of this state, the winter past, viz: 

One sub" 45 days @ 149y per day .... ^324.0.0 

Eight privates 45 days each @ 53y4 per day each . 960.0.0 

^1284.0.0' 
Calvin Parkhurst, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



149 



Westminster, March 16, 1780, In Council The above pay roll 
examined and approved by order of the (xovernor and Council. 

Jos. Fay, Sec'y. 

Pay Table Oflfice, 23'' Feby. 1781. The Treasurer is directed 
to allow on the above order thirty-two pounds two shillings, lawful 
money.. 

Thos. Chittenden, Timo. Brownson, Com^^. 

Rec'd. of the Treasurer the contents of the above order. 

Aaron Storrs. 

[250] [Capt Zebediah Dewey s Men] 

Capt. Zebediah Dewey's pay roll for five men for going to 
Brown's Company before they went to Ty [Ticonderoga] in March, 
1780. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


John Richards 
John Smith 
Benj. Penmety 
Elkanah Ashley 
Wm. Richards 


3 
3 

3 

3 

3 


20 
20 
20 
20 
20 


0.10.8 
0.10.8 
0.10.8 
0.10.8 
0.10.8 




^2 13.4 



Zebediah Dewey, Capt. 

17th May, 1781, The above named Zebediah Dewey swore to 
the above Pay Roll, before me, Thos. Chittenden, Gov^ 

Pay Table Office, 1st of June 1781. The Treasurer is directed 
to pay to Capt. Zebediah Dewey the within, being two pounds 
thirteen shillings and 4^^. 

Thos. Chittenden 

Timo. Brownson 

Date above reed, the contents of the above order of the 
Treasurer. 

^2.13.4 Zebediah Dewey, Capt. 



I Committee 



150 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[334] {^Capt. Daniel Comstock's Company {parf)'\ 

A Pay Roll of part of Daniel Comstock's Company that turned 
out on the emergency of March 22 and March 26 A. D. 1780. 



Names 


Days 


Wages 


Miles 


Travel 


Total 


Daniel Comstock, Capt. 


5 


1.13. 


4 


85 


1.8.4 


3. 1.8 


Samuel Hoit, En. 


1 


4. 


3 


15 


5.0 


9.3 


John Lee, Sergt. 


1 


1. 


7 


15 


5.0 


6.7 


Benja. Bingham, " 


4 


6. 


4 


70 


1.3.4 


1. 9.8 


Robert Averill, " 


5 


7.11 


85 


1.8.4 


1.16.3 


Eber. Bradley, Fifer 


4 


5.10 


70 


1.3.4 


1. 9.2 


Gilbert Bradley, Corp. 


5 


7. 


3 


85 


1.8.4 


1.15.7 


Joel Brownson 


5 


7. 


3 


85 


1.8.4 


1.15.7 


Joseph Averill 


5 


6. 


8 


85 


1.8.4 


1.15.0 


Leml. Bradley 


5 


6. 


8 


85 


1.8.4 


1.15.0 


J oh on Board man 


5 


6. 


8 


85 


1.8.4 


1.15.0 


Samuel Barrett 


1 


1. 


4 


15 


1.5.0 


6.4 


Jedediah Bingham 


5 


6. 


8 


85 


1.8.4 


1.15.0 


Azariah Bradley 


5 


6. 


8 


85 


1.8.4 


1.15.0 


Daniel Barber 


4 


5. 


4 


70 


1.5.4 


1. 8.8 


Tisk Bartlet 


1 


1. 


4 


15 


0.5 


6.4 


Asa Brownson 


1 


1. 


4 


15 


5.0 


6.4 


Zenas Bradley 


1 


1. 


4 


15 


5.0 


6.4 


Joseph Bradley, Jr. 


4 


5. 


4 


70 


1.3.4 


1. 8.8 


Jesse Chipman 


1 


1. 


4 


15 


5.0 


6.4 


Barnabas Chipman 


4 


5. 


4 


70 


1.3.4 


1. 8.8 


Edward Everts 


1 


1. 


4 


15 


5.0 


6.4 


David Hoit 


2 


2. 


8 


20 


6.8 


9.4 


Benjamin Lewis 


1 


1. 


4 


15 


5.0 


6.4 


Benjamin Meigs 


4 


4. 


5 


70 


L3.4 


1. 8.8 


Reuben Pitcher 


1 


1. 


4 


15 


5.0 


6.4 


John Kelly 


4. 


5. 


4 


70 


1.3.4 


1. 8.8 


Jesse Welden 


4 


5. 


4 


70 


1.3.4 


1. 8.8 


Joseph Whitford 


4 


5. 


4 


70 


1.3.4 


1. 8.8 




;^33.19.5 



June 7, 1781. Capt. Comstock swore to the within roll in 
common form Before me, Thos. Chittenden, Gov'' 

Pay Table Office, 7th of June, 1781. The within roll examined 
and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same, which 
is thirty-three pounds nineteen shillings and four pence. 

Thos. Chittenden 
Timo. Brownson 



Com« 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



151 



Date above reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above 
order. 

;^33.19.5 Danl. Comstock, Capt. 



[226] 



[Capf. Abel Merriman s Company\ 



An Abstract of Pay for Capt. Abel Merriman's Company, Col. 
Ebene. Allen's Regiment of Militia, in their tours to Skeensboro', 
Ticonderoga and BuUwagg Bay, in March, Anno Domini, 1780. 



Names 


Days 


Amt. of 
wages 


Miles 


Amt. 
milage 


Total 


1 Captain 

2 Subalterns 

3 Sergeants 
2 Corporals 

23 Rank and file 


6 
19 
26 
12 
96 


2. 0.0 
4. 2.4 
2. 1.2 
0.17.9 
10.18.0 


64 

184 

273 

128 

1009 


1. 1.4 
3. 1.4 
4.11.0 

2. 2.8 
16.16.4 


3. 1. 4 
7. 3. 8 
6.12. 2 
3. 0. 5 
27.14 4 




•;^47.]1.11 



This is a true abstract. 



30th June, 
before me. 



1781. Capt. 



Test, Abel Merriman, Capt. 

Merriman swore to the above roll 
Thos. Chittenden, Gov. 



June 30, 1781. The within Pay Roll examined and approved, 
the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Capt. Abel Merriman 
the sum of forty-seven pounds eleven shillings and eleven pence. 

Timothy Brownson | ^ 

T 1, T? 4-4. r Committee 

John Fassett j 

Date fabove, received of the Treasurer the contents of the 
within. Abel Merriman. 



152 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[359] 



[^Capt. Daniel SviitJCs Company] 



A Pay Roll for Capt. Daniel Smith's Company in Col. Ira 
Allen's Regt. ot Militia in an alarm to Skeensboro', March, 1780. 



I 



Names 


Days 

2 


Miles 


Per Day 


Total 


Capt. Daniel Smith 


20 


5.4 


1. 0. 


Lt. John Cochran 


2 


20 


3.7 


15. 2 


"En. Timo. Mighles 


2 


20 


3.7 


15. 2 


Clerk Peter Roberts 


2 


20 


1.7 


9.10 


Sergt. Joel Shelden 


2 


20 


1.7 


9.10 


" Oliver Scott 


2 


20 


1.7 


9.10 


Amos Curtis 


2 


20 


1.4 


9. 4 


Eben'^ Hurlburt 


2 


20 


1.4 


9. 4 


Phineas Sheldon 


2 


20 


1.4 


9. 4 


Eben'' Morse 


2 


20 


1.4 


9. 4 


Noah Morse 


2 


20 


1.4 


9. 4 


Abijah Dunning 


2 


20 


1.4 


9. 4 


Jona. Armstrong 


2 


20 


1.4 


9. 4 


Jedediah Barton 


2 


20 


1.4 


9. 4 


Israel Smith 


2 


20 


1.4 


9. 4 


David Cranson 


2 


20 


1.4 


9. 4 




£^.n. 2 



Attest, Daniel Smith, Capt. 



Pay Table Office, Arlington, June 6, 1781. The within roll 
examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same to Capt. Daniel Smith or bearer, being the sum of eight 
pounds thirteen shillings and two pence, lawful money. 

Thos. Chittenden ) ^ 

T u 17 i.,. r Com^« 

John Fassett ) 

Date above, reed, of the Treasurer the above contents. 
£%. 13.2. Danl. Smith, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



153 



[258] 



[A Rutland Company under Ensign Isaac Cushman^ 



A Pay Roll for a Company of Militia, belonging to Rutland, 
under the command of Ensign Isaac Cushman, on an Expedition 
to Ticonderoga in March, 1780, at the time of the invasion of 
Skeensborough Fort. 



Names 


Days 

7 


Miles 


Total 


Isaac Cushman, En. 


55 


2. 3. 1 


Henry Strong, Sergt. 


7 


55 


1. 9. 5 


Saml. Williams, " 


7 


55 


1. 9. 5 


Sylvanus Brown 


7 


55 


1. 7. 8 


Solomon Hill 


7 


55 


1. 7. 8 


Daniel Squier 


7 


55 


1. 7. 8 


John Forbes 


7 


55 


1. 7. 8 


Wm. Barnes 


7 


55 


1. 7. 8 


Isaiah Hunewell 


7 


55 


1. 7. 8 


Saml. Beach, Lt., Volun^ 


7 


55 


1. 7. 8 


Edward Waters 


9 


55 


2. 2. 


W" Post 


9 


55 


1.18. 8 


Moses Hale 


7 


55 


0.17. 


Asa Edmunds 


4 


55 


0.17. 


Joseph Keeler 


4- 


55 


0.17. 


Aaron Scott 


4 


55 


0.17. 


Micah Whitney 


4 


55 


0.17. 


Noah Beach 


4 


55 


0.17. 


John Stratton 


4 


55 


0.17. 


Naihan Pratt, Jr. [Perry? Perty?] 


4 


55 


0.17. 


Stephen Williams 


4 


55 


0.17. 


Nathan Pratt 


4 


55 


0.17. 


Frederick Cushman 


4 


55 


0.17. 


Elias Post 


4 


55 


C.17. 


Gideon Walker 


4 


55 


0.17. 


Alexander Barr 


4 


55 


0.17. 


Thos. Hale 


4 


55 


0.17. 


Josiah Hale 


4 


55 


0.17. 


Bezaleel Dewey 


4 


55 


0.17. 


Obadiah Wheeler 


4 


55 


0.17. 




^34.17.11 



Attest, Isaac Cushman, Ensign. 



154 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Rutland, May 31, 1781. Personally appeared Ensign Isaac 
Cushman, signer of the above pay roll and made solemn oath to 
the truth of the same. Before me, 

Jonathan Bruce, Justice of Peace. ■ 

Pay Table OSce, 12th June 1781. The within. Pay Roll ex- 
amined and approved, and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same to Isaac Cushman, or order, which is thirty-four pounds 
seventeen shillings and eleven pence. 

Thos. Chittenden ) ^ 

n^- r, y Committee. 

Timo, Brownson ) 

Rutland, June 8, 1781. To his Excellency Thos. Chittenden, 
Esq. Please to deliver the sum of the within roll to the bearer, 
Sylvanus Brown, and yon will oblige 

Your humble servant, Isaac Cushman. 

Date above reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above 
order. 
;^34.17.11 Sylvanus Brown. 



[235] 



[CaJ>t Simeon Wrtghfs Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Simeon Wright's Company of Militia in 
Col. Gideon Warren's Regiment for a scout to the Lake against 
Crownpoint and then to Ticonderoga the last of March, in the 
year 1780. 



Names 



Simeon Wright, Capt. 
Saml. Campbell, Lt. 
Nathl. Blanchard, En. 
Roswell Post, Jr., Sergt. 
Daniel Smith, '* 

Elisha Wright, " 

Solomon Purdy, " 
Abner Mead, Corpl. 



Days 


Miles 


7 


50 


7 


50 


7 


50 


7 


50 


7 


50 


7 


50 


7 


50 


3 


30 



Subsist- 
ence 
per day 

0.1.8 
0.0.8 



Pay per 


month 


8. 


0.0 


5.10.0 


5.10.0 


2. 


8.9 


2. 


8.9 


2. 


8.0 


2. 


8.0 


2. 


4.0 



Total 



3. 
2. 
2. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 



5.8 
6 5 
^.b 
7.9 
7.9 
7.9 
7.9 



0.14.5 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



155 









Subsist- 


Pay per 
month 




Names 


Days 


Miles 


ence 
per day 


Total 


Benj. Johnson, Corpl. 


7 


50 




2. 4.0 


1. 6.8 


John Smith, 


7 


50 




2. 4.0 


1. 6.8 


Amasa Blanchard, " 


7 


50 




2. 4.0 


1. 6.8 


Thomas Lee 


7 


50 




2. 0.0 


1. 6.0 


Isaac Martin 


7 


50 




2. 0.0 


1. 6.0 


Nehemiah Whipple 


4 


30 




2. 0.0 


0.15.4 


Simeon Wright, Jr. 


5 


30 




2. 0.0 


0.16.8 


Benj. Whipple 


3 


30 




2. 0.0 


0.14.0 


Neh^ Gates 


7 


50 




2. 0.0 


1. 6.0 


Zenas Ross 


7- 


50 




2. 0.0 


1. 6.0 


David Whipple 


7 


50 




2. 0.0 


1. 6.0 


John Moses, Jr. 


7 


50 




2. 0.0 


1. 6.0 


B. Garnsey Root 


7 


50 




2. 0.0 


1. 6.0 


Henry Mead 


7 


50 




2. 0.0 


1. 6.0 


Joshua Pratt 


7 


50 




2. 0.0 


1. 6.0 


Silas Pratt 


7 


50 




2. 0.0 


1. 6.0 


W^ Dwinnell 


3 


30 




2. 0.0 


0.14.0 


John Sutherland 


3 


30 




2. 


0.14.0 


Justus Sutherland 


4 


30 




2. 0.0 


0.15.4 


Jonathan Adams 


3 


30 




2. 0.0 


0.14.0 


Joel Roberts 


4 


30 




2. 0.0 


1. 


James Sutherland * 


7 


50 




2. 0.0 


15.4 


Isaac Mead 


7 


50 




2. 0.0 


1. 6.0 


Ebene. Sterns 


7 


50 




2. 0.0 


1. 6.0 


Joseph Chipman 


7 


50 




2. 0.0 


1. 6.0 


Waight Wright 


7 


50 




2. 0.0 


1. 6.0 


John Cook 


7 


50 




2. 0.0 


1. 6.0 


Robert Huston 


7 


50 




2. 0.0 


1. 6.0 


John Hinman 


7 


50 




2. 0.0 


1. 6.0 


Aaron Miller 


3 


30 




2. 0.0 


0.14.0 


David Kingsley 


3 


30 




2. 0.0 


0.14.0 


Michael Coanson 


7 


50 




2. 0.0 


1. 6.0 


Lebbeus Johnson 


7 


50 




2. 0.0 


1. 6.0 


Abel Wright 


7 


50 




2. 0.0 


1. 6.0 


Jonathan Sweet 


3 


30 




2. 0.0 


6.14.0 


Saml. Shelding 


7 


50 




2. 0.0 


1. 6.0 

^54.16.7 



Simeon Wright, Capt. 



156 



STATE OF VERMONT 



i Com^« 



State of Vermont, Arlington, Aug. 4, 1781. Sworn to be- 
fore John Fassett, Jr., Asst. 

Pay Table Office, Aug. 4. 1781. The written roll examined 
and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 
Capt. Simeon Wright, or bearer, being fifty-four pounds sixteen 
shillings and seven'pence. John Fassett 

Timothy Brownson 

Date above received of the Treasurer the contents of the above 
order. Simeon Wright. 

£b^ 16.7 
[130] \Capt. Abraham Underhiir s Company\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Abraham Underhill's Company, Col. Ira 
Allen's Regiment of Militia for service done in defence of the 
frontiers the 22^ March, 1780. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


Capt. Abr. Underbill 


1 


14 


0.16.4 


Corpl. Dan Kent 


6 


10 


1. 8.9 


Wm. Manley 


6 


60 


1. 8.9 


Cephas Kent 


1 


10 


0. 4.8 


John Gray 


6 


60 


1. 8.0 


Ichabod Dimock 


1 


10 


0. 4.8 


Reuben Bloomer 


6 


60 


1. 8.0 


Isaac Underbill 


6 


60 


1. 8.0 


George Gage 


1 


10 


0. 4.8 


Joseph Ingal 


1 


14 


0. 6.0. 


John Manley 


1 


14 


0. 6.0 


Alexander Kent 


6 


40 


1. 1.4 


John Kent 


1 


10 


0. 4.8 


John Farwell 


1 


10 


0. 4.8 


James Willcocks 


6 


60 


1. 8 


John Moss 


6 


40 


1. 1.4 


Joseph Curtis 


6 


40 


1. 1.4 


Matthias Morss 


6 


40 


1. 1.4 


Josiah Foster 


6 


40 


1. 1.4 


Henry Allen 


6 


40 


1. 1.4 


Asa Strong 


6 


60 


1. 8.0 


Thomas Coan 


6 


60 


1. 8.0 


Prince Paddock 


6 


60 


1. 8.0 


Jacob Sikes 


6 


60 


1. 8.0 


Silas Reynolds 


6 


60 


1. 8.0 
^24. 4.2 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



1.57 



Pay Table Office, ir'> June. 1781. The within roll being 

examined is approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 

same, which is twenty four pounds fourteen shillings and two 

pence. Thos. Chittenden / ^- ' 

T^™ *i, D r Committee 

Timothy Brownson ( 

Date above received of the Treasurer the contents of the 
above order. Abraham Underbill, Capt. 

One pound eight shillings paid back, which was put in through 
mistake, 

[146] l^Capt. Daniel Smith'' s Company\ 

A Pay Roll for Capt. Daniel Smith's Company in Col. Ira 
Allen's Regiment of Militia in an alarm to Mount Independence 
in March. 1780. 



Names 


Days 
6 


Capt. Daniel Smith 


Lt. John Cochran 


6 


Peter Roberts, Clerk 


6 


Sergt. Joel Shelden 


6 


'♦ Oliver Scott 


6 


Noah Smith 


6 


W" Gold 


6 


Phineas Smith 


6 


Abijah Dunningr 


(! 


Jedediah Barton 


6 


Asa Strong 


6 


James Paul 


6 


David Cranson 


6 


Josiab Foster 


6 


David Brady 


6 



Miles 



fiO 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 



Wages 

pr 

day 



5.4 
3.7 
1.7 
1.7 
1.7 
1.4 
1.4 



.4 
.4 
.4 
.4 



1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 



Sub- 
sist- 
ence 
per 
day 



1.4 
.8 



Sum 

of 

"wages 



12.0 
1.6 
9.6 
9.6 
9.6 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 



Sum 


Sum of 




of 


subsist- 


Total 


milage 


ence 




1.0.0 


0.8.0 


3. 0.0 


1.0.0 


0.4.0 


3. 5.6 


1.0 




1. 9.6 


1.0.0 




1. 9.6 


1.0.0 




1. 9.6 


1.0.0 




1. 8.0 


1.0.0 




1. 8.0 


1.0,0 




1. 8.0 


1.0.0 




1. 8.0 


1.0.0 




1. 8.0 


1.0.0 




1. 8.0 


1.0.0 




1. 8.0 


1.0.0 




1. 8.0 


1.0.0 




1. 8.0 


1.0.0 




1. 8.0 
;^28.14.0 



Attest, Daniel Smith. Capt. 

State of Vermont, Arlington. June 6. 1781. Personally ap- 
peared the within named Capt. Daniel Smith and made oath that 
to the best of his knowledge the within roll is just and true. 

Before me John Fasset, Assistant. 

Pay Table Office, Arlington, June 6, 1781. The within roll 
examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same to Capt. Daniel Smith or bearer, being the sum of twenty- 
three pounds fourteen shillings, lawful money. 

Thomas Chittenden | ,, 

T r, T:^ . ,.* \ Committee 

John Fassett \ 

Date above received of the Treasurer the above conients. 

Daniel Smith, Capt. 



158 



STATE OF VERMONT 



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160 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[174] [Capf. Zebediah Dewey s Cojnpany\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Zebediah Dewey's Company of Militia for 
service done the State in March, 1780. 



Namf.s 


Days 


Per day 


Miles 


Amt.for 
travel 


Total 


Capt. Zebediah Dewey 


4 


0.6.8 


36 


0.12.0 


1.188 


Lt. William Ward 


4 


4.3 


36 


12 


1. 9 8 


John Ashley, Corp' 


4 


1.5 


36 


12. 


0.17 8 


Ichabod Marchell, Corp' 


4 


1.5 


36 


12. 


17.4 


Silas Brookins 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17 4 


William Hooker 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17 4 


John Owen 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


174 


Ithamar Brookins 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17.4 


Elijah Goodwin 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17 4 


Thomas Dewey 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17.4 


Eben-- Canfield 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17.4 


Elkanah Ashley 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


174 


John Mosely 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


174 


Elemuel Hyde 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


174 


Seth Crow 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


174 


William Richards 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17.4 


Ephraim Blackman 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17.4 


Benj Davis 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17 4 


Enoch Ashley 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17.4 


Joel Grannas [Granas] 


4 


14 


36 


12. 


174 


Sam' Fletcher 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


174 


Isaac Crow 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


37.4 


Elisha Allen 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17.4 


Thomas Ashley 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17 4 


Elijah Owen 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17.4 


Obadiah Winters 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


174 


Walter Durfee 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17.4 


William Hooker, Jr. 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17.4 


Josiah Lewis 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17.4 


Samuel Church 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17.4 


John Smith 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


174 


Josiah Squires 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17.4 


Elisha Ashley 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17 4 


Peter How 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17.4 


John Grant 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17.4 


Josiah Grant 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17.4 


John Richards 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17.4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



161 



Names 


Da5^s 


Per day 


Miles 


Amt for 
travel 


Total 


Jeremiah Adams 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17 4 


Nehemiah Killigg 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


174 


Ezra Perkins 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17.4 


Josiah Bennett 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17.4 


Benj. Parmely 


4 


1.4 


36 


12. 


17.4 


Isaac Race 


4 


1.4 


36 


12 


17.4 
;^38.18.8 



Zebediah Dewey, Capt. 

11*^ May, 1781, The above named Zebediah Dewey swore to 
the above and foregoing Pay Roll, before me, 

Tho^ Chittenden, Governor. 

Pay Table Office, June 1, 1781. The Treasurer is directed to 
pay to Capt. Zebediah Dewey the within pay roll, which is thirty- 
eight pounds eighteen shillings and eight pence. 

Thomas Chittenden j >^ „ ■^. 

John Fassett f Committee. 

Date above received the contents of the above, 
;^38.18.8 Zebediah Dewey, Captain. 

[140] \Capt. Benjamin Cooky's Company'^ 

Pay Roll for Capt. Benj. Cooley's Company in Col. Eben"" 
Allen's Regiment of Militia, called out on the alarm of the 23'^ 
March, 1780. commencing the 23'^ March and ending the 28"' day 
of March, inclusive, the money being due from the State of 
Vermont. 



Names 


Days 


Amt. 
wages 


Miles 


Amt. 
travel 


Total 


Capt. Benj. Cooley 


6 


1.12. 


47 


15.8 


2. 7. 8 


Lt. Moses Ormstead 


6 


1. 1. 6 


47 


15.8 


1.17. 2 


En. James Hopkins 


5 


0.17.11 


47 


15.8 


1.13. r 


Sergt. Silas Mosher 


2 


0. 3. 2 


47 


15.8 


0. 8.10 


Bazaleel Richardson 


6 


0. 9. 6 


47 


15.8 


. 1. 5. 2 


" David Crippen 


6 


0. 9. 6 


47 . 


15.8 


1. 5. 2 


" Saral. Ellsworth 


5 


0. 7.11 


47 


15.8 


1. 3. 7 


Clerk John Barnes 


6 


0. 9. 6 


47 


15.8 


1. 5. 2 


Corpl. James Stevens 


6 


8. 8 


47 


15.8 


1. 4. 4 



[11] 



162 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 



Corpl. Ashbel Hopkins 

" Aaron Perkins 
vSamuel Wis wall 
Abel Stevens 
Jeremiah Parker 
Solomon Story 
Jona. Partridge 
Ephraim Story 
Imri Smalley 
W" Cox 

Adonijah Brooks 
Luther Drury 
Nehemiah Hopkins 
Ebenezer Ambler 
Samnel Sheldon 
Gershom Beach 
Timothy Miller 
David Gillmore 
Gideon Cooley 
Daniel Stevens 
Jabez Ormstead 
Samuel Crippin 
Benjamin Stevens 
Stephen Jenner 



Days 



G 
2 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
5 
6 
6 
5 
5 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



Amt. 
wages 



8. 8 

2. 8 

8. 

8. 

8. 

8. 

8. 

8. 

8. 

8. 

6. 8 

8. 

8. 

6. 8 

6. 8 

5. 4 

6. 8 
6. 8 
6. 8 
6. 8 
6. 8 
6. 8 
6. 8 
2. 8 



Miles 


Amt. 
travel 


47 


15.8 


47 


15.8 


47 


15.8 


47 


15.8 


47 


15.8 


47 


15.8 


47 


15.8 


47 


15.8 


47 


15.8 


47 


15.8 


47 


15.8 


47 


15.8 


47 


15.8 


47 


15.8 


47 


15.8 


47 


15.8 


47 


15.8 


47 


15.8 


47 


15.8' 


47 


15.8 


47 


15.8 


47 


15.8 


47 


15 8 


17 


5.8 



Total 



1. 4. 4 

0. 8. 4 

1. 3. 8 
1. 3. 8 
1. 3. 8 
1. 3 8 
1. 3. 8 
1. 3. 8 
1. 3. 8 
1. 3. 8 
1. 3. 4 
1. 3 
1. 3. 8 
1 
1 

1. 1 

1. 2 



8 

2. 4 

2. 4 



4 

1. 2. 4 
1. 2. 4 
1. 2. 4 
1. 2. 4 
1. 2. 4 
1. 2. 4 
0. 8. 4 



^38.12. 8 



Benj. Cooley, Capt. 

State of Vermont, Arlington, Aug. 10, 1781. Sworn to by 
Capt. Benj. Cooley. Before John Fassett, Jr. Assistant. 

Pay Table Office, Aug. 10, 1781. The within roll examined 
and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pa}' the same to 
Capt. Benj. Cooley or bearer, being thirty-eight pound twelve shil- 
lings and eight pence, lawful money. 

John Fassett ] ^ .,, 

T^p- ., -D y Com.mittee 

Timothy Brownson j 

Reed. 10'^ August, 1781, of the Treasurer the contents of 
the above order. Per me, 

^38.12.8 Benj. Cooley. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



163 



[84] \Capt. Stephen Calkins' Company] 

Pay Roll of Capt. Stephen Calkins' Company of Militia in an 
alarm in March 1780 by order of Col. Eben"" Allen, in the county 
of Rutland. 



En 

Names 

sei 


tered 
•vice 


Miles 
travel 


Days 


Wages 
per day 


Total 


Stephen Calkins, Capt Ma 


r. 26 


70 


6 


5 4 


3.15. 4 


Eben'" Wilson, Lieut ' 




70 


6 


3.7 


2. 4.10 


Isaac Colvin, Ensign ' 




70 


6 


3.7 


1. 0. 


Daniel Brumley, Sergt. ' 




70 


6 


1.7 


1.12.10 


Luther Colvin, 




70 


6 


1.7 


1.12.10 


Reuben Rowley, ' ' * 




70 


6 


1.7 


1.12.10 


Jona. Sprague, " ' 




70 


6 


1.7 


L12.10 


Harry Spalding ' 




70 


6 


1 4 


1.11. 4 


Jona. Sealy ' 




70 


6 


1.4 


1.11. 4 


Richard Latin ' 




70 


6 


1.4 


1.11. 4 


Thomas Allin * 




70 


6 


1.4 


1.11. 4 


Michael Wilson ' 




70 


6 


1.4 


1.11. 4 


Nathl. Sheldon 




70 


6 


1.4 


1.11. 4 


Thos. Tuttle 




70 


6 


1.4 


1.11. 4 


James Webster ' 




70 


6 


1.4 


1.11. 4 


Jesse Tuttle 




70 


6 


1.4 


1.11. 4 


Wm. Brumley, Jr. ' 




70 ■ 


6 


1.4 


1.11. 4 


George Gage ' 




70 


6 


1.4 


1.11. 4 


John Gage ' 




70 


6 


1.4 


1.11. 4 


W« Gage 




70 


6 


1.4 


1.11. 4 


Cons^ Vial 




70 


6 


1.4 


1.11. 4 


Prince Allen ' 




70 


6 


1.4 


1.11. 4 


Zoah Allen ' 




70 


6 


1.4 


1.11. 4 


Obadiah Edwards ' 




70 


6 


1.4 


1.11. 4 


James Clark * 




70 


6 


1.4 


1.11. 4 


Saml. Barlow * 




70 


6 


1.4 


1.11. 4 


John Sealee 




70 


6 


1.4 


1.11. 4 


Joseph Gage ' 




70 


6 


1.4 


1.11. 4 


Walter Gage 




70 


6 


1.4 


1.11. 4 
;^47. 8. 8 



164 



STATE OF VERMONT 



I Committee 



Committee of Pay Table, Oct. 18. 1781. The within pay roll 
being examined and approved, the Treasurer is hereby directed 
to pay the same, being forty-seven pounds eight shillings and 
eight pence, agreeable to the within roll. 

Isaac Tichenor 

Timothy Brownson 

Treasurer's Office, Charlestown, Oct. 18, 1781. Reed, of Ira 
Allen Esq Treasurer, the contents of the above order, being forty- 
seven pounds eight shillings and eight pence, in behalf of Capt, 
Calkins. Eben' Wilson, Capt. 

^47.8.8 

[70] [Lieut Enoch Hall's Corps of Rangers^ 

Pay Roll of Lieut. Enoch Hall's Corps of Rangers raised by 
order of the State of Vermont for the defence of the Northern 
Frontiers. 



"XT 


Commence- 


Time of 


Pay 


rr\ . 1 


Names 








per 


Total 




ment of pay 


service 


month 






Mos. 


Days 


Dolls 




Enoch Hall, Lieut 


17 Mar. 1780 


8 


15 


18^3 


47.12.0 


Timoy Nash, Sergt 


27 " 


8 


5 


8 


19.12. 


Nathan Caswell, Corpl 




8 


5 


7/3 


17.19.8 


Deliv® Sawyer, Private 




8 


5 


6/3 


16. 6.8 


John Hough 


( i i fc ( ( 


8 


5 


^yi 


16. 6.8 


John Hough, Jr. 




8 


5 


6/3 


16. 6.8 


William A.mey 




8 


5 


6/3 


16. 6.8 


Timothy Day 




8 


5 


6/3 


16. 6 8 


John Liccey 




8 


5 


6/3 


16. 6.8 


Abner Osgood 




8 


5 


6/3 


16. 6.8 


Silas Sargeant 




8 


5 


6/ 


16. 6.8 


Benj. Byram 




8 


5 


6/ 


16. 6.8 


Orsamus Bayley 




8 


5 


6/ 


16. 6.8 


Nathaniel Hall 




8 


5 


^fi 


16. 6.8 



$88211= Lavv^ful money 264.17.0 



Examined. T. Tolman, Pay Master. 

N. B. The above officers and soldiers were discharged on the 
30th day of Nov. and consequently made up in the above roll to 
that date inclusive. — The above roll is just and true, without fraud 
to this state or any individual, according to my best knowledge. 



(Errors excepted) Per me, 



Enoch Hall. Lieut. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



165 



Arlington, 19th Dec. 1780, Pay Table Office. The within pay 
roll being examined and approved, the Treasurer is hereby dii ected 
to pay to Thomas Tolman, Paymaster to the troops of this state the 
sum of two hundred and sixty-four pounds seventeen shilling's 
hard money, or an equivalent in paper currency, it being the total 
amount of said roll, taking his receipt for the same. 

Thos. Chittenden } ^ 
Jno. Fassett f ^°^ 

Reed, the above in full. 
March 20, 1783. Th. Tolman, Paymaster. 

[305] [Capf. John Spafford's Company'] 

Pay Roll of Capt. John Spafford's Company in Col. Gideon 
Warren's Regt. of Militia in the service of the State of Vermont 
in the month of March, A. D. 1780, from the 22nd. to the 29th. 



Names 


When 
entered 


When 

dis- 

Icharg'd 


Days 


Per 
month 


Miles 
25 


Total 


Capt John Spaflford 


Mar. 26 


Mar. 29 


4 


8.0.0 


1.17. 8 


Lt. Samuel Allen 


" 22 


1 < (1 


8 


5.8.0 


25 


2. 7.10 


Sergt. Zephaniah White 


" 22 


11 1 < 


8 


2.8.0 


25 


1. 6. 4 


John Chandler 


" 26 


( < 1 < 


4 


2.8 


25 


17. 4 


•' Daniel or David Adams 


" 22 


it (( 


8 


2.8 


25 


1. 6. 4 


Corpl. Silas Gerads 


" 20 


it <( 


7 


2.4 


25 


1. 3. 2J 


Daniel Ray 


" 22 


<i 11 


8 


2.4 


25 


1. 5. 4 


Eph" Coy 


" 22 


1 ( 11 


8 


2.0 


25 


1. 5. 4 


" William Joiner 


" 26 


(( 11 


4 


2.4 


25 


16. 4 


David Whitmarsh 


" 26 


i{ 11 


7 


2.0 


25 


1. 2. 4 


Joshua Remington 


" 23 


11 11 


8 


2. 


25 


1. 4. 4 


Sarauel Gary 


*' 26 


II <i 


4 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Stephen Roys 


" 28 


(1 (1 


7 


2. 


25 


1. 2. 4 


Joseph Reynolds 


" 26 


11 (1 


4 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Samuel Roys 


" 26 


11 11 


4 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Silas Bingham 


(( (1 


11 11 


4 • 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Elisba Smith 


" 22 


11 «i 


8 


2. 


25 


1. 4. 8 


Azor Perry 


" 26 


11 <( 


4 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Matthew Parker 


U (1 


<i 11 


4 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Saml. McClure 


(t <> 


11 1. 


4 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Benj. Johnson 


(> (( 


11 1 1 


4 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Eliphas Brewster 


" 25 


u . < 


5 


2. 


25 


18. 4 


Cyrus Chipman 


" 23 


1 < 11 


7 


2. 


25 


1. 2. 4 


David Caswell 


" 22 


11 (1 


8 


2. 


25 


1. 4. 4 


Ozim Brewster 


" 27 


(1 11 


3 


2. 


25 


14. 4 


Isaac Grant 


" 24 


11 .( 


6 


2. 


25 


1. 0. 4 


Daniel Fuller 


" 26 


il 11 


4 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Thos. Hutchinson 


'• 27 


(1 (1 


3 


2. 


25 


14. 4 


James Fitch 


ti i< 


11 (( 


3 


2. 


25 


14. 4 


Aaron Mathews 


(< i( 


(1 1. 


3 


2. 


25 


14. 4 


James Haight 


1 < I < 


ll 11 


3 


2. 


25 


14. 4 


James Salisbury 


1 ( t( 


It It 


3 ' 


2. 


25 


14. 4 



166 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


When 
entered 


When 

dis- 
charg'd 


Days 


Per 
month 


Miles 


Total 


Nathl. Sprague 


Mar. 27 


Mar. 29 


3 


2. 


25 


14. 4 


Zoraster Fitch 


(t (1 




1 (I 


3 


2. 


25 


14. 4 


Elihu Johnson 


" 23 




1 (( 


7 


2. 


25 


1. 2. 4 


Derick Karner 


" 26 




» <( 


4 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Elisha Utley 


t ( i( 




( t ( 


4 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Stephen Rice 


" 23 




i i. 


7 


2. 


25 


1. 2. 4 


Levi Eice 


" 27 




t <1 


3 


2. 


25 


14. 4 


Asahel Leat 


" 26 




4 ( ( 


4 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Cephas Smith 


" 27 




( t < 


3 


2. 


25 


14. 4 


Cephas Smith, Jr. 


(( 1 < 




1 (1 


3 


2. 


25 


14. 4 


Glover Nicholson 


" 26 




1 < ( 


4 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Abel Turner 


ii H 




( 1 < 


4 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Nathl. Chipman 


I i i( 




< 1 < 


4 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Aaron Adams 


" 22 


( 


( << 


8 


2. 


25 


1. 4. 4 


Elisha Hamilton » 


" 26 




1 11 


4 


2. 


25 


1. 4. 4 


Edward Turner 


" 22 




< 1 ( 


8 


2. 


25 


1. 4. 4 


Joseph Taylor 


1 ( (t 




( 1 i 


8 


2. 


25 


1. 4. 4 


Nathl. Hamilton 


( C it 




( <t 


8 


2. 


25 


1. 4. 4 


Jared Jones 


l( <( 




( ii 


8 


2. 


25 


1. 4. 4 








;^50. 9.Sk 



Pay Table Office, 6th June, 1781. The Treasurer is directed 
to pay to Capt. John Spafford the within roll, which is fifty pounds 
nine shillings and eight pence. 

Thos. Chittenden ) p 
Timo. Brownson [ 



)mmittee 



Date above, received of the Treasurer the contents of the 
within. 

^50.9.8 John Spafford, Capt. 

[505] [Ca^f. John Spaffora's Men {names oinitted)'\ 

This certifies that the following names were left out of a Pay 
Roll for service done in an Alarm in March, 1780. 
Charles Brewster, 7 days, 50 miles travel 
Josiah Eady do do 

Benjamin Haskins do do 

Robert Hopkins do do 

Stephen Wood 6 days do 

W" Ray (or Kay) 15 days do 





£ 1- 


6. 









6. 









6. 


Q 






6. 


a 






5. 


8 




1.16. 


8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



167 



The following names were left out of a Pay Roll for service in 
an alarm in Augt. 1780. 

Joseph Taylor 15 days and 25 miles . . . 1. 8. 6 

David Roberts do do ... 1. 8. 6 



^11. 2. 4 
Attest pr John Spafford, Capt. 

Pay OfEce, Windsor, Feby. 20, 1783 The above account being 
approved the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay unto Capt. John 
SpaflEord or order the sum of eleven pounds two shillings and four 
pence. 

Isaac Tichenor ) ^ .„„ 
John Strong. ) 

(Recptd by John Strong, for Capt. S., Apl 25, 1783) 

[7] l^Capt. Gideon Ormsbys Company\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Gideon Ormsby's Company in Col. Ira 
A'llen's Regiment of Militia for service done in this state in the 
alarm in the month of March, 1780. 



Names and Rank 


Ent<i 
service 


Days 


Wages 
per day 


Travel 


Total 










M. d 




Capt. Gideon Ormsby 


March 22 


7 


0.3.4 


90 4 


3. 7. 4 


En. W" Sexton 


t t ( ( 


7 


3.7 


70 " 


2. 8. 5 


Serg^ Tho^Barney 


1 ( it 


7 


1.7 


90 " 


2. 1. 1 


" Dan^ Purdy 


it i( 


7 


1.7 


90 " 


2. 1. 1 


" Dan Allen 


" 26 


5 


1.7 


70 " 


1.11. 3 


" Eliakim Deming 


" 22 


2 


1.7 


20 " 


0. 9.10 


Corp David Purdy 


" 26 


5 


1.5 


70 " 


1.10. 5 


" Reuben Baker 


" 22 


7 


1.5 


90 " 


1.19.11 


Robert Loggan 


a t ( 


2 


1.4 


20 " 


0. 9. 4 


Christopher Roberts 


( ( < 'i 


7 


1.4 


90 " 


1.19. 4 


Reuben Purdy 


( t t ( 


7 


1.4 


90 " 


1.19. 4 


John Roberts 


t ( i k 


7 


1.4 


90 " 


1.19. 4 


Waterman Ells 


1 ( 1 ( 


7 


1.4 


90 " 


1.19. 4 


Rufus Munson 


1 1 < ( 


2 


1.4 


20 " 


0. 9. 4 


Martin Barber 


( ( ( ( 


7 


1.4 


90 " 


1.19. 4 


George Olds 


< i f ( 


2 


1.4 


20 " 


0. 9. 4 


Jon. Ormsby 


11 (1 


7 


1.4 


70 " 


1.12. 8 


Daniel Ormsby 


( ( ( ( 


2 


1.4 


20 " 


0. 9. 4 



168 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names and Rank service 


Days 


Wages 
per day 


Travel Total 










M. d. 




Joshua Rose Mai 


•ch 22 


2 


1.4 


20 4 


0. 9. 4 


Zebulon Moses 




2 


1.4 


20 " 


0. 9. 4 


Ezekiel Roberts ' 




2 


1.4 


20 " 


0. 9. 4 


John White ' 




2 


1.4 


20 " 


0. 9. 4 


Nath' Bostwick ' 




2 


1.4 


20 " 


0. 9. 4 


Truman Powell ' 




2 


1.4 


20 " 


0. 9. 4 


Simeon Hine ' 




7 


1.4 


90 " 


1.19. 4 


Daniel Arnold ' 




7 


1.4 


90 " 


1.19. 4 


Moses Sperry 


( (4 


2 


1.4 


20 '• 


0. 9. 4 


Jona. Allen ' 




2 


1.4 


20 '■ 


0. 9. 4 


Robert Allen 




7 


1.4 


90 " 


1.19. 4 


Obadiah Allen ' 




2 


1.4 


20 " 


0, 9. 4 


Benj. Burr ' 




2 


1.4 


20 " 


0. 9. 4 


Jacob Odel ' 




7 


1.4 


90 " 


1.19. 4 


Stephen Smith ' 




7 


1.4 


90 " 


1.19. 4 


James Vaughn ' 




2 


1.4 


20 " 


0. 9. 4 


Nath' Newton ' 




2 


1.4 


20 " 


0. 9. 4 


Rice Beckwith ' 




7 


1.4 


90 " 


1.19. 4 


Abel Bristol 




7 


1.4 


90 " 


1.19. 4 


Neh'' Larkin 




7 


1.4 


90 " 


1.19. 4 


James Henison ' 




7 


1.4 


90 " 


1.19. 4 


Isaac Marks ' 




7 


1.4 


90 " 


1.19. 4 


Josiah Burton ' 




2 


1.4 


20 " 


0. 9. 4 


Benj. Vaughn 




2 


1.4 


20 " 


0. 9. 4 


Benj. Mclntyre' ' 




2 


1.4 


20 " 


0. 9. 4 


Jo^ Mclntyre 




2 


1.4 


20 " 


0. 9. 4 


Sam^ Smith ' 


' 26 


5 


1.4 


70 " 


1.10. 


Peter French 


' 2(i 


5 


1.4 


70 " 


1.10. 


Jesse Munson ' 


' 26 


5 


1.4 


70 " 


1.10. 


Wallace Sutherland ' 


' 22 


7 


1.4 


90 " 


1.19. 4 


W" Bedal 


' 26 


5 


1.4 


70 " 


1.10. 


Aaron Saxton 


' 26 


1 


1.4 


8 " 


0. 4. 


Bernard Born ' 


' 26 


5 


1.4 


70 4 


1.10. 


Nathan Beaman ' 


' 26 


5 


1.4 


70 4 


1.10. 


Sami Hull 


' 26 


5 


1.4 


70 4 


1.10. 


Elijah Burton ' 


' 26 


5 


1.4 


70 4 


1.10. 


John W. Bostwick 


' 26 


5 


1.4 


70 4 


1.10. 


Philip Mead ' 


' 26 


5 


1.4 


70 4 


1.10. 


Isaac Whelpley * 


' 22 


7 


1.4 


70 4 


1.12. 8 
^74.14. 8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 169 

Pay Table Office. 2'^ June, 1781. 

The foregoing- pay roll being examined is allowed and the 
Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Maj. Gideon Ormsby, 
which is ^74.14.8. per order. Tho* Chittenden ) p ^^ 

Timo. Brownson \ ^^^ 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, Aug. 13, 1781. 

ReC^ of Ira Allen, Esq., Treasurer, the contents of the above 
order which is ^^74.14.8 lawful money, in behalf of Gideon 
Ormsby. Jona. Ormsby 

[374] [^"^Z^- Thomas Bull's Company'] 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Thomas Bull's Conjpany in Col. Ira 
Allen's Regiment of Militia, for service done this State in the 
Alarms in the month of March, 1780. 



Names 


Entered 
service 


Days 


P^ day 


Miles 
at 4'^ 


Total 


Capt. Thomas Bull 


Mar. 22 


7 


a. 4 


84 


3.14 8 


En. Stephen Washburn 


( > > ( 


2 


4.0 


20 


15.2 


Sergt. John Smith 


" 26 


5 


1.7 


70 


1.11.7 


David Brady 


" 22 


7 


1.4 


84 




Nathl. Collins 


( ( i ( 


7 


1.4 


84 


1.17.4 


Daniel Jones 


" " 


7 


1.4 


84 


1.17 4 


Peleg Sutherland 


i. .( 


7 


1.4 


84 


1.17 4 


Peter Pixley 


Ik t( 


2 


1.4 


20 


94 


Ashbel Goodrich 


" 26 


5 


1.4 


70 


1.100 


Martin Powell 


>( (1 


5 


1 4 


70 


1.10.0 


Timothy Pearl 


" 22 


2 


1.4 


20 


9.4 


Isaac Barker 


It ( ( 


7 


1.4 


84 


1.17.4 


Timothy Mead 3"^ 


" 26 


5 


1 4 


70 


1 10 


Jesse Sawyer 


" 22 


7 


14- 


84 


1.17 9 


John Page 


' ' 26 


3 


1.4 


50 


1. 0.8 


Seth Pettibone 


" 22 


7 


14 


84 


1.17.0 


William Drew 


t ( (1 


2 


1.4 


20 


94 


Saml. Pettibone 


11 k ( 


2 


1.4 


20 


94 


Tim° Bliss 


< ( 1 ( 


7 


1.4 


84 


1 17.4 


James Lewis 


1 ( « » 


2 


1.4 


20 


9.4 


Nathan Smith 


( t (4 


7 


1.4 


84 


1.17.4 


George Smith 


" 26 





1.4 


70 


1.10.0 


Dunkin Dun 


" 22 


2 


1.4 


20- 


9.4 


Thos. Abner 


" 22 


2 


1.4 


20 


94 




£Zl. 5 6 



Attest, Thomas Bull, Capt. 



170 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Bennington County, ss. Sunderland, Jan. 35, 1783. Then 
personally appeared Capt. Thomas Bull and made solemn oath that 
the above is a just and true roll, without fraud or injustice to the 
public or any individual, according to his best knowledge. 

Before me, Timo. Brownson, Asst. 

Pay Table Office, Sunderland, Jan. 25, 1783. The within Pay 
Roll being examined and approved, the Treasurer is directed to 
pay the amt. of the .<^ame unto Capt. Thomas Bull, being the sum 
of thirty-one pounds 5/6, lawful money. 



limo. Brownson, ] ^ 

T>, rp 1 ' h Commitlee 

Thos. Tolman, j 



Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, July 30, 1783. Reed, of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order, 

;^^31.5.6 Thomas Bull, Capt. 

[366J [C<2//. Tehan Noble's Conipany\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Tehan Noble's Company of Militia in Col. 
Ira Allen's Regiment for service done in Alarms March 26, A.D. 
1780. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


Capt. Tehan Noble 


6 


80 


2.18. 8 


Lt. Enoch Eastman 


6 


80 


2. 8. 2 


Sergt. Enos Harmon 


6 


80 


1.16. 2 


" Seth Harmon 


6 


80 


1.16. 2 


" W"^ Hubbard 


5 


60 


1. 7.11 


" Cyprian Eastman 


6 


80 


1.16 2 


Corpl. Amos Scott 


6 


80 


1.15. 5 


" Alpheus Harmon 


6 


80 


1.15. 5 


Stephen Eastman 


6 


80 


1.15. 5 


Luke Noble 


6 


80 


1.14. 8 


Abraham Rising 


6 . 


80 


1.14. 8 


Isaac Gray 


6 


80 


1.14. 8 


David McClary 


5 


60 


1. 6. 8 


Selah Harmon 


6 


80 


1.14. 8 


Levi Dones 


1 


20 


0. 8. 


Aaron Rising, Jr. 


6 


80 


1.14. 8 


John Shepherd 


6 


80 


1.14. 8 


John Chandler 


6 


80 


1 14. 8 


Samuel Francy 


5 


60 


1. 6. 8 


Asaph Leavitt 


5 


60 


1. 6. 8 


Daniel Hopkins 


1 


12 


0. 5. 8 


William Hopkins 


5 


60 


1. 6. 8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



171 



Names 


Days 


' Miles 


Total 


Amos Harmon 


6 


80 


1.14. 8 


Nathl. Tower 


6 


80 


1.14. 8 


John Burlingame 


6 


80 


1.14. 8 


John Hayse 


5 


60 


1. 6. 8 


Eben'- Smith 


1 


20 


0. 8. 


Reuben Slader [Stodder] 


1 


20 


0. 8. 


Finla)' McKnight 


1 


20 


0. 8. 


John Stewart 


6 


80 


1.14 8 


Stephen Smith 


6 


80 


1.14. 8 


Nathl. Smith 


6 


80 


1.14. 8 


Eliphalet Smith 


6 


80 


1.14. 8 


Josiah Risden 


6 


80 


1.14. 8 


Calvin Eastman 


5 


60 


1. 6. 8 


Reuben Farnsworth 


6 


80 


1.14. 8 


Ashbel Sikes 


6 


80 


1.14. 8 


Robert Hopkins 


5 


60 


1. 6. 8 


David Tousley 


1 


12 


0. 5. 4 




58. 3. 6 



Pay Table Office, 1=* May, 1781. The Treasurer is directed to 
pay to Capt. Tehan Noble the within Pay Roll, which is fifty-eight 
pounds fifteen shillings and six pence. 

Thos. Chittenden ) p 
John Fassett f ^°' 



)mmittee 



Date above, received the contents of the above roll. 
;^58.15.6 ■ Tehan Noble, Capt. 



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174 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[236] [Capf. Giles WalcotVs Company (pari?)] 

A Return of my company, in order to draw the money allowed 
them by the State of Vermont. 



W" Litehal, Ensign 
Nehemiah Williams, Sergt. 
Gillas Van Voste, Do 

John Fletcher 
W" Hunt 
W"' Soper 
John Truax 



Peter Robinson [Roberson] 

John Young 

Wm. Hunt 

Gradis Qnashbush 

John Curnble [Canbel] 

Alex. McDonel 

John Monroy 



Sir, — You are directed (agreeable to the Resolution of the Gen- 
eral Assembly of this State, passed 15th. of March, 1780) to pay on 
the within roll five hundred and fifteen pounds lawful money, to 
Capt. WalcQtt, Thos. Chittenden. 

To Ira Allen, Treasurer, Arlington, 10th May, 1780. 

Date above, reed, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, five hundred and 
fifteen pounds, lawful money, in full. 

^515.0.0 Giles Walcott, Capt, 

[74] [LieuL Benjamin Everest's Company of Rangers^ 

Pay Roll of Lieut. Everest's Company of Rangers in the ser- 
vice raised by the State of Vermont, commencing fifteenth of 
November and ending the thirty-first of March, inclusive, 1780. 





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„ 


To 




Time in 




N^AMRS 


Uom- 
mence't 


what 
time 


Pay per 
month 


service 


Total 


.1.1 xilUC^O 










of pay 


paid 




Mo's 


Days 




Benj. Everest, Lieut 


Nov. 


15 


March 31. 


£m. 0.0 


4 


15 


£210. 0,0 


David Powers, Sergt. 






li 1 ( 


25. 0.0 


4 


15 


112.10.0 


Elijah Grandy, do 






(( a 


25. 0.0 


4 


15 


112.10.0 


BrittoQ Simmons, Corp. 






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22.10.0 


4 


15 


101. 5.0 


Curtis Smith, do 






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25.10.0 


4 


15 


101. 5.0 


Josiah Kellogg, Drum' 






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22.10.0 


4 


15 


101. 5.0 


Andrew Patterson 






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20. 0.0 


4 


15 


90. 0.0 


Pliny Smith 






( ( 11 


20. 0.0 


4 


15 


90. 0.0 


Gideon Culey 






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20. 0.0 


4 


15 


90. 0.0 


Jacob Partridge 






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20. 0.0 


4 


15 


90. 0.0 


Phineas Spalding 






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20. 0.0 


4 


15 


90. 0.0 


Philip Spalding 






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20. 0.0 


4 


15 


90. 0.0 


Benj. Glason 






11 It 


20. 0.0 


4 


15 


90. 0.0 


Joseph Lawrence 






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20. 0.0 


4 


15 


90. 0.0 


Harmon Lawrence 






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20. 0.0 


4 


15 


90. 0.0 


Beuben Strong 






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20. 0.0 


4 


15 


90. 0.0 


Moses Powers 






ii t t 


20. 0.0 


4 


15 


90. 0.0 


Stephen Squires 






li 11 


20. 0.0 


4 


15 


90. 0.0 


John Hastings 






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30. 0.0 


4 


15 


90. 0.0 


William Kellogg 






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20. 0.0 


4 


15 


90. 0.0 


David Furbush 




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Jany. 16 


20, 0.0 


3 


1 


40.12.0 




^2099. 7.6 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



1Y5 



The within pay roll examined and approved and the Treasurer 
is ordered to pay the same, which is two thousand and ninety-nine 
pounds Thos. Chittenden. 

The day of the above date received of the Treasurer one hun- 
dred and eighty pounds towards the above order. 

Benj. Everest, Lt. 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, Jany. 7, 1786. Received of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order. Benj. Everest, Lt. 



[73] 



\Capt. Jonas Gains ha s Compa7iy\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Jonas Galusha's Company in Col. Herrick's 
Regiment of Militia for service done in an alarm in April, 1780. 



Names 


Days' 


Pay per 
day 


No. 
miles 


Amt. 
milage 


Amt. 
wages 


Total 


Capt. -Jonas Galusha 


3 


5 4 


60 


1. 0.0 


0.16.0 


1.16.0 


Lt. Nathan Stone 


3 


3.7 


60 


1. 0.0 


10.9 


1.10.9 


En. Joseph Andrus 


3 


3.7 


60 


1. 0.0 


10.9 


1.10.9 


Sergt. David Matteson 


3 


1.7 


60 


1. 0.0 


4.9 


1. 4.9 


Benj. Matteson 


3 


1.4 


60 


1. 0.0 


4. 


1. 4.0 


Peter Matteson 


3 


1.4 


60 


1. 0.0 


4. 


1. 4.0 


Ezra Sweet 


3 


1.4 


60 


1. 0.0 


4. 


1. 4.0 


John Millington 


3 


1.4 


60 


1. 0.0 


4. 


1. 4.0 


Isaac Andrus 


3 


1.4 


60 


1. 0.0 


4. 


1. 4.0 


Lemuel Bottom 


3 


1.4 


36 


0.12.0 


4. 


0.16.0 


Rufus Spencer 


3 


1.4 


36 


0.12.0 


4. 


0.16.0 




^13.14.3 



Attest, Jonas Galusha, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, May 31, 1781. The above roll being 
examined is approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same, which is thirteen pounds fourteen shillings and three pence. 

Thos. Chittenden ) ^^^.^ 
John Fassett j 

Date above received the contents of the above roll. 

Per me, Jonas Galusha. 



176 
[40] 



STATE OF VERMONT 
\^Capt. John Stark's Company^ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. John Stark's Company in Col. Ira Allen's 
Regt. for service done for the two alarms at Skeensborough and 
Ticonderoga about the 1st of April last, A. D. 1780. 



Names and Rank 



Capt. Jno. Stark 
Lt. Saml. Willard 
Sergt. David Comstock 
'' Nathl. Harmon 
John Abbott 
Saml. Abbott 
J as. Hopkins 
Wm. Fitch 
Zodock Everest 
Joseph Everest 
Joseph Cook 
Philip Priest 
ElishaClatk^ Jr 
Leml .Clark 
Joth*' Pratt 
Peter Patterson 
Philip Reed, Corp' 
James Lynn 
James Haskins 
Moses Curtis 
Joshua Cobb 
John Cobb 
Joseph Willard 
Joth. Smart 
Phineas Stephens 
Levi Adams 
Caleb Allen 
Timo. Allen, Corpl 
Daty Allen 
Peter Hall 
Joth. Prindle 
Nathan Castle 
Danl. Welch 
Asaph Starkweather 
Saml. Moulton 



Days 


No. 


Amt 


Pay per 




in ser- 


miles 


travel 


day and 


Total 


vice 


travel 


rations 




7 


74 


1.4.8 


0.6.8 


3.11. 4 


7 


74 


1.4.8 


4.3 


2.14. 5 


3 


22 


7.4 


1.7 


12. 1 


7 • 


74 


14.4.8 


1.7 


1.15. 9 


3 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


11. 4 


7 


74 


1.4.8 


1.4 


1.14. 


3 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


11. 4 


7 


74 


1.4.8 


1.4 


1.14. 


7 


74 


1.4.8 


1.4 


1.14. 


7 


74 


1.4.8 


1,4 


1.14. 


7 


74 


1.4.8 


1.4 


1.14. 


7 


74 


1.4.8 


1.4 


1.14. 


7- 


74 


1.4.8 


1.4 


1.14. 


6 


64 


8. 


1.4 


1. 9. 4 


3 


24 


8. 


1.4 


0.12. 


3 


24 


1.4.8 


1.4 


12. 


7 


74 


1.4 8 


1 5>^ 


1.15.11 


7 


74 


1.4.8 


1.4 


1.14. 


3 


24 


8 


1.4 


0.12. 


7 


74 


1.4.8 


1.4 


1.14 


7 


74 


1.4.8 


14 


1.14. 




74 


1.4.8 


1.4 


1.14. 


7 


74 


1.4.8 


1 4 


0.14. 


7 


74 


1.4.8 


1.4 


1.14. 


7 


50 


16.8 


1.4 


0.19. 


7 


74 


1.4.8 


1.4 


1.14. 


7 


74 


1.4.8 


1.4 


1.14. 


7 


74 


1.4.8 


1.5>4 


1.15.11 


7 


74 


1.4.8 


1.4 


1.14. 


7 


74 


1.4.8 


1.4 


1.14. 


7 ■ 


74 


1.4.8 


1.4 


1.14. 


4 


50 


16.8 


1.4 


0.19. 


4 


50 


16.8 


1.4 


0.19. 


4 


50 


16.8 


1.4 


0.19. 


4 


50 


16.8 


1.4 


0.19. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



177 





Days 


No. 


Amt. 
travel 


Pay per 




Names and Rank 


m ser- 


miles 


day and 


Total 




vice 


travel 


rations 




Jonath. Willard 


4 


50 


16.8 


1.4 


0.19. 


Solomon Steel 


4 


50 


16.8 


1.4 


0.19. 


Benajah Stark 


4 


50 


16.8 


1.4 


0.19. 


John Thompson 


4 


50 


16.8 


1.4 


0.19. 


Tas. Moredock 


4 


50 


16.8 


1.4 


0.19. 


Leml. Chipman 


4 


50 


16.8 


1.4 


0.19. 


Abm. Meecham 


3 


24 


8. 


1.4 


0.12. 


Leml. Haskins 


3 


24 


8. 


1.4 


0.12. 


David Hough 


3 


24 


8. 


1.4 


0.12. 


Abner Haskins 


3 


24 


8. 


1.4 


0.12. 


Joseph Fitch 


3 


24 


8. 


1.4 


0.12. 
^60.14. 5 



John Stark, Captain. 
State of Vermont ) Arlington, 
Bennington County j June 6, 1781. 

Personally appeared the v^^ithin named Samuel Willard and 
made solemn oath that to the best of his knowledge the within 
roll is just and true. Before me, John Fassett, Asst, 

Pay Table Office, Arlington, June 7, 1781. 

The within roll examined and approved and the Treasurer is 
directed to pay the same to Capt. John Stark or bearer, being the 
sum .of sixty pounds fourteen shillings and five pence lawful 
money. Thos. Chittenden ) p 

^60.14.5 Jno. Fassett j- ^om. 

Date above received of the Treasurer the above contents. 

Saml. Willard, Lieut. 



[12] 



178 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[98] 



\^Capt. Samuel Williams' Company] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Saml. Williams' Company in Col. Gideon 
Warren's Regiment of Militia on an Expedition to Ticonderoga 
and Bulwazzy's Bay, May, 1780. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Wage 


Subsist- 
ence 


Sam!. Williams, Capt. 


8 


60 


£-i 


2 


0.10.8 


Asa Fuller, Lt. 


8 


60 


2 


9 


5 0. 5.4 


Isaiah Honeywell, Lt. 


8 


60 




11 


4 


Gershom Beach, r. 


8 


60 




10 


8 —^0.16.0 


Gideon Walker 


8 


60 




10 


8 


Stephen Williams 


8 


60 




10 


8 


Oliver Hermon 


8 


60 




10 


8 


Jared Ives 


8 


60 




10 


8 


Danl. Squire 


8 


60 




10 


8 


Eben'' Andrews 


8 


60 




10 


8 


Eben'" Cook 


8 


60 




10 


8 


John Forbes 


8 


60 




10 


8 


Eleazer Marble 


8 


60 


1 


10 


8 



Pay Table Office, May 30, 1781 . The within pay rolls are ex- 
amined and approved and the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay 
the same,being one hundred and forty-three pounds seven shillings 

and nine pence. Thos. Chittenden ) ^ ... 

T*- n, r. }■ Committee 

Timothy Brownson [ 

Reed. May 30, 1781, of the Treasurer the contents of the above 
order, being one hundred forty-three pounds seven shillings and. 
nine pence. Saml. Williams, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



179 



[346] [C<7//. John Spafford's Company'] 

Pay Roll of Capt. John Spafford's Company in Col. Eben"" 
Allen's Regiment of Militia in the service of this State, com- 
mencing- the 31st. day of May, 1780, and ending the 6th. day of 
June, 1780, inclusive, the money being due from the State of 
Vermont. 



Names 


En- 
tered 


L< 


3ft 


Days 


Pr 

month 


Miles 


Total 




1780 














Lt. Saml. Allen 


May 31 


June 6 


7 


5.8.0 


45 


2.4.11 


En. Orange Train 


'i «< 


1 1 


1 1 


7 


5.8.0 


45 


2.4.11 


Sergt. Jacob Wood 


i( (< 


II 


II 


7 


2.8.0 


45 


1.6.11 


" Zephaniah White 


1 1 <i 


II 


II 


7 


2.8.0 


45 


1.6.11 


" Daniel Adams 


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(1 


11 


7 


2.8.0 


45 


1.6.11 


Corpl. Daniel Kay 


t ( u 


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1 1 


7 


2.4.0 


45 


1.5. 


Eben^ Wood 


t( >t 


II 


11 


7 


2. 


45 


1.4. 4 


Ephraim Wood 


1( II 


11 


It 


7 


2. 


45 


1.4. 4 


Luther Landon 


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(1 


It 


7 


2. 


45 


1.4. 4 


Abel White 


(> II 


> 1 


11 


7 


2. 


45 


1.4. 4 


Aaron Adams 


11 (1 


II 


It 


7 


2. 


45 


1.4. 4 


John Trass 


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1 1 


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7 


2. 


45 


1.4. 4 


Luther Fillmore 


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1 1 


It 


7 


2 


45 


1.4. 4 


Edward Turner 


II u 


II 


1 1 


7 


2 


45 


1.4. 4 


Elihu Johnson 


1 1 <1 


1 c 


1 1 


7 


2 


45 


1.4. 4 


Oliver Bell 


II II 


1 ( 


11 


7 


2 


45 


1.4. 4 


Levi Rice 


11 II 


II 


11 


7 


2 


45 


1.4. 4 


Samuel Owen 


11 II 


11 


i( 


7 


2 


45 


1.4. 4 


William Fox 


II 11 


ll 


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7 


2 


45 


1.4. 4 


Joshua Cambell 


11 i. 


II 


11 


7 


2 


45 


1.4. 4 


Jacob Johnson 


11 l( 


II 


1 1 


7 


2 


45 


1.4. 4 


Isaac Grant 


IS 11 


11 


II 


7 


2 


45 


1.4. 4 


James Fitch 


l< 11 


1 1 


1 1 


7 


2 


45 


1.4. 4 


Abel Spencer 


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2 


45 


1.4. 4 


Elisha Smith 


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Si 


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1.4. 4 


Samuel Rice 


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1 1 


11 


7 


a 


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1.4. 4 


Obadiah Noble 


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5 


2 


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1.1. 


Neri Cramton 


11 >1 


1 ( 


1( 


7 


2 


45 


1.4. 4 


Stephen Rice 


<l II 


II 


It 


7 


3 


45 


1.4. 4 
i:37.10.1 



Attest, Samuel Allen, Lieut. 

Pay Table Office, 5th. June, 1781. The Treasurer is directed 

to pay to Capt. Samuel Allen the within roll, it being examined 

and approved, which is thirty-seven pounds ten shillings and one 

penny. Thos. Chittenden, ) Conimittee 

John Fassett, [ «^ommittee. 

Reed. 5th. June, 1781, the contents of the above order. 

Saml. Allen, Lieut. 
The 5th. June, 1781. Sworn before me, 
;^37.10.1 Thos. Chittenden, Gov^ 



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Lt. Israel Hurlburt 

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Sergt. John Eaton 

" Azariah Blanchard 
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Isaac Clark 

Bruster Higley 

Salmon Cogsel 

Salmon Carver 

Gershom Moulton 

John Moulton 

W'" Booge 

W"^ Moor 

Adam Johnson 

David Gilmore 

John Anderson 

Elisha Ivilbourne 

Benj. Ufford 

John Gray 

Asa Dudley 

Abijah Beat 

Elijah Hawkins 

John Charter 



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STATE OF VERMONT 



[71] 



\Capt. Benjamin Cooky's Company] 



Pay Roll of Capt. Benjamin Cooley's Company in Col. Ebene- 
zer Allen's Regiment of Militia called out on the alarm of the 30th 
May 1780, commencing the 30th May 1780 and ending the 6*'' day 
of June 1780, inclusive — the money being due from the State of 
Vermont. 



Names 


Days 


Amt. of 
wages 


No. 
miles 


Travel 

fees 


Total 


Capt, Benj. Cooley 


8 


2. 2.8 


56 


0.18.8 


3. 1.4 


Sergt. Bre>2elee] Kichardson 


8 


0.12.8 


56 


18.8 


1.11.4 


" Jabez Olmstead 


8 


0.12.8 


56 


18.8 


1.11.4 


Corpl. Ashbel Hopkins 


8 


0.11.8 


56 


18.8 


1.10.4 


" Gideon Cooley 


8 


0.11.8 


56 


18.8 


1.10.4 


Eben"^ Drury 


8 


0.10.8 


56 


18.8 


1. 9.4 


Darius Crippen 


8 


0.10.8 


56 


18.8 


1. 9.4 


Solomon Story 


8 


0.10.8 


56 


18.8 


1. 9.4 


Caleb Cooley 


8 


0.10.8 


56 


18.8 


1. 9.4 


Abdon Owen 


8 


0.10.8 


56 


18.8 


1. 9.4 




;^16.11.4 



Pay Table Office, Aug 10, 1781. The within roll examined 
and approved and the Treasurer is directed to [pay] the same to 
Capt. Benj. Cooley or bearer, being sixteen pounds eleven shillings 
and four pence lawful money, John Fassett \ ^ gg 

Timo. Brownson [ 

Received of the Treasurer the contents of the above 10th 
Aug. 1781. Benjamin Cooley. 



[122] 



[CV/. Gideon Warren's Regiment — Officers] 



A Pay Roll of Field and Staff Officers in Col. Gideon Warren's 
Regiment of Militia in the Alarms of March and June, 1780. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


Gideon Warron, Col. 
Nathl. Smith, Q^m. 
Eben^ Hyde, Agt. [Adjt.?] 


17 

7 

10 


90 
45 
45 


11. 4.0 
2. 4.9 

2.17.6 

^16.16.3 



Gideon Warren, Col. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



183 



Pay Table Office, 12*^ June, 1781. The within roll being 

examined is approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay to Col. 

Warren eleven pounds fourteen shillings, and to Nathl. Smith 

two pounds four shillings and nine pence and to Eben"" Kyde two 

pounds seventeen shillings and six pence, per order of 

Thos. Chittenden ) ^ 

ny -D r Committee 

limo. Brownson j 

Date above received of the Treasurer eleven pounds fourteen 
shillings, per me, Gideon Warren, Col. 

Reed, 12^^ of July, 1781 of the Treasurer five pounds lawful 
money in behalf of Eben"" Hyde and Nathl. Smith, on the within 
roll. W^ Hooker. 



[369, dupl 227] [CaJ>f. Thomas Lee's Company'] 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Thomas Lee's Company of Militia in Col. 
Gideon Warren's Regiment, on an Alarm to Ticonderoga and 
Crown Point, in June, 1780; State of Vermont. 









Per 

mile 


Subsist- 




Names 


Days 


Miles 


ence 
per day 


Total 


Thomas Lee, Capt. 


7 


39 


4d 


1.4 


2.19. 4 


Nathl. Blanchard, Sergt. 


7 


39 


4 


8.0 


2. 1. 9 


Daniel Smith, En. 


7 


39 


4 


8.0 


2. 1. 9 


Abner Mead, Sergt. 


7 


39 


4 




1. 3. 1 


Amasa Blanchard, *' 


7 


39 


4 




1. 3. 1 


Roswell Post, 


7 


39 


4 




1. 3. 1 


Elisha Wright 


7 


39 


4 




1. 3. 1 


Henry Meads 


7 


39 


4 




1. 1. 4 


Isaac Meads 


7 


39 


4 




1. 1. 4 


Stephen Meads 


7 


39 


4 




1. 1. 4 


David Whipple 


7 


39 


4 




1. 1. 4 


Joel Roberts 


7 


39 


4 




1. 1. 4 


Jabez Gideons 


• 7 


39 


4 




1. 1. 4 


David Parkhill 


7 


39 


4 




1. 1. 4 


Benj. Johnson 


7 


39 


4 




1. 1. 4 


Wait Wright 


7 


39 


4 




1. 1. 4 


John Moses 


7 


39 


4 




1. 1. 4 


Joseph Chipman 


7 


39 


4 




1. 1. 4 
;^23. 9.10 



Thomas Lee, Capt. 



184 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Pay Table Office, 5'\ May, 1781. The Treasurer is directed 

to pay to Capt. Thos. Lee the within pay roll, it being- approved 

of, which is twenty-three pounds nine shillings and ten pence, 

lawful money. Thomas Chittenden ) .^ „.., 

■' - T i- T^ i-i. r Lomraittee 

John Fassett \ 

Date above received of the Treasurer the contents of the 
above. Thomas Lee, Capt. 

[316] \^Capt. Zebediah Dewey's Compatiy (part)] 

A Pay Roll for a part of Capt. Zebediah Dewey's Company (of 
Poultney Militia) who marched to the assistance of Governor 
Clinton (in his endeavor to intercept the retreat of Sir John John- 
son) in May and June, 1780 (marched 30th of May) travel made up 
at l^ per mile as far as Mount Independence. Poultney, June 13, 
1781. 



Names 



Jolin Asley, sergt. 
Peter How " 

Joseph Oraw 
John Meacham 
Joeiah Grant 
Seth Craw 
Benj. Webster 
Benj. Parmatree 
■Azel Holmes 
Elkanah Ashley 
William Richards 
Saml. Fletcher 
Saml. Allen 
John Smith 



Days 


Per 

month 


Amt. 
wages 


Miles 


Per 
mile 


Amt. 
travel 


10 


2. 8.0 


0.16.0 


35 


4d 


11.8 


10 




16. 


35 


4 


11.8 


10 


2. 0.0 


13.4 


35 


4 


11.8 


10 




13.4 


35 


4 


11.8 


10 




13.4 


35 


4 


11.8 


10 




13.4 


35 


4 


11.8 


10 




13.4 


35 


4 


11.8 


10 




13.4 


35 


4 


11.8 


10 




13.4 


35 


4 


11.8 


10 




13.4 


35 


4 


11.8 


10 




13.4 


35 


4 


11.8 


10 




13.4 


35 


4 


11.8 


10 




13.4 


35 


4. 


11.8 


10 




13.4 


35 


4 


11.8 



Total 



8 
8 








7. 

7. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 
1. 5. 
1. 5. 
1. 5. 
I. 5. 
1. 5. 



;^17.15.4 



I do hereby certify that these persons made up in the above 
roll entered service agreeable to the heading of this roll, and am 
prosuaded that there is no fraud in the roll, either to the State or 
individuals. Per me, Zebediah Dewey, Capt. 

N.B. There was no commiss'd officer that continued with 
command of this party. 

Poultney, Dec. 8, 1781. Then personally appeared Capt. 
Zebediah Dewey and made solemn oath to the within roll, accord- 
ing to the best of his knowledge. 

Before me, William Ward, Justice of Peace. 

* This party marched by order from Col. Eben"^ Allen. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



185 



Pay Table Office, June 13, 1781. The within pay roll being 
examined and approved, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay 

the contents of the same to being the sum of seventeen 

pounds fifteen shillings and four pence, lawful money. He the 
said to be accountable. 

Given at Arlington. Timo. Brownson 

John Fassett 



Committee. 



Sunderland, April 12, 1782. For value received I do hereby 
sign over the above pay roll to Ira Allen and request the Treasurer 
to pay the same to him, Zebediah Dewey, Capt. 



Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, June 8, 1782. 
Allen, Treasurer, the contents of this order. 



Received of I. 
Ira Allen. 



[339] 



[Ci^//. Jesse Safford's Company\ 



An account of Money due to Capt. Jesse Safford's Company 
for travel from their respective towns to Camp; one part to Pitts- 
ford, the other to Royalton, in July, 1780. 



Names 


Miles 


Per mile 


Total 


Samson Marbel, Sergt. 


68 


s. 
0.2.0 


6.16.0 


Cleffor Chase [Chafe], " 


75 






7.10.0 


John Wood, 


60 






6. 0.0 


Abel Pain, 


70 






7. 0.0 


Rufus Root, Corpl. 


60 






6. 0.0 


Daniel Barns, Drum"" 


65 






6.10.0 


Daniel Stearns, Fifer 


70 






7. CO 


John Cadey 


60 






6. 0.0 


William Negrous 


68 






6.16.0 


William Bennett 


65 






6.10.0 


John Goold 


75 






7.10.0 


Seth Goold 


75 






7.10.0 


Eben'" Stearns 


70 






7. 0.0 


Artemus Robinson 


75 






7.10.0 


John Curtis 


68 






6.16.0 


Bennet Williams 


65 






6.10.0 


Alexander Hutchinson 


70 






7. 0.0 


Jerome Sawens 


75 






7.10.0 


Luke Lamphire 


65 






6.10.0 


Steven Jenkins 


60 






6. 0.0 


Asa Chedle 


70 






7. 0.0 


Calvin Dyke 


55 






5.10.0 



186 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


Miles 


Per Mile 


Total 


Thomas Freeman 


70 


s. 
0.2.0 


7. 0.0 


Caleb Hoten 


80 






8. 0.0 


Asa Hoten 


80 






8. 0.0 


James Hoten 


80 






8. 0.0 


Jeremiah Verging 


70 






7. 0.0 


Eben' Squier 


68 






6.16.0 


Caleb Wright 


75 






7.10 


Bliss Hoisington 


75 






7.10.0 


Stephen Marcy 


60 






6. 0.0 


Elish Walker 


70 






7. 0.0 


Charles Rice 


75 






7.10 


Joua. Plumley 


15 






1.10.0 


Asel Parseful 


15 






1.10.0 


Jerome Hutchinson 


15 






1.10.0 


Experience Tixet [Trisket] 


15 






1.10.0 


Saml. Tredway 


15 






1 10.0 


John Jones 


15 






1.10 


Aaron Traesdel [Trusdel" 


12 






1. 4 


Simeon Root 


12 






1. 4.0 


Sylvester Smith [Selvef] 


12 






1. 4.0 








;^^241. 6.0 



This may certify that this is a just and true account of the 
traveling money due to my company as specified within. Witness 
my hand this tenth day of April, 1781. Jesse Safford, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Windsor, Feb. 20, 1783. The within pay 
roll being approved, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay unto 
Capt. Jesse Safford the sum of two hundred and forty-one pounds 
six shillings in continental money. 

Isaac Tichenor, ) ^ 

T t, c* y Committee. 

John Strong, [ 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



187 



Date above, reed, of I, Allen, Treasurer, the contents of this 
■order, by taking up a receipt given in Continental money. 

^241.6.0 Jesse Safford. 

£80] [A Scout under Lieut. Nathan Howland'\ 

A Pay Roll of a Scout under the command of Lieut. Nathan 
Rowland in August, 1780. 



Names 


Miles 


Travel 


Days 


Pay 
per m. 


Total 


Nathan Rowland, Lt. 


12 


0.4.0 


3 


5.8.0 


0.12.9 


Joseph Darling 


12 


4. 


3 


2 


4. 


Charles Killam 


12 


4. 


3 


2 


4. 


Josiah Lamb 


12 


4. 


3 


2 


4. 


Ellas Thomas 


12 


4. 


3 


2 


4. 


Jonas Matthews 


12 


4. 


3 


2 


4. 


Billy Gray 


12 


4. 


3 


2 


4. 


Rufus Sanderson 


12 


4. 


3 


2 


4. 


John Sanderson 


12 


4. 


3 


2 


4. 
1. 6.0 
^4. 0.9 



Pay Table Office, Charlestown, Oct. 19, 1781. The within pay 
roll examined and approved at four pounds and nine pence, and 
the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the same unto Lt. Nathan 
Rowland or bearer. 

Timothy Brownson 
Isaac Tichenor 



Committee 



Treasurer's Office, Charlestown, Oct. 27, 1781. Reed, of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order, being four pounds and 
•nine pence. Reed in behalf of Lt. Nathan Rowland. 

Oliver Williams. 



188 



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190 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[95] [Capt. Elisha Burton s Company\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Elisha Burton's Company,, who marched by- 
order of Col. Peter Olcott to Head Quarters at Royalton in August 
last, 1780. 





Days 


Wages 


Miles 


Pay 


Amt. 


Total 


NAMES 


serv- 
ice 

2 


due 


travel 


per 
mile 


of 
travel 




Capt. Elijah Burton 


0.10.8 


18 


4d 


6^ 


0.16.8 


Lt, John Hopson 


2 


7.2 


k i 


(< 


6 


13.2 


" Solo. Cushman 


2 


7.2 


( 1 


( < 


6 


]3.2 


Sergt. Saml. Hutchin- 














son 


2 


3.2 


(( 


( ( 


6 


9.2 


" Elias Newton 


2 


3.2 


< t 


<( 


6 


9.2 


'• Benj. Burton 


2 


3.2 


1 1 


( 1 


6 


9.2 


Corpl. Adrian Hatch 


2 


3.0 


( ( 


( ( 


6 


9.0 


Saml. Curtis 


2 


2.8 


1 1 


1 1 


G 


8.8 


Solomon Curtis 


2 


2.8 


t ( 


< t 


6 


8.& 


Roswell Morgan 


2 


2.8 


1 1 


( « 


6 


8.8 


Cyprian Morgan 


2 


2.8 


( t 


t > 


6 


8.8 


Ashbel Tucker 


2 


2.8 


( ( 


( ( 


6 


8.8 


Jona. Plumley 


2 


2.8 


( ( 


(< 


6 


8.8 


John Spears [Spers' 


2 


2.8 


( ( 


I ( 


6 


8.8 


Asa Stone 


2 


2.8 


i ( 


< ( 


6 


8.8 


Reuben Hatch 


2 


2.8 


i < 


( 1 


6 


8.8 


John Record 


2 


2.8 


( ( 


I ( 


6 


88 


John Wright 


2 


2.8 


1 1 


( ( 


6 


8.a 


Saml. Brown 


2 


2.8 


i< 


( 1 


6 


8.8- 


Jonas Richards 


2 


2.8 


( ( 


( ( 


6 


8.8 


Nathl. Boardman 


2 


2.8 


1 > 


«( 


6 


8.8 


Jehiel Boardman 


2 


2.8 


(t 


» « 


6 


8.8. 


John Hatch, Jr. 


2 


2.8 


I ( 


t > 


6 


8.8 


Conant Sawyer 


2 


2.8 


t « 


It 


6 


8.8 


Abel Stimson 


2 


2.8 


t ( 


( i 


6 


8.8 


John Barton 


2 


2.8 


t < 


t ( 


6 


8 8- 


Elisha Partridge 


2 


2.8 


( t 


( 1 


6 


8.8 


Asel Murdock 


2 


2.8 


> ( 


< t 


6 


8.8 


Jasper Murdock 


2 


2.8 


< ( 


> i 


6 


8.8 


Constant Murdock 


2 


2.8 


1 ( 


t ( 


6 


8.8 


Jerom Hutchinson 


2 


2.8 


< ( 


( ( 


6 


8.8 


Asel Percivel 


2 


2.8 


(( 


i 1 


6 


8.8 


Solomon White 


2 


2.8 


( ( 


( t 


6 


8.8 


Asel Lewis [Luis] 


2 


2.8 


k i 


( \ 


6 


8.8 




^15.13 6 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



191 



Pay Table Office, Bennington, June 25, 1781. The within pay 
roll examined and approved, and the Treasurer is directed to pay 
the same to Elisha Burton, which is fifteen pounds thirteen and 
six pence. John Strong-, 

;^^15.13.6. timothy Brownson 



Committee 



June 25, 1781. Received of I. Allen, Treasurer, the contents 
of this order. Elisha Burton. 



[338] 



\^Capt. Joseph Parkhursfs Company] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Joseph Parkhursfs Company of Militia 
for the service in the alariis in Aug. 9^*", Royalton, 1780. 



Names 



Corpl. 



Capt. Joseph Park- 
hurst 
Lt. Calvin Park- 
hurst 
Lt. Elias Stephens 
Sergt. Walbridg 
" Foster 
'• Wheeler 
• " . Haven 
Billings 
How 
Mosher 
John Crary 
John Hiboot 
Aaron Mosh 

[Mosure] 
Robert Handy 
Daniel Lovejoy 
Daniel Havens 
Joseph Fish 
Medad Burton 
Jerem'' Presot 
Nathan Morse 

Moris] 
Reuben Parkhurst 
Luther Ede 



e r 



[or 



Com- 
mence- 
ment of 
pay 


When 
dis- 
charged 


Days 
3 


Per 
day 

0.5.4 


Pay 

Am'ont 


Ea- 

tions 
per 
day 

0.2.0 


Aug 9 


Aug. 12 


0.16.0 




t 1 ( 


■ " 15 


6 


3.7 


1.1.6 


1.4 






( ( t k 


6 


3.7 


1.1.6 


1.4 






" 12 


3 


1.7 


4.9 


8. 






H (1 


3 


1.7 


4.9 


8. 






" 15 


6 


1.7 


9.6 


8. 






t ( (1 


6 


1.7 


9.6 


8. 






" 12 


3 


1.7 


4.9 


8. 






(1 ( t 


3 


1.6 


4.6 


8. 






C t .1 


3 


1.6 


4.6 


8. 






( i i 1 


3 


1.4 


4.0 


8. 






( t ( i 


3 


1.4 


4.0 


8. 






( ( 11 


3 


1.4 


4.0 


8. 






" 15 


6 


1.4 


8.0 


8. 






t i ( k 


6 


1.4 


8.0 


8. 






( ( 1 ( 


6 


1.4 


8.0 


8. 






" 12 


3 


1.4 


4.0 


8. 






11 1 1 


3 


1.4 


4.0 


8. 






" 15 


6 


■ 1.4 


8.0 


8. 






(< Si 


6 


1.4 


8.0 


8. 






( ( It 


6 


1.4 


8.0 


8. 






" 12 


3 


1.4 


4.0 


8. 



Amount 
rations 



0.6.0 

8. 

8. 

2. 
o 

4. 
4. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 

2. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

2 

2. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

2. 



192 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 



Adam Durkee 
Elisha Kent 
Matthew Har-rin- 

ton 
Abel Fairbanks 
Zacheus Downer 
Lackin Hunton 
Nehemiah Lovejoy 
Jason Downer 
Asa Stephens 
Benj. Parkhurst 
Benj. Day 
Standish Day 
Phineas Parkhurst 
Penl Parkhurst 
[name erased] 



Com- 


When 








Ea- 


mence- 


dis- 


Days 


Per 


Amt. 


tions 


ment of 


ctiargec 


i 


day 


pay 


per 


pay 




5 6 






day 

8. 


Aug 9 


Aug.l. 


1.4 


8.0 


( ( < 1 


( i I 


' 6 


1.4 


8.0 


8. 






' 1' 


I 3 


1.4 


4.0 


8. 








• 3 


1.4 


4.0 


8. 








' 3 


1.4 


4.0 


8. 








' 3 


1.4 


4.0 


8. 








' 3 


1.4 


4.0 


8. 








' 3 


1.4 


4.0 


8. 








' 3 


1.4 


4.0 


8. 








' 3 


1.4 


4.0 


8. 








' 3 


1.4 


4.0 


8. 








' 3 


1.4 


4.0 


8. 








' 3 


1.4 


4.0 


8. 






' 1 


5 3 


1.4 


8.0 


8. 






' 1 


3 3 


1.4 


1.3 


8 



Amt. 
rations 



4. 
4. 

2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
4. 
2. 

^17.11.3 



Joseph Parkhurst, Capt, 

Pay Table Office. The within pay roll examined and ap- 
proved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Capt. 
Joseph Parkhurst or bearer, being the sum of seventeen pounds 
eleven shillings and three pence, with the addition of rations, 
lawful money. Thos. Chittenden, ) p-rnmittA^ 

Arlington 12 Jan. 1781. John Fassett, [ '^ommiiiee. 

Vermont, Windsor County, ss. May 23, 1781. Sworn before 

Joel Marsh, Justice of Peace. 

Reed, of the Treasurer, in behalf of Capt. Joseph Parkhurst, 
the contents of the within roll. 12th June 1781. 

Amos Robinson 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



193 



[51] 



[^Capf. John Mercy's Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. John Mercy's Company that marched 
after Tories in Angt. 1780, by orders from Col. Ebenezer Woods. 
Windsor, August, 1780. 





Pay 


Days 


Pay 

per day 


When 


Amt 




Total 


Names and bank 


com- 


ser- 


dis- 


per 


Miles 




menc'g 
August 


vice 


charged 


day 




amt. 


Capt. John Mercy 


5 


;^0.5.4 


August 


2. 1.8 


20 


2. 8. 4 


Lt. Elnathan Strong 






4 


^0 3.7 


(1 


14.4 


do 


1. 1. 


Lt. Eben' Hoisington 






4 


3.7 


1 i 


14.4 


do 


1. L 


Sergt. Hilton 






4 


1.7 


i< 


6.8 


do 


13. 


" Parttrick 






4 


1.7 


i ( 


6.8 


do 


13. 


" Meicy 






6 


1.7 


1 ( 


9.6 


do 


16. 2 


D'"' Mercy 






3 


1.6 


(1 


4.6 


do 


11. 3 


Corpl. Emonenis 






5 


1.6 


( t 


7.6 


do 


15.10 


" David Arms 






4 


1.6 


(' 


6.0 


do 


12. 3 


Matthew Hamond 






3 


1.4 


t< 


4.0 


do 


10. 2 


Jona. Hamond 






3 


1.4 


1.4 


4.0 


do 


10. 2 


Joel Butler 






4 


1.4 


t t 


5.4 


do 


12. 


Joseph Perterson 






3 


1.4 


i i 


4.0 


do 


10. 8 


Jos. Thompson 






3 


1.4 


1< 


4.0 


do 


10. 8 


Josiah Hawley 






2 


1.4 


" 


2.8 


do 


9. 4 


Jno. Benjamin 






2 


1.4 


(I 


2.8 


do 


9. 4 


Moses Morse 






4 


1.4 


i 1 


5.4 


do 


12. 


Seth Sabing 






3 


1.4 


C( 


4.0 


do 


10. 8 


Solo. Buck 






3 


1.4 


' > 


4.0 


do 


10. 8 


John Kinglesy 




, 


3 


1.4 


i ( 


4.0 


do 


10. 8 


Leonard Soilden 






1 


1.4 


(t 


1.4 


do 


8. 


Sergt. Saml. Parttrick 






2 


1.7 


( i 


3.2 


do 


6. 8 


Jacob Hastens 






2 


1.4 


( ( 


2.8 


do 


9. 4 


Nathan Hatch 






3 


1.4 


t \ 


4.0 


do 


10. 8 


Saml. Messer 






2 


1.4 


• ( 


2.8 


do 


9. 4 


Elias Hoisington 






3 


1.4 


ft 


4.0 


do 


10. 8 


Joel Smead 






1 


1.4 


(( 


1.4 


do 


7. 


W°' Smead, Jr. 






6 


1.4 


a 


8.0 


do 


14. 8 


Peter Cunir [ Currier] 






3 


1.4 


• ( 


4.0 


do 


10. 8 



;^18.16. 6 

12. 8 



Total. 



^19. 9. 2 



John Mercy, Captain. 

N. B. Corpl. Thos. Wilson was omitted in the above list. 
Please to grant him pay according to the rest of said company — 
^0.12.8 

Windsor County, Windsor, April 13, 1781. Sworn before 

John Fassett, Asst 

[13] 



194 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Pay Table Office. The within account or pay roll examined 
and approved, and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 
Capt. John Mercy or bearer, ii being the sum of nine pounds nine 
shillings and two pence lawful money. Given at Windsor, April 
13, 1781. Thos. Chittenden, John Fassett, Committee. 

Bennington 22d June, 1781. Then reed the contents of the 
within pay roll. Per me, John Mercy, Captain. 

[263] [A Scout under orders of Capt. Benjamin Cox\ 

The following is an exact account of Scouting, by order of 
Capt. Benjamin Cox, the 23rd. of August, 1780. 



Names 


Days 


Mil?s 
out 


Miles 
com- 


Total 








ing 






Daniel Sharp, Sergt. 


5 


40 


40 


1. 


1. 3 


John Foster, " 


5 


40 


40 


1. 


1. 3 


Nathaniel Page, Corpl. 


3 


20 


20 


0. 


10. 11 


Asa Page, Corpl. 


3 


20 


20 


0. 


10. 11 


Joseph Foster, Corpl. 


5 


40 


40 


1. 


0. 5 


Benj. Stebbings 


3 


20 


20 


0. 


10. 8 


Joseph Marsh 


3 


20 


20 


0. 


10. 8 


Abel Marsh 


3 


20 


20 


0. 


10. 8 


Hollon Blackmer [HoUam] 


5 


40 


40 


1. 


0. 


Asa Foster 


5 


40 


40 


1. 


0. 


Robert Whitcomb 


5 


40 


40 


1. 


0. 


Thos. Wannop 


5 


40 


40 


1. 


0. 


Joseph Chamberlin 


3 


20 


20 


0. 


10. 8 


John Hariden 


3 


20 


20 


0. 


10. 8 


Samuel Stewart 


3 


20 


20 


0. 


18. 8 




^11- 


3. 9 



The number of miles in the above roll is as exact as by com- 
putation could be made. 

Barnard, June 4, 1781 

I certify that the above Pay Roll is just, without fraud or 
wrong to the public or any private person. Daniel Sharp, Sergt. 

Pay Table Office, June 23, 1781. The within Pay Roll ex- 
amined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same, being eleven pounds three shillings and nine pence. 

Timo. Brownson ) ^ 
John Fassett \ Committee. 

June 25, 1781. Reed, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, ths contents of 
this order. Joseph Foster 

^11. 3. 9 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



195 



[214] [^Capt. Benjamhi Cox's Company of Rangers\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Benjamin Cox's Company of Rangers, 
Maj. Eben^ Allen's Detachment raised for the defense of the State 
of Vermont, commencing August 15th. and ending the 15th. of 
November, A. D. 1780. — both days included. 





Com- 


Time of 








Names 


mence- 
ment of 


seryice 


Per 

month 


When dis- 
charged 


Total 




pay 


mo8. 
3 


days 








Capt. Benj. Cox 


Aug. 15 


1 


8.0.0 


Nov. 15 


24. 5.4 


Lieut. Beriah Green 


( ( ( ( 






5.8.0 






16. 7.7 


Sergt. Adams Howard 


( ( (« 






2.8.0 






7. 5.7 


" Eben« Clark 


1 ( i ( 






2.8.0 






7. 5.7 


Corpl. Edward Church 


< ( ( t 






2.4.0 






. 6.13.5 


Robert Burch 


( ( < ( 






2.4.0 






6.13.5 


John Ellis 


Sept. 16 


1 


28 


2.4.0 






4. 5.1 


Fifer Danl. Perkins 


Aug. 15 


3 


1 


2.4.0 






6.13.5 


Jonathan Carpenter 


1 ( 1 ( 






2,0.0 


, 




' 4. 5.1 


Asa Call 


it ( t 






2.0.0 






6.13.5 


Nathan Dike 


(( (( 






2.0.0 






6. 1.4 


John Strong 


Aug. 15 






2.0.0 






6. 1.4 


Robert Green 


< ( 1 ( 






2.0.0 






6. 1.4 


James Howe 


(I (( 






2.0.0 






6. 1.4 


Amos Parker 


( ( < 1 






2 0.0 






6. 1.4 


Jacob Salisbury 


(1 t ( 






2.0.0 






6. 1.4 


Reuben Smith 


(( (( 






2.0.0 






6. 1.4 


Elkanah Sprague 


(t (( 






2.0.0 






6. 1.4 


Lathrop Thompson 


(I i ( 






2.0.0 






6. 1.4 


Asa Worcester 


< t 1 1 






2.0.0 






6. 1.4 


Benj. Cox, Jr. 


Sept. 3 


2 


12 


2.0.0 






4.16.0 


Line Hoisington 


" 12 


1 


2 


2.0.0 


Oct. 14 


2. 2.8 


Jeremiah Bishop 


" 11 


2 


4 


2.0.0 


Nov. 15 


4. 5.4 


Abraham Taylor [Taber?; 


" 12 


2 


3 


2.0.0 






4. 4.0 


Daniel Sartel 


9 


2 


6 


2.0.0 






4. 8.0 


Matthew Smith 


Aug 15 


3 


1 


2.0.0 






6. 1.4 


Andrew Stevens 


Sept. 17 


1 


27 


2.0.0 






3.16.0 


Joseph Lull 


" 28 


1 


19 


2.0.0 






3. 5.4 


Samuel Dike 


Aug. 15 


3 


1 


2.0.0 






6. 1.4 














;^191.5.5 


( 


Dfficers' s 


ubsistence 


9.2.0 




^200.7.5 










Ben 


j-c 


:ox, c 


aptain. 



196 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Bennington County, 8th Jan. 1781. Personally appeared 
Capt. Benj. Cox and made solemn oath that the within pay roll is 
truly and justly charged, without injury to this state or any in- 
dividual. Before noe, Thos. Chittenden, Gov. 

Pay Table Office. This pay roll being examined and approved 
the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the same to Thos. Tolman, 
Paymaster to the troops of this State, it being the sum of two hun- 
dred pounds seven shillings and five pence, in hard njoney or other 
currency equivalent, he to be accountable for the same. 
Given at Arlington this 10th day of Jan. 1781. 

Thos. Chittenden ) ^ ... 

John Fassett \ Committee. 

Reed, the above in full, March 20, 1782. 

Thos. Tolman, Paymaster, 

[159] [Lt'euf. William Posfs Company\ 

A Pay Roll of Lieut. William Post's Company of Volunteers 
in the service of the State of Vermont, from the twenty-ninth of 
August, 1780, to the 20^'' of September, 1780. 



Names 


Com- 


Ending 


pr 


Days 


Total 




mencing 




month 










1780 


1780 










William Post, Lieut. 


Aug. 29 


Sept. 20. 


6.0.0 


22 


4. 


8. 


Noah Beach, Sergt. 








2.8.0 


22 


1. 


18. 5 


Amasa Blanchard 


( ( ( 






2.0.0 


22 


1. 


