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NEW-YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
PUBLICATION FUND. 



XXIV. 



COMMITTEE ON PUBLICATIONS. 



EDWARD F. DE LANCEY, 
DANIEL PARISH, JR., 
CHARLES ISHAM. 



COLLECTIONS 



OF THE 



NEW- YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY 



FOR THE YEAR 



1891. 



PUBLICATION FUND SERIES. 



NEW YORK: 

PRINTED FOR THE S O C I E T V . 
MDCCCXCII. 




OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY, 1892. 



PRESIDENT, 

JOHN ALSOP KING. 

FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT, 

JOHN A. WEEKES. 

SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT, 

JOHN S. KENNEDY. 

FOREIGN CORRESPONDING SECRETARY, 

JOHN BIGELOW. 

DOMESTIC CORRESPONDING SECRETARY, 

EDWARD F. DE LANCEY 

RECORDING SECRETARY, 

ANDREW WARNER. 

TREASURER, 

ROBERT SCHELL. 

LIBRARIAN, 

CHARLES IS HAM. 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 



FIRST CLASS FOR ONE YEAR. 



JOHN A. WEEKES, JOHN W. C. LEVERIDGE, 

J. PIERPONT MORGAN. 



SECOND CLASS FOR TWO YEARS. 



EDWARD F. DE LANCEY, DANIEL PARISH, JR., 

FRANCIS TOMES. 



THIRD CLASS FOR THRKE YEARS. 



BENJAMIN H. FIELD, FREDERIC GALLATIN, 

CHARLES ROWLAND RUSSELL. 

FOURTH CLASS FOR FOUR YEARS. 

JOHN S. KENNEDY, GEORGE W. VANDERBILT, 

WILLIAM KELBY. 

JOHN A. WEEKES, Chairman. 
DANIEL PARISH, JR., Secretary. 

[The President, Recording Secretary, Treasurer, and Librarian 
are members, ex-qfficto, of the Executive Committee.] 



COMMITTEE ON THE FINE ARTS. 

DANIEL HUNTINGTON, JACOB B. MOORE, 

ANDREW WARNER, HENRY C. STURGES. 

JOHN A. WEEKES, GEORGE W. VANDERBILT. 

DANIEL HUNTINGTON, Chairman, 
ANDREW WARNER, Secretary. 

[The President, Librarian, and Chairman of the Executive Com- 
mittee are members, ex-officio, of the Committee on the Fine Arts.] 



MUSTER ROLLS 



OF 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS. 



I755-I764- 



INTRODUCTION. 



THIS volume contains the Muster Rolls of the various 
regiments and smaller organizations of troops raised and put 
in the field by the province of New York, which served dur- 
ing the Seven Years' War in America, or, as it was later called, 
"The Old French War" the war which terminated forever 
the power of France in the New World. 

They cover the whole period of that war from 1755 to 1763, 
except those for 1757, which have disappeared from the 
archives of the State of New York at Albany, where all the 
others are preserved as originally filed in the office of the Pro- 
vincial Secretary of the Colony of New York. From them the 
copies used in printing this volume were most carefully made 
by the eminent New York archivists and historians, the late 
Dr. Edmund B. O'Callaghan and Mr. Berthold Fernow. The 
former, so well known as the historian of New Netherland, 
and editor of the invaluable collection of the "Colonial 
Documents of New York," in eleven quarto volumes, and other 
works, upwards of thirty-five years ago copied personally 
nearly two-thirds of these Muster Rolls, intending to use 
them in a work of his own, an intention subsequently aban- 
doned. After his death in 1870, his widow, to whom he devised 
and bequeathed all his property, among others of his manu- 
scripts gave these copies to the New York Historical Society. 
Subsequently the Society determined to complete the tran- 
scription of the Muster Rolls, with a view to their future 
publication in its " Collections," and entrusted the work to 
Mr. Berthold Fernow, well known for his own accurate and 
continued labors in the field of New York history. The Rolls 
have been copied by both these gentlemen exactly as they 
were written and filed, such being the only true rule to be 
observed in transcribing for the press historical documents 
of this nature. 

The numbers and designations of the companies, the 
names of the privates and officers, the mention of individual 
size, age, personal appearance, nativity, localities where en- 
listed, with the dates of enlistment, and similar details given 
in these Muster Rolls, are a mine of a kind of information 
which is now of very great value and importance. This is 
owing to the great interest and attention which of late years 



xii INTRODUCTION. 

have been given to the colonial history of America in general, 
and of New York in particular. 

As illustrative of these Muster Rolls, and of the 
of the province of New York in the Seven Years' War in 
America, there has been added an appendix of documents and 
papers compiled from the archives of the State at Albany 
and the library of the Society. These show the action of the 
Governors of the province, the colonial legislature and other 
provincial authorities, not only in relation to their own 
troops, but to the carrying on of the war generally by the 
people of the province' of New York, its legislature, and its 
Governors. 

These documents and papers contain a mass of information 
of much value, and not easily accessible heretofore to the 
historical inquirer. They are as follows : 

1. A list of all the acts of the legislature of the province 
seventeen in number under which the various regiments 
and smaller bodies of troops were raised, equipped, paid, and 
subsisted. This gives the year and day of the month in 
which each act was passed, thus enabling them to be con- 
sulted in any one of the volumes of the colonial statutes of 
New York, ancient or modern. 

2. The official orders, directions, and proclamations of 
Governors James Ue Lancey, Sir Charles Hardy, and Cadwal- 
lader Golden during the war, relative to the troops, the regi- 
ments, their officers, their movements, their destinations, and 
the events of the campaigns; in short, an official history of 
the direction of the war in New York, of which little has 
been before known. Interspersed in these documents are a 
few excerpts from newspapers of the day, called forth by 
their issue or by specific incidents of the war. 

3. Lists of commissioned officers as far as they could be 
obtained from the records, and lists of names of non-commis- 
sioned officers and privates, found in the commissariat accounts 
of the Commissaries, John Cruger, Beverley Robinson, and 
Peter van Brugh Livingston, who formed a joint commission. 
From the same accounts, lists of the names of deceased 
soldiers from 1756 to 1762 whose heirs received the pay due 
them at the time of their death. 

4. Lists of deserters, and notices and advertisements in 
relation to deserters during the war. 

5. Lists of commissions signed by the Governors. 

6. A book of military appointments and other military 
information in 1759, l ?6> ar| d 1761, kept by John Godby, a 
clerk in the office of the Secretary of the province, in the per- 
formance of his official duties. 



INTRODUCTION. xiii 

7. Lists of the commissions issued for the provincial regi- 
ments, dated April 6, 1761, and October 8, 1761. 

8. List of warrants issued to captains for bounty and 
enlistment monies, with the amount of each warrant in New 
York currency. 

This volume of Muster Rolls and accompanying documents 
and papers is an important contribution to the true history 
of the province of New York in the middle of the last century. 

Its general Index, the careful work of Mr. William Kelby, 
the Librarian of the Society, gives the name of every officer 
and private in the Rolls and Lists. 

EDWARD F. DE LANCEY. 

August, 1897. 



NEW YORK MUSTER ROLLS. 
1755-1764. 



ALBANY, JUNE 4 1755. A LIST OF CAP T . EDMOND 
MATHEWS COMPANY MUSTERED THE 4TH DAY OF 
JUNE AT THE CITY OF ALBANY IN THE YEAR OF 
OUR LORD 1755. BEFORE HANSE HANSEN ESQ R 
MAYOR AND JACOB TEN EIKE AND GARRET MAR- 
SELES ESQ RS . ALDERMEN. 

Their names as by Certificates produced to us and also 
the men in person. 

Edmond Mathews, Captain 
Elias Funda, first Livetenant 
John Lotteridge, 2 d Lievetenant 



John Sidebom 
Martin Rine 
John Long 
John Himes 
Michal M c Daniel 
Patrick Murray 
William Austin 
Richard Conely 
John Johnson 
Thomas Lotteridge 
Alexander Anderson 
James Harris 
Hugh Raily 
John Johnson, J r 
Cox Hamilton 
John Van'Din 
Christopher Upen 
John Smith 
Gasham Saxton 
Thomas M c Cord 
Daniel Calligon 
William Morrison 
James Bennet 
John Hewnson 



John Karty 
Johanathan Miller 
Mykell Cassety 
Anthony Brodrick 
William Snodgrass 
John Applestall 
Uriah Nealson 
William M c Pharson 
Patrick Mathews 
John Hally 
Caleb Knap 
Henry Waldron 
William Kopps 
Joseph Mitchell 
Ronald McDonald 
Hugh Dougherty 
David Burch 
John Loughran 
Charles Dowdell 
Johannes Shallbury 
Nicholas Van Schayk 
John Kaff 
Thomas Morrey 
William Litch 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



Thomas Wells 
John Hawkins 
Charles Doudel 
William Watson 
Nicholas Kidney 
James Pat Bladdo 
Timothy Whelan 
Dennis O'Bryan 
John Collins 
Christopher Whitmore 
Jacob Petengill 
Jasper Baly 
John Scodswell 
Daniel M c Caleps 
William Royston 
John Goodwin 
John Reyley 
John Dolby 
Dennis Low 
James Kelly 
Daniel Wilkison 
Francis Bourgeois 
William Harker 
James Conner 
Dennis Springer 

This is to Certifie that we mustered the within Company 
for Captain Edmond Mathcws at the City of Albany as within 
Expressed at the head of this List they clay and year first 
above Written the whole Company containing one hundred 
Men Officers Included. 

HANS HANSEN, Mayor 
GERRET MARSELIS, Alderman 
JACOB TEN EYCK, Aid" 1 



Oein M c Garde 

William Dakret 

Samevill York 

Micel Doren 

Hendrick Herkson 

James Mars 

Joseph Monci 

Allick M c Clecklin 

Garret Marselus 

Johannis Beckle 

Swerus Marselus 

Samuel Biltman 

Philip Hellembolt 

Adam Strodbeek 

Hendrick Manier 

Charles Galeher 

Jacob Haberman 

James Herley 

William Forgison 

Philip Miller 

Hendrick Cans 

Frans Johan Shemine Elfeng 

Johannes Mesker 

John Liddy 



LIST OF EACH OFFICER AND SOLDIER INLISTED IN CAPT N 
PHILIP JN SCHUYLER'S COMPANY. 

Philip Schuyler, Capt. 
Henry V. Schaack, | T . , 
Philip Lansing, ( 
Joshua Brooks, 1 
Dan' Bixby, I g 

Andries Besinger, 
John MIntire, 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755. 



Will m - Pendal, 
Jabey Jozlin, 
John Dunbar, 



Corp 



Is. 



Edward Wheeler 

Will" 1 - Crouder 

Nich s Graat 

Charles Jacobs 
5 Patrick O'Neal 

Henry M c Cormack 

Anthony Speck 

Anthony Noble 

John Woodcock, J r 
10 Johannis Jager 

Johannis Wacker 

Richard Hews 

James Shelledon 

John Jurigh Geer 
15 Johan Jurigh fock 

Hans Jurigh Buck 

John Crodis 

John Brooks 

John Ward 
20 Napthaley Owens 

Johannis Graat 

John Nojards 

Frans P. Klaw 

Sam 11 - Roberson 
25 John Were 

Jonathan Lowell 

Johannis Vedder 

James Williams 

John Eerhart 
30 Sam 11 Taylor 

Alex r - Grant 

Christopher Lodewyck 

John Thomas 

Philip Harmen 
35 Charles Deen 

John M c Namara 

Anthony Warren 

Johannis H. Klaw 

George Rainer 
40 Nich's. Follard 

Thomas Curril 

Jacob Quackenbosh 



Francis Crebel 
Dan 11 - Stoddard 
45 Benjamin Sampson 

Jacob Tongkings 

'Jerome Van Wieren 

Jurigh Protepigh 

Thomas Caton 
50 George Shurf? 

Andries Besinger, J r - 

Abr m - Concklin 

Petrus Schutt 

Hugh Flannagan 
55 Jacob Woodcock 

Lammert H. V. Valken- 
burg. 

Robbert Barret 

Benjamin Wampum 

John 5 - Althuysen 
60 Mathevv Howell 

Oliver Thayre 

John Cooms 

Will m - Higgins 

Jonathan Hutchins 
65 Richard Hornet 

George Patterson 

John Wittington 

Christian Ceerhart 

David Crawford 
70 David Winchel 

Sam 11 - Thomas 

George Albreghtill 

Peter Faverois 

Joseph Hall 
75 Ruben Prime 

Isaac B. Van Alstyi> 

Bastian Pompald 

Thomas Wells 

Isaac Van Alstyn 
80 Dirck Woodcock, J r 

Will 1 "- C. Haienbeek 

Will Bearcraft 

Garrat Bowman 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



Oliver White 
85 Sangro Warren 
Tho s Benson 



Safvinus Besinger 
Myndert Wynkoop 
89 David Price 



Mustered then In the Regiment of foot Raised in the Pay 
and Service of the Province of New York and Commanded 
by the Hon ble James De Lancey Esq r - Commander in Chief of 
said Province. One Captain two Lieu ts - four Serg ts - three 
Corp' 8 - One Drummer and Eighty Nine Private Centinals. 
According to an Act of the Legislature of this Province 
Passed the third Day of May In the twenty Eight Year of 
the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second, King 
of England, France and Ireland, Anno. Dommino 1755. 

Mustered before us in the Manner of Rensselaerwyck in 
.the County of Albany this fourteenth Day of June 1/55. 
SYBRANT G. V. SCHAICK, Judge 
JOHANNIS VANSANTE, Justis 
JACOB TEN EYCK, Justis 

PHILL I. SCHUYLER. 



A LIST OF THE COMPANY UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPT. 
STREET HALL ESQ R . OF WALLINGFORD ENLISTED IN 
HIS MAJESTY'S SERVICE IN THE PAY OF THE PROVINCE 
OF NEW YORK. 

Viz. Street Hall, Esq r ., Capt. 
David Baldin, 1st Lieut. 
Efyenezer Dyar, 2 Lieut. 



Josiah Stanly 
Justus Holt 
John Rowlison 
James Osburn 
Isaac Cook 
John Andrus 
David Spencer 
Anthony Miller 
Jonathan Wright 
Frederick Chappel 
James Hartford 
Nath 11 . Yale 
Waitstill Cook 
Stephen Ives 
Elisha Brackett 
John Dudley 



Daniel Tharp 
Barnabas Merwin 
Jonathan Bull 
Ethan Curtiss 
John Rose 
Sylvanus Bishop 
Nathan Osborn 
Phinehas Beech 
Nathan Andrews 
Benjamin Huff 
Israel Daton 
Nath 11 . Cook 
Timothy Carrington 
Nath". Hitchcock 
Sam". Whedone 
Sam". Bayley 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755. 



Jason Cooper 
Peter Davis 
Will m . Brown 
Eldad Curtiss 
Josiah Dudley 
Hezekiah Brackett 
Sam 11 . Towner 
Benjamin Griswold 
Benjamin Chittingden 
Thomas Watson 
Nicholas Elsworth 
Amaziah Busk 
David Page 
Ephraim Camp 
John Tom 
Will: Tom 
Enos Potter 
James Henman 
Benj". Cooke, J r . 
John Atwood 
Bate Hall 
Israel Frisbe 
John Kimbol 
Will m . Right 
Peter Sip 
Adam Saintgood 
Peter President 
Permenas Bunnel 
Francis Blague 
John Low 
Moses Earl 
Denis Covert 
James Parker 

June 2ist 1755 Then mustered aforenamed Ninety Seven 
private soldiers as able Bodied Effective Men &c. 
Test Elihu Chauncey, Commiss r of y e Musters. 

Norwalk 23d June 1755. 

I do certify to the Honourable James Delancey Esq r . L 1 ., 
Governor and Commander in Chiefe of the Colony of New 
York that Captain Street Hall hath Raised a Company of one 
Hundred Effective Men Officers included for the service of 
the said Colony of New York as appears by the Muster Roll 
of the said Company signed by Elihu Chauncey Esq r . whom 
I appointed Commissary of the Musters for the three Com- 



Moses Wooster 
Israel Smith 
Samuel Lyon 
Edward Wooster 
Timothey Dirgey 
David Colkoon 
Samuel Halbart 
Daniel Kenney 
Samuel Waller 
Abiraham Stoddard 
Elijah Hamblin 
Jedediah Jewet 
Paul Atwell 
John Thomas 
Nathaniel Dike 
Larance Parkle 
John Howde 
Joseph Ball 
Arch d . Blare 
Timothy Turner 
Eben Warner 
Sam 11 . Smith 
Jedediah Morehouse 
Thadeus Carter 
David Cooke 
Charles Dutton 
Joseph Miles 
Elnathan Street 
Eben r . Bracket 
Mordica Cuff 
James Corbit 
Joseph Bishop 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



panics to be Raised in this Colony on the pay and Encour- 
agement of New York, which Roll is herewith transmitted, 
given under my Hand the Date above 

THO S . FITCH. 

N. B. The Commissary is one of the Judges of one of our 
County Courts a Major in the standing Militia and Divers 
Times hath been Clerk of the Assembly. 



LIST OF EACH OFFICER AND SOLDIER IN CAI >T WILL" 
M C GINNES COMPANY. 



Will" 1 - M c Ginnis, Capt. 
Robert M. Ginnis, Jun r - 
Peter Backer, 
Solomon Gardner, 
John Freeman, 
John Hair, 

Harmanis Teruilliger, 
Martin M c Gee, 
John Williams, 
Joseph Fitch, 
Morris Mackivers, 



Serj' s - 
Corp ls 



10 



John M c Clafry 
Stephen Brown 
John Smith 
John Davis 
John Brooks 
William Downard 
Andrew Philips 
Richard Hair 
John Richardson 
Edward Simmons 
Hamilton Stewart 
John M c Donnald 
Will" 1 - Haii- 
John Johnson 
Frederick Geler 
Michel Tobin 
John Writh 
Pieter Creedy 
John Flemmin 
20 John Adams 
Johan" 1 Streter 
Michel Lester 
Goeliff Cosman 



Hendrick Fretzie 
James Travis 
Barnet Gelder 
Johannis Miller 
Will" 1 - Brice 
Timothay Higgins 

30 George Berry 
Ban gad is Mark 
Jacob Mabie 
John Mabie 
Lawrence Blesie 
Johannis Eckerson 
Pieter Griffys 
John Foy 
Jacob Enckish 
John Philips 

40 John Hair J r - 
Francis Burck J r - 
Thomas Berop 
Ludwick Bernhard 
Cornelis Van Sice 
Folkert Philips 
Crown age Kincade 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755. 



7 



George Ackley 

John M c Michel 

Andrew Stewert ' 
50 Severyne Brown Van Et- 
ten 

Garret Newkerck 

John DeWitt 

John Palmer 

Andrew Springstone 

Andrew Keyser 

Will 1 "- M c Connell 

Andrew Kerney 

Thomas Kerurer 

Lawrence Schoolcraft 
60 Johannis Pest 

Pieter Williams 

Lodwick Sneyder 

John Stoats 

Pieter Stack 

George M c Mohon 

William Shafe 

Joseph Griffin 

Stephen Hunt 

Coonrath Kyer 
70 Isaac Backer 

James Darwell 

James Ranson 

John Stage 

Daniel Leach 

Daniel DeWitt 



George Sparks 

Robert Sparks 

Daniel Decker 

Daniel M c Bride 
80 Evert Ostrander 

Alex r - M c Noll 

Samuel Stevens 

William Sturdy 

Pieter Wilson 

Jacob Sluyter 

Frances Duffy 

Johannis Plauck 

John Toole 

Edward Collins 
9 Joghem VanValkenburgh 

HarmenVanValkenburgh 

Johannis Schoolcraft 

Peter Griffes 

Edward Simmons 

Patrick O'Hara 

John Richardson 

Johannis Streter 

Adam Shever 

John Cowles 
100 Saveryn Brown 

And w - Springstein 

And w - Kyser 

William Stewart 

Jam 8 - Ransom 

James Dowel 



Mustered Then in the Regiment of foot Raised in the 
pay and Service of the Province of New York and Com- 
manded by the Honourable James DeLancey Esq Com- 
mander in Chief of s d< Province one Capt. Two Lieut 5 - four 
Serj ts - Three Corp lls> one Drum & Eighty Nine private Cente- 
nels according to an Act of the Legislature of this Province 
passed on y e third Day of May In the Twenty Eight year of 
the Reign of our Soveraign Lord George the Second King of 
England France and Ireland &c a- Annoque Domini 1755 
Mustered before us in the Town of Schenectady In the 
County of Albany this Twenty fourth Day of June 1755. 

WILLIAM MGINNIS. 

SYBRANT G. V. SCHAICK, Judge 
JOHN VISGER, Justice 
JN- B. V. EPS, Justice 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



CAPT. M c GiNNES COMPANY. 



John Powel 
Daniel Letts 
David MGiggin 
Andrew Phillips 
Will" 1 - Price 
Peter Wilson 
Will" 1 - Howly 
Edw d Davis 
Lowdowick Snycler 
George Sparks 
Evert Osterander 
John Miller 
Conrad Kyer 
Lawrance Schoolcraft 
John Schoolcraft 
Hugh Horon 
Godlif Coffman 
W m M c Cane 
Peter Stark 
Ed\v d ' Simmons 
John Wright 
George Berry 
George Eckly 
John M c Michael 
John M c Cafry 
John Geo. Waggoner 
John Page 



David Decker 
Frederick Geler 
Peter Williams 
Adam Shaver 
Lowdowick Bernherd 
Henrich Fitchet 
Peter Griffies 
John Davis 
John Staats 
Edw d - Collins 
Edw d - Machair 
John Streder 
John Brooks 
Johan 5 Plank 
Richard Hair 
John Hair, J r 
Wm. Hair 
Barnet Kelder 
W m Sheaf 
Stephen Hunt 
John Richardson 
Thorn 5 Beareep 
Richard Hair 
Martin M c Gee 
And w - Stewart 
John Mabie 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. ISAAC CORSA'S COMPANY. 



Joseph Hunt 
Nathan Flint 
John Kerritte 
John Harris 
$ Peter Boon 
John Mahar 
Joseph Hutchings 
Patrick Fitsgeral 
Peter Clinton 
10 John Smith 

Archibald M c Entire 
Daten Buck 



Henry Harris 
Joseph Wordin 

15 Roger Downy 
William Ryddle 
Joseph Harrell 
David Sturdyman 
John SufTerell 

20 Patrick Martin 
Thorn 8 Murry 
Jam 8 - Deniston 
Michael White 
Samuel Gilbert 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755. 



25 Elixander Steward 

Daniel M c Lean 

William Blake 

Johanes Sleghter 

Patrick Oneal 
30 Savage Truscoate 

Patrick Dugan 

John Welch 

Thorn 8 - Sealy 

John Tapper 
35 John Combco 

John Michaelhoffnail 

Rooling Tester 

Jonathan Barrett 

Rich d - Taylor 
40 Wharton Butler 

Benjamin Philips S r> 

Thomas Hosington 

Rob 4 - Smith 

Timothy Agin 
45 Daniel O'Brien 

John Scot 

John Bryant 

David Brady 

Mathew Fisher 
50 Thomas Hagerty 

Rob t- Rogers 

Thorn 8 - Wilson 

Henry Stabs 

Will m - Johnston 
55 Eliphar Clinton 

Walter Ryddle 

William Peneevow 

Alexander M c Cloud 

John Gordon 
60 Michael Tompson 

Barnabe Maquade 

John Fluig 



Thorn 5 - Wilder 

Abraham Bullis 
65 Titus Travis 

Jeremiah King 

Vincent Carter 

William Griffin 

Samuel Anthony 
70 George Bary 

Richard Wilson 

Thorn 3 - Cannif 

Michael Howser 

Howel Williams 
75 Ezekiel Jee 

Silvenus Purdy 

John Nowlen 

Thorn 3 - Conkling 

Henry Kniffen 
So Stephen Pryor 

Jose Burrill 

Deliverance Conkling 

Johanness Coone 

Henry Cronkhite 
85 John Lane 

Bornt Marling 

Nathaniel Aplebe 

John Glin 

Joshua Gidney 
90 John Grindell 

Gabriel Huson 

George Caten 

Christophel Petrente 

John Johnston 

John Thackor 

Ninty Five Men Enlisted 

Isaac Briggs entered 1st 
July as appears by Cer- 
tificate. 



I Moses Owen one of his Majesty's Justices of the peace 
for the County of Westchester do certify that Isaac Briggs of 
Tuckyho aged Seventeen Years is duely Inlisted in the Com- 
pany to be Commanded by Isaac Corsa in the pay of the 
Province of New York. And that I administered to him the 
Oath of fidelity Inserted in the Instructions from^Lieutenant 
Governor DeLancey and that the Clause in the Act of that 



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MUSTER ROLLS OF 



Province against Meeting and Desertion was read to him in 

o ^J 

1755. 

Westchester ) 

County f SS. We the under subscribing authority Do 

Corsa and he having produced the Setificates to us that they 
them to be able sufficient Bodyed Men to the Number of 



CAPT. PHILLIP 

PAYMUSTERS OF THE MEN RAISED IN THE SERVICE 
EFFECTIVE MEN. 



Capt. Phill. Jn- Schuyler ) 

Lieut. Henry V. Schaack > 

Phill. Lansingh ) 

John M c lntire 

Serg 1 - Andries Besinger. . . . 

Joshua Brooks 

Dan 1 - Bixby 

Corp 1 ' Anthony Warren.. . . 

Oliver White 

Drum r Will. Deer 

Private Men Charles Jacobs 

Sam 11 - Roberts 

Jona" Lowell 

Alex 1 "- Grant 

Benj n - Sampson 

Oliver Thayre' 

George Patterson. . . 

David Crawferd 

Joseph Kail 

Joseph Bosvvorth. . . . 
Jonathan Hutchins. 

Nich s - Grant 

Johannis Grant 

Henry M c Cormack. . 

Sam 1 - Taylor 

Dan 1 - Stoddard 

Ruben Prime.. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1 755- II 

my Presence. Dated at the Whiteplains the 1st day of July 

MOSES OWEN. 

Hereby Certify the within List of the Levy Raisd by Capt. 

are Lawfully Inlisted was this Day Revewed by us and find 

the within List July y e I th 1755. 

GILL BLOOMER, Judge 
MOSES OWEN, Justis 
ELISHA HYATT, Justes 

J. SCHUYLER'S COMPANY. 

OF THE PROVINCE OF NEW YORK AS PR AC T - 



When 
Inlisted. 




Number of 
Days. 


Amount 
of each 
man's Pay. 




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58 @ 8/ 


23 4 




1 


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17 8 










17 8 




7 


j3 


56 


4 13 4 




May 14 


c 


49 @ 1/8 


4 i 8 




17 


I-H 


46 


3 168 




June 9 


g 


23 


i 18 4 




May 13 


i > 


50 


3 15 o 




24 


o 


@ 1/6 


2 18 6 




June 3 


nJ 




236 






Q 




81 7 o 






to 


56 








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56 










56 











56 








4* 
4-1 


56 






May 7 


OJ 


56 


38 10 o 






s 


56 








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56 








'c 


56 








l*H 


56 








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56 






May 12 


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12 MUSTER ROLLS OF 



EFFECTIVE MEN. 



Private Men Benj n - Wampum 

David Winchel 

Jn- Dunbar 

Nich s - Follard 

Johannis Jager 

George Albreght 

Peter Faverois 

Dick Woodcock 

Thomas Curril 

Napthaley Owens 

Jn Nojares 

Garrat Bowman 

David Price 

Will" 1 Beacraft 

Anthony Noble 

Johannes Wauker 

Johan Jurigh Buch... ... 

Hugh Flannagan 

Isaac Van Alstyn 

Sam 1 Thomas 

John Woodcock 

John Ward 

John Thomas 

Jerome Van Wieren 

Frans P. Klaw 

Isaac B. Van Alstyn 

Jacob Woodcock 

Lammert V. Valkenburgh 

Johannes H. Klaw 

Abr m Concklin 

Jurigh Protepigh 

Bastian Pompale 

Thomas Welsh 

Will m C. Halenbeek. .. . 

Chris. Lodwyck 

Saugre Warren 

Mathew Howell 

Will Pendall 

Phill. Harmen 

George Rainer 

Robbert Barrat 

John Althuysen 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755. 



When 
Inlisted. 




Number of 
Days. 


Amount 
of each 
man's Pay. 










s. d. 








50 @ 1/6 


18 15 o 








50 










50 






May 10 




53 


363 




May 1 6 




47 










47 








. 


47 








^0 


47 






May 14 


^ 


49 


3 i 3 




May 20 


OJ 


43 








T3 


43 








-5 


43 


10 15 o 






B 

i i 


43 






May 24 




39 


289 




May 26 


3 


37 


6 18 9 






<*-. 


37 








O 


37 








o3 


37 








Q 


37 


6 18 9 






w 


37 






May 27 


11 


36 








u=! 


36 


900 






4-J 

O 


36 








4-1 


36 






May 28 


c 

D 


35 








a 


35 








4-1 

C/3 


35 


1326 






"c 


35 








I 1 

<* 1 


35 








o 


35 







May 29 


03 


34 


4 5 o 






Q 


34 






May 30 


<u 


33 








5 


33 


426 




June i 


s 


31 




, 




o 

Vi 


31 


3 17 6 




June 3 


fe 


29 


i 16 3 




June 4 




28 










28 










28 










28 


10 16 





14 MUSTER ROLLS OF 



EFFECTIVE MEN. 



Private Men Richard Hernet 

James Williams 

Edward Wheeler 

Will 1 "- Crouder 

John Eerhart 

Jacob Quackenboss 

Francis Crebel 

Christian Berhart 

Will m - Higgins 

Myndert Wynkoop 

George Shurff 

Johannis Vedder 

Charles Deen 

John M c Namara 

John Brooks 

Petrus Schut 

Thomas Cator 

George C. Cock 

John $' Lawrence 

Sam" Gray 

Anth y - Spock 

Patrick O'Neal 

Richard Hews 

82 Private Men 

To Amount of the Officers Pay 

Jabez Joslin ) 

J n Wellington > Discharged . . . 

John Where ) 



I Do Declare on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God 
were regularly Inlisted According to an Act of the Legisla- 
were in Actual Service Except the three Discharged as pr 
Sworn before us 

Albany, July 28 th 1755. 
PHILL. SCHUYLER, ) T 
JN- DE PEYSTEK, [ Pa y ma *ters. 

I acknowledge to have Rec d - of Mess re - Phill. Schuyler & 
men. Likewise the Pay of the officers mentioned there from 
July, both Days Included. 

276. 8. o. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755. 



When 
Inlisted. 




Number of 
Days. 


Amount 
of each 
man's Pay. 










s. d. 




June 8 




24 @ 1/6 


I 10 O 




June 9 


~? 


23 








i > 


23 


463 






o 


23 






June 10 


X 


22 


i 7 6 




June 12 


oJ 

Q 


20 










20 






June 12 


4-1 
CO 


20 


650 








20 








,G 


20 






June 13 


5 ^ 


19 








4- *" 


19 


3H3 




June 14 


<u ""^ 
C u 


18 








4-> -3 
C/3 ^ 


18 


7 76 
<J / 






^ c 


18 






June 27 


1 1 1 1 


9 - 


0113 




June 19 


IM 

O 


13 


o 163 




30 


X 


2 


026 


. 


7 


rt 


25 


i ii 3 


Phill Jn- Schuyler. 


2 




30 


i 17 6 




May 15 


u 

4_) 


4 8 


300 






c 


@ i/3 


187 oo o 


s. d. 




c 
o 




8 1 07 o 


268 70 


May 7 


fe 


59 1/6 


486 




June i 




34 


226 




June 1 1 




24 


I IO O 


8 i o 










276 8 o 



that the Men whose names are mentioned In the within Roll 
ture of the Province made for that Purpose and that the Men 
the Account. 

PHILL. JN- SCHUYLER. 



John De Peyster paymaster the Pay for the within mentioned 
the Day of their Respective Inlistments to the 1st Day of 



PHILL. JN- SCHUYLER. 



i6 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF Y E SOLDIERS ENLISTED IN CAPT. 
JOHN SLAP'S COMPANY RAISED IN THIS COLONY IN 
Y E PAY OF NEW YORK TO BE IMPLOYED IN CONJUNC- 
TION WITH Y E FORCES OF THE OTHER GOVERNMENTS 
IN BUILDING FORTS & REMOVEING ENCROACHMENTS 
ON HIS MAJESTIES LANDS TO Y E NORTHWARD OF 
ALBANY. 

John Slap, Cap' 

Sam 11 Stanton, 1st Lieut. 

Sam" Gayland, 2 Lieut. 



Will" 1 Billings 
Dan 1 Bellows 
Benjamin Brooks 
Will m Dewy 
Jabez Green 
Eleazer Robinson 
Tho s Atwood 
Joseph Preston 
John Gennings 
Ebenezer Crocker 
Uriah Carpenter 
Joseph Shaddock 
Richard Webber 
Joseph Russ 
John Abbe J r 
Clement NefF 
Dan 1 - Rust J r 
Benajah Edwards 
Anson Whitney 
Ebenezer Dunham 
John Rice 
Joseph Pumham 
Job Amos 
Ephraim Dean 
Nath 1 - Curtiss 
Nath 1 - Chappel 
Ruben Atwood 
Benjamin Larkin 
Tho s - Walbridge 
Aaron Eaton 
Dan 1 - Rust 
Benjamin Buel 
Zepurah Cooper 
Joseph Rust 



Will" 1 Hodgkins 

W m - Pollard 

W m - Loyd 

Asa Bowdish 

John Brown 

John Rayn 

Elias Avery 

Peter Dye 

Simon Sparhauk 

Richard Thomas 

Benjamin Coyes 

Josia Hawkins 

Jonathan Paheag 

Tho s Kinis 

Joseph Garret 

Bristo Park 

Woodbury Starkweather 

Dan 11 - Ford 

Nath 11 - Wells 

Ebenezer Davis 

Ruben Hutchinson 

Nathan Lillie 

Elijah Fitch 

Dan"- Rose 

Josiah Whitney 

Isaac Sawer 

Ebenezer Lyman 

Resolved Wheeler 

Mercy Throop 

King Palmer 

Tho s - Martin 

Sam"- Metcalf 

Tho s - Goodrich 

Sam 1 - Foster 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755, 



Dan 1 - Killum 
Justus Dayley 
John Lord 
Ephraim Goodrich 
Dan 1 - Bliss 
Charles Bartlet 
Tho s - Loveland 
Tho s - Powel 
Tho s - Selkreg 
Joseph Lewiss 
Edmund Reding 
Tim - Raney 
Isaac Hail 
Abel Friel 
Tho s - Blake 



Charles Squire 
Sam"- Cotton 
Jabez Barns 
Josiah Ferrill 
Eleazer Gaylord 
Rufus Yarrington 
Tho s - Sweete 
Nath 1 - Miller 
Robart Stevens 
Sam 11 - Judd 
Josiah Savage 
Sam"- Spelman 
Robert Stevenson 
Aaron Stevens 



These Certifie that I the Subscriber Mustered y e soldiers 
named in the Foregoing Roll. Being 97 and find and judge 
all and each of them to be Able Bodied and Effective Men 
and fit for y e service aforesaid. 

Certified p r - Elihu Chauncey Commissary of y e Musters 
Durham 4th July 1755. 



Joseph Butts 
Zechariah Bicknel 
Ebenezer Steel 
John Silkregg 
Nath 11 - Tyler 
Moses Whitney 
Joseph Garret 
Sam 11 - Gilbert 
Josiah Hawkins 

Josiah Savage 
Josiah Torrill J r - 
Eleazer Gaylord J r - 

Daniel Bellows 1 
Will m - Billing 
Benj n - Brook 
Thomas Goodrich j 



>- Sergeants 



Richard Nicholson 
Robert Cook 
Benjamine Tidd 
Nathaniel Lane 



Ezekiel Whitney 
James Roberts 
Joseph Lewis 
Ebenezer Larrabe 
Robert Durkee 
Sam 11 - Cotton 
Ezekiel Crocker 
Daniel Ford 



Nathaniel Tyler 
Thomas Kindress 
Samuel Tracey 

Ebenezer Davis "] 
Ruben Hutchinson ^Corp ls - 
Nathan Lilly J 

Elijah Fitch, Clark, 
Charles Squire, Drum 1 "- 

Daniel Danison 
John Smith 
Silas Bobbet 



i8 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



s. d. 

Cap 1 - pay for 20 days is 8 o o 

two Lieut 5 - D- att 6/ 12 o o 

four Sarg 1 - at I/ 8 6134 

3 Corporalls 1/6 4 IO o 

I Drum I IO o 

76 private Men for 20 days at I/ 3 p. day. 95 o o 



I Deserted. 

Aug. 4 1755 pr. Peter Vanderborgh. 



127 13 4 



A LIST OF A COMPANY OF FOOT RAISED IN DUTCHES 
COUNTY UNDER THE COMMAND OF PETER VAN DEN- 
BERGH, CAPTAIN; JOSHUA CHAMPLIN, FIRST LIEUTEN T ; 
ZEBULON MEAD, SECOND LIEUT. 



PRIVATE 

Jacob Weaver 

Simeon Bowler 

Elifelet Stevens 

Johan Hendrick Spicer 
5 Stephen Hull 

William Mills 

James Carrel 

Thomas Ingerson 

John Clemens 
10 John Weeler 

John Wood 

John Franklin J r 

Simeon Oosterhoudt 

Increase Win 
15 James Morey 

John Lewis 

Nathaniel Dunham J r 

Lewis Bennet 

Amos Bennet 
20 Joseph Parish 

Jonathan Polly 

Stephen Mead 

Ichabud Stockwell 

Elijah Harvey 
25 William Moore 

Michael M c Dannel 

Edward Dunfy 

John Roberts 



MEN. 

Dan 1 Lane 
30 Henry Lewis 

Silas Bobbet 

Elijah Curry 

John Gellit 

Richard Nicholson 
35 Michael Walter 

William Stienbergh 

Joseph Steel 

George Bondy 

Edward Hall 
40 John Ryan 

Ebenezer Merrick, J r> 

Ezra Kenny 

Daniel Davison 

Ebenezer Owen 
45 Samuel Reed 

Nathaniel Chapwell 

Jacob Brill 

Simeon Terbos, Clerk 

James Green, Serjeant 
50 Jacob Sutton 

William Johnston 

Jeames Weeks 

Daniel Aldridge 

Thimoty Larkin 
55 Michael Brown 

Peter Caswell 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755- 



Samuel Johnson 

Thomas Champlin 
70 John Moss 

Jeames Dowle 

Roelif Sherrer 

Johannis Coeraed Kerl 

Benjamin Utter 
75 Patrick Qeuin 

Jedediah Wells 

Nathaniel Pennie 



John Heffy, Jr 

Fletcher Smith 

John Crooke 
60 John Herrick 

Elkanah Cook 

Jeffrey Nees 

Phillip Whelply 

Robert Cook 
65 Jeremiah Binckham 

Francis Sauwood 

James Finly 

Att a Muster of a Company at Poghkeepsie in Dutchess 
County on ffriday the Eleventh day of July One Thousand 
Seven Hundred and ffifty ffive, Raised by Capt. Peter Van- 
derburgh in Dutchess County Wee Mathew Dubois and 
Louwerens Van Kleek Two of his Majesties Judges of the 
Court of Common pleas for said County and Nicholas De 
Lavetgne and Bartholomew Noxon,Two of his Majesties Jus- 
tices of the peace for said County Doe Certifie that the Men 
whose Names are above Written amounting to Seventy Eight 
Affective Men appeared at said Muster in our presence, who 
are all Inlisted in the Company to be Commanded by said 
Vanderburgh as Captain thereof, as by the Certificates taken 
before and produced by severall Justices of the peace for 
said County may appear. In Testimony whereof we have 
hereunto set our Hands the day & year above Written. 

MATTHEW DUBOYS 
LOUWERENS VAN KLEECK 
NICOLAS DE LAVERGNE 
BARTHO: NOXON 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE PRIVATE SOLDIERS ENLISTED 
IN CAPT. DIMOCKS COMPANY IN Y E PAY OF NEW YORK. 



Sam 11 Dimock, Capt. 

Christopher Helms, I st Lieut. 

Benjamin King, 2 
John Griswold 
Sam 1 - Tooly 
David Franklin 
Hez ah - At well 
George Dibble 
John Tacker 
Sam 11 - Reve 
Stephen Spencer 



d Lieut. 

Tho s - Webb 

10 Zepheniah Mitchel 
Gershom Rowley 
Tim - Persivel 
Eliakim Spencer 
Edward Fuller 

15 Israel Rowley 

Jedadiah Brockway 



2O 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



John Toroomp 

Dan 11 Sireas 

Simon Baguet 
20 Sam 11 Mack 

Richard Doves '.' 

John Shaw 

Zebulon Dudley 

John Loveland 
25 Benjamin Hubbard 

Sam 11 - Hudson 

Thomas Graves 

Elisha Kirtland 

Jabez Rowland 
30 Sam" Baldwin 

Ebenez r Pclton 

Increase Billings 

Will" 1 - Button 

Elihu Palmer 
35 Elisha Guard 

Francis Simmons 

Eliab Farman 

Benj"- Woodworth 

Archibald Johnson 
40 Henery Chip 

Joseph Toby 

Tho 5 - Drinkwater 

Andrew Baldwin 

Calvin Leavenworth 
45 Roger Clark 

Sam 11 - Cummins 

John Eglestone 

John Indian 

Robert Pow ' 
50 Nath 1 - Divine 

Moses Fisher 

Sam 1 Raments 

Andrew Coly 

Joshua Roggers 
55 John Chapts 

These Certifie y l I the subscriber mustered the private 
Soldiers named in y e Foregoing Roll being in Number 98 
And find & Judge all and each of them Able Bodied and 
Effective Men & fit for his Majesties service. 

Certifyed p r Elihu Chauncey Commiss y of y e Muster. 
Durham July i6th Day 
Anno Domini 1755 



Ruben Rusk J r 
Adrew Corre Compt 
Tho s Sherman 
Sam 11 - Teall 
Benj" Ackley 

65 Jack Mulatt 
John Yeant 
John Wetmore 
Cornelius Cone 
Stephen Downer 

70 Nath 11 Hall 
Tho s Lamb 
Lemuel Touey 
Charles Pawheag 

75 Caleb Shaw 
Dan 1 Comstock 
James Warner 
Will" 1 Brown 
Allin Leet 

80 Sam 1 Reynolds 
David Crouch 
Joseph Maxley 
Peter Buck 
Ruben Toney 

85 Benj" Waggs 
Sam" Todd 
Christopher Tooley 
B. Williams 
Nathan Fisher 

90 Cornelius Hannabel 
Sam" Bennet 
Will 1 "- Perige 
Tho s Sherman 
Benj" Harry 
Christopher Crouch 
Japhet Pompey 
Charles Sharper 

98 Zecheus Hill 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755. 



21 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. PHILL. SCHUYLER'S COMPANY 
ENCAMPED AT THE FLA AUG T - 3 D - 1755. 

Phill. Jn- Schuyler, Captain 
Henry Van Schaack, ) y . 



Phillip Lansing, 
Joshua Brooks, 
Dan 11 Bixby, 
John M c lntire, 
Andries Besinger, 
Anthony Warren, 
Oliver White, 
Abraham Concklin, 
William Deer, 






Serg ts - 



Corp ls - 
Drummer 



1 Edward Wheeler 

2 William Crouder 

3 Nicholas Graat 

4 Charles Jacobs 

5 Will m Pendal 

6 Patrick O'Neal 

7 Henry M c Cormack 

8 Anthony Speck 

9 John Woodcock 

10 John Dager 

11 Anthony Noble 

12 John Waaker 

13 Richard Hews 

14 Hans Jurigh Buck 

15 John Brooks 

16 John Ward 

17 Napthaly Owens 

18 Johannis Graat 

19 John Najares 

20 Frans Klaw 

21 Sam 11 Roberts 

22 Jonath"- Lowell 

23 Johannis Vedder 

24 James Williams 

25 John Echart 

26 Sam 11 - Taylor 

27 Alex r - Grant 

28 Chris. Lodewyck 

29 Jn- Thomas 

30 Phill. Harmen 

31 Charles Deer 



PRIVATE MEN. 



32 John M c Namara 

33 Johan Klaw 

34 George Rainer 

35 Nicholas Follard 

36 Thomas Curril 

37 Jacob Quackenboss 

38 Francis Crebela 

39 Joseph Bosworth 

40 Dan 1 - Stoddard 

41 Benj" Sampson 

42 Jerome Van Vlieren 

43 J ur igh Protepigh 

44 Thomas Cater 

45 George Shurff 

46 Petrus Schut 

47 Hugh Flannagan 

48 Jacob Woodcock 

49 Sam.H.VanValkenburgh 

50 Robbert Barret 

51 Benj" Wampum 

52 John Althuysen 

53 Mathew Howell 

54 Oliver Thayre 

55 Richard Hornet 

56 George Patterson 

57 Christian Ceerhart 

58 David Crawford 

59 David Winchet 

60 Sam 11 - Thomas 

61 George Albreght 

62 Peter Faverois 



22 MUSTER ROLLS OF 



63 Joseph Hall 

64 Bulen Paine 

65 Isaac B. VanAlstyn 

66 Bastian Pompalo 

67 Thomas Welsh 

68 Isaac Van Alstyn 

69 Dirck Woodcock 

70 Will 1 "- C. Halenbeek 

71 Will. Beecraft 

72 Bowme Bowman 



73 James Warren 

74 Myndert Wynkoop 

75 David Price 

76 Will" 1 Higgins 

77 Jonathan Hutchins 

78 George C. Cock 

79 John S l - Lawrence 

80 John Dunbar 

8 1 Martin Zigler for two 

Days 

PHILL. JN SCHUYLER. 



I swear on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God that 
Eighty of the above Mentioned Men where In Actual Ser- 
vice from the first Day of July exclusif to thirty first of July 
Included and that one of the abovementioned men was in 
Actual Service from the 3<D th of July to the 31" of July In- 
cluded. 

PHILL. JN SCHUYLER. 
PHIL SCHUYLER 
JN- DE PEYSTER 

I acknowledge to have Rec d from Mess re Phillip Schuyler 
& John Depeyster Pay Master to the New York forces the 
Sume of one hundred Ninety Nine pounds two shillings and 
Six pence for the Pay of one Captain two Lieut 8 four Serg ts - 
three Corp s one Drummer and Eighty one Private Men 
according to the above Roll as witness my hand this 4th 
Day of Aug'- 1755. 

PHILL. JN SCHUYLER. 
199. 2. 6. 

AN EFFECTIVE MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. ISAAC CORSA 

COMPANY 

Isaac Corsa, Captain 

Mich 1 - Thody, 1st Lieut. ^Commissioned officers 

Jonathan Ogden, 2 Lieut. J 

Joseph Hunt, *| 

Nathan Flint, , c 

John Kindle, -Sergants 

Peter Boon, 

John Johnson, 

Barnt Martling, [-Corporals 

Joseph Hutchings, 

George Katon, Drummer 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755- 



PRIVATE. 


When In- 
listed. 


When Paid. 


Days 
due. 


Amount. 


Rob t- Rogers 


May 20 


July I 


3O 


s. d. 
i 17 6 


Joseph Worden .... 


22 




3O 


i 17 6 


John Glinn 






3O 


i 17 6 


Jonathan Barratt 
Jesse Burrill 


26 




30 
3O 


i 17 6 
i 17 6 


John Lane 






3O 


i 17 6 


John Bryant 


June 2 




3O 


i 17 6 


William Johnson 
John Owling 






30 
3O 


i 17 6 
1176 


Deliverance Conckling. 
Henry Cronkhite 
Alex r - M c Clowd 
John Mahar 






30 
30 
30 
3O 


i 17 6 
i 17 6 
i 17 6 
i 17 6 


Henry Stibbs 


3 




3O 


i 17 6 


Silvanus Purdy . 


4 




3O 


1176 


John Thacker 






3O 


i 17 6 


Mich 1 Howser 


8 




3O 


i 17 6 


George Berry 


II 




3O 


I 17 6 


Samuel Anthony 
Thomas Conniff 


12 




30 
3O 


i 17 6 
17 6 


Ezekiel Gey 


I^ 




3O 


17 6 


Benj n Phillips 






3O 


17 6 


John Scott 






3O 


17 6 


Richard Wilson 


14 




3O 


17 6 


Eliphat Clinton 






3O 


17 6 


David Sturdivant .... 
Titus Travis 


16 




30 
3O 


17 6 
17 6 


Thomas Wilson 






3O 


i 17 6 


Jeremiah King 


17 




3O 


i 17 6 


Thomas Harrington . . 
Thomas Seely 


21 




30 
3O 


i 17 6 
i 17 6 


Joshua Gedney 


20 




3O 


i 17 6 


Nath 1 - Applebe 


3 




3O 


i 17 6 


Adam Mikeel 


July 6 




25 


i 17 6 


John Eliott 


7 




2 5 


i 17 6 


Joshua Barns 


5 




24 


i 17 6 


W m Firth 


18 


Deserted 


26 


i 17 6 


Mch 1 - Bryant 


May 20 




13 


i 17 6 


John Smith 


21 




3 


i 17 6 


Henry Harris 


22 




3 


i 17 6 













MUSTER ROLLS OF 



PRIVATK. 


When In- 
listed. 


When Paid. 


Days 
due. 


Amount. 


James Denisson 


May 22 




T.Q 


s. d. 
i 17 6 


John Wesltch 






T.Q 


117 6 


Peter Clinton .... 






3O 


117 6 


Thomas Hagarthy. . . . 
Samuel Gilbert 
John Gordon 


27 
24 




J^ 

30 
30 
3O 


i 17 6 
i 17 6 
117 6 


Thomas Wilder 






j w 
JO 


117 6 


Richard Taylor 






J^ 
3O 


117 6 


Thomas Conckling . . . 
Christophel Petrents. . 
David Brady 


26 


Deserted 


J 1 -' 
30 
30 

JO 


i 17 6 
i 17 6 

T T 7 6 


John Tapper 






J 1 -' 
JO 


I T 7 6 


Patrick Fitzgarld 






J u 

?o 


j I 7 () 


W m - Riddle 


28 




J^ 
JO 


T I 7 f) 


Walter Riddle .... 






J u 
7D 


17 6 


Savage Prescott. . . . 






J u 
ID 


1 / u 
I 7 6 


Alex 1 "- Stewart 






J u 
7O 


V 
I 7 6 


Rowland Foster 






J u 
7D 


1 / 
T 7 6 


William Blake 






^ u 
JO 


/ 

17 6 


Timothy Agen 


20 




J u 
JO 


1 / 

17 ^i 


Joseph Harrill 


*y 


Dpsfrtfd 


6 U 

7O 


I/ O 
IT ^ 


Worton Butliss 






20 


I/ U 
T 7 (~\ 


Barneby M c Quade . . . 
John Combs 


30 




J u 
30 
7O 


1 / VJ 

17 6 

I 7 6 


Howel Williams 






6 U 

JO 


I/ O 

I 7 fi 


Jo n - M c Hofnail . . . 






3 U 

JO 


I 7 ft 


John Sufferly. . 


3 T 




6 U 

JO 


V 
I 7 fi 


Mathew Fisher. . . 


j l 




3 

JO 


J 7 


Mich 1 - White 






3 U 




Daten Buck 






3 




Patrick Onail 


June 4 




3 




Rob 1 - Smith 


i j 




3 




Daniel Obryan 


16 




3 


i / o 


W m - Pennemore .... 






3 


i / o 


John Fling 


j 




3 


17 o 


Patrick Martin 


in 




3 


117 6 


Johanis Slighter . 


l y 

97 




30 


17 o 


Patrick Duggen. . 


~/ 




30 , 


117 6 


John Lynsey . 


Tulv T T 




3 


117 6 


Richard Harding 


J U V l i 




3 
30 


117 6 
i 17 6 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755. 



2 5 



PRIVATE. 


When In- 
listed. 


When Paid. 


Days 
due. 


Amount. 


Abraham Bulliss 
W m - Griffen 


May 29 




30 
3O 


s. d. 

i 17 6 
117 6 


Roger Downing 


June 2 




3O 


117 6 


Dan 1 - M c Clean 






3O 


117 6 


Thomas Murray 
John Harriss 






30 
3O 


T 17 6 
117 6 


Vincent Carter 


28 




T.Q 


117 6 








J^ 




4 Sergeants @ 2od. . . . 
3 Corporals at 18 
I Dinner 






30 

30 
T.Q 


159 14 o 

IO OO OO 

6 15 oo 

2 3 


Capt. Corsa @ 8/ 






3O 


12 O O 


Lieut. Thody @ 6/. . . 
Lieut. Ogden @ 6/ . . . 






30 
30 


9OO 
9OO 


3 Deserters deducted . 








208 12 O 

5 7 6 










203 4 6 



I do swear on the holy Evangelist of Almighty God that 
the Men whose Names are mentioned in the within Rool or 
List where in Actual Service In My Company from the first 
day of July to the 31 both days Inclusif (Except three De- 
serted) & those marked otherwise on said list. 

ISAAC CORSA. 

Sworn before us y e 5 th Aug 1 - 1755 

Phil. Schuyler 
Jn- De Peyster 

These names were dropped in the Muster Roll for Aug 1 . 
1755: 

Samuel Brewer 

Johannis Purdy deserted 7th Aug 1 - 1755 Returned 22 d Aug 4 

John Thacker D " " 3Oth 



Ezekiel Gey 
William Griffin 
Roger Downing 



D 

6 th 

7th 

6th 



24 

22d 

24th 



26 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN STREET HALL'S COMPANY 
TIME OF THEIR ENLISTMENT ALSO Acc T - OF THEIR 
WAGES FROM Y E DATE THEIR ENLISTMENT UNTIL Y E 



FIRST TULY. 



Street Hall, Captain 
David Baldwen, Lev 1 
Eben r Dyar, Lev 1 







k< 

V 
.3 >fl 

r* ^ 

rt 

3 c, 



Full Pay. 


1755 
May 22 

30 


Josiah Stanly, "] f 

Step" Marwin, c 
T n r> i- fbersrants.. 


40 
32 


s. d. 

3 6 8 

2 13 4 


24 
June 13 
May 30 
23 


Jn- Roahngson, f 
Arch d Blare, 
Isaac Cooke, "I f 
David Spencer, I Corporal.. 


3& 
18 

32 
30 


334 

I IO . . 

28.. 

2 18 6 


26 
26 


Ethan Curtis, 
Silvanus Bishop, Drummer 


36 
36 


2 14 . . 
2/6 


24 


David Hall, Clark 


3 


276 




Antony Miller 


38 


276 




Israel Daton 


3* 


276 




Stephen Ives 


^8 


276 




Samuel Totson 


38 


276 




Phineas Beach 


38 


276 


26 


Bale Hall 


36 


2 <: 




Sam 11 Baley 


36 


2 <; 




Jon th - Wright . 


36 


2 ; 




Beni" Griswell. . 


36 


2 ; . . 




Nathaniel Yale 


36 


2 ; 




Elisha Bracket. . 


36 


2 ; 




John Dudly... 


3* 


2 H 




Peter Davis 


36 


2 t; 




James Coben.. 


36 


2 c; 




Thadeus Carter 


36 


2 =; 




Michael Doolittle 


3^> 


2 S , 




James Hertford 


36 


2 ; 


27 


Nathan Osbon 


3 "5 


2 ^ Q 




Israel Smith .... 


1$ 


J :7 
2 3 Q 




John Thomas 


H 


o y 

2 3 Q 




John Lowe. . 


T.C 


j y 
2^0 




Tames Parker. . . 




j y 
226 




Francis Blake 


T.A 


226 




David Page. . 


T.A 


226 




Daniel Thorp. . 


1A 


226 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755. 







h 

V . 

J3 i/l 
S>-, 
a 

^ 


Full Pay. 


1755 
May 27 


Jason Cooper 


3/1 


s- d. 
226 




James Henman . 


34 


226 




Fred k Chappel 


3/1 


226 




Beni. Chidderton. . 


34 


226 




Nicholas Elsworth 


34 


226 


28 


Asa Page. . 


3/1 


226 




Tosiah Dudly . 


3/1 


226 




Benj n - Hough 


3/1 


226 




Ephraim Camp 


3/1 


226 




Hez h - Bracket 


3/1 


226 




Abram Jacobs. 


3/1 


226 




Enos Hitchcock 


3/1 


226 




W m - Brown . . . . 


3/1 


226 


30 


Ephraim Andrus ... 


32 


2 O O 




Stephen Pirkens . . 


32 


2 O O 




Jon th - Bull 


32 


2 O O 




Elded Curtis .... 


32 


2 O O 




Weitstal Cooke 


32 


200 




John Andrus . 


32 


200 




Israel Frisbe 


32 


2 O 




Permemas Bunnel 


32 


2 O 




Nath 1 - Dike 


32 


2 O 


31 


Denis Covert 


3 1 


i 18 9 


Tune i 


John Atwell. . 


30 


i 17 6 




Enos Potter .... 


20 


i 16 3 




Nathan Andrus 


2Q 


i 16 3 




Reuben Hitchcock 


2Q 


i 16 3 




Thomas Gill 


2Q 


i 16 3 


7 


Lawrance Parklee 


28 


115.. 


c 


Jedediah Jewel. 


26 


I 12 6 




Sam 11 ' Lyons 


26 


I 12 6 




John Hoade 


26 


I 12 6 




Elijah Hamlin 


?,6 


I 12 6 


6 


Stephen Mix 


25 


in 3 




Paul Atwell 


25 


in 3 


10 


Eben r Warner 


2T 


i 6 3 




Sam 1 Harlbut 


2T 


i 6 3 




Sam 1 ' Waller 


2T 


i 6 3 




David Calhoun 


?.\ 


i 6 3 




Timo. Dirkee 


2T 


i 6 3 


1 1 


Aberam Stodard 


2O 


1 5 




Daniel Kennv. . 


20 


i 5 , 



28 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 







3 

^ y 

% 

3d 




Full Pay. 


1755 
June 1 1 


Moses Erie 


2O 


*. d. 
I C 


i 3 


Tim g Turner 


18 


126 




Jeded h Morehouse 


T8 


126 




Edward Wooster 


T8 


I 2 6 




Moses Wooster 


18 


126 


16 


Sam 1 - Smith 


I c 


18 Q 


17 


Joseph Ball 


1 j 
IA 


i<j y 

17 6 


23 


Josiah Nettleton 


lt t 

8 


7 

IO 




Daniel Wordon .... .... 


8 


6 ^ 




Joshua Perry .... 


8 


j 
o o 


26 


W m Hopkins 




o o 


July 3 


Sam"' Baley Jr .... 






7 


Gideon Parrish 






May 17 


I Captain. 


A C 


18 o o 




I Levtenant I st 


45 

A C 


I -3 JO 




i Levtenant 2d 


45 

A C 


\T. JO 






45 




June 3 


Timo. Carrington detained by Attach- 
ment 


->8 


211 7 10 

I 1C 




Nath- Cook, ) j 


28 


1 15 . . 

I 15 .. 


May 28 
June 2 

May 24 


Nath" Hitchcock, j ( 
Thomas Walston, 1 ( 
Will" 1 Tom, I Deserters .... \ 
John Tom, ) f 
Amaz h - Bush, Deserter 


28 

34 
29 
29 

^8 


I 15 .. 

226 
i 16 3 
i 16 3 
276 
















13 7 6 



1 Captain 45 day @ 

2 Levtenants 90 D @ 

4 Sergents 128 D 

3 Corporals ) 

i Drum f ! 43 1 

79 Private 2320 Ditto 

i Will Thorn since | 
appeared f ~ 

Deduct 3/9 for 3 Days over 

Charged for Lorence Parklee. 



8/ 


18 


o 





6 


27 





o 


1/8 


IO 


13 


4 


i/3 


10 


14 


6 


!/3 


H5 





o 




i 


16 


3 




213 


4 


i 






3 


9 



213 o 4 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755. 2Q 

I doe Declare on the Holy Evangelest of Almighty God 
that y e men whose names are mentioned in the within written 
Roll or List where Regularly Inlisted according to an Act 
of Assembly of the province of New York made for that pur- 
pose and that the men therein mentioned where in actual 
Sarvice from there Respective Inlistments to y e first of July 
Exclusef except those mark d - otherwise on the Roll. 

STREET HALL. 

Sworn before us y e 5 th day of Aug 1 ' 1755 
JN- DE PEYSTER 
PHIL. SCHUYLER 

Rec d - of Mess rs - Phillip Schuyler & John Depeyster the 
sume of Two hundred and thirteen pounds & four pence In 
full for one Cap* two Lieut. 4 Sarg 1 3 Corprels one Drum & 
Eaighty men from there respective Enlistement to the first of 
July Exclusef as pr. List on the other side August 5, 1755.,,$ 

STREET HALL 
213.0.4. 

LIST OF EACH OFFICER AND SOULDIER INLISTED IN 
CAPT. PETER VANDERBURGH COMPANY FROM JULY 11 
TO JULY 31 INCLUSEF 1755. 

Capt. Peter Vandenburgh 
Lieut. Joshua Champlin 
Lieut. Zebulon Mead 
Jacob Bull, } 

Tames Green, ! c 

T -n i ^bergants 

Jonathan Policy, 

. John Lewis, j 

Peter Casley 1 

Ebenezer Novrick, ^Corp ls - 
Daniel Lane, 
Silas Ma, Drummer 



James Tinley 
Timothy Larkin 
James Weaks 
James Dowdel 
William Jonson 
Jeremiah Bingham 
John Moss 
Jeremiah Wells 
Daniel Holdredg 
Jeffry Nase 



Joseph Reed 
Ebenezar Owen 
Mikel Walter 
Haliness Stealbark 
Thomas Ingerson 
John Clemmans 
Joseph Steal 
George Bunday 
Thomas Champlin 
Simon Terbush 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



Samuel Read 

Fransis Sauwood 

John Andress Carpender 

Edward Durfee 

Mike M c Daniel 

John Roberts 

Thomas Green 

Ichabod Stockwell 

Elisha Harney 

William More 

Stephen Meed 

Kain M c Kinney 

Mikel Brown 

Flitcher Smith 

Hezakiah Kinney 

Richard Balis 

Nathaniel Chappel, Deserted 
July 25 day 1755 and car- 
ried off all his cloaths 

Elkany Cook 

John Herri ck 

John Ryne 

John Gillit 

Elijah Currey 

James Carrel 

Stephen Hull 



Patrick Quin 
John Wheeler 
John Wood 
Wait Weeks 
John Franklin 
Simon Ousterhouse 
Increse Winn 
Philip Welpee 
John Hendrick Spicer 
Joseph Parrish 
William Mills 
James Mory 
Henry Lewis 
Nathaniel Dunham 
Jacob Weavour 
Simeon Croughling 
Elifelet Stefens 
Amos Bennett 
John Maburey 
Nathaniel Dinney 
Eaisther \Vandle 
John Heffey 
Roulf Sherred 
Johanis Coonrot Karel 
John Thompson 
Jonathan Linsey 



A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. SAM L - DIMOCK'S COMPANY 
TIME OF THERE ENLISTMENT, WAGES & BILLITING DUE 
UNTIL AUG T I ST INCLUDED 1755. 





in 
>-, 

n 


\Vages. 


Weeks. 


' 
--. 

et 

Q 


Billiting. 


May 17 


Samuel Dimock Cap 1 . 75 
Christ 1 "- Helme Lieut. . 75 
Benjamin Kingland 
Lieu 1 . . . l7C 


s. d. 
30 oo co 

22 IO OO 
22 IO OO 


9 

9 


6 
6 

6 


s. d. 
28 
28 

28 


May 9 

25 


Allen Leet Serg 1 54 
Benj" Woodworth 
Serg 1 . . 78 


4 IO OO 

\ 3. A 



i\ 


6 

A 


i 16 6 

I OA A 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755. 







en 
>, 

<sS 

Q 


Wages. 


Weeks. 


t/j 
>> 

<& 

P 


Billiting. 


May 27 
June 10 

June 25 
June 9 
June 4 

July 7 

June 2 
June 30 
18 
19 

22 
2 

16 

July 7 

2 

June 4 
19 

9 

July II 

4 
I 
June 30 
July 10 

14 
June 5 
June 18 

12 

29 

2 
10 

July 9 

7 
June 18 

20 
18 
July 10 
June 19 

23 

2 

27 


Elisha Kartland Serf . 
Thomas Drinkwater 
Serg 1 . . 


36 

53 
38 
54 
59 

25 
60 

32 
43 
42 

39 
60 

45 
24 
30 
58 
42 
54 

21 
28 

31 

32 
22 

18 
58 
43 
49 
33 
60 

53 
23 
25 
43 
4i 
43 

22 
42 
38 
60 
16 


s. d. 
300 

4 8 4 

2 17 - 

4 01 
4 08 6 
4 07 6 
3 15 o 

2 OO O 
2 13 09 
2 12 6 
2 O8 09 

3 15 oo 
2 16 03 

I 10 OO 

i 17 6 
3 12 6 

2 12 6 

3 7 6 
i 6 3 
i 15 o 
i 18 9 

2 

i 7 6 

I 2 6 

3 13 8 
2 18 9 

3 i 3 

2 I 3 

3 15 o 

3 9 6 
i 8 9 
i ii 3 

2 13 9 

2 II 3 

2 13 9 
i 07 6 

2 12 6 

2 07 6 
3 15 o 

2 O; 


4 

8 

4 
6 

7 
3 
7 
3 

5 
5 
4 
3 
S 

2 

3 
7 
5 
6 

2 

3 
3 
3 

2 

4 

2 

2 
I 

6 

5 
3 

2 
2 

5 

5 
5 

2 

5 

4 

7 
4 


2 
2 

4 
6 

4 
i 

5 
5 

2 
I 

5 
5 
4 

2 

3 
i 
6 
i 
i 

4 

5 

2 

4 

2 
I 
I 
I 
I 
2 
I 

3 
5 

2 

2 
2 
I 

4 

5 

2 


s. d. 
1 2 IO 

I 15 II 

i 04 4 
i 16 6 

2 - 3 
16 9 

2 I I 

19 9 

I 8 2 

i 17 5 
i 05 01 
2 or 01 
i 09 8 
13 8 
18 3 
i 19 6 

i 7 5 
i 16 6 

ii 5 
16 9 

19 oo 
19 9 

12 2 

8 4 
i 18 9 

I 8 2 
I 12 9 

i oo 6 

2 I I 

i 14 3 

OO 12 II 

oo 14 15 

I 08 02 

I 06 08 

I 08 02 
OO 12 O2 

I 07 05 
I 04 04 

2 01 OI 
I O2 IO 


Elliab Farnam Corp 1 . . 
Timothy Pacifull Corp. 
Jabez Rowland Corp 1 . 
N 11 - HallDrum r 


John Griswould Clerk. 
Stephen Downer 
Samuel Bolden 


Increase Billings 
William Button 
Andrew Baldwin .... 


Edward Bostrick 


William Brown 


Samuel Bennet 


Samuel Cabel 


Roger Clark 


Samuel Cummins 
Andrew Coley 


Cornelius Coen 


Christop 1 "- Crouck 
Danil Comstock 


Ebenezar Crosby. ... 
Samuel Camfield ..... 


George Dibel 


Zebulon Dudley 


N 11 Divine 


John Ergetstone 
David Franklin 


Edward Fuller 


Moses Fisher 


Nathan Fisher 


Thomas Graves 


Ellisha Gard 


Samuel Hudson 


Cornelius Hannaball.. 
Archabel Johnson .... 
John Loveland 


Calvin Leavenworth . . 
William Lord. , 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



July 
June 

July 

June 
July 
June 



July 
Tune 



June 
July 
June 

July 

June 
July 
July 
July 
June 



July 
June 



July 
June 



12 Thomas Lamb 

9 Zephaniah Michel . . . 

16 Samuel Mack 

10 Willim Markham 
12 Joseph Mosely. 

20 Elihu Palmer 

19 William Perigoo 

19 Ebenezer Pelton . . . . 
5 Samuel Reves 

12 Israel Rowley 

9Gershom Rowley. . . . 

30 Samuel Renols 

30 Thomas Shearman . . 

3 Stephen Spencer. . . . 
1 8 John Shaw 

20 Jabez Spencer 

20 Francis Summers 

9 Elliakim Spencer 

2 Samuel Teall 

5 John Tacker 

7 Christ 1 "- Tooly 

2;Samuel Tooley. 

3 Thomas Webb 

14 James Warner 

7iBoaz Williams 

7 Jonathan Washbone. 



12 
20 

25 



20 
54 
45 

22 

! 20l 

4i 
23 
42 

57i 
49' 
54J 
32 
32 
59 
43- 

12 
4l! 

54 
60 

57! 
25 
60 

59 
18 

25 
56 



John Wetmore. . . . 
Samuel Rament , . 27 



Joshua Rogers 

Richard Dorus 

Simon Bagonet 

Peter Buck 

Henry Chip 

John Chopts 

Andrew Currecompt.. 

Reuben Rousk 

John Indian 

Dan 1 Sejrus 

Benjamin Harrak, 



10 
26 

12 

3 

10 Charles Pawheagg . . 

10 Robert Powe . 



29 
43 
49 



Wages. 



s. d. 

1 15 O 2 

3 07 6 6 

2 16 3J 5 
i 07 6 2 

I O5 O 2 
2M35 

1 18 9 2 

2 12 65 
3113 

3 i 3 
376 

2 OO O 

2 OO O 

3 13 9 
2 13 

i 



9 

5 oo 

i 3 
7 6 



2 13 

3 i 3 
2113 

250 
i 10 o 
i 18 9 

3 13 9 
263 

3 i 3 
200 
i 17 6 
3 03 9 



o 



Billiting. 



6 i 

6 6 

3 5 

3j 5 

7 4 
5| 2 
o 6 

5- 

r, 



5 oo 7 

i 03 7 

i 3 2 

5 o 7 

3 9 7 

02 06 i 

II 3 2 

10 9 7 

18 9 3 

13 9 3 

16 3 3 



9 5 






s. d. 

00 10 08 

01 16 06 
or 09 08 

- 12 02 

10 08 

i 06 08 

00 12 IO 

01 07 05 
01 18 09 

I 12 09 

1 16 06 
o 19 09 

- 19 09 

2 09 04 
21 OO O2 

04 06 

1 16 8 
i 16 06 



2 I 

1 18 
o 14 

2 I 
2 O 



o 14 

I 17 

o 19 

o 16 

17 

1 08 2 
I I 12 09 

i 6 08 

I 2 II 

16 

1 1 1 

I 14 

I 03 

I 12 

19 

O 12 2 

1 14 03 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755. 



33 







f. 
>, 

ca 

Q 


Wages. 


Weeks. 


w 

a 
Q 


Billiting. 


June 19 
20 

July 5 

June I 

22 

July 8 
June 12 

23 

20 
17 

July 10 
July 10 
June 5 

12 


Jacob Pompey 


42 

41 

27 

61 

39 
24 

49 
38 
4i 

44 

22 
22 
58 

49 


s. d 

2 12 6 
2 II 3 

i 13 9 
3 16 3 
289 

I IO 

3 oi 3 

2 OI 6 

211 3 

2 15 O 

i 07 6 
i 07 6 
3 oi 3 
3 oi 3 


5 
5 
3 
7 
4 
3 
6 

4 

5 
5 

2 

2 

7 
6 

bill 


I 
O 
O 

6 

5 
i 

i 

4 
o 

3 

2 
2 
2 
I 

etg 


s. d. 

i 07 5 
i 16 8 
0160 

2 OI IO 
I 15 I 

o 16 9 

I 12 9 

i 04 4 
i 06 8 
i 08 ii 

O 12 2 

O 12 2 

i 18 9 

I 12 9 


Tafett Pompey 


Reben Rusk 2 d 


Thomas Shearman . . . 
Charles Sharper 


Zacheus Still 


John Towump 


Joseph Toley 


Chareuel Toucy . . . 


Robben Toucv ...... 


Samuel Toodd 
Benjamin Flagg 


John Ycont 


Isack Molatt, 
Wasfes . . 


323 5 5 


U4 oi 3 







These names were dropped in the Roll for Aug 1 
Thomas Lamb and Ebenezer Pelton. 



1755 : Thomas Graves, 

SAM LL - DIMOCK. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. WILL M - M C GINNIS'S COMPANY 
FROM 1ST AUG T - 1755 TO THE 3I ST ' D- 1755. 

William M c Ginnis, Capt. 

Robert M c Ginnis, ) T . 

Peter Becker, 

John Freeman, 

Solomon Gardner, 

John Hair, 

Herm s Terwilliger, j 

Martin M c Gee, 1 

John Williams, j-Corp' 5 

Joseph Fetchet, 

Morris Kivers, Drumer. 



Serj ts - 



Andrew Kerney 
Thomas Kerny 
Joseph Griffin 
Andrew Kyser 



Johan 8 - Stodder 
Severen Bruyen 
Jacob Sluyter 
Evert Osterander 



34 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



Will" 1 Sheaf 
John Stagg 
David Decker 
Garret Newkirk 
John DeWitt 
Dan 1 DeWitt 
George Sparks 
Dan 1 Letts 
James Dorwell 
Edward Davis 
Peter Craty 
Stephen Brown 
Johan 8 Miller 
John Wright 
Edward Macher 
John M c Michael 
John M c Cafry 
Jacobus Maybee 
John Smith 
Hamilton Stewart 
Michael Lester 
George Berry 
Henrich Fritchel 
Jam 8 Kennedy 
Alexander M c Nall 
John Adams 
John M c Donald 
John Philips 
And w Philips 
Lowdowick Bernherd 
John Geo. Waggoner 
Adam Shever 
John Powel 
John Richardson 
Edward Simmons 
Patrick Ohara 
John Flemin 



Dan 1 M c Bride 

Francis Duffy 

George Ackly 

John Foy 

God 1 iff Hoffman 

John Brooks 

Jochim Van Valkenburgh 

Herm 8 Van Valkenburgh 

John Staats 

Peter Wilson 

Hugh Horon 

W m - M c Connell 

David M c Eagan 

W m Mow Icy 

Peter Williams 

Frederick Gcler 

Peter Stark 

Coonrad Kyer 

Johann 8 Plank 

Will m Price 

Lawrence Schoolcraft 

Lowdowick Snyder 

Barnct Kelder 

Johan 8 Ackerson 

Johan" Page 

Will" 1 Hair 

W m Downard 

Jolin Davis 

Isaac Becker 

Stephen Hunt 

Sam 1 Stebbins 

John Schoolcraft 

John Hair, J r 

Thorn* Berup 

Edward Collins 

Francis Steeder 



* 
Capt ns pay for 3 1 Days @ S/ per Day Amounts to 14 8 

2 Lieut 8 - D (J6/ ' 18 12 
4 Serg ts D @ i/g IO 6 

3 Corp' 5 D @ 1/6 6 19 
i Drum r D @ 1/6 26 

@ i/3 162 15 



84 private Men D 



d. 
o 



8 
6 
6 



Total, 213 78 



NEW .YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755- 



35 



I doe Swear on the holy Evangelist of Almighty God that 
the men whose names are mentioned In the within Book or 
List where in actual Service In my Company from the first 
Day of Aug 1 - to the 31. Day thereof Both Days Included. 

Rec d of Mess rs - Philip Schuyler & John DePeyster pay- 
masters of the New York forces the sum of two Hundred & 
thirteen Pounds seven shillings and Eight Pence In full for 
the pay of three officers four Serj ts 3 Corp ls - I Drummer and 
84 private Men from the 1st Day of August to the 31 st thereof 
Both Days Included as wittness my hand this I2th day of 
Sept. 1755. 

Rec d - the above mentioned sum pr. the hands of Volkert 
P. Dow. ROBERT MGINNES. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. PHILL. JN- SCHUYLER'S COM NY 
FROM Y E I ST DAY OF AUGUST TO THE 31** THEREOF 
BOTH DAYS INCLUDED. 

Phill. Jn- Schuyler, Capt. 
Henry Van Schaack, ) T . 

r>u-i- T / LlCUtS, 

Philip Lansing, 

John Brooks, 

John MIntire, 

Andries Besinger, 

Daniel Bixby, J 

Anthony Warren, ~] 

Abraham Conckling, j- Corporals. 

Oliver White, 

William Deer, Drummer. 



I 



Serj ls - 



Richard Hornet 

David Price 

Johannes Graat 

Samuel Roberts 
5 John Thomas 

Benjamin Sampson 

Lamert VanValkenburgh 

Johannes Althuysen 

Frans Klaw 
10 Johannes Klaw 

John Brooks 

Sangro Warren 

Nicholas Graat 

Gerrit Bowman 
15 Edward Wheeler 

Jurigh Protepigh 



Charles Deer 
David Crawford 
Alexander Grant 

20 John Eerhart 

Johannes Waaker 

, George Albreghtell 

Hugh Flannagan 

Jacob Woodcock 

25 James Williams 
Anthony Noble 
John St Lawrence 
Nicholas Follard 
Napthaly Owens 

30 Jerone Vanvlieren 
Reuben Prim 
John Veder 



MUSTEK ROLLS OF 



George Shurf 
Benjamin Wampum 

35 Dirck Woodcock 
Samuel Taylor 
Christopher Ceerhart 
William C. Halenbeek 
Mathew Howel 

40 Thomas Carril 
Charles Jacobs 
William Pendall 
William Higgins 
William Beecraft 

45 George Patterson 
John Ward 
Robert Barret 
George Rainer 
George C. Cogh 

50 Myndert Wynkoop 
Petrus Schut 
Johan Jurigh Bogh 
Johannes Jager 
Patrick O'Neil 

55 Richard Hews 



Philip Harmon 
Joseph Hall 
Martin Zighler 
John Nojaras 

60 Joseph Bosworth 
John Woodcock 
William Crouder 
Jonathan Lowell 
Jacob Quackinbouss 

65 Thomas Caton 
Bastijan Pompale 
Thomas Welch 
David Winshell 
Oliver Thayre 

70 John M c Namara 
Peter Faverois 
Anthony Speck 
Francis Crebel 
Isaac Van Alstyn 

75 Samuel Thomas 
Henry M'Cormack 

77 Jonathan Hutchins. 



I do swear on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God that 
the Men whose Names are mentioned in the above Roll or 
List were then in Actual Service as Witness my hand this 
I2th Sept. 1755. 

I do swear on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God that 
the Men whose names are mentioned In the within Roll or 
List where In Actual Service in my Company from the 1st 
Day of Aug'- to the 3ist therof Both Days Included, as witt- 
ness my Hand. 

PHILL. JN*- SCHUYLER. 

Sworn before me 

VOLCKERT P.-Douw, Justice. 



For I Captain 

2 Lieut 9 - 
4 Serj ts - 

3 Corp 1 

I Drum 1 " 



77 Private men for 31 



for 31 D 
D 

D- 
D ( 

I) 



for 31 
for 31 
for 31 





*<*. 


@8/ . 


12 80 


@6/ . 


18 12 o 


@ 1/8. 


. ... 10 68 


@ 1/6. 


. . . . 6196 


@ 1/6. 


.... 2 66 


@ 1/3. 


149 39 



199 16 5 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755. 



37 



Great Carrying place September the I2th. 1755 Then 
Rec d of Mess rs Phill. Schuyler & John DePeyster, By the 
Hands of Capt Volkert P. Douw the sum of one hundred 
and Ninety Nine pounds sixteen Shill. and 5 d as pr. the above 
pay roll. 

Rec d pr. me 

PHILL. JN- SCHUYLER. 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE COMPANY UNDER THE COMMAND 
OF CAPT. PHILL. JN- SCHUYLER FROM THE IST SEPT" 
TO THE 3O TH THEREOF INCL. 



Phill. Jn- Schuyler, Captain. 

Henry Van Schaack, ) T . 
TDU-II T -i f Lieuts. 

Phill. Lansingh, \ 

Joshua Brooks, 

Dan n Bixby. 

John M c lntire, 

Andries Besinger, 

Anthony Warren, 

Oliver White, (-Corp*- 

Abr m Concklin, 



1 

] Serj*- 

i 



Richard Hornet 

Johannis Graat 

Sam" Roberts 

John Thomas 
5 Benj" Sampson 

Sam 1 Van Valkenburgh 

John Althuysen 

Frans Klaw 

John Woodcock 
10 Sangro Warren 

Nicholas Graat 

Garret Bowman 

Francis Crebel 

Edward Wheeler 
15 Jurigh Drotepigh 

Charles Deer 

David Crawford 

Alex r Grant 

Johannis Waaker 
20 George Albreghtell 

Hugh Flannagan 

Jacob Woodcock 



J 

James Williams 

Anthony Noble 
25 John St Lawrence 

Nicholas Follard 

Isaac Van Alstyn 

Napthaly Owens 

Jerone VanVlieren 
30 Ruben Prime 

Johannis Vedder 

Christopher Lodewyck 

George Shurff 

Benj n Wampum 
35 Dirck Woodcock 

Sam u Taylor 

Will 1 " C. Halenbeek 

Thomas Curril 

Charles Jacobs 
40 Sam" Thomas 

Will m Higgins 

Will m Beecraft 

George Patterson 

William Ward 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



45 Robert Barret 

George Rainer 

Petrus Schut 

Hans Jurigh Buch 

Johannis Jager 

50 Phillip Harmen 

Joseph Flail 

Martin Zigler 

Henry M e Cormack 

John Nojares 

55 Joseph Bosvvorth 

Will" Crouder 

Jonathan Lo\vell 

Jacob Quackenbosh 

Thomas Caton 

60 Bastian Pompale 

Thomas Walsh 

David Winchell 

I do swear on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God that 

the Men whose Names are mentioned In the within Roll or 

List were in the actual Service of the Province of New York 

For the time as calculated By the underneath Day note, In 

Coll. Will" 1 Cockroffts Reg' and my Company. 

PHILL. JN SCHUYLER 
Lake George Sworn before me y e 
9 th Oct r 1755 
PHIL. SCHUYLER. 



Oliver Thayre 
John M c Namara 

65 Peter Faverois 
Anthony Speck 

67 John Eerhart 
Patrick O'Neale 
David Price 
Myndert Wynkoop 
Jonathan Hutchins 
John Brooks 
George C. Cock 
Mathew Howell 
Christian Ceerhart 
William Feudal J 
William Deer,Drum- 
mer 

78 Richard Hews, Dead 



1) 



| from the 1st Sept ^ 


f 


j 


For i 


Capt. 


for 


30 Days 


| to tl 
of 


ic 3O th there- 
Both days 


i 


@ 8/ 


L 
12 


s. a. 
O 


[ Included 


j 








For 2 


Lieuts 


D 






D 






@6/ 


1 8 


OO 


For 4 


Serj ls 




D 






D 






@ 1/6 


10 


OO 


For 2 


Corp ls 




D 






D 






@ 1/6 


4 


IOO 


Fo r i 


D 


28 D; 


lys 




D 






@ 1/6 


i 


150 


For6i Effective 


men 


for 


30 Days 


D 






@ i/3 


123 


150 



For i Drum r Discharged 4th October, from the 

1st September 34 Days 
For i Died Sept. I4th 14 Days 
For 6 Discharged 24th Septem r 144 Days 
For i D 28th D 20 Days 

For 2 D 3oth Sep r 60 Days 

For i Effective, Deserted 23 d Aug 1 Return* 1 

4 Sept r is in all 60 Days 



@ 1/6 

^ 



2 I I O 
I 7 6 

QOO 

i 15 o 

3 '50 



190 199 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755. 



39 



Rec d of Mess rs - Phill. Schuyler & John Depeyster Paymas- 
ters to the Forces Raised by the Province of New York the 
sum of One hundred and Ninety pounds Nineteen Shillings 
and Nine Pence. In full for myself and Company as per the 
above pay Note as witness my hand at Lake George this ath 
Oct r 1755. 

PIIILL. JN- SCHUYLER. 
190. 19.9. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. ROBERT M C GINNIS'S OCTOBER 

3iST 1755. 

Robert M c Ginnis, Capt" 
Peter Becker, Lieut. 
John Freeman, "I 

Solomon Gardner, 



John Hair, 



Serj' 



Hermanus Tenvilleger, j 
John Williams, 
W m - Price, 
W m - Hair, 
Andrew Fillips, 



i 



Corporals. 
Drummer. 



10 



20 



Joseph Griffes 
Andrew Kyser 
Johannis Strader 
Jacob Sluyter 
John Stagg 
Daniel DeWitt 
George Sparks 
Daniel Letts 
James Dorwell 
Edward Davis 
John Right 
Edward Mahair 
Peter Craty 
Stephen Brown 
John M c Mical 
John M c Cafery 
Andrew Stewart 
John Smith 
John Miller 
Henrick Frichet 
Alexander M c Nall 
John Philips 
John Waggoner 



Adam Shever 

Joseph Phitchet 

John Richardson sick in 
Albany 

Patrick O'Harow 

John Flemen 

Daniel M c Bride 
30 George Ackley 

John Fowey 

John Brooks 

Johan Van Valkenburgh 

Harm 8 Van Valkenburgh 

John Staats 

W m M e Connell 

Wm. Howley 

Frederick Geler 

Lowdowick Snyder 
40 Coonrad Kyer 

John Ackerson 

John Beets 

John Hair J r - 

Richard Hair 

Wm. Downard 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



Stephen Hunt 

Isaac Becker 

Martin M c Gee 

Thomas Berup 

John Planck 

Edward Collins 

John Schoolcrafit 

John M c Donald 

Peter Starke wounded 

Furloug'd 
Thomas Kerney 
James Kennedy 



Andrew Kerney 
Andrew Philips 
Edward Simmons 
Francis Duffey 
Peter Wilson 
Lawrance Schoolcraft 

John David Deceased 

1 3th Oct. 1755 
Hamilton Stewart De- 

cas'd 20 th D- 



I do swear on the holy Evangelists of Almighty God that 
the men whose names are mentioned in the within Roll or 
List where in Actuall Service in my Company from the 1st 
day of Oct. to 31 of said month both days Included, Except 
those names marked or tested other ways. 

Ron T M c GlNNlS. 
Sworn before me y c 10 Dec r - 

JN- DE PEYSTER. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF CAI-T. MICHAEL THODEY'S COMPANY 
FROM THE 1ST TO 3 1ST OCTOBER 1755, BOTH DAYS 
INCLUDED VIZ T 



Thomas Champlin, "] 
James Green, 
Jonathan Policy, 
John Lewis, 
Peter Carsley, 
Mich 1 - Walter, 
John Maybury, 
Sam"- Paine, 



Ser 



Corporals. 
Drummer. 



John Whealor 
Thomas Green 
Mich 1 M c Donald 
James Weeks 
Wm. Nules. 
Ichabod Stockwell 
Edward Dunfee 
Thomas Ingerson * 
James Dowdle 
Patrick Quin 
Simeon Bowling 



Elijah Currey 
Elijah Harvey 
Jacob Weavour 
Nath 1 - Dunham 
John Franklin 
Roulef Sherred 
John Clemmans 
John Hassey 
Elkany Kook 
Rob 1 - Kook 
John Thomson 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755- 



Richard Nicholson 

John Henrick 

Lewis Bennet 

John Ryon 

Amoss Bennet 

Wm. Moore 

Ebenezer Owen 

John Moss 

Dan 1 - Davison 

John Koonratt Kerrell * 

Mich 1 - Brown* 

Sam 1 - Read 

Nath 1 Chappel 

* These names were dropt in the Muster Roll for Nov r - 1755. 

I do swear on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God that 
the men whose Names are mentioned in the within Roll or 
List where in Actuall Service in my Company from the first 
day of Oct r - to the thirty first thereof both days Included. 

MICH L - THODEY. 
Sworn before me Dec. 2 d 1755. 
JN- DE PEYSTER. 



Francis Sauwood 
James Finly 
Nath 11 - Lane 
Elimas Steerbark 
James Carrell 
Joseph Stell 
Thimothy Larkins 
Stephen Mead 
Jeremiah Bingham 
George Bunday 
Jonathan Lynsey 
Rich d Bavless 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. PHILL. JN- SCHUYLER'S COM- 
PANY FROM THE 1ST OCTO R ' TO THE 3 1ST THEREOF 

BOTH DAYS INCLUDED. 

Phill. Jn- Schuyler, Capt. 
Henry Van Shaack, ) j . 



Phill. Lansing, 
Joshua Brooks, 
John MIntire, 
Andries Besinger, 
Dan 11 - Bixby, 
Peter Faverois, 
Oliver White, 



f 



Serj ts - 

j 
Corp' 8 - 



Isaac Van Alstyn 31 

George Albreghtill 31 

Will m - Beecraft 31 

Joseph Bosworth 31 

Robbert Barrit 31 

Hans Jurigh Buch - 31 

John Eerhart 31 

Hugh Flannagan 31 

Nicholas Follard 31 



Alex r - Grant 31 

Johannis Graat 31 

Nicholas Graat 31 

Thomas Welsh 31 

Mathew Howell 31 

Frans Klaw 31 

John St. Lawrence 31 

Jona: Lowell 31 

Christ r Lodewyck 31 



42 MUSTER ROLLS OF 

Bastian Pompale 3 1 | Benj"- Sampson 31 

Jurigh Protepigh . . 31 : Sam 1 - Thomas 31 

George Patterson 3 1 John Thomas 31 

Jacob Quackenbosh 31 Oliver Thayre 31 

George Rainer 31 John Vedder 31 

Martin Zigler. 31 David Winchel 31 

Abr" 1 - Concklin 31 Benj"- Wampum 31 

Thomas Caton 31 Dirk Woodcock 31 

Sangro Warren . . .31 Johnnnis Waaker 31 

John Brooks 31 Edward Wheeler 31 

Francis Crebel 31 David Price, Dead 31 

Thomas Curril 31' Garrat Bowman 31 

David Crawford 31 Johannis Klaw 31 

Charles Deen 31 Ruben Prime 31 

Richard Hornet 31 Sam" Roberts 31 

Will 1 "- Wiggins 31 Will" 1 - Crouder 31 

Philip Harmen 31 Henry M c Cormack 31 

Will" 1 - C. Halenbeek 31 Charles Jacobs 31 

Joseph Hall 31 John M c Namara 31 

Johannis Jager 31 Sam"- Taylor 3'! 

John Nojares 31 Jerome Van Vlieren 31 

Anth y - Noble 31 Sam Van Valkenburgh 31 

Napthaly Owens 31: John Ward 31 

John Althuysen, Dead . . . . 20 James Williams 31 

Anth y - Speck 31 Myndert Wynkoop, Dis d 

Petrus Schut 31 Sick 31 

George Shurff ;i I 

273 

I'AY NOTE. 

For i Captain from the ist to the 3istOct r - s - < / - 

both Days Included is 31 days @ 8/ 1290 

2 Lieuts. Kach 31 Days is 62 Days @ 6/ 18120 

4 Serg ts - Each 31 Days is 124 @ 1/8 10 6 8 

2 Corp ls - Each 31 Days is 62 (Oj 1/6 4130 

67 Private Men Each 31 Days is 2071 @ 1/3 129 16 3 

i Died the 2Oth Octo r - is 20 @ 1/3 ' 5 

i Died was discharged 24th Sept. to 

the 2ist Oct. 31 i/3 1189 
i Discharged but sick at the \Vest Camp 
from the 24th Sept. to the 3 1st 

Oct., 38 @ 1/3 2 76 

181 16 1 1 
Myndert Wynkoop being gone from Albany 

and not allowed 31 Days 1189 

179 17 2 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755- 43 

I do swear on the holy Evangelist of Almighty God that 
the Men whose names are mentioned in the within roll or 
List where in actual Service in my Company from the i of 
Oct r - to y e 31 of said Month both days Inclusef Except those 
marked otherwise on the pay note. 

PHILL. JN- SCHUYLER. 
Sworn before me y e 
22 Decem r> 1755 
JN- DE PEYSTER. 

Albany Dec r - 22 d 1755. Then Rec d of Mess rs - Jn- De 
Peyster and Philip Schuyler the Sum of one hundred and 
Seventy Nine Pounds Seventeen Shillings and 2d. In full 
for me and my Comp y - from the ist Oct. to the 3ist Both 
days Included as p r - the within pay Note. 

PHILL. JN- SCHUYLER. 

179. 17. 2. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS 
RAISED & COMMANDED BY EDMOND MATHEWS AND 
MUSTERED IN LAKE GEORGE OCT R - Y E IST 1755 BEING 
IN NUMBER 77 EFFECTIVE PRIVATE MEN. 

Edmond Mathews, Esq r , Capt"- 

Jellis Funda, First Lieut. 

John Lottridge, Second Lieut. 

Will m - Orson, ] 

Ja s - Patblado, I g . ta . 

Christopher Quin, 

Joseph Mitchel, 

John Sidebottom, 1 

Anthony Broadrick, [-Corporals. 

Hugh Dougherty, J 

John Goodwin, Drummer. 



Dennis O'Brian 
John Collins 
Christopher Witmore 
Henry Rice 
Ja s - Harley 
John Reily 
Corn 8 - VanVaghten 
Garret Marcellus 
Ahasur 8 - Marcellus 
10 Samuel Builtman 



Adam Strodbeck 
Adam M c Lachlin 
Hendrick Manier 
Francis Lewis 
David Burch 
John Loughren 
John Hermon 
Adam Miller 
Mich 1 - Cassedy 
20 Charles Galocher 



44 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



Ja s Guttery 
Mich 1 Hillen 
John George Burger 
Samuel York 
Phillip Miller 
Hend k - Gano 
Francis Schemel 
Johan 5 - Mesker 
Joseph Munci 

30 Charles Holland 
Will" 1 - Snodgrass 
John Applestall 
Caleb Knapp 
Henry Koldron 
Will 1 "- Watson 
Nich 5 - Kidney 
Jacob Pettengal 
Reynold M c Donald 
Daniel M c Killip 

40 John Cogswell 
Will" 1 Morrison 
Ja s - Bennet 
John Cogdil 
Will" 1 - M c Pharson 
John Holley 
Johan 5 - Buckly 
Timothy Higgins 
Rich d - Masterson 
Johan 8 - Salsberry 



50 Hend k - Salsberry 
Conrade Freckhe 
Patrick Devor 
Alexander Strahan 
John Dorby 
Tho s< Murrey 
Will" 1 Leach 
Tho s - Wells 
John Hawkins 
Mich 1 - Dovon 

60 Hend k - Erkson 
Mich 1 - Holenbeck 
Ja s - Mars 
Martin Ryan 
Nich s - Van Schack 
Dennis Springer 
Owen M c Carty 
John Lyddy 
Ja s - Connor 
Patrick M c Donald 

70 John Johnson 
John Long 
Ja s Harris 
Hugh Railey 
Jacob Brenon 
Anthony Owen 
John Smith 

77 John Hames 



the whole amount of the Pay is .201. 15. 2. 

The Muster Roll for the Month of October y 1st 1755. 

I doe swear on the holy Evangelist of Almighty God that 
the men whose names are mentioned in the within Roll or 
List where in Actual Service in my Company from the first 
day of Octob r - to y e 31 of said Month both days Included 
Except those marked otherwise. 

EDMOND MATHEWS. 
Sworn before me y e 30 Dec r - 1755. 
JN DE PEYSTER. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755- 



45 



A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. ISAAC CORSA'S COMPANY FROM 
THE 1ST OF NOV* TO THE 2 OF DEC* 1755- BOTH 
DAYS INCLUDED. 



Nathan Flint, 
John Kindal, 
John Johnson, 
Barnt Martlin, 
Samuel Brewer, 
Jesse Burrill, 



Serjeants. 



>- Corporals. 



Thomas Wildear, j 
George Katon, Drum 1 



PRIVATE 



Joseph Worden 
John Glyn 
Jonathan Barrat 
John Lane 
John Cooling 
John Mahar 
John Thacker 
Michr Howser 
Ezekiel Gey 
Richard Wilson 
Elefut Clinton 
David Sturdivant 
Thomas Wilson 
Jeremiah King 
Thomas Harring 
Thomas Scaly 
John Eliot 
Joshua Barns 
Mich 1 - Bryant 
Henry Harriss 
James Denison 
John Welch 
Peter Clinton 
Thomas Hagarty 
Samuel Gilbert 
Chris 1 ' Petrents 
David Brady 
John Tappen 

Discharg d - Nov 1 
William Riddle 
Richard Taylor 



24, 1755 



Patrick Fitzgarold 
Walter Riddle 
Savage Trescott 
Rowland Forster 
William Blake 
Whorten Ruttess 
John Cowls 
Mich 1 - Hofnal 
John SufTerly 
Mathew Fisher 
Daton Buck 
Patrick Onail 
William Ponnomne 
John Fling 
Patrick Martin 
Johannes Slighter 
John Synfey 
Abraham Bullys 
W m - Griffen 
Roger Downing 
John Harriss 
Vincent Carter 
Titus Travis 
Rob 4 - Rogers 
Henry Stibbs 
Nath 1 - Applebee 
Timothy Agen 



George Bury 
John Smith. 



4 6 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



I doe swear on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God that 
the Men whose Names are Mentioned in the within Roll or 
List where in Actual Service in my Company from the 1st 
day of Nov r - to the Second day of Dec r - 1755 both days 
Included. 

Sworn before me ISAAC CORSA. 

N- DE?EYSTER. 



MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. PHILL. JN- SCHUYLER'S COM- 
PANY FROM THE 1ST NOV. TO THE 2 D DECEMBER 

BOTH DAYS INCLUDED. 

Phill. Jn- Schuyler, Cap. 
Henry Van Schaack, ) T . t . 
Phillip Lansingh, f 
John Brooks, ~] 

John M c lntire, 
Andries Besinger, 
Dan 1 Bixby, 
Oliver White, 
Peter Faverois, 



j. Serg" 

j 

'- Corp ls 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Number 
of Days. 

Isaac Van Alstyn 32 

George Albreght 32 

Will- Beecroft 10 

Joseph Bosworth 32 

Robbert Bennet 32 

Hans J uriah Buch 32 

John Eerhart 32 

Hugh Flannagan 32 

Nicholas Follard 32 

Alex r Grant 32 

Johannis Graat 32 

Nicholas Graat 32 

Thomas Welsh i 

John Ward 32 

Mathew Howell 32 

Frans Klaw 32 

John St. Lawrence 32 

Jon"- Lowell .... .... 32 

Chris r - Lodewyck 32 

Bastian Pompale 32 

Jurish Protepigh 32 

George Patterson 32 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Number 
of Days. 

Jacob Quackenbosh 32 

George Rainer 32 

Martin Zigler 32 

Abr m - Concklin 32 

Thomas Caton 32 

James Williams 32 

Sancia Warren 32 

John Brooks 32 

Francis Brebel 32 

Thomas Carril 32 

David Crawford 32 

Charles Dan 32 

Richard Hornet 32 

William Higgins 32 

Philip Harmen 32 

\Vill m C. Halenbeek 32 

Joseph Hall 32 

Johannes Jager 32 

John Nojarer 32 

Myndert Wynkoop 32 

Anthony Speek 18 

i Petrus Schut 32 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755- 



47 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Number 
of Days. 

George Shurff 32 

Benj n - Sampson 32 

Sam 1 - Thomas . . 32 

Jn- Thomas 32 

Oliver Thayre 32 

John Vedder 32 

David Winchel 32 

Anthony Noble 32 

Napthaley Owen 32 

John Washer 32 

Dirk Woodcock 32 

Benj" Wampum 32 

I do swear on the holy Evangelist of Almighty God that 
the men whose names are mentioned in the within Roll or 
List where in actual service in my Comp y from the 1st of 
Nov r - to the 2 d of Dec r - both days Inclusef Except those 
marked otherwise on the pay note. 

