5 edition of Rolls & Lists of Connecticut Men in the Revolution 1775-1783. (Heritage Classic) found in the catalog.
October 1993 by Heritage Books Inc .
Written in English
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Wehmann, rev. While some events may be dramatized, the narrative is remarkably accurate, since Martin's regiment would have been present at every event he writes about, according to war records of the time. Gilead was reported to be a captain in the militia there in Experts can place it somewhere around with parts of it being perhaps earlier. One can imagine a similar scene in the life of the wounded veteran James Dole.
Early records from the New Fairfield Congregational Church have been preserved, but published transcripts of them do not agree entirely with photo images of the original pages. Records relating to military service,with indexes. He could not raise the money and begged Knox to allow him to keep the land. Library records, Hartford, Ct.
Simeon Blin, who is the same company, said he was discharged at Fort Schuyler. If you are interested in a copy of the muster roll the individual served in, sometimes combined with documentation relating to the actions of his company or battalion, please click here. National Archives Microfilm Publications, M Series III: The Committee of the Pay Table was set up to authorize disbursements and examine and settle accounts for supplies and services needed for the Revolutionary War.
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The personnel records are arranged by military unit and thereunder by date and rank, commencing with the men who volunteered in response to the Lexington Alarm of and continuing with Connecticut troops in the Continental Army including the regiments of the Connecticut Linestate troops or levies, the Connecticut militia, Connecticut naval units, and concluding with miscellaneous rolls and pension lists.
By acts of July 27, 27 Stat. In these records were transferred to the Department of State. Search Compiled Service Records of Soldiers Who Served in the American Army During the Revolution These are compiled service records for the regular soldiers of the Continental Army, and for the militia, volunteers, and others who served with them.
Barnum —who at age 71 eloquently described historical details of life around in the Danbury area of his childhood. Quartermaster returns, 8th and 9th Massachusetts Regiments, Dole himself was listed as a sergeant.
Ledger of accounts of the United States with various states for military stores, The census had "Sarah Hubble" and her nephew "Dan'l Boteright" [son of James] heading the same two households with the same neighbors, and her brother "J Boatright [Sr.
Bearss signed for Billy Hubbell in the Probate settlement document. Published on-line by Schenectady County Public Library, www. This entry mistakenly shows he was promoted from cornet to 2nd Lieutenant on June 10, Find names of soldiers with the help of annotations supplied by other Footnote users and feel free to add your own.
Series I: The Records of the Council of Safety consists of muster rolls, returns, exemptions, substitutes, deserters, prisoners and soldiers missing in action. The amount of their pensions is not specified.
Dole was listed as a lieutenant in the Dragoons from Ridgefield. Bearss, but with no source provided. This series contains essential records relating to one of America's earliest colonies, from toincluding military, tax, marriage, and land records, as well as documents from American history covering the Revolutionary War and the Whiskey Rebellion.
Often knowing the counties that had men in a regiment will help you determine if a soldier was your ancestor. Also, an unreliable birth date of September 29,was given in edwardjh Bearss Family Tree at ancestry.
They were married there on Feb 10, Loyalists were those individuals who fought on the side of the British during the American Revolution. It was armed and equipped in order to be ready in a moments warning. I also give to James ye east lower room of my dwelling-house to be at his own dispose forever.
He and his companions presumably drove a wagon train up the rough but newly widened Wilderness Road to Louisville, Kentucky and then rode on flatboats down the Ohio River to Missouri.
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INCLUDING EXTRACTS FROM THE LOST ORDER BOOK" Sweeny, Lenora H. Massachusetts Privateers of the Revolution. Gardner Weld Allen ROLLS & LISTS OF CONNECTICUT MEN IN THE REVOLUTION Connecticut. Payroll of Capt. Theodore Woodbridge’s Company, General Wooster’s Regiment, November 10, to February 29,Rolls and Lists of Connecticut Men in the Revolution – (Reprint, ; Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, ), 12– Doubling as a brigadier general for both the province of Connecticut and the Continental Army, David.
Joseph Plumb Martin also spelled as Joseph Plum Martin in military records and recorded as Joseph P. Martin in civilian town clerk records. (November 21, – May 2, ) was a soldier in the Continental Army and Connecticut Militia during the American Revolutionary War, holding the rank of private for most of the sylvaindez.com published narrative of his experiences, re-discovered in the s Buried: Sandy Point, Maine.
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This work consists of rolls and lists of Connecticut Continental Regiments, ; organizations of the Connecticut Line. American Revolutionary War Records Rolls –, Abstracts of Graves, Compiled Military Service Records, –, Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Applications – Fromwith the first shots in Lexington, to the Treaty of Paris inthe Revolutionary War secured independence for the United States of America.