9. 4 


George Alford 








2.0.0 


22 


1. 


9. 4 


Saml. Sheldon 








2.0.0 


22 


1. 


9. 4 


Elihu Johnson 








2.0.0 


22 


1. 


9. 4 


Silas Pratt, Jr. 








2.0.0 


22 


1. 


9. 4 


Ephraim Loomis 








2.0.0 


22 


1. 


9. 4 


Henry Sanford 








2.0.0 


22 


1. 


9. 4 


Robert Sanford 








2.0.0 


22 


1. 


9. 4 


Jona. Whipple 








2.0.0 


22 


1. 


9. 4 


Henry Sanford, Jr. 








2.0.0 


22 


1. 

£20 


9. 4 
19.9 



Pay Table Office, 16 March, 1781. The within pay roll being 

examined, is approved, and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 

same to Lt. W" Post, or order, which is twenty pounds nineteen 

shillings and two pence, lawful money. 

Thos. Chittenden \ ., 
TUT? 4. r Com®®. 

John tasseti 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



197 



Arlington, June 1^' 1781. Then received of the within pay- 
roll the sum of five pounds lawful money. W™ Post. 

Arlington, S'^ June, 1781. Then received the sum of fifteen 
pounds 19 shillings and 9 pence, lawful money, it being the full of 
the within pay roll. 

^20.19.9' W-" Post. 



[109] 



\Capt. Step/iefi Calkins' Company^ 



Pay Roll of Steven Calkins' C&mpany Col. Ira Allen's Regi- 
ment of Militia. 





When Wh 


en re- 


Days 


Pay per 


Miles Amt 


. of 




Names 


marched tv 


irned 


in ser- 
vice 


month 


travel trai 


rel 


Total 




1780 














Capt. Stephen Calkins 


Oct. 13 0( 


}t. 24 


11 


8. 0. 


35 11 


8 


3.10.5 


Lt. Eben'- Wilson 


It 1 ( 1 


' 18 


6 


5. 8. 


35 11 


8 


1.13.6 


Sergt. Jona. Sprague 


il 4( 1 


' 18 


6 


2. 8. 


35 11 


8 


1.13.6 


" Daniel Brambly 


(1 '. ( 1 


' 18 


6 


2. 8.0 


35 11 


8 


1. 1.8 


" Luther Colvin 


< ( 11 ( 


' 18 


6 


2. 8. 


35 11 


8 


1. 1.8 


Jonathan Seely 


it (( ( 


' 18 


6 


2. 0. 


35 11 


8 


0.19.8 


William Roberts 


1 ( It ( 


' 18 


6 


2. 0. 


35 11 


8 


0.19.8 


W" Gage, Jr. 


It 1 < < 


' 18 


6 


2. 0. 


35 11 


8 


0.19.8 


Joseph Gage 


CI II 1 


' 30 


18 


2. 0. 


35 11 


8 


1.15.8 


George Gage 


<l (1 I 


' 18 


6 


2. 0. 


35 11 


8 


0.19.8 


Titus Colvin 


II .( 1 


' 18 


6 


2. 0. 


S5 11 


8 


0.19.8 


Amos Colvin 


It 1 1 ( 


' 30 


18 


2. 0. 


35 11 


8 


1.15.8 


Joshua Colvin 


(1 1 1 1 


' 18 


.6 


2. 0. 


35 11 


8 


0.19.8 


Matthew Ray 


(1 > ( 1 


' 18 


6 


2. 0. 


35 11 


8 


0.19.8 


Ezekiei Smith 


It ( c < 


' 18 


6 


2. 0. 


35 11 


8 


0.19.8 


William Lowin 


It II 1 


' 30 


18 


2. 0. 


35 11 


8 


1.15.8 


Nathan Sprague - 


1 < II 1 


• 18 


6 


2. 0. 


35 11 


8 


0.19.8 


Edward Soper 


tl 1 1 < 


' 18 


6 


2. 0. 


35 11 


8 


0.19.8 


Richard Smith 


1 1 It 1 


' 30 


18 


2. 0. 


35 11 


8 


1.15.8 


John Gage 


1 1 II i 


' 18 


6 


2. 0. 


35 11 


8 


0.19.8 


James Webster 


<( II 1 


' 18 


6 


2. 0. 


35 11 


8 


0.19.8 




£21Ai.5 












Rati 


ons 


0.18.8 

;^28.12.1 



Pay Table Office, May 30, 1781. The within pay roll being 
examined and approved, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay 
the same, being ^28.12.1 

Thos. Chittenden ) ^^^ 
Timo. Brownson f 

Date above, reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the within 

pay roll. 

Stephen Calkins. 



198 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[158] 



[^Capt. Jonathan Holtoiis Company\ 



An Abstract of Capt. Jona. Holton's Company, Col. Eben"" 
Woods' Reg* of Militia — service done in the Alarm in Oct. 17, 1780. 



Names 



Capt. Jona. Holten 
Lt. W" Stearns 
En. Timo. Clark 
Sergt. John Roundye 
" John Whitney 

John Titus 
** John Pulsipher 
Corpl. Danl. Richards 
Drum'' Charles Richards 
Colburn Preston 
Luke Hitchcock, Jr. 
Benj. Laribee 
Gardner Simonds 
David Camble 
Phineas White 
Levi Davis 

Davis 

Strond 

Stowell 
Burr 
Zadock Sipeo 
Luther Webb 
Elijah Read 
Eben'' Lock [Eben] 
Eben'' Albree [Eben] 
Saml. Spalding 
Philip Safford. 
Uriah Roundy 
Asa White 

Feniages [Ferriages ?] 



John 
John 
John 
Saml. 



Days 



Miles 



15 


60 


7 


60 


7 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


15 


60 


11 


60 


11 


60 


11 


60 



Total 



6. 


0.0 


3.10.4 


2.10.4 


2. 


4.0 


2. 


4.0 


2. 


4.0 


2. 


4.0 


2. 


2.0 


2. 


2.0 


2. 


2.0 


2. 


2.0 


2. 


2.0 


2. 


2.0 


2. 


2.0 


2. 


2.0 


2. 


2.0 


2. 


2.0 


2. 


2.0 


2. 


2.0 


2. 


2.0 


2. 


2.0 


2. 


2.0 


2. 


2.0 


2. 


2.0 


2. 


2.0 


2. 


2.0 


1.14.8 



1.14.8 

1.14.8 

19.4 



^64. 4.0 



June 25, 1781. 



Jona. Holten, Capt. 

Then the within pa^ roll sworn to before me. 

Timo. Brownson, Asst. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



199 



Pay Table Office, 25"> June. 1781. The within pay roll ex- 
amined and approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay the same 
to Jonathan Holten, it being sixty-four pounds four shillings. 

Timo. Brownson | ^ 

T , c* r Committee 

John Strong \ 

June 36, 1781. Reed, of I. Allen, Treasurer, the contents of 
this order. 

£64:A.O Jona. flolten, Capt. 

[356J \^Lieut. Asahel SinitKs Company\ 

A Pay Roll of Lieut. Asahel Smith's Company of Militia that 
marched to Fort Fortitude, Oct. 20, 1780, by order of Lt. Col. 
Safford. 





Com- 




Per 
day 


When 






Names 


mence*^ 


Days 


dis- 


Miles 


Total 




of pay 




charged 






Lt. Asahel Smith 


Oct. 17 


16 


3.7 


Nov. 2 


70 


4. 0. 8 


Lt. Thos. Hunter 


" 20 


8 


1.7 


Oct. 28 


40 


1. 6. 


Sergt. Matthew Patrick 




6 


1.7 


" 26 


40 


1. 2.10 


Asa Smead 




12 


1.7 


Nov. 1 


40 


1.12.14 


" James Fletcher 




12 


1.7 


" 1 


40 


1.12.14 


" Wm. Hilton 




13 


1.7 


" 2 


40 


1.13.11 


Corpl. Solomon Emmons 




9 


1.6 


Oct. 29 


70 


1.16.10 


" Able Adams 




13 


l.G 


Nov. 2 


40 


1.12.10 


Isaiah Burk 




6 


1.4 


Oct. 26 


40 


1. 1. 4 


Elias Hoisington 




9 


1.4 


" 29 


40 


1. 5. 4 


Saml. Jewett 




9 


1.4 


" 29 


40 


1. 5. 4 


Joseph Barrett 




12 


1.4 


Nov. 1 


40 


1. 9. 4 


Joseph Woodruff 




12 


1.4 


(1 ti 


40 


1. 9. 4 


Elihu Beach 




12 


1.4 


(1 t ( 


40 


1. 9. 4 


Andrew Blunt 


(f (« 


12 


1.4 


( t ( ( 


40 


1. 9. 4 


Wm. Smead 




11 


1.4 


Oct. 31 


40 


1. 8. 


Jona. Hunter 




20 


1.4 


Nov. 9 


40 


2. 0. 


Peter Currier 




9 


1.4 


Oct. 29 


40 


1. 5. 4 


Leonard Spalding 




6 


1.4 


" 26 


40 


1. 1. 4 


Timo. Messer 




10 


1.4 


Nov. 9 


40 


2. 0. 


Elijah Allen 


" 17 


18 


1.4 


" 4 


90 


2.14. 


Daniel Woods 


" 20 


13 


1.4 


" 2 


40 


1.10. 8 


Peter Kendall 




13 


1.4 


" 2 


40 


1.10. 8 


Pearl Parkhurst 




20 


1.4 


" 9 


40 


2. 0. 


Joseph Powers 




12 


1.4 


" 1 


40 


1. 9. 4 


Thos. Chapin 




13 


1.4 


" 2 


40 


1.10. 8 


Nathan Hatch 




11 


1.4 


Oct. 31 


40 


1. 8. 


Eben'^ Howard 




12 


1.4 


Nov. 1 


40 


1. 9. 4 


Lazarus Bannister 




12 


1.4 


" 1 


40 


1. 9. 4 


Eph"' Hubbard 




20 


1.4 


" 9 


40 


2. 0. 


Moses Morse 




14 


1.4 


" 3 


40 


1.12. 


Eldad Hubbard 




15 


1.4 


" 4 


40 


1.13. 4 


John Davis 




15 


1.4 


" 4 


40 


1.13. 4 


Samuel Abbot 




3 


1.4 


Oct. 23 


40 


0.17. 4 
£fi8. 1.11 



Attest, Asahel Smith, Lieut. 



200 



STATE OF VERMONT 



N. B. 92 rations at S^ per ration ^^3.2.2. which is 

included. Sworn before, John Fassett, Asst. 

Windsor County, Windsor, Apl. 12, 1781. 

State of Vermont, Pay Table Office. The within Pay Roll 
examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same to Lieut. Asahel Smith or bearer, being the sum of fifty- 
eight pounds one shilling and eleven pence, lawful money. 

Thos. Chittenden, ) ,. 

John Fassett, f ^O'^^^^ttee. 

20, 1781, of the Treasurer the contents of the 



• Reed. April 
above order. 
^58.1.11 

[234, dupl 134] 
A Pay Roll 



Dudley Chase. 
[C(2//. Ed7nii7id Hodges' Company\ 

of Capt. Edmund Hodges Company for service 
done at Fort Fortitude by order of Col. Joseph Safford, from the 
towns of Pomfret and Hartford, in October, 1780. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Per 

day 


Per 

mile 


Total 


Capt. Edmund Hodges 


14 


20 


5.4 


4d 


4. 


1. 4 


L* Asa Hazen 


14 


20 


3.7 


4 


2.16.10 


Sergt. Bacon 


14 


20 


1.7 


4 




8.10 


'' Mason 


14 


20 


1.7 


4 




8.10 


Tracy 


14 


20 


1.7 


4 




8.10 


Corpl. Perren 


14 


20 


1.6 


4 




7. 8 


Tilden 


14 


20 


1.6 


4 




7. 8 


" Emerson 


14 


20 


1.6 


4 




7. 8 


Fifer Benj. Skinner 


14 


20 


16 


4 




7. 8 


Samuel Allen 


14 


20 


1.4 


4 • 




5. 4 


John Chedeals 


14 


20 


1 4 


4 




5. 4 


John Hore [Hoar" 


14 


20 


1.4 


4 




5. 4 


Solva^ Sessions 


14 


20 


1.4 


4 




5. 4 


Abel Morse 


14 


20 


1.4 


4 




5. 4 


Asa Morson 


14 


20 


1.4 


4 




5. 4 


Benj. Sessions 


14 


20 


1.4 


4 




5. 4 


Amos Troop 


14 


20 


1.4 


4 




5. 4 


James Wilson 


14 


20 


1.4 


4 


J^ ^ 


5. 4 


Barnabas Washburn 


14 


20 


1.4 


4 




5. 4 


William Burch 


14 


26 


1.4 


4 




7. 4 


Nehemiah Closson 


14 


2G 


1.4 


4 




7. 4 


Luther Powell 


14 


26 


1.4 


4 


-| 


7. 4 


Jacob Hall 


14 


26 


1.4 


4 




7. 4 


Francis Savage 


14 


26 


1.4 


4 




7. 4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



201 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Per. 
day 


Per 

mile 


Total 


Solomon Strong 
Thomas Tracy 
Phineas Wright 


14 
14 
14 


26 

26 
26 


1.4 
1.4 
1.4 


4 
4 
4 


]. 7. 4 
1. 7. 4 
1. 7. 4 

£A0. 8. 2 



The above is a true Pay Roll. Attest,- Edmund Hodges, Capt. 

Pay Table Office. The within pay roll examined and approved 
and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Capt. Edmund 
Hodges or bearer, being the sum of forty pounds eight shillings 
and four pence, lawful money. Timo. Brownson } p 

Windsor, April 14, 17S1. John Fassett f '-o^mittee 

June 19, 1781. Reed, of I. Allen, Treasurer, the contents of 
the above order. 

£4:0. 8. 2 John Throop. 

[249] [C<2//. Benjamin Cox's Conipany\ 

Pay Roll of Capt. Benj. Cox's Company of Militia, for scout- 
ing done in Barnard the last year — 1780 



Names 



Lieut. Elias Keyes 
En. Benj. Wilbur 
Sergt. Daniel Sharp 

" John Foster 
Seth Dean 
George Page 
Ephraim Briggs 
John Whilcom [Whitcomb] 
Sheribeah Ballard 
William Butman 
Joseph Bejam 
Moses Davis 
Joseph Foster 
Asa Chedle 
Amaziah Richmond 
Ebene. Richmond 
Reuben Bebee 
Thomas Wonnap 



Time of 
service 



Aug. 1 



Days 



1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



Miles 


Per 

day 


13 


0.3.7 


13 


3.7 


13 


1.7 


13 


1.7 


13 


1.4 


13 


1.4 


13 


1.4 


13 


1.4 


13 


J. 4 


13 


1.4 


13 


1.4 


13 


1.4 


13 


1.4 


13 


1.4 


13 


1.4 


13 


1.4 


23 


1.4 


13 


1.4 



Total 

0. 7.11 
7.11 
5.11 
5.11 
5. 8 
5. 8 
5. 8 
5. 8 
5. 8 
5. 8 
5. 8 
5. 8 
5. 8 
5. 8 
5. 8 
5. 8 
5. 8 
5. 8 

^5.10. 



202 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[268] 



\^Capt. Be7ija77iin Cox's Company\ 



Pay Roll of Capt. Benjamin Cox's Company of Militia for 
Scouting done in Barnard the last year, 1780. 



Names 


When 

service 

done 


Days 


Miles 


Per 
day 


Total 


Capt. Benj. Cox 


Aug. 9 


2 


17 


5.4 


0.16. 4 


Sergt. John Newton 




2 


17 


1.7 


0. 8.10 


Corpl. Joseph Foster 




2 


17 


1.5 


0. 8. 6 


Asa Foster 




3 


17 


1.4 


0. 8. 4 


William Chedels 




3 


17 


1.4 


0. 8. 4 


Jabez Wight 




2 • 


17 


1.4 


0. 8. 4 


Silas Howard 




2 


17 


1.4 


0. 8. 4 


Nathan Dameter 




2 


17 


1.4 


0. 8. 4 


Nathaniel Aikins 




2 


17 


1.4 


0. 8. 4 


Solomon Aikins 




2 


17 


1.4 


C. 8. 4 


Thomas Swift 




2 


17 


1.4 


0. 8. 4 


W^hitfield Swift 




2 


17 


1.4 


0. 8. 4 


Thomas Blackmer 




2 


17 


1.4 


0. 8. 4 


George Cox 




2 


17 


1.4 


0. 8. 4 


William Freeman 




2 


17 


1.4 


0. 8. 4 


Joseph Boman 




2 


17 


1.4 


0. 8. 4 


Nathl. Paige 




2 


17 


1.4 


0. 8. 4 


Asa Paige 




2 


17 


1.4 


0. 8. 4 


Jesse Kinney 




2 


17 


1.4 


0. 8. 4 


Robert Whitcombe 




2 


17 


1.4 


0. 8. 4 


W" Chamberland 




2 


17 


1.4 


0. 8. 4 




£ 9. 3. 8. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



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REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 205 

Bennington, Jan. 31, 1781. Then personally appeared Capt. 
Eli Noble and made solemn oath that the above pay roll which he 
has signed is a just and true roll of monies due to himself and 
company for services, without fraud to the State of Vermont or 
any individual, according to his best knowledge. Before me, 

Moses Robinson, Asst. 

No. 45. Pay Table Office The within pay roll being exam- 
ined and approved, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the 
same to Thos. Tolman, (Paymaster to the troops of this State) be- 
ing the sum of three hundred and twenty-two pounds five shillings 
and /4 in hard money, or other current money equivalent, the said 
paymaster to be accountable for the same. 

Given at Arlington this 1^^ day of Febry, 1781. 

£d22.5A . Thos. Chittenden \ Po„„.:ttee 

John Fassett f Committee 

The sum of twenty-three pounds four shillings and /8 (thro' 
mistake was not deducted from this roll) the Treasurer is there- 
fore directed to pay the above warrant less by the said sum of 
;3^23.4.8. ■ By order of the committee. 

Thos. Chittenden ) ., 

T , t:> . , }■ Committee 

John Fassett j 

Feb. 1, 1781. Reed, the above Two Hundred and ninety-nine 
pounds and eight pence in full. 

Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



206 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[309] 



\^Lieut. David Poivers' Company'] 



A Pay Roll of Lt. David Powers' Company of Volunteers, be- 
longing to Maj Eben"" Allen's Detachment, raised by the town of 
Clarendon for the defense of the State of Vermont, commencing 
Aug. 17, 1780, and ending Nov. 8, both days included. 



Names 


Enlis 


ted 


Discharged 


Days 


Per 
month 


Total 


David Powers, Lt. 


Aug. 


17 


Nov. 8 


84 


5.8.0 


17.18.5 


John Smith, Sergt. 




• ' 








84 


2.8.0 


6.14.5 


Noel Potter 




4 t 








84 


2. 


5.12.0 


William Boyd 




( < 








84 


2. 


5.12.0 


Moses Powers 




( 1 








84 


2. 


5.12.0 


John Arnold 




( t 








84 


2. 


5.12.0 


Job Chadsey 




( i 








84 


2. 


5.12.0 


Jona. Edey 




< ( 








84 


2. 


5.12.0 


Curtis Smith 




25 








76 


2. 


5. 1.4 


Amos Ives 




4 i 








76 


2. 


5. 1.4 


Stephen Squier 




( i 








76 


2. 


5. 1.4 


Augustus Spencer 




29 








72 


2. 


4.16.0 


Brittan Simonds 




29 








72 


2. 


4.16.0 










^83.0.10 



Attest, David Powers, Lt. 

Daniel Adams thro' mistake was not made up in this roll, but 
upon Lt. Powers' certificate, I have paid him ^3.5.4 which sum 
must be added to the amount of this roll. ^83.0.10 

Adams added, 3.5. 4 



T. Tolman 



;^86.6. 2 



Pay Table Office. The within Pay Roll being examined and 
approved, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the same to 
Thos. Tolman (Paymaster to the troops of this State) being the 
sum of eighty-three pounds and /lO^ in hard money or other cur- 
rent money equivalent. 

Given at Arlington this 1st. Feb., 1781. 

Thos. Chittenden, 
Timo. Brownson, 



Committee. 



March 20, 1782. 



Reed, the above in full. 

Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



207 



[144] 



l^Scouts from Capt. Joseph Sawyer s Company'\ 



A Pay Roll of the necessary Scouts sent out of my company, 
from Aug 23"^ to Nov. 15, 1780, with their names and number of 
days each man was out annexed thereto. Ordered out by Col. 
Eben^ Woods. 



Names 


Days 


Pay per 
day 


Miles 


?■• (or) 
Per 
mile 


Total 


Joseph Sawyer, Capt. 


8 


5.4 


43 


4d 


2.17.0 


Jedediah Leavens, Lt. 


7 


3.8 


24 


4 


1.13.8 


John Sawyer, Sergt. 


9 


1.8 


43 


4 


1. 9.4 


Benjamin Cady, " 


3 


1.8 


24 


4 


0.13.0 


Andrew Spear 


11 


1.4 


57 


4 


1.13.8 


Asa Phelps 


8 


1.4 


43 


4 


1. 4.4 


Phil'' Chandler 


4 


1.4 


26 


4 


0.14.0 


Hez^ Leavens 


5 


1.4 


16 


4 


0.12.0 


Thos. Hapgood 


3 


1.4 


24 


4 


0.12.0 


Asa Hapgood 


3 


1.4 


24 


4 


0.12.0 


Aaron Kimball 


3 


1.4 


24 


4 


0.12.0 


Moses Chanlin 


3 


1.4 


24 


4 


0.12.0 


W" Howar'd 


3 


1.4 


16 


4 


0. 9.4 


Saml. Grandy 


3 


1.4 


5 


4 


0. 5.8 


Corn^ Sawyer 


3 


1.4 


5 


4 


0. 5.8 




£U- 5.8 



Reading, June 26, 1782, 

Test, Joseph Sawyer, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, July 25,' 1783. The within pay roll exam- 
ined and approved, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the 
same to Capt. Joseph Sawyer or bearer, it being fourteen pound 
five shillings and eight pence. 

John Strong '| ^ 

Timo. Brownson f 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, April 2^ 1784. Reed, of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order in behalf of Capt. Jos- 
eph Sawyer. 

John Fassett. 



208 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[217] 



[ Capt. Abel Merriman' s Coinpany\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Abel Merriman's Company of Militia, Col. 
Ebene. Allen's Regiment, for their tour to Castleton, Oct. 11, 1780. 



\ 


Vhen 


When 




Per 
Day 






Names rr 


arch- 
ed 


dis- 
charged 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


Capt. Abel Meriman 


ct. 11 


Oct. 29 


19 


0.5.4 




5. 6. 


Lt. Alexander Gordon 


' 14 


It ( ( 


16 


3.7 




3. 3. & 


En. Zacheus Mallory ' 


' 26 


It 1 1 


4 


3.7 




18.11 


Sergt. Reuben Searl 


' 14 


1 1 1 1 


16 


1.7 




1.10 


Timo. Mop 


' 11 


tt ^^ 


8 


1.7 




0.17. 4 


'' Shubael Sumner ' 


' 11 


" 29 


19 


1.7 




1.14. 9 


" Saml. Culver 


' 11 


It 1 1 


19 


1.7 




1.14. ,9 


Corpl. Ebene. Wellon ' 


' 11 


1 1 1 1 


19 


1.5 




1.12. 9 


Silas Mallory 


' 20 


1 1 1 1 


10 


1.5 




19. 5 


Drum'' Jona. Webb ' 


' 20 


" 25 


6 


1.5 


• 


13. 4 


Abner Cone 


' 11 


" 16 


6 


1.4 




12. 8 


Joshua Culver 


' 18 


" 29 


12 


1.4 




1. 0. 8 


Selah Hubbard 


' 20 




10 


1.4 




0.18. 


Gideon Searl 


' 11 




19 


1.4 




1.10 


Benj. Gideons ' 


' 17 




13 


1.4 




1. 2 


Caleb Smith 


' 20 




10 


1.4 




0.18 


Gill Mallory 


' 11 


" 22 


]2 


1.4 




1. 0. 8 


David Ward ' 


' 11 




11 


1.4 




19. 4 


Benj. Richardson 


' 14 


" 23 


10 


1.4 




17. 8 


Increase Rudd ' 


' 14 


" 29 


16 


1.4 




1. 6 


Abel Hubbard 


14 




16 


1.4 




1. 6 


Saml. Meriman ' 


11 




19 


1.4 




1. 


David Blossom ' 


' 26 




4 


1.4 




0.10 


Peter Blossom <■ 


' 2G 




4 


14 




0.10 


Ezra Turner 


' 14 




16 


1.4 




1. 6 


John Moss 


' 11 




19 


1.4 




1. 


Joseph Parks 


' 26 




4 


1.4 




0.10 


James Brooks 


' 26 




4 


1.4 




0.10 


John Thompson ' 


' 26 




4 


1.4 




0.10 


Luther Fillmore ' 


' 14 


" 16 


3 


1.4 




0. 8. 8 


Richard Moss ' 


' 14 


" 17 


4 


1.4 




10. • 


Wm. Searl 


' 14 


" 18 


5 


1.4 




11. 4 


Asa Osborn ' 


' 11 


" 17 


7 


1.4 




14. 


Richo. Crouch « ' 


' 20 


" 25 


6 


1.4 




12. 8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



209 



Names 


When 
march- 
ed 


When 
dis- 
charged 


Days 


Per 
Day 


Miles 


Total 


Elnathan Gilbert 
Isaac Hale 
Isaac Harlow 
Simon Francis 
Joseph Spalding 


Oct. 20 
•' 11 
" 11 
" 11 

" 11 


Oct. 25 

" 17 
" 22 
" 13 
" 29 


6 
8 

12 
3 

19 


1.4 
1.4 

1.4 
1.4 
1.4 


£ 
£ 


12. 8 
15. 4 

1. 0. 8 
8. 8 

1.10. 


Officers' rations 


43. 1.11 
1.18. 8 




45. 0. 7 



A true copy. Attest. 



Abel Merriman, Capt. 



Bennington County, Arlington, 30th May, 1781. The within 
pay roll sworn to before 

John Fassett, Asst. 

Pay Table Office, Arlington, 30th May, 1781. The within pay 
roll examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay 
the same to Capt. Abel Merriman or bearer, being the sum of for- 
ty-five pounds and seven pence, lawful money. 

John Fassett 
Timo. Brownson 



Committee 



Date above, received of the Treasurer the above contents. 

May 30, 1781. 

;,^45.0.7. Abel Merriman. 



[14] 



210 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[364] {^Capt. Daniel Smith's Company^ 

A Pay Roll for Capt. Daniel Smith's Company in Col 
len's Regiment of Militia in an alarm to Castleton in the 
October, 1780. State of Vermont. 



. Ira Al- 
month of 













Subsis 




Names 


Days 


Miles 


Per 

mile 


Per 

day 


tence 
per 
day 


Total 


Daniel Smith, Capt. 


19 


81 


4d 


5.4 


1.4 


7.13. 8 


John Cochran, Lt 


7 


27 


4 


3.7 


.8 


1.18. 9 


Timo. Mills [Miller?] En. 


15 


.'54 


4 


3.7 


.8 


4. 1. 9 


Peter Roberts. Clerk 


19 


81 


4 


1.7 




2.16.11 


Joel Sheldon, Sergt. 


19 


81 


4 


1.7 




2.16.11 


Oliver Scott, 


19 


81 


4 


1.7 




2.16.11 


John Holcomb, " 


7 


27 


4 


1.7 




1. 0. 1 


John Logen, Corpl. 


19 


81 


4 


1.4 




2.12. 4 


Elijah Dunning 


19 


81 


4 


1.4 




2.12. 4 


Jona. Armstrong 


19 


81 


4 


1.4 




2.12. 4 


Jubel Coock 


19 


81 


4 


1.4 




2.12. 4 


Eben'' Mose 


19 


81 


4 


1.4 




2.12. 4 


Noah Morse 


19 


81 


4 


1.4 




2.12. 4 


John Woods 


13 


54 


4 


1.4 




1.16. 


Josiah Foster 


19 


81 


4 


1.4 




2.12. 4 


Joseph Celog [Kellogg? Celay?] 


7 


27 


4 


1 4 




0.18. 4 


Elijah Risden 


19 


81 


4 


1.4 




2.12. 4 


Phineas Shelden 


12 


54 


4 


1.4 




1.14. 4 


Eben^ Hulburd 


12 


54 


4 


1.4 




1.14. 4 


Daniel Reed 


7 


27 


4 


1.4 




0.18. 4 


Ephraim Nobles 


7 


27 


4 


1.4 




0.18. 4 


Saml. Perre 


7 


27 


4 


1.4 




0.18. 4 


John Strong 


4 


27 


4 


1.4 




0.14. 4 


Noah Smith 


4 


27 


4 


1.4 




0.14. 4 


David Bradey 


19 


81 


4 


1.4 




2.12. 4 


^ 


;^57. 2.6 



Test, Daniel Smith, Captain. 

Pay Table Ofhce, Arlington, June 6, 1781. The within roll 
examined and approved and the Treasurer is diiected to pay the 
same to Capt. Daniel Smith or bearer, being the sum of fifty- 
seven pounds two shillings and six pence, lawful money. 

Thos. Chittenden, \ ^ 
John Fassett, [ Committee 

Date above, reed, of the Treasurer the above contents. 

Daniel Smith, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



211 



[182] {Capt. John Spafford's Company'] 

Pay Roll of Capt. John Spafford's Company in Col. Eben"" Al- 
len's Regiment of Militia in the service of the State of Vermont in 
the month of October. A. D. 1780, from the 12'^ to the l?*'^, both 
days included, at Castleton. 



Names 


En- 
tered 


Dis- 
charge 


i Days 


Per 

month 


Miles 


Total 




1780 


1780 










Capt. John Spafford 


Oct. IS 


.Oct.l^ 


' 6 


8.0.0 


25 


2. 7. 4 


En. Orange Train 






( i> 


6 


5.8. 


25 


1.13.10 


Serg^ Daniel Adams 






n 


6 


2.8. 


25 


17.10 


" Zephaniah White 








6 


2.8. 


25 


17.10 


" Jared Jones 








6 


2.8. 


25 


17.10 


" Abijah Pratt 








6 


2.8. 


25 


17.10 


Corp^ Benj. Coy 








6 


2.4. 


25 


17.10* 


Stephen Rice 








6 


2. 


25 


17. * 


Thomas Hutchinson 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


David Caswell 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Aaron Mathews 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Joshua Remington 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Cyrus Chipman 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


James Salisbury 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


John Egerton 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Isaac Richmond 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Ozum Brewster 








6 


2. 


25 


16, 4 


Jona Bell 


H (< 






6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Edward Turner 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Charles Brewster 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Job Spafford 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


John Chandler 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Neri Crampton 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Jon* Brewer 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Zachariah Porter 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Derick Karnes 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Jon* Perkins 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Jon^ Mayo 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Levi Rice 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Abel Turner 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Zenas Hill 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Abel White 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Abrah"" White 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 


Elisha Hamilton 








6 


2. 


25 


16. 4 



SIC 



212 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 



Elijah Grandee 
Isaac Barrows 
Affemas Sdntliwofth 
Joel Baldwin 
Samuel Owen 
Eiisha Smith 
John Trass 



En- 
tered 


Dis- 
charg'^ 


Days 


Per 
month 


Miles 


Oct. 12 


Oct.l7 


6 


2. 


25 






6 


2. 


25 






6 


2. 


25 






6 


2. 


25 






6 


2. 


25 






-6- 


2/ 


25 






6 


2. 


25 



Total 



16. 4 



16. 
16. 
16. 
16. 
16. 
16. 



4 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



^36. 5. 1 



I do solemnly swear by the Everlasting God, that the within 
pay roll is truly and justly made, without fraud to the public or 
any individual, according to the best of my knowledge. 

John Spafford, Capt. 

Sworn before me this 6*^ day of June, A. D. 1781. 
;^36.5.1 .' Thomas Chittenden 

Pay Table Office, 6*^ June, 1781. The Treasurer is directed 

to pay to Capt. John Spafford the within roll, which is thirty-six 

pounds five shillings and one penny. 

Tho^ Chittenden ) r.„^rr,;tt«o 
n^- r, -o r Committee. 

Tim° Brownson j 

Date above, received the contents of the within. 

Per me, John Spafford, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



218 



[■208] 



\^Capt. William Hutchins' Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. William Hutchins' Company in Col. Her- 
ricks' Regiment of Militia in the service of the. State of Vermont, 
commencing the 11th of October 1780. 



Names 


Days 


Per 
day 


Amt. 
wages 


Miles 


, Amt. 
' travel 


Total 


Lt. Nathl. Fillmore 


20 


0.4.3 


4. 5.0 


150 


2.10.0 


6.15.0 


" Joseph Rudd 


20 


4.3 


4. 5.0 


120 


2. 0.0 


6. 5.0 


En. Lebbeus Armstrong 


20 


3.0 


3. 0.0 


120 


2. 0.0 


5. 0.0 


Sergt. Daniel Harmon 


8 


1.7 


12.8 


60 


1. 0.0 


1.12.8 


Hezekiah Armstrong 


19 


1.7 


1.10.1 


120 


2. 0.0 


3. 0.1 


John Rudd 


8 


1.7 


12.8 


60 


1. 0.0 


1.12.8 


Elijah Hyde. Corpl 


18 


1.5 


1. 5.6 


120 


2. 0.0 


3. 5.6 


Ezekiel Smith, " 


18 


1.5 


1. 5.6 


120 


2. 0.0 


3. b.% 


John Armstrong 


8 


1.4 


10.8 


60 


1. 0.0 


1.10.8 


John Smith 


17 


1.4 


1. 2.8 


120 


2. 0.0 


3. 2.8 


Ezekiel Harmon 


18 


1.4 


17.4 


60 


1. 0.0 


1.17.4 


Austin Harmon 


8 


1.4 


10.8 


60 


1. 0.0 


1.10.8 


Phineas Scott 


8 


1.4 


10.8 


60 


1. 0.0 


1.10.8 


Eleazer Hawks 


18 


1.4 


1. 4.0 


120 


2. 0.0 


3. 4.0 


David Robinson 


18 


1.4 


1. 4.0 


120 


2. 0.0 


3. 4.0 


Jesse Field 


18 


1.4 


1. 4.0 


120 


2. 0.0 


3. 4.0 


Timothy Follett 


8 


1.4 


10.8 


60 


1. 0.0 


1.10.8 


Epaphras Ripley 


8 


1.4 


10.8 


60 


1. 0.0 


1.10.8 


Reuben Clapp 


8 


1.4 


10.8 


60 


1. 0.0 


1.10.8 


Daniel Herrick • 


20 


1.4 


1. 6.8 


60 


1. 0.0 


2. 6.8 


Benajiah Story 


7 


1.4 


9.4 


60 


1. 0.0 


1. 9.4 


Thomas Story 


8 


1.4 


10.8 


60 


1. 0.0 


1.10.8 


Jacob Story 


10 


1.4 


13.4 


60 


1. 0.0 


1.13.4 


Silas Rice 


8 


1.4 


10.8 


60 


1. 0.0 


1.10.8 


Joseph Roe 


20 


1.4 


1. 6.8 


120 


2. 0.0 


3. 6.8 


Nathan Hazen 


10 


1.4 


13.4 


60 


1. 0.0 


1.13.4 


Ebenr. Griswold 


8 


1.4 


10.8 


60 


1. 0.0 


1.10.8 


Bildad Hubbel, Jr. 


8 


1.4 


10.8 


60 


1. 0.0 


1.10.8 


Elnathan Hubbel, Jr. 


8 


1.4 


10.8 


60 


1. 0.0 


1.10.8 


Nathan Hutchins 


12 


1.4 


16.0 


60 


1. 0.0 


1.16.0 


Eben"" Ayer 


20 


1.4 


1. 6.8 


60 


1. 0.0 


2. 6.8 


Moses Gunn 


8 


1.4 


10.8 


60 


1. 0.0 


1.10.8 


vSaml. Hunt 


6 


1.4 


8.0 


60 


1. 0.0 


1. 8.0 


Benj. Fassett 


8 


1.4 


10.8 


60 


1. 0.0 


1.10.8 


Nathl. Wood 


& 


1.4 


10.8 


60 


1. 0.0 


1.10.8 


Charles Brown 


8 


1.4 10.8 


60 


1. 0.0 


1.10.8 



214 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 



William Hazen 
Elijah Davis 

Doppon [Dopson] Bennet 
Joseph Nelson 
Selden Bennet 
Silas Harmon 
John Cox 
Gains Harmon 
Joshua Harmon 
Jedediah Merrill 
Timothy How- 
Simon George 
Saml. Tubbs 
Daniel Pratt 
Andrew Wood 
Philemon Wood 
Joshua Carpenter 
Jonathan Fisk 
Jonathan Hill 
Andrew Pember 
Roger Kinsley 
Cyprian Herrick 
Joseph Willoughby, Jr. 



Days 


Per 
day 


8 


1.4 


8 


1.4 


8 


1.4 


8 


1.4 


8 


1.4 


6 


1.4 


6 


1.4 


6 


1.4 


6 


1.4 


7 


1.4 


7 


1.4 


14 


1.4 


9 


1.4 


7 


1.4 


7 


1.4 


8 


1.4 


5 


1.4 


7 


1.4 


7 


1.4 


5 


1.4 


4 


1.4 


4 


1.4 


4 


1.4 



Amt. 
wages 



10.8 

10.8 

10.8 

10.8 

10.8 

8.0 

8.0 

8.0 

8.0 

9.4 

9.4 

18.8 

12.0 

9.4 

9.4 

10.8 

6.8 

9.4 

9.4 

6.8 

5.4 

5.4 

5.4 



Miles 


Amt. 
travel 


60 


1.0.0 


60 


1.0.0 


60 


1.0.0 


60 


1.0.0 


60 


1.0.0 


60 


1.0.0 


60 


1.0.0 


60 


1.0.0 


60 


1.0.0 


60 


1.0.0 


60 


1.0.0 


60 


1.0.0 


60 


1.0.0 


60 


1.0.0 


60 


1.0.0 


60 


1.0.0 


60 


1.0.0 


60 


1.0.0 


60 


1.0.0 


60 


1.0 


60 


1.0.0 


60 


1.0.0 


60 


1.0.0 

£ 





Total 



1.10.8 
1.10.8 
1.10.8 
1.10.8 
1.10.8 



1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 



8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
9.4 
9.4 
1.18.8 
1.12.0 
1. 9.4 
1. 9.4 
1.10.8 
1. 6.8 
1. 9.4 
1. 9.4 
1. 6.8 
1. 5.4 
1. 5.4 
1. 5.4 



118. 10. 5 



Moses Gun, who was not entered in the within pay 
roll, served 5 days, 60 miles travel. 



1. 6.8 



;^li9.17.1 

Nathl. Fillmore, Lieut. 
State of Vermont, Bennington, June 19, 1781. Personally ap- 
peared the above named Nathl. Fillmore and made oath that to 
the best of his knowledge the within roll is just and true. 

Before me. John Fassett, Jr., Assistant. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, June 19, 1781. The within roll 

examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 

same to Lieut. Nathl. Fillmore or bearer, being the sum of one 

hundred and nineteen pounds seventeen shillings and one penny, 

lawful money. John Fassett ) ^ ... 

•' ^ ^ Committee. 



Timo. Brownson \ 
June 18, 1781. Reed, of Ira Allen, Treasurer 
nineteen pounds seventeen shillings in full. 

Nathl. Fillmore 



one hundred 



Lt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



215 



[147] [^Capt. Eli Noble s Company\ 

Pay Roll of Capt. Eli Noble's Company in Col. Herrick's 
Regiment of Militia in the service of the State of Vermont, com- 
mencing the 11"' day of Oct. A. D. 1780. 







Wages 


Amt. 


Travel 


Amt 




Names 


Days 


and 
rations 
prday 


wages 

and 

rations 


at4<i 
per 
man 


travel 
each man 


Total 


Capt. Eli Noble 


10 


6.8 


3. 6.8 


70 


1. 3.4 


4.10. 3 


Lt. Josiah Wright 


20 


4.3 


4. 5.0 


70 


1.15.0 


6. 0. 


" David Demick 


20 


4.3 


4. 5.0 


70 


1.15.0 


6. 0. 


P]d. Josiah Dunning 


20 


4.3 


4. 5.0 


70 


1.15.0 


6. 0. 


Sergt. Amasa Hungerford 


12 


1.7 


' 0.19.0 


70 


1. 3.4 


2. 2. 4 


'* W"' Popple 


30 


1.7 


1.11.8 


70 


1.15.0 


3. 6. 8 


" Jona. Reynolds 


12 


1.7 


0.19.0 


70 


1. 3.4 


2. 2. 4 


John Niles 


18 


1.7 


1. 8.6 


70 


1.13.4 


3. 1.10 


Corpl. Christopher Cart- 














wright 


20 


1.5 


1. 8.4 


70 


1.13.0 


3. 3. 4 


Seth Bassett 


20 


1.5 


1. 8.4 


70 


1.15.0 


3. 3. 4 


Nathl. Wallace 


14 


1.4 


0.18.8 


70 


1. 3.4 


2. 2. 


John Hall 


20 


1,4 


1. 6.8 


70 


1.15.0 


3, 1. 8 


Stephen Aylesworth 


12 


1,4 


0.16.0 


70 


1. 3.4 


1.19. 4 


Daniel Brainard 


12 


1.4 


0.16.0 


70 


1. 3.4 


1.19. 4 


Martin Albrouph 


6 


1.4 


0. 8.0 


70 


1. 3.4 


1.11. 4 


Solomon Wright 


20 


1.4 


1. 6.8 


70 


1.15.0 


3. 1. 8 


James Curtice 


12 


1.4 


0.16.0 


70 


1. 3.4 


1.19. 4 


Spencer Niles 


12 


1.4 


0.16.0 


70 


1. 3.4 


1.19. 4 


Esquire Wood 


12 


1.4 


0.10.8 


70 


1. 3.4 


1.11. 4 


John Noble 


8 


1.4 


0.16.8 


70 


1. 3.4 


3. 1. 8 


Caleb Lewis 


12 


1.4 


0.16.8 


70 


1. 3.4 


1.19. 4 


Benj. Thorp 


12 


1.4 


1.16.8 


70 


1. :^.4 


1,19. 4 


Abraham Anderson 


20 


1.4 


1. 6.8 


70 


1.15.0 


1.19. 4 


James Phillips 


12 


1.4 


0.16.0 


70 


I. 3.4 


1.14. 


Benj. Morgan 


20 


1.4 


1. 6.8 


70 


1.15.0 


1.19. 4 


Joseph Morgan 


20 


1.4 


1. 6.8 


70 


1.15.0 


1.19. 4 


John Downer 


2 


1.4 


0. 2.8 


70 


0. 6.8 


3. 1. 


Eleazer Marsh 


8 


1.4 


0.10.8 


70 


1. 3.4 


1.19. 4 


Joseph Condel 


6 


1.4 


0. 8.0 


70 


1. 3.4 


3. 1. 8 


Benj, Eaton 


5 


1.4 


0. 6.8 


70 


1. 3.4 


3. 1. 8 


John Clark 


8 


1.4 


0.10.8 


70 


1. 3.4 


0. 9. 4 


Jacob Zounds 


9 


1.4 


0.12.0 


70 


1. 3.4 


1.14. 


Thaddeus Thorp 


9 


1.4 


0.12.0 


70 


1. 3.4 


1.11. 4 


Gideon Towers 


6 


1.4 


0. 8.0 


70 


1. 3.4 


1.10. 


Wanton Aylesworth 


6 


1.4 


0. 8.0 


70 


1. 3.4 


1.14. 


Lt. David Caswell 


12 


1.4 


0.16.0 


70 


1. 3.4 


1.15. 4 


Lt. Thos. Jewett 


12 


1.4 


0.16.0 


70 


1. 3.4 


1.15. 4 


Sergt. Elijah Wolcott 


20 


1.4 


1. 6.8 


70 


1.15.0 


3. 1. 


" Lydial Myers 


12 


1.4 


0.16.0 


70 


1. 3.4 


1. 9. 4 


Corpl. Eben"^ Popple 


6 


1.4 


0. 8.0 


70 


1. 3.4 


1.11. 4 


Ephraim Luce 


6 


1.4 


8.0 


70 


1. 3.4 


1.11. 4 


Corpl, Beriah Grover 


9 


1.4 


0.12.0 


70 


1. 3.4 


1.15. 4 




;^103. 9.10 



Eli Noble, Capt. 



216 STATE OF VERMONT 

State of Vermont, June 27, 1781. The within roll sworn to 
before me. John Fasset, Asst. 

Pay Table Office, June 27, 1781. The within pay roll examined 
and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 
Capt. Eli Noble, it being one hundred and three pounds nine shil- 
lings and ten pence. 

John Strong ) Committee. 
John Fassett, \ 

July 9, 1781. Reed, of I. Allen, Treasurer, the contents of 
this order. Eli Noble, Capt. 

;^103.9.10 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



217 









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subsis- 
tence 


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do 


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tence 

pr 
month 


oo 
do' 

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wages 


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Wages 

per 
month 


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218 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[121] [CaJ>t. Nathaniel Seelys Company^ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Nathl. Seely's Company of Alarm Men in 
Col. Samuel Herrick's Regiment of Militia in the service of the 
State of Vermont, the 11*^ October. 1780. 













Times 


Amfc. at 




Names 


Days 


Wages 


Amount 


Miles 


trav- 
el'! 

2 


4d 
per mile 


Total 


Capt. Nath' Seely 


21 


6.8 


7. 0.0 


70 


2. 6.8 


9. 6. » 


Lt. Thomas Ransom 


21 


4.3 


4. 9 3 


70 


2 


2. 6.8 


1^.15.11 


Lt. Silas Watson 


6 


4.3 


1. 5.6 


70 




1. 3.4 


2. 8.10 


Joseph Barber, Serg' 


21 


1.7 


1.16.5 


70 




2. 6.8 


4. 3. 1 


Beulah Waldo, " 


15 


1.7 


1. 3.9 


70 




1. 3.4 


2. 7. 1 


Eben' Seely, Corp'. 


23 


1.5 


1.12.7 


70 




2. 6.8 


3.19. 3 


A.biather Angle ' ' 


10 


1.5 


0.14.2 


70 




1. 3.4 


1.17. ft 


John Larabe"e, " 


5 


1.5 


0. 7.1 


70 




1. 3.4 


•1.10. 5 


Josiah Noble, " 


5 


l.u 


0. 7.1 


70 




1. 3.4 


1.10. 5 


Josiah Williams 


14 


1.4 


0.18.8 


70 




1. 3.4 


2. 2. 


John Perrigo 


10 


1.4 


0.13.4 


70 




1. 3.4 


1.16. 8 


Daniel Luce 


10 


1.4 


0.13.4 


70 




1. 3.4 


1.16. S 


Oliver Myers 


23 


1.4 


1.10.8 


70 




2. 6.8 


3.17. 4 


George Parker 


10 


1.4 


0.13.4 


70 




1. 3.4 


1.16. 8 


John Potter 


10 


1.4 


0.13.4 


70 




1. 3.4 


1.16. 8 


Eph'" Potter 


10 


1.4 


0.13.4 


70 




1. 3.4 


1.16. 8 


Abel Parker 


16 


1.4 


1. 1.4 


70 




1. 3.4 


2. 4. & 


Job Phillips 


10 


1.4 


0.13.4 


70 




1. 3.4 


1.16. 8 


Derick Smith 


4 


1.4 


0. 5.4 


70 




1. 3.4 


1. 8. 8 


Abraham Bowdish 


10 


1.4 


0.13.4 


70 




1. 3.4 


1.16. 8 


Nathl. Bowdish 


4 


1.4 


0. 5.4 


70 




1. 3.4 


1. 8. 8 


Michael Jackson 


13 


1.4 


0.17.4 


70 




1. 3.4 


2. 0. 8 


Rufus Weaver . 


8 


1.4 


0.10.8 


70 




1. 3.4 


1.14. a 


W™ Hendricks 


5 


1.4 


0. fi.8 


70 




1. 3.4 


1.10. 


John Singer 


11 


1.4 


0.14.8 


70 




1. 3.4 


1.18. 0' 


John Welch 


11 


1.4 


0.14.8 


70 




1. 3.4 


1.18. 


Elizur Larabee 


11 


1.4 


0.14.8 


70 




1. 3.4 


1.18. 


Phineas Bennett 


4 


1.4 


0. 5.4 


70 




1. 3.4 


1. 8. S 


Jasper Old 


9 


1.4 


0.12.0 


70 




1. 3.4 


1.15. 4 


Samuel Welch 


4 


1.4 


0. 5.4 


70 




1. 8.4 


1. 8. 8 


Benj. Bates 


2 


1.4 


0. 2.8 


35 




0.11.8 


0.14. 4 


Elisha Card 


5 


1.4 


0. 6.8 


70 




1. 3.4 


1.10. 


Elder Gardner 


5 


1.4 


0. 6.8 


70 




1. 3.4 


1.10. 


David Mallery 


5 


1.4 


0. 6.8 


70 




1. 3.4 


1.10. 


Jonathan Hunt 


5 


1.4 


0. 6.8 


70 




1. 3.4 


1.10. 


Isaac Grover 


5 


1.4 


0. 6.8 


70 




1. 3.4 


1.10. 


Peter Payne 


5 


1.4 


0. 6.8 


70 




1. 3.4 


1.10. 


Stephen Cummings 


5 


1.4 


0. 6.8 


70 




1. 3.4 


1.10. 




^84.12.10- 



Nath'. Seeley, Capt. 
State of Vermont. ) Personally appeared the within 

Bennington, June 19, 1781. f Capt. Nath'. Seeley and made oath 
that to the best of his knowledge the within roll is true. 

Before me, John Fassett, Jr. Assis* 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



219 



Pay Table Office, Be-nnington, June 19, 1781. The within roll 
examined and approved, and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same to Capt. Nathaniel Seeley or bearer, being the sum of eighty- 
four pounds twelve shillings and ten pence, lawful money. 

John Fassett, ) Committee. 

Timothy Brownson, \ 

June 18. 1781. Reed, of T. Allen, Treasurer, the contents of 
the above order. Nath'. Seeley, Capt. 

^84.12.10 

[120] [Capt Ebenezer Wood's Cornpany\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Ebenezer Wood's Company in Col. Samuel 
Herrick's Regiment of Militia in the service of the State of Ver- 
mont commencing 11*^ Oct. 1780. 



Names 


Days 


Per 
day 


Amt. 
wages, etc. 


Miles 


Amt. at 

4d 

per m. 


Total 


Eben^ Wood Capt. 


14 


5.4 


3.14. 8 


60 


1.0.0 


4.14. 3 


Simeon Harmon, Lt. 


14 


3.8 


2.11. 4 


60 


1.0.0 


3.11. 4 


Joseph Willoughby, En. 


14 


3.8 


2.11. 4 


60 


1.0.0 


3.11. 4 


Jos. Wickwire, Sergt. 


8 


1.7 


0.12. 8 


60 


1.0.0 


1.12. 8 


Archibald Stone, do. 


13 


1.7 


1. 0. 7 


60 


1.0.0 


2. 0. 7 


Job Wood, Corporal 


8 


1.5 


0.11. 4 


60 


1.0.0 


1.11. 4 


Zephaniah Branch, do 


4 


1.5 


0. 5.10 


60 


1.0.0 


1. 5.10 


Bobert Blair, private 


13 


1.4 


0.17. 4 


60 


1.0 


1.17. 4 


Elias Blanchard 


12 


1.4 


0.16. 


60 


1.0 gr 


1.16. 


Thomas Harris 


12 


1.4 


0.16. 


60 


1.0.9 


1.16. 


Kichard Weaver 


12 


1.4 


0.16. 


60 


1.0.0 


1.16. 


Joseph Kellogg 


10 


1.4 


0.13. 4 


60 


1.0.0 


].13. 4 


Joseph Eudd 


13 


1.4 


0.17. 4 


60 


1.0.0 


1.17. 4 


John Hutchins 


6 


1.4 


0. 8. 


60 


1 0.0 


1. 8. 


Eeuben Sacket 


3 


1.4 


0. 4. 


15 


0.5.0 


0. 9. 


Daniel Kinsley- 


1 


1.4 


0. 1. 7 


15 


0.5.0 


1. 6. 7 




£'i\. 7. 4 



Ebenezer Wood. 
The above pay roll sworn to before me. 

Timo. Brownson, Asst. 

Pay Table Office. The within pay roll examined and ap- 
proved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Capt. 
Eben'' Wood or bearer, being the sum of thirty-one pounds seven 
shillings and four pence lawful money. 
Bennington, 9th June, 1781. 

Thomas Chittenden, ) Committee. 
Timo^ Brownson, \ 
June 19, 1781. Reed, of I. Allen, Treasurer, the contents of 
this order. , Eben"" Wood. 



220 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[328] l^Capf. Samuel Robinson's Company\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Samuel Robinson's Company of Militia in 
Col. Samuel Herrick's Regiment, for service done the State of 
Vermont, on alarm, which commenced the 11th. day of October, 

1780. 



Names 



Samuel Eobinson, Capt. 
William Henry, Lt. 
William Brush, Do 

Rufus Branch, " 

Thomas Abel, 
Nathl. Lawrence, " 
Josiah Brush, Corpl. 
Matthew Scott, Do 
Ezekiel Brewster, ' ' 
Eeuben Colvin, " 
Stephen Fuller, Fifer 
John Warner 
Adonijah Montague 
Benjamin Hurlburt 
David Griswold 
Roswell Moseley 
Azariah Coss 
Elisha Nichols 
Joseph Marks 
Elizur Wright 
Bascour Potter 
Thomas Hall 
Henry Parker 
Jacob Parker 
Calvin Bingham 
Levi Hathaway 
Peter Peron 
Joshua Hathaway 
Samuel Baker 
John Holmes 
Aaron Hubbell 
James Barrett 
Zephaniah Branch, Jr. 
Samuel Smith 
John Lance 
Benjamin Holmes 
Leonard Robinson 
Samuel Holmes 
Amos Kellogg 
Samuel Montague 
Solomon Leonard 
Elijah Wentworth 
David Wentworth 







Amt. 


of 










Days 


Per 
day 


wages 
and 


Miles 

at4<' 


Amt. 
travel 


Total 






rations 










10 


6.8 


3. 6. 


8 


80 


1. 6. 


8 


4.13. 4 


18 


4.3 


3.16. 


6 


120 


2. 0. 





5.16. 6 


7 


4.3 


1. 9. 


9 


60 


1. 0. 





2. 9. y 


18 


1.7 


1. 8. 


6 


60 


1. 0. 





2. 8. 6 


10 





0.15. 





60 


1. 0. 





1.15.10 


17 


1.7 


1. 6. 


11 


100 


1.13. 


4 


3. 0. 3 


15 


1.7 


1. 1. 


3 


120 


2. 0. 





3. 1. 3 


19 


1.5 


1. 6. 


11 


100 


1.13. 


4 


3. 0. 3 


15 


1.5 


1. 1. 


3 


80 


1. 6. 


8 


2. 7.11 


6 


1.5 


0. 8. 


6 


60 


1. 0. 





1. 8. 6 


3 


1.5 


0. 4. 


3 


40 


13. 


4 


17. 7 


18 


1.5 


1. 4. 





100 


1.13. 


4 


2.17. 4 


8 


1.4 


0.10. 


8 


60 


1. 0. 





1.10. 8 


13 


1.4 


0.17. 


4 


60 


1. 0. 





1.17. 4 


18 


1.4 


1. 4 





120 


2. 0. 





3. 4. 


16 


1.4 


1. 1. 


4 


100 


1.13. 


4 


2.14. 8 


15 


1.4 


1. 0. 





80 


1. 6. 


8 


2. 6. 8 


9 


1.4 


0.12. 





80 


1. 6. 


8 


1.18. 8 


11 


1.4 


14. 


8 


80 


1. 6. 


8 


2. 1. 4 


3 


1.4 


4. 





60 


1. 0. 





1. 4. 


12 


1.4 


16. 




80 


1. 6. 


8 


2. 2. 8 


8 


1.4 


10. 


8 


60 


1. 0. 





1.10. 8 


8 


1.4 


10. 


8 


80 


1. 6. 


8 


1.17. 4 


13 


1.4 


17. 


4 


100 


1.13. 


4 


2.10. 8 


14 


1.4 


18. 


8 


100 


1.13. 


4 


2.12. 


5 


1.4 


6. 


8 


60 


1. 0. 





1. 6. 8 


9 


1.4 


0.12. 





60 


1. 0. 





1.12. 


16 


1.4 


1. 1. 


4 


100 


1.13. 


4 


2.14. 8 


8 


1.4 


10. 


8 


60 


1. 0. 


• 


1.10. 8 


4 


1.4 


5. 


4 


60 


1. 0. 





1. 5. 4 


14 


1.4 


18. 


8 


100 


1.13. 


4 


2.12. 


9 


1.4 


12. 




80 


1. 6. 


8 


1.18. 8 


14 


1.4 


18. 


8 


80 


1. 6. 


8 


2. 5. 4 


10 


1.4 


13. 


4 


100 


1.13. 


4 


2. 6. 8 


4 


1.4 


5. 


4 


60 


1. 0. 





1. 5. 4 


13 


1.4 


17. 


4 


80 


1. 6. 


8 


2. 4. 


8 


1.4 


10. 


8 


80 


1. 6. 


8 


1.17. 4 


15 


1.4 


1. 0. 





80 


1. 6. 


8 


2. 6. 8 


10 


1.4 


13. 


4 


80 


1. 6. 


8 


2. 0. 


7 


1.4 


9. 


4 


80 


1. 6. 


8 


1.16. 


7 


1.4 


9. 


4 


80 


1. 6. 


8 


1.16. 


6 


1.4 


8. 





60 


1. 0. 





1. 8. 


11 


1.4 


14. 


8 


80 


1. 6. 


8 


2. 1. 4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



2'21 









Amt. ot 










Names 


Days 


Per 
day 


wages 
and 


Miles 
at4<i 


Amt. 
travel 


Total 






1.4 


rations 
5. 4 










Eliphalet Stickney 


4 


60 


1. 0. 





1. 5. 4 


David Atwood 


5 


1.4 


6. 8 


60 


1. 0. 





1. 6. 8 


John Merrill 


4 


1.4 


5. 4 


60 


1. 0. 





1. 5. 4 


Aaron Denio 


7 


1.4 


9. 4 


80 


1. 6. 


8 


1.16. 


Isaac Rice 


5 


1.4 


6. 8 


80 


1. 6. 


8 


1.13. 4 


Zachariah Herwood 


9 


1.4 


12. 


100 


1.13. 


4 


2. 5. 4 


Andrew Ferrin 


9 


1.4 


12. 


100 


1.13. 


4 


2. 5. 4 


Christopher Brackett 


13 


1.4 




100 


1.13. 


4 


2.10. 8 


Matthew Clark 


8 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1.10. 8 


Jona. Robinson 


11 


1.4 


, 


120 


2. 0. 





2.14. 8 


-Caleb Pratt 


5 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1. 6. 8 


John Tolman 


9 


1.4 




80 


1. 6. 


8 


1.18. 8 


Moses Rice 


6 


1.4 




80 


1. 6. 


8 


1.14. 8 


Charles Cushman ' 


7 


1.4 




80 


1. 6. 


8 


1.16. 


Shadrach Norton 


6 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1. 8. 


Josiah Fuller, Jr. 


5 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1. 6. 8 


Eben' Babcock 


12 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1.16. 


^Isaac Hill 


13 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1.17. 4 


Ephraim Marble 


8 


1.4 




80 


1. 6. 


8 


1.17. 4 


George Dale 


6 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1. 8. 


Lemuel Hubbel 


12 


1.4 




100 


1.13. 


4 


2. 9. 4 


Peletiah Morgan 


4 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1. 5. 4 


Solomon Walbridge 


6 


1.4 




80 


1. 6. 


8 


1.14. 8- 


Josiah Safford 


4 


1.4 




40 


0.13. 


4 


0.18. 8 


Jehiel Smith 


8 


1.4 




80 


1. 6. 


8 


1.17. 4 


Isaiah Hendrick 


6 


1.4 




80 


1. 6. 


8 


1.14. 8 


Henry Walbridge 


3 


1.4 




40 


0.13. 


4 


0.17. 4 


Ephraim Smith 


15 


1.4 




120 


2. 0. 





3. 1. 3 


Jeremiah Bingham 


3 


1.4 




40 


0.13. 


4 


0.17. 4 


David Palmer 


10 


1.4 




80 


1. 6. 


8 


2. 0. 


Daniel Smith 


5 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1. 6. 8 


Absalom Tupper 


4 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1. 5. 4 


Phineas Rip ey 


10 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1.13. 4 


Silas Walbridge 


4 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1. 5. 4 


Jonas Brewster 


6 


1.4 




80 


1. 6. 


8. 


1.14. 8 


Ammi Fuller 


3 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1. 4. 


Samuel Palmer 


11 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1.14. ef 


Simeon Hathaway, Jr. 


6 


1.4 




80 


1. 6. 


8 


1.14. 8- 


Joseph Norton 


4 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1. 5. 4 


John Robens 


6 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1. 8. 


John Lawrence 


4 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1. 5. 4 


Benj. Deming 


10 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1.13. 4 


Elisha Downs 


5 


1.4 




60 


i. 0. 





1 1. 6. 8 


Noah Cross 


10 


1.4 




80 


1. 6. 


8 


2. 0. 


Joseph Hinsdale 


8 


1.4 




80 


1. 6. 


8 


1.17. 4 


Joshua Murdock 


7 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1. 9. 4 


Charles Spurr 


7 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1. 9. 4 


Elijah Branch 


12 


1.4 




80 


1. 6. 


8 


2. 2. 8 


Josiah Lawrence, Jr. 


3 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1. 4. 


Walter Cady 


12 


1.4 




120 


2. 0. 





2.16. 


Robert Cochran 


14 


1.4 




120 


2. 0. 





2.18. 8 



222 



STATE OF VERMONT 









Amt. of 










Names 


Days 


Per 

day 


wages 
and 


Miles 
at 4" 


Amt. 
travel 


Total 








rations 










William Henry, Jr. 


8 


1.4 




80 


1. 6. 


8 


1.17. 4 


Abner Rice 


7 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1. 9. 4 


Joseph Haskell 


12 


1.4 




100 


1.13. 


4 


2. 9. 4 


Jesse Tenney 


4 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1. 5. 4 


Levi Miller ' 


11 


1.4 




80 


1. 6. 


8 


2. 1. 4 


Peletiah Rice 


8 


1.4 




80 


1. 6. 


8 


1.17. 4 


Issacar Norton 


6 


1.4 




80 


1. 6. 


8 


1.14. 8 


Francis Story 


5 


1.4 




60 


1. 0. 





1. 6. 8 


Tilly Ballard 


3 


1.4 




40 


0.13. 


4 


0.17. 4 


Elias Trask 


12 


1.4 


0.16. 


80 


1. 6. 


8 


2. 2. 8 


Isaac Crawford 


4 


1.4 


5. 4 


60 


1. 0. 





1. 5. 4 


John Alexander 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


80 


1. 6. 


8 


2. 5. 4 


John Alexander, Jr. 


10 


1.4 


13. 4 


80 


1. 6. 


8 


2. 0. 


Samuel Griswold 


11 


1.4 


14. 8 


80 


1. 6. 


8 


2. 1. 4 


Samuel Harvey [Herrey?] 


4 


1.4 


5. 4 


60 


1. 0. 





1. 5. 4 


Eben"^ Lyman 


12 


1.4 


16. 


80 


1. 6. 


8 


2. 2. 8 


Ephraim Wood 


4 


1.4 


5. 4 


60 


1. 0. 





1. 0. 4 


Henry Turney 


13 


1.4 


17. 4 


60 


1. 0. 





1.17. 4 


Joseph Williams 


42 


.1.4 


16. 


60 


1. 0. 





1.16. 


Daniel Biddlecome 


5 


1.4 


6. 8 


60 


1. 0. 





1. 6. 8 


Richard Biddlecome 


13 


1.4 


17. 4 


60 


1. 0. 





1.17. 4 


Zephaniah Holmes 


12 


1.4 


16. 


80 


1. 6. 


8 


2. 2. 8 


Rowlandson Wilsey 


4 


1.4 


5. 4 


60 


1. 0. 





1. 5. 4 


Daniel Storey 


5 


1.4 


6. 8 


60 


1. 0. 





1. 6. 8 
;^222.15. 9 



According to the best of ray knowledge and the men. 

Saral. Robinson, Capt. 

June, 11, 1781. Then Capt. Saml. Robinson swore to the 
within roll in form, before me, Thos. Chittenden, Gov'' 

Pay Table Office, ll'^^ June, 1781. The within pay roll being 
examined is approved, and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same, which is two hundred and twenty-two pounds fifteen shil- 
lings and nine pence. 

Thos. Chittenden, ) ^ ... 

rp- T3 ' > Committee, 

fimo. Brownson, j 

Date above received the contents of the above order. 
^232.15.9 Per me, Saml. Robinson, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



223 



[63] 



[^Lieut. Lemuel Hyde's ■Company'] 



A Pay Roll of Lieut. Lemuel Hyde's Company of Militia in 
Col. Webster's Regiment, who were called out in the defence of 
this State by order of Maj. Clark in October, 1780. 

Arlington. 8th January, 1782. 







Pay 


No. 


Fee 




Names 


Days 


per 


of 


per 


Amount 






day 


miles 


mile 




Lt. Lemuel Hyde 


12 


4/3 


35 


A 


3. 2. 8 


Sergt. W"^ Meachara 


12 


1/7 


do 




1.10. 8 


" Peter Fuller 


9 


1/7 






1. 5.11 


John Meacham 


12 


1/4 






1. 7. 8 


Stephen Pitkin 


8 








1. 2. 4 


Amaziah Church 


8 








1. 2. 4 


Edmund Bakon 


8 








1. 2. 4 


Isaac Race 


12 








1. 7. 8 


Lemuel Cleaveland 


12 








1. 7. 8 


Joseph Ballard 


12 








1. 7. 8 


Abram Scharp 


12 








1. 7. 8 


Eli Freeman 


12 








1. 7. 8 


Jedediah Blackman 


12 








1. 7. 8 


Ephraim Blackman 


5 








0. 9. 4 


Benoni Haskins 


8 








0. 9. 4 


Samuel Church 


8 








0. 9. 4 




;^20. 7.11 



Lemuel Hyde, Capt. 

Arlington, Jan. 8, 1782. The above pay roll sworn to before 
me. Isaac Tichenor, Jus. Peace. 

Pay Table Office, Arlington, Jan. 8, 1782. The Treasurer is 
hereby directed to pay the sum of twenty pounds seven shillings 
and eleven pence to Capt. Hyde or order, agreeable to the above 
order. Isaac Tichenor, ) p ^^ 

Timo'' Brownson, f 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, Jan. 9, 1782. 
Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the within order. 

Lemuel Hyde. 



224 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[506] \Company under Lieut. Lemuel Bradle)'\ 

A Pay Roll of a Company of Militia in the sixth Regiment in 
the State of Vermont commanded by Lieut. Lemuel Bradley, for 
their service in alarms in October, 1780. 



Men's Names 



Lemuel Bradley, Lieut. 

John Boardman, Clerk 

Jesse Averill, private 

Lemuel Bishop " 

Isaac Brownson 

Jedediah Bingham 

Evans Chance 

David Hoit 

James Hill 

Elnathan Higley [or Higby] 

Ebenezer Kellogg 

Benjamin Meigs 

Ira Hawley 

Jeremiah Center 

Elijah Stoddard 

Moses Rice 

Eldad Taylor 

Reuben Webb 

John Lee 



No. of 
days in 
service 



20 
23 

5 
12 
27 

5 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
20 

7 

7 
12 
12 
12 
12 

5 



Wages 

& 
rations 



£■ 

4. 
1. 
0. 
0. 
1. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 

1. 

0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 



S. D. 

5. 4 

15. 6 

6. 8 

16. 

17. 8 
6. 8 

16. 

16. 

16. 

16. 

16. 

6. 8 

9. 4 

9. 4 

16. 

16. 

16. 

16. 

6. 8 



Travel 



£ s. 
2. 5. 
0.15. 
0.15. 
1.10. 
0.15. 
0.15. 
1.10. 
1.10. 
1.10. 
1.10. 
1.10. 
2. 5. 
0.15. 
0.15. 
1 10. 
1.10. 
1.10. 
1.10. 
0.15. 



D. 






















Total 



£ 

6, 
2 
1 
2, 
2, 
1, 
2, 
2 
2 
2, 
2 
3 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 



S D. 

10. 4 
18. 6 

1. S 

6. 

12. 8 

1. 8 

6. 

6. a 

6. 

6. 

6. 

11. 8 
4. 4 
4. 4 
6. 
6. 0' 
6. 
6. 
1. 8 



44. 6. 8 



Lemuel Bradley, Lieut. 
The above pay roll sworn to before me. 

Tim°. Brownson, Asst. 

Pay Table Office, 27^'' May, 1781. The Treasurer is directed 

to pay to Capt. Lemuel Bradley the contents of the within Pay 

Roll, which is forty-four pounds six shillings and eight pence. 

Thos. Chittenden ) ^ _-f<.^ 

m- r> r Committee 

Timo. Brownson \ 

Date above received on the within thirty-six pounds L money, 
pr me, Lemuel Bradley Capt. 

6'^ of June 1781, received the remainder of this Roll. 

Lemuel Bradley Lieut. 
Taken out of the above Roll fifteen shillings. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



225 



[343] 



\Capt. Tehan Noble's Company] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Tehan Noble's Company of Militia in Col. 
Ira Allen's Reg^iment for service done in Alarms of October, A. 
D. 1780. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


Capt. Tehan Noble 


13 


50 


4. C. 


Lt. Enoch Eastman 


. 19 


60 


7. 8. 1 


En. Wm. Hopkins 


16 


60 


3.17. 4 


Sergt. Joseph Leavitt 


11 


60 


1.17. 5 


Seth Harmon 


8 


30 


1. 2. 8 


" Wm. Hulbard 


11 


60 


1.17. 5 


" Cyprian Eastman 


13 


60 


2. 0. 7 


Corpl. Alpheus Harmon 


13 


60 


1.18.11 


" Amos Scott 


3 


30 


1.14. 4 


" Cyrenus Dewey 


13 


60 


1.18. 


Luke Noble 


13 


50 


1.14. 


Abraham Rising 


8 


30 


1. 0. 8 


Isaac Gray 


8 


30 


1. 0. 8 


Selah Harmon 


13 


50 


1.14. 


Levi Dones 


7 


30 


0.19. 9 


Ai^ron Rising, Jr. 


13 


50 


1.14. 


John Sheldon 


11 


50 


1.11. 4 


Asaph Leavitt 


7 


30 


1.19. 4 


Daniel Hopkins 


8 


30 


1. 0. 8 


Amos Harmon . 


13 


60 


1.17. 4 


Nathl. Tower 


11 


30 


1. 4. 8 


John Burlinghame 


16 


50 


1.18. 


Jonathan Hays 


13 


60 


1.17. 4 


Eben^ Smith 


7 


30 


0.19. 4 


Reuben Stodder 


11 


50 


1.11. 4 


Finly McKnight 


11 


50 


1.11. 4 


John Stuart 


8 


30 


1. 0. 8 


Stephen Smith 


8 


30 


1. 0. 8 


John Neilson, Jr. 


7 


30 


. 0.19. 4 


Jacob Kinney 


7 


30 


0.19. 4 


Nehemiah Harmon [?] * 


13 


50 


1.14. 


Wm. McClary 


13 


50 


1.14. 


Joseph Tower 


16 


50 


1.18. 


Zadock Norton 


13 


50 


1.14. 



[15] 



226 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


Ozy Norton 


16 


50 


1.18. 


VVni. Googius 


7 


30 


0.19. 4 


Pelatiah Dewey 


13 


50 


1.14. 


Aaron Rising, Sen. 


13 


50 


1.14. 


Reuben Noble 


7 


30 


0.19. 4 


Hezekiah Scoit 


7 


30 


0.19. 4 


Ephraim Noble 


7 


30 


0.19. 4 


Luther Snnith 


13 


30 


1. 6. 


Jonathan Towns 


3 


30 


0.14. 


John Neilson 


8 


30 


1. 0. 8 


Capt. Warum Gibbs 


8 


30 


1. 0. 8 


En. Neh. Harmon 


13 


60 


1.17. 4 




^72.17. 4 



Sworn before me. 



Thos. Chittenden, Gov. 



Pay Table Office, Sunderland, May 1st, 1781. The Treasur- 
er is directed to pay to Tehan Noble the within roll, which is sev- 
enty-two pounds seventeen shillings and four pence. 

Thos. Chittenden, » p 
John Fassett, [ ^^ 



Committee. 



Date above reed, of the Treasurer 
order. 18/8 out for expenses. 

;^72.17.4 



the contents of the above 



Tehan Noble, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



227 



[6] [^Capt. Thomas Bull's Company\ 

Pay Roll of Capt. Thomas Bull's Company in Col. Ira Allen's 
Regiment of Militia for service done the State of Vermont on 
alarm which commenced the 11th day of October, 1780. 







Wages 


Amt. of 


No. 






Names and Rank 


Days 


and 

rations 

per day 


wages 

and 

rations 


miles 

at4<' 

per mile 


Amt. of 
travel 


Total 


Capt. Thomas Bull 


21 


0.6.8 


7. 0.0 


120 


2. 0.0 


9. 0. 


Lt. Jer"" Whelpley 


11 


4.3 


2. 6.9 


80 


1. 6.8 


3.13. 5 


En. Stephen Washburn 


8 


4.3 


1.14.0 


40 


0.13.4 


2. 7. 4 


Sergt John Smith 


13 


1.7 


1. 0.7 


80 


1. 6.8 


2. 7. 3 


" Timo. Pearl 


14 


1.7 


1. 2.2 


80 


1. 6.8 


2. 8.10 


" Seth Pettibone 


15 


1.7 


1. 3.9 


80 


1. 6.8 


2.10. 5 


" Thaddeus Harris 


6 


1.7 


0. 9.6 


40 


0.13.4 


1. 2.10 


Nathan Smith 


17 


1.4 


1. 2.8 


80 


1. 6.8 


2. 9. 4 


Saml. Pettibone 


11 


1.4 


0.14.8 


80 


1. 6.8 


2. 1. 4 


David Lee. Jr. 


6 


1.0 


0. 8.0 


50 


0.16 8 


1. 4. 8 


Silas Goodrich 


21 


1.0 


1. 8.0 


120 


2. 0.0 


3. 8. 


Arthur Bostwick 


9 


■ 1.0 


0.12.0 


40 


0.13.4 


1. 5. 4 


Peleg Sutherland 


25 


1.0 


1.13.4 


50 


0.16.8 


2.10. 


George Smith 


13 


1.0 


0.17.4 


80 


1. 6.8 


2. 4. 


John Page 


8 


1.0 


0.10.8 


80 


1. 6.8 


1.17. 4 


Isaac Whelpley 


21 


1.0 


1. 8.0 


120 


2. 0.0 


3. 8. 


Daniel Shaw 


11 


1.0 


0.14.8 


80 


1. 6.8 


2. 1. 4 


Peter Pixley 


15 


1.0 


1. 0.0 


80 


1. 6.8 


2. 6. 8 


Israel Bostwick 


11 


1.0 


0.14.8 


80 


1. 6.8 


2. 1. 4 


Isaac Barker 


21 


1.0 


1. 8.0 


120 


2. 0.0 


3. 8. 


Richard Hennesy 


6 


1.0 


0. 8.0 


40 


0.13.4 


1. 1. 4 


Solomon Collins 


5 


1.0 


0. 0.8 


40 


0.13.4 


1. 0. 


Nathl. Collins 


5 


1.0 


0. 6.8 


40 


0.13.4 


1. 0. 


George Sexton, Jr. 


9 


1.0 


0.12.0 


40 


0.13.4 


1. 5. 4 


William Drew 


21 


1.0 


1. 8.0 


120 


2. 0.0 


3. 8. 


Daniel Jones 


21 


1 


1. 8.0 


120 


2. 0.0 


3. 8. 


Vassal Dickinson 


6 


1.0 


0. 8.0 


40 


0.13.4 


1. 1. 4 


Cornelius Havens 


6 


1.0 


0. 8.0 


40 


0.13.4 


1. 1. 4 


David Vallance 


11 


1.0 


0.14.8 


80 


1. 6.8 


2. 1. 4 


Amos Richardson 


11 


1.0 


0.14.8 


80 


1. 6.8 


2. 1. 4 


Nathan Richardson 


4 


1.0 


0. 5.4 


40 


0.13.4 


0.18. 8 


Aaron Sexton 


4 


1.0 


0. 5.4 


40 


0.13.4 


0.18. 8 


Benj. Hammond 


4 


1.0 


0. 5.4 


80 


1. 6.8 


1.12. 


Saml. Sutherland 


18 


1.0 


0.17.4 


80 


1. 6.8 


2. 4. 


Timothy Bliss 


15 


1.0 


1. 0.0 


80 


1. 6.8 


2. 6. 8 


Joseph Baker 


7 


1.0 


0. 9.4 


40 


0.13.4 


1. 2. 8 


Jabez Crippen 


6 


1.0 


0. 8.0 


40 


0.13.4 


1. 1. 4 


Timothy Mead 


3 


1.0 


0. 4.0 


40 


0.13.4 


0.17. 4 


Timothy Mead, Jr. 


7 


1.0 


0. 9.4 


40 


0.13.4 


1. 2. 8 


Ashley Goodrich 


15 


1.0 


1. 0.0 


80 


1. '6.8 


2. 6. 8 


Benj. Purdy 


6 


1.0 


0. 8.0 


55 


0.18.4 


1. 6. 4 


Dunkin Dunn 


14 


1.0 


0.18.8 


80 


1. 6.8 


2. 5. 4 


Thaddeus Munson 


8 


1.0 


0.10.8 


80 


1. 6.8 


1.17. 4 
^91. 3. 1 



9th of June, 1781. 



The within roll sworn to before me, 

Thos. Chittenden, Gov. 



228 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Pay Table Office, 9th June, 1781. The within roll examined 
and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same, 
which is ;^91.3.1 per order. 



Thos. Chittenden, ) p ^ 
John Fassett, \ ^°"^ 



Date above, rec^ the contents of the within roll of the 
Treasurer. Thos. Bull, Capt. 

[30] [Copt. Bigelow Lawrence's Company\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Big^elow Lawrence's Company in Col. 
Herrick's Regiment of Militia while in the service in the alarm 
October, 1780 



Names 


Days 

in 

service 


Miles 
travel 


Rations 


Total 


Capt. Big-elow Lawrence 


11 


70 


0.14.8 


4.16. 8- 


Lt. Jacob Farman 


10 


55 


0.8 


3. 0.10' 


Lt. Timo. Barnum 


18 


110 


12.0 


5.18. 2 


En. Jno. Sunderlin 


17 


llu 


11.4 


5. 8.11 


Sergt. Eben'^ Firman 


9 


55 




1.12. 7' 


" Josiah Perry 


17 


110 




3. 3. 7 


" Saral. Sunderlin 


17 


110 




3. 3. 7 


Corp. Jno. Millinton 


16 


110 




3. 0. 


Ichabod Cross 


7 


55 




1. 8. 6 


Jona. Bills 


5 


55 




1. 5. 


Elijah Ames 


12 


55 




1.14. 4 


Christopher Bates 


10 


hb 




1.11. & 


John Blanchard, Jr. 


14 


55 




1.17. 


Reuben Blanchard 


10 


55 




1.11. a 


Joseph Matterson 


7 


55 




1. 7. 8 


Henry Matterson 


5 


55 




1. 5. 


Elisha Field, Jr. 


15 


110 




2.16. 8- 


John Hart 


14 


hh 




1.17. 


Danl. Shaw 


8 


110 




2. 7. 4 


Danl. Ravnald 


10 


70 




1.16. 8 


Caleb Goff 


5 


55 




1. 5. 0' 


David Cutting 


5 


55' 




1. 5. 


Davis Moore 


5 


55 




1. 5. 


Danl. Harris 


13 


55 




1.15. 8 


Benj. Cary, jr. 


6 


55 




1. 6. 4 


"W" Cory 


9 


55 




1.10. 4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



229 



Namk. 


Days 

in 

service 


Miles 
travel 


Rations 


Total 


John Bennet 


13 


55 




1.15. 8 


Joseph Marsh 


5 


55 




1. 5. 


Timo^' Buckley 


5 


55 




1. 5. 


Caleb Blanchard 


10 


55 




1.11. 8 


Eph'" Doolittle 


30 


55 




1.11. 8 


John Wright 


10 


55 


\ 


1.18. 4 


Jona. Bates 


15 


55 




1.18. 4 


Daniel Salsbury 


17 


110 




2.19. 4 


Philip Green 


14 


55 




1.17. 


W™ Sherman 


15 


110 




2.16. 8 


Elisha Starkweather 


15 


110 




2.16. 8 


Asa Starkweather 


16 


110 




2.18. 


Benj. Cole 


5 


55 




1. 5. 


Andrew Clark 


■ 10 


55 




1.11. 8 


Adin Durkee 


10 


55 




1.11. 8 


Moses Durkee 


5- 


55 




1. 5. 


Justin Olin 


5 


55 




1. 5. 


Caleb Howard 


6 


55 




1. 6. 4 


Joshua Munrow 


6 


55 




1. 6. 4 


Abner Rice 


12 


55 




1.14. 4 


W°^ West 


9 


55 




1.10. 4 


Moses Bump 


5 


55 ' 




1. 5. 


Ichabod Bump 


5 


55 




1. 5. 


James Ely 


13 


55 




1.14. 4 


Perley Hewlett 


5 


55 




1. 5. 


Jacob Corey 


5 


55 




1. 5. 


Danl. Goff 


10 


70 




1.16. 8 


Eph" Persons 


5 


55 




1. 5. 


Jos. Matterson 


5 


55 




1. 5. 


Jesse Brunson 


5 


55 




1. 5. 


W" Cobb 


8 


55 




1. 9. 


Asa Hatch 


10 


70 




1.16. 8 


Geo. Niles 


10 


55 




1.11. 8 


Simeon Martin 


4 


55 




1. 3. 8 


Simeon Antizel 


10 


55 




1.11. 8 


Moses Doolittle 


4 


55 




1. 3. 8 


Jos. Barker 


5 


55 




1. 5. 




;^118.14.10 



230 



STATE OF VERMONT 



This pay roll sworn to by Capt. Bigelow Lawrence. Before 
me, Thos. Chittenden, Gov. 

Pay Table Office, I The Treasurer is directed to pay to Capt. 

9th June, 1781 f Bigelow Lawrence the contents of this Roll, 

which is One hundred and eighteen pounds fourteen shillings and 

ten pence, it being examined and approved. 

Thos Chittenden. 

Timo. Brownson, 



MCo 
1, f 



mmittee 



Date above, rec'd. of the Treasurer the contents of the above 
order. By me, 

^118.18.10. Bigelow Lawrence, Capt. . 



[327] 



YCapt. Jacob OdeVs Conipany\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Jacob Odel's Company in Col. Ira Allen's 
Regiment of Militia for service done in the State of Vermont by 
way of Alarms, commencing the 11th of Oct., A. D. 1780. 



Names 



Capt. Jacob Odel 
Lt. Stephen Smith 
Ensign James Vaughn 
Sergt. Robert Logins 

" Eliakim Deming ^ 
Dan Allen 

" Benj. Mclntire 

" Zephaniah Sexton 
Corpl. Jacob Mead 

" Nathan Smith 
Andrew Richardson 
Benjamin Bears [or Beans] 
James Tomeson 
Benj. Vaughn 
Isaac Marks 
Timothy Soper> 
Ephraim Right [Kyb] 
Aaron Beman 
Jonathan Allen 
Reuben French 
John Dagget [Dagat] 
Nathan Richardson 
Peter Ferguson 
Vi^illiam Beedle 
Pelatiah Soper 
Prince Soper 
John Sabins [Sebens] 
Richard Mclntire 
Abel Bristol 



Days 


Per day 


Miles 


25 


6.8 


120 


21 


4.8 


80 


14 


4.8 


80 


21 


1.7 


120 


21 


1.7 


80 


12 


1.7 


80 


10 


1.7 


80 


12 


1.7 


80 


28 


\A\ 


40 


. 25 


1.5^ 


40 


21 


1.4 


120 


7 


1.4 


40 


20 


1.4 


120 


2:^. 


1.4 


40 


25 


1-4 


40 


12 


1 4 


80 


11 


1.4 


40 


28 


1.4 


40 


13 


1.4 


80 


25 


1.4 


40 


22 


1.4 


80 


25 


1.4 


40 


25 


1.4 


40 


13 


1.4 


80 


25 


1.4 


40 


13 


1.4 


80 


7 


1.4 


40 


19 


1.4 


40 


11 


1.4 


80 



Amt. of 
wases 



8 



8. 6. 

5. 4. 

2.19. 

1.12. 

1.12. 

0.12. 

0.18.10 

0.19. 

2.10.10 

1.16. 43- 

1. 8. 

0. 9. 

1. 6. 
1.10. 
1.13. 
0.16. 
0.14. 
1.17. 
1.17. 
1.13. 
0.16. 
1.13. 
1.13. 
0.17. 
1.13. 
0.17. 

0. 9. 

1. 4. 
0.14. 



Total 



10. 6. 8 
5.15.11 
4. 6. 2 
3.12. 3 
2.18.11 

12. 5. 8 
2. 2. 6 
2. 5. 8 
5.15. 2 

2. 9. 9 

3. 8. 
2. 8 



1, 

3. (i 
2. 4 



8 


2. 6. 8 

2. 2. 8 

1. 8. 
2.10. 8 

2. 5. 
2. 6. 8 
2. 2. 8 
2. 6. 8 
2. 6 8 
2. 4. 8 
2. 6. 8 
2. 4. 

1. 2. 8 
1.18. 8 

2. 1. 4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



231 



Names 


Days 


Per day 


Miles 


Amt, of 
wages 


Total 


Simeon Hines 


21 


1.4 


120 


1. 8. 





3. 8. 


Nathl. Newton 


13 


1.4 


80 


0.17. 


4 


2. 4. 


Christopher Collins 


7 


1.4 


40 


0. 9. 


4 


1. 2. 8 


Jonathan Beckwith 


7 


1.4 


40 


0. 9. 


4 


1. 2. 8 


Seth Allen 


7 


1.4 


40 


0. 9. 


4 


1. 2. 8 


Lemuel Sexton 


11 


1.4 


80 


0.14. 


8 


2. 1. 4 


William Wright [Kirb? Kich?] 


3 


1.4 


40 


0. 4. 





0.17. 4 


Elias Curtis 


3 


1.4 


40 


0. 4. 





0.17. 4 


William Dick 


7 


1.4 


40 


0. !). 


4 


1. 2. 8 


Moses Sperry [?] 


7 


1.4 


40 


0. 9. 


4 


1. 2. 8 


Eice Beckwith 


13 


1.4 


80 


0.17. 


4 


2. 4. 


Silas Beckwith 


7 


1.4 


40 


0. 9. 


4 


1. 2. 8 


Philip Reynold 


7 


1.4 


40 


0. 9. 


4 


1. 2. 8 


Charles French 


7 


1.4 


40 


0. 9. 


4 


1. 2. 8 




;{:iOO. 4. 



The above sworn to by Capt. Odel. 

Before me, Thos. Chittenden, Gov'' 

Pay Table office, 7th June, 1781. The foregoing- roll examined 

and approved and the Tieasurer is directed to pay the same, 

which is one hundred pounds eight shillings. 

Thos. Chittenden, ) ^ 

rr -D r Committee. 

Timo. Brownson, ] 

Date above received of the Treasurer the contents of the 
foregoing roll. 
;^100.8.0 Per me, Jacob Odel, Capt. 



232 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[104] 



YLient. Abner Hw'd's Company\ 



A Pay Roll for Lieut. Abner Hurd's Company on an alarm 
from the 12"^ day of October, A. D. 1780. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Per 
Mile 


Subsist. 
per day 


Per mo. 


Total 


Eichard Hurd, En. 


18 


134 


4d 


0.0.8" 


5.8.0 


6. 1.6 


Elijah Warner, Sergt. 


18 


134 


4 


8 


2.8.0 


3.13.2 


Simeon Sanford, " 


23 


52 


4 


8 


2.8.0 


2.12.2 


Jed'' Hurd, 


10 


82 


4 • 


8 


2.8.0 


2. 4.2 


Daniel Hurd, 


22 


52 


4 


8 


2.8.0 


2.12.2 


Eleazer Hurd, Corpl. 


22 


52 


4 


8 


2.4.0 


2. 8.6 


Samuel Bristoll, " 


10 


75 


4 


8 


2.4.0 


1.19.2 


Saml. Penn 


18 


134 


4 


8 


2.0.0 


3. 8.8 


Daniel Hurd, 2'^ 


8 


52 


4 


8 


2.0.0 


1. 8.0 


Abijah Hurd 


10 


82 


4 


8 


2.0.0 


2. 0.8 


David Leavenworth 


12 


134 


4 


8 


2.0.0 


3. 0.8 


Eeuben Thomas 


10 


82 


4 


8 


2.0.0 


2. 0.8 


Matthew Royce 


8 


52 


4 


8 


2.0.0 


1. 8.0 


Job Bristoll 


8 


52 


4 


8 


2.0.0 


1. 8.0 


Adam Hurd 


10 


82 


4 


8 


2.0.0 


2. 0.8 


Jedediah Hard 


10 


82 


4 


8 


2,0.0 


2. 0.8 


Joseph Hadon 


10 


82 


4 


8 


2.0.0 


2. 0.8 


James Bristoll 


3 


20 


4 


8 


2.0.0 


0.10.8 


Jona. Bristol 


10 


82 


4 


8 


2.0.0 


2. 0.8 
44.18.10 



Pay Table Office, Arlington, June 5, 1781. The within Pay 
Roll examined and approved, and the Treasurer is directed to pay 
the same to Ensign Richard Hurd or bearer, being the sum of for- 
ty-four pounds eighteen shillings and ten pence, lawful mon^y. 
^44.18.10 Thos. Chittenden, \ ., 

John Fassett, T ^^^ 

Eleven shillings six pence reducted out of the above order for 
the men's expenses. Date above, reed, of the Treasurer the above 
contents. Richard Hurd. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



233 



■[324] \Capt. Thomas Collins Company\ 

State of Vermont. A Pay Roll of Capt. Thomas Collins' 

■Company in Col. Ebenezer Allen's Regiment of Militia in the 
service of this state, commencing the 14th. day of October and end- 
ing- the 20th. 



Names Ei 


itered 


Left 


Miles 


Total 


Capt. Thomas Collins O 


ct. 14 


27 


12 


3. 4. 


Lt. Solomon Wilder 


' 14 


29 


12 


1.12. 3 


Sergt. Cephas Carpenter 


' 14 


29 


12 


1. 1. 5 


" Asahel Joiner 


' 2G 


29 


12 


0.10. 4 


Corpl. Levi Wood 


' 14 


15 


12 


0. 6.11 


" John Collins 


' 14 


29 


12 


1. 0. 


Nathan Les 


' 14 


29 


12 


0.18. 8 


■George Shearman 


' 14 


29 


12 


0.18. 8 


Benjamin Bailey 


' 14 


29 


12 


0.16. 


Edward Bailey 


' 21 


29 


12 


0.12. 


David Roberts 


' 14 


29 


12 


0.18. 8 


Daniel Adams 


' 14 


29 


12 


0.16. 


Joseph Wood 


' 14 


18 


12 


0.10. 8 


Daniel Haskins 


" 14 


15 


12 


0. 6. 8 


James McClure 


' 26 


29 


12 


0. 9. 4 


Ozias Perry- 


' 26 


29 


12 


0. 9. 4 


Joshua Wood 


' 26 


29 


12 


0. 9. 4 


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29 


12 


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Silas Rudd 


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22 


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Thomas Collins, Capt. 
^State of Vermont, Rutland County, ss. 
Clarendon, June 11, A. D. 1781. 
Personally appeared Capt. Thomas Collins, signer to the fore- 
going roll and made solemn oath that the several articles therein 
mentioned are justly and truly charged and entered, according to 
the best of his knowledge. 

Before me, Increase Moseley, Justice of Peace. 

Pay Table Office, 12th June, 1781. The Treasurer is directed 
to pay to Capt. Thomas Collins or order the within roll which is 
.^^15.15.7. Thos. Chittenden, | ^^^^ee 

John Fassett, f 

Date above reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above 
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[242] 



[Capf. Zebediah Dewey s Cotnpany\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Zebediah Dewey's Company of Militia for 
service dorfe the state in Oct. last, 1780 



Names and Rank 


Pay per 


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Miles 


Amt. 


Amt. of 


Amt. of 


day 
0.6.8 


services 


travel 


travel 


pay 
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Capfc. Zebediah Dewey 


16 


24 


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6.15.8 


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0.18.11 


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24 


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1.13.4 


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1.13.4 


John Grant 


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1.13.4 


Hezekiah Login 


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1.13.4 


Stephen Maranville 


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Eben-^ Canfield 


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16 


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0.17. 4 


1. 5.4 


Josiah Lewis 


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Elisha Gilbord 


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Joel Grannis 


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1. 5.4 


Elijah Owen 


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0.17. 4 


1. 5.4 


Joseph Ran 


0.1.4 








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1. 5.4 


Tites Watson 


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1. 5.4 


Philip Brookins 


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Mordecai Soper 


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0.18.8 


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0.18.8 


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0.18.8 


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0.10. 8 


0.18.8 


Azel Holmes 


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0.5.4 


0.10. 8 


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24 


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Thomas Dewey 


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Zebediah Dewey, Capt. 



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17th May, 1781. The above named Zebediah Dewey swore to 
the above pay roll, before me, Thos. Chittenden, Gov. 

Pay Table Office, V^ June, 1781. The Treasurer is directed 
to pay to Capt. Zebediah Dewey the within roll which is forty- 
eight pounds fifteen shillings and eight pence. 

Thos. Chittenden | p 
Timo. Brownson f ^^™- 

Date above, received the content-s of the within roll of the 
Treasurer. Zebediah Dewey, Capt. 



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240 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[33] 



\_Capf. Cyprian Dorvners Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Cyperan Downer's Alarm Co. in Col. 
Herrick's Reg't. of Militia while in service October, 1780. 



Attest, 



Names 


Days in 


Miles 


Amount 




service 


travel 




Capt. Cyp" Downer 


18 


lie 


7.16. 8 


En. Benj. Corey 


17 


110 


5 8.11 


Sergt. Jas. Charter 


10 


hh 


1.14. 4 


Charles Dyer 


12 


55 


1.15. 8 


" Isaiah Carpenter 


16 


110 


3. 2. 4 


Eph°» Wilmarth 


8 


55 


1. 9. 


Kiah Wright 


8 


55 


1. 9. 


Abner Drinkwater 


11 


55 


1.13. 


W™ Parker 


6 


55 


1. 6. 4 


David Galusha 


5 


55 


1. 4.10 


Luther Tipliff 


11 


55 


1.12.10 


Nathan Leonard 


5 


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1. 4.10 


Nathan Wheeler 


10 


55 


1.11. 6 


Saml. House 


11 


55 


1.12.10 


u^osha Fuller 


11 


55 


1.12.10 


Abiather Waldo 


16 


110 


2.18. 


Cabel Olm 


14 


110 


2.15. 4 


Jonas Galusha 


17 


85 


2.11. 


Winslow Perry 


10 


55 


1.15. 8 


George Parker 


14 


110 


2.15. 


Stephen Dwinell 


17 


85 


2.11. 4 


Daniel Ford 


6 


55 


1. 6. 8 


Ezekiel Perry 


9 


55 


1.10. 4 


Thomas Warren 


5 


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1. 4 10 


Peter Wright 


18 


110 


3. 0. 8 


Thos. King 


11 


110 


2.11. 