PHILL. JN- SCHUYLER. 



MEN'S NAMES. Number 

of Days. 

Edward Wheeler . . 32 

Gerret Bowman 32 

Johannis Klaws 32 

Ruben Prime 32 

Sam 1 Roberts 32 

Will 1 " Crouder 32 

Henry M c Cormack 32 

Charles Jacobs . . 32 

John M c Namara 32 

Sam 1 - Taylor 32 

Jerome Van Vlieren 32 

Sam 1 - V. Valkenburgh .... 32 



A PERPUTAL ROLL OF THE COMPANY OF VOLUNTIERS 
RAISED & COMMANDED BY CAPT. EDMOND MATHEWS 
AND MUSTERED IN LAKE GEORGE Nov R - Y E 2 1755 
BEING IN NUMBER 77 EFFECTIVE MEN. 

[The same names as in the list of Oct. 1st with the addi- 
tion of Patrick Murrey.] 



A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. STREET HALL'S COMPANY 
FROM Y E I NOVEMB R TO 2 DECEMBER BOTH DAYS 
INCLUDED VIZ T - 



Josiah Stanlay, 
Jn- Roulingson, 
Stephen Merwin, 
Isaac Cook, 
Ethen Curtis, 
John Thomas, 
Stephen Mix, 
Enos Potter, 



Serj t 



Corporals. 
Drummer. 



Moses Earl 
Benjamin Griswell 
Sam 1 - Bayle 



Michale Dowlittle 
Jonathan Wright 
Frederick Chappel 



4 8 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



James Hartford 
Nathanale Gale 
Waitstell Cook 
John Dudly 
Daniel Tharp 
Jason Cooper 
Peter Davis 
Eldad Curtis 
Bate Hall 
Israel Frisbe 
Francis Blake 
Enos Hitchcock 
Sam 1 - Lyon 
Ed Wooster 
David Calhoun 
Sam" Waller 
Paul Atwell 
Larance Parkle 
John Howde 
Sam 1 - Smith 
Joshua Perrey 
William Hopkins 
Sam 11 - Tietson 



Ruben Hitchcock 
Sam 11 - Bayles J r 
Dennis Covert 
Ebenezer Warner 
Asa Page 
Phinehas Beach 
Nathanall Dike 
Benjamin Chitterton 
William Brown 
Daniel Worden 
William Tom 
Stephen Perkins 
Sam"- Hurlbert 
Gideon Parish 
Permineas Bunnel 
Nathan Andrews 
Hezekiah Bracket 
James Parker 
Moses Wooster 
James Coben 
Stephen Joes 
Antony Miller 
Ephraim Andrews 



Albany y e 4 Dec r 1755 

I doe swear on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God that 
the men whose names are mentioned in the within Roll or 
List where in actual Service in my Company from the I of 
November to y c 2 of Dec r both days Included Excepting 
those marked in the said Roll other wise. 

STREET HALL. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF CAI-T. 

30TII, 

Capt. Sam 1 - Dimock. . 
Left. Christopher He 
Le' Benj"- King. . 



SAM L - DIMOCKS MEN, Nov R - 

1755- 

s. d. 

12 OO O 



1ms. 



4 16 o 
9 oo o 







s. J. 

Serj 1 - Allin Leat.... 2 10 oo 
Serj'- Benj"- Wood- 
worth 2 IO CO 

Serj'-ElishaKirtland. 2 10 oo 

Serj'-Jabez Howland. 2 10 oo Stephen Downer ... I 17 

Corp 1 - Eliab Farnam. 2 5 oo Sam 1 - Baldwin i 17 



Corp 1 - Tim Persival. 2 

Corp'-Zebulon Dudly 2 

Drm r - Nath"- Hall... 2 
John Grisewould 



j. d. 
5 oo 
5 oo 
5 oo 
17 6 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1755. 



49 



W- Butten 




2 

I 
1 


s. 
17 
17 
17 
10 

17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
08 

2 

17 

17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 


d. 
6 
6 
6 

"6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
7 

7 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

9 
6 

6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 


Sam 1 - Teal 



i 

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I 
i 
I 
i 
i 
i 
I 
i 
I 
I 
i 
I 
i 
i 
i 
I 
I 
I 
I 
i 
I 
i 
I 
I 
i 
i 
i 
i 
i 
i 
i 


s. 

17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
I/ 
17 
17 
17 
17 


d. 

6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

7 
6 
6 
6 
6 


Andrew Baldwin.. . . 
W 11 - Brown 


John Tacker. . 


Christopher Tooly. . 
Sam 1 - Tooly 


Sam 11 Benet 


Sam 11 - Cable 


I 
I 

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I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
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I 
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I 
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Tho s - Webb. . 


Rosier Clarke 


James \Varner 


Sam 1 ' Canfield 


Boaz Williams 


Andrew Cooley 
Cornelus Cone 


Jonathon Washbon. 
John W r etmore. 


Cristopher Crouch. . 
Danil Comstock. . . . 
Ebenezer Croseby.. 
Gorge Dibble 


Sam 11 ' Rayment 


Joshua Roger* 3 .. 


Richard Dorus 


Peter Buck 


John Egleston 


John Chops .... 


David Franklin 


Andrew Curri Comp. 
Ruben Rusk 


Moses Fisher 


Thomas Graves 


John Indian. ....... 


Elisha Garb 


Daniel Sirus . . . 


Sam u Hutson 


Benj n - Harry 


Cornelus Hanabal. .. 
Archabald Johnson. 
John Loveland 


Charles Powheage . . 
Robert Pone 


Jacob Pompey 


W 11 - Lord 


Japhet Pompey 
Ruben Rusk 2 nd 
Torn Sherman .... 


Zephoniah Mitchle. . 
Sam 1 - Mack 


W 11 - Markham 


Charles Charper. . . . 
Zackeus Stell. . . . 


Joseph Moxly 


Elisha Palmer 


John Tromp 


W 11 * Pereersro . 


Joseph Toby 


Sam 11 - Rynols 
Thomas Sherman . . . 
Stephen Spencer.. . . 
John Shaw 


Lem 11 - Zone 


John Yeout 


Sam 11 - Todd 


Beni n- Waerg's. . 


Jabez Spencor. .... 
Francis Sumers. . 




Sum total. , . 177 


IS 


3 



Albany y c 5 Dec r> 1755. 

I doe declare on y e holy Evangelist of Almighty God that 
the men whose names are mentioned in the within rool or 
List where in actual service in my Comp y from the i Day of 
Nov r to y e 2 of Dec r - both days Included Except those 
marked otherwise. 

SAM LL - DIMOCK. 
Sworn before me 
Day & year above. 
JN- DE PEYSTER. 

4 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLE OF CAPT. JOHN SLAPPS COMPANY WITH 
Y E ADMOUNTS OF THEIR WAGES FROM Y E LAST DAY OF 
OCTOBER TO Y E FIRST OF SECOND OF DECEMBER WHICH 
is 32 DAYS. ALBANY DECEMBER Y E 4 1755. 



John Slapp, Esq r , Capt..32 d - <$ 8/O p r 



Sam 11 Stanton, 1 st Liev'- 
Sam" Gaylord, 2 Lev' . 



32 d /> 6/0 p r 
33 d (<{ 6/0 p r 



Dan 1 Bellows, 
Will 1 "- Billings, 
Benj"- Brooks, 
Thomas Goodrich, 
Ebenez' Davis, 
Nathan Lylley. 
Josiah Savage, 
Cliarls Squire, 



Timothy Ranny 
Eben r Lymon 
Thomas Lovland 
Joseph Buts 
Benj n Coys 
Zaikriah Brilcnal 
Joseph Rust 
Daniel Killum 
Epharim Goodrich 
Richard Webber 
Eben r Croker 
Josiah Terril 
Joseph Lewis 
Aron Stevens 
Will" 1 - Duey 
Will m Hopkins 
Will m - Pollard 
Nath 1 Miller 
Edmun Redding 
Will 1 "- Loyd 
Moses Whitney 
John Silkrig 
Elezar Robbertson 
Josiah Preston 
Wath: Curtis 
Dan 1 - Rust, J r 
Nath 11 - Will, 2 days 






*. d. 

12 l6 O 

9 18 o 
9 18 o 

32 oo co 



}- Serj 1 @ 1/8 p r . . 10 13 4 



N 



Corp 
Drummer. 



9 18 o 



Charls Bartlett 

Climon NefT 

Sam"- Guilburt 

Sam 11 - Cotton 

John Brown 

Benajah Edwards 

Sam 11 - Judd 

Ezekil Whitney 

Jonathan Pawkaigh 

Syrus Hawkins 

James Robbords, 2 days 

John Ryon 

Brister Park 

John Gennius 

Asa Bowdish 

Joseph Pomham 

Peter Dye, 2 days 

Robart Stevenson 

Jabez Barns 

John Lord 

Joseph Garrot 

Thomas Kines 

John Rice 

Roburt Stevens 

Elezar Gaylord 

Thomas Sweete 

Justes Dale 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1756. 



Roburt Durke Woodbury Starkwether 

Simon Sparhawk Daniel Ford, 5 Days 

Epharian Dean Josiah Whitney 

Thomas Blake Aron Whitney 

* 
Fifty Eight Private Men @ 1/3 p r - Day 1 16 o 

3 Men that was Furloughd thats out Due 2 days 

a peace 7 

One 5 Days 6 

Sergants 10 13 

Corprils 9 18 

Com"- Officers 32 o 

JOHN SLAPP. 

I doe swear on the wholy Evangelist of Almight god that 
the men whose names are mentioned in the within Roll List 
wherein actual Service in my Company from the i Day Nov r - 
to the 2 of Dec 1 "- both Days Inclusef (Except those that are 
marked otherwise before me Dec 1 "- 5 1755. 

JOHN SLAPP. 

Sworn before me Dec r> 5 1755. 
JN- DE PEYSTER. 



d. 

o 

6 

3 
4 
o 
o 



A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. ROBERT M C GINNIS'S COM- 
PANY MARCH Y E 3i ST 1756. 



Lieut 5 - 



I 



Robert M c Ginnis, Capt. 
Mindert Roseboom, 
John Rosa, 
James Patblado, 
Randal M c Daniel, c 
Nathan Betts, -Sergeants. 

Andrew Bessinger, 

Stephen Brown, 

Edward Davis, \ Corporals. 

Dennis Crohon, J 

John Goodwin, Drummer. 






Samuel Builtman 
George Alberton 
Henry Passasie 
John Nicholas 
Christian Passasie 
George Cook 
George Poock 
Severinus Bessinger 



Andrew Bessinger J r -, tak- 
en prisoner Ap l y e 20 
10 Richard Hornet 
Oliver Thier 
Michael Tobin 
John M c Gee Disch d - May 

John Coulter do May y e 8 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



Joseph Tomnie 
George Eligh 
John Roofe 
George Maijor 
Peter Shurtz Disch d - 



May 



John Hortigh 

Hendrick Frey 

John Smith 

Coenraet Fritchie Disch d - 

May y c 8 
John Fleming 
John Booth 
John Wright 
Mathew Sheffer 
John Weise 
John Johnson 
Matthew Dunbar 
Jelles Kouse 
Josiah Lounsbury Disch d - 

20 May 

Anthony Miller 
Christian Kitman Disch d 

May y r 6 



William Kasselman do 

May y e 18 

Severeinus Castleman 
George Crous 
Charles Read 
Hendrick Cans Died 

April y e 6 
John Walker Disch d May 

1 8 
John George Waggoner 

Disch d May 18 
Richard Hare 
John St. Lawrence 
Henry Philips Disch d 

May 19 

Andrew Philips do 
Thomas Crago Disch d 

May 6 

Francis Dufley 
John Hare 
Sam 1 Martin 
Janus Brown 
Samuel Taylor 
Dinnis Crohon 



I do swear on the holy Evangelist of Almighty God that 
the men whose Names are mentioned in this Rolle or list 
where in actual sarvice in my Company from y e first of March 
to y e 31 of said Month both days Inclusef. 

ROB T - M c GlNXIS. 
Albany y e 22 d April 1/56. 

Jx- DE PEYSTER. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. PIETER VAN DEN. BURGH 
DECEASED COMPANY FROM THE FIRST DAY OF AUG T 
TO THE 31 OF SAID MONTH BOTH DAYS INCLUDED. 

Joseph Champlin, f T . 

Zebulan Mead, f Lieut " 

Thomas Champlin, 1 

James Gaeen, [ c lt 

Jonathan Policy 

John Lewis, 

Pieter Casley, 

Michel Walter, 

Dan 1 Dawson, Drummer. 



J 

[ Corp 1 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1756. 



53 



PRIVATES. 



James Finly 
Thomas Green 
Timothy Larken 
James Doudle 
Jeremiah Bingham 
John Mose 
Jeffrey Nese 
Ebunezar Owen 
Thomas Tingerson 
Joseph Steel 
George Bunday 
Frances Sauwood 
Edward Dunfee 
Mikell MacDaniel 
Daniel Holdridge 
John Roberts 
Ichabod Stockwell 
Elisha Harvey 
William More 
Mickell Brown 
Hezekiah Kenney 
Elkanah Cook 
John Herrick 



Carrel James 
Patrick Quin 
John Wheelar 
John Francklin 
Increase Winn 
Joseph Parrish 
Samuel Bain 
John Mabury 
William Mills 
Simon Terbush 
James Weeks 
Nathaniel Dunham 
Jacob Weaver 
Simon Browling 
Amos Bennet 
Nathanel Pinny 
Roulf Sherred 
Johanis Coonrat Correl 
John Thomson 
Jonathin Linsey 
Richord Nichelson 
Nathaniel Lane 
Richard Baylis 



PAY NOTE FOR THE ABOVE ROLL. 

' 

1 Captain from I st - to 21 Ins 1 - @ 8/ 88 

2 Lieut 8 - 31 days each @ 6/ ap s - 18 12 
4 Serg ts - 31 days each @ 51/8 ap s - 10 6 
2 Corporalls Ditto @ 46/6 ap s - 4 13 
i Drummer @ 26 

46 Private Men 31 days each @ 38/9 ap s - 89 2 



133 
6 



Ded 1 - for 4 Orders Drawn in favor of 4 Men 

126 19 ii 
P d - W. V. Denburgh 121 03 2 

5 16 9 

I do swear on the holy Evangelist of Almighty God that 
the Men whose names are mentioned In the within Roll or 
List were In actual Service from the ith Day of Aug t- to the 
3ith thereof Both Days Included as witness my hand. 

JOSHUA CHAMPLIN. 
Sworn before me 

VOLCKERT P. DOUW, Justice. 



54 MUSTER ROLLS OF 

Great Carrying Place Sept. 12 i/55 then Received of 
Mess rs Phill. Schuyler & John Depeyster by the hands c 
Mr Volckert P. Douw the sum of one hundred and twenty 
one pounds three shillings and 2 d - as witness my hand. 

JOSHUA CHAMPLIN. 

121. 3. 2. 

Albany the 7 April 1756 Rec d of John Depeyster & Phil. 
Schuyler the sum of five pounds Sixteen shillings & g A - being 
the rem d of the within [Pay Note] rec d - by me pr. an order 
from Hend Van der burger Exec tr - of the Estate of Pieter 
Van den burgh Late Capt. of the Comp y - of men mentioned 
in this rool. 

WILLIAM VANDERBURGH. 

S> l6 - 9- 

s. d. 

689 paid four orders for 4 men as appears on the 

other side. 

121 32 the first receipt. 
5 16 9 the Second. 

133 88 which Is the Sume this Mostorol Corns to. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF VOLUNTEERS IN RICHMOND COUNTY 
COMMANDED BY CAPT. Tno s - ARROWSMITII DATED 
25'ni MARCH 1758 ARE AS FOLLOWETH Viz 7 - 



Time of Inlist- 
INLISTED BY ME OUT OF CAPT. HOLMES COMPANY. ment 

i . 

Month Day 

Henry Lurya ; March 25 

Nathaniel Hillyar j do 27 

John Glaspy \ do 27 

John Baker ! do 27 

5 Ralph Skidmore . . j do 30 

Vincent Fountain I do 31 

George Johnson do 31 

Anthony Bird do 31 

Christopher Smith ' do 31 

10 Thomas Merrell I do 31 

John Putman do 31 

Daniel Cranawalt do 31 

John Prichet I April 28 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 



55 



CAPT. WRIGHT'S COMPANY VIZ T - 



Time of Enlist- 
ment. 



Month Day 

Thomas Welstead March 27 

1 5 John Sinkins do 

Matthias Johnson April 5 

Charles Price do 6 

Treddle Simmon . . do 1 1 

Alexander Flemming do 13 

20 Dougha Johnson do 17 

Philip Lefurg do 17 

John Segan do 18 

Thomas Johnson do 18 

Daniel Egbert do 1 8 

25 Jacob Cain do 20 

Joseph Vanpelt do 25 

Cornelius Van Cleef do 25 

OUT OF CAPTN- CARSON COMPANY INLISTED BY LIEU- 
TENANT WATERS. 

Cornelius Bowman March 25 

Thomas Fletcher do 25 

30 Peter Vanpelt do 31 

William Blake do 31 

Isaac Johnson do 31 

Solomon Selow do 31 

Alexander Ogg April 7 

35 Alexander Lisk do 7 

Daniel Croskeron do 1 1 

John Merrell do 17 

Richard Housman do 17 

Matthew Lisk do 17 

John Lisk do 17 

John Wood (James Lisk in his room) .... do 17 

Elijah Beedle do 17 

John Johnson do 17 

Thomas Burbanck do 27 

45 James Smallshanks May i 

Egbert Haugelvout do i 

OUT OF THE TROOP CAPT. TUYION BY CAPT. ARROWSMITH. 

John Griffith April i 

Peter King do 5 

Bartholomew McQuin do 5 

Jacob Whetsel do 5 

Thomas Dougherthy do 1 1 

Robert Degroot do 25 

Sarjnuel Hays do 25 



56 MUSTER ROLLS OF 

Past Muster before me y e 25 April Except those who In- 
listed Since and past at the time of their Inlistment. 

THO S - ARROWSMITH. 



A ROLL OF CAPTAIN STEPHEN NOTTINGHAM'S COMPANY 
VOLUNTARILY INLISTED IN HIS MAJESTIES SERVICE IN 
THE PAY OF THE PROVINCE OF NEW YORK & MUS- 
TERED THE 15"? OF APRIL, 1758, BY CHARLES CLINTON, 
ESQ., LT. COLONEL OF ONE OF THE BATTALLIONS OF 
SAID PROVINCE, WITH THE TIME OF THEIR SEVERAL 
INLISTMENTS. 



Captain, 
Stephen Nottingham, Esq. 



No. 



Lieutenants, 
Henry Jensen, 
Cornelius Wyncoop. 



When Inlisted. 



SERJEANTS. 

Tho s - Nottingham April 4 

Gerret Brodhead do 7 

Jacob Nottingham do 4 

John Johnson do 7 

CORI'ORALS. 

Jacob Vandermark do 4 

Petrus Schoonmaker do 5 

Barnet Mercle do 4 

DRUM* 

Geo. Weber do 4 

PRIVATES. 

Wilhelmus Mercle i do 4 

Mortin Middagh jun ! do 4 

John Dotey ! do 4 

John Keator do 4 

5 Dan 1 - McKinley do 4 

Petrus Clarewater do 4 

John Middagh do 4 

Mortin Krum do 4 

John Brodhead do 4 

10 Andries Davis do 4 

Luke Brodhead do 4 

\V m Ennist do 4 

Jacob Keator jun do 4 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 



57 



No. 


PRIVATES. 


When Inlisted. 




Gerardus Newkirk 


April 4 


T$ 


Petrus Mercle 


do 4 




Isaac Roosa 


do 4 




Adam Huffman 


do 4 




Bruynus Vanderburgh 


do 4 




George Middagh, Jun 


do 4 


2O 


Jacobus J. Bush 


do 4 




Abraham Keator , 


do 4 




Nich 5 ' Slouyter 


do 4 




Benj. Mercle 


do 4 




Dirck Chambers 


do 4 


25 


Andries Kyser 


do 4 




Arie Keator 


do 4 




Japhtha Slouyter 


do 4 




Rich d Lounsberry 


do c, 




Benj n - Eakerlcy 


do 5 


3O 


Jam s - Alegar 


do 5 




W m - M c Connell 


do c 




Jacobus Turner 


do c 




Johannis Ryder 


do c 




Cornel 8 ' Hardenbergh 


do 5 


S5 


Conrad Burger 


do 5 




Johannis Hornbean 


do c. 




John Mullen 


do 5 




Benj n- Cartwright 


do s 




Nath 1 - Cartwright 


do 5 


40 


John van Vleet 


do c 




W m - Hyn 


do c 




Chrisse Davids 


do t, 




Casper Ruyter 


do 5 




Johannis Turner 


do 5 


45 


Jacob Clyn 


do 5 




Egbert de Witt jun 


do 5 




George Mack 


do 5 




Andries Rudolf 


do 5 




Petrus Vernoy 


do 5 


en 


Garton De Witt 


do 5 


j^ 


Christopher Medler 


do 6 




Albertus Anthony 


do 6 




Philip Miller 


do 6 




William Mercle 


do 6 


cc 


John Beneway 


do 6 




Sam 1 ' Wells Jun r 


do 6 




John Herman . 


do 6 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



No. 



60 



PRIVATES. 



70 



75 



80 



90 



95 



IOO 



W m Snyder 

John de Witt jun r 

Cornel 3 - Hendrickse 

Petrus Post 

Joseph Martin 

Jacob Vanderlinde 

Lucas de Witt 

Johannis Stroup 

Petrus And. Vanlieuven . 

Peter Luyick Jun r 

John Ebberhard Gochnat 

John Cane 

Joseph Griffon 

Roger Blameless 

Mortha Bayard 

Philip Schoonmaker 

Joost Koonst 

Philip Swart 

Solomon Oosterander . . . 

Stephanus Weest 

Jacob S. Freer 

Aaron Rice 

Nath 1 - Bryant 

Baltus Kiefer 

Hendricus Oosterhout . . 

Benj" Swart 

Ezekiel de Witt 

Petrus de Witt 

Lucas Wyncoop 

Johannis Keight Jun r - . . . 

Jacobus Post 

Hendricus Post 

Hendricus Redeker Jun. 

Barent Legg 

Petrus Oosterhout 

Coonrad Andries Tiel . . 

W ra Shafe 

Griffe Estel 

Hendrick Beem 

Peter Miller 

Hermanus Dumond 

Hugh Smith 

Johannis Decaff 

W m - Kiger(Higer?) 



When Inlisted. 



April 6 

do 6 

do 6 

do 6 

do 6 

do 6 

do 6 

do 6 

do 6 

do 6 

do 6 

do 6 

do 6 

do 6 

do 6 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 

do 7 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 



59 



No. 



PRIVATES. 



When Inlisted. 



Jacobus Montanle April 8 

John Brede do 8 

Wilhelmus Chrispel do 8 

105 Garret Newkirk . , do 8 

Joseph Hotkins do 8 

John Wheeler do 8 

Jacob Helm do 8 

Hendrick Plough do 8 

1 10 Petrus Schoonmaker do 8 

Jacob Slouyter do 9 

Martin Griffin do 15 

John Vanderspagle do 13 

1 14 Rich d - Brodhead do 22 

N. B. 

John Johnson, Serj* 
John Dotey 
Hendrik Been 
Johannis Degraff 
Petrus Post 
Richard Brodhead 

These were Inlisted & Sworn but not mustered. 



6o 



A MUSTER ROAL TAKEN IN QUEENS COUNTY, BY M: TAY 

AT SUNDRIE OTHER TIMES SINCE, 



OFFICERS. 



Capt. 
Tho s Willams. 

Lts. 

Dan 11 - Wright. 
W m - Algeo. 

Non 
Commissioned 

Officers. 
John Allison. 
Jas. Casseday. 
Jas. Palmer. 
Peter Velser. 

Corporals. 
Dan 11 - Southard. 
Cooper Brooks. 
John Hatton. 

Drum. 
Benj. Agens. 



PRIVATES. 


Heighth. 


Age. 


George Crew 


5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 

5 
5 
5 

5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 

5 
4 

5 

5 

c; 


4? 

4 

6 /- 

4 
6 

7 1 /* 

5 t 

3 1,4 

1 1 

7 
8){> 

7 
8 

nK> 

3 

7 
6 

10 

6 " 

5 

6 X ~ 

1 1 

8 7 ~ 
8 

7 1 A 
j 


26 
21 

30 
21 

18 

22 
19 
38 
21 

1 ^ 

2^L 

18 

26 
20 
20 
24 

27 

21 

22 

21 

22 
26 

20 
21 
2O 
TO 


Mathias Salick .... 


Baltus Taylor 


Peter Tucker 


5 John Smalling 


Ned Mustee. . . . 


Charles Gullifer 


Benj n - Balden 


Vallentine Havener. .. 
10 Peter Crouse 


John C. Frederick .... 


Stephen Mustee 


Henry Dawson 


Sam" Boyd 


15 Ned Ward 


Nat Mustee 


Luis Mustee 


Tuin Indian 


Elkanah Mustee 


20 Phillip Townsend 


Moses Robins 


Phillip Slagg. 


John Villelo 


Dan 11 - Townsend 


25 James Tredwell 


Isaac Nation 


John Wright . 


John Denton 


John Luther 


30 James Titus 


Tho 5 - Howel 


Nicolas Dermot 


Abner Lines 


Rinear Everet 


35 John Valence 


Tho s - Gritman 


Joseph Morgan . . 


W m Stites 


Smith Rowland . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 



6l 



LOR WOOLSEY, ON Y E ElGHTENTH OF APRIL 1758 AND 
CAPT. RICH D HULETS COMPANY. 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Complex"- 


When 
Inlisted. 


Germany 


Gun Sm th -. 


Brown 


1758. 

March 26 


do 


Carp r- .... 


Fair 


do do 


do 


Labour r- 


do 


do do 


England 


Carp r 


do 


do do 


Q s - County 


\Veaver. . ... 


Brown 


do 28 


do 


Labour r- 


Yallow 


do 30 


England 


do 


Fair 


do do 


o 

Q s - County 


Weaver 


do 


do do 


Germany 


B. Smith . 


Brown 


do 31 


do 


Butcher 


Fair 


April 3 


do 


Shoe Mak r> 


do 


do do 


Q s- County. . . . 


Lab r - 


Yallow 


do do 


England 


do 


Brown 


do 4 


Boston 


Sailor 


do ...... 


do do 


Q s - County. . . . 


Lab r - 


Black 


do do 


do 


do 


Yallow 


do do 


do 


do 


Black 


do do 


do . . 


do 


Indian 


do do 


do 


do 


Yallow 


do do 


do 


do 


Indian 


do do 


Boston. . ... 


do 


Yallow 


do do 


O s ' County 


do 


do 


do do 


do . .. 


Joiner , 


Fair 


do do 


do 


Lab r - 


Indian 


do do 


do 


Weaver 


Negro . 


do do 


do 


Lab r - 


Black 


do do 


do 


Shoe Maker 


Sandy 


do do 


do 


Lab r - 


Fair 


do do 


Germany 


Printer 


do 


do 7 


O s> County 


Carp r> 


Dark 


do do 


England 


Lab r - 


Brown 


do do 


do 


do 


Fair 


do do 


Q s - County 


Cooper 


Yallow 


do do 


do 


Weaver 


Fair 


do do 


Connecticut 


Labo r> 


Brown 


do do 


O s County 


Weaver 


do 


do do 


do 


Shoe Mak r - 


do 


do do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do do 


do 


Toiner . 


Fair . , 


do 10 



62 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



OFFICERS. 


PRIVATES. 


Heighth. 


Age. 




40 Ephraim Cossaboom . . . 
David Peterson 


/-. /. 
6 .... 
5 8 


25 

IQ 




Thomas White 


"> 1 1 J4 


21 




John Stringham 


*> I 1 


?6 




John Doxey Jun r - 
45 Thos. Wilson 


5 9% 

5 2 


22 
IQ 




John Springer 


5 8 


22 




John Foster 


s 8 '4 


IQ 




James Weed 


5 s l /2 


'y 

74 




Rich d - Mandor. 




27 




50 John Williams 


; 7 1 -.; 


IQ 




John Provost 


5 6 '4 


V 
IQ 




Hezekiah Holdridge . . . 
Sampson Hawxhurst.. . 
Jotham Hawxhurst .... 
55 Barnadus Bloom 


5 7^ 
5 7 
5 10 
: 1 1 }4 


*y 
46 

21 

'? 
26 




Sam" Palmer 


5 6 


AO 




Isaac Howard 


c 8 


t w 

?8 




Dennis Field 


S 3 


J 

?c 




Joseph Hagavowt 


^ IO 


J J 
27 




60 Absalom Hutchins .... 
Nath 1 - How 


5 4 

5 VA 


*/ 

30 
^Q 




Joseph Paul 


s 714 


oy 
16 




Joseph Peterson 


; 7 '/ 


j w 

IQ 




Martin van Norstrand. . 
65 Richard Green 


5 8 
6 


*y 

20 
IQ 




W m White 


"? 4. 


1 y 

IQ 




David Cassaboom .... 


: IO 


*y 

?7 




Timothy White 


s c'4 


Jl 
2C 




Nath 1 - Conger . 


; 7 V-* 


J 3 

A4. 




70 W m - Shaw ... 


j / /- 

f 7 I/ 


*Hf 

A2 




Henry Doxey. . 


/ / 2 

c 10 


*!* 

IQ 




Elijah Rainer . 


j w 

^ iol4 


*y 

2^ 




Joseph Hicrbie. . 


: 6 


* j 
IQ 




Jacob Jonston 


S S54 


*y 

2/1 




75 Joseph Thurston 
W m Rainer 


5 3 

c S 1 /^ 


"r 

22 
IO 




Joshua Chappel . 


J u /2 

c 8 1 A 


J y 

^A 




Jonas Scofield 


$ A. l t 


J^- 
22 




John Cunningham 
80 Eliphas Clinton 


J t/3 

5 io^ 

C I I 


J^ 

35 
20 




Robert Lockwood . 


<; i*A 


2A 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Complex"- 


When 
Inlisted. 


O s County 


Weaver. 


Fair 


1753. 

April 10 


do 


Labo r - 


do 


do do 


\Vest Chester 


\Veaver 


Brown 


do do 


O s ' County. 


Labo r - 


Fair ........ 


do do 


do 


Carpf- 


do 


do do 


England 


Labo r - 


do 


do II 


Albany . 


do 


Dark 


do do 


\Vest Chester 


do 


Brown 


do do 


Connect' 1 


Black Sm th - 


Fair 


do do 


England . . . 


do 


Brown 


do do 


s ' Co . . 


Labo r 


do 


do do 


do 


Baker 


Dark 


do do 


Connecticut . . 


Miller 


do 


do do 


O s ' County 


Taylor 


Fair 


do do 


do 


Carp r- 


do 


do do 


do 


Sailor 


do 


do do 


Connecticut 


Labo r - 


do .... 


do 12 


O s ' County 


Cooper 


do 


do do 


Ireland 


Sailor 


Brown 


do do 


Pennsylv 3 ' .... 


do 


do 


do do 


O s ' County 


\Veaver 


do 


do 13 


Connect 1 .... 


Turner 


do 


do do 


O s - County 


Shoe Mak r - 


do 


do do 


do 


Labo r - 


Fair 


do 14. 


do 


Sho Mak r - 


do 


do do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do do 


do 


Labo r - 


Dark 


do do 


Connect 1 ' . 


Weaver 


Fair 


do 15 


do 


Labo r - 


do 


do do 


Terse v . 


Weaver 


Dark 


do do 


J v - i3 ^-,y 
Ireland . . . . 


Labo r 


do 


do do 


O s * County 


Weaver 


do 


do do 


do 


do 


do 


do do 


do 


Taylor 


Fair 


do do 


do 


Labo r> 


do 


do do 


do 


Blacksmith 


do 


do do 


do 


\Veaver 


do 


do do 


do 


Labo r 


do 


do 16 


Connect 4 ' 


Cooper 


Brown 


do do 


\Vest Chester 


Labo r - 


Fair 


do 17 


Boston . 


do 


Sandy 


do do 


Connect 1 -. . 


do 


Dark . 


do do 



6 4 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



OFFICERS. 


PRIVATES. 


Heighth. 


Age. 




John Mow 


F. I. 

5 8 


21 




Tobias Isinghood 


c 7^2 


24. 




W m - Adare 


5 i/^ 


2=; 




85 Patrick Carrighan 


5 6'4 


2; 




James Alkason 


5 io>2 


2O 




Caleb Smith 


5 6^ 


2O 




Daniel Wood 


5 7^ 


3O 




Joseph Griffing 


5 Q/^ 


24 




90 Jacob Wright 


; o 


21 




John C. Vellt 


5 9^ 
5 9,- 


IQ 











A MUSTER ROLL OF Y E COMPANY COMMANDED BY 



OFFICERS. 


PRIVATES. 


Height. Age. 


Capt. 
Rich d - Hulet 

L ts. 

Ephraim Moss 
Douwe Delmus 


Anthony Havens 


5' 

5 
5 
5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 

5 

5 
c 


7 22 

37 
4 18 
9 29 
8 46 

44 
9 29 
7 23 
7 30 
6 36 
1 1 20 
8 26 

5 17 
4 ! 40 

8 22 

6 36 
48 
10 43 

7 25 
5 47 

C IQ 


W m Snow 


Phillip Hulet 


Hamb tn - Blackwod 


5 Matthias Lawrence .... 
W m - Hart 


Nicolas Wilson 


Timothy Hill . , 


Timothy Baldwin 


10 Rich d - Speed . 


John Doxey. . 


Manser Kettle 


Edward Cornell 


John Smith 


1 5 J ohn Larrabe 


John Cofman 


Harman Lower 


Adam Cronk 


Rich d - Knott 


20 Tuin Tones . . 


Harry Floyd . 


James Cornel 


James Verrity . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Complex" 


When 
Inlisted. 


Connect 1 . 


Turner. 


Dark 


1758. 

April 17 


Germany 


Pedler 


Pair 


do do 


Ireland 


Labo r< 


do 


do 18 


do 


do 


Brown 


do do 


Penn a - 


Carp r ' 


do 
uw 


do do 


Q s - County . 


Sho Mak r - 


Fair 


do do 


do 


Tavlor 


do 


do do 


do 


Labo r - 


do 


do do 


Suffolk Co .... 


Carp tr - . 


do 


do do 


Germany 


Cooper 


do 


do 29 











CAPT. RICH D - HULET PR. M. TAYLOR WOOLSEY. 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Complex"- 


When 
Inlisted. 


Suffolk 


Labo r - 


Indian . . . 


March 29 


England . 


do 


Fair . . . 


do ^o 


Q s - County 


do 


Indian 


April 3 


Ireland 


Marriner 


Brown 


do 4 


Germany 


Carp r- 


do 


do do 


England . 


Labo r - 


Fair 


do 5 


Q s " County. . 


Weaver 


do 


do do 


Ireland 


Cord Wain r> 


Fair 


do do 


Q s- County. . . . 


Labo r - 


Brown 


do do 


England 


Taylor 


do .. 


do do 


Q s - County. . 


Wagon mak r> 


Fair 


do 6 


Jersey . 


Labo r - 


Brown 


do 6 


Q s- County . . 


Labo r- 


Fair 


do do 


France 


Weaver 


Brown 


do 7 


England . 


Joiner 


Fair 


do do 


Germany 


Butcher 


Brown 


do do 


do 


Labo r - 


do 


do 8 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do do 


England 


Cord Wain r - . ... 


Fair .... 


do do 


Suffolk Co. . . . 


Labo r - 


Indian 
Ind n 


do do 
do do 


Q s- County 


do 


do 


do 10 


do 


Shoemaker. . 


Fair . , 


do do 



66 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



OFFICERS. 


PRIVATES. 


Height. Age. 




Abram Pettit 


F. I. 

5 3 23 
5 4 23 
5 9 38 
5 7 20 

5 7 '9 
5621 

5 7 21 
5621 
5 7 18 

5 9 '7 
5 2 24 
511 17 
5 8 30 

6 21 
6 20 

5 7 5i 
5 8 28 

5 6 35 
5 9 23 
5 7 27 
5 7 20 
6 40 
5 9 24 
5 6 22 

5 4 18 
5 6 28 
5 9 21 
5 6 1 7 
5 9 40 
5 7 21 
5 3 27 
5 ii 23 
511 26 
5 5 24 
5 6 30 
5 7 23 
5 8 43 
5 4 3 6 

6 I 21 


^5 James Seaman 


Sam 11 ' Scidmore 


Isaac Totton 


lames Balden . .... 


Joseph \\ ert 


30 Abraham Colder 


Joel Taylor 


Abram Simonsen 


Zacry Allen 


Tobias \\eeks . .... 


T.Z Tunis Coovert 


James Brown 


Sam" Higby 




Simon Lambertson, Sr. . 
40 Simon Lambertson .... 
George Buncc 


\Y m - Gritman 


E/ekiel Brundage . . . . 


Sam"' Smith 


45 Lucus Cover 


Peter Beyea 


John Thacker 


Nicolas Sesicle 


Sam 11 ' Southard 


50 George Row 


James Read 


Anton)' Seaman . . . . 


Benj Jackson 


Martin Bowrene 


55 Tunis Hardenberg 


John Davis 


Daniel Barns 


John Conner 


Jacob Carle 


60 Thos. Tomson 


George Grewnecal 
Stephen Hulet 


Wenden Hines 


Henry M on fort 


6; John Frank . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 67 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Complex"- 


When 
Inlisted. 


O s ' County. . . . 


Shoemaker 


Brown 


April 1 1 


do 


Hatter 


Fair 


do 12 


I^ong Island . . 


Labo r - 


Indian 


do 14 


Q s - County . . . 


Taylor 


Fair 


do do 


do 


Cord Wain 1 "' 


do 


do do 


Germany . 


Labo r 


Brown 


do do 


O s County 


do 


do 


do do 


Tersev 


Cord Wain r- 


do 


do do 


Q s County . . . 


Labo r 


do 


do do 


do 


do 


do ... 


do do 


do 


do 


Indian . . 


do do 


do 


Weaver 


Brown 


do do 


Ireland . 


Quack Doctor . . . 


do 


do do 


O s ' County 


Labo r - 


do 


do do 


do 


do 


do 


do do 


New York .... 


Cord Wain r 


Fair 


do K 


O s- County .... 


\Veaver 


do 


do 7 


Suffolk Co. . . 


Carp r- 


Brown 


do i* 


O s ' County 


Farmer 


Fair 


do 21 


Rye . . 


Farmer 


Brown 


do 15 


O s County . 


Ship Carp r- 


Brown 


do do 


O s County 


do 


Fair 


do do 


\Vest Chester 


Labo r - 


Brown . . 


do do 


N England 


do 


Fair 


do do 


Switzerland 


Turner 


Brown 


do 16 


O s - County 


Labo r 


do 


do i ; 


New York 


\Veaver 


do 


do 14 


Q s - County 


Labo r - 


Fair 


do 17 


do 


do 


do 


do 18 


do 


\Veaver 


do 


do do 


Germany 


Farmer 


Brown 


do 20 


Q s - County 


do 


do 


do 14 


England 


School Master. . . 


Fair 


do 20 


Q s - County 


Butcher 


do 


do do 


Ireland 


Labo r 


do 


do do 


Q s - County 


Carp r - 


do 


do do 


do 


Labo r 


Mustee 


do do 


Germany 


Cord Wain n 


Fair 


May 3 


Qs. County 


Farmer 


do 


do Q 








3 
April 19 

May 2 



68 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



OFFICERS. 



PRIVATES. 



John Marston 

W m Douty 

John Dvvire 

Rich d - Everet 

70 John Ginkens 

David Wright 

Moses Indian 

Robert Palmer 
Andrew Jonson 

Abram Demot 

Christopher Sumer, 
Tho s - Halfpenny.. 

John Welch 

Jaames Branagin . . 
Jacob Wansen. 
Joseph Darby .... 



W m Tillet 



Lazarus Griffith 



Height. 



F. I. 



5 6 



Age. 



40 



34 

24 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF PROVINCIALLS IN THE 
QUOTA OF QUEEN'S COUNTY COM- 



Petrus Stuyvesant, Captain. 

David Jones, ) T . 

Morris Smith, L ' eutena " ts - 



PRIVATES. 



I Peter Lain 


F. I. 

t 6 


2O 


2 Solomon Abrahams 


"5 10 


18 


3 Rich d - Tuin 


C A 


22 


4 Harry Simmons . . . 


$ 7 


IQ 


5 George Da\vson 


^ 4 


1 y 
22 


6 Simeon Smith 


C Q 


->8 


7 George Dunbar . 


J y 

^ 7 


21 



Stature. Age. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 69 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Complex 11 - 


When 
Inlisted. 


O s ' County . . . 


Carp r- . . 


Fair 


April 19 
April 19 
do 18 
April 19 








do 14 
do 22 








May ii 
April 23 
do 14 
do 18 








do 4 
do 15 
do 18 


O s County 


Labo r - 


Brown 


do 12 
April 8 


do 


\Veaver 


do ...... 


do 18 


do 






j detached 
I do 18 








detached 



PAY OF THE PROVINCE OF NEW YORK AS PART OF Y E 
MANDED BY CAPTAIN PETRUS STUYVESANT. 



Simion Smith, 
George Dunbar, 
James Man, 
Cornelius Turner, 
Jeremiah Finch, 
John Walter 



Serjants. 



Mathew Robinson, J 



i- Corporals 



Where Borne. 


Trade. 


Complexion. 


When 
Inlisted. 


Oysterbay 




Indian 


March 28th 


King's Countv 




do 


do 


Oysterbay 




do 


do 


Hempstead 




Mustee . . . 


March 30 


England . 


Barber 


Fair 


Ap ! - y e 5th 


o 

Jamaica 


Shoemaker. . . 


Dark 


do ist 


do 


Tavlor. . 


Sandv . 


do 



7 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



PRIVATES. 



8 P. Jackson 

9 Stephen Baker 

10 Pomp Messenger ... 

1 1 Valentine Burch 

12 Turman Smith 

13 Charles Smalling 

14 Robert Lewis 

15 George Lane 

16 James Smith 

17 John Simmons 

18 Cornelius Turner 

19 Samuel Burr 

20 Thomas Dennis 

21 Thomas Morgan .... 

22 Michel Frost 

23 Will m Baker 

24 Solomon Rainer .... 

25 Harry Eato 

26 John Gritman 

27 Jeremiah Pomp 

28 Tho s> Townsend .... 
Disch d Augustine Creed , 

29 James Hooper 

30 Sam 1 Waller 

31 Jacob Latin 

32 James Hollis 

33 John Walters 

34 Timothy Herrick . . . 

35 Isaac V Northstrandt 

36 Jeremiah Finch 

37 Dan 1 Bancks 

38 James Camuch 

39 Boy, Nath 1 Cook 

40 Abraham Allen 

41 Joseph Cheshier .... 

42 Noah Hall 

43 Thomas Morrell .... 

44 John Norstrandt .... 

45 Benjamin Campbell . 

46 Titus Quason 

47 Samuel Hubbs 

48 Benj n - Wiggins 





Stature. 


Age. 




F. I. 

5 9 


27 




5 9 


10 




5 4 


2O 




5 5 


25 




5 5 


25 




S 7 


2O 




5 5 


2O 




5 


72 




5 8 


3O 




5O 


24 




5 4 


21 




c 5 


28 




=> 7 


22 




5 9 


22 




5 10 


10 




5 8 


2O 




5 1 1 


SO 




; 10 


2O 




=; 8 


21 




s 7 


2O 




5 8 


IS 




c 41; 


47 




^ 8 


21 




c 4 


IO 




C Q 


2O 




4 I I 


^8 




c 8 


20 




6 


?2 




6 i 


^6 




^ Q 1 /^ 


2Q 




c 714 


}6 




C 1 


^8 




A Q 


16 




*r v 

c 6 


IQ 




j 

c c 


y 

20 




c 10 


I 7 




c 6 


18 




; 6 


2Q 




J w 

t; 8 


*y 

I 7 




j u 
c 8 


1 / 
^O 




j 

r -j 


j w 
26 




j J 

; 10 


18 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 



Where Borne. 


Trade. 


Complexion. 


When 
Inlisted. 


Hempstead 




Yealow . . . 


An 1 - v e id 


Jearsey 


Carpenter 


Fair 


do 1 4th 


Jamaica 




Black . . . 


do 5 


Oysterbay 


\Veavour ... 


Dark . . . 


do y e 4th 


do 


do 


Dark . . . 


do y e 5th 


do 




Dark 


do do 


North Castle 


Shoemaker. . . . 


Dark . . . 


do do 


Oysterbay 




Indian .... 


do do 


Hempstead 


\Veavour 


Dark . . . 


do do 


do 


do 


Fair . . . 


do do 


Horse Neck 


do 


do 


do do 


Oysterbav 


Shoemaker .... 


do 


do y e 6th 


do 


Cooper 


Dark 


do y e 6th 


do 


\Veavour 


Fair . . 


do y e 6th 


do 




do 


do \ e /th 


Hempstead 


Joyner 


Dark .... 


do y e 7th 


do 




Dark .... 


do y e 6th 


Oysterbay 




Mustee . . . 


do 7th 


do 


Miller 


Fair 


do 7th 


do 




Mustee . . . 


do 7th 


Oysterbay 


Shoemaker .... 


Fair 


do 7th 


Jamaica 


Carpenter 


Dark . ... 


do 6th 


Jamaica 


Shoemaker .... 


Fair . . 


do 7th 


New York 


do 


Dark 


do 7th 


Oysterbay 




Fair 


do y e 7th 


England 


Baker 


Sandy .... 


do y e 7th 


North Castell 


Carpenter 


Dark 


do y e 8th 


R. Island 




Sandy .... 


do y e 8th 


Jamaica 




Dark 


do y e loth 


Greenwich 


Joyner 


Rudy 


do y e 1 1 th 


do 




Fair 


do y e i ith 


Ireland 


Dyer . . . 


Dark . 


do y e i ith 


Newtown 




Fair 


do y e 1 2th 


Oysterbay 




Dark 


do y e i ith 


do 




do 


do y e i ith 


do 


Shoemaker. . . . 


Fair 


do y e i ith 


Oysterbay 


Carpenter 


Fair . . . . 


April I2th 


Flatbush 




do . . . . 


do I3th 


Oysterbay 


Cooper 


Fair 


do 1 3th 


Islip 




Indian . . . . 


do i ith 


Oysterbay 




do 


do loth 


do 


Tavlor. . 


Dark . 


do i ith 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



PRIVATES. Stature. 


Age. 


F. 
49 Amos Smith 5 


/. 

9 

8 
6 

4 
4 
10 

5 
6 

7 
4 
9 
9 

4 
6 

9 

7 
5 

9 
6 

10 

i */ 

5 
6 

10 

4 
6 
8 

7 
6 
6 

A 


18 

30 

49 
33 

27 
32 

22 

22 

19 
4 8 

45 
43 
24 
36 

34 
24 

21 
19 

18 

20 
20 

36 
38 

24 

39 

37 
37 
35 
18 

20 

39 

70 


50 Aron Concelye 5 


5 i Daniel Dean 5 


52 Mathexv Robinson 5 


53 John Townsend . ; 


54 Robert Palmer 5 


55 James Lightfoot 5 


56 Samuel Legross 5 


57 Peter V Norstrandt 


58 John Pettet . 


59 Gilbert Adams . 5 


60 Christopher German . 


61 Benjamin Weeks. . c 


62 Stephen Bishop . . 


63 Thomas Farrinston - 


64 Michael Gauthv . 


65 Sam 1 - Hounswelt ; 5 


66 Daniel Tilty '5 


67 James Henchman it; 


68 Daniel Weeks 5 


69 Samuel Thurston . 


70 Thomas Campee . . 


71 John Green 6 


Disch d John Ralph. 
72 Anthony Seaman 


73 John Smith. 
74 Benj n - Jackson 


75 Charles Lisk. 
76 Proculus Macoon 


77 Jacob Boorum. 
78 Coleman Ludlum .... 


79 Thimoty Ferris - 


80 John Franks 


81 Martin Young . . . 


82 John Roads 


83 Tain Indian c 


84 James Man 


85 Joseph Bugle 


86 Sears Mott 


87 Jonathan Sticklin .... 


88 Aug s - Ackler 


89 Nicholas Fight . . . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 



73 



Where Borne. 


Trade. 


Complexion. 


When 
Inlisted. 


Oysterbav 


Shomaker 


Fair 


April 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do y e 
do y e 
do y e 

May y e 
do 


i3th 
1 3th 
1 4th 
1 4th 
I5th 
1 5th 
1 5th 
1 5th 
1 5th 
1 5th 
i9th 
1 7th 
iQth 
i;th 
1 8th 
1 8th 
1 8th 
1 8th 
1 8th 
1 9th 
1 9th 

2Oth 
20th 

20th 
20th 

19 

21 

23d 
23d 
1 8th 
nth 
nth 
5 th 
1 8th 
nth 
nth 

ISt 

do 


Kings County 


Weavour 


do 


Jamaica 


Dark 


Ireland 


Dark 


do 


Cooper 


Light. 


Horse Neck 


Weavour 
Silver Smith . . 

Taylor 


Dark 


England 


Fair 


Oysterbay 


Dark 






Hempstead 


Dark 
do .... 
Dark .... 
do .... 
do .... 
do .... 
do .... 
do 
Fair 


West Chester 


Gardener .... 


Prussia 


Oysterbay 


Currier 


Gilford N. England . 
Flushing .... 


Barber 


Switserland . . 


Germany . 


Mason 


Oysterbay 


Cooper 


Flushing 


W^eavour 


Dark 
do .... 
do .... 
Fair . . . 


Oysterbay .... 


Hempsted . . 


do 


Germany 


Shoemaker. . . . 
Cooper .... 


Jamaica 


Dark .... 

Sandy .... 

Negro .... 
Fair 


Jamaica 


Inkeeper . . . 


Oysterbay 


Weaver 


Jamaica . ... 


Taylor 


Horse Neck 


Garmany 


Cooper 


Dark .... 
Fair 
do 


do 


Weavour . 


Jamaica 


Toyner. . 


Oysterbay 


Barber . . 


Indian .... 
Ruddy . . 
do 
Fair . . 


England 


Hempsted Sadler 


Ovsterbav . JCum'er . 


^ / - >a j 
Jamaica 


Weavour 
Tavlor. . 


do .... 
Dark .... 
do 


Germany 


do JWeavour. . 



74 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



PRIVATE. 



Stature. Age. 



no 


Isaac Craft 


/'. /. 

56 23 


L)U 
f\ T 


Thomas Smith 


6 18 


9 1 

91 


\Vil1 m Pnmnsli ire' 


5 4 1 A 46 


- 

O7 


Benj" Morrell 


54 1 9 


9j 

O/1 


Thomas Merrit 


56 24 


94 


Ppf-pr Peplr no hountv 




OS 


Tames Nowles 




yj 







Inlisted for y e 

These may that the Names Incerted in This Muster Roal 
appears By the Certificates shewn to me By Capt. Stuyvesant 
on y e 18 and succeeding Days of April 1758. 



A MUSTER ROAL OF Y E COMPANY COMMANDED BY 



Capt. Richard Hulct. 
y ts j Kphraim Moss. 
I Douw Ditmus. 



PRIVATES. H eighth. 


Age. 


Anthony Havens 


/'. 

5 
5 
5 
5 

5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
3 
5 
5 
5 


/. 

7 

4 

9 

8 

8 

9 

7 

6 
1 1 
8 
5 
4 
8 


22 

37 
18 
29 
46 

44 
29 

23 
30 
36 
20 
26 

17 
40 

22 


\V m - Snow 


Philip Hulet 


Hamb tn Blackwood 


Mathias Lawrence 


W m Hart 


Nicolas Wilson .... 


Timothy Hill 


Timothy Baldwin 


10 Richard Speed 


John Doxey. . 


Manser Kettle 


Edward Cornell 


John Smith 


K John Larrabe, Sen 1 -. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 75 



Where Borne. 


Trade. 


Complexion. 


When 
Inlisted. 


Oysterbay 


Tovner. . 


Fair 


Ap 1 - v e 6 


Jamaica 


\Veavour 


do 


do v e 4. 


Hempsted 




Indian .... 


do y e 6 


Oysterbay 


Carpenter 


Fair 


Ap 1 - v e i c 


Westchester 


Blacksmith .... 


Ruddy . . 


May 10 


Connecticut, stab d< 
himself. 






Ap 1 - 12 



New Quota. 

were Duly Inlisted as part of y e Quota of Q s - County as 
and were muster'd By me as able Bodyed and Effective Men 
M. TAYLOR WOOLSEY, Muster Master. 



CAPT. RICHD. HULET P R M. TAYLOR WOOLSEY. 

Nicholas Wilson, ) 
Timothy Hill, [ Serg ts - 
John Lerabee, ) 
Isaac Tolton, 
James Brown, 



Corporals. 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Complexion. 


When 
Inlisted. 


Suffolk... 


Labo r - 


Ind n - 


M'ch 29 


England . 


do 


Fair 


do 30 


Q s ' County 


do 


Ind n 


April 3 


Ireland 


Marriner 


Brown .... 


do 4 


Germany ........ 


Carp r - 


do 


do do 


England 


Labo r - 


Fair 


do ; 


Q s - County 


Weaver 


do 


do do 


Ireland .... 


Cord Wainer .... 


Fair 


do do 


Q s> County 


Labo r - 


Brown .... 


do do 


England .... 


Taylor 


do 


do do 


Q s ' County 


W^agon Maker. . . 


Fair 


do do 


Tersev. . 


Labo r - 


Brown .... 


do do 


Q s ' County 


Labo r 


Fair 


do do 


France 


Weaver 


Brown .... 


do 7 


N. England . 


Toiner. 


Fair . 


do do 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 





PRIVATES. He 


ighth. Age. 


20 

25 
30 

35 
40 

45 
50 

55 


F. 
John Cosman 5 


/. 

6 38 
8 ; 46 
10 ! 48 

7 26 
5 47 
5 19 
3 23 
4 23 
9 38 
7 20 
6 19 
6 21 
7 21 

6 21 

7 18 

9 17 
2 24 

ii 17 

8 30 

21 
2O 

7 5i 
8 28 

6 35 
9 23 
7 27 
7 20 

40 

9 24 

6 22 

4 18 
6 28 
9 21 
6 ,7 
9 j 40 
7 21 
3 27 
ii 23 
1 1 26 
; 2A 


Harman Lower . 5 


Adam Cronk 5 


Rich d - Knott 




Harry Floyd 5 


James Cornel 5 


James Verrity 5 


Abram Pettit 5 


James Seaman 5 


Sam"' Scidmore ' 5 


Isaac Totton ' 5 


James Balden 5 


Joseph West 5 


Abraham Golder 5 


Joel Taylor , 5 


Abraham Simonson ... 5 


Zacey Allen 5 


Tobias Weeks ' 5 


Tunis Coovert 5 


James Brown 5 


Sam'll HiVbv . . 6 


& J 

Henry Higby. 6 


Simon Lambertson, S r- 5 


Simon Lambertson 5 


George Bunce 5 


\V m - Gritman 5 


Eezekiel Brundage 5 


Sam"' Smith ! 5 


Lucus Covert 6 


Peter Beyea 5 


John Thacke'r 5 


Nicolas Sesicle 5 


Sam" Southard . . c 


George Row. , ; 


Tames Read. ... c 


Antony Seaman 5 


Benj. Jackson 5 


Martin Boweene 5 


Tunis Hardenberg. , c 


John Davis 5 


Daniel Barns. . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 77 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Complexion. 


When 
Inlisted. 


Germany 


Butcher 


Brown 


M'ch 7 


do 


Labo r - 


do 


do do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do do 


England ... . 


Cord Wainer. . . 


Fair 


do do 






Ind n . 


do do 


Suffolk Co 


Labor 


Ind n -. 


do do 


Q s ' County 


do 


do . 


do 10 


do 


Shoemak 1 "- 


Fair 


do do 


do 


do 


Brown 


do 1 1 


do 


Hatter 


Fair 


do 12 


Long Island 


Labor 


Ind n 


do 14 


Q s- County . 


Taylor 


Fair 


do do 


do 


Cord Wain r> . . . 


Fair 


do do 


Germany 


Labor 


Brown . . 


do do 


Q s ' County 


do 


do 


do do 


Jersey. . 


Cord Wain r- 


do 


do do 


Q s- County 


Labo r - 


do ... 


do do 


do 


do 


do 


do do 


do 


do 


Ind n - 


do do 


do 


Weaver 


Brown . . . 


do do 


Ireland 


Quack D r - 


do 


do do 


Q s- County 


Labor 1 ' 


do . 


do do 


do 


do 


do 


do do 


N. York 


Cord Wain r- 


Fair 


do 15 


Q s ' County . 


Weaver 


do 


do 7 


Suffolk Co 


Carp r 


Brown 


do 15 


Q s - Coun 


Farmer 


Fair 


do 21 


Rye . 


Farmer 


Brown .... 


do 15 


Q s " County 


Ship Carp r " 


Brown .... 


do do 


Q s " County 


do 


Fair 


do do 


West Chester. . . . 


Labor r- 


Brown 


do do 


N. England . 


do 


Fair 


do do 


o 

Switserland 


Turner 


Brown .... 


do 16 


Q s - County 


Labo r 


do 


do 15 


N. York 


Weaver 


do 


do 14 


Q s ' County 


Labo r - 


Fair 


do 17 


do 


do 


do 


do 18 


do 


W^eav r- 


do 


do do 


Germany 


Farm r- 


Brown .... 


do 20 


Q s County 


do 


do 


do 14 


England 


Schoolma r " 


Brown .... 


do 20 


O County . 


Butcher.. 


Fair . 


do do 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



PRIVATES. 



Heighth. 



Age. 



F. I. 

John Conner 56 30 

Jacob Carle 5 7 28 

60 Tho s Tom son 5 8 43 

George Grewneeal 5 4 36 

Stephen Hulet 6 i 21 

Wenden Hines. 

Henry Monfort 
65 John Frank. . . . 

John Marston . . 

\V m Douty 

John Dvvire 

Richard Everet 5 6 40 

70 John Ginkens. 

David Wright 

William Steel. 

Rich d - Gary... 

Jabez Carey 

Charles Lisk 5 9 40 

Moses Indian 

Robert Palmer 

Andrew Johnson 

Abraham Demot 

Chri s - Sumer . . . . 

Tho: Halfpenny. 

John Walsh 

James Branagin . 

Lazarus Griffith 2 1 

Joseph Darby 

Samuel Brown, Sergeant 5 8 2} 



These may Certify that the Men's Names Incerted in this 
as Part of the Quota of Queens County as appears by the 
Bodyed and Effective Men on y e 18 of April at Sundrie Times 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 



79 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Complexion. 


Ireland 


Labo r - 


Fair 


Q s - C. . 


Carp r- . 


do 


do 


Labo r - 


Mustee. . . . 


Germany 


Cordvv 1 "' 


Fair 


O Co 


Farm r 


do 


Q s - Coun ty 


Carp r 


Fair 


Staten Isl d - 


\Veaver 


Fair 


Cape Cod 


Labourer 


Brown . . . . 


Oysterbav 


\Veaver 


do 


Boston 


Ship Carpenter.. 


Brown . . . . 









When 
Inlisted. 



M'ch 20 

do do 

do do 

May 3 

do 9 

May 3 

April 19 

May 2 

April 19 

April 19 

do 18 

Ap L 19 

do 16 

do 22 

May ii 

do ii 

do ii 

do 19 

May ii 

Ap 1 - 23 

Ap 1 - 14 

do 18 

do 4 

do 15 

do 18 

do 12 

do ii 

do 18 

do 19 



Muster Roal Being Capt. Hulet's Comp y were Duly Inlisted 
Certificates Shewn to me and were Mustered by me as able 
since. 

M. TAYLOR WOOLSEY, Muster Master. 



So 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAIS'D & PASSED MUSTER 

JONATHAN FOWLERS COM 

Capt. Jonathan Fowler. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Date of 
Inlist'- 


v 

-i. 

< 


Where born. 


Gilbert Shute, Serg 1 - . . . 
John Bates, do 
James Barnes, do . . . 
Nath 11 - Appleby,do 
Jeremiah Fowler, Corp 1 
John Crookson, Jun r -, do 
Henry Bayou, do 
James Thorn, Drum 1 " . . . 
John Steves, Private .... 
Peter Voluntine . 


March 28 
" do 
April 8 

5 

12 

" 17 
" I 5 

5 
March 28 

" do 

" 31 
" 28 
April 15 
16 

" 15 
15 

" 7 

10 

18 
18 

11 9 
March 28 

April 9 
March 29 
April 22 
4 

2 
" I 7 
13 

" '7 
" do 

13 

" do 
" do 
" do 
" do 
do 


24 
24 
29 

23 
2 7 
23 
23 
37 
27 

2 \ 

4' 
J2 

; 
25 
21 

$6 

25 
19 

J9 

'/" 

23 
19 

23 
35 

j i 

j i 

19 
19 
18 
30 

-5 
'7 

'7 
[9 

23 

IS 


East Chester 


do 


Q s Co. Lg. Isd.... 
East Chester 


West Chester 
East Chester 


New York 


Boston 


East Chester 


Yonkers 


W m - Jewell 


West Chester 
Boston 


Mark Christian 


Samuel Parker 


Phillipsborough . . 
New York 


Francis Powers 


Bexel Fowler 


Westchester 


Abraham Mompavv .... 
Barley Fowler 


Long Island 


East Chester 


John Brown 


Yonkers 


Peter Kerse 


Tappan 


W m - Prestoris 


New York 


W m Johnson 


East Chester 


Zekial Brown 


Yonkers 


W m - Brewer 


do 


Robert Farrington 


Flushing 


Daniel Cosine .... 


Westchester 


John Names 


Eastchester 


John Boyd 


Ireland 


Robert Caston 


Westchester 


Samuel Wilsey 


Tappan 


James Currey . 


Westchester 


Tames Brown . . 


Manor of Fordom . 
Westchester 


Gilbert Oakley . 


Joseph Pell 


do 

Flushing, L. Isl d . . 
Lower Yonkers. . . 
Westchester 


Elias Maston 


Tunis Voluntine 


Samuel Hichcock 


Teffery Garret . 


do 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 



IN THE COUNTY OF WEST CHESTER FOR CAPTAIN 
PANY APRIL 2o TH 1758. 

Storm, ) T . 

^ c j f Lieuts. 

Crawford, 



Trade. 


Militia Comp. 


Stature. 


Remarks. 


Cordwainder . 


Capt. Jo Fowlers 


F. I. 

s 7 




Sadler 


do 


; 8 




Blacksmith . . 
\Veaver 


Capt. Jn- Underbill... . 
" Jn- Buckhout 


5 8 

; S 1 A 




Joiner 


Jo. Fowlers 


$ 8 




Sadler ....... 


do 


j u 

^ Q 






do 


-> y 

t> 10 




Cordwainder . 


do 


5 2 




Labourer .... 


do 


5 8^ 




Weaver 


do 


5 10 




Labourer .... 
Cordwainder . 
Labourer .... 
do 
Joiner . ... 


do 
Capt. Jona Griffins .... 
Capt. Jona Fowlers.... 
do 
do 


5 7 
5 3 
5 7 1 A 
6 i 
<; 8 




Labourer .... 
Cordwainder . 
Labourer .... 
Weaver 


do 
Capt. D. Vermillea. . . . 
do 
do 


j u 

5 8 
5 9 
5 8 

C Q 


Indian 


Labourer .... 
Cordwainder . 
Weaver 


do 
do 
do 


j y 

5 8 

5 5 

C Q 




do 


do 


j y 

; 6V 2 




Cordwainder . 
Labourer .... 
do .... 
Weaver 


do 
do 
do 
do 


j /^ 
5 6 
5 9/2 
5 2 
t> 1 




do 


Capt. Jos. Embree . . . . 


*> 6 




Labourer .... 
do .... 
do .... 
Cordwainder . 
Labourer .... 
Blacksmith . . 
Weaver 


do 

do 
do 
Capt. Israel Underbill . . 
do 
do 
do 


5 6 
5 6 
6 

5 8^ 
5 8 
5 8 
5 8 




Cordwainder . 
Labourer .... 

6 


do 
do 


5 7 
5 9 


Negro 



82 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Date of 
Inlist 1 - 



Israel Mulinex April 

John Odle , 

Jacob Vincent ... " 

Thomas Archer " 

George Dwers . 

o 

James Boye > 

Thomas Allair " 

John Conkling '' 

Andrew Clark Mar. 

Shedrick M c Gregor .... Apr. 

John Crawford 

Henry Michalson " 

Isaac Vredenbergh . . . . " 

Jacob Lent " 

Joshua Odle u 

James Williams " 

John Bishop " 

John Sherrod 

Henry Wilse 

Esall Fountain 

Robert White Mar. 

William Wilsey Apr. 

60 Daniel Wilsey i " 

Hendrick Cole j " 

David Corts 

Edward Dun fee i " 

Jacob Secord " 

65 John Sapine " 

Elias Alley i " 

Jonathan Secord ' 

William Alley 

Hector M c Neal 

Obediah Smith " 

Mathias Barye " 

John Hoff 

John van Tosal, jun r . . " 
John van Tosal, sen r . . . " 

Robert Williams " 

John Bonker 

James Storm 

Samuel Hichcock, Jun.. 

John Miller 

Joseph Aspendell 



Where born. 



VVestchester. . . 
Phillipsborough 



21 

do 21 1 do 

1 8 1 9, Yonkers 

1 1 22 Germany 

10 33 C-Mury,N.Brittain 

1 1 21 jGunia 

12 30 Long Island 

30 35 Edenburgh 

10 :,5oN. Brittain 

1421 Westchester 

21 26 Manor of Fordom . 
do 26 do 

do 18 do 

18 25 Yonkers 

do 19 VVestchester 

do 23ijerseys 

17 20 New Rochelle .... 
1 8lso Phillipsborough .. 

do 23 West Jersey 

31136 Devonshire, O.Eng. 



2 

8 

2 1 
26 

1 1 

4 
1 1 

do 
do 

21 
I I 

17 

do 

'3 
do 
do 
do 
do 

I 2 
2O 


18 

39 
40 

37 

20 
40 
20 
17 
17 

18 

28 

21 

18 
18 

20 
21 
20 
20 
19 
19 


Tappan 


at Sea 


Germany 


Ireland 


New Rochelle 
Sardinia 


New Rochelle 
do 
do 
lie Schy 


Flushing, L. I . . . . 
Crompond 


Courtlands Manor. 
Phillipsborough . . 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 



Trade. 


Militia Comp. 


Stature. 


Remarks. 


Labourer .... 
do .... 
Chairmaker . . 
Labourer .... 
do .... 
Barber 


Capt. Israel Underbill.. 
Capt. Jn- Underbill, P. . 
do 
do 
Capt. Peter Secord .... 
do 


F. I. 

5 6/ 2 
5 8 

5 7 
5 7 
5 2 

^ 4 




Cordwainder . 

Labourer .... 
Goldsmith 


do 

do .... 
Troop of Horse 


5 8 
5 9 

c 7 


j very Yellow 
| with Spots 
Indian 


Brasier . . 


do 


j / 
e Q 




Weaver 


Capt. Jona Griffin 


j y 

t 8 




Cordwainder 


Capt. Jos. Embre 


C 2 




Labourer 


do 


C C 




Cordwainder 


do 


J J 

"> sy 2 




Labourer .... 
do .... 
Cordwainder . 
Weavor 


Capt. Jn- Underbill, P. . 
do 
do 
do 


j u / j 

5 9 
5 8 
5 4 
$ 10 




Labourer .... 
do .... 
do .... 
do .... 
do .... 
do .... 
do 


do 
do 
Capt. Nat. Carpenter. . . 
Capt. Jn- Underbill, P.. 
do 
do 
Capt. Jos. Embree 


5 10 
5 8 
5 6 
5 4 
5 8 
5 8 
5 6 




do 


do 


t 8 




Labourer .... 
do .... 
Weaver 


Capt. Peter Secord.... 
do 
do 


5 8 

5 7 

H 7 




do 


do 


C A 




Cordwainder . 
Labourer .... 
Cordwainder . 
Labourer .... 
do .... 
Cordwainder . 
Labourer . . . 


do 
do 
do 
Capt. Gilbert Drake .... 
do 
do 
do 


5 7 
5 5 
5 iitf 
5 8 

5 5 

5 9 
c 6 




do .... 
do .... 
do .... 
do .... 
do .... 
do ...J 


do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


5 8 
5 ii 
5 8 

5 7 
5 8 
5 7*/ 2 





MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 



States Jewell 

Robert Bulyea .... 
Solomon Yarks. . . . 
Jonas Garrison .... 
David Hichcock . . . 

Abell Hunt 

Nehemiah Appleby 

States Storm 

William van Wart . 

Gabriel Husen 

Abra van Wart .... 
Isaac Williams .... 
Coonratet Satdore . 

Samuel Moore 

James Andersen . . . 

Peter Bice 

John See 

James See 

James van Tassel. . 
Jacob Shoemaker . . 

Peter Seyfer 

John M c Cormack .. 
Lodewick Davids . . 
Deliverence Brewer 
Gregory Banckerd . 
Richard Barnes. . . . 
Voluntine Rynick . 
Abraham Dutcher . 

Mathew Veal 

John Pritty 

Lewis Burnay 

Charles Lawrence.. 
Nelson Schofield . . 

James Boye 

John Rysen 

Joseph Davis 

Edward Cornwall . . 
Hugh Campbell . . . 

Paul Graham 

1 2O John Palmer 



Date of 
Inlist'- 



Apr. i348Tappan 



Where horn. 



Phillipsborough 
do 



Mar. 
April 



21 22 
13 20 

5:23 Courtland Manor 
do 24 Phillipsborough . 

13 22 Westchester 

15 19 Fox Meady 

10,26 Phillipsborough . 

do 

do 

do 

do 



IJ2O 

2/ 22 



Mar. 
April 
Mar. 
April 



2 I 



IO 

15 

5 

1 1 
do 
1 1 

'5 

20 
3039 

3O28C Terone, Ireland 
I 22'Phillipsborough 



24 Germany 

30 C- Antrim, Ireland 
21 Phillipsborough .. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Brunswick, N. J. . . 
19 Phillipsborough 



22 

19 
[ 9 



i i 
do 

21 



March 
April 



2 I 



35 Long Island . . . 

42 Germany 

24 Phillipsborough 
35 Westchester 



do 42 



42 New Rochelle. 



'5 
do 
do 



2649 
21 2O 

do 



22 



do 
do 



do 



2o'Long Island. . 
22 New Rochelle 
iSiMarrin Neck. 
26jCork, Ireland 



Phillipsborough 



Bristoll 



30 Glascow ; Scotland . 



Ireland 



39 Cheshire, Old Engl. 



This is to Certify that the above Men, being, One Captain, 
tered & pass'd by me for the County of West Chester, April 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 



Trade. 


Militia Comp. 


Stature. 


Remarks. 


Cordwainder . 
Labourer .... 
do .... 
do .... 
\Veaver 


Capt. Gilbert Drake. . . . 
do 
do 
do 
do 


F. /. 

5 8/ 2 
5 8 
5 8 
5 7 
5 7 




Blacksmith . . 
Labourer .... 
do .... 
do 
do .... 
do .... 
Weavor 


do 
Capt. Jno. Buckhout .... 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


5 8^ 
5 9 . 
5 8^ 
5 8^ 
5 9 
5 9 
"> 7 




Taylor 


j 

do 


5 8 




W^eavor 


Capt. Del Conkling . . 


J 4^ 




Labourer .... 
do .... 
Weaver 


do 
do 
do 


5 9% 

5 8^ 
5 4 




do 


do 


5 % 1 A 




Cordwainder . 
houseCarpent. 
Labourer .... 
do .... 
do .... 
do .... 
do .... 
do .... 
do .... 
do .... 
Carpenter. . . . 
Labourer . . . . 


do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Capt. Israel Underbill.. 
Capt. Jona Griffin ...... 


5 9 
5 8 

5 7 
5 7 
5 8 
5 9 
5 9 
5 8 

5 9 x 

5 8^ 
5 6 
5 5 




do 


do 


5 &/* 




\Veaver 


do .... 


c 6 




Labourer . . . . 


do 


5 10 




Cordwainder . 


do 


$ 8 




do 
Labourer . . . . 


Capt. Jno. Buckhout 
Troop of Horse 


5 4 
$ 10^2 




do .... 
\Veaver 


Capt. Israel Underbill.. 

do 


5 8/ 2 
e. 7^4 




Fuller 


Capt. Kmbre 


c 7 




Labourer 


Capt. Israel Underbill... 


5 8 





Two Lieut 8 - and one hundred and twenty M.en where Mus- 
28 th 1758. MlCH. THODEY, Muster Master 

for West Chester County. 



86 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN JOHN PETER SMITH'S COM- 
PANY IN THE NEW YORK TROOPS UNDER THE COM- 
MAND OF COL. DELANCEY ESQ. 



^ MEN'S NAMF.S ENLISTED BY 
CAPT. JN- P. SMITH. 


. i 
to Trade. 


Time of 
Inlistm 1 - 




I Peter Fashier. . 29 Cord Wainer 


March 8 
do 28 
Ap'- 23 
do 23 
Ap'- 5 
March 25 
Ap' 23 
March 28 
do 
April 15 
do 5 
do 5 
March 28 
Ap'- 23 
do 5 
M'ch 28 

Ap' 5 
do 5 
March 28 
do 
Ap' 5 
M'ch 28 
do 
do 
do 
Ap' 15 
do 5 
M'ch 28 
do 
Ap' 5 
M'ch 28 
March 29 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
M'ch 31 
do 20 




2 John Peterson 21 Weaver . ... 


T, Anth y Crowder 26 Taylor 


T* 

4 Cornelius Herrin ' 22 rarmer 


5 John Riker . 21 do 


6 Avi Blawfield i 


9 Cordwainer. . 
2 Blacksmith . . 
2 Wheel Right. 
? Farmer . 


7 Peter Vallou : 


8 Jacob Acker 2 


9 John Ryan 2 


10 Dan 1 - Blawfield. 18 do 


1 1 John Heldron . ... 2^ do 


12 Frederick Gunter. ... 2 


O do .... 
6 Carpender . . . 
6 Butcher .... 
7 Farmer . . . 


13 Joh s ' ()uackenbus. . . 2 


I4joh s Martinhagon. ^ 


15 John Matice Valintine. i 
16 Tunis Einmit I 


8 Cordwainer.. 
[8 do 
4 Farmer 


17 Rich d William. ... 4 


18 Johannes Kole. 2 


19 Johannus Akcrson . . . . : 
20 Edea Cole.. . . I 


; do 


q do 


21 David Blawfield : 


o Black Smith . 
3 Farmer. . . 


22 Cornelius Smith. 2 


23 ! Nicholas Nickelson ... 2 
24 ! Gilbert Hogincomp.. . . : 
25 Benj. Geron i 


2 Weaver 
i Fanner 


oi do 


26 Peter Kent 19 do 


27 David Ocrden.. 2tt do 


28 Jacob Hidelbau<rh. " 


ci Hosier . . 


29 Roaloff Van Hout 2^ Farmer ... . 


30 John Bell '< 


13 Carpender. . . 
M Farmer. . 


31 Leanhard Isaman . . . .2 


32 Hendrick Weaver 2? 1 flo 


33 Hermanus Springsteen. : 
34 Isaac Dutchess : 


52 do 


to Weaver 


35 Harmanus Kyler : 
36 Jacob Retain ' 


;i Fanner 


;c do 


37 Tho s Flannagin : 


59 Cordwainer. . 
Li Farmer. 


38 Robert Smalling i. 


30 Jeremiah Yemons. . . 22' Weaver . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 



No. 


MEN'S NAMES ENLISTED BY 
CAPT. JN- P. SMITH. 


<u 
tfl 


Trade. 


Time of 
Inlistm*- 




40 

41 
42 

43 

44 

45 
46 

47 
48 

49 
50 

52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 

59 
60 

61 
62 

63 
64 

65 
66 

67 

68 
69 

70 

72 

73 

74 

75 
76 

77 

78 


John Wood . 


20 

18 

19 

27 
30 
25 
31 

39 

21 
21 

22 
20 

39 
31 

22 

23 
30 
19 

37 
19 

48 
28 

17 

23 
27 

50 

19 
33 
25 
19 
19 

22 
21 

18 

26 

52 
71 


Farmer 


M'ch 29 
do 
do 
do 
Ap 1 - 14 
do 5 
Ap 1 - 20 

Ap 1 - 14 

Ap 1 ' 20 

Ap 1 - 14 
do 
Ap 1 - 15 
do i 
do 5 
M'ch 29 
Ap 1 - i 
do 
do 
Ap 1 - 29 
M'ch 29 

Ap 1 - 7 
do 7 
do 7 
do 7 
do 4 
do 18 
do 18 

do 18 
do 4 
do 4 
do 4 
do 21 
do 4 
do 12 
do 18 
do 12 
do 21 
An 1 - 2; 




% 

.~ rt 

- 

>> 

^^ 


Hannes Frets 


do 
do 


Jon a - Yeomans 


Jonas W^ood 


do 


Zachaus Falada 


Weaver 


Tho 8 ' Jones ... . 


do 


Oliver Bohannon 


Cordwainer. . 
Weaver 


Rob 1 Hobbs 


W m Badcock 


Farmer 


Harman Tolman 


do 


Cornelius Ackerson.. . . 
W ra - Osburn 


do 
do 


John Conklin 


do 


John Heading . . 


do 


Joshua Taylor 


do 
do 
do 


Sam 1 Parker 


Tho 8 ' Conklin. 


Silvanus Mott 


Cordwainer.. 
Farmer 


Tho 8 ' Haycock 


Ury Hoffman .... 


do 


James Spall. 


do 


ENLISTED BY 
JAMES HOWEL, ) T . 
GILBERT BRADNER, ) 

Tho 8 Dunbar 


do 


Richard Sharp. . . . 


do 


Zekiel Cunningham.. . . 
Isaac Wood. 


do 
do 


Charles Nicolson 


do 


James Bennet 


do 


Rich d - Coldwell 


Barber 
Farmer 


Cornelius Decker 


Gabriel Decker. . . . 


do 


Ja 8 - Robeson ... ... 


do 


Sam 1 - Carr 


Cordwainer.. 
Farmer 


Jun a - Knap 


Jn- M c Keon 


do 


Peter Stagg 


do 


John Decker 


do 


James Hannah. . . 


do 


W m - Hops 


do 


Rhenezer Owens. T r - . 


do 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



No. 


UNLISTED BY 
[AMES HOWEL, [ LIFUT S - 
GILBERT BRADNER, J 


OJ 

be 
< 


Trade. 


Time of 
Inlistm*- 




79 
80 
81 
82 

83 
84 

85 
86 

87 
88 

89 
90 

9i 
92 

93 
94 

95 
96 

97 
98 

99 

IOO 
IOI 

1 02 

103 

104 

105 

1 06 
107 

1 08 

IOC 
I 1C 

II I 

1 12 


Jam 8 Wright 


24 

18 

21 

23 
20 
40 

47! 

33 
17 
32 
17 

22 

24 
21 
20 
22 
1 9 

18 

1 9 

18 

17 

21 
26 
20 

5> 
7 

18 

on 


Blacksmith. . 
Farmer 


A 

d 
d 

c 
c 
c 
c 

M 
A 

\ 

.N 


Dril 24 
o 25 
o 4 

12 
12 

o 17 

lo 4 

10 21 

lo 4 
arch 31 
pril 4 

17 
24 

4 
4 
4 
4 

12 

A 

4 
t 

L 
i 
i 

4 
arch 13 

^x 

V 
IU ~ 

en >^ a; 

L " <" 

- c _ 

3 J= 

S " 

1- cU^ 

(U v, <U 

- v In 
UJS--. 

c 5^ 
*J i* 

a 

05 

U 

t pril 12 
4 

2C 
2C 


} 


Capt" David Marvin's Capt" Weesner's Militia Capt. Case's Militia S&Sl 
Militia Company. Company. Company. Company. 


Tho s - Grant J r 


\\/m. M c Lane . 


do 


Tho 5 ' Sutton 


do 


Ta s ' Sawer 


Carpender. . . 
Mill Wright. 
Farmer 


Jn' Branigin 


Tn' Gardner .... 


Ab r- Slaughter 


do 


Asa Brown 


do 


Ja s - Russell . . 


Cordwaner . . 
Taylor 


Jn Staid 


Dan 1 Buckers 


Farmer 


Ja 5 - M c Clintock. 


Cooper 


Sam 1 Baily 


Wheelwright. 
Farmer 
do 


James Thompson 


Ananias Whitman 


Benj. Jones 


Carpenter . . . 
Farmer 


Ja s ' Broderick. 


W ra - Alison 


Taylor 


Jacob King 


Farmer 


Tho s Wright 


do 


J. Sutton 


Cordwaner . . 
Farmer 
do 


Rich d Connally 


Zepheniah Backus. 


Richard Waistcoat . . . 
Jiduthan Ba.ch.us 


Weaver 


Farmer 


1 David Marvin 


do 


Tho s- Griuorv . 


Mason 


Obadiah Cunningham.. 
Michael Warren 


21 

~A 
18 

17 
26 
3i 


Farmer 


Carpender.. . 
Farmer 


Tho s Rionof . . . . 


) Johannes Bouskerk*. . . 
Robert Fish, Malatto* . 
David Remmer.. 


do . . 


do . . . . 


do 



* Inlisted by Cap 1 - Ebenezer Seely. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 



8 9 



No. 


ENLISTED BY 
JAMES HOWEL, ) LlEUT s. 
GILBERT BRADNER, ) 


<U 

bfl 

< 

42 

22 
30 
32 
58 
17 

21 
19 

'9 

23 
i7 

20 
20 

25 
40 
21 

18 

17 


Trade. 


Time of 
Inlistm 1 - 




H3 
114 

H5 

116 

117 

118 
119 
1 20 

121 
122 

123 
124 

125 
126 

127 
128 
129 
130 
131 

132 

133 
134 


Nicholas Dinny 


Farmer.. . . 
Weaver . . . 
Farmer. . . . 
do ... 
do ... 
Weaver . . . 

Farmer . . . 
Blacksmith 
Farmer . . . 
do ... 
do ... 
Cordwaner. 
Cooper . . . 
Farmer .. . 
do ... 
do ... 

Mason .... 
Farmer .. . 


April 20 

2O 
2 
24 

4 

4 
4 

20 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
20 


' 


Tanf"- Riill'^ MiliHa Captn. David 

^apt .Dun s ivimua Marvin's Mil- 
Company. itiaCompany. 


Isaac Hold 


Rich d- Herriman 


W m - Sutton 


Michael Conner 


Goodlife Niever. . . . 


John M c Water 


Nathan Jean 


John Sayers. ... 


James Manny 


Frucfest Tuttle . . 


o 

Jn 0> Coleman 


Cha 8 ' Tucker 


Tho 8 ' Everson 


Stephen Carny 


Frannes Peterstyne 


Thomas Richard 


James Howell, | Lj eut .s. 
Gilbert Bradner, [ 

INLTSTED BY CAPT. SMITH. 
Abraham Edwards .... 


Edward Brown 


John Peterson Smith, 
Cap" 


1 



Note there is five of this Number Inlisted by Capt. Seely 
for which he has received the Inlisting Money and Bounty. 

Pursuant to a Power to me Directed by the Honourable 
James DeLancey Esq r - Lieut. Governor and Commander In 
Chief of the province of New York &c I have mustered the 
Men In this Muster Roll and I believe them to be able 
Bodied men fit for his Majesties Service Given under my 
hand the first Day of May 1758. 

N. B. the men Inlisted by James Howell and Gillbert 
Bradner were muster'd the 21 Day of April 1758. 

CHAR. CLINTON. 



gO MUSTER ROLLS OF 

A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. EBEXEZER SEELV JUN R - ESQ R 

COMMAND OF COLONEL 



No. 


MEN'S NAMES ENLISTED BY EBKN. SEELY, JA S - CLINTON & 
EDW D - ERWIN. 


Age. 


I 

2 

3 
4 

6 

7 
8 

9 
10 
1 1 

12 

13 
14 
15 

16 

17 
18 

J 9 
20 
7i 


George Lackie 


22 
2O 
27 
19 
27 
19 

18 
24 
45 
26 

19 

21 
20 

18 

23 
19 

35 
25 

21 
28 
22 


Tames Humphrey Tun r- 


Thomas Nicolls 


John Kerna"han . 


James Gray 


William Bohannon 


John Burnet 


John M c Clanc . 


William Bole . . 


Tho s ' Gregory 


David Marvin . 


Obadiah Cunningham 


James Hacy. . .... 


John Kuey 


Samuel Crawford. . . . 


Nathaniel Batters 


William Crawford 


Nathan Sanders 


Daniel Roberts 


James Allen 


Nicholas Miller. . 



22 David Crawford 26 

23 Nathaniel Washman 19 

24 Samuel Sears 30 

25 David Smith 19 

26:Loftis Newell 2 1 

27 Benj n< Smith Sen r 47 

28jBenj n Smith Jun r - 19 

29JEdw d - Dorson 27 

30 Will" 1 - Homes i 19 

31 Sam 1 Elsworth ] 43 

32 Sam 1 Nealy , 1 8 

33 Solomon Buckingham 26 

34 John Crawford i 36 

35 John Mucklehone | 37 

36 John M c Cane 27 

37 ! Will- Mackey 31 



38 
39 



Thorn 5 Presler 21 

Peter Welch.. 18 



40|Mathew M c Carty 56 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 



9 1 



HIS COMPANY OF THE NEW YORK TROOPS UNDER THE 
DELANCEY ESQ. 



Trade. 


Militia Company. 


Where born. 


Time of 
Inlistment. 


Farmer. . . . 
do .. 


Capt. Thomas . 
Capt. Ellison. . . 


Little Britain. . 
do 


Ap 1 - 7, 1758 
do 


do ... 


do ... . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Ireland 


do 


do .... 


do 


do 


do 


do .... 


do 


Wallkill. . . . 


do 


do .... 


do 


Little Britain. . 


do 


do .... 


do 


Ireland 


do 


do .... 


do 


do 


Ap 1 - 1 8 


Mason 


Capt. Marvin . . . 


do 


7 


Farmer. . , . 


do 


Goshen 


7 


do .... 


do 




do 


do .... 


Capt. Neely 


Wallkill 


12 


Weaver . . . 


do 


do ..... 


do 


Farmer .... 


do 


do 


do 


Weaver . . . 


do .... 


Ireland . 


do 


Farmer. . . . 


do 


New England 


do 


do .... 


do 


do 


do 


do .... 


Capt. Ellis. 


Ireland . 


7 


do .... 


do 


Germany 


/ 
do 


do 


do 


Wallkill.. . 


7 


Blacksmith. 


Capt. Boarland 




/ 
12 


Farmer. . . . 
Carpenter.. 


Capt. Harsbrooks.. 
Capt. Ellis. 




7 
20 


Farmer. . . . 
do .... 


Capt. Harsbrooks. . 
Capt. Ellis 




H 
8 


Weaver . . . 
Farmer. . . . 
Blacksmith. 
Farmer. . . . 
Weaver . . . 
Joiner 


Capt. Harsbrooks.. 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


New Borough, 
do 

do 
Wallkill 


7 
7 
7 
14 
do 

14. 


Mason 


do 




I A. 


Farmer. . . . 


Capt. Boarland. . . . 




do 


Weaver . . . 


Capt. Marvin 




12 


do ... 
Farmer ... 
Weaver . . . 
Farmer. . . . 
do .... 


Capt. Harsbrooks.. 
do 
do 
do 
do 


New Borough, 
do ' . 
Little Brittain. 


20 

do 
do 
do 
do 



9 2 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



No. 



MEN'S NAMES ENLISTED BY EBEN. SEELY, JA S CLINTON & 
EDW D - ERWIN. 



Age. 



41 Anthony Preslcr 54 

42 William Tuttle 3 

43 Stephen Wood , 22 

44 Right Peters 18 

45 And w - Springstead 22 

46 John Stagg 24 

47 Roeloff Litts 17 

48 Hendrick Neece 21 

49 Jacob Neece 53 

50 W m Blameless 29 

5 1 Jon n Decker 29 

52 Robert Sparks 2 1 

53'John Litts 22 

54 James Terwilliger 23 

55 Hendricus Terwilliger 34 

56 Simon Terwilliger 20 

57JJon n Terwilliger 25 

58 Avi Isebrand 16 

59| Hermanus Terwilliger 3 l 

60 Jacobus Rose 19 

6 1 ! Jacobus Terwilliger 24 

62 Willhelmus Terwilliger 18 

63 Murtah Griffin 19 

64 Peter Terwilliger 35 

65 John Steinburgh j 25 

66 Jacobus Rose Sen r - ! 46 

67jjohn Brewer ; 19 

68 Cornelius Callachan '< 32 

69 Robert Impson 32 

70 Peter Shoecraft 31 

7iljohannus Cole j 19 

72 Baron Cole , 41 

73 Peter Rose ' 22 

74 Perce Manfield 27 

75 Dan 1 MBride 35 

76 James Arrison 35 

77 Sam 1 M c Collum 25 

78 Alex r - Wilson ! 32 

79 Isaac Murphy, Molatta i 18 

80 John Baker 30 

8 1 Alexander Hubs 28 

82 John Bareshank 23 

83 George Elms 25 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 



93 



Trade. 


Militia Company. 


Where born. 


Time of 
Inlistment. 


Weaver . . . 
Farmer. . . . 
Tayler 
Shoemaker. 


Capt. Harsbrooks.. 
do 
do 
Capt. Boarland 




Ap 1 - 20, 1758 
do 
do 

21 


Farmer. . 


do 




do 


do 


Capt. Smadus ...... 




1 1 


do .... 


do 


Shawgunck. . . . 


do 


do 


do 


Germany 


do 


do .... 


do 


do 


do 


Cooper . . . 


do 


Wall Kill 


do 


Farmer. . . . 


do 


Shawgunck . . . 


do 


Weaver . . . 


do 


Wall Kill 


do 


Farmer. . . . 


do 




do 


do .... 


do 


Shawgunck. . . . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Blacksmith . 


do 


do 


do 


Farmer . . . 


do 


do .... 


do 


do .... 


do 


do 


do 


Cooper .... 
Shoemaker. 
Tanner 


Capt. Hardenburgh 
do 
do 


do 
do 
Wallkill 


do 

16 

5 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do . . 


do 


do 


do 


Weaver . . . 


do 


do 


I 3 


Farmer . . . 


do 


do 


c 


do 


do 


do 


6 


Weaver . . . 


do 


do 


10 


do 


do 


Ireland 


17 


Farmer .... 


L*' Grames 


do 


IO 


do 


Capt. Hardenburgh 


Wallkill 


6 


do 


Capt. Grames 


do 


e 


do 


do 


do 


c 


Taylor . . . 


Capt. Borland 


do 


20 


Miller . 


do 




21 


Farmer. . . 


do 


Ireland . 


do 


do 


Capt. Nealy 


do ....... 


22 


do 


do 


Wallkill. 


do 


do 


do 


Ireland 


do 


do .... 
Weaver . . . 


Capt. Harsbrooks.. 
do 


New Borough. 
Ireland 


22 
22 


Farmer 


do 


do 


do 


do . .. 


Capt. Marvin 


Goshen 


8 


do .... 


Rich d - Gatehouse . . 


Rockey Forrest 


7 



94 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



No. 



MEN'S NAMES ENLISTED BY EBEN. SEELY, JA S - CLINTON & 



ED\V D - ERWIN. 



Age. 



84 Isaac Emu 

85 Peter Platts 2 4 

86 Martin Rota 

8/iW m - Bodine 2O 

88 Lewis Bodine 2 3 

Sgilsaac Bodine. . 
Qo'George Broast 

91 Will 1 "- Otto 2 4 

92 Johannes Felta 

93 Vincent Brower 

94 Abr m Springsteen 

95 Geo. Stevenson 

96 Henry Miller 

97 Ebenezer Seely Jun r -, Capt 

98 James Clinton, I Lieutenant s 

99 Edward Erwin, \ 
100 Richard Gatehouse . 
lOli Joshua Dean 

1 02 James Coleman .. . 

103 Andrew Diver 2O 



Pursuant to a power to me Directed by the Honourable 
Chief of the Province of New York &c I have mustered the 
believe them to be able Bodied men fit for his majesties ser- 



A MUSTER 



ROLL OF MEN RAIS'D AND I-ASS'D MUSTER 

LOCKWOOD'S COMPANY 

Captain Ruben Lockwood. 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Day of 
Inlistm 1 - 



John Ambler, Serg'- March 28 

Thomas Nicholls, do 31 

John Bostick, do 30 



Jonathan Welphy, do Ap 1 - 

Joseph Wheedon 



David Carter, 
Robart Rolf. 



H 

7 

March 21 
April 14 



Age. 



26 
27 
26 
31 

21 

35 
38 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 



95 



Trade. 


Militia Company. 


Where born. 


Time of 
Inlistment. 


Mason 


Rich d - Gatehouse . . 




Ap 1 - 7, 17^8 


Miner 
Miller 


do 
do 




IT / ' / J 

do 
8 


Farmer. . . . 


do 




IO 


do .... 


do 




do 


Weaver . . . 


do 




do 


Farmer. . . . 


do 




8 


Carpender . 
Farmer. . . . 


do 
do 




10 

do 


do .... 


do 




do 


do .... 


do 




12 


Blacksmith. 
Miller 


do 
do 




IO 
24 









T^ 

10 


Weaver . . . 






10 


Weaver . . 






IO 


Labourer . . 









James DeLancey Esq r> Liev*- Governour and Commander in 
men In this Muster Roll the 2ist Day of April Last and I 
vice Given under my hand this first day of May 1758. 

CHAR. CLINTON. 

IN THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER FOR CAPT. RUBEN 
APRIL 22D 1758. 



James Holmes, 
Joshua Bloomer, 



Lieut 8 - 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Militia Company. 


Stanford 


Labourer 


Capt. Ruben Lock wood 


Fairfield . 


do 


Capt. Jn- Holmes 


Bedford 


do ... 


do 


Connecticut 


Ship Carpenter 


Capt Hosha Thealls 


Long Island 


Cordwainder 


do 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


Woodbridge, N. J . . . . 


Weaver & Clerk 


Capt. Peter Secord 



9 6 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Day of 
Inlistm'- 



David Tears April 

Mathias Tears do 

10 Uriah Springer do 

John Bowton M'ch 

Elijah Bowton Ap l- 

Ebenezer Schofield do 

John Slawson M'ch 

Moses Ferris April 

Ruben Stevens M'ch 

Brockway Brown Ap 1 - 

Moses Wood 

Joseph Tomkins M'ch 

20 Jehial Height April 

Wright Green M'ch 

Jesse Deolph April 

Isaak Ackerly 

Thadias Seely 

Isaac Lawrence April 

Jonathan Westcott j 

Peter Mills 

John Holmes 

Nath"- Wood March 

30 John Ingersell April 

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Giles Carpenter 

Andrew Mills 

Robert Arnold March 

Benedick Arnold do 

Gedion Height do 

John Armstrong April 

James Schy April 

Nath l- Brinson March 

40 Abrah Lyon April 

Jonathan Merrit 

Esekial Merrit 

Arnold Slaughter 

John Taylor j r 

Thomas Taylor 

John Burte 

Samuel Lane ; March 

Richard M c Master i April 

Duncan M c Kensey I 

50 Roat, Indian ! March 



30 
1 1 

31 
7 
3i 
13 
1 1 

30 
13 

31 
1 1 



31 



do 

13 

31 

1 1 



18 

13 
30 



17 

22 
20 

do 
do 

'7 

20 

do 

2 

28 
20 



Age. 

44 

17 
41 

21 
2 9 
21 
22 
18 

19 

17 
21 

40 
26 

17 
2O 

23 
21 

23 
21 

30 

26 
21 

18 

33 

21 

19 
17 
21 

25 
22 
28 
22 

23 
23 
20 
21 
25 

37 

22 

39 
18 

18 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 



97 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Militia Company. 


Germany 


Carpenter 


Capt. Peter Secord 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Labourer . . . 


do 


Stanford 


do 


Capt. Ruben Lock wood 


do 


Chairmaker. . . . 


do 


do 


Labourer . . . 


do 


do ... 


do 


do 


do .... 


do 


do 


do 


Taylor 


do 


Old pound Ridge 


Labourer 


do 


Norwalk 


do 


do 


Warwickshire, Engla'd 


do 


do 


o 

Stanford 


do 


do 


Norwalk 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Long Island 


do . .. 


Capt. Jn 0< Holmes 


Bedford 


Tayler 


do 


Courtland Manor 


do . 


do 


Bedford 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Old pound ridge 


do 


do 


Stanford 


do 


do 


Bedford 


do 


do 


N. Castle 


Joiner 


do 


Bedford 


Labourer . . 


do 


Stratford 


Weaver 


do 


Norwalk 


do 


do 


Stanford 


Labourer 


Capt. A. Forman 


N- Castle 


Weaver 


do 


Long Island 


Carpenter .... 


do 


Connecticut 


Labourer 


Capt. Solomon Purdy 


Rye . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Mason . 


do 


do 


Labourer ..... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Long Island 


Cordwainder. . . 


do 


Rye 


Tanner 


do 


Dublin 


Weaver 


do 


Scotland 


Labourer 


do 


Marri Neck . 


do 


do 



MUSTEK ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Richard Mahaynes. . 

William M c Horney. 

Thomas Andrews. . . 

Thomas Oakley 

Aaron Morgridge . . . 

Thomas Turner. 

Robart James 

Thomas Grovenor. . . 

Joseph Lee 

60 Samuel Bouton .... 

Solomon Wood .... 

Jacob Rundle 

Nathan Reed 

Josiah Osborn 

Silis Cannafield 

Jesse Close 

67 Jonah Keeler 

Jonathan Loder 

Benj n- Jones 

70 Ebenezer St. John . . 

Samuel Crowfoot . . . 

Richard Brush 

Sawigion Sherman. 

Nehemiah Taylor. . . 

David Jacobus .... 

Gedian Simkins. . . . 

Benj"- Airs 

James Arnold 

David Grey 

80 James Seely 

Garrett Simkins 

Jonathan Lockwood 

Joseph Akerly 

Peter Rickey 

Samuel Dimmock. . . 

Nehemiah Stanton . 

Jeremiah Brock. . . . 

Joseph Todd , 

Thomas Knott . . . 
90 James Brown 

John Johnson 

Uriah Willson 

Arthur Veal. . 



Day of 
Inlistm'- 



April ii 
4 

H 
8 

16 



March 
April 

March 
April 

March 
April 

M'ch 

April 



16 



31 
1 1 

14 
1 1 

3' 

21 
I I 

do 



do 

19 
18 
1 1 

31 
1 1 

21 

18 

do 

30 
1 1 

'9 
April 17 



M'ch 
April 



March 
April 



March 
April 



13 
26 

8 
31 
H 
do 

7 
17 
27 

10 



Age. 

31 
18 
18 

19 

28 

'9 
35 
29 

28 

22 
32 
26 

25 
20 

1 8 

19 

'9 
18 

30 
28 
28 
32 

20 

32 
24 

29 
26 

16 
16 

23 
26 

18 

'7 
28 

32 

21 

IS 

18 
17 

21 
2O 

19 

20 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 758. 