^59. 14.. 5 



Cyprian Downer, Capt. 



State of Vermont, Arlington, July 24, 1781. The above pay 
roll sworn to before me. John Fassett, Asst. 

Pay Table Office. July 24, 1781. The within pay roll examined 
and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



241 



Capt. Cyprian Downer, or bearer, being fifty-nine pounds fourteen 
shillings and five pence lawful money. 

^59 14.5 JohnFassett, ) p^^ee 

Timo. Brownson, \^^^ 

Date above, received the contents of the above order of the 
Treasurer. Per me, Cyperan Downer, Capt, 



[287] 



[Ca//. J'oAn Spafford's Co7npany\ 



Pay Roll of Capt. John Spafford's Company in Col. Eben'' Al- 
iens Regiment of Militia in the service of the State of Vermont, 
Oct. A. D. 1780, from the 25th. to the 28th. both days included, at 
Castleton. 



Names 


When 
joined 


When 

dis- 
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Days 


Per 
Mo. 


Miles 


Total 




1780 


1780 








Capt. John Spafford 


Oct. 2^ 


5 Oct. 2J 


\ 4 


8.0.0 


25 


1.15.0 


En. Orange Train 








4 


5.8. 


35 


1. 4.4 


Sergt. Jacob Wood 




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4 


2.8 


35 


14.8 


" Jared Jones 








4 


2.8 


35 


14.8 


Corpl. Silas Gerads 








4 


2.4 


25 


14.2 


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4 


2.4 


25 


14.3 


" Daniel Ray 








4 


2.4 


25 


14.3 


Edward Turner 








4 


3. 


35 


13.8 


Moses Sheldon 








4 


2. 


35 


13.8 


Cyrus Chipman 








4 


2. 


35 


13.8 


Jacob Johnson 








4 


2. 


35 


13.8 


Neri Crampton 








4 


2. 


25 


13.8 


Wm. Fox 








4 


2. 


25 


13 8 


Ozim Brewster 








4 


2. 


25 


13.8 


Robert Hopkins 








4 


2. 


25 


13.8 


Joshua Cambell 








4 


2. 


35 


13.8 


Obadiah Noble 








4 


2. 


35 


13.8 


Elisha Utley 








4 


2. 


35 


13.8 


James Adams 








4 


2. 


25 


13.8 


Charles Brewster, Jr. 








4 


2. 


25 


13.8 


Aaron Adams 








4 


2. 


35 


13.8 


Daniel Fuller 








4 


2. 


25 


13.8 


Phmeas Cluff 








4 


2. 


35 


13.8 


Ira Hill 








4 


2. 


35 


13.8 


Stephen Rice 








4 


2. 


35 


13.8 


Ephraim Coy 








4 


2. 


35 


13.8 


Jonathan Bell 








4 


2. 


35 


13.8 



[16] 



242 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


When 
joined 

1780 
Oct. 25 

( ( t ( 

U 41 


When 
dis- 
charged 

1780 
Oct. 28 

( ( (< 

< 4 4 4 
41 4 4 


Days 

4 

4 

4 

4 

-4 


Per 
Mo. 

2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 


Miles 


Total 


Aaron Mathews 
Stephen Royce 
Samuel Fargo 
Silas Bingham 
Jonathan Brewer 


25 
25 
25 
25 
25 


13.8 
13.8 
13.8 
13.8 
13.8 

23.12.10 



Sworn before me this day of June, A. D. 1781. 

Thos. Chittenden, Gov^ 

I do solemnly swear by the Everliving God, that the within 
pay roll is truly and justly made, without fraud to the public or 
any individual according to the best of my knowledge. 

John Spafford, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, 6th. June, 1781. The Treasurer is directed 
to pay to Capt. John Spafford the within roll, which is twenty- 
three pounds twelve shillings and ten pence. 

Thos. Chittenden ) 



Com' 



Timo Brownson 
Date above reed, the contents, per me, John Spafford, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



243 



[371] 



\Capt. William Gage's Coinpany\ 



Pay Rolls of Capt. Gaige's Company of Militia in Col. Ira 
Allen's Regiment. 



Names 


When 
marched 


When 
returned 


Days 


Per 
month 


Miles 


Amt. 
travel 


Total 




1780. 


1780. 












Lieut. Thomas Rowlee 


Oct. 13 


Oct. 18 


6 


5.8.0 


35 


11.8 


1.13. 6^ 
1.13. 6i 


Ensign John Mott 


it 11 


<i 11 


6 


5.8.0 


35 


11.8 


Isaac Gaige 


U It 


<i i( 


6 


2.0.0 


35 


11.8 


0.19. 8 


Israel Harrington 


<t l> 


11 11 


6 


2.0.0 


35 


11.8 


0.19. 8 


Thomas Tuttle 


( < tl 


<i tl 


6 


2.0.0 


35 


11.8 
Rations 


19. 8 




6. 6. 1 




8. 




^6.14. 1 


Second Alarm. 


1780 














Lt. Thomas Rowlee 


Oct. 20 


Oct. 25 


6 


5.8.0 


25 


8.4 


1.10. 2 


En. John Mott 


(t 11 


<i 11 


6 


5.8.0 


25 


8.4 


1.10. 2 


Sergt. Henry Herrick 


It 11 


<i ii 


6 


2.8.0 


25 


8.4 


18. 4 


'' Eeuben Towers 


1 C 11 


11 11 


6 


2.8.0 


25 


8.4 


18. 4 


" Zerh. Merithew 


(1 11 


It 11 


6 


2.8.0 


25 


8.4 


18. 4 


Daniel Sherman 


<C 11 


It 11 


6 


2.0.0 


25 


8.4 


16. 4 


Thomas Tuttle 


(( 11 


11 It 


6 


2.0.0 


25 


8.4 
Rations 


16. 4 




7. 8. I 




0. 8. 




^7.16. 1 


Third Alarm. 
















Lt. Thomas Eowlee 


Oct. 26 


Oct. 30 


5 


5.8.0 


25 


8.4 


1. 6. 7 


Ensign John Mott 


<1 14 


>i 11 


5 


5.8.0 


25 


15.0 


1.13. 3 


Sergt. Merithew 


11 II 


tl 11 


5 


2.8.0 


25 


8.4 


16. 4 


" Herrick 


(( 1 ( 


It It 


5 


2.8.0 


25 


8.4 


16. 4 


Corpl. Nathl. Shelden 


<l <l 


(1 11 


5 


2.4.0 


25 


8.4 


15. 6 


Caleb Howlen 


It (( 


11 It 


5 


2.0.0 


25 


8.4 


15. 


Isaac Gaige 


(1 <( 


tl 11 


5 


2.0.0 


25 


8.4 


15. 




6.18. 
















0. 6. 8 
















^7. 4. 8 




;^21.14.10 



Danby, May 29, 1781. Each of the within Pay Rolls are 
justly and truly made. 



Test. 



Thomas Rowlee, Jr., Lt. of said Company. 



244 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Sworn to before me the day and date above. 

Thos. Rowlee, Justice ofTeace. 

Pay Table Office, May 30, 1781. The within pay rolls are 

examined and approved and the Treasurer is hereby directed to 

pay the same, being twenty-one pounds fourteen shillings ten pence. 

Thomas Chittenden, ) ^ ■ . 

rr>- TD i- Commirtee. 

Timo. Brownson, ) 

Date above reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the within 
pay roll, in behalf of Capt. W™ Gage. 

^21.14.10 Stephen Calkins. 



[157] 



[Capf. Daniel Comstock's Company] 



A Pay Roll of the First Company in the Sixth Regiment in 
the State of Vermont for service in Alarms in the month of Oct.^ 
1780. 



Names 


Days 


Per 
Day 


Amount 


Milage 


Total 


Capt. Dan Comstock 


20 


6.8 


6.13. 


4 


2. 5.0 


8.18. 4 


Lt. Eli. Brownson 


21 


4.3 


4. 9. 


3 


1. 2.0 


5.11. 9 


En. Saml. Hoit 


12 


4.3 


2.11. 





1.10.0 


4. 1. 


Serg*. Saml. Bradley 


20 


1.7. 


1.11. 


8 


2. 5. 


3.16. 8 


Robert Averill 


5 


1.7 


7.11 


15. 


1. 2.11 


Clk Jona. Hoit 


7 


1.7 


11. 


1 


1.10. 


1. 6. 1 


Corp. Judah Everts 


12 


1.5>^ 


17. 


6 


15. 


2. 7. 6 


" Benj. Scranton 


23 


1.5>^ 


1.13. 


6 


15. 


2. 8. 6 


" Joel Brownson 


23 


1.53^ 


1.13. 


6 


1.10.0 


2. 8. 6 


" Elisha Bartlett 


12 


l.bYz 


17. 


6 


15. 


2. 7. 6 


Fifer Eber Bradley 


23 


1.5^4 


1.13. 


6 


15. 


2. 8. 6 


Drm"" Elon Lee 


23 


1.5}^ 


1.13. 


6 


2. 5. 


2. 8. 6 


Jos. Averill 


■ 20 


1.4 


1. 6. 


8 


2. 5. 


3.11. 8 


Wyman Averill 


20 


1.4 


1. 6. 


8 


1.10. 


3.11. 8 


Daniel Barber 


12 


1.4 


16. 




15. 


2. 6 


Zenas Bradley 


27 


1.4 


1.16. 




2. 5. 


2.11. 


Benj. Bradley 


20 


1.4 


1. 6. 


8 


15. 


3.11. 8 


Saml. Barrett 


9 


1.4 


0.12. 




15. 


1. 7. 


Seymour Bradley 


27 


1.4 


1.16. 




15. 


2.11. 


Fisk Bartlett 


5 


1.4 


6. 


8 


15. 


1. 1. 8 


Ichabod Bartlett 


5 


1.4 


6. 


8 


2. 5. 


1. 1. 8 


Amos Chipman 


20 


1.4 


1. 6. 


8 


15. 


3.11. 8 


Barnabas Chipman 


27 


1.4 


1. 


16 


1.10. 


2.11. 


James Everts 


14 


1.4 


18. 


8 


15. 


2. 8. 8- 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



245 



Names 


Days 

27 


Per 
Day 


Amount 


Milage 


Total 


Charles Everts 


1.4 


1.16. 




15. 


2.11. 


Edward Everts 





1.4 


6. 


8 


1.10. 


1. 1. 8 


Matthew Lewis 


12 


1.4 


16. 




15. 


2. 6. 


Reuben Lee 


27 


1.4 


1.16. 




15. 


2.11. 


Benj. Lewis 


12 


1.4 


16. 




1.10. 


2. 6. 


Robert Lazell 


27 


1.4 


1.16. 




15. 


2.11. 


Benj. GriflSs 


12 


1.4 


16. 




1.10. 


2. 6. 


Danl. Meigs 


7 


1.4 


9. 


4 


15. 


1. 4. 4 


John Taylor 


23 


1.4 


1.10. 


8 


15. 


2. 5. 8 


Jesse Welden 


7 


1.4 


9. 


4 


15. 


1. 4. 4 


Joseph Whitford 


50 


1.4 


6. 


8 


15. 


1. 1. 8 


John Wellman 


20 


1.4 


1. 6. 


8 


2.15. 


3.11. 8 


Reuben Parks 


4 


1.4 


5. 


4 


15. 


1. 0. 4 




;^95.11. 1 



May 30, 1781. Eli Brownson, Lt. 

This Pay Roll sworn to before me. Timo. Brownson, Asst. 



Pay Table Office, May 30, 1781. The within pay roll is exam- 
ined and accepted and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same, 
being ninety-five pounds eleven shillings and one penny. 

Thos. Chittenden, ) Committee. 
Timo. Brownson, 



Reed. May 30, 1781, ninety-five pounds eleven shillings and 
one penny, being the contents of the above order. 



^95.11.1 



Eli Brownson. Lt. 



246 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[239] [Capt Jonas Galusha's Conipany\ 

A Pay Roll in Capt. Jonas Galusha's Company in Col, Herrick's 
Regt. for service done in the alarm in Oct., 1780. 



Names 



Capt. Jonas Galusha 

Lt. Gideon Segers 
" Nathan Stone 

En. Joseph Andrus 

Sergt. Isaac Spencer 
" David Matteson 
" Judah Worden 
" Peleg Matteson 

Corpl. Ebene. West 

Ezra Sweet [Swet] 

John Kingsley 

Richard Colvin 

Abiather Buck 

John Buck 

Ebene. Harris 

Benj. Oatman 

Danl. Smith 

Peter Matteson 

Saml. Matteson, Jr. 

Giles Olin 

Amos Galusha 

Benejah Matteson 

W" Sweet 

David Done 

John Neeholds 

Squire Herriiigton 

John Olin 

Parker Cole 

Eben^ Wright 

Edw"^ F' Simmons 

Benj. Morgan [Mongan?] 

Amos Waters 

Josias Briggs 

W™ Spencer 

Leml. Bottum 

Joshua Reynolds 

Rufus Spencer 



Days 

in 
service 



No. of 

miles 

travel 



18 


110 


14 


55 


14 


55 


18 


110 


14 


110 


14 


110 


14 


110 


14 


110 


12 


55 


8 


55 


10 


55 


14 


56 


10 


55 


12 


110 


14 


110 


8 


55 


8 


56 


14 


110 


10 


55 


10 


66 


14 


110 


14 


110 


10 


55 


14 


110 


14 


110 


10 


55 


12 


110 


10 


55 


10 


55 


10 


55 


12 


110 


10 


55 


8 


55 


10 


55 


14 


110 


8 


55 


10 


55 



Officers' 
Rations 



1. 4. 

0. 9. 4 

0. 9. 4 

1. 2. 



Total 



7.16. 8 
3.18.10 
3.18.10 
5.14. 2 
2.18.10 
2.18.10 
2.18.10 
2.18.10 
1. 5.10 

,10. 

,11. 

,17. 

,11. 

12. 
2.15. 
1. 9. 
1. 9. 
2.15. 
1.11. 
1.11. 
2.15. 
2.15. 
1.11. 
2.15. 
2.15. 
1.11. 
2.12. 



1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 

2. 



1. 
1. 
1. 
2. 
1. 
1. 



11. 
11. 
11. 
12. 
11. 
9. 



1.11. 
2.15. 
1. 9. 
1.11. 



8 



8 

8 

4 





4 

8 

8 

4 

4 

8 

4 

4 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 



8 

4 



8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



247 



Names 


Days 

in 

service 


No. of 

miles 

travel 


Officers' 
Rations 


Total 


David Daily 


10 


55 




1.11. 8 


Isaac Andrus, Jr. 


14 


110 




2.14. 4 


Ebene. Dvvinal 


10 


55 




1.11. 8 


Theoph. Herring-ton 


10 


55 




1.11. 8 


John Hammon 


10 


55 




1.11. 8 


John Rapnor (?) 


10 


55 




1.11. 8 


Henry Matteson 


8 


55 




1. 9. 


Jones [Janes] Nichols 


8 


55 




1. 9. 


Abel Johnson 


8 


55 




1. 9. 


Clerk Burlingame 


8 


55 




1. 9. 


John Soencer 


8 


55 




1. 9. 


Benj. Wells 


8 


55 




1. 9. 


Hezekiah Carpenter 


8 


55 




1. 9. 


Aaron Martin 


8 


55 




1. 9. 


Asa Baker 


10 


55 




1.11. 8 


Wm. Havens 


10 


55 




1.11. 8 


Caleb Kehenn 


16 


110 




2.17. 


Jas. Herrington 


2 


110 




2.12. 8 




^121. 6.18 



I do certify the within roll to be a true roll, to the best of my 
knowledge. Jonas Galusha, Capt. 



Sworn before me. 



Thos. Chittenden. 



Pay Table Office, 8th June, 1781. The within roll examined 
and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 
Capt. Jonas G'alusha, which is one hundred and twenty-one pounds 
six shillings and eight pence. 

Thos. Chittenden ) ^^^,, 
Timo. Brownson f 



Date above, 

^121.6.8 



received of the Treasurer the full of the above. 
Per me Jonas Galusha, Capt. 



248 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[367] 



[Capt. Jonas Gahishd's Company {part)'] 



This may certify that the following: persons were in actual 
service as follows, in the Alarm in Oct. 1780, for which they have 
received no pay. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


Alexander Huling 
Barnet West 
John Snow 
Reuben Ellis, Jr. 


9 
10 
10 
10 


110 
55 
55 
55 


2. 8.8 
1.11.8 
1.11.8 
1.11.8 

£7. 3.8 



Jonas Galusha, Capt. 



Arlington, June 8, 1778. The above account examined and 
approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same, it being- 
seven pounds three shillings and eight pence. 
^7.3.3. Isaac Tichenor, 

Timo. Brownson, 



J 



Committee. 



Bennington, Feb. 1, 1782. 
contents of the within order. 



Reed, of the Treasurer the 
Jonas Galusha. 



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251 



[374] [^Capt. Isaac Clark's Company\ 

A Pay Roll for Capt. Isaac Clark's Company of Volunteers that 
turned out for a month in October, 1780. 



Names 


Pay and 
rations 
per day 


Days 

in 
service 


Miles 


Amt. 
travel 


Total 


Capt. Isaac Clark 


0. 4. 


3 


34 








Lt. Nathl. Smith 


4. 


3 


26 


8 


2.8 


5. 4. 8 


Lt. Israel Hurlburt 




7 


26 


15 


5.0 


5.15. 6 


Ser^t. Elkanah Ashley 
"' Alpheus Hall 




7 
7 


26 
26 


18 
14 


6.0 
4.8 


2. 7. 
2. 5. 8 


" Timothy Moss 




7 


24 


12 


4.0 


2. 5. 


" Reuben Pitcher 




5 


26 


12 


4.0 


2. 1.10 


Corpl. Salmon Cogsell 
" Silas Brookings 




5 
5 


26 
26 


13 
19 


4.4 
6.4 


2. 3. 9 
2. 0. 


" John Mosely 
" Daniel Gray 




5 

4 


26 
26 


19 
14 


6.4 
4.8 


2. 0. 
2. 0. 


Perist [?] Sturdevant 




4 


26 


13 


4.4 


1.17. 4 


Ephraim Buel 




4 


26 


14 


4.8 


1.17. 8 


Amasiah Church 




4 


26 


9 


3.0 


1.16. 


Hicok 




4 


26 


1 


0.4 


1.13 4 


« How 




4 


26 


18 


6.0 


1.19. 


rt-Zlr-, How 




4 


26 


8 


2.8 


1.15. 8 


.5 ^ oj R Moss 




4 


26 


12 


4.0 


1.17. 


.^"^ cS Hooker 




4 


26 


19 


6.4 


1.19. 4 


O "^ '^ sa Lake 




4 


26 


2 


0.8 


1.13. 8 


' ' seph Lee 




4 


26 


14 


4.8 


1.17. 8 


Joseph Hawkins 




4 


26 


14 


4.8 


1.17. 8 


Silas Churchill 




4 


26 


12 


4.0 


1.17. 


Gershom Molton 




4 


26 


15 


5.0 


1.18. 


Azarial Blanchard 




4 


26 


15 


5.0 


1.18. 


Benjamin Hecok 




4 


26 


14 


4.8 


1.17. 8 


Gershom Lake 




4 


26 


14 


4.8 


1.17. 8 


John Boge 
David Gilmore 




4 
4 


24 
26 


3 
3 


1.0 
1.0 


1.14. 
1.14. 


John Churchill 




4 


26 


8 


2.8 


1.15. 8 


Barnard Ward 




4 


26 


18 


6.0 


1.19. 


Elijah Goodwin 




4 


26 


• 16 


5.4 


1.18. 4 


Elisha Owen 




4 


26 


8 


2.8 


1.15. 8 


James Guthrie 




4 


26 


18 


6.0 


1.19. 


Abiather Esquires 




4 


24 


12 


4.0 


1.17. 


Gideon Searles 




4 


24 


12 


4.0 


1.17. 


Gilbord Soper 




4 


26 


18 


6.0 


1.19. 




;^78.18. 4 



Attest, 



Isaac Clark, Capt. 



252 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Pay Table Office. Sunderland, Aug' 18, 1783. The within roll 
being approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay the contents of the 
same to Thomas Tolman, Esq., Paymaster, being the sum of 
seventy-eight pounds eighteen shillings, and 4:'^, lawful money, tak- 
ing his receipt. Timo. Brownson, 

Saml. Bartlet, 



iCo 



mmittee. 



Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of tHe above order. 
Aug. 18, 1784. Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



[118] 



l^Capt Daniel Sniitli s Company (?) i^partW 



At Castleton 

Names 


Days 


Miles 


Wages 
per day 


Sum of 
wages 


Sum of 
milage 


Total 


Andrew Barton 


19 


81 


1.4 


1.5.4 


1.3.0 


2.12.4 


Elisha Risdon 


. 2 


18 


1.4 


2.8 


6.0 


8.4 


Saml. Piney 


2 


18 


1.4 


2.8 


6.0 


8.4 


Daniel Eeed 


2 


18 


1.4 


2.8 


6.0 


8.4 


Elisha Risdon 


6 


60 


1.4 


8.0 


1.0.0 


1. 8.0 


Ebenezer Mobs 


6 


60 


1.4 


8.0 


1.0.0 


1. 8.0 

;^6.14.4 



I do certify upon honor that the above named persons were 
in service in the alarm in 1780, as above specified, for which they 
have never been made up in any roll or received any pay. 

Danl. Smith, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Aug. 2^, 1781. The within account examined 
and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 
Capt. Daniel Smith or bearer, being six pounds fourteen shillings 
and four pence, lawful money. John Fassett, j p 

Timothy Brownson, ( ^°™- 

Date above received of the Treasurer the contents of the above 
order. 
^6.14.4 Danl. Smith, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



253 



[319] 



\Capt. William Dyres Company] 



Pay Roll of Capt. William Dyre's Company in the service of 
the State of Vermont, from Oct. 13th. to the 6th. day of Nov. 1780, 
both days included. 



Names 



Com- 
mence- 
ment 
of pay 



Oct. 12 



William Dyre, Capt. 

Gideon Spencer, Lt. 

Solomon Saflford, En. 

Moses Hurd, Sergt. 

Simeon Prentice, do. 

Jedediah Durfee, do. 

Moses Ellis, Corpl. 

Stephen Holmes, do. 

James Bates, do, 

Daniel Hawlet 

Stephen Fuller, Fifer 

Saml. Matteson 

Levi Buck 

Solomon Fuller 

Walter Bates 

Nathan Sherman 

John Weeks 

Silas Walbridge 

Joseph Norton 

Erastus Hatheway 

Thos. Buck 

Joab Lawrence 

Phineas Meiggs 

Daniel Smith 

James Burnit 

John Bradford 

Thos. Starkweather 

Saml. Harvey 

Gale Ferman 

Saml. Chapins 

John Holmes 

Francis Storey 

Benja. Lamb 

Jonas Safford 

Chester Derby 

Francis Matteson 

George Brighs 

Phineas Ward 0.16.8 allowed 

Nathan Ford 

Job Spink 

Isaac Mathews 











Milage 


Expira- 


Days 


Pay 
per day 




allowed by 


tion 


m 


Amount 


Act of 


of pay 


service 




Assembly 






• 




60 m each 


Nov. 6 


25 


5/4 


6.13.4 


0.20.0 






3/7 


4. 9.7 


20. 






3/7 


4. 9.7 


20. 






1/7 


1.19.7 
1.19.7 
1.19.7 


20. 
20. 

20. 






, 1/5 


1.15.5 
1.15.5 
1.15.5 
1.15.5 
1.15.5 


20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 






1/4 


1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 


20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 




19 




1.13.4 


20. 




25 




1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 


20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 


by His 


Exy for 


milage 


1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 


20. 
20. 
20. 




' 




1.13.4 


20. 



254 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 



John Huling 
Stephen Tracy 
Jesse Parsons 
David Fay 
John Davis 



Capt. Dyre's subsistence 
Lt. Spencer's D° ( 

En. Saffords D" ( 



Com- 
mence- 
ment 
of pay 



Expira- 
tion 
of pay 



Days 

in 
service 



1/4 per day 

/8 •« «' 
/8 " " 



Pay 

per day 



Amount 



1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 



Total amt. pay & subsistence 

Milage included, 
Attest, 



;^88 


7.0 


1 


13.4 




16.8 




16.8 


£9[A3.8 


46 


0.0 



Milage 
allowed by 

Act of 
Assembly 
60 m each 



20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 



^137.13.8 
Wm. Dyre, Capt. 



Amount pay and subsistence 

Milage for 46 men at 14/ each the whole 20/ ) 
being not allowed by reason of their being >■ 
partly subsisted on the State's cost, ) 



Total amt. right 



^91.13.8 
32. 4.0 

;^^123.17.8 

Pay Table Office. The within roll being examined and ap- 
proved, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the same to Thos. 
Tolman Esq. Paymaster, being the sum of one hundred and twen- 
ty-three pounds, seventeen shillings and eight pence, or other cur- 
rent money equivalent — he the said paymaster to be accountable. 
Given at Arlington, June 7, 1781. 

Thos. Chittenden, ) 
Timo. Brownson, j 



Com^ 



March 20, 1782. 



Reed, the above in full. 

Thos. Tolman, Paym"" 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 255 

[230] [Major Gideon Ormsby's Service] 

Manchester, 20th March, 1781. 
State of Vermont Dr. to rae for service done in the 

alarms of October last. £^ 7. 0.0 

Entered service the 11th of October and continued in 

service 21 days. 
Travel 80 miles at /4 per mile 1. 7.4 

Sixty-three Extra Rations at /8 per ration 2. 2.0 



Gideon Ormsby, Major. ^ 10.9.4 

Pay Table Office. 2 June, 1781. The Treasurer is directed to 

pay to Maj. Gideon Ormsby the above account, which is ten 

pounds nine shillings and four pence lawful money. 

Thos. Chittenden, | ^ ... 

T 1 T:r ,^ ' h Committee. 
John Fassett, ) 

Date above, reed, the contents of the above order. 
^10.9.4 Gideon Ormsby, Major. 



256 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[354] \_Capt. Joseph Parkhursfs Company\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Joseph Parkhurst's Company of Militia 
for service in the alarm in Royalton, Oct. 16, 1780. 



Names 


Days 


Pr. day 


Total 


Capt. Jos. Parkhurst 


3 


6.8 


1. 0.0 


Lt. Elis Stevens 


3 


4.3 


12.9 


Sergt. Jo' Edson 


3 


1.7 


4.9 


" John Billins 


3 


1.7 


4.9 


" Isaac Pinney 


3 


1.7 


4.9 


Corp. Heman Durkee 


3 


1.6 


4.6 


" Phineas Parkhurst 


3 


1.4 


4.0 


Joseph Green 


3 


1.4 


•4.0 


Oliver Pinney 


3 


1.4 


4.0 


Timothy Hibbard 


3 


1.4 


4.0 


Ralph Day 


3 


1.4 


4.0- 


Robert Handy [Hand?] 


3 


1.4 


4.0 


Elisha Hart 


3 


1.4 


4.0 


Daniel Haven 


3 


1.4 


4.0 


John Evans 


3 


1.4 


4.0 


Medad Benton 


3 


1.4 


4.0 


Joseph Wallon 


3 


1.4 


4.0 


Rufus Rude 


3 


1.4 


4.0 


Nathl. Moss 


3 


1.4 


4. a 


Nathan Morgan 


3 


1.4 


4.0 


Stephen Burrus 


3 


1.4 


4.0 


Zebulon Burrus 


3 


1.4 


4.0 


Samuel Joslin 


3 


1.4 


4.0 


Jer^ Triscut 


3 


1.4 


4.0' 


Comfort Sever 


3 


1.4 


2.8 
;^6. 6.2 



Jos. Parkhurst, Captain. 
Attest, Comfort Sever. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, 20*^^ Feb. 1782. The within 
Pay Roll being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to 
pay unto Capt. Joseph Parkhurst, or order, the sum of six pounds 
six shillings and two pence, for services done by the militia, 1780. 

Nathl. Brush. ) ^^^,, 
Isaac lichenor, \ 

Bennington, Feb. 21, 1782. Reed, of the Treasurer the con- 
tents of the above order, being six pounds six shillings and two 
pence, lawful money, in behalf of Capt Joseph Parkhurst. 
^6.6.2 Comfort Sever. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



257 



[220] 



[^Capt. Timothy Bush's Company'] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Timothy Bush's Company under the di- 
rection of Col. Peter Olcott at the time the enemy came to Royal- 
ton, Oct. 16, 1780. 



Names 



Corpl. 



Capt. Timothy Bush 
Lt.- James Smalley 
Lt. John Hopson 
En, Elisha Partridge 

" John Eogers 
The Rev. Mr. Lyman 

Potter 
Adjt. Cushman 
Sergt. Seavei 
Hatch 

' ' Boardman 

" Hovey 

Hutchinson 

Burton 

Burnap 

" Waterman 

" Brownson 

" Hait 
Drum'Baldwin 
Joseph Smalley 
John Hibard 
William Blake 
Asahel Murdock 
Constant Miirdock 
Nathl. Hovey 
Becket Chapman 
John Richard 
Amos Starkweather 
Joel Benton 
Philip Smith 
Isaac Partridge 
Israel Newton 
Nathl. Boardman 
Gershom Bartlet 
Elliot Bartlet 
Jona. Bartlet 
Francis Smalley 
Elijah Yeomans 
Joel Jones 
Ichabod Carly 
Abel Curtis 
Joseph Loveland 
John Sargeant 
Simeon Carpenter 
Saml. Curtis 



Com- 
menced 



Oct. 16 



Days 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

O 
tj 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



Wages 
due 



0.16.0 
10.9 
10.9 
10.9 
10.9 

16.9 
10.9 
4.9 
4.9 
4.9 
4.9 
4.9 
4.5 
4.5 
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. 



Miles 



40 
40 
40 
40 
40 

40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 



Per 

mile 



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 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



Amt. 
travel 



13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4. 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 



Total 



9.4 
4.1 
4.1 
4.1 
4.1 



1. 9.4 
1. 9.1 
18.1 
17.1 
18.1 
18.1 
18.1 
17.9 
17.9 
17.9 
17.9 
17.9 
17.9 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17. 
17. 
17. 
17. 



.4 
.4 
.4 
.4 



17.4 

17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 



[17] 



258 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names ^^ 


om- 
mced 


Days 


Wages 
due 


Miles 


Per 

mile 


Amt. 
travel 

13.4 


Total 


Solomon Curtis 0( 


3t.l6 


3 


0. 4.0 


40 


4 


0.17.4 


John Wris:ht ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Jonas Richards ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Joel Stimson ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Saml. Partridge ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Hez. Goodrich ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Nathl. Mease ngrer ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Josiah Goodrich, Jr. ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Elisha Waterman ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Daniel Waterman, Jr, ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Levi Waterman ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Dole Johnson ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


James Waterman ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Samuel Waterman ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Elisha Freeman ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


John Bush ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Elijah Burnap 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Jeremiah Percivel ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Job Morse ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Seth Morse ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Judah Swift ' 




8 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Joseph Swift ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Daniel Baldwin 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Ebene. Brown ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Amos Ames ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Elihu Baxter 




ii 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


William Burnham ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Jonathan Lord ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


David Lord ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Israel Brown ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Elias Partridge 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Abel Buel 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Philip Delano ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Abial Abbott 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Daniel Waterman ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Simon Stimson ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Abel Stimson * 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Moses Belknap ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Joseph Lewis ^ ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Nathl. Brown ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Daniel Brown ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Asa Huntington ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Samuel Plumley ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Asa Story ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Ben]. Lewis ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Asahel Lewis ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Cornelius Gilbert ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Henry Burton ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


John Burton ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Stephen Percivel ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Roswell Morgan ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 


Nathl. Boardman, Jr. ' 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 


17.4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



259 



Names 



Josiah Goodrich 
Exper" Freeman 
John Hatch 
Ebene. Percivel 
William Bolles [Bowls?] 
Bos-well Olcott 
Saml. Bartlet 
Joseph Hatch 
Solomon White 
Ashbel Tucker 
Saml. Brown 
John Brown 
Joseph Ball 
Gersham Bartlet Jr. 
Josiah Hobard 
David Belknap 
Sylvanus Owen 
John Shafter [Slafter] 



Com- 
menced 


Days 


Wages 
due 


Miles 
40 


Per 

mile 


Amt. 
travel 

13.4 


Oct. 16 


3 


0. 4.0 


4 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13 4 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 




3 


4. 


40 


4 


13.4 



Total 



0.17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 



17. 

17. 

17. 

17. 

17. 

17. 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 



.4 
.4 

,4 
.4 
.4 
.4 



27 Kations ;^0.18.0 



Total ;^101. 3.4 



A true roll. 



Attest, 



Timo. Bush, Capt. 



Windsor County, Windsor, April 13, 1781. 

Sworn before John Fassett, Asst. 



) The within Pay Roll examined and 

) approved and the Treasurer is directed to 



State of Vermont. 
Pay Table Office, 
pay the same to Capt. Timothy Bush or bearer, being the sum of 
one hundred and one pounds three shillings and four pence, law- 
ful money. 

Given at Windsor, April 13, 1781. 

Thos. Chittenden, ) r^^^^:^.^^ 
John Fassett, \ Committee. 

June 14, 1781. Reed, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, one hundred 
and one pounds three shillings and four pence for Capt. T. Bush. 
_^101.3.4: Elisha Burton 



260 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[218] 



SjOapt. John Marcfs Compan)'\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. John Marcy's Company in Maj. Benj. 
Wait's Detachment that marched in the alarm when the Indians 
came to Rovalton. 

Windsor, Oct. 16, 1780. 



Names 



Capt. John Marcy 
Lt. Elnathan Strong 
" Eben'' Hoisington 
Sergt. John Mercy 

" Samuel Patrick 
Drum'' Samuel Mercy 
Joel Butler 
Joseph Thompson 
Hezekiah Thompson 
John Kingsley 
Matthew Hammont 
Jona. Hammont 
Solomon Burke 
Moses Morse 
Elisha Halley 
John Benjamin 
Watts [Wales?] Hubbard, Jr. 
Josiah Hawley 
John Curtis 
Williard Dean 
Thomas Wilson 
Saml. Mefiser 
Zebina Curtis 
Jona. Hodgeman 
Orange Hoisington 
Caleb Stone 
Eoswell Smith 
Peter Currier 
Eldad Hubbard 
Joseph Patterson 



Com- 




Per 

day 


When 


menc- 
eing 

Oct, 16 


Days 


dis- 
charged 


8 


5.4 


Oct. 24 


c« e c 


8 


3.7 




(( It 


8 


3.7 




k ( 1 ( 


8 


1.7 




(( (( 


8 


1.7 




" 21 


3 


1.6 . 




ti (t 


8 


1.4 




(( <1 


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1.4 




1 ( !• 


3 


1.4 


" 19 


i ( • ( 


8 


1.4 


" 24 


i( " 


6 


1.4 


" 22 


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8 


1.4 


" 24 


(< (1 


3 


1.4 


" 21 


1 ( (( 


8 


1.4 


" 24 


<t It 


8 


1.4 


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" 21 


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" 18 


(< (1 


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1.4 


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4 


1.4 


" 20 


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1.4 


( < * ( 


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8 


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" 24 


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11 <i 


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6 


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3 


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2 


1.4 


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2 


1.4 


" 18 


(( 11 


8 


1.4 


" 24 



Miles 



Total 



114 
114 
114 
114 
114 

30 
114 
114 

30 
114 

36 
114 

30 
114 
114 
114 I 

35 I 

30 
114 

60 

4 

114 

114 

•J6 

30 

20 

96 

30 

20 
114 



4. 0. & 
3. 6. 8 
3. 6. 8 
2. 0. 8 
2. 0. 8 
0.14. 6 
2. 8. 8 
2. 8. 8 
2.14. 
2. 8. 8 

1. 0.,8 

2. 8. 8 
0.14. 
2. 8. 8 
2. 8. 8 
2. 8. 8 
0.15. 8 
0.12. 8 
2. 8. 8 

1. 5. 4 
0.19. 8 

2. 8. 8 
2. 8. 8 
2. 0. 

15. 8 

7. 8 

2. 0. 

12. 8 

7. 8 

2. 8. 8 



£m. 8.10 



Test, John Mercey, Capt. 

Pay Table Office. The within pay roll examined and approved, 
and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Capt. John Mercey 
or bearer, being the sum of fifty-four pounds eight shillings and 
ten pence, lawful money. 

Given at Windsor, April 13, 1781. 

Thos. Chittenden, ) ^ _^:4.4.^^ 
, , „ . . 'V Committee 
John Fassett, [ 

Bennington, 22<^ June, 1781. Received the contents of the 
within pay roll. Per me John Mercey, Capt. 

p^55.8.10. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



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262 



STATE OF VERMONT 



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REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



263 



[353, see next roil] , \Capt. Joshua Hazen's Company\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Joshua Hazen's Company that turned out 

by the order of Col. Joseph Safford to the intent to head that party 

.... the enemy that was supposed was going- to Coos on their 

return in October last, A. D. 1780. Our march was as far as 

Bethel. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


Capt. Joshua Hazen 


3 


30 


1. 6. 


Lt. William Bramble 


3 


30 


1. 2. 


Sergt. David Wright 


3 


30 


0.14.10 


Corpl. John Gillet 


3 


30 


0.14. 5 


" Hezekiah Hazen 


3 


30 


0.14. .5 


Solomon Hazen 


3 


30 


14. 


Erastus Chapman 


3 


30 


14. 


Joseph Chapman 


3 


30 


14. 


Jona. Wright 


3 


30 


14. 


Barnabas Tisdale 


3 


30 


14. 


Josiah Tilden 


3 


30 


14. 


James Tracy 


3 


30 


14. 


Seth Savage 


3 


30 


14. 


John Cheny 


3 


30 


14. 


Enoch Emerson 


3 


30 


14. 




;^12.11. S 



The within pay roll examined and approved and the Treasurer 
is hereby directed to pay the same, which is twelve pounds eleven 
shillings and eight pence. 

Timo. Brownson, ) ^^^ee 
John Fassett, f 

June 23, 1781. Reed, of I. Allen, Treasurer, the contents of 
this order. 

;^12.11.8. Elkanah Sprague. 



264 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[105, see, last roll] [^Capt. Jos/ma Hazens Company {part)'\ 

A Pay Roll of the Men that was out in the Royalton Alarm 
last October, who throug^h mistake, were left out of the Roll that 
I sent in at the session of June last. Hartford, Oct. 9, 1781. 



Names 


Days 


P-- day 


Wages 
due 


Miles 


Total 


Samuel Webster 


3 


1.4 


4 


3t 


15.4 


W™ Powers 


3 


1.4 


4 


34 


15.4 


Christopher Pease 


3 


1.4 


4 


34 


15.4 


EiJsha Marsh 


3 


1.4 


4 


34 


15.4 


Benj. Stetson 


3 


1.4 


4 • 


34 


15.4 


W™ Porter 


3 


1.4 


4 


34 


15.4 


Benj. Burch 


3 


1.4 


4 


34 


15.4 


W™ Curtis 


3 


1.4 


4 


34 


15.4 


Benj. Kingsbury 


3 


1.4 


4 


34 


15.4 
^6.18.0 



Joshua Hazen, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Oct. 34, 1781. The within Pay Roll exam- 
ined and approved and the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay to 
Joshua Hazen or bearer the within sum. being six pounds eighteen 
shillings, lawful money. 

Timo. Brownson, ) 

Thos. Chandler, V Comm«^ 

John Strong, ) 

Date above, received the contents of the above order of the 
Treasurer. 

^6.18.0 Elk"" Sprague. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



265 



[170] \Capt. Daniel Gilbert's Company\ 

A Pay Roll for a company under the command of Daniel 
Gilbert, Capt. 



Names 


Days 


Mi 


les 




Shillings 
per day 

20. 


Total 
due 


Grand 
Total 


Daniel Gilbert, Capt. 


4 


3 


4. 0.0. 


1.16. 8 


Abel Fairbanks, Lt. 


4 






15. 


3. 0.0. 


1. 7. 


John Walbridge, Serg' 


4 






6. 


1. 4. 


0.16. 4 


Jacob Foster, Do. 


4 


/ 
* 




6. 


1. 4. 


0.16. 4 


Zacheus Downer, Clk. 


4 






6. 


1. 4. 


0.16. 4 


Simeon How, Corpl. 


4 






5.G 


1. 2. 


0.15.10 


Jonathan How 


4 






5. 


20. 


0.15. 4 


Samuel Ladd 


4 






5. 


20. 


0.15. 4 


Larkin Hunter 


4 






5. 


20. 


0.15. 4 


Jason Downer 


4 






5. 


20. 


0.15. 4 


Wright Spalding 


4 






5. 


20. 


0.15. 4 


John Crery 


4 






5. 


20. 


0.15. 4 


Stephen March 


4 






5. 


20. 


0.15. 4 


Elisha Kent 


4 






5. 


20. 


0.15. 4 


Daniel Lovejoy 


4 






5. 


20. 


0.15. 4 


Ashbel Ladd 


4 






5. 


20. 


0.15. 4 


Peirce Parkhurst 


4 






5. 


20. 


0.15. 4 


Azel Spalding 


4 






5. 


20. 


0.15. 4 


Joel Marsh 


4 






5. 

1 


20. 


0.15. 4 








;^16. 2.10 



The within pay roll is for service done in Royalton Alarm 
the le*'^ Oct. 1780. Daniel Gilbert, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Oct. 24, 1781. The within Pay Roll exam- 
ined and approved and the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay to 
Daniel Gilbert or order the within sum, being sixteen pounds two 
shillings and ten pence, lawful money 

Tim° Brownson, ^ 

Tho^ Chandler, [^Com^^ 

John Strong, J 

Date above rec'd of the Treasurer the contents of the above 
■order in behalf of Dan' Gilbert. Joel Marsh. 



266 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[322] 



\^MaJor. Elkanah Days Battalion'] 



Muster Roll of the two Companies of Militia in Westminster, 
Officers and Soldiers who marched in the Alarm, Oct. 17, 1780, by 
and with me the subscriber, Elkanah Day of said Westminster. 



Names 



« ( 






Elkanah Day, Major 
Michael Gillson, Capt. 
William Crook, Lt. 
Ephraim Ranney, Lt. 
Asa Averill, En. 
Bildad Easton, Sergt. 
Robt. Crook, 
Abra™ Shipman, 
David Heaton, 
John Abbe, 
Abiel Goodell, 
John Wells, Corpl. 
Expe: Fish. 
John Morse, *' 
Benj. Burt 
Amos Carpenter 
Ephraim Willcox 
John Holt 
Oliver Wells 
Joshua Stoddard 
Joseph Kern [Pierse ?] 
Joseph Arven 
Eben' Holton 
Job Dickerson 
Wait^i Ranney 
Lemuel Cone 
Azel Goodell 
Asaph Wright 
Edward Garey 
John McNeil 
Elijah Ranney 
Ichabod Ide 
Azariah Wright 
Sylvanus Fisk 
John Averill 



Days 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
8 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
8 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
8 
8 
8 



Miles 



30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
100 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
110 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
110 
110 
110 



Per 

mile 



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 



Per day 



0.6.8 
5.4 
3.8 
3.8 
3.8 
7.1 
7.1 
7. 
7. 



1.7 



5.8 
5.2 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 



Total 



1. 3. 

1. 0. 

0.17. 
0.17. 
0.17. 

2. 6. 
0.13. 
0.13. 
0.13. 
0.13. 
0.13. 
0.12. 
2. 8. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
C.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
2. 7. 
2. 7. 
2. 7. 



4 

8 

4 

4 

4 

2 

2>4 

2^ 

2>4 

2>^ 

23^ 
11 

4 
11 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8- 

8 

8 

8 

4 

4 

4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



267 



Names 



Const* Chaffee 
Lynd Willard 
Charles Rice 
Abel Willard 
Jona. Buck 
Nathl. Kittredge 
Otis Chaffee 
Benj. Lovejoy 
John Petty- 
Silas Burk 
Thos. Averill 
Jas. Phippan 
David Daly 
Azariah Wright, Jr. 
Amos Robinson 
Levi Peck 
James Crafford 
Daniel Badger 
Elijah Daly 
Abraham Hawkins 
Uriah Carpenter 
Saml. Burk 
Eph™ Griggs 



Days 


Miles 


Per 

mile 


Per day 


Total 


8 


110 


4d 


1.4 


2. 7. 4 


6 


90 


4 


1.4 


1.18. 


6 


90 


4 


1.4 


1.18. 


6 


90 


4 


1.4 


1.18- 


6 


90 


4 


1.4 


1.18. 


3 


44 


4 


1.4 


0.18. 8 


3 


44 


4 


1.4 


0.18. 8 


2 


30 


4 


1.4 


0.12. 8 


2 


30 


4 


1.4 


0.12. 8 


2 


30 


4 


1.4 


0.12. 8 


2 


30 


4 


1.4 


0.12. 8 


2 


30 


4 


1.4 


0.12. 8 


2 


30 


4 


1.4 


12. 8 


2 


30 


4 


1.4 


0.12. 8 


2 


25 


4 


1.4 


0.11. 


2 


25 


4 


1.4 


0.11. 


2 


30 


4 


1.4 


0.12. 8 


2 


30 


4 


1.4 


0.12. 8 


2 


30 


4 


1.4 


0.12. 8 


2 


30 


4 


1.4 


0.12. 8 


2 


30 


4 


1.4 


0.12. 8 


3 


40 


4 


1.4 


0.17. 4 


3 


40 


4 


1.4 

£ 


0.17. 4 




54.11. 2 



A true return of officers and men who marched in the alarm as 
above mentioned. Elkanah Day, Maj"" 

Westminster, 3rd Sept., 1781. 

Westminster, Sept. 3^, 1781. Then Maj. Elkanah Day person- 
ally appeared and made oath to this pay roll. 

Coram Nathan Fisk, Justice of Peace. 

Pay Table Office, 6th. of Sept., 1781. The within pay roll ex- 
amined and approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 
Major Elkanah Day or bearer, it being fifty-four pounds eleven 
shillings and two pence. John Strong. ) Committee. 

Timo. Brownson, \ 

Reed. Arlington, Sept. 15, 1781, of the Treasurer, the contents 
of the within order. Elkanah Day, Major. 

^54.11.2 



268 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[350] [CapL Comfort Starr s Compan}-] 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Comfort Starr's Company of Militia of the 
Town of Guilford, who went out into the service of the State of 
Vermont, in the alarm in the month of Oct.. 1780. 



Names 



Comfort Starr, Capt. 
Ezra Pratt, Ensig-n 
Joseph Sarter [?], Clerk 
Caleb Carpenter, Sergt. 
Nich' Pullen, 
John Burroughs, Corpl. 
William Yaw 
Timo. Fisher 
Pearly Starr 
Asarel Carpenter 
Ezra Shepardson 
Hez'' Horton, Jr 
Nathan Horton 
(Jabez Franklin 
a.aron Franklin, Jr. 
Joshua Culver 
Saml. Stafford 
Jared Shepherdson 
Jona. Kinsley 
Philip Franklin, Jr. 
W"' Morris 
Jef. Barney 
Eseck Thayer 
Seth Shepherdson 
Ab'" Jonas 
John Shepherdson 
John Barney 
Stephen Shepherdson 
Edward Barney 
Jas. Burroughs 
Peleg Hicks 



Days 


Per 
day 


2 


0.6.8 


2 


4.3 


2 


1.7 


2 


1.7 


2 


1.5 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 



Pay and 

sub- 
sistence 



13. 8 

8. 6 

3. 2 

3. 2 
2.10 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 3 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 



2. 


8 


2. 


8 


2. 


8 ■ 


2. 


8 


2. 


8 


2. 


8 


2. 


8 


2. 


8 


2. 


8 



Miles 


Per 

mile 


Amt. 
travel 


28 


4d 


0.9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 


28 


4 


9.4 



Total 



1. 2. 8 
0.17.1U 

12. 6 

12. 6 

12. 2 

12. 

12. 

12, 

12. 

12. 

12. 

12. 

12. 

12. 

12. 

12. 

12. 

12. 

12. 

12. 

12. 

12. 

12. 

. 12. 

12, 

12. 

12. 

12. 

12. 

12. 

12. 



^19.10. 2 



The within is a true roll of the services done by my company. 

Comfort Starr, Capt. 

State of Vermont. Sept. 26, 1781. Then the within pay roll 
sworn to Before me, Timothy Brownson, Asst. 

Pay Table Office, 26*\ 1781. The within Pay Roll examined 

and approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Comf6rt 

Starr, or bearer, it being nineteen pounds ten shillings and two 

pence. Timo. Brownson, \ ^ 

T , o.. r Committee. 

John Strong, \ 

Treasurer's Office, Sept. 26, 1781. Reed, of Ira Allen' Esq. 
Treasurer, the contents of this order. 

^19.10.2. Comfort Starr. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



269 



[351] 



\Capt. Comfort Starr s Company {part)J 



Pay Roll of a part of Capt. Comfort Starr's Corapanj' of the 
town of Guilford, who marched in an Alarm about the last of 
October, 1780, in the service of the State of Vermont. 



Names 


Days 


Per 
day 


Pay and 

sub- 
sistence 

6.8 


Miles 


Per 

mile 


Amt. 
travel 


Total 


Comfort Starr, Capt. 




6.8 


8 


4" 


2.H 


9. 4 


Ezra Pratt, Ensign 




4.8 


4.3 


8 


4 


2.8 


6.11 


Pearly Starr, Qotpl. 




1.5 


1.5 


8 


4 


2.8 


4. 1 


Jabez Franklin, do.^ 




L5 


1.0 


8 


4 


2.8 


4. 1 


"Timo. Fisher 




L4 


1.4 


8 


4 


2.8 


4. 


Aaron Franklin, Jr. 




L4 


1.4 


8 


4 


2.8 


4. 


John Barns, Jr. 




L4 


1.4 


8 


4 


2.8 


4. 


Darius Bullock 




L4 


1.4 


8 


4 


2.8 


4. 


Peleg Hicks 




1.4 


1.4 


8 


4 


2.8 


4. 


Stephen Chase 




1.4 


1.4 


8 


4 


2.8 


4. 


Asarel Carpenter 




1.4 


1.4 


8 


4 


2.8 


4. 


Abner Starter 




1.4 


1.4 


8 


4 


2.8 


4. 


Philip Franklin, Jr. 




1.4 


1.4 


8 


4 


2.8 


4. 


Jona. Culver 




1.4 


1.4 


8 


4 


2.8 


4. 


David Culver 




1:4 


1.4 


8 


4 


2.8 


4. 




^3. 8. 5 



The above is a just and true roll. 
Attest. 



Comfort Starr, Capt. 



Sept. 26, 1781. 



The within Pay Roll sworn to before me. 
Timo. Brownson, Assistant. 



Pay Table Office, Sunderland, Sept. 26, 1781. The within Pay 

Roll examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay 

the same to Capt. Comfort Starr or bearer, it being three pounds 

eight shillings and five pence. 

Timo. Brownson, ) ^ 

T , 0^ r Committee. 

John Strong ) 



Treasurer's Office, Sept. 26, 1781. 
urer, the contents of this order. 



Reed, of I. Allen, Treas- 
Comfort Starr. 



270 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[36] 



[^Capt. Comfort Starr's Company {party\ 



Roll of a party of men detached from Capt. Comfort Starr's 
Company of Militia in the town of Guilford, in the alarm in the 
month of Oct. 1780. 



Names Rank 


Days 


Pay per 
day 


Amt. 


Miles 
travel 


Per 
Mile 


Amt. of 
travel 


Total 
amt. 


John Slater, Sergt. 
Wm. Marsh 
Jno. Shepardson 


6 
6 
6 


0.1.7 
0.1.4 
0.1.4 


0.9.6 
0.8.0 
0.8.0 


47 
47 
47 


4d 

4 

4 


0.15.8 
0.15.8 
0.15.8 


1. 5.2 
1. 3.8 
1. 3.8 




;^3.12.6 



The above is a just and true roll. 

Attest, Comfort Starr, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Sunderland, Sept. 26, 1781. The within 
pay roll examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to 
pay the same to Comfort Starr or bearer it being ;^3.12.6. 

Timo Brownson, ) ^ „. 



Jno, Strong, 



Treasurer's Office, Sept 26, 1781. 
urer, the contents of order. 



Rec'd of I. Allen, Treas- 
Comfort Starr. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



271 



[510] 



\_Capt. Comfort Starr's Company (part)'] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Comfort Starr's Company who went in 
the service of the State of Vermont in the Month of October, 1780. 



Names 


( 

No. of 
Days 


Wages, 
&c 


No. of 

miles 

travel 


Four pence 
per mile 


Whole 


Stephen Chase 
Ezra Shepardson 
Nathan Horton 


2 
1 

1 


1/4 
1/4 
1/4 


28 
8 
8 


9/4 
2/8 
2/8 


£ S. D. 

0.12.0 
4.0 
0. 4.0 




1. 0.0 



To the Gentlemen Committee of the Pay Table: 

These men were not made up in the Pay Rolls that I brought 
in to the Pay Table in September the 26*^ day 1781— the first 
named Stephen Chase not in the biggest, the other two left out of 
the next biggest — these men I entirely forgot and I must pay 
the men and lose the money, unless the gentlemen Committee will 
consider my case and send me the money by the bearer hereof or 
by some other man: — this from your humble servant, 
Guilford, October y« 9'*^ day, 1781. Comfort Starr. 

Pay Table Office, Charlestown, Octo. 25, 1781. 

The within Pay Roll examined and approved, and the 
Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Comfort Starr or bearer, 
being one pound. 

^1.0.0 Timo. Brownson ) ^ .^, 

John Strong [ Committee 

Treasurers Office, Charlestown, Octo. 27, 1781. 

Received of the Treasurer the contents of this order — reed in 
behalf of Comfort Starr. Pr John Shepardson. 



272 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[110] [Capf. Abner Bisbees Detachment] 

A Pay Roll of the Men that went on the alarm from Spring- 
field in Oct. 1780. belonging to Col. Wood's Regiment. 







Wages 


Amt. 








Names 


Days 


per 
mo. 


of 
wages 


Miles 


Travel 


Total 


Abner Bisbee 


5 


40s. 


0.6.8 


50 


0.16.8 


1. 3. 4 


Jacob Sartwell 


5 




Q.S 


50 


16.8 


1. 3. 4 


Elisha Brov^n 


5 




6.8 


50 


16.8 


1. 3. 4 


Orsamus Holmes 


5 




6.8 


50 


16 8 


1. 3. 4 


Em® Case 







6.8 


50 


16.8 


1. 3. 4 


Oliver Sartwell 


5 




6.8 


50 


16.8 


1. 3. 4 


John Bisbee 







6.8 


50 


16.8 


1. 3. 4 


Simeon Spencer 







6.8 


50 


16.8 


1. 3. 4 


Thos. Dumphee 


5 




6.8 


50 


16.8 


1. 3. 4 


1ohn Hannam 


5 




68 


50 


16.8 


1. 3. 4 


Joseph Hannock 


5 




6.S 


50 


16.8. 


1. 3. 4 


John Griswold 


2 




2.8 


20 


6.8 


0. 9. 4 


Thos. Curlew 


% 




2.8 


20 


6.8 
£ 


0. 9. 4 




13 15. 4 



Charlestown, Oct. 18. 



me, 



Abner Bisbe, Captain. 

Then the above pay roll sworn to before 
Timo^' Brownson, Asst. 



Pay Table Office, Charlestown. Oct. 18, 1781. The above pay 

roll is examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay 

the same, being thirteen pounds fifteen shillings and four pence. 

Timothy Brownson, | ^ 
T rn- u r Com. 

Isaac Tichenor, ) 

Treasurer's Office, Oct. 24, 1781. Reed, of the Treasurer the 
contents of the within order, being thirteen pounds fifteen shil- 
lings and four pence. Reed, in behalf of Capt. Abner Bisbee. 

Simeon Spencer. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



273 



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274 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Pay Table Office. The within roll examined and approved 
and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Capt. Saml. Scott 
or bearer, being- the sum of ;^18.10.10 Lawful money. 
Given at Windsor Ap. 6, 1781. 

Thos. Chittenden, | p_^ee 
Jno. Fassett, f ^°^ 

Treasurer's Office, Oct 12, 1781. Reed, of Ira Allen, Treas- 
urer, the contents of this order. Samuel Scott, Capt. 



[3571 



[C<2//. yoAn Powells Company\ 



Pay Roll of Capt. John Powell's Company of Militia in the 
alarms of Barnard and Royalton, &c, &c. [1780] 



Names 



John Powell, Capt. 
Elijah Beman, Lt. 
Solomon Calkins, En. 
Abel Crandel, Sergt. 
David Rich, 
Nathan Norton, " 
Elisha Powell 
Daniel Oilman 
John West 
Oliver Pennock 
Heman Pennock 
Jonathan Rowell 
Jona Luce 
Eber White 

Isaac Comings [Corier] 
Elisha May 
Zerah Norton 
Jared Alger 
Solomon Root 
W" Root 
Absalom Brown 
Heman Brown 
Jonathan Rich, Jr. 
Eliphalet Bean 
Thomas Bean 
Samuel Peters 




2 

9 

14 

10 

11 

4 

2 

6 

3 

7 

4 

2 

10 

10 

3 

5 

10 

6 

7 

5 

10 

4 

4 

3 

10 

3 



Total 



0.10. 8 

16. 

17. 4 
15.10 
17. 5 

5. 4 

2. 8 

8. 

4. 

9. 4 

5. 4 
2. 8 

13. 4 

13. 4 

4. 

6. 8 
13. 4 

8. 

9. 4 
6. 8 

13. 4 

5. 4 
5. 4 
4. 

13. 4 

4. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



275 



Names 



Hezekiah May 
David Chamberlin 
Josiah Brown 
Elias Chamberlin 
Zenas Morey 
Saml. Huggins 
Levi Root 
Peter Pennock 
Joshua Tucker 
Frederick Smith 
Silas Alger 
Jona. Wood, Jr. 
Joel Chamberlin 
Jonathan Wood 
Saml. Rich 
Jona. Rich 
Aaron Pennock 

4 horses 48 miles 
Amount of rations 



Total 



16.0 

;^0.18.0 



9. 4 

6. 8 

6. 8 

4. 

4. 

5. 4 
2. 8 

4. 

6. 8 
6. 8 
2. 8 

5. 4 
5. 4 
8. 

8. 

9. 4 
9. 4 



^18.18. 7 
I 21. 8. 7 



June 23, 1781. The within pay roll sworn to before me. 

Timo. Brownson, Asst. 

The within Pay Roll examined and approved and the Treas- 
urer is directed to pay the same to Capt. John Powell or bearer, it 
being the sum of twenty-one pound eight shillings and seven 
pence. Timo. Brownson, | ^ 

John Strong, [ Committee. 

June 26, 1781. Reed, of Ira Allen, the Treasurer, tlie con- 
tents of this order. 

^21.8.7 John Rowell. 



276 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[111] 



[Capf. Elias Weld's Compan)'\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Elias Weld's Militia Company, who 
marched to Royalton and Haverhill in the alarm, Oct. 1780. 



Names 


Days 


Pay per 
day 


Miles 


Total 


Capt. Elias Weld 


3 


0.5.4 


25 


1. 4. 4 


Jonah Loomis, Ensign 


6 


3.7 


75 


2. 6. 6 


Nathl. Killara, Serg' 


6 


1.7 


85 


1.17.10 


John S. Harvey, Serg* 


3 


1.7 


35 


0.16. 5 


George Dennison, Serg* 


3 


1.7 


35 


0.16. 5 


John Grow, Corpl. 


3 


1.6 


35 


0.16. 2 


Timothy Bannister, Drm'" 


6 


1.6 


85 


1.17. 4 


Jesse Bannister, Fifer 


6 


1.6 


85 


1.17. 4 


Darius Liscomb, " 


3 


1.6 


35 


0.16. 2 


George Back 


e 


1.4 


75 


1.13. 


Saml. Capon 


4 


1.4 


50 


1. 2. 


Saml. Grow 


6 


1.4 


85 


1.16. 4 


Jeremiah Rust 


3 


1.4 


35 


0.15. 8 


Perez Antizel 


6 


1.4 


85 


1.16. 4 


Ichabod Hatch 


3 • 


1.4 


35 


0.15. 8 


Benj. Munsel 


3 


1.4 


35 


0.15. 8 


Andrew Luce 


6 


1.4 


75 


1.13. 


Timri Luce 


6 


1.4 


75 


1.13. 


Asa Wright 


3 


L4 


35 


0.15.' 8 


Joory Luce 


4 


1.4 


50 


1. 2. 


Robt. Morrison 


6 


1.4 


75 


1.13. 


John Laiton 


3 


1.4 


25 


0.12. 4 


Timothy Lull 


6 


1.4 


75 


1.13. 


Aaron Willard 


6 


1.4 


75 


1.13. 


Elisha Gallup 


2 


1.4 


25 


0.11. 


Joseph Marcy 


4 


1.4 


50 


1. 2. 


Jona. Burk 


4 


1.4 


50 


1. 2. 0' 


Eleazer Bishop 


6 


1.4 


85 


1.16. 4 


Marston Cabot 


2 


1.4 


25 


0.11. 


Willard Colton 


2 


1.4 


25 


0.11. 


Luther Colton 


2 


1.4 


25 


0.11. 


Lot Hodgeman 


2 


1.4 


25 


0.11. 


Thomas Lawton 


2 


1.4 


25 


0.11. 


Joseph Olmstead 


5 


1.4 


75 


1.11. a 


Elihu Smead 


4 


1.4 


50 


1. 2. 


W° Sirames Ashley 


3 


1.4 


25 


0.12. 4 


Nathan Billings 


6 


1.4 


75 


1.13. 0' 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



277 



Names 


Days 


Pay per 
day 


Miles 


Total 


Wilder Willard 


6 


1.4 


75 


1.13. 


Eli Willard 


6 


1.4 


75 


1.13. 


Asa Taylor 


3 


1.4 


25 


0.12. 4 


Moses Webster 


3 


1.4 


35 


0.15. 8 


Zebulo-n Lee 


3 


1.4 


25 


0.12. 4 


Thos. Richardson 


3 


1:4 


25 


0.12. 4 


Jerem'' Richardson 


3 


1.4 


25 


0.12. 4 


Dan Davison 


3 


1.4 


25 


0.12. 4 


Danl. Sumner 


3 


1.4 


25 


0.12. 4 


W^ Sumner 


3 


1.4 


35 


0.15. 8 


Thos. Smith 


4 


1.4 


50 


1. 2. 


Danl. Bugbee 


3 


1.4 


25 


0.12. 4 


John Dunbar 


3 


1.4 


25 


0.12. 4 


Ambrose Grow 


3 


1.4 


25 


0.12. 4 


Isaac Stephens 


2 


1.4 


25 


0.11. 


Saml. Weden 


3 


1.4 


25 


0.12. 4 


Phineas Killam 


3 


1.4 


35 


0.15. 8 


Lezedel Munsel 


4 


1.4 


35 


0.17. 


Noah Jenne 


3 


1.4 


25 


0.12. 4 


John Goldsbary 


3 


1.4 


25 


0.12. 4 


Esta Russell 


3 


1.4 


50 


1. 0. 8 


Joel Bishop 


3 


1.4 


50 


1. 0. 8 


Joseph Gallup 


3 


1.4 


25 


0.12. 4 


Oliver Willard 


3 


1.4 


25 


0.11. 


Thos. Liscomb 


3 


1.4 


35 


0.15. 8 


Neh'' Liscomb 


3 


1.4 


35 


0.15. 8 


Jos. Grow, Jr 


1 


1.4 


8 


0. 4. 


Eph'^ Miner 


1 


1.4 


8 


0. 4. 


Elisha Howard 


3 


1.4 


25 


0.12. 4 


- 








^^65.10.10 



Signed per me, Elias Weld, Captain. 

June 19, 1781. The above pay roll was examined and 
approved and the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the above 
sum of sixty-five pounds ten shillings and ten pence, lawful money. 

Thos. Chittenden, ) 
Timothy Brownson, j 

June 25, 1781. 
Reed, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, the contents of this order. 
■;^ 65.10.10 Paul Spooner. 



Committee. 



278 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[68] 



\Major -iBenJamin Wait'\ 



A Pay Abstract for Major Benjamin Wait when he marched in 
the alarm when the Indians came to Royalton in October 16*'', 
1781. [1780?] 



Names 


Com- 
mence- 
ment of 
pay 


Days 


Pay 
per 
day 


Dis- 
charged 


Amt. 
pay 


Miles 


Pay 

per 
mile 


Amount 


Maj. Benj. Wait 


Oct. 16 


8 


0.6.8 


Oct. 24 


2.13.4 


114 


/4i 


4 11.4 



Benj. Wait, Maj. 

Pay Table Office. The within abstract examined and approved 

and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Maj. Benjamin 

Wait or bearer, being' the sum of four pounds eleven shillings and 

four pence lawful money. Windsor, April 13, 1781. 

Thomas Chittenden, | ., ... 

T , t:, _ 'V Committee. 

John Fassett, ) 

Treasurer's Office, June 21st, 1782. Received of the Treasurer 
the contents of the above order. Benj. Wait, Major. 



[509] 



\^Capt. Willia?fi UphairCs Co7npany\ 



Pay Roll of Capt. William Upham's Company of Militia for 
service done at sundry times — 1780. 





Time 


No. of miles 


No. 


Whole 


Name and Rank 


when service 


travel at 


of 


amount of 




done 


4'' per mile 


days 


pay 










£ S. D. 


William Upham, Capt. 


Oct. 17 


67 


8 


3. 5. 


Edward Grannis, Lieut. 


do 


67 


8 


2.11 


John White, Ensg" 


do 


67 


8 


2.11 


Josiah Hatch, Clerk 


do 


67 


8 


1.15 


'i'hos Hutchins, Sergt. 


do 


67 


8 


1.15 


Henry Tolles, private 


do 


67 


8 


1.13 


Ambrose Cushman " 


do 


67 


8 


1.13 


Waters Chilson 


do ■ 


67 


8 


1.13 


Justus Dart 


do 


67 


8 


1.13 • 


Josiah Dart 


do 


67 


8 


1.13 


Asa Field 


do 


67 


3 


1.13 


John Bennet 


do 


67 


8 


1.13 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



279 





Time 


No. of miles 


No. 


Whole 


Name aisd Bank 


when service 


travel at 


of 


amount of 




done 


4'' per mile 


days 


pay 










;^S. D. 


Clark Tolles 


Oct. 17 


67 


8 


1.13 


Abijah White 


do 


67 


8 


1.13 


Benja. Towers [Powers?^ 


do 


67 


8 


1:13 


John Hatch 


do 


67 


8 


1.13 


Wm^ Dean [Will?] 


do 


21 


2 


0. 9. 8 


Abbot Roby 


do 


21 


2 


0. 9. 8 


Caleb Shaw 


do 


21 


2 


0. 9. 8 


Gideon Lyman 


do 


21 


2 


0. 9. 8 


Amos Boyanton 


do 


21 


2 


0. 9. 8 


Joseph Webb 


do 


21 


2 


0. 9. 8 


Godfrey Richardson 


do 


21 


2 


0. 9. 8 


John Spafford 


Nov. 1 


36 


4 


17. 4 


Moses Allen 


do 


36 


4 


0.17. 4 


Eben^ Hatch 


do 


36 


4 


0.17. 4 


William Upham, Capt. 


Aug. 15 


30 


2 


1. 0. 8 


Henry Tolles 


do 


60 


4 


1. 5. 4 


Clark Tolles 


do 


30 


2 


0.12. 8 




38.18. 4 



W^ upham, Capt. 

Pay Table OfSce. Charleston, Octo. 17, 1781. 

The within Pay Roll examined and appi'oved — and the Treas- 
urer is directed to pay the same, being thirty eight pounds eight- 
een shillings and four pence. Timo. Brownson \ Committee 

Isaac Tichenor f P. T. 

Treasurer's Office, ) 

Charles Town, 17'^ Oct., 1781 \ 

Received of the Treasurer the contents ot the above order 
being thirty eight pounds eighteen shillings and' four pence. 

William Upham, Capt. 



280 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[103] [^Capt. Warren Cottle's Cofnpany\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Warren Cottle's Company of Militia for 
service in the late alarm, with the milage. Woodstock, Oct., 1780. 





Com- 












Names 


mence- 
ment 


Days 


Pay 
per day 


Amt. 
pay 


Miles 
at 4-' 


Total 




of pay 












Capt. Warren Cottle 


Oct. 24 


3 


5.4 


16. 


20 


0. 6. 8 


Lt. Phin'* Thomas 




8 


3.7 


8. 8 


20 


6. 8 


En. D. W. Williams 




7 


3.7 


5. 1 


20 


6. 8 


Sergt. Moses Sampson 




7 


1.7 


11. 1 


20 


6. 8 


' ' Am^ Powers 




12 


1.7 


19. 


50 


16. 8 


** Daniel Badcock 




5 


1.7 


7.11 


4 


1. 4 


" Eph"' Eddy 




3 


1.7 


4. 9 


20 


6. 8 


Corpl. Anz. Slayton 




5 


1.6 


7. 6 


6 


2. 


" Consider Fuller 




3 


1.6 


4. 6 


2 


0. 8 


James Emerson 




5 


1.4 


6. 8 


40 


13. 4 


Josiah Hurlbut 




3 


1.4 


4. 


20 


6. 8 


Thos. Powers 




3 


1.4 


4. 


20 


6. 8 


Jno. Killam 




3 


1.4 


4. 


20 


6. 8 


Veline Moisington 














[Hoisington] 




3 


1.4 


4. 


20 


6. 8 


John Ransom 




3 


1.4 


4. 


20 


6. 8 


Elijah Field 




3 


1.4 


4. 


20 


6. 8 


Charles Powers 




10 


1.4 


13. 4 


50 


16. 8 


Rufus Carpenter 




3 


1.4 


4. 


20 


6. 8 


W"' Smith 




5 


1.4 


6. 8 


20 


6. 8 


Walter Brigham 




3 


1.4 


4. 


20 


6. 8 


Nathan Perkins 




3 


1.4 


4. 


20 


6. 8 


James Barrows 




8 


1.4 


10. 8 


20 


6. 8 


Seth Fuller 




3 


1.4 


4. 


20 


6. 8 


Philemon Sampson 




7 


1.4 


9. 4 


20 


6. 8 


George Lake 




5 


1.4 


6. 8 


20 


6. 8 


Lemuel Shaw 




4 


1.4 


5. 4 


20 


6. 8 


Ezra Perry 




7 


1.4 


9. 4 


50 


16. 8 


Eben"" Kingsley 




5 


1.4 


6. 8 


20 


6. 8 


Asahel Powers 




5 


1.4 


6. 8 


20 


6. 8 


W"^ McClay 




5 


1.4 


6. 8 


20 


6. 8 


Jabez Hammond 




5 


1.4 


6. 8 


20 


6. 8 


Jona. Farnsworth 




5 


1.4 


6. 8 


20 


. 6. 8 


Seth Washbon ' 




4 


1.4 


5. 4 


20 


6. 8 


Josiah Dunham 




7 


1.4 


9. 4 


20 


6. 8 


Gardner Spooner 




3 


1.4 


4. 


20 


6. 8 


Perez Wood 




2 


1.4 


2. 8 


20 


6. 8 


Andrew Thomas 




2 


1.4 


2. 8 


20 


6. 8 


Phin. Williams 




6 


1.4 


8. 


20 


6. 8 


Joseph Churchill 




2 


1.4 


2. 8 


20 


6. 8 


Jesse Williams 




3' 


1.4 


4. 


20 


6. 8 


Joshua Slayton 




2 


1.4 


2. 8 


20 


6. 8 


Nathan Cook 




2 


1.4 


2. 8 


20 


6. 8 


W"' Barns 




2 


1.4 


2. 8 


20 


6. 8 


Rufus Basett 




2 


1.4 


2. 8 


20 


6. 8 


John Cottle 




10 


1.4 


13. 4 


20 


6. 8 




^32. 9. 2 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



281 



Windsor County. Windsor, April 17, 1781. 

Sworn before John Fassett, Asst. 

The above is a true roll. 

Attest, Warren Cottle, Capt. 

Sixteen of the within men found themselves in camp — ten o^ 
them five days, and six four days. ;^2.y.4. 

Attest, Warren Cottle, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, The within Pay Roll examined and ap- 
proved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Capt. 
Warren Cottle or bearer, being with the addition of the above 
rations thirty-four pounds eighteen shillings and six pence, lawful 
money. 

Given at Windsor, April 17, 1781. 

Thos. Chittenden, | ^ _.., 
tut:, , . ' h Committee. 

John Fassett, ) 

June 26, 1781. Reed, of I. Allen, Treasurer, the contents of 
this order. 

^34.18.6 Warren Cottle. 

[291] \Capt. Timothy Bush's Co7npany\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Timothy Bush's Company of Militia em- 
ployed in guarding and scouting at Strafford, at the time of the 
alarm at Newbury, undsr the direction of Col. Peter Olcott, Oct. 
19. 1780. 



Names 


Time 
en- 
gaged 


Days 


Wages 
due 


Miles 
from 
home 

13 


Miles 
home 


Amt. 
travel 


Total 


•Capt. Timothy Bush 


Oct. 19 


7 


1.17. 4 


12 


0.4.0 


3. 1. 4 


Lt. James Smalley 


t ( C( 


6 


1. 1. 4 


12 


12 


4. 


1. 5. 4 


Sergt. Nathl. Seaver 




6 


1. 4. 


12 


12 


4. 


13. 6 


'' Jonas Boardman 




6 


9. 6 


12 


12 


4. 


13. 6 


" Elias Newton 




6 


9. 6 


13 


13 


4. 


13. 6 


•Corpl. Elisha Yeoman 




6 


9. 6 


12 


12 


4. 


13.10 


" Benj. Burton 




6 


9. 6 


12 


12 


4. 


13.10 


" Adrian Hatch 
















[Hart] 




6 


8.10 


12 


12 


4. 


13.10 


" Wm. Burnham 




6 


8.10 


12 


12 


4. 


13.10 


Nathl. Brown 




6 


8.10 


12 


13 


4. 


13. 


John Burnap 




6 


8.10 


12 


13 


4. 


12. 


Jonas Richards 




6 


8. 


12 


13 


4. 


12. 


Abel Wilder 




6 


8. 


12 


12 


4. 


12. 


Ithaman Bartlet 




6 


8. 


12 


13 


4. 


12. 


Saml. Waterman 




6 


8. 


12 


13 


4. 


12. 



282 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


Time 
en- 
gaged 


Days 


Wages 
due 


Miles 
from 
home 


Miles 
home 


Amt. 
travel 


Total 


James Waterman 


Oct. 19 


6 


8.0 


13 


13 


4. 


13. 


Elisha Waterman 




6 


8.0 


12 


13 


4. 


13. 


Levi Waterman 




6 


8.0 


13 


12 


4. 


12. 


Francis Smalley 




6 


8.0 


13 


12 


4. 


12. 


Jona. Lord 




6 


8.0 


12 


12 


4. 


12. 


David Lord 




6 


8.0 


12 


13 


4. 


12. 


John Bush 




6 


8.0 


12 


12 


4. 


13. 


Joel Benton 




6 


8.0 


12 


12 


4. 


13. 


John Burton 




6 


8.0 


12 


12 


4. 


13. 


Joel Barnet 




6 


8.0 


12 


12 


4. 


13. 


Jona. Bartlet 




6 


8.0 


12 


12 


4. 


12. 


John Brown 




6 


8.0 


13 


13 


4. 


13. 


Josiah Goodrich 




G 


8.0 


13 


13 


4. 


12. 


Saml. Thatcher 




6 


8.0 


12 


12 


4. 


13. • 


Isaac Partridge 




6 


8.0 


13 


12 


4. 


12. 


Reuben Smith 




^6 


8.0 


13 


12 


4. 


12. 


W'" Blake 




'6 


8.0 


13 


12 


4. 


12. 


Eeuben Hatch 




6 


8.0 


12 


12 


4. 


12. 


Asa Huntington 




6 


8.0 


12 


13 


4. 


13. 


John Sargeant 




6 


8.0 


12 


13 


4. 


12. 


Abel Stimson 




6 


8.0 


13 


13 


4. 


12. 


Eben"^ Jaques 


1 


6 


8.0 


12 


13 


4. 


12. 




;^25. 6. 6 



The within is a true roll. 



Attest. 



Timo. Bush, Capt. 



Windsor County, Windsor, April 13, 1781. 

Sworn before John Fassett, Asst. 

Pay Table Office. The within pay roll examined and approved, 
and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Capt. Timo. Bush 
or bearer, being the sum of twenty-five pounds nineteen shilling.s 
and ten pence (with the addition of rations) lawful money. 

Windsor, April 13, 1781. 

7^.°'-i.^^'"r^^"' \ Committee. 
John tassett, j 

Aug. 9, 1781. Reed, the contents of the above order of ihe 
Treasurer. Jos. Farnsworth in behalf of 

^2,^.19.10 Eben^ Green. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



283 



[280] 



\Capt. Joshua HazerCs Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Joshua Hazen's Company in Col. Wood's 
Reg't. that marched to Brookfield in the Alarm, Oct. 1780. 



Names 


Days 


Wages 
due 


Miles 


Amt. 
travel 


Total 


Capt. Joshua Hazen 


3 


16. 


40 


13.4 


1. 9.4 


Lt. William Bramble 


3 


12. 


40 


13.4 


1. 5.4 


En. Elkanah Sprague 


3 


8. 


40 


13.4 


1. 1.4 


Sergt. Asa Hazen 


3 


4.5 


40 


13.4 


17.9 


David Wright 


3 


4.5 


40 


13.4 


17.9 


" Elias'Chapman 


3 


4.5 


40 


13.4 


17.9 


" Andrew Tracy 


3 


4.5 


40 


13.4 


17.9 


Clerk Asa Emerson 


3 


4.5 


40 


13.4 


17.9 


Corpl. Wm. Dunham 


3 


4.2 


40 


13.4 


17.6 


" Hezekiah Hazen 


3 


4.2 


40 


13.4 


17.6 


" Stephen Tilden 


3 


4.2 


■ 40 


13.4 


17.6 


" John Gillet 


3 


4.2 


40 


13.4 


17.6 


Abel Marsh 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Barjone Deman 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Roger Marsh 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


W" Allen 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


W^ Burch 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Levi Demon 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Daniel Marsh 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Ignatius Sprague 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Elliot Porter 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Samuel Pease 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Christopher Pease 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Thomas Tracy 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Daniel Pineo 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Seth Savage 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Josiah Tilden 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Nehemiah Clossen 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Elnathan Allen 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Elijah Mason 


3 


4. 


'40 


13.4 


17.4 


Joseph Marsh, Jr. 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Jona. Wright 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Jona. Reynolds 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Thos. Hazen, Jr. 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Solomon Hazen 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Daniel Hazen 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


James Tracy 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Rowland Powell 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Rowland Powell, Jr. 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 


Luther Powell 


3 


4. 


40 


13.4 


17.4 



284 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 



Calvin Powell 

Simeon Curtis 

John Button 

Erastus Chapman 

Joseph Chapman 

Israel Gillet 

Daniel Gillet 

Benj. Wright, Jr. 

Jonathan Bennet 

Timo. Johnson 

Enoch Eaton 

Jehiel Robbins 

John Cheny 

Barnabas Tisden [Tigden?] 

David Bliss 

Thomas Holbrook 

Joseph Williams 

Ashbel Smith 

Phineas Strong 

Francis W. Savage 

Solomon Strong 

Solomon Strong Jr. 

Josiah Terry 

Lemuel White 

Ezekiel Gilbert 

Daniel Clark 

Thomas Hazen 

Simon Chapman 

Stephen Tilden 

Benajah Strong 

Enoch Emerson 

Jacob Hall 

Joseph Mafsh 

Willis Hall 

Jona° Hall 

Abel Marsh 

John Marsh 

David Newton 

Solomon Scipeo 



Days 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

o 
O 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



Wages 


Miles 


due 




4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 - 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 


4. 


40 



Amt. 
travel 



13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13 4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
33.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 



13. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
13. 



Total 



17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 



^;^60. 5.7 



♦Wrong. 
Capt., Lt. and Ensign's rations 3 days, 8/ 

A true pay roll, Attest, Joshua Hazen, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



285 



Norwich, June 9, 1781, Then personally appeared Capt. 
Joshua Hazen and made oath to the within Pay Roll, that it was 
made according- to the best of his judgement Before me, 

Nathl. Brown, Justice of Peace. 

Pay Table Office, June 22, 1781. The within account exam- 
ined and approved, and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same, 
which is sixty pounds five shillings and seven pence. 

John Fassett, | ^ 

n^^ -D }■ Committee. 

I imo. Brownson, \ 

June 23, 1781. Reed, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, the contents of 
this order. 

p^60.5.7 Elkanah Sprague. 



[202] 



\^CaJ>f. JoJui Hawkins' Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. John Hawkins' Company of Minute Men 
of Woodstock for their service in the Alarm at Royalton, with 
allowance of travel from their respective homes to Brookfield. 



Names 


Com- 
mence- 
ment 
of pay 


Time 
of 

serv- 
ice 


Per 

day 


When 
dis- 
charged 


Amt. 
of pay 


Miles 


Total 




1780 


Days 




1780 








Capt. John Hawkins 


Oct. 16 


8 


5.4 


Oct. 18 


0.16.0 


45 


0.15.O 


Lt. Moses Samson 






3 


3.7 


(i (1 


16.9 


45 


15. 


En. 01^ Williams 






3 


3.7 


11 11 


10.9 


45 


15. 


Sergt. Eph"- Eddy 






3 


1.7 


(i 11 


4.9 


45 


15. 


" Josiah Clark 






3 


1.7 


11 > ( 


4.9 


45 


15 


" George Thomas 






3 


1.7 


11 11 


4.9 


45 


15 


" Amasa Powers 






3 


1.7 


II i( 


4.9 


45 


15 


Corpl. Billy Gray 






3 


1.5^ 


(t i( 


4.6 


45 


15 


Fifer Seth Fuller 






3 


1.5^ 


li II 


4.6 


45 


15 


Phineas Powers 






3 


1.4 


11 It 


4. 


45 


15 


Rufus Sanderson 






3 


1.4 


.1 11 


4. 


45 


15 


Thomas Powers 






3 


1.4 


11 11 


4. 


45 


15 


Joseph Safford 






3 


1.4 


11 i( 


4. 


45 


15 


Josiah Lamb 






3 


1.4 


(1 11 


4. 


45 


15 


Jopiah Dunham 






3 


1.4 


11 11 


4. 


45 


15 


William Smith 






3 


1.4 


11 11 


4. 


45 


15 


Andrew Thomas 






3 


1.4 


<l 1 c 


4. 


45 


15 


Josiah Harlburt 






3 


1.4 


11 1 ( 


4. 


45 


15 


John Sanderson 






3 


1.4 


11 11 


4. 


45 


15 


Isaac Hoisington 






3 


1.4 


11 11 


4. 


45 


15 


Stephen Powers 






3 


1.4 


11 11 


4. 


45 


15 


Phins. Sanderson 






3 


1.4 


11 11 


4. 


45 


15 


John Killam 






3 


1.4 


<1 11 


4. 


45 


15 


Jona. Kingsley 






3 


1.4 


11 1. 


4. 


45 


15 


Joseph Hawkins 






3 


1.4 


11 11 


4. 


45 


15 


Saml. Matthews 






3 


1.4 


11 11 


4. 


45 


15 



286 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


Com- 
mence- 
ment 
of pay 


Time 
of 

serv- 
ice 


Per 
day 


When A^+ 
dis- -f^*- 
charged °* P^^ 


Miles 


Total 




1780 


Days 




1780 






Timo. Cox 


Oct. 16 


3 


1.4 


Oct. 18 1 4. 


45 


15 


Jonas Matthews 


i i it 


3 


1.4 






4. 


45 


15 


Nathan Rowland 


14 ft 


3 


1.4 






4. 


45 


15 


Simon Davis 


14 ( < 


3 


1.4 






4. 


45 


15 


James Sanderson 


t ( It 


3 


1.4 






4. 


45 


15 


Veline Hoisington 


i% I C 


3 


1.4 






4. 


45 


15 


William Paddock 


ii ^i 


3 


1.4 






4. 


45 


15 


Moses Kimball 


I i it 


3 


1.4 






4. 


45 


15 


Joseph Darling 


( ( (( 


3 


1.4 






4. 


45 


15 


William Perry 


( k i « 


3 


1.4 






' 4. 


45 


15 


Eben" Winslow 


ti a 




1.4 






4. 


45 


15 


Gains Paddock 


n a 




1.4 






4. 


45 


15 


James Barrow 


ti it 




1.4 






4. 


45 


15 


Charles Killam 


1 1 <( 




1.4 






4. 


45 


15 


Daniel Niels 


<t f ( 




1.4 






4. 


45 


15 


John Smith 


ii ii 




1.4 






4. 


45 


15 


Joshua Wood 


a It 




1.4 






4. 


45 


15 


Total 




£A2. 5.6 









Woodstock, 9th. June, 1781. Personally appeared Capt. John 
Hawkins and made oath before rae that the within pay roll was 
just, without fraud to the public or any private person. 

Benj. Emmons, Asst. 

Pay Table Office. The within pay roll examined and approved 
and the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the same to Capt. 
John Hawkins or bearer, being forty-two pounds five shillings and 
six pence, lawful money. John Fassett, \ ^ . , 

imo. Brownson, ) 

June 25, 1781. Reed, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, the contents of 
this order. 

^42.5.6. Warner [?] Castle. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



287 



[360] 



\Capt. John Stark's Conipany\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. John Stark's Company of Militia in Col. 
Ira Allen's Regiment for service done in defence of the Northern 
Frontier of this State, by order, in October in the year 1780. 



Names V^ 
en 


T^hen 
tered 


Days 


Miles 


Amt. 
milage 

1. 2.0 


Per day 

& 
rations 

6.8 


1 Total 


Capt. John Starks 0( 


5t. 10 


24 


66 


9. 2.0 


Lt. Samuel Willard 


k a 


20 


66 


1. 2.0 


4.3 


5. 7.0 


En. Joel Harmon ' 


i ( i 


24 


66 


1. 2.0 


4.3 


6. 4.0 


Sergt. David Comstock ' 


i i i 


18 


66 


1. 2.0 


1.7 


2.10.6 


" Nathl. Harmon 


' 12 


18 


66 


1. 2.0 


1.7 


2.10.6 


" Ezekiel Harmon ' 


' 19 


11 


22 


7.4 


1.7 


1. 4.9 


^' " Isaac Meecham ' 


' 10 


20 


66 


1. 2.0 


1.7 


2.13.8 


Clerk, John Stewart ' 


' 12 


7 


22 


7.4 


1.7 


18.5 


Corpl. Philip Reed 


( (< 


7 


22 


7.4 


1.5^ 


17.4 


" Jos. ti;verest ' 


• 10 


16 


66 


1. 2.0 


1.5| 


2. 5.4 


Hall 


' 17 


13 


44 


14.8 


1.5^ 


1.13.8 


" Jotham Smart 


' 12 


21 


44 


14.8 


1 ^ 


2. 5.5 


Gideon Adams ' 


( i( 


12 


44 


•14.8 


1.4 


1.10.8 


Benj. Everett 


1 (< 


18 


66 


1. 2.0 


1.4 


2. 6.0 


Benj. Starks ' 


( (1 


6 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


15.4 


Elisha Fitch 


' 10 


16 


66 


1. 2.0 


1.4 


2. 3.4 


Return Strong ' ' 


' 12 


7 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


16.0 


Stephen Starkweather ' 


( ( ( 


12 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1.10.8 


Benaj. Hill 


1 (( 


12 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1.10.8 


Josiah Willard ' 


i (( 


7 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


16.8 


Joseph Kellogg 


' 10 


9 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1. 6.8 


W™ Kellogg 


' 12 


20 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


2. 1.4 


David Carver ' 


( > < 


12 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1.10.8 


Jedediah Edgerton ' 


• 10 


24 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


2. 6.8 


Cephas Harmon ' 


1 t c 


9 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1. 6.8 


John B. Hartwick ' 


' 12 


7 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


16.8 


Daty Allen ' 


( t( 


21 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


2. 2.8 


Justus Allen ' 


( ( < 


12 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1.10.8 


Moses Curtis ' 


' 10 


23 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


2. 6.2 


James Lynn ' 


' 12 


21 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


2. 2.8 


James Hopkins ' 


« «4 


7 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


16.8 


Jona. Prindle ' 


1 (( 


21 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


2. 2.8 


Saml. Stark 


i (( 


21 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


2. 2.8 


W™ Adams ' 


t it 


7 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


16.8 


Elisha Leach ' 


< t( 


12 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1.10.8 


Eben-- Cobb ' 


( ; ( 


12 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1.10.8 


Ab'" Fryhout ' 


( <i 


15 


66 


1. 2.0 


1.4 


2. 2.0 


Caleb Austin ' 


( <( 


7 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


16.8 


Joseph Willard ' 


t i i 


18 


66 


1.2 .0 


1.4 


2. 6.0 


Timo. Brewster ' 


' 10 


20 


G6 


1.2 .0 


1.4 


2. 8.8 


Leml. Haskins ' 


' 12 


7 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


16.8 


Asaph Starkweather ' 


( <( 


21 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


2. 2.8 


John Cobb ' 


1 (( 


18 


66 


1. 2.0 


1.4 


2. 6.0 


Elkanah Cobb 


( it 


12 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1.10.8 


James Haskins ' 


( (< 


12 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1.10.8 


Lemuel Clark ' 


t 1 c 


12 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


;.io.8 



288 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


When 
entered 


Days 


Miles 


Amt. 
milage 


Per day 

& 
rations 


Total 


Eufus Baker 


Oct. 


12 


12 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1.10.8 


Peter Paterson 




(I 


12 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1.10.8 


Solomon Steel 




i i 


12 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1.10.8 


Eliada Orton 




i i 


7 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


16.8 


W'" Potter 


Oct. 


12 


12 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1.10.8 


Moses Wheeler 




i ( 


7 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


16.8 


David Castle 




(< 


7 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


16.8 


Nathan Castle 




i C 


16 


66 


1. 2.0 


1.4 


2. 3.4 


Peter Davidson 




H 


12 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1.10.8 


Levey Adams 




( i 


12 


44 


14.8 


1-4 


1.10.8 


Onesimus Risden 




( ( 


7 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


16.8 


Elisha Clark 




( ( 


12 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1.10.8 


Jona. Castle 




( ( 


10 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1. 8.0 


Jas. Small 




c c 


7 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


16.8 


Peter Stevens 




( i 


7 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


16.8 


Philip Priest 




10 


12 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1.10.8 


Abel Castle 


^ * 


12 


7 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1. 3.0 


Hezekiah Tracy- 




1 ( 


21 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


2. 2.8 


Joel Simonds 




10 


12 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1.10.8 


Joshua Cobb 




25 


20 


66 


1. 2.0 


1.4 


2. 8.8 


Eliphalet Haskins 




i i 


5 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


14.0 


Saml. Butts 




17 


5 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


14. 


John Abbott 




19 


13 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1.12.0 


Jedediah Reed 




25 


11 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1. 9.4 


Edward Willard 




19 


5 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


14. 


Zadock Everest 




25 


11 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


1. 2.0 


Phineas Stephens 




19 


5 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


.14.0 


Danl. Welch 




10 


11 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1. 9.4 


Jacob Edgerton 




( ( 


10 


44 


14.8 


1.4 


1. 8.0 


Caleb Allen 




19 


6 


• 22 


7.4 


1.4 


15.4 


David Hough 






5 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


14.0 


Eldad Steel 






5 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


14.0 


Samuel Stoddar 






5 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


14.0 


John Thompson 






5 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


14.0 


Gideon Allen 






5 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


14.0 


Samuel Wright 






5 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


14.0 


Roswell Bennett 






5 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


14.0 


David Andrus 




25 


5 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


14.0 


Jos. Fitch 




H 


5 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


14.0 


Leml. Hawley 




12 


21 


22 


7.4 


1.4 


1.15.4 




^139.18.5 



John Stark, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Arlington, June 6, 1781. The within roll 
examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same to Capt. John Stark or bearer, being the sum of one hundred 
and thirty-nine pounds eighteen shillings and five pence, lawful 
money. Thos. Chittenden, \ Committee. 

John Passett, \ 

Date above reed, the above contents of the Treasurer. 

^139,18.5 Saml. Willard, Lieut. 



[32] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 

I 

\Capt. Thomas Barneys Company\ 



289 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Thos. Barney's Company in Col.fira 
Allen's Regt. of Militia for service done the State of Verraontt^on 
alamo to the Northward, which commenced the 11th day of Octo- 
ber, A. D. 1780. 



Names and Eank 



Capt. Thos. Barney 
Lt. John White 
En. Danl. Purdy 
Clk. Christ" Eobert 
Sergt. Truman Powel 
" .Terh. Wait 
" J no. Roberts 
" Abel Pettibone 
Corpl. Jona. Ormsby 
' • Elijah Burton 
" Philip Mead 
" Thos. Wait 

Heman Barlow 

David Purdy 

Benj. Roberts 

Edward Hanison 

Danl. Ormsby 

John W. Bostwick 

Rufus Munson 

James Hennesy 

Martin Barber 

Jos. Heavens 

Jacob Wheeler, Jr. 

Josiah Allen 

W-" Bennett 

Reuben Purdy 

Ezekiel Roberts 

Joshua Ross 

Josiah Lockwood 

James Lewis 

Nathan Beman 

Waterman Ells 

Jared Boorn 

Peter French 

Neh. Larkin 

Richard Bentley 

Aaron Mason 

John Robertson 

Stephen Herrick 

James Palmer 

Asa Brownson 

Saml. Hull 



Days 



25 
2] 
21 
28 
16 
5 
5 
25 
21 
25 
9 
9 
21 
28 
28 
32 
28 
28 
25 
28 
28 
25 
21 
21 
21 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
12 
9 
9 
9 
9 



Wages 
per 
day 



0.5.4 
3.7 
3.7 
1.7 
1.7 
1.7 
1.7 
1.7 
1.5 
1.5 
1.5 
1.5 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 



1.4 
1.4 
1.4 



Amt. 

of 
wages 



4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
11 



6.13 
3.15 
3.15 
2. 4 
I. 5 
0. 7 

0. 7.11 
1.19. 7 
1.10. 
1.16. 
0.13. 
0.13. 

1. 8. 
1.17. 
1.17. 

2. 2. 
1.17. 
1.17. 
1.13. 
1.17. 
1.17. 
1.13. 
1. 8. 



Miles 



1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 



7 
9 
1 
1 

4 
4 
8 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
8. 
8. 
1. 4 



1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

0.18. 
0.18. 
0.18. 
0.18. 
0.18. 
0.18. 
0.16. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 



0.12. 



40 

120 

120 
80 

180 
40 
40 
40 

120 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
80 
40 
40 
40 

120 
80 

120 
40 
80 
80 

80 

80 

80 

80 

80 

80 

80 

80 

80 

80 

40 

40 

40 

40 



Amt. 

travel 



0.16.0 
2. 0.0 
2. 0.0 
1. 6.8 

1. 6.8 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 

2. 0.0 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 

1. 6.8 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 

2. 0.0 

1. 6.8 

2. 0.0 
0.13.4 



Total 



6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 



1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 



7. 9. 4 
5.15. 3 

5.15. 3 
3.11. 
2.11. 
1. 1. 3 

1. 1. 3 
2.12.11 
3.10. 7 

2. 9. 9 
1. 6. 5 

1. 6. 5 

2. 1. 4 
2.10. 8 
2.10. 8 

2.16. 
2.10. 8 
2.10. 8 
2.10. 8 
2.10. 8 
2.10. 8 

2. 6. 8 

3. 8. 
2.14. 8 
3. 8. 
1.14. 8 
2. 8. 
2. 8. 
2. 8. 
2. 8. 
2. 8. 
2. 4. 8 
2. 4. 8 
2. 4. 8 
2. 4 
2. 4 
2. 4 
1. 5 
1. 5. 4 
1. 5. 4 
1. 5. 4 
1. 5. 4 



Amt. of 
rations 



8 
8 
8 
4 



^i.13.4 
16.8 
16.8 



£6. 6.8 



[19J 



290 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names and Rank 


Days 


Wages 
per 
day 


Amt. 
of 


Miles 


Amt. 
travel 


Total 


Amt. of 
rations 






wages 








■7 ■ 


Nathl. Boorn 


9 


1.4 


0.13. 





40 


0.13.4 


1. 5. 4 




Edmund Wood 


9 


1.4 


0. 8. 





40 


0.13.4 


1, 5. 4 




Truman Mead 


6 


1.4 


0. 9. 


4 


40 


0.13.4 


1. 1. 4 




John Bonner 


7 


1.4 


0. 9. 


4 


40 


0.13.4 


1. 2. 4 




Thus. Soper 


7 


1.4 


0. 6. 


8 


40 


0.1:5.4 


1. 2. 4 




Rosel Cossett 


5 


1.4 


0. 9. 


4 


40 


0.13.4 


1. 0. 




John Howard 


7 


1.4 


0. 6. 


8 


40 


0.13.4 


1. 2. 4 




Ora Ross 


5 


1.4 


0. 6. 


8 


40 


0.13.4 


1. 0. 




John Austin 


5 


1.4 


0. 6. 


8 


40 


0.13.4 


1. 0. 




Barnard Boorn 


5 


1.4 


0. 6. 


8 


40 


0.13.4 


1. 0. 




Nathl. Bostwick 


5 


1.4 


0. 6. 


8 


40 


0.13.4 


1. 0. 




James Stevens 


5 


1.4 


0. 6. 


8 


40 


0.13.4 


1. 0. 




Reuben Baker 


6 


1.4 


8. 





40 


13.4 


1. 1. 




Geo. Olds 


9 


1.4 


12. 





80 


1. 6.8 


1.18. 8 




Danl. Champion 


5 


1.4 


4. 


8 


40 


13.4 


0.18. 




Eben^ Clark 


5 


1.4 


4. 


8 


40 


13.4 


0.18. 
127. 4.11 





Thos. Barney, Capt. 

31st May, 1781. The foregoing pay roll sworn before me. 

Timo. Brownson, Asst. 

The foregoing pay roll examined and approved and the Treasurer 
is directed to pay the same to Capt. Thos. Barney, which is 
;^127.4. 11 lawful money. 

31st May 1781. Th. Chittenden, ) Qo^im^^ 

Timo. Brownson, j 

Date above rec'd of the Treasurer the contents of the above 
pay roll. Th^ Barney. 

Returned by Capt. Barney for money recp* [rec'd ?] from the 
soldiers for expenses paid by the State ^3.0.6 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



291 



[92] 



\^Lieut. Abisha Sajnsons Company'^ 



A Pay Roll of a Company of Militia under the command of 
Lieut. Abisha Samson, that did duty at Barnard in October, 1780, 
and a number that turned out on alarm in the year 1780 that have 
not been made up in any roll before. 



Names 


Miles 
travel 


Amt. 
travel 


Days 
service 


Pay per 
mo. 


Total 


Abisha Samson, Lt. 


25 


8.4 


12 


5. 8.0 


2.. 3. 


Gershom Palmer, En. 


15 


5. 


10 


5. 8. 


1.15.10 


Jacob Bebens, Sargt. 


30 


10. 


12 


2.18. 2- 


19. 


Robert Kolloton, do 


55 


18.4 


13 


2. 8. 


1. 0. 7 


Jno. Stevens Harvey do 


20 


6.8 


8 


2. 8.10 


12. 8 


John Killam, Corp. 


35 


11.8 


13 


2.14. 8 


18. 9 


Philemon Sampson, Corp. 


30 


10. 


12 


2.14. 7 


17. 6 


Seth Fuller, Fifer. 


15 


5. 


10 


2.14. 8 


14. 7 


Gains Paddock - 


15 


5. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


Timothy Cox 


15 


5. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


Phineas Williams 


v25 


8.4 


11 


2. 


14. 8 


Thomas Powers 


15 


5. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


Elijah Field 


15 


5. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


Stephen Powers 


15 


5. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


John Cottle 


15 


5. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


Nathan Dike 


55 


18.4 


13 


2. 


17. 4 


Elias Thomas 


15 


5. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


Joseph Hawkins 


15 


5. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


Jno. Smith Hoisington 


15 


5. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


Line Hoisington 


15 


5. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


Jarnes Harwood 


15 


5. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


Josiah Hurlbutt 


15 


5. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


Joshua Wood 


15 


5. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


Rufus Carpenter 


15 


0. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


Saml. Matthews 


15 


5. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


Saml. Pratt 


15 


5. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


William Ellis 


15 


5. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


Isaac Jones 


15 


5. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


Amasa Delano 


15 


5. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


James Sanderson 


15 


5. 


10 


2. 


13. 4 


Joseph Safford 


20 


6.8 


15 


2. 


1. 0. 


W°^ Sims Ashley 


20 ^ 


6.8 


8 


2. 


10. 8 


Asa Wright 


20 


6.8 


8 


2. 


10. 8 


Moses Webster 


20 


6.8 


8 


2. 


10. 8 



292 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


Miles 
travel 


Amt, 
travel 


Days 
service 


Pay per 
mo. 


Total 


Jeremiah Ruse 


20 


6.8 


8 


2. 


10. 8 


W"" Gooldsbury 


20 


6.8 


8 


2. 


10. 8 


Derick Oxford 


20 


6.8 


8 


2. 


10. 8 


Anthon}' Ruse 


15 


5. 


2 


2. 


2. 8 


Ichabod Churchill 


30 


10. 


3 


2. 


4. 


Andrew Thomas 


15 


5. 


2 


2. 


2. 8 


Charles Killam 


20 


6.8 


3 


2. 


4. 


Timothy Kox 


20 


6.8 


3 


2. 


4. 


W° Smith 


15 


5. 


2 


2. 


2. 8 


Chellis Safford 


20 


6.8 


4 


2. 


5. 4 


Amasa Slayton 


40 


13.4 


3 


2. 


4. 


Nathan Cook 


30 


10. 


3 


2. 


4. 


W"' Barns 


30 


10. 


3 


2. 


4. 


Libanus Cottle 


30 


10. 


3 


2. 


4. 


John Hammond 


30 


10. 


3 


2. 


4. 


Danl. Bodcock 


30 


10. 


3 


2. 


4. 


Eben^ Dike 


15 


5. 


3 


2. 


4. 


Rufus Sanderson 


20 


6.8 


3 


2. 


4. 


Isaac Ho[i]sington 


20 


6.8 


3 


2. 


4. 



Abisha Samson, Lt. 

Pay Table Office, Charlestown, Oct. 20, 1781. The within pay 
roll being examined and approved, the Treasurer is directed to 
pay the same, being forty-nine pounds nineteen shillings and 
eleven pence. Isaac Tichenor, ) p gg 

Timothy Brownson, j 

Oct. 24, 1781. Received of the Treasurer the contents of the 
above order in behalf of Abijah Samson. 

Jesse Saiford. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



293 



[247] 



[Capt. Benjamin Cox's Company\ 



Pay Roll of Capt. Betij. Cox's Company of Militia, for Scouting 
done pursuing after the Enemy to Brookfield the year past. 1780. 



Names 


Time of 
service 


Days 


Miles 


Per 

day 


Total 


Lieut. Elias Keyes 


Oct. 11th 


3 


25 


3.7 


0.19. 1 


En. Benj. Wilbur 




' 




3 


25 


3.7 


0.19. 1 


Sergt. John Newton 




( « 




3 


25 


1.7 


0.13. 1 


" Daniel Sharp 








3 


25 


1.7 


0.13. 1 


Corpl. Joseph Foster 








3 


25 


1.5 


0.12. 7 


" Asa Page 








3 


25 


1.5 


0.12. 7 


Moses Lurvy 








3 


25 


1.4 


0.12. 4 


Robert Dean 








3 


25 


1.4 


C.12. 4 


Nathan Parmetree 








3 


25 


1.4 


0.12. 4 


Simeon Howard 








3 


25 


1.4 


0.12. 4 


Asa Foster 








3 


25 


1.4 


0.12. 4 


W°^ Chedle 








3 


25 


1.4 


0.12. 4 


Asa Chedle 








3 


25 


1.4 


0.12. 4 


Thos. Freeman, Jr. 








3 


25 


1.4 


0.12. 4 


Saml. Steward 








3 


25 


1.4 


0.12. 4 


Nathaniel Aikens 








3 


25 


1.4 


0.12. 4 


Solomon Aikens 








3 


25 


1.4 


0.12. 4 


Holland Blackaman 








3 


25 


1.4 


0.12. 4 


Thomas Whitcomb 








3 


25 


1.4 


0.12. 4 


Seth Dean 








3 


25 


1.4 


0.12. 4 


George Page 








3 


25 


1.4 


0.12. i 


William Freeman 








3 


25 


1.4 


0.12. i 


Thomas Freeman 








3 


35 


1.4 


0.12. 4 


Calvin Sevit [Sevir ?] 








3 


25 


1.4 


0.12. 4 


Jonathan White 








3 


25 


1.4 


0.12. 4 










£\^. 3.10 



Elias Keyes, Lieut. 

Pay Table Office, June 23^ 1781. The within Pay Roll 
examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same, being sixteen pounds three shillings and ten pence. 

Timo. Brownson, ) r* -..4. 

John Fassett, \ Committee. 

June 25, 1781. Reed, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, the contents of 
this order. 



£1^. 3.10 



Joseph Foster. 



294 



.STATE OF VERMONT 





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REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



295 



[349] 



\^Capt. Joshua Hazen s Company] 



A Pay Roll of a Company of Militia, the command of Capt. 
Joshua Hazen, employed in guarding' and scouting the frontiers of 
this State, he -.id-quarters at Strafford, the men detached from 
Hartford and Norwich, under the immediate inspection of Col. 
P. Olcott. 



Names 



Capt. Joshua Hazen 
Lt. James Smalley 
Sergt. Joel Stimson 

" Jonas Bichardson 
Corp. Hezekiah Hazen 
John Wright 
Francis Smalley 
Daniel Brown 
Nathl. Brown 
Benben Hatch 
Ichabod Carley 
Saml. Thatcher 
Peter Olcott 
Ebenezer Parsifield 
Elisha Waterman 
John Slaughter 
John Sogers 
Gershom Bartlet 
Samuel Waterman 
Simeon Curtis 
Dan Ardna Gillet 
Elisha Burton 
Boger Marsh 
Jonathan Hall 
Barjonas Demon[Damon?] 
John Burnap 



Engage- 
ment 



1780 
Oct. 27 



Days 



Wages 
due 



17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
10 
10 
11 
11 
10 
11 
11 
11 
26 



4.10. 8 
3. 9.11 
1. 6.11 
1. 6.11 
0.15. 7 
1. 2. 8 
1. 2. 8 
1. 2. 8 



1. 2. 8 

1. 2. 8 

1. 2. 8 

1. 2. 8 

1. 2. 8 

1. 2. 8 

1. 2. 8 

1. 2. 8 

1. 2. 8 

1. 2. 8 

1. 2. 8 

1. 2. 8 

1. 2. 8 

1. 2. 8 

1. 2. 8 

1. 2. 8 

1. 2. 8 

1. 2. 8 

1. 2. 8 



Miles 


Travel 


12 


0.4.0 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 


12 


4. 



Total 



4.15. 8 
3.13.11 

1.11. 2 
1.10.11 

19. 7 

1. 6. 8 

1. 6. 8 

1. 6. 8 

1. 6. 8 

1. 6. 8 

1. 6. 8 

1. 6. 8 

1. 6. 8 

1. 6. 8 

1. 6. 8 

1. 6. 8 

1. 6. 8 

6. 8 

17. 4 

17. 4 

18. 8 
18, 8 

17. 4 

18. 8 
18. 8 
18. 8 

1.18. 8 



1 



Captain's rations, 17 days 
Lieutenants' Do " " 



;^1. 2. 8 
11. 4 



A true pay roll. 



Attest, 



;^38. 7. 3 
Joshua Hazen, Capt. 



Norwich, June 9, 1781. Then personally appeared Capt. 
Joshua Hazen of Hartford and made oath to the within Pay Roll 
that it was made according to the best of his judgement. 

Before me, Nathl. Brown, Justice of Peace. 

Bennington, 22 June, 1781. Examined and approved and the 



296 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Treasurer is requested to pay the same, being thirty-eight pounds 
seven shillings and three pence. 

^- T, r Committee. 

Timo. Brownson, f 

June 25, 1781. Reed, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, the contents of 
this order. 

;^38.7.3 Elihu Burton. 



[267] 



[^Capf. Sa?nuel Allen's Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Samuel Allen's Company of Volunteers 
raised by order of Brig. Genl. Allen, commencing the 13th Oct. 
1780 and ending the 4th day of Nov. 1780, inclusive, the money 
being due from the State of Vermont. 



Names 


When 
enterec 


When 
I left 




Per 

month 


Amt. 
wages 


00 


Total 








Q 







% 






1780 












Capt. Saml. Allen 


Oct. 13 


Nov. 4 


23 


8.0.0 


2. 6.2 


50 


7.17. 6 


Lt. Isaac Martin 




k( ci 


23 


5.8.0 


4. 2.5 


24 


4.19. 9 


" Lemuel Roberts 




(( a 


23 


5.8.0 


.4. 2.5 


36 


5. 0. 9 


Serfft. David Parkhill 




a a 


23 


2.8.0 


1 .16.5 


24 


1.18. 5 


" Asa Jackson 




U t( 


23 


2.8.0 


1 .16.5 


40 


1.19. 9 


" Jethro Jackson 




11 (I 


23 


2.8.0 


1 .16.5 


40 


1.19. 9 


" Sylvanus Brown 




1( < i 


23 


2.8.0 


1 .16.5 


24 


1.18. 5 


Corpl. Eben"^ Charley 




i ( t ( 


23 


2.4.0 


1 .13.6 


24 


1.15. 6 


" Weight Wright 




<( (< 


23 


2.4.0 


1 .13.6 


24 


1.15. 6 


" Jonah Ives 




( ( If 


23 


2.4.0 


1 .13.6 


40 


1.16.10 


Reuben Post 




1 1 W 


23 


2.4.0 


1 .13.6 


24 


1.15. 6 


Fifer Z%x^ Dewey 




a <i 


23 


2 4.0 


1 .13.6 


24 


1.15. 6 


Jeremiah Briggs 




u ( i 


23 


2.0.0 


1 .10.8 


36 


1.13. 8 


Edmund Bacon 




( t It 


23 


2.0.0 


1 .10.8 


36 


1.13. 8 


Aaron Beach 




U d 


23 


2. 


1 .10.8 


24 


1.12. 8 


Oliver Bell 




(i a 


23 


2. 


1 .10.8 


50 


1.14.10 


Joseph Chipman 




41 M 


23 


2. 


1 .10.8 


24 


1.12. 8 


Clement Clark 




(( t ( 


23 


2. 


1 .10.8 


40 


1.14. 


Nathan Crary . 




U (1 


23 


2. 


1 .10.8 


36 


1.13. 8 


Samuel Chipman 




If (1 


23 


2. 


1 .10.8 


50 


1.14.10 


Moses Corbins 




1( t( 


23 


2. 


1 .10.8 


50 


1.14.10 


James Cathing 




i( t 1 


23 


2. 


1 .10.8 


50 


1.14.10 


Elias Crary 




(( 1( 


23 


2. 


1 .10.8 


36 


1.14.10 


Luther Dury 




It < t 


23 


2. 


1 .10.8 


24 


1.13. 8 


V Josiah Edy 




(i ( ( 


23 


2. 


1 .10.8 


50 


1.12. 8 


Chauncy Graves 




(» U 


23 


2. 


1 .10.8 


50 


1.14.10 


Nathaniel Hamilton 




ii ( ( 


23 


2. 


1 .10.8 


50 


1.14.10 


Reuben Ives 




U if 


23 


2- 


1 .10.8 


40 


1.14.10 


Philemon Johnson 




(( U 


23 


2. 


1 .10.8 


50 


1.14.10 


Benoni Kinney 




( ( f ( 


23 


2. 


1 .10.8 


40 


1.14.10 


Miles Leat 


L L L • 


«i *( 


23 


2. 


1 .10.8 


50 


1.14.10 


Isaac Mead 




a u 


23 


2. 


1 .10.8 


24 

1 


1.12. 8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



297 



Names 


When 
enterec 


When 
I left 


^ to 


Per 

month 


Amt. 
wages 


m 


Total 




1780 










Saml. McConnell 


Oct. 13 


Nov. 4 


t 23 


2. 


1.10.8 


24 


1.12. 8 


Glover Nicholson 






1 1 i 


' 33 


2. 


1.10.8 


50 


1.14.10 


Elias Post 






(1 1 


' 23 


2. 


1.10.8 


24 


1.12. 8 


Charles Roys 






« 1 ( 


• 23 


2. 


1.10.8 


50 


1.14.10 


Stephen Roys 






(1 ( 


• 23 


2. 


1.10.8 


50 


1.14.10 


Samuel Sheldon 






(1 i 


' 23 


2. 


1.10.8 


24 


1.12. 8 


Artemas Southworth 






<i 1 


' 23 


2. 


1.10.8 


50 


1.14.10 


Geshor Southworth 






U 1 


' 23 


2. 


1.10.8 


50 


1.14.10 


Eben^ Tuttle 






(1 1 


' 23 


2. 


1.10.8 


36 


1.13. 8 


Henry White 






^^ . 


' 23 


2. 


1.10.8 


36 


1 13. 8 


Jonathan Whipple 






( ( I 


' 23 


2. 


1.10.8 


24 


1.12. 8 


Jedediah Williams 






H i 


' 23 


2. 


1.10.8 


36 


1.13. 8 








;^ 88. 19. 10 



Attest, 



Samuel Allen, Capt. 



Pay Table Office — The within roll being examined and ap- 
proved, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the same to 
Thomas Tolman, Paymaster, being the sum of Eighty-eight pounds 
nineteen shillings and ten pence in specie or other current money 
equivalent — the said paymaster to be accountable. 

Given at Arlington, June 7, 1781. 

Thos. Chittenden, ) ^ .^, 

' ^ "^ommittee. 



Timo. Brownson 



!' [ <=°- 



March '^0, 1783. 
^88.19.10 



Reed, the above in full. 

Thos. Tolman, Paymaster 



298 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[108] 



[Copt. Charles Parker s Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Chas. Parker's Company in Col. Samuel 
Herrick's Regiment of Volunteers, taking from the 12'''' of Octo- 
ber to the T^ of November. 



Names 



Clarke Parker, Capt. 
Timothy Abbot, Lt. 
Ezekiel Parker, Lt. 
Jona Gi'iswold, Sargt. 
John Cummins, Sergt. 
Cypron Herrick, " 
Jos. Potter, Corpl. 
Nathl. Wood, Corpl. 
W"' Popple. " 

Elnathan Hunt, Drm'' 
Benj. Herwood 
Levy Morgan 
Thomas Card 
Henry Matterson 
Caleb Matterson 
Ezalmon Wheeler 
W'" Heriuton 
Stephen Olin 
Richard Herinton 
Ja°. Willebar 
Jacob Beamheart 
Coon Runnols 
Paul Gammet 
Caleb Clark 
Roger Kinsley 
Henry Walbridge 
Sam I. Hayns 
Nathl. Graves 
W'" Roberts 
Ephraim Potter 
Saml. Welch 
Levi Wheeler 
Abner Nobles 
Josiah Bates 
Moses Barber 
Caleb Morgan 
Frederick Jewett 
Reuben Bennett 
Abraham Dunning 
Isaac Grover 
W-" Potter 



Eben' Ayre 



)ays 


Monthly 

wages 


Subsis- 
tence 


Proof of the Effective 






money 


- 


26 


6.18.10 


0.16.0 


Present, Capt. 1 


26 


4.18.10 


0. 8.0 


Lieut. 2 


26 


4.18.10 


0. 8.0 


Sergt. 3 


26 
26 


2. 1. 7 
2. 1. 7 




Corpl. 3 
Drm- 1 


1.12.0 


26 


2. 1. 7 




Privates, 31 


26 


1.19.10 




— 


26 


1.19.10 




Total, 41 


26 


1.19.10 






26 


1.19.10 






26 


1.19.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 




- 


26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 






26 


1.14.10 








^85. 0. 5 






2. 9. 8 







REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 299 

Sum total to be paid in silver or gold, or old way- 
Wheat at 4/ per bushel. ^85. 0.5 

1.12.0 



;^86.12.5 
Saml. Herrick, Colonel. 

N. B. — ^2.9.8 to he added. to the the warrant for Eben'' Ayre, 
omitted thro' mistake. Thos. Chittenden, ) ^^ 

JohnFassett, '[Committee. 

We do solemnly swear by the Everliving God, that the within 
pay roll is a true state of the company, according to the best of 
our knowledge, without fraud to this State. So help me God. 
Bennington, Nov. 17, 1780. Clarke Parker. Capt. 

Timothy Abbot, Lieut. 

Bennington, Nov. 22, 1780. The above named Clarke Parker 
and Timothy Abbot personally appeared made solemn oath that 
the within pay roll was just aud true. Before 

Moses Robinson, Judge. 

June 1^*, 1781. When this roll was made, the traveling fee 
allowed by the General Assembly was not known. Therefore for 
the purpose of its being now added to each man, I do hereby certify 
that Capt. Clarke Parker's" compan 3^ upon an average travelled 
sixty-three miles each from their respective homes, which at 4'^ 
per mile is 21/ per man. Timo. Abbot, Lieut. 

To the Hon. Com^^ of Pay Table. 

Amt. pay and subsistence . . . . £^ 86.12.5 
Milage at 15/ per man .... 30.15.0 

;^117. 7.5- 

Pay Table Office. The within pay roll being examined and 

approved, the" Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the same to 

Thomas Tolman, Paymaster, being the sum of One Hundred and 

seventeen pounds seven shillings and five pence in specie or other 

current money equivalent. Given at Arlington, June 7, 1781. 

Thos. Chittenden, ) ^ ... 

^. -o 'V Committee. 

T.imo. Brownson, j 

^117.7.5. Add for E. Ayre 2.9.8. 

Reed, the above in full. March 20, 1782. 

Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



300 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[120] 



\Capt. Nathaniel Bianchard's Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Nathl. Bianchard's Company of Militia in 
Col. Ebenezer Allen's Regiment in the State of Vermont, for an 
alarm commencing the 12^'' of October, 1780, and ending the 12"^ 
Nov. following. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Per 

mile 


Subsist- 
ence 
per day 


Pay per 
month 


Total 


Nathl. Blanchard, Capt. 


30 


21 


4d 


0.1.4 


8. 0.0 


10. 7.0 


Danl. Smith, Lt. 


30 


24 


4 


0.0.8 


5.10.0 


6.16.0 


EHsha Wrigcht. En. 


26 


20 


4 


0.0.8 




5.17.4 


Roswell Post, Jr., Clerk 


30 


36 


4 


2.8 


2. 8.0 


3. 0.0 


Abner Mead, Sergt.- 


26 


21 


4 


2.8 


2. 8 


2. 8.7 


Amasa Blanchard, Sergt. 


30 


21 


4 


2.8 


2. 8 


2.15.0 


Benj. Johnson, " 


30 


30 


4 


2.8 


2. 8 


2.18.0 


David Parkhill, 


37 


12 


4 


2.8 


2. 4 


0.15.1 


John Smith, Corpl. 


30 


24 


4 


2.4 


2. 4 


2.12.0 


Waight Wright, 


70 


12 


4 


2.4 


2. 4 


0.14.0 


Joel Roberts, " 


30 


24 


4 


2.4 




2.12.0 


B. Garnsey Roots, " 


27 


22 


4 




2. 


2. 5.4 


Neh'' Whipple 


30 


33 


4 


2. 


3. 


2.11.0 


Zenas Ross 


30 


33 


4 


2. 


2. 


2.11.0 


Stephen Mead 


30 


30 


4 


2. 


2. 


2.10.0 


Simeon Wright, Jr. 


30 


30 


4 


2. 


2. 


2.10.0 


Eben' Pratt 


30 


25 


4 


2. 


2. 


2. 8.4 


David Whipple 


30 


30 


4 


2. 


2. 


2.10.0 


Jona. Whipple 


7 


12 


4 


2. 


2. 


0.13.4 


Saml. Sheldon 


7 


12 


4 


2. 


2. 


0.13.4 


Eben'- Tuttle 


7 


12 


4 


2. 


2. 


0.13.4 


Joseph Chipman 


7 


12 


4 


2. 


2. 


2.13.4 


Henry White 


7 


12 


4 


2. 


2. 


2.13.4 


Isaac Mead 


7 


12 


4 


2. 


2. 


2.13.4 


Neh*" Gates 


25 


20 


4 


2. 


2. 


2. 0.0 


Moses Pratt 


30 


30 


4 


2. 


2. 


2.12.0 


Eben"^ Stearns 


30 


24 


4 


2. 


2. 


2. 8.0 


Saml. Murdock 


30 


24 


4 


2. 


2. 


2. 8.0 


Henry Mead 


30 


30 


4 


2. 


2. 


2.12.0 


Joshua Pratt 


30 


10 


4 


2. 


2. 


2. 3.4 


John Moses, Jr. 


30 


24 


4 


2. 


2. 


2. 8.0 


Silas Pratt, Jr. 


30 


33 


4 


2. 


2. 


2.11.0 


Joel Smith 


30 


34 


4 


2. 


2. 


2. 8.0 


Solomon Purdy 


30 


24 


4 


2. 


2. ' 


2. 8.0 


Shubel Moses 


•20 


16 


4 


2. 


2. 


1.12.0 


George Alford 


30 


33 


4 


2. 


2. 


2.11.0 


Saml. Wiswall 


18 


20 


4 


2. 


2. 


1.10.8 


Dan Gideons 


30 


24 


4 


2. 


2. 


2. 8.0 


Jabesh Gideons 


30 


24 


4 


2. 


2. 


2. 8.0 


Benj. Whipple 


15 


20 


4 


2. 


2. 


1. 6.8 


Aaron Miller 


30 


30 


4 


2. 


2. 


2.10.0 


Aaron Reed 


30 


30 


4 


2. 


2, 


2.10.0 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



301 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Per 
mile 


Subsist- 
ence 
per day 


Pay per 

month 


Total 


David Kingsley 


15 


20 


4d 


2. 


2. 


1. 6.8 


Elihu Johnson 


16 


15 


4 


2. 


2. 


1. 6.4 


Hezekiah Tuttle 


15 


24 


4 


2. 


2. 


I. 8.0 


Zebulon Mead, Jr. 


6 


17 


4 


2. 


2. 


0.14.0 


Saml. Gary 


15 


16 


4 


2. 


2. 


1. 5.4 


W" [Willard] Umphrey 


6 


10 


4 


2. 


2. 


0.11.4 


John Ellis 


8 


10 


4 


2. 


2. 


0.14.0 


Jona. Sweet 


6 


8 


4 


2. 


2, 


0.10.8 


Simeon Wright 


20 


2 


4 


2. 


2. 


1.14.0 


John Johnson 


6 


8 


4 


2. 


2. 


0.10.8 


Ezra Mead 


6 





4 


2. 


2. 


1. 1.4 


Abel Wrig-ht 


30 


33 


4 


2. 




2.11.0 


Isaac Martin 


7 










0.13.4 



Pay Table Office, May 30, 1781. The within pay roll is exam- 
ined and approved and the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the 
same, being one hundred and twelve pounds, seventeen shillings 

and ten pence. Thomas Chittenden, } ^ ... 

T.-f T-, r \_.ommitiee. 

imothy Brownson, \ 

Reed. May 30, 1781, of the Treasurer, one hundred and twelve 
pounds seventeen shillings and ten pence, being the contents of 
the above order. 

;^112.17.10 Nathl. Blanchard, Capt. 

♦Note. — Footing of column cut oflf in binding. 

[367] \Detachment under Ensign Williafn Hoar'\ 

A Pay Roll of Milage and wages of a militia company, com- 
manded by Ens'' Hoar, from Oct. 23*^ to Nov. 4, 1780. 



Names 



W" Hoar, En. 
John Smith, Serert. 
W" Hosmer, '^ 
Peter Tarbell, Corpl. 
Oliver Atwood, " 
Asa Ames 
David Brooks 
Robert Campbell 
George Earl, Jr. 
Artemas Earl 
Abner Gile 
Nathan Gile 
Job Gleason 
Jona. GosB 



Miles 


Per 


Amt. 


Time in 


mile 


travel 


service 


60 


4d 


1.0.0 


13 


60 


4 






13 


60 


4 






13 


60 


4 






13 


60 


4 






13 


60 


4 






13 


60 


4 






13 


60 


4 






13 


60 


4 






13 


60 


4 






13 


60 


4 






13 


60 


4 






13 


60 


4 






13 


60 


4 






13 



Total 



3. 6 
2. 1 
2. 1 

1.18 
1.18 
1.17 
1.17 
1.17 
1.17 
1.17 
1.17 
1.17 
1.17 
1.17 



10 
8 
8 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



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302 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 



John Goss 
Johnson Hutchinson 
Charles Mann 
Amos Sar^eant 
Nathl. Stone 



Miles 


Per 


Amt. 


Time in 


mile 


travel 


service 


60 


4d 


1 


13 


60 


4 




13 


60 


4 




13 


60 


4 




13 


60 


4 




13 



Total 



1.17. 4 

1.17. 4 

1.17. 4 

1.17. 4 

1.17. 4 

37. 8. 4 

0. 8. 8= 



£'61.18.0 



Pay Table Office. — The within Pay Roll examined and 
approved and the ^I'reasurer is directed to pay the same to Ensign 
William Hoar, or bearer, being the sum of thirty seven-pounds 
eighteen shillings lawful monev. 

Windsor, April 6, 1781. Thos. Chittenden, l p„^,^..._ 

John Fassett, \ '-O'^^^^^ee 

Reed, of Ira Allen, Esq. Treasurer, thirty-seven pounds 
eighteen shillings in full of the within account. Reed this 6**^ day 
of April, 1781, in behalf of Thomas Chandler, Esq. 

Reuben Jones. 



[289] 



[Ca//. James Andersoji s Company (parf)^ 



A Pay Roll of Men out of Capt. James Anderson's Company of 
Militia in Col. Eben'' Wood's Regiment, beginning Oct. 25, 1780, 
and ending Nov. 7, 1780. 



Names 



Sergt. Robt. Montgomery 
James Mack 
Archibald Mack 
Jona. Aiken 
John Mack 
John Roger 
Andrew Anderson 
John Macomack 



Days 


Per 
day 


Miles 


Per 

mile 


13 


1.8 


77 


4d 


13 


1.4 


70 


4 


13 


1.4 


70 


4 


13 


1.4 


72 


4 


13 


1.4 


76 


4 


13 


1.4 


70 


4 


13 


1.4 


74 


4 


13 


1.4 


72 


4 



Total 



2 8. 2 

2. 0. 8 

2. 0. 8 

2. 1. 4 

2. 2. 8 

2. 0. 8 

2. 2. 

2. 1. 4 

^16.17. 6 



Robert Montgomery, Sergt. 

Examined by Thos. Tolman. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



303 



,ommittee. 



Pay Table Office. The within Pay Roll examined and approved 
and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Sergt. Robert 
Montgomery or bearer, being the sum of sixteen pounds seventeen 
shillings and six pence, lawful money. 

Thos. Chittenden, ) ,, 
John Fassett, j 

Reed. 28th May, 1781, of the Treasurer, the contents of the 
within Pay Roll. Pr me, 

;^16.17.6. Robert Montgomery. 

[138, dupl 335] [Ca/f. Nathaniel Smith's Company] 

A Pay Roll of-Capt. Nathl. Smith's Company of Militia in Col. 
Ira Allen's Regiment for service done in the months of Oct. and 
Nov. 1780. 



Names 


Days 


Travel 
30 miles 


Total 


Nathan'i Smith, Capt. 


18 


3 


6. 6. 


Enos Harmon, Lt. 


18 


3 


4.16. 4 


W™ Smith, Sergt. 


18 


3 


2.18. 9 


Stephen Eastman, " 


18 


3 


2 18. 9 


W" Spencer, 


18 


3 


2 18. 9 


Josiah Risdon, Corp. 


13 


2 


1.19. 


Eliph' Smith, 


5 


1 


0.17. 


David Tousley, " 


5 


1 


0.17. 


Dudley Hamilton 


11 


2 


1.14. 8 


Ashbel Sikes 


18 


3 


2.14. 


Saml. Thomas 


8 


1 


1. 0. 8 


Charles Hamilton 


8 


1 


1. 0. 8 


Jona. Church 


13 


2 


1.17. 4 


Benj. Davis 


■ 8 


1 


1. 0. 8 


Pliny Smith 


5 


1 


0.16. 8 


Jona. Eastman 


5 


1 


0.16. 8 


Calvin Eastman 


8 


1 


1. 0. 8 


Oliver Eastman 


5 


1 


0.16. 8 


Bill. Tousley 


13 


2 


1.17. 4 


Solomon Read 


11 


2 


1.14. 8 


Lebbens Stannard 


5 




0. 6. 8 


Onesimus Risdon 


5 


1 


0.16. 8 




;^41. 5. 7 



Rupert, 17 March, 1781 



Nathan^ Smith, Capt. 



304 STATE OF VERMONT 

For Rations not drawn in the Fall Alarm £, 1.16.0 

41. 0.7 

;£43. 1.7 

This Roll being calculated at ;^8 per 30 days for a captain, 
5/10 for Lieutenant, ;£%. 8 for sergeant, 2.4 for corporals, and ;,{^2 for 
privates, with 4"^ per mile for 30 miles by general estimate from here 
to Castleton. 

The within payroll examined aad approved and the Treasurer 
is directed to pay the same, which is forty-three pounds one shil- 
ling and seven pence. Thos. Chittenden, \ p 

Timoy Brownson, f 

Pay Table Office, 29 May, 1781. 

Date above received the contents of the above order. 
^43.1.7 Noah Smith, Capt. 



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Martin Marble 
Roger Holcomb 
Uriah Harmon 
John Harmon 
Jos. Ohurchel 
Roswell Barnes 
Asa Barnes 
Moses Barnes 
Umph Negro 
Joua. Holcomb 
Eben"^ Barker 
Lot Fuller 
Roger Savage 
Moses Bush 
Gideon King 
Eben' Stevens 
Solomon Ranst'ord 
W'" Manley, Jr. 
Phineas Royce 
Moses Royce 
John Concopatts 
A. Concopatts 
Moses Thangokeheek 
Saml. Littleman 
Benj. Pye 
Hend'' Seekheek 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



307 



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Berkshire, ss. Sheffield, April 18, 1781. Personally appeared Capt Enoch Noble and made 
oath to the above pay roll before me. W°^ Goodrich, Justice of Peace. 


the Treas- 
being the 

mittee. 




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ay roll examined and i 

loch Noble or bearer, 

hillings and nine pence 

Timo. Bro 

John Stroi 


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e, 22d June, 1781. The with 

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and twenty-one pounds twel 




-------- = =-- 








David Naunauneek 
Benj. Ephraim 
Jos. Usesulo 
Isaac Neham 
Isaac Wnaupeh 
Peter Tawpanpeet 
Jona Attoksin 
David Nesanankhuk 
Jacob Naunaupetonky 
Trias Oharp 
Cornelius Hukmuk 
Cornelius Whenuppan- 
suk 


State of Vermont. 

Pay Table Offic 
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sum of one hundred 

^121.12.9 



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STATE OF VERMONT 



[225, see last roll] [Major William Goodrich and Staffl 

A Field Officer's Roll for Continental Pay for Maj. William 
Goodrich, who by the desire and request of Governor Chittenden 
and Brig. Gen. Ethan Allen marched with troops in defense of the 
country and to guard the frontiers in the State of Vermont. 
Oct. 23, 1780. 



Names 


Per 

month 


Time of 
engage- 
ment 


Dis- 
charge 


Miles 




William Goodrich, Maj^ 
Danl. Johnson, Adj*. 
Tirao. Winchell, Qu. M^ 


15.0.0 

12.0.0 

8.0.0 


Oct. 23 


Nov. 4 
1 1 ii 


50 
60 
50 


17. 5.8 
6.14.8 
4. 9.8 

^28.10.0 



State of Vermont. Pay Table Office, June 22, 1781. 

The within account examined and approved and the Treasurer 

is hereby directed to pay the same unto Major William Goodrich, 

being twenty-eight pounds and ten shillings. 

Timo. Brownson, ) ^ ... 

T u 04. r Committee. 

John Strong, ) 



June 22, 1781. 
this order. 



;^28.10.0 



Reed, of I. Allen, Treasurer, the contents of 

Pr W. Goodrich 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



309 



[98] 



\Capt. Sa??iuel Williams' Company] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Saml. Williams' Company of Militia in 
Col. Eben'' Allen's Regiment for going on several alarms in 
October and November, 1780. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Wages 


Saml. Williams, Capt. 


30 


36 


8 12. 


Asa Fuller, Lt. 


30 


36 


6. 0. 


Gideon Walker, En. 


30 


36 


6. 0. 


Oliver Hermon, Clerk 


30 


36 


3. 0. 


Nathl. Perry, Sergt. 


30 


36 


3. 0. 


Isaiah Honawell, Sergt. 


30 


36 


3. 0. 


Jared Post, Sergt. 


30 


36 


3. 0. 


Ashbel Cook, Corpl. 


18 


24 


1.14. 3 


Jeremiah Dewey, Fifer 


7 


12 


13.11 


Amos Hiams 


12 


12 


1. 0. 


Jona. Carpenter 


18 


24 


1.12. 


Noah Beach 


12 


12 


1. 0. 


Gershom Beach, Jr. 


10 


12 


17. 4 


Aaron Beach 


7 


12 


13. 4 


John Scripture 


14 


12 


1. 2. 8 


Philip Green 


30 


36 


2.12. 


Elias Post 


7 


12 


13. 4 


Nathl. Pratt 


10 


12 


17. 4 


Frederick Cushman 


30 


36 


2.12. 


Reuben Post 


7 


12 


0.13. 4 


Joseph Hawley 


30 


36 


2.12. 


Josiah Hale 


7 


12 


13. 4 


Thos. Hale 


30 


36 


2.12 


Henry Strong 


30 


36 


2.12 


Phineas Hill 


30 


36 


2.12 


David Hill 


30 


36 


2.12 


Solomon Hill 


3 


10 


1. 4 


John Daggett 


30 


36 


2.12 


Alexander Bebee 


30 


36 


2.12 


Munson Cook 


20 


24 


1.14. 8 


Clement Clark 


7 


12 


13. 4 


Saml. Beach 


14 


12 


1. 2. 8 


Eben^ Cook 


20 


24 


1.14. 8 


Allen Beach 


7 


12 




Joseph Sacket 


30 


36 


2.12 


David Hawley 


2 


6 


4. 8 



310 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Wages 


Enos Ives, Jr. 


30 


36 


2.12 


Jared Ives 


18 


24 


1.12 


Saml. McConnell 


7 


12 


13. 4 


Miles Baldwin 


30 


36 


2.12 


Stephen Williams 


30 


36 


2.12 


John Hindman 


30 


36 


2.12 


Joseph Hustono 


14 


12 


1. 2. 8 


David Tuttle 


30 


36 


2.12. 


Sylvanus Brown 


7 


12 


13. 4 


Amasa Ladd 


14 


12 


1. 2. 8 


James Carpenter 


14 


12 


1. 2. 8 


Levi Long 


12 


12 


1. 0. 


Justin Brewster 


14 


12 


1. 2. 8 


John Frise 


10 


12 


17. 4 


Edward Waters 


20 


24 


1.14. 8 


Daniel Greenough 


10 


12 


17. 4 


Phineas Kingsley 


10 


12 


17. 4 


Eleazer Wheel ock 


10 


12 


17. 4 


Moses Andrews 


14 


12 


1. 2. 8 


Jehiel Andrews 


10 


12 


17. 4 


Archipus Blodgett 


4 


12 


9. 4 


Danl. Squire 


4 


12 


9. 4 


Nathl. Whitney 


4 


12 


9. 4 


John Ward 


4 


12 


9. 4 


Saml. Carr 


30 


36 


2.12 


John Rockwell 


3 


2 


4. 8 


James Bentley 


4 


12 


9. 4 


Nathl. Hinkley 


2 


6 


4. 8 


Isaac Cushman 


30 


36 


2.12 


John Forbes 


30 


36 


2.12 


John Andrews 


2 


12 


0. 6. 3 




;^120. 2. 2 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



311 



[342] [A Party under command of Ensign Solomon Calkins\ 

A Pay Roll for a party of men that served in the state service, 
by order, and under the inspection of Brig. Genl. Olcott, in the 
month of Nov. 1780. 



1 

Names 


Miles 


Days 


Total 


En. Solomon Calkins 


17 


3. 


12. 


3 


Sergt. Abel Crandall 




17 




6. 


4 


Corpl. Absalom Brown 


12 


26 




16. 


10 


" Charles Chaniberlin 




17 




8. 


1 


Phineas Bean 




26 




14. 


8 


Jona. Rich 




17 




2. 


8 


Zerah Norton 




26 




14. 


8 


Jona. Rich. Jr. 




26 




14. 


8 


James Ardway 




17 


J_ , 


2. 


8 


Frederick Smith 




26 




14. 


8 


Cushman Downer 


12 


26 


J-» 


18. 


8 


Richard Baxter 


12 


17 




6. 


8 


Abijah Howard 


12 


26 




18. 


8 


Jona. Cadwell 


12 


26 




18. 


8 


William Moor 


12 


17 




6. 


8 




.^^25. 


17. 


5 



A true pay roll. 



Solomon Calkins. 



Pay Table Office, Oct. 27, 1781. The v^ithin pay roll exam ined 
and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay to Solomon 
Calkins, or bearer, the within sum, being twenty five pounds, 
seventeen shillings and five pence, lawful money. 

Thos. Chandler, \ 
Timo. Brownson, > Com^^ 
John Strong, ) 

Date above received of the Treasurer the contents of the 
above order, being twenty-five pounds seventeen shillings and five 
pence, la";ful money. Reed in behalf of Solomon Calkins. 

Israel Smith. 



312 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[251] 



[A Party Commanded by Lieut. John Poweir\ 



A Pay Roll for a party of Men raised in Thetford and Strafford, 
under the command of Lt. John Powell, for one month. 
Bennington, Nov. 9, 1780. 





Days 




1 Lieut. 

1 Sergt. 

9 Privates 

1 Private 14 days 


Total, 


14 
14 
14 


5. 8. 

2. 8. 

18. 0. 

1. 0. 

^26. 16. 



John Powell, Lieut. 

The within Pay Roll examined and approved and the Treas- 
urer is directed to pay the same, which is twenty-six pounds 
sixteen shillings hard money, or equivalent in current paper. 

Thos. Chittenden, 
Timo. Browuson, 
John Fassett. 

Orford, 2 Jan. 1781. To the Treasurer of the State of Vermont : 
Sir — Please to discount ten pounds on the above order for 
Aaron Post's right in Vershire; ten pounds for John Powell's right; 
four pounds on John Woodwortht's right; two pounds sixteen 
shillings on Esq. Bartholomew's right, which is the whole of the 
order, and oblige, Yours, John Powell. 

Reed. Windsor, Feb. 23*^, 1781, of the Treasurer, the contents 
of the above order. 

^26. 16. John Powell. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



313 



[249] 



[Scouts from Capt. Cox's Company^ 



Pay Roll of Capt, Cox's Company of Militia, for Scouting on 
these Frontiers, Nov. 1780. 



Names 


Time of 
service 


Days 


Miles 


Per 

day 


Total 


Joseph Bejam 
Joseph Foster 
George Page 


Nov. 2 


2 
2 
2 


12 
12 
12 


1. 4 
1. 4 
1. 4 


0. 6. 8 
0. 6. 8 
0. 6. 8 

£1. 0. 



I attest the above rolls are without fraud to the public or any 
private person, Elias Keyes, Lieut. 

Pay Table Office, June 23, 1781. The within pay rolls exam- 

ined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same, 

being six pounds ten shillings. 

Timo. Brownson ) ^ 

T 1, 17 4.4- r Committee. 

John Fassett ) 

June 25, 1781. Reed, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, the contents of 
this order. 

£6. 10. Joseph Foster. 



314 



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STATE OF VERMONT 



See "ast roll] ^^^^^- >-^^^^ Tyler's ComJ>afiy] 

A Roll of milage money due unto Capt Joseph Tyler's Com- 
pany in six weeks service of the State of Vermont, being omitted 
in a former pay roll for the pay of s^ company. 



Names 


Miles 


P-- mile 


Total 


Joseph Tyler, Capt. 


65 


4d 


1. 1. 8 


Jona. Park, Lt. 


70 


4 


1. 3. 4 


Isaac Wheeler, En 


80 


4 


1. 6. 8 


Seth Hutson, Sergt 


75 


4 


1. 5. 


David Williams, Sergt 


90 


4 


1.10. 


Daniel Kise, " 


75 


4 


1. 5. 9 


David Heaton, " 


75 


4 


1. 5. 


Eph™ Barns, Corpl. 


65 


4 


1. 1. 8 


Thos. Haskell. 


80 


4 


1. 6. 8 


Rufus Shepard, 


90 


4 


1.10. 8 


Jona. Pike, 


80 


4 


1. 6. 8 


Asher Alvord, " 


80 


4 


1. 6. 8 


Peter Akins, 


60 


4 


1. 0. 


Jona. Whitney, " 


90 


4 


1.10. 


Samuel Parker 


90 


4 


1.10. 


Apollos Hale . 


90 


4 


1.10. 


Moses Church 


90 


4 


1.10. 


Saml. Laughton 


75 


4 


1. 5. 


Joel Knight 


75 


4 


1. 5. 


Abel Haven 


75 


4 


1. 5. 


Jno. Patterson 


75 


4 


1. 5. 


Arch"^ M<^Cormick 


60 


4 


1. 0. 


Jona. Clayton 


64 


4 


1. 1. 4 


Joshua Bridge 


75 


4 


1. 5. 


Elias Rice 


90 


4 


1.10. 


James Rail 


80 


4 


1. 6. 8 


Saml. Woodward 


90 


4 


1.10. 


Albert Pratt 


90 


4 


1.10. 


Nathl. Bartlet 


90 


4 


1.10. 


Eph"" Brucs 


70 


4 


1. 3. 4 


John Miller 


75 


4 


1. 5. 


Ab"^ Rugg 


80 


4 


1. 6. 8 


John Montgomery 


60 


4 


1. 0. 


Aaron Blanchard 


60 


4 


1. 0. 


Abner Moore 


75 


4 


1. 5. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



317 



Names 



Erastus Mather 
Eleazer Harris 
John Green 
Dana Hyde 
Seth Stow 
Charles Pierce 
Philm" Holden . 
Benoni Patten 
Nathan Foster 
Henry Balcom 
Araariah Taft 
Daniel Sweers 
David Laughton 
Abel Butler 



Miles 



P' mile 



90 


4 


90 


4 


75 


4 


75 


4 


75 


4 


75 


4 


75 


4 


75 


4 


75 


4 


70 


4 


65 


4 


75 


4 


75 


4 


75 


4 



Total 



1.10 



1.10 


1. 5 


1. 5. 


1. 5. 


1. 5. 


1. 5. 


1. 5. 


1. 5. 


1. 3. 4 


1. 1. 8 


1. 5. 


1. 5. 


1. 5. 


;^62.16.14 



This may certify that in a former Pay Roll of my company, no 
traveling fee was made; that the above roll now made is just, and 
that myself nor none of my officers or men drew any subsistence 
from the State on their march to or from the camp in the months 
of October and Nov. 1780, for which travel the above is made, ac- 
cording to the best of my knowledge. 

Attest, Joseph Tyler, Capt. 

Arlington, Nov. 24, 1781. Then personally appeared Maj. 
Joseph Tyler and made oath to the truth of the above. 

Before me, Saml. Fletcher, Asst. 

Pay Table Office, Sunderland, Aug. 18, 1783. The foregoing 
roll being examined and approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay 
the contents of the same to Thomas Tolman, Esq., Paymaster^ 
the sum of sixty-two pounds sixteen shillings and four pence, tak- 
ing his receipt. Timo. Brownson, | ^ 

1 T> .1 -J. r L-ommitiee 

ami. Bartlit, [ 

Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above order, 
Arlington, Oct. 2^ 1784. Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



318 



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[200] 



\^Capt. William Hutchins Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. William Hutchins' Company in Maj. 
Eben'' Allen's Detachment in the service of the State of Vermont. 
1780-1. 



Names 


Com- 
mence- 
ment 
of pay 


Expira- 
tion 
of pay 


Time 
in service 


Pay per 
month 


Total 




Mo. 


Days 




Wm. Hutchins, Capt. 


Jan, 


28 


Nov. BO 


10 


4 


8. 


81. 1.4 


James Brookins, Lt. 


Feb. 


Ist 


1( K 


10 




5.8 


54. 0.0 


Josiah Fish. Lt. 


Aug 


2 


1 ( 1 < 


3 


29 




21. 8.5 


John Hutchins, Sergt. 


Feb 


1 


1 ( 1 ( 


10 




2.8 


24. 0.0 


Daniel Wood, 


(( 


<i 


1 ( 11 


10 






24. 0.0 


Levi Hill. 


(1 


<' 


1 ( It 


10 






24. 0.0 


John Marks, " 


1 1 


26 


1 ( 1 < 


9 


4 




21.18.4 


Stephen Cleveland, 
















Q. M. sergt. 


<i 


1 


1( 1( 


10 






24. 0.0 


Nathl. Montague, Corp' 


(1 


18 


<< . 1 


9 


11 


2.4 


20.11.7 


EliPember, 


( ( 


1 


11 1 ( 


10 






22. 0.0 


Levi Dunton, " 


a 


(( 


1 ( 1 ( 


10 






22. 0.0 


Lem' Cleveland, " 


ti 


1 { 


1 < 11 


10 






22. 0.0 


Alpheus Wentworth, Drum"^ 


<t 


1 c 


11 11 


10 






22. 0.0 


Frederick Smith, fifer 


(( 


t ( 


11 11 


10 






22. 0.0 


Oliver Whipple, private 


t < 


1 1 


1 i 1 ( 


10 




2. 


20. 0.0 


Nathan Clapp 


<< 


11 


I ( 1 < 


10 






20. 0.0 


Peter Payne 


(( 


(1 


11 It 


10 






20. 0.0 


Rufus Perrigo 


( ( 


(< 


11 It 


10 






20. 0.0 


Darius Moon 


c< 


<1 


11 11 


10 






20. 0.0 


Anthony Coffee 


i i 


i 1 


11 It 


10 






20. 0.0 


John Miller 


< t 


1 < 


11 11 


10 






20. 0.0 


Levi Stockwell 


t ( 


(1 


It It 


10 






20. 0.0 


Gardner Cleveland 


(i 


20 


1 ( 1 ( 


9 


10 




18.13.4 


Isaac Buck 


1 1 


19 


1 ( 1< 


9 


11 




18.14.8 


Thomas Brown 


11 


20 


It 11 


9 


10 




18.13.4 


William Branch 


n 


19 


(< It 


9 


11 




18.14.8 


Jonas Odell 


1( 


19 


t ( 11 


9 


11 




18.14.8 


James Weston 


(1 


26 


t 1 l' 


9 


4 




18. 5.4 


James Pierce 


(( 


ii 


C( It 


9 


4 




18. 5.4 


George Bay 


1 ( 


CI 


It (t 


9 


4 




18. 5.4 


Louden Benton 


< ( 


11 


It 11 


9 


4 




18. 5.4 


Jona. House 


<i 


19 


It t< 


9 


11 




18.14.8 


Henry Wyman 


it 


26 


It 11 


9 


4 




18. 5.4 


Sterling Stearns 


t % 


c< 


H It 


9 


4 




18. 5.4 


Abel Dunning 


i < 


1 


It It 


10 






20. 0.0 


Benj. Parks 


t( 


19 


It It 


9 


11 




18.14.8 


William Wheeler 


11 


(1 


It It 


9 


11 




18.14.8 


Rufus Briggs 


Mar. 


1 


It If 


9 






18. 0.0 


William Mallery 


t ( 


ii 


t( It 


9 






18. 0.0 


Wyman Averill 


(( 


(( 


It It 


9 






18. 0.0 


Elijah Rood 


Feb. 


17 


It It 


9 


18 




19. 4.0 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



321 



Names 


Com- 
mence- 
ment 
of pay 


Expira- 
tion 
of pay 


Time 
in service 


Pay per 
month 


Total 


• 


Mo. 


Days 




James Hanley 


Feb. 26 


Nov. 30 


9 


4 




18. 5.4 


Jona. Olds 


1 


( C It 


10 






20. 0.0 


Truman Walter 


11 <t 




10 






20. 0.0 


Ichabod Downing 


(1 ( t 




10 






20. 0.0 


W'" Hutchinson 


" 19 




9 


11 




18.14.8 


W»' Briggs 


^' 1 




10 






20. 0.0 


Eben'^ Barns 


1 < (1 




10 






20. 0.0 


Oliver Wright 


" 26 




9 


4 




18. 5.4 


Jesse Averill 


(1 1 1 




9 


4 




18. 5.4 


Silas Hathaway 


1 




10 






20. 0.0 


Thomas Turner 


Mar. 1 




9 






18. 0.0 


Eph'" Westcoat 


Feb. 1 




10 






20. 0.0 


Benj. Winchester 


Jan. 1 




6 






12. 0.0 


Benj. Sweet 


Mar 1 




9 






18. 0.0 


James Hoyt 


June 1 




G 






12. 0.0 


John Pratt 


May 1 




7 






14. 0.0 


Stephen Pratt 


(1 11 




7 






14. 0.0 


Anthony Farr 


Feb. 19 




9 


11 




18.14.8 


Stephen Jenkins 


1 




10 






20. 0.0 


John Aylesworth 


Sept. 14 




2 


16 




5. 1.4 


James Pratt 


" 16 




2 


14 




4.18.8 


Sam' Pratt 


" 24 




2 


6 




4.18.0 


Silas Roberts 


( ( It 




2 


6 




4.18.0 


Eben" Spencer 


Mar. 2 


1 


8 


29 




17.18.8 


Isaac March 


Sept. 29 




2 


2 




4. 2.8 


William Burrip 


(1 tt 




2 


2 




4. 2.8 


Tho' Eeed 


Feb. 1 




10 






20. 0.0 







Total ^ 1322. 15.8 

Capt. Hutchins' subsistence 10 mo. 4 days @ 40/ 

per month 20. 5.4 

L' Brookins' Do. 10 mos. @ 20/ 10. 0.0 

L' Fish's D" 3 " 29 days @ 20/ 3.19.4 



£1^^7. 0.4 



Attest, William Hutchins, Capt. 

Arlington, Feb. 2, 1781. Then personally appeared Capt. 
William Hutchins and made solemn oath that this pay roll, which 
he has signed, is a just and true roll, without fraud to the State of 
Vermont or any individual, according to his best knowledge. 
Before me, Thomas Chittenden, Governor 

Pay Table Office ) The within Pay Roll being examined and 

No. 47 i" approved, the Treasurer is hereby directed to 

pay the same to Thomas Tolman (Paymaster to the Troops of this 

[21J 



322 



STATE OF VERMONT 



State) being the sum of one thousand three hundred and fifty- 
seven pounds and four pence, in hard money or other cur- 
rency, money equivalent, the said Paymaster to be accountable. 
Given at Arlington this 2nd day of February, 1781. 

Tho' Chittenden, I ^ 

T , -r, .^ ' r Committee. 

John Fassett, \ 

Received the within in full. March 20, 1782. 

;^13o7.0.4 Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 

[264] [^Capt. Parinelee Allen s Company\ 

Pay Roll of Capt. Parmelee Allen's Company of Rangers, Maj. 
Ebene. Allen's Detachment, raised for the defense of the State of 
Vermont, commencing Feb. 1st, and ending the 1st of December, 
A. D. 1780. both days included. 



Names and Eank 


Com- 
mence 

ment 
of pa^ 


Time 
- of service 


Pay 

per 
month 


When 
dis- 
charged 


Amount 
of pay 












^ Mos. 


Days 




D 






1780 












Capt. Parmelee Allen 


Feb.^ 


1 10 




8.0.0 


Dec. 1 


80. 0.0 


Lt Nathl. Holmes 




' 10 




5.8 




54. 0.0 


" James Smith 




' 10 




5.8 




54. 0.0 


Sergt. (Tabez Warren 




' 10 




2.8 




24. 0.0 


Thomas Tuttle 




' 10 




2.8 




24. 0.0 


Saml. Smith 




' 10 




2.8 




24. 0.0 


" Joseph Lawrence 




' 10 




2.8 




24. 0.0 


Fifer Bishop Warren 




' 10 




2.4 




22. 0.0 


Drm. Stephen Savy 




' 10 




2.4 




22. 0.0 


Corpl. Jona. Marshall 




< 10 




2.4 




22. 0.0 


Daniel Foot 




' 10 




2.4 




22. 0.0 


" John Blanchard 




10 




2.4 




22. 0.0 


" Nathan Rowley 




' 10 




2.4 




22. 0.0 


John How 




' 10 




2.4 




20. 0.0 


Isaac Adams 




' 10 




2.4 




20. 0.0 


Silas Fletcher 




' 10 




2.4 




20. 0.0 


Eleazer Mallory 




' 10 




2.4 




20. 0.0 


Martin Foot 




' 10 




2.4 




20. 0.0 


James Woodward 


t ( ( 


' 10 




2.4 




20. 0.0 


Pharis Rice 




' 10 




2.4 




20. 0.0 


Philemon Johnson 




' 10 




2.4 




20. 0.0 


Nathan Warren 




' 10 




2.4 




20. 0.0 


Benj. Ticknor 




' 10 




2.4 




20. 0.0 


Solomon Wood 




' 10 




2.4 




20. 0.0 


Richard Haskins 




' 10 




2.4 




20. 0.0 


Timo. Clark 




' 10 




2.4 




20. 0.0 


2'' Eben. Woodward 




' 10 




2.4 




20. 0.0 


Joseph Aaron 




' 10 




2.4 




20. 0.0 


Joseph Craw 




4 




2.4 


Died 
June 10 


8. 0.0 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



323 



Names and Rank 


Com- 
mence- 
ment 
of pay 


Time 
of service 


1 

Pay 

per 
month 


When 
dis- 
charged 


Amount 
of pay 


• 










Mos. 


Days 










1780 












Samuel Holmes 


Feb. 1 


10 




2.4 


Dec. 1 


20. 0.0 


Hopkins Rowley 


ti 1 i 


10 




2.4 


it 11 


20. 0.0 


Azariel Brooks" 


'( !• 


10 




2.4 


(1 1 ( 


20. 0.0 


Asa Hale 


(( ( 1 


10 




2.4 


.1 (I 


20. 0.0 


Jesse Graves 


4( <l 


10 




2.4 


1 ( ( ( 


20. 0.0 


Jon" Newton 


11 <l 


10 




2.4 


(1 (1 


20. 0.0 


Edward Mooren 


" 10 


9 


20 


2.4 


1 ( 11 


19. 6.8 


Miles Woolman 


1 ( 1 ( 


9 


20 


2.4 


(( '1 


19. 6.8 


Ebene. Lewis 


<• > ( 


9 


20 


2.4 


<i 1 1 


19. 6.8 


Jona. Tyler 


«' <( 


9 


20 


2.4 


(1 11 


19. 6.8 


Benj. Andrus 


{ ( ( ( 


9 


20 


2.4 


1 ( 11 


19. 6.8 


Amos Bennet 


(1 > ( 


2 


20 


2.4 


Deserted 
May 1 


5. 6.8 


William Graves 


" 20 


9 


10 


2.4 


Dec. 1 


18.13.4 


John Odell 


" 20 


9 


10 


2.4 


1 < ( . 


18.13.4 


Ira Rood 


11 ( ( 


9 


10 


2.4 


(1 if 


18.13.4 


John Byington 


• < It 


1 


10 


2.4 


Deserted 
Aug. 1 


2.13.4 


Bethuel Brumbley 


Mar. 1 


9 





2.4 


Dec. 1 


18. 0.0 


Zebina Day 


1 1 ( ( 


9 





2.4 


11 1 ( 


18. 0.0 


Anthony Day 


<< (i 


9 





2.4 




18. 0.0 


Moses Ambler 


1 < i< 


9 


10 


2.0.0 


<( ( > 


18. 0.0 


John Zertzy [Teitzy] 


i( 11 


9 


10 


2.0.0 


(( ( ( 


18. 0.0 


Jabez Spencer 


>i (1 


9 


10 


2.0.0 


1 1 11 


18. 0.0 


Ebene. Woodward 


i( . < 


9 


10 


2.0.0 


<( II 


18. 0.0 


John Christee 


. ( 11 


9 


10 


2.0.0 


1 ( (( 


18. 0.0 


Seth Harman [Hinman] 


" 6 


8 


24 


2.0.0 


(( >( 


17.12.0 


Frederick Hurd 


It 11 


8 


24 


2.0.0 


1 ( <i 


17.12.0 


Waliis Sunderland 


1 ( (< 


8 


24 


2.0.0 


(1 < i 


17.12.0 


Freeman Foot 


(1 (1 


8 


24 


2.0.0 


( t 11 


17.12.0 


Waterman Eells 


<1 •! 


8 


24 


2.0.0 


11 11 


17.12.0 


Chauncey Abbot 


April 1 


8 


24 


2.0.0 


II ii 


16.12.0 


Reuben Smith 


May " 


7 


24 


2.0.0 


(( 1 ( 


14.12.0 


Plin Stanard 


(( 1 ( 


7 


24 


2.0.0 


<( '! 


14.12.0 


Asaph Shelden 


Sept. 1 


3 


24 


2.0.0 


<1 1 ( 


6.12.0 


Phineas Smith 


1 ( 1 ( 


3 


24 


2.0.0 


(( 11 


6.12.0 


Joseph Cook 


" 10 


o 


20 


2.0.0 
To 


11 11 

tal— 


5. 6.8 




;^1298.13.4 



324 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Account of Subsistence Money due from the State of Vermont 
to the officers of Capt. Parmelee Allen's Company from Feb. 1st. 
till Dec. 1st. 1780. 



Capt. Parmelee Allen 
Lt. Nathl. Holmes 
" James Smith 




Total amount of pay and subsistence money, ;;^1338.13.4 

Attest, Parmelee Allen, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, The within Pay Roll being examined and 
approved in this office, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the 
same to Thomas Tolman, Paymaster to the troops of this State, 
being the sum of one thousand three hundred and thirty-eight 
pounds, thirteen shillings and four pence, in hard money or other 
currency equivalent, taking his receipt. 

Given at Arlington, this 8th. day of Jan. 1781. 

Thos. Chittenden, ) Committee. 
Timo. Brownson, \ 

Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above in full, 

March 20, 1782. 

^1338.13.4 Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



325 



[148] 



[^Capt. Jesse Safford's Company\ 



Pay Roll of Capt. Jesse Safford's Company of Rangers, Maj. 
Eben"" Allen's Detachment, raised for the defence of the State of 
Vermont, commencing Jan. 18 and ending the l^* of December, 
A. D, 1780, both days included. 





Com- 


Time of ser- 


Pay 


When 




Names 


mence- 
ment of 


vice 


per 
month 


dis- 
charged 


Total 












pay 


Months 


Days 




Dec. P' 




Capt. Jesse Safford 


Jan. 


18 


10 


12 


8.0.0 


83. 4.0 


Lt. Zebulon Lyon 


July 


27 


4 


4 


5.8.0 


( t ( < 


22. 6.4 


Lt. Moses Evens 


Jan. 


18 


10 


12 


5.8.0 


t < 1 < 


56. 3.0 


Sergt. Barnabas Strong 


Mar. 


5 


8 


25 


2.8.0 


t ( t ( 


21. 3.7 


John Woods 


(i 


t < 


8 


25 


2.8.0 


i < 1 ( 


21. 3.7 


" Reuben Spaulding 


Aug. 


1 


4 





2.8.0 


(( 11 


9.12.0 


Abel Paine 


Mar. 


5 


8 


25 


2.8.0 


(1 1 < 


21. 3.7 


Corpl. Rufus Root 


1 ( 


ti 


8 


25 


2.4.0 


K (I 


18. 8.5 


" Benj. Sessions 


<i 


i( 


8 


25 


2.4.0 


(1 It 


18. 8.5 


" Heman Dargy 


Aug. 


1 


4 





2.4.0 


It It 


8.16.0 


" Experience Fasset 
















[Forsket?] 


i< 


<i 


4 





2.4.0 


!• if 


8.16.0 


Drm. W"" Bennett 


Mar. 


5 


8 


25 


2.4.0 


l< <• 


18. 8.5 


Fifer Danl. Stearns 


(( 


t « 


8 


25 


2.4.0 


11 11 


18. 8.5 


Jona. Benton 


Aug 


1 


4 





2.0.0 


1 ( 11 


8. 0.0 


Sylvester Bugby 


Mar. 


5 


8 


25 


2.0.0 


11 tl 


17.13.4 


William Bootman 


it 


i( 


8 


25 


2.0.0 


(i 1 ( 


17.13.4 


John Cadey 


It 


tc 


8 


25 


2.0.0 


1 ( 1 ( 


17.13.4 


James Cooper 


July 


10 


4 


20 


2.0.0 


(< (1 


9. 6.8 


Calvin Dike 


Mar 


5 


8 


25 


2.0.0 


.1 11 


17.13.4 


Amos Thoop 


Aug. 


1 


4 





2.0.0 


1 C It 


8. 0.0 


John Gould 


Apl. 


25 


7 


5 


2.0.0 


1 ( 1 < 


14. 6.8 


Seth Gould 


Mar. 


5 


8 


25 


2.0.0 


11 It 


17.13.4 


Isaiah Grover 


Aug. 


25 


3 


5 


2.0.0 


11 11 


6. 6.8 


John Harenden[Heredon] 


Mar. 


5 


8 


25 


2.0.0 


11 11 


17.13.4 


James Hoton 


May 


19 


6 


11 


2.0.0 


1 < 1 < 


12.14.8 


Jerom Hutchins 


Aug. 


20 


3 


10 


2.0.0 


11 t < 


6.13.4 


Bliss Hoisington 


Mar. 


5 


8 


25 


2.0.0 


1 i (1 


17.13.4 


Yespasian Hoisington 


i( 


( t 


8 


25 


2.0.0 


11 .1 


17.13.4 


Derick Oxford 


Aug. 


1 


4 





2.0.0 


1. It 


8. O.Q 


John Kent 


(1 


1 1 


4 





2.0.0 


Prisoner 
of war. 


8. 0.0 


Elisha Kingsbury 


May 


19 


6 


11 


2.0.0 


Dec. 1 


12.14.8 


David Lumbard 


Aug. 


20 


3 


10 


2.0.0 


t * 1 ( 


6.13.4 


Xiuke Lamphire 


Mar. 


5 


8 


25 


2.0.0 


<( (( 


17.13.4 


Stephen Marcey 


i i 


11 


8 


25 


2.0.0 


1 ■ i < 


17.13.4 


Cipporn Morgan 


Aug. 


20 


3 


10 


2.0.0 


( ( t ( 


6.13 4 


Stephen Powell 


i< 


1 


4 





2.0.0 


(( ( ( 


8. 0.0 


Jabez Parkis 


t ( 


( < 


4 





2.0.0 


l( (k 


8. 0.0 


Asa Percivel 


(> 


20 


3 


10 


2.0.0 


i( (( 


6.13.4 


Artemas Robinson 


Mar. 


5 


8 


25 


2.0.0 


(k »i 


17.13.4 



326 



STATE OF VERMONT 





Com- 


Time of ser- 


Pay 


When 




Names 


mence- 
ment of 


vice 


per 


dis- 


Total 








TTt n n "f . n 


charged 






pay 


Months 


Days 


JJULUi-I. uJ-L 




Elmeriah Eoundy 


Aug. 25 


3 


5 


2.0.0 


Dec. 1 


6. 6.8 


Simeon Root 


1 


4 





2.0.0 






8. 0.0 


Timothy Eichardson 


Mar, 5 


8 


25 


2.0.0 






17.13.4 


Eben' Squire 


Mar. 5 


8 


25 


2.0.0 






17.13 4 


Eb. Perce Stearns 


X (1 


8 


25 


2.0.0 






17.13.4 


Jeroham Sawens 


Apl. 25 


7 


5 


2.0.0 






14. 6.8 


Nathl. Akins 


Aug. 1 


4 





2.0.0 






8. 0.0 


W™ Strong 


" 25 


3 


5 


2.0.0 






6. 6.8 


John Winchester Throop 


i< (1 


3 


5 


2.0.0 






6. 6.8 


Samuel Tredway 


] 


4 





2.0.0 






8. 0.0 


John Titus 


" 25 


3 


5 


2.0.0 






6. 6.8 


Aaron Trusdel 


Aug. 1 


4 





2.0.0 






8. 0.0 


Isaac Sessions 


Mar. 5 


8 


25 


2.0.0 






17.13.4 


Caleb Urite [Wright?] 


Apl. 25 


7 


5 


2.0.0 






14. 6.8 


Elisha Walker 


June 16 


5 


14 


2.0.0 






10.18.8 


John Willcocks 


Aug. 1 


4 





2.0.0 






8. 0.0 


John Williams 


June 16 


5 


14 


2.0.0 






10.l8.8v 


Benet Williams 


Mar. 5 


8 


25 


2.0.0 






17:13.4 


Josiah Williams 


Aug. 1 


4 





2.0.0 






8. 0.0 


Samson Marbel 


Mar. 5 


2 


3 


2.0.0 


May 8 


4. 4.0 


Caleb Hoten 


May 19 


1 


26 


2.0.0 


Died 


3.14.6 












July 15 





Subsistence. 



^870.13.9 
84. 0.0 



Total.. ;^904.13.9 

State of Vermont, Arlington, 8"' Jan. 1781. Personally ap- 
peared Capt. Jesse Safford, signer of the within Pay Roll and 
made solemn oath that the same is justly charged, so as not to 
injure this State or any individual. 

Before me, Thos. Chittenden, Cap" Genl. 

Pay Table Office. This Pay Roll being examined and 
approved, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the same to 
Thos. Tolman, Paymaster to the Troops of this State, it being 
the sum of Nine Hundred and four pounds thirteen shillings and 
nine pence, in sound money or other currency equivalent, he to be 
accountable for the same. Given at Arlington, this lO"' day of 
June, 1781. Thos. Tolman, 

John Fassett. 

Reed, the above in full, March 20, 1782. 

^904.13.9. Thomas Tolman, Paymaster. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 327 

[246] [Lieut. Col. James Claghorii\ 

State of Vermont Dr. To James Claghorn, Lt. Col. of the 
5th Regt. of Militia for service done said State at sundry times, in 
alarms, scouting, guarding, etc. 

Nov. 6, 1778. To six days with the Regiment 

at Shoreham @ 10/8 
" 6 quarts fatigue Rum del''' 
to the Reg't @ 3/ 

May 6, 1779. To 10 days with part of the 

Regiment at Rutland, 
guarding the stores @ 6/8 

Nov. 24, 1779. To three days with the Regi- 
ment at Brown's Camp at 10/8 
To my horse at Tinmout/t, ex- 
press 15 miles @ /3 
To expense money 20 dollars 
cont' 

March 21,1780. To one day with sleigh and 

horses, carrying a load of 
provisions from Rutland to 
Castleton @ 10/ 0.10. 

Nov. 1, 1780. To 4 days at Castleton with the 

Regiment @ 3/ 0.12. • 

Total ^10.11. 7 

Pay Table Office, May 31, 1781. The within account is 
examined and approved, and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same, being ten pcmnds eleven shillings and seven pence, lawful 
money, to Col. James Claghorn or bearer, 

Thos. Chittenden, | p ^^ 
John Fassett, f ^°'^ • 

Reed, May 31st, the contents of the above order. 
p{^10.11.7 James Claghorn. 



£ 


3. 


4. 







0.18. 







3. 


6. 


8 


1 


1. 


12. 







0. 


2.11 




0. 


6. 






328 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[128] 



[A Detachment under Lt. Samuel Willard~\ 



A Pay Roll of a Detatchment of men that was ordered to 
Castleton for a tour ot fourteen days on Dec. 1, 1780 to be under 
the command of Capt. Wallace, which said orders were counter- 
manded before the fourteen days were out. 



Names 



Lt. Samuel Willard 
Corpl. Timothy Allen 
George Rush 
Joth. Prindle 
Daniel Hulet 
Jacob Egerton 



Days 



6 
6 
6 
6 



Miles 



22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 



Amt. at 


4" m. 


7.4 


7.4 


7.4 


7.4 


7.4 


7.4 



Total 

including 

rations 

1.12.10 
17. 5 
15. 4 
15. 4 
15. 4 
15. 4 

;^5.11. 7 



. Attest, Saml. Willard. 

Pay Table Office, Arlington, June 6, 1781. The within roll 
examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same to Lt. Saml. Willard or bearer, being ;^5.11.7 Lawful m.oney. 

Thos. Chittenden, j 
John Fassett, ] 

Date above, received of the Treasurer the above contents. 
^5.11.7 Saml. Willard, Lt. 



Com. 



[133, dupl 181] \^A Scout ujider Major John Barroti\ 

A Pay Roll of a scout from Moretown [Bradford] in the year 
1780, under command of Maj. John Barron. 



Names 


Days 


Per 

day 


Miles 


Mil- 
age 


Total 


John Barron, Maj. 


6 


0.8.0 


40 


4d 


3. 1. 4 


James Thurber, Capt. 


6 


6.8 


40 


> ( 


2.13. 4 


Benj. Baldwin, Lt. 


6 


4.3 


40 


t ( 


1.18.10 


Nathl. White, Lt. 


6 


4.3 


40 


1 ( 


1.18.10 


George Goodhue, Sergt. 


6 


1.7 


40 


( < 


1. 2.10 


Joseph Clark, 


6 


1.7 


40 


(( 


1. 2.10 


Obed Sanders 


6 


1.4 


40 


< ( 


1. 1. 4 


Silas Old ridge 


6 


1.4 


40 


<< 


1. 1. 4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



329 



Names 


Days 


Per 
day 


Miles 


Mil- 
age 


Total 


Levi Andros 


6 


1.4 


40 


4C1 


1. 1. 4 


John Andros 


6 


1.4 


40 






1. 1. 4 


Jonathan Darbe, Sergt. 


6 


1.4 


40 






1. 1. 4 


Robt. Barnard, Jr. 


6 


1.4 


40 






1. 1. 4 


Ephraim Martin 


6 


1.4 


40 






1. 1. 4 


Leonard Harriraan 


6 


1.4 


40 






1. 1. 4 


Hugh Miller 


6 


1.4 


40 






1. 1. 4 


Saml. Miller 


6 


1.4 


40 






1. 1. 4 


Benj. Barnet 


6 


1.4 


40 






1. 1. 4 


Stephen Jenkins [Ginkins] 


6 


1.4 


40 






1. 1. 4 


Eben' Martin 


6 


1.4 


40 






1. 1. 4 


James Calkins 


6 


1.4 


40 






1. 1. 4 


Ichabod Collins 


6 


1.4 


40 






1. 1. 4 


John Gault 


6 


1.4 


40 






1. 1. 4 


Jesse M'^Farlin 


6 


1.4 


40 






1. 1. 4 


Thos. M-^Farlin 


6 


1.4 


40 






1. 1. 4 


John Martin 


6 


1.4 


40 






1. 1. 4 


Levi Collins 


6 


1.4 


40 






1. 1. 4 


John Smith 


6 


1.4 


40 






1. 1. 4 


Jeremiah Smith 


6 


1.4 


40 






1. 1. 4 


Ephraim Martin 


6 


1.4 


40 






1. 1. 4 


Peter Boin 


6 


1.4 


40 






1. 1. 4 


John Barnet 


6 


1.4 


40 






1. 1. 4 








;^^ 38.12. 4 



John Barron, Major. 

Pay Table Office, Rutland, Oct 28, 1784. The within roll 
"having been examined and approved, the Treasurer will pay the 
contents of the same to Maj. John Barron, for himself and scout, 
being the sum of Thirty-eight pounds 12/4 lawful money. 

Timo. Brownson, | Committee. 



Thos. Tolman, 

Treasurer's Office, Rutland. Oct. 29, 1784. 
xirer the contents of the above order. 



Reed, of the Trea.s- 
John Barron. 



330 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[136] \_Capt. Abraham Salisbury's Ccmpany\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Abraham Salisbury's Company for service 
in the year 1780. 



Names 


Days 

18 


Amount 


Miles 
79 


Amount 


Total 


Abraham Salisbury, Capt, 


6. 0. 





1. 6. 


4 


7. 6. 4 


Pearce Spencer, I^t, 


11 


2. 6.10 


26 


0. 8. 


8 


2.15. 6 


Oziel Smith, Lt. 


16 


3. 8. 


3 


66 


1. 2. 





4.10. 8 


Stukely Thornton, Sergt. 


4 


0. 6. 


4 


13 


0. 4. 


4 


0.10. 8 


Thomas Hutchinson, " 


13 


i: 0. 


7 


39 


0.13. 





1.13. 7 


Jabez Weaver, " 


11 


0.17. 


5 


26 


0. 8. 


8 


1. 6. 1 


Christopher Howard, " 


6 


0. 9. 


6 


26 


0. 8. 


8 


0.18. 2 


David Place, Corpl. 


11 


0.16. 


5 


26 


0. 8. 


8 


1. 5. 1 


Grififin Place. " 


4 


0. 5.11 


13 


0. 4. 


4 


0.10. 3 


Joseph Button, " 


17 


1. 5. 


6 


86 


1. 8. 


3 


2.14. 2 


Jesse Sprague 


11 


0.14. 


8 


26 


0. 8. 


8 


1. 3. 4 


Fores Rice 


11 


0.14. 


8 


26 


0. 8. 


8 


1. 3. 4 


Lewis Walker 


13 


0.17. 


4 


39 


0.13. 





1.10. 4 


Isaac Osborn 


4 


0. 5. 


4 


13 


0. 4. 


4 


0. 9. 8 


Eben'' Howard 


4 


0. 5. 


4 


13 


0. 4. 


4 


0. 9. 8 


Sylvanus Smith 


16 


1. 1. 


4 


66 


1. 2. 





2. 3. 4 


Abel Cooper 


4 


0. 5. 


4 


13 


0. 4. 


4 


0. 9. 8 


Peleg Eddy 


4 


0. 5. 


4 


13 


0. 4. 


4 


0. 9. 8 


Joseph Williams 


3 


0. 2. 


8 


13 


0. 4. 


4 


0. 7. 


Neh. Smith 


4 


0. 5. 


4 


13 


0. 4. 


4 


0. 9. 8 


Aaron Easty 


4 


0. 5. 


4 


13 


0. 4. 


4 


0. 9. 8- 


Zebediah Green 


4 


0. 5. 


4 


13 


0. 4. 


4 


0. 9. 8 


Joshua Webster 


4 


0. 5. 


4 


13 


0. 4. 


4 


0. 9. 8 


Ziba Parsons 


4 


0. n. 


4 


13 


0. 4. 


4 


0. 9. 8 


James Wells 


12 


0.16. 





73 


1. 4. 


4 


2. 0. 4 


David Whitney 


4 


0. 5. 


4 


13 


0. 4. 


4 


0. 9. 8 


Gideon Hewit 


4 


0. 5. 


4 


13 


0. 4. 


4 


0. 9. 8- 


Ezekiel Clark 


4 


0. 5. 


4 


13 


0. 4. 


4 


0. 9. 8 


Daniel Smith 


4 


0. 0. 


4 


13 


0. 4. 


4 


0. 9. 8- 


Nathan Daniels 


4 


0. 0. 


4 


13 


0. 4. 


4 


0. 9. 8 


William Dwinel. 


11 


0.14. 


8 


26 


0. 8. 


8 


1. 3. 4- 


John Campbell 


11 


0.14. 


8 


26 


0. 8. 


8 


1. 3. 4- 


Robert Mack 


7 


0. 9. 


4 


13 


0. 4. 


4 


0.13. 8 


John Bowman 


7 


0. 9. 


4 


13 


0. 4. 


4 


0.13. 8 


Jesse Place 


7 


0. 9. 


4 


13 


0. 4. 


4 


0.13. 8 


Timo. Winter 


8 


0.10. 


8 


60 


1. 0. 





1.10. 8 


James Round 


5 


0. 6. 


8 


40 


0.13. 


4 


1. 0. 


John Simons, Jr. 


5 


0. 6. 


8 


40 


0.13. 


4 


1. 0. 


Benj Whitman 





0. 6. 


8 


40 


0.13. 


4 


1. 0. 0' 


Job Chatsey 


2 


0. 2. 


8 


13 


0. 4. 


4 


0. 7. 

^47.18.5 



Abraham Salisbury, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



331 



Personally appeared Capt. Abraham Salisbury and made oath 
to the within pay roll and declared the same to be just and true in 
all its parts, before m.e, 

Oct. 3, 1781. Elihu Smith, Justice ot Peace. 

Pay Table Office, Oct. 5, 1781. The within roll examined 

and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 

Capt. Abraham Salisbury or bearer, being forty-seven pounds 

eighteen shillings and five pence. 

John Fassett, | ^ ... 

^. T> y Committee. 

Timo. Brownson, \ 

Date above, received of the Treasurer the contents of the 
above order in behalf of Capt. Abraham Salisbury and by his 
written order. 

;,r47.18.5 Saml. Benton. 

[119] [Capt Ichabod Robinson's Company\ 

Pay Roll of Capt. Ichabod Robinson's Company of Militia in 
Clarendon in the State of Vermont for the year 1780. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


Ichabod Robinson, Capt. 


30 


155 


12.11. 8 


James Spooner, Lt. 


15 


125 


5. 5. 8 


Levi Colvin, En. 


21 


140 


6.15. 2 


Silas Whitney, Clerk 


25 


95 


3.11. 3 


James Rounds, Sergt 


5 


30 


0.17.11 


Nathan Rice, " 


5 


30 


0.17.11 


Thomas Pell, 


2 


60 


1. 3. 9 


Peter Tarbox, 


8 


30 


]. '2. 6 


Eben'' Carley, Corpl. 


28 


115 


3.16. 9 


Peter Powers, " 


13 


95 


2. 8. 5 


Stephen Robinson, " 


10 


30 


1. 4. 6 


Danl. Stanard 


7 


100 


2. 2. 8 


John Arnold 


40 


60 


1. 5. 4 


Jeremiah Briggs 


21 


15 


1.13. 8 


Caleb Ingalls 


21 


95 


2. 9. 6 


Simpson White 


4 


60 


1. 5. 4 


Oliver Arnold 


8 


30 


1. 0. 8 


Solomon Spafford 


10 


30 


1. 3. 4 


Francis Mattison 


9 


55 


1. 0. 4 


Silas Whitney, Jr. 


30 


155 


4.11. 8 


Jona. Shipard 


9 


70 


1.15, 4 



332 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


• 

James Chattsey 


15 


130 


3. 3. 4 


James Edmonds 


11 


70 


1.18. 


John Gil man Lord 


14 


80 


2. 3. 4 


Job Chattsey 


4 


60 


1. 5. 4 


Jonathan Wood 


8 


75 


1.15. 8 


Abial Tripp 


20 


90 


2.16. 8 


Israel Robinson 


8 


30 


1. 0. 8 


Daniel Colvin 


4 


15 


0.10. 4 


Charles Commonds 


10 


So 


2. 1. 8 


Jonathan Eddy 


2 


40 


0.16. 


Joel Foster 


8 


70 


.1. 1. 8 


Daniel Washburn 


8 


70 


1.15. 8 


Caleb Rowland 


4 


60 


1. 5. 4 


Ebenezer Pitcher 


4 


15 


0.10. 4 


Reuben Pitcher 


21 


15 


1.13. 8 


Stephen Sparks 


4 


15 


0.10. 4 


John Squires 


15 


30 


0.16. 8 


Stephen Squires 


44 


155 


4. 9. 


Thomas Curtiss 


4 


40 


1.17. 4 


James Jenks 


5 


30 


1. 0. 8 


Noah Loveman 


28 


65 


1.16. 8 


Augustus Spencer 


3 


155 


4. 9. 


Nathaniel Cook 


8 


8 


2. 8. 


Abraham Hathaway 


11 


30 


1. 0. 8 


Alfred Hathaway 


28 


20 


0.14. 8 


Jacob Kate [Cate ?] 


21 


145 


3.19. 6 


William Carpenter 


28' 


30 


2. 7. 4 


Nathan Place 


2 


40 


0.16. 


Abner White 


21 


145 


3.19. 6 


Nathan Caray 


28 


30 


2. 7. 4 


Joseph Smith 


3 


40 


0.17. 4 


Gershom Beach 


5 • 


40 


1. 0. 


Jerathmel Powers 


4 


30 


0.15. 4 


Pierce Spencer 


6 


40 


1. 4. 4 


Hezekiah Tuttle 


2 


30 


0.12. 8 


Jerime Tuttle 


2 


30 


0.12. 8 


Stephen Arnold 


5 


40 


1. 0. 


Amos Eives 


2 


40 


0.16. 


David Jewell 


15 


45 


1.15. 


Ichabod Walker 


8 


30 


1. 0. 6 


Job Congdon 


14 


70 


2. 2. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



333 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


' Total 


Samuel Swift 


4 


60 


1. 5. 4 


Stanbury Button 


G 


30 


0.17. 8 


Frederick Button 


5 


30 


0.16. 8 


Elisha Smith 


18 


80 • 


2.12. 4 


Eber Farnam 


5 


15 


0.10. 4 


John Mack 


2 


40 


0.16. 8 


Elisha Bodman 


18 


85 


2.12. 4 


Samuel Butler 


9 


100 


2. 2. 8 


W™ Stewart 


18 


140 


3.10. 8 


Charles Swift 


15 


45 


1.15. 


James Wyley 


10 


30 


1. 3. 4 


Philip Briggs 


9 


75 


1.11. 


Bazaleel Richardson 


10 


30 


1. 3. 4 


Reuben Fuller 


9 


30 


1. 2. 


George Jenney 





15 


0.13. 


David Niles 


16 


60 


2. 1. 4 


Thomas Eddy 


9 


30 


1. 2. 


Abel Cooper 


16 


80 


2. 8. 


Jacob Pattridge 


13 


90 


2. 7. 4 


Jona. Pattridge 


4 


. 15 


0.10. 8 


Thaddeus Palmer 


14 


115 


2.17. 


Isaac Deloughborough 


5 


30 


0.15. 


Newell Potter 


4 


60 


1. 5. 8 


Stephen Sparks 


4 


60 


0.10. 8 


Robert Mack 


4 


60 


1. 5. 8 


Zebulon Persons 


4 


60 


1. 5. 8 


David Powers 


4 


. 60 


1. 5. 8 


John Broaton 


4 


60 


1. 5. 8 


John Smith 


6 


90 


1.18. 


Nathan Foot 


3 


80 


2. 1. 4 


Timothy Winter 


7 


100 


1.15. 


Eben"" Johnson 


5 


50 


1. 3. 4 


Elibu Smith 


4 


40 


0.18. 8 


Jehiel Smith 


3 


40 


0.17. 4 


Asa Smith 


3 


40 


0.17. 4 


Job Spafford 


3 


40 


0.17. 4 


Jabez Weever 


5 


40 


1. 0. 


Jesse Sprague 


3 


40 


0.11. 


Elkanah Cook 


4 


40 


0.18. 4 


John Bowman 


3 


30 


0.12. 8 


John Train 


6 


40 


1. 1. 4 



334 



STATE OF VERMONT 



'Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


Lewis Walker 


6 


40 


1. .1. 4 


Saml. Blodgett 


5 


40 


1. 1. 


Joseph Button 


7 


15 


4. 4 


Peleg Eddy . 


2 


30 


0.12. 8 


Thomas Bentley 


6 


40 


1. 1. 4 


Moses Johnson 


3 


40 


1.17. 4 


Caleb Handey 


1 


20 


0. 8. 


James Smith 


3 


40 


0.17. 4 


Isaac Osborn 


2 


4C 


0.15. 


Amos Robinson 


1 


10 


0. 4. 8 


Andrew Potter 


2 


30 


0.12. 8 


John Varney 


4 


40 


0.18. 8 


Jona. Adams 


4 


40 


0.18. 8 




^192.11. 1 



Ichabod Robinson, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, 7*^ June, 1781. The Treasurer is directed to 
pay to Capt. Ichabod Robinson the within pay roll, which is One 
hundred and ninety-two pounds eleven shillings and one penny 
lawful money. Tho« Chittenden, | Committee. 

Timo. Brownson, ) 

Date above received of the Treasurer the contents of the above 
in behalf of Capt. Ichabod Robinson. 

Per me, Silas Whitney, Clerk. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



335 



[508] 



\Capt. Ezekiel Colbe's Company'] 



Pay Roll of Capt. Ezekiel Colbe's Company from Corinth of 
three Scouts from the year 1777 and year 1781. 



Men's Names 



Ezekiel Colbe, Cpt. 
Saml. McFee, Cpt. 
Hezekiah Siloway, Lieut. 
Philip Herendon 
Benja. Sumbon [?] 
Abner Fowler 
Saml. Youngs, Lieut. 
Nathan Spafford, Sergt, 
Benja. Noriss 
John Normon 
David McKeen 
Ruben Martin 
Charles Crook, Sergt. 
Asaph McFason 
Jacob Kent 
James Lukis 



No. of 


Per 


Days 


day 


18 


6/8 


7 


6/8 


7 


4/3 


7 


1/4 


7 


1/4 


5 


1/4 


5 


4/3 


5 


1/7 


6 


1/4 


6 


1/4 


6 


1/4 


6 


1/4 


6 


1/7 


6 


1/4 


6 


1/4 


6 


1/4 



No. of 
miles 



70 
30 
20 
20 
20 
20 
30 
30 
20 
20 
20 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 



The sum due 
to each name 



£ 



s. 

7. 3. 
2.16. 
1.15. 
0.16. 
0.16. 
0.13. 



D. 

4 
8 
5 


4 

1.11. 3 

0.17.11 

0.14. 8 

0.14. 

0.14. 

0.18. 

0.19. 

0.18. 

0.18. 

0.18. 



8 
8 

6 






23. 5. 5 



Ezekiel Colbe, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, ) The within roll approved — the 

Bennington, March 5, 1784 f Treasurer is hereby directed to pay 
the same to Ezekiel Colbe, Capt. or bearer — it being the sum of 
twenty-three pounds five shillings and five pence. 
^23.0.5 Timo. Brownson, ) p 

Eli Cogsell, i" ^°' 



)mmittee. 



Treasurer's Office, Bennington, March 5, 1784. 
Received of the T'reasurer the contents of the above order in 
behalf of Ezekiel Colbe. Benja. Baldwin. 



336 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[142] 



\Capt. Jesse Satuyer's Covipany\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Jesse Sawyer's Company of Rangers, be- 
longing to Maj. Eben'' Allen's Detachment, raised for the defence 
of the State of Vermont, beginning April 25, 1780, and ending Jan. 
10**^, 1781, both days included. 



Names 


Entered 


Discharg'^ 


Time 
in service 


Wages 
per mo. 


Amt. 
of 3 








wages 












Mo. 


Days 






Jesse Sawyer. Capt, 


Apl. 


25 


Jan. 


10 


8 


16 


8.0.0 


68. 0. 


Nathl. Spencer, Lt. 


1 1 


i ( 


i ( 


I ( 


8 


16 


5.8.0 


46.15. 


Ellas Hall, 


May 


6 


( \ 


(I 


8 


6 


5.8.0 


44.14. 8 


David Shepherd, Sergt. 


< i 


9 


Jan. 


3 


7 


26 


2.8.0 


18.14. 6 


George Sawyer, " 


June 


12 


<( 


1 ( 


6 


22 


2.8.0 


16. 1. 9 


William Popple, 


May 


14 


Oct. 


8 


4 


24 


2.8.0 


11.10. 6 


Eleazer Marble, " 


Oct. 


8 


Jan. 


3 


2 


24 


2.8.0 


6.16. 1 


Saml. Negns, " 


May 


31 


u 


(1 


7 


4 


2.8.0 


17. 2. 4 


Benj. Bingham, Corpl. 


( ( 


8 


(1 


1 1 


7 


27 


2.4.0 


17. 5. 8 


Eben^ Popple, 


(i 


14 


Oct. 


8 


4 


24 


2.4.0 


10. 9. 4 


Zenas Hyde, 


June 


12 


Jan. 


3 


6 


23 


2.4.0 


14.14.10 


Eliakim Roberts, •' 


i t 


18 


u 


t f 


6 


17 


2.4.0 


14. 6.11 


James Walder, Fifer 


May 


1 


(i 


(1 


8 


3 


2.4.0 


17.14.11 


Benajah Cleveland, Drum. 


> < 


4 


11 


(( 


8 





2.4.0 


17. 9. 6 


•William Negus 


Apl. 


18 


Dec. 


1 


7 


19 


2.4.0 


17. 6. 8 


Timothy Allen 


May 


1 


Jan. 


3 


8 


3 


2.0.0 


16. 4. 


Ab'" Johnson 


t i 


4 


(4 


4 4 


8 





2.0.0 


15.18. 8 


Daniel Beman 


u 


4 


tl 


(1 


8 





2.0.0 


15.18. 8 


Joseph Cook ( 


(< 


4 


Deserted 


3 


20 


2.0.0 


7. 3. 8 


1 






Aug. 


24 










Jedediah Fuller 


( I 


4 


Jany 


3 


8 





2.0.0 


15.18. 8 


Francis Herrick 


t < 


4 


> ( 




8 





2.0.0 


15.18. 8 


John Stewart 


< 4 


4 


4 ( 




8 





2.0.0 


15.18. 8 


Jona. Morey 


(1 


4 


(. 




8 





2.0.0 


15.18. 8 


John Orton 


" 


5 


(t 




7 


29 


2.0.0 


15.17. 4 


Daniel Merrick 


1 1 


5 


it 




7 


29 


2.0.0 


15.17. 4 


James Coiey 


1 t 


8 


t( 




7 


26 


2.0.0 


15.13. 4 


James Sutherland 


1 ( 


14 


1 4 




7 


20 


2 0.0 


15. 5. 4 


Andrew Griswold 


li 


16 


4 ( 




7 


18 


2.0.0 


15. 2. 8 


Richard Chamberlain 


t ( 


14 


<4 




7 


20 


-2.0.0 


15. 5. 4 


■John Negus 


( ( 


15 


t< 




7 


19 


2.0.0 


15. 4. 


James Clark 


June 


6 


(4 




6 


29 


2.0.0 


13.16. 


Peletiah Soper 


\ t 


£1 


4 . 




6 


29 


2.0.0 


13.16. 


Robert Allen 


i( 


( t 


Dec. 


1 


5 


25 


2.0.0 


11.13. 4 


David Lee 


May 


1 


Jany 


3 


8 


3 


2.0.0 


16. 4. 


John Woodward 


Sep. 


14 


\ t 


4 ( 


3 


21 


2.0.0 


7. 5. 4 


John Darling 


Aug. 


13 


<i 


<4 


4 


22 


2.0.0 


9. 6. 8 


Joseph Jackson 


ki 


20 


t i 


(4 


4 


15 


2.0.0 


8.17. 4 


John Fuller 


July 


26 


1 1 


(4 


5 


9 


2.0.0 


10.11. 


Samuel Terry 


Aug. 


17 


Dec. 


3 


3 


17 


2.0.0 


7. 1. 4 


Jesse Jackson 


k 4 


1 ( 


Jan. 