99 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Militia Company. 


Long Island 


Labourer 


Capt. Solomon Purdy 


Saratogo 


do 


do 


Shrewsbury 


do ... 


Capt. Jon a Griffin 


Westchester 


do 


do 


Old England 


Marriner 


do 


Long Island 


Labourer 


do 


Suffolk, old England 


do . . 


do 


Cornwall, do 


Marriner 


do 


Connecticut 


Labourer 


do 


Norwalk 


Weaver 


Capt. James Wallace 


do 


Labourer 


do 


Connecticut 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Chairmaker. 


do 


do 


Taylor 


do 


do 


Weaver . . . 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


Salam, do 


do 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


houseCarpenter 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


Easthampton L. Island 
Connecticut . .... 


Cordvvainder . . 
Fuller 


Capt. Zeb. Crane's 
do 


Bedford 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


Connecticut 


Weaver . 


do 


Bedford 


Labourer . . 


do 


do 


Cordwainder . . 


do 


Bedford 


Labourer 


Capt. Zeb. Crane's 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


Long Island 


do 


do 


Rye . 


do 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


Bedford 


do 


do 


N. Castle 


do 


Capt. Nath 11 - Carpenter 


Bedford 


clo 


Capt. John Holmes 


Connecticut . .... 


do 


do 


Marrineck . . . 


Weaver 


Capt. Hacha Theall 


Connecticut 


Ship Carpenter 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


Rve. 


Labourer . 


do 



TOO 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 

Inlistm*- 


Age. 


Michael Dowries 


April 19 


22 


Isaac Brigg 


March 20 


IO 


David Gregory 


April 8 


47 


Joseph Lee 


2 


2A 


Anthony Lovelat 


IO 


2; 


Zebulam Barnum 


21 


2O 


100 Jonathan Miller 


14 


>8 


Ebenezer Brooks 


24 


?8 


Daniel Hill 


do 


17 


William Palmer 


I 7 


2C 






J J 



This is to Certify that the above men, being, one Capt. 
and Pass'd by me for the County of Westchester. 

April 28 th 1758. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAIS'D AND PASS'D 

JONATHAN OGDEN'S COM 

Capt. Jonathan Ogden, 



Joseph Morgan, 
James Dobins. 
Manning Bool, 
Jacob Akerly, 
John Harris 
Daniel Holmes 
John Bishop 
John Wright 
Daniel Walters 

10 John Mead 
Samuel Allen 
Joseph Ackerly 
Jacob Carpenter 
Stephen Conni 
Joseph Wood 
Jacob Rock 
Mathias Velser 
Thomas Barber 
Robert Russell 

20 Amoes Travis 



N'S NAMES. 


Day of Enlistment. 


Age. 


gan, Sargeant . 


April i 


?o 


ns. do 


March 21 


j^ 

17 


3ol, do 


April 7 


j/ 
IO 


y, do 


8 


i y 

20 




March 10 


*y 
?c 


nes 


20 


-o 

I 7 


) 


zy 
Anril i 


1 / 

Of) 


t 


.rvpiu j 
i -) 


A 7 


:ers 


1 j 
do 


4/ 

1 1 




ID 


5 l 
"yy 


n 




in 


erly . 





-3 U 
26 


:nter 


I r 


*jr\ 


nningham . 


1 3 

21 


39 

yy 


3d 




A I 




I A 


4 1 

*> t 


ser 


J 4 
6 


2 3 

f i 


ber 


i i 


5 2 


sell 


1 7 


37 
?fi 


ns. . 


1 7 

I C 


?7 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. IOI 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Militia Company. 


Boston 


Marriner .... 


Capt Hacha Theall 


Rye . 


Labourer . 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


Capt. Will 1 "- Wallace 


Chester old England.. 


Cooper 


Troop 


o 

Nevvrochelle ... 


Labourer . . . 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


Capt. Jn' Formans 


Bedford 


do 


Capt. Hocha Browns 


Connecticut 


do . . 


Capt Ja s Wallaces 


Poundridge 


do ..... 


Capt. Formans 


Old England 


do 


Capt. Zeb Crane's 









Two Lieut 8 - and one hundred and three men where muster'd 

MICH. THODEY, 
Must. Master for West Chester County. 



MUSTER IN THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER FOR CAPT. 
PANY, APRIL 220, 1758. 

Joseph Golding, 

Nathan Flint, 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Militia Company. 


N- Castle 


Labourer. 


Capt. Aa. Forman 


Bristoll 


Bricklayer 


Capt. Abra. Hatfield 


Connecticut .... 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Blacksmith 


Capt. Nath L Carpenter 


N- Castle 


Labourer 


do 


Bedford 


do ... 


Capt. Jn 0> Holmes 


Stanford 


do 


Capt. Aaron Forman 


Long Island .... 


Weaver 


do 


New England.. 


Labourer 


do 


o 

Connecticut 


do 


do 


Casko Bay 


do 


do 


N- Castle 


Cooper 


do 


Loner Island . 


Labourer 


do 


o 

Marryneck 


do 


do 


Connecticut .... 


do 


Capt. Solo. Purdy's 


Rye. . 


do 


Capt. Jn- Underhill 


New York 


Weaver 


Capt. Zeb. Crane's 


Long Island .... 


do 


do 


West Jerseys. . . . 


Labourer 


do 


Whiteolains . 


Caroenter . 


Cant. Abra. Hatfield 



IO2 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



:N'S NAMES. 


Day of Enlistment. 


Age. 


rake . . . . 


April 15 


20 




do 


27 


nbergh 


do 


26 


lev 


8 


22 


i<~ y . 

necot 


do 


18 


ton 


do 


10 


Thts . 


do 


45 


t 


13 


17 




q 


20 


rit 


March 24 


22 


;r 


April 8 




rs 


do 


21 


sier 


2 


28 


niels 


8 


2Q 


;r 


14 


17 


ly. 


do 


26 


?eks 


T. 


18 


atton 


8 




borough . . 


20 


47 




21 


21 


-aft 




IQ 


ier. . 


IO 


21 



Gerardus Drake 

John Budd 

John Vrede 

Joseph Shelley. 

Frances Keneco 

Joseph Horton. 

Joseph Knights 

James Right 

Peter Rozel 
30 Joseph Merrit 

Alex r . Mosier 

Nath 1 . Waters. 

Thomas Mosier 

Thomas Daniels 

Tobias Miller 

Moses Akerly 

Stephen Weeks. 

Nicholas 

After Bli 
40 Nath 1 - Brock 

Abraham Craft 

Robert Mosier. 

William Moore 

John Weams 

Nath 1 - Sherrod 

Abra. Height April 

Peter Dusenberry 

Thomas Carryheart M'ch 

Peter Colashea 

50 Michael Brunning 

John Wilson J r - 

Jacob Paris 

Samuel Breeset April 

Thomas Brown. 

John Bishop 

Gilbert Odle 

Obediah Hunt .. . 

Hendrick Maybee 

Jacob Travis 

60 Vincent Searles . 



March 



-':> 

30 

8 

7 
30 

21 

21 
24 
21 

22 

17 
10 

do 
17 

IO 

6 



37 

17 

'9 

40 

36 
18 
20 
44 

27 
22 
21 
21 
2O 
21 
17 
19 



This is to certify that the within Men being one Captain 
for the County of Westchester. April 28 th 1758. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 103 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Militia Company. 


Marryneck 


Carpenter . . 


Capt Abra Hatfield 


Rye . 


Labourer 


do 


Long Island .... 


Weaver 


do 


do 
do 


Cordwainder. . . . 
Labourer . 


do 
do 


Whiteplains .... 


do 


do 


Old England.. 


do 


do 


o 

Whiteolains .... 


do 


do 


Eastchester .... 


Weaver 


do 


White Plains.. . . 


Cooper .... 


do 


Long Island . . 


Labourer ... 


Capt. Carpenter 


Connecticut .... 


Weaver 


do 


Long Island. . . . 


Labourer , 


do 


Rye . 


do 


do 


Crompond 


do 


do 


Long Island : . . . 


do 


do 


N- Castle 


Labourer. 


do 


at Sea 


Ship Carpenter 


do 


Long Island .... 


Labourer 


do 


N- Castle 


do 


do 


Long Island .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Dublin 


Taylor 


Capt. Hocha Tealls 


Londonderry . . 


Labourer 


do 


New Rochel .... 
Rye . 


Cooper. 
Labourer . 


do 
do 


do 


Cordwainder. 


do 


Amboy Jerseys. 


Blacksmith . 


do 




Labourer. . . 


do 


Connecticut .... 


do . ... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Switzerland .... 


do 


do 


Westchester .... 


do 


Troop 


Phillipsboroucrh . 


do .... 


Capt. Jn- Underhill 


I O 

Westchester .... 


do 


Capt. Jn- Buckhout 


do 


do .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Phillipsborough 


do .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Bedford 


do 


Capt Jo s Lobdell 









Two Lieut 8 - and Sixty Men where mustered and pass'd by me 

MicH L - THODEY, 
Must r - Masf for Westchester County. 



JO4 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAIS'D AND PASS'D MUSTER 

PLANK'S COMPANY 

Captain John Verplank. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistm 1 - 


Age. 


Ryer MKeal, Serg' 


April 8 


22 


John Pinckney, do 


do 


^4 


Timothy Delivan, do 


7 


4.2 


John Williams, do 


8 


23 


Silis Sherwood 


1 7 


* J 
T,6 


Henry Holmes. . . 


I 2 


J^ 
12 


Peter Sherine 


18 


j^ 
17 


William Parent 


I 7 


48 


Bartlet Brundafje.. 


1 / 
I 2 


*r u 

21 


10 Walter Lewis 


do 


2O 


Samuel Price 


22 


26 


Francis Williams 


24. 


22 


Elifus Landers 


"r 

12 


2O 


James Baxster 


24 


IQ 


Ruben Bloomer 


22 


i y 

21 


Jonathan Hall 


8 


20 


Benjah Palmer. . 


22 


22 


Henry Underhill 


3 


23 


Simon Lobdell 


do 


A J 
IQ 


20 Charles Roatch 


I 7 


l y 

jC 


Isaac Hall 


* / 

8 


T-J 
2C 


Phillip Moore. . 


I 7 


*3 

74 


Nathan Dickson 


1 / 

8 


j4 
20 


Zebulon Padrick 


do 


2H 


Peter Patrick 


22 


O 

2 I 


Joseph Dickens . 


8 


IQ 


John Robinson.. , 


I 7 


*y 

I 7 


William Wolsey 


1 / 
2? 


1 / 
28 


William Frost 


-j 

do 


2O 


30 Daniel Rossel 


8 


TO 


Gabriel Odle 


do 


4 y 
20 


John Armstrong . 


do 


2"> 


Coonrat Borghdorp 


IQ 


74 


Jerry Fox. , 


i y 
8 


J4 

9C 


Henry Slye. . . 


Marrh 7n 


^3 

^6 


William Brock 


April 24 


O 
77 


Edward Marsh . . 


do 


J/ 
4? 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 105 



IN THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER FOR CAPT. JOHN VER- 
APRIL 24 1758. 

Gabriel Dickinson, ) y . s . 
Jonathan Haight, } 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Militia Company. 


Manor of Fordam. 
Eastchester 


Reedmaker. . 
Carpenter. . . 


Capt. Nath 1 - Hyatts 
do 


Stanford 


Labourer. . . 


Capt. Jo s- Lobdell's 


Long Island 


do .... 


Capt. Nich s - Hyatt 


Rye . 


do 


Capt. Ha. Browns 


New York . .... 
Courtland Manor . . 
Connecticut. . . 


Turner 
Labourer. . . . 
do 


do 
do 
do 


do 


do 


do 


N. Castle 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Westchester ...... 
Connecticut 


do .... 
do 


do 
do 


Courtland Manner. 
Marrineck 


do .... 
Cordwainder. 


do 
Capt. Jo s - Lobdell 


Courtland Manner. 
Connecticut 


Labourer. . . . 
Carpenter . . . 


do 
do 


Long Island 


Labourer. . . . 


do 


Connecticut. . . 


do .... 


do 


Island Antigua. 


Taylor 


do 


Courlandt Manner. 
Long Island 
Connecticut 


Labourer. . . . 
do .... 
do 


do 
do 
do 


Lonp" Island . 


do 


do 


O 

Norwalk 


do .... 


do 


Rye. . 


do .... 


do 


do 


do .... 


do 


Bedford 


do 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


Long Island 


do .... 


Capt. P. Verplanks 


Courtland Manor.. 
Albany 


do .... 
do .... 


do 
do 


Germany 


Taylor 


do 


do 


Labourer. . . 


do 


Connecticut 


do .... 


do 


New Jerseys 


do .... 


do 


Old England.. 


do 


do 



io6 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. T D r y . f t 
Inhstnr- 


Age. 


Edward Tebbett April 19 


38 


Nicho 5 ' Depue .... I 


16 


40 Jeremiah Wood 13 


18 


John Vilpack 8 


20 


Andrew Robinson 14 


17 


Jonathan Loundsbury 4 


2O 


Peter Miller March 28 


22 


Joseph Conklin <T April I 


IQ 


Sibert Cronkhyte . . do 


26 


Robert Travis . 22 


TO 


William Depuc 14 


26 


Voluntine Loundsbury 4 


21 


50 Abraham Lamb ... 8 


2O 


John Faske do 


I 7 


Abra. Depue do 


IO 


Harmanus DeLure. . IT. 


1 y 

16 


John DeLear do 


48 


Abrah Cronkhyte .... 10 


IQ 


Abrah Foshea 13 


1 V 

18 


Herculas Lent ^2 


21 


William Tice . 12 


2CJ 


Samuel Huscn 4 


IQ 


60 Jacob Lent .. . M'ch 28 


1 V 

18 


Mathias Taylor April I "> 


2O 


Richard Husen .... do 


21 


William Huff March 28 


2 I 


Staates Williams do 


IO 


Samuel Peckeret April 24 


*y 

^o 


Isaac Jewells.. in 


j^ 
20 


Deliverance Boncker 4 


to 


John Bokhout . 10 


j v 

I 7 


Deliverance Conkling ->4 


1 / 
22 


/O Mathias Caterliim. . I2 


IO 


Jacobus Brewer 2O 


*y 

27 


Phillip Phillips . 20 


*/ 

7/1 


Cornelius Voluntine . i 


j4 
7C 


Wolsten Rose .... jc 


OD 
7 r 


Samuel Jenkins g 


IO 


Beni n Ackerly. . re 


*y 

?i 


Daniel Moone ! ! 


^O 
7O 


Thomas Wanser do 


27 


William Yeomans. 25 


^ J 
27 


80 Henry Springer. . 2 ? 


^J 

77 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Militia Company. 


New Jerseys 


Labourer. . . . 


Capt. P. Verplanks 


Westchester 


do 


do 


Courtland Manor. . 
Germany . 


do .... 
do 


do 
do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


Rye . 


do 


do 


Courtland Manor. . 
do 
do 
Phillipsburgh 


do .... 
do 
do .... 
Carpenter . 


Capt. Jn- Verplank's 
do 
do 
do 


Courtland Manor. . 


Brewer 


do 


Rye . 


\Veaver . . 


do 


Haverstraw 


Blacksmith . 


do 


New York 


Labourer .... 


do 


Courtland Manor. . 
Staten Island 


do .... 
do 


do 
do 


Germany 


do . . 


do 


Courtland Manor. . 
Phillipsborough. . . 
Courtland Manner, 
do 
Phillipsborough .. . 
do 
Courtland Manner. 
Phillipsborough .. . 
do 
do 
Rhode Island 


do .... 
do .... 
do ... 
do .... 
do .... 
do 
do 
do .... 
do .... 
do .... 
do 


do 
do 
do 
Capt. Ja s - Tallier 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


Courtland Manor. . 
do 
do 
do 
Germany 


do .... 
do 
do .... 
do 
do 


do 
do 
do 
do 
Capt. Anias Rogers 


Courtland Manner. 
Long Island 


do 
Weaver 


do 
do 


Manor of fordom . . 
Connecticut 


Labourer. . . . 
do 


do 

do 


Courtland Manner. 
Long Island 


do 
do 


do 
do 


do 


do 


do 


do .... 


Weaver 


do 


Courtland Manner. 
Lone 1 Island. , 


Labourer .... 
do 


do 
do 



io8 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistm 1 - 


Age. 


William \Vilson. 


April 27 


3O 


James Brown 


28 


41 


Jacob Boncker 


8 


18 


Abra Travis 


do 


10 


Beni"' Woods 


18 


46 


Thomas Nicholls .... 


do 


32 


Jonas Ketcham . 


do 


26 


Jonathan VVoolsey 


6 


18 


Stephen Smith . . . 


8 


18 


go Benj" Lyon 


18 


22 


Knock Cornwall. 


6 


IQ 


Jacob Travis. . 


o 


18 


John Miller 


T. 


21 


James Gue J r- 


8 


"U 


Roger Handley 


10 


21 


William Kerr 


do 


T,O 


Jeremiah Boncker 


25 


2\ 


08 Benj"' Monger . 


26 


21 


J7 J O 







This is to Certify that the above being one Captain Two 
me for the County of Westchester, April 28 th 1758. 



MUSTER ROLL OF A COMPANY OF PROVINCIALS IN \ E PAY 

COMMANDED BY 
Joseph Crane, Captain. 

Richard Ray, ) T . 

DU-I- r> jj i f Lieutenants. 

Philip Paddock, \ 

Benjamin Higgins, 
John Cannon, 
Simon Calkins, 
Jonathan Vickry, J 



Non Commissioned Officers. 



PRIVATES. 



Age. 



John McCrery 1 8 

Cornielus Fuller 19 

Ebenezer Baker 1 8 

Joseph Barlow 17 

Stephen Fenton 26 

Noah Jelett 49 

Eliphalet Wheeler . . 20 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 1 09 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Militia Company. 


London 


Schoolmaster 


Capt. Anias Rogers 


New London 


Labourer. . . . 


do 


Phillipsborough . . . 
Courtland Manor. . 
Long Island 


do .... 
do .... 
Carpenter . . . 


Capt. Nath 1 - Hyatt 
do 
do 


Connecticut 


Labourer. . . . 


do 


Long Island 


Cordwainder. 


do 


Bedford 


Weaver ..... 


do 


Westchester. 


Labourer. . . . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Courtland Mannor. 
do 
do 
Rye . 


do 
do 
do 
Weaver . ... 


do 
do 
do 
do 


Long Island 


Labourer. . . . 


do 


N- Ireland 


Weaver . ... 


do 


Phillipsborough .. . 
Longf Island . 


Labourer.. . . 
Cordwainder. 


do 
do 


O 







Lieut 5 and Ninety Eight Men, where Musterd and passd by 

MICH L THODEY, 
Muster Mast r - for Westchester County. 

OF Y E PROVINCE OF NEW YORK FOR DUTCHESS COUNTY 
JOSEPH CRANE, ESQ. 

John House, ) 

Joseph Parish, I Corporals. 

Nathaniel Green, J 
Nathaniel Wescoat, Drummer. 



Where born. 


Trade. 


When enlisted. 


jersey . 


Farmer 


April 21 


N. England 


do 


IQ 


Boston 


do 


7 
IQ 


Dutchess 


do 


y 

T. 


Boston 


do . . 


IQ 


Connecticut 


Smith 


7 


do 


Carpenter . 


20 



IIO MUSTER ROLLS OF 



PRIVATES. 



Joseph Hollester 
John Bennett . . . 
10 Joseph Phillips 



Phineas Woodward 
Amos Allen . 



John Frankland . . 

Moses Allen 

15 Samuel Cogswell . 

Daniel Allen 

James Pingry .... 

Jeddiah Carley 

Thomas Inckly . . . 
20 Samuel Boyington 

James Lovelace . . . 

John Aston 

Charles Barsleys . . 

Daniel Atwood . . . 
25 Andrew Cowley . . . 

Mathevv Fuller. . . . 

Michal Tenry 

Ruben Rapeljea. . . 

George Clasen 
30 Bethual Baker 

David Hodges 

John Gray 

George Dickenson. 

Willian Calkins . . . 
35 Caleb Hill 



Stephen March 
Gilbert Clap . . . 
Ebenezer Gage , 
David Vickey . . 



40 Enoch Seers 



Age. 



20 

31 

'9 
23 

17 

20 

17 

45 
35 
'9 
44 

3i 
18 

42 

22 

'9 
50 
22 
60 
2 9 
2O 

19 
22 

23 
20 



17 
17 

19 

2O 

23 
19 
17 



Eneas Nicholson 2O 

Rowland Rosall ! 10 

Asa Cummins in 

A * 1 T" I -^ 



Azariah Parish 
45 Joshua Barnum 



18 

21 

Daniel Cash In 

Jacob Ellis 21 

Abel Sherwood ! ->> 

Bennonia Gray 2O 



Thomas Cole 
Daniel Townsend 



18 
36 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 758. I I I 



Where born. 


Trade. 


When enlisted. 


Connecticut 


Labourer 


April IQ 


do 


do 


2O 


do 


do 


T. 


do 


do 


6 


do 


do 




do 


do 


7 


Boston 


do 


/ 

7 


do 


Smith 


IQ 


Connecticut 


Labourer 


A y 

IQ 


do 


do 


*y 

c 


Boston 


do 


j 
2O 


do 


Carpenter 


IQ 


Connecticut 


Farmer 


* y 
12 


do 


Cordwainer 


IQ 


\Vestchester .... 


Labourer 


*y 
10 


N. England . . 


do 


3 


Cape Cod 


do 


j 
17 


Connecticut 


Cordwainer 


17 


Boston 


Labourer 


1 / 
-} 


\Vestchester 


do 


j 
IQ 


L. Island 


do 


1 V 
IQ 


R. Island 


do 


y 
14. 


Boston .... 


do 


IQ 


N. Engl d - . 


do 


y 
18 


Cape Cod 


do 


18 


R. Island 


Sadler 


'"i 


Dutchess . 


Farmer 


j 
18 


N. England . . 


\Veaver .... 


^ 


Connecticut 


Cooper 


.3 

T. 


\Vestchester 


Labourer 


T. 


Boston 


Smith 


T. 


do 


Cordwainer 


12 


do 


Labourer 


12 


do 


Weaver 


T. 


do 


Smith 


2 


Connecticut 


Cooper 


T. 


do .... 


Farmer 


17 


do 


do 


C 


Boston 


do 


A 


do 


do 


A 


Connecticut 


Carpenter 


12 


Boston 


Farmer 


12 


do 


do 


* 


L. Island . 


do 


12 



I 12 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



PRIVATES. 



Age. 



Jezadiah Frost 23 

David Sturdyvant 22 

John Perry 25 

William Allen 19 

John Franklin 2O 

William Earl 19 

Jacob Leonard 24 

Rossel Frankland 18 

Henry Grey 32 

Mathew Standish . . 17 

Thomas Evans 1 8 

Abner Edie 25 

Benjamen Harrington 22 

Zechariah Herrington 21 

Benjamen Shaw 25 

Edward Popple 30 

Isaac Harrington 17 

Stephen Hull 20 

John Barber 18 

John Martin 34 

John De Pew 24 

Samuel Blackman 29 

Conrad Steenbergh ' 22 

75 Simon Scouten ! 28 

Philip Pear 23 

John W m - Loudenburgh 26 

Andrew Silvernail 27 

Samuel Brewster 2O 

80 Reuben Crosby 23 



A AGE & SIZE ROLL OF THE DETACHMENT OF NEW 

MAY I ST 



No. 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Charles Kelley 26 

John Lintener 18 

John Robb 24 

Joseph Crow j 18 

Stephen Smith 18 

Thomas Dilkins ; 17 



Age. 



Trade. 



Size. 



feet inches 

5 5 

2 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1/58. 113 



Where born. 


Trade. 


When enlisted. 


Connecticut 


Cordwainer 


April 12 


Dutchess 


Farmer . . 


12 


Boston ... . 


Tovner . , 


12 


Westchester 


Farmer 


T. 


Connecticut 


do 


c 


Dutchess 


do 


5 


Connecticut 


do 


8 


do 


do 


8 


do 


do 


4 


Dutchess 


do 


5 


do 


do 


C 


Boston 


Cordwainer . 


8 


R. Island 


Labourer .... ... 


10 


do 


do 


10 


Connecticut 


Cordwainer 


1 1 


R. Island 


Labourer . 


IQ 


Dutchess 


do 


17 


R. Island 


Soldier 


IQ 


Boston 


Farmer 


12 


Ireland 


do 


Q 


Westchester 


do 


4 


do 


do 


20 


Dutchess 


Cordwainer 


2O 


Fishkills 


Taylor 


8 


Westchester 


Cordwainer 


May i 


Germany 


Farmer 


May i 


Dutchess 


do 


do i 


do 


do 


do 3 


do 


do 


do 4 



YORK TROOPS COMMANDED BY CAPT. JOHN M C EVERS 
1758. 



Volunteers 
when Inlisted. 


Where Born. 


Eyes. 


Hair. 


Visage. 


Complection. 


Apr. 1 8 
do 
do 
do 


Rh. Isl d - .... 
Germany . . . 
Ireland 
do 








Brown, 
do 
do 
Fair. 


do 
do 


New Engl. . . 
Old Ens!.. , 








do 
do 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



No. 



9 
10 
ii 

12 

'3 
H 
15 

16 

i? 
18 

19 

20 
21 
22 

23 
24 

25 
26 
27 
28 

29 
30 
31 
32 

33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 

39 
40 

4i 

42 

43 
44 

45 
46 

47 
48 



MEN'S NAMES. 



John Bout 21 

Jocab Vanbreeman 22 

Richard Fletcher 19 

John Thompson 21 

Josave Dully ' 22 

Stephen Biss ( 40 

Gabriel Sprung 

James Savage 18 

Zebedey Totan 21 

Nhile Gurine 39 

John Hess 

Mickel Kasure 

Charles Tooley, Serj't Maj. 

Adam Garlock 30 

Cornelus Mesurall ' 20 

John Johnston 18 

John White 20 

John Kipp ' 19 

Thomas Linn | 20 

Robert Young ! 24 

Robert Waters 

Daniel MEntire 

Gasper Strawgh 

William Rodcrers.. 



George Dominick 

Alexander Coultar 23 

David Meldrum \ 22 

Martin Shire 25 

Joseph Rodgers ' 30 

William Cradock 

James Brice 

iNicholas Tibout 

Robert Land 

John Sadler 

Cornelus Vanveighton .... 

Christophar Hovvser 

Peter Lasier 

John Ferril 

Francess Jaffo 

John Williams 

John Barber 

Thomas Leirey 



Age. 


Trade. 


a 


ze. 






feet 


inches 


21 




5 


4 


22 




5 


6 


19 




5 


7 


21 




5 


7 


22 




5 


10 


40 




5 


8 


21 




5 


7 


18 




5 


9 


21 




5 


10 


39 




6 




30 




5 


8 


30 




5 


7 


20 




5 


8 


1 8 




5 


8 


20 




5 


8 


9 




5 


8 


20 




5 


3 


24 




5 


6 


18 




5 




'7 




5 


5 


24 




5 


2 


19 




6 




'9 




5 


5 


23 




5 


7 


22 




5 


7 


25 




5 


8 


30 




5 


7 


23 




5 


10 


18 




5 


3 


19 




5 


ii 


20 




5 


9 


2 9 




5 


8 


24 




5 


6 


32 




5 


3 


20 




5 


5 


40 




5 


5 


28 




5 


4 


30 




5 


5 


34 

in 




5 

e 


5 

A 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 115 



Volunteers 
when Inlisted. 


Where Born. 


Eyes. 


Hair. 


Visage. 


Complection, 


Apr. 1 8 
do 
do 
do 


New York . . 
do 
Old Engl.... 
N. York .... 








Brown. 
Ruddy. 
Brown, 
do 


do 
do 
do 


New Engl. . . 
Old Engl. . . . 
New York . . 








do 
do 
do 


do 


do 










do 
do 


Long Isld. . . 
Ireland 










do 












do 












do 


London. ... 








Brown. 


do 
do 


Germany . . . 
New York . . 








do 
Fair. 


do 
do 


East Jersey. 
New York . . 








do 
do 


do 
do 


East Jersey . 
Ireland 








do 
Pale. 


do 
do 
do 


Scotland . . 
New York . . 
Ireland . . 








Ruddy. 
Brown. 
Ruddy. 


do 
do 


Germany . . . 
Conn t- 








Fair. 
Brown. 


do 


New York . . 








do 


do 


Ireland 








do 


do 


Scotland .... 








do 


do 


New York . . 








do 


do 
do 


Old Engl.... 
Virg a -. . 








Fair, 
Brown, 


do 
do 


New Jersey . 
New York . . 








do 

do 


do 


New York . . 








do 


do 
do 


Philadelphia. 
New York . . 








Fair, 
do 


do 
do 
do 


Germany . . . 
do 
Ireland 








Brown, 
do 
Fair. 


do 


Holland .... 








Brown. 


do 


Staten Isl d -. . 








do 


do 
do 


New York . . 
Ireland . 








Fair. 
Brown. 



n6 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



No. 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Age. 



Trade. 



49 Philip Quick 18 

50 John Robertson 19 

51 William Parham 18 

52 John Perrey 24 

53 John Martin 17 

54 William Little 32 

55 John Johnston, Jun 23 

56 Henry Dean 28 

57 Leynard Wylant 

58 Gilbert Sherer 21 

59 Samawel Slingsby 25 

60 Josave Reynalds 20 

6 1 Henrey Agnew 20 

62 Richard Rice 21 

63 Thomas Leech 32 

64 James M c Donald 30 

65 Robert Archart 20 

66 Richard Barker 26 

67 Luke Cloper Quick 21 

68 John Tomlinson 21 

69 Donald M c Baine 21 

70 Mich 1 - Slydell 20 

71 Bowman Hendlock 29 

72 Abraham Alstine 24 

73 Josia Hinkley 26 

74 Peter Burras 25 

75 James Rich .... 22 

76 John Paterson 21 

77 Robert M c Donald 19 

78 John Evins 25 

79 Martin Bowman 20 

80 Ebenezer Holly 30 

81 James Hull 19 

82 Mingo Booth 33 

83 Joseph Paterson 34 

84 William Rancher 18 

85 William Thorp 24 

86 Edward Tout j 18 

87 John Fisher . 

88 John Lindmand 

89 Edward Murphy 

90 i John Thomas 



Size. 



feet inches 



5 10 



5 6 

5 9 

5 o 

5 9 

5 6 

5 10 

5 9 

5 6 

5 2 

5 ^ 

5 7 

5 6 

6 i 



10 

4 
3 
9 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1/58. I 17 



Volunteers 
when Inlisted. 


Where Born. 


Eyes. 


Hair. 


Visage. 


Complcction. 


Apr. 1 8 


East Jersey . 








Negro. 


do 


Scotland .... 








Fair. 


do 


Philadelphia . 








Brown. 


do 


Derby Shire. 








Fair. 


do 


Germany . . . 








do 


27 Apr. 


New York . . 








Brown. 


do 


Ireland 








do 


do 


New York . . 








Muiata. 


24 Apr. 












do 


Esopus 








Brown. 


do 


New England 








do 


1 6 Apr. 


Staten Isl d -.. 








do 


do 


Ireland 








Fair. 


do 


Philad a - .... 








Brown. 


do 


London 








do 


do 


Ireland 








do 


do 


Germany . . . 








Fair. 


do 


Philad a - 








Brown. 


do 


New York . . 








Fair. 


is Apr. 


London 








Brown. 


* j [ 
12 do 


Scotland .... 








Fair. 


do 


New York . . 








Brown. 


do 


New Jersey . 








Ruddy. 


do 


New York . . 








Fair. 


do 


Cape Cod. . . 








Brown. 


do 


Germany . . . 








do 


do 


New Engld. . 








do 


do 


Boston 








Fair. 


do 


Ireland 








do 


do 


New England 








Brown. 


do 


Germany . . . 








do 


do 


New York . . 








do 


do 


do 








Fair. 


do 


Long Isl d -. . . 








Brown. 


do 


Stratfoard . . 








do 


do 


Maryland . . . 








do 


do 


Conn t- 








do 


do 


Philad a - 








do 


do 


Germany . . . 








do 


do 












do 












do 













MUSTER ROLLS OF 



No. 



91 
9 2 

93 
94 
95 
96 

97 
98 

99 



MEN'S NAMKS. 



John Banker. . . . 
Noah Scares. . . . 
Michel Degrove. 
George Clapham 
Nicholas Cort . . 
AlanM c Dugall. . 
Marinus Wilett . 

John Keen 

W m Taylor 



Age. 



18 



21 



Trade. 



Size. 



feet inches 



5 3 



Agnew & Murphy absent, to have no Bounty Henry 

This is to Certify that the Mens Names that are Incerted 

vincials raised for the City of New York and are Abel Bodied 



A RETURN OF MEN FURNISII'D nv KINGS COUNTY IN 
AN ACT OF THE GOVERNOR COUNCILL & GENERALL 
24TH OF MARCH 1758 ENTITULED AN ACT FOR RAIS- 
& EIGHTY EFFECTIVE MEN &c. &c. 



MEN'S NAMKS. 



Joseph Campbell . . 

James Bys 

Cornelius Bulsing . 
Jerem h - Stillwell . . . 
John Steymets 

Adrian Hegeman . 
William Berry. . . . 

Jacob Roors 

Nicholas Bussh. . . 

Mich 1 Vooght 

George Kitcher. . . 

Abr m - Garrisson. . . 
Simon Simmerman 

Jacob Tablee 

John Wood 

Lambert Swayer. . 
Nich s - Pealman . . . 
And w - Bradlin . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 



Volunteers 
when Inlisted. 


Where Born. 


Eyes. 


Hair. 


Visage. 


Complection. 


Apr. 2 
Apr. 1 8 
do 


West Jersey 








Brown. 


do 












do 












do 












do 












do 19 
do 19 


New York 








Brown. 



Dean. 

in this Roll were duely Inlisted as part of the Quota of Pro- 
Effective Men. 

OLIVER DE LANCE Y. 

PART OF THE QUOATA PROPORTION'D SAID COUNTY BY 
ASSEMBLY OF THE PROVINCE OF NEW YORK PASS'D THE 
ING PAYING & CLOATHING Two THOUSAND Six HUNDRED 



Place of Birth. 


Age. 


When Inlisted. 




By whom. 


New York 


17 


April the 3d 


1 




Kings County 
New York 


18 
4^ 


do 
do 




>-Capt. Stillwell 


Staten Island 


27 


do 






Kings County 
New Jersey 


21 
21 


do 
April the 5th 


J 
1 




Kings County 
Holland 


23 
23 


do 
April the 4th 






Staten Island 


17 


April the 8th 




- Capt. Van Pelt 


Germany 


25 


April the 4th 






Germany 


33 


do 


J 




Kings County .... 
Germany 


2 9 
45 


April the 23th 
March the 2Oth 






Germany 


22 


April the 1st 






Germany 


24 


April the 1st 




\- Capt. Sedam 


Holland 


21 


April the 5th 






Germany ......... 


T8 


April the T/th 






Germany. . 


24 


April the 1st 







120 MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 

John Harriss 

Valentine Huff 

Peter Cork 

Johan Vandevort 

Joshua Weekes 



George Elsworth . 

o 

Thomas Stillwell . . 

John Cox 

Johann" Hoffman 



John Knight 

Filde Crydeman 

George Early 

Mich 1 - Spoon or Lepel 

Peter Martelaer 

Roelof Van Voorhees. 

John Nisbet 

Hend k Fordenkroogh . 

Dirck Amerman 

Gysbert Van Sicklen . . 
Jacob Cosyne 



Thomas Spack 

Martin M: Shelin 

John Moracular 

John Seaglur 

John Earnish Stynley 

W m Harwood 

Peter Benson. . 



Jacob Shcerman 

Benj. Bryan 

John Martin Ludwick 
George Lovvman .... 

David Sytle 

John Ormond 



John Fryart 

Abraham Van Gelder. 

Benj" Nisbet 

Peter Van Der Water 

W m - Davis 

John Evans 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 121 



Place of Birth. 


Age. 


When Inlisted. 




By whom. 


New York 


^2 


April the I7th 






Germany 


3O 


April the 5th 






Germany 


23, 


April the 8th 






King's County 
Queens County. . . . 
New York 


27 

19 

3A 


April the I7th 
April the I7th 
April the 3d 




- Capt. Brewerton 


Kings County 
England . 


17 

2Q 


April the 5th 
April the 5th 






o 

Germany 


^y 

2< 


April the 5th 






England 


3,2 


March the 22d 


., 




Germany 


o^ 
2C 


April the ist 






Germany 


^ j 
A.O 


April the 1st 






Germany 


1$ 


April the ist 






Germany 


28 


April the I7th 






Jersey . 


17 


April the 3d 




- Capt. Stryker 


Queen's County. . . . 
Germany 


'9 

48 


April the i8th 
April the ist 






King's County 
New Jersev . . . . 


18 
17 


April the 3d 
April the 3d 






Kings County 
Germany 


25 
32 


April the 3d 
April the 5th 


> 




Germany 


37 


April the 5th 






Germany 


^6 


April the 5th 






Germany 


28 


March the 2Oth 




^ Capt. Lott 


Germany 


20 


April the 5th 






England 


32 


April the 5th 






New York .... 


I 7 


April the 5th 






Jersey. . 


1 / 
3O 


April the i8th 






Staten Island 


18 


April the i8th 






Germany . ... 


2C 


April the 2Oth 






Germany 


22 


April the 2Oth 




[ Capt. Schenck 


Germany 


32 


April the loth 






England 


-^6 


April the i/th 






Germany 


22 


April the i8th 






Germany 


28 


April the i8th 






Queens County .... 
Kings County 


21 
IQ 


April the iSth 
April the i8th 




>- Capt. Titus 


England 


27 


April the 4th 






Queens County .... 


19 


April the iSth 


J 





122 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A RETURN OF MEN FURNISH'D BY KIND'S COUNTY TO 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Garrit Stymets 
SethPeck. 



David Brown 

Keneth Mathewson 



John Mich 1 - Gletz 

Isaac De Graaw, Lieu' . 



This is to Certify that the above Muster Roll of the Men 
Able Bodied Men. 



A MUSTER ROAL BEGUN THE EIGHTEENTH APRIL IN 

COUNTY 



The Day of Inlistment. 




INLISTED OR 
Capt. Alexander Smith. 


April 12 






" 






" 






' 






" 






1 1 






" 13 












" i8th 






" 25th 






" I2th 






" iSth 






" nth 






" 1 7th 







NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 12, 



COMPLEAT THE QUOTA PROPORTION^ S D ' COUNTY &C. 



Place of Birth. 


Age. 


When Inlisted. 


By whom. 


New Jersey 


2< 


April y e 22d 


) 


Rhode Island 


H 


April y e 26th 


/ Capt. Titus 


Queen's County . . . . 
Scotland 


19 
28 


April y e 22d 
April y e 2/th 


V Capt. Brewster 


Germany 


2O 


April y e 24th 


Capt. Stryker. 











New York May 3d 1758. 

furnishd by Kings County is Just & True & that they are 
OLIVER DELANCEY. 

SUFFOLK COUNTY BEING THE QUOATA OF THE SAID 
1758. 

PRODUCED BY 



Lieut. Jacob Smith. 



2 d Lieut. John Satterly. 



Jacob Munsell 

Jesse Munsell 

Nicholas Baylys 

Mathew Sweany 

Ned Kellis 

Simon Neverfear 

Ned Pompy 

Ernest Augustus Gauber 

P. Van D. Ian See 
f William Tooker 
j Nathaniel Satterly 
J John Hulse 
j John Satterly, J r - 

Amos Wilcott 
[John Smith 

Andrew Smith 

William Smith 

Nathaniel Owen 

Captain, Indian 

Bennet Satterly 

David Marow 



124 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



The Day of Inlistment. 



INLISTED OR 



Capt. Alexander Smith. 



Ap 1 II 



2O 

i ith 



" i /th 



1 4th 
1 4th 

1 5th 
1 3th 



1 8th 
Inlistd 



27 April 

27th 
2 May 



Detailed 
Mustered 



r 



18 April Inlisted 



Jonathan Davis 

Jeremiah Brown 

Isaac Miller 

David Robbins 

Silas Davis 

John Robinson 

Josiah \Yoodhull 

Charles Mehain 

Ezekiel Petty 

Elias Bellows 

Nathaniel Foster 

Robert Roberson, J r 

John Cornish 

Edward Seward 

Samuel Tomson 

Shadrick Terry 

Nathan Roes 

Morris Bartow 

Daniel, Indian 

Enos Bishop 

Gersham Hawkins 

Samuel Gould 

Major Nathaniel Woodhull 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 125 



PRODUCED BY 



Lieut. Jacob Smith. 



2 d Lieut. John Satterly. 



Nathan Tillotson 

Jesse Garrard 

John West 

Patrick Lott 

Jehu Jehu 

Anthony Prime 

Amos Lane, an Indian 

William Smith of Smithtown 
f Thomas Jehu 
j Benjamin Garrard 
1 Daniel Blidenbergh 
[ Elnathan Weeks 

Nathan Alaben 



j John Whitmore 
( Prosper King 



f Jeremiah Havens 
j David Hallock 
[_ Isaac Overtoil 



makes 64 



126 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



The Day of Inlistment. 



loth April 

i4th 

I5th 

1 4th 

1 1 
1 4th 

18 
1 4th 

!9 

2 1st 

i oth 
H 

15 

24 

loth 

1 8 

i8th 

24th 



Inlisted 
detailed 



detailed 



detailed 



The Day of Inlistment. 

6 April 
10 

I oth 

1 8th 

15 
1 5th 



Inlisted or Produced by Capt. Alexander Smith. 



jEbenezer Wood 

John Phillips Clock 

Benjamin Toms 

Obadiah Bartoe 
j Obadiah Smith 

Thomas Smith, J r 
f Epinetus Smith 

Xachariah Smith 

Timothy Chichester 

Jonathan Wicks, Jun r 

Thomas Rogers, Jun r 

Indian, March 

Nathaniel Akerly 

Jonathan Scudder 

Uriah Scudder 

Stephen Abbot 

Luke Ruland 

Theodorus Collier 

John Howard Smith 

William Place 

Austin Jarvis 

Scudder Samson, a free Negro 

Joshua Ketcham, J r 

Jonas Wood 

Nathaniel Brown 

Joseph Nickles, Molata 

John Ruland 

iDaniel Hutchens, Mustcc 

! Isaac Ruland 

ilsrael Lewis 

Inlisted or Produced by Capt. Thomas Terry 



j 



j 



John Hubbard 
Jacob Ho well 
Wise Wright 
Nathaniel Reeve 
Joshua Goldsmith 
Joseph Pain 
David Terry 
Criss John Tailboy 
Elnathan Corwin 
Jonathan Howell 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 127 



The Day of Inlistment. 


Inlisted or Produced by Lieut. Jacob Smith. 


loth April 


Joseph Sunmos 


i8th 


Abraham Ruland 


loth 


Robin Fisher, Indian 


14 


Micah Smith 


loth 


Jesse Ketcham 


loth 


Simon Dung 


Hth 


Jonathan Brush 
Eliakim Conkling 


18 


Joseph Mott 


Hj 


Timothy Sammons, J r - 


1 


Jesse Gould 


7 


Thomas Powell 


H 


William Haviland 


18 


Benjamin Rogers, Detailed 


4 
18 


John Scidmore, 1 T ,. , , 
ITTMI- T\/T t c Inlisted 
William Mott, \ 


26 


Joseph Bennet 


14 


Josiah Weeks, Jun r - 


15 


Benjamin Ruland 


r 


Samuel Munsey 


18 


Joseph Wells 


i 


Michael Strolger 


r 


W'illiam Alaben 


20 


Joseph Dow 


i 


Christopher Clark 


i 


Jacobus Hoff 




The W T est Battalion Compleats 12O 


The Day of Inlistment. 


Inlisted or j 1 st Lieut. Barnabas Tuthill 
Produced by ( 2 d Lieut. Israel Horton 


4th April 


Daniel Goldsmith 


r 


Thomas Goldsmith ' 


6 April 


Thomas Reeve 


I 


Doctor Hart 


4 


Benjamin Moore 


27 


Benjamin Town 


17 


Samuel, Mollato 


27 


Nathan Nasberry 


27 


John Bebee 



128 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



The Day of Inlistment. 



i8th April 

15 

3rd 

loth 
3 rd 

10 
10 

15 
3d 
6 

3d 

1 8th 

4th May 
i May 
4th 



Detached 



The Day of Inlistment. 



6 April 



14 

21 
24 



Inlisted or Produced by Capt. Thomas Terry. 



Benjamin Lahomedieu 

Peter Wines 

Samuel Hudson 

James Webb 

Obadiah Armstrong 

Stephen Corwin 

Thomas Page 

William Denny 

James Down 

John Wells 

Ephraim Goldsmith 

Zopher Howell 

David Marrow, J r - 

Jeremiah Glover 

Nathaniel Terry 

Joseph Conkling 

Segean, Indian 

Beriah Brown 

John Horton 

Isaac Penny 

Joshua Corwin, 

Mican Downs, 

Robin Kellis, Mustered y e 4th May 

Ebene/er Hops 

George Smith 

Zopher Corey 



Inlisted or Produced by Capt. Elias Hand. 

Nathan Miller 
Abraham Flint 
Simon Cooper 
John Squire 
Stephen Osborn 
Isaac Barus 
Abraham Edwards 
Abraham Pain 
John Field 
Samuel Russel 
Abraham Schelengcr 
Abraham Dayton 
Jonathan Miller 
Jabez Bebee 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 129 



The Day of Inlistment. 


Inlisted or ( I st Lieut. 
Produced by 1 2 d Lieut. 


Barnabas Tuthill. 
srael Horton. 


April 8 


Nathaniel Tuthill 
Thomas Veal 




7 


Constant Havens 




5 


James, Indian 




15 


James Brown 




15 


Jeremiah King 






Nathaniel King 




15 1 


o 

Stephen Potter 




22 


Ezekiel Bebee 




15 


Jonathan Terry 




10 


Stephen Hovvell 




4 


Gamaliel Bayly 




j 


Samuel Terry 




4 1 


Constant Youngs 






William Patterson 




15 


Samuel Bonnel 




I 


Samuel Bebee 




10 


Israel Case 




May 15 


Samuel Booth 
Samuel Brooks 




6 


Joseph Biggs 




TO 


Nehemiah Baker 




TC J 


John Truby 




15 ( 


Thomas Overton 








72 


The Day of Inlistment. 


Inlisted or ( ist Lieut 
Produced by ( 2 Lieut 


. Daniel Topping. 
. George Heriick. 


f 


Nathan Baker 






Thomas Filer 






Daniel Hopping 




6 April 


Sineus Dibble 
William Miller 






Joseph Leek 






Samuel Hand 






Ezekiel Hand, Jun r - 




1st Ap 1 - 


Joseph Jeffry, Indian 




6 


John, Indian 




i 


Bristol Muckott 




17 


Samuel Bennet 




3 Ap'- 


John Hulbert 




3d 


Samuel Foster 





3 o 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



The Day of Inlistment. 



2 

2 

31 
31 



May 
May 
M'ch 

March 



6 April 
6 

1 3th 

H 
6 

13 

25 

27 Det d 

22 Det d - 

24 April 

29 April 



3 
18 

5th 
18 

13 

13 

25 April 
2d May 



Inlisted 



Inlisted or Produced by Capt. Elias Hand. 






Benjamin Leek 
Isaac Whitely 
Robert Sackwies 
Philip James, Indian 
Edward Topping 
Silvenus Howell 
Nathan Tarbel 
Isaac Jessup 
Silvester Hudson 
Lewis Stanborough 
John Peter, Indian 
John Loper 
John Tammage 
Solomon, Molatto 
Henry Roalt 
[William Pain 
Ebenezer Yeamans 
John Russel, Detached 
Chapman Jennings 
[Henry Pernet, Indian 
Ebenezer Wade 
John Hart 
Stephen Jennings 
James Stanborough 
David Clark 
Ichabud Edwards 
Josiah, Mustee 
Cuff, Mollato 
Silas Ludlam 
Stephen Halsey 
Joseph Elliot 
Abraham Squire 
John Shaw 
Jeremiah Utly 



It should be 289 the one man that is wanted is out of 
to put Doct. Galston off for a Man but I have Wrote to him 
.are no part of the 2680 Men this province is to furnish. 

Brookhaven 4 th May. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 131 



The Day of Inlistment. 



tnlisted or ( I st Lieut. Daniel Topping. 
Produced by | 2 d Lieut. George Herrick. 




I3th 



f 



22 
22 

22 April Detailed 
10 Ap 1 - 

13 






2d April 

3 April 

13 

I3th 
May 6th 



Zerubbabel Howell 
Stephen Obadiah Fox 
David Foster 
Samuel Howell, J r 
Ryall Howell 
Joshua Halsey 
Obadiah Foster 
Silas Webb 
Jeremiah Howell 
Obadiah Cook 
Judah Colman 
Silvester, Indian 
Ichabod Halsey 
Jeremiah Jagger, J r> 
Thomas Lupton, J r> 
Jacob Weagut, Indian 
George Bishop 
Elnathan Foster 
Hugh Jennings 
Josiah Howell, J r 
Elias Jagger 
Stephen Pearce 
Jeremiah Foster 
Josiah Gonnick 
David Jagger 
Stephen Wasly 
Zephaniah Sandford 
Peter, Mustee 
James Warbaton, Indian 
David Bond 
Charles Jacob 
William Giryen 



96 

I 
2^89 



Capt. John Budd's Company of South Hold who endeavours 
and told him to look on the list and he will find the Doctors 



GEO. MUIRSON, 
Muster Master. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE 
TROOPS COMMANDED BY 



30 
31 

32 

33 



MEN'S NAMES. 



John Higgins 

Constantine O'Bryan. 
George Anderson . . . 
Thorn'- Murphy 



George Mack 

6 iJohn Clint 

John Richard 
Rich d - W'illiam^ 
Nat 1 - Hughes. . 
John White . . 
Benj n - Ernes . . 
Moses Knap . 
John Sixshort 



24 

25 
26 

27 



38 

39 
40 



9 
10 
1 1 

12 
13 

James M c Clay. 

15 [Stephen Palmer, 

16 David Joans 

17 ; Ed ward Adams .... 

1 8 Charles Vanurllson . 

19 ! John Carrolton 

20 Jacob Hederick .... 

21 !jacob Spits 

22 I Henry Webb 

23 Jonathan Dodson. .. 



Adolp Tonas 



Abra m Vaneriuun 
Walter Hunter. . . 
John Havorsack.. 



28 ; Maness Maloy 

29 Will" 1 Hazel et 
Edward Dillon 
John Sadler. . 

[blank] 
Dan 1 - Simkins . 

34 Albert Slebly. 

35 jConrod Suver. 

36 Geo. Camick . . 

37 Arron Allison 



Henry Brower. 
Will" 1 - Bealy. . . 
John Smith . . . 



DETACHMENT OF NEW YORK 
CAP T - GEORGE BREWERTON. 

Where horn. 

London 
Ireland 

do 

Ireland 
Ireland 
Germany 
Germany 
Hamshire 
England 
Ireland 
Boston 
White plains 
Germany 
Ireland 
N. York- 
Philadelphia 
England 
Carolina 
Ireland 
Germany 
Germany 
Suffolk 
Yorkshire 
Germany 
N. York 
Scotland 
I lanover 
Ireland 
Ireland 
Ireland 
Philadelphia 

49 8 Aprill Westchestcr 
39 |io Aprill Germany 

35 24 March do 

22 ^25 March do 

58 123 March Hanover 
37 i22 March Herfordshire 

23 118 Aprill Edinburgh 

36 '20 March Hamburgh 





Time of 


Age. 


Inlistm'- 


32 


1 8 March 


26 


15 Aprill 


37 


18 Aprill 


28 


15 Aprill 


'9 


31 March 


26 


21 Aprill 


25 


1 8 Aprill 


"7 


19 Aprill 


23 


1 8 Aprill 


25 


7 Aprill 


24 


12 Aprill 


19 


22 March 


24 


10 Aprill 


9 


17 Aprill 


'9 


19 March 


40 


i Aprill 


38 


1 8 Aprill 


o * 
-/ 


17 Aprill 


39 


6 Aprill 


39 


26 Aprill 


30 


31 March 


26 


20 March 


23 


24 March 


30 


17 Aprill 


20 


30 March 


2 9 


22 Aprill 


60 


28 March 


25 


27 Aprill 


50 


15 Aprill 


25 


17 Aprill 


29 


14 Aprill 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 133 



No. 


MEN'S NAMES. 


Age. 


Time of 
Inlistm 1 - 


Where born. 


41 
4 2 

43 
44 

45 
46 

47 
48 

49 
50 
5i 

52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 

59 
60 
61 
62 

63 
64 

65 
63 

67 
68 
69 
70 

7i 

72 

73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 

79 
80 
81 
82 

83 


Angistin Donel 


33 

20 

23 
30 

17 

22 

V 

25 
23 

35 
43 
40 

2 9 

22 

35 
38 
40 

4i 

23 

24 

19 

27 

29 
18 ' 

19 

23 
23 
18 

23 
32 

17 
18 
18 
37 

21 
20 
30 
20 

4' 
24 
30 
41 

18 


19 March 
19 April! 
25 March 
18 Aprill 
27 March 
25 March 
30 March 
9 Aprill 
29 Aprill 
20 March 
1 8 Aprill 
31 March 
17 Aprill 
21 March 
22 March 
2O March 
17 March 
15 March 
24 March 
i Aprill 
18 Aprill 
4 Aprill 
30 Aprill 
4 Aprill 
6 Aprill 
17 Aprill 
18 April! 
6 Aprill 
23 March 
18 Aprill 
18 Aprill 
18 Aprill 
15 Aprill 
22 March 
13 Aprill 
17 Aprill 
17 March 
5 Aprill 
i Aprill 
1 8 March 
17 Aprill 
22 March 
i Aprill 


Germany 
New York 
London 
Scotland 
Bourdoux 
in Bath 
New York 
Germany 
Bordoux 
Hamburgh 
York 
Ireland 
Germany 
London 
Willisburgh 
Dublin 
Germany 
do 
Dublin 
Wales 
Boston 
North of Ireland 
Ireland 
Jersey 
Second river 
Germany 
England 
New York 
England 
Ireland 
Ireland 
England 
Germany 
Ireland 
New York 
Indian 
Germany 
Germany 
Ireland 
Denmark 
Germany 
Germany 
Brunswick 


Henry Coker 


John Hopkins 


John M c Evvin 


Peter DeFavet .... 


Will" 1 - Emery. . 


John Anderson 
Jacob Erwine 


Lewis Perry 


Geo. Halbert 


Will" 1 - Neptune 


John Cavanagh 


Jacob Tinsflinp-er. . 


Henry Jerman 


John West 


Dan I- Moore. ... 


Phillip Toyeux 


Michael Gramer 


John Robbarts 


Will m - Meare 


Dan 1 ' Adlington . 


Corn' 3 ' Cosgrove 


Isaac M c Coy 


Will" 1 Janaway 


Garit Watters 


John Hill 


Sam 1 ' Kelly . 


Dunken M c Dugal 
Richard Richson 


Will" 1 - Gvvin 


Mich 1 - Vantile 


Joseph Lighten 


John Williams 


HughM c Farlin 


James Grant 


Josiah Robbin 


Conrod Hawn. . . 


John Hen 


Peter M c Donald 


Powel Sanders 


Fred k ' Nausrhel . , 


o 

Abra m Sollamon 


Mich 1 - Peffer., 



i34 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



No. 

8 4 
85 

86 

87 
88 

89 
90 

9 1 
92 

93 
94 

95 
96 

97 


MEN'S NAMES. Age. 


Time of 
Inlistm 1 - 


Where born. 


Thorn 5 - M c Donough 23 
Will" 1 ' Abeylable. . 30 


22 March 
18 Aprill 
18 Aprill 
18 Aprill 
18 Aprill 
18 Aprill 
20 Aprill 
31 March 
7 Aprill 
7 Aprill 
18 Aprill 
1 8 Aprill 
2 May 
18 Aprill 


Dublin 
Indian 
Scotland 
Orkneys 
Scotland 
England 
Ireland 
Yorkshire 
Ireland 
Ireland 
Ireland 
Germany 
New York 
Ireland 


Arch d - Mucklavin 19 


Jam 8 - Sleater 21 


Peter Gilcrest 18 


Robert Coleman 22 


Ross Mahoon 28 


Will" 1 ' Simson 19 


Jam s- Malone 26 


John Hays 32 


Henry Terrel 29 


John Albert Hillcr 35 
Edward Rumbcrd 18 
Will" 1 - M c Guin : 





This is to Certify that the Mens Names that are Incerted 
In this Roll were duly Inlisted as part of the Quota of Pro- 
vincials raised for the City of New York and Abel Bodied 
Effective Men y e 5 th May 1758. 

OLIVER DELANCEY. 

B. GEASIER. 

N. B. It appears there are 26 Men of the above inlisted 
on & after the 18 April the day of detachment ; as to these 



A MUSTER ROLL OF 



THE MEN RAISED 
C ATTAIN 



AND PASS'D 
COMPANY 



Captain 



No. 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Day of 
Inlistment. 



BY CAPT. STII.LWELL. 
Jerimiah Stilwells ! March I 5 



William Rilcy, 

Obediah Wilkins 

Christopher Clear. . . . 

Joseph Cammell 

Benjamin Stimons . . . 

Ondris Walter 

William Hendrickson 
Art Van Pelt. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
8 

K 



15 

8 
9 



ARC. 



29 
25 
21 

38 

18 
19 
37 

22 

22 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1 759. 



135 



six of them Captain Brewerton says he inlisted before the 
Regiment appeared in the Field ; and three were discharged 
that were inlisted long before the day of detachment, Capt. 
Brewerton says three others were inlisted in their Room, as 
that upon this Representation of the matter it seems that 
only 17 should be deducted out of the allowance of inlisting 
money. 



MEN INLISTED TO MAKE UP Y E NUMBER [REST OF SHEET 

GONE]. 

[ENLISTED BY CHARLES CLINTON TO MAKE UP THE DEFICIENCY OF ORANGE 

COUNTY.] 



NAMES. 


Age. 


Trade. 


Stature. 




[Rest of 
Sheet gone.] 


Joseph Porter 


27 

35 
20 
26 

25 
19 

22 
23 
*9 


Refiner of Iron. 
Mason 


F. I. 

5 4^ 
5 &/4 

5 5^ 
6 

5 10 
5 9 
5 7 

5 7^ 
5 5^ 


Cunerate Thomas. . 
James Kelly 


Cooper 


Ury \Vheeler 


Mason 


John Badcock 


Farmer 


Benjamin Badcock. 
John Demorat 


do 
Cordwainer. . . . 
Baker 


Sam'- Yeomans. . . . 
Jeremiah Yeomans. 


Farmer 


[May 101758.] 



MUSTER IN THE COUNTY OF KING'S 
io APRIL 1759. 

John Middagh, 
Isaac Middagh, 



FOR 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Staten Island 


Cordwiner . . 


Capt. Rich d - Stilwells 


Ireland 


Laborour . . . 


do 


Jersey . 


Cordwiner . . 


do 


Germany . . . 


Weaver 


do 


New York .... 


Laborour . . . 


do 


Gravesend 


Blacksmith . . 


do 


Germany 


Laborour . . . 


do 


Jersey, Brunswick .... 
Tersev. Summerset . 


Blacksmith. . 
Coooer . 


Capt. Van Pelt 
do 



'36 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



No. 


Day of 
MENS NAMES. Inlistment. 


Age. 


i o 


BY CAPT. VAN PELT. 
Hendrick Johnson March 17 


25 


F i 


John Van Pelt do 10 


20 


I "7 


Peter Simonson . do o 


23 


I 1 


BY CAPT. SCHENCK. 
John Martin Lodwick do 13 


25 


1 J 


George L/owman do 13 


2 3 


I 


John M c Guire do 13 


10 


1 3 

16 


Samuel Linton do 13 


21 


1 7 


James Bcckferd do 13 


3O 


1 / 

18 


BY CAPT. JOHN Lori 1 . 
Abraham Rote do 31 


2O 


IO 


Joseph Rush do 1 3 


26 


1 V 
''O 


Henry Neucom do 13 


21 


2 I 


Thomas Carbie do 14 


10 


22 


Joseph Shea do 1 3 


37 


23 
/l 


[blank] 
Lamber Swire do 13 


21 


"T 1 
^ 


CAPT. STRYCKKR. 
Robert Chambers do 12 


19 


-o 
->6 


Daniel Kyanson do 12 


39 


27 


Jacob Carv . do 15 


35 


*/ 

28 


James M c Efoy do 15 


25 


2Q 


Francis Bertancf. . do i? 


22 


y 
\Q 


C"> mJ 

Moses Beard .... . do 2O 


21 


\\ 


Thomas Williams do 20 


27 


T.2 


Peter Clunk do 15 


33 


-> -> 


John Godfree do 


31 


14. 


Richard Jewil do 22 


22 


3^ 


John Mulford Aprill 4 


4O 


36 


John Millin^ton Marcli i 5 


4O 


37 


Peter Rose do 21 


23 


38 


George Mich 1 - Bush Ap"- 4 


27 


3Q 


Aron Bennitt M'ch 23 


17 


4O 


Charles Powers do 15 


24 


41 


Hugh M c Farling do 12 


37 


42 


Thomas Welch do 12 


3^ 


43 


Nich s - Pilman do IQ 


IQ 


/i/i 


Mich 1 - Clink. ... do ''O 


2Q 


45 


Frederick Cline do 20 


*y 

3O 


46 


Jacob Tabely do ^o 


2\ 


47 


John Mericuler do 20 


28 


48 


John Mich. Gletz do 20 


22 


4Q 


Mich 1 - Voct. do 20 


20 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 759. 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Gravesend, L. Isl d . . . 
Jersey, Brunswick .... 
do do . . . . 


Yeoman 
Carpenter . . . 
Weever 


Capt. Van Pelt 
do 
do 


Germany 


Laborour . . . 


Capt. Scank 


do 


Taylor 


do 


Pen a , Buck's County. 
North of Ireland 


Laborour . . . 
do . . 


do 
do 


Boston 


do 


do 


King's County 


Weaver 


Capt. John Lotts 


Engl., Somersetshire, 
do Leicestershire, 


Cordwainer . 
Weaver 


do 
do 


do Somersetshire, 
do Nottingham . . 


Gardner 
Weaver 


do 

do 


Amsterdam 


do . . . 


do 


Jersey, Assempink... 
Dublin 


Laborour . . . 
Carpenter . . . 


Capt. Striker 
do 


Germany 


Yeoman .... 


do 


North Ireland 


Laborour . . . 


do 


Geneva 


Silk Weaver. 


do 


Pen., Lankester Co.. . 
Philadelphia 


Blacksmith .. 
Laborour . . . 


do 
do 


Germany . . 


Miner 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Jerseys Raratan 


Blacksmith. 


do 


Pen% Bucks Co. . . . 


Weaver ... . 


do 


England 


Butcher .... 


do 


England . 


Weaver 


Capt. Peter Lott 


o 

Germany ... 


Blacksmith . . 


do 


King's County 


Laborour . . . 


do 


Ireland, Waterford . . . 
North Ireland 


do ... 
Mariner .... 


do 
do 


Ireland, West 


Laborour . . . 


do 


Germany 


do 


Capt Brewerton 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Miller 


do 


do 


Tanner 


do 


do 


Laborour . . . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



138 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



No. 


MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


51 

52 

60 

61 
62 
63 
64 

65 
66 

67 


John Cofmen 


March 20 
do 20 

do 20 
do 20 
do 14 
do 12 
do 15 
do 15 
do 15 
do 15 
do 12 
do 9 
do 20 
do 23 

7 
15 


26 

18 

28 
21 
21 

32 
26 

27 

20 
30 

34 
19 

20 
26 


Frederick Horse 


[blank] 
Peter Resuce 


Christian Asseinus 


John Nesbit 


Jacob Sharmen 


Derick Brewer 


Benjamin Ears 


James Grimes 


William Bucklcw 


Powlis Humble 


Geor <r e Tates 


Abraham Mills 


Joshua Daly 


Joseph Fink 


John Clun 


Thomas Chollwell 





THE QUOTA OF MEN FOR KING'S 

Men. 

John Middagh, Lieutenant I 

Isaac Middagh, Lieutenant I 

Capt. Petrus Lott 8 

Capt. Pieter Stryker 12 

Capt. Lambert Suydam 8 

Capt. Jacob Brewerton 1 1 



A MUSTER ROLL OF MEN RAIS'D AND PASS'D MUSTER 

I'ANY IITH 



Ephraim Morse, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistm 1 - 


Age. 


Where born. 


Jacob Miller 


March 12 
do 
16 

19 

22 
22 
22 


25 

40 

38 
40 
24 
26 

26. 


Somerset Co., Jerseys 
London 


James Man .... 


Peter Mottlier. . . . 


Germany 


Lott Connally 


Co. Cork, Ireland.... 
Co. Killkenny, do ... 
N- Castle Co., P a . . . 
Switzerland . 


Timothy Hill.. 


William Harding . 


Peter Terrell 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1 759. 



139 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Germany 


Labourer . . . 


Capt. Brewerton 


do 


Butcher . . . . 


do 


New York 


Laborour . . . 


do 


Hamburgh 


Laborour . . . 


do 


Queen's County 


do 


Capt. Sidman 


Terse v . 


Cooper 


do 


do 


Laborour . . . 


do 


do 


Carpenter . . . 


do 


Ireland 


Miner 


do 


Tersev . 


Laborour 


do 


Germany 


Butcher .... 


do 


do 


Gardner .... 


do 


Fish Kill Dutchess. . . 
Tersev . 


Laborour . . . 
Weaver 


Capt. Peter Lott 
Capt. D. Scank 


Germany 


Laborour 


Capt D Van Pelt 


Jerseys 


do 


Capt Stilwells 


Brunswick . 


Cooner . 


Cant. P. Lott 



COUNTY IN THE YEAR 1759. 

Capt. John Schenck 

Capt. Richard Stilwell . . 
Capt. Petrus Van Pelt. . . 
Capt. John Lott 



Men. 

. 6 

7 

7 

7 



In all. . ..68 Men 



IN QUEENS COUNTY FOR CAPT. EPHRAIM MORSE'S COM- 
APRIL 1759. 

George Dunbar, ) y . 

Roulif Duryea, 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


House Carpenter . . 


Capt. Blackwell's 


Capt. Morse 


Barber 


do 


do 




do 


do 


Yeoman 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Husbandman 


do 


do 


Sawver . 


do 


do 



140 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Jacob Lane. . . 

Samuel Roberts 

Charles Barn 

David Keys 

William Oliver 

Comming Shield 

Samuel Hulbert 

Jacob Iswine .... 

Thomas Camp 

Peter John 

John Huyner 

John Saull 

George Elsworth 

Edward David .... 

Abraham Wattson 

Thomas Seam el 

James Combs 

William Fredenberge. . . 

John Syr Dam 

William Gilmore 

William Burch 

Abraham Pettit 

Jacob Comfort 

John Skidmore 

Ennis M c Curdy 

Andrus Ryley 

Andrew Flemming 

Hugh Donally 

John Keys 

Joseph Darby 

Jacob Miller 

Cornelius Hendrickson . 

George Fitzwalter 

Charles Harway 

Phillip Massacho 

John Buttler 

John Bell 

Henry Smith 

John Hunter 

William Eahort 

Francis Weaver 

Bernard Money 

John Loo well 



M'ch 



M'ch 



Ap'- 
M'ch 



Apl. 
M'ch 



Ap'- 
Mch 



March 22 
22 
26 
22 

23 
12 
16 

16 
18 
16 
16 
18 

12 

17 
24 

Ap'- 3! 
7 

20J 
20, 

3 1 



3 
1 1 

3 
18 

17 

25 
15 
25 
'7 
8 

28 
27 

H 

22 
23 

25 

12! 

1 7\ 
25 

26 

7 
25 



30 
20 

39 
17 
26 

28 

21 

48 

22 
26 
25 
23 
26 

33 

22 

'9 

23 
23 
21 

43 
50 
25 
33 
17 
23 
1 8 

30 
27 
23 
9 

22 

19 

20 

35 
28 

30 

25 
26 

25 

22 
22 
24 
19 



Where born. 

Germany 

Newtown 

Limerick, Ireland . . 

Germany 

Boston 

Co. Antrim, Ireland 

Newtown 

High Germany 

do 

do 

do 

do 

New York 

Co. Orange, N. Y.. . 
Essex, England .... 

Newtown 

Emlytown, Jersys . . 

New York 

Flattbush 

Glascow 

Old England 

Newtown 

do 

Hemstead South . . . 
Co. Antrim, Ireland 

Germany 

Ireland 

Co. Terone, Ireland. 

Pennsilvania 

Am boy 

Germany 

New Jerseys 

Philadelphia 

Ireland 

Long Island 

Ireland 

do 

Germany 

Pennsilvania 

Germany 

do 

do 

Ireland . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 759. 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Husbandman 


Capt. Blackwell's 


Capt. Morse 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


L t- Duryea 


do 


do ... 


Capt. Morse 


Mason 


Capt. Rapalyea 


do 


Butcher 


do 


do 


Shoemaker 


do 


do 


Miller 


do 


do 


Shugar Baker 


do 


do 


Baker 


do 


do 


Gunsmith 


do 


do 


Mason 


do 


do 


Shoemaker . 


do 


do 


Wheelwright . 


do 


do 


Weaver 


Capt. Matt Troop 


do 


Cordwainer 


Capt. Remsen. . . . 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Husbandman 


do 


do 


Blacksmith 


do ...... 


do 


Cordwainer 


do ... 


do 


Husbandman 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Betts 


do 


Labourer 


Capt. Mott's Troop. 


^ieut. Dunbar 


do 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Labourer 


Capt. Seamons . . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Mason 


do 


J" Duryea 


Tanner 


do 


-.*' Dunbar 


Wheelwright . 


do 


Capt. Morse 


Labourer 


Capt. Betts 


L t- Dunbar 


Blacksmith . 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


L 1 Duryea 


do 


Capt. Ja. Townsend 


L t- Dunbar 


do 


do 


do 


House Carpenf- . . . 
do ... 


do 
Capt. Frosts 


do 
L t- Duryea 


Baker 


Capt. Jos. Smith . 


L t- Dunbar 


Labourer 


do . .. . 


L t- Duryea 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cant. Huletts. . 


L t- Dunbar 






142 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistm 1 - 


.Age- 


Where born. 


Hen k Vandenmark 


Ap 1 - 1 


44 


Esopus 


Thomas Pippet 


iM'ch 2t 


> 4O 


Germany 


David Fish . . . 


2t 


) 23 


Freehold 


James M c Cleland 


Ap 1 - t 


> 3S 


N Ireland 


Andrew Wills 


Mch 26 


22 


do 


Battlomnus Goodwall 


Ap 1 - 7 


46 


Germany 


John Bi^ner 


Mch 24 


28 


do 


Samuel Patterson 


28 


28 


New York 


John Hen k ' Johnson 


26 


24 


Amsterdam 


Peter Archer . . . 


1 8 


22 


New Jerseys 


Hugh Stuart 


13 


24 


Rarritan, N. Jerseys . 


Nicholas Boucrh . 


Ap 1 8 


' 24 


Germany 


o 

Hector Deane 


Mch 24 


127 


Westchester 


Sam 1 - M c Near 


12 


26 


Pensilvania 


Samuel Woodruff. . . . 


22 


22 


Springfield 


Aaron Van Sickland . . 


20 


3=; 


Long Island 


Henry Evans 


IQ 


I 7 


Jamaica 


Asia Brown 


Ap 1 - 4 


33 


New London 


John Ostrander 


Mch 27 


21 


Livingston Manor. . . 


Peter Lught 


13 


21 


Germany 


George Henry Heft .... 


Ap 1 - 8 


2O 


Pensilvania 


John Adamant 


M'ch 19 


IQ 


Germany 


David Smiley 


Ap 1 - 


y 

2; 


Londonderry 


Stephen Deolph 


4 


2; 


Norwalk, N. Enel d -.. 


John M c Kidrick 


T. 


22 


o 

Ireland 


Moses Webster 


Mc'h 19 


^6 


Oxford 


William Fryer. . 


IQ 


23 


Ireland 


John Fagan 


M'ch 19 


2Q 


do 


William Sprout 


IQ 


^y 

2C 


do 


Frederick Taylor .... 


1 j 
Mch 26 


3O 


Germany 


Pompe Messenger 


20 


23 


Jamaica 


John George Grasier . . 


Ap 1 - 4 


4O 


Germany 


Matthew Greesie 


M'ch 26 


24 


Middletown, N. J. 


John Pike. . 


Ap 1 - 7 


23 


Ireland 


John Mahue . 


M'ch 18 


24 


Hamstead 


John Philip House 


Ap 1 - 4 


27 


Germany 


Dirck Moore Lott 




23 


New Jerseys 


Robert Graham 


10 


22 ' 


Ireland 


James Hunter ' 


IA 


26 


Dublin 


Johan 8 - Christian Salink. 


*r 

IA 


7C 


Germany . . . 


Nath 1 Cook 


2 


J J 

18 


Newtown 


Anthony Bell 


Mch 26 


20 


Albany . . ... 


William Bermineham . 


Ap 1 - 1 7 


*\j | 

^3 


Ireland . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1759. 



143 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Carpenter 


Capt. Brain 


Capt. Morse 


Labourer. 


do 


L t- Dunbar 


do 


do 


L 1 ' Duryea 


Cordwainer 


do 


L 1 Dunbar 


Mercandize 


do 


do 


Butcher 


do 


Capt n Morse 


Gunsmith 


do 


L t- Duryea 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Mariner 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Cooper 


do 


do 


Butcher 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


Capt. Mills 


do 


Blacksmith 


do 


do 


Weaver & Carp r- . . . 


do 


L t- Dunbar 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Cooper 


do 


L t- Duryea 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Butcher 


do 


L t- Dunbar 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Labourer . . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


Capt. Morse 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


L t- Duryea 


do 


do 


L t- Dunbar 


do 


Capt. Birdsall's 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


Capt. Morse 


Silk Weaver 


Capt. Benj. Smith 


L t- Dunbar 


Labourer 


Capt. Sam 1 ' Cornwell . . . 


Capt. Morse 


Shoemaker 


do 


L tp Dunbar 


Labourer 


do 


L t- Duryea 


do 


do 


Capt. Morse 


\Veaver 


Capt. Hulett's 


do 


Labourer 


Capt. Remsen's 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Rapelyea 


L l> Duryea 


Tavler . . 


Cant. Brain.. 


do 



144 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistm*- 


Age. 


Where born. 


Benjamin Chamberlain . . 
Nathan Chapman 


M'ch 24 
Ap 1 - 19 

19 
19 


33 
23 
23 
36 


Boston 


Connecticut 


Christopher Summers.. 
Martin Youn" . . 


Germany 


do 







This is to Certify that the above being one Captain Two 
County in Capt. Morse's Comp y - 

A MUSTER ROLL OF MEN RAIS'D AND PASS'D IN QEENS 

APRIL 

Richard Hulett, Capt. 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Date of 
Inlistm'- 



IO 



I Saul Lester (Indian). . . . March 

James Harrison ' 

John Hendrick 

Daniel Burn 

W m - Moore 

Daniel Whelply April 

George Early March 

Roger M c Daniels ' 

Obediah Cooper 

Icabod Denbo March 

Silvanus Slawson 

Hen k - Fordenbrook , 

John Cooper 

Robert Kating 

George Dawson 

John Morris 

Joakim Allbrittain 

Jacob Palmer | 

Benjamin Boldin March 

20 John German 

Rich d - Cox ...I 

Jn- M c Gonnagale ! 

Vincent Hodge April 

John Pederue , 

Benj n - Lewis 

Samuel Comestead. . . 

John Henderson iM'ch 



Where horn. 



23,30 Oysterbay 

10 1 9! New York 

12 26 C Waterford, Ire 
12125 Ireland 

13 35 Londonderry. 

1 1 27 Connecticut 

1443 Germany 

26 27 Ireland 

24 34 Oysterbay 

17 21 Connecticut 

1621 do 

842 Prussia 

10 24 Amsterdam 

12 28 Ireland 

8 23 North Britain 

1030 Germany 

10 36 Prussia 

8 28 Horse Neck 

1640 Connecticut 

2538 do 

13 36 England 

23 19 North of Ireland . 

745 Germany 
5 19 Wales 
5 



23 Rhode Island. . . . 
23 Seabrook, Conn.. 
23|Ireland 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 759. 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Labourer 


Capt. Cornwell 


Capt. Morse 


Husbandman 


do 


do 


Labourer 


Capt. Betts 


do 


do 


do 


do 









Lieut 8 - and Ninety Seven Men have past Muster for Qeens 

MICH. THODEY. 

COUNTY FOR CAPTAIN RICHARD HULETT'S COMPANY I2TH 



1759. 



Joseph Beadle, Lieut. 
Michael Weeks, do 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of the 
Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Labourer 


Capt. Mott's Troop . 


Capt. Hulett's 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Wooley's 


do 


House Carpenter. . 


Capt. Seaman's 


do 


Taylor 


do 


L l Weeks 


Hatter 


do 


Capt. Hulett's 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Weaver 


Capt. Ja s- Townsend's. . . 


L'- Weeks 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Shoemaker 


Capt. Frost's 


Capt. Hulett's 


do 


do 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Barber 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cooper. 


do 


do 


Labourer 


Capt. Ja s- Smith's 


do 


Ship Carpenter. . . . 


do 


do 


Labourer . . 


do 


do 


Taylor 


Capt. Hulett's 


do 


Labourer. 


do .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Blacksmith 


do 


do 


Labourer . 


do 


do 



146 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Date of 
Inlistm u 


<u 

so 

< 


Where born. 


W m Tomey 


March 17 

20 
20 
12 

13 
12 

Ap 1 10 
M'ch 20 
23 
24 
Ap 1 ' 3 
3 
3 
3 
13 
M'ch 27 
24 

3i 
27 
27 
27 
April 1 1 
10 

12 

9 

M'ch 27 
April 9 
M'ch s 
Ap 1 4 
13 
H 
3 
18 

15 
M'ch 21 
Ap 1 - 16 

'9 


24 

19 
28 

25 
30 

20 

17 
17 

27 

19 

22 
22 
30 
30 
22 
2O 
21 
2O 

45 
42 
29 

25 

19 
24 

30 
4 6 
) t 

21 
22 

27 

36 
22 

2/ 

35 

IS 

29 

21 


Cork 


James Moore 


Connecticut 


30 Isaac Byyea 


Marineck 


George Lane 


Oysterbay 


Amoss Lane 


do 


Peter Lane 


do 


Charles Masheavv 


do 


Abner Hascen 


do 


Daniel Townsend 


do 


Mich 1 - Bidfield.. . . 


do 


Stephen Wood. 


Hemstead . 


Daniel Hubbs 


Oysterbay . 


40 Nicholas Wilson 


Hemstead . 


Joseph Crispin 


Pensilvania. 


Joseph Morgan 


Oysterbay bounds. 
Hemstead . 


Gilbert Forster 


Isaac Springer. , 


West Jerseys. . . 


James Verrity 


Hemstead . 


Robert Compress 


London 


Thomas Ryan 


do ... 


W m - Allen 


North of Ireland . . 
Flushing 


Isaac Smith.. 


;o Solomon Simmons.. 


Hemstead 


Jacob Johnson. 


do 


John Hammell. . . . 


Ireland . . 


Jacob Kenacrht . 


Germany . . 


John Roberts. . 


Rhode Island 


Matthew Ease 


Bucks Co., Pa. ... 
Albany 


James Turk 


John Henderson 


Musketo Cove .... 
Ireland 


John Willets 


John Cole. . 


Germany 


60 John Davis. . 


Fairfield, Conn.. . . 
Ireland 


Peter Fowler 


John Brooks 


Covvneck 


Dennis Sullivan 


Ireland 


Corn 5 - Jackson 


Hemstead 


65 John Tool. . 


PftiQil va ti i a 







This is to Certify that the Within, being One Captain 
for Queens County, in Capt. Hulett's Company, by me 
N. B. Saul Leister Died 24 April 1759, Since Muster. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 759. 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of the 
Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Joiner 


Capt. Hulett's 


Capt. Hulett 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do ... 


do 


do . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cordvvainer 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. B. Smith's . 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Shingle Maker 


do 


do 


Shoemaker 


Capt. Ja s- Smith's 


do 


Weaver 


Capt. Birdsall's 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Shoemaker 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Butcher 


do ... 


do 


Labourer . . . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Shoemaker 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. B. Smith's 


do 


Mason 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


do 


do ... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Shoemaker 


do 


do 


Tanner 


Capt. Frost's 


do 


Shoemaker 


Capt. B. Smith's 


do 


Cooper 


Capt. Frost's 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. B. Smith's . . . 


do 


Taylor. 


Capt. Birdsall's 


do 


Chair Maker. 


do 


do 


Weaver 


Capt. Seamen's 


do 









Two Lieutenants and Sixty five Men, have past Muster 

MICH: THODEY. 



148 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAIS'D AND PASS'D MUSTER 

PANY 12 

Daniel Wright, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 



William M c Cord . . . 
Andrew Brown 

Patrick Lynch 

Edward King 

Jacob Bender 

Jeremiah Sullivan . . 

Edward Daily 

William Smith 

Lewis Bemish 

10 John Cross 

John Doty 

Samuel Morse 

Patrick Hale 

John Evans 

William Winter . . . 
Robert Killpatrick. 

John Tremble 

John Fell pack 

Daniel Chapman . . . 
Thomas Saunders . 
Mathias Gardener . 
William Wring 
William Ressroad . . 
Samuel Palmer 
Francis Fountaine . 

Levy Elliss 

Vincent Vain 

Oliver Bowmaster . 
Jonathan Weeks. . . 
^Daniel Westcoop . . 
Isariah Parrish . . . . 

Jphn Smalling 

Roger Pell 

James Milligan. . . . 
Alexander Foster. . 
Henry Tonge 



Burger Price 



Day of 
Inlistm'- 


Age. 


Ap 1 i 


38 


M'ch 22 


42 


Ap 1 - 10 


40 


M'ch 10 


35 


12 


18 


16 


34 


16 


21 


20 27 


9 25 


23 21 


13 


27 


12 


24 


12 


27 


24 


21 


12 


35 


'9 


26 




26 


12 


2 5 


Ap 1 12 


33 


M'ch 15 


44 


15 


21 


25 


27 


25 


30 


23 


40 


15 


21 


24 


23 


16 


22 


24 


27 


April 2 


47 


M'ch 17 


34 


24 


20 


16 


21 


Ap 1 4 


32 


M'ch 25 


35 


25 


3i 


16 


24 


14 


25 



Where born. 

C Longford Irel d - 

Boston 

Ireland 

C Waterford Irel d -... 

Germany 

Co. Cork Irel d - 

do 

C ' Teperary Irel d . . . . 

Switzerland 

Germany 

Brunswick N. J 

Newtown 

Ireland 

Oxfordshire Old Engl. 
Somersetshire do .... 

C Antrim Irel d - 

Dublin 

Germany 

Connecticut 

Scotland 

Germany 

O Cork Irel d - 

Minirco 

Connecticut 

Switzerland 

Cape Cod 

Venice 

Germany 

Newhamshire 

Germany 

N w - London Conn 

Oyster Bay 

Westchester Co 

Ireland 

do 

do 

Germany 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1759- 



149 



IN QUEENS COUNTY FOR CAPT N - DANIEL WRIGHT'S COM- 
APRIL 1759 

James Caseday, 

Isaac Seamans, 



Lieut 8 - 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of the 
Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Turner 


Capt. Blackwell's 


Capt. Wright 


Baker 


do 


do 


Labourer 


Capt. Remsen's 


do 


Marriner 


Capt. Mott's Troop .... 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Stay Maker 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


L t- Cassday 


do 


do 


Capt. Wright 


do 


Capt Wooley's 


do 


Mason 


do 


do 


Turner 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Butcher 


do 


do 


\Veaver . . . 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Tayler .... ... 


do 


do 


Ship Carpenter . . . 


do 


do 


Labourer . 


do 


do 


Cooper 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cordwainer . . 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


\Veaver 


Capt. Seaman's 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Sawyer 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


\Veaver 


do 


do 


Glass Maker . . 


do 


do 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistm'- 


Age. 


Where born. 


Robert Oughaltrie. 


M'ch 12 


46 


Ireland 


Thomas M c Quire . . 


12 


47 


do 


James Bayley 


2; 


35 


do 


Stephen Castwick . 


24 


3 2 


Cape Codd . 


Arthur M c Cann. . . . 


22 


23 


Ireland 


Joseph Pomroy. . 


14 


25 


Connecticut 


Valentine Birch . . . 


16 


45 


Old England . 


John Balding .... 


April 7 


38 


Hemstead .... 


Thomas Duboice . . 


M'ch 20 


10 


Poughkeepsey 


Nich s - M'Daniel . . . 


10 


27 


Ireland 


Jonas Sealy . 


20 


23 


Stamford 


John Wood 


M'ch 26 


3O 


Germany 


Peter Bennet 


i 3 


25 


do 


Thomas Sturgest . . 
Robert Edwards. . . 


9 
M'ch 8 


23 
32 


Fairfield Conn ... 
Old England 


John Townsend . . . 


24 


32 


Ireland 


Harry Lubaack. . . . 


April 12 


26 


Germany . 


Benjamin Post . 


M'ch 31 


27 


Hemstead 


Thomas Powell. . . . 
Samuel Sample. . 


3i 
31 


32 
24 


Bedford purchase 
Ireland 


Voluntine Huff. . . . 


M'ch 14 


3 


Germany 


Mich 1 - Spoon . . 


14 


35 


do 


William Davis 


8 


27 


Old England . 


John Moorewise. . . 


1 1 


25 


Germany .... 


John Yonger 


M'ch 14 


44 


do 


Lawrence Mahar . . 


17 


33 


Dublin 


James Doudlc 


24 


28 


N Ireland 


Henry Miller 


28 


3O 


Germany ... 


Barny Lovet .... 


28 


27 


Ireland 


Patrick Carr 


31 


IQ 


Dublin 


Francis Chick 


2 5 


2 5 


London 


Phillip Canada .... 


Ap 1 6 


42 


Ireland 


Simon Simonman . . 


M'ch 14 


42 


Germany 


Okey Stephenson . . 


Ap 1 ' 4 


20 


King's County 


Rowland Smith . . . 


M'ch 13 


10 


Hemstead 


Coonrat Han .... 


1 1 


34 


Germany . 


Mich 1 - Cross 


9 


2O 


do 


Edward Busk 


29 


27 


Waterford Irel d 


William Clissall . . . 


10 


4O 


Old England 


James Deane. . . 


2 I 


21 


Fn^wifh "RoQfrm 


John Brown 


IO 


*j 

27 


Ireland 


Coonrat Dunyar . . . 


21 


3 6 


Germany 


John Darby 


25 


32 


Ireland . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 759. 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of the 
Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Weaver 


Capt. Seaman's 


Capt. Wright 


Mason 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


Capt. Betts 


do 


Labourer 


Capt. Jacob Townsend. . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cook 


do 


do 


Cordwainer. ...... 


do 


do 


House Carpenter. . 
Labourer 


do 
do 


do 
do 


do 


do 


do 


Barber 


do 


do 


Stocking Weaver. . 
Cordwainer 


do 
do 


do 
do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Brewer 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Taylor 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Frost's 


L l Seamen's 


do 


do 


do 


Waterman 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


Capt. Wright 


Shoemaker 


do 


L l Seamen's 


Waterman 


do .... 


Capt. WnVht 


Shingle Maker.... 


do 


IT o 

do 


Paper Maker 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Marriner 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


L t- Seamen 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Carpenter 


Capt. Ja s- Smith 


Capt. Wrights 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Sadler 


do 


do 


Mariner . . 


do 


L t- Cassday 


Wool Carder 


do 


L 1 ' Seamen 


Silver Smith . . . . 


do 


L l Cassday 


Labourer. . . . . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Wright 


Mason 


do 


do 



152 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistm'- 


Age. 


Where born. 


Phillip Toyase 


M'ch 10 


24 


Germany 


Jonathan Dye . . . . 


2C 


22 


East Jersey . 


Augustus Fennel! . . 


2Q 


34 


Switzerland 


o 

Huo'h Smith 


*;7 

Q 


?8 


Bellfast 


John Nicholas 


y 

2s 


22 


Germany 


Joseph Weeks. . . . 


*j 
IA 


IQ 


Oysterbay . . 


John Sixshort 


1 1 


^6 


Germany 


Steph" Blevit . 


fA 


->6 


Geneva 


Thorn 5 ' Havell 


Ap 1 1 


2Q 


Wales 


Hen. Nannie ... . 


M'ch 25 


~y 

20 


Germany 


Thomas Dogherty 
for C. Myer 


23 


^6 


Scotland 


Joseph Buyer 


14 


18 


Germany 


Bartholimus Case)'. 


Ap 1 5 


^o 


Limerick Ireland 


William Gordon . . 


M'ch 3i 


27 


Aberdeen 


W m - White 


Ap 1 - 23 


IQ 


Marineck 


Rob'- White . . . 


M'ch 14 


7Q 


Devonshire 


John Davis . . . 


Ap 1 


\2 


Ireland 


Barent Bloomer . . . 


M'ch 26 


?8 


Queens Co 


Jonas Mather 


IQ 


T.Q 


Switzerland 


Joseph Cross 


*y 

23 


2O 


New England 


John Ellis . 


Ap 1 12 


IQ 


Ireland 


Henry Lampson. , 


12 


1 y 
1,2 


Switzerland 


Daniel Dans 


M 'ch 2 3 


2O 


Connecticut 


W m Beacon 


23 


2Q 


Old England 


Michael Laypoll... 


IQ 


7C 


Germany 


Thomas Jones 


1 y 
14 


3O 


Somerset Co .... 


Simon Colleyon .... 


2S 


?8 


Germany 


Phillip Camsell. , 


23 


28 


Ireland 


Elisha Murray. . 


2? 


24 


N Milford 


Andrew Ruessort . . 


12 


22 


Germany 


Benjamin Davis . . 


3O 


26 


Piscatioa 


W m Conally... 


3 


2\ 


Ireland .... 


Joseph Ford . 


Ap 1 - 4 


?8 


Flushing .... 


Jeremiah Ryan .... 


Mch 25 


25 


Ireland 


George Smith . 


Ap 1 12 


27 


Old England 


Augustus Ackler . 


Mch 29 


4O 


Germany 


John Smith 


Ap 1 - i 3 


?8 


Ireland . . . 


W m Hardy 


Mch 30 


2C 


Rhode Island 


Mich 1 - Greatee 


Ap 1 - 13 


*3 

T.Q 


Germany 


Patrick Carrygin . . 


Mch 25 


26 


Ireland 


Andrew Nelson . . . 


14 


2O 


do 


Joseph Long. . 


Ap 1 - 1 6 


18 


England . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1 759. 



'53 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of the 
Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Labourer 


Capt. Ja s - Smith 


L t- Cassdy 


do 


do 


Capt. Wright 


Button maker .... 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


L*' Cassdy 


Labourer 


do 


Capt. Wright 


Weaver 


Capt. Seaman's ... .... 


do 


Labourer 


Capt. Ja s Townsend .... 


do 


Taylor 


Capt. Hulett's 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Shoemaker 


Capt. T. Brain's 


do 


'Baker 


Capt. Mills 


L t- Cassdy 


Labourer 


Capt. Ja s- Smith 


Capt. Wright 


do 


Capt. Hulett's 


do 


do 


Capt. Birdsall 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Rope maker 


do 


do 


Baker 


do 


do 


Labourer 


Capt. B. Smith's 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Shoe maker 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Barber 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. S. Cornwall's 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Gunsmith 


do 


do 


Husbandman 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Potter 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Mariner 


do 


do 


Mason 


do 


do 


Barber 


do ...... 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Taylor : 


Capt. Mills' 


do 


Labourer. . 


Capt. S. Cornwall's . 


do 



154 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistm'- 


Age. 


Where born. 


\Villian~i Chapman 


April 10 


38 


Old England 


Samuel Knap 


IJ. 


2 I 


Goshen 


James \Vooley . . . 


Mch 17 


17 


Cork 


Duncan M c Connoly. 


Ap 1 - 1 8 


1 / 
T8 


Scotland 


Dennis Crahon . . . 


18 


28 


Ireland 


Georjje Caroall 


10 


\2 


do 


t 

John Burnside .... 


21 


T.Q 


C- Derry Ireland . . . . 











This is to Certify that the foregoing being One Captain 
have past Muster for Queens County in Capt. Wright's Com- 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D Mus 
HOWELL'S COMPANY THE i6'm DAY OE APRIL 

Captain, James Howell. 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Day of 
Inlistm 1 - 



BY CAIT. JA S - HOWELL. 

Thomas Week M'ch 

James Ellison clo 

William Cimble do 

Squire Whitiger. . Ap 1 

Write Petersen do 

Henry Dobin do 

Richard Conely M'ch 

Ebenezer Hally Ap 1 - 

James Doherty do 

John Kining M'ch 

William Arnet do 

John Postly | Ap 1 - 

William Pumpsin do 

William Green do 

Jeremiah Seily do 

Jacob Vandusa M'ch 

Peter Stagg Ap 1 

Jonathan Colburn M'ch 

Lawrence Decker ; do 

20 William Kirk do 



13 

13 
13 



13 
13 



5 

2 
2 

27 
2 

27 
28 
27 



Age. 



2O 
20 
23 
'7 
2O 
20 
2 4 
30 

18 

21 
20 



5 24 



30 
18 
18 

'9 
23 

21 

39 
17 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1 759. 



'55 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of the 
Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Scribler 


Capt. Townsend's 


Capt. Wright 


Shoemaker 


Capt. Cornwell's 


ir o 

do 


Labourer 


Capt. Remsen's 


do 


\Veaver 


Capt Birdsall's 


L t- Seaman 


Labourer 


Capt. Cornwell's 


Capt. Wright 


do 


do 


L t- Seaman 


do 


do 


Capt. Wright 









Two Lieutenants and One hundred and Twenty Nine Men, 
pany. 

MICH L - THODEY. 



TER IN THE COUNTY OF ORANGE FOR CAPTAIN JAMES 
1759 OUT OF GOSHEN COL. TUSTENS REGIMENT. 



Peter Lent, 
Thomas Osburn, 



Lieut 3 - 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of Militia. 


Goshen 


Labourer .... 


Capt. John Wisner 
do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Long Island 


do 


do 


do 


Cordwainer. . . 


do 


Philadelphia 


Labourer .... 


do 


Ireland 


do 


do 


Goshen 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Old England 


do 


do 


Goshen 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Long Island 


do 


do 


lersev . 


do 


Capt Thorn 8 ' Decay 


New England 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


lersev . 


do 


do 


do 


Blacksmith. 


do 


Goshen 


Labourer . . . 


do 


do 


do 


do 



156 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistm 1 - 


Age. 


Godfree Vandusa 


M'ch 
Ap 1 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Mch 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Ap 1 - 
M'ch 
do 
Ap 1 - 
Ap 1 - 
M'ch 
do 
Ap 1 - 
M'ch 
Ap 1 - 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


27 

2 
S 

5 
5 
5 
8 
10 

12 
2 

13 
12 
24 

15 
12 
19 

15 
2 

I? 

27 

6 

9 

27 

27 

9 
H 
10 

3 
3 

5 

2 
2 

7 

2 
21 
2O 


57 
20 

19 

2$ 
21 

33 

20 
2S 

27 

35 
37 
33 
27 

20 

33 
20 
18 

33 
20 
20 

19 
42 

18 
17 

21 
20 

50 
22 

18 

21 

25 
24 
24 

18 
3i 
17 


Jonathan Knap 


John Decker 


William Courter 


Daniel Baily 


Uriah Hand 


Abraham Aplestrong 


John Lewis 


James Kisher 


David Cornelius 


\Villiam Robisson 


Timothy Kakerly 


Henry Sands 


David Roe 


William Miles 


Henery Basell 


James Finch 


Thomas Street 


William Carpenter 


Simon Waits 


John M c Hourter 


Joseph Wieks 


Abraham Harrison 


Samuel Smith 


Goedfiff Kniffer .... 


Gilbert Veal 


Duncan Gilchrist 


Coleman Curtiss 


Smith Clark 


Tohn Gre2 r 2 r . . 


Benjamin Gregory 


Niniad Curtiss 


Charles M c Kenny 


Josiah, a Mullata 


William Hudson 


Thomas Gregg. . 





NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1 759. 



157 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of Militia. 


Dutchess County... 
Goshen 


Labourer. . . . 
do 


Capt. Thorn 8 - Decay 
do 


do 


do 


do 


Jersey. . 


do 


do 


Goshen 


do 


do 


Jersey. 


Taylor 


do 


Dutchess County. . . 
Pensylvania 


Labourer .... 
Blacksmith.. . 


do 
Capt. Thorn 8 Smith 


Jersey. . 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


Long Island 


Weaver 


Capt. Colvin Bradner 


Ireland 


do 


do 


Goshen 


Labourer .... 


do 


London 


Vintner 


do 


England 


Labourer .... 


do 


Goshen 


do 


do 


England 


do 


do 


Goshen . 


Hatter 


do 


England 


Labourer .... 


do 


Pennsylvania. 


Weaver 


Capt. John Bull 


Long Island 


Cordwainer. . . 


do 


Goshen 


Labourer .... 


do 


Long Island 


do 


do 


Germany 


Carpenter. . . . 


do 


Long Island 


Weaver 


do 


Scotland 


Labourer .... 


do 


Long Island 


Cordwainer . . 


Capt. David Marvin 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


Jersey. . 


Cordwainer . . 


do 


Connecticut 


Labourer .... 


. do 


do 


do 


do 


Jersey 


do 


do 


Long Island 


do 


do 


do 
Jersey. . 


Cordwainer . . 
Labourer .... 


do 
do 









58 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN INLISTED OUT OF COLONEL ABRAHAM HARRING'S 

DAY OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistm 1 - 


Age. 


BY PKTER LENT, LIEUT. 
Johannis Kool 


March 10 


23 


William M c Pherson 


do 10 


4H 


\Villiam Dobbs 


do 12 


18 


John Rednor 


do 12 


40 


Karel Turk 


do 12 


IQ 


John Ledrick 


do 12 


\2 


Isaac Mctanie 


do 1 3 


?6 


John Steel 


do 14 


42 


Andrew Shore 


do 14 


37 


Francis Matysa 


do 12 


3Q 


William Sisco 


do i 1 


40 


Abraham Ben net 


do 12 


2C 


Ned Waters 


do IQ 


4C 


Egbert Post 


Ap 1 * 


IQ 


Johanis Peter Arbos 


do 4 


*J7 

18 


John Post ... 


do 4 


2O 


John Carr 


do 16 


?8 


Isaac Myer 


do 16 


22 


Edward Meason 


do 17 


10 


John Holend 


do 16 


21 


Richard Williams 


do 17 


47 


William Crom 


do 16 


2O 


David Smith 


do 22 


IQ 


Donald M c Donald 


do 1 i 


l y 

24 


Hugh MAlpin. . 


do 22 


2; 


Barent Martlings . 


do 6 


2Q 


Ryke Barry 


do 21 


"y 

22 


John Demorat 


Ap 1 - 4 


22 


James Jacklin 


do 4 


2Q 


George Smith 


M'ch 14 


oy 

47 


William Ramsey. . 


do 18 


T.2 


Isaac Dutcher 


do 16 


21 


Jonathan Lounsbery 


do 16 


21 


James Paul 


do 16 


2O 


Peter Geseler 


do 16 


T8 


Leonard Iseman 


do 16 


2H 


Jacob Springsteen. 


do 16 


IQ 


Paulus James 


do 23 


2O 


Reuben Mede . 


do 21 


4O 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1759- 



REGIMENT IN ORANGE COUNTY MUSTERED THE 2/j.TH 
APRIL 1759. 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of Militia. 