3 


4 


17 


2.0.0 


9. 1. 4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



337 



Names 



Entered 



Discharg'' 



Time 
in service 



Mo. 



Days 



Wages 
per mo. 



Amt. 

of 

wages 



Peter Parker 
William Parker 
Andrew Edmunds. 
Benoni Bishop 
Phinehaa Davis 
Nathan Allen 
William Lazell 
David Lumbard 
John Gilder 
George Parker 
Jacob Cummins 
Daniel Barns 
John Willard 
Rockwell 



Aag. 


13 

15 


Sep. 
Aug. 


26 
26 


1 ( 


13 


July 
June 


24 
13 


July 1 
June 18 


(( 


(1 


June 


15 


Sept. 
Oct. 


27 
8 



Jan. 



(1 

(I 



Dec. 
Jan. 



3 
3 



Deserted 
Oct. 16 



4 


22 


2.0.0 


4 


19 


2.0.0 


3 


29 


2.0.0 


4 


9 


2.0.0 


4 


22 


2.0.0 


5 


11 


2.0.0 


6 


22 


2.0.0 


6 


22 


2.0.0 


5 


3 


2.0.0 


6 


17 


2.0.0 


6 


17 


2.0.0 


6 


20 


2.0.0 


3 


8 


2.0.0 





8 


2.0.0 



9. 8. 
9. 4. 
7.16. 

8. 9. 4 

9. 6. 8 
10.12. 
13. 6. 8 
13. 6. 8 
10. 2. 8 
12.16. 
12.16. 
13. 4. 

6. «. 
0.10. 8 



Officers' subsistence: 



Capt. Sawyer, 
Lt. Spencer, 
Lt. Hall, 



£17. 0.0 
8.10.0 
8. 4.0 

;^33.14.0 



Arlington, Feb. 1^\ 1781. Then personally appeared Capt. 
Jesse Sawyer and made solemn oath that the within pay roll is a 
just and true roll, without fraud to the State of Vermont, or any 
individual, according- to my best knowledge. 

Before me, Thomas Chittenden , Governor. 

Pay Table Office. The within pay roll being examined and 
approved, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the same to 
Thos. Tolman (Paymaster to the troops of this State) being the sum 
of eight hundred and forty-five pounds and /8 in hard money or 
other current money equivalent, taking his receipt. 

Given at Arlington, this 1^*^ day of February, 1781. 

Thos. Chittenden, ) ^ ... 

T , o ^i. t- Committee. 

John Fassett, \ 



March 20, 1782. 
^845.0.8 



Received the above in full. 

Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



[22] 



338 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[207] 



\^Lieut. Beriah Green s Co77ipany\ 



Pay Roll of Lieut. Beriah Green's Independent Companj' of 
Rangers, raised for the defense of the State of Vermont, 1781. 



c 

NAME.S "^^ 


om- 

mce- 

lent 


Time 
of service 


Per Wh^^ 
^°^t^ chaiged 


Total 


of 








pay 


Mo. 


Days 








Lt. Beriah Green Fe 


b. 1 


3 


1 


5.8.0 Ap 


ril 1 


10.19.7 


Barnabas Strong ' 


' 17 




5 


3.0.0 Ma 


IT. 31 


3.10.0 


Sergt. John Woods ' 


3 




18 


3.8.0 


' 30 


3.16.9 


Nathl. Aikens 


4 




17 


3.«.0 




3.15.3 


Corpl. Rufus Root ' 


' 11 




10 


2.4.0 




2.18.8 


" James Barrows ' 


' 12 




9 


3.4.0 




2.17.3 


Joseph Foster ' 


* 4 




17 


3.0.0 




3. 2.8 


Hallam Blackmer ' 


i ( *• 




11 


2.0.0 




2.14.8 


George Cox ' 


6 




15 


3.0.0 




3. 0.0 


Robert Whitcomb ' 


( 4 % 




15 


2.0.0 < 




3. 0.0 


John Harenden 


i ( > 




15 


2.0.0 




3. 0.0 


Asa Foster ' 


i (1 




15 


2.0.0 




3. 0.0 


Abel Payn ' 


' 8 




13 


3.0.0 




3.17.4 


Asa Chedel ' 


9 




13 


3.0.0 




3.16.0 


Benj. Sessions ' 


t (( 




13 


3.0.0 




3.16.0 


Amos Troop ' 


' 10 




11 


2.0.0 




8.14.8 


Samuel Granday 


' 11 




10 


3.0.0 




3.13.4 


Joseph Powers ' 


( i t 




10 


3.0.0 ' 




3.13.4 


George Stow ' 


t i i 




10 


3.0.0 




2.13.4 


Peter Kendall 


t ( < 




10 


3.0.0 




3.13.4 


Phineas Williams ' 


' 13 




9 


2.0.0 




2.13.0 


Saml. Bennett 


t ( 4 




9 


2.0.0 




3.13.0 


Vespasian Hoisington ' 


( i ( 




9 


3.0.0 




3.J3.0 


Stephen Marcey ' 


{ (( 




9 


2.0.0 




2.12.0 


John Wilcox 


' 13 




9 


3.0.0 


' 31 


2.13.0 


Daniel Lovejoy ' 


• 1 ( 




9 


3.0.0 




3.13.0 


Gamaliel Vailes ' 


' 15 




7 


3.0.0 




3. 9.4 


Ammi Carrier ' 


' 17 




5 


3.0.0 




2. 6.8 


Samuel Allen 


( 1 ( 


i 


5 


3.0.0 




3. 6.8 


Thomas Freeman ' 


6 




15 


2.0.0 


' 20 


3. 0.0 


John Whitcomb ' 


( (( 




15 


3.0.0 


( t ( 


3. 0.0 
;^96. 6.8 



Beriah Green,. Lieut. 

Windsor County, Windsor, 7th April, 1781. The above roll 
sworn to before John Fassett, Asst. 

Pay Table Office. The within Pay Roll examined and approved 
and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Lieut. Beriah 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



339 



Green or bearer, being the sura of ninety-eight pounds seven shil- 
lings and four pence, lawful money. 

Thos. Chittenden, ) p 
Windsor, April 7, 1781. John Fassett, \ ^°^ 



)m*^ 



March 20, 1782. 
;^98.7.4 



. Reed, the above in full. 

Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 

[A Scout from Strafford^ 



[115] 

A Pay Roll for a scout of three men who went from Strafford, 
Feb. 18, 1781, and were in the service five days and went to Dog 
River, which is 25 miles, and found themselves, by ordei of Israel 
Smith, Maj. 



Names 


Days 


Wages 


Travel 
fees 


Total 


Sergt. Richmond Crandal 
Jonathan Rich 
Jonathan Luce 


5 
5 
5 


1.7 
1.4 
1.4 


4d 

4 
4 


16.3 
15.0 
15.0 




^2.11.7 



Attest, Elijah Beeman, Lt. 

Also for myself an express from Lyme [to] vStrafford, by order 
of Gen. Bailey, it being 16 miles at 4*^ per mile, 5.4 

Attest, Elijah Beeman. 

Pay Table Office, Oct. 28, 1781. The within pay roll, etc. was 
examined and approved, and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same to Elijah Beeman or bearer, it being ;,^3.11.7, lawful money. 

Thos. Chandler, ~\ 
Jno. Strong, > Committee. 

Timo. Brownson, ) 

Treas'. Office, Charlestown, Oct. 25, 1781. Reed, of the Treas- 
urer the contents of the above order, being ;^2.11.7, lawful money. 

Elijah Beeman, Lt. 



340 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[187] 



[^Capt. Samuel Smith's Compa?iy] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Samuel Smith of Fairlee in the Alarms 
in October. 1781 [1780?] and March, 1781, going to Newbury and 
Royalton, &c. 



Names 


Days 


Wages 
due 


Miles 


Amount 
travel 


Capt. Sam' Smith 


10 


2.13. 4 


20 


9.4 


Serg* John Marston 


10 


15.10 


28 


9.4 


John Woodworth 


10 


13. 4 


28 


9.4 


Elijah Blood 


10 


13. 4 


28 


9.4 


Charles Annis 


6 ' 


8. 


28 


9.4 


Jacob Annis 


6 


8. 


28 


9.4 


Isaac Annis 


6 


8. 


28 


9.4 


W" Marston 


9 


12. 


28 


9.4 


Peter Marston 


10 


13. 4 


28 


9.4 


Asa Town 


10 


13. 4 


38 


12.9 


Aaron Taft 


6 


8. 


14 


4.8 


W™ Broughton 


6 


8. 


14 


■ 4.8 


John Green 


3 


4. 


14 


4.8 


Solomon Morey 


3 


4. 


14 


4.8 


Francis Hough 


3 


4. 


14 


4.8 


Simeon Morey 


3 


4. 


14 


4.8 


Jonathan Jacobs 


3 


4. 


14 


4.8 


Theodorus Woodward 


10 


13. 4 


38 


12.9 


John Jacobs 


3 


4. 


14 






£ 7. 6.9 








Total, 


^17.18.7 



Sam'l Smith, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, June 21, 1781. The within roll 
examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same to Capt. Sam^ Smith or bearer, being the sum of seventeen 
pounds eighteen shillings and seven pence. 

John Fassett, 
Tim° Brownsoi 



I Co 
)n, ( 



m^ 



June 23, 1781. 
of this order. 

;^17.18.7 



Received of I. Allen, Treasurer, the contents 

Samuel Smith. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



341 



[240] 



\Capt. Samuel McClure's Company] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Saml. McClure's Company at Dresden on 
an alarm at Newbury the 8*^^ of March, 1781. 



Names 


Miles 


Price 


Days 


Wages 


Total 


Saml. M^Clure, Capt. 


25 


0.8.4 


3 


1. 0. 


7. 8.4 


Parker Smith, Lt. 






8.4 






0.12. 9 


1. 1.1 


Charles Tilden, Sergt. 






8.4 






0. 4. 9 


13.1 


Leml. Payn, " 






8.4 






0. 4. 9 


13.1 


Eben^ Fitch, Clk. 






8.4 






0. 4. 9 


13.1 


Eben' Brewster 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


Beza Woodward 


( 




8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


Jas. Wheelock 






8.i 






0. 4. 


12.4 


Eben"" Williams 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


Stephen Tilden 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


Eben'' Lane 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


Barnabas Perking 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


Benj. Smith 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


Alden Spooner 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


Bennoe Dewey 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


Thos. Eddy 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


Jona. Bsarce [?] 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


Elijah Dunbar 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


Osias Sylsby 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


Christopher Page 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


Ambrose Porter 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


David Porter 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


Jabez Peck 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


Nahum Sargeant 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


Caleb Bingham 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


Roger Fitch 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


Elijah Kent 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


Saml. Clap 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


John Norton 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12.4 


Benj. Smith, Jr. 






8.4 






0. 4. 


12 4 








;^17.17.0 



Saml. M'^Clure, Capt. 



Pay Office, Bennington, Feb 6, 1782. The within account 
being approved of, the Treasurer is directed to pay the sum of 



342 



STATE OF VERMONT 



seventeen pounds seventeen shillings to Capt. Saml. M'^Clure or to 
his order. Isaac Tichenor. | ^ 

Timothy Brownson, ) 

Treasurer's Office, June 19, 1782. Reed of Ira Allen, Esq., 
Treasurer, the contents cf the abo've order, being seventeen pounds 
seventeen shillings for and in behalf of Capt. Saml. M^Clure. 

;^17.17.0 Eben^ Brewster. 



[154] 



\^Capf. Charles Nelson's Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Charles Nelson's Company, raised by order 
of Convention held at Cornish in Feb. 1781, for the defence of these 
frontiers, from the time they engaged until 26*^ March, 1781. 



Names 


When 
entered 
service 


Days 


Wages 

per 
month 


Eations 
due 


Total 




1781. 










Capt. Charles Nelson 


Mar. 1=' 


26 


8.0.0 


1.14.8 


8.13.4 


Lt. James Mirch [Marsh] 


(t li 


26 


5.8.0 


0.17.4 


5.10.8 


Lt. Shubael Dimmock 


" 20 


6 


5.8.0 


0. 4.0 


1. 5.6 


Sergt. Abel Parks 


1 


26 


2.8.0 




2. 1.4 


" Eph-" Dunlap 


1 ( II 


26 


2.8.0 




2. 1.4 


" Solomon^Smith 


" 20 


6 


2.8.0 




0. 9.4 


Corpl. Ziba Huntington 


" 1 


26 


2.4.0 




1.18.0 


" John Campbell 


<i 1 1 


26 


2.4.0 




1.18.0 


Bazaleel Burton 


II i( 


26 


2. 




1.14.8 


Eliada Brown 


It It 


26 


2. 




1.14.8 


Joel Cooper 


11 i< 


26 


2. 




1.14.8 


Jacob Colburn 


II <i 


26 


2! 




1.14.8 


Stephen Chapman 


II 41 


26 


2. 




1.14.8 


W-^.Corkins 


II I< 


26 


2. 




1.14.8 


David Duffin 


" 14 


12 


2. 




0.16.0 


Joseph Downer 


1 


26 


2. 




1.14.8 


Salmon Dowe 


II (1 


26 


2. 




1.14.8 


Ezra Ellsworth 


" 11 


15 


2. 




1. 0.0 


Steward Howe 


" 1 


26 


2. 




1.14.8 


Enos Hoyt 


" 8 


18 


2. 




1. 4.0 


Lovel Kimball 


1 


26 


2. 




1.14.8 


James Kelsey 


<( 1 ( 


26 







1.14.8 


Eobert Nichols 


II tt 


26 


2. 




1,14.8 


Asa Preston 


1 ( II 


26 


2. 




1.14.8 


Solomon Eathburn 


" 14 


12 


2. 




0.16.0 


Alexander Eeynolds 


1 


26 


2. 




1.14.8 


Ebenezer Stark 


<i 1 ( 


26 


2. 




1.14.8 


Experience Trisket [Frisket] 


11 II 


26 


2. 




1.14.8 


Reuben Finney [Tinney] 


1 1 (1 


26 


2. 




1.14.8 


John Tickney 


>i <i 


26 


2. 




1.14.8 


Elijah Wright 


11 i( 


26 


2. 




1.14.8 


Moses Warren 


II 1 ( 


26 


2. 




1.14.8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



343 



A true roll. 



Names 


When 
entered 


Days 


Wages 
per 


Rations 
due 


Total 




service 




month 






1781. 










Aaron Warreu 


Mar. 1 


26 


2. 


' 


1.14.8 


Ephraim Wood 


(( 11 


26 


2. 




1.14.8 


Job Williams 


. t 1 ( 


26 


2. 




1.14.8 


Nathan Spafiford 


1 < 1 1 


26 


2. 




1.14.8 


John Nelson 


" 20 


6 


2. 




0. 8.0 


James Cook 


(( t » 


6 


2. 




0. 8.0 


Arthur Latham 


(( 1 ( 


6 


2. 




0. 8.0 


W" Davidson 


t( ki 


6 


2. 




0. 8.0 


Saml. Bigsbee 


n t ( 


6 


2. 




0. 8.0 


Jona. Bigsbee 


(< tt 


6 


2. 




0. 8.0 


Joseph Howard 


a <( 


6 


2. 




0. 8.0 


Christopher Cary 


( t ( ( 


6 


2. 




0. 8.0 


Daniel Hovey 


tt a 


6 


2. 




0. 8.0 


Joseph Taylor 


" 10 


16 


2. 




1. 1.4 


John Stevens 


(1 ii 


16 


2. 




1. 1.4 


Samuel Ladd 


1 ( i. 


16 


2. 




1. 1.4 




;^76. 1.6 



Attest, Charles Nelson. Capt. 



Committee. 



Pay Table Office, Bennington, June 33^ 1781. The within 
pay roll being examined and approved, the Treasurer is hereby 
directed to pay the same to the Paymaster of the Troops, being 
the sum of seventy-six pounds one shilling and six pence, lawful 
money, the said Paymaster to be accountable. 

Timo. Brownson, ) 
John Fassett, ) 

Date above, then received of the Treasurer the contents of 
the above in full. 

Thos. Tolman, Paymaster of the Troops. 

Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of this warrant. Oct 2^, 
1784. Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



344 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[216] 



\Capt. Thomas Collins' Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Thomas Collins Company, in Col. Gideon 
Warren's Regiment of Militia in the service of this State, com- 
mencing the 23rd day of March and ending as entered in column 
third. 



Names 



Capt, Thomas Collins 
Lt. Solomon Wilder 
Sergt. Cephas Carpenter 

" AsflhelJoiner 
Corpl. Levi Wood 

" John Collins 
Nathan Walton 
Joshua Wood 
Amos Herrick 
Nathan Lee 
Edward Bailey 
Benjamin Baley 
George Shearman 



Entered 



March 23 



It 



Dis- 
charg"^ 


m 

CS 

Q 
3 


p, 

month 


03 

17 


Amt. 
mil- 
age 


Mch. 25 


8.0.0 


5.8' 


" 26 


4 


3.8.0 


40 


13.4 


" 29 


7 


2.8.0 


26 


8.8 


" 25 


3 


2.8.0 


20 


6.8 


" 26 


4 


2.4.0 


40 


13,4 


" 26 


4 


2.4.0 


40 


13.4 


" 26 


4 


2.0.0 


40 


13.4 


" 26 


4 


2.0.0 


40 


i;^.4 


" 26 


4 


2.0.0 


40 


13,4 


" 25 


3 


2.0,0 


20 


6.8 


" 29 


n 
i 


2.0.0 


40 


13,4 


" 29 


7 


2.0.0 


26 


8,8 


" 29 


7 


2.0.0 


26 


8,8 



Total 



1. 5. 8 

1.10. 4 

19. 9 

11. 5 

19.. 2 

19, 2 

18, 8 

18, 8 

18, 8 

10. 8 

1. 2. 8 

0,18, 

0,18, 



;^12,10.10 



Thomas Collins, Capt. 

State of Vermont, ) Clarendon, June 11, 1781, Personally ap- 

Rutland County, j peared Capt. Thomas Collins, signer to the 
foregoing roll, and made solemn oath that the several articles 
therein mentioned are justly and truly charged and entered accord- 
ing to the best of his knowledge. 
Sworn before me. 

Increase Mosely, Justice of Peace. 

Pay Table OfBce, 12th. of June 1781. The within roll being 

examined is approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 

same to Capt. Thomas Collins or order, which is twelve pounds ten 

shillings and two pence. 

Thos, Chittenden, | ^ -i.* 

n^-^ -D r Committee. 

Timo. Brownson, j 

Date above, received the contents of the above order in behalf 
of Thos. Collins, George Shearman, 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



345 



[177] [A Scout from Moretowti] 

A Pay Roll of a scout from Moretown. March, 1781. 



Names 


Days 


Per 

day 


Miles 


Mil- 
age 


Total 


Eben"' Martin, Capt. 
James M'^Laughlin, Lt. 
John Hnnkins 


10 
10 
10 


6.8 
4.3 
1.4 


80 
80 
80 


4 
4 
4 


4.13. 4 
3. 9. 2 
2. 0. 




£\^. 2. 6 



Attest, Eben^ Martin, Capt. 
John Barron, Major. 

Pay Table Office, Rutland, Oct. 29, 1784. The within Pay 
Roll being examined and-approved, the Treasurer will pay the con- 
tents of the same to Maj. John Barron for said scout, being the sum 
■of Ten pounds 2/6 lawful money. 

Tim" Brownson, ) .-^ 

Thomas Tolman. f Committee. 



Rutland, Oct. 29, 1784. 
the above order. 
^10.2.6 



Rec"^ of the Treasurer the contents of 

John Barron. 



■[99] 



\Capt. John Throop' s Coinpa7iy\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. John Throop's Company of Militia for 
their service in the late alarm and what they are allowed for time 
from their respective homes. March 9, 1781. 



Names 



•Capt. John Throop 

Lt. Bartholomew Durkee 

" Thomas Vail 
Sergt. Darius Sessions 
" Abidai Smith 
" Elijah Mason 
William Willson 
Corpl. John Peran 
Edmund Hodges 
Eesolved Sessions 



Com- 
mencing 



March 9 



4 


pr 


Amt. 


0) 


P^ 


day 


pay 




mile 


5.4 


1. 1.4 


4d 


4 


3.7 


14.4 


17 




4 


1.7 


14.4 


17 




4 


1.7 


6.4 


27 




4 


1.7 


6.4 


40 




7 


1.7 


11.1 


17 




4 


1.6 


6.4 


17 




. 3 


1.4 


4.6 


17 




4 


1.4 


5.4 


17 




4 


1.4 


5.4 


40 





Total 



1. 7.0 
1. 0.0 
1. 0.0 
]5.4 
19.8 
16.9 
12.0 
10.2 
11.0 
18.8 



346 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 



Nathl. Throop. Sar' 
John Bacon 
Henry Ainsworth 
Jona. Bebee 
Sylvester Bugbee 
Timothy Blaimer 
Josiah Badcock 
Nathan Chase 
Asa Child 
John Cheedle 
Daniel Frasor 
W'" Saml. Hutchinson 
Seth Hodges 
John Hour 
Thomas Noonan 
Daniel Sharp 
Eben"" Winslow 
Samuel Snow 
Jona. Carpenter 
Ellzah Carpenter 
Isaiah Tinkham 



Com- 




pr 


Amt. 


01 


P^ 


mencing 




day 


pay 


17 


mile 


March 9 


4 


1.4 


5.4 


4d 




4 


1.4 


5.4 


17 






4 


1.4 


5.4 


17 






4 


1.4 


5.4 


17 






6 


1.4 


8.0 


17 






4 


1.4 


5.4 


17 






4 


1.4 


5.4 


17 






4 


1.4 


5.4 


17 






3 


1.4 


4.0 


17 






4 


1.4 


5.4 


17 






7 


1.4 


9.4 


17 






3 


1.4 


4.0 


17 






6 


1.4 


8.0 


17 






8 


1.4 


4.0 


17 






4 


1.4 


5.4 


17 






4 


1.4 


5.4 


17 






7 


1.4 


9.4 


17 






3 


1.4 


4.0 


17 






3 


1.4 


4.0 


17 






3 


1.4 


4.0 


17 






3 


1.4 


4.0 


17 





Total 



11.0 

11.0 

11.0 

11.0 

13.8 

11.0 

11.0 

11.0 

9.8 

11.0 

15.0 

9.& 

13.8 

9.8 

11.0 

11. 

15.0 

9.8 

9.8 

9.8 

9.8 



;^30. 5.7 



The above is a true pay roll. 



Attest, 



John Throop. 



Windsor County, Windsor, April 14, 1781. 

Sworn before John Fassett, Asst. 

Pay Table Office. The within pay roll examined and approved 

and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Capt. John Throop 

or bearer, being the sum of twenty pounds five shillings and seven 

pence, lawful money. Windsor, April 14, 1781. 

Timo. Brownson, ) ^ ... 

T u u 1.4. (■ Committee. 

John tassett, ) 

June 19, 1781. Reed, of I. Allen, Treasurer, the contents of 
the above order. 

£20.5.7 John Throop. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



347 



[162] 



\^Lieut. Daniel Spooner's Company^ 



A Pay Roll of Lieut. Daniel Spooner's Company of Militia 
that marched to Orford on the Alarm, March, 1781. 



Names 



Lt. Daniel Spooner 
En. Jonah Loomis 
Sergt. George Denison 

" John Harvey 
Corpl. Joseph Evans 

" Oliver Eust 

" Joseph Grow, Jun. 

" John Grow 
Dan Davison 
Asa Taylor 
Zebulon Lee 
Thomas Eichardson 
James Eichardson 
Moses Webster 
Asa Wright 
Phineus Eust 
Jeremiah Eust 
John Dunbar 
Nehemiah Liscom 
W"" Sumner 
Eobert Green 
Joseph Eemington 
Walter Smith 
Timo. Lull 
W™ S. Ashley 
Phin^ Killam 
Isaac Main 
Wilder Willard 
Eli Willard 
Nathan Call 
Eleazer Bishop 
Benj. Munsell 
Job. Tiller 
Parsons Antisill 
John Goldsbary 
W"^ Gouldsbary 
Joseph Gallup 
Paul Spnoner, Sur° 
Timo. Fisher 
W™ Patterson 



Days 


P'- day 


Amt. 
pay 


Miles 


P^ 
mile 

4a 


Total 


2 


H.7 


7.2 


32 


0.17.10 


2 


3.7 


7.2 


32 


( ( 


17.10 


2 


1.7 


3.2 


32 


( ( 


13.10 


2 


I.e. 


3.2 


32 


1 ( 


13.10 


2 


1.6 


3. 


32 


« 4 


13. 8 


2 


1.6 


3. 


32 


1 ( 


13. 8 


2 


1.6 


3. 


32 


1 ( 


13. 8 


2 


1.4 


3. 


32 


> ( 


13. 8 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


( i 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


1 ( 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


1 ( 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


( < 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


1 1 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


4 i 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


1 ( 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


1 ( 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


i c 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


i i 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


( i 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


1 ( 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


< < 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


1 < 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


( c 


13. 4 


2 


1.4. 


2.8 


32 


< < 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


1 < 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


( c 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


1 ( 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


( ( 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


1 < 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


i < 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


i ( 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


t ( 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


1 < 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


( ( 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


( 4 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


1 ( 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


> ( 


13. 4 


2 


5.4 


10.8 


32 


1 < 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


1 ( 


13. 4 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


32 


i ( 


13. 4 








Eations 


2. 8 



£21.\iS. 



A true roll. Attest, Danl. Spooner, Lt. 

Windsor County, Windsor, April 17, 1781. Sworn before 
-;,^-27.16.0 John Fassett, Asst. 



348 



STATE OF VERMONT 



State of Vermont, Pay Table Office. The within pay roll 
examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same to Lt. Daniel Spooner or bearer, being the sum of twenty- 
seven pounds sixteen shillings lawful money. 

Thos. Chittenden, | ^ 

John Fassett, \ Committee. 

June 25, 1781. Reed, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, the contents of 
this order. Paul Spooner. 

[143] [Capt. John Burt's Co7npany\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. John Burt's Company in Col. Samuel 
Fletcher's Regiment of Militia, for service done in the month of 
March, 1781, both days included. 



Names 



Capt. Burt 
Lt. Every Holbrook 
" Peter Hazeltine 
Sergt. Amos Holbrook 

" Am^ [Amariah] Taft 
John Hunthin [Huntlin] 
Iham Barns 
Benj. Murdock 
Benj. Kugg 
Caleb Hayward 
Ephre Barns 
Jona. elation 
Benj. How 
John How 
Thad^ Hazeltine 
Byal Hazeltine 
Thomas Case 
Thomas Black 
John Dyer 
Benj. Dyer 
Ebeu. Burt 
William Robins 
Saml. Wiswell 
Paul Hayward 
Stephen Wilcox 
Isaac Hunt [Hart] 
Silas Hayward 
Josh Wood 
Amos Gray 
Benj. Fuller 
Edward Smith 
Josiah Fisk 



- TS 


^'^ 




03 

0) 






a§S 




CI % 


0) 


00 


do 


g-^l 


n:3 


3 




^-2 


ft 


.»3 

a 


o o ft 


o 

■ I.H 

.(J 

OS 




5 








<i 


iz; 


« 


<i 




11th 


12th 


2 


10.8 


15 


4 


7.8 


18.4 






2 


9.3 


ki 


2 


6.4 


13.7 






2 


7.3 


(< 


2 


6.4 


13.7 






2 


3.4 


1 1 




5.0 


8.4 






2 


3.8 


<l 




5.0 


8.4 






2 


2.8 


<t 




5. 


7.8 






2 


2.8 


(( 




5. 


7.8 






2 


2.8 


1 < 




5, 


7.8 






2 


2.8 


4 i 




5. 


7.8 






2 


2.8 


1 ( 




5. 


7.8 






2 


2.8 


4 C 




5. 


■ 7.8 






2 


2.8 


1 ( 




5. 


7.8 






2 


2.8 


( 4 




5.' 


7.8 






2 


2.8 


t t 




5. 


7.8 






2 


2.8 


t 4 




5. 


7.8 






2 


2.8 


(( 




5. 


7.8 






2 


2.8 


ii 




5. 


7.8 






S 


2.8 


4 ( 




5. 


7.8 






2 


2.8 


( ( 




5. 


7.8 






2 


2.8 


( < 




5. 


7.8 


\ * 




2 


2.8 


4 ( 




5. 


7.8 






2 


2.8 


( < 




5. 


7.8 






2 


2.8 


( ( 




5. 


7.8 






2 


2.8 


t ( 




5. 


7.8 






2 


2.8 


t ( 




5. 


7.8 






2 


2.8 


(( 




5. 


7.S 






2 


2.8 


1( 




5. 


7.8 






2 


2.8 


(( 




5. 


7.8 






2 


2.8 


( < 




5. 


7.8 






2 


2.8 


i4 




5. 


7.8 






2 


2.8 


( t 




5. 


7.8 






2 


2.8 


( ( 




5. 


7.8 




/"1 o o o 



John Burt, Capt- 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



34& 



State of Vermont, Arling-ton, Aug. 13, 1781. The within roll 
sworn to by Capt. John Burt, before 

John Fasset, Jr., Asst. 

Pay Table Office, Aug. 13, 1781. The within roll examined 
and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 
Capt. John Burt or bearer, being thirteen pounds nine shillings and 
twopence, lawful money. John Fassett, | Co n^e 

Timo. Brownson, f 

Date above received of the Treasurer the contents of the above 
order. 

;^13.9.2 John Burt. 



[105] 



[^Scouts under Command of Lieut. Nathaniel IV/iite] 



A Pay Roll of a party of Men belonging to Col. Peter Olcott's 
Regiment, under the command of Lieut. Nathaniel White, em- 
ployed as Scouting Parties for one month by Col. Olcott's order, in 
the month of March, 1781. 



Names 



Nathl. White, Lt. 
Robert Johnston 
John Barron 
Benjamin Barnard 
Elijah Blood 
John Barnard 
Samuel Miller 
Levi Collins 
John Andross 
Nathan SpaflFord 
John Gait 
Jeremiah Bowen 
Thomas McFarland 
John Jacobs 
Nicholas White 



When 
engaged 



1^' March 









For -what 
term 



one month 



Time of service 


Dollars 

per 
month 

18 


Months 


Days 
30 






30 


6§ 




30 


do 




30 


do 




30 


do 




30 


do 




30 


do 




30 


do 




30 


do 




30 


do 




30 


do 




30 


do 




30 


do 




30 


do 




30 


do 



Total 



5. 8. a 

2. 

2. 

2. 

3. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

3. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

3, 

;^33.8.(> 



Nathl. White, Lieut. 

I do swear by the Ever-Living God, that the within Roll is a 
true state of the company under my command, without any fraud 
to the State of Vermont or any individual, according to my best 
knowledge. Natha. W^hite, Lieut. 

Feb. 5, 1782. Sworn before me. 

Noah White, Justice of Peace. 



350 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Pay Table Office, Bennington, 27'^ Feb. 1782. The above 
pay roll being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to 
pay unto Lieut. Nathl. White the sum of thirty-three pounds eight 

shillings lawful money. Nathl. Brush, ) ^ . , 

Irr\- -L _ c committee, 
saac Tichenor, ) 

Treasurer's Office, Windsor, June 18, 1782. Reed, of I. Allen, 
Treasurer, the contents of this order for Lieut. White. 



Bildad Andros. 



[83] 



[A Scout from Strafford^ 



A Pay Roll of three men which went from Strafford to Brook- 
field in the month of March-, 1781, on a Scout in the State service, 
by orders from Gen. Olcott. 



Names 


Days 


Per day 


Miles 


Total 


Ensign Solomon Calkin 

John Harris 

James Ordway ^ ' 


3 
3 
3 


1.7^ 

1.4 

1.4 


20 
20 
20 


0.10. 6 
0.10. 8 
0.10. 8 




^1.11.10^ 



Pay Table Office, Oct. 22, 1782. The within pay roll examined 
and approved, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the same to 
Solomon Calkin, or bearer, it being one pound eleven shillings ten 
V^ pence. John Strong, ) Committee. 



Timothy Brownson, 
1783. Received of Ira 



Thetford, July 28, 1783. Received of Ira Allen, Esq., 
Treasurer, one pound eleven shillings and ten pence half penny 
Lawful Money in full of the within account and above order. 

^1.11.10>^ Elijah Beaman. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



351 



[58] 



\Capt. Samuel S. Savage's Conipany\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Savage's Company of Militia, that marched 
the 16th day of March last by order from Genl. Baley, Esq. 
Windsor. March 16, 1781. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Amount 


Capt. Saml. Stow Savage 


3 


42 


1.10. 


Lt. Jerathl. Comings 










1. 4. 9 


Lt. Smith 










1. 4. 9 


Sergt. James Fletcher 










0.18. 9 


Sergt. Worcester 










0.18. 9 


•' Hunter 










0.18. 9 


" Woods 










0.18. 9 


Corpl. Bishop 










0.18. 9 


" Adams 










0.18. 6 


William Hunter 










0.18. 6 


Elnathan Hubbard 










0.18. 6 


Jeremh. Bishop 










0.18. 


Elijah Allen 










0.18. 


Edward Allen 










0.18. 


Jos. Palmenty 










0.18. 


John Wood 










0.18. 


Jona. Cady 










0.18. 


John Caday 










0.18. 


Benj. Caday 










0.18. 


Nathan Fish 










0.18. 


Total 






\ 




;^19. 9. 6 



Test, Saml. Stow Savage, Capt. 

Windsor County, Windsor, Apl. 13, 1781. Sworn before 

John Fassett, Asst. 

State of Vermont, Pay Table Office. The within pay roll ex- 
amined and approved, and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same to Capt. Saml. Stow Savage or bearer, being the sum of 
nineteen pounds nineteen shillings and six pence, lawful money. 
Given at Windsor, Apl. 13, 1781. 

Thos. Chittenden, ) Q^^ee 
John Fassett, \ 

June 14, 1781. Reed, of I. Allen, Treas., the contents of the 
above order for Capt. Savage. Eben"" Curtis. 



352 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[19] \^Capt. John Marcys Company'] 

A Pay Roll of Capt. John Mercy's Company of Militia that 
marched the 16'^ day of March last by orders from Gen. Bailey, Esq., 
Windsor, March 16, 1781. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


Capt. John Mercy 


3 


42 


1.10. 


Lt. Elnathan Strong 










1. 4. 9 


Lt. Eben'' Hoisington 










1. 4. 9 


Sergt. John Mercey 










O.IS. 9 


Saml. Pattrick 










0.18. 9 


Matthew Pattrick 










0.18. 9 


William Hilton 










0.18. 9 


Corpl. Thomas Wilson 










0.18. 6 


" llezekiah Thompson 






* 




0.18. 6 


Sylvanus Waters 










0.18. 


Stephen Jacobs 










0.18. 


Eldad Hubbard 










0.18. 


Eben"" Curtis 










0.18. 


John Curtis 










0.18. 


Elisha Hawley 










0.18. 


Joseph Thomas 










0.18. 


Joel Butler 










0.18. 


Peter Currier 










0.18. 


Jacob Hastens 










0.18. 


Eben"" Squire 










0.18. 


Jeded*^ Levins 










0.18. 


Stephen Marcy 










0.18. 


Lothrop Thomson 










0.18. 


Simeon Knovvlton [Nolton] 










0.18. 


Saml. Mercy 










0.18. 


Isaiah Burke 










0.18. 


Leonard Spoilden 










18. 


John Gouss 










0.18. 


W" & Saml. Jewett, 18/ each 






1.16. 


- 










^28. 9. 6 



John Marcy, Capt. 

Windsor County, Windsor, April 13, 1781. 

Sworn before John Fassett, Asst. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



353 



Pay Table Office. The within pay roll examined and approved 
and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Capt. John Marcy 
or bearer, being the sum of twenty-eight pounds, nine shillings and 
six pence, lawful money. 

Given at Windsor, April 13, 1781. 

Thos. Chittenden, ) ^ 

;^28.9.6. John Fassett, j- ^"i" 

Bennington, 22d June, 1781. Then received the contents of 
the within pay roll. John Marcy, Captain. 

[14] \_Capt. J. Burk's and Capt. M. Gibson s Companies] 

A Pay Abstract for Capt. Jesse Burk's and Capt. Michael 
Gilson's Companies, officers and soldiers included, who marched in 
the Alarm, March (at Newbury) 1781. 



Names 



Capt. Jesse Burk 
Sub° Benj. Whitney 
Non-com'^ Experience Fisk 
Jabez Perry 
Cleaford Chaffy 
Richard Doraen [Deraen?] 
Calvin Chaffy 
John Gould 
Charles Rice 
y-Nathl. Kittredge 
Joseph Burk 
John M'^Neal 
Silas Burk 
Jesse Ide 
Cornelius Miller 
Pearl Gould 
Saml. Phipper 
John Petty 
Abel Carpenter 



No. 


No. 


Pay 


Wages 


days 
3 


miles 
30 


per 
mile 


per 
day 


4d 


5/4 


3 


30 


4 


3/7 


3 


30 


4 


1/5/2 


3 


30 


4 


1/4 


3 


30 


4 


1/1 


3 


30 


4 


1/4 


3 


30 


4 


1/1 


3 


30 


4 


1/4 


3 


30 


4 


1/4 


3 


30 


4 


1/4 


3 


30 


4 


1/4 


3 


30 


4 


1/1 


3 


30 


4 


1/4 


3 


30 


4 


1/4 


3 


30 


4 


1/4 


3 


30 


4 


1/4 


3 


30 


4 


1/4 


3 


30 


4 


1/4 


3 


30 


4 


1/4 



Total 



1. 6. 

1. 0. 

0.14. 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 




9 

4^ 



^11- 5. i; 



Pay Table Office, 6th Sept. 1781. The within pay roll examined 
and approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Capt. 
Jesse Burk or bearer, it being fourteen pounds, five shillings and 



a penny 



[23] 



John Strong, , ^^^,, 

Timo. Brownson, \ 



354 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Rec'd. Arlington, Sept. 15, 1781, of the Treasurer the contents 
of the within order. Jesse Burk, Capt. 



[52] 



[Capt Joshua Hazens Company [party] 



A Pay Roll for that pa[r]t of Capt. Joshua Hazen's Company 
in Col. Wood's Regiment that marcht with Lieut. William Bramble 
to Dresden in the alarm at Newbury when Col. Thos. Johnson 
was carried away captive. [March, 1781] 



Names 



William Bramble 
Asa Kmerson 
Jacob Hall 
Jonathan Burtch 
Jesse Hall 
Joshua Dewey 
Abel Marsh 
Eoger Marsh 
Elkanah Spra^ue, Jr. 
Elnathan Allen 
ElHot Porter 
Jonathan Reynold 
W" Curtis 
James Burtch 
Isaac Jones 
Oliver Wateman 
W°' Dunham 
John Carpenter 
Joseph Marsh, Jr. 
Daniel Marsh 
Thos. Eichardson 
W™ Burtch 



Rank 


Miles 
travel 


Days 

in 
service 


Lieut. 


12 


o 


Sergt. 


do 


3 


Private 


do 


2 


do 


do 


2 


do 


do 


2 


do 


do 


2 


do 


do 


2 


do 


do 


2 


do 


do 


2 


do 


do 


2 


do 


do 


2 


do 


do 


2 


do 


do 


2 


do 


do 


2 


do 


do 


. 2 


do 


do 


2 


Corporal 


do 


2 


Private 


do 


2 


do 


do 


2 


do 


do 


2 


do 


do 


2 


do 


do 


2 


r 


:otal of t 


he whole 



Expense 



^0.8. 
2.11 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 

2. 8 



Total 



0.12. 6 
6.11 

6. 8 

6. 8 

6. 8 

6. 8 

6. 8 

6. 8 

6. 8 

6. 8 

6. 8 

6. 8 

6. 8 

6. 8 

6. 8 

6. 8 

6. 9- 

fi. 8 

6. 8 

6. 8 

6. 8 

6. 8 



,;^7.12.4. 8* 



*So in roll. 

Test. William Bramble, Lieut. 

Hartford, April y« 3rd, 1781. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, June 22, 1781. The within 
account examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to 
pay the same to Lt. William Bramble or bearer, being seven pounds 
seven shillings and six pence, 

Jno. Fassett, ^ ^^^^^^ 

limo. Brownson, \ 

June 23, 1781. Received of I. Allen, Treasurer, the contents 
of this order. 

;^7.12.6. Elkanah Sprague. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



355 



[370] \Capt. Joshua Hazen's Company] 

A Paj'- Roll of Capt. Joshua Hazen's Companyj who marched 
to PJermont, upon Gen. Bailey's request, March 9, A. D. 1781, in 
the Alarm at Peacham. 



Names 


Days 


Wages 
due 

1.0.8 


Miles 
from 


Miles 
home 


Amt. 
travel 

0.10.0 


Total 


Joshua Hazen, Capt. 


2 


30 


30 


1. 0.8 


Asa Hazen, Sergt. 


2 


3.2 


30 


30 


10. 


13.3 


David Wright, 


2 


3.2 


30 


30 


10. 


13.2 


Elias Chapman, Sergt. 


2 


3.2 


30 


30 


10. 


13.2 


Andrew Tracy, " 


2 


3.2 


30 


30 


10. 


13.2 


Stephen Tilden, Jr., Corpl. 


2 


3.0 


30 


30 


10. 


13.0 


Hezekiah Hazen, " 


2 


3.0 


30 


30 


10. 


13.0 


John Gillet [Jillet], 


2 


3.0 


30 


30 


10. 


13.0 


Joseph Chapman 


2 


2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


13.8 


Erastus Chapman 


2 


2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


12.8 


Simeon Curtis 


2 


2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


12.8 


Thomas Savage 


2 


2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


13.8 


Thomas Hazen 


2 


2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


13.8 


Solomon Hazen 


2 


2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


13.8 


Flavel [Israel] Gillet 


2 


2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


13.8 


Enoch Eaton 


2 


2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


12.8 


Jonathan Bement 


2 


2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


12.8 


Timo. Johnston 


2 


2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


12.8 


Artery Robinson 


2 


2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


12.8 


Nathl. Bugby 


2 


2.8 


80 


30 


10. 


12.8 


Nehemiah Closson 


2 


2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


12.8 


James Tracy 


2 


2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


12.8 


Thomas Tracy 


3 


2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


12.8 


Josiah Tilden 


. 2 


2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


13.8 


Luther Powell 


2 


• 2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


12.8 


Calvin Powell 


2 


2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


12.8 


William Strong 


2 


2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


12.8 


Solomon Strong 


2 


2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


12.8 


Solomon Strong, Jr. 


2 


2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


12.8 


Seth Savage 


2 


2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


12.8 


Benj. Wright 


2 


2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


12.8 


Redinton Wright 


2 


2.8 


30 ' 


30 


10. 


12.8 


Benj. Burk 


2 


2.8 


30 


30 


10. 


12.8 


Stephen Tilden 


2 


2.8 


30 


30 


10, 


12.8 




;{:22. 1.8 



Attest, Joshua Hazen, Captain. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, June 22^ 1781. The within 
account examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to 
pay the same to Capt. Joshua Hazen or bearer, being twenty-two 
pounds one shilling and eight pence. 

Thos. Fassett, Timo. Brownson, Committee. 

June 23, 1781. Reed, in full. 

^22.1.8 Elkanah Sprague. 



356 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[290] 



\^Capt. Timothy Brush's Company {part) "j 



A Pay Roll of part Capt. Timothy Brush's Company, who 
marched by order of Col. Peter Olcott at the time the enemy came 
to Peacham, under the command of Lieut. John Hopson, 
March 9, 1781. 



Names 


Time pay 
ment 


"Days 


Wag- 
es 
due 


Miles 
travel 


Pr 

mile 


Amt. 
travel 


Total 


Lt. John Hopson 


March 9 


2 


3.7 


12 


4d 


s 
0.4.0 


11. 2 


Sergt. Joel Stimson 




2 


1.7 


12 


4 


4. 


7. 2 


" Elas Newton 




2 


1.7 


12 


4 


4. 


7. 2 


" Benj. Burton 




2 


1.7 


12 


4 


4. 


7. 2 


Corpl. Elisha Freeman 




2 


1.5 


12 


4 


4. 


6.10 


John Bush 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


Elijah Baldwin 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


Jona. Bartlet 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


Joseph Bartlet 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


Elet Bartlet 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


G. 8 


John Burton 




2. 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


Israel Brown 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


Daniel Brown 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


Jonathan Benton 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


David Belknap 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


Elijah Burnap 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


Prince Freeman 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


Hezekiah Goodrich 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


Josiah Goodrich 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


Reuben Hatch 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


John Hatch 




2 


£.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


Constant Murdock[Moredock] 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


Cyprian Morgan 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


Francis Smalley 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


John Spear 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


John Sargent 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


Jonas Eichards 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


Samuel Thacher [Tacher] 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


Levi Waterman 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


Joseph Wales 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


John Slaughton 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 


Eoswell Morgan 




2 


2.8 


12 


4 


4 


6. 8 




;^10.19. 6 



A true roll. 



Attest, 



John Hopson, Lieut. 



Norwich, June 9, 1781. Then personally appeared Lieut. 
John Hopson of Norwich afor*^ and made oath to the within, 
pay roll, that it was made according to the best of his judgment. 
Before me, Nathl. Brown, Justice of the Peace. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 357 

Pay Table Office, 25*'' June, 1781. Examined and approved, 
the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to John Hopkins, or 
bearer, it being ten pounds nineteen shillings and six pence. 



■L-^ TD [ Committee. 

Timo. Brownson, j 



Reed, of I. Allen, Treasurer, the contents of this order. 
;,^10.19.6 Elisha Burton. 



358 



STATE OF VERMONT 





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360 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[375] 



\^A Scout under Lieut. James Smalley\ 



A Pay Roll for service done in a Scout under the command of 
Lt. James Smalley at the time of the Alarm at Peacham, by order 
from Col. Peter Olcott, March 16, 1781. 



Names 


Time 
engaged 


Days 


Wages 
due 


Miles 


Pr 

mile 


Amt. 
travel 


Total 


Lt. James Smalley 
Jona. Lord 
Elisha Waterman 


Mar. 16 
1 < <t 


4 
4 
4 


0.15.0 
5.4 
5.4 


30 
30 
30 


4d 

4 
4 


0.10.0 
10. 
10. 


1. 4.4 
15.4 
15.4 




i:2.17.8 



Jas. Smalley, Lt. 
State of Vermont. Norwich, 9th of June, 1781. Sworn before 
Benj. Emmons, Asst. 

Examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay 
the same, it being two pounds seventeen shillings and eight pence. 
Pay Table Office, 25th June, 1781. 

ir^. D \ Committee. 

Timo. Brownson, ) 

June 25, 1781. Reed, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, the contents 
of this order. 

^2.17.8 Elisha Burton. 



[268] 



\Capt. Benjamin Cox's Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Cox's Company of Militia, for marching 
to Fort Fortitude at Bethel in the year 1781. 



Names 



Capt. Benj. Cox 
Sergt. John Newton 
Amos Bicknell 
Nathan Boman 
Joseph Boman 
Solomon Aikins 
William Freeman 
Andrew vStevens 
Saml. Steward [Steard] 



Time 
when 



Mar. 9 



Days 


Miles 


Pr 

day 


2 


7 


5.4 


2 


7 


1.7 


2 


7 


1.4 


2 


7 


1.4 


2 


7 


1.4 


2 


7 


1.4 


2 


7 


1.4 


2 


7 


1.4 


a 


7 


1.4 



Total 



0.13.0 
0. 5.6 



0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 



5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 



^2 13.6 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



361 



Norwich, April 9, 1781. Then appeared before me Capt. 
Benj. Cox and made oath that the within pay roll was just, with- 
out fraud to the public or any private person. 

Benj. Emmons, Asst. 

Pay Table Office, June 23, 1781. The within pay roll exam- 
ined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same, 
which is eleven pounds seventeen shillings and two pence. 

Timo. Brownson, ) r-^«.«,,-ff^^ 

>■ Committee, 



June 25, 1781. 
Treasurer. 
^11.17.2. 



John Fassett, 
Reed, the contents of this order of I. Allen, 

Joseph Foster. 



[254] [A Scout from Moretown] 

A Pay Roll of a Scout from Moretown. 



Names 



Ebeti'' Martin, Capt. 
James McLaughlin, Lt. 
John Hunkins 



When 
marched 



Mar. 1781 



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Eben'" Martin, Capt. 
John Barron, Major 

Pay Table Office, Rutland, Oct . 29, 1784. The within roll being 

examined and approved, the Treasurer will pay the contents of 

the same to Maj. John Barron, for said scout, being the sura of 

ten pounds 2/6 lawful money. 

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rpi rr> 1 Y Committee. 

Thos. Tolman, f 



Rutland, Oct. 29, 1784. 
of the above order. 
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Reed, of the Treasurer the contents 



John Barron. 



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[169] \_Capt. William Heaton's Company'] 

A Pay Roll of Capt, William Heaton's Company of Militia in 
Thetford, from August, 1780, to April, 1781, in the alarm at 
Royalton and twice to Newbery, &c. 







Wages 




Amt. of 


Names 


Days 


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Miles 


travel 


Capt. William Heaton 


12 


68 


1.2.8 


Lt. Timo. Bartholomew 


12 


2.16.0 


68 


1.2.8 


Lt. John Wright 


12 


2.16.0 


68 


1.2.8 


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12 


2.16.0 


68 


1.2.8 


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12 


19. 


68 


1.2.8 


Sergt. Joel Strong 


12 


19. 


68 


1.2.8 


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12 


19. 


68 


1.2.8 


" Walter Abbot 


12 


19. 


68 


1.2.8 


Corpl. Simon Gillet 


12 


17. 


68 


1.2.8 


" Frederick Arnist 


12 


17. 


68 


1.2.8 


" Charles Chamberlin 


12 


17. 


68 


1.2.8 


" Richard Wallace 


12 


17. 


68 


1.2.8 


David English 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


David Mann 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


Frederick Mann 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


Eldad Post 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


Aaron Post 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


Ichabod Trusdel 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


Aaron Truesdel 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


Aaron Hosford 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


John Stewart 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


Abijah Howard 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


Joseph Hosford 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


Noah Swetland 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


W™ Cushman 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


Elisha Woodworth 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


Joseph Downer 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


Cushman Downer 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


Gardner Dustou 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


Orange Heaton 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


Abner Chamberlin 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


Elijah Howard 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


Benj. Chamberlin 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


Saml. Galusha 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


Zebede Howard 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



365 







Wages 




Amt. of 


Names 


Days 


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Miles 


travel 


Moses Cadwell 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


Beriah Loomis 


12 


16. 


68 


1.2.8 


Abel Wright 


12 


16. 


68 


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Samuel Wright 


12 


16. 


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Jonathan Nichols 


12 


16. 


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John Osboru 


12 


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Samuel Rogers 


12 


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12 


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12 


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Thomas Divine 


12 


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Moody Truman 


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Jeptha Tyler 


12 


16. 


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1.2.8 


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12 


16. 


68 


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Pay Table Office, June 23^ 1781. The within pay roll is 

examined and approved, and the Treasurer is hereby ordered ta 

pay the same to Capt. William Heaton or bearer, it being for the 

sum of ninety-eight pounds. 

Tim.o. Brownson, ) r^ •,, 

T , o^ y Committee. 

John Strong, 



June 26, 1781. 
this order. 
^98.0.0 



Reed, of I. Allen, Treasurer, the contents of 

Timo. Bartholomew. 



366 



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[340] \Capt. Si??ieon Stevens' Company] 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Simeon Stevens' Company in Newbury, 
from May, 1779, to May, 1781, of service done in guarding and 
scouting in the sundry alarms, guarding prisoners, under the com- 
mand of Col. Peter Olcott. 



Names 


Days 


Pay 
pr month 


Total 


Simeon Stevens, Capt. 


25 


12.0.0 


6.13.4 


Joseph Chamberlin, Lt. 


25 


8 


4. 6.4 


Dudley Carleton, 2'^ Lt. 


25 


8 


4. 6.4 


Saml. Eaton 


19 


2.8 


1.10.3 


Wright Chamberlin \ 


19 


2.8 


1.10.3 


Henry Lovewell >• Sergts. 


19 


2.8 


1.10.3 


Josiah Page ) 


19 ' 


2.8 


1.10.3 


Joseph Wilson 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Err Chamberlin 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Otho Stevens 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Saml. Stevens 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


William Wallace 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Zaoheus Lovewell 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


William Tapline 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


James Dodge 


29 


2. 


1.18.8 


Levi Sylvester, Jr. 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Jacob Fowler, 3*^ 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Joseph White, Jr. 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Amos Berratt [Benatt] 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Thomas Chamberlin 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Jacob Page 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


David Hazletine 


33 


2. 


2. 4. 


Robert Hunkins 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Jona. Goodwin 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Jacob Kent 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Thomas Brock 


19 


2. 


l.,5.4 


Eben^ White 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


John Mills, Jr. 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


John Mills, Sen. 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Reuben Foster 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Isaac Stevens 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Mansfield Taplin 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Duncan McLean 


26 


2. 


1.14.8 


Remembrance Chamberlin 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


'John Taplin 


19 


2. 


1. 54 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



369 



Names 


Days 


Pay 

pr month 


Total 


Abner Fowler 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Benjamin Muzzey 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Robert Johnstone . 


57 


2. 


3.16. 


Peletiah BlibS 


19 


2. 


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Jona, Butterfield 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Jona. Fowler 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


John Hazeltine 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Asa Webster 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Saml. Barnate 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Willibie Goodin 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Benj. Barnett 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


John Goodwin 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


John Barnate 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Uriah Chamberlin 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


John Brown 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Ephraim Lecy 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Gideon Smith 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Aaron Osmore 


39 


2. 


2.12. 


Saml. Heath 


19 


2. 


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Ephraim Bayley 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Jameas Heath 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Ephraim Webster 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Ephraim Webster, Jun'' 


19 


2. 


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Fry Bayley 


29 


2. 


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Peter Johnson 


19 


2. 


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Elihu Johnson 


20 


2. 


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Saml. Johnson 


19 


2. 


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John Russell 


19 


2. 


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Amos Kirnball 


8 


2. 


10.8 


Saml. Webster 


19 


2. 


1. 5 4 


Abiel Chamberlin 


31 


2. 


2. 1.4 


Timo. Sargent 


19 


2. 


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Neh^ Lovewell, Jr. 


19 


2. 


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John Baird 


19 


2. 


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Sylvanus Heath 


19 


2. 


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Neh'' Lovewell, Senior 


19 


2. 


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Jacob Bayley, Jr. 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Moses Kelly 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


James Bayley 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


William Johnson 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Nathl. Chamberlin 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 



[24] 



370 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


Days 


Pay 
pr month 


Total 


Saml. Hadley 


32 


2. 


2. 2.8 


Asher Chamberlin 


23 


2. 


1.10.8 


Silas Chamberlin 


19 . 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Jacob Fowler, Jr. 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Jacob Gates 


39 


2. 


2.12. 


Jona. Lovewell 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Jacob Kent, Junior 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Edmund Brown 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


James Vance 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


John Vance 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Thos. Hibbard 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Joseph Taylor 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Thomas Johnson 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Paul Ford 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Thos. McKeitch 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Samuel Fellows 


19 


2. 


1. 5 4 


Andrew Carter 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Jesse Heath 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Aaron Shepard 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Nicholas White 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Moses Chamberlin 


21 


2. 


1. 8. 


Stephen Powers 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 


Jona. Powers 


19 


2. 


1. 5 4 


Ashbel Shepard 


14 


2. 


18 8 


Cornelius Morgan 


19 


2. 


1. 5.4 




;^149.7.4 



Simeon Stevens, Capt. 

Newbury, June 7, 1785. This certifieth that then Capt. 
Simeon Stevens personally appeared and gave solemn oath to the 
truth of the within roll, errors excepted, before me, 

Jacob Kent, Justice of Peace. 

Pay Table Office, Sunderland, July 9, 1785. The within roll 
is examined and approved, and the Treasurer is directed to pay 
the same, amounting to one hundred forty-nine pounds seven shil- 
lings and four pence, lawful money, to Capt. Simeon Stevens (or 
bearer) 

Sam^ Barilet, | ^ .,, 

n^- -D y Committee. 

1 imo. Brownson, j 

Sunderland, July 9, 1785. Reed, of I. Allen, Treasurer, the 
contents of this order. 

^149.7.4 John G. Bayley. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



371 



[331] 



[Scouts under Cominand of Capt. Frye Bayley\ 



A Pay Roll of a party of men belonging to Col. Peter Olcott's 
Regiment under the command of Capt. Frye Bayley, employed in 
scouting, dated at Newbury, 8th May,. 1781. 





When 


For 


Time of 


service 




Names 


en- 
gaged 


what 
term 






Total 


Mos. 


Days 


Frye Bayley, Capt. 






1 


7 


9.17.4 


James Bayley, Lt. 




!^ 


1 


7 


6.12.7 


Thos. Chamberlin, Lt. 


h9 


o 




20 


3.11.8 


Thomas Johnson 


d; . 


•rs 




16 


1. 1.4 


Levi Sylvester 


Cfi' 




1 


7 


2. 9.4 


Aaron Sheppard 


in 
1-J 


03 




20 


1. 6.8 


Ephraim Webster 


<_ 




15 


1. 0.0 


Stephen Powers 






1 


7 


2. 9.4 


Jonathan Powers 


Cu 


<-► 


1 


7 


2. 9.4 


Samuel Johnson 


o 


3 




20 


1. 6.8 


Jesse Heath 
Asa Webster 


CD 

O 
o 






15 
14 


1. 0.0 

0.18.8 


David Hazeltine 


o 


r^ 




19 


1. 5.4 


Joseph White 


cr 

CD 


3 




26 


1.14.8 


Jacob Bayley, Jr. 


1-1 


i-j 


1 


2 


2. 2.8 


Nehemiah Lovewell 


sr 


CD 


1 


7 


2. 9.4 


John Lovewell 


l-^ 


1 


7 


2. 9.4 


Abiel Chamberlin 


1—' 






12 


0.16.0 


Err Chamberlin 


CO 

o 


c 




15 


1. 0.0 


Nathl. Merrill 


f-t- 

o 






10 


0.13.4 


Joseph Chamberlin 


w 




4 


0. 5.4 


Samuel Eaton 


5' 




15 


1. 0.0 


Samuel Hadley 


^ 


CO 

fD 




10 


0.13.0 


Joshua Bayley 


j» 


< 


1 


( ( 


2. 0.0 


Henry Lovewell 




o 


1 


7 


2. 9.4 


John Gibson 


00 


o 


1 


7 


2. 9.4 


Benj. Barnett 






1 


It 


2. 0.0 
^57.10.7 



The above is a true and just pay 
officer. 

Newbury, May 8, 1781. 



roll on the honor of 
Frye Bayley, Capt. 



an 



372 



STATE OF VERMONT 



In Council, Feb. 18, 1782. Resolved, that it be and hereby is 
recommended to the committee of Pay Table to adjust and draw 
an order on the Treasurer for the payment of the within Pay Roll. 

Attest, Jos. Fay, Secretary. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, Feb. 19, 1782. The within pay 
roll being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the 
sum of fifty-seven pounds ten shillings and seven pence to Capt. 
Frye Bayley or order. Isaac Tichenor, | ^ 

Nathl. Brush, f Committee. 

Treasurer's Office, Windsor, Feb. 20, 1783. Reed, of Ira 
Allen, Esq., Treasurer, the contents of the above order, being- 
fifty-seven pounds ten shillings and seven pence, lawful money, 
for and in behalf of Capt. Frye Bayley. 

p^57.10.7 Nehemiah Lovewell, Jr. 

[15] [ Capt. Stephen Calkms' Coinpany\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Stephen Calkins' Company, Col. Ira. 
Allen's Regiment of Militia 





n3 


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03 




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20 


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return 


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6 


1 

Pay p 
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03 
O 
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Lt. Eben'- Wilson 


25 


5.8.0 


25 


0.8.^ 


i 1.18.2 


Sergt. Jona. Sprague 




25 




2.0.8 








0.18.4 


" Luther Colvin 




25 




2.0.8 








18.4 


Jona. Seely 




25 




2.0.0 








16.4 


George Gage 




25 




2.0.0 








16.4 


William Gage 




35 




3.0.0 








16.4 


William Louden 




25 




3.0.0 








16.4 


Matthew Ray 




25 


3 


2.0.0 








16.4 


Edward Soper 




25 


6 


2.0.0 








16.4 


Obadiah Al en 




25 




2.0.0 








16.4 


Philip Spalding 




25 




2.0.0 








16.4 


Job Conger 




25 




2.0.0 








16.4 


Asher Conger 




35 




2.0.0 








16.4 


Eichard Latten . 




25 




2.0.0 








16.4 


David Howard 




25 




2.0.0 








16.4 


Equella Sturge 




25 




2.0.0 








16.4 


Thos. Allen 




25 




2.0.0 








' 16.4 


James Webster 




Nov4 


15 


S.0.0 








1. 8.4 


Jesse Tuttle 




4 


15 


2.0.0 








1. 8.4 


W» Creubly, Jr. 




4 


15 


2.0.0 








1. 8.4 


Constant Vail 




4 


15 


3.0.0 








1. 8.4 


Nichodemus Herenton 




4 


15 


3.0.0 








1. 8.4 


Jonathan Grover 




4 


15 


2.0.0 








1. 8.4 


John Horton 


2 


25 


6 


2.0.0 








0.16.4 
















;^ 23. 18.4 



Lt.'s Rations 
Total 



0. 4.0 

;^34. 2.4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



373 



Pay Table Office, 30th May, 1781. The within pay roll 
examined and approved and the Treasurer is hereby directed to 
pay the same, being ;^24.2.4 Thos. Chittenden, ) ^ gg 

Timo. Brownson, j 

Date above rec'd. of the Treasurer the contents of the above. 

Stephen Calkins. 



[34] 



\Capt. Stephen Calkins' Company] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Stephen Calkins' Company of Militia in 
Col. Ira Allen's Regiment. 



Names 


When 
march- 
ed 


When 
return- 
ed 


Days 


Pay per 
month 


Miles 
travel 


Amt. of 
travel 


Total 


■Capt. Stephen Calkins 


26 


30 


5 


8.0.0 


25 


0.8.4 


1.17.1 


Lt. Eben' Wilson 














5.8.0 






8.4 


1. 6.7 


En. Isaac Colvin 














5.8.0 






8.4 


1. 6.7 


Sergft. Luther Colvin 














2.8.0 






8.4 


0.16.4 


" Jona. Sprague 














2.0.0 






8.4 


16.4 


Danl. Vanderlander 














2.0.0 


' 




8.4 


15.0 


Oershom Conger 
Amos Colvin 














2.0.0 
2.0.0 






8.4 
8.4 


15.0 
15.0 


Philip Spaulding 
Obadiah Allen 














2.0.0 
2.0.0 






8.4 
8.4 


15.0 
15.0 


Edward Soper 
Obadiah Edmunds 














2.0.0 
2.0.0 






8.4 
8.4 


15.0 
15.0 


Henry Spalding 
W"" Gage 














2.0.0 
2.0.0 






8.4 
8.4 


15.0 
15.0 


David Howard 














2.0.0 






8.4 


15.0 


Job Conger 














2.0.0 






8.4 


15.0 


Jonathan Selah 














2.0.0 






8.4 


15.0 


Ezekiel Smith 














2.0.0 






8.4 


15.0 


Eichard Calkins 


< 




2 


8 




3 


2.0.0 






8.4 


12.6 



Capt.'' rations 
Lt. do 

En" do 




Bations 



^16.10.4 
0.13.4 



;^17. 3.8 



Pay Table Office, May 30, 1781. The within pay roll examined 
and approved and the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the 
same, being ;^17.3.8 Thos. Chittenden, j. Q^j^ee 

Timo. Brownson, f 

Date above, reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the within 



pay roll. 



Stephen Calkins. 



374 



STATE OF VERMONT 



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REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



375 



[253] [A Rutla7id Company under Ensigtt Isaac Cushman] 

A Pay Roll of a part of a Militia Company belongingf to Rut- 
land, under the command of Ensign Isaac Cushman to Fort Ven- 
geance the first of June last [?], by order of Lt. Spencer, at that 
time commandant at said Fort. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Wages 


Isaac Cushman, En. 


7 


12 


1.13.4 


Nathl. Pratt, Sergt. 


7 


12 


15.4 


Chap° Hawley 


7 


12 


13.4 


Jared Post 


7 


12 


13.4 


Fredk. Cushman 


7 


12 


13.4 


William Barr 


7 


12 


13.4 


Amos Hiams 


7 


12 


13.4 


Moses Andrews 


7 


12 


13.4 


Elias Post 


7 


12 


13.4 


Edward Waters 


7 


12 


13.4 


John Hinman 


7 


12 


13.4 


Josiah Hale 


2 


12 


6.8 


Phineas Kingley 


2 


12 


6.8 


James Bentley 


2 


12 


6.8 


Dennis Burgess 


2 


12 


6.8 


Joseph Keeler 


2 


12 


6.8 


John Andrews 


6 


12 


12.0 


Nathl. Whitney 


2 


12 


6.8 




;^110.8 



Pay Table Office, 12th June, 1781. The within roll being ex- 
amined is approved, and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same 
to Isaac Cushman or order, which is eleven pounds eight pence. 

Thos. Chittenden, I p ee 
Timo. Brownson, j 
Rutland, June 8, 1781. To his Excellency Thomas Chitten- 
den, Esq: — Please to deliver the sum of the within roll to the 
bearer, Sylvanus Brown, and you will oblige your humble servt. 

Isaac Cushman. 
Date above reed, the contents of the above order. 
Pr me, Sylvanus Brown. 



376 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[325] 



\Capt. Zebediah Dewey's Company^ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Zebediah Dewey's Company for their 
service in the Alarm at Castleton, June 10*^, 1781 — in obedience 
to orders from Major Isaac Clark. 



Names 


Days in 
service 


Wages 
pr day 


Travel 


Total 


Capt. Zebediah Dewey 


2 ■ 


6.8 


2.8 


16. 


Lt. Josiah Grant 


2 


4.3 


2.8 


11. 2 


En. Elkanah Ashley 


2 


4.3 


2.8 


11. 2 


Sergt. John Ashley 


2 


1.7 


2.8- 


5.10 


Peter How 


2 


1.7 


2.3 


5.10 


Corp. Ichabod Marshall 


2 


1.5 


2.8 


5. 7 


Thomas Dewey 


2 


1.5 


2.8 


5. 7 


" Saml. Fletcher 


2 


1.5 


2.8 


5. 7 


Danl. Richards 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Asa Lawrence 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Timothy Hyde 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


James Guthrie 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Samuel Allen 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Thomas Hooker 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Isaac Adams 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Phineas Peaice 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


John How 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Enoch Ashley 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Benjamin Adams 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Jason Royce 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Elijah Goodwin 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Azel Holmes 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


John Moseley 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Benjamin Parmetree 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


William Richards 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Samuel Hooker 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Paul Marshal 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Jonathan Marshall 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Asahel Green 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Philip How 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


William Hooker, Jr. 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


James Barber 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Ichabod Darrow 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Joseph Rain [Rann?] 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Seth Craw 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Eben'' Frisbie 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



377 



Names 


Days in 


Wages 


Travel 


Total 




service 


pr day 






Philip Brookins 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Hezekiah Loggan 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Bartholomew Marrit 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Barnard Ward 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Silas Churchel 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Isaac Horsford 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Reuben Horsford 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Michael Marrit 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Elijah Owen, Jr. 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Elisha Owen 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Henry Hyde 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 


Levi Thatcher 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


5. 4 




;^14. 0. 1 



Zebediah Dewey, Capt. 

Sunderland, April 8, 1782. Pay Table Office. The within 
pay roll examined and approved the Treasurer is directed to pay 
the same to Capt. Zebediah Dewey or order, it being fourteen 
pounds and one penny. Timothy Brownson, ) r^nim,>fAf^ 

Nathl. Brush, [ ^o^^^^^^^^- 

Sunderland, April 12, 1782. The above pay roll sworn to. 
Before me Timo. Brownson, Assistant. 

Sunderland, April 12, 1782. For value received I do hereby 
sign over the above pay roll to Ira Allen, and request the Treas- 
urer to pay the same to him. 

Zebediah Dewey, Capt. 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, June 8, 1782. Reed, of 
I. Allen, Treasurer, the contents of this order. 

Ira Allen. 



378 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[333] 



\Capt. Lemuel Roberts' Company] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Lemuel Roberts' Company in Col. 
Ebenezer Allen's Regiment of Militia in the service of this State, 
commencing the tenth and ending- the eleventh day of June, both 
days included. 



Names 



Capt. Lemuel Roberts 
Ensign Cephas Carpenter 
Sergt. Asahel Joiner 

John Collins 
Isaiah Mason 
Nathan Lee 
George Shearman 
Edward Bayley 
John Bayley 
Nathan Collins 
Isaac Runnels 
Oliver Walton 
Henry Walton 
Amos Herrick 



Entered 



June 10 



1 ^ 
i ( 



Left 



June 11 



Days 


Miles 


2 


7 


2 


7 


2 


7 


2 


7 


2 


7 


2 


7 


2 


7 


2 


7 


2 


7 


2 


7 


2 


7 


2 


7 


2 


7 


2 


7 



Total 



0.15.8 
9.6 
5.6 
5.6 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.a 
5.0 

^4.6.2 



Lemuel Roberts, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Sept. 13, 1781. The within roll examined 
and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 
Capt. Lem' Roberts or bearer, being four pounds six shillings and 

^^° P^"^^- J°^" ^f ^^"' I Committee. 

John Strong, j 

Reed. 14th Sept. 1781, of the Treasurer, the contents of the 
above order. Jacob Smith. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



379 



[133] 



[^Capt. John Spafford's Company\ 



Pay Roll of Capt. John Spafford's Company in Col. Eben'' 
Allen's Regiment of Militia in the State of Vermont for service 
done in an alarm, commencing the 10*'' day and ending the 11*^ 
day of June 1781, both days included. 



Name 



Capt. John Spafford 

Lt. Saml. Allen 

En. Orange Train 

Sergt. Abijah Pratt 
' ' Zephaniah White 
" Daniel Adams 
" Jared Jones 

Thomas Porter 

Stephen Royce 

Thomas Hutchinson 

Aaron Matthews 

Thomas Tuttle 

Stephen Rice 

Elisha Grandy 

Charles Brewster 

Samuel Matthews 

Zorflus Fitch 

Ethan Pier 

Ephraim Coy 

Jasper Southworth 

Artemas Southworth 

Daniel Evans 

Elihu Johnson 

Jacob Johnson 

Benja'' Johnson 

Moses Corbin 

Joshua Remington 

Uriah Remington 

John Trass 

John Hamilton 

Bethel Hurd 

Jonathan Griswoll 

James Linn 

James Adams 



Days 


Pr day 


Amt. 
wages 


Miles 


2 


6.8 


13.4 


15 


2 


4.3 


8.6 


15 


2 


4.3 


^.% 


15 


2 


1.7 


3.2 


15 


2 


1.7 


3.2 


15 


2 


1.7 


3.2 


15 


2 


1.7 


3.2 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 



Total 



18.4 
13.6 
13.6 
8.2 
8.2 
8.2 
8.2 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 



380 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Name 


Days 


Pr day 


Amt. 
wages 


Miles 


Total 


Theoderous Frisbe 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


Elisha Coy 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


John Chandler 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


Oliver Bell 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


Isaac Richmond 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


Joshua Cambel ■ 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


Solomon Noble 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


Heber Rice 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


Joseph Chandler 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


Clark Noble 


2 


1.4 


2-8 


15 


7.8 


Hezekiah Wadsworth 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


James Cotten 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


W"" Vose [Chase?] 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


Abel White 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


Edward Turner 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


Aaron Adams 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


Darius Chipman 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


Henry Nicholson 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


Henry Nicholson, Jr. 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


Elisha Utley 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


John Hopkins 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


Robert Hopkins 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


Daniel Herick 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


Job Spafford 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


Daniel Fuller 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 


Cyrus Chipman 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


7.8 
^23.10.8 



Test, John Spafford, Capt. 
I swear that the above pay roll is truly and justly made, with- 
out fraud to the public or injustice to any individual, according to 
the best of my knowledge. John Spafford, Capt. 

Jan. 20. 1783. Sworn before me. 

Obediah Noble, Justice of Peace. 

Pay Table Office. Feb^ 24, 1783. The within pay roll ex- 
amined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same to Capt. John Spafford or bearer, it being twenty-three 
pounds ten shillings and eight pence. 

John Strong, ) ^^^^^^e 
Isaac Tichenor, 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



381 



Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, April 25, 1783. Reed, of Ira 
Allen, Esq. Treasurer, the contents of the above order, being 
twenty-three pounds ten shillings and eight pence, lawful money 
in behalf of Capt. John Spafford. 

;^23.10.8 John Strong. 

[64] [^Capt. Jacob Wood's Coj7ipany\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Jacob Wood's Company, Col. Thomas 
Lee's Regiment, for their tour to Castleton, June 10, A.D. 1781. 



Names 



Capt. Jacob Wood 

Lt. Jo^ Spalding 

Sergt. Benj. Richardson 
Ja^ M-^Clure 

Clk. Eph'" Wood 

Corpl. Stephen Wood 

Fifer Joseph Wood 

Benjamin Haskin 

Selah Hubbard, Jr. 

Richard Moss 

Gideon Searle, Jr. 

Nathan Warren 

Elnathan Gilbert 

Elisha Gilbert 

Daniel Manville 

Nathan Walton 

Azor Perry 

Gamaliel Waldo 

Joseph Canfield 

Solomon Wood 

Silas Malory 

Nathan Ford 

Lt. Alex'' Gorden 

Sergt. Reuben Searl 
" Jabish Warren 
** Increase Rudd 
" Thos. M-^Clure 

Gideon Searl 

Luther Fillmore 



When 
marched 



June 10 



When 
dis- 
charged 



June 11 



u 
1 ( 
I < 
i ( 
( ( 
i ( 

< ( 
I ( 
t i 

< t 
t ( 
(( 
( ( 
( ( 
( ( 
i i 
> ( 
( ( 
( ( 

< ( 
t( 
1 ( 
( 1 
I ( 
( ( 



Wages & 
rations 
per day 



0.6.8 
4.3 
1.7 
1.7 
1.7 



1.5}4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 



Total 



0.18. 
13. 2 

7.ia 

7.10 
7.10 

7. 7 
7. 7 
7. 4 
7. 4 
7. 4 



7. 
7. 



4 
4 



7. 4 

7. 4 

7. 4 

7. 4 



7. 
7. 



4 
4 
4 

7. 4 
7. 4 
7. 4 
7. 4 
7. 4 
7. 4 
7. 4 
7. 4 
7. 4 
7. 4 



1^11.11. 2 



Jacob Wood, Capt. 



3S2 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Pay Office, Arlington, Jan. 8, 1783. 

The Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the sum of eleven 
pounds eleven shillings and two pence to Capt. Jacob Wood or his 
order, agreeable to the within pay roll 

Isaac Tichenor, j 



Timo. Brownson, f 



Committee. 



Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, Jan 8, 1782. Received of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order. 

Jacob Wood, Capt. 



[227] 



\^Capt. Abishai Moseleys Co7npany\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Abishai Moseley's Company for their 
services in the Alarm at Castleton, June 10, 1781, in obedience to 
orders from Major Isaac Clark. 







P^ 




Names 


Days 


day 


Total 


Capt. Abishai Moseley 


2 


6.8 


16. 


Lt. Ithamar Brookins 


2 


4.3 


11. 2 


Sergt. Elisha Asley 


2 


1.7 


5.10 


" Josiah Lewis 


2 


1.7 


5.10 


" Joel Grannis 


2 


1.7 


5.10 


Corpl. Jona. Morgan [Mogan?" 


2 


1.5 


5. 7 


Elisha Allen 


2 


1.5 


5. 7 


Thomas Asley 


2 


1.4 


5. 4 


Solomon Wilde 


2 


1.4 


5. 4 


John Grant 


2 


1.4 


5. 4 


William Ward 


2 


1.4 


5. 4 


Saml. Higgins 


2 


1.4 


5. 4 


Elisha Hebard 


2 


1.4 


5. 4 


John Owen 


2 


1.4 


5. 4 


William Hooker 


2 


1.4 


5. 4 


Michael Marrit 


2 


1.4 


5. 4 


Mordecai Soper 


2 


1.4 


5. 4 


Ithamar Hibard 


2 


1.4 


5. 4 




^5.12. 6 



Test. 



Abishai Moseley, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



383 



Pay Table Office, Bennington, Feb. 29, 1782. The above 

account being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to 

pay the sum of five pound twelve shillings and six pence to Capt. 

Abisha Moseley or order. Isaac Tichenor, ) ^ ... 

^ T^- Ti \ Committee. 

Timo. Brownson, j 

Sunderland, April 10, 1782. For value reed. I do hereby sign 
over the within order to Ira Allen and request the Treasurer to 
pay the same to him. Zebediah Dewey, 

for Moseley. 

Treasurer's Office. Sunderland, June 8, 1782. Reed, ot Ira 
Allen, Treasurer, the contents of this order. 

j^5.12.6 Ira Allen. 



[299] 



\^Lieut. Lemuel White's Company] 



Pay Roll of Lt. Lemuel White's Company of Militia in Shrews- 
bury and State of Vermont, on an Alarm, commencing June 10th, 
1781. 



Names 


Commecc' 
of pay 


To what 
time paid 


Days 

12 
12 

7 
12 
12 
12 
12 

2 
12 
12 

9 
12 


Miles 


Offi- 
cers' 
Rations 


Total 


Xiemuel White. Lt. 




32 
32 
32 
32 
32 
32 
32 
12 
32 
32 
32 
32 


12 


3.12. 


Ezra Freeman, Sergt. 
Curtis Smith. " 






1.10. 2 






1. 2. 


Ziba Aldrich, Corpl 
lOavid Niles 






1. 7.11 






1. 6. 8 


1/ Thomas Eddy 
W'" Smith 






1 6. 8 






1. 6. 8 


Nehemiah Smith 






0. 6 8 


Aaron Estey 
Zebediah Green 






1. 6 8 






1. 6. 8 


.TpT-pmiah Weatherhead 






1 2. 8 


Asahpl TT arris 






1. 6. 8 












;^16.11. 1 



Lemuel White, Lieut. 

Pay Table Office, 23 Oct. 1782. The within pay roll examined 

and approved and the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the 

same to Lt. Lemuel White or bearer, it being sixteen pounds 

eleven shillings and one pence. 

Timothy Brownson, ) /"> _ -.^ 
T , o/ \ Committee. 

John Strong, j 

Treasurer's Office, Windsor, Feb. 22, 1783. Reed, of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order, being sixteen pounds 
eleven shillings and one penny, in behalf of Lem^ White. 

;^16.11.1 Ichabod Robinson. 



384 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[506] 



[^Major Israel S?nith and A. Q. J/.] 



A Pay Roll for Israel Smith Maj'' and A.nios Chamberlin 
A. Q. M. 

To Maj. Smith, 16 days and 68 miles travel £^. 9.4 

To Amos Chamberlin for 15 days and 68 ms. travel 3.16.9 

£10. 6.1 

Pay Table Office, June 28, 1781. The within Pay Roll exam- 
ined and approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 
Maj. Israel Smith or bearer, being ten pounds, six shillings and 
one penny. \ 

^10.6.1 John Strong, 

Timo. Brownson, 



Com 



tee 



June 27, 1781. 
this order. 

[48] 



Reed of Ira Allen 



Treasurer, the contents of 
Tim. Bartholomew. 



[^Capt. Abner Seelfs Cofnpany\ 



True List of (the names and sums of) Capt. Abner Seely's Pay 
Roll of himself and company in the service of the State of 
Vermont, from the beginning of the campaign, 1781. to the .30th 
of June in said year, inclusive, taken from the original. 



Names 


Sum 


Names 


Sum 


Capt. Abner Seely 


14. 6. 8 


Thos. Parker 


2. 9. 4 


lit. Jas. Smalley 


7.18. Oi 


Saml. Thatcher 


2. 9. 4 


Lt. Saml. Phippen 


7. 5. 2^ 


Eben"^ Percivel 


2. 9. 4 


Sergt. Adrian Hatch 


2.19. 4i 


Joel Tilden 


2. 9. 4r 


Robert Hand 


2.19. 4i 


Stephen Tilden 


2. 9. 4 


" Azel Percivel 


2.19. 4i 


Nathl. Messinger 


2. 4. 


Thos. Todd 


2.19. A\ 


Josiah Goodrich 


2. 4. a 


Corpl. Thos. Hunter 


2.13.1U 


Thos. Anderson 


2. 9 4 


" Richard Dorand 


2. 8. 1^ 


Jared Alger 


2. 0. 


Israel Post 


2.13.1U 


W'" Anderson 


2. 9. 4 


" Danl. Brown 


2.13.1l| 


Ellis Morey 


1.10. 8 


Drm. Thos. Divine 


2.13.11i 


Zerah Norton 


1.10. 8 


Fifer Oliver Seelj^e 


2.18.1l| 


Jona. Rich 


1.10. 8 


Barzill" Bush 


2. 9. 4 


Jona. Luce 


1.10. S 


Joel Benton 


2. 9. 4 


Nathl. Brown 


1.10. 8 


Jno. Jones 


2. 9. 4 


John Lasdeil 


8. 0. 


Levi Waterman 


2, 9. 4 


Simon Root 


1.10. 8- 


Jos. Safford 


8. 0. 


John Armon 


1. 1. 4 


Jereh Virginia 


4.13. 4 


Ezekiel Colbee, Jr. 


0.18. 8 


W-" Black 


2. 9. 4 


Jona. Woodward 


0.12. 


Reuben Smith 


2. 9. 4 


Jnbez Bates 


2 fi. 8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



385 



.Names 


Sum 


Names 


Sum 


Jona. Polley 
Timo. Carpenter 
John Lovejoy 
Pearl Gould 
Squire Chaffee 
Otis Chaffee 
Elisha White 
Jacob Fowler 


2. 4. 
2. 4. 
2. 4. 
2. 4. 
2. 4. 
2. 4. 
0.13. 4 
0.13. 4 


Josiah Williams 
Jno. Murch 
Jona. Howe 
Ichabod Lord 
Ezekiel Colbee 
Luther Edye 
In number 56 


0. 1. 4 
0. 1. 4 
0. ]. 4 
2. 9. 4 
2. 9. 4 
2. 4. 



Total amt. 



;^152. 1. 5| 



Attest, 



Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



Pay Table Office, Sunderland, Aug. 21, 1783. The above list 
having been examined with the original roll and approved of, the 
Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the contents of the same to 
Thomas Tolman, Esq. Paymaster, being the sum of one hundred 
and fifty two pounds one shilling and five pence % lawful money, 
taking his receipt. 

Timothy Brownson, 
Saml. Bartlit. 



Committee. 



Received of the Treasurer the contents of the above warrant. 
Oct. 2, 1784. Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



[47] 



[Ca//. John Benjamin's Company^ 



True List of (the names and sums of) Capt. John Benjamin's 
Pay Roll of himself and Company for services in the State of Ver- 
mont, from the beginning of the campaign, 1781, to the 30th of 
June in said year, inclusive, taken from the original. 



Names 


Sum 


Names 


I 

Sum 


Capt. Jno. Benjamin 


40. 0.0 


Fifer Timo. Bannister 


8.16.0 


Lt. Wvllys Hall 


25.12.0 


Drm. Jason Bannister 


8.16.0 


Lt. Joshua Church 


9.12.0 


Philemon Sampson 


8. 0.0 


Sergt. Enoch Emerson 


9.12.0 


Gardner Spooner 


8. 0.0 


Sergt. Jno, Kinsley 


9.12.0 


Oliver Cheney 


4. 8.0 


Sergt. Amasa Powers 


9.12.0 


W'" Birch 


8. 0.0 


Sergt. Nathl. Washburn 


9.12.0 


W"^ Strong 


8. 0.0 


Corpl. Stephen Tilden 


8.16.0 


Royal Manter 


8. '0.0 


' ' Moses Morse 


8.16.0 


Caleb Benjamins 


5.14.8 


" Jno. Killam 


8.16.0 


Joshua Church 


1. 6.8 


" Jerh. Rust 


4.18.3 


Abel Pavne 


8. 0.0 



[25] 



386 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


Sum 
1. 6.8 


Names 


Sum 


Nich= Smith 


Aaron Warren 


8. 0.0 


Nathan Smith 


1. 6.8 


John Hall 


2. 5.4 


Isaac Puffer 


3.12.0 


Luke Lamphier 


8. 0.0 


Ephraim Miles 


3.12.0 


Adin Dyke 


8. 0.0 


Thos. Powers 


8. 0.0 


Derick Oxford 


8. 0.0 


Asahel Powers 


8. 0.0 


Ezra Wait 


8. 0.0 


James Tracy 


8. 0.0 


Eben' Fletcher 


8. 0.0 


Elijah Spafford 


2.12.0 


Jas. Barrows 


8. 0.0 


Eben' Joy 


8. 0.0 


Jos. Hall 


8. 0.0 


Edward Hall 


1.16.0 


Ths. Lamphire 


8. 0.0 


John Sanger 


2.18.8 


Seth Hodges 


8. 0.0 


Vespat" Hoisington 


S. 0.0 


W'" Grigger 


8. 0,0 


Saml. Skinner 


8. 0.0 


Chris" Mobbone 


4. 9.4 


James Hall 


2.12.0 


W"' Abbott 


8. 0.0 


W"^ Bragg 


2.12.0 


Amos Stow 


0. 6.8 


David Chubb 


2.12.0 


Jno. Freeman 


8. 0.0 


Nathl. Stone 


1. 6.8 


David House 


2.12.0 


Philip Bacon 


1. 6.8 


Saml. Stewart 


4. .5.4 


Jno. Cheadle 


8. 0.0 


Stephen Jenkins 


2.12.0 


William Bennett 


8. 0.0 




- 


Seth Fuller 


8. 0.0 


Amt, total 


^443.11.7 


John Howard 


1. 8.0 







In number 63 



Attest, Thos. T(,>lman, Paymaster. 

Pay Table Office, ) The above list having been exam- 

Sunderland, Aug. 21, 1783. f ined, compared with the original 
roll and approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the 
contents of the same to Thos. Tolman, Esq., Paymaster, being the 
sum of four hundred and forty three pounds eleven shillings and 
seven pence lawful money, taking his receipt. 

^4i3.11.7 fimo. Brownson, ) Committee 

ami. Bartlit, ) 

.Received of the Treasurer the contents of the within warrant. 

Oct. 2, 1784. Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



387 



[69] 



[Ca//. Daniel Comstock's Cotnpany\ 



True List of (the names and sums of ) Capt. Daniel Comstock's 
pay roll of himself and Company in the service of the State of 
Vermont, from y® beginning of the campaign, 1781, to the SO'^ of 
June in said year, inclusive — taken from the original in the 
Paymaster's Office. 



Names 




Capt. Daniel Comstock 

Lt. David Dimmick 

Lt. Jas. Lewis 

Sergt. Beiaj. Bingham 

Sergt. Eben' Popple 
" Reuben Baker 
" Danl. Hurd 

Corpl. John West 
" Rufus Perrigo 
" Smith Foster 
Job. Wilde 

Drm. Dan' Barns 

Fifer Dan' Stearns 

Ammi Chipman 

Gideon Wellman 

Wyman Averill 

Isaac Webb 

Levi Comstock 

Fred'' Hurd 

Thad' Lacey 

Jared Payne 

Elihu Pettibone 

Amos Allen 

Eph"> Hyde 

Corn-' V" D. Bergh 

W'" Roberts 

Jona. Perkins 

Anth>- Coffee 

Spencer Niles 

Levi Stockwell 

W'" Parker 

Britton Simmons 

Nathl. Niles 

Fred*" Perrigo 



30. 0. 
15.11. %\ 
12. 3. 5i- 
7. 4. 4^ 

5.17. U 

4. 1. 9J 
7. 4. 4i 
e.ll. 8 

5. 6. 5| 

5. 7.11 

5.18. H 

6. 9. 9i 
6. 9. 9| 
6. 0. 
6. 0. 
6. 0. 
6. 0. 
6. 0. 
6. 0. 
6. 0. - 
6. 0. 
5.18. 8 
5.18. 8 
5.18. 8 
5.18. 8 

5. 8. 
4.18. 8 
4.17. 4 
4.17. 4 
4.17. 4 
4.17. 4 

6. 0. 
4.17. 4 
4.17. 4 



Names 


Sum 


Nic' Hinckley 


4.17. 4 


Spencer Briggs 


4.17. 4 


Oliver Canfleld 


4.17. 4 


Joshua Daylej' 


4.17. 4 


Caleb Matterson 


4.17. 4 


Henry Matterson 


4.17. 4 


Benj. Dayley 


'4.17. 4 


Solomon Burlingame 


4.14. 8 


Isaac Andrus 


4.12. 


Jesse Soper 


4. 8. 


Saml. Negus 


6. 0. 


Daniel Baker 


8.14. 8 


Zach' Cumstock 


8.14. 8 


Josiah Burton 


7. 5. 4 


Grant Becket 


3.14. 8 


Cornelius Havens Jun 


3.14. 8 


Nathl. Beaman 


3.14. 8 


Asa Pharrin 


3.12. 


Joshua Brumley 


3.10. 8 


W"^ Brumley 


3.10. 8 


Ephr"' Loomis 


3. 5. 4 


Jno. Young 


2.14. 8 


Abner Hawley 


2.16. 


Jos. Woodward 


2. 8. 


Eben' Stearns 


2.13. 


Corn' Haven 


2. 9. 4 


Saml. Haven 


2. 9. 4 


Jesse Averill 


2. 4. 


Nathl. Merrick 


1.13. 4 


Jesse Graves 


2. 8. 


Simeon Ormstead 


0. 8. 


Saml. Payne 
Total 


5.17. 4 


;^857. 4.10i 



Attest, 



Tho' Tolman, Paymaster. 



Pay Table Office, Sunderland, Aug. 21, 1783. The above list, 
having been examined, compared with the original roll and 
approved of, the Treasurer is directed to pay the contents of the 



388 



STATE OF VERMONT 



same to Thomas Tolman, Esq., Paymaster, beingf the sum of three 
hundred and fifty-seven pounds four shillings and ten pence ^. 
lawful money, taking his receipt. 

£Z61A.W% T.mothy Brownson, I eo„n,i,lee. 

Saml. Bartlit, j 

Oct. 2'^, 1784. Received ot the Treasurer the contents of the 
within warrant. Tho^ Tolman, Paymaster. 

[314, dupl 46] l^Capt. Jai7ies Blakeslee's Coinpany\ 

List of (the names and sums of) Capt. James Blakeslee's Pay 
Roll for himself and company in the service of the State of 
Vermont, from the beginning of the campaign, 1781, to the 30th of 
June in said year, inclusive, taken from the original in the 
Paymaster's Office. 



Names 



Capt. James Blakeslee 

Lt. John Cochran 

Lt. Jonas Rice 

Sergt. 'I'haddeus Nichols 
Zebulon Moflfat 
" Spencer Gibbs 
" Timo. Fisher 

Drum' Wm. Tousley 

Fifer Seth Patridge 

Corpl. Josiah Church 
" Hez. Towsley 
" Eleazer Church 
" James Parker 

Amos Taw 

Gershom Noyce 

Sam' Coalfix 

Walter Chase 

William Marsh 

Edw^ Salisbury 

Wm, Farrell 

James Dennis 

Amos Pierce 

Dan' Sweers 

Gaius Craft 

Gardner Wright 

Calvin Belknap 

Jacob Spaulding 

Nathl. Blakeslee 

Levi Beaman 

John Pike 

John Dickerman 

Barn^ Russell 

Abiathar Joy 

Sol" Ayers 

Eleaze' Grover 

Isaac Smith 

Jasper Patridge 

Comfort Healy 



Sum 



28.18. 
15.19. 
11. 1. 

4. 2. 

4, 7. 

5.15. 

4. 2. 

5. 6. 
3.15.10 
3.15.10 
5. 6. 
3.15.10 
3.15.10 
3. 9. 4 
3. 9. 4 

9. 
9. 
9. 
9. 
9. 
9. 
9. 



5^ 



5| 



3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 9. 

3.13. 

3. 9. 



3. 
3. 
3. 



9. 
9. 
9. 



3.13. 
3. 9. 

2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 



Names 



Clark Rice 
Hercules Rice 
Jno. Dennis 
Jno. Hicks 
Caleb Nurse 
Saml. Pratt 
Timo. Edward 
Moses Franklin 
Caleb Dexter 
Jos. Shepardson 
Wm. Burroughs 
Heth Kendrick 
Amos Crane 
Jeri" Fisher 
Wm. Graves 
Erast* Munson 
Solo" Read 
Thos. Towsley 
Robt. Cochran 
Ichabod Baker 
Jno. Cutler 
Solo" Gibbs 
Luman Gibbs 
Daniel Burr 
Benj. Ellis 
Loudon Benton 
Benj. Pettis 
Matthew Tousley 
Daniel Barnum 
Samk Smith 
James Bacon 
Jno. Rickey 
David Shepard 
Wm. Whipple 
Robt. Sanford 
Leml. Newell 



Sum 



3.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
4.17. 
4.17. 
4.17. 
4.17. 
4.17. 
4.17. 
4.17. 
4.17. 
4.17. 
4.17. 
4.17. 
17. 
12. 

0. 

0. 

0. 































4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 









8 



4 



2. 2. 

2.12. 
4.17. 

3. 9[torn]: 
0.16. 
0.10. 8 



;rC 299.13.11 



Attest. 



Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



389 



Pay Table Office, Sunderland, Aug;. 18, 1783. The within 

list having been examined, compared with the original roll and 

-approved of, the Treasurer is directed to pay the contents of the 

same to Thos. Tolman, Esq., Paymaster, being the sum of Two 

Hundred and ninety-nine pounds thirteen shillings and eleven 

pence, P. M. taking his receipt to be accountable. 

Timo. Brownson, ) ^ 

o 1 13 4-14- > Committee. 

Saml. Bartlit, j 

Oct. 2, 1784. Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the 
above warrant. 

;;^229.13.11 Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 

[25] \Capt. Charles Nelson's Company\ 

True List of (the names and sums of) Capt. Charles Nelson's 
pay roll of his company for their services in the State of Vermont, 
from the commencement of such service, campaign 1781, to the 
30th of June in said year inclusive, taken from the original roll in 
the Paymaster's Office. 



Names 


3. 


5um 


Names 


Sum 


Lt. David Currier 


12. 


7? 


Jathleel Peck 


1. 2. 8 


" Gershom York 


8.] 2. 


74 


Jeptha Tharp 


1. 2. 8 


Sergt. Stephen Fisk 




7. 


3i 


Sampson Howe 


1. 2. 8 


W"- Sloau 




7. 


3? 


Steward Howe 


1. 2. 8 


" Isaac Woolson 




7. 


84 


Jos. Howe 


1. 2. 8 


" Moses Waren 




7. 


34 


Nathl. Robinson 


1. 2. 8 


Corpl. Stephen Chapman 




4. 


9? 


Squire Wilson 


1. 2. 8 


" Jno. Sargeants 




1. 


10^ 


Job Williams 


1. 2. 8 


W" Lathrop 




4. 


9^ 


Bryant Brown 


1. 2. 8 


Ezekiel Eooks 




4. 


9- 


Nathan Brown 


1. 2. 8 


Drm. Asahel Packard 




4. 


82 


And" Spalding 


1. 2. 8 


Fifer Theoph^ Clark 




4. 


9J- 


Abel Spaulding 


1. 2. 8 


Christopher Carey 




2. 


8 


Ammi Currier 


1. 2. 8 


Danl. Hovey 




?. 


8 


Jona. Stickney 


1. 0. 


David Read 


1. 


2. 


8 


Sam' Bates 


1. 2. 8 


Uriah Howard 




2. 


8 


Saml. Rich 


1. 2. 8 


Solomon Howard 




2. 


8 


Ethan Clark 


1. 2. 8 


Eliada Brown 




2. 


8 


Elias Buckman 


1. 2. 8 


Elijah Wright 




2. 


8 


Enos Cotter 


1. 2. 8 


Salmon Dowe 




2. 


8 


Comfort Towner 


1. 2. 8 


Benj. Smith 




2. 


8 


Danl. Rooks 


1. 2. 8 


Leml. Luddington 




2. 


8 


Aaron Whipple 


1. 2. 8 


Danl. Jacobs 




2. 


8 


Solomon Mann 


1. 0. 


Nath' Ketcham 




2. 


8 


Comfort Ames 


1. 0. 


Oliver Root 




2. 


8 


Benj. Howard 


1. 2. 8 


Nath' Bosworth 




2. 


8 


Darius Howard 


1. 2. 8 


Edm"^ Freeman 




2. 


8 


Jona. Wilcox 


0.18. 8 


Enoch Bowen 
Benj. Stone 




2. 
2. 


8 
8 








;^71.10. 9i 


Jona. Davis 




2. 


8 


(In number, 58.) 




David Colburne 




2. 


8 







390 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Pay Table Office, Sunderland, Aug. 21, 1783. The above list 
having been examined and compared with the original roll and 
approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the contents 
of the same to Thos. Tolman, Esq., Paymaster, being the sum of 
seventy-one pounds ten shillings nine pence half penny, lawful 
money, taking his receipt. 

£71.10. 9}4 Timothy Brownson, [^ ^^ 

Saml. Bartlit, j ^^^ 

Rec'd of the Treasurer the contents of the above order. 

Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. Oct. 2d, 1784. 

[94, dupl 177] [CaJ>f. Nehemiah LovewelVs Company] 

True List of (the names and sums of) Capt. Nehemiah Love- 
well's Pay Roll of himself and compan)?- in the service of the State 
of Vermont, from the commencement of the compaign 1781 to the 
30'^ of June in said year, inclusive, taken from the original pay 
roll in the Paymaster's Office. 



Names 


Sum 


Capt. Neh'' Lovewell 


22. 0. 


Lt. Beriah Green 


22. 6. 3 


Lt. Nathl. White 


4. 0. 


Sergt. Saml Eaton 


2. 8. U 


W"' Hay 


1.12. 1 


" Jona. Jacobs 


2.19. 4 


'^ John Gott 


2. 9. 8| 


Corpl. Saml. Manwell 


3.15.10 


" Saml. Allen 


8.13. Q\ 


Otho Stevens 


3.15.10 


Theod^ Woodward 


2.i;-5.iii 


Dr°' Benj. Bayley 


2.13.1H 


John Andrus 


1. 5. 4 


Zenas Bliss 


2. 9. 4 


Jerem'' Bowen 


2. 0. 


Fred'' Calkins 


1. 6. 8 


Abel Davis 


4. 8. 


Abel Davis. Jr. 


4. 8. 


Danl. Davis 


3.10. 8 


Saml. Farnum 


2. 0. 


Ezra Gates 


3. 9. 4 


Thos. Horner 


0.14. 8 


Saml. Johnson 


3. 9. 4 


Philip Martin 


1. 8. 


Nathl. Martin 


1. 8. 



1 

Names 


Sum 
1. 8. 




W'" McLaughlin 





Jno. Martin 


1. 8. 





Nahum Powers 


2.12. 





Jno. Sawyer, Jr. 


3. 9. 


4 


Levi Sylvester 


3. 9. 


4 


Jno. Darling, Corpl. 


7. 0. 





Jno. Harraden 


7.18. 


8 


Jno. Whitcomb 


7.18. 


8 


Amos Throop 


7.18. 


8 


Saml. Bennett 


7.18. 


8 


Holland Blackman 


1. 6. 


8 


David Campbell 


1. 0. 


8 


Solomon Emmons 


1. 6. 


8 


Jno. Titus, Jr. 


1. 6. 


8 


Danl. Baker 


1. 6. 


8 


Joseph Dutton 


1. 6. 


8 


Seth Stow 


1. 6. 


8 


Jno. Allen 


1. 6. 


8 


Isaac Stowell 


1. 6. 


8 


Jno. Steams 


1. 6. 


8 


Solomon Aikins 


1. 6. 


8 


Thomas Hibbard 
In number, 47 


1. 1. 


4 


;^1782. 8. 


3 



Attest, 



Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



391 



Pay Table Office, Sunderland, Aug. 21, 1783. 
having- been examined, compared with the origin 
of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the 
same to Thos. Tolman, Esq., Paymaster, being 
hundred and seventy-eight pounds two shillings 
lawful money, taking his receipt. 

Timo. Brownson 
Saml. Bartlit, 

Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the 
Oct. 3, 1784. Thos. Tolman, 



The above list 

al and approved 

contents of the 

the sum of one 

and eight pence 

Committee. 

above warrant, 
Pavmaster. 



[106] 



[Capt. Josiah FisJis Compa??y\ 



True List of ( the names and sums of ) Capt. Josiah Fish's Pay 
Roll of himself and company in the service of the State of Vermont, 
from the beginning of the campaign, 1781, to the 30"^ of June iii 
s^ year, inclusive, taken from the original in the Paym" Office. 



Names 



Capt. Josiah Fish 
Lt. Moses Johnson 
Lt. Isaac Lyman 
Sergt. John Moore 
" Abel Johnson 
" Stephen Pratt 
Micah Hatch 
Corpl. Levi Aldrich 
Corn^ Miller 
" . W"' Crawford 
Jos. Gilbert 
Fifer Noah Hopkins 
Drm' Joel Knight 
Eben' Pratt 
David Howard 
Asa Winchester 
Isaac Rugg 
Geo. Eay 
Saml. Wiswall 
Jona. Clayton 
Danl. Howe 
Ezra Ormsby 
Abraham Shipman 
W'" Knapp 
Saml. Sawin 
Jeroh'" Sawin 
Israel Chapman 
Abisha Blodgett 
Leonard Pike 
Elijah Pike 



Names 



Benj. Alvord 
John Negus 
Willard Converse 
Levi Robinson 
W'" Wyman 
James Nichols 
Jno. Green 
Solomon Gilson 
Nathl. Cumins 
Elihu Smead 
Phineas Underwood 
Saml. Nichols 
John Hooker 
James Hawley 
W'" Wheeler 
Jno. Boyden 
Eli Scott 
Henry Lee 
Benj. Brown 
John Stearns 
Jethro Randall 
Saml. Rockwood 
James Uron 
Simeon Alger 
Jno. Waliis 
Alex Stoughton 
Jona. Bnrke 
Benj. Randall 
Thos. Turner 
Timo. Wakefield 



Sum 



5.18. 8 
.T.IS. 8 
5.18. 8 
5.18. 8 
5. 1. 4 

1, 

1. 

1. 

1. 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
8 



5. 1. 
5. 1. 
5. 1. 
5. 1. 
5. 1. 
4.13. 
5. 1. 
3.10. 
3.10. 8 
5. 1. 4 
3. 4. 



3.10. 8 

6. 6. 8 

3. 4. 

5. 1. 4 
3. 2. 8 

6. 6. 8 
5. 1. 4 
1.16. 
3. 4. 



392 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


Sum 


Names 


Sum 


Joseph Temple 
W"' Martin 
James Grimes 
Oliver Brown 
Benj. Pierce 
Israel Hale 
Jona. Wilcox 
Jona. Whitney 
Jonas P. Frazier 
Philip Bartlet 
Horton L^e 


5. 1. 4 

6. (). 8 
5.14. 8 
3.10. 8 
8.10. 8 
3.10. 8 
3.10. 8 
3.10. 8 
H.IO. 8 
3.10. 8 
3.10. 8 


Jona, Pratt 
Thomas Barns 
Calvin Ewens 
Abiather Walden 
Benj. Lyman 
Paul Hazleton 
Jno. Young 
Nathan Johnson 
Joseph Hartwell 


2. 0. 
6. 6. 8 

4. 2. 8 
6. 6. 8 
3.10. 8 
2.17. 4 
3.13. 4 

5. 1. 4 
5. 1. 4 


;^470. 5. 4 



Pay Table Office, Sunderland, Aug. 21, 1783. The within 
list, having been examined, compared with the original roll and 
approved of, the Treasurer is directed to pay the contents of the 
same to Thos. Tolman, Esq., Paymaster, being the sum of two 
hundred and seventy pounds five shillings and four pence, lawful 
money, taking his receipt. Timo. Brownson, ) ^ 

Saml. Bartlit, f committee. 

Oct. 2, 1784. Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the 
above order in full. 

£4:70.5.4: Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



[128] 



l^Capt Jothatn White s Company\ 



True List of (the names and sums of) Capt. Jotham White's 
Pay Roll of himself and Company in the service of the State of 
Vermont, from the beginning of service in the campaign of 1781 
to the 30*^ of June in said year, inclusive, taken from the original 
pay roll in the paymaster's office. 



Names 


Sum 


Names 


Sum 


Capt. Jotham White 


6. 6. 


8 


Jacob Hayward 


1. 6. 8 


Lt. Nathan Fay 


4. 5. 


5 


Danl. Campbell 


1. 6. 8 


' ' Ab" Hall 


4. 1. 


U 


John Binerham 


1. 6. 8 


Sergt John Hart 


0.14. 


5| 


Saml. Whitney 


1. 6, 8 


" Saml Wood 


1.12. 


1 


Rufus Walton 


1. 6. 8 


" Simon Baxter 


0.17. 


n 


Martin Beck with 


1. 6. 8 


Corpl. Jno. Smiley 


1. 9. 


2 


John Warner 


1. 6. 8 


" Andrew Boyuton 


1. 9. 


2 


Azel Abel 


I. 6. 8 


Eben' Allen 


1. 7. 


9i 


Jonas Hodgkins 


1. 5. 4 


Fifer 'I'hos. Dodge 


1. 9. 


2 


Daniel Hodgkins 


1. 5. 4 


Oliver Corey 


1. 0. 


4 


Edwd. Watkins 


1. 5. 4 


Jno. O'Brian 


1. 5. 


4 


Mason Hatch 


0.14. 8 


Jno. M'^Gee 


1. 5. 


4 


Jos. Plumley 


1. 6. 8 


John Taylor 


1. 6, 


8 


Rufus Beckwith 


1. 6. 8 


Amfifln rrrmif. 


1 .*> 


4 






Aaron Whitney 


1. 5. 


4 




^50. 7. 4 


Sewal Gilbert 


1. 4. 










Attest, 



Thos. Tolman, P. Mas^ 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



393 



Pay Table Office, Sunderland, Aug. 18, 1783. The foregoing 
list having been examined, compared with the original roll and 
.approved of, the Treasurer is directed to pay the contents of the 
same to Thos. Tolman, Esq. Paymaster, being the sum of fifty 
pounds seven shillings and four pence, lavi^ful money, taking his 

^^^^^P^- J^"^?- Brownson, ) Committee. 

Saml. Bartiit, ) 

Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above warrant. 
^50.7.4. Thos. Tolman, P. Master. 

]^160] \^Capt. John Stark's Company] 

True List of (the names and sums of ) Capt. John Stark's 
Company's Pay Roll of services in the State of Vermont, from 
the beginning of the campaign 1781 to the SO'*" of June in said 
year, inclusive, taken from the original in the Paymaster's Office. 



Names 


Sums 


Names 


Sums 


Oapt. John Stark 


34.13. 4 


Saml. Starks 


5.17. 4 


Lt. Alexander Brush 


1.18. 3 


Chas. Harraway 


4. 9. 4 


Lt. Simeon Prentice 


13. 0. 3 


Jo' Henry 


4. 9. 4 


Sergt. Elisha Nolds 


6.19. 4 


David Bond 


5.17. 4 


" Jos. Lawrence 


7. 5. 8 


Jno. Blanchard 


3.12. 


" Jacob Wheeler 


4. 3.11 


J no. Huling 


3.12. 


" Samson Marble 


4.15. 


Gard"^ Cleveland 


3.12. 


Corpl. John Willard 


6.13. 5^ 


Amos Bennet 


3.12. 


" Richard Colvin 


3.19. 3 


Moses Dxirkee 


3.12. 


Drm' Asa Hewit 


5. 8. ^ 


Moses Bump - 


1.17. 4 


Fifer Elijah Branch 


6.13. 5^ 


James Bump '• 


1.17. 4 


Ezra Turner 


8. 3. 8 


Jno. Bradford ' 


3.12. 


Isaac Turner 


8. 2. 8 


Billings Starkweiather 


3.12. 


Tho^ Averill 


6. 1. 4 


Abiez"^ Richmond 


3.12. 


Edward Willard 


5.17. 4 


Isaac Russel 


3.12. 


Plin. Stannard 


6. 1. 4 


Asahel Trumbull 


2.14. 8 


Ham'^ Lawrence 


6. 1. 4 


Jabez Spencer 


1. 6. 8 


Eldad Steel 


5.17. 4 


Claudius Stannard 


1.18. 8 


Eliph' Haskina 


6. 1. 4 








Jotham Hough 


5.13. 




^216. 3. 9^ 



Attest, Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 

Pay Table Office, Sundeiland, Aug. 18, 1783. The foregoing, 
having been examined, compared with the original and approved 
of, the Treasurer is directed to pay the contents of the same to 
Thos. Tolman, Esq. Paymaster, being the sum of two hundred and 
sixteen pounds five shillings and nine pence half penny, lawful 
money, taking his receipt. Timo. Brownson, ) fornmittee 

Saml. Bartiit, [ 

Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above warrant. 
Oct. 2, 1784. Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



394 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[345] 



\^Lteut. Israel Morey and party\ 



True List of (Names and sum of) Lieut. Israel Morey's Pay 
Roll of himself and party in the service of the State of Vermont, 
commencing with their said services in campaign 1781j and ending 
June 30 in said year, inclusive, taken from the original roll ia 
the Paymaster's office. 



Names 


Sum 

1.1. 3 

0.8. 0^ 
0.8. 0| 
0.2.11 
0.6. 8 
0.6. 8 


Names 


Sum 


Lieut. Israel Morey 
Sergt. Constant Bliss 
" Daniel Skinner 
Corpl. David Davis 
Ellas Dewey 

.Tnri AnniR 


Philo Chandler 
Reuben Huse 
Solomon Eathborn 
Moses Sleeper 
John Sawyer 


0.6.8 
0.6.8 
0.6.8 
0.6.8 
0.2.8 




^4.2. lOi 



Thos. Tolman, Pay"" 

• Pay Table Office. Sunderland, Aug. 21, 1783. The above list 

having been examined, compared with the original roll and 

approved of, the Treasurer will pay the contents of the same to 

Thos. Tolman, Pay'', being the sum of four pounds two shillings 

and ten pence half penny lawful money, taking his receipt. 

Timo. Brownson, / ^ ... 

e , D ^1-. r Committee, 

baml. Bartlit, \ 

Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above warrant. 
Oct. 2, 1784. Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



395 



[373] 



[Capt. James Brookins' CoiJipa/iy\ 



True List (of names and sums of) Capt. James Brookins' Pay 
Roll of himself and company in the service of the State of Ver- 
mont, from the beginning of the campaign, 17S1, to the 30**^ day of 
June in said year inclusive, taken from the Original Voucher in 
the paymas'^ Office. 



Names 


Sum 


Names 


Sum 


Capt. James Brookins 


22. 0.0 


Samuel Swift 


3.10.8 


Lt, Ellas Hall 


14. 1.6 


Jona. Shepard 


4. 0.0 


" David Powers 


14. 1.6 


Saml. Phillips 


4. 0.0 


Sergt. Alpheus Hall 


4. 7.1 


Asahel Wilhams 


4. 0.0 


" Eleazer Marble 


4.15.0 


Philip Sprague 


0.18.8 


Elislia Smith 


4.15.0 


Obadt Noble 


3.13.4 


" Salmon Cogsell 


3. 6.6 


Nathl. Hamilton 


3.13.4 


Corpl. Oliver Wright 


3. 17. Si 


Saml. Owen 


3.13.4 


" Silas Brookins 


3.18.9 


Caleb Warren 


3.13.4 


" Isaac Grant 


3. 7.1 


Caleb Hayward 


2. 6.8 


" Timo. Clark 


3. 7.1 


Nathl. AUen 


4. 0.0 


Nehemiah Kellogg 


3.12.0 


Abr'" Owen 


3. 4.0 


John Lewis 


3.12.0 


Isaac Loughborough 


3. 2.8 


John Martin 


3.10.8 


Samuel Chipman 


2. 2.8 


Eli Freeman 


3.13.4 


Richard Chamberlin 


4.18.8 


Jed'' Blackman 


3. 2.8 


Jona. Newton 


4.16.0 


Amaz'' Church 


3. 2.8 


Eph™ Westcoat 


2.16.0 


Isaac Fenny 


3. 5.4 


Jona. Remington 


2.12.6 


Chauncy Clark 


3. 5.4 


Usual Parsons 


2.12 6 


Hezekiah Rhodes 


3. 4.0 


John Cook 


2.12.6 


Elihu Allen 


3. 2.8 


Munson Cook 


0. 6.8 


Justus Brewster 


2. 6.8 


Jno. Cristee (Christee) 


2.10.8 


Moses Beach 


2. 6.8 


Fifer Jer'' Dewey 


3.18.9 


Jesse Long 


2. 6.8 


Drmr. Martin Adams 


4. 0.2i 


Daniel Haskins 


2. 8.0 


Comfort Smith 


2. 9.4 


David Eoberts 


2. 8.0 


Moses Powers 


2. 8.0 


Saml. Morrison 


1.16.9 


Jno. Cook 


2. 1.4 


John Wilson 


4. 0.0 






- 


John Hynman 


2. 9.4 1 




;^218.10.7 



Attest, 



Thomas Tolman, Paymaster. 



Pay Table Office, Sunderland, Aug;. 18, 1783. The foregoing, 

having been examined, compared with the original roll and 

approved, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the contents of 

the same to Thomas Tolman, Esq. Paymaster, being the sum of 

two hundred and eighteen pounds ten shillings and seven pence, 

lawful money, taking his receipt. 

Timo. Brownson, \ r^^^^:.^^^ 
o 1 ID 4.1 -i. V Lommittee. 

Saml. Bartlit, ) 

Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above warrant. 

Oct. 2", 1784. Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 

p^218.10.7 



396 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[173] [ Lt. Col. Samuel Fletcher's Battalion — Officej-s~\ 

True list of (the names and sums of) the Field and Staff Pay 
Roll of Lt. Col. Samuel Fletcher's Battalion in the service of the 
State of Vermont, from the time of their entering service, cam- 
paign of 1781, to the 30'*^ of June in said year, inclusive — taken 
from the original in the Paymaster's Office. 



Names 



Lt. Col. vSami Fletcher, Cora-^' 
Maj. Gideon Ormsby 
Isaac Lyman, Lt, & Adjt. 
Surg" Mate John Hazleton 
Phineas Heath, Serg' Major 
Asa Daggett, Quar. M. Serg* 



Sura 



• 94. 


0.0 


3.18.0 


10. 


2.8 


22.16.0 


8. 


4.0 


9. 


8.0 


;^148, 


8.8 



Attest, Tho' Tolman, P. Master. 

Pay Table Office, Sunderland, Aug. 21, 1783. The above list, 
having been examined, compared with the original roll and 
approved of, the Treasurer will pay the contents of the same to 
Tho* Tolman Esq., Pay Master, being the sum of one hundred 
and forty-eight pounds eight shillings and eight pence, lawful 
money, taking his receipt. Sam^ Bartlet, ) ^ ^^ 

Timo. Browuson, J 

Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the within warrant. 
Oct. 2, 1784 Tho^ Tolman, Paymaster. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



397 



[195] 



\_Capt. William Huichins' Company\ 



True List of (the names and sums of) Capt. William Hutchins' 
Company's Pay Roll for services in the State of Vermont from the 
beginning of the campaign, 1781, to the 30th of June in said year, 
inclusiv^e — taken from the original in the Paymaster's Office. 



Names 


Sums 


Names 


Sums 


Capt. W°> Hatchins 


50. 0.0 


Adonijah Montague 


6. 4.0 


Lt. Gideon Spencer 


24. 6.4 


Charles Brown 


5 18.8 


Lt. Arthur Aylesworth 


28. 9.4 


Roger Kinsley 


5.18.8 


Serg' Jedediah Durfee 


8.14.2 


Jonas Odle 


5.18.8 


" Nathl. Wood 


8. 8.0 


Nathan Hutchins 


6.14.8 


" Jno. Hutchins 


5.15.7 


And" G-riswold 


5. 6.8 


" Jno. Weeks 


7. 7.3 


Elijah Rood 


5. 5.4 


Drm. Benajah Cleveland 


8. 0.1 


Rufus Montague 


5. 9.4 


Fifer Maj. Moses Crosby 


8.14.2 


Hiram Horton 


5. 9.4 


Corpl. Nathl. Montague 


8. 0.5 


Eben"' Uarwood 


5. 9.4 


" Isaac Kellogg 


8. 0.5 


Rich" Lilly 


5. 9.4 


" EnosWood 


8. 0.5 


Peter Millington 


5.17.4 


" Wm. Hazen 


7.13.1^ 


Jas. Morgan 


5.17.4 


W-" Hutchins, Jr. 


7. 6.8 


Lowden Weaver 


5.17.4 


Hugh Stewart 


7. 6.8 


Shad'' Norton 


7. 6.» 


Martin Norton 


7. 6.8 


Hen> Miller 


3. 5.4 


Sam' Hutchins 


7. 6.8 


Reuben Sackett 


7. 6.8 


John May 


7. 6.8 


Oliver Whipple 


•6. 5.4 


Dan' Kinsley 


7. 6.8 


Asa Barrett 


2.16.0 


Eben. Woo'dw"* (of Ben- 




Jno. Varnum 


2.16.0 


nington) 


7. 6.8 


Ab'" Dunning 


2.16.0 


Darius Moon 


7. 6.8 


Levi Dunton 


2. 4.0 


Jonathan Town 


7. 6.8 


Benj. Seldin 


2.16.0 


Josiah Willoughby 


7. 6.8 


Henry Turner 


7. 4.0 


Benjamin Lamb 


7. 6.8 


Bishop Warner 


3. 5.4 


Oliver Storey 


6.17.4 


Benj. Sweet 


4.17.4 


Daniel Beaman 


6. 4.0 


Clemens Handy 


1. 0.0 


Josiah Lawrence 
Asa Boudish 


6. 4.0 
6. 4.0 








i:414. 6.7^ 



Attest, Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 

Pay Table Office, Sunderland, Aug. 18, 1783. The foregoing 

having been examined, compared with the original roll and 

approved of, the Treasurer is directed to pay the contents of the 

same to Thos. Tolman, Esq., Paymaster, being the sum of four 

hundred fourteen pounds, six shillings, seven pence half penny^ 

lawful money, taking his receipt. 

Tim° Brownson, I ,, _... 
c I D ^1 4- r ^-ommittee. 
Sam^ Bartlet, \ 

Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above warrant. 
Oct. 2, 1784 Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 

^414.6.7>^ 



398 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[21] 



[CaJ)t. Bigelow Lawrence's Compatiy~\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Bigelow Lawrence's Company in Col, 
Walbridge's Regiment for service done in the alarm at Cambridge 
and Saratoga in July, 1781. 



Names 


Days in 
service 


Miles 
travel 


Officers' 
rations 




Amt. of wag- 
es, milage & 
rations 


Capt. Bigelow Lawrence 


4 


50 


0.5.4 


16/8 


2. 8. 4 


Lt. Jacob FeriDan 


2 


25 


0.1.4 


8/4 


0.16.10 


" Timo. Barnam 


4 


50 


0.2.8 




1.13. 8 


Sergt. Eben' Ferman 


2 


25 






0.11. 6 


" Jer'' Huntington 


3 


50 






1. 1. 5 J 


" Saml. Sunderlin 


3 


25 






0.11. 6i 


" Solomon Fuller 


4 


50 






1. 3. 


Oorpl. Bigelow Lawrence 


1 


10 






0. 4. 8 


Ichabod Cross 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Reuben Cross 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Jesse Persons 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Justin Olen 


2 


25 






0.11. 


John Wright 


3 


50 






1. 0. 8 


Eben'^ Cory- 


4 


50 






1. 2. 


Caleb Herrington 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Benjamin Dyre 


4 


50 






1. 2. 


Walter Bates 


4 


37 






0.17. 3 


James Bates 


4 


50 






1. 2. 


John Sunderlin 


4 


50 






1. 2. 


Amos Galusha 


4 


50 






1. 2. 


Benjamin Parks 


4 


50 






1. 2. 


Henry Clark 


4 


50 






1. 2. 


Gideon Barnum 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Peter Wright 


3 


50 






1. 0. 8 


Joab Lawrence 


4 


50 






1. 2. 


John Mellington, Jr. 


4 


45 






1. 0. 4 


Perl'ey Hawtell 


4 


50 






1. 2. 


Caleb Goff 


4 


50 






1. 2. 


Jonathan House 


3 


37 






0.16. 4 


Eoger Starkweather 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Abner Rice 


3 


30 






0.14. 


David Williams 


3 


30 






0.14. 


W'" Burliugim 


] 


12 






0. 5. 4 


David Hunter 


4 


50 






0. 2. 


Asa Starkweather 


3 


50 






1. 0. 8 


Ezekiel Parker 


3 


30 






1. 0. 8 


Winslow Perry 


1 


10 






0. 4. 8 


Joshua Bates 


2 


10 






0. 6. 


Luther Lawrence 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Joshua Briggs 


4 


30 






0.15. 4 


Hosea Fuller 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Nathan, Leonard 


2 


25, 






0.11. 


Joel Adams, Jr. 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Lewis Henman 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Enos Peck ' 


2 


25 






0.11. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



399 



Names 


Days in 
service 


Miles 
travel 


Officers' 
rations 




Amt. of wag- 
es, milage & 
rations 


Christopher Bates 


2 


25 




0.11. 


Salmon Farr 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Elisha Starkweather 


2 


25 






0.11. 


John Fuller 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Daniel Reynolds 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Daniel Shaw 


2 


25 






0.11. 


George Niles 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Elisha Clark 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Alexander Collins 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Caleb Blanchard 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Elijah Ames 


2 


25 






0.11. 


David Cutting 


2 


25 






0.11. 


W" Howlett 


4 


50 






1. 2. 


Eben-- Wright 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Asa Burnham 


2 


25 






0.11. 


William Caldwell 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Elihu Cross 


2 


25 






0.11. 


John Stanley- 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Benjamin Cole 


2 


25 






0.11. 


John Hart 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Gale Ferman 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Abner Drinkwater 


4 


50 




\ 


1. 2. 


Thomas Matterson 


2 


25 






0.11. 


Jacob Wheeler 


3 


37 






0.16. 4 




i:51.18. 7 



Bigelow Lawrence, Captain. 

Bennington, ss. Dec. 24, 1781. Personally appears Capt. 
Bigelow Lawrence and makes oath that the above pay roll is just 
and true. Isaac Tichenor, Justice of Peace. 

Pay Table Office, ) This Pay Pv.oll being approved, 

Bennington, Dec. 26, 1781 ) the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same to Capt. Lawrence, or order, to the amount of ^51.18.7. 

Isaac Tichenor, | ^ 
Amos Fassett, ) 

Treasurer's Office, Jan. 5, 1782. Rec'd of the Treasurer the 
contents of the above order. 

Bigelow Lawrence, Captain. 



400 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[81] 



\Capt. Eli Noble s Company {party\ 



4 Pay Roll of such of Capt. Eli Noble's Company of Militia 
in Pownal, in Col. Eben'' Walbridge's Reg^iment as marched to 
Saratoga in the alarm in July, 1781, with Capt. Eli Noble. 





Entered 


Days in 










Names 


service 


service 


Wages 


Miles 


Travel 


Total 


Capt. Eli Noble 


July 


2 


0.13.-1 


30 


0. 10. 


1. 8.4 


Lt. Josiah Wright 










3.6 


t k 


10 


18.6 


Lt. Jos'' Dunning 










7.2 


(( 


10 


18.6 


Sergt. W'" Bates 










3.2 


% i 


10 


18.2 


Nathl. Wallace 










2.8 


* ( 


10 


12.8 


Solomon Wright 










2.8 


i < 


10 


12.8 


Wanton Aylesworth 










2.8 


n 


10 


12.8 


Jno. Downer 










2.8 


(i 


10 


12.8 


Ely ;;Eleazer?] Marsh 










2.8 


i i 


10 


12.8 


Danl. Brainerd 










2.8 


ik 


10 


12.8 


Thos. Jewett 










2.8 


i i 


10 


12.8 


Fredk. Jewett 










2.8 


1 1 


10 


12.8 


Christo'' Cartwright, Corp. 










3. 


i c 


10 


13. 


Derick Smith 










2.8 


n 


10 


12.8 


Geo. Johnson 










2.8 


ii 


10 


12.8 


Abel Dunning 










2.8 


(t 


10 


12.8 


Eben*- Seelye 










2.8 


i i 


10 


12.8 


Timo. Larabee 










2.8 


i i 


10 


12.8 


Beriah Grover, Corp. 










3.2 


*i 


10 


18.2 


Phinehas Burritt 










2.8 


u 


10 


12.8 


Thaddeus Thorp 










2.8 


iK 


10 


12.8 


Fowler 










2.8 


i i 


10 


12.8 


Joseph Barber, Sergt. 


' 








8.2 


ii 


10 


18,2 


Levi Wheeler 










2.8 


4 i 


10 


12.8 


David Page 










2.8 


i I 


10 


12.8 


Stephen Page 










2.8 


t( 


10 


12.8 


John Hall 










2.8 


t i 


10 


12.8 


Thos. Ransom 










2.8 


t i 


10 


12.8 


W"" Kenrick 










2.8 


Ii 


10 


11.'. 8 


Seth Bassett 










2.8 


(( 


10 


12.8 


Elijah Wolcott 










2.8 


(\ 


10 


12.8 


Barnard Carpenter 










2.8 


i i 


10 


12.8 


Perez White 










2.8 


« ( 


10 


12.8 


Oliver Sandforth 










2.8 


i< 


10 


12.8 


Isaac Grover 










2.8 


( t 


10 


12.8 


Bulah Waldo, Sergt. 










3.2 


( c 


10 


18.2 


Graves 










2.8 


4 < 


10 


12.8 


Obadiah Dunham 










2.8 


( • 


10 


12.8 


Lyman Jackson 










2.8 


t 1 


10 


12.8 


Obadiah Dunham, Jr. 










2.8 


(i 


10 


12.8 


Jesse Jackson 










2.8 


i fc 


10 


12.8 


W™ Pratt 










2.8 


C( 


10 


12.8 


Amasa Hungerford, Sergt. 










8.2 


( i 


10 


13.2 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



401 



Names 


Entered 
service 


Days in 
service 

2 
(< 


Wages 


Miles 


Travel 


Total 


Jno. Clark 
David Curtiss 
Henry Babcock 
W"^ Ovait 


July 
(< 
<< 


2.8 
2.8 
2.8 
2.8 


30 

(4 
<( 


0. 10. 
10 
10 
10 


12.8 
12.8 
12.8 
12.8 




;^31. 2.0 



Brought forward* 51. 5.5 

;^82. 7. 5 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, Jan. 11, 1782. The Treasurer 
is hereby directed to pay to Capt. Eli Noble or order, the sum of 
eighty two pounds seven shillings and five pence, pr. the within 
account. 

I.saac Tichener, ) 
Amos Fassett, \ 



Committee. 



Bennington, Feb. 4, 1782. Reed, of the Treasurer the con- 
tents of the above order, being eighty-two pounds seven shillings 
and three pence, lawful money. 

Eli Noble, Capt. 

*NoTE.— The amount of the roll of Capt. Eli Noble [Oct. 1781] on the 
preceding page [80], is included in the foregoing order. 

0. L.Knapp, Acting Sec-^ of State. 



[508] 



[Moses Howe's Account'^ 



State of Vermont, to Moses Howe, Dr. 

For conducting six British prisoners from Brattleborough 
to Castleton by order of the Sheriff, as per receipts 
for expense j£3.15A 

For my own time, horse and expense 4. 0.0 



;^7.15.4 



Pay Table Office, Sunderland, July 17, 1781. 

The within account examined and approved — the Treasurer is 

directed to pay the same, being seven pounds, fifteen shillings and 

four pence. Timo. Brownson, ) ^ ... 

^ T u ■c' *4- }• Committee. 

John Fassett, [ 



Date above received of 
above order. 



the Treasurer 



the contents of 
Moses Howe. 



the 



[26] 



402 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[186, dupl 134] 



\^Capt. Ebenezer Wood's Coi7ipany\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Ebenezer Wood's Company of Alarm 
List in Col. Eben"^ Walbridge's Regiment of Militia in the service 
of the State of Vermont, commencing the 31^' July, 1781. 



Names 


Days 


Pr day 


Am' 
wages 

2.0.0 


Miles 


Total 


Capt. Ebenezer Wood 


6 


0.6.8 


60 


3. 0.0 


Lt. Simeon Harmon 


2 


4.3 


8.6 


30 


18.6 


Lt. Joseph Willoughby 


2 


4.3 


8.6 


30 


18.6 


En. Joseph Wickwire 


2 


4.3 


8.6 


30 


18.6 


Serg' Aaron Haynes 


2 


1.7 


3.2 


30 


13.2 


" Zephaniah Branch 


2 


1.7 


3.2 


30 


18.2 


Corp' Job Wood 


3 


1.5 


4.8 


40 


17.7 


Elias Blanchard 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


30 


12.8 


Stephen Cleveland 


4 


1.4 


5.4 


50 


1. 2.0 


John Corbin 


3 


1.4 


2.8 


30 


12.8 


Samuel Cutler 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


30 


12.8 


Abraham Johnson 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


30 


12.8 


Jeremiah Chase 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


30 


12.8 


Doct. Gav. Smith 


3 


6.8 


1.0.0 


50 


1.16.8 


David Brown 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


30 


12.8 


Jona. Bills 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


30 


12.8 


Joseph Rudd 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


30 


12.8 


Daniel Wood 


1 


1.4 


1.4 


20 


8.0 


Eben' Wood, Jr. 


1 


1.4 


1.4 


20 


8.0 




;^16.15.5 



Eben'' Wood, Capt. 

Bennington, Nov. 28, 1781. Personally appears Capt. Eben'" 
Wood and makes solemn oath that the above pay roll is just and 
true. Isaac Tichenor, justice of Peace. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, Dec. 20, 1781. The within pay 

roll being examined and approved, the Treasurer is directed to 

pay the same to the am* of sixteen pounds fifteen shillings and 

five pence. Isaac Tichenor, ) ^ ... 

^ A 17 ** r Committee. 

Amos Fassett, f 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, Dec. 29, 1781. ReC* of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order. 

Eben'' Wood, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



403 



[216] 



\Capt. Matthew Lyo7is Co7npany\ 



Pay Roll of Capt. Matthew Lyon's Company, Col. Ira Allen's 
Regiment, for service done in the alarm from the 31st of July, 
1781, to the 3rd of August, inclusive. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


Capt. M. Lyon 
En^ N. Chittenden 
Sherman Boardman 
John Davison 

Andrews 

Pilott 


5 

4 
5 
4 
3 

1 


75 
75 
79 
75 
60 
8 


2.18.4 
2. 2.0 
1.13.0 
1.10.4 
1. 4.0 
0. 4.0 




;^9.11.8 



M. Lyon, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, 26 Feb., 1782. The above pay 
roll being approved, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay unto 
Capt. Matthew Lyon the sura of ;^9.11.8, lawful money. 

Nathl. Brush, ) p 
Timo. Brownson, j 



Committee. 



Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above order. 
^9.11.8 M. Lyon 



404 



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REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



405 



[50, dupl 283] \Capt. William Sharp's Company] 

A Pay Roll of Capt. William Sharp in 
Regiment of foot of the State of Vermont — 
August and until the fourth of August. 



Col. John Abbot's 
— from the first of 



Officers, non-commiss'^ 


Miles 




No. of 


Amount of 


officers and privates 


travel 


Milage 


days 


wages, rations 










and milage 


W^ Sharp, Capt. 


20 


6.8 


3 


1. 6. 8 


George Milliman, Lt. 


( 4 


do 


3 


0.19. 5 


W" Wales worth, Ens° 


> 1 


do 


3 


0.19. 5 


Benj. Wells, Clerk 


( 1 


do 


3 


0.11. 5 


Levi Bagley, Sergt. 


1 i 


do 


3 


0.11. 5 


John Kerery, do. 


( 1 


do 


3 


0.11. 5 


Nathan Armstrong, do. 


1 ( 


do 


3 


0.11. 5 


Daniel Hawley, Corpl. 


( i 


do 




0.11. 


Abial Blowers, do. 


t ( 


do 


3 


0.11. 


Jona. Russell, Drum"" 


I » 


do 


3 


0.11. 


David Chase, private 


( ( 


do 


3 


0.10. 8 


Jno. Waldo, Jr. 


< 1 


do 


3 


0.10. 8 


Saml. Lathan 


( I 


do 


3 


0.10. 8 


Alex. Blowers 


( I 


do 


3 


0.10. 8 


W"' Blowers 


1 ( 


do 


3 


0.10. 8 


Joshua Hodges 


t i 


do 


3 


0.10. 8 


Henry Hill 


( t 


do 


3 


0.10. 8 


Isaac Hodges, Jr. 


t t 


do 


3 


0.10. 8 


John Cerns 


t ( 


do 


3 


0.10. 8 


John Cox 


( I 


do 


3 


0.10. 8 


John Milliman 


t ( 


do 


3 


0.10. 8 


Jona. Chase 


( ( 


do 


3 


0.10. 8 


David Seaton 


1 1 


do 


3 


0.10. 8 


Saml. Sissill 


1 1 


do 


3 


0.10. 8 


Elijah Russell 


1 ( 


do 


3 


0.10. 8 


Peter Hartwell 


( ( 


do 


3 


0.10. 8 



Total ;^15.14.10 



William Sharp, Capt. 

State of Vermont, Sept. 13, 1781. The above roll sworn to 
by Capt. William Sharp. Before me, 

John Fassett, Jr. Asst, 



406 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Pay Table Office. Sept. 13, 1781. The within roll examined 
and approved, and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 
Capt. William Sharp, or bearer, being fifteen pounds fourteen 
shillings and ten pence. 

^15-1^10 Timo. Brownson, [committee. 

John Strong, j 

Date above, received of the Treasurer the contents of the 
above order. Rec'd per 

Treasurer's Office, Sept. 27, [1781.] William Sharp, Capt. 



[365] 



\Capt. Augustine Odel's Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Augustin Odle's Company in Col. John 
Abbot's Regiment of Militia, out in an alarm from the l'^* day of 
August to the 4^1", A.D. 1781. 



Names 


Days 
3 


Milage 
10 


Rations 


Due for 
rations 


p, 

day 


Wages 


Miles 


Augustin Odel, Capt. 


6 


4 


5.4 


1.10.0 


30 


Asa Lewis, Lt. 


3 


10 


4 






1. 3 


30 


Joshua Kandall, En. 


3 


10 


4 


2.8 


3.7 


1. 3 


30 


Caleb Hakes, Sergt. 


3 


10 








1.7 


14.9 


30 


Elisha Eeynolds, ' ' 


3 


10 








1.5 


14.9 


30 


Jacob Odel, Corpl. 


3 


10 








1.5 


14.3 


30 


Harry Lewis, " 


3 


10 








1.5 


14.3 


30 


George Hakes, " 


3 


10 








1.4 


14.3 


30 


William Reynolds 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


Harris Weaver 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


Stephen Card 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


Jacob Lampman 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


Elisha Bailey 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


HendrickWeasonhouss 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


Hank Lampman 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


Thos. Butler 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


Daniel Cornwell 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


Daniel Young 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


Elisha Brown 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


Harry [Sterry] Hewett 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


50 


Thos. Coats 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


David Matson 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


John G. Cray 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


Robert Moon 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


Timoth3' Brown 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


Joseph Barronhart 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


Philip Crellior 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


Zenas Willis 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


Joseph Baker 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


Thos. Stephens 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


Walter Worden 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


Thos. Serivens 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


William Davis 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 


Gilbert Worden 


3 


10 








1.4 


14 


30 



i:25.13.3 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



4^7 



Pay Table Office, Sept. 26, 1781. The above Pay Roll exam- 
ined and approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 
Capt. Augustin Odel, or bearer, it being twenty-five pounds twelve 
shillings and three pence. 

^- -D r Committee. 

Timo. Brownson, j 



Treasurer's Office, Sept, 26, 
urer, the contents of this order. 
^25.12.3 



1781. Reed, of Ira Allen, Treas- 



Asa Lewis. 



[278] 



[CapL Lemuel Carey's Coinpany\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Lemuel Cary's Company, Col. John 
Abbot's Regt. in a Regiment of Foot of the State of Vermont, 
from the 1st day of Aug. to the 4th, A. D. 1781. 







<x> 


<c 


ID 




>, 




Names 


GQ 

-2 


be 
42 


a 
o 

••3 


^ PI 

1-2 




a 
-« 


Total 




i 




<A 




ft 


h 

^ 




Capt. Lemuel Carey 


24 


8 


6 


0.4.0 


3 


16.0 


1. 8.0 


Lt. James Stevens 


24 


8 


3 


2. 


3 


10.9 


1. 0.9 


En, Moses Barnet 


24 


8 


3 


2. 


3 


10.9 


1. 0.9 


Olerk Amos Palmer, 


24 


8 






3 


4.9 


0.12.9 


Sergt. Christopher Snyder 


24 


8 






3 


4.9 


0.12.9 


Elijah Turner 


24 


8 






3 


4.9 


12.9 


" Gose Quackinbush 


24 


8 






3 


4.9 


12.9 


Corp. Francis Horth 


24 


8 






3 


4.4 


12.4 


" Francis Cummings 


24 


8 






3 


4.4 


12.4 


" Jacob Bove 


24 


8 






•3 


4.4 


12.4 


Fifer Benj. Palmer 


24 


8 






3 


4.4 


12.4 


D"^ Ab™ Ostrander 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 


Abner Marble 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 


Garet Lake 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 


Abraham Whittick 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 


John Webb 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 


William Kelling [Helling] 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12, 


John Bove 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 


John Palmer 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 


George Blower 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 


Jona. Hadlock 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 


Samuel Hadlock 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 


Samuel Tylor 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


13. 


Peter Hyke 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 


Peter Ostrander 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


13. 


Henry Matthew 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 


Ishmael Kunnels 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 



408 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


m 
.2 


0! 
(A 


OS 

a 

O 


00 

1-2 


m 

03 


03 


Total 




g 




« 
rt 


u 


« 


Ah 




James Smith 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 


James Williamson 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 


Seth Carey 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 


Thomas Horth 


24 


8 






8 


4. 


12. 


Timothy Howe 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 


James Hadlock 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 


Nathl. Barnet 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 


William Brace 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 


John Magacking 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 


Jeremiah Green 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 


Stephen Rolph 


24 


8 






3 


4. 


12. 


Elias Blancher 


24 


8 




■ 


3 


4. 


12. 
£25. 6.2 



Lemuel Carey, Capt. 

State of Vermont, Sept. 13, 1781. 

The within pay roll sworn to by Capt. Lemuel Carey, 

Before me, John Strong, Justice of Peace. 

Pay Table Office, Sept. 13, 1781. Examined and approved, 
the Treasurer is directed to pay to Capt. Lemuel Carey or bearer, 
it being twenty-five pounds six shillings and two pence. 

John Strong, J Committee, 

iimo. Brownson, j 

Date above, reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above 
order. 

;^25.6.2. Lemuel Carey, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



409 



[286] 



[Capf. William Shepard's Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. William Shepard's Company, Col. 
Cornelius Douty's Regiment, in a Regt. of Foot, of the State of 
Vermont, from the 1st day of August to the 4th day of August, 
1781, in alarm at Saratoga. 











Pr 




Names 


Days 
3 


Pr day 


Miles 


mile 


Total 


Capt. William Shepard 


6.8 


24 


\^ 


1. 8.0 


Lt. Christopher Stark 


3 


4 3 


24 


4 


1. 0.9 


En. Francis Nye 


3 


4.3 


24 


4 


1. 0.9 


Q. M. Josiah Root 


3 


4.3 


24 


4 


0.14.0 


Sergt. Maj'' Israel Shepard 


3 


2.0 


24 


4 


0.12.9 


" ; Rice Honeywell 


3 


1.7 


24 


4 


0.12.9 


*' Joseph Martain 


3 


1.7 


24 


4 


0.12.9 


" Titus Monson 


3 


1.7 


24 


4 


0.12.3 


Jacob Vaniormer 


3 


1.0 


24 


4 


0.12.0 


Joseph Benedict 


3 


1.4 


24 


4 


0.12.0 


Oliver Benedict ; 


3 


1.4 


24 


4 


0.12.0 


Laurence Dutcher " ^ 


3 


1.4 


24 


4 


0.12.0 


Felix Holdridge ! 


3 


1.4 


24 


4 


. 0.12.0 


Wilerstone West ; \ 


3 


1.4 


24 


4 


0.12.0 


John Price, Jr. ! ! 


3 


1.4 


24 


4 


0.12.0 


Ashel Stark j 


3 


1.4 


24 


4 


0.12.0 


Jonathan Price ; 


3 


1.4 


24 


4 


0.12.0 

;^12.10.9 



Attest, Wm. Shepard, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, March 1, 1782. The above 
account being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to 
pay unto Capt. William Shepard or order, the sum of twelve 
pounds ten^shillings and nine pence. 

Isaac Tichenor, ) r^^^^^ff^o 
Nathl. Brush, [Committee. 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, June 14, 1783. Reed, of Ira 
Allen, Esq., Treasurer, the contents of the within order, in behalf 
of Capt. William Shepard. Israel Shepard. 



410 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[309] 



[^Capt. John Robinson^ s Company] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. John Robinson's Company in Col. John 
Abbot's Regiment of Foot, out in an alarm from the 1st day of 
August to the 4th. 1781. 



Names 


Days 


Pr day 


Miles 


Total 


John Robinson, Capt. 


3 


5.4 


30 




William Ross, Lt. 


2 


3.7 


30 




Matthew Randall, En. 


3 


3.7 


30 




John Randall, Sergt. 


3 


1.7 


20 




Jason Babcock, " 


1 


1.7 


10 




Amiel Alger, " 


3 


1.7 


30 




David Randall, " 


3 


1.4 


30 




Abr'" Burdick 


2- 


1.4 


30- 




Nathl. Church 


3 


1.4 


30 




Christeon Kelder 


1 


1.4 


8 




Stephen Randall 


3 


1.4 


3 




Richard Stanley 


1 


1.4 


8 




Elisha Reynolds 


3 


1.4 


30 




William Welch 


2 


1.4 


30 




Abraham Lewis 


3 


1.4 


30 




Obadiah Vaughn 


3 


1.4 


30 




Jonas Odell 


3 


1.4 


30 




Peter Crandall 


3 


1.4 


30 


/• 


Sam' West, Clerk 


3 


1.4 


30 






£ 


13.2.10 



Pay Table Office, Sept. 26, 1781. The above pay roll examined 
and approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Capt. 
John Robinson, being thirteen pounds two shillings and ten pence. 

John Strong, / ^^^^^ 

Timo. Brownson, ) 

Treasurer's Office, Sept. 26, 1781. Reed, of I. Allen, Treas- 
urer, the contents of this order. 

^13.2.10 John Robinson. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



411 



[301, dupl 269] \^Capt. Shadrach Phelps Company] 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Shadrach Phelps' Company, ('ol. Cornelius 
Douty's Regiment of Foot of the State of Vermont, from the first 
day of August to the fourth, in the alarm, at Saratoga, 1781. 



Names 


Days 


Pr day 


Miles 


Pr 

mile 


Total 


Capt. Shadrach Phelps 


3 


6.8 


30 


4C1 


1. 10. 


Lt. Edward Henderson 


3 


4.3 


30 


4 


1. 2. 9 


En. Hendrick Jackson 


3 


4.3 


30 


4 


1. 2. 9 


Sergt. James Bullen 


3 


1.7 


30 


4 


14. 9 


" Asa Nichols 


3 


1.7 


30 


4 


14. 9 


Corpl. John Strow 


3 


1.5 


30 


4 


14. 3 


" John Ekesmer E. Rismer ?] 


3 


1.5 


30 


4 


14. 3 


Jabez Bennett 


3 


1.4 


30 


4 


14. 


Jones Putnam 


3 


1.4 


30 


4 


14. 


James Darrow 


3 


1.4 


30 


4 


14. 


Luther Brown 


3 


1.4 


30 


4 


14. 


Joel Parks 


3 


1.4 


30 


4 


14. 


John Grofif 


3 


1.4 


30 


4 


14. 


James Denslow [Imslow, Tinslow 


3 


1.4 


30 


4 


14. 


Job Paddock 


3 


1.4 


30 


4 


14. 


Saml. Cownour 


3 


1.4 


30 


4 


14. 




3 


1.4 


30 


4 


14. 




£\2. 16. 6 



Attest, Shadrach Phelps, Capt. 

Pay Table Ofifice, Bennington, March 1. 1782. The within pay 
roll being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay 
unto Capt. Shadrach Phelps, or order, the sura of twelve pounds 
sixteen shillings and six pence. Nathl. Brush, 

Isaac Tichei 



sh, ) 
mor, I 



Com« 



Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, July 16, 1782. Reed, of I. 
Allen, Treasurer, the contents of this order. 

^12. 16. 6 Saml. Safford. 



412 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[259] [Cap. Matthias Buttons Company'] 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Matthias Button, Col. John Abbot's Regi- 
ment of Foot of the State of Vermont, from the 1st of August to 
the 4th, 1781. 



Names 


Miles 
24 


Milages 


Amt. 
rations 


3 days 
search at 


Total 


Capt. Matthias Button 


0. 8. 


0. 4. 


0. 16. 





1 8. 


Lt. Peter Baker 


24 


8 


0. 2. 


10. 


9 


1. 0. 9 


En. Pelatiah Rice 


24 


8 


0. 2. 


10. 


9 


1. 0. 9 


Sergt. John Ryon 


24 


8 




4. 


9 


0. 12 9 


David Earl 


24 


8 




4. 


9 


0. 12. 9 


" Russell Graves 


24 


8 




4. 


9 


0. 12 9 


" Ephraim Marsh, Jr. 


24 


8 




4. 


9 


0. 12. 9 


Clerk Saml. Shipraan 


24 


8 




4. 


9 


0. 12 9 


Corpl. William Hill 


24 


8 




4. 


4 


0. 12. 4 


Gershom Gifford 


24 


8 




4. 





0. 12. 


John Bardsley 


24 


8 




4. 





0. 12. 


Eben"' Leonard 


24 


8 




4. 





0. 12. 


William Marsh 


24 


8 




4. 





0. 12. 


Elijah, Wallis 


24 


8 




4. 





0. 12. 


Thomas Leonard 


24 


8 




4. 





0. 12. 


John Marsh 


24 


8 




4. 





0. 12. 


Thomas Edwards; ; 


24 


8 




4. 





0. 12. 


William Hooper ; 


24 


8 




4. 





0. 12. 


Lawrence Sordam 


24 


8 




4. 





0. 12. 


Samuel Sordam 


24 


8 




4. 





0. 12. 


Charles Lyde 


24 


8 




4. 





0. 12. 


Abner Rice 


24 


8 




4. 





0. 12. 


John Butcher 


24 


8 




4. 





0. 12. 


Abraham Crego 


24 


8 




4. 





0. 12. 


Isaiah Dewey 


24 


8 




4. 





0. 12. 


Job Goff 


24 


8 




4. 





0. 12. 


Beverly Burtch 


24 


8 




4. 





0. 12. 


Francis Bennet 


24 


8 




4. 





0. 12. 


Stutson Benson 


24 


8 




4. 





0. 12. 


Benj. Scott 


24 


8 




4. 





0. 12. 












^19.17.7 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



413 



State of Vermont, Sept. 13, 1781. The within roll sworn to 
by Capt. Matthias Button. Before me. John Fassett, Jr., Asst. 

Pay Table Office, Sept. 13, 1781. The within roll examined 
and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 
Capt. Matthias Button or bearer, being nineteen pounds seventeen 
shillings and seven pence. John Fassett, j p . 

John Strong, ) committee. 

Date above, received of the Treasurer the contents of the 
above order. 

;^19. 17. 9 Matthias Button. 



[24] 



\_Detachment under Capt. William Dyre^ 



A Pay Roll of a Detachment from Col. Eben'' Walbridge's Reg- 
iment, commanded by W°^ Dyre, captain, for services scouting, 
etc. at and in the vicinity of Fort Ann, Aug. 4th, 1781, the service 
being done in pursuance of order from his Excellency the Governor. 



Names and Eank 


Daya 


Pay 
per day 


Miles 
travel 


Travel 
per mile 

4d 


Amt. 
of pay 

17.0 


0^ 


l"*vel Total 


W'" Dyre, Capt. 




60 




1. 0. 


Jos. Andrews, Lt. 


4 


4/3 






17.0 




1.17. 


Lebbeus Armstrong, En. 




1/7 






6.4 




1.17. 


Hez. Armstrong, Sergt. 


i t 


1/7 






6.4 




1. 6. 4 


Saml. Sunderland, do. 




1/5 






5.8 




1. 6. 4 


Jedediah Merrill, Corpl. 




1/4 






5.4 




1. 5. 8 


Jehiel Smith 




1/4 






5.4 




1. 5. 4 


Saml. Tubbs 




1/4 






5.4 




1. b. 4 


Leml. Hubbel 










5.4 




1. 5. 4 


Silas Hathaway 










5.4 




1. 5. 4 


ThoB. Hall 










5.4 




1. 5. 4 


Ephrm. Can 










5.4 




1. 5. 4 


Elisha Church 










5.4 




1. 5. 4 


Thos. Tennant 










5.4 




1. 5, 4 


David Matherson 










5.4 




1. 5. 4 


Isaac Andrews 










5.4 




1. 5. 4 


Danl. Howlet 










5.4 




1. 5. 4 


Andrew Briggs 










5.4 




1. 5, 4 


Abner Goss 










5.4 




1. 5. 4 


James Bates 










5.4 




1. 5. 4 


Caleb Harrington 










5.4 




1. 5. 4 


Benj. Parks 










5.4 




1. 5. 4 


W'" Burnham 










5.4 




1. 5. 4 


Francis Phillips 










5.4 




1. 5. 4 


Leml. Bottum 










5.4 




1. 5. 4 




£-^y2. 3. 8 



414 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Arlington, Aug. 22, 1782. The above pay roll sworn to before 
me. Timo. Brownson, Asst. 

Pay Table Office, Aug. 1782. The within pay roll being ex- 
amined, the Treasurer is directed to pay the same, it being thirty- 
two pounds, thirteen shillings and eight pence. 

Timo. Brownson, ) p_^ee 
Nathl. Brush, \ ^^^ 

Oct. 10, 1782. Rec'd of the Treasurer ten pounds seventeen 
shillings on the above order. W™ Dyre, Capt. 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, Aug. 19, 1783. Rec'd of the 
Treasurer twenty one pounds, sixteen shillings in full of the above 
order. W"" Dyre. 

[219] [CaJ>/. Lemuel Bradley's Co7npany\ 

Pay Roll of Capt. Lemuel Bradley's Company, August 6, 1781, 
as established by law. 



Names 


Days 


Wages & 
rations 


Miles 


Travel 


Total 


T.eml. Bradley, Capt. 


3 


17. 


4 


• 50 


16. 


8 


1.14. 8 


William Blancher, Lt. 


3 


11. 


8 


50 


16. 


8 


1. 8. 9 


Saml. Bradley, 


3 


11. 


8 


50 


16. 


8 


1. 8. 9 


John Boardman, Sergt. 


3 


4. 


9X 


50 


16. 


8 


1. 1. 5X 


Jackson, ." 


3 


4. 


9^ 


50 


16. 


8 


1. 1. 5^ 


Hosford, 


3 


4. 


9X 


50 


16. 


8 


1. 1. byi 


Sanford, 


3 


4. 


9X 


50 


16. 


8 


1. 1. 5X 


Bartlet, Corpl. 


3 


4. 


9^ 


50 


16. 


8 


1. 1. h]i 


Brownson, " 


3 


4. 


4^ 


50 


16. 


8 


1. 1. 0^ 


Abner Hurd 


3 


4. 


Wa 


50 


16. 


8 


1. 1. 0^ 


Daniel Hurd 


3 


4. 




50 


16. 


8 


1. 0. 8 


Eliphaz Warner 


3 


4. 




50 


16. 


8 


1. 0. 8 


Saml. Bristol 


3 


4. 




50 


16. 


8 


1. 0. 8 


Shar° Boardman 


3 


4. 




50 


16. 


8 


1. 0. 8 


Eli Pettibone 


3 


4. 




50 


16. 


8 


1. 0. 8 


Benaj'' Leonard 


3 


4. 




50 


16. 


8 


1. 0. 8 


Josiah Averill 


8 


4. 




50 


16. 


8 


1. 0. 8 


Levi Arnold 


3 


4. 




50 


16. 


8 


1. 0. 8 


John Whiston 


3 


4. 




50 


16. 


8 


1. 0. 8 


Phineas Meigs 


3 


4. 




50 


16. 


8 


1. 0. 8 


Zen as Bradley 


3 


4. 




50 


16. 


8 


1. 0. 8 


Barna^ Chipman 


3 


4. 




50 


16. 


8 


1. 0. 8 


Isaac Brownson 


3 


4. 




50 


16. 


8 


1. 0. 8 


Lee 


3 


4. 




50 


16. 


8 


1. 0. 8 
^26. 3. 8>^ 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



415 



N. B. There are 4 rations added in this pay roll, arat. 2/8 

Leml. Bradley, Capt. 

State of Vermont, Arlington, Aug. 13, 1781. The within roll 
sworn to by Capt. Lemuel Bradley. Before me, 

John Fassett, Jr., Asst. 

Pay Table Office, Arlington, Jan 7, 1782. The within roll being 
examined and approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay the same 
to Capt. Lemuel Bradley or bearer, being twenty-six pounds three 
shillings and eight pence. Isaac Tichenor, 

Timo. Brownson, 

Jan. 29, 1782. Reed, of Treasurer the contents of the above 
order, for Capt. Lemuel Bradley. 

;£26. 3. 8 Gilbert Bradley. 

[310] [Capt Joseph Safford's Company] 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Joseph Safford's Company of Militia in 
Col. Eben"" Walbridge's Regiment, on an Alarm, commencing 2nd 
August, 1781, and ending the 8th, both days included. 



..[ 



Committee. 







Wages & 


Amt. wages 




Amt. 

travel 




Names 


Days 
6 


rations 
pr day 


and 
rations 


Miles 


Total 


Capt. Joseph Safford 


6, 8 


2. 0. 


80 


1. 6. 


8 


3. 6. 8 


Lt. William Henry 


3 


4. 3 


0.12. 9 


48 


16. 





1. 8. 1 


En. Joca. Scott 


3 


4. 3 


12. 9 


48 


16. 





1. 8. 1 


Rufus Branch, S. M. 


3 


2. 


6. 


48 


16. 





1. 2. 


Sergt. Jeremiah Bingham 


2 


1. 7 


3. 2 


32 


10. 


8 


13. 8 


" Thos. Abel 


3 


1. 7 


4. 9 


48 


16. 





1. 0. 9 


" Nathl. Lawrence 


1 


1. 7 


1. 7 


4 


1. 


4 


2.11 


' ' Archelaus Tupper 


3 


1. 7 


4. 9 


48 


16. 





1. 0. 9 


*• Roswell Mosely 


5 


1. 7 


7.11 


36 


12. 





19.11 


Corpl, Josiah Brush 


3 


1. 5 


4. 3 


53 


17. 


8 


1. 9.11 


" Ezekiel Brewster 


3 


1. 5 


4. 3 


48 


16. 





1. 0. 3 


" Reuben Colvin 


3 


1. 5 


4. 3 


32 


10. 


8 


14.11 


" Matthew Scott 


3 


1. 5 


4. 3 


53 


17. 


8 


1. 1.11 


Daniel Biddlecom 


3 


1. 4 


4. 


53 


17, 


8 


1. 1. 8 


Leonard Robinson 


4 


1. 4 


5. 4 


69 


1. 3. 





1. 8. 4 


Eben"^ Spencer 


3 


1. 4 


4. 


40 


13, 


4 


17, 4 


Eben' Badcock 


4 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 


8 


13, 4 


Saml. Atwood 


5 


1. 4 


6. 8 


52 


17. 


4 


1, 4. 


Saml. Holmes 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 


8 


13. 4 


Saml. Palmer 


3 


I. 4 


4, 


48 


16. 





1. 0. 


Andrew Newark 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 


8 


13. 4 


Solomon Saflford 


3 


1. 4 


4. 


48 


16. 





1. 0. 


Azariah Cop 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 


8 


13. 4 


Willard Green 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 


8 


13. 4 


Eleazer Egerton 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 


8 


13. 4 


Ammi Fuller 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 


8 


13. 4 



416 



STATE OF VERMONT 







Wages & 


Amt, wages 




Amt. 
travel 

10. 8 




Names 


Days 


rations 
pr day 


and 
rations 


Miles 


Total 


Thos. Taylor 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


13. 4 


WilUam Henry, Jr. 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 8 


13. 4 


David Haynes 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 8 


13. 4 


Phineas Wright 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 8 


13. 4 


David Safiord 


4 


1. 4 


5. 4 


69 


1. 3. 


1. 8. 4 


Samuel Chapin 


2 


1, 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 8 


13. 4 


Levi Hathaway 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 8 


13. 4 


John Holmes 


3 


1. 4 


4. 


48 


16. 


1. 0. 


Jesse Tenney 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 8 


13. 4 


Absalom Tupper 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 8 


13. 4 


Walter Cady 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 8 


13. 4 


Eichard Biddlecom 


2 


1. 4 


8. 8 


32 


10. 8 


13. 4 


Andrew Ferren 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 8 


13. 4 


Henry Parker 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 8 


13. 4 


Christopher Brackett 


3 


1. 4 


4. 


48 


16. 


1. 0. 


Daniel Smith 


4 


1. 4 


5. 4 


36 


12. 


0. 17.4 


Robert Cochran 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 8 


13. 4 


Joseph House 


3 


1. 4 


4. 


48 


16. 


1. 0. 


Nathan Billings 


3 


1. 4 


4. 


48 


16. 


1. 0. 


Medad Hervey 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 8 


0. 10. 8 


Ephraim Smith 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 8 


10. 8 


Mathl. Spencer 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 8 


10. 8 


Moses Scott 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 8 


10. 8 


Jona. Robinson 


4 


1, 4 


5. 4 


69 


10. 8 


1. 8. 4 


Josiah Saflford 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 8 


13. 4 


David Fay 


4 


1. 4 


5. 4 


73 


10. 8 


1. 9. 8 


Moses Robinson, Jr. 


3 


1. 4 


4. 


53 


10. 8 


1. 1. 8 


Issachar Norton 


3 


1. 4 


4. 


48 


1. 3. 


1. 0. 


Josiah Fay 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 8 


13. 4 


Isaac Rice 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


1. 4. 3 


13. 4 


Aaron Denio 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


17. 8 


13. 4 


Jona. Stratton 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


16. 


13. 4 


Stephen Story 


3 


1. 4 


2. 


48 


10. 4 


1. 0. 


Timothy Follett 




1. 4 


1. 4 


16 


10. 8 


6.8 


Reuben Cook 




1. 4 


1. 4 


16 


10. 8 


6. 8 


Mason Branch 




1. 4 


1. 4 


16 


10. 8 


6. 8 


Martin Follett 




1. 4 


1. 4 


16 


16. 


6.8 


Saml. Saflford, Jr. 




1. 4 


1. 4 


16 


5. 4 


6. 8 


Saml. Montague 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


5. 4 


13. 4 


John Whitcomb 




1. 4 


1. 4 


16 


5. 4 


6. 8 


Asa Walbridge 




1. 4 


1. 4 


16 


5. 4 


6. 8 


Lemuel Scott 




1. 4 


1. 4 


16 


5. 4 


6. 8 


Solomon Walbridge 




1. 4 


1. 4 


16 


10. 8 


6. 8 


Joshua Rude 




1. 4 


1. 4 


16 


5. 4 


6. 8 


Job Youngs 




1. 4 


1. 4 


16 


5. 4 


6. 8 


Eben" Lyman 




1. 4 


1. 4 


16 


5. 4 


6.8 


Stephen Hopkins 




1. 4 


1. 4 


16 


5. 4 


6. 8 


Daniel Storey 




1. 4 


1. 4 


16 


5. 4 


6. 8 


Simeon Sears 




1. 4 


1. 4 


16 


5. 4 


6, 8 


Zachariah Herwood 




1. 4 


1. 4 


16 


5. 4 


6. 8 


Joseph Lewis 




1. 4 


1. 4 


16 


5. 4 


6. 8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



417 







Wages & 


Amt. wages 




Amt. 
travel 




Names 


Days 


rations 
pr day 


and 
rations 


Miles 


Total 


Jacob Saflford 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


5. 4 


13. 4 


Daniel Eude 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


5. 4 


13. 4 


Stephen Fuller 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


4 


5. 4 


4. 


Josiah Fuller 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


4 


5. 4 


4. 


Thomas Smith 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


4 


1. 4 


4. 


Noah Cross 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


4 


1. 4 


4. 


David Palmer 


2 


1. 4 


2, 8 


4 


1. 4 


4. 


Zebulon Bewker 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


4 


1. 4 


4. 


William Hanit 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


4 


1. 4 


4. 


Francis Story- 


2 


1. 4 


2. 8 


4 


1. 4 


2. 8 


Joseph Palmer 




1. 4 


1. 4 


4 


1. 4 


2. 8 


John Lawrence 




1. 4 


1. 4 


4 


1. 4 


2. 8 


Elisha Downs 




1. 4 


1. 4 


4 


1. 4 


2. 8 


John Totman 




1. 4 


1. 4 


4 


1. 4 


2.8 


Benj. Webb 




1. 4 


1. 4 


4 


1. 4 


13. 4 


Silas Walbridge 




1. 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 8 


6. 8 


Benj. Hurlburt 




1. 4 


1. 4 


16 


5. 4 


6.8 


Isaiah Hendricks 




L 4 


1. 4 


16 


5. 4 


6.8 


Joshua Hathaway 




1. 4 


1. 4 


16 


5. 4 


6.8 


Stephen Holmes 




1. 4 


L 4 


16 


5. 4 


6. 8 


Jona. Wentworth 




1. 4 


1. 4 


16 


5. 4 


6. 8 


Silas Robinson 




1. 4 


L 4 


16 


5. 4 


6.8 


Judah Weeks 




1. 4 


L 4 


16 


5. 4 


6.8 


Timo. Vibberd 


2 


L 4 


2. 8 


32 


10. 8 


13. 4 



Joseph SafiEord, Capt. 

Bennington, Dec. 14, 1781. Personally appears Capt. Jos. 
Safford and makes solemn oath that the above pay roll is just and 
true. Isaac Tichenor, Justice of Peace/ 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, Dec. 20, 1781. The above pay 
roll being examined and approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay 
the same to the amount of sixty-six pounds eighteen shillings and 
six pence. Isaac Tichenor, ) Committee. 

Amos Fassett, i 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, Jan. 3, 1782. Reed, of the 
Treasurer, the contents of the above order. 

Joseph Safford, Capt. 



[27] 



418 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[189] 



\Capt. Robert Hunkins and Men] 



Pay Roll for a number of Militia under the command of Capt. 
Robert Hunkins, on an alarm at Peacham, August 15, 1781. 



Names 


Days 


Mileage 


Total 


Robert Hunkins, Capt. 
Eben'' Martin 
Seth Ford 
Robert Miller 
Benj Davis 
Stephen Jenkins 
Levi Collins 
Robert Stinson 


7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 


30 


2.16.8 
19.4 
19.4 
19.4 
19.4 
19.4 
19.4 
19.4 

^9.12.0 



Robert Hunkins. 

T hereby attest that the within pay roll is just and true. 

Neh. Lovewell, Com'^'' at Peacham. 

Pay Table Office, Feb. 21, 1783. The Treasurer is hereby 
directed to pay to Capt. Robert Hunkins, or bearer, the within 
sum, it being nine pounds twelve shillings. 

Isaac Tichenor, 

John Strong, 



Committee. 



Treasurer's Office, Windsor, Feb. 21, 1783. ReC^ of Ira Allen, 
Esq., Treasurer, the contents of the above order, being six pounds 
one shilling and four pence, lawful money, for and in behalf of 
Robert Hunkins. Neh. Lovewell, Jr. 

Windsor, Feb, 21, 1783. Rec"^ of the Treasurer three pounds 
ten shillings and eight pence lawful money, which the committee 
of pay table have added to the above order. 

;^9.12.0 Neh. Lovewell, Jr. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



419 



[75] 



\Capt. Bartholomew Durkee's Company\ 
Roll of Capt. Bartholomew Durkee's Company of 



A Pay 

Militia in the service of the State of Vermont, ordered to repair 
with said company to Bethel Fort, by John Benjamin, Capt. and 
commander of said Fort, Aug. 10, 1781. 





Com- 




Pay 


When 






Names 


men't 
of pay 


Days 


per 
day 


dis- 
charged 

1781 


Miles 


Total 




1781 








Capt. Barth^' Durkee 


Aug 10 


4 


0.5.4 


Aug. 13 


17 


1. 8. 4 


Lt. Ephraim Peak 


<< (1 


<i 


3.7 






1. 0. 8 


Sergt. John Bacon 


<( II 


<i 


1.7 






0.12. 


•' Abida Smith 


<< 1 < 


(( 


1.7 






0.12. 


" Benajah Child 


'( (< 


(1 


1.7 






0.12. 


" Jona, Carpenter 


II (1 


<i 


1.7 






0.12. 


Eesolved Sessions 


c< (t 


ti 


1.4 






0.12. 


Eben'' Winslow 


.1 (1 


«i 


1.4 






11. 


John W. Dana 


<l 1 < 


(1 


1.4 






11. 


Thomas Vaile 


<< (1 


<i 


1.4 






11. 


Jabesh Vaughn 


.< (1 


(< 


1.4 






11. 


Darius Sessions 


(< (1 


CI 


1.4 






11. 


Sylvester Bugbee 


(i <l 


II 


1.4 






11. 


Jacob Carpenter 


(1 (( 


<t 


1.4 






11. 


Timothy Cheedle 


II <l 


<l 


1.4 






11. 


Jeremiah Dwyer 


(1 (1 


<1 


1.4 






11. 


Nathl. Frasher 


<( <( 


CI 


1.4 






11. 


Alexander Hutchinson 


(1 (1 


(1 


1.4 






11. 


Isaac Jones 


(1 (1 


<l 


1.4 






11. 


Abiel Morse 


<l (1 


<l 


1.4 






11. 


Asa Paine 


<l <l 


<l 


1.4 






11. 


John Padeok 


<l (1 


(1 


1.4 






11. 


Simeon Sessions 


<l <i 


CI 


1.4 






11. 


Isaiah Tinkham 


<l <l 


CI 


1.4 






11. 


John W. Throop 


1 < 11 


it 


1.4 






11. 


John Watkins 


11 1 i 


1 ( 


1.4 






11. 




;^ 15. 15. 10 



Pay Table Office, Oct. 19, 1781. The within pay roll was 
examined and approved at fifteen pounds fifteen shillings and ten 
pence, and the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the same unto 
Capt. Bartholomew Durkee or bearer. 

Timothy Brownson, ) Committee. 
Isaac Tichenor, ) 

Treasurer's Office, Charlestown, 22'^ Oct. 1781. Reed, of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order for and in behalf of 
Capt. Bartholomew Durkee. 

By me, John Throop. 



420 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[149] 



\Capt. William Bramble a?id Company\ 



A Pay Roll for the Company that marched to Bethel Fort in 
August, 1781, being called out by authority under William 
Bramble, Hartford. 



Names 



William Bramble, Capt. 
Asa Hazen, Lt. 
David Wright, En, 
Andrew Tracy, Sergt. 
Asa Emerson, " 
W'" Dunhiam, " 
Artemas Eobinson, Sergt. 
Solomon Strong 
Eliphalet Marsh 
Levi Demon 
Matthew Bansom 
Jona. Birtch 
Gershom Dunham 
Erastus Chapman 
Thomas Savage 



Days 


Miles 


4 


25 


4 


25 


4 


25 


4 


25 


4 


25 


4 


25 


4 


25 


4 


25 


4 


25 


4 


25 


4 


25 


4 


25 


4 


25 


4 


25 


4 


25 



Pay pr 
day 



5.4 

4. 

4. 



1 



,U2 

,5i 



1.5^ 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 



Pay pr 

mile 



4d 

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



Total 



1.11.0 
1. 4.4 
1. 4.4 
0.14.2 
0.14.2 
0.14.2 
0.13.8 
0.13.8 
0.13.8 
0.13.8 
0.13.8 
0.13.8 
0.13.8 
0.13.8 
0.1S.8 



;^12. 5.2 



Pay Table Office, Oct. 24, 1781. 

The within Pay Roll examined and approved, and the 
Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Capt. William Bramble 
or bearer, it being twelve pound five shillings and two pence. 

Timo. Brownson, j 
Thos. Chandler, j- Com«« 
John Strong, ) 

Date above, reed, the contents of the Treasurer of the above 
order. Elk""* Sprague. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



421 



[244, dupl 73] 



[Capt. Elkanah Sprague and Men'\ 



A Pay Roll of the Company that marched to Bethel Fort in 
August, 178], being called out by authority. 



Names 


1 

Days 


Miles 


Pr dav 


Pr 

mile 


Total 


Elkanah Sprague, Capt. 
Benj. Wright 
John Carpenter 
Thomas Hazen 
William Powers 
Jonathan Powers 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 


0.5.8 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 


4d 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


1.11.0 

0. 9.8 
0. 9.8 
0. 9.8 
0. .9 8 
0. 9 8 




;^4.19.4 



State of Vermont, Hartford, Oct. 10, 1781. Then personally 
appeared Capt. Sprague and made oath to the within Pay Roll, 
before me, John Throop, Assistant. 

Pay Table Office, Oct. 24, 1781. The within Pay Roll ex- 
amined and approved and the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay 
the within sum, being four pounds nineteen shillings and four pence, 
lawful money, to Elkanah Sprague, or order. 

Timo. Brownson, 1 

Thos. Chandler, V Committee. 

John Strong, ) 

Date above reed, the contents of the above order of the 
Treasurer. 

;j^4.19.4 Elkanah Sprague. 

[244, dupl 69] [Capt. John Coffeens Company] 

Pay Roll of Capt. John Cofifeen's Company. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


Capt. John Coflfeen 
Lt. Abiel Preston 
Clerk Noadiah Russell 
Isaac Balding 
Michael Coffeen 
Abel Balding 
Reuben Gilbert 


7 
9 
9 
6 
2 
6 
4 


18 
24 
14 
18 
18 
18 
8 


2.16. 8 
2.11. 9 
1. 4. 5 
0.17. 4 
0. 9. 4 
0.17. 4 
0.10. 



422 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


Ely Gilbert 
Alexander Alford 
Ephraim Foster 
Eben« Stone 
John Stone 
Elizur Coffeen 


4 
6 
4 
7 
4 
4 


8 
18 

8 
20 

8 
48 


0.10.0 
0.17. 4 
0.10. 
1. 0. 
0.10. 
1. 1. 4 



John Coffeen. 



^13.15.10 



August 30, 1781. The above pay roll sworn to before me, 

Timo. Brownson, Asst. 

Pay Table Office, 30 Aug. 1781. The within pay roll ex- 
amined and approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay the same 
to Capt. Coffeen or bearer, it being ;j£"13.15.10. 

John Strong, ) ^^^.^ 
Timo. Brownson, j" 

Treasurer's Office, 30th Aug., 1781. Reed, of Ira Allen, Esq., 
Treasurer, the contents of the above order, being thirteen pounds 
fifteen shillings and ten pence. 

;^13.15.10 John Coffeen. 



[104] 



\Priso7iers' Guard under Lieut. Joseph Wickwire'\ 



A Pay Roll of a Guard appointed over the Prisoners confined 
in the School house in Bennington, under the command of Jos. 
Wickwire, Lieut, commencing the 8*'' day of August and conclud- 
ing the 20*^^ of the same month. 



Names 


Days 


P^ day 


Total 


Lt. Joseph Wickwire 


11 


4.3 


2. 6.9 


Sergt. Matthew Scott 


13 


1.7 


1. 0.7 


Corpl. Danl. Hewlet 


13 


1.5 


0.18.5 


George Parker 


13 


1.5 


0.18.5 


John Robins 


13 


1.4 


0.17.4 


Zerubabel Potter 


13 


1.4 


0.17.4 


Zerah Scott 


13 


1.4 


0.17.4 


Enoch Sackett 


13 


1.4 


17.4 


Jonas Abbott 


13 


1.4 


0.17.4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



423 



Names 


Days 


P' day 


Total 


Jesse Jackson 


13 


1.4 


0.17.4 


Samuel Standish 


13 


1.4 


0.17.4 


Job Burleson 


13 


1.4 


0.17.4 


Nathan Kinsley- 


13 


1.4 


0.17.4 


Elijah Aimes 


13 


1.4 


0.17.4 


Peter Lawrence 


13 


1.4 


0.17.4 


Jonathan Bennett 


13 


1.4 


0.17.4 


Oliver Miller 


13 


1.4 


0.17.4 


Thomas Green 


13 


1.4 


0.17.4 
P^17.6.10 



Pay Table Office, Sept. 6, 1781. The above pay roll examined 
and approved, and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 
Joseph Wickwire or bearer, it being seventeen pounds six shillings 
and ten pence. Time. Brownson, ) ^Qj^jee 

John Strong. j" 

Treasurer's Office, Sept. 10, 1781. Reed, of Ira Allen, Esq., 
Treasurer, the contents of the within order, being seventeen 
pounds six shillings and ten pence, lawful money. 

Joseph Wickwire, Lieut. 

[509] [Lefnue/ Hawlefs Pay\ 

Pay Table Office, | 
22<^ of Augt. 1781. S 
The Treasurer is directed to pay Lemuel Hawley, a soldier in 
Col" Warner's Regiment, six pounds,— being part of his deprecia- 
tion due. John Strong, \ q^^^^^ 
^6.0.0 Timo. Brownson, f 

Date above received of the Treasurer the contents of the above 
order. Lemuel Hawley. 



424 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[347] \Capt. Isaac Tichenors Coinpany\ 

Pay Roll of the Company of Militia, commanded by Capt. Isaac 
Tichenor and ordered to Saratoga by Col. Eben'' Walbridge in 
Aug., 1781, from Bennington, being 30 miles. 



Names 


Pr day 


Miles 


Day s 


Total 


Capt. Isaac Tichenor 


6.8 


30 


2 


1. 3.4 


Lt. Lebbeus Armstrong 


4.3 


30 


2 


18.6 


Sergt. Daniel Harmon 


1.7 


30 


2 


13.2 


" John Rudd 


1.7 


30 


2 


13.2 


Stephen Kingsley 


1.7 


30 


2 


13.2 


Timothy Abbot 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Ezekiel Harmon 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Joshua Wood 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Lemuel Pratt 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Lemuel Cleveland 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Timothy Allen 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Caleb Clark 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Eli Pember 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Jason Season [Leason] 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Silas Harmon 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Austin Harmon 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Gains Harmon 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Samuel Hanes 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Felix Anger 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Edward Giffin 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Jeduthun Hurd 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


John Knight 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Phineas Scott 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Benj. Herwood 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Henry Walbridge 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


David Robinson , 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.'8 


Amos Fassett 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


William Brush 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Jesse Field 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Abraham Branson 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Joseph Willoughby, Jr. 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Jonathan Fisk 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Jone [Tone] Farr 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Benj. Selden 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


David Ellsworth 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 


Stephen Cleveland 


1.4 


30 


2 


12.8 




^24. 8.8 



Attest, Isaac Tichenor, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



425 



Pay Table Office, Manchester, April 18, 1783. The within Pay 
Roll being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay to 
Isaac Tichenor or order the sum of twenty-four pounds eight shil- 
lings and eight pence. John Strong, ) ^ . 

Time. Brownson, f ^-ommittee. 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, July 31, 1783. Reed, the con- 
tents of the above order, of Ira Allen, Esq., Treasurer. 

;,^24.8.8 Isaac Tichenor. 



[821 



[ Three Weeks Mett, Capt. Par melee Allen's Company'] 



A Pay Roll of Three Weeks' Men that joined Capt. Parmelee 
Allen's Company from Col. Warner's [Warren's] Regiment and 
Col. Allen's in the service of the State of Vermont in 1781. 



Names 


Entered 


Days 


Wages 
per day 


Total 


Jabesh Warren 


July 26 


22 


0.1.4 


1. 9.4 


Joseph Squier 




22 


1.4 


1. 9.4 


Samuel Thomas 




22 


1.4 


1. 9.4 


Winthrop Graham 




22 


1.4 


1. 9.4 


James Barnes 




22 


1.4 


1..9.4 


Thomas Gilbert 




22 


1.4 


1. 9.4 


John Barber 




22 


1.4 


1. 9.4 


John Parish 




22 


1.4 


1. 9.4 


Jo^hn Ballows 




22 


1.4 


1. 9.4 


W™ Burroughs [Boughrows] 




22 


1.4 


1. 9.4 


Simon Francis 




22 


1.4 


1. 9.4 


Prosevet Smith 




22 


1.4 


1. 9.4 


Robert Stanton 




22 


1.4 


1. 9.4 


Asa Strong 




22 


1.4 


1. 9.4 


James Underbill 




22 


1.4 


1. 9.4 


Isaac Marks 




22 


1.4 


1. 9.4 


John Horton _ 




22 


1.4 


1. 9.4 




^24.18.8 



Attest, Parmelee Allen, Captain. 

Arlington, Nov. 26, 1781. Then appeared Capt. Parmelee 
Allen and made oath to the truth of the above roll. 

Before me, Thos. Chittenden, Governor. 



426 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Pay Table Office, Sunderland, Aug. 21, 1783. The within roll 
having been examined and approved, the Treasurer will pay the 
contents of the same to Thomas Tolman, Esq. Paymaster, being 
the sum of twenty-four pounds eighteen shillings and eight pence, 
lawful money, taking his receipt. 

Saml. Bartlett, \ ^ , 
Timo^ Brownson, f 
Received of the Treasurer the contents of the within warrant. 
Oct. 2d, 1784. Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



[238] 



[Capf. Abraham Under hilV s Company'\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Abraham Underhill's Company and Col. 
Ira Allen's Regiment of Militia, for service done in defense of the 
Frontiers of the State of Vermont in the Alarms which commenced 
the 12th, 1781. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


Capt. Abr. Underbill 


20 


30 


7. 3.4 


Lt. Richard Deming [Duning?" 


20 


90 


5.15.0 


En. Ephraim Reynolds 


20 


30 


4.15.0 


Sergt. Philip Matteson 


20 


30 


2. 1.8 


•' George Manley 


14 


60 


2. 2.2 


Dan Kent 


14 


60 


2. 2.2 


Corpl. Wm. Manley 


6 


30 


0.18.9 


" Joseph Curtis 


20 


90 


2.19.2 


John Farwell 


8 


30 


1. 0.8 


Reuben Bloomer 


8 


30 


1. 0.8 


David Barnham 


20 


90 


2.16.8 


Thos. McCann 


24 


30 


2. 2.0 


Benj. Matteson 


14 


60 


1.18.8 


Erastus Monsel 


24 


30 


2. 2.0 


Prince Paddoclc 


24 


30 


2. 2.0 


Asa Baldwin 


6 


30 


0.18.0 


Peter Mclntyre 


6 


30 


0.18.0 


George Gage 


6 


30 


0.18.0 


Ashbel Barnham 


14 


60 


1.18.8 


Silas Reynolds 


14 


60 


1.18.8 


John Gray 


10 


60 


1.13 4 


Thos. Danton 


14 


60 


1.18.8 


Jona. Shearwood 


14 


60 


1.18.8 


Asa Farwell 


6 


30 


0.18.0 


Isaac Farwell 


12 


60 


1.16.0 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



427 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


Cephas Kent 


14 


60 


1.18.8 


Samuel Strong 


24 


30 


2. 2.0 


Henry Allen 


16 


60 


2. 1.4 


Joseph Ingal 


20 


90 


2.16.8 


Joseph Mclntire 


6 


30 


0.18.0 


Jacob Wilbur 


8 


30 


1. 0.8 


John Gilbert 


8 


30 


1. 0.8 


Joseph Sheldon 


10 


60 


1.13.4 


Laban Cousins 


6 


30 


0.18.0 


Jonathan Page 


14 


60 


1.18.8 


Benj. Barto 


6 


30 


0.18.8 


Jacob Cousins 


6 


30 


0.18.8 


Isaac Underbill 


14 


60 


1.18.8 


Sylvanus Sikes 


14 


60 


1.18.8 


Titus Sikes 


8 


30 


1. 0.8 


Joseph Armstrong 


14 


60 


1.18.8 


Joshua Cousins, Jr. 


6 


30 


0.18.0 


Charles Collins 


14 


60 


1.18.8 


Silas Baldwin 


14 


60 


1.18.8 


Neh. Higbee 


14 


60 


1.18.8 


John Kent 


16 


30 


1.11.4 


Alex' Kent 


8 


30 


1. 0.8 


Joseph Larkins 


6 


30 


0.18.0 


James Willcocks 


8 


30 


1. 0.8 


Joel Frost 


8 


30 


1. 0.8 


Joshua King 


7 


30 


0.19.4 


John Manley, Jr. 


8 


30 


1. 0.8 


John Manley, 3rd 


6 


30 


0.18.8 




;^96. 1.3 



11th June, 1781. The foregoing Roll examined and approved 

and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same, which is ninety-six 

pounds one shillings and three pence. 

Thos. Chittenden, ) r^^^^uf^^ 
^. ., „ r Committee. 

Timothy Brownson, ) 

Date above, received of the Treasurer the contents of the 
above order. Per me, 

June 11, 1781. Abraham Underbill, Capt. 



428 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[236] 



\Capt. .Elijah Galushas Company\ 



Pay Roll of Capt. Elijah Galusha's Company in Col. Ira Allen's 
Regiment on the alarm in August, 1781, to Saratoga. 



Names 


Days 


Amt. 
Wages 


Miles 


Amt. 
Travel 


Total 


Capt. Elijah Galusha 


4 


1. 6.8 


75 


1.5.0 


2.11.8 


En. Benj. Bartlett 


4 


0.17.0 


75 


1.5.0 


2. 2.0 


Corpl. Jacob Smith 


4 


6.4 


75 


1.5.0 


1.11.4 


Sergt. Benajah Boardman 


4 


6.4 


75 


1.5.0 


1.11.4 


Drum"" William Anderson 


4 


5.8 


75 


1.5.0 


1.10.8 


Fifer Martin Deming 


4 


5.8 


75 


1.5.0 


1.10.8 


Jacob Hinds 


4 


5.4 


75 


1.5.0 


1.10.4 


James Anderson 


4 


5.4 


75 


1.5.0 


1.10.4 


Jona. Butterfield 


4 


5.4 


75 


1.5.0 


1.10.4 


Martin Chittenden 


4 


5.4 


75 


3.5.0 


1.10.4 


Elijah Wood 


4 


5.4 


75 


1.5.0 


1.10.4 


Eli Pettibone 


4 


5.4 


75 


1.5.0 


1.10.4 


David Fasset 


4 


5.4 


75 


1.5.0 


1.10.4 


Adonirum [Edoniram] Burrit 


4 


5.4 


75 


1.5.0 


1.10.4 


Brown 


4 


5.4 


75 


1.5.0 


1.10.4 




^24.10.8 



Arlington, Nov. 27, 1781. Personally appears Capt. Elijah 
Galusha and makes solemn oath that the above pay roll is just and 
true. Isaac Tichenor, Justice of Peace. 

Pay Table OfSce, Sunderland, Jan. 4, 1782. Reed, of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order, being twenty-four 
pounds ten shillings and eight pence. 

Elijah Galusha, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



429 



[1611 



\Capt. Nathan Delano s Compatiy] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Nathan Delano's Company, Col. John 
Abbot's Regiment in a Regiment of Foot of the State of Vermont, 
from the V^ day of August to the 4*^, 1781. 



Names 



Capt. Nathan Delano 
Lt. Gershom Odel 
En. Rozel Chapman 
Sergt. Rob^ Hard 
Abraham Chase 
John Kicket 
Caleb Whitford 
Corpl. Artemas Chase 
Peter Boone 
Fifer William Powel 
Jacob Roumfitt 
Coonrod Ricket 
Nontice O'Strander 
Abijah Putnam 
Gary Wells 
Richard Powell 
Simeon Banday 
David Pearce 
Abraham Chace, Jr. 
Caleb Parker 
Timothy Wallis 
Henry Brown 
Jacob Brown 
Like V. Norman 
John Dott, Jr. 
William Hunt 
Benajah Bunday 
John Patten 
David Vallance 
Clark Jonathan Powel 



Miles 


Amt, 


Rations 


Days 


P-- day 


24 


0.8.0 


0.4.0 


3 


0.16.0 


24 


8. 


2.0 


3 


0.10.9 


24 


8. 


2.0 


3 


0.10.9 


24 


8. 




3 


0. 4.9 


24 


8. 




3 


0. 4.9 


24 


8. 




3 


0. 4.9 


24 


8. 




3 


0. 4.9 


24 


8. 




3 


0. 4.4 


24 


8. 




3 ■ 


0. 4.4 


24 


8. 




3 


0. 4.4 


24 


8. 




3 


0. 4.4 


24 


8. 




3 


4. 


24 


8. 




3 


4. 


24 


8. 




3 


4. 


24 


8. 




3 


4. 


24 


8. 




3 


4. 


24 


8. 




3 


4. 


24 


8. 




3 


4. 


24 


8. 




3 


4. 


24 


8. 




3 


4. 


24 


8. 




3 


4. 


24 


8. 




3 


4. 


24 


8. 




3 


4. 


24 


8. 




3 


4. 


24 


8. 




3 


4. 


24 


8. 




3 


4. 


24 


8. 




3 


4. 


24 


8. 




3 


4. 


24 


8. 




3 


4. 


24 


8. 




3 


4. 



Total 

1. 8.0 

1. 0.9 

1. 0.9 

0.12.9 

0.12.9 

0.12.9 

0.12.9 

0.12.4 

0.12.4 

0.12.4 

0.12.4 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12.9 

;^19.18.3 



Nathan Delano, Capt. 

State of Vermont, Sept. 13, 1781. The .within Pay Roll sworn 
to by Capt. Nathan Delano. Before me, 

John Strong, Justice of Peace. 



430 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Pay Table Office, Sept. 13, 1781. The within pay roll exam- 
ined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same 
to Capt. Delano or bearer, it being nineteen pounds eighteen shil- 
lings and three pence. John Strong, ) p. 

Timo. Brownson, \ committee. 

Date above, received of the Treasurer the contents of the 
above order. 

;^19.18.3 Nathan Delano, Capt. 

[165] [^Capt Willia7n Sharp's Company] 

A Pay Roll of Capt. William Sharp's Company for two days, 
belonging to Col. John Abbot's Regiment. 





Amt. 
Milage 


Rations 






Names 


& pay 
per day 


Days 


Total 


William Sharp, Capt. 


13 


6.8 


2 


17. 8 


Geo. Milliman [Millimott], Lt. 


13 


4.3 


2 


12.10 


William Wallsworth, En. 


13 


4.3 


2 


12.10 


Levi Bersley, Sergt. 


13 


1.7 


2 


7. 6 


Danl. Hawley, Corpl. 


13 


1.5 


2 


7. 2 


Saml. Lathem 


13 


1.4 


2 


7. 


Daniel Earl [Arl] 


13 


1.4 


2 


7. 


Isaac Hodges 


13 


1.4 


2 


7.- 


Moses Vail [Yail] 


13 


1.4 


2 


7. 


Major Haynes 


13 


1.4 


2 


7. 


Cornelius V. Werner [Vumer] 


13 


1.4 


2 


7. 


Richard Powel 


13 


1.4 


2 


7. 


Gideon Olmstead 


13 


1.4 


2 


7. 


Elisha Spalding 


13 


1.4 


2 


7. 


John V. Wanner 


13 


1.4 


2 


7. 


Frederick Cottes 


13 


1.4 


2 


7. 


Augt 7 & 8, 1781. 


^6.15. 



William Sharp, Capt. 
Pay Table Office, Bennington, Feb. 24, 1784. 
The within roll is approved and the Treasurer is directed to 
pay the same, being six pounds fifteen shillings lawful money to 
Capt. W"^ Sharp or bearer. 

Timo. Brownson, ) , 
Saml. Bartlit, f ^°"^- 
Treasurer's Office, Bennington, Feb. 25, 1784. Reed, of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order. 

yj6.15.0 William Sharp, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



431 



[160] 



[Col. John Abbot and Officer s\ 



Col. Abbot's Pay Roll for himself and the Field and Staff 
Officers. 





Miles 


P' 

mile 

4d 
« 


P^ 

day 


Ea- 

tions 


P' day 


Total 


Col. John Abbot 

Lt. Col. Benj. Eandal 

Maj. Joel Abbot 

Adjt. Rufus Johnson 

Q. M' Samuel Lues [Lewis] 


24 
30 
24 
24 
24 


3^ 

3 

3 

3 

3 


3.4 

2.8 
2.8 
2.8 

2.8 


10. 
8. 
6.8 
6.8 
2. 


2. 8.0 
2. 2.0 
1.16.0 
1.14.0 
0.16.0 




i:8.16.0 



Test, John Abbot, Col. 

State of Vermont, Arlington, Sept. 13, 1781. The above roll 

examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the 

same to Col. John Abbot, or bearer, it being eight pounds sixteen 

shillings. Timo. Bronson, ) r^^^:.^^^ 

^ T u Ci. r Committee. 

John Strong, ) 

Date above reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above 
order. 

^8.16.0 John Abbot, Col. 

[252 dupl 90] \Capt. Cyprian Downer s Cotnpany] 

Capt. Cyprian Downer's Company, Shaftsbury, 1781. Pay 
Roll for going to Saratoga on an Expedition. 



Names 


Days 
2 


Miles 


For 
travel 


Pr day 


Total 


Cyprean Downer, Capt. 


30 


0.10.0 


06.8 


1. 3.4 


Isaac Andrus, Lt. 


2 


30 


10. 


4.3 


18.6 


Benj. Corey, En. 


2 


30 


10. 


4.3 


18.6 


Thomas King, Sergt. 


2 


30 


10. 


1.7 


13.2 


Caleb Olin 


2 


30 


10. 


1.4 


12.8 


Winslow Perry 


2 


30 


10. 


1.4 


12.8 


Abner Drinkwater 


4 


30 


10. 


1.4 


15.4 


John Stanley 


2 


30 


10. 


1.4 


12.8 


William Parlcer 


2 


30 


10. 


1.4"^ 


12.8 


Samuel Matteson 


2 


30 


10. 


1.4jt 


12.8 



Total 



^7.12.2 



Attest, Cyprean Downer, Capt. 



432 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Pay Office, Bennington, Jan. 14, 1782. The Treasurer is 
hereby directed to pay to Capt. Cyprian Downer, or order, the 
sum of seven pounds twelve shillings and two pence as per the 
within account. Isaac Tichenor, | ^ _.., 

Nathl. Brush, \ Committee. 

Reed. 13th of May, 1782, of the Treasurer the contents of the 
above order. 

^7.12.2 Cyprian Downer. 

[83] [Capf. Jesse Safford's Company\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Jesse Safford's Company of Militia for 
service in the Alarm, Aug. 10, 1781, at the request of Capt. John 
Benjamin. 