Albany 


Farmer 


Caot. Corn 5 ' Harinir 


Ireland 


do 


1 O 

do 


New York Island 


do 


do 


Bergen County .... 
Germany 


Cordwainer . . 
Farmer 


do 
do 


Germany 


Tayler 


do 


New York 


Farmer 


do 


Ireland 


do 


do 


Germany 


Cordwainer . . 


do 


New York 


do 


do 


Westchester Co. . . . 
Bergen County 


Labourer .... 
do .... 


do 
do 


Barbadoes 


do 


do 


Roterdam 


Weaver . . . 


do 


Germany 


Farmer ..... 


do 


Westchester Co .... 


do 


do 


Ireland 


do 


Capt. John Peterse Smith 


Tappan 


do 


do 


Ireland 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Wales 


do 


do 


Tappan 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Ireland 


do 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


Westchester Co .... 
Plumptown 


Carpenter. . . . 
Labourer 


do 
do 


Norwake 


do 


do 


New London 


do 


do 


England 


do 


do 


Ireland 


Taylor ... 


do 


U Phillips Manner.. 


Weaver 


Capt. Joh s- Snyder 


Rye . 


Labourer .... 


do 


Long Island 


do 


do 


Kakiate 


do .. 


do 


Germany 


do 


do 


Kakiate 


do 


do 


Haverstraw 


do 


do 


Conecticute . 


Blacksmith . 


do 



i6o 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 

Inlistm 1 - 


Age. 


Mathew Hopper 


M'ch 24 


4O 


Peter Lucas 


Ap 1 - 


4.7 


Peter Lucas, J r ' '..'... 


*r o 
do 24. 


TV 

23 


John \Veaver 


do 7 


* J 

20 


100 Solomon Yeomans 


M'ch 26 


S2 


Thomas Conklan 


do 26 


IQ 


Jacob Parker 


do 26 


y 
21 


Ezekiel Miller 


do 26 


IQ 


Benjamin Yeomans 


do 31 


1 y 
IQ 


Daniel Heacok 


AD' Q 


*y 

I 7 


Hermanus Heselar 


r y 

do 7 


1 / 
23 


Samuel Babcock 


/ 

M'ch 16 


^ j 
24. 


David Babcock 


do 16 


3fi 


Abraham Garrison 


do 24 


2C 


John Seely 


do 24 


*j 
17 


Robert Mathevvs 


Ap 1 2 


1 / 
31 


Jeremiah Yeomans 


Mch 31 


23 


Edward Barker 


Ao 1 3 


* j 
24. 


Richard Caldwell 


r J 

do 3 


**r 

AO 


Daniel Van Sickle 


do 7 


4y 

23 


Herman 5 Blawfield 


do 10 


*J 

18 


Herman 5 Springsteen 


do 1 1 


23 


John Wood .... 


do 1 1 


*J 
21 


William Babcock 


do 1 1 


4.O 


David Williams 


do 2 


*r w 

28 


James Babcock 


do 24 


28 


James Seacur 


do 30 


IQ 


123 Benjamin Babcock. 


Detached 


1 y 


J J 







Pursuant to an Order to me Directed by the Honourable 
Chief in and over the province of New York &c. Dated the 
are Contained in the above List and believe them to be able 
hand this 26 Day of April 1759. 

Note the above Roll Contains one hundred and twenty 
one hundred and twenty Six which is four Men Less than the 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 759. 



161 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of Militia. 


New York. .... . . . 


Farmer 


Capt. Joh s Snyder 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Germany 


Taylor 


do 


Long Island 


Labourer .... 


Capt. Tho s Osburn 


Westchester Co. . . . 
Haverstraw 


do 
do 


do 
do 


Kakiate 


do 


do 


Highlands 


do 


do 


Haverstraw 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Johan s> Snedeger 


Tappan 


Turner 


Capt. Andreas Underdunk 


Newarktown 


do 


do 


Long Island 


Farmer 


do 


New England 


do 


do 


Pennsylvania 


Cooper 


do 


Haverstraw 


Weaver 


do 


England . 


Labourer .... 


do 


o 

do 


Barber 


do 


Jerseys 


Weaver 


do 


Kakiate 


Labourer .... 


do 


Haverstraw 


do 


do 


Kakiate 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Carolina 


do 


do 


Haverstraw 


do 


do 


do 




do 









James De Lancey Esq r - Lieut. Governor and Comander in 
fifth Day of April 1759 I have mustered the Men whose Names 
Bodied Men fit for his Majesties Service. Given under my 

CHAR. CLINTON. 

three men which with the Capt. and two Lieutenants make 
Quota of Orange County. 



ir 



162 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D MUSTER 

GEORGE BREWERTON JUN RS COM- 



Time of 
Inlistm 1 - 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Age. 



INLISTED BY CAPT. BREWERTON, J E - 

M'ch 1 1 Richard Joyce 24 

do 1 1 James M c Glocklin ' 29 

do 13 Patro Jemiter ' 27 

do 1 3 Norris Palmer I 19 

do 14 Thomas Howel j 21 

do 14 John Clint | 20 

do 15 Thimothy Riley ' 25 

do 1 6 John Watkins ' 20 

do 16 John Hannan 30 

do 1 8 Cornelious Vanderwater 19 

do 1 8 Humphrey Bradburn 21 

do 1 8 Samuel Boyes 18 

do 19 Henry Rease j 19 

do 19 George Colhead 2O 

do 20 Joseph Ducke 18 

do 23 James Cunningham 18 

do 24 John Malton 20 

do 24 Jacob Alurweis 19 

do 25 William Bloomfield 38 

do 25 John Rainsdon 34 

do 25 Peter Goff 23 

do 26 Volkert Somerdyck 38 

do 26 Christopher White ' 20 

do 27 Edward Buckley 21 

do 27 25 Cornelious Lott 47 

do 28 Simon Cherpenett 28 

do 29 Mathias Maverickalia Moore 37 

do 29 James Collier 22 

do 29 John Fusileer 30 

Ap 1 - i William Hencock 18 

do 2 Mathew Sindown 20 

do 3 John Mackely 32 

do 4 William Thomas 22 

do 5 George Look 36 

do 5 Charles Parket 32 

do 7 Patrick Ennis 35 

do 9 James Simpson 35 

do 9 John Cribb 45 

do 9 James Dugalis 39 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1759. 



163 



FOR THE CITY AND COUNTY OF NEW YORK, CAPT. 
PANY, NEW YORK APRIL 26 1759. 



Trade. 


Where born. 


Company of Militia & y e num 
ber furnished by each. 


Cloather 


Ireland 




Labourer 


Barbadous 


Mariner 


Margarite 


Carpenter 


Westchester County 
Queens County.... 
Germany 


Cooper 


Laborour 


Mariner 


Ireland 


Barber 


London 


Docter 


Dublin 


Joyner 


New York 


Cordvviner 


do 


Barber 


do 


Laborour 


Germany . ... 


Barber. . 


do 


Laborour 


S*- Biyou 


Cooper 


New Castle 


Taylor 


Ireland 


do 


Germany 


Ship Carpenter . 
Uppolster 


England . 


o 

London . 


Cordwiner 


Ireland 


Laborour 


New York ........ 


Leather Dresser. 
Mariner 


Germany 


Dublin 


\Veaver 


England . 


do 


o 

Lyon 


Baker ........ 
Book Binder . . . 
Labourer 


Manor of Living" . . 
London 


N Jersey 


Stone Cutter . . . 
Stone Cutter . . . 
House Carpenter 
Mariner . . . 


New York 


New York 


Germany 


England 


"Weaver . . . 


Germany 


Mariner 


Connecticut ....... 


Barber . . .. . 


Ireland 


Laborour 


Scotland 


Cordwiner 


England 


Blacksmith. , 


Scotland . 



164 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



Time of 
Inlistm 1 - 


MEN'S NAMES. 


Age. 


Ap 1 - 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


10 

IO 

II 

13 

16 

17 
17 
18 
18 
18 

19 
19 

20 
2O 
2O 
21 
21 
21 
22 
22 
22 

23 
23 
24 

25 
25 
25 

25 
21 
21 
26 

16 

25 

27 
27 

19 
24 
23 
23 

25 

25 
26 

28 


Daniel Roney 


27 
31 

20 
19 

39 
24 

27 

19 

27 

28 

24 
18 
18 

20 

39 
36 

27 

19 

22 

45 

22 

37 
25 
20 

22 
22 

39 
36 

32 
35 
30 
30 
23 
24 

21 

19 

25 
2O 

32 

45 
38 
19 

48 


George Ketcher . 


o 

James Dun 


Cornelious Redfield 


Daniel Murphy 


Lewis Paris 


Povvel Sanders 


Richard Orsburn 


John Joris Smith 


Martin Evert 


Robert Coleman 


John Mason . 


James Sands 


Thomas Carty 


John Fredrick Lubers 


55 William Coalson 


Edward Sarjeant 


John William Clos 


Francis Tade 


Daniel Forbes 


60 Thomas Rowland 


William Pratt 


Tames Conger. . 


Thomas Kinos 


John Meetgo 


John Kendrick . 


Christian Nealson .... 


Hugh M c Glardin 


John Arburtusstiller 


Henry Brewer 


70 Robert Clark 


John Kennedy 


William Butler 


John King . 


John Burk . . 


Frederick Helmtein 


Adam Hoebert 


Joseph Lighten 


Patrick Ryan . . 


Jerry Walter 


Joseph Gorday . 


Lewis Barrow 


Coor s - Van Derhove . , 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1759- 



'65 



Trade. 


Where born. 


Company of Militia & y e num- 
ber furnished by each. 


Laborour 


Ireland 


Capt. Waldron 
do 
do 
Capt. Debrouis 
Capt. Benson 

Capt. Lispenard 
do 
Capt. Van Wyck 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


^ 3 

- 2 
2 

-7 


do 


Germany 


Mariner 


Virjeny 


do 


Roterdam 


Miner 


Ireland 


Baker 


Burdoes 


Miner 


Denmark 


Mariner 


New York 


Carpenter 


Hamburg 


Mariner 


Germany 


do 


Ireland 


do 


New York 


do 


Long Island ... . 


Mariner 


Ireland 


Gardner 


Hamburgh .... t 


Ship Right 


Norththumberl d - , . . 
Dublin 


Mariner 


Laborour .... 


Germany 


Mariner 


Florada ... 


Farmer 


Scotland 


Cooper 


W^ales 


Mariner 


Boston 


Lab r - 


N. Jersey 


Doctor 


Glostershire 


Mariner .... 


Hannover 


Carpenter 


Holland 


do 


Hamburge 


Labourer. . . . 


Ireland 


Barber. . . . 


Germany 


Butcher 


England 


Labourer . ... 


London 


Laborour 


Ireland 


Guner 


do 


Mariner 


Bourdeaux 


Brasier 


Dublin 


Mariner 


Denmark 


Weever 


Germany 


Mariner 


Boston 


Laborour 


Ireland 


Weever 


Germany 


Mariner 


Havannah 


Laborour 


Paris 


Weever. . 


Staten Island. . 



1 66 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



Time of 
Inlistm 1 - 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Ap L 23 Tho s - M c Carty 50 

do 25 George Hubbard 19 

do 28 Christopher Clay 22 

do 28 John Chris r Hellen 22 

do 23 Joseph Wirt 22 

do 30 Lawrence M c Carth 33 

do 27 Andrew M c Cullough 23 

do 28 Normand M c Donald 50 

May i Nicholas Sesinger 19 

do I Christopher Anderson 28 

do 2 Thomas Bourton 37 

do 3 John Buytelaas 44 

do 3 95 Thomas Ross 46 

do 3 Daniel Johnson 22 

do 3 John Davis 41 

do 3 Alex'- Sudderland 35 

do 3 John Charles Warnsdarf 36 



Age. 



This is to Certify that the above being one Captain one 
the City & County of New York. 

George Brewerton, Ju r Captain. 
John Fisher, Lieut. 

Bounty, 101 ) 

Inlisting, 97 f 



A MUSTER ROLE OF MKX RAIS'D & PASS'D IN THE COUNTY 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Thomas Doehary 
George Richards . . . . 

Lewis Mitchel 

Vinson Fountain 

5 Paul Tibbett 

And w - Androvette. . . . 
Samuel Evans .... 

James Griffis 

Ephraim Taylor 

10 Alex r - Ogg 

Coonrad Vanderbeek 
Abr m - Vanderbeek . 



Day of Inlisting. 



March 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

April 
Feb^- 
March 
April 
M'ch 
do 



5 
5 

9 

8 

29 

9 
6 

24 

4 
24 
24 



Age. 



38 
24 

30 

21 

25 
31 
30 

43 
27 
16 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1759. 



167 



Trade. 


Where born. 


Company of Militia & y e num 
her furnished by each. 


Laborour 


Ireland 


Capt. Debois I 


do 


Germany 


Capt Tuder I 


do 


do 


Capt. Obeil ) 


do . . 


do 


X V O 

do \ 


Glasier 


Germany 


Capt. John Provost I 


Miner . 


Ireland 


Capt. A Sayler I 


Laborour . .... 


Scotland 


Cant. Tuder / 


do 


do 


ir v o 
i r & 

do ( 


Turner 


Germany 


Capt Hornbrock I 


Mariner .... 


Ireland 


Capt. Debrouis i 


\Veaver 


Westchester Co 




Mariner 


Amsterdam 




Surgeon 


Scotland 




Labourer 


do 




do 


Shrewsbury 




do 


Scotland 




do 


Prussia 











Lieut, and One hundred & One Men have past Muster for 

MICH. THODEY. 



OF RICHMOND FOR CAPTAIN ARROWSMITH'S COMPANY. 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company 
of Militia. 


Ireland 


Spinner 


James Guyon 


London 


Taylor 


do 


Staten Island 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


Dover, New England 


Shoe Maker 


do 


o 

Staten Island 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


England 


Husbandman 


Jacob Corsen 


Staten Island 


Blacksmith 


do 


Scotland 


Labourer 


do 


Readingstown, Jersey 


do 


do 


do do 


do 


do 



i68 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Day of Inlisting. 



John Martin ................... ! M'ch 26 

Thomas Jones ................. | Ap 1 - 4 

Daniel South .................. do 9 

Luke Johnston ................. March 15 

Peter Johnston ................. Ap 1 9 

Peter Van Pelt ................. M'ch 24 

Corn's Bowman ................ Ap 1 - 9 

Patrick Larkins ................ do 9 

Samuel Bryant ................. 9 

Daniel Cruskeron .............. M'ch 25 

Patrick Corkon ................. do 24 

David Wood ..... . ............. do 3 

25 Charles Price .................. do 6 

Bartho w - Magguire .............. do 6 

Daniel Pitman ................. ! do 10 

James Latourreth ....... ..... do 17 

William Storey ................ do 30 

Tho s - Milburn .................. do 31 

Tho s - Fitz-jerald ................ do 2 

Matthias Johnston .............. do 10 

James Carline .................. do 12 

Charles McQuin ................ Feb y 27 

35 Ralph Skidmore ............... do 28 

Richard Gromovv ............... M'ch 3 

William Dunn ................. | do 8 

John Snell ..... : ............... do 8 

John Liske .................... do 10 

40 Isaac Cole ..................... do 24 

Andrew Duchett ............... 

Abraham Fitchitt .............. Sept r - ( 7 

Edward Barber ................ April 9 

John Simeson ........ ........ do 10 

45 Edward Newman .............. do 10 

Nath 1 - Hilyard ................. do 10 

Shadrick Titus ................. do 10 

Moses Toner. ... .............. do 

Isaac Johnson ................. do 



Age. 



45 
31 

30 

40 

35 

4^ 
41 
47 
29 
28 
22 
2O 
28 
28 
18 
22 
29 
26 
24 
19 
18 
21 
26 
24 
20 
40 
25 
46 
35 
36 
31 
25 
25 
19 



Pursuant to an Order to me directed by the Houn : James 
mander in Chief in & Over his Majesties Province of New 
on the Preceeding Roll & beleive them to be fitt for his 
Aprill 1759. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1 75Q. 



169 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company 
of Militia. 


Ireland. .... 


Labourer 


Jacob Corsen 


do 


Groom 


do 


Cranbury, N. Jersey. 
Ireland ... ... 


Wheel Wright . . . 
Tanner 


do 
do 


Staten Island 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Kngland 


Taylor 


do 


New England 


do 


do 


o 

Staten Island . 


Labourer 


do 


Ireland .... 


Taylor 


do 


Lon ' Island 


Weaver 


Hezekiah Wright 


England 


Tallow Chandler. . 


do 


France . 


Labourer 


do 


Germany 


do 


do 


Staten Island 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Dublin 


do 


do 


Staten Island . 


do 


do 


Ireland 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Joseph Holmes 


Staten Island 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Pennsylvania 


Sadler 


do 


Germany 


Taylor 


do 


Staten Island 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Blacksmith 


do 


Pennsylvania 


Taylor 


do 


Staten Island 


Labourer 


do 


Long Island 


Mill Wright 


do 


Staten Island 


Weaver 


do 


Ireland . ...... 


Weaver 


do 


Staten Island . 


Taylor 


do 


do 


Labourer 


Hezekiah Wright 


Scotland . 


do 


Jacob Corsen 


Staten Island . . . 


do 


Hezekiah Wright 









Delancey Esq r - his Majesties Leut. Governour and Corn- 
York bearing date the $th Instant I have muster'd the men 
Majesties Service Given under my hand this 27 th Day of 

JOHN JOHNSTON. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PAST Mus- 

RICHARD SMITH'S COMPANY 

Richard Smith, Capt. 



Time of 
Inlistm'- 


MEN'S NAMES. 


6 
u 

< 


Trade. 


M'ch 3 
do 3 
do 9 
do 10 
do 15 
do 13 
do 17 
do 8 
do 10 
do 29 

do 21 

do 20 
do 24 
do 24 
do 29 
do 26 
do 26 
do 23 
do 28 
do 23 
do 19 
do 30 
Ap 1 - i 
do 2 
do 6 
do 6 
do 18 
do 18 
do 18 
do 26 
do 13 
do 13 
do 12 
do ii 
do 10 
do 20 


Jn - Harrison 


23 
26 

22 
2O 

I/ 
28 
26 
30 
25 
17 

42 

37 

'9 

24 

39 

52 
27 

21 
20 

25 
28 

23 
30 

16 
36 

21 

28 

23 

34 
36 

35 

22 
31 

35 
32 
^6 


Labourer 


W m - Whiley 


do 


Jacobus Van Broman . . . 
Charles Jeffery 


do 


Weaver 


Allen M c Coy 


Mariner 


Silvester Tate 


Labourer 


Edward Roy 


Leather Breeches Maker. 
Carman 


John Cornelison 


Daniel Dorman 


Ship Carpenter.. . 


W m Foster 


Ship Carpenter 


Samuel Overthro 


John Andrews 


Farmer 


James Beekman 


Shoemaker 


Samuel Stevens 


Lab r- Mariner 


Marmaduke Blackwood. 
Alexander Sloan 


Cordwainer 


Labourer 


John M c Coy. . 


do 


Stephen Raphe . 


do 


Zebulon Schoffield 


do 


Thomas Orr 


Mariner 


George Stuart 


Tanner 


W m - Coles 


Cordwainer 


Phillip Welsh 


Leather Breeches Maker. 
Turner 


Samuel MMasters 


Fabian Sebastian 


Labourer 


Francis Duffle 


do 


Francis Marcelain 


do 


Peter Dolanue 


do 


John Goode 


Cordwainer 


Jn- C. Envoldson. . 


do 


Alexander M c Kenny . . . 
Robert Katen 


Labourer 


Mariner 


Adolph Vouck 


House Carpenter. 


Michael Morris 


Breeches Maker 


Jn Edwards 


Mariner. 


Morris White. . 


do 






NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1759. 



171 



TER FOR THE ClTY & COUNTY OF NEW YORK FOR CAPT. 
NEW YORK 28 APRIL 1759. 



Barnaby Burn, 
Francis Thodey, 



Lieut 5 



Where born. 



Where 
Inlisted. 



Company of Militia 

and the number furnished 

by each. 



Ireland 

Cork in Ireland 

Harlem N. York 

New London 

Liverpool 

Yorkshire 

C Waterford Ireland 

New York 

Newfoundland 

England 

C- Gloucestershire W. 

N. Jersey 

England 

City of New York 

Boston N. England 

Dublin 

Ireland 

Scotland 

Long Island 

New York 

Ireland 

Scotland 

Berkshire Great Britain.. . 
Ireland 

do 

Germany 

Ireland 

In the Savoys 

Marsailes 

Northamtonshire 

Denmark 

Scotland 

Limmerick 

New York 

Ireland 

Dover 

Co. Cork, Ireland 



New York 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

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



172 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



Time of 
Inlistm'- 


MEN'S NAMES. 


d 
M 

< 




An 1 - 2 1 


Albert Thomas . 


-> A 


Mariner. 



Trade. 



do 1 3 John Barnes 

do i6Jn- Frederick Mattheson 

do 16 James Bland 

do 16 John Cammel 

do 20 Sevares Bergh 

do 23 Ronal Chalmers 

do 25^11- Davis 

do 17 Joseph Jones 

do 24 John Cadwell 

do 24 John Carr 

do 24 John M c Clain 

do 24 John Peterman 

do 7|Edward M c Daniel 

do 12 Caleb Ogden 

do 13 Andrees Cahill 

do 28 John Jacob Crcmer 

do 21 Duncan Forbes 

do 28 Johannis Kerit 

do 20 P>.ekiel Leathers 

do 25 Jn Henry Bower 

do 25 Josiah Seeley 

do 25 Michael Rosh . 

do 27 John Fisher 

do 26 Wendel Haynes 

do 24 W m> Newman 

do 24 James Campbell 

do 23 Sybriant Adrian 

do 20 Darby M c Mannus 

do 24 William Martin 

do 24 Richard Little 

do 24 Abra: Lawder 

do 2o'Andries Andrires 

do 24 George Bono 

do 28 Andrew Linquest 

do 27 Joseph Deely 

do 1 8 Leonard Gulbere ...... 

do 25 James Frasier 

do 26 John Edwards 

do 26 Tobias Butler 

do 23|Edmond Doren 

do 24|Donald Campbell 



do 



17 

2 4 Blacksmith 

2(5 Mohair Maker. 

j- Labourer 

20' do 

'24 1 

40 Mason 

- Mariner 



21 



Leather Dresser 
Weaver ........ 

do ........ 

do ........ 



j^ Hatter 

2 jTaylor 

22 'Labourer 

30 ! Surgeon 

2 r Blacksmith 

2g House Carpenter 

44' Mason 

, -Taylor 

/ft \ \ usbandman .... 

26 Gardner 

45 Taylor 

41 [House Carpenter. 
!6| Leather Dresser.. 
2 T Ship Carpenter.. . 

22 Labourer 

32 Mariner 

29 

58 

28 

.V 

4' 

45 
28 

4" 
2( 
28 

J I 

4" 



do 

Husbandman 

Mariner 

Glasier 

Mariner 

do 
Labourer. . . . 

do .... 
Mariner. . 



Cooper , 

Breeches Maker 
Lab r -. . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1759. 



173 



Where born. 


Where 
Inlisted. 


Company of Militia 
and the number furnished 
by each. 


Denmark 


New York 




Hamburgh . 


do 




Copenhagen 


do 




Dublin 


do 




Germany . 


do 




Sweedland 


do 




Scotland 


do 




Ireland 


do 


Capt. Van Wyck 


\Vhales 


do 




England 


do 


Capt. Debrosses 


Ireland 


do 


do 


Scotland 


do 


do 


Amsterdam 


do 


do 


Ireland 


do 




Newark 


do 




Ireland 


do 




Germany 


do 


Capt. Ja s - M c Evers 


Scotland 


do 


do 


Germany 


do 


do 


New Hamshire 


do 


Capt. R. Livingston 


Denmark 


do 


do 


New England 


do 


do 


Germany 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Is. Depeyster 


do 


do 


do 


England 


do 


do 


Fishkill 


do 


do 


Norway 


do 


Capt. Hardenbrook 


Ireland 


do 


Capt. Moore 


Antegua 


do 


do 


England 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Copenhagen 


do 


do 


England . 


do 


do 


o 

Sweedland 


do 


do 


England 


do 


Capt Hardenbrook 


France 


do 


Capt. Walton 


Ireland 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Jn' Provoost 


Scotland. , 


do 


do 



174 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



Time of 
Inlistm*- 


MEN'S NAMES. 


to Trade. 

< 


Ap 1 - 24 
do 24 
do 24 
do 23 
do 23 
do 23 
do 23 
do 30 
do 30 
do 30 
do 30 
do 30 
do 23 
do 30 
do 30 
May I 
do I 
do I 
do 2 
do 2 


John MDonald 


I 

31 Labourer 


Lenard Weylant 


41 do 


Elijah Ferguson 


28 do 


Sam 1 - Stillwell 


46 Weaver 


Thomas Hornman 


24 Masoner 


Jacob Dauf 


24 Farmer. .... 


Richard Horncastle 


46 Barber 


Joseph Petram 


20 Labourer 


Toseoh Masner 


IA do 


Nicholas Carelhof 18 do 


Richard Cook J.^ Mason 


Dan 1 Van Duersen .... 
Donald Cameron 


4^ Cooper. . 


18 Labourer. . 


Hendrick Ilannar. . >o Wheelwright. . 


Patrick Arling 25 Labourer 


Thomas Ashby 40 Poltorer 


Michael Gramar 36 Baker 


Donald M c Donald 24 Miller 


John Ricketts 36 Mariner 


Anthony Debarer .... ^8 Sailor . ... 





This is to Certify that the foregoing being one Captain 
City & County of New York. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASSED MUSTER 

HOLMES HIS COMPANY 

Capt. James Holmes. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of In- 
listment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


Mich 1 - Fight . 


March 21 


47 


Ireland 


Michael Crosby 


M'ch 16 


TV 

T.Q 


Ireland ... 


Christian Marks 


Mch 31 


27 


Germany 


James M c Guire 


J 

Ap 1 - 10 


*/ 

18 


Connecticut 


Gideon Haight 


Ap 1 c 


22 


Connecticut 


Nathan Wood 


Ap 1 - q 


28 


New Castle 


Barnaby Brown 


r j 

Ap 1 - 


17 


do 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1 759. 



175 



Where born. 


Where 
Inlisted. 


Company of Militia 
and the number furnished 
by each. 


Scotland 


New York 


Capt. Jn 0< Provoost 


Germany 


do 


Capt. Abeel 


West Chester County 


do 


do 


Norwicham Great Britain. . . 
Germany 


do 
do 


Capt. Lepenard 
do 


do 


do 


do 


Great Britain 


do 


Capt. Jn- Provoosts 


att French Camp 


do 


Capt. Van Wyck 


Prague Holland 


do 


do 


Amsterdam 


do 


do 


New York 


do 


Capt. Benson 


do 


do 




Scotland 


do 


Capt. Jn 0> Provoost 


Hanover 


do 


Capt. Hardenbrook 


Ireland 


do 


Capt. Tuder 


London 


do 


do 


Germany 


do 


do 


Scotland 


do 




Ireland 


do 




Canary Island 


do 











Two Lieut s - and Ninety Eight Men have past Muster for the 
MICH L - THODEY. 

IN THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER FFOR CAPT. JAMES 
APRIL 30 1759. 

Lieut. Gilbert Willett. 
Lieut. Silvanus Horton. 



Trade. 


Of What Company of 
Militia. 


Officers who Inlisted. 


Labourer 


Capt. Theall's Co . 


Lieut. Horton 


Ropemaker . . . 
Labourer 


do 
of the Troop 


do 

L*- Willett 


Labourer 


Capt. Griffen 


L 4 - Horton 


Labourer 
Labourer 
do 


Capt. Lockwood .... 
do 
do 


Capt. Holmes 
do 
do 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of In- 
listment. 


Age. 


Where born. 




Gershom Mead 


M'ch 17 


7Q 


Connecticut . . . 




Charles Williams 


M'ch 23 


18 


Connecticut . . . 




10 Simeon Burton 


Ap 1 - 6 


42 


do 




Gideon Dolph .... .... 


April 12 


C2 


do 




\Vait Green 


M'ch 1 6 


18 


do 




Bowdick Arnold 


M'ch 16 


18 


do 




Jonathan Ambler 
Thaddeus Seely. . . 


M'ch 21 
M'ch 17 


29 

22 


do 
Bedford 





John Bishop 


Ap 1 - Q 


^o 


Connecticut . . . 




Jonathan Lockwood . . . 
Samuel Raymond .... 


x r y 
Ap 1 - 4 
Ap 1 - 17 


17 
IQ 


do 
do 





Jonathan Tyler . 


Ap 1 2 


*y 

IQ 


do 




James Miller 


M'ch 8 


'V 
21 


do 




Nathaniel Chappel .... 
Jonathan Barrett 


Ap 1 3 
M'ch 21 


22 
-jn 


Connecticut . . . 
Bedford . 





Andrew Ayres 


Ap 1 3 


j^ 
2 I 


Bedford 




Nehemiah Stanton 


M'ch 28 


2 I 


do 




Israel Honeywell 


Ap 1 - 1 


2^ 


do 




Jeremiah Simpkins 


v p j 
Ap 1 - 12 


- J 
^C 


do 




\Villiam Lounsberry 


Ao 1 IQ 


"5 

18 


do 




Garret Simpkins 


A L r l y 

Ap 1 IQ 


2C 


do 




Samuel Thomas Slator 


M'ch ii 


* 3 

2A 


Germany 




Robert Van Velserer . . 
John Bostwick . . . 


Ap 1 10 
M'ch 19 


**f 

24 
27 


Long Island . . . 
Bedford 




Daniel Mills 


M'ch 19 


*/ 

2O 


do 




David Bostwick . 


Ap 1 


^3 


do 




Isaac Akerly . 


Ap 1 3 


- j 
24. 


Long Island . . 




John Robinson . 


Ap 1 3 


?6 


Boston 




David Brewster 


Ap 1 - i 


2\ 


Connecticut . . . 




Titus Mills 


M'ch 15 


I 7 


Bedford 




Jehiel Green . 


M'ch 15 


* / 
I 7 


North Castle. .. 




Reuben Baxton 


Ap 1 - 


1 / 

JC 


Connecticut . . . 




John Bowden . 


Ap 1 - 3 


jj 
2C 


do 




Isaiah Canfield 


Ap 1 2 


I 7 


Bedford 




James Sands 


Ap L i 


1 / 
28 


Long Island . . . 




Joseph Akerly 


Ap 1 - * 


I 7 


Long Island . 




Obediah Gilbert 


A l r j 

Ap u * 


1 / 

18 


Connecticut . . 




Jacob Miller 


Ap u 2 


10 


Bedford 




Jesse Frinck . 


Ap 1 i 


*y 

18 


Connecticut . . 




Elnathan Todd 


A v r o 

M'ch 27 


20 


do 




Jonas Newan 


M'ch 7 


I 7 


do 




Daniel Simpkins 


M'ch 8 


1 / 
Al 


Bedford . 




James Billington . 


M'ch 1 6 


T- 1 

17 


Jersey. . 





NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 759. 



177 



Trade. 


Of What Company of 
Militia. 


Officers who Inlisted. 


Cordwainer . . . 
Labourer 
Labourer 
Labourer 
do 
Weaver 


Capt. Lockwood .... 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


Capt. Holmes 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


Labourer . .... 
Taylor 


do 
Capt. Grain's 


do 
do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do ... 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do ... 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Holmes 


do 


Toyner . 


do 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Toyner . . 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do ... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do .... 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cordwainer . 


Caot. Dennis. . 


do 



7 8 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of In- 

listment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


\Villiam Pressure 


M'ch 1 8 
Ap 1 - 1 6 
Ap 1 - 2 
Ap 1 26 
Ap 1 - 25 

Ap 1 22 

Ap 1 - 26 
Ap 1 - 27 
Ap 1 - 27 
M'ch 1 6 
Ap 1 3 
Ap 1 i 
M'ch 1 6 
M'ch 17 
Ap 1 - 3 

Ap 1 - 22 

Ap 1 - 5 
M'ch 31 
Ap 1 - 3 
Ap 1 - 3 
Ap 1 6 
Ap'- 9 
Ap 1 - 13 


38 

25 

!9 

35 
35 
29 

40 

25 
37 

?; 

20 
27 
50 
17 
23 
4 

55 
i7 
18 

47 
25 
49 


New York 


John See .... 


Germany . 


James Currey 


Westchester 
Fordam Mannor. . 
do 
do 
Switzer 


Jacob Hatter 


John Morris 


John Blackvvood 


Jacob Paris . 


John Rogers ... .... 


Rhoad Island 
Boston 


William Gill 


John Edwards . . . 


England 


Johnson Daniels 


Philipsburgh 


James Baxter 
Paulus Sailor 


Courtland's M r -. . . 
Germany 


James Johnson .... 


Ireland 


Michael Crow 


Germany 


William Lovee 


Westchester 
Jersey in Europe . 
Germany 


James Valveer 


John Jordan 


Tames Springer . 


Saratoghe . . . . 


/ to 

Isaac Post 


Philipsburgh 
England 


Richard Ward .... 


Thomas Paton 


Boston 


John Price .... 


England 







Totall 76. 

The above Muster Roll made up and delivered Capt. James 

Bounty 73. 

Inlisting 59. 

A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASSED 

WILLIAM GILCHRIST HIS 

Capt. William Gilchrist. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of . 
Inlistm'- Age - 


Where Born. 


John Connor .... 


AD'- 17 36 


Ireland 


John Haines 


Ap 1 8 4.4 


New York 


Reuben Lane . . 


M'ch 13 1 6 


Rve 


Justus Golding 


Ap 1 - iO' 1 6 


iv_y v. . 

North Castle 


Gilbert Adams 


M'ch 131 20 


Scarsdale 


Beniamin Ber^eau 


Ap 1 - 10 17 


Scarsdale 


J o 

Tohn Forster. . 


Ao 1 - 10 20 


Philiosbur^h . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 759. 



179 



Trade. 


Of what Company of 
Militia. 


Officers who Inlisted. 


Labourer 


Capt. Embry 


Capt. Holmes 


do .... 


do 


do 


do .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cloathier 


do 


do 


Cooper . 


do 


do 


Cloathier 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Marriner 


Capt. Israel Underbill 


do 


Labourer 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Weaver 


do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


do 


do 


do 


Baker 


Capt. Secord 


do 


\Veaver . 


Capt. Vermilea 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Cord wainer 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Sawyer 


do 


do 









Holmes this first May 1759 p m 

Muster Master for the County 
of Westchester. 



T, 
J HN THOMAS 



MUSTER IN THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER FOR CAPT. 
COMPANY APRIL 30 1759. 

Lie*- Nathan Flint. 
Lie 4 - Joseph Golding. 



Trade. 


Out of What Company of Militia. 


Officer who inlisted. 


Labourer .... 


Capt. Theall's Comp y- 


Cap t- Gilchrist 


Weaver 


Capt. Purdy's Comp y- 


L l - Flint 


Labourer .... 
Labourer .... 
Labourer .... 


do Comp y> . . . . 
do Comp y - .... 
of the Troop 


Capt. Gilchrist 
L l - Flint 
Capt. Gilchrist 


Labourer . . . 


Capt. GrifFen's 


Lie 1 Flint 


Labourer . 


do 


do 



i8o 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistm 1 - 


Age. 


Where Born. 


\Villiairi \Voolfeg 


M'ch 27 


17 


Orange County 


Thomas Oakly 


M'ch 22 


IQ 


Courtlands Manor. . . . 


Reuben Rogers 


M'ch 22 


27 


Marnonock 


Henry Yonkers 


M'ch 16 


1 8 


Philipsburcfh . 


Daniel Sliooleman 


M'ch 8 


I 7 


r^ o 

do 


John Vallance 


M'ch 12 


24 


Connecticut 


Joseph Knight . 


M'ch 4 


CO 


England 


Nathaniel \Vestcote 


M'ch 13 


2O 


Connecticut. 


John Gascon Saybrick 


M'ch 14 


4C 


England 


Joseph Rogers 


M'ch 5 


3O 


England . 


Joseph Horton. 


M'ch 21 


IQ 


White plains 


Joseph Shelly 


Ap 1 6 


2\ 


Long Island 


John Quin 


M'ch 17 


^O 


England 


Nathaniel Hair 


M'ch 6 


I 7 


Rye 


Asa Carpenter 




1 / 
21 


North Castle 


Joel Taylor 


M'ch 3 


2O 


New York 


James Gregory 


M'ch 12 


I 7 


England 


Joseph Wood 


Ap 1 10 


1 / 
12 


Connecticut 


Oliver Arnold 


M'ch 21 


46 


Connecticut 


Samuel Hart . .... 


M'ch 28 


18 


Bedford - 


Michael Guernsey 


Ap 1 3 


18 


Jersey . 


James Sturtivant 


M'ch 28 


18 


Dutchess Co 


Isaac Marlines . 


M'ch 27 


I 7 


Philipsburgh 


o 

John Rushton .... 


M'ch 23 


28 


Ireland 


Joel Adsrett. 


M'ch 13 


IQ 


North Castle 


/ o 

Samuel Worden . 


M'ch 13 


*y 

22 


Connecticut 


Joseph Tooker 


M'ch 13 


\ 7 


North Castle 


William Daniels 




1 / 

->6 


North Castle 


Jacke Deval 


M'ch 2^ 


4.O 


France 


John Wallace 


Ap 1 1 1 


it 


England 


Benjamin Golding .... 


M'ch i * 


?9 


North Castle 


Elijah Baldwin . . 


Ap 1 10 


V 

18 


North Castle 


Vincent Searle 


M'ch 31 


IQ 


Bedford 


Daniel M c Clean. . . . 


M'ch 2 1 


*y 

20 


Tersev 


John Thorn . . 


AD'- ic 


18 


J w >v v 
Long Island 


Gershom Myer Thorn 


1 r ' J 

An 1 i c 


18 


North Castle 


George Kaisen, J r 


* r * J 

AD'- ic 


18 


North Castle 


Joseph Rose. . 


* v r * j 
An 1 17 


4.8 


Connecticut 


Daniel Brown, J r 


1 / 

Ap 1 - 7 


*rv 

18 


Connecticut 


Abrah m - Thornycraft . . 


/ 
Ap 1 - 2 


20 


Long Island 


Jacob Van Tassel 


M'ch 27 


77 


Philipsburgh 


David Dayton .... 


Ap 1 6 


j/ 
1 3 


Long Island 


Daniel Waters 


M'ch ^3 


1 j 
? r 


Connecticut 


Thomas M c Daniels. . 


An 1 - 2 


j * 
11 


do 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1759- 



181 



Trade. 


Out of What Company of Militia. 


Officer who inlisted. 


Labourer .... 


Capt. Griffen's 


Capt. Gilchrist 


Cooper . 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Tanner 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


Capt. Hatfield's 


do 


Tovner . 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Cordwainer . . 


do 


do 


Clerk 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Cordwainer . . 


do 


do 


Blacksmith. . . 


do 


do 


Mason 


do 


do 


Carpenter . 


Capt. Lockwood's 


do 


Labourer .... 


Capt. Grain's 


do 


Cordwainer . . 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Taylor 


Capt Dennis's. ... ... 


do 


Blacksmith. . . 


do 


do 


Cordwainer . 


do 


do 


Cordwainer . . 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Clerk 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


do . . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Taylor 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Labourer . 


do 


do 


Cordwainer . . 


Capt. Button's 


do 


Weaver ... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



182 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of Acre 
Inlistm'- Age- 


Where Born. 


David Hammond 


M'ch 2\ 4o 


New York 


Deliverance Bonker. 


M'ch 29 30 


Philipsburgh 


Nathan 1 Brock 


M'ch 17 20 


North Castle 


Stephen Weeks .... 


M'ch 20 18 


do 


Murray Brown . . . 


M'ch 23 1 6 


do . . ! . 


Tobias Miller 


Ap 1 10 16 


Courtland's Mannour. 


John Lindsly 


Ap 1 - o 21 


England . 


George Adam . . 


M'ch 23 27 


Guernsey 


o 

Thomas Andreas 


M'ch 30 17 


Jersey . 


John Chambell 


Ap 1 24 24 


Boston 


Robert, Negro 


Ap 1 i 45 


Africa 


Silas Flint 


M'ch 6 21 


Connecticut 


Abraham Dobbs 


An 1 - 7 17 


New York 


Nath 1 llewson 


Ap 1 - 7, 17 


Philipsburgh . 


John Birk 


Ap 1 - 7 1 7 


do 


William Woolsey 


Ap 1 7 17 


Orange County 


Shadreck M c Gregory. . 


M'ch 12 50 


Scotland 


Thomas Wilson 


Ap 1 M 10 


England .... . . 


Jacob Shoemaker 


M'ch 31 40 


Jersey . 


Peter Marlings 


M'ch 12 25 


Philipsburgh 


Philip Peers 


M'ch i 5 24 


do 


John Van Tassel 


M'ch 15 21 


do 


Deliverance Brewer. . . 


M'ch 21 22 


do 


Abra m Dutcgher. 


M'ch 21 20 


do 


Thomas Paldin 


M'ch 30 ''O 


Rye . 


James Waldrom 


Ap 1 - 2 20 


Philipsburgh 


Henry Forshee 


M'ch 21 25 


do 


Samuel More 


M'cli 1 5 30 


Ireland 


Jacob Thomas 


Ap 1 - 26 'M 


Wales 


George Van Tassel . . 


M'ch 22 17 


Phillipsburjh . , 


Thomas Cromell 


Ap 1 - 3 20 


Westchester 


George Murray. . 


Ap 1 14 20 


Scotland 


Jacob Shoemaker 


M'ch 1 6 30 


Staten Island 


Samuel Williams .... 


Ap 1 i i? 


Philipsburgh 


Solomon Yewricks. . . . 


* *r J * / 

Ap 1 ^ 20 


do 


John M c Carter 


Ap 1 2 16 


Ireland 


John Weems 


M'ch 13 40 


Ireland .... 


Gilbert An<jevine . 


Mch 31 16 


New Rochell . 


Thomas Guion 


Ap 1 i 16 


do 


Benjamin Akerly . 


Mch 29 27 


Long Island . . 









Totall 94. 

The above Muster Roll made up and Delivered Capt. 

JOHN THOMAS, Muster Master 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 759. 



Trade. 


Out of What Company of Militia. 


Officer who inlisted. 


Labourer .... 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Cooper 


Capt. Sutton's 


Capt. Gilchrist 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Taylor 


do 


Cordwainer . . 
Labourer .... 
do 
Labourer .... 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Carpenter .... 
Taylor 


do 


do 


Capt Embry's .... 


Capt. Jn Underbill's 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Capt Concklin's 


do 


Cordwainer . . 
do 
Labourer .... 
Blacksmith. . . 
Labourer .... 
do 
do 
Schoolmaster. 
Glover 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Labourer 
Blacksmith . . . 
Labourer 
Carpenter 
Labourer 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


Capt. Gilb 1 - Drake's 


do 


do 


do . . . . 


do 


do 


do 


Capt Secord's 


do 


do 


Capt. Rogers's 





William Gilchrist the first May 1759. pr me 
for the County of Westchester. 



184 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASSED 

JONATHAN HAIGHT HIS 

Capt. Jonathan Haight. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlisting. 


Age. 


Jacob Randell . 


Ap 1 - 12 


27 


John Trusdell 


Ap 1 - 3 


22 


Jacob Parish 


Ap 1 - 10 


21 


Adonijah Morehouse 


Ap 1 9 


18 


David Hawkins 


Ap 1 - 14 


33 


Patrick Mitchel . 


M'ch 30 


27 


Samuel Bender 


M'ch 1 6 


22 


Ebenezer Northup 


M'ch 20 


IS 


Nehemiah Rockwell 


Ap 1 - 3 


16 


John Lowder 


Ap 1 2 


18 


Jonathan Lowder 


M'ch 20 


17 


Joseph Lockwood 


Ap 1 10 


55 


William Revee .... .... 


Ap 1 - 27 


^o 


Woolston Rose 


M'ch 21 


2\ 


William Derbyshire 


M'ch 27 


17 


Joseph Underwood 


Ap 1 - 10 


46 


Matthias Catterleing .... 


M'ch 6 


IQ 


Henry Walton ... 


Ap 1 4 


42 


Nath 1 - Bvinsrton . 


Ap 1 - 20 


21 


J O 

Noah Burbanck 


Ap 1 - 6 


4O 


Richard Raynor 




27 


William Shaw 


Ap 1 - 1 1 


17 


Nath 1 - Astin 


Ap 1 27 


27 


David Vicerge 


Ap 1 20 


2O 


Ebenezer Robinson 


Ap 1 - 20 


22 


Asa Paris 


Ap 1 - 20 


18 


Timothy Delevan 


Ap 1 - 4 


44 


Joseph Wood . 


Ap 1 - IQ 


44 


Androis Quick 


Ap 1 - 2 


2O 


Zebulon Pedrick 


M'ch 2 


21 


James Dickson 


M'ch 17 


2\ 


Samuel Brooks 


M'ch 23 


18 


Teremiah Ricker 


Ap 1 - 10 


28 


Enoch Silsbee 


M'ch 27 


16 


James Doan . . 


M'ch 17 


18 


John Depue. . 


Ap 1 - 20 


2^ 


Tacob Frinck. , 


Ap 1 20 


24 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1759. 



MUSTER IN THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER FOR CAPT. 
COMPANY APRIL 30 1759. 

Lieut. Robert Frans. 
Lieut Nath 1 - Wyatt. 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Of what Company of 
Militia. 


Connecticut . . ... 


Weaver 


Capt. Wallace's 


North Castle 


Cooper 


do 


Connecticut 


Labourer 


do 


Connecticut 


Blacksmith . . . 


do 


Lonsr Island . 


Labourer .... 


do 


S 

Ireland 


Labourer .... 


do 


Connecticut 


Labourer .... 


do 


Connecticut 


Labourer .... 


do 


Connecticut 


Labourer .... 


do 


Connecticut 


Cordwainer . . . 


do 


Connecticut 


Labourer . . 


do 


Connecticut 


Labourer .... 


do 


Long Island .... 


Labourer .... 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


Capt. Rogers's 


Whiteplains 


do 


do 


Long Island 


do 


do 


Germany 


Taylor 


do 


Connecticut 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cordwainer . . 


do 


Long Island 


Weaver 


do 


Mamarock 


Labourer .... 


do 


Bedford 


Labourer .... 


do 


Boston 


Cordwainer . . 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


Canterbury . . 


Hatter 


do 


Connecticut 


Labourer .... 


Capt Lobdell's 


Boston 


Labourer .... 


do 


New York 


do 


do 


Long Island 


do 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


do 


Cordwainer. . . 


do 


Rye 


Labourer .... 


do 


Cortland's Manor .... 
Salem 


do 
do 


do 
do 


Philipsburgh 


Weaver 


do 


Connecticut 


Carpenter . 


do 



i86 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
InlUting. 


Age. 


Samuel Pial 


Ap 1 - 2 


16 


Joseph Dickson 


Ap 1 - 3 


18 


Isaac June 


M'ch 14 


20 


Abraham Depue 


M'ch 20 


20 


John Chandler 


M'ch 20 


27 


Gabriel Travis 


Ap 1 * 


26 


David Jones 


Ap 1 - 10 


4Q 


Increase Cuttler 


M'ch 21 


16 


William Dickson 


Ap 1 21 


2Q 


Abrah m Kronkheyt 


Ap 1 21 


16 


Joseph Tuttle 


Ap 1 21 


2O 


Albertus Vantassel 


Ap 1 - 21 


4-8 


Jeremiah Brewer J r 


Ap 1 22 


22 


Andrew Robinson 


M'ch 20 


18 


John Miller . 


M'ch 21 


16 


Caleb Sherwood 


M'ch 19 


IQ 


Nicholas Depue 


M'ch 17 


1 y 
17 


Jeremiah Wood 


M'ch 1 8 


18 


Anthony Blauer 


Ap 1 - A 


27 


Gilbert Travis 


M'ch 17 


*/ 

16 


Henry Rich . . 


M'ch 2 1 


en 


James Reynolds 


M'ch 17 


j^ 
IQ 


Gilbert Yeomans 


Ap 1 - 2 1 


1 y 

18 


John Shaffers 


M'ch ^o 


2? 


Abrah m - Slott 


Ap 1 - 20 


*j 

28 


William Brock 


M'ch IQ 


AO 


Peter Mills 


M'ch 1 5 


Tr"* 

17 


Thomas Gray. . 


Ap 1 21 


1 / 
21 


Thomas Welch 


M'ch 22 


2^ 


Henry Derry . . 


M'ch 27 


*3 

16 


John Branegint . . 


M'ch ^2 


j w 

?Q 


Isaa Hewson 


Ap'- 10 


0V 

16 


Deliverance Concklin 


Ap 1 - 7 


20 


Isaac Jacobs. . 


/ 
M'ch ' > ' > 


20 


Joseph Concklin 


M'ch r> " > 


IQ 


Isaac Yocks 


An 1 - 7 


*y 

27 


John Haff 


rx r' / 
An 1 - 7 


^ I 

18 


Samuel Hewson 


/ 

Ap 1 - A 


20 


Gilbert Weeks 


I i.p ^. 

M'ch IQ 


18 


John Champbell. . 


M'ch IQ 


20 


Peter Sherine 


M'ch IQ 


*y 

18 


John Stoakam 


AP L ^ 


12 


Walter Lewis. . 


"I* o 
Ao 1 2 


J^ 
2A 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1759- 



i8 7 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Of what Company of 
Militia. 


Connecticut 


Labourer 


Capt. Lobdell's 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Jn 0- Verplanck's 


Courtland Manor .... 


do 


do 


England 


do 


do 


Philipsburgh . . . 


do 


do 


Long Island 


Carpenter . 


do 


Salem 


Labourer .... 


do 


Ireland 


do 


do 


Courtlands Manor. . . . 
do 
Philipsburgh 


do 
do 
Weaver 


do 
do 
do 


Tersev . 


Miller . . . 


do 


Rhoad Island 


Labourer .... 


Capt. Ph. Verplanck's 


Courtland's Manor. . . 
Rye 


do 
do 


do 
do 


Philipsburgh .... 


Weaver 


do 


Courtlands M r - 


Labourer .... 


do 


Switzer 


do 


do 


Courtland's M r - 


do 


do 


Switzer 


Cooper 


do 


Connecticut 


Blacksmith . . . 


do 


Eastchester 


Labourer .... 


do 


Germany ... 


Weaver 


do 


Yonkers , 


Cordwainer . . 


do 


Tersev . 


Weaver ... 


do 


Dutchess 


Labourer 


do 


Long Island 


Cordwainer . . . 


do 


Ireland 


Cooper 


Capt. Jacobus Teller's 


England 


Mason 


do 


at Sea 


Labourer .... 


do 


Philipsburgh 


do 


do 


Courtland M r 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Philipsburgh 


Weaver . . . 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


North Castle 


do 


Capt. Brown's 


Philadelphia 


Weaver 


do 


Courtland's M r - 


do 


do 


Courtlands M r - 


Cordwainer. . . 


do 


North Castle . 


Labourer . 


do 



1 88 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Day of 
Inlisting. 



Age. 



Jacob Vanschoy Ap 1 20 25 

John Van Veer Ap 1 10 38 

Henry Birdsell i M'ch 19 19 

Nath 1 - Robinson Ap 1 3 31 

Samuel Jenkins Ap 1 - 10 22 

Joseph Haight j Ap 1 - 6 20 

Josiah Lockwood M'ch 14 22 

Jacob Travis M 'ch 20 1 8 

James Saltz M'ch 20 24 

Nath 1 - Finch Ap 1 10 18 

John Lyon M'ch 26 22 

Timothy Ketcham Ap 1 - 3 38 

Jacob Shaffer M'ch 26 17 

Zedekiah Kircham j Ap 1 - 2 1 28 

Simon Paddue i Ap 1 - 3 40 

John Loosee Ap 1 10 27 

William Carr Ap 1 27 30 

Gabriel Hewson M'ch 26 21 

Total 101 

The above Muster Roll made up and delivered Capt. Jona 

JOHN THOMAS, Muster Master 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASSED 

JOSHUA BLOOMER HIS 

Capt. Joshua Bloomer. 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Peter Coleshee. . . , 

James Blaun 

James Davis , 

Elisha Merritt 

Isaac Brigs 

David Carter 

Jesse Adams , 

James Brown 

Anthony Lovelett 
William Snow 

Cato Thomas 

Stephen Pryer . . . . 



Day of 
InlistK 



Feb* 

M'ch 
M'ch 10 
Feb> 26 
M'ch 
M'ch 
M'ch 
M'ch 26 
M'ch 26 
Ap'- 5 
M'ch 17 
Ap 1 - 3 



24 
16 



13 

T 

I 2 



Age. 



36 
28 

18 



20 
21 
38 

35 

21 

49 



Where Born. 



France 

Ireland 

Long Island 

Rye 

Eastchester 

Ireland 

Scarsdale . . . 
Mannroneck 

France 

England 

Rye 

England . . . . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 759. 



189 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Of what Company of 
Militia. 


Long Island 


Labourer. . . 


Capt. Brown's 


Westchester 


do 


do 


Long Island 


Weaver 


do 


Courtland's M r 


Labourer .... 


Capt. Hyatt's 


\Vestchester Co 


do 


Capt. Roger's 


Rye 


Weaver 


Capt. Hyatt's 


Connecticut 


Toyner . . 


do 


Courtland's M r- 


Labourer .... 


do 


L. Island 


Weaver 


do 


Dutchess Co 


Labourer .... 


do 


Westchester 


do 


do 


Long Island 


do 


do 


Dutchess Co 


do 


do 


Long Island 


do 


do 


Ireland . . 


Weaver 


do 


Westchester 


Labourer .... 


do 


Ireland 


Weaver 


do 


Philipsburgh . . . 


Labourer 


do 









than Haight the first May 1759. 
for West Chester Countv. 



pr me 



MUSTER IN THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER FOR CAPT. 
COMPANY APRIL 30 1759. 

Lie* Henry Bayean. 
Lie'- Joseph Ball. 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Officer who Inlisted. 


Blacksmith . . . 


Capt. Theall 


Capt. Bloomer 


Pewterer 


do 


do 


Taylor 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Weaver . . 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Woolcomber . 


do 


do 



i go 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
InlistK 


Age. 


Where Born. 


James Kniffen 


Feb y - 26 


16 


Rye 


Abraham Haight . . . . 


M'ch 25 


17 


Whiteplains 


Beniamn Haicrht 


Mch 26 


16 


Connecticut 


J o 

Daniel Hobbs 


Mch 


21 


Long Island 


William MHorne 


Feb>- 26 


1 8 


Sarotagha 


Jonathan Merritt 


Mch 10 


48 


Rye. 


Richard M c Master 


Mch 15 


T.Q 


Ireland 


Peter Merrit 


Feb> 28 


IQ 


Rye . 


David Kniffen 


M'ch 15 


44 


Rye. 


Joseph Williams 


Feb> 27 


1 8 


Rye . 


Amos HaiVht . 


M'ch 12 


I 7 


Connecticut 


o 

Ichabod Ogden 


M'ch 12 


17 


Connecticut .... 


Adam Boat 


Feb> 26 


IQ 


Mamaroneck 


Amos Quarters . 


M'ch 4 


16 


Rye . 


Joseph Merritt . 


Feb y - 26 


24 


Rye . 


Thomas Nicolls 


M'ch 1 1 


28 


Connecticut 


John M c Cormock. 


Feb v 27 


28 


Maryland 


James German 


M'ch 19 


?8 


Swizter 


Robert James 


M'ch 22 


A"t 


England 


Augustus Jay 


M'ch 8 


9 


York- 


Stephen Murray . 


Ap 1 - o 


^6 


France 


Benjamin Jones 


M'ch 22 


j w 

3O 


Connecticut 


Robert Willson 


M'ch 21 


j w 
^ i 


Ireland 


Henry Cole. . 


April "> 


j * 
-'S 


Highlands 


Abraham Williams .... 


M'ch 21 


21 


Philipsburgh 


Isaac Williams 


Ap 1 i 


i \ 


do 


Isaac Storm 


M'ch 27 


IO 


do 


Daniel Willsee 


M'ch 17 


*y 
18 


do 


Jeremiah Storm 


M'ch 23 


2"^ 


do 


Jacob Boyse . 


M'ch >; 


I 7 


do 


Henry Maybee . 


M'ch 23 


2 I 


do 


William Hutson 


M'ch 28 


IQ 


do 


Israel Thornwell 


Ap 1 - s 


18 


Jersey . 


Abr m Van Woort 


M'ch 27 


21 


Philipsbur nr h 


Barnt Dutneyhor 


M'ch 28 


18 


do 


Abrah m - Concklin 


Ap 1 ^ 


16 


do 


Nathan Appleby . 


M'ch ->S 


2^ 


Eastchester 


Adam Michael 


Ap 1 i 


^ J 
1A 


Long Island 


George Goodman 


* v r J 

M'ch 12 


j4 
21 


England 


Samuel Phillips 


M'ch ->3 


^ j 

16 


Rhoad Island 


Moses Bishop 


Ap 1 


I 7 


Phillipsbur (r h 


Samuel Fowler. . 


J *-f 3 

Ap'- A 


'/ 
SO 


Eastchester . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1759- 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Officer who Inlisted. 


Labourer 


Capt. Theall 


Capt. Bloomer 


Labourer 


do 


Lieut. Bull 


Labourer 


do 


Capt. Bloomer 


Cord wai ner 


do 


( under Capt. Hewlet 


Labourer 


Capt. Purdy 


( on Long Island 
Capt. Bloomer 


Labourer 


do 


do 


\Veaver 


do 


do 


Taylor 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Labourer . . 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Cordwainer . . 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Cooper 


of the Troop 


do 


Labourer .... 


of the Troop 


do 


Labourer .... 


of the Troop 


Lieut. Ball 


Labourer .... 


of the Troop 


Lieut. Bayeaux 


Labourer .... 


Capt. Griffen . ... 


Capt. Bloomer 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


Capt. Wallace 


do 


Clerk 


Capt. Holmes 


do 


Labourer . . . 


Capt. Buckbul 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Labourer . . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Weaver . . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Marriner 


Capt. Fowler 


do 


Roper 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



192 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Jnliste- 


Age. 


Where Born. 


Joseph Lawrence .... 
John Monday . . . . 


Ap 1 - 2 

Ap'- 2 
Ap 1 ' 21 

Ap'- 3 
Ap 1 - i 
M'ch 6 
M'ch 31 
Ap'- 3 
Ap 1 - 3 
Ap'- 3 
Ap 1 23 
Ap'- 8 
Ap'- 29 
Ap'- 29 
M'ch 22 
Ap' 4 
Ap' 4 
Ap'- 4 
Ap'- 3 
Ap' 3 
M'ch 27 
Ap'- 17 
Ap 1 - 25 
Ap' 26 
Ap'- 2 
Ap' 9 
M'ch 19 
Ap'- 1 8 
M'ch 22 
Ap' 30 
M'ch 21 
M'ch 30 
Ap' 9 
M'ch 20 
M'ch 9 
M'ch 21 
M'ch 12 
Ap'- 26 
Ap' 23 


23 

43 
33 
31 
44 
23 

19 
46 

18 

40 
52 
3i 

22 

23 
2 9 

18 
'9 
19 

17 

21 

32 
24 

25 
21 

30 
2 9 

23 

18 

17 
28 
18 

'9 
44 
17 

20 
22 

19 
21 

18 


Eastchester 


do 


Jeremiah Fowler 


do 


Mark Christian 


Boston 


Isaac Secord 


New Rochell .... 


John Morrell 


France 


Francis Morrell 


Germany 


Daniel Dear 


Germany 


Joseph Rodman, Jr. ... 
Obadiah Thorn 


Long Island . . . 


Long Island 


Abrah" 1 Barbozatt 


Switzer 


Gloude Boatman ... 


France 


James Rhoads 


England 


Matthew Hudson .... 


England 


John Jordan 


Scotland 


Thomas Storm 


Philipsburgh . . . 


John Miller 


do 


Stephen Van Tassel 1 . . 
Charles Vincent 


do 


Dutches Co 


John Van Tassell 


Philipsburgh . 
Scotland 


Hugh Campbell 


Collins Chapman 


Connecticut 


Samuel Street 


do 


William Johnson 


New York 


Jonathan Bouden 


Connecticut 


James Barnes 


Lonu Island . 


George Divers 


r> 

Germany 


Jonathan Sherwood . . . 
Thomas Johnson 


Philipsburgh 


Westchester 


Jacob Bird 


Germany . . . . 


Thomas Davids 


Philipsburgh 


Abr m Deveer 


do . . 


Valentine Ryneek 
Jeremiah Baker 


Germany 


Philipsburgh . . 


William Van Wort .... 
Peter Boyse 


do 


do 


John Hitchcock 


do 


John Taylor 


Rve 


John Bryer 


i^y^ . . . 

New Rochel . . 







The above Muster Roll made up and delivered Capt. 
May I st 1759. JOHN THOMAS, Muster Master 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1759. 



193 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Officer who Inlisted. 


Toyner . 


Capt. Fowler 


Capt. Bloomer 


Labourer . . . 


do 


do 


Shoemaker . . . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Secord 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Stone Cutter . 


do 


do 


Cooper 


do 


do 


Blacksmith . . . 


do 


do 


Marriner 


do 


do 


Carpenter .... 


Capt. Drake 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


Lieut. Bull 


do 


do 


Capt. Bloomer 


do 


do 


do 


Blacksmith. . . 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


Lieut. Bull 


do .... 
Carpenter .... 


Capt. Is. Underhill. . . . 
Capt. Vermilea 


Capt. Bloomer 
do 


Marriner 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Blacksmith. . . 


Capt. Underhill 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Lieut. Bull 


Labourer .... 


Caot. Concklin 


Capt. Bloomer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cooper 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


do .... 
do 


do 
do 


do 

do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


Capt. Secord 


do 









Bloomer pr me 
for Westchester County. 
13 



194 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASSED 
Gilbert Potter, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMKS. 



Day. 



Age. 



John Wo'olfe Ap 1 - 3 

Bower Slason M'ch 1 2 17 

Jacob Cansibome Ap 1 - 3 19 

Terrence Newger do 9 20 

Jonathan Rogers i do 3 26 

Simon Cooper do 10 19 

Thomas George M'ch 20 

Benjamin Toms ; Ap. 2 19 

William Russels do 2 18 

Pack Pharris do 3 20 

Domnick Caveny I Mar 28 29 

Timothy Abbet Ap. 3 21 

Zopher Wilmot M. 20 22 

John Coone Ap. 3 35 

John Cline J do 3 30 

David Griswell I do 9 23 

Richard Peirce j do 9 19 

James Cason j do 9 17 

James Harp do 3 26 

Jacob Tryon Ma 12 18 

Jacob Fisher Ap 9 26 

Robert Ervin Ma. 18 19 

William Blake Ap. 3 29 

Peter, Indian Ma 1 3 39 

William Tuthill I do 20 25 

Jacob Jule Ap. 3 

John Moguer do 3 

Isaac Conkling j Mar 29 

Nathaniel Brown Ap. 1 7 

John Ruland do 3 

Joseph Mitchel do 28 

Abraham Ruland do 3 18 

Jacob Ruland do 3 

Benjamin Smith Ma. 19 20 

Samuel Hosawell do 19 

Robert Hareholt do 19 20 

John Rolofe do 30 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1759- 



MUSTER IN THE COUNTY OF SUFFOLK APRIL 1759. 

Jesse Platt, lieutenants. 

Joseph Brewster, j 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
the Militia. 


Wittenberg in Germany . 
Stamford, in Conn 


Labourer . . . 
do 


Lieut. Tim y - Scudder 
do 


Suffolk County 


Weaver 


do 


Ireland 


Baker 


do 


Huntington Suffolk Co . . 


Weaver 


do 


do 
London 


Shoemaker. . 
a Cook 


do 
Capt. Joseph Lewis 


New Jersey 


BlackSmith. 


do 


Huntington Suffolk Co . . 
Connecticut 


Shoe Maker. 
Weaver . . . 


do 
do 


Ireland 


Lab r - 


do 


Hunting"- Suffolk Co 
Connecticut 


Shoe Maker. 
Fuller 


do 
do 


Queens County 


Shoe Maker. 


do 


Germany 


Nail Maker. . 


do 


Connecticut 


Cloather .... 


do 


Berkshire 


Seaman 


do 


Huntington 


Lab r - 


do 


West of England 


Seaman . . . 


do 


Stamford Conn 


Cooper 


Capt. Isaac Platt 


Germany 


Weaver 


Capt. Lewis 


Ireland ... 


Butcher . . . 


Capt. Isaac Platt 


Old England 


Mason 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Lab r - 


Capt. Lewis 


Old England 


Baker 


Capt. Platt 


Germany 


Butcher .... 


do 


Ireland 


Labourer . . . 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Shoe Maker. 


do 


Huntington Suffolk 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Shoe Maker. 


L t- Scudder 


Block Island . 


do 


do 


do 


Lab r - 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Hatter 


Capt. Lewis 


Germany 


Mason 


Capt. Platt 


do 


Baker 


Capt. Lewis 


Prusian . 


Labourer . 


L t- Scudder 



196 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Day. 



Age. 



Andrew Bradly Ma. 

Timothy Pangborn do 

Edmund Andreiss Aug' 

Samuel Lord ' Mar 

Benjamin Higgins ! Ap. 

Nathan Alaba ' Ma 

John Jones | Ap. 

Jesse Ford Ap. 

Thomas Roe do 

Peter Slason I do 

William Forbes Ma. 

Elisha Baker I do 

Josiah Bassett A. 

John Rinchard do 

Benjamin Rumsey do 

James Johnson ! do 

Ebenezer Loveland J do 

Charles Hadden do 

William Johnson do 

Peter Pond do 

Zachariah Pond do 

John Sherwood Ma 

Thomas Hayhurst do 



Abraham Samson 

Jesse Garret 

Sam Powagen, Indian 

William Ward 

Ludlow Waeen . . 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



30 
15 

9 
26 

3 
20 

2 
I I 
I I 

2 

19 
30 

4 
17 

15 

12 
21 
21 
21 

17 

5 

H 
27 

21 
21 
21 
21 
18 



25 
46 

28 

23 

19 
21 

41 
4 8 

50 

19 
21 

22 

23 
28 

25 
40 

17 

25 

40 

19 
17 
23 

22 

17 

'9 

20 

34 
17 



Amos Lane the person the Company determined should go 

James Bucanan ' Ap. 

Michael Allen Ma. 



do 
do 



Benjamin Davis 

John H olden 

Solomon Hains do 

Arthur Akerly do 

Ephraim Bayly 



Mar. 
do 



10 

27 
31 
26 

30 
26 

4 
16 

15 



Aug'- 24 



Charles Killis 
Namus, Indian 
Simon, Indian. 

John Cluck, Indian I Aug. 9 

Hue Manaman M a> 26 

Ebenezer Hulse j Ap. 

Joel Canfield do 



12 

IS 



56, 



18 
24 

22 
21 
21 
30 

18 
!9 

IS 

18 

22 
19 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I75Q. 



I 9 7 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
the Militia. 


Germany 


Baker 


Capt. Platt 


New Jersey 


Lab r 


Capt. Lewis 


do 


Shoemaker. . 


Lieut. Scudder 


Conecticut 


Taylour. . 


Capt. Lewis 


Queens County 


Lab r - 


do 


Suffolk Co 


do 


L t- Scudder 


Cumberland O. E 


Seaman 


do 


Massachusetts 


Founder 


do 


do 


Lab r - 


Capt. Lewis 


Connecticut 


do 


L* Scudder 


Westchester 


Shoemaker . . 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


Huntington 


Blacksmith . . 


Capt Lewis 


Germany 


Soap Boyler. 


Capt. Platt 


Connecticut 


Cooper 


Capt. Job. Smith 


on Upward Ireland 


Lab r - 


do 


Conecticut 


Seaman 


do 


Massachusetts . 


Blacksmith . . 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


Connecticut 


Shoe Maker. 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Buck in Pennsylvania. . . . 


Cooper 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Lab r - .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


New York 


Sailor 


do 


Suffolk Co. . 


Labourer . 


do 



for Capt. Job Smith Comp y - in Suffolk County. 



Suffolk Co 


Taylour .... 
Butcher 


Capt. Strong 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


Ireland 


Connecticut 


Taylour .... 
Weaver 
Labourer . . . 
do 
do ... 
do ... 
do 
do ... 
do ... 
do ... 
do ... 
do 


New Jersey 


Connecticut 


Suffolk County 


Haddam Con 


Suffolk County 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Wallinp-ford Conn . 



198 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day 





Age. 


John Shipman 


Ap. 


C 




Edward Shipman 


do 


A 


21 


Benjamin Rice 


do 


A 


7C 


Stephen Bates 


do 


A 


JJ 
7C 


Jared Whedon 


do 


A 


JJ 

21 


Richard Helme 


do 


IQ 


IQ 


James Comstick 


do 


A 


y 

22 


Benjamin Tanst 


Ma 


2\ 




John Burrajje . 


Ap 


A 


77 


J o 

Ezekiel Bundy 


do 


A 


J J 
21 


Azel Tanst 


Ma 




IQ 


Daniel Lane . , 


do 


2\ 


*y 


Tom Hoel 


do 


2\ 


IQ 


Kellis, Molato 


do 




*y 
18 


Joseph Sevvard 


do 


3O 


Al 


Aaron Meech 


Ap 


A 


*t ' 
46 


Waifst-ill Conl: 


i ly. 
A 


A 


*f x -' 

J T 



Kellis, Molato 


do 


- j 


*y 
18 


Joseph Sevvard 


do 


-Q 


Al 


Aaron Meech 


Ap 


A 


*t ' 
4 6 


Waitstill Cook 


i ly. 
Ap 


A 


*f x -' 
7,1 


James Wallsworth 


* i 
Mar 


7,0 


J l 
2A 


John Trubby 


Ap 


1 8 


2O 


William Maltby 


A IJJ 

do 




28 


Nathaniel Clark 


do 


IQ 


2C 


Samuel Bayly 


do 


*y 


* 3 


Daniel Max 


A 


A 


2c 


Amos Lucas 


do 


A 


21 


Simon Parmely 


do 




18 


Phineas Comstick 


do 






William Crook 


do 


A 


22 


George Sexton 


do 




22 


Jabeth Bates. . 


do 


A 


2C 


Richard Robinson 


do 




21 


Hezekiah Bayly . 


do 




22 


Jacob Surut 


Ma 






Martin Brown 


Ma. 


IQ 


4 


CAI-T N - BARNABAS TUTHILL 
Abraham Turner 


Ap. 


y 

2 




Robert Brown 


j. .^f. 
Ma. 




^o 


Samuel Teel 


Ap 


2 


^ 


Ebenezer Field 


j. i^. 
do 


-7 


2^ 


Sylos Johnson, Indian 


do 


2 


16 


Joseph Hall . . 


do 


-7 


I 7 


Ira Whiteman . 


do 


2 


1 / 
IQ 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1759- 



199 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
the Militia. 


Seabrook Conn 


Labourer . . . 


Capt. Strong 


do 


do 


do 


Wallingford Conn 


do 


do 


Durham Conn 


do 


do 


Brandford Conn 


Toyner .... 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Taylour 


do 


Seabrook Conn 


Shoemaker. . 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Lab r - 


do 


Massachusetts 


\Veaver . . . 


do 


Preston Conn 


Shoemaker 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Black Smith 


do 


do 


Tovner 


do 


do 


Lab r - . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


\Veaver .... 


do 


Preston Conn 


Lab r - 


do 


Wallingsford Conn 


do 


do 


Groton Conn 


do 


do 


Lime Conn 


Hatter 


do 


Seabrook Conn 


\Veaver 


do 


Connecticut 


Lab r - 


do 


Hadden Conn 


Lab 


Capt. Davis 


Walingsford Conn 


Black Smith. 


do 


Middletown 


Carpenter . . . 


do 


Durham 


Lab r - 


do 


Conecticut 


Joyner. . . . 


do 


Massachusets 


Lab r - 


do 


Conecticut 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Suffolk Co 


farmer 


do 


Conecticut 


Blacksmith . . 


do 


Suffolk Co . 


Lab r - 


do 


do 


Weaver . . 


do 



DANIEL GOULDSMITH, "I T 

DANIEL GRIFFIN, } LIEUTENANTS. 



Conecticut 

Scotland 

Massachusets 

Gilford Conn 

Killingsworth Conn. 

do 
Durham Conn. . 



Shoemaker. . 

Barber 

Leather Dres r 
Lab r - 

do 

do 

Gouldsmith . 



Capt. Budd 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



2OO 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day. 




Age. 


Samuel Tully 


Ap. 


2 


21 


Peter Hall 


do 


2 


2O 


Timothy Shally 


do 


2 


10 


Phineas Beckwith 


Ma. 


22 


24 


Benjamin Shaddock 


do 


23 


36 


Thomas \Vait 


do 


23 


24 


Daniel Whiteman 


do 


22 


24 


Gamaliel Bayly 


Ap. 


3 


21 


John Saunders . 


Ma 


3O 


26 


John \Varn pana <r e 


do 


24 


23 


Christopher Brown 


do 


21 


2O 


Charles Manncman 


do 


18 


4Q 


Moses Hutchenson 


do 


10 


32 


Samuel Rucket 


do 


27 


17 


Tho s Reeve 


Ap. 


3O 


21 


Nathaniel Wells 


do 


?8 


IQ 


Kphraim Brown .... 


do 


30 


37 


(.'APT. STKPHKN SAYRK. 
Amos Babcock 


Mar 


15 


22 


Anthony Fowler 


do 


1C 


2O 


Adam Pharow 


do 


15 


1 8 


Isaac, Indian 


do 


I C 


18 


Thomas Baker 


A p. 


3 


17 


Joshua Larkin 


Ma 


2C 


26 


Oliver Rathbun 


do 


22 


23 


Thomas Cottrel 


do 


2C 


2O 


Mathew Malonev 


do 


24 


2C. 


Cornelius Jobe 


do 


2O 


2O 


George Webby 


do 


2O 


24 


Benjamin Leek 


do 


20 


22 


John Edward 


do 


22 


2O 


Edward Bennit 


do 


22 


IQ 


Coffe Thomas 


do 


1C 


16 


Lawrence Poyneg . 


do 


1C 


24 


Edmund Perry 


do 


24 


C I 


Francis Summer 


do 


1C 


4O 


Thomas Rumbelow 


do 


I C 


23 


William Dove 


do 


16 


IQ 


Benjamin Stephens . 


do 


1C 


22 


Isaac Benjamin 


do 


2Q 


17 


Amos Larking- . 


do 


20 


24 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 759. 



2OI 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
the Militia. 


Killingsworth Conn 


Lab r - 


Capt. Budd 


do 


do 


do 


Gilford 


Cooper 


do 


Lime in Conn 


Sadler 


do 


do in do 


Lab r - 


'do 


do do 


Farmer 


do 


Dutchess Co. N. Y 


Lab r - 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Cooper 


do 


Lime in Conn 


do 


do 


New London . 


do 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Lab r 


Capt. \Visner 


Suffolk Co 


Lab r - 


do 


Hebron Conn 


do 


do 


Suffolk Co 


do 


do 


Suffolk Co 


do 


do 


do 


Joyner 


do 


do 


Lab r - . 


do 



JONATHAN BAKER, { LlEUTENANTS 
ELIAS HALSEY, J ^ IE 



Newport 


Lab r - 


Capt. Isaac Barr 


Suffolk Co 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cordwainer . 


do 


New Port 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Cloather .... 


do 


Hopkington . . 


Farmer . . 


do 


Limerick Ireland 


do 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


do 


Seaman 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Weaver . . 


do 


do 


Taylour .... 


do 


do 


Lab r - 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Stonington 


Seaman 


do 


Plymouth in Massach ts- . . 


Lab r - 


do 


Ireland 


Taylour. . 


Capt. Mulford 


Old England 


Lab r 


do 


Connecticut 


farmer 


do 


Old England 


Shoe Maker . 


do 


Preston Conn. 


Labor 1 "* 


do 


Rhode Island . 


Weaver . . 


do 



2O2 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day. 




Age. 


Thomas Morris. ... 


Ma. 


20 


W 


Elmadam Osman 


do 


21 


22 


Ezekiel Coocker 


do 


27 


10 


Silas Webb 


do 


21 


21 


Samuel Hallock 


do 


4 


"^1 


Nehemiah \Villiams. 


M. 


2Q 


IQ 


Josiah Benjamin 


do 


y 

27 


*y 

25 


James \Varner . 


Ap. 


T. 


21 


Joshua Goldsmith 


M. 


1O 


21 


John Clark 


do 


21 


IQ 


Benjamin Patty 


A. 


18 


20 


Seth Marvin 


Ma. 


21 


2Q 


Thomas Reeve 


do 


24 


2O 


Jasper Peck J r 


do 


21 


22 


Peter Hart 


do 


24 


27 


Elias Bebee 


Ap. 


T. 


2\ 


Abraham Johnson 


Ma. 


27 


2O 


Jeremiah Dickenson 


do 


11 


17 


Namus Kellis 


Ap. 


12 


2; 


Peter, Indian 


A. 


2 


25 


Samuel Brooks 


A p. 


21 


41 


Joshua Chappel 


do 


21 


38 


William Minnon 


Ap 


C 


26 


Joseph Gorton 


Ap. 


6 


AA 


Nathaniel King . 


Ap. 


4 


2t; 


Edward Hawkins 


do 


IO 


22 


William Becket 


Ma 


21 


21 


Joseph Roger 


Ap. 


T. 


18 


Ambrose Eglestone 


do 


2 


IQ 


Benjamin Glover 


do 


2 


IQ 


Silas Peck 


do 


2 


11 


John Clark 


do 


6 


AA 


Randolp Clark . 


Ma 


21 


2; 


Ephraim Gouldsmith 


Ap. 


I 1 


18 


Thomas Brown 


Ma 


21 


26 


Robert Gates 


do 


T.Q 


1 1 


William Penny 


Ap. 




1 7 


David Marrow T r 


* f' 
Ap. 


Q 


IQ 


John Chatfeeld 


j. ip. 
Ap. 


y 

T. 


1 y 
18 


Thomas Filer ... 


j. .^. 
Mar. 


2Q 


20 


Daniel Cocheat 


Ap. 


*;7 

3 


20 


Daniel Minor 


j. ip. 
Ap 


27 


I 7 


Joseph Jeffry . 


* *tr* 

do 


M 


1 / 
17 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1759. 



203 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
the Militia. 


Rhode Island. 


Weaver 


Capt. Mulford 


do 


Shoemaker . 


do 


Haddam Conn 


do 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Seaman .... 


do 


do 


Farmer 


do 


Groton Conn 


Shoemaker. . 


do 


Connecticut 


Gunsmith . . . 


do 


do 


Farmer 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Blacksmith . . 


do 


Suffolk County 


Weaver. . . . 


do 


Massachusets 


Taylour .... 


do 


Lime Conecticut 


Lab r - 


Capt. Dan 1 Osborn 


Suffolk County 


Shoemaker. . 


do 


Lime Conn 


Lab r 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Cooper 


do 


Lime Conn 


Farmer 


do 


Suffolk Co 


do 


do 


do 


Weaver .... 


do 


do 


Lab r - 


do 


Conecticut 


Lab r - 


do 


New London . . 


Soldier 


Cap Moore 


do 


Lab r - 


do 


do 


Carpenter . . . 


do 


Norwich 


do 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Weaver .... 


do 


New London 


Tovner . 


do 


do 


Blacksmith . . 


do 


Lime in Conn 


Turner 


do 


Conecticut 


Carpenter. . . 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Cooper 


do 


Connecticut .... 


Farmer 


do 


Old England 


do 


Capt. D 1 - Wells 


do 


do 


do 


Suffolk Co 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Ireland 


Chair Maker. 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Tovner . 


do 


do 


Lab r - 


do 


Suffolk Co 


do 


do 


do 


Taylour .... 


do 


Connecticut 


Lab r 


do 


do 


Lab r 


do 


Suffolk Co.. 


Lab r - . 


do 



204 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day 




Age. 


John \Vabbington 


Ap. 


I C 


IQ 


Ned Gardner 


Ap. 


7 


*-y 

T>2 


\Villiam Clark 


M. 


IQ 


18 


Kbenezer Cooper 


do 


10 


18 


Josiah Gonnock 


Ap. 


7 


21 


James Culver 


do 


7 


2$ 


Harry, Indian 


do 


7 


^O 


John Quiamps 


do 


7 


18 


Joseph Goodall 


do 


7 


2\ 


Stephen Downer ... 


do 


7 


41 


Eliphalet Posterter 


do 


7 


22 


Obadiah Rhodes 


M. 


-I 


71 


Thomas Gamble 


A. 


7 


18 


Charles Sharper 


do 


7 


7C 


Harry Porras 


Ma 


->6 


25; 


Samuel Bekam 


M. 


1 6 


18 


Asa Hains 


do 


ir> 


20 


Joaph, Indian 


Ap. 


7 


IQ 


Joseph Parks 


do 


T. 


24. 


Ichabud Edwards 


M. 


1 6 


24 


Samuel Ways . 


do 


if> 


2^ 


Benjamin Meelk. . 


do 


20 


27 


Patrick Sinnot 


Ap. 


4 


24 


Oliver Hewit 


M. 


16 


IQ 


Christophen Crouch . 


do 


16 


1 y 
21 


Charles Powheag . 


do 


1 6 


22 


Timothy Meach 


do 


1 6 


18 


Jeremiah Uttly . 


Ap. 


5 


18 


Peter Powheag. , 


Ma 


16 


2O 


Hannibal Gonniel 


do 


20 


2O 


Israel Dewe 


do 


1 6 


22 


John Wags . 


do 


16 


IQ 


Harry, Mustee 


Ap. 


16 


1 y 

1 7 


Joseph Champlin . . 


J. vp. 

M. 


2; 


1 / 
77 


Thomas Stephens . 


A p. 


7 


27. 


Amos Holdridg . 


do 


T. 


22 


John Charles 


do 



7 


IQ 


Edward Petty. . 


do 


IO 


*y 

24 


Timothy Cleaveland. . . 


Ma 


7Q 


^T- 

24 


Samuel Hallet 


A 


? 


2C 


Asa Stephens 


Ma 


J 
7Q 


- j 
24 


David Reeves 


Ap 


-2 


IO 


Josiah Whitter . . 


J. v^. 

do 


J 
7 


24 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1759- 



205 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
the Militia. 


Connecticut .... 


Lab r 


Capt. D 1 - Wells 


Suffolk Co 


do 


do 


do 


Shoe Maker. 


Capt. John Post 


do 


Seaman 


do 


do 


Lab r - 


do 


do 


Carpenter. . . 


do 


do ... 


Lab r 


do 


Preston Conn . 


do 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Weaver 


do 


Preston Conn 


Shoemaker . 


do 


Connecticut 


Lab r - 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Groton Conn 


do 


do 


Suffolk Co 


do 


do 


Groton 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Suffolk Co . . .... 


do 


do 


Connecticut 


Shoemaker. . 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Weaver 


Capt. Topping 1 


Connecticut 


Lab r - 


do 


Suffolk Co 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Stonington 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Preston Conn 


Shoe Maker. 


do 


Stonington 


Lab r 


do 


Suffolk County .... 


do 


do 


Stonington 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Lab r - 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Rhode Island 


Black Smith . 


Capt. Jn- Howell 


Suffolk Co 


Lab r - 


do 


Stoningfton . 


Weaver. . . . 


do 


o 

Suffolk Co . . . 


Lab r - 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Canterbury 


do 


do 


Stonington 


do 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


Suffolk Co 


do 


do 


Preston Conn. , 


do 


do 



2O6 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Day. 



Ma 
do 
do 

A 



David Foster 

Seth Hovvell 

James Lane 

David Burnit 

Samuel Clark J r - I M. 

Elias Howel J r ; Ap. 

John Latham J r - M. 

Samson, Indian do 

Nathan Benjamin j do 

James Mackloin A. 

Elias Rous Ma. 

Jonathan Parker do 

Henry Downing do 

Stephen Starkwather do 

Amos Yarington do 

Bersdick Crocker do 

Cuffe Cuffe .... . . Ap. 

Simeon Bundy do 

Josiah Halsey do 



30 
30 

22 

3 
30 

4 
16 

20 
24 

4 
16 
16 

22 
22 

22 

22 
2 

3 
4 



Age. 



19 
21 

21 

18 

17 
17 

20 

26 

22 
22 
20 
22 
20 
24 

19 
21 

19 
24 

18 



I Disputed between one Capt. Wine and one Capt. Moore 

i Never mustered nor doth any person know where the 

Lost their Quota or whether a mistake in the general Enum- 

the Coll unluckily omitted to take a Coppy of this General 

find out to Rectify it. Thought it not prudent to keep the 

April 30 th 1759. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED & PAST MUSTER 

ZANDT'S COMPANY NEW 



Time of Inlistm 1 


MEN'S NAMES. 


Age. 


March 27 


Henery Pindar 


17 


do 28 


Isaac Fredenberg 


17 


do 26 


Peter Crolis 


21 


do 26 


Martin Myer 


2$ 


do 26 


John Martin 


18 


do 26 


Stephen Babb 


17 


do 27 


John Brower 


2O 


do 25 


John Brookman 


17 


do 21 


John Sharp. . 


10 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1759. 



2O7 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
the Militia. 


Suffolk Co 


Shoe Maker. 


Capt. Jn- Howell 


do 


Lab r 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Shoe Maker. 


do 


Suffolk Co 


do 


Capt. Silas Cook 


Groten 


Carpenter . . . 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Lab r - 


do 


Preston Conn 


Gunsmith. . . 


do 


do 


Taylour .... 


do 


do 


Blacksmith . . 


do 


Coventry do 


Farmer 


do 


Stoninszton do.. 


do 


do 


o 

do 


do 


do 


do 


Shoe Maker. 


do 


Preston do 


Cooper 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Lab r - 


do 


Vollentine Conn 


do 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Weaver 


do 









refusing to abide by the Coll 8 ' Determination, 
defect lies whether any of the Capt 8 - have omitted forgot or 
eration of the Quota at the Meeting of the Coll & Captains 
Quota I have taken some pains and we will take more to 
Roll till then. 

GEO. MUIRSON, ) ,, ,, 
NATH- WOODHULL, > Muster Masters ' 



FOR THE COUNTY OF NEW YORK FOR CAPT. TOBIAS VAN 
YORK MAY 2 1759. 



Trade. 



Where Born. 



Marriner 

Shoemaker 

do 

do 

Leather dresser. 
House Carpenf- 

Joyn r - 

do 

House Carp r - . . . 



New York 

do 

do 

do 
Germany 
N. York 

County of Bergen Jersey 
N. York 

do 



208 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



Time of Inlistm'- 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Age. 



March 27 
do 21 
do 27 
do 27 
do 21 
do 25 
do 13 
do 28 
Ap 1 - 

do 

do 

do 

do 2 
March 16 
Ap 1 - 3 

do 4 

M'ch 19 

do 19 

Ap 1 - 5 

do 

Mar. 

Ap 1 - 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 14 

do 14 

do 16 

do 18 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



i 
28 

7 
7 
7 
8 

12 



21 



20 
17 
24 
23 
23 
23 
23 
18 

23 
23 

20 

27 



Sam 1 - Chapman . . . 

Peter White 

Sam 1 - Taylor 

'John Valantine 

ijames M c Kay 

Will" 1 Power 

Andrew Meverick. 
John Middeburg . . 

George Bistell 

John Terrill 

George Horn 

Andrew Charles . . 
Nath 1 Fretengham 

John Ramsey 

John Campbell 

Will" 1 - Little 

Rob 1 - Cross 

Charles Cox 

Dan 1 - Sutton ... 

Israel Rogers 

Christ" Prean 

Edward Tout 

Joseph Stall 

Allex r - MTall .... 

'John Geutcr 

John Hummer . . . . , 

Paul Williams 

William Murray . . 
William Wallace.. 

Phillip Hone 

James Wheller 
James Emmott. . . . 

Will. English 

Aaron Artoes 

Will" 1 Bladen 

George Ash 

James Diblin , 

Daniel Buttler 

Daniel Linch 

Charles Tempel 
Edward Brown . . . 

James Lyon 

Pullus Schylus 
Joseph Bunghall . . 



26 
18 
18 

17 
26 

17 
30 
18 

44 

20 
20 
28 

35 
40 
20 
20 

'9 
'9 
23 
28 

30 

25 
30 
19 

22 

'9 
21 

16 

17 

16 

20 
19 

18 

23 

19 
18 

21 

31 

28 

16 
19 

40 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1 759. 



209 



Trade. 


Where Born. 


Lab r 


G. Britain 


Cooper . 


N. York 


Lab r - 


England 


Shoemaker 


o 

Phillipsburgh 


Bricklayer 


Ireland 


Lab r - i 


London 


Painter 


Boston 


Shoemaker 


N. York 


Leather dresser 


England 




Ireland 


Soldier 


Germany 


Taylor 


Ireland 


Marriner 


N. England 


An Old Smugler 


o 

Scotland 


Potter 


N. York 


Marriner 


do 


Hatter 


do 


do 


Long Island 


Marriner 


Burlington 


Blacksmith 


Eliz: Town 


Baker 


Germany 


Shoemaker 


Philadelphia 


Marriner 


Marlborough 


do 


Ireland 


Shoemaker 


N. York 


Marriner 


Germany 


do 


England 


do 


Ireland 


Shoemaker 


N. York 


Joyner 


do 


Baker 


Phillips Manner 


Shoemaker 


Cowneck 


do 


N. York 


Baker 


N. Jersey 


Marriner 


City of London 


Taylor 


Brunswick 


Lab r - 


Ireland 


do 


do 


Taylor 


Cork 


Marriner 


England 


Lab r - 


Gloucestershire 


Marriner 


Ireland 


Blacksmith 


Germany 


Lab r - . 


do 



2IO 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



Time of 


Inlistm 1 - 


MEN'S NAMES. 


AGE. 


Ap 1 - 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


20 
IS 

23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
24 

24 
2 4 

24 
24 
24 

24 
24 
24 
24 
21 
24 

24 
2 4 

24 
24 
24 
24 
23 
26 

27 
26 

25 
23 
23 
23 
*9 

19 

19 
19 

*9 
19 

25 

22 
20 

25 


Tho s Peak 


17 
18 

35 
24 
19 
47 

19 
18 

21 

23 
4 6 

27 
25 

19 

26 

2O 

25 
32 
23 
24 
36 

18 
38 
26 

24 

25 

32 
45 
35 
36 
23 

20 

23 
27 
26 

25 
25 
25 
25 
23 

18 
35 

23 


Rob 1 ' Brown 


James Lakashire 


Anthony Edwards 


Timothy Bussin 


Walter Murphy 


John Tenbrook 


John Whitcheld 


Samuel Buchannan 


John Taylor 


John M c Cormick. 


Michael Montgomery . 


o - 

1 1 ugh Campbell 


James Paterson 


James Sayer 


Samuel Waterhouse 


John Noblct . 


John Doile . . 


John Moore . . . 


Christ r France 


Thomas Cain 


Rob 1 Thomson 


Henery I larris. . 


j 
Daniel Sardel 


John Lottridge 


Will Calreth 


Tho s - Pilkins 


Simeon Ames 


Sam 1 West 


Ab r Potts 


Johannes Petters 


Rich d - Kelly 


Luke Burn 


Will" 1 - Carley 


John M c Kay . 


John Callaehan 


Isaac Sprage 


Will" 1 Boyd 


Matthew M c Vea 


James Gambell 


David Wilson 


Ab r Brawser 


Matthew Graham 


Austin Penny . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 759. 



211 



Trade. 


Where Born. 


Marriner 


N. York 




Morrisania 


Printer . . . 


London 


Lab r - 


Holland 


Shoemaker 


N. York 


Lab r - 


Dublin 


do 


N. York 


Marriner 


England 


Cooper 


Londonderry 


Lab r - 


do 


Marriner 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Marriner 


Scotland 


Baker 


Norwich 


Husbandman 


Connecticut 


do 


Dublin 


Marriner 


do 


Lab r - 


Ireland 


Blacksmith 


Germany 


Weaver 


Ireland 


Cooper 


N. York 


Lab r - 


Germany 


Ropemaker 


England 


Lab r - 


Ireland 


Cooper 


do 


Blockmaker 


England 


Lab r - 


Connecticut 


Marriner .... 


N. Carolina 


Shoemaker 


W t- of England 


Marriner 


N. Carolina 




Galway 


Marriner 


Ireland 


Lab r - 


Connecticut 




Scotland 


Lab r - 


Cork 


Butcher 


England 


Lab r - 


Ireland 


Ropemaker 


do 


Taylor 


Scotland 


Lab r 


Ireland 


do 


N. York 


Painter . . 


Ireland 


Currier . 


England 



212 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



Time of Inlistm 1 - 


MEN'S NAMES. 


AGE. 


An 1 - 2S 


John Fall 


27 


do 27 


Samuel Baker 


*/ 

21 


do 26 


Joshua Reynolds 


21 


do IQ 


Joseph Mason 


27 









OFFICERS. 

Tobias Van Zandt, Capt. 
Abra Deforest, Lieut. 
Peter Myers, do 

This is to Certify that the foregoing being One Captain 
muster for the City and County of New York. 

A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 

PANY I2TH 

Captain, James Middagh. 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Day of Inlistm 1 



29 
31 

22 
I 



Charles Richy M'ch 24 

Henry Hughes i do 

Edward Dellan do 25 

Lambert Swize do 

Jacob Shearman do 

Leonard Genery do 

John Lippy do 

Jeremiah Stilhvill Ap 1 - 

George Barse do 

Solomon Longe do 

John Morris do 

Solomon Yorksee do 

Frederick Short do 

John Clunn M'ch 22 

John Fulmore Ap 1 2 

John Freadle do 

Martin Shyley do 10 

Richard Sproung do 

George Aft do 2 

John Giddyman M'ch 26 

Samuel Patterson do 22 

Charles Rawlins do 

George Livingston do 

Richard Gambell ' Ap 1 - 

Simon Sharepenny do 

Randal D'Bois Ap 1 



26 
29 
10 



Age. 


Where born. 


26 


Scotland 


21 


London 


22 


Ireland .... 


22 
34 


Amsterdam . . . 
Jersey . 


3O 


Germany 


23 
30 
22 


do . ... 
Staten Isl d 
London 


T.7 


Ireland 


2; 


do 


21 
26 


West Chester. . 
Germany 


2O 


N. Jersey . 


3O 


Germany 


24 


do 


34 


do 


20 
20 
3O 


Long Island . . . 
Philadelphia . . 
N. Jersey 


2O 
36 


New York 
England 


33 


do 


37 


London 


26 


Germany 


2; 


Germanv . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 213 



Trade. 



Painter 
Cordwinder 
Cartmaker . 
Marriner . 



Where Born. 



England 
W. Jersy 
Staten Island 
England 



Two Lieut 8 - and One hundred and Two Men have past 
MICH L - THODEY. 

THE COUNTY OF KINGS FOR CAPTAIN MIDDAGH'S COM- 
APRIL 1760. 

John Nisbet, Lieutenant. 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Officers who Inlisted. 


Fell Monger. 


Capt. Seddam 


Lieut. Nisbett 


Ropemaker 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Bricklayer 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


Capt. D. Stillwell . . 


Capt. Middagh 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Taylor 


do 


do 


Dyer ... 


Capt. Brewerton 


do 


Miller 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Baker 


do 


do 


Butcher. . 


do 


do 


Blacksmith 


do . . 


do 


Cordwainer 


do . . 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


a 


do 


do 


Baker . 


Cant. Lott . 


Cant. Middap-h 



214 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of Inlistm 1 - 


Age. 


Where born. 


George Foulk 


M'ch 31 
do " 
do 
do 
do 
May 12 
May 12 
M'ch 25 
do 31 
Ap 1 4 
do 
M'ch 29 
do 31 
May 12 
M'ch 25 
do 24 
do 
do 29 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
May 12 
do 
M'ch 26 
do 
Ap'- 5 
do 2 
May 12 
do 
M'ch 29 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Ap 1 1 8 
May 12 
do 
do 
I 


21 
28 

47 

19 
24 

30 
30 
19 

& 
26 

44 
30 
40 

25 
28 

3i 

32 

23 
29 

36 

3i 

42 
26 
25 
36 

20 
28 
28 
2 9 

23 
20 

18 
26 

20 

19 

23 
28 

30 

27 
24 


German Town. 
Germany 


Johannes Coughman . . . 

TnVin T?r~Q<i1pv 


England . 


James Argen 1 


Essex in do ... 
Germany 


John George Smith .... 
Michael Clinck 


do .. .. 
Germany 


Peter MvrHe 


Thomas AT art in 


N. Jersey 


T"lirma<; 1 illv 


Ireland 


George l\.cad 


England 


Henrv Tn<rop 


Dublin 


David Goindett 


Germany 


Andrews Walter 


do 


TVTatliPw f^rarpv 


N. Jersey 


John Pcckner 


Germany 


John Furthinghcim 


Ireland 


\Villiam Skilling 


do 


Walter Harris 


Liverpool .... 
England 


Nicholas Moyee 


Maxwell M c Cormick. . . . 
Jonathan \Velsh 


Ireland 


Boston 


John Mellington 


England 


Thomas Anthony 


do 


Stephen Dean .... 


Long Island . . . 
Holland 


Martis Vanhoose 


John burroughs 


N. Jersey 


Rob 1 ' Taylor 


Ireland 


Andrew Stephen 


Scotland 


George Blakencv 


Ireland 


Andrews \Vicke 


Germany 


John Raysail .... 


do 


Peter Sprung 


Long Island. . . 
Germany 


Burnett Money . . 


Prince Kdward .... 


Long Island. . . 
Germany 


Francis Elsworth 


John Shamp . 


do 


George Appleby 


[Dublin 


James M c Loughlin .... 
Mathew Holland . 


Ireland 


do 


John Swart Feger 


Germany 




1 



This is to Certify that the above I Capt. I Lieut. & 66 
May 1 2th 1760. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 215 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Officers who Inlisted. 


Cordwainer . ... 


Capt. Lott 


Capt. Middagh 


Labourer ... 


do 


do 


Turner 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do ... 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Labourer 


Capt. Seddam . ... 


Lieut. Nisbett 


\Veaver 


Capt. Seank 


do 


Laborour 


do 


do 


Gardiner 


do 


do 


Silversmith 


do 


do 


Butcher 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


do 


Gunsmith 


Capt. Streaker .... 


L l - Nisbet 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Tanner 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Pipe Maker 


do . . 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Butcher 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


Capt. Vanpelt 


Capt. Middagh 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Staymaker 


do 


do 


Tanner 


do 


do 


Taylor 


do 


do 


Butcher 


do ... 


do 


Labourer 


Capt. Peter Lott . . . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Baker 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Clerk 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Stone Cutter 


do 


do 









Men has past Muster for Kings County. 