Names 



Jesse Safford, Capt. 
Abisha Sampson 
George Thomas, Sergt. 
Seth Washburn, Sergt. 
Conf« Fuller, Corp. 
Nathan Rowland 
Elias Thomas 
Joseph Churchill 
Jabez Bennett 
William Bennett 
Timothy Cox 
Phineas Williams 
Abel Emmons 
John Sanderson 
Sam). Matthews 
Chellis Safford 
Andrew Thomas 
Nathan Rust 
Isaac Hoisington 
Bliss Hoisington 
William Smith 
Jonas Matthews 
Jonas Washburn 
Joseph Hawkins 
John Rolles 
Nathl. Tinkham 
Gains Paddock 
Moses Kimball 
Nathan Fletcher 



Com- 
mence' 
pay 


of Miles 


Days 


Pay 

per 
day 


When dis- 
charged 


Au 


f \ 


15 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
1 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


6/8 
4/3 
1/2 
1/2 
1/5 
1/4 


Au 

< 


g- 1 


1 



Total 



0.18. 4 

13. 6 

0. 2 

0. 2 
7.10 

7. 8 

7. 8 

7. 8 

7. 8 

7. 8 

7. 8 

7. 8 

7. 8 

7. 8 

7. 8 

7. 8 

7. 8 

7. 8 

7. 8 

7. 8 

7. 8 

7. 8 

7. 8 

7. 8 

7. 8 

7. 8 

7. 8 

7. 8 

7. 8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



433 



Names 


Com- 
mence' of 
pay 


Miles 


Days 


Pay 

per 
day 


When dis- 
charged 


Total 


Perez Wood 
Simon Davis 
Elijah Bale [Bailey] 
Phineas Davis 


Aug-. 10 

( ( ( ( 
1 ( < i 


lo' 


4 
4 
4 
4 




Aug. 11 
It li 

1 ( (I 

( i u 


7. 8 
7. 8 
7. 8 
7. 8 




^13 0. 8 



Pay Table Office, Charlestown, Oct. 25, 1781. 
The within pay roll examined and approved, the Treasurer is 
directed to pay the same to Capt. Jesse Safford or bearer, it being 
thirteen pounds and eight pence. 

Timothy Brownson, ) p^^^:..^^ 
John Strong, f Committee. 

Date above reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above 
order. 

i;i3.0.8 Jesse Safford. 



[65] 



[Ensign Elisha Partridge and Men\ 



A Pay Roll for service done by men under the command of 
Ensign Elisha Partridge, in pursuance of Brig. Gen. Olcott's orders 
on the llt"^ day of Aug. 1781. 



Names 


Days 


Wages 
due 


Miles 


Total 


Ensign Elisha Partridge 


3 


0.10.11 


20 


0.19. 5 


Sergt. Elias Newton 




4. 9 


20 


11. 5 


" John Wright 




4. 9 


20 


11. 5 


Corpl. Elijah Tracy 




4. 4^ 


20 


10.11^ 


" Henry Burton - 




4. 4^^ 


20 


10.11>^ 


Nathl. Brown 




4. 


20 


10. 8 


Stephen Knowlton 




4. 


20 


10. 8 


Cyprian Morgan 




4. 


20 


10. 8 


John Spear 




4. 


20 


10. 8 


Jerome Hutchinson 




4. 


20 


10. 8 


Simon Stimpson 




4. 


20 


10. 8 


Danl. Kinney 




4. 


20 


10. 8 


Jonas Richards 




4. 


20 


10. 8 



[28] 



434 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 



Isaac Partridge 
Elias Partridge 
Philip Smith 
Solomon Curtis 
Job Pigsley 
Martin Brown 
John Lewis 



Days 



Wages 
due 



4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 



Miles 



Total 



20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 



10. 


8 


10. 


8 


10. 


8 


10. 


8 


10. 


8 


10. 


8 


10. 


8 


/:nA. 


3 



The above is a true pay roll. 



Test, 

Elisha Partridge, Ensign. 



State of Vermont, Washington ss. Came personally the above 
named Ensign Elisha Partridge and made solemn oath to the truth 
of the above pay roll. Benj. Emmons, Asst. 

Pay Table Office, Charlestown, 19'^ Oct. 1781. The within 
pay roll examined and approved at eleven pounds four shillings 
and two pence, and the Tieasurer is hereby directed to pay the 
same to Ensign Elisha Partridge or bearer. 

Time. Brownson, \ p 
Isaac Tichenor, j 

Treasurer's Office, Oct. 27, 1781. Reed of Ira Allen, Treas- 
urer, the contents of this order. 

;^11.4.2 Abel Curtis. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



435 



[91] 



\^Prisoners' Guard under Sergt. Matthew Scott'\ 



Pay Roll of a party of Men raised for twelve days as a guard 
to the prisoners in confinement at Bennington, commencing the 
21^* August and ending the 1'* September, 1781. 



Names and Rank 


Days in 


Pay per 
day 


Amount 




service 




Matthew Scott, Serg* 


12 


0.1. 7i 


0.19.21 


Samuel Standish, do 


12 


0.1. 7i 


0.19.21 


Levi Morgan, Corporal 


12 


0.1. 5i 


0.17.7* 


James Cadwell, do 


12 


0.1.51 


0.17.7i 


Zerah Scott, Private 


12 


0.1.4 


0.16.0 


Richard Wheet 


12 


0.1.4 


0.16.0 


Peter Lawrence 


12 


0.1.4 


0.16.0 


Jesse Jackson 


12 


0.1.4 


0.16.0 


Job Burleson 


12 


0.1.4 


0.16.0 


Silas Pratt 


12 


0.1.4 


0.16.0 


Caleb Hulburd 


12 


0.1.4 


0.16.0 


Spaman Badcock 


12 


0.1.4 


0.16.0 


Joseph Condon 


12 


0.1.4 


0.16.0 


William Henry, Jr. 


12 


0.1.4 


0.16.0 


Samuel Mathersou 


12 


0.1.4 


0.16.0 


Daniel Smith 


12 


0.1.4 


0.16.0 


Frederick Weaver 


12 


0.1.4 


0.16.0 


Ehsha Field 


12 


0.1.4 


0.16.0 


Aaron Clark 


12 


0.1.4 


0.16.0 




;^15.13.7i 



Pay Table Office, Sept. 24, 1781. The within roll examined 
and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 
Matthew Scott, sargeant, or bearer, being fifteen pounds, thirteen 
shillings and seven pence. John Fassett, ) Pomee 

^15.13.7 Timo. Brownson, j ^ 

Received of the Treasurer the contents of the above order. 

Pr me, Matthew Scott. 



436 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[187] 



l^Frisoners' Guard under Sergt. Samuel Standis/i\ 



A Pay Roll for the Guard raised by order from His Excellency 
Thomas Chittenden, Esq., Captain General, for guarding- the 
Prisoners. Howard and his party, four days at Bennington, and 
from there to Skeensboro' Sept. 13, 1781. 



Names 


Days 


Pr 

day 


Am' 
wages 


Miles 


Pr 

mile 


Mileage 


Total 


Samuel StandiBh, Sergt. 


13 


1.7 


0.19.0 


60 


4" 


1. 0.0 


1.19.0' 


George Parker, Corpl, 


10 


1.5 


14.3 


60 


4 


1. 0.0 


1.14.3 


Draper Runnals 


10 


1.4 


18.4 


60 


4 


1. 0.0 


1.13.4 


Lem' Scott 


10 


1.4 


13.4 


60 


4 


1. 0.0 


1.13.4 


Isaac Oakes 


5 


1.4 


6.8 


60 


4 


1. 0.0 


1. 6.8 


Josiah Safford 


4 


1.4 


5.4 


40 


4 


0.13.4 


18.8 


Nath' Turner 


2 


1.4 


2.8 


15 


4 


0. 5.0 


7.8- 


Thomas Grreen 


4 


1.4 


5.4 








5.4 


Daniel Kinsley 


4 


1.4 


5.4 








5.4r 


Peter Buck 


4 


1.4 


5.4 








5.4 


John Sheldon 


4 


1.4 


5.4 








5.4r 


Joseph Burlinson 


4 


1.4 


5.4 








5.4 

;^10.19.& 



Sam' Standish, Serg' 

Bennington, Sept. 17, 1782. These certify that the men were 
in service as mentioned in this Roll. 

P"" me, Sam' Robinson, Lt. Col. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, 24*'" Sept. 1782. The within- 
pay roll being examined and approved, ihe Treasurer is hereby 
directed to pay unto Serg*^ Samuel Standish, or his order, the sum 
of ten pounds nineteen shillings and six pence. 

Nath' Brush, 

Tim° Brownson, 



Committee. 



Treasurer's OfSce, Sunderland, Nov. 12, 1782. Rec^ of Ira 
Allen, Treasurer, the contents of the within order. 

Sam' Standish. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



437 



t56j 



[Capf. Joseph Safford's Company\ 



Pay Roll of Capt. Joseph Safford's Company raised for three 
weeks to guard the inhabitants of White Creek, commencing the 
^th Aug'' and ending the 9th September, inclusive, 1781. 



Names and Rank 



Capt. Joseph Safford 

Serg' Stephen Holmes 
" Silas Walbridge 
" Caleb Whitford 
" Francis Horth 

Corp' Benoni Reynolds 
" Jas. Thompson 

Jos. Lues 

John Reynolds 

Benajah Wells 

Tuttle Cheever 

Azariah Briggs 

Saml. Thompson 

Joshua Pratt 

Timo. Allen 

Benj. Parks 

Saml. Lamfier 

John Dennis 

Cyrus Brown 

Garrit Lake 

Silas Brown 

Saml. Bashman 

"Wm. Strong 

Philip W^arner 

Wason Caldwell 

David Henderson 

Philip Bartholomew 

Nathl. Palmer 

George Fowler 

Andrew Simpson 



No._ 
days in 
service 



32 
22 
22 
22 
21 
21 
21 
22 
21 
21 
21 
23 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
23 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
5 



Wages 
and ra- 
tions per 
day 



0.6.8 
1 



7^ 

'4 



1. 

1.7| 
1.5| 



1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 



1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 



Amount 
of wages 
& rations 


Miles 
travel 


10. 2. 8 


38 




14.10 


38 




14.10 


38 




13. 6 


32 




13. 6 


38 




9. 9 


21 




9. 9 


32 




9. 4 


38 




8. 


22 




8. 


33 




8. 


45 




10. 8 


13 




8. 


38 




8. 


38 




8. 


33 




8. 


38 




8. 


33 




10. 8 


32 




8. 


33 




8. 


41 




8. 


41 




8. 


22 


•J 


8. 


22 




8. 


22 




8. 






8. 


33 




8. 


38 




8. 







14. 8 







6. 8 





Amt. wages, 

rations & 

travel 



11. 6. 
2. 7. Hi 

2. 7. Hi 
2. 7. 4i 
2. 6. 4A 
1.17. 7i 



2. 1 
2. 2 
1.15 

1.19. 

1. 8. 

2. 5. 8 
1.12. 4 
2. 0. 8 
2, 0. 8 
1.19. 
2. 0. 8 
2. 1. 8 

1.18. 8 
2. 0. 8 
2. 1. 8 
2. 1. 8 
1.15. 4 
1.15. 4 
1.15. 4 

1. 8. 

1.19. 

2. 0. 8 
0.14. 8 
0. 6. 8 



3^ 



4 



In number 30. 
Attest. 



. ;^65.14. 2| 
Jos. Safford, Capt. 



State of Vermont. 

Arlington, ss. Sept. 12, 1781. Capt. Joseph Safford appear- 
ing personally made oath that the within roll is just and true 
without fraud to the public or any individual and according to his 
best knowledge. 

Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



438 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Pay Table Office, Sunderland, Aug. 21, 1783. The within 
roll having been examined and approved of, the Treasurer will pay 
the contents of the same to Thos. Tolman Esq., Paymaster, being 
the sum of sixty-five pounds fourteen shillings and two pence half 
penny, lawful money, taking his receipt. 

Saml. Bartlit, 

Timo. Brownson, 



a 



Committee. 



Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of this warrant. 
Oct. 2, 1784. Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



[23] 



l^Capt. Elijah Galusha's Company {party] 



A Pay Roll of a part of Capt. Elijah Galusha's Company that 
went into Windham County to assist the Sheriff in taking a num- 
ber of prisoners in September last, Arlington, 24th Oct. 1781. 





Days in 


Pay per 


Miles 


Pay per 


Amount 


Names and Rank 


service 


day 


travel 


mile 


of pay 


Elijah Galusha, Capt. 


5 


6/8 


52 


4d 


2.10.8 


Benj. Bartlett, En° 


, 




4/8 


< t ' 4 




1.18.7 


Saml. Horsford.Sergt. 






V 


(( 






1.17.4 


Joel Leonard, Corpl. 






4/ 


t ( 






1.17.4 


Martin Deming 






V 


( 1 






1.17.4 


John Adams 






V 


(( 






1.17.4 


Martin Chittenden 






V 


( ( 






1.17.4 


Jarel Palmer 






V 


1 ( 






1.17.4 


Adoniram Burritt 






4/ 


(( 






1.17.4 


Zadock Hawley 






V 


i I 






1.17.4 


Hull Wallis 






V 


t< 






1.17.4 


Amos Hawley 






V 


(( 






1.17.4 


Daniel Stearns 






V 


I ( 






1.17.4 


Simon Toll 






V 


( t 






1.17.4 


Robert Buck 






V 


( ( 






1.17.4 


George Young 






4/ 


»< 






1.17.4 


Moses Knap 






4/ 


( 1 






1.17.4 


James Squire 






4/ 


1 ( 






1.17.4 












^34 6.7 



Elijah Galusha, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



439 



29th Oct. 1782. Then personally appeared Capt. Elijah 
Galusha and made oath to the justice of the above charge, accord- 
ing to the best of his knowledge. Before me, 

Thos. Chittenden, Gov^ 

Pay Table Office, Dec. 23'^ 1782. The within pay roll exam- 
ined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same, 
to Capt. Elijah Galusha or bearer, it being ;^34.6.7. 

John Strong, ) ^^^^e 

Timo. Brownson, f 

Rec'd of Ira Allen, Treasurer (Arlington, Dec. 27, 1782) Thirty- 
four pound six shillings and seven pence lawful m^ in full of 
the within. Elijah Galusha. 

[166] [Governor Chittenden s Life Guard^ 

A Pay Roll of his Excellency Governor Chittenden's Life 
Guard, entering service the 17*'' August, 1781 and continuing in 
service until the 17*^ of September, 1781. 



Names 


Miles 


Wages 


Sarg* Jacob Hinds 


1 


2. 8.0 


Corpi Eij Pettibone 


1 


2. 4.0 


Jona. Butterfield 


1 


2. 0.0 


Martin Deming 


1 


2. 0.0 


Sylvester Deming 


1 


2. 0.0 


Martin Chittenden 


1 


2. 0.0 


Joel Leonard 


1 


2. 0.0 


Eben"" Barns 


1 


2. 0.0 


John Davison 


1 


2. 0.0 


Levi Brown 


1 


2. 0.0 


Ichabod Bartlit 


1 


2. 0.0 


Abel Davis 


1 


2. 0.0 


William Atwater 


1 


2. 0.0 


Amasa Pettibone 


1 


2. 0.0 




;^28.12.0 



Elijah Galusha, Capt. 



440 



STATE OF VERMONT 



State of Vermont, Arlington, Sept. 28, 1781. The within roll 
sworn to by Capt. Elijah Galusha. Before me, 

John Fasset, Jr. Asst. 

Pay Table Office, date above, the within roll examined and 
approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Capt. 
Elijah Galusha or bearer, being the sum of twenty-eight pounds 
twelve shillings. Tim° Brownson, ) p 

John Fassett, j" '-o^'^ittee. 

Treasurer's Office, Oct. 5, 1781. Reed, of L Allen, Treasurer, 
the contents of this order. Elijah Galusha. 



[79] 



[^Governor Chittenden's Life Guard'\ 



A Pay Roll of His Excellency Governor Chittenden's Life 
Guard, entering service the 18*"^ Sept. 1781 and continuing in ser- 
vice until the 8*'' of Oct. 1781. 



Names 


Days 


Pay 


Total 


Sergt. Levi Hill 
Joel Leonard 
Amos Pettibone 
John Davison 
Stephen Davison 
W" Anderson 


20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 


0. 3. 2 
2. 8 
2. 8 
2. 8 
2. 8 
2. 8 


3. 4. 
2.13. 4 
2.13. 4 
2.13. 4 
2.13. 4 
2.13. 4 




^16.10. 8 



Elijah Galusha, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Oct. 9, 1781. The within roll examined and 
approved and the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the same to 
Serg' Levi Hill or bearer, being sixteen pounds ten shillings and 
eight pence. John Fassett, 

Timo^ Brownson. 



Committee. 



Date above reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above 
order. 

;^16.10.8 Levi Hill, Sergt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



441 



[85] 



[^Capt. Ebenezer Parkhursfs Company\ 



Pay Roll for a company under the command of Capt. Eben'" 
Parkhurst. 1781. 





Days 


Pay 


Total 


Eben^ Parkhurst, Capt. 


2 


0.6.8 


0.13.4 


Daniel Gilbert, Lt. 






4.3 


8.6 


John Walbridge, En. 






4.3 


8.6 


Josiah Wheeler, Sergt. 






2.3 


4.6 


Wright Spalding, 






2.3 


4.6 


Larkin Hunter, " 






2.3 


4.6 


Aaron Mosher, " 






2.3 


4.6 


Zacheus Downer, Clerk 






2.3 


4.6 


James Marsh, Corpl. 






2.1 


4.3 


Reuben Parkhurst, " 






2.1 


4.3 


Joel Marsh 






2. 


4.0 


Saml. Ladd 






2. 


4. 


Matthew Harington 






2. 


4. 


Jason Downer 






2. 


4. 


Pardon Moscher 






2. 


4. 


Simeon How 






2. 


4. 


Jonathan How 






2. 


4. 


Leml. Parkhurst 






2. 


4. 


John. Lovejoy 






2. 


4. 


Nehemiah Lovejoy 






2. 


4. 


Moses Shepard 






2. 


4. 


Asahel Spalding 






2. 


0. 4.0 








£h. 9.4 



The above Pay Roll is for service done in the alarm the 7th 
day of October, A. D. 1781, by orders from Brig. Genl. Olcott. 

Pay Table Office, Oct. 24, 1781. The within pay roll examined 
and approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Capt. 
Eben'^ Parkhurst or bearer, it being five pounds nine shillings and 
four pence. Timo. Brownson, 1 

Thos. Chandler, \ Com«« 
John Strong, j 

Date above, reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above 
order in behalf of Capt. Eben' Parkhurst. Joel Marsh. 



442 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[150] 



\Capt. Timothy Bush and Men] 



A Pay Roll for service done by order of Brigadier-General 
Olcott in pursuing after and taking up two transient persons, sup- 
posed to be inimical to their country. 



Names 


Days 


Wages 
due 


Miles 


Amt. 
travel 


Total 


Capt. Timothy Bush 
En. Nathl. Seaver 
Peter Thacher 
John Powell 
Isaac Chamberlin 


1 
2 
2 
1 
1 


0.5.4 
0.7.2 
0.2.0 
0.1.4 
0.1.4 


10 
20 
21 
14 
14 


3.4 
6.0 
7.0 
4.0 
4.0 


8. 8 
13.10 
7. 
6. 
6. 




£%. 1. 6 



Pay Table Office, Charlestown, Oct. 20, 1781. 
The within pay roll examined and approved at two pounds one 
shilling and .six pence and the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay 
the same unto Capt. Timo. Bush or bearer. 

Timo. Brownson, ) p^j^ee 
Isaac Tichenor, f 

Treasurer's Office, Oct. 27, 1781. Reed, of I. Allen, Treasurer, 
the contents of the above order. 

p^2.1.6 Abel Curtis. 

[261] [Capt. John Coffeen and Company (part)] 

A Pay Roll of part of Capt. John Coffeen's Company of Militia 
for services done in taking up sundry persons, enemies to this 
state, on their way to Canada in Oct. 7, 1781, who found, them- 
selves rations. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


John Coffeen, Capt. 
Isaac Baldwin, Sergt. 
Abbot Roby 
Abel Baldwin 
Michael Coffeen 
Eben"" Stone 
Eli Gilbert 
Enos Gilbert 


2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 


Total 


0. 4. 8 
6. » 
6. 
6. 
6. 
6. 
6. 
6. 




^2.17. 5 



Attest, John Coffeen, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



443 



Pay Table Office, Bennington, 27tli Feb^ 1783. The within 
Pay Roll being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to 
pay unto Capt. John Coffeen the sum of two pounds seventeen 
shillings and five pence, lawful money. 

Nathl. Brush, ) ^ 

Timo. Brownson, f ^°^ 

Treasurer's Office, March 8, 1787. Reed, the above account in 
full in State note. 

;i^3.17.5 John Coffeen, Capt. 



[346] 



[Scouf under Lieut. Frederick Smit/i] 



A Pay Roll of a Scout of Capt. John Powell's Company of 
Militia, ordered out by Gen. Peter Olcott and commanded by Lt. 
Frederick Smith. 



Names 


Days 


Pr 

day 


Amt. 
pay 


Pr 

mile 


Milage 


Miles 


Total 


Lt. Frederick Smith 
Eliphalet Bean 
Elisha Norton 


4 

4 
4 


1.7 
1.4 
1.4 


14.4 
5.4 
5.4 


4d 

4 
4 


13.4 
13.4 
13.4 


40 
40 
40 


1. 7.4 
0.18.8 
0.18.8 










£■6. 4.8 



John Powell, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Charleston, Oct. 30. 1781. The within ac- 
count being examined and approved, the Treasurer is directed to 
pay the within to the amount of three pounds four shillings and 

eight pence. Isaac Tichenor, ) r^ 

° ^ rry- -D c Committee. 

limo. Brownson, ) 



Reed, of I. Allen in full. 
June 30, 1783. 



John Powell. 



444 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[344, see next roll] \Capt. Charles Nelsons Company\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Charles Nelson's Company in Col. Benj. 
Waits' Battalion from the 1st day of July, 1781, to the commence- 
ment of another certain roll of the said company for the said year 
A. D. 1781. 



Names 


Days 


Pr day 


Total 


Charles Nelson, Capt. 


70 


6.8 


30. 0. 


David Currier, Lt. 


73 


4.3 


15.11. 4^i 


Gershom York, " 


73 


4.3 


15.11. 4^ 


Stephen Fisk, Sergt. 


73 




5.16. 8^ 


William Sloan, 


73 




5.16. 8^ 


Isaac Woolson, " 


73 




5.16. 8^ 


Moses Warren, " 


73 




5.16. 8^ 


Stephen Chapman, Corpl. 


73 




5. 7. 2>^ 


John Seargeants, " 


75 




5.10\ 1>4 


Wm Lathrop, " 


73 




5. 7. 2>^ 


Ezekiel Roaks, 


73 




5. 7. ly. 


Asahel Packard, Dr"" 


73 




5. 7. "lYz 


Theophilus Clark, fifer 


73 




5. 7. 23^ 


Christopher Carey 


73 


1.4 


4.17. 4 


Daniel Hovey 


73 




4.17. 4 


David Read 


73 




4.17. 4 


Uriah Howard 


73 




4.17. 4 


Benj. Howard 


73 




4.17. 4 


Darius Howard 


73 




4.17. 4 


Solomon Howard 


73 




4.17. 4 


Eliada Brown 


73 




4.17. 4 


Elijah Wright 


73 




4.17. 4 


Salmon Do we 


73 




4.17. 4 


Benj. Smith 


73 




4.17. 4 


Leml. Laddington 


73 




4.17. 4 


Daniel Jacobs 


73 




4.17. 4 


Nathl. Ketchura 


73 




4.17. 4 


Oliver Root 


73 




4.17. 4 


Edmund Freeman 


73 




4.17. 4 


Enoch Bowen 


73 




4.17. 4 


Benj. Stone 


73 




4.17. 4 


Jona. Davis 


73 




4.17. 4 


David Colborne 


73 




4.17. 4 


Jathleel Peck 


73 




4.17. 4 


Jeptha Sharp 


73 




4.17. 4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



445 



Names 



Samson Howe 
Stewart Howe 
Joseph Howe 
Nathl. Robinson 
Squire Wilson 
John Wilcox 
Job Williams 
Bryant Brown 
Nathan Brown 
Andrew Spalding 
Abel Spalding 
Ammi Currier 
Jona. Stickney 
Saml. Bates 
Samuel Rich 
Ethan Clark 
Elias Buckman 
Enos Cotter 
Comfort Towner 
Danl. Roaks 
Aaron Whipple 
Solomon Mann 
Comfort Ames 



Days 



Pr day 



73 


1.4 


4.17. 4 


73 




4.17. 4 


73 




4.17. 4 


73 




4.17. 4 


73 




4.17. 4 


73 




4.17. 4 


73 




4.17. 4 


73 




4.17. 4 


73 




4.17. 4 


73 




4.17. 4 


73 




■ 4.17. 4 


73 




4.17. 4 


75 




4.17. 4 


73 




4.17. 4 


73 




4.17. 4 


73 




4.17. 4 


73 




4.17. 4 


73 




4.17. 4 


73 




4.17. 4 


73 




4.17. 4 


73 




4.17. 4 


15 




1. 0. 


15 




1. 0. 



Total 



;^328. 7.10J4 



Windsor, June 18, 1782. Attest, Charles Nelson. 

Windsor, ss. June 19, 1782. Capt. Charles Nelson appears 
before me and makes solemn oath that the within pay roll is made 
■without fraud to the public or injustice to any individual. 

John Barrett, Justice of Peace. 

Pay Table Office, Sunderland, Aug. 18, 1783. The within 
pay roil being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to 
pay the contents of the same to Thos. Tolman Esq. Paymaster, 
being the sum of three hundred and twenty-eight pounds seven 
shillings and ten pence half penny, lawful money, taking his receipt 
to be accountable. Timo. Brownson, ) Committee. 

Saml. Bartlit, J 

Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above warrant. 
Oct. 2, 1784. Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



446 



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[41] \Capt. Thomas Barney's Company^ 

A Fay Roll of Capt." Thomas Barney's Company in Col. Ira 
Allen's Regiment of Militia for service done the State in the 
alarm on the 21st day of October, 1781. 



Namks and Eank 



Capt. Tlios. Barney 
Lt. Jno. White 
Ensign Danl. Purdy 
Christopher Roberts, Clk. 
Sergt. Trum" Powell 
Jer. Wait 

" John Roberts 
D™ Ros. Francis 
Fifr. Truman Mead 
Corpl. Jona. Ormsby 

" Elijah Burton 

" Philip Mead 

" Thos. Wait 
Asahel Sawyer 
Josiah Sheldon 
Minor Hilyard 
Danl. Ormsby 
Martin Barber 
W™ Bennett 
Eufus Munson 
David Purdy 
Aaron Ma-son 
Joel Rose 
Danl. Champion 
Oliver Hanchet 
Geo. Olds 
Saml. Hull 
Danl. Baker 
Warner Bostwick 
Jacob Wheeler 
Danl. Arnold 
Benj. Purdy 
Benj. Roberts 
Jas. Hennen 
Waterman Ells 
Jared Boorne 
Nathl. Boorne 
Edmund Wood 
Orra Rose 
Elijah Smith 
James Stephens 
Eben^ Clark 
Nathl. Bostwick 
Nich' Wood 
Reuben Purdy 



When 


Wages 
per day 


Days 


No. 


Trav- 




entered 


in ser- 


miles 


el per 


Total 


service 


vice 


out 


mile 




Oct. 21 


5.4 


11 


40 


4d 


3.12. 


do 


3.4 


11 


40 


(i 


2.12. 9 


do 


3.4 


11 


40 


(1 


2.12. 9 


do 


1.8 


11 


40 


<( 


1.11. 8 


do 


1.8 


11 


40 


(1 


1.11. 8 


do 


1.8 


14 


40 


i( 


1.17. 8 


do 


1.6 


11 


40 


(( 


1.11. 8 


do 


1.6 


11 


40 


<( 


1. 9.10 


do 


1.6 


11 


40 


<i 


1. 9.10 


do 


1.6 


11 


40 


(1 


1. 9.10 


do 


1.6 


6 


40 


(( 


1. 2. 4 


do 


1.6 


11 


40 


<i 


1. 9.10 


do 


1.4 


11 


40 


(i 


1. 9.10 


do 


1.4 


11 


40 


(( 


1. 8. 


do 


1.4 


10 


40 


«< 


1. 6. 8 


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1.4 


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40 


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1. 8. 


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1.4 


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40 


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40 


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40 


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10 


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[29J 



Thos. Barney, Capt. 



450 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Arlington, Nov. 28, 1781. Personally appears Capt. Thos. 

Barney and makes solemn oath that the within pay roll is just and 

true. Isaac Tichenor, justice Peace. 

Pay Table Office, ) The within pay roll, being ex- 

Arlington, Nov. 28, 1781 i" amined and approved, and the 

Treasurer is directed to pay the same to the amount of seventy 

pounds thirteen shillings seven pence. 

^70.13.7 Isaac Tichenor, ) ^^^,, 

Timo. Brownson, f 

Treasurer's Office, Dec. 6, 1781. Reed of the Treasurer the 
contents of the above order. Thos. Barney, Capt" 

[248] yCapt. Eli Brozvnson's Company] 

Pay Roll of part of Capt. Eli Brownson's Company, Col. Ira 
Allen's Regiment of Militia that marched to Castleton, Oct. 20, 
1781. 







Pr 


Amt. 




Amt. 




.Names 


Days 


day 


wages 


Miles 


travel 


Total 


Eli Brownson. Capt. 


18 


0.6.8 


4. 6.8 


50 


0.16.8 


5. 3.4 


Samuel Hoit, Lt. 


14 


4.3 


2.19.6 


45 


15.0 


3.14.6 


Saml. Bradley, En. 


11 


4.3 


2. 0.9 


45 


15.0 


3. 1.9 


Robert Averill, Sergt. 


11 


1.7 


0.17.5 


45 


15.0 


1.12.5 


Judah Evarts, " 


11 


1.7 


0.17.5 


45 


15.0 


1.12.5 


Jesse Chipman, " 


14 


1.7 


0.19.7 


45 


15.0 


1.17.2 


Eber Bradley, Fifer 


11 


1.5^ 


0.16.0^ 


45 


15.0 


1.11.0^ 


Benj. Scranton, Corp' 


14 


1.5^ 


0. 0.3^ 


45 


15.0 


1.15.5^ 


Joel Brownson, '* 


13 


1.5| 


0.18.7 


50 


16.8 


1.15.1 


Elista Bartlet, " 


8 


1.5i 


0.11.8 


50 


16.8 


1. 8.4 


Joseph Averill, " 


11 


1.5^ 


0.16.0^ 


45 


15.0 


1.10.0^ 


Saml. Barrett 


11 


1.4 


0.14.7 


45 


15.0 


1. 9.8 


John Taylor 


11 


1.4 


0.14.7 


45 


15.0 


1. 9.8 


Eish Bartlet 


16 


1.4 


1. 1.4 


50 


16.8 


1.18.0 


Eli Judson 


23 


1.4 


1.10.8 


45 


15.0 


2. 5.8 


Benj. Lewis 


16 


1.4 


1. 1.4 


50 


16.8 


1.18.0 


Stilman Bradley 


23 


1.4 


1.10.8 


45 


15.0 


2. 5.8 


James Evarts 


11 


1.4 


0.14.7 


45 


15.0 


1. 9.8 


Daniel Barber 


14 


1,4 


0.18.8 


45 


15.0 


1.13.8 


Edw. Harrison 


13 


1.4 


0.17.4 


50 


16.8 


1.14.0 


Reuben Lee 


20 


1.4 


1. 6.8 


45 


15.0 


2. 1.8 


Benj. Bradley 


20 


1.4 


1. 6.8 


45 


15.0 


2. 1.8 


Zenas Bradley 


14 


1.4 


0.18.8 


45 


15.0 


1.13.8 


Daniel Meigs 


23 


1.4 


1.10.8 


45 


15.0 


2. 5.8 


David Weldon 


14 


1.4 


0.18.8 


45 


15.0 


1.13.8 


Ammi Chipman 


20 


1.4 


1. 6.8 


45 


15.0 


2. 1.8 


Seymour Bradley 


14 


1.4 


0.18.8 


45 


15.0 


1.13.8 


Jesse Welden 


2 


1.4 


0. 2.8 


5 


1.8 


0. 4.4 


Amos Chipman 


2 


1.4 


0. 2.8 


5 


1.8 


0. 4.4 


Benj. Searl 


2 


1.4 


0. 2.8 


5 


1.8 


0. 4.4 




i: 55. 11. 8 



Eli Brownson 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



451 



Pay Table Office, Jan. 7, 1782. The within Pay Roll examined 
and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay to Capt. Eli 
Brownson or bearer, being the sum of fifty-five pounds eleven 
shillings and eight pence. Isaac Tichenor, 

Timo. Brownson 



.\ 



Committee. 
1782. Reed, the 



Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, Jan. 28, 
contents of the above order of the Treasurer. 

^55 11.8 Eli Brownson, Capt 



[255] 



[Capt Thomas BulVs Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Thomas Bull's Company in Col. Ira 
Allen's Regiment of Militia, for service done the State of Vermont 
on alarm to the Northward, October 21st, 1781. 



Natvtes 


Days 


Pr day 


Miles 


Amt. of 
wages 


Total 


Capt, Thomas Bull 


15 


0.6.8 


40 


5. 0. 


5.13.4 


Lt. Jeremiah Whelpley 


5 


4.3 


00 




1. 1.3 


En. Stephen Washburn 


11 


4.3 


40 




3. 0.1 


Sergt. John Smith 


11 


1.71 


40 


17. 10^ 


1.11.2^ 


" Thaddeus Harris 


11 


1.7i 


40 


17.10^ 


1.11.2^ 


Ashley Goodrich 


8 


1.4 


40 


10. 8 


1. 4.0 


Abel Phelps 


9 


1.4 


40 


12. 


1. 5.4 


George Smith 


11 


1.4 


40 


14. 8 


1. 8.0 


Barnabas Hatch 


11 


1.4 


40 


14. 8 


1. 8.0 


Thaddeus Munson 


11 


1.4 


40 


14. 8 


1. 8.0 


Beuben Baker 


11 


1.4 


40 


14. 8 


1. 8.0 


Robert Anderson 


11 


1.4 


40 


14. 8 


1. 8.0 


Bernard 


11 


1.4 


40 


14. 8 


1.13.4 


Vasal Dickinson 


15 


1.4 


40 


14. 8 


1. 8.0 


Richard Hennesey 


11 


.1.4 


40 


14. 8 


1. 5.4 


Andrew Richardson 


9 


1.4 


40 


12. 


1. 5.4 


Daniel Jones 


9 


1.4 


40 


12. 


1. 5.4 


Thomas Hill 


13 


1.4 


40 


17. 4 


1.10.8 


Daniel Shaw 


9 


1.4 


40 


12. 


1. 5.4 


John Sutherland 


6 


1.4 


40 


8. 


1. 1.4 


Isaac Barker 


15 


1.4 


40 


1. 0. 


1.13.4 


Amos Richardson 


5 


1.4 


40 


0. 6. 8 


1. 0.0 


Solomon Collins 


5 


1.4 


40 


6. 8 


1. 0.0 


Nathan Smith [SamithJ 


15 


1.4 


40 


1. 0. 


1.13.4 


Saml. Pettibone 


9 


1.4 


40 


0.12. 


1. 5.4 


Robert Loggan 


9 


1.4 


40 


0.12. 


4. 5.4 


Isaac Whelpley 


4 


1.4 


40 


0. 5. 4 


0.18.8 




;^42. 1.8 



Arlington, Jan. 9, 1782. 



Thos. Bull, Capt. 

Attest. Before me, 
Isaac Tichenor, Justice of Peace. 



452 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Pay Table Office, Arlington, Jan. 9, 1782. The Treasurer is 
hereby directed to pay to Capt. Bull, or order, the sum of forty- 
two pounds one and eight pence, agreeably to the within account. 

Isaac Tichenor, I ^ 
Timo. Brownson, j" Committee. 

Reed. 11th April, 1782, of the Treasurer, twenty pounds 
lawful money on the above order. Thomas Bull. 

Jan. 23, 1783. Reed, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, the contents of 
this order. 

;^42.1.8 Thomas Bull. 



[173] 



\Capt. Enoch Eastman's Co?npany\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Enoch Eastman's Company in Col. Ira 
Allen's Regiment of Militia for service done in the Alarm in the 
month of October, 1781. 



Names 








n3 


Total 




g 


^a 


fi 


CM 




Enoch Eastman,' Capt. 


30 


4 


10 


0.6.3 


3.16. 8 


Joseph Levit, En. 


30 


4 


11 


4.3 


2.16. 9 


Seth Harmon, Sergt. 


30 


4 


7 


1.7 


1. 1. 1 


Jacob Kinney, *'■ 


30 


4 


6 


1.7 


0.19. 6 


David Hopkins^ " 


30 


4 


7 


1.7 


1. 1. 1 


David Sheldon, " 


30 


4 


10 


1.7 


1. 5.10 


John Nelson," Corp^ 


30 


4 


6 


1.7 


0.18. 6 


Pelatiah Dewey, Do. 


30 


4 


10 


1.5 


1. 4. 2 


Reuben Stoddard, Do. 


30 


4 


6 


1.5 


0.18. 6 


W'" Cookings 


30 


4 


10 


1.4 


1. 3. 4 


Araos Harmon 


30 


4 


10 


1.4 


1. 3. 4 


John Nelson, Jr. 


30 


4 


9 


1.4 


1. 2. 


Aaron Kising 


30 


4 


9 


1.4 


1. 2. 


Zadock Norton 


30 


4 


14 


1.4 


1. 8. 8 


W™ Norton 


30 


4 


5 


1.4 


0.16. 8 


Hezekiah Scott 


30 


4 


10 


1.4 


1. 3. 4 


John Burlingame 


30 


4 


9 


1.4 


1. 2. 


Luther Smith 


30 


4 


15 


1.4 


1.10. 


Calvin Smith 


30 


4 


9 


1.4 


1. 2. 


Peletiah King 


30 


4 ■ 


5 


1.4 


0.16. 8 


Joseph Tower 


30 


4 


11 


1.4 


1. 4. 8 


Phineas Smith 


30 


4 


14 


1.4 


1. 8. 8 


Nehemiah Harmon 


30 


4 


4 


1.4 


0.15. 4 


Neh*" Harmon, Jr. 


30 


4 


4 


1.4 


0.15. 4 


John Sheldon 


30 


4 


8 


1.4 


1. 0. 8 


WilUam Hurlburt 


30 


4 


5 


1.4 


0.16. 8 


Stephen Smith 


30 


4 


6 


1.4 


0.18. 


Isaac Sheldon 


30 


4 


3 


1.4 


0.14. 




£^^, 5. 5. 



Enoch Eastman, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



453 



Pay Table Office, Arlington, January 10, 1783. The within 
pay roll examined and approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay 
the same to Capt. Enoch Eastman, it being thirty-four pounds 
five shillings and five pence, Timo. Brownson, ) ^ ., 

Nathi Bush, j-^^ommiuee. 

Arlington, Jan'y 10. The within pay roll sworn to before me. 

Timo. Brownson, Asst. 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, Jan. 11, 1782. ReC^ of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order, being thirty-four 
pounds, seven shillings and two pence. ;^34.5.5 



[115] 



\Capt. Zadock Everest's Company] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Zadock Everest's Company in Col. 
Allen's Regiment for service done in the Alarm, Oct. 1781. 



Ira 







M 




u 


ai ►» 


_ 




Names 


02 

.— ( 




an 






Pay 

each 

ration 


Total 




F~< 


A^ 




Ph 


Ph a 


8' 




Zadock Everest, Capt, 


27 


4d 


10 


5/4 


2 


3.15. 8 


Joel Hennam[Harn[ion],Lt. 


27 




10 


3/7 


1 




2.11. 6 


Isaac Mecom, En, 


27 




10 


3/7 


1 




2.11. 6 


Nathl. Hermon, Sergt, 


27 




10 


1/7 






1. 4.10 


Ezekiel Herman, " 


27 




10 


1/7 






1. 4.10 


Peter Hall, 


27 




16 


1/7 






1.14. 4 


Philip Reed, Corpl. 


27 




6 


1/5 






0.17. 6 


John Abbot, 


27 




9 


1/5 






1. 1. 9 


Abrah"" Meacham, " 


27 




8 


1/5 






1. 0. 4 


Andrew Winchester 


27 




11 


1/4 






1. 3. 8 


Ozias Clark 


27 




15 








1. 9. 


Peter Parson 


27 




10 








1. 2. 4 


Joseph Kellogg 


27 




10 








1. 2. 4 


John Thomson 


27 


^ i 


9 








1. 1. 


Abraham Foot [Tart] 


27 




15 








1. 9. 


David Andrus 


27 




10 








1. 2. 4 


Peter Davidson 


27 




9 








1. 1. 


Elisha Clark 


• 27 




15 








1. 9. 


Eben'' Kingsley 


27 




5 








0.15. 8 


Gershom Hale 


27 




7 








0.18. 4 


Benajah Hill 


27 




12 








1. 5. 


Roswell Bennett 


27 




11 








1. 3. 8 


RufuB Baker 


27 




10 








1. 2. 4 


Benj. Everest 


27 




10 








1. 2. 4 


Eben. Cobb 


27 




10 








1. 2. 4 


Stephen Starkweather 


27 




10 








1. 2. 4 


James Hopkins 


27 




9 








1. 1. 


Hezekiah Tracy 


27 




6 








0.17. 


John Beldridge 


27 




7 








0.18. 4 


Joseph Fitch 


27 




10 








1. 8. 4 


SamL Butts 


27 




10 








1. 8. 4 



454 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 



Elisha Hall 
John Davidson 
Henry Hunt [Huet] 
Jedediah Reed 
John Loveman 
James Winchester 
Lemuel Clark 



OQ 
<D 

f-H 
• 1-1 


Is 

• r-i 


to 

ft 


Pay per 
day 


Bations 
per day 




27 


4d 


4 








27 




4 








27 




4 








27 




4 








27 




4 








27 




4 








27 




4 









Total 



0.14. 
0.14. 
0.14. 
0.14. 
0.14. 
0.14. 
0.14. 



45.14. 3 



Attest, Zadock Everest, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, 20*^ Feb. 1782. 

The within pay roll being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby 

directed to pay unto Capt. Zadock Everest or order, the sum of 

forty-five pounds fourteen shillings and 3 pence. 

Nathl. Brush, ) ^ 

T rry- u r Committee. 

Isaac Tichenor, j 

Bennington, Feb. 23<^, 1782. Received of Ira Allen, Esq., 
Treasurer, the contents of the above order, being forty-five 
pounds fourteen shillings and three pence, lawful money, for and 
in behalf of Capt. Zadock Everest. Stephen Pearl. 



[213] 



\^Capf. John Gray's Covipa7iy\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. John Gray's Company and Col. Ira Allen's 
Regiment of Militia for service done in defense of the frontiers of 
the State of Vermont, by order of Gen. Safford, from Oct. 18th 
1781, to Nov. 8, 1781, both days included. 







Pr 






Pr 


Sum of 




Names 


Miles 


mile 


Travel 


Days 


Day 


pay 


Total 


Capt. John Gray 


30 


4d 


0.10.0 


18 


6.8 


4. 8. 8 


4.16. 8 


Lt. Isaac Underbill 


30 


4 


10. 


13 


4.3 


2.16. 4 


3. 6. 4 


En. Nathan Manley 


30 


4 


10. 


13 


4.3 


2.16. 4 


3. 6. 4 


Sergt. Wm. Dunton 


30 


4 


10. 


11 


1.7 


17. 5 


1. 7. 5 


" George Manley 


30 


4 


10. 


10 


1.7 


16.10 


1. 6.10 


" Joseph Curtis 


30 


4 


10. 


11 


1.7 


17. 5 


1. 7. 5 


Corpl. Alexander Kent 


30 


4 


10. 


17 


1.5^ 


1. 4. 9* 


1.14. 9* 


Drum"' Lorin Larkin 


30 


4 


10. 


11 


1.5^ 


16. * 


1. 6. 0* 


Charles Collins 


30 


4 


10. 


11 


1.4* 


15. \ 


1. 5. 1* 


Cephas Kent 


30 


4 


10. 


11 


1.4* 


15. ^ 


1. 5. 1* 


Eben"' Woodward 


30 


4 


10. 


11 


1.4* 


15. * 


1. 5. 1* 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



455 



Names 



Eleazer Baldwin 
Isaiah Gray 
John Manley 
John Kent 
Henry Allen 
Isaac Reynolds 
Moses Kent 
Noah Holcomb 
Philip Matteson 
Sylvanus Sikes 
Thos. McCoan 
Samuel Strong 
Titus Sikes 
Thos. Dunton 
Wm. Manley 
Benj. Matteson 
Asa Baldwin 
Ashbel Barnham 





Pr 






Pr 


Miles 


mile 


Travel 


Days 


day 


30 


4 


10. 


13 


1.4* 


30 


4 


10. 


8 


1.4^ 


30 


4 


10. 


17 


1.4^ 


30 


4 


10. 


11 


1.4* 


30 


4 


10. 


11 


1.4* 


30 


4 


10. 


13 


1.4* 


• 30 


4 


10. 


11 


1.4*- 


30 


4 


10. 


11 


1.4^ 


30 


4 


10. 


11 


1.4* 


30 


4 


10. 


11 


1.4^ 


30 


4 


10. 


13 


1.4* 


30 


4 


10. 


12 


1.4* 


30 


4 


10. 


11 


1.4* 


30 


4 


10. 


19 


1.4| 


30 


4 


10. 


17 


1.4* 


30 


4 


10. 


6 


1.4* 


30 


4 


10. 


8 


1.4* 


30 


4 


10. 


8 


lAk 



Sum of 

pay 



17.10^ 
11. 



Total 



1. 5. H 
1. 1. 



1. 3. 0* 


1.13. 4* 


15. U 


1. 5. 1* 


15. Ij 


1. 5. 1* 


1. 0. 7^ 


l.,10. 7* 


15. * 


1. 5. 1* 


15. * 


1. 5. 1^ 


15. * 


1. 5. 1^ 


15. i 


1. 5. 1^ 


17.101 


1. 7.10* 


16. 6 


1. 6. 6 


15. li 


1. 5. 1* 


1. 5. 1* 


1. 6. 1* 


1. 3. 0* 


1.13. 4^ 


8. 3 


0.18. 3 


11. 


1. 1. 


11. 


1. 1. 




^46. 0. 1 



John Gray, Capt. 

Dorset, Nov. 27, 1781. Appeared Capt. John Gray and made 
solemn oath to the truth of the above pay roll, before 

John Strong, Justice of Peace. 

Pay Table OfHce, Bennington, Dec. 26, 1781. The within 
pay roll being approved of, the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same, to the amount of forty-six pounds and one penny to Capt. 
Gray or order. Isaac Tichenor, \ Committee. 

Amos Fassett, \ 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland,. Dec. 29, 1781. Reed, of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order, reed, for and in behalf 
of Capt. John Gray. 

^46.0.1 William Underbill. 



456 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[510] 



\Capt. Jacob Hinds' Company] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Jacob Hinds' Alarm List Company in Col. 
Ira Allen's Regt of Militia for service done at Castleton in Octo, 
1781. 



Names and Bank 



Capt. Jacob Hinds 
Lieut. Thoa. Lathrop 
Ens" Sher" Boardman 
Sergt. Caleb Dayton 
do Israel Canfield 
Do David Norton 
Danl. Barret 
Isaac Andrews 
Isaac Wallis 
Abel Ellsworth 
Samuel Agord 
George Eddy 



No. days 
service 


Pay per 
day, sub- 
sistence 


15 
27 
15 


6/8 
4/3 
do 


13 
21 


1/7 
do 


16 


do 


13 • 
13 


V4 
do 


21 


do 


13 


do 


16 


do 


13 


do 



No. miles 
travel 



45 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Travel fee 
per mile 



/4 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Amount 



£ S. D. 

5. 15. 

6. 9. 9 

.5. 18. 9 



1. 
2. 
2. 



15. 
8. 
0. 



1. 12. 



1. 
2. 
1. 
1. 



12. 

3. 

12. 

16, 



1. 12. 



7 
3 
4 
4 
4 

4 
4 
4 



32. 15. 4 



Arlington, Jany. 7, 1782. Personally appeared before me Capt. 
Jacob Hinds and made solemn oath that the above Roll is just and 
true without fraud to the public or any individual. 

Isaac Tichenor, Just. Peace. 

Pay Table Office, ) The above roll being approved of, 

Arlington. Jany 7, 1782 I the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same to Capt. Hinds or to his order to the amt. of thirty-two 
pounds fifteen shillings and 4 pence. 

^32.15.4 Isaac Tichenor, ) 

Timo. Brownson, \ 

Jany. 7, 1782. Reed the full contents of the within pay roll 



from Ira Allen Esq Treasurer. 



Pr me, Jacob Hinds. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



457 



159] 



\Capt. Hie hard Hurd's Company^ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Richard Kurd's Company in Col. Ira 
Allen's Regiment of militia in an alarm to the Northward, Oct. 
20, 1781. 





Days in 


Pay and 


Miles 


Amt. travel 

at4'i 

per mile 


Total 


Names and Bank 


service 


subsistence 


travel 


Capt. Richard Hurd 


9 


3. 0. 





58 


0.19. 4 


3.19. 4 


Lt. Abner Hurd 


17 


4. 2. 


4 


52 


17. 4 


4.19. 8 


Sergt. Elijali Warner 


12 


1. 1. 





52 


17. 4 


1.18.10 


" Simeon Sanford 


9 


0.14. 


3 


58 


17. 4 


1.13. 7 


Ned Hurd 


7 


0.11. 


3 


52 


17. 4 


1. 8. 7 


Corpl. Eleazer Hurd 


10 


0.14. 


8 


52 


17. 4 


1.12. 


*' Hall Curtis 


10 


0.14. 


8 


52 


17. 4 


1.12. 


" Elijah Hurd 


12 


0.17. 


7 


52 


17. 4 


1.14.11 


Jededi- guj.^ 


17 


1. 2. 


8 


52 


17. 4 


2. 0. 


Pheris Cogswill 


17 


1. 2. 





52 


17. 4 


2. 0. 


Daniel Hurd, 2d. 


11 


0.14. 


8 


52 


17. 4 


1.12. 


Amos Tattle 


12 


0.16. 





52 


17. 4 


1.13. 4 


Peter Bristoll 


12 


0.16. 





52 


17. 4 


1.13. 4 


Jas. Bristoll 


11 


0.14. 


8 


52 


17. 4 


1.12. 


Enoch Basbet 


12 


0.16. 





52 


17. 4 


1.13. 4 


John Hurd 


10 


0.13. 


4 


52 


17. 4 


1.10. 8 


Saml. Bristoll 


10 


0.13. 


4 


52 


17. 4 


1.10. 8 


Tobe Bristoll 


2 


0. 2. 


8 


52 


2. 


0. 4. 8 


Eliphaz Warner 


2 


0. 2. 


8 


52 


2. 


0. 4. 8 




£Z^.\Z.l 



Richard Hurd, Captain. 

Bennington, Dec. 3, 1781. Personally appears Capt. Rich*^ 
Hurd and made solemn oath that the above pay roll is just and 
true. Isaac Tichenor, Justice Peace. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, Dec. 20, 1781. The above pay 
roll being approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 
the amount of thirty-four pounds thirteen shillings and seven 
pence. Isaac Tichenor, ) p^^ee 

Amos Fassett, \ 



Treasurer's Office, Jan. 2. 1782. Rec'd of the Treasurer 
contents of the within order being ;^34.13.7, lawful money. 

Richard Hurd, Capt. 



the 



458 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[2221 



\Capt. John Mott^s Company\ 



•A Pay Roll of Capt. John Mott's Company of the Alarm List 
of Danby in Col. Ira Allen's Regiment, for service done at Castle- 
ton in October, 1781. 



Names 



Capt. John Mott 
Lt. Thos. Rowley 
Sergt. Jere'^ Merethen 
" Henry Herrick 
Ifrice [Israel] Harenden 
Thos. Tuller[Tuttel] 



Days 


P^ day 


Miles 


P. mile 


9 


6.8 


30 


4 


12 


4.3 


30 


i 


10 


4.3 


30 


4 


13 


1.7 


30 


4 


10 


1.4 


30 


4 


12 


1.4 


30 


4 



Total 



3. 10. 

3. 1. 

2. 12. 6 

1. 10. 7 

1. 3. 4 

1. 6. 

;^13. 3. 5 



John Mott, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, Feb. 7, 1782. The above ac- 
count being approved, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the 
sum of ^,^13.3.5 to Capt. John Mott or to his order. 

Isaac Tichenor ) ^^^^^ 



Bennington, Feb. 7, 1782. 
tents of the within order. 
^13.3.5 



Timo. Brownson 
Reed, of the Treasurer the con- 
John Mott, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



459 



[159] 



[ Capt. Jacob OdeVs Company] 



A Pay Roll for Capt. Jacob Odel's Company in Col. Ira Allen's 
Regiment of Militia for service done the State of Vermont on 
Alarm to the Northward, which commenced October, A. D. 1781. 



Names 


Days 


Pr day 


Amt. 
wages 


Miles 


Amt. 
travel 


Total 


Capt. Jacob Odels 


19 


6.8 


6. 6. 


8 


40 


13.4 


7. 0. 


Lt. Stephen Smith 


11 


4.3 


2. 6. 


9 


40 


13.4 


3. 0. 1 


En. Jas. Vaughn 


11 


4.3 


2. 6. 


9 


40 


13.4 


3. 0. 1 


Sergt. Prentice Stores 


15 


1.7 


1. 3. 


9 


40 


13.4 


1.17. 1 


'' Eliakim Deming 


3 


1.7 


0. 4. 


9 


40 


13.4 


0.18. 1 


" Dan Allen 


9 


1.7 


0.14. 


3 


40 


13.4 


1. 7. 7 


" John Richardson 


5 


1.7 


0. 7. 


11 


40 


13.4 


0. 7.11 


Corpl. Nathan Richardson 


15 


1.5 


1. 1. 


3 


40 


13.4 


1.14. 7 


Samuel Collins 


15 


1.4 


1. 0. 





40 


13.4 


1.13. 4 


Thomas Bull, Jr. 


15 


1.4 


1. 0. 





40 


13.4 


1.13. 4 


John Vaughn 


15 


1.4 


1. 0. 





40 


13.4 


1.13. 4 


Andrew Anderson 


15 


1.4 


1. 0. 





40 


13.4 


1.13. 4 


William King 


5 


1.4 


0. 6. 


8 


40 


13.4 


1. 0. 9 


James Jameson 


11 


1.4 


0.14. 


8 


40 


13.4 


1. 8. 


John Odel 


11 


1.4 


0.14. 


8 


40 


13.4 


1. 8. 


Christopher Collins 


10 


1.4 


0.13. 


4 


40 


13.4 


1. 6. 8 


Asa Farrand 


15 


1.4 


1. 0. 





40 


13.4 


1.13. 4 


Moses Sperry 


10 


1.4 


0.13. 


4 


40 


13.4 


1. 6. 8 


Joseph Farrand 


10 


1.4 


0.13. 


4 


40 


13.4 


1. 6. 8 


Timothy Soper 


12 


1.4 


0.16. 





40 


13.4 


1. 9. 4 


Jonathan Allen 


9 


1.4 


0.12. 





40 


13.4 


1. 5. 4 


Elias Curtis 


9 


1.4 


0.12. 





40 


13.4 


1. 5. 4 


Reuben Smith 


6 


1.4 


0. 8. 





40 


13.4 


1. 1. 4 


Wm. Bedel 


3 


1.4 


0. 4. 





40 


13.4 


0.17. 4 


Moses Emery 


7 


1.4 


0. 9. 


4 


40 


13.4 


1. 2. 8 




;^42. 9. 5 



Jacob Odel, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, 12th April, 1783. The within 
pay roll being examined and approved, the Treasurer is hereby 
directed to pay unto Capt. Jacob Ode], or order, the sum of forty- 
three pounds 9/5. 

Nathl. Brush, ^ ^^^,, 

Timo. Brownson, j 

Treasurer's Office, Jan. 7, 1783. Reed, of I. Allen, Treasurer, 
the contents of the above order. 

;^42.9.5 Jacob Odel, Capt. 



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461 



[127] 



\^Capt. Nathaniel Smith's Company\ 



Pay Roll of Capt. Nathl. Smith's Company in Col. Ira Allen's 
Regiment of Militia for service in Oct. 1781. Rupert, Nov. 24, 

1781. 



Names 



Nathl. Smith, Capt. 
Enos Harmon, Lt. 
W^ Smith. Sergt. 

Josiah Curtis, " 

Cyprian Eastman, " 
Jona. Eastman 
David Towsley, Corpl. 
Oliver Eastman 
Ashbel Sikes 
Jona. Church 
Saml. Streeter 
John McNeel 
Pliny Smith 
Seth Porter 
Robert Stanton 
Benj. Davis 
Calvin Eastman 
Lebbeus Stannard 
Eliphalet Smith 
Daniel Risdon 




10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
15 
10 
10 
19 
19 
10 
10 
19 
10 
7 
10 
2 
2 



Travel 



30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 



Total 



3. 6. 


8 


2. 2. 


4 


0.16. 





0.16. 





0.16. 


4 


0.13. 


4 


0.14. 


8 


1. 0. 





0.13. 


4 


0.13. 


4 


1. 5. 


4 


1. 5. 


4 


0.13. 


4 


0.13. 


4 


0. 5. 


4 


0.13. 


4 


0. 9. 


4 


0.13. 


4 


0. 2. 


8 


0. 2. 


8 



Wages for personal service ;^18. 16— Travel ;^10— Total ;^28. 16.0 

Pay Table Office, Sunderland, Nov. 23, 1781. The within pay 
roll examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay 
the same to Capt. Nathl. Smith or bearer, being twenty-eight 
pounds sixteen shillings lawful money. 

Timothy Brownson. | Committee. 

Isaac Tichenor, ) 

Treasurer's Office. Sunderland, Nov. 23, 1781. Received of 
the Treasurer the contents of the above order, being twenty-eight 
pounds sixteen shillings lawful money. 

Nathl. Smith, Capt. 



462 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[49] 



l^Capt. Ebenezer Wilsoiis Company 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Ebenezer Wilson's Company in Col. Ira 
Allen's Regiment of Militia for service done at Castleton, Oct. 
1781. 





No. days 


Paypr day 


No. 


Travel 




Names and Rank 


service 


sub* 


miles 


per mile 


Amount 


Capt. Eben-^ Wilson 


17 


6.8 


30 


.4 


6. 3. 4 


Lt. Jona. Sprague 


5 


4.3 


30 


.4 


1.11. 3 


Ensign John Vial 


9 


do 


30 


.4 


2. 8. 3 


Sergt. Michael Wilson 


17 


1.7 


30 


.4 


1.16.11 


" Eichard Latting 


9 


1.7 


30 


.4 


1. 5. 9 


Corpl. Richard Calkins 


9 


1.5^ 


30 


.4 


1. 3. \\ 


" Nathan Rowley 


7 


1.5^ 


30 


.4 


1. 0. 2^ 


'• Bethuel Brum'ley 


9 


1.5^ 


30 


.4 


1. 3. \\ 


Jas. Webster 


15 


1.5^ 


30 


.4 


1.11.10^ 


Drum"^ Zebina Day 


15 


1.5^ 


30 


.4 


I.U.IO^ 


Robt. Allen 


9 


1.4 


30 


.4 


1. 2. 


W" Brumley 


7 


1.4 


30 


.4 


0.19. 4 


Duran Huntley 


15 


1.4 


30 


.4 


1.10. 


Nathan Sprague 


9 


1.4 


30 


.4 


1. 2. 


Gershom Congur 


9 


1.4 


SO 


.4 


1. 2. 


JStephen Savy 


10 


1.4 


30 


.4 


1. 3. 4 


Noah Wilson 


17 


1.4 


30 


.4 


1.12. 8 


Hopkins Rowley 


15 


1.4 


30 


.4 


1.10. 


Amos Colvin 


8 


. 1.4 


30 


.4 


1. 0. 8 


Stephen Colvin 


15 


1.4 


30 


.4 


1.10. 


Ezekiel Smith 


15 


1.4 


30 


.4 


1.10. 


Ashur Conger 


10 


1.4 


30 


.4 


1. 3. 4 


John Sealey 


7 


1.4 


30 


.4 


0.19, 4 


Henry Spalding 


14 


1.4 


30 


.4 


1. 8. 8 


Ephraim Bennett 


14 


1.4 


30 


.4 


1. 8. 8 


Edward Soper 


9 


1.4 


30 


.4 


1. 2. 


Thos. Allen 


9 


1.4 


30 


.4 


1. 2. 


Danl. Venderlendo 


9 


1.4 


SO 


.4 


1. 2. 




LAI. 3. 8i 



Ebenr. Wilson, Capt. 

Arlington, Jan. 7, 1782. Personally appears before me Capt. 
Wilson and makes solemn oath that the within pay roll is just and 
true. 

Before me, Isaac Tichenor, Justice of the Peace. 

Pay Table Office, Arlington, Jan. 7, 1782. The Treasurer is 
hereby directed to pay the sum of forty-two pounds three shillings 
and eight pence ^ to Capt. Ebenezer Wilson, or to his order, 
agreeable to the within pay roll. 

Isaac Tichenor, 

^42.3.83^ Timo Brownson, 

Treasurer's Office, Jan. 8, 1782. Reed, of I. Allen, Treasurer, 
the contents of this order. Eben"" Wilson. 



:,1 



Committee. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



463 



[93] 



l^Capt Abraham Under hiW s Company'\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Abraham Underbill's Company of Alarm 
List in Col. Ira Allen's Regiment for service done in defence of 
the frontiers of the State of Vermont, by order of General Safford, 
from Oct. 18. 1781, to Nov. 8, 1781, both days included— the above 
company commanded by Lt. Isaac Farwell. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 
Travel 


Total 


Lt. Isaac Farwell ^ 


13 


30 


3. 5. 3 


Ensign Reuben Bloomer 


12 


30 


3. 1. 8 


Sergt. Abijah Dunning 


8 


30 


1. 2. 8 


" Noah Moss. 


11 


30 


1. 7. 5 


Drm. Eben^ Baker 


10 


30 


1. 4. 7 


Joseph Ingall ■ 


11 


30 


1. 5. lYz 


Richard Duning 


11 


30 


1. 5. 1% 


Ephraim Reynolds 


11 


30 


1. 5. lYz 


John Nelson 


19 


30 


1.15. 4 


Joseph Sheldon 


11 


30 


1. 5. 1J4 


Eben^ Hulburt 


11 


30 


1. 5. ly^ 


Joel Frost 


10 


30 


1. 3. 9 


David Brade 


12 


30 


1. 6. 6 


Benoni Bishop 


10 


30 


1. 3. 9 


Benj. Mclntyre 


7 


30 


0.19. 9 


Amherst Coult 


9 


30 


1. 2. 4>4 


John Wood 


6 


30 


0.18. 3 


Elisha Rigdon 


7 


30 


0.19. 9 


James Stewart 


2 


1 


0. 4. 1 


Benj. Baldwin 


2 


2 


0. 5. 4 


Andrew Boston [Berton] 


4 


30 


0.13. 6 



Isaac Farwell, Lt. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, Dec. 27, 1781. The within roll 
being approved of. the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 
Gapt. Farwell or order, the sum of twenty-seven pounds one shil- 
ling eight pence. Isaac Tichenor, \ p„^ee 

Amos Fassett, f 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, Dec. 29, 1781. Reed, of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order, for and in behalf of 
Capt. Farwell. W™ Underbill. 



464 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[63] \^Capt. Samuel Willard's Company] 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Samuel Willard's ''Company of Militia in 
Col. Ira Allen's Regiment for service done in defence of the 
Northern Frontiers of this State in Oct. 1781, per order. 



Names 


Entered 


Days 
9 


Miles 


Pay at /4 


Total 


Lt. David Comstock 


Oct. 21 


22 


0.7.4 


2. 5.7 


Sergt. Amos Micks 


i i 1 ( 


5 






7.4 


0.15.3 


" Levy Adams 


( ( ( C 


9 






7.4 


1. 1.7 


" Caleb Allen 


" 23 


7 






7.4 


0.10.6 


Clerk Elkanah Cobb 


" 21 


7 






7.4 


0.17.3 


Corp, Joth. Smart 


(( << 


9 






7.4 


1. 0.1 


" Jed. Egerton 


(* a 


13 






7.4 


1. 5.9 


David Cower 


11 1 < 


13 






7.4 


1. 4.8 


David Smith 


<i <i 


10 






7.4 


1. 0.8 


Doty Allen 


(1 (( 


13 






7.4 


1. 0.8 


Moses Curtis 


(1 1 c 


16 






7.4 


1.18.8 


Daniel Hulet 


" 21 


16 






7.4 


1. 8.8 


Saml. Wright 


" 23 


11 






7.4 


1. 2.0 


Gideon Adams, Esq. 


(< (1 


5 






7.4 


0.14.0 


Joel Simons 


11 1 ( 


9 






7.4 


0.19.4 


Joth. Prindle 


it 11 


9 






7.4 


0.19.4 


Gilbord Soper 


<( 1 ( 


9 






7.4 


0.19.4 


Jacob Egerton 


1 ( 11 


5 






7.4 


0.14. a 


Geo. Rush 


(1 CI 


9 






7.4 


0.19.4 


Lemuel Haskins 


( < << 


9 






7.4 


0.19.4 


Junet Hollister 


11 (( 


9 






7.4 


0.19.4 


Phineas Pelton 


<l 1( 


9 






7.4 


19.4 


John Butts 


1( (1 


6 






7.4 


0.15.4 


David Adams 


l( (( 


5 






7.4 


0.14.0 


W"" Potter 


(t (1 


9 






7.4 


1.19.4 


J. Armstrong 


Nov. 1 


5 






7.4 


0.14.0 


David Hough 


t C I ( 


5 






7.4 


0.14.0 


Elisha Leach 


4 


3 






7.4 


0.11. a 


Jacob Perkins 


'« 4 


3 






7.4 


0.18.4 


Seth Blossom 


" 4 


5 






7.4 


0.14.0 



A true pay roll. Test per me, David Comstock, Lt. 

Pay Table Office, Arlington, Jan. 9, 1782. The Treasurer is 
directed to pay to Lieut. Comstock or order the sum of twenty- 
nine [pounds] six shillings and seven pence, as per the within 
account. Isaac Tichenor, I Com 

Timothy Brownson, \ 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, Jany. 10, 1781. Reed, of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order, being twenty-nine 
pounds six shillings and seven pence, lawful money. Reed, for 
and in behalf of Lieut. Comstock. 

Saml. Willard, Capt. of said Company. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



465 



[354] [Co/. Ira AUeiis Regiment^ Officer s^ 

A Pay Roll of the Field and Staff Officers of Col. Ira Allen's 
Recjiment for their service at Castleton in the alarm in the month 
of October, 1781. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Pr day 


Pr mile 


Total 


Stephen Pearl, Lt. Col. 
Leml. Ohipman, Surgeon 
James Murdock, Chaplain 
Jona. Saxton, Adjt. 
John Page, Surgeon's Mate 
John Cobb, Quarter master 
Nathl. Harmon, Sergeant Maj'' 
John Steward, Quarter M. Sergt. 


10 
10 
10 
10 

8 
10 

6 
10 


30 
27 
27 
43 
42 
46 
26 
22 


8. 8 
6. 8 
6. 8 
4.11 
5. 4 
4. 
2. 
2. 


4d 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


6. 3. 4 
4. 9. 
4. 9. 
3.10. 2 
3. 2. 
2.15. 4 
1. 0. 8 
1. 7. 4 




^26.16.10 



Stephen Pearl, Lt. Col. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, Feb. 14, 1782. The above ac- 
count being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay 
the same, being the sum of twenty-six pounds sixteen shillings and 

ten pence. Isaac Tichenor, I Committee 

Nathl. Brush, f ^o^imitiee. 

Bennington, Feb. 28, 1782. Reed, of the Treasurer the con- 
tents of the within order. Uriah Seymour. 



[28] 



\^Capt. Abraham Jackson's Company^ Wallingford\ 



A Pay Roll of Abraham Jackson's Company of Militia at 
Wallingford in Col. Thomas Lee's Regiment, Oct. 14, 1781, in 
service at Castleton. 





No. 




No. 






Names 


miles 
20 


Price 
0.6.8 


days 


Wages 


Total 


Abraham Jackson, Capt. 




3.13.4 


4. 0. 


Joseph Randal, Lt. 




(■ •( 




2. 6.9 


2.13. 5 


Stephen Clark, Ens" 




1 1 ( ( 




2. 6.9 


2.13. 5 


EHsha Allen, Sergt. 




«< '< 




0. 6.5 


1. 4. 1 


Asahel Jackson, do 




i( (( 




0.17.5 


1. 4. 1 


W-" Crary, do 




(1 (1 




0.17.5 


1. 4. 1 


W™ Fisher, do 




• 1 (( 




0.17.5 


1. 4. 1 


Jonah Ives, Corpl. 




> ( 11 




0.15.7 


1. 2. 8 


Joel Naten, do 




U (1 




0.15.7 


1. 2. 3 


Googer Clark, Fifer 




CI 11 




0.15.7 


1. 2. 3 


Jed*" Jackson 




1 1 (1 




0.14.8 


1. 1. 4 



[30] 



4QQ 



STATE OF VERMONT 





No. 




No. 






Names 


miles 


Price 


days 


Wages 


Total 


John Clark 


20 


0.6.8 




0.14.8 


1. 1. 4 


John Willey 












0.14.8 


1. 1. 4 


Pesilys Spalding 












0.14.8 


1. 1. 4 


Jethro Jackson 












0.14.8 


1. 1. 4 


Benj. Rhoades 












0.14.8 


1. 1. 4 


Daniel Bradley 












0.14.8 


1. 1. 4 


Elias Crary 








* 




0.14.8 


1. 1. 4 


Joseph Benson 












0.14.8 


1. 1. 4 


Jonathan Wiley 












0.14.8 


1. 1. 4 


Ephraim Strong 












0.14.8 


1. 1. 4 


Isaac Finne 












0.14.8 


1. 1. 4 


Daniel Finne 












0.14.8 


1. 1. 4 


Edward Bumpus 












0.14.8 


1. 1. 4 


Ichabod Randall 












0.14.8 


1. 1. 4 


John Thompson 












0.14.8 


1. 1. 4 


Jos. Hambleton 












0.14.8 


1. 1. 4 


Eben' Manay 












0.14.8 


1. 1. 4 


Cooledge White 












0.14.8 


1. 1. 4 


Nathl. Stuart 










10 


0.13.4 


1. 0. 


Nathl. Ives 










10 


0.13.4 


1. 0. 


David urippen 










9 


0.12.0 


0.18. 8 


Barnabas Swift 










8 


0.10.8 


0.17. 4 


James Shaw 










9 


0.12.0 


0.18. 8 


Thos. Hinman 










7 


0. 9.4 


0.16. 


Benoni Kenney 










7 


0. 9.4 


0.16. 


James Bumpus 










7 


0. 9.4 


0.16. 


Chancey Clark 










6 


0. 8.0 


0.14. 8 


Ephraim Andrews 










2 


0. 2.8 


0. 9. 4 


Benj. Bradley 










5 


0. 6.8 


0. 9. 4 


Edmund Clark 










3 


0. 4.0 


0.10. 8 


Abraham Ives 










10 


0.13.4 


1. 0. 












;^48. 1.11 



Attest, 

Abraham Jackson, Capt 

Pay Table Office, Bennington Feb. 7, 1782. 

The within account being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby 
directed to pay to Capt. Abraham Jackson or order, the sum of 
^48.1.11 

^^48.1.11 Isaac Tichenor, \ 

Timo. Brownson, f 



Com* 



Treasurer's Office, Bennington, Feb. 8, 1782. Rec'd of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order, it being forty eight 
pounds one shilling eleven pence, lawful money. 

Abraham Jackson, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



467 



[168J 



\Capt. Abel Merrimans Co7npany\ 



A Pay Roll for Capt. Abel Merriman's Company in Col. 
Thomas Lee's Regiment of Militia for their tours to Castleton in 
Oct. 21, 1781. 



Names 


When 
marched 


Days 


P' day 


Miles 


Total 


Ensign SamueL Culver 


Oct. 21 


11 


4.3 


15 


2.11.9 


Sergt. Timothy Moss 


21 


11 


1.7 


15 


1. 2.5 


" Shubael Summer 


21 


11 


1.7 


15 


1. 2.5 


♦' Joshua Culver 


21 


11 


1.7 


15 


1. 2.5 


Corpl. Isaac Harlow 


21 


11 


1.5 4/3 


15 


1. 1.3 


" Jona. Webb 


21 


9 


1.5 4/3 


15 


0.18.3 


David Blossom 


21 


11 


1.4 


15 


0.19.8 


Saml. Merriman 


21 


11 


1.4 


15 


0.19.8 


William Lamb 


. 21 


11 


1.4 


15 


0.19.8 


James Brooks 


22 


9 


1.4 


15 


0.17.0 


Benjamin Gideons 


22 


9 


1.4 


15 


0.17.0 


Nathl. Lewis 


23 


8 


1.4 


15 


0.15.8 


Abner Cone 


22 


9 


1.4 


15 


0.17.0 


Noah Frisbe 


25 


6 


1.4 


15 


0.13.0 


John Thompson 


28 


3 


1.4 


15 


0. 9.0 


Abdiel Webster 


27 


4 


1.4 


15 


0.10.4 


David Ward 


25 


6 


1.4 


15 


0.13.0 
^16. 9.8 



A true pay roll. Attest, Saml. Culver, Lieut. 



Pay Table Office, Jan. 2^ 1783. The within pay roll examined 
and approved the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the same to 
Lieut. Saml. Culver or bearer, it being sixteen pounds nine shil- 
lings and seven pence. John Strong, 

Timo. Brownson, 



J 



Com. 



Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, July 5, 1783. Reed, of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order in behalf of Lt. Saml. 
Culver. 

;^16.9.7 Jos. Lamb. 



468 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[12] 



ICapt Jacob Wood's Co7npany\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Jacob Wood's Company, Col. Thomas 
Lee's Regiment, for their tour to Castleton, Oct. 21, A.D. 1781. 



^ 


Vhen 


When 


Wages per 
day and 
rations 


No.- of 


Total 


Names m 


arched 


discharged 


miles 


Capt. Jacob Wood C 


»ct. 21 


Oct. 31 


s d 
6. 8 


14 


3.18.0 


Lt. Jos. Spaulding ' 










4. 3 




2.11.5 


Lt. Benj. Richardson ' 










1. 7 




1, 2.1 


" Ephraim Wood ' 










1. 7 




1, 2.1 


Corpl. Stephen Wood ' 










1. 5 




1. 0.3 


Increase Rudd ' 










1. 4 




0.19.4 


Luther Fillmore ' 










1. 4 




0.19.4 


Joseph Wood ' 










1. 4 




0.19.4 


Gamaliel Waldo ' 










1. 4 




0.19.4 


Philemon Wood ' 










1. 4 




0.19.4 


Joseph Cantield ' 


' 25 








1. 4 




14.0 


Reuben Seari ' 


' 28 








1. 4 


( i 


10.0 


John McClure ' 


' 28 








1. 4 


^ , 


10.0 


Benj. Haskin ' 


' 30 








1. 4 


t ( 


7.4 


Samuel Pratt ' 


' 30 








1. 4 




7.4 


Selah Hubbard 


' 30 








1. 4 




7.4 


Silas Mallory ' 


' 30 








1. 4 




7.4 










^17.13.10 



Arlington, Jan. 8, 1782. The above pay roll sworn to before 
me. Isaac Tichenor, Justice of Peace. 

Pay Office, Arlington, Jan. 8, 1782. The Treasurer is hereby 
directed to pay the sum of seventeen pounds thirteen shillings and 
ten pence to Capt. Jacob Wood or his order, agreeable to the within 
payroll. Isaac Tichenor, 

Timothy Brownson, 



Com^ 



Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, Jan. 8, 1782. 
Rec'd. of the Treasurer the contents of the above order. 

Jacob Wood, Captain. 



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STATE OF VERMONT 



[253] \^Capt. Nathaniel Blanchard^s Company\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Nathaniel Blanchard's Company of Militia 
in Col. Thos. Lee's Regiment, for service done at Castleton in the 
State of Vermont, commencing the 21^* of October and ending 
the 30*^ ot the same in the year 1781. • 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Subsistence 
pr day 


Pr 
month 


Amount 


Nathl. Blanchard, Capt. 


10 


9 


0. 1. 4 


8. 0.0 


3. 9. 8 


Daniel Smith, Lieut. 


10 


9 


0. 0. 3 


5.10.0 


2. 6. 6 


EliBha Wright, En. 


10 


9 


0. 0. 8 


5.10.0 


2. 5. 6 


Eoswell Post, Clerk 


10 


9 




2. 8.0 


18.10 


Abner Mead, Sergt. 


10 


9 




2. 8.0 


18.10 


Amasa Blanchard, " 


10 


9 




2. 8.0 


18.10 


Benj. Johnson, " 


7 


9 




2. 8.0 


14.10 


David Parkhill, 


10 


9 




2. 8.0 


18.10 


John Smith, Corpl. 


9 


9 




2. 4.0 


16. 2 


David Whipple, ' ' 


10 


9 




2. 4.0 


17. 8 


Benj. Whipple, Drum'' 


10 


9 




2. 4.0 


17. 8 


Justus Sutherland, Fifer 


9 


9 




2. 4.0 


16. 8 


Asa Johnson 


6 


9 




2. 0.0 


11. 


Abel Wright 


6 


9 




2. 0.0 


11. 


Asa Lake 


10 


9 




2. 0.0 


13. 4 


Aaron Miller 


8 


9 




2. 0.0 


13. 8 


Aaron Reed 


5 


9 




2. 0.0 


9. 8 


Asa Moses 


10 


9 




2. 0.0 


16. 4 


Abner Hull [Hall] 


9 


9 




2. 0.0 


15. 


David Kingsley 


10 


9 




2. 0.0 


16. 4 


Elihu Johnson 


10 


9 




2. 0.0 


16. 4 


Ezra Ellsworth 


10 


9 




2. 0.0 


16, 4 


Elnathan Moses 


3 


9 




2. 0.0 


7. 


Ferdinand Grout 


9 


9 




2. 0.0 


15. 


Henry Mead 


10 


9 




2. 0.0 


16. 4 


Isaac Mead 


10 


9 




2. 0.0 


16. 4 


John Moses 


10 


9 




2. 0.0 


16. 4 


Jacob Meacham 


10 


9 




2. 0.0 


16. 4 


Joseph Chipman 


10 


9 




2. 0.0 


16. 4 


Joel Smith 


10 


9 




2. 0.0 


16. 4 


Jabesh Gideons 


10 


9 




2. 0.0 


16. 4 


Lemuel Barns 


9 


9 




2. 0.0 


15. 


Moses Pratt 


4 


9 




2. 0.0 


8. 4 


Nehemiah Gates 


4 


9 




2. 0.0 


8. 4 


Nehemiah Whipple 


4 


9 




2. 0.0 


8. 4 


Robert Castelo 


10 


9 




2. 0.0 


16. 4 


Sim'eon Wright . 


8 


9 




2. 0.0 


13. 8 


Solomon Purdy 


9 


9 




2. 0.0 


15. 


Saml. Murdock 


5 


9 




2. 0.0 


9. 8 


Samuel Carey 


8 


9 




2. 0.0 


13. 8 


Silas Smith 


8 


9 




2. 0.0 


7. 


Stephen Mead 


7 


9 




2. 0.0 


12. 4 


Shubad Moses 


8 


9 




2. 0.0 


13. 8 


Gershom Lake 


10 


9 




2. 0.0 


13. 4 


Zebulon Mead, Jr. 


7 


9 




2. 0.0 


12. 4 










Total 


;^43. 2. 1 



Nathl. Blanchard, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



471 



Pay Table Office. Arlington, Jan. 10, 1782. The within Pay 
Roll examined and approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay the 
same to Capt. Samuel Williams, it being forty-three pounds two 
shillings and one penny. Isaac Tichenor, 

Timothy Brownson. 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, Jan. 11, 1782. Reed, of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order , being forty-three pounds 
two shillings and one penny, lawful money. 

^43.2.1 Saml. Williams, Capt. 



[78J 



\^Capt. Samuel Williams' Company] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Saml. Williams' Company of Militia in 
Col. Thomas Lee's Regiment, commenced the 21^* of Oct. last, 
ending the 2'^ of Nov. following. [1781?] 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Wages 
per day 


Amt. 


of 


Pay 










~^ 


s. 


d. 


Samuel Williams, Capt. 


14 


24 


0.5.4 


5 


1 


2 


Gideon Walker, Ensign 


13 


24 


3.7 


3 


3 


3 


Oliver Harmon, Sergt. 


14 


24 


1.7 


1 


10 


2 


Jesse Keeler, Sergt. 


8 


12 


1.7 





16 


8 


Isaiah Hunneywell, Sergt. 


9 


24 


1.7 


1 


2 


3 


Eben^ Andrews, " 


12 


24 


1.7 


1 


7 





Ezekiel Bebee, Drum"^ 


10 


24 


1.5>^ 


1 


2 


41 


Josiah Lee, Private 


10 


24 


1.4 


1 


1 


4 


Elias Post 


14 


24 


1.4 


1 


6 


8 


Nathl. Bowker 


14 


24 


1.4 


1 


6 


8 


Thomas Hale 


3 


24 


1.4 





8 





Elias Wheelock 


8 


24 


1.4 





18 


8 


Alexander Beebee 


9 


24 


1.4 


1 








John Claghorn 


14 


24 


1.4 


1 





8 


Phineas Hill 


14 


24 


1.4 


1 


6 


8 


David Hill 


14 


24 


1.4 


1 


6 


8 


Thomas Stafford 


4 


12 


1.4 





9 


4 


Gershom Olds 


14 


24 


1.4 


1 


6 


8 


Eben^ Cook 


14 


24 


1.4 


1 


6 


8 


Munson Cook 


14 


24 


1.4 


1 


G 


8 


Eli Squire 


14 


24 


1.4 


1 


6 


8 


Frederic Cushman 


3 


12 


1.4 





8 





John Andrews 


14 


24 


1.4 


1 


6 


8 


David Hale 


4 


12 


1.4 





9 


4 


Clement Clarke 


11 


24 


1.4 


1 


2 


8 



472 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Wages 
per day 


1 
Amt. 


of 


Pay 








£ 


s. 


d. 


Jared Ives 


14 


24 


1.4 


1 


6 


8 


Jonathan Carpenter 


12 


12 


1.4 


1 








Amos Himes 


7 


12 


1.4 





13 


4 


Daniel Greenough 


7 


12 


1.4 





13 


4 


Asa Hale 


9 


12 


1.4 





16 





John McConnal 


9 


12 


1.4 





16 





Saml. McConnal 


5 


12 


1.4 





10 


8 


John Rockwell 


14 


24 


1.4 


1 


6 


8 


Obadiah Wheeler 


11 


12 


1.4 





10 


8 


Nathl. Whitney 


14 


'24 


1.4 


1 


6 


8 


Josiah Hale 


10 


12 


1.4 





17 


4 


Enos Ives 


11 


12 


1.4 





18 


8 


Philip Green 


10 


12 


1.4 





17 


4 


John Snatton 


10 


12 


1.4 





17 


4 


Aaron Scott 


6 


12 


1.4 





12 





Alarm List 














Asa Fuller, Lieut. 


3 


12 


1.4 





8 





Gershoni Beach, Sergt. 


8 


12 


14 





14 


8 


Stephen Williams, do. 


3 


12 


1.4 





8 





Moses Andrews, do. 


4 


12 


1.4 





9 


4 




;^49 


6 


2 



Pay Table Office, Arlington, Jan. 10, 1782. The within pay 

roll examined and approved and the Treasurer is directed to pay 

the same to Capt. Samuel Williams or bearer, being forty-nine 

pounds, six shillings and ten pence. 

Timo. Brownson, \ ^ 
T rr- u r Com. 

Isaac 1 ichenor, j 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, Jan. 11. 1782. Reed, of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order, being forty-nine pounds 



six shillings and two pence lav/ful money 



^49.6.2 



Saml. Williams, Capt. 



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STATE OF VERMONT 



[192] [^Detachment under Capt. Israel Hurlhct'\ 

A Pay Roll of a Detachment of Men, being a part of the non- 
commissioned officers and soldiers of two companies raised as a 
levy from Col. Thomas Lee's Regiment of Militia, for the defense 
of the Frontiers of the State of Vermont in October, 1781, stationed 
at Castleton during their service and commanded by Israel Hurl- 
but. Capt. in pursuance of orders from the Hon. B. Gen' Enos, as 
appears by copy of orders from Lt. Col. Clark to Capt. Hurlbut, 
herewith. 



Names 


En- 
tered 


Ended 


Days 


Pr day 


Miles 


Total 


Israel Hurlbut, Capt. 






10 


0.6.8 


p -• 
5 


3. 6. 8 


Peirce Spencer, Lt. 






10 


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William Born[Barr],Lt. 






10 


4.3 


2. 2. 6 


Shubael Sumner, Sergt. 






10 


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John Ashley, " 






10 






15.10 


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10 


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Chandler, " 






10 




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Azriel Blanchard, " 






10 




13. 4 


Crary, 






10 




13. 4 


Ephraim Coy, fifer 






10 


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David Whipple, Corpl. 






10 




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10 




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Francis Culver, " 


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13. 4 


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13. 4 


Finney, " 






10 






14. 2 


Thos. Dewey, " 






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Benajah Mallery 






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13. 4 


Solomon Bingham 






10 




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Joel Howe 






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13. 4 


John Tuttle 






10 




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John Britton 






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William Marsh 






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Isaac Strong 






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13. 4 


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Azel Green 






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Daniel Colvin 






10 






13. 4 


Gideon Hewitt 






10 




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William Grossman 






10 




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13. 4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



477 



Names 


En- 
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Days 


Prday 


Miles 


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Elijah Owen 






10 






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Silas Mallery 






10 






13. 4 


Benjamin Foster 






10 






13. 4 


Matthew Hickock 






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13. 4 


Michael Meniot 






10 






13. 4 


Noah Priest 






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13. 4 


Nathan Foot 






10 






13. 4 


Samuel Pratt 






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John Nicholson 






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13. 4 


Eleazer Mallery 






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Jesse Hubbart 






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13. 4 


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1.4 




13. 4 


Ashbel Nicholson 






10 


1.4 




13. 4 


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10 


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Joel Smith 






10 


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Rufus Mead 






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Grave Meecker 






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John Moseley 






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John McLure 




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13. 4 


Miles Baldwin 






10 


1.4 




13. 4 


Hall Shephard 






10 


1.4 




13. 4 


Asa Lake 






10 


1.4 




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Beriah Mitchell 






10 


1.4 




13. 4 




;^53.12.6 



Attest. Israel Hurlbut, Capt. 



478 STATE OF VERMONT 

Bennington County, ss. Then personally appearing Capt. 
Israel Hurlbut, he made oath that the preceding is a just and true 
Pay Roll of the Detachment of troops who served under his com- 
inand agreeable to the heading of said roll, according to his best 
knowledge. Before me, Nathan Clark, Justice of Peace. 

Copy of Orders given to Capt. Hurlbut. 

"Head Quarters, Castleton, Oct. 30, 1781. 

Sir, You being appointed by the Field Officers of this Reg- 
iment, to take command of a company of men raised out of said 
Regiment, to remain in Service until regularly discharged. You 
will therefore on sight of this, repair to this Garrison, where you 
will receive further directions. You are also to furnish out of 
your company one sergeant, one corporal and four privates, to be 
on ground immediately. Pursuant to the General's orders. 

(Signed) Isaac Clark, L* Col." 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, 1782. The within roll being 
examined and approved, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay 
the same to Thomas Tolman, Esq., Paymaster to the troops, being 
the sum of fifty-three pounds 12/6, lawful money, taking his receipt 
for the sum, for which he the said Paymaster is accountable. 

Nath' Brush, Tim° Brownson, Com®® 

Rec'd of the Treasurer the contents of this warrant. 

Oct. 2, 1784. Tho"' Tolman, Paymaster. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



479 



[84] 



\Capt. Abraham Jackson s Company (paf^)^ 



A Pay Roll for part of Capt. Abraham Jackson's Company of 
Militia for service done at Castleton, Oct. 14, A.D. 1781, in Col. 
Thomas Lee's Regt. that was left out in a former pay roll for said 
company. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Travel 


Wages 


Total 


Gorce Richmon 
Titus Andrews 
David RandoU 


12 
12 
11 


0.6.8 
6.8 
6.8 


20 
20 
20 


0.16.0 
16. 
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1.2.8 
1.2.8 
1.1.4 




;^3.6.8 



Attest, 



Abraham Jackson, Capt. 



Pay Table Office, Bennington, Feb. 29, 1782. The within pay 
roll being approved, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the 
sum of three pound six shillings and eight pence to Capt. Abraham 
Jackson or order. Isaac Tichenor, ) Committee. 

Nathl. Brush, \ 

March 2, 1782. Please to pay the contents of this order to 
Jos. Fay. Abraham Jackson. 

Sunderland, May 16, 1782. Reed, of the Treasurer the con- 
tents of the above order for and in behalf of Abraham Jackson. 

Jos. Fay, 



480 



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482 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[80] 



\Capt. Eli Noble' s Company^ Fownal'\ 



A Pay Roll of such of Capt. Eli Noble's Company of Militia in 
Pownal in Col. Eben'' Walbridges Regiment as marched in the 
alarm to Castleton in October, 1781 with Capt. Eli Noble. 



Names 


Entered 
service 


Days in 
service 


Wages 


Miles 


Amt. of 
travel 


Total 


Capt. Eli Noble 


Oct 


. 23 


11 


2.18.8 


70 


1.3.4 


4.16.8 


Lieut. Josiah Dunning 


(i 




11 


1.19.5 


70 


1.3.4 


3.10.1 


Sergt. W" Bates 


(( 




11 


17.5 


70 


1.3.4 


2. 0.9 


John Niles 


(( 




9 


14.3 


70 


1.3.4 


1.17.7 


David Page 


1 ( 




11 


14.8 


70 


1.3.4 


1.18.0 


Benj. Eaton 


(( 




11 


14.8 


70 


1.3.4 


1.18.0 


Benj. Morgan 


1 ( 




11 


14.8 


70 


1.3.4 


1.18 


Nathl. Wallace 


(( 




11 


14.8 


70 


1.8.4 


1.18 


Joseph Congdon 


1 ( 




11 


14.8 


70 


1.3.4 


1.18 


James Mattison 


(1 




11 


14.8 


70 


1.3.4 


1.18 


Saml. Jewett 


(< 




11 


14.8 


70 


1.3.4 


1.18 


Lyman Jackson 


(i 


22 


12 


16.0 


70 


1.3.4 


1.19.4 


Obadiah Dunham 


f < 


22 


12 


16.0 


70 


1.3.4 


1.19.4 


Barnet Carpenter 


(i 


26 


4 


5.4 


70 


1.3.4 


1. 8.8 


Phineas Bennett 


i ( 


26 


7 


9.4 


70 


1.3.4 


1.12.8 


Beriah Grover 


(( 


26 


7 


9.4 


70 


1.3.4 


1.12.8 


Elz'^ March 


(( 


26 


7 


9.4 


70 


1.3.4 


1.12.8 


Elijah Wolcott 


<( 


24 


9 


12.0 


70 


1.3.4 


1.15.4 


Timo. Munson 


(( 


24 


9 


12.0 


70 


1.3.4 


1.15.4 


W" Oviat 


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24 


9 


12.0 


70 


1.3.4 


1.15.4 


John Clark 


<i 


23 


9 


12.0 


70 


1.3.4 


1.15.4 


David Coswell 


<i 


26 


7 


9.4 


70 


1.3.4 


1.12.8 


Seth Bassett 


>( 


24 


8 


10.8 


70 


1.3.4 


1.14.0 


Andrew Sherman 


1 < 


23 


9 


10.8 


70 


1.3.4 


1.15.4 


Wanton Aylesworth 


(. 


23 


6 


8. 


70 


1.3.4 


1.11.4 


James Phillips 


(I 


23 


6 


8. 


70 


1.3.4 


1.14.4 




;^51. 5.5 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



483 



[130] 



\^Capt. Ebenezer Wood's Company] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Ebeti'" Wood's Company of Alarm List in 
Col, Eben'' Walbridge's Regiment of Militia in service of the state, 
commencing IS*'^ of October, 1781. 



Names 



Capt. Eben^ Wood 
En. Joseph Wickwire 
Sergt. Archibald Stone 
Corpl. Job Wood 

" Preserved Kellogg 
Peter Harwood 
Benjamin Dibble 
John Oorbin 
Blackman Browning 
Thomas Mumford 
Benj. Parker 
Simeon Harmon 
Thomas Brown 
Samuel Atwood 
Ephraim Carr 
Elijah Davis 
Richard Wever 
David Brown 
Herrington Baker 
Saml. Standish 
W™ Gallop, Sergt. 
Thaddeus Potter 
Silas Bennett 
Farr 



Days 


Pr 


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Miles 


day 


Wages 


at 4* 


16 




6.4 


60 


16 




4.3 


60 


14 




1.7 


60 


8 




1.5 


60 


14 




1.5 


60 


14 




1.4 


60 


14 




1.4 


60 


14 




1.4 


60 


14 




1.4 


60 


14 




1.4 


60 


14 




1.4 


66 


8 




1.4 


60 


14 




1.4 


60 


4 




1.4 


60 


14 




1.7 


60 


14 




1.7 


60 


8 




1.4 


60 


14 




1.4 


60 


14 




1.4 


60 


13 




1.4 


60 


13 




1.7 




13 




1.4 




13 




1.4 




13 




1.4 





Total 
Wages 



1.0.0 
1.0.0 
1.0.0 
1.0.0 



0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 



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1.0,0 
1.0.0 
1.0.0 
1.0.0 
1.0.0 
1.0.0 
1.0.0 
1.0.0 
1.0.0 



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4. 8, 

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1.18. 
1.18, 
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0.18. 
0.18. 



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8 
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Lt. Alex. Gorden 1.10.8 

" Eben' Wood, Jr. 1.10.8 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, Dec. 20, 1781. The within pay 

roll being approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 

the amount of fifty pounds seventeen shillings and five pence. 

Isaac Tichenor, \ i^^^„-^i.^^ 
A ■c' 4.i r Committee. 

Amos Fassett, ) 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, Dec, 29, 1781. Reed, of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order. 

^50.17.5 Eben^ Wood, Capt. 



484 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[1221 



[Capt Bigelow Lawrence' s Company'] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Bigelow Lawrence's Company in Col. 
Walbridge's Reg' for service done at Castleton in the Alarm, in 
Oct. 1781. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


Capt. Bigelow Lawrence 


20 


55 


7.11. 8 


Lt. Timothy Barnum 


14 


55 


3. 7.10 


Sergt. Joshua Briggs 


20 


55 


2.10. 5 


** David Leonard 


13 


55 


1.18. 1% 


•* Solomon Fuller 


10 


55 


1.14. 4 


" ;\sa Barnum 


8 


55 


1.11. 2 


" Gideon Barnum 


10 


55 


1.14. 4 


Corp. Davis Morse 


8 


55 


1.10. 


Danl. Harris 


11 


55 


1.14. 4 


" Stephen Olin 


10 


55 


1.11. 


" Bigelow Lawrence 


8 


55 


1. 9. 


D"" Christopher Bates 


8 


55 


1. 9. 


James Bates 


8 


55 


1. 9. 


Walter Bates 


8 


55 


1. 9. 


Danl. Salisbury 


8 


55 


1. 9. 