GEO. BREWERTON, J r - 



2l6 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 

PANY 29 

James Clinton, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 


Inlistm'- 


Age. 


Where Born. 


George Lueky 


Ap 1 - 


2 


2O 


Ulster County. 


William Buchanan 


do 


2A 


21 


do 


Samuel M c Colm 


do 


2 


3 1 


do 


Robert Farier 


do 


i 


26 


Ireland 


James Adisson 


do 


26 


4Q 


do 


Edward Early 


do 


24 


21 


do 


Daniel MBride 


do 


C 


35 


do 


Gerlecht Hcxt. . . . 


do 


23 


20 


Germany . 


Henry Seise 


do 


5 


10 


Philadelphia . , 


Johannis Felder 


do 


23 


24 


Ulster County. 


Martin Roat 


do 


21 


26 


Germany . . 


George Felmer. 


do 


21 


26 


do 


o 

Fredrick Kinberfh 


do 


21 


26 


do 


o 

Isaac Emy 


do 


23 


30 


Germany 


Matise K.inbcr cr h 


do 


21 


22 


Ulster 


D 

William Neily 


do 


12 


IQ 


Ulster 


James Dunlap 


do 


2 


IQ 


Ireland 


John Ogden . . 


do 


C 


18 


Orange Co 


Thomas Johnston 


do 


c 


26 


Ireland 


Joshua Deans 


do 


c 


28 


Loner Island . . 


Richard Andrews 


do 


c 


2C 


O 

Ireland 


Joseph M c Clughan 


do 


c 


74 


do 


Barnabas Monroe 


do 


24 


^8 


do 


Henry Savage 


do 


26 


20 


do 


Charles Brannin 


do 


26 


~y 

36 


do 


Duncan Campbell 


do 


26 


3O 


Scotland 


John Graham 


do 


2 


20 


Ulster Co 


Samuel Boyd 


do 


24. 


21 


Ireland 


Robert Waugh 


do 


24 


21 


do 


James Waugh 


do 


24 


28 


do 


James Johnston 


do 


1 


2C 


do 


Robert Hanmer 


do 


24 


2Q 


Long Island 


Robert Ferguson 


do 


7 


*y 

4.C 


Ireland 


William Smith 


do 


26 


T-J 

24 


Dutchess Co 


Samuel Stagg 


do 


IO 


"+ 
2C 


Orange Co 


Malachi Seker 


do 


22 


*j 
IQ 


Germany . . . . 


Hans Turv Haas . 


do 


22 


y 

18 


do 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 217 



THE COUNTY OF ULSTER FOR CAPTAIN CLINTON'S COM- 
APRIL 1760. 

George Clinton, ) T . 

Isaiah Purdy, | Lieutenants. 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Cooper 


Capt. Neily 


L t- Clinton 


Farmer 


Capt. Ellison 


Capt. Clinton 


Cordwainer 


Capt. Neily 


Lieut. Clinton 


Weaver 


Capt. Ellison 


do 


Colier 


Capt. Neily .... 


Capt. Neily 


Cooper 


Capt. Borland 


Capt. Clinton 


Blacksmith 


Capt. D. Newkirk . 


do 


Farmer 


do 


Capt. Newkirk 


do 


do 


L* Clinton 


do 


do 


Capt. Newkirk 


Baker 


do 


do 


Farmer 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Mason 


do 


do 


Fanner 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Neily 


L 1 ' Clinton 


Weaver 


Capt. Borland 


do 


Farmer 


do ... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Farmer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt Clinton 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


Capt. Ellison 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Farmer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


L t- Clinton 


do 


do 


Capt. Clinton 


do 


do 


L 1 ' Clinton 


do 


Capt. Neily 


Capt. Neily 


do 


do 


L t- Clinton 


do 


do 


L'- Purdy 


do 


do 


do 



2l8 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of Inlistm' 


Age. 


Where Born. 


Daniel Smith 


Ap 1 ' 22 


1 7 


Dutchess Co. . . 


Robert Goodgion . . 


do 26 


24 


Philadelphia . 


Isaac Butters 


do 22 


IQ 


Jersy 


John M c Michel 


do 22 


18 


Ulster Co 


Robert Smith 


do 26 


1 8 


Philadelphia . 


Duncan Kilcrcst 


do 26 


4Q 


Scotland 


Moses Nichols 


do 22 


17 


New England . 


David Clerk 


do 18 


21 


Long Island . . 


Alexander Every 


do 1 8 


4O 


Ireland 


Daniel Dewitt 


do 17 


28 


Ulster Co 


Walter Slouter 


do 17 


2\ 


Dutchess Co.. . 


Tunis Tirwelleger 


do 17 


18 


Ulster Co 


George Ferguson 


do 17 


41 


Ireland 


Peter Tirwilliger 


do 17 


24 


Ulster Co 


Johannes Decker 


do 1 8 


20 


do 


George Neily 


do ; 


17 


West Chester. . 


William Stuart 


do 2 


40 


Scotland 


Pierce Mansfield 


do 26 


T.Q 


Ireland 


Abraham Springstced . . . 
Daniel Cachel 


do 5 
do 2\ 


21 
20 


Ulster Co 
Ireland 


Cornelius Callaghan .... 


do 2 


TC 


do 


William Van Clief 


do I 


IQ 


Icrsev . 


Felix MClarnin 


do 8 


1 y 

T.Q 


Ireland 


John Lasly 


M'ch 29 


oy 
24 


New York 


Samuel Neily 


do 20 


20 


Ulster County . 


Joseph Patterson. 


j 
AD'- 17 


18 


England 


Lawrence Murphy 


do 17 


2 I 


I rcland 


John Williams 


do T, 


2 I 


Ulster Co 


Stephen Tayler 


J 

do 3 


in 


do 


John Fulton 


do 24 


V 

2C 


do 


Benjamin Phillips 


do 8 


* 3 
4Q 


Boston 


Aary Isbrant . 


do 8 


*ry 

IQ 


Ulster Co. 


Helamas Vandemark . . . 
John M c Hone 


do 18 
do 1 1 


y 

19 
Al 


do 
Ireland 


John Fling . 


do 3 


*r l 
48 


do 


Nicholas Miller 


M'ch 20 


*T W 

23 


Germany 


Henry Dewitt 


do 20 


~ j 

AO 


West chester Co 


Thomas Power 


do 20 


*f w 

2Q 


Ireland 


John McCarty. . 


do 20 


*y 

T.6 


do 


John Wright . 


26 


J^ 
26 


do 


William Whitehead 
Thomas Remseman 


Ap 1 - 2 
clo ^ 


24 
26 


Kent County . . 
Scotland 


George Terbuck. . 


do 2 


17 


England . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 760. 2 19 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Farmer 


Capt. Neily 


L l - Purdy 


Taylor 


do 


Capt. Niely 


Farmer . . 


do 


L l - Purdy 


do 


do 


do 


\Veaver 


do 


Capt. Neily 


Farmer 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Ellison 


V- Purdy 


Taylor 


Capt. Hardenbergh 


Capt. Clinton 


Farmer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


L fc Purdy 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Turner 


do 


do 


Farmer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do ...... 


L t- Clinton 


do 


Capt. Neily 


do 


do 


Capt. Borland 


do 


do .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Newkirk 


do 


Disputable 


L t- Clinton 


do 


Capt. Haasbrouck 


Capt. Clinton 


do 


do 


L' Purdy 


do 


do 


do 


Carpenter . . . 


do 


do 


Labourer 


Capt. Graham 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Collier 


Capt. Ellison 


L l - Clinton 


Cordvvainer . . . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Blacksmith 


Capt. Haasbrouck 


L l - Purdy 


Labourer 


Capt. Smedes 


do 


do 


Capt. Hardenbergh 


Capt. Clinton 


\Veaver 


Capt. Ellison 


do 


Labourer . 


do 


L t- Clinton 


do 


Capt. Haasbrouck 


I> Purdy 


\Veaver 


do 


do 


Labourer . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Taylor 


Capt. Ellison 


L 1 ' Clinton 


Labourer . 


Caot. Haasbrouck . 


L<- Purdv 



220 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of Inlistm 1 - 


Age. 


Where Born. 


Jonathan Rosel 


Ap 1 - 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
M'ch 
do 
do 
do 
do 


2 
2 
IO 
10 

8 
15 
15 
15 
'5 

>9 
26 

25 
25 
25 
3 
4 
24 

3 
-> 

29 
29 

25 

25 
2; 


45 
18 

27 
35 
23 

25 

21 
2O 
31 
19 

39 

42 

21 

41 

28 

19 

28 

25 
23 

24 

28 

24 

26 


Long Island. . . 
Ulster County, 
do 
Ireland 


Samuel Klsworth 


Henry Elsworth 


John M c Clean 


Solomon Toly 


Long Island . . . 
Ulster Co 
lersy . 


Robert Sparks 


Tohn Staff 


Jacob Rineheart 


Germany 


Hendrick Vandemark. . . 
William Blameless 


Ulster Co 
do . . 
do 
Ireland 


Aarie Tervvilleg er 


Jeremiah Harington .... 
Johannis Clarwatcr 


Ulster County. 
Ireland 


John Tolly 


Owen Kinagen . . 


do 


John Brai fT ain 


Mariland 


John Calhoon 


Ireland 


Ralph Gow .... 


do 


Fredrick Spinner 


Germany . . . . 


James Murphy 


Ulster County. 
Long Island . . . 
New England . 
Ireland 


Richard Fannincr. . 


o 

Samuel Seers 


Thomas Buchanan 


Robert Buchanan . 


do 



This is to Certify that the above Hundred and four Men 
by me. 

A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 

COMPANY 

Capt. Ephraim Morse. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


I'ay of Inlistm'- 


Age. 


\Vhere born. 


James Breckford . 


Ap 1 - i ; 


71 


Boston . 


Nicholas Pealman 


M'ch 27 


22 


Germany 


Frederick Pilgrim 


do 27 


-J2 


Hanover 


Robert Graham 


do 3 1 


j* 
2A. 


Ireland . . 


Alex 1 " Campbell 


Ap 1 - 8 


26 


do 


Hugh Martin . 


do 4 


36 


do 


Moses Roach. . 


do 


2S 


do 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 221 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Labourer 


Capt. Haasbrouck 


L 1 - Purdy 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Labourer 


Capt. Hardenbergh . . . 


Capt Clinton 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Smedes 


L l - Purdy 


do 


do 


Capt Smedes 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Blacksmith 


do 


do 


Cooper 


do 


do 


Farmer 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Graham 


Capt Graham 


Carpenter 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Hardenbercr 


L 4 ' Clinton 


do 


F O 

Capt. Smedes 


L l - Purdy 


do 


Capt. Ellison 


L 1 ' Clinton 


Farmer 


do 


do 


Labourer 


Capt. Newkirk . 


do 


Carpenter 


Capt. Haasbrouck 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Carpenter . 


do ... 


L l - Purdy 


Labourer 


Capt. Graham . . 


Capt. Graham 


do 


do 


do 









was mustered and passed the day and year above mentioned 
GOOSE VAN SCHAICK, I> Colonel. 

THE COUNTY OF QUEENS FOR CAPT. EPHRAIM MORSE'S 
AP L - 1760. 

Ruluf Durye, ) T . 

Abraham Ramson, ! Lieutenants, 



Trade. 


Out of what Compy of 
Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Labourer 


L< Weeks 


L l Duryee 


do 


Capt. Mott . 


Capt. Morse 


Glasier 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Blacksmith 


Capt. Seaman . 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



222 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Dayof Inlistm 1 - 


Age. 


Where born. 


Burner Price 


Ap 1 - 3 


2 4 


Germany 




Ap 1 - 1 7 


35 


do 


fc> 
Francis Fountain 


do 19 


22 


do 


T-Tprirv TThnrlc 


do 19 


27 


do 


lohn Taylor 


do ^ 


25 


Ireland 




do 17 


V 


do 


T n h n B 1 1 1~ 1 P r 




3O 


do 


Benjamin Chamberlin. . . 
Thomas Bul-er 


do 29 
do 20 


34 

27 


New England . 
Ireland 


Henrv A^in 


do 14 


28 


do 


Daniel Runy 


M'ch 29 


20 


do 


Thomas Cline 


Ap 1 20 


24 


Germany 


John Muffit 


do 3 


2O 


Ireland 


Thomas Roliver 


do 29 


28 


do 


Hu"h Donnaly 


do 21 


28 


do 


Jacob Miller 


do 10 


24 


Germany 


William Baly . . 


do 21 


2O 


Ireland 


John Cooper 


do 10 


26 


Holland 


Edward Hoy 


do 3 


27 


Ireland 


Henry Lockman 


do 7 


2Q 


Germany 


John Hunter 


do 20 


*;? 

24 


Pensilvany . . . . 


James Mott 


do 3 


3 


Long; Island . 


John M c Donald 


do 30 


2Q 


Scotland 


John Mott 


M'ch 24 


J 

T.A 


Long Island . . . 


Bartholomew Goodall 


do 7 


CO 


Germany 


Ruluf Voorhees 


Ap 1 ' 5 


IQ 


New Jersey . . . 


John Skidmore 


M'ch 24 


18 


Long Island . . . 


Cummin Shiels .... 


Ap 1 22 


28 


Ireland 


Peter Archer ... .... 


M'ch 30 


26 


Pensilvanv 


Samuel Fantiman 


do 2; 


27 


Long Island . . . 


Christian Bladner 


Ap 1 - 30 


26 


Germany 


Peter John 


M'ch 27 


28 


do 


James Clark 


do 31 


2T. 


Ireland 


John Beard 


M'ch 31 


24 


Scotland 


John Keys 


do 27 


24. 


Pensilvany . . . . 


Michael Cock 


do * i 


24 


Germany . . . 


John Brown 


\J 

do 29 


17 


Scotland .... 


Robert Gillis 


do 27 


24 


Ireland . . 


John Tate 


do 3 1 


.{+ 

22 


do 


Jacob Yale 


do 27 


28 


Germany 


Volentine Brown 


Ap 1 ; 


27 


do 


James M c Lillon 


* v r j 

M'ch 31 


*/ 

2C 


Ireland 


John Drummond. . 


Ap 1 10 


J J 

30 


do 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 22 



Trade. 


Out of what Compy of 
Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Glasier 


Capt. Seaman . . 


Capt. Morse 


Labourer 


Capt Hewlett 


L' Durye 


Gardner 


do . . 


do 


Butcher 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


Capt. Morse 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


L l Weeks 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Joiner 


do 


do 


do ' 


do ..*... 


do 


Tanner 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Tanner 


L t- Volentine 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Taylor 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Mott 


L t- Ramson 


Labourer 


Capt. Braine 


L l Durye 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Morse 


do 


Capt. Betts 


L' Durye 


do 


Capt. Braine 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


L t- Volentine 


do 


do 


Capt. James Smith . . . 


Capt. Morse 


do 


do 


do 


Labourer 


Capt. J s Smith ... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cooper 


Capt. Braine 


do 


Cordwiner 


Capt. James Smith . . 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cordwiner 


do 


L t- Durye 


do 


do 


do 


Labourer . 


Cant. Ben. Smith . 


do 



224 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of Inlistm'- 


Age. 


Where born. 


John Halbert 


Ap 1 - I I 


24 


Germany 


Nicholas Ba^h 


do 6 


26 


do 


Andrew Bradly 


do 2Q 


26 


do 


John Switser .... 


do 12 


35 


do 


John Ririehart 


do 20 


26 


do 


Charles Gollihan 


do 17 


2s 


Ireland 


Benjamin Reel .... 


do 24 


36 


Germany 


Frederick Neal 


do 3 


3O 


do 


Robert Morril 


do 23 


17 


Long Island . 


Peter Duffy 


do 20 


IQ 


Ireland 


Frederick Andrews 


do 14 


27 


Germany 


John Farguson 


do 10 


23 


Scotland 


George Roe 


do 1 1 


22 


New York .... 


Robert Bo^gs 


do 10 


4Q 


Ireland 


Matthew M c Cray 


Mch 26 


32 


do 


John Fagan .... ... 


do 27 


2Q 


do 


John MKitterick 


do 26 


21 


do 


Peter Fountain 


Ap 1 - 24 


22 


Germany 


James Collins. . . . 


M'ch 24 


2; 


Ireland 


Samuel Grisvvell 


do 25 


42 


New England . 


Anthony House 


Ap 1 1 8 


3^ 


Germany 


Martin Bower 


M'ch 23 


28 


do 


John Philliphouse 


do 24 


27 


do 


Henry Brester .... 


Ap 1 - 4 


26 


do ... 


Nath 1 Cook 


M'ch 24 


IQ 


Long Island . . . 


John Pendrow 


do 2; 


18 


Wales 


John Hosam 


Ap 1 


21 


Germany .... 


Johannis Powlis 


May I 


28 


do 


Thomas Gillis 


Mar. 25 


17 


Maryland 


David Smellin 


do 25 


2C 


Ireland . 


Richard Nott 


Ap 1 26 


AC 


England . . . 


Joseph Binder 


M'ch 24 


2O 


Germany .... 


John Tool 


do 29 


23 


Pensilvany 


James M c Mullin 


do 23 


- J 
23 


Ireland . 


John Hank 


do 20 


**O 
22 


Germany 


John Smith 


Ap 1 7 


27 


do 


James Saunders. . 


j. i.jj i 
Mar. 31 


*/ 
22 


Pensilvany . 


Tames Dogerty . 


Ap 1 2 


2O 


Ireland 


William Gilmore 


M'ch 23 


AC 


Scotland 


Andrew Brown 


do 26 


36 


Boston 


Samuel Morse 


do 13 


2A 


Long Island 


William Hedger . 


May i 


**r 
AO 


\Vestchester 


John Johnson . . 


Mar. 20 


I*' 

23 


Holland . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 225 



Trade. 


Out of what Comp^Qf 
Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Butcher 


Capt. Ben. Smith . 


Capt. Morse 


do 


do 


do 


Baker 


do 


do 


Cooper 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


L* Ramson 


do 


do 


Capt. Morse 


do 


Capt. Cornwell 


L t- Durye 


Cordwiner 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


Capt. Morse 


do 


Capt. Braine 


do 


do 


Capt. Birdsall 


L t- Durye 


Labourer 


Capt. Mills 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Morse 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Barber 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Mason 


do 


do 


Barber 


Capt. Rapalje 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Cordwiner. ... ... 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do .... 


do 


do . . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Blackwell 


do 


Taylor 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


L t- Ramson 


Labourer 


do 


Capt. Morse 


do 


do 


L t- Ramsen 


do 


do 


Capt. Morse 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Baker 


do 


do 


Mason 


do 


J" Ramsen 


Blacksmith 


Capt. Rapalje 


Capt. Morse 


Cooper . 


Capt. Ramson . 


L l - Ramson 



15 



226 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of Inlistm'- 


Age. 


Where born. 


Nicholas Wan . . . 


Ap 1 - 10 


T.2 


Germany 


John White 


Mar. 25 


4O 


Ireland .... 


Sigmon Brand 


Ap 1 - 2; 


21 


Germany . . . 


John Lawell 


Mar 24 


IQ 


Ireland 


Daniel Mahony 


Ap 1 * 14 


1 y 

IQ 


do 


John Nicholas 


do 27 


1 y 

26 


Germany 


Jacob Dirck 


do 6 


^8 


do 


Thomas Lalen 


do 8 


-> -i 


New Jersey 


David Lawell 


Mar. 24 


- j 
I 7 


Ireland 


William Griffiths 


do 26 


27 


W^ales 


Lewis Cress 


do 28 


3O 


Prusia 


Joseph Morril . 


May i 


j^ 

18 


Lon 01 Island 


Samuel Roberts 


M'ch 24 


-7Q 


do 


Thomas Farrington .... 
Richard Speed. . 


do 24 
Ap 1 - i 


26 

3 C 


do 
England 


Andries Andrews 


Mar 28 


Jj 
28 


Germany 


Alexander Woosher .... 


Ap 1 - 12 


^1 


Scotland 











A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 

APRIL 
Captain, Daniel Wright. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. Where Born. 


Benjamin Campbell .... 
Jacob Cosaboom . 


Ap 1 - 3 
do 7 
do 7 
do 3 
do 4 
Mar. 31 
Ap 1 13 
do 28 
do 4 
do 24 
do 15 
do 4 
do 29 
do 20 


!9 
20 

18 

35 
26 

20 

25 

43 
26 

27 

36 
29 
26 
33 


Oysterbay 


Huntington . . . 
Oysterbay 
Long Island . . . 
Ireland 


Urias Smalling. . . 


Jeffry Strong . 


William Frasier 


Thomas Smalling 


Long Island. . . 
Ireland 


Patrick M c Donold. . 


Daniel Field. . . . 


do 


Silvester Cavelly. 


do 


Joseph Mitchel 


Block Island . . . 
Ireland 


Hugh M c Farling 


Thomas Burk. .... 


do 


Harmanus Vanwooser . . 
Michael Morris . . . 


New England . . 
Ireland . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 227 



Trade. 


Out of what Compy of 
Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Labourer 


Capt. Rarnson 


L t- Ramson 


do 


do 


Capt. Morse 


do 


do 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


, do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Blackwell 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Taylor 


Capt. Betts 


L t- Ramsen 


Seaman 


do 


Capt. Morse 


Weaver 


Capt. Birdsall 


L t- Ramsen 









ISAAC CORSA, COL L - 



THE COUNTY OF QUEENS FOR CAPTAIN WRIGHT'S COMPANY, 
1760. 

Edward Burk, ) T . 

T , T>. f Lieutenants. 

John Dean, 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Officers who 
inlisted. 


Cooper 


Capt. Hewlett . 


Capt. Wright 


Weaver 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


do 


Blacksmith 


do 


do 


Cooper 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do .... 


do 


do 


L l - Weeks 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Seaman 


do .... 


do 


Tavlor . 


do 


do 



228 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Where Born. 


\Villiam Carmon 


Ap 1 - 29 

Ap 1 ' I I 
do 29 
do 29 
do 12 
do 12 
do 19 
do 19 
do 9 
do 5 
do 12 
do 17 
Ap 1 - I 
do 3 
Mar: 28 
do 24 
Ap 1 27 
do 2 
do 8 
do 2 
Mar 28 
Ap 1 - 13 
do 15 
Apr. 1 1 
Mar. 31 
Ap'- 4 
do 3 
Mar. 28 
Mar. 31 
do 27 
Ap 1 - 4 
Mar. 27 
do 31 
do 27 
do 24 
Ap 1 2 
do 22 
do 26 
Mar. 26 
do 24 
do 28 
do 31 


28 

38 

22 

20 

?4 

35 
33 
29 
29 
39 

22 

30 
27 

31 
38 
20 
22 
21 
24 

33 
40 

29 

20 

18 

20 
26 

23 
24 
28 

22 
2O 

23 
22 

30 

35 

28 

25 

20 

38 
27 
21 

27 
18 


Jamaica . 


Rice Davis 


England 


Jacob Van Seriver 


New Jersey. . . . 
Ireland 


Hu (r h M c Carty 


lames Mattliews 


do 


Phillip Hambersmith . . . 
Geor"e Honstine 


Germany 


do 


John Raker 


Germany 


John Mercular 


do 


John Martin, Fifer 
Owen Sulliven . . 


do 


Ireland 


Joseph Sink . 


Germany 


William M c Cord . 


Ireland 


Thomas Carty 


do 


David Ludlam 


Long Island . . . 
do 
Germany 


Thomas Smith 


John Fleming . . . 


James MGloglin 


Ireland 


John Peater 


Germany 


Peter Fowler .... ... 


Ireland 


Simon Simorman 


Germany 


Phillip Lynch 


Ireland 


John Riley . 


do 


George Doughty.. .. 


Long Island. . . 
do 
Ganava 


William Thompson .... 
Stephen Blevelt . . . 


Andreas Rupper 


Pensilvany 
Ireland 


Christopher Typper .... 
John Newcrar . 


France 


Joseph Lyten 
Samuel Boyd 


Boston 


do 


John Carril 


Ireland . . . 


Henry Dawson . . . 


England 


William Beacon 


do 


Peter Fresong 


Flanders 


Nicholas M c Dougle 
Lewis Bastian .... 


Scotland 


Ittally . 


Edward More 


Ireland . . . 


Stephen Murrow . 


Germany 


James German 


do 


Vincen Savannah 


Itally 


John Worthall 


Pensilvany 
Ireland . 


James Kearney . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 2 29 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Officers who 
inlisted. 


Currier 


L*- Weeks 


Capt. Wright 


Labourer 


Capt. Betts . . . 


do 


do 


Capt. Weeks 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Seaman. 


do 


Blacksmith 


L 4< Voluntine 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Taylor 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Currier 


do 


do 


Turner 


Capt. Birdsall 


do 


Cooper 


Capt. Mills. . . 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cordwiner 


Capt. Blackwel 


do 


Seaman 


Capt. Cornwell 


do 


Butcher 


L t- Voluntine 


do 


Labourer 


do ' 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Currier 


do 


do 


Seaman 


do 


do 


Blacksmith 


Capt. Ja s> Smith . . 


do 


Taylor 


L*- Weeks 


Capt. Wright 


do 


Capt. Mott .... 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Woolley. 


L t- Snethen 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cooper 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Stone Cutter 


do 


do 


Labourer , 


do 


do 



230 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 

Inlistment. 


Age. 


Where Born. 


John Murray 


Mar. 22 


28 


Conecticut 


Thomas Foard 


do 26 


26 


Long Island. . . 


E?ekiel Holley 


do 22 


38 


Stratford 


Thomas Reed 


do 24 


20 


England 


Cornelius Hale 


do 2^ 


">I 


Ireland 


Owen Sulliven 


Ap 1 28 


24 


do 


Daniel Lynch 


Mar 24 


26 


do 


Dominick Murphy 


Ap 1 1 1 


\2 


do 


Phenix Lewis 


do 8 


18 


Long Island. . . 


Solomon Taylor 


do T, 


25 


Connecticut . . . 


David Buffington 


do 1 1 


22 


Pensilvany . 


Simon, Indian 


Mar 22 


18 


Long Island . . . 


Alexander Foster 


do 30 


T.2 


Ireland 


Benjamin Hothinson . . . 
John Foster 


do 1 1 

do 2; 


38 
21 


New Jersey. . . . 
Westchester . . . 


Patrick M c Donald 


Ap 1 - 4 


22 


Ireland 


Joseph Weeks 


do 1 1 


22 


Oysterbay . . . 


Andrew Henry 


do 24 


28 


Ireland 


Conraet Horn 


do 1 1 


3: 


Germany 


Patrick Carr . . 


do 4 


28 


Ireland 


John Noblett .... 


do 4 


26 


do 


Volentine Huff 


do 30 


72 


Germany 


Jeremiah Ryan . 


do 2 


2< 


Ireland 


Peter Burrouerh . 


do 25 


24 


Flanders 


o 

Lebright Wagoner . 


do 16 


21 


Germany 


William Leak 


do 8 


7C 


England 


John Harley. . 


do 7 


26 


do 


Frederick Coon .... 


do 28 


18 


Philadelphia 


John Lane 


do 5 


2C 


Ireland 


Thomas Crawford.. 


do I 


* j 
41 


do 


James Colyer 


Mar 31 


24 


do 


John Hays . 


Ao 1 4 


^6 


do 


John Jenkins . 


j. vp Of 

Mar 20 


o w 
24 


Lon"- Island 


George Bucklo. . 


Ap 1 - 28 


*H. 

21 


o 

New Jersey 


John Blee 


do 28 


l6 


England 


Sam 1 - Fuller 


do 28 


j w 
11 


Ireland 


David Mead 


do 25 


jj 
33 


do 


Robert M c Graw .... 


do 10 


jj 

2C 


do 


Henry Parker. . 


do 7 


- j 
IT. 


England 


Thomas Howel 


do 7 


JJ 

2Q 


do 


John Thorn 


do 7 


*"y 
TO 


Long Island 


James MMullin 


do 16 


x y 
77 


Ireland 


George Divers . 


Mar 28 


24 


Germany . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 23! 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Officers who 
inlisted. 


Colyer .... 


Capt. Wooley 


L* 1 Snethen 


Carpenter 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Tavlor 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


Capt. Seamans 


do 


Cordwiner 


do 


do 


Blacksmith 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Seaman .... 


do ....... 


do 


\Veaver . . . 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Seaman 


Capt. Ja s ' Smith 


Cap*- Wright 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


L t- Volentine 


do 


Cordwiner 


Capt. Ben. Smith . 


do 


\Veaver 


L t- Volentine 


L* Snether 


Taylor 


Capt. B. Smith 


Capt. Wright 


Baker 


do 


do 


Mason 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


\Veaver . * 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


\Veaver 


Capt. Corn well 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Butcher . . 


do 


do 


Seaman 


do 


do 


\Veaver 


do 


do 


Sail Maker 


do ... 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Taylor . . 


do 


do 


Labourer . . . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



2^2 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Where Born. 


Richard Everit 


Ap 1 - 16 


22 


England . 


James Coile 


do 5 


2$ 


Ireland 


Thomas Lewit 


Mar 28 


21 


England . 


James Robertson 


An 1 - ; 


22 


o 

Ireland 


James Verity 


do 14 


21 


Long Island . . . 


Richard Power 


do 7 


4} 


Ireland 


Mathew Dial 


do 29 


26 


Ireland 











A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND TASS'D IN 

COMPANY. 

Israel Morton, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 


Inlistm 1 - 


Age. 


Ebenezer Sloper . 


V 


18 


22 


Elnathan Coorwin 


do 


18 


2O 


Abner Reeve 


do 


18 


2O 


Benjamin Chadwick . 


do 


18 


^9 


5 John Pooler, Jun r - . 


do 


18 


21 


Joshua Gouklsmith 


do 


18 


22 


Simeon More 


do 


18 


IQ 


James Perkins 


do 


18 


y 

27 


William Corvvin 


do 


18 


22 


10 Joseph Tuttle . 


do 


21 


2O 


Ebenezer Terming . 


do 


28 


IQ 


Elijah Hambelton 


do 


' 18 


y 

36 


Seth Marvin .... 


do 


IQ 


26 


Thomas Overton 


do 


2* 


IQ 


15 Stephen Overton 


do 


~J 
22 


y 

21 


John Franklin . , 


do 


21 


22 


John Drake . 


do 


22 


22 


Nehemiah Baker .... 


do 


21 


22 


John Mason . 


do 


IQ 


27 


20 Benjamin Shearman .... 


do 


y 

18 


* J 
24. 


Samuel Hubbs 


do 


17 


27 


Obadiah Booth 


do 


2\ 


*j 

2 I 


Nathan Dow 


do 


18 


22 


Joseph Franklin . 


do 


IQ 


IQ 


25 Toby Jeffry, Indian 


do 


*y 

22 


1 y 

T.-7 


John Miller . 


do 


21 


20 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 760. 233 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Officers who 
inlisted. 


Labourer 


Capt. Corn well 


Capt. Wright 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cordwiner 


Capt. Birdsall 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Labourer 


L 4 - Weeks 


do 









ISAAC CORSA, COLL. 



THE COUNTY OF SUFFOLK FOR CAPTAIN ISRAEL HORTON'S 
APRIL 1760. 

Daniel Griffen, ) T . 

^, \r i r Lieutenants. 

Ihomas Veal, 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


South Hold S. C y - ... 


Farmer 


Capt. Barnabas Wines 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Lime Conn 


do 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


South Hold S C y 


do 


do 


New London 


do 


do 


Ipswich 


Shoemaker. . 


do 


Rhode Island 


Labourer .... 


do 


Hebron Conn 


Farmer 


do 


Connecticut 


Weaver 


Capt. John Bud 


Philadelphia 


Labourer .... 


do 


Lime Conn 


Labourer .... 


do 


South Hold S. C y - 


Carpenter . . . 


do 


South Hold 


Shoemaker . . 


do 


Killingsworth Conn. . . . 
South Hold 


Labourer .... 
Weaver 


do 
do 


Middletown Conn 
New London Conn .... 
Dartmouth Mass 


Labourer .... 
Labourer .... 
Labourer .... 


do 
do 
do 


Lime Conn 


Labourer .... 


do 


South Hold 


Shoe Maker. . 


do 


Plainfield Conn 


Farmer 


do 


Killingsworth Conn, . . . 
Naraganset 


Labourer .... 
Carpenter . . . 


do 
do 


New London Conn .... 


Labourer .... 


do 



234 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of Inlistm 1 - 


Age. 


John Clark 


Ap 1 30 


20 


Walter Brown . 


do 30 


39 


Kphraim Brown 


do 30 


3Q 


3O Tosiah, Mustee . 


May I 


30 


*J J 

John Quinumps 


April 17 


18 


Samuel Dickerson 


May 5 


17 


Thomas Scovell 


April 21 


20 


Jeremiah Dickerson 


do 22 


18 


35 Joseph Emerson 


do 28 


37 


Peter Hart 


do 22 


28 


Thomas Reave 


do 28 


21 


Stephen Mack 


do 18 


IQ 


Israel Stephens 


do 1 8 


2Q 


40 Nemos Kellis 


do 28 


28 


Jasper Beebe 


do 24 


44 


Thomas Powers 


do 2<; 


22 


Moses Hutchenson .... 


do 22 


34 


Randal Clark. ... 


do 22 


26 


45 Stephen Potter 


do 26 


48 


Gamaliel Tuthill 


do 24 


17 


David Franklin 


April 19 


21 


Joseph Allen 


do 24. 


27 


Abraham Vail 


do 24 


18 


50 John Ford 


do 23 


21 


Joseph Peck 


May ; 


43 


Joseph Rogers . 


April 28 


4O 


John Hobbard 


do 24. 


32 


Jeremiah Winy 


do 24. 


26 


55 Ebenezer Wheeler 


do 23 


22 


Silas Harris 


do 24 


2Q 


Asa Beebe 


do 23 


21 


Eliphalet Beebe 


do 23 


IQ 


Joseph Porter 


do 24 


y 

27 


60 Daniel Freeman 


do 22 


18 


Benajah Edwards 


do 25 


22 


Richard Benjamin 


do 21 


IQ 


Zadock Reave 


do 30 


*y 

IQ 


Hezekiah Dayton 


do 24 


l y 

24. 


65 Edward Corwin . 


M'ch 31 


3O 


Isaac Penny 


April 28 


32 


Elnathan Hudson 


do 30 


27 


David Marrow 


do 30 


46 


Henry Hewit . 


do 24. 


nr-' 

21 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 235 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


South Hold 


Weaver .... 


Capt. John Bud 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Preston Conn 


do 


do 


Suffolk County 


Weaver . . . 


do 


Lyme Conn. . . 


Carpentry 


Capt. Dan 1 ' Osborn 


Suffolk County 


Weaver .... 


do 


Ipswich Mass 


Labourer 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Cooper 


do 


do 


Cordwainer . 


do 


Lyme Conn 


Farmer 


do 


Killingsworth Conn.. . . 
Suffolk Co 


Shoemaker . . 
Trade 


do 
do 


New London Conn 
Ireland 


Labourer .... 
Tallow Chand r 


Capt. Tho s - Moore 
do 


Hebron Conn 


Weaver 


do 


Old England 


Labourer 


do 


Rhode Island 


Blacksmith 


do 


Goshen 


Shoemaker 


do 


Killingsworth Conn.. . . 
Massachusets 


Labourer .... 
Taylor . . 


do 
do 


Suffolk County 


Labourer .... 


do 


New London 


do 


do 


Walingsford N. E 


Weaver . . . 


do 


Lime N. E 


Farmer . . . 


do 


Windham Conn 


Farmer 


Capt. Dan 1 Wells 


Scotland 


Farmer 


do 


New London 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Toyner . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Hebron Conn 


Iron Refiner . 


do 


New London Conn .... 


Sailor 


do 


Suffolk County 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Carpenter. . . . 


do 


do 


do . . 


do 


do 


Shoemaker . . 


do 


Scotland 


Nailmaker . 


do 


Stoninpton . 


Farmer. . 


do 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


L>ay of Inlistm 1 - 


Age. 


JQ Joshua Vail 


April 30 


20 


Jonathan Reave Jr 


do 30 


1 6^/8 


Tim Indian 


May 2 


42 


Thomas Ingham 


April 22 


10 


William Luce . 


do 30 


24- 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 

COMPANY 

Jesse Platt, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Richard Clark 


April 22 


10 


William Russel 


M'ch 31 


10 


Michael Douly 


April 21 


22 


Thomas Williams 


M'ch 27 


21 


William Baily 


April 15 


26 


Samuel Mack Murrey . . 


do i ; 


27 


John Hubbart 


do 12 


4O 


Stephen Abncr, Indian 


do 10 


IQ 


David Murray 


do 5 


IQ 


John Cline 


do 5 


2Q 


William Nesmate 


do 3 


IQ 


Robin, Indian 


do 3 


24 


Benjamin Toms 


M'ch 31 


2O 


James Cason 


do 31 


IQ 


John Kelsey . 


do 31 


18 


Joseph Simmons 


do 31 


2O 


Jacobus Hubbs 


do 31 


IQ 


Peter Mack Daniel 


April 8 


38 


Michael Satler 


do 12 


AA 


Joseph Story. . 


do 1 1; 


24 


William Tuttle 


do 21 


26 


James Ruddy . 


do o 


38 


Sam 1 - Max Marston 


do 27 


18 


John MacGie 


April 2 1 


24. 


Abraham Ruland 


do 10 


2O 


Con Bryan 


do 22 


3O 


Henry Skinner . 


do 10 


j w 
3O 


William Gannon. . 


do ii 


46 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 237 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


South Hold 


Weaver 


Capt. Dan 1 - Wells 


Suffolk Co y - 


Blacksmith . . 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


Hebron N. Eng d - 


Labourer .... 


do 


Suffolk Co y -. . 


do 


do 



THE COUNTY OF SUFFOLK FOR CAPTAIN JESSE PLATT'S 
APRIL 1760. 

Nathaniel Satterly, | j ieutenants 

T ,1 TX r -L/J.CU LClldll Lb. 

Jonathan Davis, 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company 
of Militia. 


New Castle 


Labourer 


Capt. Jo s - Lewis 


Huntington S. Co 


Cordwainer 


do 


Ireland ... 


Labourer 


do 


Philadelphia 


Blacksmith 


do 


Edinbugh 


Barber & Wigm'kr 


do 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


Huntington 


Cooper 


do 


Huntington . . 


Labourer 


do 


New York 


Labourer 


do 


Germany 


Nailmaker 


do 


New York 


Farmer 


do 


Queens County 


Labourer 


do 


New Jersey 


Blacksmith 


do 


Huntington 


Farmer 


do 


Huntington 


Farmer 


do 


Queens County 


Shoemaker 


do 


Huntington 


Carpenter 


do 


North Brittain .... 


Silver Smith 


do 


Germany 


Labourer 


do 


I Norwich N. Eng d | 


Shop Joyner 


do 


| Conn 1 - Gov 1 - j 
Norwich Old Eng d -. . . 


Baker 


do 


Londonderry 


Labourer 


do 


Antrim Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


Ireland 


Schoolmaster .... 


Capt Tim y - Scudder 


Huntington 


Labourer 


do 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


Hanover 


Carpenter 


do 


Ireland . 


Sailor . 


do 



238 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Uriah Hubbs 


April 10 


21 


George Overthro 


M'ch 31 


18 


Daniel Hutchens 


do 25 


19 


Stephen Dayton 


April 3 


22 


Jacob Ruland 


do 21 


47 


Clade Champain 


do 21 


18 


Thomas Evans 


M'ch 29 


20 


John Abater 


Ap 1 - 14 


21 


Solomon R.i"ht 


do 28 


20 


Christopher Crouch . . . 


do 5 


21 


Thomas R.oe 


do 28 


50 


After Newman .... "... 


do 29 


20 


James Alurfey 


do 22 


30 


Daniel Ketcham 


do 10 


21 


John Morrel . . 


do I 


26 


Stephen Sharwood 


do 3 


IQ 


Benjamin Smith 


do 3 


21 


Thomas Skidmore 


do 12 


4 6 


Benjamin Wiggins 


do 21 


2O 


George Burns 


do 23 


26 


Timothy Pangborn 


do 1 5 


46 


Albert Bowman ... ... 


do 16 


3O 


Elias Armstron fT . . . . 


do 5 


26 


Ephraim Shade 


do 1 1 


4O 


John Evans 


do 28 


37 


Caleb, Indian .... 


M'ch 25 


26 


Robbin Joqean . .... 


Ap 1 i 


30 


William Alderman 


do 28 


40 


John Caner 


do 28 


35 


Darby Mahony 


do 28 


31 


Claudis Delis 


do 1 1 


31 


Andrew Irwin 


do 16 


22 


John Curry 


do 10 


42 


John Picke 


do 1 8 


25 


Donald Frasier 


do 25 


34 


John Henry Smith 


April 17 


26 


James Smith 


Ap 1 - 17 


26 


William Johnson 


do 10 


46 


Cornelius Clark 


do 10 


71 


Abraham Sampson 


do 28 


IQ 


David, Indian 


do 1 8 


23 


Isaac Lamb 


do 28 


2\ 


Elisha Eddy . 


do 20 


2T. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 239 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company 
of Militia. 


Huntingdon . 


Labourer 


Capt.Tim y - Scudder 


o 

Philadelphia 


Sailor 


do 


Huntinsfton . 


Labourer 


do 


o 

Smithtown 


Labourer 


do 


Huntington 


Weaver 


do 


Germany 


Shoemaker 


do 


Philadelphia 


Blacksmith 


do 


Islip Grange 


Labourer 


do 


Queens Co 


Weaver 


do 


Connecticut 


Farmer 


do 


Connecticut 


Farmer 


do 


Stamford N. Eng d - . . . 


Farmer 


do 


Ireland 


Farmer 


Capt. Tho Si Jarvis 


Huntington 


Farmer 


do 


Switzerland 


Labourer 


do 


Huntin2~ton 


Labourer 


do 


o 

Huntingdon 


Hatter .... 


do 


o 

Huntington 


Labourer 


do 


Queens County 


Labourer 


do 


Ireland 


Sailor 


do 


New Jersey 


Labourer 


do 


Germany 


Blacksmith 


do 


Connecticut 


Cooper 


do 


Connecticut 


Labourer 


do 


Connecticut 


Labourer 


do 


Connecticut 


Labourer 


do 


Queens Co 


Labourer 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


Ireland 


Labourer . . . 


Capt. Jn- Smith 


Connecticut 


Labourer 


do 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


Ireland 


Weaver 


do 


Scotland 


Soldier &Labourer 


do 


Germany 


Millwright 


do 


Smithtown 


Labourer 


do 


Ireland 


Weaver 


do 


South Hampton 


Sailor 


do 


Smith Town 


Labourer 


do 


Islip Grange 


'Labourer 


do 


Connecticut 


Weaver 


do 


Connecticut . 


iTovner . 


do 



240 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 

Inlistment. 


Age. 


Martin Brown 


Ap 1 ' 26 


2 3 


Nathan Alebene 


do 21 


21 


Benjamin Garret 


do 21 


21 


John Robinson 


do 23 


20 


Richard Kelly. . . 


do 21 


24 


Hopestill Welch 


do II 


20 


Peter Frasier. 


do 19 


24 


Isaac Dod^c 


do II 


20 


Thomas Bingham . 


do 1 1 


19 


Tone Sell 


do 21 


17 


Jacob Sarout 


do 25 


44 


John Ferry 


do 18 


32 


Robert Bruce . 


do 22 


28 


Kzekiel Bundy 


do 26 


22 


Jonas Woodward 


do 26 


23 


Simeon Bundy 


do 26 


24 


Caleb Bundy . 


do 8 


25 


Coonrad Dunyans . . 


do 2; 


38 


Joseph Patterson ... . 


do IQ 


36 


Elemuel Moger 


do 26 


39 


Andrew Buckanan 


do 26 


16 


Charles Killis 


do 8 


19 


Peter Cogchene 


do 16 


45 


Tom Cuff 


do 10 


18 


Harry Jacus 


do 16 


40 


James Buchanan 


do 2=; 


19 


Andrew Smith 


do 29 


20 


John Clark 


do 12 


19 


Richard Hellems 


do 25 


20 


Edward Soward 


do 26 


19 


William Washum 


do i ; 


30 


Thomas Hovvel 


do 15 


21 


Charles Petequam 


do IS 


23 


Matthew, Indian 


do 15 


17 


Solomon, Indian 


do 15 


18 


George, Indian . 


do K 


25 


David Marrow 


do 25 


19 


Westwerd Obe 


do 15 


44 


Ludlo Clark 


do 2S 


18 


Killis, Mullatto 


do 1 5 


IQ 


Nathaniel Norton 


do 29 


18 


Richard Jonathan 


do 29 


24 


lohn Moorehouse . 


Mav 6 


28 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 24! 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company 
of Militia. 


Suffolk Co 


Weaver 


Capt. S. Davis 


Suffolk Co 


Weaver 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Labourer 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Labourer 


do 


Ireland 


Wheelwright . . 


do 


Windham Conn 


Blacksmith 


do 


N. Brittain 


Brewer .... 


do 


Windham Conn 


Shoemaker 


do 


Windham Conn 


Farmer 


do 


Suffolk Co 


Farmer 


do 


Suffolk County 


Farmer 


do 


Connecticut 


Farmer .... 


Capt. Benj. Strong 


Connecticut 


Farmer 


do 


Preston Conn .... 


Shoemaker 


do 


do do 


Brickmaker 


do 


Connecticut 


Carpenter .... 


do 


Rhode Island 


Farmer 


do 


Germany 


Labourer 


do 


Stratford Conn 


Labourer 


do 


Suffolk Co 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


New England 


do 


do 


Brook Haven S. Co.. . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Taylor 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Taylor 


do 


Brook Haven S. Co.. . 


Weaver 


Capt. Josiah Smith 


Suffolk Co 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


South Hold S. Co... . 


do 


do 


Brook Haven S. Co.. . 


do 


do 


South Hold S. Co 


do 


do 


Suffolk C y - 


do 


do 


Fairfield N. E.. 


Farmer . . 


Capt. Tim. Scudder 



16 



242 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASSED IN THE 



Captain, George Dunbar. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Timothy Buckly 


Ap 1 - 28 


20 


Jacob Morris 


do 22 


22 


Peter Storm 


do I 


IQ 


John Locklan 


do 18 


4O 


John Anderson 


Mar 28 


27 


William German 


do 27 


30 


John Brown 


do 30 


?.6 


Fabcon Sebastian 


Ap 1 3 


36 


Jacob Peckman 


do 23 


37 


Robert Hannon 


Mar 31 


35 


Michael Dogcrty 


Ap 1 - 14 


27 


George Horn 


Mar. 30 


21 


o 

Thomas Williams 


do 30 


22 


Augustin Seley 


Ap 1 o 


21 


John Coal 


do o 


22 


Gilbert Fowler 


do 2 


21 


Jacob Misell 


do 4 


24 


Adam Algear 


do 4 


25 


Solomon Rainer 


do 16 


35 


Caleb Smith 


do 17 


24 


William Pigeon 


do 17 


24 


John Lester 


do 30 


25 


William Styles . 


do 22 


21 


Joseph Thurston 


do 25 


25 


Isaiah Doughty. ... 


do 28 


2O 


Silvenus Rainer 


do 17 


24 


William Miller 


do 1 8 


21 


Cormack Hart 


do i ; 


10 


Robert Mack 


do 15 


IQ 


Thomas Farmer 


do Q 


58 


Pampy Messenger . 


do 2 


25 


James Stilwill 


Mar 27 


45 


James Berye 


do T, I 


31 


William Frasier 


An 1 ' 24 


22 


Frederick Taylor 


Mar 31 


38 


John Hendrick. . 


May i 


26 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 243 



COUNTY OF QUEENS FOR CAPTAIN DUNBAR'S COMPANY. 

JohnPettit, 1 Lieutenants. 

Barrack Snethen, 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Ireland 


Farmer 


Capt. Benj. Smith 


England 


Barber 


do 


Germany 


Labourer 


do 


Ireland 


do 


do 


Loner Island . 


do 


do 


o 

England .... 


Schoolmaster 


do 


Ireland 


Labourer 


Capt. Ta s- Smith 


Germany 


do 


Capt. Cornwell 


Pensilvany 


do 


do 


Ireland 


Butcher 


do 


do 


Labourer 


Capt. Birdsal 


Germany 


Weaver 


do 


England 


Seaman 


do 


New England 


Hatter 


do 


Germany 


Cordwainer 


do 


Long Island . . . 


Weaver 


do 


Germany 


Labourer 


'do 


do 


do 


do 


Long Island . . 


do 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


Capt. Ja s Smith 


do .... 


Weaver 


Capt. Birdsal 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


do .... 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Blacksmith 


do 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


do 


Taylor 


do 


Ireland .... 


do 


Capt. Miller 


do 


Weaver 


Capt. Mills 


do 


Labourer 


do 


England 


Cordwainer 


do 


Lon^ Island 


Labourer 


do 


England 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Barber 


do 


Scotland 


Sailor 


do 


Germany 


Labourer 


do 


Ireland . 


do 


Cant. Birdsal 



244 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MKN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Peter Goff 


May 6 


26 


James Harris 


Mar 22 


2O 


John Williams 


do 25 


22 


Daniel Mercel 


Ap 1 1 8 


25 


Thomas Me fT raw 


do 4 


21 


Isaiah Dou"hty 


do 28 


18 


Daniel M c Cloud 


Mar 31 


31 


George Hasten 


do 26 


36 


Patrick Carty 


Ap 1 i 


T,2 


John Henderson 


Mar. 28 


25 


William Toomy 


do 30 


26 


Robert Edwards ... 


Ap 1 I 


35 


Robert H ubbs 


do i 


33 


Martin Millenbrook 


Mar 28 


32 


John M c Lean . 


AD' 24. 


4O 


William Snow . . 


j. *.> _tj. 
do 1 1 


4O 


William Davis 


do 16 


32 


James Axton 


Mar. 29 


22 


John Brook .... 


do 31 


2O 


John Townsend 


Ap 1 5 


32 


William Ross 


do o 


21 


William Herrington 


Mar 27 


26 


Henry Craft 


Ap 1 - 8 


2O 


Georsie Dawson . 


do 5 


22 


o 

Jonathan Dunmore 


do 1 5 


2\ 


Thomas Ward 


do 25 


T.Q 


Andrew M c Cullough 


do i 


2C 


James Tinnan 


Mar 30 


22 


John Colwell 


do 3 1 


24 


James Killin 


do 28 


28 


Hugh Gallikhan . 


do 29 


27 


Joseph Morgan 


Ao 1 ' 17 


2\ 


Jacob Hendrickson 


* l r * / 

do 28 


18 


Francis Pasly 


do 10 


21 


John Welch 


do 1 6 


18 


Thomas M c Nair 


do 9 


j" 

-JQ 


Peter Solivan 


May 6 


J^ 

?2 






j^ 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 760. 245 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Ireland 


Cordwainer 


Capt. Birdsal 


New York 


Labourer 


Capt. Mott 


Germany 


Baker 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


Ireland 


do 


Capt. Birdsall 


New Jersey 


Cordwainer 


Capt. Woolley 


Scotland 


Labourer 


do 


Boston 


do 


Capt. Seaman 


Ireland 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Hewlett 


do 


Joiner 


do 


England 


Labourer 


Capt. Weeks 


Lonsr Island 


Weaver 


do 


o 

Ireland 


Labourer 


Capt. Betts 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


England 


Labourer 


Lieut. Weeks 


do 


Seaman 


Lieut. Volentine 


do 


Weaver 


do 


Loner Island . , 


Labourer 


do 


o 

Ireland 


Brewer 


do 


New England 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


England 


Barber 


do 


Philadelphia 


Cordwainer 


Capt. Braine 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


Scotland 


do 


Capt. Ja 8 ' Smith 


Ireland 


Tanner 


do 


England 


do 


do 


Ireland 


Blacksmith 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


Lone: Island . . 


Cordwainer 


do 


o 

do 


Weaver 


do 


Ireland 


Labourer 


L 1 ' Volentine 


do 


do 


Capt. Birdsal 


do 


do 


Capt. Ben Smith 


do 


do 


Capt. Birdsal 









ISAAC CORSA, Co LL 



246 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 

COMPANY. 

Captain, Anthony Waters. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


Charles Price 


Marcli27 


3 


Harford Shire . 


Marina Duke Bunton 


do 27 


T> 


jerseys . 


Edward M c Donald 


April i 


so 


Dublin 


Thomas Milburn 


do i 


18 


Staten Island. . 


s Tames Sumerlin 


do 13 


22 


Ireland 


Thorn 5 ' Kitsjerald . . 


do 14 


21 


do 


Benjamin M c Cleany . . 


do 17 


2S 


do 


John Stealy 


May Q 


27 


England . 


George Cooper . . . 


April 4 


33 


Germany 


10 Martin Jordan 


do s 


25 


Ireland 


Wil m ' Lance 


do 20 


34 


London 


Wil m Anderson 


do 26 


T8 


New York .... 


Jn Smith 


do 30 


2S 


Ireland 


Abr m - Grummo 


do 24 


5O 


Albany . 


IS Vincent Fountain . 


do S 


25 


Staten Island. . 


David Dye .... 


do i 3 


3S 


do 


Michael Warin 


do 25 


^6 


Germany 


Ralph Skidmore 


do 28 


IQ 


Staten Island. . 


Jeremiah Wool 


March 22 


4O 


New York .... 


20 Peter Cole 


April 13 


18 


Staten Island . . 


Thorn 5 - Dockety 


do 12 


71 


Ireland 


Wil m - M c Key 


do 5 


23 


Staten Island . . 


Barth w M c Guire 


March 27 


2S 


Germany 


Paul Tibbits 


do do 


T.Q 


New England . 


2S John Hi^gins . 


April 16 


^6 


London . 


John Sworts 


do 12 


24 


Germany 


John Snell 


do 14 


28 


do 


Jacob Wessells 


March 2 2 


4.S 


do 


Wil m - Wiless 


do 22 


24 


England 


30 Mathias Chadwell .... 


April 3 


IQ 


Brunswick 


John Johnston 


do i 3 


x y 
20 


Staten Island 


Thorn 5 - Chadwell 


do A 


27 


Jerseys 


John Martin 


March 22 


4S 


Ireland 


Wil m Hunter 


do do 


2S 


do 


35 Jn- MNeily . 


do 22 


27 


do 


Joseph Hatch. . 


April 8 


18 


Jerseys 


Andrew Ogg . 


do 24 


43 


Scotland . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 247 



THE COUNTY OF RICHMOND FOR CAPTAIN WATERS 
APRIL 1760. 

Nathaniel Hilliard, ) T . 

' > Lieutenants. 
\ 



Trade. 


Out of what Company 
of the Militia. 


Stature. 


Description of the Men's 
Persons. 






Feet In. 




Talowchandler 


Capt. Wright . . 


5 8 


Dark Eyes Dark hair 


Labourer .... 


do .. 


5 5 


do do 


do 


do 


5 5 


Blue do do 


Carpenter. . . . 


do 


5 4 


do light do 


Weaver 


do 


c c 


do dark do 


Labourer .... 


do 


j j 

5 i 


Dark do dark do 


do 


do 


5 10 


Blue do brown do 


Miner 


o . . 


^ Q 


dark do dark do 


Cordwainer . . 


do 


j y 

5 5 


do do 


Labourer .... 


do 


5 6 


do light hair 


do 


do 


5 4 


Blue Eyes Dark hair 


do 


Capt. Dubois . . 


5 8 


do do 


do 


do 


5 10 


do do 


do 


do 


5 6 


do do 


do 


do 


5 10 


do do 


do 


do 


5 9 


Dark Eyes do 


do 


do 


5 6 


do do 


do 


do 


5 8 


do do 


do 


do 


5 8 


do do 


do 


do 


5 4 


do do 


do 


do 


5 i 


Light Eyes light hair 


do 


do 


5 5 


do do 


do 


do 


5 i 


Dark do dark do 


do 


Capt. Geyoung. 


5 7 


do do 


Labourer .... 


do 


5 10 


Blue Eyes do do 


Butcher .... 


do 


5 5 


Dark do do do 


Taylor 


do 


c c 


Blue do do do 


Labourer .... 


do 


J J 

5 3 


Light do Sandy do 


Joyner 


do 


C 7 


Dark do Dark do 


Labourer .... 


Capt. Carsen . . 


j i 

5 7 


Blue do Dark do 


do 


do 


5 10 


Blue do do do 


Cooper 


do 


5 ii 


Blue do Dark do 


Labourer 


do 


j 

5 5 


Light do light do 


do 


do 


5 10 


do do 


do 


do 


5 7 


Dark do Dark 


do 


do 


5 6 


Blue do Brown 


do 


do 


5 5 


Light do Sandy 



248 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


Isaac Johnston, Sen r - . . . . 
Joseph Hawkins 


April 24 
do 26 


26 

37 


Staten Island. . 
England . 


40 Isaac Johnston, Jun. . . . 


March 28 


20 


Staten Island. . 


Richard Wilkison . . 


April 8 


17 


Jerseys . 


Isaiah Jones 


do 8 


T8 


do 


John Veltman 


March 22 


T.7 


Curesoo 


John Bristed 


April IQ 


10 


Staten Island. . 


4 1 ) Patrick Corkin . 


do 26 


4<> 


Ireland 


Shadrah Titus 


April 24. 


27 


Staten Island . . 


Archibald M c Donald 


do 1 6 


T8 


Scotland 


Gcor~e I^avart . . 


May 14 


21 


Germany 


40 John Baker 


do 14 


IQ 


Staten Island . . 











A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASSED IN 

COMPANY, MAY 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of Jnlistm'- 


Age. 


Where born. 


Antony Noble 


Mch 28 


4O 


New York .... 


Paul Hamel 


do 2T, 


7C 


Germany . 


Samuel Wiiile . . 


do 21 


2Q 


Philadelphia 


George Cooney . 


do 24 


24 


Rhode Island 


Collin Campbell . 


do 26 


18 


Scotland . . . 


Robert Robinson 


do 2Q 


17 


do 


Thomas Mathevv 


do 30 


1O 


Enland . 


Cornelius Slator. . . . 


Ap'l \ 


4O 


Ireland 


William Croudor 


do 4 


2Q 


Virginia 


Thomas Jordon . 


do 4 


24 


Barmudas . . 


John Ludowier . 


, ** 

do 4 


28 


Germany . 


Benjamin Beamy 


do t, 


22 


Connecticut 


Francis Nicholas . 


do 7 


IQ 


France 


Cornells M c Mannis 


do 7 


2Q 


Ireland 


John Po\ver 


do l 


jy 
IQ 


do 


Duncan M c Kinzie 


o 
do i 


z y 
18 


Scotland , . . 


Michael Rake 


do 8 


4O 


Germany 


James Flenninc[ham . 


do a 


12 


Ireland . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 249 



Trade. 


Out of what Company 
of the Militia. 


Stature. 


Description of the Men's 
Persons. 


Labourer .... 
Cordvvainer . . 
Labourer .... 
Cooper 


Capt. Carsen . . 
do 
do 
do 


Feet In. 

5 5 
5 4 
5 9 
5 4 


Blue Eyes 'Brown 
Black do Black 
do do 
do do 


ShipCarpenter 
Labourer .... 
Weaver 


do 
do 
do 


5 3 
6 o 

5 7 


Blue do Brown 
Light do Light 
do do 


Taylor 


do 


c 7 


Blue do Dark 


Labourer .... 
do 
do 
do 


do 
Capt. Dubois . . 
Capt. Geyoung. 
Capt. Dubois . . 


5 ii 

5 3 
5 6 
5 8 


Dark do do 
do do do 
Light do Light 
Blue do Light 



ISAAC CORSA. 



THE COUNTY OF ALBANY FOR CAPTAIN VAN VEGHTEN'S 
THE IST 1760. 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Officers who Inlisted. 


Cooper 


Capt. Bratt .... 


Capt. Van Veghten 


Butcher 


do 


do 


Labourer 


Ad m - Vroman 


do 


do 


Van Vranken 


do 


do 


Ransler 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Turner 


Rich d - Halenbeck. . 


do 


Tailor 


do 


do 


Labourer 


Staats 


do 


Rope Maker 


Van Ranslow . . . 


L t- De Ganno 


Labourer 


Tymesen 


Capt. Van Veghten 


do 


Halenbeck 


do 


Tailor 


Roseboom 


do 


Labourer 


V. Vranken 


do 


Tailor 


Staats 


do 


Labourer 


Van Housen 


L 1 V. Denbergh 


Shoemaker .... 


Bratt 


Capt. V. Vesrhten 


Labourer . 


Staats. . 


1 o 

do 



250 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of Inlistm'- 


Age. 


Where born. 


Michael Mian 


Ap'l Q 


^O 


Ireland 


John Corbet 


do 10 


4.2 


do 


John Shutts 


do 1 1 


11 


Germany 


Nicholas Vanderkirk . . 


do 1 1 


IQ 


Albany 


Isaac Ousterhout 


do 12 


21 


Connecticut . . . 


William Wattery 


do 12 


18 


do 


Oliver Hider 


do 12 


I 7 


do 


Philip Shipey 


do 12 


2T> 


Boston 


Abraham Carny 


do 12 


21 


Connecticut . . . 


Ebenezer Bigsbey 


do 12 


16 


do 


Albert Roatch 


do 12 


26 


Germany 


Samuel Malbry 


do 12 


16 


Connecticut . . . 


Robert Meeker 


do 1 2 




do 


James Durham 


do 12 


2; 


Ireland 


Andrew Ballerson 


do 12 


2\ 


Connecticut . . . 


Elisha Rose 


do 12 


16 


New York . . . 


Rulif Dutchcr 


do 12 


18 


New England . 


John Kills 


do 12 


2C 


do 


Samel Day 


do 14 


"j 
27 


Boston 


Phillip Buck .... 


do 14 


I 7 


Germany 


William Evans 


do 14 


1 / 
2\ 


Ireland . . . 


James Williams 


do 14. 


T.Q 


do ....... 


William Younrr . 


do 1 3 


J:* 

18 


Philadelphia 


o 

John Volly 


do 1 5 


22 


Germany 


Percee Watter 


do i C 


-3C 


Boston 


Paul Pains 


do 16 


22 


do 


Charles Dougharty .... 


do 17 


T.T. 


Ireland 


Alexander M c Bride . ... 


do 1 8 


2$ 


do 


William Chitehart 


do 18 


- j 
27 


Philadelphia 


John Ryan . 


do 10 


24. 


Encrland 


William Strong; . 


do 22 


2O 


o 

Pensilvania 


George Buck . 


do 2 


2O 


Germany 


John Ward 


do 23 


2s 


Ireland 


Edward Dormancl 


*"' * j 
do 24. 


T.Q 


do 


Perter Pelly.. 


do 24 


JQ 


France 


John Ebbie. . 


do 25 


j^- 1 
2O 


Germany 


Isaac Hills 


do 25 


2C 


Connecticut 


Jeremiah Ousterhout . . . 
Rulif Dutcher J r -. 


do 25 
do 25 


*j 
17 
22 


do 
do 


John Nap . 


do 215 


2 i 


do 


Francis Flemming 


do 26 


4.O 


Holland 


John Tingue 


do 27 


21 


England 


John Able . 


do ?7 


11 


Rarharlnf><; 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 251 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Officers who Inlisted. 


Labourer 


V. Arnem 


Capt. V. Veghten 


do 


Staats 


L 4 - V. Denbergh 


do 


Dubois 


o 

Capt. V. Veghten 


do 


do 


do 


Carpenter 


Staats 


do 


Labourer 


Lansing 


L'' Garmo 




V. Allen 


do 


Tailor 


Ranslow 


Capt. V. Veghten 


Labourer 


V. Vranken 


do 


do 


Staats 


L t- Garmo 


do 


Halenbeck 


Capt. V. Vecrhten 


do 


Lansing 


X O 

L t- Garmo 


Shoemaker 


V. Vranken 


Capt. V. Veghten 


Labourer 


Staats 


l o 

L t- Garmo 


do 


Ranslar 


Capt. Van Veghten 


do ::: 


Staats 


do 


do 


Hanson 


L t- Garmo 


do 


Ranslor 


Capt. V. Veghten 


Sailor 


Staats 


do 


Labourer 


Groat 


do 


Tailor 


Ranslor 


do 


Bellesmaker 


Staats 


L*- V. Denbergh 


Labourer 


Halenbeck 


Capt. V. Veghten 


Shoemaker 


do 


do 


Blacksmith 


Tymesen 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Tailor 


Winne 


do 


Weaver 


do 


L t- Garmo 


Carpenter 


Tymesen 


Capt. V. Veghten 


Labourer 


M. Halenbeck .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Bratt 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Tymesen 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Halenbeck 


do 


do 


Bratt 


L t- Garmo 


Blacksmith . . . 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


Winne 


do 


do 


Tymesen 


do 


Barber . . . . 


do 


Capt. V. Veghten 


Labourer 


Roseboom 


do 


Weaver 


Halenbeck. 


do 



252 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of Inlistm 1 - 


Age. 


Where born. 


John Welsh 


Ap'l 27 


2\ 


Ireland 


Thomas Brown 


do 28 


16 


Connecticut . . . 


Christopher Ludwig . 


do 28 


22 


Germany 


John Doron 


do 28 


17 


Albany 


Thomas Wainwright .... 


do 28 


2O 


England 


Mathew Dice 


do 28 


21 


Ireland 


Jacob Bender 


do 2Q 


18 


Long Island . . 


Jacob Jones 


do 20 


19 


D 

Connecticut . . . 


Patrick Lamy 


do 20 


H 


Ireland 


Daniel Woods 


do 2Q 


2\ 


do 


Patrick Connely 


do 2Q 


26 


do 


James Bantely 


do 2Q 


}6 


Connecticut 


Joseph Nisbit 


do 1O 


2\ 


Long Island 


Phillip Wonder 


do T.O 


2; 


Germany . . 


Peter Huyck 


do 10 


2O 
* w 


Albany 


Jacob Hills 


do 30 


IQ 


Connecticut . . . 


John Farguson 


do 30 


2; 


Ireland 


Robert Griffin 


do 30 


j 
21 


do 


Isaac W'oodcock 


May 


16 


Kinderhook .'. . 


Peter Boyles 


do st 


I 7 


do 


Jacob Michael. . 


do 


1 / 
22 


Germany 


James Butler 


do 


21 


England . 


Peter Hinkel 


do 


AO 


Holland 


Jeremiah Clerk 


do 2 


dO 


Ireland 


Roger Monasrhan.. 


do 2 


T.Q 


do 


George Hough . 


do 2 


18 


Germany 


Antony Swarts. . 


do 2 


2 I 


do 


Peter Defavette 


do T. 


2 


Prance 


Peter Crouse 


do 


"* 3 


Germany 


Stesopus Smith 


do 5 


*j 
IQ 


Connecticut 


John Morris . 


do 5 


1 y 
IO 


do 


Thomas Coleman 


do o 


i y 

2s 


Virginia 


Isaac Arnhout 


do 6 th 


*3 

16 


Germany 


Christian Smoake 


do 6 


18 


Mohawk River 


John Fitzgerald . 


do 12 


18 


Maryland 


William Spencer 


do o 


A2 


England 


John M c Collum 


do 9 


2 


Boston 











NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 253 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Officers who Inlisted. 


Shoemaker . . 


R. Wheeler 


Capt. V. Veghten 


Labourer 


V. Hoosen 


L' V. Denbergh 


do 


do 


do 


do 


V. Alen 


do 


Tailor . 


do 


do 


Labourer . . . 


Tymesen 


Capt. V. Veghten 


do 


Service. 


L t- Garmo 


do 


V. Housen 


do 


do 


Winne 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


V. Alen 


do 


\Veaver .... 


Dubois 


Capt. V. Veghten 


Labourer . 


Halenbeck 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Weaver . ... 


V. Alen 


do 


Labourer 


Halenbeck 


do 


Cordwainer 


Winne 


do 


Labourer 


V, Alen 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Baker . 


Staats 


do 


Cldthier 


Halenbeck 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


do 


Weaver 


Tymesen 


do 


Labourer 


Dubois 


L*- V. Denbergh 


Baker .... 


Ad m - Vroman 


Capt.V. Veghten 


Labourer 


do 


L*- V. Denbergh 


do 


Campbell 


Capt. V. Veghten 


do 


V. Alen 


L'- V. Denbergh 


Carpenter 


Curts 


L t- Degarmo 


do 


Ad m - Vroman 


L l - V. Denbergh 


Labourer .... 


Dubois 


do 


do 


Petrue 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. V. Veghten 


do 


Truex 


do 


do 


Wells 


do 


do 


do 


do 









254 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAIS'D IN THE COUNTY OF 

PANY MAY 

Captain, Peter Harris. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of Inlistm 1 - 


Age. 


Where Born. 


Bartho w Hoo^eboom . . . 


Ap l - 5 


2O 


Dutchess 


John Ferguson 


do 26 


2Q 


Connecticut . . . 


Marcus Snydcr 


do ; 


I 7 


Dutchess 


William Tompkins 


do 4 


18 


Ulster 


Thimoty Howmans .... 
Wilhelmus Steenbergh. . 


do 26 
do ; 


42 
2O 


Long Island . . . 
Ulster 


Tobias Steenbergh 


do 26 


21 


do 


Israel Chilson 


do 7 


I 7 


N. England . . . 


Capt. Peter Harris 








Henry Rundel, Indian . . 
Peter Cole 


do 20 
do 26 


17 
22 


Rhode Island. . 
Dutchess 


Zacharias Snyder 


do 26 


22 


do 


John Buys 


do 26 


18 


do 


John Lassen 


do 26 


IQ 


do 


John Tompkins 


do 8 


x y 

\2 


W 1 - Chester 


Martin Bush 


do 16 


j^ 
18 


Dutchess . . . 


Samuel Matthews 


do 26 


IQ 


do 


Peter Johnson 


do 26 


18 


do 


Asa Perkins 


do 8 


18 


N* England 


Gedion Turner 


do 8 


22 


do 


Nath 1 - Washburn .... 


do i 


2 I 


do 


Abra m- Swartwout 


do 8 


I 7 


Dutchess . . . . 


Myndert V. D. Bogert . 


do 8 


40 


do 


Isaac Burnett 


do 16 


->6 


do 


Isaac Parmetier 


do 16 


21 


do 


William Corkeran 


do 26 


*j 

2 I 


Westchester . 


Richard Munyon 


do 1 6 


2 3 


Rhode Island 


John Dandey 


do 1 6 


*j 

17 


New York 


John Van Denbogert . . . 


do 26 


01 

T.2 


Dutchess 


James Webb . 


do 18 


28 


England 


Daniel Moore 


do 26 


AO 


Ireland 


Abraham Burrows 


do 26 


t t^ > 
42 


New York 


Isaac German 


do 8 


3 I 


England 


James Alls\vorth 


do 26 


J l 
I 7 


N England 


Elisah Ballard 


do 26 


1 / 
21 


o 

do 


Elisah Powel 


do 8 


22 


do 


Moses Prindle 


do 1 2 


22 


do 


Timity Harris . 


do 12 


J- 6 
17 


do 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 255 

DUTCHESS AND PASS'D FOR CAPT. PETER HARRIS'S COM- 
Y E i: 1760. 

Lieut 8 - \ J se P h Powel - 
' j Isaac Conclin. 



Trade. 


What Company of Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Labourer 


Capt. Leyster 


Capt. Harris 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Carpender 


do 


do 


Farmer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Humphris 


do 


do 


Capt. Lyster 
Capt. Vielie . . 


do 


Weaver 


do , 


do 


Farmer 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Losie 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Weaver 


Capt. V. Keuren 


do 


Blacksmith 


do 


do 


Farmer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Toyner . 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Black Smith 


Capt. Tappen 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Cordwainer . . . 


do 


do 


Farmer 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Labourer . .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Founder 


do 


do 


Schoolmaster 


do 


do 


Brickmaker 


do 


do 


Weaver 


Capt. Delamater 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Mead 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Blacksmith . 


do 


do 



256 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of Inlistm 1 


Age. 


Where Born. 


John House . 


Ap 1 - 7 


18 


Dutchess 


Samuel Ho^es 


Ap L 12 


24 


Connecticut . . . 


Samuel Benedict 


do 12 


18 


do 


Abraham Van Ambrugh . 
Amos Turner 


do 10 
do 8 


25 
29 


Westchester . . . 
Boston 


Darmon Bartlev 


do I 


18 


Dutchess . ... 


Jeremiah Steanburgh . . . 


do 16 


17 


do 


John Benndigin 


do $ 


42 


Ireland 


Jeremiah Wood 


do 26 


20 


New York .... 


George Mense 


do 24 


IQ 


Ulster County. 


Benjaman Phillips 


do 24 


19 


Boston 


Joseph He fr eman 


do 10 


IQ 


Dutchess 


\Villiam Buys 


do 24 


IQ 


do 


John Hickey 


do 10 


I 7 


Albany County. 


Henry Buys 


do 10 


2^ 


Dutchess 


Tunis Cole ... .... 


do 24 


2O 


do 


Peter Ostrander 


do 7 


IO 


do 


Peter Simson . . .... 


do 24 


26 


New York .... 


Joseph Lott 


do 28 


18 


Dutchess Co . . 


Jacob Jones 


M'ch 3 


48 


Merahland ... 


John Wording 


Ap 1 - 24 


17 


Loner Island 


Isaac \Vansor 


do 19 


7-2 


D 

do 


John Stone 


do 26 


j j 

47 


England . 


John Graham 


do 8 


T.T. 


do 


Isaac Benzel 


do 26 


18 


Lon^ Island 


John Lake 


do 26 


4Q 


Boston . 


Benjamin North 


do 26 


18 


Lon- Island 


William Conaly 


do 26 


2C 


Ireland 


Christopher Smith 


do 26 


~j 

42 


Long Island 


John Lake, J r - 


do 26 


18 


Boston 


Solomon Seaman 


do 26 


17 


Dutchess 


Peter Wasfall 


do 26 


1 / 
I 7 


do 


William Pangborn. . 


do 26 


22 


Jerseys . 


Comb Wood 


do I 


IQ 


do 


Jacob Ladevv 


do 10 


jy 
16 


Dutchess 


Andrew Myers. . 


do I 


11 


Germany 


Nucomb Smith 


do 9 


j * 
IO 


Connecticut 


John Vredingbourgh . 


do 10 


2O 


Dutchess 


Abraham Vredingborcr . . 


do 1 8 


22 


do 


Cyrenios Nucomb 


do 8 


3d 


Connecticut 


John Murry 


do 26 


jy 

4O 


Ireland 


Fransis Mathitt 


do 26 


2Q 


Old France 


Leonard Hunold. 


Ap 1 - i 


*y 

26 


Germany . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 257 



Trade. 


What Company of Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Cordwainer 


Capt. Mead 


Capt. Harris 


Farmer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Stootenberg 


do 


Blacksmith 


Capt. V. Kuren 


do 


Farmer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Tappan 


do 


do 


Capt. Hostenbourgh .... 


do 


do 


Capt. Tappan 


do 


do 


Capt. Hostenboursrh 


do 


do 


F O 

do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do .... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Miller 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Black Smith 


Capt. Hicks 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Ja b- Harcor 


do 


do 


Capt. Jackson 


do 


Weaver 


Capt. Henry Har 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Neu 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Carpenter . 


Capt. De Witt 


do 


Labourer. , 


do 


do 



17 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Peter Van Ballen 

Jacob Shaver 

Peack De Witt 

Robert Cane 

Peter Cammell 

Martin Simon 

Sickner 

Major Pawling 

James Hobs 

Sephen Crons 

Peter Lowdiwits 

Garritt Van Ness 

John Ostrander 

Jacob Mace 

Jacob Boice 

Peter Fredenburgh .... 

William Shilley 

Anthony Turk 

Mattaies Fredenburgh. 
Benj. Fredenbergh .... 

Peter Weaver 

David Wells 

Jacobus Kiep 

George Elliout 

Fielx Layster 



Ap 1 26 

do 26 

do 26 

M'ch 31 

Ap 1 - 25 

M'ch 31 

Ap 1 - 25 

do 9 

do 5 

do 5 

do 18 

do 25 

do 8 

do 8 

do 23 

do 23 

do 5 

do 23 

do 20 

do 24 

do 23 

do 26 

do 26 

do 12 



Day Inlistm'- Age. 



Where Born. 



17 
20 

18 

17 



30 Dutchess 

do 

do 

do 

do 

20 Germany 
26 Dutchess 



1 8 Dutchess 

25 Ulster County 

22 Germany 

i 8 Albany 

17 Dutchess . . . . 

31 Jersey 

31 Dutchess 

18 do . . . . 

23 Germany 

17 do . ... 

37 Dutchess .... 
20 do . . . . 

17 do 

19 Dutchess .... 

20 do 

28 Ireland 

17 Dutchess 



The above Contains One Captain, two Lieu ls - & one hun- 



C ATTAIN JOHN VAN NESS HIS 
Capt. John Van Ness. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of Inlist. 


Age. 


Simeon Barber, Lieut .... 






Michael Stilwel 


AD'' 2\ 


-3 1 


Moses Barber 


do 2\ 


j 
IQ 


Jacob Miller . ... 


do 24 


1 y 

27 


Roswell Nettleton . 


do 27 


16 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 259 



Trade. 


What Company of Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Weaver 


Capt. De Witt 


Capt. Harris 


Lab r - 


do 


do 


Cooper 


do 


do 


Labourer ......... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Shoemaker 


do 


do 


Caner 


Capt. H. Harman . . 


do 
do 


Weaver 


Capt. I. Harman 




Mason 


do 


do 


Tanner 


Capt. H. Harman . 


do 


Barber 


Capt. F. Near 


do 


Blacksmith 


Capt. Vetie 


do 


Labourer 


Capt. J. Haremair 


do 


do 


Capt. Near 


do 


Weaver , . . . 


do 


do 


Labourer 


Capt. F. Harman . . . 


do 


do 


Capt. Near 


do 


Cordvvainer 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Capper 


do 


do 


Labour 


Capt. Stoutenburgh .... 


do 


do 


Capt. Velie 


do 


do 


do 


do 









dred & four privates mustered by me. 

BARTHO W LE Roux, Muster Master 
of Dutchess County. 

MUSTER ROLL MAY 1760. 

Samuel Whelpley, ) Lieut . s . 
Simeon Barber, j 



Where born. 


Trade. 


What Company of 
Militia. 


Long Island 


Weaver 


Capt. Humphreys 


Rhode Island 


Cordwainer 


do 


Dutchess 


do 


do 


New England . 


Farmer . 


do 



260 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of Inlist. 


Age. 


Benjamin Brovvnel . . . . 


Ap 1 - 26 


3Q 


Leonard Farguson 


do 26 


21 


Enos Fereruson . . 


do 26 


21 


o 

John Daly. . 


do 14 


17 


Henry Joshling .... 


do 1 1 


18 


John Sharp J r -. . 


do 20 


IQ 


William Ferris 


do 20 


IQ 


John Joshling. , 


do 1 1 


21 


Solomon Kinery 


do 12 


^6 


Daniel Fenny 


do 2 


24 


Ebnezer Atwater 


do 12 


17 


Mikell Burk 


do 27 


j/ 
2O 


John Wilman 


do 1 i 


2O 


John Gray 


do 27 


2 I 


Silvanus Willebus 


do 26 


26 


Eli Runnels 


do 10 


21 


Samuel Moore 


do 1 1 


~J 
1 1 


John Richardson 


do 20 


IO 


John Sharp . 


do 23 


j^ 

C2 


David Shirdwint 


do 1 1 


D^ 
22 


Isaack Betherton 


do 26 


Al 


Isaack Betherton J r - 


do ^6 


16 


Jacob Miller . 


do 26 


2O 


John Paddock. . . 


do 26 


*y 

16 


Benjamin Streater . 


do i 


22 


Jacob Spanenbenrh . 


do 26 


l6 


Abraham Johnson 


do 5 


j^ 

18 


Johannes Lones 


do 26 


I 7 


Nicholas Luyck J r 


do 25 


1 / 

5 ? 


Joseph Cooe . 


do c 


JJ 

72 


Nicholas Cramer 


rlo TO 


T 7 


Robert Willess 


do 26 


1 / 

/12 


Jacob Cline. . 


flo 27 


4^ 

TO 


John Williams 


uu 4 $ 

do 10 


x y 

^8 


Henry Kieffer 


do IO 


j 

7/1 


Adam Wolferron 


do 26 


j4 

/IO 


Isaac Cole, Jr . 


do in 


4 U 
in 


John Morris 


do 26 


*y 

7 C 


Nicholas Huygh 


do 10 


03 
27 


Oliver Ecker 


do TO 


^J 

7O 


Michael Lush 


Ho C 


6 U 

TO, 


Samuel Wheeler 


Ho TO 


*y 

27 


Jacobus Ostrander . 


do o 


Z J 
18 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 26l 



Where born. 


Trade. 


What Company of 
Militia. 


Rhode Island 


Farmer 


Capt. Losie 


Dutchess 


do 


do 


Dutchess 


do 


do 


Boston 


do 


Capt. Delamater 


R. Island 


Labourer 


Capt. Mead 


Dutchess 


do 


Capt. Jackson 


N. England 


do 


Capt. Mead 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


Boston 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Connecticut 


Carpenter 


Capt. Hopkins 


do 


Farmer 


Capt. Delamater 


do 


Cordwainer . . . . 


do 


do 


Joiner 


do 


do ... 


Farmer 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. D. Jackson 


Long Island 


Weaver 


do 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


Westchester . 


do 


do 


Long Island 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Germany 


do 


Capt. Mead 


Dutchess 


do 


Capt. Jackson 


R. Island 


Farmer 


Capt. Mead 


Germany 


do 


Capt. DeWitt 


Terseys . 


Black Smith 


Capt. Hoffman 


Dutchess 


Farmer 


Capt. Viele 


Albany County 


do 


Capt. J. Heermans 


Horse Neck 


Cord Winder 


do 


Germany 


Farmer 


Capt. Hoffman 


England 


Cord Winder 


do 


Germany 


Butcher 


Capt. Near 


Ireland 


Labourer 


Capt. Hoffman 


Albany County .... 


do 


do 


Germany 


Farmer 


Capt. Viele 


Dutchess 


Cord Winder 


Capt. Heermans 


Ireland 


Mason 


Capt. Hoffman 


Dutchess 


Farmer 


Capt. Viele 


\Vestchester 


Weaver 


do 


Dutchess 


Farmer 


Capt. J. Heermans 


Ulster 


do 


Capt. Hoffman 


Dutchess . 


do 


Cant. Heermans 



262 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 


Inlist. 


Age. 


Philip Johnson 


An 1 


IO 


2\ 


Adam Ostrander 


do 


8 


52 


Teunis Cover 


do 


2<; 


21 


Philip Tuff 


do 


?6 


24 


Peter Buckle 


do 


?6 


27 


Benedick Fritz 


do 


2\ 


2C 


Elisha Blin 


do 


->6 


27 


Elija Buttles 


do 


^6 


17 


Samuel Richards 


do 


17 


24 


William Lowell 


do 


I 7 


cc 


William Willeby 


do 


I 7 


2\ 


Domeney Digers 


do 


17 


\2 


James Hurd 


do 


I 7 


2O 


Miles Grissil 


do 


->6 


18 


Caleb Reynolds 


do 


A 


24 


Hendrick Ostrander 


do 


I I 


2"; 


Charles M c Carty 


do 


26 


AT. 


Adam Sloutcr. , 


do 


17 


18 



The above contains one Captain two Lieut ts - and Sixty 



A MUSTKR ROLL OK THE MEN RAISD IN THE COUNTY 

REA'S COMPANY 

Capt. Richard Rea. 

MKN'S NAMES. 



Oliver Fox Ap 

William Day do 

Jeremiah Parmer do 

John Cannon, Lieut 

Tilton Eastman do 

William Eastman do 

James Richards 

Samuel Dalie 

Joshua Hill 

Isaac Ter Bush, Lieut 

Capt. Richard Rea 

Joseph Beavans 

Samuel Terry, Lieut 

Josiah Hale 



Day of 


Inlist. 


Age. 


Ap 1 - 


'4 


19 


do 


I2 


'7 


do 


23 


16 


do 


16 


18 


do 


16 


20 


do 


19 


18 


do 


15 


21 


do 


12 


19 


do 

1 


3 


17 



10 



27 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 26; 



Where born. 


Trade. 


What Company of 
Militia. 


Ulster 


Farmer 


Capt. Hoffman 


do 


Weaver 


Capt. Heermans 


Germany 


Labourer 


Capt, Heermans 


do 


do 


Capt. do 


Rhode Island 


do 


Capt. do 


Germany 


do 


Capt. Near 


Connecticut . . . 


Cooper 


Capt. Viele 


do 


Labourer 


Capt. Edwards 


do 


do 


Capt. Viele 


do 


Cordwinder 


Capt. Edwards 


do 


Labourer 


Capt. do 


France 


do 


Capt. do 


Connecticut 


do 


Capt. do 


do 


Joiner 


Capt do 


Connecticut 


Labourer 


Capt do 


Albany 


Labourer 


Capt Viele 


Ireland 


Labourer 


Capt Viele 


Dutchess Countv. . 


do 


Cant. Edwards 



five privates Mustered by me. 

BARTHOR W - LE Roux, 
Muster Master of Dutchess County. 



OF DUCHESS AND 
MAY Y E i: 1760. 



PASSED MUSTER FOR CAPT. RICHARD 



Lieut 5 - \ J hn Cannon - 
' ) Samuel Terry. 



Where born. 


Trade. 


What Company of Militia. 


Connecticut 


Farmer . . 


Capt. Bogardus 


New England 


do 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 
do 


do 


do .... 


Capt. P. D. Bois 


Dutchess 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Eleazer D. Bois 


Rhode Island 


Weaver 


do 


Rhode Island 




do 

Capt. Humphries 
Capt Lyster 


Connecticut , 


Cordwainer . 


Capt. J s - Livingston 
do 



264 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 


Inlist. 


Age. 


Solomon Cole 


Ap 1 


21 


17 


James Cooee 


do 


8 


I/ 


Joseph Flee 


do 


12 


1 7 


Benjamin Bennett 


do 


4 


16 


Nath 1 - Earl 


do 


14 


18 


Daniel Parks 


do 


M 


18 


Thimoty Pierce 


do 


28 


IQ 


Samuel Coxwell 


do 


28 


17 


Benjamen Franklen 


do 


24 


18 


Ephraim Darling 


do 


25 


17 


Geor"e Bundy 


do 


2\ 


26 


Ichabud Panniter. 


do 


24 


48 


Joseph Odel 


do 


2\ 


41 


Zeth Covel 


do 


16 


22 


Benjamin Bcamus 


do 


12 


17 


William Stephens . 


do 


2S 


22 


Daniel Allen 


do 


2\ 


4O 


Phineas Woodard 


do 


12 


26 


Thomas \Vilcoks 


do 


26 


2Q 


James M c Neal T 


do 


26 


28 


Joshua Loveless 


do 


A 


I 7 


Joseph Ashcraft 


do 


12 


16 


Stephen Hall 


do 


7 


22 


Abr m - Hartwell 


Ap 1 - 


18 


17 


Ebenezer Balie 


do 


26 


21 


Theodoras Crosbie 


do 


c 


2O 


David Cash 


do 


6 


I 7 


George Guage . 


do 


18 


2O 


Asa Cummings 


do 


25 


18 


John Frost 


do 


*j 

26 


20 


Jesse Fairchild 


do 


14 


17 


Richard March 


do 


6 


1 / 
17 


Austin Wright. 


do 


26 


2O 


John Roberts 


do 


26 


2 I 


Benjamin Higgens , 


do 


26 


27 


Abner Doughty. . 


do 


26 


*j 

2O 


Nath 1 Green 


do 


I A 


23 


Thomas Merrick 


do 


lf r 

18 


*j 

I 7 


Samuel Hopkins.. 


do 


14 


1 / 
21 


Benjamen Hopkins.. 


do 


6 


21 


David Vickroy . . 


do 


28 


22 


James Cowen 


do 


26 


/l /I 


Joseph Robins 


do 


26 


44 

3/1 


Asa Loudinton .... 


do 


16 


JT- 
17 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 265 



Where born. 


Trade. 


What Company of Militia. 


Boston 


Farmer 


Capt. J s Livingston 


Rhode Island 


do 


do 


Dutchess 


do 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


Dutchess 


do 


Capt. Earl 


N. England 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do ...... 


do 


Dutchess 


do 


do 


R. Island 


Cordwainer . 


do 


Connecticut 


Collier 


do 


do .... ' 


Weaver .... 


do 


Boston 


Cordwainer . 


Capt. Livingston 


Dutchess 


Farmer 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Ross 


Connecticut 


Carpenter. . . 


do 


do 


Labourer . . . 


do 


Boston 


do 


do 


Ireland 


do 


do 


Rhode Island 


do 


Capt. Livingston 


Connecticut '. . . . 


do 


do 


R. Island 


Weaver 


do 


N. England 


Farmer 


Capt. Dickenson 


R. Island 


do 


do 


Boston 


do 


do 


Dutchess 


Cooper 


do 


Boston 


Farmer. 


clo 


do 


Cooper 


do 


Dutchess 


Cordwainer . 


do 


Connecticut 


Toyner . 


do 


Dutchess 


Weaver .... 


do 


Long Island 


Farmer 


do 


R. Island 


do ... 


do 


Boston 


Weaver 


do 


Long Island 


Farmer. . 


do 


N. England 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Farmer. 


do 


Boston 


Marriner 


do 


do 


Farmer. 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


Ireland 


Farmer. 


do 


Boston 


Marriner 


do 


Dutchess . , 


Farmer. . 


Caot. Bo^ardus 



266 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Day of Inlist. 



Cumfort Loudinton Ap 1 - 

Isaac Crow do 

Obadiah Chace do 

Jacob Pepper do 

James Lovelace do 

Abner Goodspeed do 

Ephariam James do 

John House do 

Isaac Wilcocks do 

John Bennet do 

Caleb Worden do 

Jacob Burges do 

John Sunderling do 

Samuel Fox do 

Simeon Covel do 

Gideon Hollester do 

Samuel Spalding do 

Zephaniah Little do 

Elamuel Fuller do 

Jeradiah Davis do 

John Dean do 

Jonathan Lawrence do 

James Shaw do 

John Hiames do 

Elijah Hamlen do 

James Ravelje do 

Stephen Fenton do 

Zazares Ellis ' do 

Nath 1 - Hollester do 

Andrew Atvvood do 

Plagery Sprague do 

Samuel Nelson j do 

Maher Daggett do 

John Nelson do 

John Barber, J r May 

Samuel Dimmick do 

Ebenezer Robertson ! do 

William Roe do 



16 

2 
24 

3 
15 

2 

23 
12 

3 
18 

20 
20 

4 
'4 
18 

14 

21 

8 

18 

26 

26 

8 

8 

5 

18 
26 
26 
18 

21 
28 

8 

12 

5 
26 

3 

3 

3 

23 



Age. 



19 

18 

18 

20 

18 
17 

20 

45 
18 
16 



29 
24 

45 

17 

20 

18 

18 

22 

19 
18 

23 
50 

35 
28 
28 

16 

45 
30 
50 
16 

3i 
19 

20 

34 
24 

22 



The above Contains One Captain two Lieut ts - and Ninety 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 267 



Where born. 


Trade. 


What Company of Militia. 


Dutchess 


Farmer 


Capt. Bogardus 


do 


do 


do 


Boston 


do 


do 


Dutchess 


do 


do 


R. Island 


do 


do 


Boston .... 


do 


do 


N. Carolina 


do 


do 


Rhode Island 


Cordwainer . 


do 


Westchester 


Sadler ....*.. 


do 


N. England 


Labourer . . . 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Boston 


do 


do 


Connecticut 


Blacksmith . . 


do 


do 


Farmer 


do 


Boston 


Cordwainer . 


do 


Connecticut 


Farmer 


Capt. Livingston 


do 


Cordwainer . 


do 


do 


Farmer 


Capt. Rhodes 


do 


do 


do 


Loner Island . 


Marriner .... 


do 


o 

Connecticut 


Farmer 


do 


W. Chester 


do 


do 


Dutchess 


do 


do 


R. Island 


Carpender . . 


do 


Boston 


Farmer 


do 


Dutchess 


do 


do 


Boston 


Cooper .... 


do 


do . . ' 


Labourer . . . 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


Capt. Ross 


Boston 


do 


Capt. Rhodes 


N. England 


do 


Capt. Delamater 


Dutchess 


do 


Capt. Mead 


N. Engfland . , 


Black Smith. 


do 


o 

Dutchess 


Labourer . . . 


Capt. Dubois 


do 


do 


Capt. Rhodes 


do 


do 


do 


Westchester 


Cooper 


Capt. Dickerson 


do 




Cant. Rhodes 



three privates mustered by me. 

BARTHO W - LE Roux, Muster Master for Dutchess. 



268 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MUSTER ROLL OF MEN RAIS'D IN THE COUNTY OF 

COMPANY MAY 

Capt. Jacobus Swartwout. 



MKN'S NAMES. 


Day of Inlistm'- Age. 


Shadrack Baker 


Ap 1 - 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
M'ch 
Ap 1 - 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


4 26 
5 29 
5 27 
i 18 

i 27 

4 22 

5 30 
3i 3i 

9 37 
19 18 

4 35 
13 17 

8 20 

9 4i 
9 26 
7 21 
17 20 

17 21 
18 17 

23 17 
19 19 
17 21 

3 20 

26 28 

9 27 
26 20 
26 51 

2 17 
I 21 

2 37 
18 30 
9 40 

2 39 
9 23 

4 17 
6 16 
i 56 

4 17 


Simeon Schouten 


John Schouten 


Jacob Schouten 


Henry Wright . 


George Hicks . . 


o 

Joshua Baker 


Joseph Hornett 


Anthony Coffin . 


James Be unit 


Henry Gray 


Tho s - Coffin 


Dan 1 - Nettleton 


Richard Stanley 


William Prichett 


Jacob Coffin 


Amos Allen 


Joseph M c lntosh 


William Clarck 


James Draper 


Samuel Clarck 


Ebenezer Cummins 


John Adam West 


Hans Jere Weatman . 


James Brooks 


Oliver Cromwell 


Ephariem Bartlev . 


Solomon Schouten 


Harmanus House 


William Green 


Peter Storm 


W m Woodford 


Henry Wiltsie . 


Rob 1 Shearer 


Evert Valker 


James Pickket 


Mingo Langro. . 


Stephen Bedford .... 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 269 



DUTCHESS AND PASS'D FOR CAPT. JACOBUS SWARTWOUT'S 
Y E I 8T 1760. 

T . ( Nicho 8 - Emanuel Gabriel. 

Lieut 8 -, < T Ti , 
' Isaac Bush. 



Where born. 


Trade. 


What Company of Militia. 


Long Island 


Farmer 


Capt. H. Rosenkrans 


Fish Kills 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Staten Isl d - 


do 


do 


Westchester 


do 


do 


Dutchess 


Farmer .... 


do 


Fish Kills 


do 


do 


Old England 


Cordwainer 


do 


Dutchess 


Farmer 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


N. England 


do 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


Old England 


Cordwainer 


Eleaz r Du Bois 


do 


Farmer 


do 


Fish Kills 


Carpender 


Capt. C s< Swartwout 


Connecticut 


Farmer 


Capt. Z a> Ross 


do 


Farmer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Boston 


do 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


Boston 


do 


do 


Germany 


Labourer . ... 


Cov 8 ' Swartwout 


do 


do 


do 


N. Jersey 


Cordwainer. . . . 


do 


West Chester 


Farmer 


do 


N. England 


do 


do 


Fish Kills 


do 


do 


Tappan 


do 


do 


Old England 


Carpender 


do 


Fish Kills 


Weaver 


do 


London O. E 


Sadler 


Eleser Du Bois 


Long Island 


Farmer 


do 


N. Jersey 


do 


do 


Dutchess 


do 


do 


N. England 


do 


do 


Rhode Island 


Labourer 


do 


Goshen . 


Cooper . 


do 



270 MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. I Day of Inlistm 1 - 



Thomas Meridet Ap 1 - 9 

Philip Smith do 23 

William Gamble j do 23 

Thomas Frost do 15 

Patrick Mitchel j do 14 

Zebulon Mosier do 26 

Azariah Parish do 17 

Ezekel Gee | do 26 

Daniel Mead j do 22 

John Conet ' do 22 

Lewis Mead do 19 

Benjamen Hedger do 23 

David Richards do 19 

Nath" Brock do 26 

William More do 26 

Edward Rose do 26 

Joseph Tucker do 26 

Henry V. Heynen do 28 

James Doudle do 26 

Gidion Titshoudt do 26 

Daniel Calagohun Mch 3 1 

Ruben Mentor J r Ap 1 26 

John Bradshaw do 28 

Ebenezer Burliegh do 24 

Hercules Stanley do 24 

John Jordan do 14 

Benjamen Darling J r do 15 

Adam Miller M'ch 31 

Dennis Christie Ap 1 16 

William Ingram do 26 

Hans Jere Hoftgood do 25 

Joseph Misever do 25 

Thomas Carskaden do 25 

William Branderkin j do 26 

Benjamen Post do 25 

do 16 

do 14 



William Lent 

John Ames 

Capt. Jacobus Swartwout 
Lieut. Gabriel Emanuel. . 

John Woys, Indian 

Nicholas Myer 



do 16 22 
do 28 46 
Cornielus Willsie do 6 30 

38 

22 



David Cartie ! do 

William M c Munnseres do 28 



20 



Age. 



22 
18 

18 

17 

35 
27 

21 
31 
17 
17 

18 

17 
23 

22 
2O 

19 
18 
4 8 

32 
24 

35 

21 

47 
28 

22 
51 

16 

29 
38 
19 
42 

33 
20 

21 
28 
21 

18 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1 760. 271 



Where born. 


Trade. 


What Company "of Militia. 


Fish Kills 


Cooper 


Eleser Du Bois 


Germany 


Labourer 


Capt. Humphries 


Dutchess 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Ireland 


do 


do 


N. England 


Cordwainer .... 


do 


R. Island T. . 


Labourer 


Capt. Dickenson 


W*- Chester 


Weaver 


Capt. Du Bois 


Dutchess 


Farmer 


do 


do 


do ... 


do 


N. England 


do 


do 


W. Chester 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


W. Chester 


do 


do 


Jersey 


do 


do 


Dutchess 


do . . 


do 


W. Chester 


do 


do 


N. York 


Cordwainer 


do 


N. Ireland 


Weaver 


Capt. Lyster 


Fishkills 


Taylor 


do 


Ireland 


Cooper 


Capt. Earle 


Connecticut 


Farmer 


do 


Long Island 


do 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


N. England 


do . . 


Capt. Humphries 


Germany 


Weaver 


do 


N. Ensfland . 


Farmer 


do 


o 

Germany 


Butcher 


Capt. D. Viele 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


Lonp" Island 


do 


do 


o 

Germany 


Tovner . . 


do 


do 


Taylor 


do 


N. England 


Turner 


do 


Long Island 


Farmer 


Capt Losie 


do 


Taylor 


do 


W 1 - Chester 


Farmer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


N. England 


Labourer 


Capt. Swartwout 
do 
Capt. Losie 


Flanders 


Weaver 


Capt. E a- Du Bois 


Long Island 


Labourer 


Capt. C. Swartwout 


Ireland 


do 


Capt. Lyster 


do 


Taylor . , 


Caot. Vielie 



272 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 


Inlistm 1 - 


Age. 




Ap 1 


7 


IQ 


Jacob Pennir 


j. t.^/ 
do 


n 


l y 
2O 


Barnabus Chapman 


do 


4 


7Q 


Ksekiah Brown 


do 


I c 


17 


Mathew Strait 


do 


c 


17 


John Holms .... 


do 


16 


77 


John Lougy 


do 


2 


20 


Jidediah Grave 


do 


1C 


26 


Gasham Jones . . 


do 


I c 


27 


Benjamin Dailey 


do 


1 j 
1C 


*J 

46 


Jeffrey Neuce 


do 


I e 


77 


John Thurston 


do 


16 


24 


Timity Barke 


do 


2O 


28 


John Smawling 


do 


26 


2 I 


Elkeannv Cooke 


do 


A 


22 


John Johnson 


do 


26 


C.Q 


James Green 


do 


26 


16 











The above Contains One Capt. two Lieut ts> and Ninety Eight 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 

SCHUYLER'S COMPANY, 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistm*- 


Age. 


Where born. 


Thomas MCarty 


M'ch 28 


42 


Ireland 


Joseph Thurston 


do 2Q 


27 


England 


John Grove . 


Ap 1 ' 2 d 


70 


Lancaster P a 


James Jackson 


do I 


J^ 
4C. 


England 


Francis Brown 


do 3 


TO 

26 


do 


John Petrold. . 


do C 


27 


Saxony ... 


Michael Keough . 


do c. 


26 


Ireland 


John Andris. . 


do 5 


26 


do . . 


Charls Boyls. . 


do c 


23 


do ... 


IO Christian Huibsman . . 


do 8 


30 


Saxony 


Silvester Tate 


do 8 


7Q 


England . . . . 


Edward Barren 


do Q 


O^- 7 
2C. 


do 


Dennis Dunn 


y 

do Q 


^^ 


Ireland 


Thomas May .... 


do 10 


2O 


England 


John M'Kenzie . 


do 12 


10 


Scotland . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 760. 273 



Where born. 


Trade. 


What Company of Militia. 


N. England 


Cordwainer 


Capt. Mead 


do 


Labourer 


Capt. Delamater 


do 


Farmer 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


Capt. Hopkins 


Road Island 


do 


do 


Boston 


Blacksmith 


do 


Pensilvania 


Farmer 


Capt. Mead 


Connecticut 


do 


Capt. Hopkins 


N. Carolina 


do 


do 


Providence 


Cordvvaner 


do 


Connecticut 


Labourer 


do 


Boston 


B Smith 


do 


Connecticut 


Hatter 


Capt. Hicks 


Long Island 


Labourer 


Capt. Jackson 


Connecticut 


do 


Capt. Vielie 


Albany 


Weaver 


Capt. Jackson 


Dutchess 


Farmer 


Capt. Swartwout 









privates Mustered by me. 

BARTHO W - LE Roux, 
Muster Master for Dutchess County. 



THE COUNTY 
MAY 3 1760. 



OF ALBANY FOR CAPTAIN STEPHEN 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Labourer 


Capt. Van Arron 


L t- Ten Eyck 


Clothier 


do Van Ranslors 


Capt. Schuyler 


Labourer 


do Winne .... 


do 


do 


do Halenbeck 


L t- Ten Eyck 


Weaver 


V. Vranken 


Capt. Schuyler 


Labourer 


Roseboom 


do 


Brazier 


Knickerbacker ... 


do 


Sadler 


V. Vranken 


do 


Shoemaker 


do 


do 


Labourer 


Tychardt 


L t- Vroman 


do 


Roseboom 


do 


do 


Starenbergh 


do 


do 


Roseboom 


Capt. Schuyler 


do 


Knickerbacker 


do 


Tailor . 


V. Arron . 


do 



18 



274 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistm 1 - 


Age. 


Where born. 


Tames Currey 


Ap 1 - 14 
do 14 
do 14 
do 14 
do 14 
do 14 
do 14 
do 15 
do 18 
do 18 
do 20 
do 20 
do 21 
do 22 

do 22 
do 22 

do 23 
do 23 
do 23 
do 23 
do 24 
do 24 
do 24 
do 24 
do 24 
do 24 
do 24 
do 25 
do 26 
do 26 
do 27 
do 27 
do 27 
do 27 
do 28 
do 28 
do 28 
do 28 
do 28 
do 28 
do 28 
do 28 
do 20 


25 
21 

40 

23 
22 

30 

43 
30 

20 

18 
40 
27 

25 
40 

17 
36 

22 

36 
2 4 
21 

32 
28 

18 
18 

40 
42 

22 
27 
21 

30 
22 

23 
28 
40 
21 
26 
2O 

18 

32 
37 

21 
28 

2A 


Ireland 


Ro^er Harlin"s 


do 


John A Sleytor 


Germany 


Rowlan M c Gill 


Ireland 


20 Henry Bassit . . . 


England . 


lames Neegles 


Ireland 


James M c Namarrow . . 
James Shaw 


do 


do 


Frederick Roright. . . . 
John Shell 


Mohawk River. 
Schohary 


John Phillips 


New York .... 
East Camp. . . . 
Holland 


John Miller 


Frederick Dorson .... 
Phillip Shoemaker. . . . 
30 John M c Kay 


Germany 


Scotland 


Alexander Robinson . . 
Daniel Conoly 


do 


Ireland 


Herman Hogdorn 
James Woods 


Schohary 


Ireland 


Christian Passasky . . . 
James M c Crindel. .. 


Albany 


Scotland 


John M. Cowman 


Germany 


Michael Skinner 


Connecticut . . . 
do 
Ireland 


James Aarry 


40 Patrick Quilling. .... 
John Russel 


do 


Morriss Whalin 


do 


Henry Heats 


Germany 


Joseph Frehout 


do 


Antony Spacke 


Schanectady . . 
Ireland 


Garret Pendergrass. . . 
Thomas Organ . . 


do 


o 

Peter Shandly 


do 


John Sleytor 


do . . 


50 Jacob Jacobs 


Schoharv 


Peter Lerway 


do . . . . 
do 


Nicholas Meyer. . . 


Henry Burst 


do . . . . 


Jeremiah Marinius. . . . 
Alexander Dunlap. . . . 
Harme Valkenburgh . . 
Nicholaus Garlock. . . . 
John Rvser. . 


Schanectady . . 
Ireland 


Schohary 


Mohawk R 
Germany . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I /6o. 275 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Labourer 


Klaes 


Capt. Schuyler 


do 


Starenberg 


L t- Vroman 


Baker 


Winne 


L t- Ten Eyck 


Labourer 


V. Arron 


Capt. Schuyler 


do 


Knickerbacker .... 


do 


Tailor 


Winne 


do 


do 


do 


L t- Ten Eyck 


Labourer 


V. Arron 


Capt. Schuyler 


do 


Ackers 


L' Vroman 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Klaw 


Capt. Schuyler 


Carpenter 


do 


do 


Barber 


do 


do 


Carpenter . 


Roseboom 


L t- Ten Eyck 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Tailor 


Bratt 


Capt. Schuyler 


Labourer 


Ackers 


L t- Vroman 


Weaver 


Starenberg 


do 


do 


V. Alen 


Capt. Schuyler 


Labourer 


Roseboom 


do 


do 


Clock 


do 


Bricklayer 


Roseboom 


do 


Labourer 


V. Allen 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Winne 


do 


Weaver 


Klaw 


do 


Tailor 


V. Aron 


do 


Labourer 


Starenberg 


L t- Vroman 


do 


Klaw 


Capt. Schuyler 


do 


Halenbeck .... 


do 


do 


Starenberg 


L l> Vroman 


do 


Ackers 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


V. Arron 


Capt. Schuyler 


do 


Ackers 


L 1 ' Vroman 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Shoemaker 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


Halenbeck . 


L l Ten Evck 



276 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistm'- 


Age. 


Where born. 


John Barker 


Ap 1 - so 


22 


Germany . 


60 George Nixon 


May st 


3 


Ireland 


Hen y - Wheeler 


do 


2O 


Kinderhook . . . 


John Thomas 


do 


2S 


do 


David Advance 


do 


22 


Ireland 


Coleman Ludlow .... 


do 


28 


N. York Gov 1 - . 


John Allen 


do 


I 7 


Scotland 


Timothy Shaw 


do i 


4^ 


Ireland 


James Patterson 


do 2 


18 


do 


John Kelly 


do 2 


4O 


do 


Andrew Ranseer 


do 2 


2Q 


Germany 


George Ox 


do 2 


y 

28 


do 


Christian Beasly 


do 2 


T.Q 


do 


Andrew \Veisner. 


do 2 


4O 


do 


John Snieth 


do 2 


2C 


do 


John \Vead man 


do 2 


21 


do 


John Snider 


do 2 


I 7 


Schohary 


James Anderson . ... 


do 2 


2; 


Ireland 


Eohraim Conklincr 


do 2 


>O 


N. York 


o 

Timothy Conner 


do T, 


42 


Ireland 


Michael Staller 


do 3 


21 


Germany 


80 John Ryan 


do T, 


21 


Ireland 


Timothy Gleson 


do ^ 


AT. 


do 


Cornelius Mathews . . . 


do 6 


JQ 


do 


Mathew Brown 


do 6 


7C 


do 


James Cunningham . . . 
John Kirkpatrick 


do 6 
do 6 


Jj 

'9 
26 


Philadelphia. . . 
Ireland 


Barny Winterscail .... 


do 6 


3i 


do 


James Plathoe 


do 6 


At 


Scotland 


Samuel Jones 


do 6 


T-J 

41 


Wales 


Richard Williams .... 


do 7 


2O 


England 


90 Oliver Thair 


do o 


At 


Connecticut . . . 


Joseph Seely . 


do o 


T-D 

18 


do 


Michael Brown 


do o 


27 


Ireland 


Peter Fox 


do 6 


.>/ 
27 


Germany . . . 


Frederick Staat 


do 6 


*/ 

28 


do 


Adam Campbell . . 


do 6 


I 7 


German Flats. . 


Frederick Dromberger. 


do 6 


1 / 
2Q 


Germany 


Daniel Stagnar 


do 6 


*y 

2Q 


do 


Dennis Welsh 


do 10 


*y 

26 


Ireland 


Hen. Daniels 


do 1 2 


22 


Albany 


TOO Thomas Smith 


do 18 


28 


England . 











NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 760. 



77 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Wheelwright .... 


Halenbeck 


L t- Ten Eyck 


Labourer 


V. Allen 


Capt. Schuyler 


do 


Klaw 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Bricklayer 


Ackers 


L 4 Vroman 


Labourer 


Winne 


Capt. Schuyler 


do 


Tychart 


do 


do 


Campbell 


do 


do 


V. Arron 


L t- Ten Eyck 


Wheelwright .... 


V. Housen 


Capt. Schuyler 


Turner 


Starenberg 


L l< Vroman 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Carpenter 


do ... 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Miller 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Baker 


do 


do 


Labourer 


Halenbeck > 


L t- Ten Eyck 


Slater 


Hansen 


do 


Labourer 


V. Allen 


do 


Tanner & Currier. 


Hansen 


do 


Labourer 


Campbell 


Capt. Schuyler 


Sawyer 


Staats .... 


do 


Labourer 


Hogheboom 


do 


Cooper 


Ackers 


L t- Vroman 


Labourer 


Klaw 


Capt. Schuvler 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Ad m - Vroman 


do 


Baker 


Hogheboom 


L*' Ten Eyck 


Hatter 


Klaw 


do 


Labourer 


Ackers 


L 4 ' Vrooman 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Roseboom 


L 1 Ten Eyck 


do 


Pietrese 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Gose Van Alstine 


do 


Blacksmith 


Vroman 


do 









2 7 8 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAIS'D AND PASS'D IN 

COMPANY MAY 

Capt. Peter Bain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Peter Herder 


Ap L 


21 


Nicholas Smith 


do 10 


2O 


Gabriel Acker 


do 10 


77 


James Acker 


do 10 


2t; 


Michael Erjjanberp'h . 


do 10 


17 


o o 

William Jacobie 


do 10 


IQ 


William Lindsev 


do 10 


J y 

T.Q 


Frederick Shutts 


do 10 


22 


W m Thomas 


do 10 


2T. 


Gysbert Plank ... ... 


do 1 1 


I 7 


George Wolf . 


do i i 


1 / 
24. 


John Decker 


do 1 1 


24. 


Frederick Burgsdorf . 


do 14 


26 


Jacob Luke . 


do 14. 


18 


Marmaduke Blackwood 


do 16 


4.O 


John Kripping . 


do 1 6 


4.O 


John C. Geor^y . 


do 17 


T.2 


Solomon Shutts 


do 19 


26 


John C. Luke 


do IQ 


A-l 


John Bush . 


do 19 


JQ 


Robert Maybey . 


do 21 


J^ 

24. 


James Dougherty. . 


do 23 


28 


Samuel Kripping . 


do 24 


? c 


Samuel Kripping T r - 


do 24. 


jj 

16 


John Morrison 


do 25 


lo 


James M c Clonaghon . 


do 25 


1 y 
?c 


Jacob Snider 


do 25 


jj 
4.8 


John Wise 


do 25 


^.0 

2O 


James Linch . 


do 25 


TO 


Benjamin Beetch . 


do 25 


x y 
20 


Nicholaus Dick 


do ?5 


20 


Hen y - Widerwegh 


do 25 


20 


Peter Michael 


do 25 


2C 


Simon New 


do 25 


A j 

27 


George Suttheis . 


do 25 


*/ 
21 


William Mackridge 


do 25 


*j 
21 


Isaac Simpson . 


do 2s 


*j 

17 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 279 



THE COUNTY OF ALBANY FOR CAPTAIN PETER BAIN'S 
THE 1760. 

John R. Hanson, ) T . 

r> \T T\ I c Lieutenants. 

Cornelius V. Dyke, 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company 
of the Militia. 


Germany 


Labourer 


Capt- Livingston 


Livingston's Manor. . . . 


do 


do 


do 


do ... 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Dutchess County 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Ireland 


do 


do 


Germany 


do 


do 


England 


Weaver 


do 


Catts Kill 


Labourer 


Dubois 


Germany 


do 


Livingston 


Livingston Manor 


do 


do 


Germany 


Turner 


do 


Dutchess County 


Labourer 


do 


Ireland 


Cordwainer 


do 


Connecticut 


Labourer 


do 


Germany 


do 


do 


Dutchess County 


do 


Dubois 


do 


do 


do 


Ireland 


do 


do 


Schanectady 


do 


Livingston 


Scotland 


Baker 


Winne 


Connecticut 


Carpenter 


Livingston 


do 


Labourer 


do 


Livingstons Manor .... 


do 


do 


Ireland 


do 


do 


Claverack 


do 


Hogheboom 


Germany 


Weaver 


do 


Mohawk river 


Labourer 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


East Camp 


do 


Carls 


do ' 


do 


do 


Germany 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Hogheboom 


England 


Forgeman . , 


V. Housen 


Kinderhook . 


o 

Labourer . 


Hoerheboom 



280 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Henry Loop ... 


Ap 1 - 25 


20 


Eliah Leon . 


do 25 


31 


Phillip Hough 


do 25 


43 


Martin \Viderwax 


do 25 


43 


Moriss \Vhalin .... 


do 25 


30 


John Cratch . . 


do 25 


47 


Edmond Ryan . 


do 25 


38 


Henry Barret . . 


do 25 


IQ 


Jesse \Veldon 


do 2? 


23 


John Harman 


May 


32 


Francis MDarmond 


May 


IQ 


Myndert \Vinecope 


do 


23 


John Boyd 


do 


22 


Moses Wiswell 


do 


23 


Jesse Chatfield . 


do 


27 


Asie Addie 


do st 


32 


Duncan MArthur 


do st 


17 


Zachias Owen 


do st 


22 


Ammaziah Owen 


do st 


2O 


Dennis Fitzpatrick 


do 2 d 


38 


\Villiam Joy 


do 3 d 


3Q 


George Anderson 


do 3 d 


4O 


Peter Smith 


do 3 d 


28 


Darby MCarty 


do 3 d 


28 


James Morrison ... 


do 3 d 


33 


David Chatfield 


do 3 d 


43 


Bastian Stroop 


do 3 d 


IQ 






1 7 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 

COMPANY. 

Jonathan Baker, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Robert Craige 
William Clark. 
Elias Jagger . . 
Jo Petter 



Day of In- 
listment. 


Age. 


Where bprn. 


April c 


23 


Old England 


do 2 1 


IQ 


Suffolk Co 


do 14 


1 y 
2Q 


do 


do 17 


23 


do 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 28 1 



Where horn. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company 
of the Militia. 


Fishkill 


Labourer 


Hogheboom 


Connecticut 


do 


Livingston 


Germany 


do 


do 


East Camp 


Carpenter 


do 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


England 


Carpenter 


Carls 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Dubois 


Germany 


do 


do 


West Camp 


do 


do 


Hackensack 


Cooper 




N. York 


Labourer 


Livingston 


Boston 


Joiner 


V. Arron 


Connecticut 


Blacksmith 


Livingston 


do 


Labourer 


do 


Livingston Manor 


do 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Ireland 


do 


Tvsfart 


Boston Gov t- 


Weaver 


Livingston 


Ireland 


Cooper 


do 


Germany 


Miller 


do 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


Scotland 


do 


do 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


Catskill 


do 


Dubois 









THE COUNTY OF SUFFOLK FOR CAPTAIN J. BAKER'S 
APRIL 1760. 

Stephen Pearce, ( T . 

D Axr-n r Lieutenants. 

Benjamin Willson, 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of the 
Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Seaman 


Capt John Post 


George Merrick 


Shoemaker 


do 


do 


Tovner . 


do .... 


do 


Labourer . 


do 


do 



282 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Day of In- 
listment. 



Where born. 



Harry, 


Indian April 1 1 49 


John Rukett do 16 46 


Robin 


Nero do 1 1 20 


Ocus, Indian do 21 48 


Asa Haynes do 12 21 


Josiah 


Gonack do 1 1 22 


David 


Hilland do 1 1 41 


William Barren d 


o 18 22 


Edward Petty M 


ay 2 25 


Jeremiah Foster d 


I 22 


William Smith d 


o 2 24 


David 


Foster do 2 20 


Jonah 


Howel do 2 21 


Edward Senniman April 24 17 


Francis Summers do 25 47 


Israel Dewey do 25 21 


John Edwards do 26 21 


Thomas Cottrill do 26 19 


Christopher Dennison . . do 28 39 


William Dewev do 28 20 


Daniel 


Hamor do 28 2O 


Thomas Rumbols do 28 24 


Moses 


Mazene May 3 31 


John Parson, y e 6th .... Ap 1 28 16 


Amos 


Larking do 28 25 


Nathaniel Selking do 28 24 


Joseph 


Champlin do 28 34 


Edward Bennit do 28 20 


Joshua 


Larking May 1 27 


Elijah 


Dee April 20 19 


Henry 


Norn's do 28 20 


Lyon 1 


-oper d 


o 9! 17 


John Wags d 


o 7 17 


David 


Conkling d 


o 7 17 


Solomon Plant d 


IO IQ 


Isaac Conkling d 


o 25 28 


Samuel Wags d 


o 8 27 


Thomas Filer d 


28 21 


Cuffe Thomas d 


o 28 17 


Jonathan Osborn A 


)ril 28! 20 


Moses 


Sheep Cock d 


o 8 24 


Warinose, Indian d 


o 231 56 


Jonah 


Fordham d 


12; 28 



Suffolk Co. . . . 

do 

do 

do 

New England 
Suffolk Co.. . . 
New London , 
Boston Gove* . 
Suffolk Co.. . . 

do 

Philadelphia . 
Suffolk Co. . . . 

do 

Groton Conn. 
Ireland . 



E d 



btonington .... 
East Hampton 
Rhode Island. . 
Stonington N. 
do 
do 

Old England 

Connecticut 

Suffolk Co 

Dublin 

New England 

Westerly Rhode Is d 
Suffolk County. . . . 

Rhode Island 

Saybrook 

Suffolk Co.- 

do 

Stonington N. Eng d 

Suffolk Co 

Brandford N. Eng d - 
East Hampton .... 

New London 

Suffolk Co. 

do 

Suffolk Co 

Connecticut 

Suffolk Co 

do 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 283 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of the 
Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Labourer 


Capt. John Post 


George Merrick 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do . . . ! 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Shoemaker . . 


do 


do 


Farmer 


do 


Capt.Jon n- Baker 


do 


do 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


do 


Wheelwright. . . . 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. Isaac Barns 


do 


Taylor 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Taylor 


do .... 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Blacksmith 


do 


do 


Farmer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Wigmaker 


do 


do 


Blacksmith 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Labourer 


Capt. David Mulford 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Wheelwright . . . 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


do 


Taylor 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cant John Howel.. 


George Herrick 



284 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of In- 
listment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


Obediah Robbins .... 


April 22 


2? 


New Jersey 


Benedick Croker 


do 18 


21 


Connecticut 


James Sheroot 


do 16 


77 


Suffolk Co 


Abraham Foster .... 


do 22 


2O 


do 


Tohn Hovvel, I r ' . . 


do 22 


I 7 


do 


J ' J 

Joseph Fordham 


do ; 


17 


do 


Samuel Clark 


do 2 


18 


do 


David Mackee 


do 1 1 


22 


do 


Archabal, Mustee .... 


do 3 


4O 


do 


Joseph Hammon 


do IQ 


22 


Rhode Island 


Mathew Malony 


do 24 


2Q 


Ireland 


Christopher Foster 


do 28 


**y 

1 7 


Suffolk Co 


David Read 


do 28 


1 8 


do 


Nathaniel Hovvel 


do 28 


18 


do 


Jared Wooly 


May i 


I 7 


do 


Phinehas Bower 


do 8 


23 


do 


Icabud, Mustee 


Ap 1 - 22 


17 


do 


Isaac Whittlesey 


do 26 


2O 


Old England 


Ichabod Edwards 


do 28 


24 


East Hampton 


John Griffen 


do 26 


23 


New Haven N. E. . . . 


Elnathan Wood 


do 14 


4O 


Suffolk Co 


Joseph Randol 


do 22 


2C 


Connecticut 


Lewis Hamberer 


May i 


* j 
2O 


South Hampton .... 


Charles Panheage . 


April 26 


23 


Rhode Island 


Daniel Cochiage . 


do i ; 


21 


Stonington 


o 

Silas Sayre 


do 22 


23 


Suffolk Co . . 


Pell Collens 


do 26 


*j 
IQ 


New London N. E d- 


Benjamin Petty . 


do 2 


*y 

3 I 


Massachusets 


Jonathan Hector. . 


May i 


36 


Suffolk Co 


Samuel Baker 


May i 


IQ 


Groton N En d- 


Simon Cooper . 


April 26 


l y 

2O 


Suffolk Co ... 


Benjamin Reave . 


do 1 1 


18 


do 


Isaac Benjamin 


do 28 


18 


Preston N En ad- 


John Kinney 


do 27 


3O 


Ireland 


Matthew Davis 


do 3 


j^ 
17 


Jersev 


Stephen Haines . 


May 8 


1 / 
21 


Cl r>l -v 

Suffolk Co 


Jeremiah Halsey. . 


do 8 


22 


do 


Absolam CofTe 


do 3 


16 


do 


CufTe CufTe 


do i 


2O 


do 


Peter Cuffe 


do 2 


26 


do 


Stephen Osborn 


Ap. 28 


23 


do 


Silas Howell, J r - 


May 2 


* j 

16 


do 


Josiah Halsey . . 


do 2 


18 


do 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1 760. 28; 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of the 
Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Taylor . 


Capt. John Howel 


George Herrick 


Cooper 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Toyner . 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do . . 


do 


Cooper 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Cobler 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Shoe Maker .... 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt. S. Topping 


do 


Cloathier 


do 


Jonath 11 Baker 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Taylor 


do 


do 


Tanner 


do 


do 


Farmer 


do 


Lieut. Pearce 


do 


do 


Jonath n- Baker 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


L' Pearce 


Cordwainer 


do 


Jonath 11 ' Baker 


Taylor 


do 


George Herrick 


Labourer 


do 


Capt. J. Baker 


do 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


Capt. Silas Cook 


do 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Farmer 


do 


do 


Cooper 


do 


do 


Weaver 


do 


George Herrick 


do 


do 


Capt. Jon. Baker 


do 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Shoemaker 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


Weaver . 



do 


do 



286 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of In 
listment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


Annanias Cooper ... 


May 2 


36 


Suffolk Co 


David Woodruff 


do 2 


42 


do 


John Ferry 


Ap 1 - 1 8 


32 


Connecticut 


Robert Bruce 


do 22 


?8 


Connecticut 


Kzekiel Bundy 


do 26 


22 


Preston Conn 


Jonas Woodward 


do 26 


23 


do do .... 


Simeon Bundy 


do 26 


24 


Connecticut 


Caleb Bundy 


do 8 


2^ 


Rhode Island 


Coonrod Dunyans 


do 2; 


38 


Germany 


Joseph Patterson 


do 19 


3^ 


Stratford Conn. . . . 


Elemmuel Mo^er 


do 26 


3Q 


Suffolk Co. 


Andrew Buchannan 


do 26 


16 


do 


Charles Killis 


do 8 


1Q 


do 


Peter Cochene 


do 16 


4"> 


New Encrland 


Tom Cuff 


do 10 


18 


Brook Haven in S Co 


Harry Jacus 


do 1 6 


4O 


do 


James Buchannan 


do 25 


IQ 


do 


Andrew Smith 


do 20 


y 
20 


do 


John Clark 


do i ^ 


TO 


do 


Richard Hellems... . 


do 25 


y 

20 


do 


Kdward So ward 


do 26 


IQ 


do 


William Washum 


do 1 5 


y 
?O 


Suffolk Co. 


Thomas Howel 


do 15 


21 


do 


Charles Petequam.. 


do i ; 


2T. 


do ... 


Matthew, Indian 


do 15 


I 7 


do 


Solomon, Indian 


do 1 5 


18 


do 


George, Indian . . 


do I s 


2C 


do 


David Marrow 


do 25 


IQ 


do 


Westwerd Obe 


do i c 


y 

44 


do 


Ludlo Clark 


do ">5 


18 


South Hold S Co 


Killis, Mullatto 


do i s 


in 


Brook Haven S Co 


Nathaniel Norton .... 


UW 1 ) 

do ^Q 


j y 

18 


South Hold S Co 


Richard Jonathan 


do 20 


24 


Suffolk Co. 


John Moorehouse.. 


May 6 


28 


Fairfield N. E. 











NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 760. 287 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of the 
Militia. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Weaver 


Capt. Silas Cook 


Capt. Jon. Baker 


Carpenter 


do 


do 


Farmer 


Capt. B. Strong 


Capt. Jesse Platt 


Farmer 


do 


do 


Shoemaker .... 


do 


do 


Brickmaker 


do 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


do 


Farmer 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do ....:. 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Taylor 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Taylor 


do 


do 


Weaver 


Capt. Josiah Smith 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Farmer 


Capt. Tim Scudder 


do 









288 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASSED IN 

YATES'S COMP'Y MAY 

Captain, Christopher Yates. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day o 
Inlistme 


Age. 
nt. 


Where born. 


Joshua Phillips 


March 


12 21 


England 


Benjamin Cooley 


do 


20 10 


New England . . 


Samuel Burchfield. . . . 


do 


3O 31 


Philadelphia . . . 


John Christian Snower 


do 


31 38 


Germany 


Lawrence Heborn . . 


do 


3 I 46 


Scotland 


John Fitzpatrick 


April 


i 18 


S t- Christophers. 


John Wywoder 


do 


2 4$ 


Bohemia 


William Wildey 


do 


7 47 


England 


John Brooks 


do 


7 3 1 


Ireland 


10 Nathan Jackway 


do 


7 iq 


Rhode Island . . 


Henery Berlin 


do 


7 21 


Stockbridge 


Abraham Merselis 


do 


8 3S 


Schanectady . . . 


Andrew Fort 


do 


Q 21 


Germany . . 


William Murdeke 


do 


y l 
IO 31 


London .... 


David Schooner 


do 


1 J l 

10 ' 2; 


Germany 


Jn- Michael Yeats 


do 


I I 2O 


do 


Adam Smith 


do 


12 IQ 


Schanectady . . . 


John Walker 


do 


12 31 


Ireland .... 


William Young 


do 


14 38 


do 


20 John Croon 


do 


H23 


New Jersey 


John Campbell 


do 


I? 22 


Pensilvania 


Patrick M c Gloghlin 


do 


IS 2; 


Ireland 


Adam MMullon 


do 


15 28 


do 


Joseph Scustile 


do 


15 ' 26 


Pensilvania 


Samuel Hooper 


do 


l6 22 


Long Island 


Peter Merselis 


do 


16 18 


Schanectady 


John Carr . 


do 


l6 43 


Germany 


David Pettieoe . . 


do 


18 23 


Boston Gov'' 


Michael Cannon 


do 


IQ 24 


Ireland 


30 James Glen 


do 


i Q 30 


do 


Patrick MGrath 


do 


12 28 


Ireland 


Morgan Canway . 


do 


2O 3Q 


do 


Joseph Powel 


do 


2 1 2O 


Mohawk River 


Alexander Martin 


do 


22 38 


Ireland 


Peter Tross 


do 


22 2\ 


Albany 


Ernest Becker . 


do 


22 46 


Germany . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 289 



THE COUNTY OF ALBANY FOR CAPTAIN CHRISTOPHER 
THE 5 1760. 

Myndert Wimple, I Lieu tenants. 
Bratt, } 



Trade. 


Militia Camp. 


Stature. 


Remarks. 


Labourer 


Cap ts - Lansingh 


F. I. 

S 2^ 




Carpenter 


Truax 


C Ci^ 




Labourer . . 


Hanson .... 


5 854 




Joiner 


do 


"> V/2 




Labourer 


Lansingh .... 


C T. 




Sailor 


Groot 


c c^ 




Labourer 


Truax 


: 2 




Weaver 


Lansingh . 


C t; 




Shoemaker 


o 

Campbell .... 


5 5 




Weaver 


Hanson 


5 Q^ 




Labourer 


do 


5 6 


Mulattoe 


Mason 


Groot 


5 n 3 -^ 


Dark do 


Labourer 


Waganer . . . . 


"5 8^ 




Shoemaker 


Campbell . . 


S ^A 




Labourer 


Truax 


5 8 




Shoemaker 


Groot 


5 8 




do 


do 


5 8 




Labourer 


Hanson 


C A 




do 


Groot 


c c^ 




Millwright 


v. Alstyn .... 


"5 7^ 




Labourer 


Groot 


5 8^ 




Miller 


Campbell .... 


5 7 




do 


Groot 


c 7 




do 


Vroman 


C Q 


Mulattoe 


Shoemaker 


Lansingh .... 


C Q% 




Blacksmith 


Campbell .... 


c 4 




Weaver 


do 


C T. 




Labourer 


Jn - Vroman . . 


5 8^ 




do 


Lansingh .... 


c c 




do 


Groot 


5 6 




Shoemaker 


Hanson 


5 8 




do 


Sanders 


6 ^ 




do 


Hanson 


c c 




do 


do 


c 45^ 




Weaver 


Ad. Vroman . 


5 5 




do 


Tvchardt . 


; s. 





19 



290 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. Where born. 


Michael Shyble 


April 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
May 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


22 
22 

22 
22 
22 
22 
22 

23 

23 
23 
2 4 
24 

26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
28 
2 9 
2 9 

29 
30 
30 
I 
I 
I 
I 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


17 Schohary 


Bastian Cress 


26 Germany 


Jacob Salsberry 


1 8 Schohary .... 


40 Adam Baker 


19 do 


Peter Aanee ... 


17 do 


James M c lntosh 


18 Ireland 


Nicolaus Len 


34 Germany 


Jacob Henry 


21 do 


Isaac Nesson 


26 New York . . . 


Richard Nichelson .... 
Benjamin Bidle 


40 Ireland . 


40 England 


John Potman 


1 8 Mohawk River . 
2 1 Germany .... 


John Carrel 


50 Andrew Bathem 


22 do 


John Burk 


22 Mohawk River . 
18 do 
16 do 
26 Germany .... 


Albert v. d. Werken . . . 
Marks Petry .... 


Jn- Valen c Singer 


George Hickey 


17 Mohawk River . 
23 Germany 


Frederick Strobeck .... 
Adam Flint 


20 Albany 


Michael Pealer 


25 Germany . . 


John Herring. 


21 Schohary . 


60 Christian Hufnagel .... 
John Rice . 


24 Germany 


27 ' do 


Jacob Tonkins . 


40 New Jersey .... 
32 Germany 


Jacob Miar 


Jacob Follier . 


18 do 


Henry Ecklaer. . 


20 Mohawk River . 
25 Germany 


John Becker 


Phillip Folck 


40 do 


Jacob Craft 


25 do 


John Moore 


31 Ireland . 


70 George Crites 


46 do 


Edward Archerd 


28 Albany 


Frederick Snell 


1 8 Mohawk River . 
18 do 
46 Germany 


Johannes Emegia . 


John Bart 


Garrett Wendell 


18 Albany 


Wilhelmus Resselman. 
John Spannburgh .... 


c.O do 


28 Germany 


William Halchner . 


22 do 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 2QI 



Trade. 


Militia Comp. 


Stature. 


Remarks. 


Labourer 


Cap ts- Ad. Vroman 


F. I. 

$ Q3/ 




do 


Tvsrarts. . 


j y/4 

C 7I/ 




do 


Ad. Vroman 


J / /4 

5 8 1 / 




do 


do 


j " /4 

<; 6y 2 




do 


do 


C d^ 




Weaver 


do 


J 3/2 

c ^y 2 




Labourer 


Truax .... 


J J/2 

5 6 




do 


Ad. Vroman 


c A*A 




do 


Tvgarts . 


J *f/O 

5 6 


A/Till aft r\f 


Weaver 


do 


C 3 I/ 




Labourer 


Jn - Vroman 


J J/4 
C 7 




do 


do 


J / 

c 8 




Carpenter 


do 


^ 7 J /^ 




Labourer .... 


do 


J // 

"? 6 




do 


Ad. Vroman. . 


c 8 




do 


do 


C IQj4 




do 


Waganer .... 


C di/ 




do 


do 


J j /4 
"? 2 




do 


do 


^ ^ 




do 


do 


J j 
r. 354 




do 


v Alstyn 


^ 3 




do 


do 


j j 

C c? 




do 


do 


j j 

e. %U, 




do 


do 


C c 




do 


Waganer .... 


J 
C I 




Tailor 


v. Alstyn 


c d 




Labourer 


Hanson 


D j 

^ 3 




do 


Jn- Vroman . . 


C, Q 




do 


Clock 


S 8 




do 


do 


c ;i/ 




Baker 


do ... 


j J /4 
d c 




Labourer 


Service . . . 


j j 

d tr4 




Seaman 


Hanson 


.) 3/2 

c 7l/ 




Weaver 


do 


j / 74 

"? ^54 




do 


Vroman . . 


J 3/ 

; ^54 




Labourer 


Tychard . . . 


c 6 




do 


do 


5 7 




Shoemaker 


do 


S 6^ 




Labourer 


Truax 


^ Q 




do 


v. Alstyn .... 


j y 

C 7 




do 


Jn- Vroman . . 


5 5 




Slaitor . 


Service . 


; I03/ 





2Q2 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistmen 


t. 


Age. 


Where born. 


Christian Baird 


May 


2 


IQ 


Germany 


80 John Shaver 


do 


1 


18 


Mohawk River . 


Staats Seo'ar 


do 


3 


45 


Highlands York 


George Coon 


do 


? 


46 


Albany 


\Villiam Morail 


do 




T.S. 


Germany 


Jacob Keller . . 


do 




24 


do 


Conrad Smith . . 


do 




"\1 


do 


A m VirnQi'ii Q ^aalnpr 


do 


I 


ci 


do 


Edward Johnson . . . 


do 


1 


J l 

41 


England 


Jacob Job . . 


do 


5 


3O 


Germany 


Jn" Andrew Butz 


do 


E 


T>2 


do 


QO John Clack jun r- 


do 


C 


21 


Boston 


Henry Fiderly 


do 


5 


I/ 


Mohawk River . 


Daniel Ho^an 


do 


c 


25 


Ireland 


\Villiam Crooks . . . 


do 


c 


^4 


England 


Patrick Delany 


do 


c 


AA 


Ireland 


William White 


do 


c 


2T, 


do 


James Howard 


do 


c 




do 


John Strade 


April 2 


? 


22 


Germany 


98 Ludewig Snidar 


May 


? 


18 


Mohawk River . 













A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASSED 

CAPT N - ABRAHAM DEFOREEST'S 

Abraham Deforeest, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
In listen. 


Age. 


James Dunscomb 


March 26 




Peter Burger 


do 26 


IQ 


John Jenkins. . 


do 26 


1 y 
2O 


James Burns . 


do 26 


^y 

IQ 


James Nowlan . 


do 26 


22 


Patrick Donovan . . . 


do 26 


30 


Edward Dwyer 


do 26 


77 


Owen M c Carty . 


do 26 


24 


John Ogden. . 


do 26 


2O 


10 John Cabeler. . . 


do 26 


T.Q 


Edward Tompson . 


do 26 


U 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 293 



Trade. 


Militia Comp. 


Stature. 


Remarks. 


Shoemaker 


Cap ts> Tygarts . . 


F. I. 

$ 7 




Labourer 


Clock 


c e 




do 


Ad. Vroman . . 


5 ^A 




do 


do 


j j /* 
c C3/ 




do 


do 


J ->74 

c c 




Tailor 


do 


J J 

c c 




Cooper 


Hanson . 


J J 

c C3/ 




Labourer 


Service 


j .) 74 
C Q 




do 


v. Alstyn 


=; 8 




Tanner 


\Vaganer 


j u 

c in 1 /? 




Tailor 


do 


J iv/ /Z 

c 2 




Weaver 


do 


j ** 
$ 4- 




Labourer 


do 


t 6y 2 




Tailor 


Groot 


J ^/2 

c A3/ 




do 


Clock 


J t/4 

c 4^ 




Blacksmith 


Waefaner . 


j *r/* 

5 8^ 




Tailor 


o 

Hanson . . . 


S 8 




Labourer 


Clock 


S 8 




do 


Vroman . . 


c ^ 




do 


Clock 


C A 













MUSTER FOR THE CITY AND COUNTY OF NEW YORK FOR 
COMPANY MAY 8, 1760. 

Constant O'Brian, Lieut. 
Nich s - Beckets, do 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Stature. 


Complexion. 


New York 


Barber . . . 


Feet In. 

< 6 


fair 


England . 


Marriner 


j w 

c 7 


brown 


o 

New York 


Backer .... 


j / 
r 7 


fair 


Ireland 


Marriner . . 


C A 


brown 


do 


do 


j *r 

e 7 


fair 


do 


do 


j i 
t 10 


brown 


do 


do ... 


j * w 

5 7 


do 


New York 


Carpenter . 


c 67^ 


do 


Germany 


Labourer . 


e 75^ 


fair 


Ireland . 


Stavmaker . . 


; 8 


do 



294 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlisten. 


Age. 


Henry Pender 


March 26 


18 


John Uttenburg .... 


do 26 


18 


John Valentin 


do 26 


18 


Conrad Hennan 


do 26 


18 


Edward Tout 


do 26 


21 


John \Vatters 


do 31 


47 


John Wright 


do 26 


21 


John Brower 


do 26 


21 


20 John Brookman .... 


do 26 


18 


Joseph Bonghall 


do 26 


41 


John Ewell 


do 26 


20 


Math. Hughes 


do 26 


24 


Joseph Atkins 


do 27 


IQ 


John Cuttrack 


do 28 


2O 


Aron Aortis 


do 28 


IQ 


Thomas Patterfer (?) 


do 28 


2Q 


Dan 1 - Harbit 


do 29 


18 


William Melsback 


do 29 


21 


30 Daniel Sadil 


do 30 


27 


John Johnson 


April 25 


2\ 


James Campell 


do 10 


21 


Absalom Baker 


do 16 


28 


John Mitchell 


do 28 


21 


Will" 1 - Parcells 


do 1 1 


4^ 


John Smith 


do 20 


25 


Patrick Slaven 


do 21 


3O 


Robert Haggitt 


do 17 


4O 


Will" 1 Howes 


do 12 


IQ 


40 Andro Gardner 


do 28 


2Q 


Curchill James . 


do 7 


24 


John Lamerse 


do 28 


22 


Christ r- Fisher 


do 21 


22 


Christ 1 "- Handeman 


do 29 


\2 


John Doney 


do i 


3O 


Will" 1 - Owen 


do 28 


32 


John Anderson 


do 8 


IQ 


Abrah m - van Ornen 


do 12 


*y 

2O 


David Reese 


do 16 


4S 


50 James Lanhasher . , 


do 5 


16 


Isaac van Duzer 


do 30 


2O 


Thomas Cooper 


do 26 


ci 


Tohn Clint . 


do 7 


21 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 295 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Stature. 


Complexion. 


England 


Marriner 


Feet In. 

; 6 


brown 


New York 


Barber 


J w 

e 7j4 


fair 


do 


Shoemaker . . . 


6 1/2 


do 


Germany 


Backer .... 


; 6 


do 


New York 


Shoemaker 


j w 

c c 


brown 


England . 


Marriner .... 


J J 

; 6 


fair 


o 

Ireland 


do 


J w 

$ 7 


do 


New York 


Carpenter 


; ^Vo 


brown 


do 


Tovner . 


J J / 2 

C Q 


fair 


Germany 


Labourer . 


j y 

I 6 


brown 


England 


Marriner 


j w 

H A.V? 


do 


do 


do 


J ^-/ 2 
^ 7 1 /? 


do 


do 


Cooper . 


j / / 2 

* 6 


fair 


New York 


Hatter 


j ^ 

C A 


brown 


do 


Baker 


J *+ 

\ 6 


do 


City Exeter Engl. , 


Labourer 


j w 

$ 7 


do 


New Brunswick 


Shoemaker . . . 


* 6 


do 


New York 


Blacksmith . 


j w 

c o 


do 


England 


Ropemaker . 


j j 

e c 


fair 


Nevis 


Cooper 


j j 

c c 


Nepro 


New York 


Marriner . . 


J J 

c 7 


LH V_l VJ 

fair 


England 


Barber 


j / 

t ^ 


ruddy 


Dublin 


Sailor 


j J 

c 7 


fair 


New York 


Tanner 


j / 
c 8 


ruddy 


Germany 


Blacksmith . . 


j 

; 6 


brown 


Ireland 


Joiner .... 


j ^ 

; 6 


sandy 


London 


Butcher 


j w 

c c 


brown 


Second River 


Carpenter 


.) J 
c 2 


fair 


Nantucket 


Marriner . . . 


j * 

C TO 


brown 


New York. . .' 


Baker 


J 1( -' 

e g 


ruddy 


Zealand 


Marriner . . 


j 

$ 6 


brown 


Germany 


Labourer . . . 


j w 

e ^3 


do 


Prusia 


Marriner . . 


j j 
e 7 


do 


Devonshire 


Carpenter . . 


j / 

e e 


fair 


Ireland 


Labourer .... 


j j 
e -i 


do 


New York 


Barber 


j *r 

e 8 


brown 


do 


Currier 


j 
c 8 


do 


Penslivania 


Labourer 


j 
c 6 


do 


London 


Printer 


5 u 

c 2 


fresh 


New York 


Blacksmith . . . 


D * 
c c 


do 


England 


Labourer 


J J 

e 8 


hJijp 


Germany. . 


do 


j 

i; ^ 


fair 



296 



MUSTEK ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlisten. 


Age. 




April 7 


18 


Dennis Dunscomb 


do 9 


19 




do 7 


36 


Joseph Pennet 


do 16 


28 


Dan 1 ' Harper 


do 20 


20 


George Munson . 


do i 


21 


60 Will" 1 Palmer 


do 12 


18 


John Parcker 


do i 


34 


Jam 5 ' Emrnit 


do 9 


20 


Thorn 8 ' Bradley , 


do II 


21 


Jam Si Shylot 


do 30 


4Q 


John Shvviney 


do 20 


42 


Will 1 "- Bloomfield 


do 3 


4O 


Alex. Smith 


May 7 


2O 


Thom s Lain 


do 7 


2O 


John Banns 


do 5 


19 


7o Stephen Spalding 


do 5 


18 


Richard Thomas 


do 5 


IQ 


Edward M c Collough 


do 2 


24 


John Lo^in 


do 5 


2O 


Franc 5 ' Godfrey Albert 


do 7 


24 


Will 1 " Buckley 


do T. 


21 


Alex. M c lntosh 


do 2 


25 


John Morris 


do 2 


31 


Vincent Carty 


do 2 


21 


80 Benjamin Lewis 


do 2 


28 


Dan 1 Buttler . . 


do 3 


22 


John Canneday 


do 1 


3O 


Will 1 "- Barnes 


do 2 


2O 


Sam 1 Mercey 


do 2 


^2 


Phillip Hess 


do 2 


18 


Edward Doren 


do 2 


22 


Robert Power 


do 2 


22 


John Mason 


do 4 


2O 


Sam 1 - Sayer * . 


do 2 


2; 


90 Will" 1 - Hand 


do ^ 


27 


Michel Rish 


do ^ 


4C 


Jerem h - Sullivan 


do 3 


^o 


Will 1 "- Anterbush 


do 3 


2H 


John Carrol 


do T, 


4O 


John Hands 


do 4 


23 


Richard Cook . 


do 2 


4S 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 297 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Stature. 


Complexion. 


New York .... 


Shoemaker 


Feet In. 

5 3^ 


brown 


do 


Silversmith 


5 4 


do 


Germany 


Weaver 


"> 6 


ruddv 


London . . 


Marriner 


5 5 


brown 


Ireland 


Weaver 


5 8^ 


do 


New England 


Taylor 


c 8 


do 


New York 


Shoemaker 


S 7 


fair 


England 


Marriner 


S Q 


ruddy 


New York 


Shoemaker 


"5 '^ 


brown 


Perpetuse . . . 


Carpenter 


5 8 


pale 


London 


Coardwainer 


5 5 


brown 


Ireland 


Flax Teaser 


5 6 


do 


England 


Carpenter 


5 8 


ruddy 


Ireland 


Marriner 


5 5 


brown 


New York .... 


do 


s 4 


do 


England ... 


do 


5 8 


do 


Ireland 


do 


5 6 


do 


do 


do 


c c 


do 


do 


Surgeon 


5 8 


do 


Pensilvania 


Marriner 


5 8 


fair 


Germany 


Butcher 


5 7 


fair 


Ireland 


Labourer 


"5 o 


do 


Scotland 


do 


"5 ii 


brown 


London 


Printer 


c 


brown 


New York 


Labourer 


C 2 


do 


Bristol 


Shoemaker 


5 6 


do 


Ireland 


Marriner 


c c 


do 


do ... 


Labourer 


c 4 


ruddy 


Brister . 


Marriner 


c 7 


brown 


London 


Printer 


c 2 


brown 


Germany 


Baker 


^ 4 


do 


Ireland . . . 


Taylor 


^ 7 


ruddy 


do 


Tanner 


c c 


do 


New York 


Shoemaker 


c i: 


do 


England 


Baker 


5 6 


fair 


do 


Tavlor 


c 6 


do 


Germany 


Labourer 


5 6 


brown 


Ireland 


do 


c 7 


do 


England . . 


Grosser 


"? Q 


do 


Ireland 


Marriner 


c 7 


fair 


do 


Ship Carpenter . . . 


5 5 


brown 


New York. 


Mason . 


5 ii^ 


do 



298 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlisten. 


Age. 


David \Vilson 


May 2 


23 


John Michel Gates 


do 4 


24 


Will" 1 - Wallace 


do 2 


IQ 


IOO Will 1 " Atkins 


do 2 


36 


Robert Hodge 


do t; 


20 


Caleb O^den .... 


do Q 


21 


Math 5 - Shaw 


do 7 


26 









This is to Certify that the above, Being One Captain Two 
the City & County of New York for Abra. Deforest Company, 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAIS'D AND PASS'D MUSTER 

BARNABY BYRN'S COMPANY NEW 

Barnaby Byrn, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


Henry Dawson .... 


March 24 


24 


Ireland 


Joseph DaylY- 


do 24 


47 


England 


Sampson Mispullit . . 


do 24 


2O 


England 


William Kennedy . . . 


do 26 


2<; 


Ireland 


William M c Dermott. 


do 26 


23 


do 


Danil Donnelly 


do 28 


4C 


do 


James Drewit 


do 28 


28 


do 


William Rannels. . . . 


do 28 


22 


do 


James Brown . . . 


do 2Q 


27 


West Indian 


10 Jacob Bramer . 


do 2Q 


*/ 

2Q 


Hannover 


John Penny 


do 2Q 


~y 

IQ 


Amarican 


Alexander M c Keny. . 


do 3 I 


* y 
AA 


Scotland 


Thomas Climmy .... 


do 31 


18 


Scotland 


Henry Wade . 


do 31 


33 


England 


John Thomas 


do 3 1 


27 


England 


John Holshowsen . . . 


do 31 


*/ 

IQ 


Prusian 


William Brereton . . . 


do 31 


IQ 


Ireland 


George Grant. 


do 31 


48 


Ireland . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 299 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Stature. 


Complexion. 


Ireland 


Labourer 


Feet In. 

c 7 


fair 


Germany 


do 


c 4 


do 


New York 


Shoemaker 


c c 


do 


Kngland . 


Butcher 


^ 3 


brown 


Scotland 


Baker . . . 


H 8 


do 


Terse v . 


Hatter 


C 7 


do 


Ireland . 


Labourer . 


; II 


do 



Leut s and One hundred and Two Men have passed Muster for 
New York 12 May 1760. 

MICH. THODEY, Must r - Mast r - for 
City N. York. 



FOR THE CITY & COUNTY OF NEW YORK FOR CAPTAIN 
YORK MARCH THE 24 1760. 





Cox, Leiut. 
Hughes, do 






Trade. 


Militia Company. 


Stature. 


Complection. 


Labourer 




F. I. 

5 2 


fair 


Breekler 




C AV 2 


Brown 


Labourer 




"> 10 


Brown 


Labourer 




^ 1 1 


fair 


do 




5 2 


Brown 


do 




c 7^ 


fair 


Tayler 




"5 6 


Brown 


Labourer 




H 1 1 


Brown Mulato 


Labourer 




c c 


fair 


do 




< 2^ 


fair 


Labourer 




C 2V 2 


Brown 


Shoemaker 
Mariner 




5 5 
c c 


Brown 
fair 


Wiggmaker .... 
Labourer 




5 2 
c 41^ 


Brown 
fair 


Mariner 




^ 2 


fair 


Labourer 




e 6 


Brown 


do 




* 4^ 


fair 



100 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Da - v of Ace 
Inlistment. 


Where born. 


Mathew M c Keny 
20 Philip Levy 


March 
do 
do 
Apr. 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


31 21 

31 36 
31 27 
I 20 
I 26 
2 24 
3 22 
3 40 
4 22 

5 24 
5 20 

5 iB 
6 19 

6 20 
6 26 

7 36 
7 20 
8 23 
8 29 
ii 23 
1 1 24 

13 20 
14 26 
14 28 

14 18 

15 26 
16 27 
18 27 

19 22 
21 26 
21 22 

21 47 

22 23 

24 35 
24 27 
24 36 
24 26 

25 40 
26 28 
26 36 
27 36 

27 3O 


Ireland 


Hannover 


Robbert Elliot 


England . 


James MClee 


Ireland 


Jonathan Dentfild. . . 
Andrew Barrv 


England 


Ireland 


Alexander M c Carthy. 
Thomas Murphy. . . . 
Edmond Novvland. . . 
Dugel M c Doffee 


Scotland 


Ireland 


Amarican 


Scotland 


Henry Frederick. . . . 
30 Edward Sutton .... 
James Sands . . 


Wurterberg . . . 
Ireland 


Amarican 


James Beekman 


Amarican 


John Favaratt . 


Zvvizer 


Thomas \Velch 


Ireland 


Barny Gomos 


Portengale .... 
England 


Peter Powell 


Alexander Pursell . . . 
Rich d - Russell 


Scotland 


Ireland 


William Forrest. 


Ireland 


40 Norris Palmer 


Amarican 


David Roberts 


England 


Thomas M c Namarah . 
Garrit de Groate .... 
John Rynders 


Ireland 


Amarican 


Prusian 


John Stephens 


S. Carolina .... 
Highlands 


Thomas Nealy. . . 


John Williams 


Prusian 


Danil M c Donnell. . . . 
John Bean 


Scotland 


Ireland 


50 John Galasby 


Ireland 


Dennis van der Lip. . 
Silvanus Evans 


Amarican 
England 


David Hope 


Scotland 


Simon Drum 


Prusian 


Matthew Gardner . . . 
Thomas Flemming.. 
Patrick Welch 


England . . 


Ireland 


Ireland 


Rob d Dixon 


England 


Marten Moore . . . 


Living"' Manor. 
England . 


60 William Mullit . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1758. 301 



Trade. 


Militia Company. 


Stature. 


Complection. 


Labourer 




F. I. 

"5 4- l /2 


fair 


do 




6 


Brown 


Marriner 




c 7 


fair 


Shoemaker . . 
Cooper 




5 4 
c 7j^ , 


fair 
Brown 


Labourer 




5 10 


do 


do 




5 5 


do 


do 




C 2*A 


do 


Shoemaker 
Bookbinder 
Labourer 




5 7 ' 
5 10 

c A.y 2 


do 
do 
fair 


Mariner 




c 7 


fair 


Tanner 




S 7^ 


Negro 


Shoemaker 
Labourer , 




5 10 
5 6 


fair 
fair 


Labourer 




C Ci^ 


Brown 


Labourer 




c 7 


Brown 


Joiner 




c ci/ 


fair 


Labourer 




c tV 2 


Brown 


Labourer 




c 41^ 


fair 


Weaver 




c c^ 


fair 


Carpenter 




S 8 


fair 


Mariner 




"J 6 


fair 


Cooper 




c c 


Brown 


Carpenter 




5 6 


fair 


Mariner 




C A 


fair 


Carpenter 




6 


fair 


Shoemaker 




c 254 


fair 


Mariner 




c c 


fair 


Miller 




c 4 


Brown 


Mariner 




^ Q5^ 


fair 


Carpenter 




c 6 


fair 


Labourer 




c 4 


fair 


Mariner 




C Q^ 


Sandy 


Apothecarie .... 
Carpenter 




5 8^ 

S 8 1 / 


Brown 
fair 


Mariner 




c 7 


Brown 


Labourer 




C 2 


fair 


Mariner 




5 2 


fair 


Brasier 




c 4^4 


Brown 


Baker 




c 4 


fair 


Blockmaker .... 




5 3 


fair 



302 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


Salomon Tygert 
Thomas Adams 


Apr. 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
May 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
April 
May 


27 
27 
28 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
30 
30 
30 
30 

30 
i 
i 
i 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

3 

4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
8 
10 

12 


32 
24 
2O 

18 

19 

29 

26 
36 
19 
49 
25 

22 
36 
25 
30 
30 
22 
30 
22 
20 
22 
30 

39 
29 

25 
47 
26 

25 
29 

40 

25 
42 

20 


Ireland 


Ireland 


Anthony, Mustee. . . . 
John Wilson .... 


New York 


England 


Rich d - Ree 


Ireland . . . 


James M c Cay 


do 


Jeremiah Bohannen . 
William Broadhorst . 
Paul Hall ....- 


do 


do 


Amarican 


70 John M c Kym 


Ireland 


Joseph Fagen 


Ireland . 


Michael Arnell 


England . 


Henry Dean 


Amarican 


James Morris 


Virgin a 


Thomas Corry 


Ireland 


Michael Cosby. . 


do 


Rich d Cannart 


do 


James Gamble . 


Scotland . . . 


George Dixon . 


Ireland 


80 John Barran . 


do 


John Burk. . 


do 


John Wallace . . . 


do 


James Carron . . 


do 


Abraham Fellow .... 
John M c Guyer. . 


England 


Ireland 


Climont Cherrington. 
Henry O'Bryan . 


England 


Ireland 


Charles Durston . . . . 
John Courston 


England 


do 


90 Daniel Forbis. . 


Scotland 


Roger Comely. . 


Ireland 


James Deverix 


Holland 


James Rennolds .... 


Ireland 





This is to Certify that the above, being One Captain, 
the City & County of New York, for Capt. Barnaby Byrn's 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1 760. 303 



Trade. 


Militia Company. 


Stature. 


Complection. 


Weaver 




F. I. 

C 2 


Brown 


Weaver 




j * 
C -il/ 


fair 


Labourer 




J H-/2 
C 1 


Malato 


Mariner .... 




J J 

c 


fair 


Mariner 




j 

e c 


fair 


Labourer 




j j 
5 2 


fair 


Mariner 




c 2 


fair 


Labourer 




j * 
$ S3/ 


Brown 


Labourer 




3 574 

6 y, 


Negro 


Labourer 


do 


/ 2 

6 y. 


Brown 


do 


do 


/ 2 

e A i/, 


fair 


Mariner 


do 


J H-/2 

e 6 1 / 


Brown 


Labourer 


do 


J w /2 

^ Q 


Mpcrro 


Shoemaker 
Mariner 


do 
do 


-> y 

5 4 T / 2 

C Q 


i! (-j.jl \J 

fair 
do 


Ropemaker 


Capt. Lippenen . . 


j y 

c ^t/ 


do 


Mariner 


do 


J J/2 
C ^2 


do 


Black Smith .... 
Masson 


for the Troop .... 
Capt. Abeel 


J O 

5 4 

C Q 


do 
do 


Labourer 


do 


J y 

e. Q 


do 


Mariner 


do 


.) y 
S 6 


Brown 


Labourer 


do 


j w 

c 7 


fair 


Weaver 


Capt. Beekman . . 


j / 
^ 4 J /^ 


Ruddy 


Carpenter 


do 


j *r/3 

c 4. 


Brown 


Labourer 


do 


j *f 

c 2 


fair 


Tanner 


do 


c 7 


Brown 


Labourer 


do 


j / 

A 7 


fair 


Vintner 


Capt. de Bruce . . 


T- / 

^ 2 


Brown 


Labourer 


do 


C 7 


fair 


do 


Capt. Dice 


j 

e 8 


Brown 


do 


do 


e c 


Brown 


do 


do 


j D 
S 8 


"air 


do 


do 


j " 

^ 4 


Brown 











Two Lieuts and Ninety three Men, have passed Muster, for 
Company. New York May 12, 1760. 

MICH. THODEY, Must r - Mast r - 
for the City & County of New York. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 

COMPANY. 

Captain, Nath"- Hubbell. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 

Inlistment. 


Age. Where born. 


I Geor"e Edm d ' Sutton 


March 25 


27 London 


William Oliver 


do do 


29 America 


John Pomroy 


do do 


21 America 


Christ 1 "' Slyder 


do do 


31 Germany . 


Christian Shilling 


do do 


26 Holland .... 


Edward M c Daniel. . . . 


do do 


40 Ireland. . 


Charles Burtnell 


do do 


32 Ireland 


Rob t- Coates 


do do 


19 England 


Patk Kelley 


do do 


40 Ireland 


10 Francisco Theodo .... 


do do 


28 Spain 


Abra m - Fitchett 


do do 


25 America 


Francisco Coslea 


do do 


21. Spain . 


William Callarne 


do do 


22 England . 


Peter MKay 


do do 


o 

27 England . 


Peter Donnelly 


do 26 


25 Ireland 


James Thompson 


do 27 


23 Ireland 


Henry Metcalfe 


do 25 


35 < Ireland 


Baltus Hillicus 


do 27 


43 Germany . 


Samuel Love 


do 28 


29 Ireland 


20 John Brennan 


do do 


29 Ireland 


Rob 1 Irwin 


do do 


23 Ireland 


Daniel Penny 


do 25 


23 Block Island 


Samuel M c Donald 


do 29 


24 Scotland 


Francis Doran 


do do 


40 Ireland 


Samuel Chesnutt 


April i 


29 England 


William Smith 


March 31 


28 Ireland 


Daniel O'Bryan 


Apr. i 


3 1 Ireland . . 


John Anderson . 


do do 


IS Scotland . 


William Newberry . . 


do 2 


*J J \ 

36 England 


30 Abra m - Smith. . 


do ? 


tJO England . 


Jacob Cook 


do do 


j t> 
25 Germany 


John M c Cleen . 


do do 


T.Q 'Ireland 


Joseph Antonio . . 


do ; 


J 

it Soain 


Jonathan Russ 


do do 


30 America 


Adam Attler 


do 6 


20 Holland 


William Farr , . 


do 7 


2.\ England . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 760. 305 



THE COUNTY OF NEW YORK FOR CAPTAIN HUBBELL'S 
APRIL 1760. 



John Fisher, ) T ieutenants 
Alex r - White, f Lie 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
the Militia. 


Stature. 


Complexion. 


Clerk 




Feet. In. 

5 6 


Ruddy 


Labourer 




6 


Brown Indian 


do 




C Q 


Brown 


do 




6 


Brown 


do 




5 8 


Brown 


do 




5 6 


Brown 


do 




"5 6 


Pale 


Mariner 




$ 4- 


Dark 


Labourer 




=> 4 


Ruddy 


Mariner 




C Q 


Dark 


Labourer 




" 6 


Fair 


do 




"5 10 


Dark Mulatto 


Mariner 




5 8 


Brown 


do 




5 5 


Brown 


do 




5 c 


Brown 


Labourer 




5 8 


Fair 


Cordwainer .... 
Blacksmith .... 
Mariner 




5 6 

5 7 
5 8 


Brown 
do 
do 


Labourer 




5 8 


do 


do 




5 7 


Fair 


do 




5 8 


Black Indian 


do 




5 6 


Fair 


do 




c c 


Fair 


do 




c g 


Brown 


Mariner 




C 7 


Brown 


Labourer 




c c 


Light 


Gardiner 




5 6 


Brown 


House Carpenter 
Labourer 




5 5 
5 8 


fair 
Brown 


Cordwainer .... 
Marriner 




5 6 
c 6 


Fair 
Brown 


do 




c 7 


Brown 


Carpenter 




5 8 


Fair 


Marriner 




5 K 


Fair 


do 




i; Q 


Brown 



20 



306 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Da y of Aee 

Inlistment. 


Where born. 


Ezekiel Leather 


Apr. 6 27 
do 8 34 
do 7 35 
do do 20 
do 8 25 
do 10 26 
do 15 30 
do 12 26 
do 15 30 
do 19; 28 
do 21 32 
do do 28 
do do 30 
do do 30 
do 22 25 
do 22; 28 
do 21 28 
do 24 21 
do 25 40 
do 27; 28 
do 28 28 
do 29 
do 2 34 
do 3 21 
do 6 21 
do 10 28 
do 9 40 
do 8 19 
do 10 24 
do I i 26 
do 12 22 
do 17 26 
do do 35 
do 1 8 29 
do 24 38 
do 21 16 
do 26 41 
do do 31 
do 29 47 
do 30 44 
do do 33 
Mav i 21 


New England. . . . 
America 


Caleb Shereeve 


Samuel Jones 


England . 


40 Ryrnert Bushett 


Sweedland 


Joseph Buckells 


America 


George Helbertt. 


Holland 


o 

Francis Jeareaux . . . 


Sweedland 


Nicholas Jollyman .... 
John Payne 


do 


England 


John Vanderburer .... 
John Shoreland 


Holland 


England 


James Garnett. . . . 


do 


John Edwards 


do 


50 Peter Calumpoe 


Spain 


Theodo Twawoolshead. 
William Cole 


Spain 


America 


Peter Jamey 


Spain 


Joseph Symonds .... 


England 


Joseph Forrester 


do 


Thomas Farmer 


do 


George Dallby 


do 


[Name erased.] 
Robert Evans 


Spain 


England 


Benjamin Moorewise.. 
60 Philipp Miller 


Germany 


Germany . . 


William Hughes, sen r . 
Joseph Ensign 


Wales 


Ireland 


William Hughes, jun . . 
Michael George . 


Philadelphia 


Hamburg 


o 

Thomas Darby 


Maryland 


Isaac Lawrence 


Surinam 


James Neil 


Maryland 


John Smith . 


England 


William Bowen 


Wales 


70 John Coulter 


Dublin 


George Chapman 


Bristol 


Isaac Warner 


England 


John Glenn 


Dublin 


Dennis Mon Holland. . 
Robert Merryfield .... 
Evert Johnson 


Ireland 


England 


Holland 


William Coates. . 


Yorkshire . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 760. 



307 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
the Militia. 


Stature. 


Complex"- 


House Carpenter 
Carpenter 




Feet. In. 

5 8 
5 6 


Brown 
Brown 


Boulter & Baker. 
Labourer 




5 9 
c 4 


Fair 
Fair 


Blacksmith 




C Q 


Brown 


Labourer 




< 6 


Brown 


Baker 




5 8 


Fair 


Labourer 




c c 


Ruddy 


Marriner 




c 7 


Brown 


Taylor 




C 7 


do 


Marriner 




5 s 


do 


do 




$ Q 


do 


do 




c 6 


do 


do 




6 


Negro 


do 




: c 


do 


Shoemaker .... 
Marriner 




5 4 

^ Q 


Fair 
Dark Mulatto 


do 




j y 

C 4 


Fair 


do 




5 8 


Brown 


Vintner 




D 

c 8 


Fair 


Labourer 




^ Q 


Brown 


Marriner 




"i 10 


Black 


Hosier 




S 4 


Fair 


Labourer 




5 4 


do 


Watchmaker . . . 
Carpenter 




5 5K 

e -i 


Brown 
do 


Marriner 




j j 

c 8 


do 


Printer 




j " 

S 2 


Ruddy 


Sailmaker 




C C 


fair 


Marriner 




S 8 


Brown 


Taylor 




c 7 


do 


Mariner 




D / 

; 8 


Brown 


do 




j " 

; 6 


fair 


Taylor 




j 


fair 


Mariner 




^ ^ r X 


fair 


do 




C T. 


Brown 


do 




C ^ 


do 


Labourer 




c 4 


Lieht 


Mason 




j *r 

c 7 


Red 


Pewterer 




j / 

$ 8 


fair 


Mariner 




j u 

6 4 


Ruddy 


do 


Capt. Livinsrston 


<; 6 


Fair 



3 o8 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


John Kennedy 


May I 


26 


Ireland 


James Bell 


do do 


29 


England 


80 John Sears 


do do 


TS 


Alligant 


\Villiam \Vare 


do do 


25 


Ireland 


John Closs . . . 


do 2 


4O 


Holland 


Thomas Brown 


do do 


27 


Ireland 


Nich s- O'Bryan . . 


do do 


31 


Ireland 


Mich 1 M c Daniel 


do ^ 


T.2 


Ireland 


Jacob Vanprimer 


do I 


2T. 


America 


John M c Cann 


do T> 


27 


Ireland 


Charles Baxter 


do do 


26 


Holland 


John Powel Saunders . 


do do 


^8 


Germany 


oo William Baxter 


do do 


29 


America 


Robt Bell . . 


do do 


20 


Ireland 


David Gibson . . 


do 2 


17 


do 


Richard Meead .... 


do T, 


26 


do 


Owen Keith ... 


do I 


IQ 


do 


Mich 1 Connelly 


do 8 


23 


do 


William Crawford 


do <; 


27 


New England .... 


Daniel Hocran . 


do do 


2*> 


Waterford Ireland. 


o 

Joseph Gomuss 


do do 


27 


Lisbon 


John Darey ... 


do 8 


*/ 

2O 


Ireland 


100 John Dennis 


April 29 


27 


Cow Neck 


John Larking 


May q 


42 


Dublin 


George Jeary . 


do do 


^6 


London . 


Anthony Coales 


do do 


18 


Spain 


Cornelius Scantling . . . 


do do 


48 


Ireland 


Michael Isaacts. .. . 


do 1 2 


22 


England . . 











This is to Certify that the Within Being One Captain Two 
the City & County of New York for Capt. Nath" Hubbells 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 



309 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
the Militia. 


Stature. 


Complex"- 


Labourer 


Capt Desbrosse .... 


Feet. In. 
"> Q 


Fair 


Mariner 




c c 


Brown 


do 




$ 3 


Li^ht 


Labourer 




^ 3 


Brown 


do 


Capt Vanhorn 


c c 


do 


do 


do . . 


J J 

5 6 


do 


Taylor 


Capt Desbrosse 


S 7 


do 


Labourer 


Capt Hardenbrook 


j / 
e 8 


do 


do 


Capt Lispenard 


c g 


Red 


Glassmaker .... 
Labourer 


Capt Cromeline .... 
do 


j 

5 5 

C A 


fair 
fair 


Miner 


do 


J H- 

c 2 


fair 


Labourer 


Capt Benson 


j * 
$ A 


Brown 


Mariner 


do 


J T 1 

c 8 


Brown 


Labourer 


Capt Livingston 


5 6 


fair 


Weaver 


Capt. Bateman 


e c 


do 


Labourer 




j j 

C A I/. 


do 


do 




J T"/2 

C Q 


fair 


Mariner 


Capt Vanhorn . 


j y 

t 6 


Brown 


Chocolate Maker 


Capt Dice 


j w 

C T.I/, 


do 


Mariner 




J J 72 

t 1 


do 


Labourer 




J J 

e 7 


fair 


do 




j / 

C TO 


Black Indian 


Mariner 




J lvy 

c 7 


Brown 


Labourer 




j / 
e 8 


fair 


Mariner 




j u 

c 2 


Brown 


Sawyer 




j * 
c 7 


fair 


Watchmaker . . . 




j / 

5 5 


Brown 



Leiut 8 - and One hundred & five Men have pass'd Muster for 
Company, New York 12 May 1760. 

MICH. THODEY, Must r - Masf- for 
the City of New York. 



3io 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 

BAYEUX'S COMPANY, 

Henry Bayeux, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


John Edwards 


April 7 


John Josep Giles .... 


March 25 


John See 


April 7 


William Prue 


do 10 


5 John Crissling 


May 10 


John Hairn 


do 12 


Jeremiah King 


March 28 


Peter Williams 


do 27 


William Davids 


do 22 


10 David Sherwood .... 
Samuel Hichcock. . . . 
Jacob Thomas 


do 31 
do 27 
do v 


Isaac Dickman 


do 31 


Jacob Shumaker .... 
15 David Fishshcar .... 
Thomas Armstrong. . 
Jeremiah Bacon 


April 2 
March 31 
April 2 
May 2 


Richard Betts 


do i 


Daniel Willsey 


do 4 


20 Jacob Forshear 


do 1 3 


Abraham Haight. . . . 
Richard Huson 


do 15 
do i 5 


Jeremiah Brock 


do i I 


Gilbert Adams 


do 22 


25 Jacob Sharman 


do 22 


Thomas Huson 
John Jones 


do 25 

do 22 


James MCoy 


do 28 


Peter Fravors 


do 25 


?o Michel Ratzer . 


April 19 


J 

Isreal Persele 


March 26 


William Monatt 
Francis Phillips 


April 19 
Mar. 22 


John Paterson 


Apr I 


"?c James Purkins 


do 24 


Jeremiah Seccord 
Luke Johnson 


do 2 
do i 


lohn Leev. . 


do I 



Age. 



Where born. 



52 Wayls 

24 'Swishland 

27 Hannover 

18 New York 

45 Jarmeney 

30 Irland 

37 Irland 

24 Estchester 

1 8 PhillipseBurrah 
17 do 

19 do 

25 Wayls 

17 PhillipseBurrah 

42 Jarsey 

17 PhillipseBurrah 

39 Sea Born 

22 North Castle. . 

34 Ingland 

1 8 Oreng County . 
16 PhillipseBurrah 

19 Rye 

23 PhillipseBurrah 

19 Connecticut . . . 

21 Scarsdale 

27 Straten Island . 

20 PhillipseBurrah 

40 Ingland 

21 Jarsey 

35 France 

21 Jarmeney 

53 Sea Born 

36 (Scotland 

20 Swizaland. . 



30 Irland 

16 Long Island. . . 

20 New Rachel. . . 

43 Ingland 

22 Irland . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 760. 31 I 



THE COUNTY OF WEST CHESTER FOR CAPTAIN CAPT. 
MAY Y E 13 1760. 

Richard Smith, 

Peter Martlings, 



Lieutenants. 



Trade. 


Out of what Company 
of the Militia. 


Stature. 


Description of the Men's 
Persons. 






Feet In. 




Labourer . . 


Capt. Emory .... 


5 4 


Black Eyd Black hair 


Barber .... 


do 


5 5 


Light Eyd & Hair 


Labourer . . 


do 


5 7 


do 


do 


do 


5 7 


do Black hair 


do 


do 


5 3 


do Brown do 


do 


do 


5 2 


do do 


Saylor . 


Capt. I sr 1 Underbill 


e 7 


do do 






j / 




Cordwinder. 


Capt. Conkling. . . 


5 ii 


do do 


Labourer . . 


do 


5 7 


do do 


do 


do 


6 o 


do Light hair 


do 


do 


5 9 


Dark Eyd do hair 


Taylor .... 


do 


5 6 


do do 


do .... 


do 


5 10 


Black Eyd Black hair 


Carpenter. . 


do 


5 10 


do do 


Cordwinder. 


do 


5 7 


Light Eyd Light hair 


Saylor 


do 


5 8 


do do 


Cooper .... 


do 


5 8 


do do 


Saylor 


do 


5 8 


Black Eyd Black hair 


Labourer . . 


do 


5 8 


Light Eyd light hair 


do 


do 


5 5 


do brown hair 


do 


Capt. Tredwell. . . 


5 8 


do light hair 


Blacksmith. 


do 


5 10 


Black Eyd black hair 


Labourer . . 


do 


5 7 


Light Eyd brown hair 


do 


do 


5 5 


do light hair 


Carpenter. . 


do 


5 8 


Dark Eyd dark hair 


Labourer . . 


do 


5 8 


Black do black do 


Clother 


do 


5 6 


Dark do dark do 


Labourer . . 


do 


5 7 


do do do do 


do 


do 


5 5 


Black do black do 


Coopper . . . 


Capt. Seccord .... 


5 5 


Brown do black do 


Waver 


do 


C A 


Black do black do 


Labourer . . 


do 


5 7 


Dark Eyd Black hair 


do 


do 


5 6 


do Dark do 


Labourer . . 


Left. Purdy 


C Q 


Light do Light do 






j y 




do 


do 


5 o 


Black do Black do 


Cordwinder. 


Capt. Virmilliea .. 


5 5 


Light do light do 


Turner 


do 


5 9 


do do do do 


Labourer . . 


do 


5 i 


do do do do 



12 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


Aor. 4 


3 


Boston 


do 25 
do 22 

April 24 
do 26 
do 25 


IS 

18 

25 
18 

33 


New York .... 
Philipse Borrow 
New York .... 
Cortland Manor 
England 


do 28 


27 


Holand 


Mav Q 


34 


Garmeny 


March 25 


40 


Ireland 


Mav 7 


29 


larsev . 


do I 
March 22 
do 26 


23 
23 
34 


Suffock Co. . . . 
Philipse Borrow 
England 


April 2 


19 


Maryland 


do 5 


25 


England 


do 26 
do 24 
do 24 
May 2 
do 2 
do 2 


16 

'9 

3* 
'7 

22 
17 


Philipse Borrow 
do 
Longh Island . 
Fox Medow . . . 
Philipse Borrow 
Oran< r e Co 


do 2 
March 27 
April i 
March 28 
April 27 


17 

23 

34 
23 
43 


Philipse Borrow 
Eastchester . . . 
New Roachel . . 
Pennsyvila .... 
Garmany 


do 22 
do 28 
do 2 

do 22 


21 

27 

40 
46 


Eastchester . . . 
Longh Island. . 
Eastchester . . . 
Ireland 


do 14 


24 


S l Citts 


do 28 


37 


Marneck 


do 28 
do 25 
do 28 
March 26 


23 
18 

17 
28 


Westchester. . . 
do 
do 
Ireland 


do 27 
do 27 


36 

18 


Westchester. . . 
Tarsev 


April 28 


32 


Eastchester . . . 



MEN'S NAMES. 



James Sandars 

40 Francis Berrey 

George Vantastal. . . . 

o 

Cornelus Prusen 

Francis Bailey 

John Tise 

45 John God fry 

Regerock Roof 

John Thomas 

Peter Turner 

Nethaniel Houtwell . 
50 Abraham Dncher. . . . 

Edward Barkin 

Thomas Emphry .... 

Samuel Dickerson. . . 

Abraham Conklin . . . 
55 Barent Ducher 

Adam M c Cale 

Abslum Simons 

Isaac Williams 

William Wolsey 

60 Tunus Croneck 

Robert Stevens 

Roger Pell 

John Evins 

Peter Sterpauck 

65 Richard Steveis 

David Barthy 

Richard Bisser 

Charles White 

James Walters 

70 David Taylor 

Jacob Vincen 

Thomas Johnson .... 

Antoney Fowler .... 

John M c Cormick .... 
75 William Mash 

Ephrun Bennet 

77 Jeremiah Fowler .... 

My Musterrole returned by me this 14 th of May 1760 the 
Colony of Newe York. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 313 



Trade. 


Out of what Company 
of the Militia. 


Stature. 


Description of the Men's 
Persons. 






Feet In. 




Carpenter. . 


Capt. Virmilliea . . 


S 7 


Negro 


Roapmaker. 


do 


5 2 


Light Eyd light hair 


Labourer 


Capt. Drake 


C I I 


do do 


Mason 


do 


J 

5 6 


Dark do dark do 


Labourer . . 


do 


J 

5 6 


do do 


Taylar .... 


do 


2 


Light do light do 


Baker 


do 


j 

c; c 


o o 

Brown Eyes brown do 


Labourer . . 


do 


j j 

5 5 


Light do light do 


Gardner . . . 


do 


J -J 

c o 


o o 

Black do black do 


Baker 


do 


j 
5 8 


Dark do do do 


Labourer . . 


do 


j 
c 6 


Light do light do 


Blacksmith . 


Capt. Buckhout . . 


j 

S 7 


o o 

do do black do 


Ditcher. . . . 


do 


5 4 


do do light do 


Taylor .... 


do 


5 6 


do do 


Labourer . . 


do 


5 6 


do Black do 


do 


do 


5 4 


do light do 


do 


do 


5 9 


do do 


do 


do 


5 9 


do do 


do 


do 


5 6 


dark do Brown hair 


Weaver. . . . 


do 


5 7 


Light Eyes light do 


Labourer . . 


do 


5 7 


do do 


do 


do 


5 S 


do do 


do 


Capt. Fowler .... 


5 8 


do Dark do 


do 


do 


5 10 


Dark Eyes do do 


do 


do 


5 8 


Black do black do 


Wealwright. 


do 


5 6 


Light Eyes light do 


Joyner .... 


do 


5 9 


do do 


Barber .... 


do 


5 4 


do do 


Carpenter. . 


do 


5 6 


Black do black do 


Taylor .... 


do 


5 8 


Dark do dark do 


do .... 


do 


5 3 


Negro 


Mason 


Capt. Underhill . . 


5 $ 


Light Eyes light hair 


Taylor .... 


do 


J J 

c 7 


o J o 

do do 


Labourer . . 


do 


j / 

^ 4 


Brown do brown do 


do 


do 


J T^ 

5 10 


do do 


do 


do 


J 

c 7 


Light do dark do 


do 


do 


j / 
5 8 


Brown do brown do 


do 


do 


j 

"> 2 


Light do light do 


Cordwinder. 


do 


j 
S 2 


do do 



Number bejng 80 to the payemasters & Comesuryes for the 
pr. Me JOHN THOMAS, Muster Master 
for the County of West Chester. 



MUSTEK ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 

COMPANY, MAY 

William Gillchrist, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


Jonathan Ambler 


March 22 


7O 


Connecticut 


Gershon Mead 


do 22 


29 


do 


Jonathan Barritt 


May 2 


T. I 


Bedford 


John Bishop 


do 6 


IQ 


Connecticut 


5 William More 


March 22 


36 


Inland 


John Cosel 


do 22 


23 


Ingland 


Richard Wall 


do 22 


77 


o 

do 


Seth Stodard 


April i 


24 


Connecticut . ... 


John Morgan 


do I 


74 


do 


J o 

10 Joseph Nitrhts . 


March 22 


48 


Ingland 


J I c5 

Nathaniel Hare 


do 24 


I 7 


Rye 


Thomas Willson 


April 24 


1 / 
22 


iv_y v. 

Ingland 


Thomas Hocrens. . 


do 27 


77 


Irland 


o 

Robert Rogers 


March 22 


5O 


Scotland 


1 5 George Morway 


do 22 


7Q 


Jarmeney 


Adam Enporour 


do 22 


Jy 

7,2 


do 


Abra m - Thorny Crift 


do 28 


2 I 


Long Island 


John Chase 


do 28 


22 


Road Island 


John Lee 


Mav o 


2 


Boston 


20 Moses Akerly 


April 5 


27 


Long Island 


John Bonton .... 


do 1 1 


-/ 
2 I 


Connecticut 


John Cuninggame . . . 


do 1 1 


T. \ 


Rve 


John Miller 


do 1 1 


J * 

23 


iv / * 
Manner Cortlandt 


Hezekiah Avercy .... 


do 2^ 


* J 

18 


Scarsdeal 


25 Murrey Brown 


do 2; 


16 


North Castle .... 


Thomas Andrews 


do 25 


18 


Jarsey 


Deliverance Banker. . . 
Jacob Vantasel 


do 17 
do 17 


32 

7C 


Westchester Co. . 

Philipse Bar rah . . 


Jacob Hatton 


do i 5 


JJ 
?,6 


Jarmeney 


30 Thomas Champea 


1 j 
do 23 


J^ 
22 


France 


Nathaniel Jurden 


do 20 


4Q 


Insrland 


Henry Green 


Mav 7 


*rV 

7.7 


t> 

New York 


Jeziell Fowler . . 


March 25 


O/ 
27. 


Westchester .... 


Isreah Jones . 


do 25 


- 3 

21 


do 


35 William Jane 


do 27 


27 


Long Island 


Allaxandra Murry 


do 3O 


*/ 

17 


Irland 


Hugh M c Cartee . 


do TO 


26 


do 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 



THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER FOR CAPTAIN GILCHRIST'S 
Y E 13, 1760. 

Ambros Horton, ) T . 

John Harise, Lieutenants - 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
the Militia. 


Stature. 


Description of the 
Men's Persons. 


Labourer 


Capt Rub Lockwood . 


6 i 




Cordwinder . . . 
Labourer 


do 
Capt Crane 


5 7 
c 6 




do 


do 


6 o 




Taylor 


Capt Hatfield 


$ 2 




Cordwinder . . . 


do 


^ 10 




Labourer .... 


do .... 


^ 7 




do 


do 


^ 1 1 




do 


do 


$ 7 




do 


do 


5 6 




do 


do 


c 4 




do 


do 


c 4 




Cordwinder . . . 


do 


6 o 




Tovner . 


do .... 


c e 




Taylor 


Left Miller 


C 2 




Labourer 


do 


c 6 




Cordwinder . . 


do 


^ 3 




Labourer 


do 


c c 




do 


do 


^ 7 




do 


do 


5 8 




do 


do 


1 4 




do 


do 


6 o 




do 


do 


^ 4 




do 


do 


5 8 




do 


do 


>> 4 




do 


do 


" 8 




do . ... 


do 


6 o 




do 


do 


6 2 




do 


Capt Emory 


5 6 




Cordwinder . . . 


do 


*> 10 




Gardener .... 


do 


C T. 




\Vaver 


do 


c 7 




Tovner . 


Capt Israel Underbill 


j I 
$ Q 




Carpenter .... 
Weaver 


do 
do 


5 10 

" 8 




Labourer 
Stone Cutter . . 


do 
do 


5 4 
5 10 





3 i6 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


Robert Causton 


April 28 


20 


Westchester 


Thomas Botton 


do 25 


21 


Irland 


40 John M c Adams 


do 25 


19 


Westchester .... 


Joseph Pell 


do IQ 


19 


do 


Gershon Clark 


do 14 


4Q 


Long Island 


Will m - Stockham 


do 28 


18 


North Castle . . . 


Jeffery Tavrott 


do 28 


18 


Westchester . . 


45 *John Hayns 


A Desarte 


r last 


year Taken this 


Thomas George 


April 21 


"H 


Ingland 


John Valance 


March 28 


^6 


Connecticut 


Jonathan Palmer 


April 14 


18 


Mamaroneck .... 


John Wems 


do IQ 


38 


Irland 


50 John Peters 


do 19 


21 


Ingland 


John Munday 


do 19 


17 


do 


Jeremiah Cudney 


do 28 


18 


Scarsdeal 


Obediah Hunt 


May M 


22 


Westchester . . . 


Francis Bradley 


April ^ 


\2 


Ireland 


55 Trios. Nelson 


March 25 


21 


England 


Nithaniel Wastcoter . . 


do 28 


21 


Connecticut 


Cato Thomas 


do 2Q 


2^ 


Rye 


Thos. Mitchel 


April 24 


T.A 


Block Island .... 


Mores Coly 


do 2 


T.Q 


Ireland . 


60 James Maren 


May 4 


jy 

20 


Ireland 


Vincen Series 


March 28 


21 


Bedford 


Charles Roach 


April 2 


*6 


West Indies . . . 


Jonathan Silsby 


May 7 


2C 


Connecticut 


James Hallock 




* 3 
21 


North Castle 


65 John Wallas 


March 26 


32 


England 


Joseph Rowse 


April 7 


JJ 

c I 


Boston 


Richard Solter 


do 


J * 
l6 


Connecticut 


Nathaniel Holmes. . . . 


do i 


27 


Bedford 


Samuel Holmes 


do I 


16 


do . . 


70 Benjamin Roa. . 


do I 


40 


Jarsey 


Joseph Tucker 




18 


North Castle 


James Vanscoit 




21 


L,ong Island 


Stephen Dennis 


March 9 


18 


North Castle 


Israel Wastcote 


May 8 


28 


Bedfort 


75 Timothy Airse 


April 22 


27 


I arse v . 


After Moger 


May 7 


2? 


Lon fT Island 


Nithaniel Warters .... 
Ezra Green 


"j i 
May c 


*3 

22 
23 


Connecticut ... . 
N York 


Richard Wilson 


April 28 


^ o 
^ 


Ireland 


80 Nicklas Cooper. . 


do 18 


1A 


Oranpre County . 



* broke Gole and Desarted again. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 317 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
the Militia. 


Stature. 


Description of the 
Men's Persons. 


Labourer 
Taylor 


Capt Israel Underhill 
do 
do 
do 
Capt. Conkling 


5 9 
5 3 
5 8 
5 10 
5 9 
5 9 
5 ii 

5 5 
5 8 
5 9 
5 9 
5 6 
5 3 
5 7 
5 5 
5 5 
5 8 

5 9 
6 o 

5 6 

5 8 
5 5 
5 7 
5 6 
6 o 
5 7 
5 3 
6 o 

5 3 
5 10 
5 4 
5 3 
5 6 
5 10 
5 10 
5 10 
5 4 
5 4 
5 8 
5 ii 
5 5 

5 Q 


Indian. 


Cooper 


Saylor 


Carpenter 


Labourer .... 


Capt Isr. Underhill . . 
do 
ole. 
Capt Tredwell . 


Labourer 


Year put into G 
Cook 


Labourer 


Capt Griffens 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Mason 


do . . 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt Hatfield 


Weaver .... 


Lieut Purdy . .... 


Labourer 


do 


do 
do 


do 


do 


Cordwinder . . . 
Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Capt Lobdel 


Taylor 


do 


Tovner . 


do 


Miller 


Capt Lyons . 


School Master. 
Mason 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Cordwinder . . . 
do 
Carpenter 


do 


do 


do 


Labourer 


do 


Taylor 


do 


Millwright 
Weaver 


do 


do 


do 


do 


BlackSmith. . . 
Weaver 


Capt Wallese 


Capt Buckhout 


Labourer . 


do 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


Caleb Horton 


May 2 


16 


Phillipse Burrah. 


Abraham Travies 


do 2 


18 


Philipse Burrah . 


Henery Coale 


do 2 


40 


do 


George Lori " 


March 22 


22 


Ireland 


85 John Wilson 


do 22 


*5 


England 


Charles Vincen . 


do 22 


T8 


Fresh Kills 


Silos Flint 


do 22 


22 


Connecticut 


John Ellott . . . 


April 2T> 


22 


Ingland . , 


John Briggs 


do 2\ 


17 


o 

Phillipse Burrah . 


go James Currey 


March 25 


2O 


Westchester 


John Forster 


do 22 


gone 


to Long Island 


Joseph Anderson 


Maye 14 


18 


Newe York 











This Musterrole Retorned by me this 14 th of Maye 1760 

To the payemasters & Comesaryes for the 
Colony of Newe York. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 

HAIGHTS COMPANY, 

Jonathan Haight, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Jacobus Concright 


April i 


18 


Barnibas Cledon 


March 27 


3O 


Incres Cutlar 


April 28 


17 


Andrew Peterson 


do 24 


45 


5 Isaac Harton 


do 28 


17 


Ruben Piner 


do 28 


18 


Paul James . 


do 28 


21 


Alex Burtus 


do 14 


4.5 


John Commal 


do 24 


2Q 


10 Phinus Baker 


do 12 


y 

21 


Michal Chadock 


do 14 


18 


Jabus Fuller . 


do T, 


IQ 


George Scott 


do 1 


CQ 


Peter Nilson . 


do T, 


IQ 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 760. 319 



Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
the Militia. 


Stature. 


Description of the 
Men's Persons. 


Labourer 


Capt Buckhout 


5 6 




do 


do 


5 8 




do 


do 


5 8 




Wool Comer. . . 


Capt Drake 


5 10 




Sailor 


do 


5 6 




Black Smith . . 


do 


c 8 




Labourer 


Capt John Underbill. 


$ 4 




do 
do 


do 
do 


5 5 
5 3 




do 


do 


c c 




Blacksmith .... 


Capt Buckhout 


> > 
5 10 

c c 













the Number being 95. 

pr. me JOHN THOMAS, Muster 
Master for the Coonty of West Chester. 

95 men. 



THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER FOR CAPTAIN JON N 
MAY Y E 13 1760. 



Robert Travis, ) 
Jonathan Miller, f 



Lieutenants. 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of the 
Militia. 


Stat- 
ure. 


Dutchess Co. . . 
Wales 


Labour .... 
do 


Capt Jonth Vin Selouck 
do [Selleck] 


F. I. 
6 

*> 8 


Dutchess Co. . . 
Swedland 


do .. . 
Sailor 


do 

do 


5 5 

$ 7 


Westchester . . . 
Conn 1 


Labour .... 
Joiner 


do 
do 


5 7 
"5 6 


Orange County 
Philpse Burrow 
Philadelphia . . 


Labour .... 
Wever 
do 


do 
do 
Capt Brown 


5 10 

5 ii 

c c 


Boston 


Carpenter . . 


do 


"> 8 


do 


Labour .... 


do 


"? 7 


do 


do 


do 


6 o 


Long Island . . . 


do 


do 


C I I 


Cort. Manor. . 


do 


do 


l ii 



3 20 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


i 5 John Aston 


April 14 


2/1 


Arter Veal 


do 14 


<(. 

21 


Samuel Jinkins 


do 25 


21 


Israel Mulinex 


do 25 


2C 


Joseph Conclin 


May 


^j 
AC 


20 Aron Chatton 


do 6 


45 
I 7 


Geor (r e Taylor 


April i 


1 / 
2C 


Henery Terry 


do 3, 


^j 
36 


Duburtus Poasly 


do i 


J^ 
">! 


Lewis Huson 


do 1 1 


18 


25 William Combit 


do 3 


28 


John Normade .... 


do 3 


26 


Jacobus Ilronk 


March 3 i 


23 


Peter Mills 


do 27 


^ J 
TO 


James Mansfield 


do 6 


*y 

3 I 


30 Jacob Armstrong 


Apr. 23 


J 4 
2 I 


Zopar Jones .... 


do i 


18 


Joshua Lumerix 


do 23 


2 I 


Eleazer Yotiman 


do 8 


2 I 


Edward Brown 


do 17 


IQ 


35 Nicolas Depew 


do 17 


x y 

i 7 


James Wood 


do I 


1 / 

-7 T 


William Wolsey 


do 28 


18 


William Miller 


do 


2 I 


Daniel Rusel 


May 7 


TO 


40 Philip Stenback 




j y 

TO 


Gilbert Travis 


April i 


l y 

18 


Josiah Smith 


do 2 


22 


Gabriel Huson 


do i 


7 i 


Wolster Rost 


March 24 


23 


45 W m Durbystur . 


April 4 


^J 

18 


David Todd 


do 23 


16 


Tho s - Wright 


Mav 4. 


f j 


Samuel Montrop . 


Apr IQ 


^j 

I 7 


Matyse Colding . 


do 2 


1 / 
2A 


50 Thomas Peek 


do 23 


^4 

T 7 


Abr m Sloot 


Mav 7 


1 / 

in 


Thadeus Dickson 


lay / 

Apr 2 


j u 
18 


Peter Partrick 


do 5 


23 


James Done 


do i 


^O 
TO 


55 Daniel Brooks.. 


do 26 


x y 

TO 


David Sarles . 


do id. 




16 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 321 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of the 
Militia. 


Stat- 
ure. 


Cort. Manor. . . 


Labour .... 


Capt Brown 


F. I. 

5 8 


Rye 


do .... 


do 


^ Q 


Cort. Manor. . . 


do .... 


do 


.3 y 

5 8 


Westchester. . . 


Wever 


do ... 


; 6 


do 


Carpenter . 


Capt Tellar 


j w 
^ n 


do 


Weaver .... 


do 


e 8 


England . 


Saier 


do 


j 

c 7 


Ireland 


Mason 


do 


j / 
c 7 


Virginia . 


Labour .... 


do 


j / 

6 o 


Philipse Burrow 


Weaver .... 


do 


C n 


Ireland 


Labour .... 


do 


J y 

c 7 


Swits 


Taylor 


Capt Phil Verplanck 


j / 

6 o 


Westchester. . . 
Dutchess Co.. . 
Ireland 


Cord winder. 
Labour .... 
Weaver . 


do 
do 
do 


5 6 

5 7 

r 8 


Straten Island. 
Long Island. . . 
Westchester . . 
Whiteplains . . . 
Albany 


Labour .... 
do .... 
Cord winder. 
Labour .... 
do 


do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


.) 

5 9 
5 8 
5 8 

5 4 
c 8 


Cortland Man r . 
Westchester. . . 
Orange Co .... 
Cortland Man r -. 
Long Island. . . 
Jersey 


Weaver .... 
Cordwinder . 
Labour .... 
do .... 
do .... 
do 


do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


j 
5 5 
5 4 
5 8 
5 6 

5 5 
c A 


Cortland Man r -. 
Conn 1 - 


do .... 
Cordwinder . 


do 
Capt Rogers 


:> 
5 8 
6 o 


Westchester. . . 


Labour .... 


do 


^ 1 1 


Connectic 1 .... 


do .... 


do 


s 7 


Whiteplains . . . 


do .... 


do 


$ 4. 


Dutchess Co. . . 


do .... 


do 


c c 


Ireland 


Sailor 


do 


C O 


N. York 


Labour .... 


do 


j y 

c e 


Germany 


do .... 


do 


j j 

c c 


N. York 


do .... 


do ... 


J J 

C A 


Philipse Borrow 


Cordwinder. 


do 


J *T 

$ O 


Cort. Manor. . . 


Labour .... 


do 


$ 8 


Connect 


do 


do 


C Q 


WestchesterCo. 


do .... 


do 


.> y 
S 8 


Conn 1 - 


do 


do 


c o 


WestchesterCo. 


do 


do 


j y 

; A 



21 



322 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. InHstotnt. 


Age. 


Philipp Money Apr 


34 


John Quick do 


2T> 


Arnils Digans do 


2; 


60 Thos Williams May 7 


27 


Zebolon Pedruck ' do 7 


2; 


Enoch Corwell April 3 


2O 


James Salts do 9 


25 


Gilbert Travis do 1 6 


18 


65 Gilbert Conclin do 16 


16 


Jacob Travis do I 


IQ 


John Pulin do 3 


26 


David Taylar March ^2 


18 


John Macrede May 6 


20 


70 William Watson do 6 


20 


Jonathan Wolsey . . April 16 


20 


Conlius Chaton May 7 


IQ 


Jacob Shover .... April o 


2O 


Jacob Yunomore do 28 


22 


75 Joseph Cosle do 23 


21 


Joseph Farmin 


26 


Calib Latin . . i 


2\ 


78 Samuel Brooks . do 21 


21 



this Muster Role made by me this 15 th of Maye 1760. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 

BLOOMER'S COMPANY, 

Joshua Bloomer, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Cotlipp Youton 
Samuel Boden . 
Joseph Todd. . 



Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


April I 
March 22 
April 4 


16 

37 
18 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 323 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of the 
Militia. 


Stat- 
i:re. 


Long Island. . . 


Labourer . . . 


Capt Lobdel 


F. I. 

^ 7 


Connecticut . . . 


do 


do 


<; 8 


Block Island . . 


do 


do 


^ 1 1 


Rhord Inland . 


do 


do 


C 7 


Long Island . . . 


do 


do 


S 7 


Cortland Man . 


do 


Capt Hyat 


*> 8 


Long Island. . . 


Weaver .... 


do 


$ 8 


Cortland M r -. . . 


Labourer . . . 


do 


^ 10 


do 


do 


do 


5 10 


do 


Weaver 


do 


c 10 


England 


Labourer . . . 


do 


c 


Cort. Manor. . . 


do 


do 


: 4 


lersey . 


do 


do 


c 7 


England 


Taylor 


do 


c c 


Bedford 


Weaver .... 


do 


5 6 


Dut s- County . . 


Labourer. . . 


do 


^ Q 


do 


do 


do 


^ 2 


Straten Isl d -. . . 


Weaver .... 


Capt John Underill 


c 6 


Conn' 


Tayler 


Capt Wallese 


I 8 


Loner Island . 


Weaver . . . 


Capt Lyon 


*> 10 


o 

do 


Cordwinder 


do 


5 8 


N. York 


do 


Capt. Wallese 


5 o 











pr. me JOHN THOMAS, Muster Master 

for the County of West Chester 

the Number being 87. 



THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER FOR CAPTAIN JOSHUA 
MAY i3 TH 1760. 

Selvenus Horton, ) T . 

T r> u i r Lieutenants. 

John Boshwick, ) 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company 
of the Militia. 


Stat- 
ure. 


Jarmeny 


Labourer 


Capt Holms 


5 7 


England 


do 


do 


C C 


do 


do 


do 


S 6 



3 2 4 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


David Bostick 


April 23 


24 


5 David Sealey 


March 31 


16 


Tabez Smith 


April 28 


27 


David Finch 


do 4 


18 


Joseph Harris 


do 2 


24 


Abr m> Rux"ve 


do 22 


39 


JQ Thomas Crumwcll 


do I 


31 




do 2 


21 


Samuel Nichson 


May 4 


28 


David \Varri n" 


do 7 


16 


Thomas Rusell 


do 7 


21 


I c John Akerly 


do 


10 


Richard Marsh 


do 6 


45 


Jesey Hai"ht 


April 3 


17 


Thomas Sanford 


do 3 


18 


William Brown 


do 3 


16 


20 Benidick Arnold 


March 26 


19 


Weight Green 


April 10 


19 


Brock way Brown 


do i 


10 


John Ferris (Harris?) 


do 3 


30 


Gideon Dolf 


do 28 


54 


25 Oliver Arnold 


do 20 


46 


Peter Forginson 


May 6 


10 


Jonathan Holms. 