Andrew Briggs 


15 


55 


1.18. 4 


Darius Grippen 


8 


55 


1. 9. 


Jona. Bates 


8 


55 


1. 9. a 


Jesse Persons 


15 


55 


1.18. 4 


Robert Reynolds 


15 


55 


1.18. 4 


Barnabus Ames 


15 


55 


1.18. 4 


John Fuller 


15 


55 


1.18. 4 


Elihu Cross 


20 


55 


2. 5. 


John Mellington, Jr. 


12 


55 


1.14. 4 


Henry Clark 


15 


55 


1.18. 4 


William Caldwell 


14 


55 


1.17. 


Joshua Munroe 


15 


55 


1.18. 4 


John Wright 


8 


55 


1. 9. 


Benjamin Dyre 


8 


55 


1. 9. 


Eben"" Corey 


11 


55 


1.13. 


Benj. Parks 


11 


55 


1.13. 


David Cutting 


11 


55 


1.13. 


Justin Olin 


8 


55 


1. 9. 


David White 


8 


55 


1. 9. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



485 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


Thomas Jewett 
Nathan Sherman, Jr. 
Nathan Sherman 
Enos Peck 
Amos Galusha 
Joseph Briggs 
Salmon Farr 
Timoy Buckley 


10 
8 

10 

11 
8 
8 

10 
8 


55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 


1.11. 8 
1. 9. 
1.11. 8 
1.13. 
1. 9. 
1. 9. 
1.11. 8 
1. 9. 




;^78.1. 5 



Bigelow Lawrence, Capt. 

Bennington, ss. Personally appears before me Capt. Bigelow 
Lawrence and makes oath that the above account is iust and true. 

Isaac Tichenor, Justice Peace. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, Dec 26, 1781. This pay roll 
being approved of, the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 
Capt. Lawrence or order to the amount of seventy-eight pounds one 
shilling five pence. Isaac Tichenor, ) Committee. 

Amos Fassett, ) 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, July 5, 1783. Reed, of Ira 
Allen, Esq., Treasurer, the contents of the above order. 

Bigelow Lawrence, Capt. ■ 



486 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[17] 



\Capt. Isaac Tichenors Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Isaac Tichenor's Company, Col. Eben'^ 
Walbridge's Reg't. of Militia in the service of the State of Ver-. 
mont, commencing the 13th day of October, 1781, in service at 
Castleton. 



Names and Eank 


Days 


Day & 

rations 


Amount 

of 
wages 


No. 
miles 


Ami of 
travel 


Total 


Lt. Nathl. Fillmore 


16 


4.3 


3. 8. 


60 


1.0.0 


4. 8. 


" Jos. Rudd 


16 


4.3 


3. 8. 


< ( 




4. 8. 


En. Lebbeus ArmHtrong 


16 


4.3 


3. 8. 


1 ( 




4. 8. 


Sergt. John Rudd 


16 


1.7 


1. 5. 4 


<( 




2. 5. 4 


" EHjah Hyde 


16 


1.7 


1. 5. 4 


1 ( 




2. 5. 4 


Corpl. Andrew Wood 


15 


1.5 


1. 0. 3 


1 ( 




2. 0. 3 


Eli Pember 


15 


1.5 


1. 0. 3 


(( 




2. 0. 3 


" Jedediah Merrill 


15 


1.5 


1. 0. 3 


i c 




2. 0. 3 


Fifer Frederick Smith 


14 


1.5 


19.10 


1 1 




1.19.10 


Drum' Alpheus Wentworth 


14 


1.5 


19.10 


(( 




1.19.10 


Elnathan Hubbell 


8 


1.4 


10. 8 


it 




1.10. 8 


Henry Green 


U 


1.4 


18. 8 


<( 




1.18. 8 


David Powers 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


ti 




1.18. 8 


John Knight 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


It 


" 


1.18. 8 


Johun Kinsley, Jr. 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


t; 




1.18. 8 


John Armstrong 


8 


1.4 


18. 8 


t ( 




I.IO. 8 


Jos. Henderson 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


i( 




1.18. 8 


Jona. Persons, Jr. 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


ii 




1.18. 8 


Francis Herrick 


14 


1.4 


18. 4 


n 




1.18. 4 


Nathan Hazen 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


.4 




1.18. 8 


Nathl. Graves 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


( i 




1.13. 4 


Zephaniah Holmes 


10 


1.4 


18. 4 


(i 




1.18. 8 


Roger Ladd 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


(( 




1.18. 8 


John Stearns 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


ii 




1.18. 8 


Saml. Haynes 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


(t 




1.18. 8 


Cornelius Jones 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


t < 




1.18. 8 


Caleb Clerk 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


it 




1.18. 8 


Zenas Ashley 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


( C 




1.18. 8 


Joshua Wood 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


i ( 




1.18. 8 


Anthony Farr 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


1 ( 




1.18. 8 


Ozias Bingham 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


(1 




1.18. 8 


George Foot 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


Ii 




1.18. 8 


Thos. Miller 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


t ( 




1.18. 8 


Jos. Willoughby, Jr. 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


(( 




1.18. 8 


Hezekiah Dewey 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


ti 




1.18. 8 


John Moor 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


(( 




■ 1.18. 8 


Joseph Roe 


8 


1.4 


18. 8 


1 ( 




1.18. 8 


Loomi Case 


8 


1.4 


18. 8 


u 




1.18. 8 


Cyprian Herrick 


9 


1.4 


18. 8 


(1 




1.18. 8 


Abel Potter 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


1 ( 




1.18. 8 


Benajah Story 


8 


1.4 


18. 8 


<( 




1.18. 8 


Timothy Allen 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


(1 




1.18. 8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



487 



Names and Eakk 


Days 


Day & 

rations 


Amount 

of 
wages 


No. 
miles 


Amt. of 
travel 


Total 


Daniel Pratt 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 


60 


1.0.0 


1.18. 8 


Ezekiel Harmon 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 






1.18. 8 


Austin Harmon 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 






1.18. 8 


Gains Harmon 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 






1.18. 8 


Lemuel Cleveland 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 






1.18. 8 


Jeremiah Mumford 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 






1.18. 8 


Reuben Clapp 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 






1.18. 8 


•Josiah Drake 


14 


1.4 


18. 8 






1.18. 8 



Nathl. Filmore, Lieut. 

Bennington, Nov. 28, 1781. Personally appears Lt. Nathl. 
Filmore and makes solemn oath that the above pay roll is just and 
true. Isaac Tichenor, Jus. Peace. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, Dec. 20, 1781. The above pay 
roll being approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 
the amount of ^^102. 6.1. Isaac Tichenor, ) p^_,ee 

Amo« Fassett, f ^""^ 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, Dec. 29, 1781. Rec'd. of 
Treasurer the contents of the within order, being ;,^102.6.1. 

Nathl, Filmore, Lt. 



the 



[306] 



\Capt. Joseph Safford's Company] 



Pay Roll of Capt. Joseph Safford's Company of Militia in Col. 
Eben"" Walbridge's Regiment in an Alarm to Castleton, commenc- 
ing the 14th October, 1781, and ending the 31st, both days 
included. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


Capt. Joseph Safford 


18 


60 


7. 0. 


Lt. Wm. Henry 


10 


60 


3. 3. 


" Jona. Scott 


18 


60 


4.18. 


Sergt. M. Rufus Branch 


11 


60 


1.17. 5 


■" Nathl. Lawrence 


15 


60 


2. 3. 9 


*' • Archelaus Tupper 


9 


60 


1.14. 3 


** Roswell Mosely [Msley] 


18 


60 


2. 8. 6 


" Jeremiah Bingham 


11 


60 


1.17. 5 


Clerk, Joseph Haskell 


14 


60 


2. 2. 2 


Corpl. Josiah Brush 


11 


60 


1.15. 7 


" Ezekiel Brewster 


15 


60 


2. 1. 3 



488 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


Fifer Jonas Abbot 


9 


60 


1.12. 9 


Silas Walbridge 


15 


60 


2. 0. 


Samuel Holmes 


15 


60 


2. 0. 


Jonah Brewster 


15 


60 


2. 0. 


Ammi Fuller 


14 


60 


1.18. 8 


Amasa Cady 


18 


60 


2. 4. 


Charles Cushman 


16 


60 


. 2. 1. 4 


Macy Branch 


15 


60 


2. 0. 


Levy Hathaway 


15 


60 


2. 0. 


Gideon House 


15 


60 


2. 0. 


Stephen House 


15 


60 


2. 0. 


David Cutler 


18 


60 


2. 4. 


Reuben Cook 


15 


60 


2. 0. 


Francis Story 


18 


60 


2. 4. 


Alexander Carr 


18 


60 


2. 4. 


John Holmes 


15 


60 


2. 0. 


George Place 


10 


60 


1.13. 4 


Darius Tupper 


12 


60 


1.16. 


Saml. Brushel 


18 


60 


2. 4. 


Wm. Henry, Jr. 


18 


60 


2. 4. 


Isaac Rice [R5'^ce^ 


15 


60 


2. 0. 


Thomas Matteson 


18 


60 


2. 4. 


Andrew Ferrin 


18 


60 


2. 4. 


Jacob Parker 


15 


60 


2. 0. 


Aaron Denio 


14 


60 


1.18. 8 


Saml, Blackmer 


. 6 


60 


1. 8. 


Eleazer Wright 


11 


60 


1.14. 8 


Saml. Atwood, Jr. 


13 


60 


1.17. 4 


Ephraim Marble 


15 


60 


2. 0. 


David Wentworth 


15 


60 


2. 0. 


Ephraim Smith 


11 


60 


1.14. 8 


Solomon Walbridge 


11 


60 


1.14. 8 


Asa Walbridge 


6 


60 


1. 8. 


Walter Cady 


6 


60 


1. 8. 


David Clark 


11 


60 


1.14. 8 


Erastus flathaway 


' 11 


60 


1.14. 8 


Joshua Hathaway 


11 


60 


1.14. 8 


Lemuel Scott 


11 


60 


1.14. 8 


John Alexander, Jr. 









REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



489 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Total 


Sam]. Saflford, Jr. 


8 


60 


1.10. 8 


Jude Weeks 


8 


60 


1.10. 8 


John Stuait 


11 


60 


1.14. 8 


Erastiis Safford 


11 


60 


1.14. 8 


Willson Rowleson 


9 


60 


1.12. 


Benj. Hulbard 


11 


60 


1.14. 8 


Osten [AustjinPJ Stiles 


11 


60 


1.14 8 


Eben"" Babcock 


11 


60 


1.14. 8 


Levi Miller 


11 


60 


1.14. 8 


James Greenflit 


8 


60 


1.10. 8 


Aaron Demming 


9 


60 


1.12. 8 


Benj. Demming 


9 


60 


1.12. 


Zebulon Baker 


11 


60 


1.14. 8 


Saml. Whitcob 


8 


60 


1.10. 8 


Martin Follet 


11 


60 


1.14. 8 


Eben^ Spencer 


11 


60 


1.14. 8 


Moses Scott 


11 


60 


1.14. 8 


Eliphalet Stickney 


11 


60 


1.14. 8 


Henry Parker 


11 


60 


1.14. 8 


Rob*^ Cochran 


11 


60 


1.14. 8 


Jacob Safford 


8 


60 


1.10. 8 


Nathan Billing 


8 


60 


1.10. 8 


Moses Robinson, Jr. 


8 


60 


1.10. 8 


Leml. Pratt 


11 


60 


1.14. 8 


Phelix Orgurs [Augurs?] 


11 


60 


1.14. 8 


David Safford 


8 


60 


1.10. 8 


Peter Smith 


15 


60 


2. 0. 


Zenas Ashley 


14 


60 


1.13. 8 


Caleb Pratt 


11 


60 


1.14. 8 


Mingo Black 


18 


60 


2. 4. 


Willard Green 


9 


60 


1.12. 


Aaron Hubbel 


18 


60 


2. 4. 


Jehiel Smith 


9 


60 


1.12. 


David Fay 


18 


60 


2. 4. 


Saml. Montague 


8 


60 


1.10. 8 
£ 167. 0. 9 



Joseph Safford, Capt. 



490 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Pay Table Office, Jan. 3, 1781. The above pay roll being- 
approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay the sum to Capt. 
Safford or order, being the sum of one hundred and sixty-seven 
pounds 9*^. Isaac Tichenor, f ^ 

Tim° Brownson, ) 

Reed, of the Treasurer Jan. 3, 1782, the contents of this order,' 
being ;,^167. 0.9 lawful money. Jos. Safford, Capt. 



[279] 



[Capt Joseph Safford' s Company (part)] 



Pay Roll for some men belonging to Capt. Joseph Safford's 
Company of Militia, who were out in the alarms to Saratoga and 
Castleton last campaign, and was through mistake left out of the 
rolls made for them alarms. 



Names 


Days 


Prday 


Amt. 
wages 


Miles 


Amt. 
travel 


Total 


John Alexander 
John Stewart 
Paul Pratt 
Joel Henry 
Reuben Cook 


2 
2 
6 
6 
6 


1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 


2.8 

2.8 

8. 

8. 

8. 


32 
32 
60 
60 
60 


10.8 

10.8 

1. 0.0 

1. 0.0 

1. 0.0 


13.4 

13.4 

1. 8.0 

1. 8.0 

1. 8.0 




^o.lO.& 



Jos. SaflFord, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, June 8, 1782. The above acct, 
being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay to Capt. 
Joseph Safford or order, the sum of five pounds ten shillings and 
eight pence. Isaac Tichenor, ) ^ 

Nathl. Brush, \ Committee. ^ 



Sunderland, .Sept. 6, 
tents of the within order. 



1783. Reed, of the 



Treasurer the con-^ 
Jona. Fisk. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



491 



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Names and Rank 


Saml. Robinson, Lt, Col. 
Noble Everest, Chaplain 
Oliver Bigloe, Surgeon 

Gibbs, Surgeon's Mate 
Amos Kellogg, Adjutant 
Silas Robinson, Qu. Master 





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492 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[263] 



[^Capt. Lemuel Gary's Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Lemuel Gary's Company in Col. John 
Abbot's Regiment in a Regiment of Foot of the State of Vermont, 
from the 23<^ of Oct. to the 6*'' of Nov. 1781, in an alarm at 
Castleton. 



Names 


Days 


P^ day 

0.6.8 


Miles 


P^ 

mile 


Total 


Capt. Lemuel Cary 


14 


60 


4d 


5.13.4 


Lt. James Stephens 


14 


4.3 


60 


4 


3.19.6 


En. Moses Barnet 


14 


4.3 


60 


4 


3.19.6 


Sergt. Gose Quackingbush 


14 


1.7 


60 


4 


2. 2.2 


Nathl. Barnet 


14 


1.4 


52 


4 


1.18.8 


John Webb 


14 


1.4 


52 


4 


1.16.0 


Jedediah Sherman 


14 


1.4 


52 


4 


1.16.0 


James Smith 


14 . 


1.4 


52 


4 


1.16.0 


Saml. Williamson 


14 


1.4 


52 


4 


1.16.0 


Henr)'^ Lewis 


14 


1.4 


52 


4 


1.16.0 


Philip Marble 


14 


1.4 


52 


4 


1.16.0 


John Green 


14 


1.4 


52 


4 


1.16.0 


Jonathan Hadlock 


14 


1.4 


52 


4 


1.16.0 


Daniel Holenbeck 


14 


1.4 


52 


4 


1.16.0 


Obadiah Wilkins 


14 


1.4 


52 


4 


1.16.0 


John Bevee 


14 


1.4 


52 


4 


1.16.0 


Benj. Palmer 


14 


1.4 


52 


4 


1.16.0 




^39. 5.2 



Attest, Lemuel Cary, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, March l'\ 1782. The above 
account being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to 
pay to Capt. Lemuel Cary, or order, the sum of thirty-nine pounds 
five shillings and two pence. 



Isaac Tichenor, 
Nathl. Br 



lenor, ) 
Lish, 5 



Committee. 



Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, July 16, 1782. Reed, of Ira 
Allen, Treasurer, the contents of this order. 

Saml. Safford. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



493 



[257] 



[Lieut Peter Baker's Company] 



A Pay Roll of Lieut. Peter Baker*s Company in Col. John 
Abbot's Regiment of Foot of the State of Vermont in an Alarm to 
Skeensborough, from the SS*^ day of October to the 6'^ of Novem- 
ber, 1781. 



Names 


Days 


P^ day 
4.3 


Miles 


pr 

mile 


Total 


Peter Baker, Lt. 


12 


5Q . 


4d 


3. 9. 8 


Peletiah Rice; En. 


14 


4.3 


60 


4 


3.19. 6 


John Ryon, Sergt. 


15 


1.7 


60 


4 


2. 3. 9 


David Earl, 


13 


1.7 


56 


4 


1.19. 3 


Russell Graves, " 


15 


1.7 


60 


4 


2. 3. 9 


Saml. Shipman, Clerk 


15 


1.7 


60 


4 


2. 3. 9 


William Hill, Corpl. 


14 


1.5 


60 


4 


1.19.10 


John Waldo, 


5 


1.5 


30 


4 


0.17. 1 


Benjamin Scott, " 


12 


1.4 


5Q 


4 


1.14. 8 


John Marsh' 
Hezekiah Munro 


14 


1.4 


60 


4 


1.18. 8 


13 


1.4 


56 


4 


1.15. 


John Cok 


15 


1.4 


60 


4 


2. 0. 


Saml. Jordan [Sordam] 


2 


1.4 


16 


4 


0. 7.10 


Richard Crego 


15 


1.4 


60 


4 


2. 0. 


John Rice 


12 


1.4 


b& 


4 


1.14. 8 


David Hurd 


3 


1.4 


16 


4 


0. 9. 4 


Thomas Burch 


14 


1.4 


60 


4 


1.18. 8 


John Barsly 


10 


1.4 


50 


4 


1.10. 
^34. 5. 5 



Attest, Peter Baker, Lieut. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, March 1, 1782. The above 

account being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to 

pay the sura of thirty-four pounds five shillings and five pence, to 

Lieut. Peter Baker or order. 

I.saac Tichenor, } ^ ;<-4.„^ 

TVT 4.t,i o u r Committee. 
Nathl. Brush, \ 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, July 16, 1782. Reed, of Ira 
Allen, Treasurer, the contents of this order. 

;^34.5.5 Saml. Safford. 



494 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[315] [^Capt. Nathan Delano's Compa?iy\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Nathan Delano's Company of Militia of 
Col. John Abbot's Regiment in the service of the State of Ver- 
mont, at the Alarm in Oct. 1781, commencing, the 23** of October 
and ending- the 6*^^ day of November, 1781. 











Pay 8 




Names 


Miles 


Pr 
mile 


Days 


days ra- 
tions 


Amount 




60 


4d 


14 


incl. 




Capt. Nathan Delano 


6.8 


5.13. 4 


Lt. Roswell Chapman 


60 


4 


14 


4.3 


3.19. 6 


Sergt. Jacob Rosevelt 


60 


4 


14 


1.7 


2. 2. 2 


" Jona. Rowell [Powel] 


35 


4 


4 


1.7 


0.18. 


Corpl. John Hogse [Hoxie T_ 


60 


4 


8 


1.5 


1.11. 8 


Joshua Hogse 


60 


4 


8 


1.4 


1.10. 8 


Cunrod Pecket [Rickety 


60 


4 


15 


1.4 


2. 0. 


John T. Ostrander 


60 


4 


8 


1.4 


1.10. 8 


Peter Ostrander 


60 


4 


15 


1.4 


2. 0. 


William Cass [Calf] 


60 


4 


15 


1.4 


2. 0. 


Daniel York 


60 


4 


15 


1.4 


2. 0. 


George Wells 


60 


4 


11 


1.4 


1.14. 8 


Luke Van Ornum 


60 


4 


9 


1.4 


1.12. 


Israel Clark 


60 


4 


15 


1.4 


2. 0. 


Corpl. Richard Sharp 


50 


4 


12 


1.5 


1.13. 8 


Robert Hard [Hand] 


15 


4 


2 


1.7 


0. 8. 2 


Sergt. John Ricord 


15 


4 


2 


1.7 


0. 8. 2 


George Ricord, Drm'' 


15 


4 


2 


1.5 


0. 7.11 


Ludel Maps 


15 


4 


2 


1.4 


0. 7. 8 


Thomas Gilbert 


15 


4 


2 


1.4 


0. 7. 8 


Abram [Alvah] Fudenbrouk 


15 


4 


2 


1.4 


0. 7. 8 


Thomas Powel 


30 


4 


3 


1.4 


0.14. 


John Fudenbrouk 


30 


4 


3 


1.4 


0.14. 


Peter Van Strander, Jr. 


30 


4 


3 


1.4 


0.14. 




;^36.16.7 



Nathan Delano, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, Feb. 18, 1782. The within Pay 
Roll being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay 
unto Capt. Nathan Delano, or his order, the sum of thirty-six 
pounds fifteen shillings and six pence. 

Nathl. Brush, j ^ ... 

Isaac Tichenor, } Committee. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



495 



Bennington, Feb. 27. 1782. Reed, of Ira Allen Esq. Treas- 
urer, the contents of the above order, being thirty-six pounds fif- 
teen shillings and seven pence, lawful money. 

^36.15.7 Nathan Delano, Capt. 

[ LIO] [Capt. John Robinson s Compatiy] 

A Pay Roll of Capt. John Robinson's Company of Militia in 
Col. John Abbott's Regiment in the State of Vermont, for services 
in said state, in an alarm to the Frontiers, under the orders of 
Brig. Gen. Enos, at Skeensboro', Oct. 25, 1781. 







n3 




<X1 




«.9 
a 

.2 -a a 


o 




■ Names 


to 


P. 


03 


CM 

% 


. ratio 
ished 
Ives ii 


imt. ra 

urnish 

can 


-J >-' 


Total 




<s 


a 


t^H 


u 


op® 


■^"M 


pm 






tt 


^ 


^ 


H 


^ » 








W" Eoss, Lieut. 


14 


4/3 


60 


/4 


8 


5/4 


/8 


4. 4.10 


Matthew Eandall, En, 










8 


5/4 




4. 4.10 


J ohn Randall, Sergt. 




1/7 






8 


5/4 




2. 7. 6 


Abel Lewis, " 


8 




46 










1. 8. 


Jason Babcock, " 


14 




60 




8 


5/4 




2. 7. 6 


Amiel Alger, " 










8 


5/4 




2. 7. 6 


Stephen Randall 




1/4 






8 


5/4 




2. 4. 


Peter Crandell 










8 


5/4 




2. 4. 


Tlios. Reynolds 










8 


5/4 




2. 4. 


John Church 


11 








5 


3/4 




1.18. 


Christian Kelder 


4 




20 










0.12. 


W"' Welch 


2 




12 










0. 6. 8 


Augustus Lewis 


4 




20 










0.12. 




^27. 0.10 



W"' Ross, Lieut. 

Pay Table Office, Dec. 20, 1782. The within roll being ex- 
amined and approved, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay 
unto Lt. William Ross the amount thereof, being the sum of 
twenty-seven pounds /lO lawful money. 

J?.^° St^°°§^' i Committee. 

Timothy Brownson, ) 

Rec"^ of Ira Allen, Esq., Treasurer, the sum of twenty-seven 
pounds and ten pence, lawful money, in full of the within. 
Arlington, Dec. 21, 1782. 
^27. 0.10. W-" Ross. 



496 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[311] \Capt. Martin Dudley s Coinpany\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Martin Dudley's Company of Militia of 
Col. John Abbot's Regiment for services in the Alarm at Castleton 
in Oct. 1781, commencing the 23*^ of Oct. and ending Nov. 9, 1781. 



Names 


Miles 


Pr mile 


Days 


Pay pr day 
and rations 


Total 


Capt. Martin Dudley- 


60 


4d 


17 


0.6.8 


6.13. 4 


Lieut. Thos. Horth 


60 


4 


9 


4.3 


2.18. 3 


En. James Williamson 


60 


4 


9 


4.3 


2.18. 3 


Sergt. John Patton 


52 


4 


9 


1.7 


1.11.11 


" David Parce 


60 


4 


10 


1.7 


1.15.10 


Richard Powell 


30 


4 


5 


1.4 


0.16. 8 


David Vallans 


33 


4 


4 


1.4 


0.16. 4 


David Ransom 


60 


4 


10 


1.4 


1.13. 4 


Caleb Parker 


60 


4 


10 


1.4 


1.13. 4 


Eben' Arnold 


52 


4 


9 


1.4 


1. 9. 4 


Elisha Turner 


42 


4 


4 


1.4 


0.19. 4 


Timothy Hu^h 


42 


4 


4 


1.4 


0.19. 4 


Solomon Miller 


40 


4 


4 


1.4 


0.18. 4 


Saml. Hadlok 


52 


4 


9 


1.4 


0. 9. 4 


Garrit [Gunit] Bovea 


52 


4 


9 


1.4 


0. 9. 4 


John Waldo 


52 


4 


9 


1.4 


0. 9. 4 




£2^.\\. 7 



Martin Dudley, Capt. 

The above pay roll attested before me 

Isaac Tichenor, Justice of Peace. 

Pay Table Office. Bennington, Feb. 18, 1782. The above 
account being approved, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay 
the sum of twenty-nine pounds eleven shillings and seven pence to 
Capt. Martin Dudley or order. 

Isaac Tichenor, » p g^ 
Nathl. Brush, j ^^^ 

Bennington, Feb. 27, 1782. Reed, of Ira Allen, Esq. Treas- 
urer, the contents of the within order, being twenty-nine pounds 
eleven shillings and seven pence, lawful money. 

Martin Dudley, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



497 



[31] l^Capt. William Sharp's Compajiy] 

A Pay Roll of Capt. W" Sharp's Company, Col. John Abbot's 
Reg', in a Reg*- of Foot of the State of Vermont, in an alarm to 
Skeensborough, from the 23"^ day of October to the 16'" 
November, 1781. 



'th 



of 



Names 


Miles 


Rations 
per day 


No. of 
days 


Amount 








Capt. W°^ Sharp 


60 


0.6.8 


14 


5.13. 4 


Geo. Milliman, Lt. 


60 


4.3 


14 


3.19. 6 


W" Wallworth, En° 


60 


4.3 


14 


3.19. 6 


Levi Basley, Sergt. 


60 


1.7 


14 


2. 2. 2 


John Crarey, " 


60 


1.7 


14 


2. 2. 2 


Danl. Holey, Corp. 


60 


1.5 


14 


1.19.10 


Abiel Blowers, " 


60 


1.5 


10 


1.14. 4 


Joseph Holey 


60 


1.4 


14 


1.18. 8 


John Milliman 


51 


1.4 


14 


1.15. 8 


Jona. Covett 


60 


l.i 


14 


1.18. 8 


Isaac Hogs 


60 


1.4 


10 


1.13. 4 


Low Tirdam [Sirdam] 


60 


1.4 


14 


1.18. 8 


David Laten 


60 


1.4 


14 


1.18. 8 


Saml. Whitman 


60 


1.4 


10 


1.13. 4 


Jos. Rhusel 


60 


1.4 


14 


1.18. 8 


Elijah Rhusel 


60 


1.4 


14 


1.18. 8 


Eliack Blowers 


60 


1.4 


14 


1.18. 8 


Saml. Suidam 








;^39.13. 8 



^39.13.8 



John Abbot, Col. 



Bennington, June 8, 1782. Personally appears John Abbot, 
Col., signer to the within pay roll and makes oath that the same is 
just and true, without fraud to this State or any individual. 

Moses Robinson, Asst. 



Pay Table Office, Bennington, Feb. 24, 1784. The within roll 
examined and approved and the Treasurer of the State of Vermont 
is directed to pay the same being ;^39.13.8 lawful money to Capt. 
W"* Sharp or bearer. Timo. Brownson, 

Saml. Bartlit, 



j-Co 



m' 



Treas. Office, Feb. 25, 1784. 
the contents of the above order. 



Rec'd of L Allen, Treasurer, 
W^ Sharp, Capt. 



[32] 



498 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[358] 



\Capt. Augustine O dell's Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Augustin Odel's Company in Col. John 
Abbott's Regiment of Militia, which was called out in an alarm the 
19th of October, 1781, by the State of Vermont. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


P-^ day 


Milage 


Rations 


Total 


Augustin Odel, Capt, 


18 


60 


5.4 


1, 0.0 


1. 4.0 


7. 0.0 


Asa Lewis, Lt. 


18 


60 


3.7 


1. 0.0 


0.12.0 


4.16.6 


Joshua Eandal, En. 


18 


60 


3.7 


1. n.o 


0.12.0 


4.16.6 


Caleb Hakes, Sergt. 


18 


60 


1.7 


1. 0.0 




2. 8.6 


John Babcock, " 


18 


60 


1.7 


1. 0.0 




2. 8.6 


Elemuel Stewart, " 


18 


60 


1.7 


1. 0.0 




8. 8.6 


George Hakes, Corpl. 


18 


60 


1.5 


1. 0.0 




2. 6.8 


Henry Lewis, " 


18 


60 


1.5 


1. 0.0 




2. 6.8 


Walter Worden 


18 


60 


1.4 


1. 0.0 




2. 4.0 


Jacob Lampman 


18 


60 


1.4 


1. 0.0 




2. 4.0 


Francis Burns 


18 


60 


1.4 


1. 0.0 




2. 4.0 


Stephen Card 


18 


60 


1.4 


1. 0.0 




2. 4.0 


William Reynolds 


18 


60 


1.4 


1. 0.0 




2. 0.0 


Benjamin Corey 


18 


60 


1.4 


1. 0.0 




2. 4.0 


Hendrick Weasonhouse 


18 


60 


1.4 


1. 0.0 




2. 4.0 


Phillip Crellior 


18 


60 


1.4 


1. 0.0 




2. 4.0 


Daniel Young 


18 


60 


1.4 


1. 0.0 




2. 4.0 


Zenas Willis 


18 


60 


1.4 


0. 4.8 




8.8 


William Sanford 


18 


60 


1.4 


0.10.0 




18. 


Ab"" Lampbam [Lampman] 


18 


60 


1.4 


1. 0.0 




2. 4.0 


Ephraim Whittaker 


18 


60 


1.4 


1. 0.0 




2. 4.0 


Sila.s Brown 


18 


60 


1.4 


1. 0.0 




2. 4.0 


Joseph Barronhart 


18 


60 


1.4 


1. 0.0 




2. 4.0 


John Eeynolds 


18 


60 


1.4 


1. 0.0 




2, 4.0 


Gilbert Worden 


18 


60 


1.4 


1. 0.0 




2. 4.0 


James Case 


18 


60 


1.4 


1. 0.0 




2. 4.0 


John Reynolds, Jr. 


18 


60 


1.4 


1. 0.0 




3. 4.0 




m. 2.6 



Augustine Odell, Capt. 

Manchester, Oct. 19, 1782. Personally appeared Augustine 
Odel and made solemn oath to the truth of the within Pay Roll. 

Sworn before me, John Strong, Justice of Peace. 

Pay Table Office, 22-^ Oct. 1782. The within pay roll examined 
and approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to Capt. 
Augustine Odel or bearer, it being sixty-seven pounds, 2/6. 

^. T3 r Committee. 

Timo. Brownson, ) 

Treasurer's Office, Manchester, Oct. 23, 1782. Reed, of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order, in behalf of Capt. 
Augustine Odel. 

;^67.2.6 Joshua Babcock. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



499 



[73] 



\^Capt. Nicholas Sharpens Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Nicholas Sharpe's Company in Col. John 
Abbet's Regiment out in an Alarm to Skeensboro' with Gen. Enos, 
in October, 1781. 



Names 


Days 
in ser- 


No. 
miles 


No. 


Wages 


Total 




vice 


out 
50 


rations 


pr day 




George Milliman, Lt. 


17 


13 


0.4.3 


4.17.7 


William Walsworth, En. 


17 








4.3 


4.17.7 


Levi Basley, Sergt. 


17 








1.7 


2.12.8 


John Carriway, " 


17 








1.7 


2.12.8 


David Armstrong, " 


17 








1.5 


2.12.8 


Danl. Holley, Corpl. 


17 








1.5 


2. 9.0 


John Milliman, " 


,17 








1.5 


2. 9.5 


Bial Blowers, 


17 








1.4 


2. 9.5 


W" Blowers 


17 








1.4 


2. 8.0 


EUeck Blowers 


17 








1.4 


2. 8.0 


Jona. Russell 


17 








l.i 


2. 8.0 


Elijah Russell 


17 








1.4 


2. 8.0 


Low Surdam 


17 








1.4 


2. 8.0 


Lump Surdam 


17 








1.4 


2. 8.0 


Thomas Latton 


17 








1.4 


2. 8.0 


Thomas Latton, Jr. 


17 








1.4 


2. 8.0 


Robert Patterson 


17 








1.4 


2. 8.0 


John Blass 


17 








1.4 


2. 8.0 


Saml. Whitman 


17 








1.4 


2. 8.0 


Saml. Latham 


17 








1.4 


2. 8.0 


Saml. Siffon 


17 




. 




1.4 


2. 8.0 


Elias Millard 


17 








1.4 


2. 8.0 


Thomas Hill 


17 








1.4 


2. 8.0 


Isaac Hogg 


17. 








1.4 


2. 8.0 


Jonathan Covel 


17 








1.4 


2. 8.0 


Saml. Surdam 


17 








1.4 


2. 8.0 












;^68. 5.5 



Test, George Milliman, Lt. 

Pay Table Office, April 4, 1783. 

The within pay roll examined and approved, the Treasurer is 
directed to pay the same to George Milliman or bearer, it being 
sixty-eight pounds five shillings and five pence. 

^68-5-5 Jo^^ St^o^g. I Committee. 

Timo'^ Brownson, j 

April 5, 1783. Reed, of L Allen, Treasurer, the contents of 
this order. George Willam. 



500 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[5i70] 



[CV/. John Abbot's Regiment — Officers\ 



A Pay Roll of the Field and Staff Officers in Col. John Abbot's 
Regiment of Militia in the service of the State of Vermont, com- 
mencing the 23<^ day of October and ending the 9'^ Nov. 1781, in 
the Alarm to Skeensboro' and Castleton. 



Names 


Days 

14 
18 
14 
13 
14 


Pr day 


Miles 


Pr mile 


No. 
rations 


Pay for 
rations 


Total 


John Abbot, Col. 
Benj. Kandall, Lt. Col. 
Joel Abbot, Major 
Rufus John [son], Adjt. 
Saml. Lewis, Qu. M. 


0.10.0 
8. 
6.8 
3.7 
3.7 


60 
60 
60 
56 
56 


4d 

4 
4 
4 
4 


4 
4 
3 
1 
1 


8-^ 

8 

8 

8 

8 


9.17.4 
10. 1.4 
7. 1.4 
3.10.7 
3.18.1 




/34. 8.8 



Attest. 



John Abbot, Col. 



Pay Table Office, Bennington, March 1^', 1782. The above 
account being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay 
the sum of thirty-four pounds eight shillings and eight pence, to 
Col. John Abbot or order, Isaac Tichenor, 

Nathl. Brush, 



Committee. 



Pay the above to Jed. Hyde and my receipt shall answer the 
same. John Abbot, Col. 

^.th March, 1782. Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the 
syithin pay roll, by the hand of the Governor, in behalf of John 
Abbot. 

;,^34.8.8 Jed. Hyde. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



501 



[317] [Capf. John Dater's Company] 

A Pay Roll of Capt. John Dater's Company in Col. Cornelius 
Doty's Reg' of Militia, for service done for the State of Vermont 
in an alarm from the 30*^ [13th?] of October to the 17*^, 1781. 



Names 


Miles 


Days 


Pr day 


Amount 


John Dater, Capt. 


20 


4 


6.8 


1.12.4 


Patrick Agan, Lt. 


20 


4 


4.3 


1. 3.5 


John Dick, Ensign 


20 


4 


4.3 


1. 3.5 


H. Wm. Croneberger, Clerk 


20 


4 


1.7 


13.0 


Abraham Hopp, Sergt. 


20 


4 


1.7 


13.0 


Abraham Catzeback, C. 


20 


4 


1.5 


12.4 


Henry Rineberger 


20 


4 


1.4 


12.0 


William Frazier 


20 


4 


do 


12.0 


Walter Wilson 


20 


4 




12.0 


Nicholas Shifer 


20 


4 




12.0 


Alex^ Outhhout 


20 


4 




12.0 


Peter Henner 


20 


4 




12.0 


Henry Shiffer 


20 


4 




12.0 


Henry Dater 


20 


4 




12.0 


Jacob Nehr 


20 


4 




12.0 


Martines Henner 


20 


4 




12.0 


John B. Henner 


20 


4 




12.0 


Christian Shiffer 


20 


4 




12.0 


Peter Roseberger 


20 


4 


■■ ' 


12.0 


Jacob Gerngross 


20 


4 




12.0 




;^14. 5.6 




P 
D 


owder i 
ue 


ind lead 


8. 2.0 




^6. 3.6 



John Dater, Captain. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, 1st June, 1782. The above 
pay-roll being examined and approved, the Treasurer is hereby 
directed to pay Capt. John Dater the same, it being six pounds 
three shillings and six pence. Nathl. Brush, ) 

Isaac Tichenor, j 



Committee. 



Norwich, June 7, 1785. 
tents of the within order. 



Reed, of I. Allen, Treasurer, the con- 
Moses Robinson, 
in behalf of Capt. Daters. 



502 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[91] \Capt. William Shepard's Company\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. W™ Shepard's Company, Col. Cornelius 
Douty's Reg* in a Regiment of Foot of the State of Vermont, 
from the 12*'' c3ay of October to the 3'^ day of November, 1781, to 
Castleton. 



Names and Rank 


ys in 
rvice 


•y per 
Y and 
tions 


> 


a 


Amount 




03 <u 


i° ai "3 


u 


\-, 






Q\ m 


d.^ <- 


H 


cu 




Capt. W^ Shepard 


14 


6/8 


31 


4d 


5. 3. 8 


En. Saml. Eastwood 


14 


4/3 


31 






3. 9.10 


Sergt. Rice Honeywell 


14 


1/7 


31 






1.12. 6 


Jos. Martin 


14 


1/7 


31 






1.12. 6 


" Titus Munson 


14 


1/7 


31 






1.12. 6 


" Solo. Datcher 


14 


1/7 


31 






1.12. 6 


Willerstone West 


14 


1/4 


31 






1. 9. 


Josiah Carpenter 


14 


1/4 


31 






1. 9. 


Thomas Adkins 


14 


1/4 


31 






1. 9. 


Joseph Benedict 


14 


1/4 


31 






1. 9. 


Jas. Macclarren 


14 


1/4 


31 






1. 9. 


Jacob Neere 


14 


1/4 


31 






1. 9. 


Nicholas Skrere 


14 


1/4 


31 






1. 9. 


David Wilcox 


14 


1/4 


31 






1. 9. 


W"^ Tompson 


14 


1/4 


31 






1. 9. 


David Bennett 


5 


1/4 


31 






0.17. 


Matthew Hubble 


14 


1/4 


31 






1. 9. 


Lawrence Dutcher 


14 


1/4 


31 






1. 9. 


AbebMerrit 


14 


1/4 


31 






1. 9. 












^33. 8. 6 



Attest, William Shepard, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington. March l^\ 1782. The above 
pay roll being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to 
pay unto Capt. W™ Shepard or order the sum of thirty-three 
pounds eight shillings and six pence. 

Isaac Tichenor, ) p ee 
Nathl. Brush, f ^^^ 

Treasurer's Office, June 14, 1783. Received of Ira Allen, Esq., 
Treasurer, the contents of the within order in behalf of Capt. 
W"^ Shepard. Israel Shepard. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



503 



[2661 



[? Capt. Henry Vanderhoff's Company ] 



\^Note. The caption or head of this roll appears to have been 
torn off from the original paper, and is not to be found. C. L. 
Knapp.] 

\_Note — The following: heading — torn off — was found b)' me, 
namely : 

"A Pay Roll of Capt. Henry Vanderhoof's Company, Col. 
Doty's Regt. a regiment of foot of the State of Vermont fr. the 
25th of Oct. to the fifth of Nov. 1781." F. F. Merrill.] 

[This roll is filed on the back: "Capt. Henry Vanderhofs 
^10.0.10 Feb. 16, 1784 Capt. Jacob Lansing." 

Attest. C. L. Knapp.] 



Names 


Miles 


P' mile 


Days 


Total 


Lt. Mart. Weatherwax 
Sergt. Henry Grawberger 
Peter Grawberger 
George Wetsel 
Barnard Ziperly 
Jacob Ziperly 


40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 


4d 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 


3. 4. 4 
1.12.10 
1. 9. 4 
1. 9. 4 
0.19. 8 
1. 9. 4 




1 


;,^10. 10 



Pay Table Office, Sunderland. Feb. 16, 1784. 

The above pay roll examined and approved, the Treasurer is 
directed to pay the same, being ten pounds ten pence, to Capt. 
Vanderhoof or bearer. Timo. Brownson, 



Saml. Bartlit, 



[Co 



mmittee. 



Sunderland, Feb. 16, 1784. Reed, of the Treasurer the con- 
tents of the above order in behalf of Capt. Vanderhofs. 

^10.0.10 ■ Jacob Cummings. 



504 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[14] 



[^Capt. John Daier's Company'] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. John Dater's Company and Col. Cornelius 
Doty's Regiment, for service in an Alarm the 23^ of October 1781, 
going as far as Rupert and then returning to Filestown the 4th of 
Nov. A.D. 1781. 



Names 


Miles travel 


No. Days 


Amount 


Capt. John Dater 


50 


13 


5. 3. 4 


En. John Dick 




13 


3.11.11 


Sergt. John Combs 




13 


1.17. 3 


" Abrah"" Hopp 




13 


1.17. 3 


*' Jacob Rossaberger 




13 


1.17. 3 


Corpl. Abr" Catosaback 




13 


1.15. 1 


Barnett Mour 




13 


1.14. 


Nicholas Shiffer 




13 


1.14. 


Alex'' Outhout 




13 


1.14. 


Peter Haner 




13 


1.14. 


Henry Shififer 




13 


1.14. 


Henry Dater 




13 


1.14. 


Jacob Near 




33 


1.14. 


John Heaner 




13 


1.14. 


Christian Sheffer 




13 


1.14. 


¥red^ Bonesteel 




13 


1.14. 


Peter Rosaberger 




13 


1.14. 


Jacob Garngross 




13 


1.14. 




^30.10. 1 



John Daters, Captain. 

Pay Table OfiSce, Bennington, June 1, 1783. The Treasurer is 
hereby directed to pay the amount of the within pay roll to Capt. 
John Daters or order, being thirty-six pounds, ten shillings and 
one penny. Isaac Tichenor, ) p ^^ 

■ Nathl. Brush, \ ^°^^ 

Norwich, June 7, 1785. Rec'd of I. Allen, Treasurer, the con- 
tents of the within order. Moses Robinson, 

in behalf of Capt. Daters. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



605 



[59] \Capt. Shadrach Phelps' Company\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Shadrach Phelps' Company, Col. Cor- 
nelius Doug^hty's Regiment in a Regiment of foot of the State of 
Vermont, from the 23"^ day of October to the 3*^ of November in 
the Alarm at Castle.ton, [1781]. 



Names and Rank 


Days in 
service 


Pay per 
day and 
rations 


Miles 
travel 


Pay per 
mile 


Amount 


Capt. Shadrach Phelps 


14 


6/8 


40 


4d 


5. 6. 8 


lit. Edw"* Henderson 


14 


4/8 


40 


4 


3.12.10 


Ens" Hendrick Jackson 


14 


4/3 


40 


4 


3.12.10 


Sergt. Jas. Butten 


14 


1/7 


40 


4 


1.15. 6 


♦' Job Paddock 


14 


1/7 


40 


4 


1.15. 6 


" Jabez Griswold 


14 


1/7 


40 


4 


1,15. 6 


" Philip Vely 


14 


1/7 


40 


4 


1.15. 6 


Corpl. Jer'' Soiiles 


14 


1/5 


40 


4 


1.13. 2 


" John Strow 


14 


1/5 


40 


4 


1.13. 2 


Nathi Barns 


14 


1/4 


40 


4 


1.12. 


David Griswold 


14 


1/4 


40 


4 


1.12. 


John Andrew 


14 


1/4 


40 


4 


1.12. 


Thos. Griswold 


14 


1/4 


40 


4 


1.12. 


Jacob Andrew 


14 


1/4 


40 


4 


1.12. 


Enoch Erls 


14 


1/4 


40 


4 


1.12. 


Jas. Tinlow 


14 


1/4 


40 


4 


1.12. 


Saml. Williams 


14 


1/4 


40 


4 


1.12. 


Elisha Sly 


14 


1/4 


40 


4 


1.12. 




;^37. 8. 8 



Attest. 



Shadrach Phelps, Capt. 



Pay Table Office, Bennington Mar. 1, 1782. 
The within pay roll being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby 
■directed to pay unto Capt. Shadrach Phelps the sum of ;^37.8.8. 

Nathl. Brush [ r^^ee 
Isaac Tichenor 



Com' 



Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above order in be- 
half of Capt. Shadrach Phelps and by his order. 

9th March, 1783. Simeon Harmoner. 



506 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[317] 



[Co/. Co7-nelius Douty's Field Officers'] 



A Pay Roll of Col. Cornelius Douty's Field Officers, belonging 
to his Reg* the la^'' Regiment of Foot in General Safford's 
Brigade in the State of Vermont, from the 12*'^ day of October to 
the 3'-'^ day of Nov. 1781. 



Names 


Miles 


Amount 


Rations 


Days 


Amount 


Total 


Col. Cornelius Douty 
Adjt. Nicholas Mosher 
Qu. Master Josiah Root 
Sergt, Major Israel Shepard 


31 
31 
31 
31 


10.4 
10.4 
10.4 
10.4 


42 
21 
21 
21 


23 
23 
14 
23 


11.10.0 
6. 4.0 
4. 2.0 
4. 2.6 


5. 8. 1 
3.12.10 
2.16. 4 




£n.n. 3 



The above named Col. Cornelius Douty personally appeared 
and made oath to the above roll to be true, according to the best of 
his understanding, before me, 

Edward Jewett, Justice of Peace. 

Cornelius Douty, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, 1^' March, 1782. The within 
pay roll being examined, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay 
unto Nicholas Mosher the sum of eleven pounds seventeen shil- 
lings and three pence and no more. 

Nathl. Brush, ) r^^,^i>foo 
T ny- y c Lommittce. 

Isaac Tichenor, \ 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, June 11, 1783. Reed, of Ira 
Allen, Esq. Treasurer, the contents of the above order, for and in 
behalf of Nicholas Mosher. 

^11.17.3 Israel Shepard. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



507 



[94] 



[Ca/>f, John StillwelVs Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. John Stillwell's Company, Col. Cornelius 
Doty's Regiment in the service of the State of Vermont, com- 
mencing the 25''' day of Oct. and ending the g**" day of November, 
both days inclnded, 1781. 



Names 


Days 


M. travel 


Amount 


Lt. Robt. Armstrong 
Ensign W™ Douglas 
Corpl. Joseph Ketchum 

Ganet Miller 
John Pruist 
Renry Burchin 
Samuel Ketchum ) 
with his wagon j 


16 • 
16 

4 
12 
12 
16 

6 


40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
35 


4. 1.4 
4. 1.4 
0.19.0 
1.10.4 
1. 9.4 
1.14.8 
2.14.0 




^16.10.0 



W"" Douglas, Ensign. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, May 3, 1782. 

The within pay roll being examined and approved of, the 
Treasurer is hereby directed to pay unto Robert Armstrong the 
sum of sixteen pounds ten shillings lawful money. 

^16.10.0 Nathl. Brush, I Com" 

Timo. Brownson, | 

Bennington, 3*^ May, 1782. For value received, please pay 
unto Joseph Fay or bearer the contents of the within pay roll. 

William Douglas. 

Received the contents of the above of the Treasurer. 

Joseph Fay. 



508 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[71] 



\Capt. Elijah Galusha's Company {part) ] 



A Pay Roll of a part of Capt. Elijah Galusha's Company of 
Militia in the town of Arlington, who marched for the defence of 
the frontiers of the State of Vermont in the month of October, 
3 781. Arlington, July V\ 1782. 



Names 



Ens" Benj. Bartlit 
Sergt. Saml. Hosford 
Levi Hill 
Jacob Smith 

" Benajah Boardman 
Corpl. Isaac Biitterfield 

" Isaiah Averill 
Elijah Wood 
Jeremiah Wheeler 
Isaac Oatman 
James Arnold 
Levi Arnold 

Josiah Ausgood [Osgood?] 
John Foot 
John Matteson 
George Major 
Josiah Cheney 
W"" Anderson 
Moses Knapp 
Andrew Dunning 
Ichabod Benedict 
Ichabod Bartlit 
John Merrill 
Amasa Pettibone 
George Hill Clark 



Days in 
service 


Pay per 
day 


No. 
miles 


Travel 
pr mile 


1 

Amount 


10 


4/3 
1/7 


45 


/4 


£ 2.17. 6 
1.10.10 
1.10.10 
1.10.10 
1.10.10 


17 
6 


1/5 






1.19. 1 
1. 3. 6 


17 


1/4 






1.17. 8 
1.17. 8 
1.17. 8 
1.17. 8 


13 








1.12. 4 
1.12. 4 


6 








1. 3. 


10 








1. 8. 4 


10 








1. 8. 4 
1. 8. 4 
1. 8. 4 
1. 8. 4 
1. 8. 4 
1. 8. 4 
1. 8. 4 
1. 8. 4 
1. 8. 4 


6 


1/7 






1. 4. 6 
^39. 9. 7 



Pay Table Office, Arlington, Jan. 7, 1782. The within pay 

roll being approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay the sum of 

thirty-nine pounds nine shillings and seven pence to Ensign 
Benjamin Bartlit or his order. 

Isaac Tichenor, 



;£39.9.7 



Timothy Brownson, 



Committee, 



Received of Ira Allen, Esq., Treasurer, the contents of the 
above order, it being thirty-nine pounds three shillings and seven 
pence. Benj. Bartlit, Ensign. 

March 22^ 1782. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



509 



[266] \_Skeensborough Company under Ensign John R. Blanc hard'] 

A Pay Roll of Skeensborough Company commanded by Ensign 
John R. Bl'anchard. Skeensborough, Nov. 1, 1781. 



Names 


Days 


Wages 


Total 


Ensign J. R. Blanchard 


18 


4.3.0 


3.16.6 


Sergt. Solomon S. Clark 


12 


1.7.2/4 


19.6 


'• -Robert Fuller 


12 


1.7.2/4 


19.6 


" Nathl. Miller [Weller] 


12 


1.7.2/4 


19.6 


Fifer Philip Miller 


12 


1.0.2/4 


17.6 


Corpl. Solomon Ausiin 


12 


1.4.0 


17.6 


Samuel Bigelow 


12 


1.4.0 


16.0 


Henry Fuller 


12 


1.4.0 


16.0 


Moses Hervey 


12 


1.4.0 


16.0 


Phineas Hervey 


12 


1.4.0 


16.0 


Timothy Johnson 


6 


1.4.0 


8.0 


Charles Miller 


12 


1.4.0 


16.0 


John McFarrer [McFarsen] 


12 


1.4.0 


16.0 


Ephraim Fuller 


12 


1.4.0 


16.0 


John Thomas 


18 


1.4.0 


4.0 


Samuel Ward 


12 


1.4.0 


16.0 


Eliphalet Thomas 


12 


1.4.0 


16.0 


John Bemas 


12 


1.4.0 


16.0 


Abner Blanchard 


12 


1.4.0 


16.0 


Samuel Thomas 


8 


1.4.0 


10.8 
19.8.8 



John B. Blanchard, En. Com-^' 

Pay Table Office, Manchester, Oct. 22^ 1783. The within pay 
roll being examined and approved, the Treasurer is hereby directed 
to pay the sum of nineteen pounds eight shillings and %^ to ensign 



John R. Blanchard or order. 



Timo. Brownson, 
John Strong, 



Com^ 



NoY. 28, 1782. 



Then the within Pay Roll sworn to before me. 

Timo. Brownson, Asst. 



Sunderland, March 27, 1783. Reed, of Ira Allen, Treasurer, 
the contents of the above order, in behalf of John R. Blanchard. 

W"' Blanchard. 



510 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[356] 



l^Fownal Alarm Company, Capt. Benj. Bates\ 



A Pay Roll of such of the Alarm Company in Pownal as 
marched to Castleton in the alarm in October, 1781, with Capt. 
Benjamin Bates. 



Names 



Capt. Benj. Bates 
Lt. Geo. Parker 

" Joseph Wheeler 
En. Stephen Cummins 
Sergt. Bulah Waldo 

" Moses Perkins 

" Joseph Barber 
Oorpl. Michael Dunning 

" Eben' Seelye 
Elisha Curd 
Benj. Reynolds 
William Potter 
Nathl. Seelye 
Silas Watson 
Oliver Myers 
John Welch 
Amos Potter 
Peter Vosborough 
Daniel Philips 
Abel Matteson 
John Potter 
Peter Barritt 
David Mallory 
Charles Dougherty 



When 


Days 


entered 


m 


service 


service 


Oct. 15 


16 


" 20 


11 


" 18 


13 


" 15 


16 


" 18 


U{ 


" 20 


11 


" 28 


8 


" 18 


13 


" 23 


8 


" 15 


9 


" 15 


9 


" 15 


9 


" 18 


13 


" 20 


11 


" 18 


13 


" 18 


13 


" 20 


11 


" 20 


11 


" 27 


4 


" 27 


4 


" 27 


4 


" 18 


13 


" 27 


4 


" 15 


7 



Amt. 

of 
service 



Miles 



4. 5. 4 

1. 9.11 

2. 6. 7 
2.17. 4 
1. 0. 7 

17. 5 

12. 8 

19. 

11. 8 

12. 
12. 
12. 
17. 4 
17. 8 
17. 4 
17. 4 
14. 8 
14. 8 

5. 4 

5. 4 

5. 4 

17. 4 

5. 4 

9. 4 



70 
70 
73 
70 
72 
70 
70 
70 
70 
70 
70 
70 
70 
70 
70 
70 
70 
70 
70 
70 
70 
74 
70 
70 



Amt. 
travel 



1.3.4 
1.3.4 
1.4.4 
1.3.4 
1.4.0 
1.3.4 
1.3.4 
1.3.4 
1.3.4 
1.3.4 
1.3.4 
1.3.4 
1.3.4 
1.3.4 
1.3.4 
1.3.4 
1.3.4 
1.3.4 
1.3.4 
1.3.4 
1.3.4 
i.4.8 
1.3.4 
1.3.4 



Ea- 

tions 
due 



38 
20 
20 
20 



Total 



6.10.0 
3.10.1 
3. 9.7 
4.11.4 
2. 4.7 
2. 0.9 
1.16.0 
2. 1.9 
1.15.0 
1.15.4 
1.15.4 
1.15.4 
2. 0.8 
1.18.0 
2. 0.8 
2. 0.8 
1.18.0 
1.18.0 



8.8 
8.8 
8.8 
2.0 
8.8 
12.8 



;{:54.10.5 



Benj. Bates, Captain. 
Bennington, Jan. 11, 1782. The above sworn to before me. 

Isaac Tichenor, Justice of Peace. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, Jan. 11, 1782. The Treasurer 

is directed to pay to Capt, Bates, or order, the sum of fifty-four 

pounds ten shillings and five pence, agreeable to the within 

account. Isaac Tichenor, ) ^ „... 

A !:> ^^ \ Committee. 

Amos tassett, \ 

Pownal, Jan. 19, 1782. To the Treasurer of the State of Ver- 
mont: Sir, You are hereby directed to pay to Capt. Eli Noble the 
sura contained in the within Pay Roll, and this order shall be your 
discharge from me. Benj. Bates, Capt. 

Bennington, Feb. 5, 1782. Reed, of the Treasurer the con- 
tents of the above order, being fifty-four pounds ten shillings and 
five pence, lawful money. 

^54.10.5 Benj. Bates, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



611 



[42] 



\^CaJ>t. Zebediah Dewey's Company] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Zebediah Dewey's Company for their 
service in the Alarm at Castleton October 21, 1781, in obedience 
to orders from Lt. Col. Clark. 





Days 


Wages per 
day and 
rations 


No. of 


Total) of wages, rations 
amt. ) and travel 


Names 


in ser- 
vice 


miles 


Capt. Zebediah Dewey 


10 


6.3 


2.8 


£3 


9 


4 


Lt. Josiah Grant 


10 


4.3 


2.8 


2 


5 


2 


En. Elkahah Ashly 


10 


4.3 


do 


2 


5 


2 


Sergt. John Ashley 


10 


1.7 


do 




18 


6 


Sergt. W'" Ashley 


10 


1.7 






18 


6 


" Icabod Marshall 


10 


1.7 






18 


6 


" Peter How 


10 


1.7 






18 


6 


Silas How. CJk 


6 


1.7 






12 


2 


Corpl. Thos. Dewey 


10 


1.5.2 






17 


3 


Saml. Fletcher 


10 


1.5.2 






17 


3 


" John Richards 


9 


1.5.2 






15 


9 


Asa Lawrence 


5 


1.5.2 






9 


4 


Barth^^ Marrit 


10 


1.4 






16 




Stephen D. Moranvele 


10 


1.4 






16 




Hesek'' Loggan 


10 


1.4 






16 




Eeuben Hosford 


10 


1.4 






16 




Jared Dickson 


4 


1.4 






8 




Alex. Dixon 


5 


1.4 






9 


4 


John How 


10 


1.4 






16 




Paul Marshall 


10 


1.4 






16 




Jason Eoyce 


10 


1.4 






16 




Levi Thatcher 


4 


1.4 






8 




Eben' Canfield 


5 


1.4 






9 


4 


John Mosely 


10 


1.4 






16 




W"" Hooker, Jr. 


9 


1.4 






14 


8 


Th. Hooker 


5 


1.4 






9 


4 


Benj. Adams 


10 


1.4 






16 




Jos. Adams 


10 


1.4 






16 




Isaac Hosford 


10 


1.4 






16 




Henry Hyde 


6 


1.4 






10 


8 


Thos. Goodwin 


10 


1.4 






16 




Elijah Goodwin 


10 


1.4 






16 




Mical Marrit 


10 


1.4 






16 




Jas. Frisbie 


10 


1.4 






16 




Jona. Marshall 


10 


1.4 






16 




Philip Brookins 


10 


1.4 






16 




Seth Crow 


10 


1.4 






16 




Thos. Wood 


10 


1.4 






16 




Amasa Thatcher 


9 


1.4 






14 


8 


Eben^ Wright 


6 


1.4 






10 


8 


Danl. Euard 


10 


1.4 






16 




Jno. Smith 


3 


1.4 






6 


8 



512 



STATE OF VERMONT 





Days 


Wages per 
day and 
rations 


No. of 


Total) of wages, rations 
amt. f and travel 


Names 


in ser- 
vice 


miles 


Azel Holms 


10 


1.4 






16 




Saml. Allen 


10 


1.4 






16 




Jas. Hyde 


10 


1.4 






16 




John Preson 


10 


1.4 






16 




James Guthrie 


10 


1.4 






16 




Jas. Barber 


10 


1.4 






16 




Elijah Owen, Jr. 


10 


1.4 






16 




Elisha Owen 


10 


1.4 




Timo> Hyde 


6 


1.4 


(This corner is torn from 


Ezariah Dewey 


6 


1-4 




the ori 


ginal roll. K. ) 



Zebediah Dewey, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, April 11, 1782. The within 
pay roll being examined and approved, the Treasurer is hereby 
directed to pay the sum of forty-three pounds sixteen shillings 
and one penny to Capt. Zebediah Dewey or order. 

Nathl. Brush, ) ^^^^,. 

Timo Brownson, j 

July 12, 1782. The within pay roll sworn to before me. 

Timo. Brownson, Asst. 

Sunderland, April 12, 1782. For value received I do hereby 
sign over the above pay roll to Ira Allen and request the Treasurer 
to pay the same to him. Zebediah Dewey, Capt. 



Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, June 8, 1782. 
Allen, Treasurer, the contents of the above order. 



Rec'd of Ira 



Ira Allen. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



513 



[228 j [Capt Abishai Moseley's Company] 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Abishai Moseley's Company for service at 
Castleton in the Alarm Oct. 21, 1781, in obedience to orders from 
Lt. Col. Clark. 



\ 


Days 


P^ day 


Total 


Lt. Ithaman Brookins 


10 


4.3 


2. 5. 2 


En. Solomon Wildo (Wilds) 


10 


4.3 


2. 5. 2 


Sergt. Elisha Asley 


10 


1.7 


18. 6 


" Jona. Morgan 


10 


1.7 


18. 6 


" Josiah Lewis (Luis) 


5 


1.7 


10. 7 


" Elisha Allen 


7 


1.7 


13. 9 


Joel Grannis Clark 


9 


1.7 


16.11 


Corpl. John Ransom 


10 


1.5 


17. 3 


" Philip Howe 


10 


1.5 


17. 3 


" Caleb Morgan 


3 


1.5 


7. 


•* Joseph Jones 


9 


1.5 


15. 9 


Ephraim Buell 


8 


1.4 


13. 4 


[ames Smith 


10 


1.4 


16. 


Samuel Higgins 


10 


1.4 


16. 


John Tilden 


7 


1.4 


12. 


Robert Green 


10 


1.4 


16. 


Eben^ Hyde 


10 


1.4 


16. 


Philip Preast 


10 


1.4 


16. 


Mordecai Soper 


7 


1.4 


12. 


Titus Watson 


9 


1.4 


14. 4 


Jeremiah Adams 


9 


1.4 


14. 4 


Elisha Hibard 


5 


1.4 


9. 4 


Archibald Dickson 


3 


1.4 


6. 8 


Joseph Rann 


4 


1.4 


8. 


Joel Frisbie 


3 


1.4 


6. 8 




^19. 2. 6 



Test, 



Ithamar Brookins, Lieut. 



Poultney, Jan. 16, 1782. Then personally appeared 
Thomas Brookins and made solemn oath to the within roll. 

Before me, Wm. Ward, Justice of Peace. 

[33] 



Lt. 



i)U 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Pay Table Office, Bennington, Feb. 29, 1782. The within pay 
roll being approved of. the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the 
sum of nineteen pounds two shillings and six pence to Lt. Ithamar 
Brookins or order. Isaac Tichenor, \ 

Timo. Brownson, f 



Committee. 



Sunderland, April 10, 1782. For value received, I do hereby 
sign over this order to Ira Allen and request the Treasuier to pay 
the same to him. Zebediah Dewey, 

for Brookins. 



Treasurer's Office, June 8, 1782. 
urer, the contents of this order. 
^19.2.6. 



Reed, of Ira Allen, Treas- 
Ira Allen. 



[2401 



YCapt. Jacob Hinds' Company [party] 



A Pay Roll of part of Capt. Jacob Hinds' Company for services 
done in the alarm at Castleton in Oct. 1781, for forwarding on men 
and marching as far as Pawlet, as follows: 



Israel Burritt, Lt. 
Stephen Jackson, Serg* 
John Gray 



Elezer Starns 



Days 



5 
4 
3 

4 



Miles 



23 
23 
14 
23 



Arat. 



1. 8.11 
0.14. 
0. 8. 8 
0.12. 8 

^3. 4. 3 



Israel Burritt, Lieut. 

Pay Office, Arlington, Jan. 8, 1782. The Treasurer is directed 
to pay the sum of three pounds four shillings and eleven pence to 
Lieut. Israel Burritt or order, agreeably to the within account. 



Isaac Tichenor, | 
Timo. Brownson, j 



Com^ 



Reed. 8*^^ 
above order, 



1782, of the Treasurer the contents of 

Israel Burritt. 



the 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



515 



[133, dupl 186 J \_Capt. Lemuel Bradley's Conipany\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt. Leml. Bradley's Company, Oct. 21^*, 1781, 
as established by law. 







Wages 








Names 


Days 


and 
rations 


Miles 


Travel 


Total 


Leml. Bradley, Capt. 


11 


3. 3. 2 


45 


1.5 


4.18.4 


David Hoit, Lt. 


19 


3.13.11 


45 


1.5 


4.17.5 


Benj. Meigs, Sergt. 


11 


17. 6/3 


45 


1.5 


1.12.5 


Jer^ Center, " 


« 1 


17. 6/ 


45 


1.5 


1.12.5 


Jno. Boardman 


>< 


14. 8 


45 


1.5 


1. 9.8 


Ozi Baker 


( ( 


14. 8 


45 


1.5 


1. 9.8 


Evans Chance 


19 


1. 5. 4 


45 


1.5 


2. 0.4 


Saml. Smith 


11 


14. 8 


45 


1.5 


1. 9.8 


Phineas Meigs 


19 


1. 5. 4 


45 


1.5 


.2. 0.4 


Isaac Brownson 


19 


1. 0. 4 


45 


1.5 


2. 0.4 


Zedediah Bingham 


11 


14. 8 


45 


1.5 


1. 9.8 


Elisha Bradley 


11 


14. 8 


45 


1.5 


1. 9.8 




;^26. 9.11 



Leml. Bradley, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Jan^ 7, 1782. The Treasurer is directed to 
pay the amount of the within pay roll to Capt. Leml. Bradley or to 
his order, being twenty-six pounds nine shillings and eleven pence. 

Isaac Tichenor, ) Pom«'e 
Timo. Brownson, f 

Jan. 29, 1782. Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of this 
order, being twenty-six pounds nine shillings and eleven pence 
lawful money for Capt. Leml. Bradley. Gilbert Bradley. 



516 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[100] 



\_Capt. Asaph Cook's Company\ 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Asaph Cook's Company of Militia in Col. 
Gideon Warren's Regiment for service done in the defence of the 
Northern Frontiers of this State, in October, 1781. 



Names 


Entered 


Days 


Miles 


Amt. at 4"^ 
p"^ m. 


Total 


Asaph Cook, Capt. 


Oct 


20 


14 


12 


0.4.0 


4.17. 4 


Henry Wadkins, Lt. 


Ci 


1 1 


14 


12 


4 


3. 3. 6 


Solomon Baker. En. 


(( 


11 


14 


12 


4 


3. 3. 6 


Gideon Allen, Clerk 


(> 


( ( 


14 


12 


4 


1. 6. 2 


John Walker, Sergt. 


1 < 


1 1 


14 


12 


4 


1. (). 2 


Eben' "Walker, " 


u 


t> 


14 


12 


4 


1. 6. 2 


Joseph Beckas, " 


( ( 


11 


14 


12 


4 


1. 6. 2 


Joseph Martin, Corpl 


t( 


1 1 


14 


13 


4 


1. 3.10 


Winthrop Graham 


( ( 


11 


14 


12 


4 


1. 2. 8 


David Doan 


i< 


(1 


14 


12 


4 


1. 2. 8 


Timothy Baker 


1 ( 


II 


14 


12 


4 


1. 2. 8 


Nathaniel Parker 


11 


11 


14 


12 


4 


1. 2. 8 


Eben-- Smith 


( c 


1 1 


14 


12 


4 


1. 2. 8 


Michael Parker 


(( 


11 


14 


•12 


4 


1. 2. 8 


Samuel Culver 


(( 


(1 


14 


12 


4 


1. 2. 8 


Jacob Covel 


(( 


11 


14 


12 


4 


1. 2. 8 


Joseph Harris 


(1 


1 ( 


14 


12 


4 


1. 2. 8 


James Orcutt 


(i 


11 


14 


12 


4 


1. 2. 8 


Penuel Grover " 


(t 


<l 


14 


12 


4 


1. 2. 8 


Asa Rude 


(1 


<1 


14 


12 


4 


1. 2. 8 


Ezekiel Miller 


i < 


(( 


14 


12 


4 


1. 2. 8 


Abraham Carley 


(1 


1 1 


14 


13 


4 


1. 2. 8 


Daniel Steward 


( ( 


II 


14 


13 


4 


1. 2. 8 


Eli Griffith 


« 


11 


14 


12 


4 


1. 2. 8 


David Me Wei thy 


11 


<( 


14 


12 


4 


1. 2. 8 


John Beckas 


(1 


1 1 


14 


12 


4 


1. 2. 8 


Samuel Thomas 


1 ( 


II 


14 


12 


4 


1. 2. 8 


Joseph Grover 


It 


(< 


14 


12 


4 


1, 2. 8 




;^40. 6. 3. 



Asaph Cook, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, Feb. 13, 1783. The within 
account being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay 
to Asaph Cook or order, the sum of forty pounds six shillings and 
two pence. Isaac Tichenor, j 

Nathl. Brush, >• Committee. 

Timo. Brownson, ) 

Reed. 7th August, 1782, of Ira Allen, Esq., Treasurer, fifteen 
pounds four shillings and two pence on the above order per order 
of Capt. Asaph Cook. John Grover. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



517 



[85] 



Capt. John Patterson's Company'] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Patterson's Company in Col. Warner's 
[Warren's] Regiment for service done in the alarm (agreeable to 
order from Genl. Safford) from the 14th to the 24th of October, 
1781, inclusive. 



Names 



Capt. John Patterson 
Lt. B. Bartlett 
Ensign Gault 
Sergt. David Rice 
Steele 
" Saml. Slarrow 
Saml. Hopkins 
Israel Stone ^ 

Wm. Brown 
James Hopkins 
B'enj. Cleveland 
Aaron Stone 
Job Cleveland 
John Livingston 
John McMullen 
James Alexander 
David Patterson 
Ezra Patterson 
James Morrison 
Levi Patterson 
Wm. Rogers 
Nathl. Hopkins 



Days 



Pay 



11 

11 

6 

8 

11 

11 

6 

6 

6 

6 

5 

/) 

5 

5 

6 

5 

6 

11 

8 

10 

6 

6 



2.18.8 

1.18.6 

1. 2.0 

12.8 

1. 7.8 

1. 7.8 

8.0 

8.0 

8.0 

8.0 

6.8 

6.8 

6.8 

6.8 

6.8 

6.8 

8.0 

14.8 

10.8 

13.4 

8.0 

8.0 



Miles 



36 
36 
30 
36 
36 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
36 
30 
36 
36 
36 
36 
30 
30 



Travel 



Total 



0.12.0 


4. 5.4 


12. 


2.18.9 


10 


1.15.6 


12 


1. 4.8 


12 


1. 9.5 


10 


1. 7.5 


10 


0.18.0 


10 


0.18.0 


10 


0.18.0 


10 


0.18.0 


10 


0.16.8 


10 


0.16.8 


10 


0.16.8 


10 


0.16.8 


12 


1. 0.0 


10 


0.16.8 


12 


1. 0.0 


12 


1. 6.8 


12 


1. 2.8 


12 


1. 5.4 


10 


0.18.0 


10 


0.18.0 




^28. 7.1 



Pay Table Office, Bennington, May 31, 1782. The Treasurer 
is hereby directed to pay the amount of the within pay roll to 
Capt. John Patterson or order, being tv/enty-eight pounds seven 
shillings and one penny. Isaac Tichenor, \ p 

Nathl. Brush, [ ^-o^imittee. 

Reed. 10**^ June, 1782, of the Treasurer, by the hand of the 
Governor eleven pounds eleven shillings and one penny on the 
above order. ' Per me, John Patterson. 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, May 11, 1785. Reed, of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order, in behalf of Capt. John 
Patterson. 

;,^28.7.1 Levi Patterson. 



518 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[335J 



[^Capt. Lemuel Hyde's Company] 



A Pay Roll of Capt. Lemuel Hyde's Company of Militia in 
Col. Warren's Regiment for service done in the alarm in October, 
1781. 



Names 


Days 


Prday 


Miles 


Amount 


Capt. Lemuel Hyde 


15 


6.8 


12 


5. 4.0 


Lt. Peter Fuller 


15 


4.3 


12 


3. 7.9 


En° Benoni Haskins [Hopkins] 


15 


4.3 


12 


3. 7.9 


Sergt. John Meacham 


15 


L7 


12 


1. 7.9 


" Wm. Meacham 


15 




12 




" Nicholas Spur 


5 


1.7 


12 


1. 7.9 


Corpl. Josiah Squire 


15 


1.5 


12 


1. 7.9 


" Silas Fletcher 


8 


1.5 


12 


0.15.4 


Isaac Rice 


15 


1.4 


12 


0.15.4 


Solomon Cleveland 


9 




12 


1. 4.0 


Eben'" Witson [Watson, Wilson] 


8 




12 


0.14.8 


Abraham Sharp 


6 




12 


0.12.0 


Stephen Pitkin 


9 




12 


0.16.0 


Samuel Church 


2 




12 


0. 6.8 


Isaac Crow 


8 




12 


0.14.8 


Obadiah Winter 


2 




12 


0. 6.8 


Murry Ballard 


5 




12 


0.10.8 




£2^. 4.8 



Lemuel Hyde, Capt. 

Arlington, Jan. 8, 1782. 

Sworn to before me, 

Isaac Tichenor, Justice of Peace. 

Pay Office, Arlington, Jan. 8, 1782. The Treasurer is hereby 

directed to pay the sum of twenty-four pounds twelve shillings and 

eight pence, agreeable to the within roll, to Capt. Hyde, per order. 

Isaac Tichenor, | ^ ,. 
rr- TD r Com^« 

Timo. Brownson, ) 

Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, Jan. 9, 1782. Reed, of the 
Treasurer the contents of the above order. 



;^24.4.8 



Leml. Hyde, Capt. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



619 



[156] 



[CaJ)f. Peleg Mattesons Company\ 



Pay Roll of Capt. Peleg Mattison's Company of Militia for 
service done on an Expedition to the Northward, Shaftsbury, 1781. 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Allow«« 
for travel 


Pay 
per day 


Total 


Peleg- Mattison, Capt. 


15 


55 


18.4 


6.8 


5.18.4 


Joseph Andrews, Lt. 


8 


Do 


Do 


4.3 


2.12.4 


Nathan Stone, " 


15 






4.3 


4. 2.1 


Judah Worden, En. 


11 






4.3 


3. 4.9 


Henry Mattison, Sergt. 


15 






1.7 


2. 2.1 


David Mattison, " 


10 






1.7 


1.14.2 


James Harrington 


10 






1.7 


1.14.2 


David Gahisha, Corpl. 


19 






1.5 


2. 5.3 


Squire Harrington 


15 






1.4 


1.18.4 


David Corey 


6 






1.4 


1. 6.4 


Lemuel Bottura 


6 






1.4 


1. 6.4 


David Newell 


6 






1.4 


1. 6.4 


John Hawley 


6 






1.4 


1. 6.4 


Eben'' West 


15 






1.4 


1.18.4 


Levi Buck 


6 






1.4 


1. 6.4 


James Glass 


6 






1.4 


1. 6.4 


Eben'' Newell 


6 






1.4 


1. 6.4 


Thomas West 


10 






1.4 


1.11.8 


Charles Spencer 


15 






1.4 


1.18.4 


John Draper 


10 






1.4 


1.11.8 


Seth Hunt 


10 






1.4 


1.11.8 


Nathan Kingsley 


10 






1.4 


1.11.8 


Caleb Rehern 


15 






1.4 


1.18.4 


Nicholas Weaver 


15 






1.4 


1.18.4 


Peleg Spencer 


6 






1.4 


1. 6.4 


Aaron Martin 


9 






1.4 


1.10.4 


David Cole 


9 






1.4 


1.10.4 


Wanton Burlingham 


11 






1.4 


1.13 


Nicholas Cartrite 


11 






1.4 


1.13 


James West 


11 






1.4 


1.13 


Edward Lewis 


11 






1.4 


1.13 


Reuben Ellis 


11 






1.4 


1.13 


Aaron Cole 


9 






1.4 


1.10.4 


Thomas Andrew 


6 






1.4 


/-J, 6.4 


Frederick Weaver 


11 






1.4(^ 


^ 1.13 



520 



STATE OF VERMONT 



Names 


Days 


Miles 


Allow<=« 
for travel 


Pay 
per day 


Total 


Gideon Segur 
Saml. Dolittle 
Azariah Darby 
Amos Waters 
Moses Ellis 


11 
9 
9 
9 
9 






1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 


1.13 
1. 6.4 
1.10.4 
1.10.4 
1.10.4 




;^73. 11.10 



Peleg Matteson, Capt. 

State of Vermont, Jan^ 3, 1782. Then personally appeared 
Capt. Peleg Matteson and made oath that the within Pay Roll is 
justly made, without fraud to the public or any individual. 

Before me, Thos. Chittenden, Gov"" 

Pay Table Office, Sunderland, Jan. 3^ 1782. The within Pay 
Roll being approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay the same to 
Capt. Matterson or order, the sum of seventy-three pounds eleven 
shillings and ten pence. Isaac Tichenor, } p -ffpi:. 

Timo. Brownson, \ 



Treasurer's Office, Sunderland, Jan. 
Treasurer the contents of the above order. 



3^ 1782. Reed, of the 



;^73.11.10 



Peleg Matteson, Capt 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



521 



fl3] yA Party under Lieut. Ward Bay ley\ 

Pay Roll of a Party of Men raised for the defence of the 
Frontiers adjacent to the Upper Coos, whereof Ward Bayley is 
Lieutenant Commandant, commencing the 14th of April and end- 
ing 2-^ Nov. 1781. 







Time of 


service 


Pay per 

month in 
dollars 






Commence- 
ment of pay 






Amount 


Names and Rank 


Months 


days 


Ward Bayley, Lt. Com' 


June 30, 1781 


4 


3 




20. 5. 


Timothy Nash, Ser^^t. 


do 


4 


3 


8 


9.16. 9^ 


Gale Cole, 


do 


4 


3 


8 


9.16. 9^ 


Deliverence Sawyer, Corpl. 


do 


4 


3 


% 


9. 0. 4 


Orsamns Bailey, " 


April 14 


6 


19 


^\ 


14.10.11 


Abijah Leonard, Drm' 


June 30 


4 


3 


7^ 


9. 0. 4 


Sylvaus Leonard, Fifer 


do 


4 


3 


7^ 


9. 0. 4 


John Hugh, private 


April 14 


fi 


19 


6§ 


13. 5. 4 


Reuben Howe 


do 


6 


19 


6| 


13. 5. 4 


John Huprh, Jr. 


do 


6 


19 


6| 


13. 5. 4 


James Burnside 


do 


6 


19 


6| 


13. 5. 4 


James Hugh 


do 


6 


19 


61 


13. 5. 4 


Osaius Caswell 


do 


6 


19 


6f 


13. 5. 4 


Hezekiah Fuller 


do 


6 


19 


6| 


13. 5. 4 


David Bradley 


do 


6 


19 


6i 


13. 5. 4 


John Aimey 


do 


6 


19 


6§ 


13. 5. 4 


Smith Williams 


do 


6 


19 


6f 


13. 5. 4 


William Aimey 


June 30 


4 


3 


6| 


8. 4. 


Caleb Marshall 


do 


4 


3 


6| 


8. 4. 


John Perry 


do 


4 


3 


6| 


8. 4. 


Silas Sargeant 


do 


4 


3 


6| 


8. 4. 


Nathan Caswell, Jr. 


do 


4 


3 


6| 


8. 4. 


Benj. Byron 


do 


4 


3 


61 


8. 4. 


Hayues French 


do 


4 


3 


6§ 


8. 4. 


John Gamsby 


do 


4 


3 


6| 


8. 4. 


Joseph Wait 


do 


4 


3 


6f 


8. 4. 


John Lindsey 


do 


4 


3 


6| 


8. 4. 


David Hicks 


do 


4 


3 


6| 


8. 4. 


Esekiel Wheeler 


do 


4 


3 


6S 


8. 4. 


James Leonard 


do 


4 


3 


6f 


8. 4. 


Nathaniel Wait 


do 


4 


3 


61 


8. 4. 




^834.19.10 



Ward Bailey, Lt. Com<^' 

February 8, 1782. Then the within pay roll sworn to before 
me. Timo. Brownson, Asst. 

Pay Table Office, Feb. 8, 1782. The within account being ap- 
proved of, the Treasurer is directed to pay the sum of Three 
Hundred and thirty-four pounds nineteen shillings and ten pence, 
to Thos. Tolman, Esq., Paymaster Geneial, taking his receipt, to 
be accountable. Isaac Tichenor, \ ^^^^ 

Timothy Brownson, [ 



522 



STATE OF VERMONT 



The above '* nineteen " and " ten " were inserted by my direc- 
tion. Timo. Brownson. 



Received of the Treasurer the contents of this warrant. 
Oct. 2nd, 1784. Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



[224] 



{^Militia with Capt. EH Noble\ 



A Pay Roll of such of the Militia in Col. Eben'' Walbridge's. 
Regt. as tarried with Capt. Eli Noble of Castleton, in Nov. 1781. 



Names 



Capt. Eli Noble 

Lt. William Henry 
" Judah Worden 

Sergt. Benedick Cory 
" John Niles 
" Benj. Park 
'• EInathan Hunt 

Fifer Jonas Abbott 

Corpl. Timothy Allen 
" Andrew Wood 
" Zerubabel Potter 
" Salmon Farr 

David Mattison 

Seth Hunt 

Wanton Burlingham 

Thos. Jewett 

James Bates 

Jona. Bates 

Andrew Briggs 

Daniel Salisbury 

Darius Crispin 

Water Bates 

Amos Wood 

William Gallup 

Moses Barber 

Peter Parker 

Joseph Wilber 

Richard Harrington 

Caleb Bennet 

Eben' Spencer 

Austin Stiles 

Joshua Hathaway 

Walter Cady • 

Eliphalet Stickney 

Caleb Pratt 

Jeremy Mumford 

Ben. Parker 

Lem' Cleveland 

John Clark 

Amos Waters 



When 
entered 


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Amt. of 
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Amt. of 

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due 


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Nov. 1 


14 


3.14.8 


28 


0.18.8 


4.13. 4 


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14 


2.10.2 




14 


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14 


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17. 4 


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18. 8 


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17. 4 



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13 


17.4 








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13 


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17. 4 


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17. 4 


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13 


17.4 








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13 


17.4 








17. 4 


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13 


17.4 








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17.4 








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14 


17.4 








17. 4 


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17.4 








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13 


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5. 4 


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4 


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9. 4 


Joseph Cook 




7 


9.4 


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17. 4 


Thomas Buck 




13 


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5 


6.8 


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;^58.17. 3 



Eli Noble, Capt. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, Jan. 11, 1782. The Treasurer 
is directed to pay to Capt. Noble or order the sum of fifty-eight 
pounds seventeen shillings and three pence, as per the within 
acct. Isaac Tichenor, ) committee 

Amos Fassett, j 

Bennington, Feb. 4, 1782. Reed, of the Treasurer the con- 
tents of the above order, being forty-eight pounds seventeen 
shillings and three pence lawful money. 

Eli Noble, Capt. 



524 



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YLieut. Israel Morey's Party] 



Pay Roll of Lieut. Israel Morey's Party under the command of 
Lieut. Col. Benj. Waite in the service of the State of Vermont, 
178L 









Time of 


service 






Commenc' 
of pay 


Time of 
discharge 






Total 


Names 












Mos. 
5 


Days 




Israel Morey, Lieut. 


July 1 


Nov. 27 





82. 0. 


Constant Bliss, Sergt. 




Aug. 11 


1 


12 


3. 7. 3 


Daniel Skinn^^, " 




Oct. 23 


4 


26 


11.13. 7 


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4 


26 


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Elias Dewey 




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4 


26 


9.14. 8 


John Annis 




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4 


26 


9.14. 8 


Philo Chandler 




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4 


26 


9.14. 8 


Eeuben Huse 




a it 


4 


26 


9.14. 8 


Splomon Eathbun 




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4 


26 


9.14. 8 


Moses Sleeper 




Aug. 11 


1 


12 


9.14. 8 


John Sawyer 




Oct. 23 


4 


26 


9.14. 8 


John Granwood 




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4 


26 


9.14. 8 


Elisha Cleveland 




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4 


26 


9.14. 8 


Benj. Lookin 




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4 


26 


9.14. 8 


David Stow 




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26 


9.14. 8 


Jona. 'Eastman 




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4 


26 


9.14. 8 


Moses MoConnell 




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4 


26 


9.14. 8 


Keben Sherman 




i{ (( 


4 


26 


9.14. 8 




;^186. 11.11 



The above is a true roll certified by me, Israel Morey, Lt. 

Pay Table Office, Feb. 20, 1783. The within pay roll being: 
approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay unto Thos. 
Tolman, P. M. G., the sum of one hundred and eighty-six pounds 
eleven shillings and eleven pence, taking his receipt, to be ac- 
countable. Isaac Tichenor. } Committee. 

John Strong, \ 

Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the above warrant. 
Oct. 2, 1784. Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



526 



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STATE OF VERMONT 



Pay Table Office, Bennington, Feb. 16, 1782. The within roll 
being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay to 
Thomas Tolman, Esq., Paymaster General, the sum of five hundred 
and ninety-five pounds six shillings and nine pence, taking his 
receipt for said sum, for which he is accountable. 

Isaac Tichenor, 1 
Tim° Brownson, >• Committee. 
Nath' Brush, ) 

Received of the Treasurer the contents of the above warrant, 
Oct. 2", 1784. 

^595.6.9 Tho« Tolman, Pay M^ 

[125, see next roll] [Capf. Peter Page's Company] 

State of Vermont. ) A Roll of Capt. Peter Page's Company 
Skeensborough. i" of Volunteers in the service of this 
State, commanded by Eben'' Walbridge, Lt. Col. Com^'' 

A Muster Roll commencing at the date from which payment 
is to be drawn agreeable to a resolve of the Board of War and 
ending Nov. 23, 1781, inclusive. 



Names 


Com- 
menc- 


Ending 


Days 


Pr 

day 


Amt. 
pay and 
subsis- 


Total 




ing 










tence 






1781 


1781 










Peter Page, Capt. 


July 28 


Nov 


. 21 


117 


0.6.8 




39. 0. 


Jonathan Smith, Lt. 


" 28 




20 


116 


4.3i 




24.15. 4 


Abijah Parker, Lt. 


" 28 




15 


117 


4.3i 




24.19. 7 


Eben'' Dewey, Sergt. 


" 31 




£0 


113 


1.7i 




9. 1. 3i 


George Geer. '' 


Aug. 17 




15 


91 


1.71 




7. 5.11J 


Timothy Watts, " 


" 14 




21 


100 


1-n 




8. 0. 5 


Charles Rice, 


" 15 




20 


98 


l-7i 




7.17. 2\ 


Ezra Blish, Corpl. 


July 31 




20 


118 


1.5| 




8. 4. 8^ 


Thomas Putnam, " 


Aug. 20 




21 


94 


1.5^ 




6.17. 1 


Isaac Walker, " 


(> u 




21 


94 


1.5.i 




6.17. 1 


Daniel Bixby, " 


Sept. 2 




21 


31 


1.5^ 




5.18. \\ 


Rufus Kimpton, Drmr. 


Aug. 16 




22 


99 


1.5^ 




7. 4. 4^ 


Robert Hurd, Fifer 


" 15 




20 


98 


1.5^ 




7. 2.11 


Nathan Allen 


" 17 




21 


97 


1.4 




6. 9. 4 


Zebulon Burrough 


Sept. 5 




21 


78 


1.4 




5. 4. 


W™ Barran 


July 31 




20 


113 


1.4 




7.10. 8 


Thos. Clark 


Aug. 17 




21 


97 


1.4 




6. 9. 4 


Roswell Clap 


" 17 




19 


95 


1.4 




6. 6. 8 


Thos. French 


.. 17 




21 


97 


1.4 




6. 9. 4 


Levi Fay 


" 11 




20 


102 


1.4 




6.16 


Oliver Fairwell 


Sept. 4 




21 


79 


1.4 




5. 5. 4 


Levi Fuller 


July 31 




20 


113 


1.4 




7.10. 8 


Elijah Houghton 


Aug. 6 




20 


107 


1.4 




7. 2. 8 


Samuel Hudson 


July 31 




20 


113 


1.4 




7.10. 8 


Edward Hambleton 


Aug. 22 














Timothy Holmes 


July 31 


11 


20 


113 


1.4 




7.10. 8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



529 





Com- 


Names 


menc- 




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1781 


Elisha Johnson 


July 11 


John Laton 


Aug. 6 


Timothy Mosser 


Sep. 5 


John Putnam 


Aug. 20 


James Phillips 


" . 17 


Benj. Porter 


" 24 


Joseph Parker 


Sept. 2 


James Parker 


4 


John Row 


Aug. 15 


Samuel Remington 


Sept. 11 


Benjamin Streeter 


Aug. 6 


Oliver Sartwell 


Sept. 29 


Isaac Tarlton [Tatton] 


Aug. 17 


Comfort Ware 


July 31 


Samuel Wheeler 


Aug. 18 


James Willard 


'• 17 


Samuel Willard, Jr. 


" 27 


Joseph Oovel 


Sept. 15 


Samuel Dike 


Sept. 29 


Jonas Gould 


" 11 


B* udson 


Aug. 6 


Samuel Willard 


Aug. 16 



Ending 


Days 


1781 




Nov 


'. 21 


103 




21 


107 




21 


78 




21 


94 




14 


90 




20 


88 




21 


81 




21 


79 




20 


98 




20 


72 




20 


107 




19 


52 




18 


94 




20 


113 




19 


94 




21 


97 




21 


68 




21 


54 




21 


72 




20 


107 




21 


98 





Amt. 




Pr 

day 


pay and 
subsis- 
tence 


Total 


1.4 




6.17. 4 


1.4 




7. 2. 8 


1.4 




5. 4. 


1.4 




6. 5. 4 


1.4 




6. 0. 


1.4 




5.17. 4 


1.4 




5. 8 


1.4 




5. 5. 4 


1.4 




6.10. 8 


1.4 




4.16. 


1.4 




7. -2. 8 


1.4 




3. 9. 4 


1.4 




6. 5. 4 


1.4 




7.10. 8 


1.4 




6. 5. 4 


1.4 




6. 9. 4 


1.4 




4.10. 8 


1.4 




3.12. 


1.4 




4.16. 


1.4 




7. 2. 3 


1.4 




6.10. 8 




;^366.10. 9 



*Torn out in the original.— C. L. Knapp. 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, 7'^ March, 1782. 

The within payroll being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby 

directed to pay unto Thomas Tolman, Esq.. P. M. G., the sum of 

three hundred and sixty-six pounds ten shillings and nine pence, 

taking his receipt for said sum for which he is accountable. 

Nathl. Brush, ) /--^.^^^-ffoo 
T rry- 1^ r Committec. 

Isaac Ticheiior, \ 

Oct. 2""^, 1784. Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the 
within warrant. Thomas Tolman, Paymaster. 



[34] 



580 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[^190, see last roll] \^Capt. Peter Page's Company — Mileage\ 

The State of Vermont to Peter Pag-e, D'' To Mileag-e Money of 
Capt. Peter Page's Company in Col. Walbridge's Regiment in the 
service of the State of Vermont from the 29*"^ day ot July, 1781, to 
the 25^^ of Nov. 1781, inclusive, which was not made up in the Pay 
Roll of said Page's Company for the time above specified, viz: 



Names 



Capt. Peter Page 
Lt. Jona. Smith 

" Abijah Parker 
Serg* Eben'' Dewey 

' ' George Geer 

" Tim° Watts 

" Charles Rice 
Corp' Tho« Putnam 
Ezra Bhsh 

" Isaac Walker 
Daniel Bixby 
Drum"" Rufus Kimton [Kinston] 
Fifer Robert Hurd 
Nathan Allen 
Zebulon Burroughs 
William Barron 
Tho« Clark 
Roswell Clapp 
Thomas French 
Levi Fay 
Oliver Farwell 
Levi Fuller 
Elijah Houghton 
'Sam' Hudson 
Brooks Hudson 
Timothy Holmes 
Elisha Johnson 
John Laton 
Tim° Messer 
John Putnam 
James Phillips 
Benj. Porter 
Joseph Parker 
James Parker 



Miles 


P^ mile 


85 


4d 


103 


4 


95 


4 


103 


4 


85 


4 


103 


4 


103 


4 


85 


4 


103 


4 


85 


4 


95 


4 


115 


4 


103 


4 


85 


4 


95 


4 


103 


4 


95 


4 


85 


4 


85 


4 


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85 


4 


103 


4 


103 


4 


103 


4 


103 


4 


103 


4 


103 


4 


100 


4 


100 


4 


85 


4 


100 


4 


103 


4 


95 


4 


101 


4 



Total 



1. 8.4 
1.14.4 
1.11.8 
1.14.4 
1. 8.4 



1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 



,14.4 

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8.4 

,14.4 
8.4 

,14.8 
1.18.4 
1.14.4 
1. 8.4 
1.11.8 
1.14.4 
1.11.8 
1. 8.4 
1. 8.4 
1.13.4 
1. 8.4 
1.14.4 
1.14.4 
1.144 
1.14.4 
1.14.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1. 8.4 
1.13.4 
1.14.4 
1.11.8 
1.13.4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



531 



Names 


Miles 


P"^ mile 


Total 


John Row 


103 


4 


1.14.4 


Sam' Remington 


85 


4 


1. 8.4 


Benj. Streeter 


103 


4 


1.14.4 


Oliver Sartwell 


85 


4 


1. 8.4 


Isaac Sutton 


103 


4 


1.14.4 


Comfort Ware 


103 


4 


1.14.4 


Sam' Wheeler 


85 


4 


1.14.4 


James Willard 


110 


4 


1.16.8 


Sam' Willard 


85 


4 


1. 8.4 


Joseph Covell 


85 


4 


1. 8.4 


Sam' Dike 


85 


4 


1. 8.4 


Jonas Gould 


85 


4 


1. 8.4 



To cash p^ for the ferriage of 43 of 
the above soldiers and three horses 
across Connecticut river, /4 each 



Errors Excepted; 



;^73.16.4 
15.4 

^74.11.8 



Peter Page, Capt. 

Charlestown, March 29. 1783. Then personally appeared the 
signer of the above and foregoing account, and made oath that it 
is just and true, and that he has received no part thereof. 

Thomas Putnam, Justice of Peace. 

Pay Table Office, Manchester, April 18, 1782. The above ac- 
count being approved, the Treasurer is directed to pay unto Capt. 
Peter Page or order, seventy-four pounds eleven shillings and eight 

P^"^^- I/t^^ Tichenor, \ Committee. 

John Strong, ) 

Sunderland, Aug. 21, 1783. ReC^ of Ira Allen, Treasurer, 
seventy-four pounds eleven shillings and eight pence, in full of the 
within order, in behalf of Capt. Page. 

^74.8.11 [11.8] William Page. 



532 



STATE OF VERMONT 



[271, dupl 238] [Z/. Col. Benjamin Waifs Battalion— Officers] 

Pay Roll of the Field and Staff Officers in Col. Wait's Bat- 
•n in the service of the State of Vermont, from the 10*^ of Feb. 



talion 

1781 to the 30*^ of Nov. 1781, inclusive 



Names 


Com- 
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ment of 
pay 


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70 
50 
65 


»— « 
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Total 


Benj. Wait, Lt. Col, 
Sanford Kingsbury, Maj. 
Nathl. Bosworth, Arm' 
Eben"^ Brewer, Serg' Maj'' 


Feb. 10 
June 10 
July 20 
Mar. 3 


Nov. 30 

" 26 
" 30 


294 
174 
130 

272 


0.10.8 
8.8 
4.3 
2.0 


4" 
4 
4 
4 


157.19.4 
77. 1.4 
28. 9.0 
28. 5.8 




;^ 291. 15.4 



Attest, Benj. Wait, Lt. Col. Com" 

Pay Table Office, Bennington, Feb. 16, 1782. The above account 
being approved of, the Treasurer is hereby directed to pay the 
sum of two hundred and ninety-one pounds fifteen shillings and 
four pence, to Thomas Tolman, P. M. Genl., taking his receipt for 
said sum, to be accountable. 

Isaac Tichenor. 

Nathl. Brush, 



lor, I 



Committee, 



Reed, of the Treasurer the contents of the within warrant. 
Oct. 2, 1784. Thos. Tolman, Paymaster. 



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