Aprl 1 1 


18 


John Price 


do 9 


16 


Patrick M c Ovoy 


do 9 


17 


30 Leabon Light 


do 28 


17 


Somas Tomas Traser 


do 28 


25 


Nathaniel Chappell 


do 28 


25 


James Sturdevent 


do 2 


21 


Peter Lockwood 


May 2 


17 


^ David Durell . 


do 6 


28 


J J 

Salomon Burtis 


do 6 


4O 


Nehemiah Stanton 


do 6 


22 


John Pengrey 


do 6 


25 


William Saris 


do 6 


2O 


40 Thomas Seman 


do 10 


16 


Alaxandra Flecher 


do i 


21 


William M c Horney 


Mar 22 


18 


Eliphelet Saburley ? 


Apr 28 


18 


Tho s- Gibson 


do 28 


18 


45 John Roe 


do 1 1 


23 


Joseph Williams . . 


do II 


IQ 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1 760. 325 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company 
of the Militia. 


Stat- 
ure. 


Bedford 


Carpentder 


f~" a r> t 1 T~T o 1 m c 


"> 8 


do 


Toyner . . 


do 


c c 


Connecticut 


Cordwinder 


do 


*> o 


do 


Labour 


do 


$ 4. 


Ingland 


Watchmaker .... 


do 


$ $ 


Conn 1 ' 


Cordwinder . . . 


do 


"? 3 


Westchester 


Black Smith 


do 


5 6 


North Castle .... 


Labourer 


do 


5 8 


Boston 


do 


do 


c c 


Bedford 


do 


do 


J J 

s $ 


do 


do . . 


do 


J J 

til 


do 


do 


do 


J * * 
c jo 


Boston 


do 


C* 3 nt" T i iplrvvonH 


J lvy 

C Q 


Connect 1 ' 


do 


do 


j y 

C Q 


do 


do 


do 


j y 

c ii 


Westchester .... 


do .... 


do 


j L L 
c 10 


Conn t- 


do 


do 


j A ^ 

e Q 


do 


do 


do 


3 y 
r in 


Westchester 


do 


do 


j 1< -' 
r if 


Conn t- 


Cordwinder 


do 


j J 
c 7 


do 


Labourer 


do 


j / 

C 7 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


3 / 
t C 


Cortl 1 - Manor 


Labourer 


Capt Crane 


J J 

C Q 


Bedford 


do 


do 


j y 
C A 


Pensalvanea 


do 


do 


J *T 

C A 


Westchester 


do 


do 


j *r 

C Q 


Bedford 


do 


do 


J 7 

$ 7 


Jarmeney 


Lace Maker . . 


do 


j / 
r 7 


Connect 1 - 


Labourer 


do 


j / 

c 6 


Duches 


do 


do 


c 7 


Conn t- 


do 


do 


j / 
e 8 


Boston 


Waver 


do 


j 

C Q 


Long Isl d - 


Labourer 


do 


J y 

6 o 


Bedford 


do 


do 


S 6 


Conn 1 ' 


Cordwinder 


do 


"s A. 


Bedford 


Labourer 


do 


e A 


Long Isl d - 


Black Smith 


do 


j *r 

$ 2 


Scotland 


Labourer 


Capt Conklin cr 


C A 


Albeney 


do 


Capt Purdv 


j *r 

C T, 


Long Island .... 


Cordwinder 


do 


J J 

"? 4. 


do 


Labourer 


do 


S 1 


do 


Taylor 


do 


S 8 


Rye . 


Labourer.. 


do 


j u 
i; ii 



326 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Abel Mosher 


Apr 2 


17 


Ruben Lane 


Mar 22 


17 


Peter Merril 


do 26 


10 


sO Tames Kniffin 


Apr 10 


17 


Fbenezer Cooper 


Mar 22 


18 


John M c Daniels 


Apr. i 


33 


Amos Ovvartoo 


Mar i 


17 


Peter Ware 


Mav 8 


30 


cc John M c Cormick 


do 22 


31 


Elias Roberts 


April 8 


2Q 


Darby Sulivan 


March 22 


35 


James Murphy 


do 22 


30 


Isaac Briggs 


do 27 


19 


60 Benjamin Boyea 


April 19 


18 


Robert James . . . 


do 28 


46 


John Utter 


March 22 


33 


John Feild 


do 22 


31 


James Roads 


do 22 


2? 


(5c George Francis . . 


April 4 


17 


John Gibbs 


do 1 8 


27 


Timothy Reed 


May 5 


3O 


Daniel M c Cleen 


do 5 


36 


J ohn Carr 


do 5 


27 


70 Hachaliah Brundige 


April 1 8 


17 


Christopher Warren 


Mar 28 


17 


George Watson 


do 22 


3O 


John Chandler 


do 22 


29 


James Blaud 


do 24 


26 


75 Marthew Hutson 


do 22 


23 


William Tocker 


April 28 


16 


James Bilinton 


March 31 


17 


Nathan Weed 


April i 


26 


Samuel Finch 


May i 


35 


80 Jonathan Leader 


do <; 


18 


Samuel Bouton 


Mar 27 


23 


Ebenezer Brooks 


Apr 2; 


28 


John Tharps 


do 28 


17 


Joseph Silsbe 


Mar 27 


16 


85 Silos Canfield 


Apr 8 


18 


Thomas Wayls 


Mar 27 


16 


Daniel Osborn 


do 27 


18 


Barrick Nichollson 


Apr 16 


16 


Ebenezer Nortrup . 


Mav 6 


20 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 327 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company 
of the Militia. 


Stat- 
ure. 


Long Isl d 


Cordwinder 


Capt Purdy 


5 4 


Rye . 


Labourer 


do 


5 3 


do 


do 


do 


5 10 


do 


do 


do 


5 5 


Long Island . 


Saylor 


do 


5 8 


Inland 


Waver 


do 


5 5 


Rye . 


Labourer 


do ... 


5 6 


Albeney 


do 


do 


5 10 


Irland 


do 


do 


5 10 


Tarsey . 


do 


Capt Tredwell . . . 


5 8 


Irland 


do 


Capt Griffen . . 


5 3 


do 


do 


do 


5 "> 


Phillipse Burrow. 


do 


do 


5 6 


Scarsdeal 


do 


do 


5 7 


Ingland 


do 


do 


5 6 


Road Island 


do 


Capt Lobdel 


5 6 


Long Island 


do 


Capt Seccord .... 


5 7 


Ingland 


Black Smith 


do 


5 1 


New Rochelle . . 


Cordwinder 


do 


5 2 


Conn t- 


Paynter 


do 


5 6 


Ingland 


Hedsrer . 


do 


5 2 


Scotland 


Waver 


do 


5 6 


Irland 


do 


do 


5 6 


Rye 


Labourer 


Left Purdy 


< c 


* j * 
Rye . 


do 


do 


C 7 


Irland 


do 


do 


5 8 


Ingfland . 


do 


do 


c c 


o 

Irland 


do 


do 


5 7 


Ingland 


do 


do 


"> 4 


North Castle .... 


do 


Capt. Lyon 


5 o 


Jarsey 


Cordwinder 


do 


"5 7 


Connect 4 ' 


do 


Capt Wallace .... 


6 o 


do . .. 


Labourer 


do 


$ 10 


do 


do 


do 


c 7 


do 


Waver 


do 


^ 7 


do ... 


do 


do ... 


c 1 1 


do 


Cordwinder . 


do 


c 6 


New York 


Labourer 


do 


5 8 


do .... 


Carpenter 


do 


5 7 


do 


Labourer 


do 


$ 7 


do 


do 


do 


*> 7 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


<; 6 


do 


do 


do 


6 i 



328 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


oo James Sands 


Apr 12 


3O 


Daniel Bouten 


May 1 * 


16 


Abraham Jonson 


do n 


30 


John Uter 


do 14 


37 


Jonus Numan 


do 14 


18 


Jacub Miler 


April 26 


24 









this Muster Role Made by me this 15 th of Maye 1760. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 

PANV, MAY 

James Howel, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Where Born. 


^Gilbert Veil 


March 28 


21 


Long Isleand 


John Gardiner 


April 26 


18 


Westchester Co. . 


John Kennon 


Mar 28 


22 


England . ... 


James Finch 


do 31 


19 


Orange Co 


David Rogers. . 


April 4 


21 


Ulster Co 


Philip King 


March 28 


4Q 


Germany 


Samuel Baily 


Apr. 26 


*+y 
21 


Long Isleand 


William Robinson 


do 28 


23 


do 


Daniel Skepmor 


do 10 


2Q 


do 


IO Solomon Miller 


March 4 


y 

IQ 


Goshen . . . 


fjohnathan Colburn . .. 


Apr 5 


21 


Jersey . . 


fAmos Monro 


do 9 


27 


New England 


John Decker 


Mar 29 


*/ 

2O 


Orange Co 


John Campbell . 


do 20 


IQ 


Ireland . . . 


George Boshannan . 


do 29 


7 
17 


Goshen . 


Gamaliel Trusdel .... 


do 29 


IQ 


VVestch ester Co 


George Knap. . 


do 29 


l y 
IQ 


Goshen 


Cornelius Holdron 


do 2Q 


y 
20 


do 


Richard Rose 


"y 

do 29 


47 


Dublin. 


20 Jacob Decker. . 


do 29 


*T/ 

IQ 


Menysink 


Peter Stagg . . 


Apr. c 


*y 

24 


Pumptown 


John Bearshanks. . . 


do 10 


IQ 


Germany . 



* Deserted, f Both condemned to be hanged for deserting. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 



Where born. 


Trade. 




Out of what Company 
of the Militia. 


Stat- 
ure. 


Lono* Island 


Labourer .... 


Capt Gilb Drake 


c 7 


Conn t- 


do 


Capt Crane 


j / 
e A 


Ireland . ... . . 


do 


do 


I 6 


Conn t- 


Doctur 


Capt Holmes 


c 7 


do 


Labourer 


do 


j / 

c c 


Bedford 


do 


do 


J J 

c 8 








j 



pr Me JOHN THOMAS, Muster Master 
for the County of West Chester 
the number being 98. 



THE COUNTY OF ORANGE FOR CAPTAIN HOWEL'S COM- 
19, 1760. 

Alexander Johnston, ,) T . 

AU i T^U r Lieutenants. 

Abraham Thew, j 



Trade. 


Out of what Company 
of the Militia. 


Stature. 


Description of the Men's 
Persons. 


Weaver 


Capt Bradner . . . 


5 9 1 A 


Fair haired blew eyes 




Labourer . . . 


do 


5 7% 


do do 


do 


do 


5 6 


do do 


do 


do 


5 7X 


do do 


Blacksmith .. 


do 


5 814 


do do 


Labourer . . . 


do 


5 7 


Brown hair grey eyes 


Carpenter . . . 


do 


6 i# 


Fair hair do 


Weaver 


Capt Bull 


=; a. 1 / 


Brown hair do 


Seaman 


do 


j T- /- 
c c y, 


j Black curled hair 






j j /* 


( grey eyes 


Farmer 


Capt Dekey .... 


5 2^ 


Brown hair grey eyes 


Blacksmith . . 


do 


5 7^ 


do blew eyes 


Carpenter . . . 


do 


5 9 


do do 


Labourer . . . 


do 


5 8 


do do 


Cordwainer. . 


do 


5 5^ 


Fair hair do 


Labourer . . . 


do 


5 3 


do do 


do 


do 


5 5^ 


do do 


do 


do 


5 9 


do do 


do 


do 


5 7 


do do 


Woll Coamer 


Capt Bull 


C 2 1// 


Black hair do 


Labourer . . . 


Capt Dekey .... 


j /4- 


do do 


do 


do 


5 634 


Fair hair do 


do 


Capt Marvin .... 


5 2^ 


do do 



33 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of A 
Inlistment. b 


Where born. 


Charles M c Allister 


Apr. 
do 

do 

May 
Apr 
do 
do 
Mar 
Apr. 
Mai- 
Apr 

do 

do 
Mar 

Apr 
Mar 
Apr 
do 
Mar 

Apr 

do 
Mar 

Apr. 
do 

Mar 

do 
do 

Apr. 
do 
do 
do 


25 
28 

28 

19 

7 
7 
5 

?5 
27 

18 
18 

10 

27 

3 
29 
18 

3 
27 

3 

3 
27 

23 

25 

28 
28 

22 
IO 

28 
28 

30 


19 
19 

28 

26 

19 
17 

21 
21 
22 
22 
30 

22 

18 

17 
2O 

19 
20 

23 

34 

21 

2O 
20 

20 
22 

26 

23 
20 

19 
29 
17 
29 


Orange Co 


Edward Serjeant 


New England.. . . 
Ireland 


John Postley 


John Wilson 


do 


Josiah Jepule 


Long Isleand . . . 
Orange Co 


David Reyner.. . . . 


John M c lntosh .... 


Scotland 


30 Reuben Tucker 


Long Isleand. . . . 
Rode Isleand. . . . 
Goshen 


Elliphas Gaven 


John Sutton 


Hendrick Mire. 


Germany 


Jeremiah II aw ley 


Goshen 


John Simpson 


New Castle Co . . 
Goshen 


Abraham Carpenter. . . . 
Jacob King . 


do 


William Kirk 


do 


Peter Smith 


Albany Co ..... 


40 Joseph Baily 


Goshen 


Richard Connely 


Ireland 


Thomas Wright . 


Goshen 


James MKain . 


Tersev 


Lyon Gardiner 


J * 3V V 

Long Isleand. . . . 
Goshen 


Soloman Carpenter .... 
William Thompson .... 


Philadelphia 
Goshen 


Peter Arnout 


Isaac Brook 


East Jersey . . . 


Thomas Owens . .... 


England 


50 Julius Smith 


& 

Long Isleand. . . . 
Ulster Co 


Tobias Weygant 


Moses Cuningham 


New England . . . 
lersev 


James Fisher 




j \,t a^jr 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 760. 



331 



Trade. 


Out of what Company 
of the Militia. 


Stature. 


Description of the Men's 
Persons. 


Labourer . . . 


Capt. Marvin .... 


5 S 3 A 


Brown hair Grey Eyes 


Carpenter. . . 


do 


5 ii 


do do do do 


Farmer 


do 


C 4.3/ 


j fair curled hair Grey 






j Tv4 


1 Eyes 


do 


Capt Bull ... . 


e 6 


Black hair Grey Eyes 






j w 




do 


Capt Marvin .... 


c c 


Mulatto 






j j 




do 


do 




do 


do 


do 


e A i/ 


Brown hair well sett 


Cordwainer.. 


Capt Bull 


J T" / " 


do do do do 


Farmer 


do 


5 8 


do do do do 


Cordwainer. . 


Capt Wisener . . 


5 814; 


Fair hair do do 


Farmer 


do 


C A I/ 


do do do do 






J T'/4 




Cordwainer . 


do 


C Q 1 / 


i short black hair 






J y /4 


( well sett 


Labourer . . . 


do 


5 ;X 


fair hair well sett 


Taylor 


do 


C C 3/ 


do do do 






J J 7 4 




Weaver 


do 


5 8J^ 


j Dark brown hair 








( well sett 


Labourer . . . 


do 


5 4K 


Brown hair blew eyes 


Carpenter . . . 


do 


5 4# 


j short brown hair 
( blew eyes 


Labourer . . . 


do 


6 # 


fair hair Grey Eyes 








j short brown hair 


do 


do 


5 iX 


1 .Grey Eyes 


Forgeman . . 


do 


5 ii 


j short brown hair 
( Grey Eyes 


Labourer . . . 


do 


5 8/^ 


fair hair Grey Eyes 


Blacksmith . . 


do 


6 ^ 


do do do 


Labourer . . . 


Capt Jas Smith. . 


6 i 


j short fair hair Grey 
j Eyes 


Taylor 


do 


S Q 1 / 


\ short brown hair 






j V / 2 


\ Grey Eyes 


Labourer . . . 


do 


c 7^ 


j short fair hair Grey 






J / /T 


) Eyes 


do 


do 


5 3K 


Black hair Grey Eyes 


do 


do 


5 8^ 


fair hair do 


do 


Capt Thos Smith 


5 6 


j short brown hair 
( Grey Eyes 


Ho 


rln 


8 i/ 


j short curled brown 


UL> . . . 


(JO 


5 0/4 


{ hair Grey Eyes 


j 


1 




< short brown hair 


do 


GO 


c c 


j 






3 ;> 


\ Grey Eyes 


do 


do 


r 7 3/ 


j fair complexion 






;) J74 


( Grey Eyes 



332 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


S 

E 
I 
S 
\ 

\ 

60 J 

MEN 
i 

70 - 

80 J 

I 

J 
I 




Apr. 

May 
do 
do 

do 
Mar 

do 
do 

do 
do 

do 

do 
Apr 
do 
do 
do 
do 

March 
do 

do 

April 
Mar. 
April 
Mar. 
do 
April 
Mar 

do 
April 


28 
20 

20 

2O 

2O 
2 4 

24 
2 9 

2 9 
2 9 

31 

3' 
3 

3 
3 
M 

24 

30 
27 

25 

19 

24 

i 
24 

20 

3 
28 

28 

i 


18 

19 
17 
19 
21 

23 

39 
'9 

30 
33 

30 

32 
29 
24 

22 
2 9 

19 
4 8 

25 

32 

19 

32 

43 

21 
24 
26 
20 

2O 

21 


Goshen 


arney Manuey 


Long Island 
do 
do 

East Jersey . 


saiah Smith 


amuel Smith 


William Owen 


V^illiam Ayers 


ohannis Koole 


do 


INUSTF.U OUT OF COL. ABRA- 
IAM HARINGS REGIMENT. 

Francis Mattyie 


Long Island. . 


John MattyieValentine 
Jacob Whitman 


Tappan 


Germany 


Edward Meason 


Ireland 


Paul us Berry 


j Pumpton in ) 
( y e Jerseys f 
Germany 


Andreas Shoes . ... 


Arthur Johnston 


Ireland 


John Ledruk 


do 


Nicholas Manuel . . . 


East Jersey 


Samuel Quack 


Long Island 


iCf 

Thomas Wen .... 


New York 


Phredrick Teech 


Germany 


Abraham Rennet 
Edward Burney 


lersev . 


Wales 


Simon Hayes . . 


New York 


Nathanael Layfargey. 
John Steel 


East Jersey 


Ireland 


James Stewart 


Scotland 


_ Roeloff Vanhauta. . . . 
ohn Pearson 


Tappan 


East Jersey ... . 
Germany 


Jrian Perry 


ohn M c Donnell 
lobert Duffy.. 


Scotland 


do 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 333 



Trade. 


Out of what Company 
of the Militia. 


Stature. 


Description of the Men's 
Persons. 


Labourer . . . 

Cordwainer . 
Weaver 


Capt Bull 


5 $K 

5 6 
5 6 

5 4^ 

5 9% 

5 7 3 A 

5 4tt 
5 9% 

5 3X 
5 5X 

6 y 2 

5 10 

5 23/ 4 

5 i 
5 6 
5 8 

5 3X 

5 7 
5 4 

5 7 

5 5^ 
5 "# 
5 2 
5 2% 
S 6/ 3 

5 4 1 A 
5 4 

5 2 
; 8 1 / 


j fair complexion 
j Grey Eyes 

j Dark brown hair 
( Grey Eyes 
Brown hair Grey Eyes 
j Dark brown hair 
1 Grey Eyes 
j Dark brown hair 
j Grey Eyes 
j short fair hair Grey 
{ Eyes 

Free Negro 
j Dark brown hair 
j Grey Eyes 
Black hair Grey Eyes 
Brown hair do 
j short fair hair Grey 
( Eyes 
Black hair Grey Eyes 
Brown hair do 
Brown & Grey hair 
Mullato 
Free Negro 
Brown hair 
| Brown hair pock 
( marked 
j Brown hair slender 
{ visage 
j short fair hair wears 
( a vvigg 
fair hair 
Brown hair 
fair Hair 
do do 
short do do 
short Black hair 
Brown hair 
(fair hair pock 
{ marked 
short fair hair 


Capt Marvin .... 
do 
do 

do 
Capt Harring. . . . 

do 
do 

do 
do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
Capt Smith 


Taylor 


Sadler 


Labourer . . . 

Cordwainer . 
Labourer . . . 
Sawyer 


Labourer . . . 
Cordwainer . 

do 
Weaver 


Taylor 


Weaver 


Labourer . . . 
Blacksmith. . 

Labourer . . . 
do 

Surgeon .... 

Cordwainer . 
Weaver 


do 


do 


Carpenter . . . 
Blacksmith. . 
Labourer . . . 
do 
do 

do 
do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



334 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


John DC Fries 


Mar 24 
April 9 

Mar 24 

May 19 
Mar 29 
do 29 

do 29 

do 29 

do 25 
do 29 
do 29 
do 29 

Apr 7 

Mar 26 

do 26 
do 26 
do 26 
do 26 
do 26 
do 26 

April 3 

do 3 
March 26 
do 24 
do 24 
April 3 
do 3 
do 6 
do 14 
do 14 
March 26 
April 1 8 
do 3 
do 1 1 
do 1 1 
do II 
do i 


25 
36 

39 

54 
17 
37 

25 

24 
18 

21 

23 
21 

20 

IS 

22 
25 
19 

18 

19 
18 

20 

27 
20 

45 
47 
5i 
18 
40 
18 
50 

20 
20 
24 
25 

*9 

21 
10 


Tappan 


Henry Sniffin . . . 


Rye . 


F ra n s S m i t h 


Tappan 


William Ransey 


Ireland 


John Seely 


Bedford 


David Babcock 


Newark 


QO Samuel Babcock 


TaDoan . 


John M c Donnell 


Scotland 


Richard Hu"hs 


England . 


Isaac Halstead 


o 

Orange Co 


Abraham Garison 


Long Island 


John Houser 


do 


James Jennings. 


j E. Jersey i 
\ Woodbridge \ 
J Cakiate in [ 
\ Orange Co. i 
Germany 


John Halstead 


Johannis Weber 


William Cherry . 


England 


100 Will 1 "- Loundsberry . . . 
Theodoras Snedekar . . 
John De Jersey . . . 


Westchester 


Orange Co 


do 


Peter Keslar 


do .... 


Fredrick Penter 


Germany 


Leonard Isseman 


do 


Adam Trout 


Orange Co 


John Taylor 


Elizabeth Town . 
Conn. 


Thomas Kelly . . . 


Ari King . 


New York 


110 Cunerate Graverstile . . 
William Lewis 


Phillips Manner . 
Ireland 


Ezekiel Miller 


Orange Co 


Abi m - Ackerman 


York Island 


James Kelly 


New England . . . 
Long Island 


James Paul 


Peter van Blarcum .... 
David Williams 


Terseys . 


Lon" Island 


Benjamin Yeomans . . . 
Jeremiah Yeomans. . . . 
120 Israel fames. . 


Highl ds OrangeCo. 
do 
Haverstraw . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 760. 



335 



Trade. 


Out of what Company 
of the Militia. 


Stature. 


Description of the Men's 
Persons. 


Labourer . . . 


Capt Smith 


C 43/ 


Indian 


do 


do 


C C3/ 


Black hair 


do 


do 


5 4# 


\ Free Negro pock 


Taylor 


Capt Underdunk 


e 8 


( marked 
Brown hair 


Labourer . . . 


Capt Coe 


j u 
$ 8^ 


Brownish hair 


do 


do 


5 8s/ 


Black hair 


do 


do .... 


6 s/ 


j Brown hair pock 


Blacksmith. . 


do 


5 6K 


( marked 
\ Black hair pock 


Labourer . . . 


do 


C 2 3/ 


( marked 
Brown hair 


do 


do 


5 6 


Black hair 


do 


do 


5 6%: 


short brown hair 


Weaver 


do 


5 2K 


Fair hair 


Toyrter . . 


do 


e -2 


short black hair 


Carpenter. . . 
Taylor 


Joh s- Snedeker. . . 
do 


j j 

5 4 
5 i 


Brown hair 
fair hair 


Cordwainer . 
Labourer . . . 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 
Weaver 


do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 
do 


5 * 3 /4 

5 4 3 A 
5 10 

5 3 

5 6% 

5 3 3 X 

5 2^ 
S tiV" 


Black hair 
fair hair 
fair hair & complexion 
Brown hair 
fair hair 
j Brown hair pock 
( marked 
Dark brown hair 
Black hair 


Labourer . . . 
Cordwainer . 
Carpenter. . . 
Labourer . . . 
do 
do 
Weaver 


Capt Underdunk. 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Capt Snedekar 


j j /" 
5 u^ 
5 & 

S 4 3 /4 
5 4^ 
5 4^ 
5 9 3 A 
; 6 


do do 
do do 
fair hair 
Brown hair 
short black hair 
do do do 
Brown hair 


Cordwainer . 
Farmer 


do 
Capt Osburn 


j w 
5 6 

n *% 


do do 
Black hair 


do 


do 


J J /T- 

e 7 


Brown short hair 


do 


do 


j / 
c in 


do do do 


do 


do 


j lw 

C C 3/ 


fair hair 


do 


do 


? 7 


Dark brown short hair 


do 


do 


j / 

; 7 


Brown curled hair 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Henry Cooper April 20 17 

Peter Blakeway do 28. 19 



Day of 
Inlistment. 



Age. 



Where born. 



Orange Co. 
England . 



The two following men are not in the Muster Roll I returned 

William Bole May 24 45 Ireland 

John Pattee j do 23 46 ,East Jersey 

Number of men officers Included \ May the 22, 1760. 
one hundred and twenty-five ) Pursuant to An Order from 
Commander in Chief of the Province of New York &c 
out of the County of Orange Whose Names are Con- 
Effective men fit for his Majesties Service. 
The above Roll officers included contains 125 men two 
The Quota to be Raised out of Orange County 130 of 
with the two Lieuts. Col. Tustin ought to Raise the Rest. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED 

, Captain. 



AND PASS'D IN 
COMPANY, 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Day of 
Inlistment. 



Age. 



Richard Weblo J une 7 39 

Joseph Rogers ! do 6 35 

Phillip Mooney I do 7 35 

George Booth do 7 45 

John Laport April 17 21 

Christian Smith May 6 40 

Jn- Gashkile Shasbrick June 7 47 

*Cha s - Williams | do 7 20 

Will" 1 Thane ! do 7 40 

Michael Croos ! do 7 1 9 

Samuel Moore I do 8 31 

Timothy Hodges do 8 25 

Joshua Coles i do 9 2O 

John Mitchell do 9 25 

John Odle do 9 22 

Gilbert Weeks i do 9 20 

W m - Hughson ' do 9 17 

John Huff (?) i do 9 20 

Caleb Lounsbury , May 28 18 

Amos Hallstead June 9 35 

Will 1 " Bennet do 9 45 

* Deserted. 

This is to Certify that the above 19 Volunteers and 2 
me June 9 th 1760. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 337 



Trade. 


Out of what Company 
of the Militia. 


Stature. 


Description of the Men's 
Persons. 


Farmer 


Capt Osburn .... 


C A*/ 


Black curled hair 


Sailor . 


do 


^ R V* 


fair hair 



to the Governour being mustered after I had made my return 



Labourer 
Farmer 



Capt Bull 
do 



5 3M 



Black curled hair 
Black hair 



the Honorable James Delancey Esq r - Lieut. Governour and 
I have Mustered the men Raised for his Majesties Service 
tained in this Muster Roll and Believe they are Able Bodied 

CHAR. CLINTON. 

men who were afterwards mustered makes 127. 
which Col. Abraham Harings Regiment's Quota is 65 men 



THE COUNTY OF WEST CHESTER FOR CAPTAIN 
APRIL 1760. ^ Lieutenants. 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company 
of the Militia. 


Stature. 


Staten Island 


Labourer 


Capt Lyons .... 


C Q 


Old England 


do 


Capt Hattfield. . 


C C 


Long Island 


do 


Capt Lobdell . . . 


5 8 


New York 


Wheelrifrht 


Capt Rogers 




Geneva 


o 

Weaver 


Capt Vermilliea. 


$ 4 


Hamburgh 


Sweep Chimney 


do 


5 4 


Lanchashire O. E. 


Pavor 


do 


5 8 


Stanford 


Labourer 


Capt Lockwood. 


c 6 1 A 


New Rochell 


do 


Capt Hyatt 


6 o 


Germany 


do 


Capt Amory .... 




Ireland 


Schoolmaster 


Capt Miller 


- C I/ 


Newhaven 


Labourer 


Capt Lockwood 


c 7 


Cape Codd 


do 


Capt Ro CT ers 


j / 

C A 


Es\v d - of Boston . . 


Ship Carpenter. 


Capt Drake 


C II 


Phillips Manor . . . 


Labo r 


Capt Underhill 


c 7 


New England . 


do 


Capt Rogers .... 


c 4 


O 

Manor Court Land 


Weaver 


Capt Tallier . . . 


c c 


do 


Lab r - 


do 


c 4. 


Rye . 


do 


( in Room of a detached ) 


C A 


Oysterbay 


Husbandman 


( man mustered before. ) 

Capt Hyatt 


j *r 

6 


Manor Courtland . 


do 


Capt Rogers .... 


5 3 



Detached Men have passed Muster for the above County by 
22 MICH. THODEY, Muster Master. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF AN ADDITIONAL COMPANY RAISED 
AGAINST CANADA IN THE YEAR 1760 UNDER 



MEN'S NAMES. 



When 
Inlisted. 



Age. 



1760 

Jerry Sullivan, Serg 1 April 28 36 

Richard Joyce do do 28 24 

Edward Sparks do 29 22 

Samuel Hanson May 5 27 

5 John Moyster do 5 18 

John Van Zandt do 8 20 

James M c Coy do 9 26 

Michael White i do 1 1 48 

Simon Cramer I do 12 26 

10 Matthew Murphy do 12 26 

Christopher Brewer do 13 40 

Lewis Barrow do 12 20 

John Joseph do 14 26 

Nicholas Calvee do 14 24 

15 Joseph Peter do 1 5 22 

Francis Barton do 15 23 

Joseph Baddely do 16 21 

Thomas M c MulIen do 16 30 

Moses Harley do 16 27 

20 John Quinland j do 17 34 

Alexander Morison do 17 26 

Joseph Flore do 1 8 31 

Michael Price do 19 30 

Henry Harish '. do 19 40 

25 Thomas Neal do 20 30 

John Purdis do 21 26 

W m - Turner i do 22 50 

James Thompson do 23 26 

Thomas Portel J do 23 22 

30 W m Cumbeford ' do 24 50 

Patrick M c Castlin ! do 24 27 

John Candy ! do 26 42 

Hendrick Vessells do 26 30 

Augustinus Adelphis do 26 24 

35 Joseph Franco do 26 23 

John Asobodo I do 26 25 

John Murphy j do 29 29 

John Holland June 2 17 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 339 



BY THE PROVINCE OF NEW YORK FOR THE EXPEDITION 
THE COMMAND OF CAPT. FRANCIS THODEY. 



Country. 


Trade. 


Height. 


Cork in Ireland 


Scrivinier 


v. 


Dublin.. 


Clother 




Virginia 


Cooper 


C Q 


Old England 


Taylor 


C C 


Scotland . . 


Seaman 


c c 


Long Island 


Shoemaker 




Ireland 


Callendar 


5 6 


do 


Labourer 


"5 6 


Northwitch Conn t- . . . 


Seaman 




Dublin 


White Smith 


c c 


Old England 


Tallow Chandler . 


=; 8^ 


Germany 


Labourer 


j w /4 

5 2 


do 


Shoemaker 


^ 7 


do 


Labourer 


C T. 


do 


Carpenter 


5 6 


do 


Weaver 




Old England 


Black Smith 


6 2/ 2 


Ireland 


Clothier 




Roxberry N. England . . 


Wheel Wright . 


^ Q y 


Ireland 


o 

Barber 


5 QI/ 


Bamshire Scotland 


Seaman 


C 7^4 


Portagal 


Callico Weaver 


c 7 


Dublin 


Carpentar 


; 8 


Germany 


Pedler 


5 2 


Ireland 


Sailor 


c c 


Germany 


Woolen Weaver 


"? 7 


Old England 


Seaman 




Dublin 


Potterer 


^ Q 1 A 


do 


Weaver 


C C 


S' Carolina 


do 


c 7^ 


Ireland 


Labourer 


c 6 


Old England 


Cooper 


^ o 


Holland 


Seaman 


j y 

c 7 


New Spain 


do 




Portagal 


do 


c 6 


New Spain 


do 


c c 


Ireland 


do 


c 6 


Lone Island. . 


do 


t 8 



340 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


When 
Inlisted. 


Age. 


David Paxton 


1760 

June 2 


49 


4.0 James Jennings . 


do \ 


29 


Isaac Doughty . 


do T, 


20 


Lewis Bastian 


do 4 


25 


James Bland 


do 4. 


30 


Thomas Smith . 


do 4 


22 


45 Joseph Elback 


do 4 


28 


Henry Russell 


do 4 


IQ 


Thomas Normant 


do 4 


27 


W m Forbes 


do 5 


18 


John Swain 


do 8 


25 


50 Edward Rennet . . 


do 8 


26 


W m Harrison 


do 8 


22 


Joshua Ralph 


do 8 


22 


Francis Fox 


do 8 


43 


W m Carter 


do 8 


21 


;t; Tohn Atkinson . 


do 8 


22 


J J J 

Jas. Donaldson 


do 9 


16 


Venture Joseph 


do Q 


26 


George Price 


y 
do Q 


27 


Edward Nickolson 


do 10 


27 


60 Albert Egeles 


do 10 


T.T. 


William M c Carthy 


do ii 


T.Q 


Samuel Scofield 


do 1 1 


18 


William Green 


do 1 1 


27 


Lewis Ruderego 


do II 


23 


65 Daniel M c Namara 


do 12 


26 


Andrew Charles 


do 12 


7Q 


John Gullery 


do 12 


32 


Williarri Jones 


do 1 2 


23 


John Low 




^ j 


70 John Man 













I have Mustered the 70 Men named in the above Roll 
New York June 13 th 1760. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1760. 34! 



Country. 


Trade. 


Height. 


Ireland .... 


Weaver 


"> 1& 


Philadelphia 


Shoemaker 


5 8^ 


Long Island 


Carpentar 


5 % 1 A 


Italy 


Seaman 


c 4 


Dublin 


do 


c c 


London ... 


do 




Old England 


do 


5 6 


do 


do 


5 4 


Virginia ... 


Ship Carpentar 




Scotland .... 


Seaman 


c 5 


Ireland . . 


do 




do 


Pewterer 




N En CT land 


Seaman 




do 


do 




Durham England 


do 




do 


do 




do 


do 




Scotland .... 


Labourer 




Porta^al . . 


Seaman 




England 


do 




Ireland . . 


Farmer 




Noraway 


Sailor 




Ireland 


do 




do 


Labourer 




England 


Sailor 




Portagal 


do 




Ireland ... 


do 




do 


Taylor 




do 


Seaman 




Old England 


do 




Pensylvania 


Clothier 




Scotland 


Seaman 











and passed them as Able Bodied Men fitt for service etc. 

BEV. ROBINSON. 



342 MUSTER ROLLS OF 

A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN BARNABY BYRN'S COMPANY 



NAMES. 


Date of 
Enlistment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


Barnaby Byrn, Capt. . . 
Patrick Welsh, Lieut. . 
Henry Dawson Lieut. . 

i Robert Roberts 


April 7 
do 7 
do 7 

do 7 


2; 


Antigua 


William M c Dermot 


do 7 


24 


Ireland 


Thomas Pcnder cT ast 


do 7 


T.I 


do 


James Burns . . . 


do 7 


21 


America 


5 John \Vood .... 


do 7 


\2 


England 


Francis Duffy . . 


do 7 


24 


Ireland 


John Dunphy 


do 7 


28 


do 


Christopher Aamcrman 


do 7 


\ I 


Prussia 


Charles Murry 


do 7 


J * 
T.A 


Ireland 


10 Paul Castle 


do 7 


27 


England 


Daniel Ward 


do 7 


2O 


Ireland 


\Villiam Emery 


do 7 


2\ 


England 


James Glin 


do 


27 


Ireland 


Solomon Ty^ert 


do 7 


M 


do 


15 James Marston 


do 7 


20 


America 


House Fisher. 


do 7 


2O 


Englarid 


John Hays 


April 8 


\6 


O 

Ireland 


Henry Thute 


do 8 


40 


England . 


David llerbart 


do 8 


46 


fy 

Ireland 


o Andrew Toat 


do 8 


IQ 


America 


Charles Dunstal 


do 8 


1 J 
32 


England 


William Smith 


do 8 


T.Q 


Ireland 


John Wallace . 


do 8 


2O 


do 


James Kearns 


do 8 


4O 


do 


25 John Keam 


do 8 


6; 


do 


Richard Rea . . 


do 8 


W D 

IQ 


do 


William Reynolds 


do 8 


*y 
24 


do 


Thomas Connick. . . . 


April 8 


28 


do 


Henry O'Bryan 


do 9 


2\ 


do 


30 George Nublogh 


do 9 


CO 


Germany 


Absalom Baker . . 


do 9 


^6 


England , 


James Coul 


do 9 


j w 

jn 


o 

Ireland 


John Flin 


do 9 


j^ 

;8 


do 


Burger Price 


do 9 


j 
26 


Germany . . . . 


35 Richard Benton 


do 9 


C2 


England 


Thomas Meeks . 


Aor 10 


j^ 

T.O 


do 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 343 
IN THE FIRST NEW YORK REGIMENT APRIL 7, 1761. 



Trade. 


Militia Company. 


Stature. 


Complexion. 


Gentleman 




F. I. 

5 8 


Brown 


Laborer 




5 ii 

c 7^ 


fair 
do 


Baker 




5 7 


do 


Mariner 




c *jV, 


Svvarth 


Lab r 




c 4 }/ 


Fair 


do 




$ $/ 


Pale 


do 




c 6 1 A 


fair 


Mariner 




5 $'% 


Brown 


do 




j j ' . 

$ 872 


do 


do 




5 6 


Fair 


do 




"> 6 1 / 


do 


do 




C Ql/ 


do 


Weaver 




J V/4 
4 2^4 


Brown 


Shipwright 




C C 


Swarthy 


Mariner 




^ 4 1 /? 


Brown 


Laborer 




"> 7 1 / 


do 


Barber 




j / 74 
^ 4 1 / 


Fair 


Taylor 




" 8 


do 


Cooper 




c 414 


do 


Vintner 




J T-/2 

5 2 1 / 


Brown 


Staymaker 




-> 74 
^ 7 


do 


Labr 




C giZ 


Black 


Weaver 




c; 4 1 / 


Ruddy 


Laborer 




J T-/4 

"; 6 


Fair 


Mariner 




; s 1 / 


do 


Labourer 




-> J 74 

c 6 


Dark 


Sawyer 




c 1 1 


Brown 


Ropemaker 




4. 6 


Fair 


Labr 




c 7 1// 


do 


Baker 




J / /2 

t; 6^ 


Ruddy 


Labr 




; 8 


Brown 


do 




e 4 


Fair 


Glassmaker 




j "4- 

c 4 


do 


Doctor 




^ Q 


do 


Whitesmith . 




j y 

; 4 Z % 


Brown 



344 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



NAMES. 


Date of 
Enlistment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


Lewis Hugoe 


Apr 10 


18 


Switzerland . . . 


George Chapman 


do 10 


IQ 


England . 


Peter Donnellv 


do 10 


26 


Ireland 


40 John Markly 


do 10 


34 


Germany 


William Moss 


do 10 


21 


England . 


Peter Defanvie 


do 10 


IQ 


France 


John Combe 


do 10 


18 


England 


John Brannon . 


do 10 


4O 


Ireland 


45 David Bremmer 


April 


26 


Germany 


Patrick Connelly 


do 


2O 


Ireland 


Dennis Mulholland 


do 


1C 


do 


Georjze Kennick . 


do 


25 


Germany 


Georjje Hicks. . 


do 


45 


England . 


o 

50 William Hoofmast .... 


do 


25 


O 

Germany 


Jacob Fox 


do 


21 


Philadelphia. .. 


Philip Levy ... 


April 12 


27 


Hanover 


Edward Hawkins . . . 


do 12 


24 


England 


Edward Mather . 


April I 3 


42 


Ireland 


o 

55 Peter Champinan 
James Mackey 


do 13 
do 1 3 


22 
2O 


Switzerland . . . 
Ireland 


William Portis . . 


do 1 3 


5O 


England 


John Slegal 


do i T> 


26 


Genoa 


James Brown 


do 13 


28 


West Indies . . . 


60 Joseph Atkins 


do 1 3 


2O 


America 


Edward Chambers .... 


do 1 3 


38 


Wales 


John Bernard 


do 1 3 


38 


Germany 


Roderick M c Kenzie.. . . 


do 14 


4O 


Scotland 


Archibald Brown 


do 14 


2O 


do 


65 Jeremiah Sullivan 


April 14 


4O 


Ireland 


John German 


do 14 


2O 


Holland 


Thomas Crockford .... 


14 


28 


Ireland 


Lewis Crosie 


do 15 


42 


Switz ... 


John Brooks 


do 15 


4.2 


England . . . 


70 Cornelius Duggon. 


do 15 


2Q 


Ireland 


Henry Mackey . 


do 15 


*y 

T.Q 


Ireland 


John Carney 


do 16 


25 


England .... 


John Glasby. . 


do 16 


42 


Ireland . . . 


Patrick Moore 


do 16 


2C 


do 


75 James Shehan, Sen. . 


do 17 


*3 

36 


do 


John M c Keane. . . . 


do 17 


34. 


N Foundland. 


Allen M c Donald 


do 17 


JT- 

IQ 


Ireland 


James Shehan Jr . . 


do 18 


' V 
34. 


Ireland . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 345 



Trade. 


Militia Company. 


Stature. 


Complexion. 


Shoemaker 




F. I. 

5 7/^ 


Swarthy 


Mariner 




j I/* 

"> V/i 


Brown 


Shoemaker 




S 5/i 


Fair 


Labr 




C. A 


do 


Mariner 




5 3 


Brown 


Labr 




5 7 


do 


Mariner 




"5 1^2 


Fair 


Labr 




5 8^ 


Brown 


Barber 




c 4 


Dark 


Labr 




5 i 


Brown 


Mason 




5 8 


do 


Labr 




5 774 


Fair 


Black Smith 




c T.y, 


Brown 


Fidler 




^ o 


Fair 


Cooper 




5 7 


Brown 


Labr 




6 o 


Dark 


Barber 




C 


Fair 


Carpenter 




5 8 


Dark 


Labr 




5 I0 


Fair 


Cooper 




5 5^ 


Dark 


Labr 




5 10 


Fair 


Carpentr 




5 8^ 


Brown 


Labr 




"5 ii 


Brown 


Cooper 




c c 


Swarthy 


Mariner 




; 1054 


Brown 


Baker 




S 8^ 


do 


Labr 




i; 2^ 


do 


do 




5 6 


Fair 


do 




5 6^ 




Baker 




J /4 

"j ^v*. 




Barber 




t; 2^4 




Shoemaker 




c c 




Mariner 




^ ^ 




Baker 




"> 2 




Mariner 




i; 3 




Butcher 




c 4 




Carpenter 




"> Q 




Cooper 




c 4 1/ 




Butcher 




5 6 




Mariner 




C 73/ 




Labr 




j / 74 
C C^/ 




Millwright . 




; t; 1 /^ 





346 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



NAMES. 


Date of 
Enlistment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


Samuel Kelly 


April 1 8 


21 


England 


80 Nicholas O'Bryan 


do 18 


T.Q 


Ireland 


Michael Morris 


do 18 


3^ 


do 


Nicholas Manger. . 


do 1 8 


30 


Switzer ..... . 


o 

Jacob Miller 


do 20 


24 


Germany 


Thomas Berry . 


do 20 


4.7 


Switzer 


85 William Hellan 


do 20 


10 


Ireland 


George Crist 


do 21 


44 


Germany 


Arthur Gamble 


do 21 


2O 


Ireland 


88 John Bently 


do 21 


2S 


Limerick 


John Webb 


do 21 


26 


England 


90 George Ash . . . 


do 18 


2 I 


America 


Michael Isaacks 


do 21 


24 


England 


William Mullit 


do 22 


T. I 


do 


Patrick Scully 


do 22 


1O 


Ireland 


Patrick Coonev 


do 2T. 


4.5 


do 


95 Adam D'Favcnt 


\J 

do do 


27 


Switzer 


Jeremah Crowley 


do do 


?o 


Ireland 


97 James Evans 


do do 


24 


do 



















A MUSTER ROLL OF KINGS AND RICHMOND COUNTIES 

IN THE SECOND REGI 

Anthony Waters, Captain. 



NAMES. 



Day of 
Fnlist mt - 



KINGS COUNTY. 

Barnard Southard. ... April 8 

GardlifT Letter j do 

Peter Johannes do 

Coonrot Kilwether. . . do 

5 Jacob Horn do 

Michael Lirnin do 

John Clannan do 

Hendrick Frederick . . do 

George Bass do 

10 John Albert do 



Age. 



Where Born. 



37 Germany 



n 


26 


do 




2Q 


do 




12 


do 


o 


21 


do 





36 


do 


n 


25 


do 


n 


22 


do 


n 


22 


London 


9 


2O 


Amsterdam . . . . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 



547 



Trade. 


Militia Company. 


Stature. 


Complexion. 


Mariner 




$ ^V-2 




Taylor 




5 53^ 




Brickmaker 








Taylor 




5 8 




Currier 




5 7 




Fencing Master 
Mariner 




5 8 
5 6 




Labr 




5 6 




Shoemaker 




"> 4 




Mariner 




5 4 




do 




5 8 




Taylor 




5 6 




Silver Smith 




c c; 




Blockmaker 




C 2 




Victualler 




5 6 




Baker 




5 8 




Gardiner 




5 5 




Labr 




5 5 




do 




5 8 













RECRUITS FOR CAPTAIN ANTHONY WATERS COMPANY 
MENT OF NEW YORK. 



Trade. 



Carpenter 
Butcher. . 

do 

Carpenter 
Tanner . . 
Laborer. . 
Cooper . . 
Labourer 
Weaver . . 
Mariner. . 



Nisbet, T . 

r \ Lieuts. 

Grant, 



mpany. 


Stature. 




F. 


/. 




5 


2 




5 


6 




5 


7% 




5 


6 




5 


6 




5 


4 




5 


4% 




5 


4/2 




5 


5 




5 


6 



Complexion. 



348 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



NAMES. 


Day of A 
Enlist-"'- 


Where Born. 


Daniel P'orbes 


April 9 40 
do 9 30 
do 9 24 
do 9 35 
do 9 40 
do 9 36 
do 9 45 
do 10 29 
do 10 27 
do I 27 
do i 29 
do l 33 
do I 28 
do i 20 
do i 30 
do 12 20 
do 12 34 
do 12 24 
do 13 36 
do 13 40 
April 13 40 
do 13 25 
do 13 28 
do 13 27 
do 13 27 
do 1 3 20 
do 13 26 
do 14 22 
do 13 26 
do 14 30 
do 18 31 
do 18 33 
do 14 36 
do 20 37 
do 20 40 
do 20 20 
do 21 
do 9 26 
do 9 26 
do 9 40 
do 10 24 
do 1 1 \2 


Scotland 


Duncan M c Farson . . . 
Simon Frasher 


do 


do 


Simon Trump 


Germany 


15 Abraham Bussey 


New York 


George Fairbrian .... 
Henry lago 


Scotland 


Dublin 


Thomas Brown 


Ireland 


George Appleby 


do 


20 John Coffman 


Germany 


Thomas Anderson . . . 
John Walder 


Ireland 


Germany 


Laurence Bourne .... 
Daniel Mahoney 


do 


Ireland .... 


25 William M c Cord 


do 


Francis Ellsworth.... 
Martin Sheley 


Germany 


do 


John Lippey 


do 


Daniel Frasier 
30 Paul Hommell 


Scotland 


Germany 


John MClear 


Ireland 


James Russell 


do 


Jacob Potts 


Germany 


John Carll 


Ireland 


35 George Reed 


Scotland 


John Williamson .... 
Andrew Anderson . . . 
George Folke 


London 


Germany 


do 


Jos h Bouderheiser. . . . 

40 Nicho s - Fry 


Switzer 


Germany 


Andrew Stevenson . . . 
Fred k Lillildol 


Scotland 


Germany 


Christan Bremer 


do 


Andries Petra 


do 


45 Alex d - W. Bean 


Scotland 


Dan 1 Cameron 


do 


John Welch 


England 


Jos h Nisbett 


Queens County. 
England 


Thomas Anthony .... 
SO Alex r Younjre . 


Suffolk Co 
Ireland 


George Teney . 


William Owens . . 


do 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 349 



Trade. 


Militia Company. 


Stature. 


Complexion 


Labourer 




F. /. 

5 c 




do 




c 7 




Mariner 




C AV 2 




House Carpenter . . 
Cooper 




5 7 

C JO 




Labourer 




5 10 




do 




c ty. 




Collier 




5 o 




Weaver 




5 6 1 / 




Labourer 




c A.y 2 




Weaver 




C T.*A 




Labourer 




c Ay, 




do 




c 10 




do 




6 o 




Turner 




c 6 




Baker 




c 7 




Cordwainer 




j / 

5 3 




Labourer 




S 6^ 




do ... . 




^ jy> 




Butcher .... 




J / 7 2 
"? 2 




Manner 




5 6 




Barber 




C 4 




Cordwainer 




=; Q x /4 




Mariner 




J 7/Z 

c 7 




Gardiner 




c 7 




Labourer 




c o 




Mariner 




S 6 J /4 




Cordwainer 




=5 8 




Baker 




5 3 




Gardener 




^ 2 y> 




Taylor 




J * /2 

$ T, 1 ^ 




Labourer 




$ ctVo 




Cook 




J 7/2 

S S 1 /^ 




Labourer 




S 854 




do 




"? 2 




do 




^ t; 1 /? 




do 




J 3/2 

^ T, 




Weaver 




e in/4 




Mariner 




c 2 




Cordwainer 




j * 

S 8 




Brashier 




c c 




Labourer . 




< 2 





350 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



NAMES. 


Day of 
Enlist 1 - 


Age. 


Where Born. 


Thomas Harlem 


April 12 


27 


Germany 


Aaron Bennett 


do 12 


18 


Kings Co 


155 Nich s ' Pealman 


do 19 


2\ 


Germany 


Andries Wick 


do 19 


2\ 


do 


John Williams 


do IQ 


2\ 


do 


Adam Algier 


, J 
do IQ 


28 


do 


Peter Kebler 


do IQ 


3"> 


do 


60 Adam Leopold 


do 19 


T.Q 


do 


Peter Funtine 


do IQ 


24 


do .. . 


Hend k John Liviston . 


do in 


-H- 
24 


do 


Firdnard Tement .... 


do IQ 


2O 


do 


John Fridel 


do IQ 


24 


do 


6s John Swartswegar . 


j 
do IQ 


22 


do 


Georcre Enniss. . 


do IQ 


2$ 


do 


*5 

Josh Menderson 


do 1 3 


2O 


Germany 


Peter Marther 


Apr 21 


12 


Germany 


Coonrod Dunnis 


do do 


16 


do 


70 Mich 1 - Lepolt 


do do 


7C 


do 


Jacob Shearman 
George Keys 


do I i 
do 2T> 


35 
26 


New Jersey 
Germany 


Valentine Muff 


do do 


33 


do 


74 Peter Showless 


do do 


41 


Ireland 


RICHMOND COUNTY. 
Ralph Skid more 


April 4 


21 


Staten Island 


Tho s Ryan 


do do 


22 


do 


John White 


do do 


7Q 


I reland 


Bart m M c Guire 


do do 


2C 


Germany 


5 George Botts 


do 5 


2O 


Pensil vania 


George Jevvett . 


do do 


22 


Germany 


Thos Fitzgerald . 


do do 


26 


Ireland .... 


John Snell 


do do 


28 


Germany 


Edw d Barker 


do 6 


^ 


Ireland 


IO John Bryan 


do o 


27 


do 


John M c Dougal. . 


do 10 


26 


Scotland 


Walter Murphy. . . . 


do 12 


48 


Ireland 


Fred k Prince 


do 1 3 


22 


Germany 


Tho s - Dougherty. . 


do M 


21 


I reland 


15 James Daxerson . . 


do 1 1 


IQ 


Scotland 


John Locker .... 


do do 


JO 


England 


John Rogers ....... 


do ic 


J w 
28 


lersevs . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 351 



Trade. 


Militia Company. 


Stature. 


Complexion 


Mason 




F. I. 

"5 654 




Labourer 




5 Q 




Baker 




c. 7 




Taylor 




C 7 




Baker 




5 2 




Mariner 




c 514 




Baker 




$ T> 




Labourer 




S 6^ 




do 




*> 8 




Mariner 




5 7 




Labourer 




5 3 




Miller 




5 6 




Stone Cutter 




"5 7^ 




Baker 




5 6 




Labourer 




5 i 




do 




c 1 5^ 




do 




c ^54 




Cordwainer 




S 7 




Mason ... 




6 




do 




C Q 




Labourer 




J ;? 

5 8>^ 




Gardiner 




6 i 




Labourer 




KINGS ( 

23 r 
C Q 


BOUNTY 
d April 1761. 


do 




5 IO 




Mariner 




$ 8^ 




Labourer 




C 2 




Weaver 




"5 6 




Labourer 




5 6 




do 




^ 2 




Taylor 




C C 




Gardiner 




c 4 




Cordwainer 




"J 6 




Carpenter 




c 6 




Labourer 




c 6 




do 




^ 7 




do 




^ ^ 




do 




5 6 




do 




c c 




do 




; 8 





35 2 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



NAMES. 


Day of 
Enlist 1 " 1 - 


Age. 


Where Born. 


John Boyd 


April 17 


25 
38 
21 
28 

44 
42 

23 


Scotland 


John COOK 


do 18 


England 


->Q Anthony Kindle 


do do 


do 


Johannes Merrit 


do 20 


Staten Is 


Casp r ' Bowman 


do do 


do 


W m- Skey . . . 


do 21 


England . 


Samuel Morro 


do 21 


Ireland 


2^ Joseph Chalis 


do do 


do 









99 

The foregoing Being One Captain Two Lieuts. and Ninety 
Waters Company for the Countys of Richmond and Kings 

2 Lieut 5 Kings County 74 

i Capt Richmond 25 

i Capt 2 Lieut &c 99 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASSED IN 

COMPANY 

Daniel Wright, Captain. 



NAMKS. 
I Patrick M c Daniel 


Day of A 
Enlistment. 


Where Born. 


April 8 25 


Ireland 


Michael Price 


do 8 29 


Dublin 


Jeremiah Mahony 


do 8 a 


Ireland 


Edward Balding . . 


do Q IQ 


do 


Stephen Blevet 


do 14 27 


Old France. . . . 
Newark 


Thomas Shingleton . . 
John Vogine 


. do 14 31 
do 14 26 


Paris 


Dan 1 Stanley 


do IA 2\ 


Ireland 


Peter Deport . 


do 14 20 


Old France. . . . 
Flushing 


10 Thomas Farrington . . 
Samuel Jones 


. do 18 26 

do 25 46 


England 


James Jemain . 


do 14 40 


Old France. . . . 
London 


Thomas Hart 


do 14 25 


John Sparing 


do 14 23 


Bath England . 
Flushing. . 


Jonathan Wright. 


Mav A 16 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 353 



Trade. 


Militia Company. 


Stature. 


Complexion. 


Black Smith 




F. I. 

5 6 




Labourer 




5 7 




Mariner 




5 6 




Miller 




5 6 




Labourer 




6 




Scrivener 




6 ty, 




\Veaver 




5 8 




Labourer 




5 6 













Staten Island 24 April 1761. 

Nine Men where Mustered & Approved off in Cap't Anthony 
by me. 

GEO E - BREWERTON, JUN R - 



THE COUNTY OF QUEENS FOR CAPTAIN DAN L WRIGHT'S 
MAY 1761. 

Abraham Remsen, ) T . 

T , r, > Lieutenants. 

John Dean, 



Trade. 


Officer who Inlisted. 


Stature. 


Complexion. 


Cooper 


Capt Wright 


5 7 T /2 




Carpenter 


do 


c 71^ 




Labourer .... 


do 


C I 




do 


do 


C Q 




Taylor 


do 


S ^ 




Shoemaker 


do 


c 7 




Breeches Maker. . 


do 


e 6 




Ship Carpenter . . 


do 


C 




Lab r - 


do 


c c 




do 


do 


c c 




do 


do 


S 8 




Cooper 


do 


c 6 




\Veaver 


do 


^ 4. 




Cordwainer .... 


do 


$ 1 




Lab r . 


do 


t 8 





23 



354 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



NAMES. 


Day of 

Enlistment. 


Age. 


Where Born. 


John Skidmore 


April 20 


29 


Long Island. . 


John Veteto 


do 20 


22 


Oysterbay .... 


Joseph Chesher 


do 29 


23 


do 


Valentine Burk 


do 20 


45 


Old England . . 


?O James Beckford 


do 29 


?S 


Boston 


John Brown 


do 20 


IQ 


Ireland 


Joseph \Vest 


May ! i; 


18 


Dublin 


James M c Laughlin 


do 1 5 


22 


Ireland 


Richard Speed 


April 8 


4O 


Old England . 


Thomas Smitli 


do 30 


21 


Long Island. , 


John Barren 


do 25 


22 


Ireland 


Thomas Carbe 


May 8 


21 


Old England . . 


George Doughty 


April 1 8 


18 


Long Island. . . 


Isaih Doughty 


do 20 


20 


do 


30 John Batter Shadwcll. . 
Augustus Deharwix... 
George Diver 


do 25 
April 30 
do 12 


?5 
23 

25 


Switzerland . . . 
Switzerland . . . 
Germany 


Martin Fiffer .... 


do 9 


42 


do 


John Poole .... 


do 2" 


26 


Prussia 


Samuel Reade 


do IO 


I 7 


Highland . 


James Wey 


do 13 


I 7 


o 

Lono Island . , 


Francis Weaver 


May I 


^3 


Germany 


Peter Light 


do I 


21 


do 


John Johnson 


April 9 


24. 


Holland 


40 John Coxhead 


do 22 


. 

36 


Old England . 


W m - Gillmore . . . 


do 10 


46 


Glascow 


Jacob Ruder ... 


do i i 


2C 


Newtown 


John Donner .... 


do 9 


27 


Germany 


Joseph Link 


do 9 


?2 


do 


Peter Bower 


q 


j- 
T.2 


do 


Joseph Fogal . . 


do 9 


22 


do 


Jacob Walley. . 


do 20 


2\ 


do 


W m Simmerman 


do 1 5 


*j 

2"? 


Prussia 


James Dougherty . 


do 


21 


N- Ireland 


50 John Delegal 


do 27 


^^ 


London 


Adam Hooper. . 


May 6 


IQ 


Pennsilvania . . 


Owen Sullivan 


do i ; 


27 


Dublin 


George Demsey. 


do 15 


-2Q 


Ireland 


Symon Reay 


do 15 


J'-' 

18 


do 


Thomas Anderson 


do i ; 


28 


West England. 


Samuel Roberts. . 


Aor 3 


22 


Newtown 


Thomas Dun 


* x r l J 
May 1 5 


3O 


Ireland 


Thomas David . 


Aoril 12 


j w 

2^ 


do 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 355 



Trade. 


Officer who Inlisted. 


Stature. 


Complexion. 


Lab r 


Capt Wright 


5 8 




Tovner . . 


do 


c c 




Lab r - 


do 


5 6 




do 


do 


$ 7 




do 


do 


c 714 




do 


do 


"> 4- 




Mariner 


do 


C C 




do 


do 


C C 




Taylor 


do 


c 7 




Weaver 


do 


6 




Husbandman .... 


do 


c 7 1 /, 




Lab r - 


L t- John Dean . . . 


c 4 




do 


do 


$ 7 




Carpenter 


do .... 


*> 8 




Shoemaker 


do 


^ 4. 




Barber 


do 


*i 4- 




Lab r 


Lieut Abra Remsen . . 


5 




do 


do 


5 8 




Barber 


do 


c 7 




Lab r 


do 


C 2 




Cooper 


do 


"> 7 




Lab r 


do 


c c 




do 


do 


"? ^y> 




Cooper 


do 


c c 




Taylor 


do 


c 714 




Labr 


do 


S 8 




do 


do 


^ 4 




do 


do 


c 6 




Currier 


do 


c c 




Labr 


do 


C CT/ 




do 


do 


J J / J 

c Q U 




do 


do 


j y/- 

c 2 




Taylor 


do 


j * 
c c 




Labr .... ... 


Capt Wright 


.) J 

c 8 




Mariner 


do 


j u 

C 2 




Labr 


do 


j * 
c 4 




Seaman 


Liet Wetbeck . . . 


J *f 

c 7 




do 


do 


j / 
e 8 l /> 




do 


do 


<J /^ 

c ^ 




do 


do 


j 'r 

c 8 




Husbandman .... 


Capt Wright 


D u 

C Q 




do 


do 


j y 

^ ^ 




Labr . 


do 


; 6 





356 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



NAMKS. 


Day of . 
Enlistment. 


Where Born. 


George Lowman 


April 8 25 


Germany 


60 Henrv Sceefton 


do Q 2; 


Old England . . 


John Farrell 


do 26 26 


Ireland 


Will" 1 - Barnes 


do 25 20 


Old England . . 


Richard Neal 


do 17 2; 


do 


Israel Pierso 


do 10 40 


Rhode Island . . 


Henry Craft 


do 2\ 20 


North Castle . . 


66 Jacob Bum stead 


do 26 21 


Long Island . . . 


67 Daniel Hoffman 


May 8 \\ 


Germany 


Robert Edwards 


April 29 32 


Old England . . 


Barent Agenl 


May 1 6 28 


Ireland 


70 W m - White 


do I 21 


Old England . . 


James Lawler 


Apr Q 2; 


Dublin 


John Wetbeck 


do 17 ^q 


Ireland 


James Buttler 


do 2t; \\ 


do 


And r - M c Cullough 


do 17 28 


Scotland 


John Williams 


do 17 21 


Oysterbay . . . . 


Joseph Blackman 


May i 20 




Edward Harrington . . . 
John Hayburn 


do I 21 

April 24 19 


Old England . . 
London Derry. 


Joseph Bender 


do 8 24 


Germany 


80 Dennis Dun 


do 12 "\\ 


Ireland 


Thomas Maejrath . , 


jj 

do 27 \^ 


do 


o 

Thomas Gibbons 


/ j j 

do Q 17 


do 


Andrew Cockran 


May 12 \2 


do 


Will 1 "- Short 


do 16 22 


Old England 


John Blu 


do 1 6 36 


London 


Augustus Ponncll 
Fred k N eagle 


Apr 27 37 

do 27 \2 


Switzerland . . . 
Germany 


Thomas Reed 


May 17 2\ 


Old England . 


89 Henry Dawson 


do 17 22 


do 


Peter Sullivan i 


do I 3? 


Ireland . . 


Dennis Spencer. . 


do I 1 27 


do 


92 Timothy Shahan 


do I 29 


do 









The foregoing being One Captain Two Lieut"* & Ninety 
Wright's Company for the County of Queens by me. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 357 



Trade. 


Officer who Inlisted. 


Stature. 


Complexion. 


Taylor 


Liet Abra Remsen . . . 


5 7/^ 




Cooper 


Capt Wright 


^ IO 




Brewer 


do 


<; 8 




Labr 


do 


C 4 




do 


Lieut Snethen 


5 4-^ 




\Veaver 


do 


$ 4. 




Shoemaker 


do 


e 6 




Cooper 


do 


C 4 




Labourer 


do 


1 7 




Labourer 


do 


j / 
^ 4. 




Carpenter 


Capt Wright 


^ 4. 




Labr 


Capt Dunbar 


"> 8 1 / 




do 


do 


"> 4- 




do 


do 


=1 4. 




do 


do 


5 8 1 / 




do 


do 


c 4*4 




do 


do 


c 7 




do 


do 


5 6 




Tobacconist .... 


do 


^ Q 




Labr 


do 


j y 
"i 8 




do 


do 


^ 4. 




do 


do 


"? 4 




do 


do 


^ 4. 




do 


Capt Wright 


j *r 

S 8 




do 


do 


; 8 




do 


do 


j e> 

5 7 




do 


do 


e c 




Button Maker 


Capt Dunbar 


c c 






do 


=; 8 






Capt Wright 


j u 

c c 






do 


j j 

c 7 






do 


j / 
^ 7 






do 


C 7^ 






do 


c 7 













Two Men where mustered & approved off In Capt Dan 1 - 



MICH THODEY, Coll N Y Regt. 



358 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASSED IN 

GILCHRIST'S COMPANY 



William Gilchrist, Cap.tain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Enlistment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


James Billington 


April 9 
do 12 
do 2O 
do 2O 
do 15 
do 18 
do 13 
May 7 
April 21 
do 10 
do 20 
do 20 
do 20 
May 5 
April 28 
do 28 
do 13 
do 15 
do 15 
do 13 
do 23 
do 13 
do 13 
do 2O 
do 13 
do 27 
do 8 
do 8 
May 12 
Aprill 17 
do 21 
do 17 
do 17 
do 13 
do 27 
do 17 


19 

18 

18 
18 
32 
28 

32 

21 
18 

35 
31 

22 

18 
1 1 

28 
27 
3-7 

18 

22 
28 
30 
28 
21 

'9 

18 

22 

18 

26 

37 
19 
19 

22 
21 
23 

23 
1A 


Jersey . 


Jacob Brush .... 


Stanford 


John Price 


Jersey . 


Israel Muller 


Beauford Conn. . 
Westchester . . . 
Old England. .. 
Ireland 


5 Thomas Crammell .... 
John Thomson 


Samuel Rice 


Charles Williams 


Connecticut .... 
do 
Germany 


Jonathan Dan 


IO Peter Collosha 


John Shroud 


NorthofEngland 
Westchester . . . 
do 
do 
Old England... 
Conn ct- .... 


Stephen Warren 


Lewis Miller 


John Mac Fading 


James Pinkerton 


Jabez Smith 


Charles Hodges 


do 


James Munday 


Old England . . . 
do 
do 
do 
do 
New York . . . . 


John Peters 


2O John Chandler 


Ambrose Hudson 


Mathevv Hudson 


Isaac Briggs 


William M c Horney. . . . 
25 Clark Brown 


Albany 


Westchester . . . 
do 
do 
Ireland 


Jaredieh Owens 


Rubin Lane 


Timothy Conner . 


Joseph Harrick 


Old England . . . 
Westchester . . . 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Old England . 


30 Justis Golding 


Gosham Griffing 


Vincin Sarles 


"Joel Edgett 


Asa Carpenter 


35 John Taylor 


Tohn Wallice . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 359 



THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER FOR CAPTAIN WILLIAM 
15 MAY 1761. 



Peter Marling, ) T . 

T u r> . & , > Lieutenants. 

John Bostwick, 



Trade. 



Officers who enlisted. 



Cordwiner. . . 
Black Smith. 
Labourer . . . 

do 

Blacksmith . . 
Labourer . . . 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Cordwiner. . . 

do 

do 
Labourer . . . 

Mason 

Cordwiner. . . 

Doctor 

Labourer . . . 

do 

do 

do 

Cordwiner. . . 
Labourer . . . 

Mariner 

Labourer . . . 

do 

do 

do 

Taylor 

Blacksmith . . 
Laborour . . . 

do 



F. I. 

Capt Gilchrist 5 8 

do 5 5 

do 5 7 

do 5 ioy. 

do 5 7 

do 511 

do 511 

do 5 ii^ 

do 5 rA 

do 511 

do 5 10 

do 6 i 

do 511 

do 511 

do 5 5^ 

do 6 \y. 

do 5 3^ 

do 5 4 

do 5 7 

do 5 5 

do 5 6 

do 5 4 

do 5 7 

do 5 4 

do 5 5 

do 5 10 

do 5 4 

do 5 7 

do 5 7 

do 5 8 

do 5 8 

do 5 8 

do 6 

do 5 8 

do 5 8 

do c; c 



Stature. 



Complexion. 



;6o 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



NAMES. 


Day of 
Enlistment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


Isaac Sherwood 


Aprill 15 
do 13 
do 27 
do 7 
do 4 
do 15 
do 16 
do 7 
do 28 
do 25 
do 24 
May 2 
Aprill 19 
do 9 
May 2 
Aprill 4 
do 5 
do 28 
do 29 
do 9 
do 4 
do 6 
May 5 
Aprill 4 
do 26 
do 1 1 
do 9 
do 17 
do 13 
May 6 
Aprill 9 
do 28 
May 8 
Aprill 9 
do 28 
do 27 
do 24 
do 20 
do 17 
May 6 
Aprill 12 
do 12 


21 

26 

25 
25 

21 
22 
22 
21 
2O 
21 
24 
26 

30 
21 

'9 
19 
19 
23 
4 6 

24 

25 

44 

43 
29 

19 

29 
20 
18 

38 
26 

21 
40 

27 

18 

23 
4i 
44 
30 
20 

22 
21 
T8 


Westchester . . . 
do 
Old England . . . 
Richmond 


Abraham Dutcher 


John Youngs 


4.0 Abraham Fitchett 


Samuel Hitchcock 


Westchester . . . 
do 
New York 


William Hammon 


Fdward Lyell 


Joseph Lightley 


Old England . . . 
New York . ... 
Westchester . . . 
Old England . . . 
do 
Ireland 


45 Joseph Anderson 


William Hughson 


William Lightley 


Samuel Dickson 


Edward Nicholson .... 
50 George Munson 


Newhaven 


Anthoney Fowler 


Westchester . . . 
do 
do 
Germany 


William Davids 


Nath 1 Hustis 


John Harman 


55 John Anderson 


New York 


Leonard Fier 


Germany 


Peter Ward 


do 


Joseph Wood 


Connecticut 
Old England . . . 
do 
Westchester . . . 
Germany 


John Jones 


60 James Bland 


Peter Merritt 


Simon Serpenett 


Lewis Burrous 


do 
Philadelphia . . . 
Connecticut 
Ireland 


John Taulbert 


65 Butler Peet 


Michael Carren . . 


Justeen Deoman 


Germany 


George Adam Mowvey. 
Francis Verpelia 


do 


Genevay 


70 Cornelius Brown 


Westchester . . . 
Jersey 


Daniel M c Clean 


John Dickson 


Old England. .. 
Westchester . . . 
Queens County. 
Westchester . . . 
Tersev . 


Timothy Delivan 


Cheser Wanser . . . 


75 Edward Drake 


James M c Coy 


Joseph Pell 


Westchester . . . 
do 


David Garrison . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 



Trade. 


Officers who enlisted. 


Stature. 


Complexion. 


Labourer . . 


Lieut Marling 


F. I. 

5 ii K' 




Blacksmith . . 


do 


C IO 




Barber 


do 


C 714 




Laborour . . . 


do 


e 6 




do 


do 


5 O 




Cordwiner. . . 


do 


5 I0>2 




do 


do 


5 8^ 




Weever 


do 


C II 




Blacksmith . . 


do 


5 7 




Laborour . . . 


do 


V IO 




do 


do 


II/3 




do 


do 


5 6% 




do 


do 


9 % 




Taylor 


do 


^ IO 




Laborour . . . 


do 


\ii% 




do 


do 


5 6% 




Cordwiner. . . 


do 


6 iY* 




Miller 


do 


5 6% 




\Vealright . . . 


do 


*> 7 




Laborour . . 


do 


C A 




do 


Capt Gilchrist 


5 10 




Carpenter 


do 


5 8 




Laborour 


do 


^ ^ 




Pewterer . . 


do 


S 8 




Taylor 


do 


5 10% 




Silkvveever 


Lieut Marling 


C 2 




Laborour 


do 


5 2 




do 


Capt Gilchrist 


5 ^ 




do . . 


Lieut Marling 


C Q 




do 


do 


c 6 




do 


do 


S 8 




Taylor 


L t- Floyd Stevanson 


^ T, 




Carpenter . 


Capt Gilchrist 


$ Q 




Laborour . . . 


do 


$ 4- 




do 


do 


*> 8 




do 


do 


*> IO 




do . . 


do 


^ Q 




Blacksmith . . 


do 


5 Q 




Labourour . . 
do 
do 
do 


Lieut Floyd Stiphenson . . 
do 
do 
do 


5 5 
5 8 
5 ii 
5 7% 





362 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



NAMES. 



Day of 
Enlistment. 



Age. 



Where born. 



John See 

80 James Waters . 

Edward Dwier . 

John Johnson. . 

John Pritty. . . . 

William Marsh . 
85 William Davis . 

Francis Perry . . 

Thos. M c MuIlin 

Thos. Ward . . . 

John Lee 

90 William Miles . 



Aprill 13 


27 


Germany 


do 14 




St. Kitts 


M ay 6 


25 


Ireland 


Aprill 12 
do 29 
do 10 
do 12 


19 

30 
40 
IQ 


Westchester . . . 
Switzerland 
Westchester . . . 
Mcriland 


do 24 


2O 


New York 


do 12 




Ireland 


do 22 

do 1 8 
May 15 


18 
24 
37 


Old England . . . 
do 
Connecticut . . . . 

i 



The above being one Captain 2 Lieutenants and Ninety 
Christ's Company for the County of Westchester. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASSED IN THE 

COMPANY, 

John Van Vcghten, Captain. 



i 

2 

3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
10 

ii 

12 
13 


MI:N'S NAMKS. 
Michael Rake 


Date 
Inlistn 

Apri 


of 

cm. 

IO 
IO 
IO 
10 
10 
10 
10 
IO 
10 
10 
10 

13 
13 

1 1 


Age. 


33 

22 

45 
49 
32 
40 
20 
27 

24 
50 
40 

17 
40 

33 

17 


John Boycl 


do 


Conrad V. Miller 


do 


Henry Braver. 


do 


Laurence Knabb .... 


do 


Frederick Weest .... 


do 


Frederick Lon<i . 


do 


Edward Forster 


do 


John Prime 


do 


Peter Kinkle 


do 


Jn- Aghter Sleytor 


do 


Philip Back 


do 


James Denniston 


do 


Jacob Miller 


do 


Justine King. 


do 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 



Trade. 


Officers who enlisted. 


Stature. 


Complexion. 







F. I. 




Labourour . . 


Lieut Floyd Stiphenson . . 


S 8/ 2 




do 


do 


5 4 




Carpenter . . . 


do 


5 io# 




Laborour . . . 


do 


5 6 




do 


do 


5 6 




do 


do 


5 10 




do 


do 


5 4 




Ropemaker . 


do 


5 4 




Laborour . . . 


do 


5 9^ 




do 


do 


5 o 




do 


do 


5 2^ 




do 


Capt Gilchrist 


c i 








j 





men where Muster'd & approv'd off for Capt. William Gil- 

pr me 
GEO. BREWERTON, JUN R - COL- 



COUNTY OF ALBANY FOR CAPT. JOHN VAN VEGHTEN'S 
MAY 18, 1761. 

John de Garmo, ) T . 

^ IT > Lieutenants. 

1 eunis Vrooman, 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officer who Enlisted. 


Stature. 


Germany 


Cordwainer . . 


Capt v. Ve"hten 


e i 


Ireland 


Weaver 


r^ o 

do 


j * 

C 23/ 


Germany 


Butcher 


do 


J 74 
C I I/ 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


TO 


do 


Labourer . . . 


do 


j l ^ 
$ I VA 


do 


do 


do 


j 1 /4 

$ 4- 1 / 


do 


Cordwainer 


do 


J T-/* 

; ^ 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


J -> /4 

t; ?3/ 


Germany 


do 


do 


3 / 74 

e 8 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


j u 
6 8 1 / 


do . 


Baker 


Lieut Hansen 


"74 

c **/, 


do 


Labourer . . . 


Capt v Veghtcn 


j J/ 2 
^ 3 1 / 


Ireland 


Wigmaker 


do 


J J/4 

c 2 


Germany 


Labourer 


do 


j * 
$ 23/ 


Ireland . 


Hatter. . 


do 


J *74 

; 8 1/ 



364 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. lament. 


Age. 


16 Matthew Lawrence. April 13 


27 


tJ 

17 Hugh GausgrifT do 13 


20 


18 William White I do 13 


27 


19 Noah Gittet 1 do 13 


4O 


20 Robert Griffith . do 13 


23 


21 William Youncr. . do 13 


38 


O v/ 

22 Edward Stephens do 14 


22 


23 James Keith do 14 


31 


24 Daniel Ross j do 14 


IQ 


25 Charles MOuin ' do 14 


*y 
26 


26 John Fitzgerald do 14 


IQ 


27 Nehemiah Williams do 15 


1 V 
21 


28 Daniel M c Murray . . do 16 


^8 


29 James Pitt do 16 


28 


30 Michael Cramer do 16 


4O 


31 Francis Flemming do 17 


4.2 


32 Geo Howburgher do 17 


4O 


33 Caleb Ragland do 18 


4O 


34 Anthony Swarts do 18 


21 


35 John M c Gonnigoe do 18 


IQ 


36 John Williams do 1 8 


*y 

2C 


37 Conrad Frank .... do 19 


~J 
2Q 


38 William Williams do 20 


*y 

I'i 


39 Joachim Albrecht do 21 


37 


40 Henry Young do 21 


J/ 

2C 


41 Adam Miller do 21 


28 


42 Christopher Spring do 21 


76 


43 Frederick Slieghte do "M 


J^ 

16 


44 Rich d - Ham do 22 


4^ 


45 Bart w> Goodwels do 2 


C2 


46 Jacob Sweller do 22 


3* 

:A 


47 Abraham Byrne do 23 


JT- 

?2 


48 Edward Anderson do 25 


j~ 
27 


49 John Bowen do 25 


-/ 

? 


50 Mich 1 Jacob Rudow .... do 27 


j 
26 


5 1 W m - Pierce, mulato do 27 


43 


52 Johannes Holster do 28 


HO 
72 


53 Tho s Manning do ^8 


33 


54 W m - Brasser do 28 


J J 

27 


55 Jacob Michael do 28 


/ 
2C 


;6 Collivan Ludlow, negro .... do 29 


*- D 
27 


57 John Brown do 29 


-/ 
77 


58 Jacob Lumbos . Mav i 


J/ 

41; 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 365 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officer who Enlisted. 


Stature. 


Germany . . . 


Brewer 


Capt v. Veghten 


5 7 


Ireland . . . 


Labourer 


do 


5 8^ 


Pennsylvania 


Cordwainer 


do 


c 6V 2 


Connecticut 


Blacksmith 


do 


C Q*A 


Ireland 


Shoemaker 


do 


C 7 


do 


Labourer 


do 


s ^ 1 A 


Massachusetts . . 


Cordwainer 


do 


c aV 2 


Scotland 


Scrivner 


do 


"5 6}4 


Boston 


Taylor 


do 


5 i^ 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


5 8 


Maryland 


do 


do 


5 6^ 


Connecticut . . 


Cordwainer 


do 


J 7< 

5 7 3 A 


Ireland 


Scrivner 


do 


S 7 l /i 


England 


Mariner 


do 


5 6 si 


Germany 


Wigmaker 


do 


5 VA 


do 


Labourer 


do 


C 43/ 


do 


Butcher 


do 


5 S5i 


England 




do 


4 1 1 


Germany 


Wool Spinner . . 


do 


5 6% 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


5 2 1 / 


England 


Cordwainer 


do 


5 ^ 


Germany 


Labourer 


do 


5 7 3 /^ 


England 


Cordwainer 


do 


J / 74 

C T.3/ 


Prussia . . . 


Carpenter 


do 


C 7U 


Germany 


Smith 


do 


5 7 


do 


Baker 


do 


5 6s/ 


do 


Taylor 


do 


j 74 
^ 7 


County Albany . 


Labourer 


do 


c 4 1/ 


England 


do 


do 


j ^/4 
C 2U 


Germany 


Butcher 


Lieut Ten Eyck 


j J 74 

5 2 


do 


Painter 


Capt v. Veghten 


"? 6^ 


do 


Labourer 


do 


J V /Z 

c 4 1/ 


Jersey, \Vest . . . 


do 


do 


H-/4 

5 ^ 


Philadelphia . . 


do 


do 


5 8 1 / 


Germany 


Ribbon Weaver. 


do 


j w /4 

C 43/ 


Jamaica, W. I . . 
Germany 


Blockmaker .... 
Labourer 


Lieut Hansen . . 
Capt v. Veghten 


5 7 

C CI/ 


Ireland 


Mariner 


do 


J j 74 

S 8 


New Jersey . . . . 


Cordwiner 


do 


c ui/ 


Germany . . . 


Labourer 


do 


j A A 74 

c -\y. 


Long Island .... 


do 


do 


J J 74 

=; 8 


Ireland 


do 


do 


s s 1 /^ 


New England . 


Blacksmith . 


do 


j j 74 

; 10 



3 66 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 





MEN'S NAMES. 


Date of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


59 


Jn Drummond 


May 


2 


40 


6o 


Odit Addev 


do 


2 


38 


61 


George Buck 


do 


2 


22 


62 


John Tingue 


do 


2 


22 


63 


David Hope 


do 


3 


27 


64 


John Abernethy 


do 


3 


26 


6=; 


Geo. Weesick 


do 


4 


21 


66 


Jn Erhardt 


; do 


4 


50 


67 


Rob'- Anderson 


do 


7 


4 6 


68 


John Slattery 


do 


7 


40 


6g 


Matthew Seigler 


do 


9 


25 


70 


Anthony Noble 


do 


10 


40 


71 


Geo. Nichols 


do 


1 1 


42 


72 


Martin Ryan 


do 


ii 


36 


73 


John Simon 


do 


12 


30 


74 


W m - Carty 


1 do 


14 


26 


75 


Alex r M c Donald 


. 1 do 


14 


33 


76 


Rob' Dixon 


do 


14 


36 


77 


Wcndall Hans 


do 


1 8 


50 


78 


John Corkacker 


do 


18 


25 


79 


Michael Doud 


do 


19 


34 


80 


Prinus Walker 


April 


25 


35 


81 


Anthony Wood 


May 


6 




82 


John Kegelman 


do 


12 


30 


83 


John Miller 


do 


12 


35 


84 


Jacob Kelder 


do 


13 


26 


85 


William Newburgh 


do 


9 


20 













These may Certifie that the above Named men being 
New York Regiment to the Number of Eighty Eight officers 

Albany May i8 th 1761. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 367 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officer who Enlisted. 


Stature. 


Ireland 


Carpenter 


Capt v. Veghten 


5 6 1 / 


Boston 


Labourer 


do 


J /4 

"5 ^72 


Germany . 


do 


do 


c. c 


Kngland 


do 


do 


5 i 


Scotland 


Apothecary . 


do 


5 Q^ 


Ireland 


Cooper 


do 


"5 83/ 


Germany ...... 


Labourer 


do 


5 63/ 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


J 74 
C g3/ 


Ireland 


Cooper 


do 


j " /4 

5 63/ 


do 


Taylor 


do 


-> 74 

C C3/ 


Germany 


Butcher 


do 


~> 3 74 
C 63/ 


New York 


Cooper 


do 


-> 74 

C C3/ 


Germany 


Taylor 


do 


J J 74 

c A.y, 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


C I 


Germany 


Barber 


do 


C 73/ 


New England 


Labourer 


do 


5 2 


Scotland 


Carpenter 


do 


S 2 l /-> 


London 


Brassfounder . . . 


do 


5 i^ 


Germany 


Taylor 


do 


5 6 


do 


do 


do 


c 6 1 / 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


-5 /4 

^ c; 


Boston 


Blacksmith 


do 


"> ^ 3 / 


Germany 


Mason 


L* 1 Vrooman .... 


C T. 


do 


Miller 


do 


5 2 


do .... 


Taylor 


do 


S 4% 


Albany 


Labourer 


do 


C II ^ 











passed Muster for Capt John van Veghten in the Second 
Including. 

by MYND T - ROSEBOOM, L l - Col- 
GOOSE VAN SCHAICK. L*- Coll. 



3 68 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAIS'D & PASS'D IN THE 

COMPANY MAY 

Christopher Yates, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Date of 

Inlistment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


Paul Hall 


April 20 


2O 


Jersey . 


Henry Derry 


do 20 


36 


Ireland 


Thomas Christy 


do 20 


2? 


do 


Henry Dain 


do 20 


36 


New York. . . . 


James Hall 


do 20 


IQ 


England 


Aaron Shetson 


do 21 


3Q 


Germany 


Patrick Delang 


do 20 


4O 


Ireland . . 


Patrick McGraw 


do 21 


3O 


do 


Andrew Ward 


do 21 


4$ 


West Minster. 


Adam Tinner 


do 27 


18 


Germany . . . . 


Charles Dougherty 


do 27 


3,1 


Ireland 


Thomas Welsh 


do 27 


27 


do 


Thomas Murphy 


do 27 


CQ 


do 


Jn- Winter Bottom 


do 27 


j w 
26 


England . . 


Edward Anderson 


do 28 


18 


Boston 


John Lewrey 


do 2Q 


IQ 


Germany. . . . 


Joseph Powel .... ... 


do Q 


l y 

"> I 


Mohawks 


William White 


do 20 


24. 


Ireland 


Mathew Woodert 


do 30 


22 


Tersev . 


Silvester Tate .... 


do 30 


^6 


j i_io\__y . . . 

England 


Nathan Jack way 


do 30 


j^ 
2 I 


Rhode Island 


Jacob Terp 


do 30 


2 I 


Tersev 


John Carr 


do 28 


A.6 


J ciacjf 

Germany 


Jacob Harris 


do 30 


"+ w 
23 


Mohawks . 


William McGraw 


do 30 


*j 

17 


do 


Daniel Boos 


May i 


1 / 
IQ 


Boston 


Joseph Monsie 


do I 


*y 

^8 


Connecticut 


Thomas Grain 


do I 


At 


Ireland 


Thomas Bearup 


do 4 


HO 
37 


Scotland 


Thomas Almond 


do 4 


j/ 
32 


Ireland 


Moses Weserel 


do 3 


j* 

23 


Boston 


Daniel Rosel 


do 5 


*O 

16 


Germany 


Ambrosius Spear 


do 5 


22 


do 


Daniel Williams 


do 5 


36 


Scotland 


Tames Man 


do 8 


j w 
A2 


England . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 369 



COUNTY OF ALBANY FOR CAPTAIN CHRISTOPHER YATES 
I9TH 1761. 

Barent Ten Eyck, ) Lieutenant* 

x^ i -\ T T"\ 1 r JL-i 1C U LClldll I > 

Cornelius Van Dyck, 



Trade. 


Officers who c . . 
r i. . , Stature. 
Inhsted. 


DESCRIPTION OF MEN'S PERSONS. 


Complex. 


Eyes. 


Hair. 




F. I. 








Labourer . . 


Capt. Yates . . . 6 


Negroe 






Mason .... 


do . . . c 71/4 


Fair . . . Ihlne . . Brown 


Labourer . . 


do 


j i / * 

5 7 


do .... 


do .. 


do 


do 


do 


5 IO /i 


Negroe 






do 


do 


5 5^ 


Fair .... 


brown. 


Brown 


Doctor .... 


do -.57 


do .... 


black . 


do 


Blacksmith. 


do ...$ 7 3 A 


do .... 


brown. 


do 


Labourer . . 


Lt. Ten Eyck. .5 7 


do .... 


grey . . 


do 


do 


Capt. Yates . . . 5 4^ Swarthy. 


black . 


Black 


Baker 


do 


4 y*. 


Fair .... 


do 


Brown 


Taylor .... 


do 


T^ /T" 

5 6^4 


do .... 


grey . . 


do 


Cooper .... 


do 


5 6^ 


do .... 


brown. 


do 


Labourer . . 


do 


5 2 


do .... 


black . 


do 


do 


do 


5 5^ 


do .... 


blue.. 


do 


do 


do 


5 5% 


do .... 


do . . do 


do 


do 


5 4^ 


do .... 


brown. do 


do 


do 


5 4/ 2 


do .... 


blue . . do 


Taylor .... 


do 


5 7^ 


do .... 


do . . do 


do .... 


do 


5 7 


do .... 


do . . do 


Labourer . . 


do 


5 S 3 /4 


Swarthy. 


black. ;Black 


Weaver . . . 


do ... 5 9 


Fair .... 


do . 


Brown 


Labourer . . 


do 


5 7% 


do .... 


blue . . 


do 


do 


do 


5 2 ^A 


Swarthy. 


do . . 


do 


do 


do . . . 5 4X 


do . 


black . 


Black 


do 


do ... 5 2^A 


Fair .... 


do . 


Brown 


do 


do 


5 ioK 


Molotto 




do 


do 


5 9 


Fair .... 


grey . . 


Brown 


Cordwainer. 


do 


5 7^ 


Swarthy. 


black . 


do 


Taylor .... 


do 


5 2 M 


Fair .... 


blue . . 


do 


Labourer . . 


do 


5 ^A 


do .... 


do . . 


do 


Joiner 


do 


5 9 3 A 


do .... 


grey.. 


Sandy 












i T io-ht- 


Labourer . . 


do 


5 7 J A 


do 


blue . . 


) ^'s 111 - 
\ Brown 












( T icrhr 


do 


do 


5 i# 


do .... 


do .. 


\ L^i It: 11 L 

J 

\ Brown 


do 


do 


5 Stt 


Swarthy. 


grey.. 


Brown 


Barber .... 


do 


5 5^ 


Fair .... 


do .. 


do 



24 



370 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Date of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


Thomas McCarty 


May ii 


44 


Ireland 


Georsie Nixon 


do i 


36 


do 


Patrick Cain 


do i 


36 


do 


Joseph Phillip 


do i 


21 


England . 


William Wildey 


do i 


48 


do 


William Wildey, Jun r 


do i 


17 


Jersey . 


Samuel Gaul 


do 2 


23 


Long Island . . 


John Brooks 


do 6 


34 


Ireland 


Henry Vischer . 


do i 


22 


Germany 


Thomas Anderson 


do i 


21 


Jersey . 


William Lemmon . 


do 18 


21 


Boston 


John Thuston 


April 30 


24 


Hampshire . . . 


Baltus Utter Marks . 


May 1 8 


21 


Germany 


David Porter . . 


April 27 


C2 


Scotland 


William Linkins 


May 2 


72 


Ireland .... 


Andrew Sleaucfh . . 


do ^ 


4O 


Germany 


William Loyal 


do 2 


21 


Albany 


Alexander Martin. . . . 


do Q 


31 


Ireland 


Anthony Wear 


do 3 


38 


Germany 


Alexander McCoy 


do 8 


28 


Ireland 


Jacob Frederick 


do t; 


16 


Mohawks .... 


Frederick Waggoner . 


April 10 


21 


Germany 


O O 

Adam Fix 


May 1 8 


21 


do 


Thomas Caven 


April i T, 


2; 


Ireland 


Timothy Conner .... 


do I ^ 


44 


do 


John Bell . 


do 14. 


48 


Maryland .... 


Zacharia Barr 


do 14 


43 


Ireland 


William Gittey .... 


do 14 


47 


do 


Michael Keough 


do 14 


2<J 


do 


John Chester 


do 14 


46 


England 


Joseph Thuston 


do 14 


24. 


do 


Laurence Hebron 


do 15 


43 


Scotland 


Mathew Dice 


do 14 


26 


Ireland 


James O'Brian 


do 16 


2tJ 


do 


Richard Wool 


do 17 


37 


New York. . . . 


Tames Wage . . 


do 17 


4O 


England . ... 


John Casey 


do 1 7 


2C 


Ireland 


Mathew Brown 


do 18 


^ j 
4O 


do 


James Jackson .... 


do IQ 


4O 


England 











NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 371 



T j 


Officers who 




DESCRIPTIOI 


v OF MEN 


's PERSONS. 


1 rade. 


Inlisted. 


Stature. 


Complex. 


Eyes. 


Hair. 






F. I. 








Butcher . . . 


Capt. Yates . . . 


5 103^ 


Swarthy. 


grey . . 


Brown 


Labourer . . 


do 


5 6 M 


do . 


do . . 


do 


do 


do 


5 234 


Fair .... 


do .. 


do 


do 


do 


5 5 


Swarthy. 


do .. 


do 


do 


do 


5 3 


do . 


do .. 


do 


do 


do 


5 5?4 


Negroe. . 






do 


do 


5 5ti 


do 






Cordwainer. 


do 


5 4 1 /* 


Fair .... 


blue . . 


do 


Hatter 


do 


5 5^ 


Swarthy. 


grey.. 


Brown 


Cordwainer. 


do 


5 5 


Fair. . . . 


do .. 


Sandy 


Carpenter . 


do 


6 5^ 


Swarthy. 


do .. 


Brown 


Labourer . . 


do 


5O 1/4 

/T 


do . 


do .. 


do 


do 


do 


5 2^ 


Fair .... 


do .. 


do 


do 


do 


5 5K 


do .... 


blue . . 


do 


do 


do 


5 23/ 

/T* 


do .... 


do .. 


do 


do 


do 


5 4 


do .... 


do .. 


do 


do 


do 


5 834 


do .... 


black . 


do 


do 


do 


5 4 


do .... 


brown. 


do 


Brewer .... 


do 


5 4 


do .... 


grey . . 


do 


Taylor .... 


do 


5 6% 


do .... 


do .. 


do 


Labourer . . 


do 


5 8 X 


do .... 


do .. 


do 


do 


do 


5 iX 


do .... 


do .. 


do 


do 


do 


5 5X 


do .... 


blue . . 


do 


Taylor .... 


Lieut Ten Eyck 


5 5^ 


Pale .... 


do .. 


do 


Labourer . . 


do 


5 634 


Dark . . . 


do .. 


Black 


do 


do 


5 rA 


Pale .... 


do . . 


Grey 


do 


do 


5 7 1 A 


do .... 


do .. 


do 


Taylor .... 


do 


S 8 


do .... 


do .. 


do 


Brazier .... 


do 


5 3 1 A 


Dark . . . 


do .. 


Black 


Labourer . . 


do 


5 10 


do ... 


brown. 


do 


Clothier . . . 


do 


5 5 


do 


blue . . 


Light 


Labourer . . 


do 


5 2^ 


Ruddy . 


do .. 


do 


Mariner . . . 


do 


5 5% 


Dark . . . 


brown. 


Brown 


Miller 


do 


C 6'3/ 


Fair .... 


do . 


i Light 






J .74 






| Brown 


Hatter 


do 


5 634 


Brown . . 


do . 


Grey 


Cordwainer. 


do 


5 5% 


Fair .... 


do . 


do 


Labourer . . 


do 


5 9^ 


Pale .... 


blue . . 


Brown 


do 


do 


5 5 


Ruddy . 


do .. 


Sandy 


do 


do 


5 % 


Swarthy. 


do .. 


( Black 
1 Grey 



372 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Date of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Where born. 


Daniel Connely 


April 22 


23 


Ireland 


Charles Durose . ... 


do 22 


26 


England 


Hugh Boyls 


do 22 


18 


Ireland 


Michael Donnely 


do 22 


4^ 


do 


Michael Prowler . . 


do 22 


18 


Rhode Island 


Cornelius Mathews 


do 22 


28 


Ireland 


Patrick Mitchel 


do 27 


32 


do 


Roger Connery 


do 27 


26 


do 


George Russel 


May 2 


26 


do 


James Curry 


do 4 


26 


do 


William Green 


do ; 


26 


England 


Samuel Howe 


April i 3 


T.A 


do 


Samuel Wheeler 


May t; 


24 


Esopus 


John Hi^gins 


do ; 


3Q 


Ireland 


John Keaton . 


do 5 


Oy 

2T. 


do 


Richard Tynan 


do 6 


T. I 


do 


Henry Neal 


do 10 


2\ 


do 


Henrv Bribers . 


do 10 


17 


Rhode Island . 


Michael Wall 


do 12 


28 


Ireland . . 


John Porter 


do 12 


18 


Boston 


Morris Whalin 


May 12 


22 


Ireland 


John Syrotjack 


April 17 


4O 


Germany 


Hugh McFalls 


May Q 


41 


Ireland 


Patrick Costogan ... 


April 22 


27 


do 


John Miller 


do 25 


-/ 
28 


German Camp. 


John Baker 


do 25 


26 


Germany 











These may Certifie that the above Named Men being 
Second New York Regiment to the Number of one hundred 
Albany May 2Oth 1761.. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 373 



Trade. 


Officers who 
Inlisted. 


Stature. 


DESCRIPTION OF MEN'S PERSONS. 


Complex. 


Eyes. 


Hair. 






F. I. 








Laborer . . . 


Lieut Ten Eyck 


5 6 


Dark . . . 


brown. 


Black 


do 


clo 


5 6 


do ... 


blue . . 


Brown 


do 


do 


? n */ 


do ... 


do .. 


do 


Miner 


do 


5 7 


do ... 


do 


do 


Laborer . . . 


do 


5 6 


Indian 






Sawyer. . . . 


do 


5 8 


Ruddy . 


blue . . 


Black 


Laborer . . . 


do 


5 i 


Dark . . . 


do .. 


j Black 
( Grey 


do 


do 


5 3 3 A 


do ... 


grey . . 


Brown 


Mariner . . . 


do 


5 l % 


do ... 


blue . . 


Black 


Laborer . . . 


do 


S 6^4 


do ... 


grey . . 


do 


do 


do 


5 5 


do ... 


blue . . 


do 


Taylor .... 


do 


5 6 


Fair .... 


do .. 


do 


Laborer . . . 


do 


5 7 1 / 2 


Dark . . . 


do .. 


Red 


Forgeman . 


do 


5 4*/2 


Ruddy . 


do .. 


( Brown 


Laborer . . . 


do 


5 5 


Fair .... 


do .. 


i Black 
( Brown 


Joiner 


do 


5 4^ 


Swarthy. 


do .. 


\ Black 
\ Brown 




Laborer . . . 


do 


5 8 


Dark . . . 


do .. 


( Black 
( Brown 


do 


do 


5 3 


do ... 


grey . . 


j Black 
j Brown 


do ... 


do 


5 6^> 


do ... 


do .. 


f Black 
| Brown 


do ... 


do 


5 8X 


do ... 


do . . 


( Brown 


Taylor .... 


Lieut Ten Eyck 


5 5^ 


do ... 


blue . . 


Black 


Weaver . . . 


do 


5 6 


Pale .... 


do .. 


Grey 


Laborer . . . 


do 


5 6 


Dark . . . 


do .. 


Brown 


do 


do 


5 I0 /^ 


Swarthy. 


brown. 


do 


Carpenter . 


Capt Yates .... 


5 7K 


Dark . . . 


blue . . 


j Light 
") Brown 


Laborer . . . 


do 


5 7 


do ... 


grey.. 


Brown 



pass'd Muster for Capt. Christopher Yates Company in the 
and three, Officers including. 

by 

GOOSE VAN SCHAICK, Lt. Coll. 

MYND T ROOSEBOOM, Lt. Coll. 



374 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 

DEFOREEST'S COMPANY, 

Abraham Deforeest, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Joseph Noblit 


April 8 


28 


John Novvland 


do 8 


21 


Will" 1 Price 


do o 


2O 


Remond Depome 


do Q 


25 


John Botee 


do Q 


21 


John Gotee 


do Q 


24 


Anthony Teruce 


do 1 1 


25 


Anthony Corand 


do 1 1 


25 


Denne Bechee 


do 1 1 


4O 


IO John Valentine 


do 14 


2O 


James Welch 


do 14 


27 


Peter Defort 


do 15 


3O 


Anthony Rose 


do 16 


3O 


Peter Free 


do 27 


24 


Benj a- Davison 


do 27 


46 


Rob t- Krvin 


do 27 


2O 


John Isaac's 


do 27 


26 


Walter Carol 


do T.O 


38 


Benj 3 ' Frasier 


May 1 1 


24 


20 Alex r - Clark 


do 1 1 


36 


Christopher Jenkins 


do 1 1 


34 


Aaron Kinp" . . 


do 12 


45 


o 

Martin Dorin 


do K 


18 


Henry Harris 


do 15 


40 


Tho s- Nicholson 


do 16 


18 


John Shermon 


do 16 


30 


John Stanley 


do 17 


21 


David Power 


do 17 


4Q 


John Delfort 


do 17 


25 


30 Fran 5 Smith . 


do 17 


41 


~f 

George Simmons . 


do 17 


20 


o 

Christopher Clopur . 


do 17 


21 


Dennis Boyle 


do 1 8 


4O 


Patrick M c Guire 


do 18 


38 


Normand M c Donald 


do 18 


44 


Patrick Collins . 


do 22 


40 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 375 



THE COUNTY OF NEW YORK FOR CAPTAIN ABRAHAM 
APRIL 1761. 



John Visscher, ) T . 

' > Lieutenants. 



W T here born. 


Trade. 


Officers who inlisted. 


Stature. 


Ireland 


Yeoman 


Capt Deforeest . . 


5 8^ 


do 


\Veaver . . 


do 


$ 6 1 / 


London 


Peruke Maker 


do 


c tV 2 


Germany 


Labourer . 


do 


j j /* 

c c^ 


do 


do 


do 


t; 7 


do 


do 


do 


j / 

e 4 1/ 


do 


Weaver . . . 


do 


5 8 1 / 


do 


Labourer 


do 


t c 


do 


do . . 


do 


c c 


New York 


Cordwainer .... 


do 


6 i 


Old England. . . 


Merchant 


do 


*> Q 


Germany 


Labourer 


do 


c 


Ireland 


Goldsmith 


do 


c 10^ 


Germany 


Labourer 


do 


^ 7 


Scotland 


Butcher 


do 


c c 


Ireland 


Carpenter 


do 


$ 7 


Germany 


Labourer 


do 


e 6 


Ireland 


Mariner 


do 


c 6 


Old England. . . 


do 


do 


c c 


Scotland 


Weaver 


do 


5 6 


Virginia 


Mariner ... 


do 


; 8 1 / 


o 

New York 


do 


do 


j v /* 

5 10 


Ireland 


do 


do 


t c 


Germany 


Labourer . . 


do 


s> 2^4 


Old England. . . 


Mariner . .' 


do 


C 2 1 A 


Germany 


do 


do 


c 7^ 


do 


Taylor 


do 


5 2 


Ireland 


Mariner 


do 


t 6y 2 


Old England. . . 


do 


do 


S i% 


Germany 


Goldsmith 


do 


5 6 


do 


Mariner. 


do 


"5 6 


Spaniard 


Labourer 


do 


^ 2 


Ireland 


do 


do 


^ 7*A 


do 


do 


do 


c 1*4 


Scotland 


do 


do 


C I 


Ireland . 


Mariner. . 


do 


; 6 



376 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Tho s Browne 


May 21 


45 


Dennis Anderson 


do 2O 


22 


James Morgan 


do 22 


4C 


40 Tho s ' Burk 


do 21 


30 


George Guest . 


do S 


21 


John Thomas, Sen 1 " 


do 8 


3O 


James M c Farling 


do 14 


36 


George Dempsey 


do 14 


3O 


James Bogers 


do 15 


2; 


Fran s- Bidmon 


do 18 


24 


Tho s - Griffith 


do i ; 


24 


Thos. Griffin 


do 19 


27 


Rob 1 Gray 


do i 5 


4^ 


50 Henry Moreland 


do n 


33 


Joseph Simmons 


do is 


21 


John Bolt 


do 17 


22 


Francis White 


do 14 


T.Q 


James Churchill 


April 18 


26 


Tho s Darby 


May 22 


27 


George Fearley 


do 21 


21, 


John Daily 


do 20 


27 


John Tillman 


April 10 


H 


John Howard 


May 21 


26 


60 Rob' Carpenter 


do 20 


24 


John Pearsley 


do 21 


24 


William Wharton 


do 8 


IQ 


Joseph Beaty 


do 15 


T.Q 


Andrew Mannell 


do 14 


'IT. 


Mathias Horngrave . 


do iq 


2? 


Edward Dyer 


do 15 


56 


John Flemming 


do IQ 


$0 


Neal M c Colister 


do 21 


26 


John M c Cormick 


do 17 


47 


70 Tho s- Williams 


do 10 


4"? 


Henry Higgins 


do Q 


2^ 


Dennis Mahany 


do 21 


23 


John Shirley ... 


do 14 


41 


John Tucker 


do n 


2^ 


God fry Myer 


do 14 


38 


Rob' Werry 


do 14 


?c 


Marias Sodar 


do 15 


2O 


Nicho 5 Moss . 


do 14 


20 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761 



77 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who inlisted. 


Stature. 


Old England. .. 


Mariner 


Capt Deforeest . . 


c ty 2 


Norway 


do 


do 


^ 8 


Philadelphia . . . 


Carpenter 


L l - Welsh . . . 


5 6^ 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


c 10 


Old England. . . 


Mariner 


do 


t Q 


Ireland 


do 


do 


J ;? 

C Ql4 


do 


Labourer 


do ... . 


j y/ z 

^ ^y> 


do 


Mariner 


do 


j j /* 

^ 8 


Holland 


do 


do 


C 2 


Ireland 


Tallow Chandler 


do 


C T. 


Scotland 


Mariner 


do 


C C 


Old England. . . 


Carpenter 


do 


5 6 


Scotland 


Mariner 


do 


$ 8 


London 


Taylor 


do 


C 3 


Portugal 


Mariner 


do 


"5 6 


London 


do 


do 


^ 4. 


Old England . . 


do 


do 


t, 10 


New York 


Baker 


do 


5 6 


Maryland 


Mariner 


do 


5 6 


Ireland 


do 


do 


$ io*A 


Boston 


do 


do 


5 2^ 


Germany 


Cordwainer .... 


do ... . 


; 854 


London 


Mariner 


do ... . 


c c 


do 


Coach Maker. . . 


do ... . 


c c 


Old England. . . 


Mariner 


do 


*> 8^ 


Virginia 


do 


do 


5 8K 


Ireland . . 


Ship Carpenter . 


do 


5 6 


Germany 


Baker 


do 


^ 4. 


Norway . . . 


Mariner 


do 


e 6 


Ireland 


do 


do 


"s Q 


do 


do 


do 


c A.y 2 


do 


Labourer 


do 


^ 10 


do 


Mariner 


do .... 


5 8^ 


Wales 


Labourer 


do 


c 3^ 


Ireland 


Mariner 


do 


^ 3 


do 


do 


do 


^ 4- 


Old England. . . 


Taylor 


do 


t 8 


do 


Mariner 


do 


$ 7 


Hamburgh . . 


do 


do 


t 6 


Scotland .... 


Doctor 


do 


c 6 


Portugal 


Mariner 


do 


c i 


Old England. . 


do 


do 


t; ; 



378 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


J ohn Doyle 


May 16 


38 


80 Frederick Dawson 


do 20 


2C 


Tho s- Jones 


do 8 


40 


Obad h- Cunningham. , 


do 15 


25 


Nicho 8 Talleen 


do ic 


40 


Walter M c Guire 


do IQ 


50 


Walter Harris 


y 
do 14 


2C 


Conrat Cor [....,] 


do 


3C 


Quan Sanquale 


do 17 


2; 


Philip Castalo 


do 14 


26 


John Thomas, Jun r- 


do 16 


22 


90 Tho s - Sullivan 


do i 


21 


John Moore 


do 20 


2Q 


John MKim 


do 21 


y 

CQ 


Anthony Soron 


do 20 


Jy 
26 


Brintho WinTer 


do 2 1 


26 


Neal M c Neal 


do 2 1 


3O 


Tho s Bran in 


do 21 


22 


John Pryce 


do 22 


28 


Malcolm M c Courry 


do 22 


2O 


Edw d - Giles 


do 23 


41 


100 W m Gordon 


do 23 


23 


Antho y- Cavinach 


do 23 


3C 


James M c Cormick 


do 23 


28 


Joseph Ward 


do 23 


32 


John Cozens 


do 23 


4C 


Hend. Steel 


do 23 


HO 
2O 


George Cross 


do 24 


27 


John M c Clean 


do 24 


4O 


Mathew Banks 


do 23 


24 


Henry Hall 


do 23 


AC 


1 10 Johannes Hogoland 


do 25 


28 


Joseph Roderick 


do 22 


42 


Thomas Tryton 


do 24 


2C 


1 13 William Collins 


do 2; 


~ j 
23 









The foregoing being One Capt. One Lieut. & One hun- 
In Capt.Abra. Deforeest's Co. for City & County of New York. 






NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 379 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who inlisted. 


Stature. 


Ireland . . . 


Mariner 


L 4 - Welsh 


c 6 


Holland 


Labourer 


do 


5 2 


Old England. 


Ship Carpenter . 


do 


c 71^ 


New London 


Mariner 


do 


6 


Germany ... . 


do 


do 


c T.y> 


Ireland 


do 


do 


c Ay 2 


Old England 


do 


do 


j **/* 

c 6 


Norway 


do 


do 


c 714 


Spaniard 


do 


do 


C AV 2 


do 


do 


Capt Deforeest . . 


6 


\Vales 


do 


L f Welsh 


I 6 J A 


Ireland . . . 


Tanner & Currier 


do 


J w /2 
C A 


do ... 


Mariner 


L l Visscher 


: 7 


do ... 


Labourer 


do 


c 6 


Italian . . ' . 


Mariner 


do 


c 6 


Germany . , 


do 


do 


c 7 


Highlands . 


Labourer 


do 


f 73/ 


Scotland 


Mariner 


do 


5 6 


Old England 


do 


L*- Welsh 


c ty, 


o 

Ireland . 


do 


do 


j j / ^ 
5 2 


Old England 


Carpenter 


do 


C AV 2 \ 


Ireland 


Mariner 


do 


C C 


do 


do 


do 


c 10 


do 


do 


do 


5 8 


New York 


Cooper 


Capt Deforeest . . 


c 7 


Old England 


Mariner 


L 1 - Welsh 


c c 


Amsterdam 


Mariner 


Capt Deforeest . . 


J J 

c <\y> 


Germany 


Mason 


do 


j y/* 

^ ^ 


Ireland 


Cordwainer .... 


L*- Welsh 


S 6*A 


Old England 


Marriner 


Capt Deforeest 


c 10 


Ireland 


do 


L 1 - Welsh . 


D w 

c c 


Denmark .... 


do 


Capt Deforeest 


e QV 2 


Portugal 


do 


L t- Visscher 


j y/* 

c c 


Old England . . . 


Labourer 


Capt Deforeest 


J J 

; 6i/ 


Dublin 


Mariner 


L 1 - Welsh .... 


J W /Z 

t 8 











New York 26 May 1761. 

dred & thirteen men where Musterd & Approv'd off by me 

MICH. THODEY. 



3 8o 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED & PASS'D IN Y E 

MAY 28 



Captain, Peter Harris. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Date of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Barth. Hagebom 


April ii 


22 


Ezechiel Spicor 


do 1 1 


21 


Syles Camfield . 


do U 


2O 


Samuel Moore 


do 15 


22 


Calib Rundiels 


May 8 


27 


Simon Schout, jun 


April 5 


16 


Henry Joyslin 


do 15 


18 


Joshua Dikinson 


do 17 


18 


Samuel Joslin 


do 21 


18 


Nathan Fisk 


do 16 


20 


Noah Bendick 


do 16 


16 


David Blakly 


do 16 


20 


Thomas Freeman . 


do 10 


2<; 


James Fienly 


do 12 


30 


Daniel Talmaere . 


do 16 


IQ 


o 

John Crippen 


do 20 


41 


Joseph Beavin 


May 2 


16 


Silvanes Wolabay ... 


April 2O 


27 


David Stourdafer.t 


do 17 


2\ 


Isaac German 


do 12 


33 


Will" 1 - Roadman 


do 22 


16 


Eja Purkins 


do 1 5 


IQ 


Philip Roberts 


do 2O 


T.Q 


Samuel Tuttle 


do 22 


jy 

2T, 


Henry Rundalls 


do 20 


J 

IQ 


Joseph Attwell 


May IO 


y 

2Q 


Richard Wheal 


April 30 


y 

33 


Ezekiel Mott 


do IQ 


23 


Isaac Burnett 


do 19 


2? 


Henry Ostrum 


do 1 1 


j 
2O 


Abraham Swartwout 


do 1 1 


18 


Azaik Kean 


do 30 


22 


Beniamin Post . 


do 24. 


27 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 38 



COUNTY OF DUTCHESS FOR CAPT. PETER HARRIS'S COMPANY 
1761. 



Simon Barber, ) 

Hobart Stanbrough, j 



Lieutenants. 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Officers who Inlisted. 


Stature. 


Dutches County. 


Labourer . . 


Capt Harris . . 


F. I. 

C Q 


Conachticut .... 


do 


do 


J y 

5 6 


Saylum 


do 


do 


c 7 


Long Island .... 


Weaver 


do 


j / 
5 8 


Conachticut .... 


do 


do 


C Q 


C. of Dutches. . . 


Labourer 


do 


C C 


New England . . . 


do 


do 


C I 


Boston 


Cordwainer 


do ... 


S 8 


Oblong 


Labourer 


do 


C C 


Boston 


Taylor 


do 


^ 7 


New England . . . 


Labourer 


do 


^ TO 


New Heaven . . . 


do 


do 


5 8 


England . 


do 


do 


H 7 


o 

Ireland 


do 


do 


^ 3 


N. England . 


do 


do 


^ 4. 


o 

do 


do 


do 


^ 7 


West Chester . . . 


do 


do 


5 8 


N. England .... 


Cordwainer 


do 


^ 4. 


\Vest Chester 


Labourer 


do 


C 1 1 


England 


Weaver 


do 


5 8 


Rhode Island . . . 


Cooper 


do 


^ 7 


do 


Labourer 


do ... 


^ Q 


do 


do 


do 


j y 

6 i 


Dutches 


do 


do 


5 8 


N. England .... 


do 


do 


^ 4. 


do 


do 


do 


$ 8 


England 


do 


do 


^ 7 


N. England 
Dutches 


Black Smith.... 
C. Wainer 


do .... 
do 


5 7 

C Q 


do 


Labourer 


do 


^ 10 


do 


do 


do 


6 i 


Lon" Island 


Weaver 


do 


^ 10 


o 

do 


Tavlor 


do 


; 7 



3 82 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Date of 

Inlistment. 


Age. 


Eliah Gurry 


April 21 


30 


Thorn. Roadman 


May 2 


2O 


John Willson 


April 28 


28 


Will" 1 - Shearer 


do 28 


20 


Michel Gape 


do i$ 


23 


Joseph Sellout 


May ^ 


16 


John Johnson 


April 21 


22 


Joseph Bakell 


do 30 


4.O 


James Wing 


May 2 


18 


Friederick Harper 


do 21 


4-8 


John Poulet 


April 10 


28 


John Paradise 


May 1 1 


27 


John Smalling 


do i 


22 


Will" 1 Moore 


April 10 


T.Q 


John Kean 


May 6 


Jy 
^O 


Peter Bartier 


April 10 


^3 


Ebenezer Own 


May I 


oj 
2C 


Corn 5 \Vood 


April 10 


* 3 
^6 


David Carter 


May 6 


T.-1 


Will" 1 - Blair 


do ^ 


JJ 
T.I 


James Heas 


do 6 


26 


Titus Tyler - 


April 24 


T.A 


Dan 1 Sullavin 


do 22 


26 


Jn' Vandebogert 


do 15 


T.C 


Henry Keep 


do 10 


JJ 

4^ 


Mind. Vandebogert 


do 12 


4Q 


Damon Bartly 


do 1 3 


T-y 
18 


John Katney 


May 20 


21 


Martin Sieman 


April 10 


22 


Gorge Colman 


May ^ 


2T. 


Andrew Sther (?) 


do ; 


IQ 






l y 



These may Certify that the above Named Men being 
Company to the Number of one Capt. two Lieutanants & 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1 76 1; 383 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Officers who Inlisted. 


Stature. 


W. Chester 


Labourer 


Capt Harris 


F. I. 

c 7 


Rhode Island . . . 


Cooper 


do 


j / 

C Q 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


J 7 

^ 6 


do 


do 


do 


j w 

C TO 


Germany 


Mason 


do 


J lt ~' 

I 6 


Dutches Co 


Cordwainer 


do 


c 6 


England 


Cooper .... 


do 


c c 


Germany 


Paper Maker 


do' 


J J 

c 7 


Dutches Co .... 
Germany 


Black Smith 
Carpenter . . 


do 
do 


j / 

5 i 

C 2 


Tarsev . 


Baker 


do 


J J 

e 7 


Germany 


Taylor . . 


do 


j / 

c 7 


Long Island .... 


Labourer 


do 


j / 

C 


Ireland 


Taylor . . 


do 


C A 


do 


Schoolmaster 


do 


J *t 

$ 6 


Germany 


Labourer . . . 


do 


j w 

C Q 


N. England .... 


do 


do 


J y 

C C 


Jersey . 


do .... 


do 


c 7 


Ireland 


do ... . 


do 


j / 
e A 


do 


do 


do 


j *t 

f A 


do 


do 


do 


j *r 

C A 


N. England .... 


Clother 


do 


6 2 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


c 7 


Dutches Co .... 


do 


do 


C ^2 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


c 7 


do 


Weaver 


do 


C A 


do 


Labourer 


do 


c c 


do 


Cooper 


do 


c c 


Germany 


Labourer . . 


do 


J J 

c c 


do 


do 


do 


J J 

c c 


Dutches County. 


do 


do 


e 7 


j 






j / 



pass'd Muster for the County Dutchess and in Capt Harris's 
Sixty four private men by 

GOOSE VAN SCHAICK. 



384 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED 
Jesse Platt, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Timothy Culver 


May 21 


20 


James Shadok 


April 24 


18 


Thorn 8 ' Cuffs, Mustee 


May 7 


20 


Mortis, Indian 


April 24 


18 


Jacob Serute, Indian 


June I 


45 


Jacob, Indian 


April 24 


17 


David Nickols. . . 


do 24 


21 


Sharper, Mustee 


do 24 


16 


Peter Frasier 


do 28 


25 


Michael Crosby 


do 28 


33 


Rdward James 


May 4 


18 


Thorn 5 Ruland 


April 24 


19 


Isaac Smith 


do 20 


1 9 


Henry Miller 


do 20 


20 


Daniel Sampson, Mustee 


do 20 


20 


John Gurley 


do 10 


2 3 


Sam 1 - M c Master. ... 


do 14 


17 


James Smith 


do 29 


20 


Jesse Jarot . . 


do 29 


21 


James Sambo, Mustee 


do 27 


19 


Abraham Samson, Mustee 


do 29 


19 


Cornelius Clerk 


May 20 


33 


Wil m - Ward 


April 29 


17 


Jeffery Arthur, Indian 


do 29 


19 


Wil m Hunter 


do n 


29 


Ge' Gardiner 


do 30 


30 


Jo s ' Cushaw 


do 30 


23 


Cornelius Joyce 


do 30 


30 


Ludlow Clerk 


do 30 


19 


Jacob Whitsell 


do 30 


18 


Amos Lane, Indian 


May i 


28 


Benj n- Toms 


do 2 


21 


Caleb, Indian 


do 2 


27 


Wil m Nesbat 


do 12 


21 


Joseph Story 


do 6 


25 


Joseph Shepaws, Indian 


do 12 


21 


John Stedman . , 


do M 


21 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 



AND PASSED IN THE COUNTY OF SUFFOLK. 

Daniel Roe, ) T . 

> Lieutenants. 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Officers who In- 
listed them. 


Stature. 


Connecticut 


Labourer 


Dan 1 - Roe . . . 


F. I. 

c 8^ 


Liverpool 


do 


do 


c 454 


Brookh Suffolk Co.. . 


do 


do 


5 7 


Suffolk Co 


do 


do 


$ 7 


do 


do 


do 


^ 7 


do 


do 


do 


*> 4. 


Brookh. Suffolk Co. . 


do 


do 


e. T. 


do 


do 


do 


C 2 


North Brittain 


Brewer 


Capt Platt . . 


C T. 


Ireland 


Ropemaker 


do 


$ 2 


Philadelphia 


Labourer 


do 


5 5 


Suffolk Co 


do 


do 


5 8 


do 


Shoe Maker . . . 


do 


5 


do 


do 


do 


5 5^ 


do 


do 


do 


5 ^ l /> 


Ireland 


Bricklayer 


do 


5 4 


do 


Labourer 


do 


5 5 


Suffolk Co 


do 


do 


5 4 


do 


do 


do 


5 6 


do 


do 


do 


5 4 


do 


do 


do 


5 6 1 A 


do 


do 


do 


x 7 


do 


do 


do 


"5 o 


do 


do 


do 


5 


Ireland 


do 


do 


5 \o l /2 


do 


do 


do 


5 n l A 


London 


do 


do 


5 10 


Ireland 


Shurgeon 


do 


5 6 


Suffolk Co 


Labourer 


do 


c 5 


Dublin 


do 


do 


5 6 


Suffolk Co 


Soldier 


do 


5 8 


New Jersey 


do 


do 


5 7 


Suffolk County 


do 


do 


"5 7 


New York . 


do 


do 


5 6 


New England 


Joyner 


do 


5 8 


Suffolk County . . 


Labourer 


do 


5 6 


London . 


Mariner . 


do 


5 8 



25 



3 86 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


John Townsend 


May 1 3 


James Collins 


do 15 


James Fargeson 


do 15 


Mathew Whalling 


do 18 


Chal s - M c Carteny 


do 18 


Hu CT h MFarling 


do 18 


Dinis Harington 


do 1 8 


John Diniston 


do 20 


James Buchanan 


do 21 


James Robeson 


do 2^ 


John Burk 


do 20 


John Fit/herald 


do 25 


Alix Wishat 


do 3O 


Hugh Rogers 


June i 


Jacob Ruland 


April 30 


Abner Indian 


May 4 


Kdward Fling 


Tune o 


Christoph r ' Crouch 


April 20 


John Roe 


May 25 


Rob r Bruise 


April 20 


Anthony Bastien 


May 15 


Tho s Centurian, Mullato 


April 20 


60 John Rynders 


June 1 1 







Age. 



33 
2 9 
2 9 

25 

27 

37 
4i 

27 

20 

25 
25 
21 

30 
30 
38 

18 
30 

22 
30 
25 
23 
19 
24 



The above being one Capt. one Lieut, and Sixty Men 
Suffolk County by I> Geo. Muirson. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 

HAIGHT'S COMPANY 

Jonathan Haight, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Francis Phillips . 
John Edwards. . . 
Thomas Marshal 



Day of 
Inlistment. 



Aprill 27 
do 13 
do 17 



Age. 



21 

50 
25 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Officers who In- 
listed them. 


Stature. 


Ireland .... 


Brewer 


Capt Platt 


F. /. 

c c 


do 


Soldier 


do 


.; j 


North Brittain . . 


Bricklayer 


do 


<; 8 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 




do 


Mariner 


do 


^ A l /> 


do 


do 


do 




do 


do 


do 


C Q 


do 


do 


do 


j y 

c 7 


Suffolk Co 


Soldier 


do 


j / 
c jo 


Ireland 


do 


do 


^ A 


do 


do 


do 


; 6 


do 


do 


do 


J w 


Scotland 


do 


do 


<> 6 


Dublin 


do 


do 




Kin^s Co. . 


do 


do 


c 8 


o 

Suffolk Co 


do 


do 


c c 


Ireland 


do 


do 


J J 

c 7 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


j / 

^ Q 


Ireland . .... 


Brewer 


do 


J y 

S 6 


Connecticut 


Labourer . . 


do 


C A 


Switzerland ...... . 


do 


do 


J *T 

C C 


West Indies 


do 


L< Welsh . . . 


s 4 


Germany. . 


do 


do 


c; A 



where Raisd & pass'd Muster in Capt. Platt's Company in 

MlCH. TllODEY. 



THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER FOR CAPTAIN JONATHAN 
I ST JUNE 1761. 

Richard Hughson, ) r . 

T j . c , ' > Lieutenants. 

Benj. Stevenson, 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who inlisted. 


Stature. 


Germany 


Laborour .... 


Lieut Benj Stevenson 


F. I. 

5 6 


North Wales . . . 
Old England . . . 


do 
do 


do 
do 


5 4 
5 4 



3 88 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Day of 
Inlistment. 



Age. 



Thomas Rockwood j Aprill 12 19 

Benjamin Fowler do 12 20 

Thomas Fox do 29 31 

John M c Daniels do 4 24 

James Grouse ; do 17 

i 

Michael Dwirk j May 5 

James Graves i Aprill 27 

John Smith i May 15 

James Steward Aprill 18 19 

Joseph Gillyes ! do 10 

William Muet i May 1 5 37 

Michael Miller do 17 39 

Enos Smith i do 10 28 

John M c Cormick Aprill 6 36 

Robert Smith ; do 27 27 

John M c Collina ! do 6 31 

Marthew Hollind May 21 28 

Robert Torkner Aprill 16 32 

John Bryer | May 24 20 

Alexander Richerson : Aprill 10 25 

John Dalide i do 12 25 

John Evans i do 17 22 

Nicholas Welsh ; do 1 2 40 

Nicholas Cough i May 10 50 

John Martin , Aprill 9 22 

Nicholas Goodwill , do 6 23 

Peter Barto do i i 22 

Phillip Goiteer do 27 27 

Stephen Molett j do 17 23 

John Baudree do 20 24 

William Huchings do 10 20 

Daniel Worden June i 25 

Hendrick Stine Aprill 20 23 

Nicholas Depew May I 19 

Henry Budfill Aprill 21 22 

Peter Mills May i 20 

Gilbert Travis Apiill 17 19 

Abraham Yeamans J May 19 30 

Jonathan Welsh j Aprill 9 28 

Jonathan Lawrance ! do 24 19 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1 76 1. 



389 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who inlisted. 


Stature. 


Old England . 


Weever 


Lieut Benj Stevenson 


F. I. 

c 7 


o 

Westchester Co. 


do 


do 


c c 


North Hamp- \ 
ton,O d Engl. j 
North Scotland. 
Sussex Old) 
England . . . . j 
Ireland 


Mariner 
Laborour .... 
do 
do 


do 
do 
do 
do 


J J 

5 5 
5 4 
5 i 
5 10 


North do 


do 


do 


C TO 


Old England . . . 


Wever 


j 

do 


J 1V -* 
C o 


Pensilvania 


Laborour . 


do 


r c 


Switserland .... 


Berber 


do 


D o 

c c 


Scotland 


Laborour 


do 


J J 

c 7 


Germany 


do 


do 


j / 

C A 


Loner Island . , 


Wever 


do 


J *+ 
C A 


Ireland 


Laborour 


do 


c 7 


do 


Cordwinder 


do 


j / 


do 


Miller 


do 


C TO 


do 


Cordwinder 


do 


J lv -* 

c 8 


North Brittain. . 
W r estchester Co. 
Scotland 


Laborour .... 
do 
Cordwinder . . 


do 
do 
do 


3 " 

5 8}^ 
5 9^ 

e 7 


Switserland .... 


Taylor 


do 


j / 
c; A 


Pensilvania 


Laborour . . 


do 


j *r 

r 7 


Ireland 


Masoner . . 


do 


j / 
e 8 


Germany 


Laborour 


do 


j u 

5 6 


Irehind 


do 


do 


c c 


Switserland .... 
Old France 


do 
do 


do 
do 


J J 

5 8^ 

e 7 


Switserland .... 
Old Spain . 


do 
do 


do 
do 


j / 

5 6 

c c 


Brest 


do 


do 


J J 
c c 


West Indias .... 


do 


Capt Haight 


J J 

5 6 


Connecticut 


Toy ner , 


do 




Germany 


Laborour 


Lieut Huo"hson . . . 


c c 


West Chester Co. 


do 


Capt. Haight 


J J 

5 8 


Lon 01 " Island .... 


Weever 


do 


c TO 


Dutches Co .... 


Laborour .... 


do 


j lv -' 

c 7 


Westchester Co . 


do .. . 


do 




do 


do 


do 


c 8 


Connecticut .... 


Cordwinder . . 


do 


C Q 


Westchester Co. 


Laborour . 


do 


6 



390 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day o 
Inlistme 

May 
do 
Aprill 
do 
May 
Aprill 
May 
do 
do 
do 
Aprill 
May 
Aprill 
do 
May 
Aprill 
do 
do 
May 

Aprill 

May 

Aprill 
May 
Aprill 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
May 

do 

Aprill 
do 


f 

nt. 
I I 

8 
II 
8 
16 

21 

8 
18 

2 
22 
14 

8 
17 
13 
5 
17 
'7 

9 
18 

20 

I 

30 

I 

30 
30 
27 
27 
27 
13 

22 

13 
I 

6 

22 
13 

16 
i 

22 
24 


Age. 


Jacob Parrish 


2 4 

23 
24 
21 

!9 

2O 

24 
23 
30 
27 

23 
17 
26 

23 

18 

23 

22 
21 
19 

'{ 
"I 

20 

35 
1 8 

29 

23 
18 

24 
50 
48 
36 

35 
20 
28 

22 
22 

'{ 

21 
2O 


Nathaniel Boyinton 


Isaac Akerly 


Nathaniel lacker . 


Charles Vincent 


Edward Brown 


Ebenzer Robison ... ... 


Samuel Wording 


John More 


James Walker . . . . . 


Abraham Depew 


James Nesson 


John Pull in 


Peter Partrich 


Daniel Farington 


Mattice Catterling 


Jacob Travis 


William Southworth 


Nathaniel Wording . 


O 

James Done 


Nathaniel Finch 


John Langdon 


James Acklcs 


William Finch 


John Sorine 


Jedediah Davis 


William Hughson 


Edward Dielinp" 


o 

John Thomas 


Henry Smith 


Jacob Shearman 


Samuel Selvens 


John Burk 


John Willson 


Francis Fountain 


Gabriel Hughson 


David Cash 


Joseph Grean 


Henrv Scot . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 39! 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who inlisted. 


Stature. 


Connecticut 


Laborour . . . . 


Capt. Haight 


F. I. 

*> 7 


do . . 


do 


do 


q Q*A 


Long Island .... 


do 


do 


^ Q 


Connecticut .... 


do 


do 


5 8 


Dutches Co .... 


Black Smith . . 


do 


S. Q 


Albany .... 


Laborour .... 


do 


C I 


Boston 


do 


do 


^ Q 


Connecticut .... 


Black Smith. . 


do 


"> Q 1 / 


Dublin 


Weever 


do 


C 4 1 / 


Scotland 


Laborour .... 


do 


^ Q 


Westchester Co. 


do 


do 


6 4 


do 


do 


do 


c o 


Old England . . . 


do 


do 


C 4 


Norwich, Conn 


do 


do 


^ 7 


Lonsf Island . 


do . .. 


do 


C 4 


o 

Germany 


do 


do 


$ Q 


Westchester Co. 


do 


do 


$ Q 


Connecticut .... 


Cordvvinder . . 


do 


5 4 


do 


Laborour .... 


do 


t; 10^ 


Westchester ) 


do 


Lieut Hughson . 


; 10 */> 


Co. Oblong . ( 
Westchester ) 


do 


do 


C 3 i/., 


Co. Oblong . f 
Ireland 


do 


do 


j j / - 

1 Q 


Westchester Co. 


do 


do 


$ Q 


do 


do 


do 


; io'/ 


do 


do 


do 


c c 


Long Island 


do 


do 


; V-4 


W^estchester Co 


do 


do 


5 8 


Ireland 


Weever 


do 


c q i ,; 


City Lirnbreck. . 


Laborour .... 


do 


c c 


Ireland 


Cooper 


do 


S 6 


Staten Island 


Hous Carpen tr ' 


do 


c 4 


Old England 


Laborour .... 


do 


>> 7 


Ireland . . 


Mariner 


do 


*, Q 


Old England 


do 


do 


C I 


Switserland 


Gardner 


do 


e 6 


\Vestchester Co 


Laborour .... 


do 


$ 2 


Dutches Co. ) 


Cooper 


do 


$ 10 


Quaker Hill. j 
Scotland 


do 


do . ... 


5 9^ 


Wesrrhesrer Co. 


Laborour . 


Caot Hai^ht . 


; 7 J 4 



392 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Peter Simmons . . 


May 2 


IQ 


William Beacon, Serjeant 


Aprill 12 


30 


Thomas Hughson 


do 1 1 


22 


John Scot 


do 5 


17 


Thomas \Vanser 


do I 


22 


Jess Arnold 


do 25 


17 


Osrelsbev Drake . 


do 27 


25 


o J 

Josiah Smith, Serjeant 


do 1 1 


24 


Alexander M c Grigery 


do 1 1 


24 


John Kinhade 


do 21 


27 


John Cuff 


May <; 


21 


Samuel Hughson 


Aprill 13 


21 









The above being one Captain two Lieutenants and ninety 
Haight's Company for the County off Westchester. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 

CAPTAIN RICHARD REA'S 



Richard Rea, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 

Albany Co. 

Richard George 

James M c Namarro\v 

Edward Brennon 

Henry Weeler 

Michael White 

Samuel Beaty 

Walter M c Collister 

Michael Smith 

Stephen Mason 

James M c Crindell 

Jones Gray 

James Mansfield 

Robert M c Crackan 

Stephen Blundon 

John Cook 

Nathanael Shiphard 

John M c Cew 



Day of 
Inlistment. 



27 

21 

21 

I 



April 14 

do 14 

do 14 

do 

do 

do 

May 

April 25 

do 20 

do 16 

do 17 

May i 

April 24 

May 14 

April 24 

May 14 

do 14 



Age. 



28 

45 

40 

21 

4 8 

18 

24 
26 

27 

34 
48 

30 

21 

54 
33 
46 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 393 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who inlisted. 


Stature. 


Pensilvania .... 


Laborour .... 


Lieut Hughson 


F. I. 

C C 


Old England 


do 


Lieut. Horton 


^ I I 


\Vestchester Co 


do 


do 


^ 8^ 


do 


do 


do 


c ty, 


Loner Island 


Weaver 


Lieut Hughson . 


6 V 2 


& 

Dutches Co . . 


Laborour .... 


o 

do 


^ I 


Westchester Co. 


do 


Lieut. Horton 


C T. 


Connecticut 


Cordwinder . . 


Capt Haight 


C I I 


Scotland ... 


Laborour .... 


Lieut Hughson 


^ 6 


Connecticut .... 


do 


Capt Haight 


t> 1 1 


New York 


do 


Lieut. Horton 


5 6 


\Vestchester Co. 


do 


Lieut. Hughson 


C Q^ 











four men where Musterd and approv'd off for Cap* Jonathan 

by me 
GEO. BREWERTON, Jun r Coll. 

THE COUNTYS OF ALBANY ULSTER & DUTCHES FOR 
COMPANY APRIL 1761. 

Derrick Wynkoop. ) T . 

> Lieutenants. 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who inlisted. 


Stature. 


England 


Labourer 


Capt. Rea 


5 


Ireland 


do 


do 


5 9/4 


do 


do 


do 


S 6/S2 


Co. of Albany . . . 


Carpenter 


do 


5 ^ /2 


do 


do 


do 


5 65^ 


do 


do 


do 


c 7 


Schotland 


do 


do 


3* 


Ireland 


Taylor 


do 




Pensilvania 


Cordwinder .... 


do 


* 7 ^ 


Schotland 


Labourer 


do 


5 8 


do 


Sleigh Maker. . 


do 


c 7 


Ireland . 


o 

\Veaver 


do 


5 8* 


do 


Taylor 


do 


c 7 


England 


Labourer 


do 


5 IO 


Ireland . ... 


do 


do .... 




London 


Cooper 


do 


j? .y 


Ireland . 


Tavlor . , 


do 


<; 8 



394 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN>S NAMKS ' InhXntt. 


Age. 


Frederick Berney May 3 


26 


John London, negro April 27 


4O 


Edward Thompson do 17 


20 


Thomothy Glisson do 17 


48 


\Villiam \Voodford .... do 26 


41 


Dutches Co. 
W m Brichhett May 4 


2^ 


Charles Boils do 1 1 


23 


Daniel Sawyer do 1 1 


21 


William Mardick do 16 


32 


Obediah Robbins. . April 13 


26 


i J- *J 

Ulster Co. 
W m - Witehead do 28 


26 


Francis Robbison do 23 


IQ 


William Anderson do 22 


IQ 


William Ward May 25 


41 


William Thompson April 26 


18 


John Crow May 9 


45 


James Alstone April ig 


23 


John Hurley i do 23 


IQ 


Samuel Fanning do 19 


18 


James Fowler do 21 


17 


John Mayhaw do 23 


37 


Henry Elsworth May 7 


IQ 


Henry Ellet, Sen 1 " i do 9 


4Q 


John Harmon April 19 


28 


William English do 19 


31 


Henry Ellet Jun May 5 


2O 


William Philips April 21 


17 


Matthew Bogardus May 1 1 


22 


John Glinbey do 1 1 


2O 


Salomon Jolly free nero . April 19 


36 


William Clarck May 9 


2O 


Nathan Concklin do 25 


2O 


James Salter April 21 


22 


James Smith do 16 


36 


Francis Deim (?) do 1 7 


45 


John Corbitt do 26 


48 


John Cam do 27 


27 


Dirick Krom do 24 


21 


Jacob Cisler do 24 


25 


Jeremiah Kittle . do 24. 


18 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 395 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who inlisted. 


Stature. 


Ireland 


Marriner 


Capt. Rea 


5 6 


Jamaica 


Taylor 


do 


5 6 


Ireland 


Stay Maker. . . . 


do 


5 8 


do 


Labourer 


do 


"5 ^A 


London 


Sadler 


do 


6 3/ 


Old England . . . 


Labourer . . 


do 


74 

5 6> 


Ireland . . . . . 


Shoemaker .... 


do 


"5 Q>^ 


Long Island 


do 


do 


5 8 


London 


Cordwinder . . . 


do 


5 4 


Jerseys . 


Taylor 


do 


5 8y 2 ' 


Maryland 


Farmer 


do 


"5 7 l /z 


Old England .. . 


Sea Man 


do 


5 6?/X 


Ne\v York 


Farmer 


do 


5 8 y z 


West Chester. . . . 


Labourer 


do 


t, 10 


Jersey . 


do 


do 


5 7 


N. England 


do 


do 


^ 10 


Old England 


Weaver 


do 


5 8 


Ulster County. . . 


Farmer 


do 


5 Q 


Nevv England 


do 


do 


5 6 


North Castle 


do 


do 


"5 2J4 


Ireland . 


do 


do 


5 4% 


Ulster County 


do . . 


do 


; 6^ 


Nevv England 


Carpanter 


do 


$ 6 l /2 


Ireland 


Brick Maker. . . 


do 


^ 7 


do ... 


Farmer 


do 


5 6 


New England . . 


do 


do 


$ 1014 


Boston 


do 


do 


=5 2% 


Dutches Co . . 


Shoe Maker . . . 


do 


*> 10 


Ulster Co 


Cooper 


do 


"5 10 


Long Island 


Farmer . . . 


do 


5 6 


do 


Cordwinder . . . 


do 


5 10 


West Chester. . . . 


do 


do 


5 j o 


Jerseys 


Labourer 


do 


5 6 


Germany 


Baker 


do 


5 6^ 


Ireland . . . 


Labourer 


do 


S "5% 


do 


do 


Lieut Sleght 


"5 7/"2 


Germany 


do 


Lieut. Wynkoop . . 


5 2 


Marble Town 


do 


Lieut H. Sleght . . 


6 o 


Germany 


Cooper 


do 


5 5 


Marbletown . 


Labourer . 


do 


s 6y 2 



396 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Day of 
Inlistment. 



John Andries April 24 25 

Adam Keator i do 24 1 8 

Peter Eller do 24 32 

Nicholas Sluyter do 24 21 

Richard Stokes do 24 17 

Richard Hornet do 24 48 

Thomas Jones do 26 22 

Caspar Ruyter do 27 30 

Hiskia van Keauren do 28 30 

Henry Sands do 28 29 

Jurrian Tappen do 30 50 

Cornelius Coneway do 30 28 

John Brady do 30 40 

John Andries Rudolph do 30 40 

Jacobus Montony May 2 28 

James Nosver do 5 32 

Jacobus Duboys j do 7 17 

Martinus Beekman j do 7 18" 

Frederick Hymes ! do 7 49 

Petrus van Winkell j do 7 21 

John Griffen, Junior i do 7 18 

Anthony Barren j do 1 1 23 

Stevan us Ackert do 12 17 

John Beaver do 1 2 2 1 

George Forgisson do 1 2 49 

Jacobus Davies, Jun j do 12 17 

Petrus Dackar j do 15 17 

Cornelius Chambers i do 15 23 

Jacob Barly j do 18 30 

Jurry Humble j do 21 18 

Barrent Griffes do 21 32 

Patrick MGee ] do 22 19 

Richard Lounsberry i do 22 21 

Marten Griffen ! do 23 21 

Jacob Fredrick Hymes j do 7 16 

Albany County 22 

Dutchess 5 

Ulster 65 

92 

The Above being One Captain one Lieutenant and ninety 
Rea's Company for the Countys of Albany, Ulster & Dutchess, 
New York June 3 d , 1761. 



Age. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 397 



Where born. 


Trade. Officers who inlisted. 


Stature. 


Ireland 


Labourer Lieut H. Sleght . . 


- 


Marbletown 


do do 


5 Io 


Germany 


do do 


5 i I 


Ulster Co 


do do 


5 8i~ 


Marbletown 


do do 


c 6'" 


Ireland 


do ... do 


: T. 1/4 


England . 


do do . . 


D 0/2 

c 8 i/x 


o 

Germany 


Cordwinder . . .Lieut W r ynkoop . . 


5 8 


Ulster Co 


do Lieut Sleght. 


^ Q i/ 


Ireland 


o 

Weaver . do 


E A I ' 


Ulster Co 


Labourer do 


c 8 1/, 


Ireland 


do do 


c 1 1 


do 


Cordwinder Lieut WVnkoop 


s 7 


Germany 


Black Smith . . do 


j / 


New York 


do Lieut H. Sleght 


5 8^ 4/ 


Germany 


Baker do 


5 6 /2 


Ulster Co 


Labourer do 


5 10 


Orange Co 


do . . do . . 


c 7 i ,; 


Germany 


Taylor .Lieut WVnkoop . . 


5 * 


Ulster Co 


Labourer i do . . 


C A 


do 


do do . . 


5 8 


Germany 


do ! do 


^ A. 


Dutches Co 


Weaver Lieut H. Sleght . . 


6 i 


Ulster Co 


Labourer do . . . 


6 1,4 


Philadelphia .... 


Turner . . Lieut Wynkoop . . 




Marbletown 


Labourer do . . 


6 l c I/2 


Menissinck 


do . . . . do . . 




Ulster County. . . 


do . Lieut H Sleght . 


5 IO 


Philidalphia 


O 

do . Lieut WVnkoop . . 


5 6 


Ulster Co 


do do 


c 6 


Ireland 


do . do 


C C l,~ 


Livingston Man 1 '. 


do Lieut H. Sleght . . 


J J /* 

c 7 


Ulster Co 


Cordwinder . . do . . 


q 6 u 


do 


Laborour do . . 


; IO 


Germany 


do Lieut WVnkoop . . 


C 2 









two men where Mustered & approved off for Captain Richard 
by Lieut Col ' van Schaick & Rosboom. pr me 

GEO BREWERTON, JUN. COL- 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 

PANY, APRIL 

James Clinton, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. T f? a / of , 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


John Bragen < April 1 5 


20 


John Spearshanks do 18 


y 
20 


John Branagen do 17 


4.2 


John Curry do 21 


43 


John Fling . do 24 


48 


Robert Murray do 24 


2H 


James Johnson do 24 


26 


Robert Maxfield .... do 22 


4Q 


John Mucklehone do 28 


*ry 

42 


William Hagerty * do 28 


21 


Stephen Hooper do 26 


2O 


Thomas Purchase . . do 26 


IQ 


Robert Ferrier do 17 


*y 

27 


John Grahams do 17 


21 


James MCawn May 3 


17 


Robert Shepherd, Indian do 5 


16 


William van Clieff do 7 


21 


John Kernaghan April 28 


22 


Charles Kernaghan do 28 


21 


John Colter do 1 5 


22 


Neal M c Arter do 28 


2O 


John Nicholson May 7 


IS 


William Nicholls do 7 


21 


Edward Early April 21 


21 


Christopher Miller May 5 


24 


Samuel Davis April 20 


27 


Garleght Hext May 4 


2O 


John Williams April 24 


21 


Abraham An, nesiro . do 26 


31 


o 

Daniel Williams do 28 


18 


William Bayer do 2 1 


17 


Michael Crans do 21 


24 


Uri Felmer do 22 


26 


Douglas M c Eller Mav 3 


18 


John Taylor April 2 


17 


Stephen Taylor do 24 


2O 


Denis Jordan.. do 22 


30 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1/6 1. 399 

THE COUtfTY OF ULSTER FOR CAPTAIN CLINTON'S COM- 
1761. 

William Stewart, ) T . 

i-i j u TS ci U4. f Lieutenants. 

Hendnch I Sleght, 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who inlisted. 


Stature. 


England . 


Labourer . . . 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Taylor .... 


Capt Clinton .... 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Lieut Stewart. . . 
Capt Clinton .... 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Lieut Stewart. . . 
do 
Capt. Clinton . . . 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do ... 
do 
Lieut Stewart. . . 
do 
Capt Clinton .... 
do 
do 
Capt Ray 


5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 

5 

5 

5 

5 
5 
5 
5 

5 

5 
5 

5 

5 
5 

; 


9 

8%: 

9/2 

5/2 

9ti 
7 

2 

7 

7% 

6X> 

7% 

I 7ti 

6 
8 

9 
6 

5 4 
3/4 

2 

8 
6 

-> i/ 


Germany 


Ireland 


do 


do 


Scotland 


Ireland 


Labourer . . . 
Miller 


do 


do 


Weaver . . . 


Orange Co 


Labourer . . . 
do 
do 
Weaver 


New Jersey 


England 


Ireland 


Ulster Co 


Cordwainer. . 
Cooper 
Labourer . . . 
do 
do 
do 
Weaver .... 


do 


Rhode Island 


New Jersey 


Ireland 


do 


do 


Ulster Co 


Cordwainer. . 
Cooper 


do 


Masachusetts 


Labourer . . . 
Cooper ... 


Ireland 


Germany 


Weaver . . . . 
Labourer . . . 
do 
Cordwainer. . 
Labourer . . . 
Taylor . ... 


New York 


Germany 


Ulster Co 


New Jersey 


Ulster Co 


New York 


Labourer . . . 
Weaver 


Ulster Co 


Germany 


Labourer . . . 
Cordwainer. . 
do 
do 
Weaver . 


New Jersey 


Ulster Co 


do 


Capt Clinton .... 
do 


Ireland . 



4oo 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Jonathan White .... . 


May 6 


18 


Robert Burnet Jun 


do 24 


17 


John Umphrey 


April 20 


20 


William Buchannan 


do 28 


22 


William Bole 


do 20 


d^ 


John Burns 


do 25 


17 


John Green . ... 


Mav 7 


3C 


Tames M c Glaughlin . 


do 24 


3O 


John Smith 


do 7 


3O 


William Hucrhs, . 


April 22 


4C 


Robert Goodgion 


Mav 4 


22 


John Butters ... 


do 5 


IQ 


Robert Impson . . 


do 5 


4Q 


Nicholas Green 


do 1 8 


T-y 

28 


Patrick White .... 


April 23 


3O 


John Southerland 


May 6 


4"> 


Michael Warrin 


April 23. 


?6 


William Crawford 


Mav 4 


CO 


James M c lntire 


April 19 


27 


John Cahoen 


May I 


22 


James Mahon 


do I 


28 


John Mullin 


do 23 


4Q 


John Coleman 


April 23 


IS 


Samuel Wilson 


do 23 


22 


John GreT . 


do 28 


23 


Duncan Campbell .... 


do 23 


28 


James Dunlop 


do 21 


2C, 


James Parker 


May 4 


2O 


William Thomson . 


do 25 


22 


Patrick Collins 


April 23 


26 


Isaac Butters 


Mav 4 


2O 


John M c Michael 


do 7 


IQ 


Francis Klliot 


do 1 1 


1 y 
4O 


Joseph Vincent 


do 8 


^,3 


Hendrick Myer 


do 18 


3O 


Daniel M c Bride 


do 18 


36 


David Rogers 


April 23 


22 


John Lewis , . . . 


Mav 7 


IQ 


William Sluyter 


April 17 


22 


William M c Connell 


do 21 


37 


Jacob Bargar 


do 21 


26 


George Bare 


do 21 


26 


Michael W T arner . 


do 21 


30 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, i;6l. 4OI 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who inlisted. 


Stature. 


New Kngland 


Labourer . . . 


Capt Clinton .... 


5 2 


Ulster Co 


do 


do 


5 2^ 


do 


do 


do 


5 7% 


do 


do 


do 


5 io l A 


Ireland 


do 


do 


5 4 


Ulster Co 


Blacksmith . . 


do 


5 5# 


Ireland 


Labourer . . . 


do 


5 \Y* 


do 


do 


do 


5 6 1 A 


England . 


do 


do 


5 8^ 


Ireland 


do 


do 


5 4^ 


Philadelphia 


Taylor 


do 


5 9 


New Jersey 


Labourer . . . 


do 


"5 63/ 


Ireland 


do 


do 


5 8 


New England 


do 


do 


6 o 


Ireland 


Cordwainer. . 


do 


5 2 


Westchester 


Carpenter . . . 


do 


5 Q^ 


Germany 


do 


do 


c 7 


Ireland 


Labourer . . . 


do 


" 6*A 


do 


do 


do 


5 6% 


do 


do 


Lieut Stewart . . . 


c 10 


do 


Mariner .... 


do 


5 *>y> 


do 


Carpenter . . . 


Capt Clinton .... 


5 6 


Mannor Livingston. 
Ireland 


Labourer . . . 
Cordwainer. . 


do 
do 


5 5 
r > n ^ 


New Jersey 


do 


do 


c 10 


Scotland 


Labourer . . . 


do 


5 Q 


Ireland 


Weaver 


do 


J y 

C 7 


New Jersey 


Taylor 


Lieut Stewart. . . 


-> / 

"5 10% 


Pensylvania 


do 


do 


=5 10^ 


Ireland 


Labourer . . . 


do 


5 7 


New Jersey 


\Veaver 


Capt Clinton .... 


c al/ 


Ulster Co 


Labourer . . . 


Lieut Stewart. . . 


5 6^ 


Ireland 


do 


Capt Clinton .... 


5 3 


England 


do 


do 


5 4 


Germany 


do 


do 


5 6 


Ireland 


Blacksmith . . 


Lieut Stewart. . . 


5 7% 


Orange Co 


do 


Capt Clinton .... 


") 1% 


do 


Labourer . . . 


do 


5 4 


Dutches Co 


do 


Lieut J. Sleght. . 


5 6^ 


Ireland 


Scrivener . . . 


do 


5 6^ 


Jarmany 


Weaver 


Lieut Wynkoop. 


5 5 


do . . ., 


Meason 


do 


5 4 


do 


do 


do 


5 4 



26 



402 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Day of 
Inlistment. 



John Peter Miller April 21 

Robert Cahill do 23 

William Haffy j do 23 

Jacob Middagh Jun i do 

Abraham Post j do 

Theophilus Elsworth May 

Phillip Miller | do 

John Sleght Jun | do 

Jacobus Post i April 26 

Benjamin English | June 2 

Patrick Colgan j do i 

John Bayley do 2 



24 

30 
5 
5 

13 



Age. 

26 
40 

34 
20 
26 
21 

31 
20 
21 
18 

25 
20 



The Above being One Captain two Lieutenants & ninety 
Clinton's Company for the County of Ulster by Lieut. Col 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 

2 JUNE 

Peter Lent, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Henry Sniffin 

Richard Williams 

Jacob Nase 

John Thomas 

Benjamin Blackledge. . . 
John M c Daniel, Jun r . . . 

Frederick Painter 

John MDaniel, Sen r . . . 
Samuel Tarvis, Mullato 

Will 1 "- Lounsberry 

Peter Gone 

Johannis Cole 

Jacobus Bell 

David Smith 

Thomas Ackerson . 



Day of 
Inlistment. 



April 13 

do 14 

do 14 

do 14 

do 14 

do 17 

do 17 

do 17 

do 21 

do 23 

do 23 

do 24 

do 25 

do 25 

do 25 



Age. 



37 
48 

'9 
3i 
18 

20 

20 
2 4 
24 
21 
21 

23 
19 
20 

22 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 76 1. 403 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who inlisted. 


Stature. 


Garmany 


Joyner 


Lieut Wynkoop. 


^ 4 


Ireland 


Weaver 


Lieut. H.Sleght. 


c 6 


Dutches Co 


Laborour . . . 


do 


*> 10 


Marble Town 


do 


do 


"? 1 1 


Albany Co 


do 


do 


$ Q^ 


New York 


, 
do 


do 


=5 10 


Albany Co 


Cordwiner. . . 


do 


c \oy> 


Ulster Co 


Cooper 


do 


s, 6% 


do 


do 


Lieut Wynkoop 


6 i> 


Lonp" Island . 


Cordwiner 


Capt Clinton 


c ty, 


o 

Ireland 


Laborour . . 


do 


J J /* 

^ 6 


New York 


do 


do 


5 2 











two men where Muster'd & approved off for Capt. James 
Rosboom. 

pr me 
GEO. BREWERTON, Jun r Col- 



THE COUNTY OF ORANGE FOR CAPTAIN LENT'S COMPANY 
1761. 

Samuel Gale, ) T . 

> Lieutenants. 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who 
inlisted. 


Stature. 


Rye 


Labourer . . . 


Capt Lent 


C A 


Wales 


Shoemaker 


do 


^ 3 


Germany 


Labourer .... 


do 


- A 


Virginia 


do 


do 


C Q*/4 


Elizabethtown 


do 


do 


^ ^ 


Scotland 


do .... 


do 


"> 4 


Germany 


do 


do .... 


"i 4 


Scotland 


Blacksmith . . . 


do 


e. 6 


Portugal 


Taylor 


do 


c 6 


Westchester 


Weaver 


do 


H H I/ 


Orange Co 


Wheelwright . 


do 


5 7 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


5 6 


do 


do 


do 


e 6 


do 


Weaver 


do 




do 


do 


do 


"? 7 r X 



404 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


John Defrise, Indian 


April 25 


26 


William Thompson 


do 2; 


IQ 


John Redner 


do 2S 


*y 

CQ 


Abraham Bricker 


do 26 


jV 

21 


Edward Masen 


do 29 


34. 


Jacobus Minna 


do 29 


18 


James Pawl . 


May i 


2 I 


Jurry Perry . 


do i 


IQ 


Thomas Morgan . . 


do i 


j y 

21 


Tames Kelly . 


do i 


?\ 


Johannis Coleman 


do 3 


CO 


David van Blarkom 


do 7 


J w 

21 


Jacobus de Clark 


do 7 


2O 


Richard Huse 


do A 


2O 


30 Abraham Garrison 


do A 


2 3 


John Halstead 


do 4 


*j 
IQ 


Hen k Riker 


do 10 


*y 

21 


Matthias Nack 


do 10 


IQ 


James Smith 


do 20 


l y 
28 


David van Blarkum 


do 2 1 


24. 


Simon Hause 


do 21 


^o 


Darby Sullivan 


do 22 


4.3 


Johannis Staser 


do 2^> 


T-J 

32 


Andrew Henry. . 


do i 


o^ 
2C, 


Thomas M c Guire 


do 2? 


48 


Henry Dobbins 


April i 5 


22 


John Kinnin 


do 16 


22 


James Wells 


do 16 


2O 


John Colsin 


do 16 


47 


Thomas Owens 


do 1 7 


23 


Richard Connerly 


do 20 


* j 
18 


William Owens 


do 21 


2O 


John M c lntosh 


do 23 


3O 


Joseph Bayley 


May i 


2C 


John Chandler 


do 29 


46 


James Bennet . 


April 21 


17 


George Bucannon 


do 23 


17 


Silas Burr 


do 23 


22 


Jeremiah Sealy 


do 23 


21 


John Sutton 


do 17 


24 


Jonathan Knap 


do 17 


22 


Tames Neaerles . 


do 21 


38 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 405 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who 
inlisted. 


Stature. 


Orange Co. . 


Shoemaker . . . 


Capt Lent .... 


F. I. 

c 7 


Philadelphia. . . 


Weaver 


do 


5 7 


Bergen . 


Shoemaker . . . 


do 


1 4Y> 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


Z. Q 


Dublin 


do 


do 


c 6 


Orange Co. 


do 


do 


<; 4- 


Long Island 


do 


do 


c : 


Germany . , 


do 


do 


^ 4 


Philipsborough . 


Wheelwright . 


do 


^ 7 l /2 


Connecticut Byram 


Cooper 


do 


5 4. 


Germany 


Labourer .... 


do 


=; 8 


Bergen . . 


Weaver 


do 


e 7 


Orange Co .... 


do 


do 


D / 
5 854 


London 


Labourer .... 


do 


c 4 


Long Island 


do 


do 


c c 


Orange Co . 


Carpenter . 


do 


c c. 


Horseneck 


Labourer .... 


do 


5 7 


New York 


do 


do 


5 8 


Scotland 


do 


do 


5 6 


Bergen . . 


do 


do 


$ 8 


New York 


do 


do 


$ 4. 


Ireland 


do 


do 


C A 


Germany 


do 


do 


C C 


Ireland 


Pewterer 


do 


5 6 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


c 8 1 / 


Philadelphia 


do 


Lieut Gale 


5 8 


Old England 


do 


do 


j u 

c 6 


Rhode Island 


do 


do 


e Q 


Old England 


do 


do 


j y 

S &V-2. 


Wales 


do 


do 


"i 8 


Ireland 


do 


do 


5 ~\ 


Long Island 


Taylor 


do 


1 4. 


Highlands of Scotland 
Goshen 


Labourer .... 
do 


do 
do 


5 5 

C I I 


Old England 


Schoolmaster . 


do 


5 7 


Connecticut 


Labourer .... 


Lieut Broderick 


c 6 


Goshen 


do 


do 


5 4- 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


^ Q 


do 


Weaver 


do 


S 8 


Goshen 


Cordwainer . . 


do 


5 6^ 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


S Q 


Ireland . 


Tavlor . 


do 


^ A 



406 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



68 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


\Villiarn Sutton 


April 21 


18 


Samuel Concklin 


do 22 


27 


James Dougherty 


do 22 


IQ 


James Perkins Mullato 


May 1 8 


18 


Uriah Hand 


do 2$ 


36 


Thomas Mahan 


April 24 


72 


\Viiliam Harrington 


do 24 


27 


John Weldon 


May 19 


3O 


John Price 


do 24 


24 


Anthony Johnson, Mullato 


April 30 


18 


William Scott 


Tune t> 


22 









The Above being One Captain, One Lieut and Sixty 
Lent's Company for the County of Orange by me 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED & PASS'D 
Daniel Griffen, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMKS. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


I Joshua Miner 


April 13 


22 


William Curvvin 


May 3 


17 


Samuel Ruckett, Indian 


do 2 


2O 


Isaac Ruckett, Indian 


do 10 


17 


John Fowler, Indian 


do 10 


17 


John Davis 


do 7 


24 


Reuben, Indian 


do 20 


48 


David Marrow 


do 26 


2O 


John Truby 


April 15 


2\ 


Simon Curwin 


May 26 


16 


Josep Goldsmith 


do 3 


IQ 


David, Indian 


do 17 


IQ 


Isaiah Howel 


do 14 


18 


George Tamaico, Indian 


April 20 


18 


David Reeve 


May 26 


18 


Joseph Gibbs . 


do 26 


22 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 407 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who 
inlisted. 


Stature. 


Wall Kill 


Labourer .... 


Lieut Broderick 


F. I. 

c c 


Orange Co 


do 


do 


^ Q 


Goshen 


do 


do 


~ 7 

H 7 1 / 


Long Island 


do 


do 


j / / 2 
5 4 


Jerseys 


Taylor 


do 


c 6 y, 


Ireland 


Labourer . . . 


do 


c 8 


New London 


do 


do 


j 

c in 


Trentown Jersey 


do 


do 


j iv/ 

c in 


London 


do 


Capt Lent 


*> 8 


New York 


do . . 


do 


j u 

C 3 


Ireland 


do 


do 


J J 

e 8 1 / 






1 


J -/Z 



New York 5 June 1761. 

Eight Men, where Muster'd & Approv'd off In Capt. Peter 

MICH. THODEY. 



IN THE COUNTY OF SUFFOLK FOR CAPT. GRIFFEN. 

Abraham Dayton, ) T . 
TUT-, 7 - Lieutenants. 

John rowler, 



Where Born. 



Trade. 



New London . . . 
South Hold 

do 

do 

South Hampton. 
Bristol Europe. . 
Suffolk Co 

do 

Lyme Conn t- . . . 
South Hold 

do 

South Hampton. 
South Hold 
New London . . . 

South Hold 

Massechusetts . 



Carpenter . , 
Labourer.. 

do 

do 

Brasier . . . . 
Labourer . , 
Cordwainer 

Hatter 

Sadler 

Cordwainer 
Labourer . . 
Joyner . 
Labourer . . 

do 

do 



Officers who Inlisted. 



! Cordwainer . . 'Dan 1 - Griffen 



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



htature. 
F. T. 

5 9 
5 5 

5 10 
5 6 
5 5X> 
5 7 
5 8 

5 10 

5 6 
5 3 

5 4 

5 4^ 
5 3 

5 3^ 
5 5 

5 9 



408 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


John Glaude La Porte 


April Q 


21 


Mathew Conkling 


do 16 


18 


David Conkling 


do 16 


18 


Eleazer Conkling 


do 16 


20 


Thomas Chatfield 


do 16 


18 


Nathaniel Happer, Indian 


do 16 


21 


Abraham Hand 


do 30 


18 


Daniel Skellenger 


do 30 


18 


Richard Edwards ... 


Mav Q 


17 


Samuel Tayler 


do Q 


IQ 


Samuel Tayler 


do 27 


AA. 


\Villiam Tapping .. 


April 20 


I 7 


Joseph Sommers 


do 20 


1 / 
I 7 


William lagfger . 


Mav Q 


1 / 
17 


J O O 

Jacob Zachariah, Indian 


April 20 


2O 


George Bishop . 


do 30 


21 


Phineas Fordham 


do 29 


IQ 


George Basto 


May 6 


*y 

18 


William Forbes 


do 3 


18 


36 John Thomas 


do 14. 


27 









The whole Number of the Above is One Capt & Thirty 
South Hold June 6 th 1761. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 

FOR CAPTAIN DUNBAR'S 

George Dunbar, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


I David Smiley 


April 14 


26 


Michael Clink 


do 20 


T.2 


John Kees 


May I 


25 


John Pendrey 


do 20 


IQ 


Hector MKensie 


do 20 


34 


John Hearts 


do 21 


31 


Anthony House . . ^ 


June 4 


17 


Patrick Lawn . 


do 10 


IQ 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 409 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Officers who Inlisted. 


Stature. 


Lion in France 


Weaver 


Dan 1 * Griffen 


F. I. 

C A 


East Hampton . 


do 


Abr. Dayton 


J *t 

C A 


do 
do 


Cordwainer .... 
Weaver 


do 
do 


j *r 

5 6 

H 7 1 / 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


j / /- 

c c 


Rochester Mass. 


do 


do 


j j 

5 6 


South Hampton. 
East Hampton . . 


Cordwainer .... 
do 


do 
do 


5 4 

c 4^4 


do 


Labourer 


do 


s lo 1 / 


do 


loyner . . 


do 


J 1V -V 2 

^ 10 


Massechusetts . . 


Labourer 


John Fowler. . . . 


: IO 


South Hampton. 


Weaver 


do 


C I 1^ 


South Hold 


Tovner . . 


do 


$ 2 1 / 


South Hampton. 


Cordwainer 


do 


J /3 

C A 


N. England .... 


Labourer 


do 


f 2 


South Hampton. 


do 


do 


j * 

C Q 


do 


Weaver 


do 


J y 

S ^Vf 


N. England . 


Labourer 


Dan I- Griffen .... 


J J/ z 

"> A.V? 


O 

Scotland 


Sailor 


do 


J T-/2 

t A*A 


Jerseys 


Husbandman . . . 


Lieut \Velsh 


J *t/ 2 

c 714 








J / / 2 



Six Men. 



GEO. MUIRSON, 

Muster Master. 



THE COUNTYS OF NEW YORK QUEENS & WESTCHESTER 
COMPANY JUNE 17, 1761. 

Ambrose Horton, 
T3 , c . , . 
Barak bnethin, 



T . 
Lieutenants. 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who 
inlisted. 


Stature. 


Ireland 


\Veaver 


Capt Dunbar 


F. I. 

c 7 


Germany 


Labourer 


do 


j / 

$ S l /> 


Pennsylvania . . 


do 


do 


j j / 2 
c 8 


Wales 


do 


do 


j u 

c 2 


Scotland 


Shoemaker 


do 


c in 


Germany 


Miller 


do 


j *^ J 

c c 


do 


Barber 


do 


J J 
C A 


Ireland . 


Labourer . 


do 


^ C 



410 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN ' S NAMES ' lament. 


Age! 


John Robinson... June 10 


10 


10 Eben Croasdale do 14 


20 


John Cutler do 14 


24 


Thomas M c Carty April 8 


21 


Edward Bustead May 26 


IQ 


Richard Galloway do 29 


24 


Charles Smith ... June i 


2O 


John Roe do 2 


T.A. 


John Moulder do 3 


2O 


Francis Johnson do 2 


22 


James Sheerar May 30 


27 


20 John Wilson June 5 


IQ 


Richard Roach May 26 


2Q 


James Day June 5 


3^ 


Jesse Price do 6 


T.T. 


John Downing I do 5 


21 


Jeremiah Fowler do 6 


25 


Andrew Miller do 5 


40(?) 


Peter Arlute do 12 


22 


James Byrns do 8 


T.A 


Manuel Ouimby ' do 6 


28 


30 Daniel L,ockeree ' do 7 


27 


James Young do 1 1 


24 


Richard Britt do 8 


46 


Joseph Gomez do 10 


T.2 


Laven Latton . do 8 


a 


John Harden ; do 6 


2Q 


John Summers do 8 


42 


William Bedhams do 1 3 


32 


Francis Ute do 8 


22 


John Wolf do 5 


77 


40 Daniel M c Laughlin April 24 


32 


John Witty June 12 


4O 


John Higgins April 10 


36 


Anthony Francisco June 13 


22 


Joseph Arbian, Mulatto do 1 1 


44 


Pedro Pandelo do 1 1 


2O 


Henry Taylor, Mulatto do 1 1 


IQ 


John Morison do 5 


3O 


John Henry do I 


37 


James Graham May 7 


27 


so Adam Michael . April 16 


43 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 41 I 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who 
inlisted. 


Stature. 


Ireland 


Labourer 


Capt Dunbar . 


F. I. 

5 6 


Pennsylvania . . 


do 


do 


5 8 


do 


do 


do 


5 6 


Ireland 


Cooper 


Capt Wright 


c aV 2 


Cork 


Labourer . . . 


Lieut Welsh 


^ 3 


Ireland 


Perukemaker 


do 


c 8 


do 


Labourer . . . 


do 


c 4 


S- Wales 


do 


do 


C Q^ 


England . 


do 


do 


c 4 


N- Ireland 


do 


do 


c c; 


N- Hampton . . 


Cordwainer 


do 


; 1 1 


New York 


do 


do 


c 4 


Ireland 


Mariner 


do 


"5 Q 


do 


Brewer 


do 


c o 


Pennsylvania . . 


Carpenter 


do 


c jy, 


Ireland .... 


Labourer .... 


do 


"5 6 


do 


Cooper 


do 


5 6 


Italy 


Mariner 


do 


5 9^ 


do 


do 


do 


5 6 


Ireland 


Slater 


do 


C T. 


Portugal . 


Blacksmith 


do 


5 8^ 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


c j-fA 


Old England . . 


Mariner 


do 


5 8 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


c 3 


Portugal . 


do 


do 


5 6^ 


Maryland 


do 


do 


"5 7 


Ireland 


Baker 


do 


5 8 


Giberalter 


Labourer 


do 


5 8 


England . 


Silk Dyer& Scourer. 


do 


"5 7Yz 


New York 


Cordwainer 


do 


*> % l /2 


Hamburgh . 


Mariner 


do 


^ 4 


o 

Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


5 5 


do 


Mariner 


do 


; 8 1/ 


do 


Gardiner 


do 


; 10 


Portugal . 


^abourer 


do 


^ 7 


do 


do 


do 


"5 7^ 


do 


do 


do 


"5 4 


Jamaica 


do 


do 


c c 


Ireland 


Mariner 


do 


5 6 


do 


^abourer 


do 


"? 8^ 


do ( 


Zallender 


^ieut Horton . . 


5 6 


Long- Island. . 1 


^abourer . 


do 


c; 8^ 



412 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


John Sniffin 


Tune IS 


18 


Aaron Moss 


do 2 


3O 


John Carrol 


Aoril 13 


27 


Joseph Fitzpatrick 


May I <; 


18 


Sampson Mespullet 


Tune is 


21 


James Collier 


May 22 


2; 


Anthony Hevves 


Tune 7 


4O 


Joseph Latton 


do 16 


2"? 


Joseph Fagan 


do 1 1 


22 


James Chewman 


April 8 


16 


Fred k Carman 


June 15 


IQ 


62 Rob t- Coleman 


do 17 


l y 

2~\ 









The within being one Captain Two Lieut 5 - and Sixty Two 
Company for the City & County of New York, forty Seven, 
by me 

A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 

COMPANY 21" 

Isaac Terbush, Captain. 



MKN'S NAMES. 



Nehemiah Smith . . 

George Scull 

Edward Coffin 

Moses Gee 

Abraham Eynman. 

Robert Wier 

Andries Schouten . 
William Dolaway.. 
Robert Shearer. . .' . 
John Schouten 
Henry Wright 
John Langdon .... 

Jonas Parks 

William Cummings 



Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


April 25 


31 


May 13 


18 


April 27 


18 


May 4 


19 


do 23 


44 


do 4 


52 


April 24 


23 


May 4 


37 


do 4 


23 


do 4 


27 


do 25 


27 


April 6 


16 


May 6 


23 


do 20 


21 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 413 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who 
inlisted. 


Stature. 


Rye . 


Labourer 


Lieut Horton . . 


F. L 

*> 4 


New York. . . 


Barber 


Lieut Walsh . . 


*> 7 


Ireland 


Labourer . . .... 


Capt Thodey . . 


c 754 


do 


do 


Lieut Walsh . . 


6 o 


London 


do 


do 


c c 


do 


do 


Lieut Sneden . . 


$ 1 


Old England . . 


Mariner 


Lieut Walsh . . 


C 


Boston 


Labourer 


do 


*> 4 


Dublin 


do 


do 


c 7 


New York 


do 


do 


*> 7 


do 


Taylor 


do 


c 6 


Ireland 


Marriner 


do 


5 6 











New York 17 th June 1761. 

Men where Musterd & Approvd off In Capt. George Dunbar's 
for Queens County, Twelve, & for West Chester Coun ty, three 

MICH. THODEY. 



THE COUNTY OF DUTCHESS FOR CAPTAIN ISAAC TERBUSI-I 
JUNE 1761. 

Tunis Corsa, ) T . 

c i MTU i i t Lieutenants. 

Samuel Whelpley, 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who inlisted. 


Stature. 


Lonsf Island . 


Blacksmith 


Capt Terbush . . 


F. I. 

5 7 


D 

Westchester 


Labourer 


do 


5 7% 


Fish Kill 


Shoemaker 


do 


5 4 


Westchester .... 


Labourer 


do 


c 4 


Rhode Island .... 


do 


do 


6 


Ireland 


Breechesmaker . 


do 


5 4/^ 


Fish Kill 


Weaver 


do 


5 !O 


Ireland 


do 


do 


5 10 


Tersev . 


Labourer 


do 


5 9 


Dutches Co . . 


do 


do 


5 53^ 


Statten Island . . . 


do 


do 


5 10 


Fish Kill 


do 


do 


5 6 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


5 8 


do 


do 


do 


5 7 1 A 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



ME ' S NAMES ' Inl?stLnt. 


Age. 


I 
Christopher Stevens May 17 


23 


William Barker April 25 


28 


Phenias Woodard i do 2 


2 


David Hammans May 17 


17 


Joseph Langdon [ do 16 


2\ 


David Smith April 27 


2O 


Isaac Craw Mav 20 


IQ 


Elijah Crosby do 25 


y 
IQ 


Matthew Wineter April 27 


2T. 


Henry Webber May 19 


2$ 


William Forgison April 21 


24. 


Abraham Walker May 4 


2O 


Benjamin Hedger do 12 


I 7 


Jacob van Tassel April 27 


I c 


Joseph Sullen May 4 


2O 


Christopher Stevens do 7 


2~\ 


David Young April 22 


26 


De Owen Le Flower June 15 


2O 


Francis Miller. Mav 23 


25 


J <J 

Matthew Felix do 20 


*& 


Robert Cain do 24 


IQ 


Peter Ostrander do 26 


2O 


Nicholas Wager do 27 


17 


David Cash April 27 


18 


James Mansfield June 16 


?o 


Daniel Shepherd do 16 


IQ 


James Louden May 27 


42 


Ellis Vinson June ^ 


21 


William Lent April 25 


22 


Daniel Willcocks June 6 


17 


Elijah Dowee do 16 


16 


Marline Dowee do 16 


2O 


Thomas Knap do 16 


16 


Elisha Pain do 16 


16 


Samuel Richards do 16 


25 


George Anderson do i 


40 


t> 
James Dawdle do 8 


36 


John Jackson do 7 


20 


Daniel Hogan April 28 


25 


Anthony Sheniew June 25 


27 


Ebenezer Allion April 26 


17 


Loudawick Creeles . Mav 27 


30 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 415 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who inlisted. 


Stature. 


Connecticut 


Labourer 


Capt Terbush . . 


F. I. 

"> Q 


Ireland 


Schoolmaster. . . 


do 


^ A. 


Connecticut . . . 


Labourer 


do 


e QL/ 


Rhode Island 


do 


do 


J y/2 

c qi/ 


North Castle .... 


do 


do 


J J/2 

C Ql/ 


Bedford 


Cordwainer 


do 


-> y/2 

C QI/ 


Westchester 


do 


Lieut Corsa .... 


C 7 


Boston 


do 


Capt Terbush . . 


3 / 
C I i 


Westchester 


Farmer 


do 


C g 1 /^ 


do 


do 


do 


C Q 


do 


Cordwainer 


Lieut Barber . . . 


J y 
i. niz 


Dutches Co 


Farmer .... 


do 


J y/2 

6 


Westchester 


do 


Lieut Corsa .... 


C Q 


Dutches Co .... 


do 


Capt Terbush . . 


J y 

z e 


Long Island 


do 


do 


j j 
e n3/ 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


j y/4 
c in 


Fish Kill 


Weaver 


do 


C Ql/ 


Canada 


Blacksmith . 


Lieut Corsa .... 


j y/2 
c 7 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


j / 
c 6 


do 


Sawyer 


Lieut. Whelplev 


5 8 1 / 


Dutches Co 


Labourer 


do 


j "/a 

6 


do 


Farmer 


Lieut Corsa .... 


; 6 


do 


Weaver 


Lieut Wheipley 


c 8 


do 


Cooper 


Capt Terbush . . 


$ IO 


Ireland 


Weaver 


Lieut Wheipley 


S 6 1 A 


Connecticut 


Farmer 


do 


6 1 1/ 


Ireland 


Doctor 


Capt Terbush . . 


/ 2 

r 7 


Rhode Island .... 


Joiner 


do 


j / 
6 


Westchester 


Labourer 


do 


$ 1 1 


New England . 


do 


do 


=1 4. 1 / 


o 

Boston 


do 


Lieut W^helpley 


^ 6i4 


Boston 


do 


do 


c; 6 1/4 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


j ^72 

^ 7 


do . . 


do 


do 


"; 6 


do 


do 


do 


j ^ 

$ IO 1 /, 


Ireland 


Cooper 


Lieut Corsa .... 


c 6 1/ 


do , 


Labourer 


Capt Terbush . . 


5 w/ 3 

^ 6 


Pensylvania 


do 


do 


c c 


Ireland 


Distiller 


Lieut Wheipley 


c c 


France 


Farmer 


Lieut Corsa 


c c 


Dutches Co . 


do 


Capt Terbush . . 


J J 

C A 


Germany . . 


Cordwainer. . 


do 


; 7 



416 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Andrew Ross 


June o 


Myer Karn 


May 28 


\Villiam \Vatson .... . . .... 


June 8 


Jonathan \Voodard 


April 23 


Adam Miller 


Tune i; 


Andrew Myers 


April 10 


Hugh Gamble 


May 16 


Daniel Callahon 


April 27 


Benjamin Cahoon 


June 15 


Abraham Johnson 


do 12 


Thomas Green 


do J2 


Peter Miller 


do 1 3 


Peter Osterout 


*J 

April 20 


Joseph Worden 


do 24 


John Kenneday 


June 7 


John Burke 


do 6 


Jeremiah Ness 


do 1 5 


Lawrence Schael 


do 1 1 


John M c Kenney 


do 1 1 


Gabriel Menter 


Mav 2 % 


Peter Avery 


June 20 


Robert Menter 


Mav 23 


Volentine Karnest 


June 8 







Age. 



23 
18 
20 

17 
30 

32 
42 

33 
24 

20 
40 
28 
20 

19 

40 

25 
22 

20 
40 

i6( 

22 
50 
25 



The Above being one Captain two Lieutenants and 
Capt. Isaac Terbush's Company in the County of Dutchess. 



A MUSTER 



ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 
OF THE NEW YORK REGIMENT 



MEN'S NAMES. 



I Christ" Queen . . , 
Francis Bartow. 
Timothy Cannon 
Mich 1 Hoppole . 
Rowland M c Gill 
John Wilson . . . . 
W m - M c Collum... 
Josef Dreaf 



Companys. 


Date of In- 
listment. 


Age. 


Capt Vandenbergh . 


June 16 


36 


do 


do 13 


24 


do 


do .14 


39 


do 


do 17 


40 


do 


do 14 


27 


do 


do 15 


41 


do 


do 15 


33 


do 


do 16 


36 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1761. 417 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who inlisted. Stature. 


Ireland 


Taylor 


Lieut Corsa .... 
Capt Terbush . . 
Lieut Whelpley. 
Capt Bush 


F. 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 

^ 

5 

5 
5 

6 

j 
5 

5 
5 

r*. 
^ 

5 


/. 
8 
8 

7 
5 

7^ 

5 
8 
10 
8 
7 
4 
6 

6 

7 

2 

4 

7 


Dutches Co 


Farmer 


Old England .... 
New England . . . 
Germany 


Taylor 


Farmer 


Butcher 


Lieut Corsa. . . . 
Lieut Whelpley. 
Lieut Corsa 


do 


Weaver 


Ireland 


do 


do 


do 


Capt Terbush . . . 
do 
Lieut Whelpley. 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Lieut Corsa .... 
do 
do 
do .... 
do .... 
do 
do .... 
Capt Terbush . . . 


Rhode Island. . . . 
New Jersey 


Farmer 


do 


Ireland 


Joiner 


Germany 


Farmer 


Dutches County . 
Connecticut 


Farmer 


Cord wainer . 


Ireland Conner ........ 


Old England .... 
Germany 


Farmer 


do 


do do 


Setaket Tavlor 


Dutches Co 


Farmer 


do 


Cordwainer 


Connecticut 


Farmer 


Pensilvania 


Labourer . 





Seventy nine men where Mustered and approved off for 

GEO. BREWERTON, Jun r Col- 



THE COUNTY OF ALBANY 
ALBANY 2 JULY 1761. 



FOR THE SEVERAL COMPANYS 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who 
inlisted. 


Stature. 


Ireland 


Labourer 


Lieut Ten Eyck 


F. I. 

5 lo^ 


Germany 


do 


do 


5 &/?, 


Ireland 


do 


do 


5 4 


Germany 


do 


De Garmo .... 


5 2 


Ireland 


do 


Ten Eyck 




England 


Miner 


do 


6 i 


Ireland 


Cooper 


do 




Germany. . 


Butcher. . 


do 


5 4Ji 



27 



418 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Companys. 


Date of In- . 
listment. 


Geoge Colloghan 


Capt. Vandenbergh . 


June 1 8 20 


10 Easil Stewart 


do 


do 14 21 


Edw d- Graham 


do 


do 14 21 


John Nicholas 


do 


do 20 26 


W m Hanson 


do 


do 25 18 


John Sullivan 


do 


May 28 49 


John Stagner . . . 


do 


Tune 14 24 


Math w- Tim merman . . . 


Capt Rea 


do 23 IQ 


John Warton 


do 


do 28 22 


Andrew Bower 


do 


do 20 28 


Augustus Sealev. . 


Capt Lent 


do 2 22 


& J 

20 Samuel Holley 


do 


do 9 20 


W m Brown 


do 


April 22 29 


Samuel Sealy 


do 


May 25 40 


Joseph Welsh 


do 


June 13 24 


Alex r M c Carty 


do 


do 9 23 


Amos Long 


Capt. Vandenbersh . 


do 26 18 


Moses Content 


r^ t> 

Capt Griffin 


April 29 25 


Benj n- Hedges . . 


do 


June 15 18 


Lion Looper 


do 


do i; IQ 


Thomas Morgan 


Capt Dunbar 


do 22 21 


30 W m - Wright .... 


do 


do 22 27 


Thomas Lane 


do 


do 23 20 


George Smith 


do .... 


\J 

do 23 17 


William Hanson 


do 


do 25 2O 


Moutrey Youn " 


do 


do 23 4S 


John Cleanvey .... 


do 


do 22 I/ 


Nich s - Butler 


do 


do 22 25 


Geo. MCay 


do 


April 17 3.8 


John Lvton 


do 


June 22 25 


September, Negro 


Capt Thodey 


April 24 2O 


John Rogers 


Capt Platt 


June 26 24 


J o 

Thos. Hutchins 


do 


do 26 26 


Wendel Hildenbrant . . 
43 James Cloudy 


Capt Vandenbergh . 
do 


do I 20 
do I 21 









This is to Certify that the Above being Forty three 
Companys in the New York Regiments Affixd to their 
Livingston Esq res Commissarys & Paymasters to y e said Regi- 
for the Amount, they having Advanced the Bounty & 
Douw & A. Ten Brook Esq res ^ 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOP?, 



419 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who 
inlisted. 


Stature. 


Pensilvania 


Labourer 


Ten Eyck 


F. I. 

C C 


Maryland 


do 


do 


5 i 


Ireland 


Cooper 


do 


5 A- 1 /? 


Germany 


Taylor 


De Garmo .... 


f. i 


England 


Labourer 


Ten Eyck 


5 4 


Ireland 


Hatter 


do 




England 


Labourer 


do 


S 8 


Germany 


Baker 


L 1 - Sleight 


"> i / 


Connecticut 


Labourer 


do 


C 7 


Germany .....'... 


do 


do 


5 i/C 


Boston . . . . , 


Hatter 


L 1 Bardrick . . . 


i; Q 


Goshen Orange . 


Saddler 


do 


5 8 


o 

Boston 


Labourer 


do 


c 6 




Carpenter 


do 


C II 


Connecticut 


Labourer 


do 


=i ^y> 


Scotland 


do 


do 




Long Island 


do 


L t- Ten Eyck. . 


c 


Geneva 


Barber 


Capt Griffin . . . 


5 8 


Long Island 


Cooper 


do 


c c 


do 


Weaver 


do 


5 8 


Pensilvania 


Merchant 


L 4 - Welsh 




Old England . 


White Smith .... 


do 


C Q 


o 

New York 


Mariner 


do 


r. A 


Germany 


Labourer 


do 


C C 


Boston 


Cordwainer . . 


Ten Evck 


"> *\y> 


Ireland 


Labourer 


Lieut Welsh . . 


6 


do 


Mariner 


do 


5 4 


do 


do 


do 


5 8 


do 


do 


do 


5 7 


do 


do 


do 


5 6 


Guinea 




Capt Thodey . . 


5 5 


Germany 


Labourer 


L 1 Welsh 


5 6 


Loner Island . 


Shoemaker 


do 


c c 


Germany . . . 


Labourer 


L t- Dawson .... 


C A 


do 


do 


do 


c c 











Albany 6 July 1761. 

privates where Musterd & approv'd of here, for the Severall 
Names & that Messrs Jn- Cruger, B. Robinson & P. v B. 
merits are Intiled to Receive a Warrant on the Treasury 
Inlisting Money here for that Number by Messrs. V. P. 

MICH. THODEY, Coll - Comand 1 - N. Y. Reg ts - 



420 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASSED IN 

PANY 17 APRIL 1762. 

, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Joseph Katon 


1762 
March 24 


22 


Manuel Sasue 


do do 


22 


John Dego, Negro. . 


do 


2Q 


Anthony Cora 


do 


23 


House Fisher 


do 


21 


Alexander Campbell 


do 


22 


Joseph Romo . 


do 


25 


Francis Vantoney 


do 24 


23 


Hans Jacobsenborg 


do 27 


3O 


Anthony Serone 


do 2; 


28 


Manuel Sezu 


do 27 


34. 


Nicholas Newman 


do 31 


27 


Tames Rogless . 


April 3 


IQ 


Thomas Howie 


March 24 


2O 


John Hawley 


April 1 1 


18 


W m Charles 


do 12 


18 


John Savenga 


do 8 


28 


Francis Anthony 


March 24 


27 


Joseph Bonney 


April 8 


2? 


Rich d Clarenbould 


March 24 


2Q 


Thomas Manning . 


do 22 


*y 
34 


Joseph Moss 


March 24 


22 


Andrew Miller 


April 4 


41 


John Jackemet 


do 12 


24 


James Hugan 


March 22 


28 


Peter Jarsey 


do 24 


26 


Peter Gaddico 


do 24 


28 


John Butler 


April Q 


24 


Anthony Hobarr 


do 16 


3C 


Benjamin Yates 


do 8 


28 









This is to Certify that the above being One Lieut, and 
County of New York. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 42! 



THE COUNTY OF NEW YORK FOR CAPTAIN 
EMBARKED SAME DAY. 



COM- 



[Patrick Welsh], 

\ i T T 

Ambrose Horton, 



Lieutenants 

* " Iv, U LCllcLl J I >. 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who inlisted. 


Stature. 


Portansrale 


Marriner 


Cap" Byrns 


F. 1. 

5 6 l /> 


o 

do . ... 


do 


do 


C 2 


do 


do 


do 


C C 


do 


do 


do 


C T. 


Old England . . . 


do 


do 


<? 4- 


Scotland 


do 


do 


c 7 


Italy 


do 


do 


C T. 


Leghorn 


do 


do 


C C 


Norway 


do 


do . ... 


; Q 1 / 


Italy 


do 


do 


j y /* 

c 6 


Portengale 


do 


do 


^ 4 


Virginea 


do 


do 


c 6 


London 


do 


do 


C A 


Old England . 


do 


do 


^ 4. 


o 

do 


do 


do 


$ 4- 


do 


do 


do 


C I 


Italv 


do 


do 


C A 


Portangale 


do .... 


do 


C Q 


Leghorn 


do 


do 


j y 

t 7 


Old England . . . 


Ship Builder . 


do 


j i 

5 6 


Ireland 


do 


Capt Thodey . . . 


5 85^ 


Boston Gov 1 .... 
Italy 


do 
do 


do 
L t- Fitzpatrick . . 


5 8 
S 8 


Switz 


do 


do 


=; 2 


Ireland 


do 


Capt Thodev . . . 


; 8 


Switz 


do 


Cap" Byrns 


j v 

c 7 


do 


do 


do 


j i 
S 8 


Ireland 


do 


Cap" Grant .... 


5 8 


Germany 


do 


do 


^ Q 


j Trent Town ) 


do 


Capt Byrns 


C Q 


( E. Jersey, j 









thirty Men were Raised & passd Muster for the City & 

MICH. THODEY. 



422 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASSED FOR 

ABRAHAM DE FOREST'S COM- 

Abraham De Forest, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


William Hall 


March 25 


CO 


Joseph Ward . 


do 25 


28 


Thomas Renolds 


do 26 


3O 


Normand Davison 


do 26 


4O 


Robert Eriwin 


do 26 


21 


Richard Bradley. . 


do 28 


26 


William Swords 


do 28 


25 


Henry Morland 


do 2Q 


35 


William Price 


do 2Q 


21 


Thomas Dreyton 


do 30 


3O 


Nicholas Obrian 


do 31 


3Q 


John M c Kim 


do 31 


;c 


Alexander Pursel 


April i 


36 


John Brown 


do 6 


45 


John Flin 


do 7 


4O 


Peter File 


do 12 


26 


Thomas \Villiams 


do 14 


45 


Robert Howel 


do 26 


IQ 


Cornelius Vandewater 


do 27 


2O 


John Aderson 


do 27 


2O 


Martin Dorin 


May 12 


21 


John Fleming 


do 12 


5O 


Wcstchester. 
W m - Mewitt 


March 5 


3o 


Samuel Baldwin 


do 16 


21 


Frederick Taylor 


do 22 


4O 


John Pretty 


do 23 


32 


John M c Daniells 


do 24 


77 


John Burke 


do 24 


j/ 
41 


William Snider 


do 3O 


21 


John Clarke 


do 3O 


22 


Elisha Lombar 


April i 


4O 


John Wallis 


do 3 


36 


Henry Senon 


do t; 


31 


Francis Phillips 


do 6 


32 


Samuel Dickson . , 


do Q 


27 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 423 



THE COUNTY OF NEW YORK & WESTCHESTER FOR CAPT 
PANY MAY 15 1762. 

James Treddell, ) T . 

> Lieutenants. 



Where born. 


Trade. 


England . 


Taylor 


o 

America 


Cooper . . . 


Ireland 


Mason . . 


England 


Painter . 


Ireland 


Joiner . . 


America 


Cordwainer . . . 


England 


Baker 


do 


Taylor 


do 


Barber 


do 


Oyle maker . . 


Ireland 


Taylor 


do 


Forgeman .... 


Scotland 




England . 


Glassmaker. . . 


Ireland 




Germany 


Baker 


Wales 


Tinker 


America 


Blacksmith . . . 


N.York 


Joiner ........ 


do 


do 


Ireland 


Mariner 


do 




Scotland 


Labourer .... 


America 


Shoemaker . . . 


Germany 


Labourer .... 


Old France 


Baker 


I reland . . . 


Weaver 


do 


Labourer .... 


Old England . . . 
do 


Carpenter .... 
Joiner 


Old France 


Labourer .... 


Old England . .. 
Old France 


Schoolmaster . 
Weaver 


do 


Labourer .... 


Old England . . . 


do .... 



Officers who inlisted. 



Capt De Forest. ... 

do .... 

do .... 

do .... 

do .... 

do .... 

do .... 

do ____ 

do . . . . 

do .... 

do ---- 

do ____ 

do .... 

do ____ 

do ____ 

do ---- 

do . . . . 

do .... 

do ____ 

do .... 

do ---- 

do ---- 

Capt B. Stevenson . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

do . 

L'- J. Treddell .... 

Capt Stevenson. . . 

do ... 

Lieut J. Treddell. . 

Capt Stevenson... 

do ... 

do ... 



Stature. 


F. 


/ 


5 


6 


5 


6 


5 


9 


5 


4 


5 


7 


5 


6 


5 


7 


5 


3 


5 


6 


5 


6 


5 


7 


5 


7 


5 


6 


5 


6 


5 


r 


5 


5 


5 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


6 


5 


6 


5 


6 


5 


7% 


5 


9 


5 


2 


5 


JO 


5 


8 


5 


i 


5 


5^4 


5 


6 


6 




5 


4 


5 


4 


5 


6 


5 


5/^ 



424 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Peter Defour 


April 9 


Stephen Mullett 


do IT, 


John Bernard 


do 26 


Cornelius Ellison 


May 4 


Frederick King 


May c 


Francis Good 


do 6 


L,eonard Henry 


April I 


Francis Duran 


do 21 


Thomas Bolton 


May 6 


John Welch 


April 26 


James MGregor, alias Foster 


May 14 


Patrick M c Claine 


do 16 







Age. 



32 
23 
31 

37 
46 

22 

39 

30 
24 

32 

22 
32 



This is to Certify that the above being One Capt. One 
me for the following Countys vizt 

New York 19 th May 1762. 

A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAIS'D AND PASS'D MUSTER 

DENBERGH'S COMPANY. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Dates of 

Inlistment. 


Age. 


I John Simons ! 


March 25 


17 


2 Peter Venson 


do 20 


24 


3 Nicholas Hinkle 


do 2Q 


5O 


4 Alexander Sharper 


do 29 


34 


5 Robert Dixon 


do 28 


4. 5 


6 William GofT 


do 28 


T.A 


7 Jeremiah MCarty 


do 30 


?o 


8 John Roach 


do 25 


32 


9 John Ceaton 


do 


2"> 


10 Calob Nelsson 


do 24 


42 


1 1 John Prime 


do 20 


26 


1 2 Derick van Dyke 


April i 


2O 


I 3 Martin Shoffnear . 


March 29 


4O 


14 Joseph Groff . 


do 27 


78 


15 John Jerman 


do 31 


31 


1 6 Barthol" Good well 


do 25 


C4 


1 7 Jacob Sweller 


do 24 


54 


1 8 Thomas Harman . 


do 25 


28 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 762. 425 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who inlisted. 


Stature. 


Switzerland .... 


Seaman 


Capt Stevenson . . . 


F. I. 

5 


Old France . . 
do 


Labourer .... 
Carpenter .... 


do 
do 


5 63^ 

c c 


Long Island .... 
Germany 


Labourer .... 
Taylor . 


Lieut Treddell. . . . 
Capt Stevenson . . . 


5 8 

c c 


Canada 


Blacksmith . . . 


do 


15 i: 


Old France 


Labourer .... 


do 


5 6 


Switzerland .... 
Old England . . . 


do 
Taylor 


do 
do 


5 6/ 2 
c 4 


New England . . 
Scotland 


Shoemaker . . . 
Labourer .... 


do 
M r - M c Gloaklin 


5 10 
"? 8 


Ireland 


Seaman 


do 


5 8 











Lieut & forty Seven Men where Raised & Pass'd Muster by 
City & County of New York Twenty Four) 
County of Westchester Twenty Three j 
MICH. THODEY. 

IN THE CITY & COUNTY OF ALBANY FOR CORNELIUS VAN 
ALBANY MAY 17 1762. 



Where Born. 


Trades. 


Officers whom inlisted 
them. 


Stature. 


Germany 


Barber 


Capt Vandenbergh . 


<. 73/ 


do 


Labarour .... 


do 


5 5/4 


do 


do 


do 


5 4% 


do 


do 


do 


5 8^ 


England 


Copper Smith. 


do 


5 3 


O i 

Ireland 


Carpenter. . . . 


do 


5 T% 


do 


Sawyer 


do 


5 7 


Germany 


Butcher 


do 


5 6 


Ireland 


Labarour .... 


do 


5 5 


Pensalvania 


Wool Comber. 


do 


5 8 


Germany 


Labarour .... 


do 


5 1% 


County of Albany 
Germany 


do 
Weavour .... 


do 

do 


5 7ti 
5 5X 


do 


Butcher 


do 


5 5 


Old France 


Labarour .... 


do 


5 4 1 A 


Germany . . . 


Butcher 


do 


5 4 


do .... 


Limner 


do 


5 6^ 


do 


Masson . 


do 


5 5& 



426 MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. ^\ es ( 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


19 John Cochnam March 26 


27 


20 Thos. Murphey do 28 


5O 


21 Fredrick West do 25 


43 


22 Jacob Michel do 27 


26 


23 Peter H inkle do 26 


58 


24 Antony Browner do 28 


50 


25 Martin Sealy do 26 


37 


26 John Johnsson do 29 


23 


27 Thomas Feazer i April 21 


10 


28 John Roch do I 


26 


29 Thomas Gibson do 7 


18 


30 Joshua Charles . do 6 


20 


31 lames O'Bryant . May 8 


T.7 


32 Jacob Timberman April 27 


26 


33 Lawrence Haburn do 


45 


34 John Johnson, Mulatto do 14 


52 


35 Benedick Fritts do 12 


35 


36 Thomas Brown do 13 


19 


37 Isarail Spencer do 1 3 


18 


38 Abraham Johnson do 16 


17 


30 Cornelius Jacobs . do 22 


19 


*-/ X / 

40 John Ray do 25 


20 


41 Hendrick Wheeler do 22 


22 


42 John Woodcock do 22 


36 


43 Thomas Marks do 2 


25 


44 Thomas Pandle do 6 


38 


45 Alexander Sweeny do 1 1 


48 


46 Samuel Malary do 21 


18 


47 Richard Gilbert do 12 


16 


48 Peter Davies do I 


15 


49 Edward Vaughan do 25 


18 


50 James Lynch do 8 


21 


5 1 John Sweeny do 2 


45 


52 John Coxen do I 


35 


53 Abner Lewis .. do 25 


18 


54 Ezekiel Clark do 25 


21 


55 Samuel Higsjins do 17 


17 


56 Francis Heyler do 22 


35 


57 Henry Widderwax do 1 1 


10 


58 Thomas Jodd May 10 


2O 


59 Squire Pixley April 1 3 


21 


60 Edmond Ryan do 9 


4O 


6 1 Abram Woodcock . do 12 


22 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 427 



Where Born. 


Trades. 


Officers whom inlisted 
them. 


Stature. 


Germany 


Labarour .... 


Capt Vandenbergh . 


C 2^2 


Ireland 


do 


do 


5 3 


Germany 


do 


do 


c 4J4 


do 


Baker 


do 




do 


Carpenter .... 


do 


5 8 


do 


Baker 


do 


c c 


do 


Cordwinder . . 


do 


5 23^ 


do 


Labarour .... 


do 




Long Iseland .... 
Germany 


Carpenter. . . . 
Weavour .... 


do 
do 


5 5^ 

"> 2 


Long Iseland .... 
New England . . . 
Ireland 


Labarour .... 
do 
Brewer 


do 
do 
do 


5 234; 
5 10 

s iy> 


Germany 


Taylor 


do 


5 5 


Scotland 


Gardner 


do 


5 2 


Albany 


Weaver 


do 


5 6 


Germany 


Labarour .... 


do 


5 2 ^ 


New England .... 
do 
do 
West Indies 


do 
do 
do 
do 


do 
do 
do 
do 


5 10 
5 10 
6 

5 2 Y-2 


Germany 


do 


do 


5 8%; 


County of Albany 
do 
England 


do 
do 
Joyner 


do 
Lieutenant Miller.. 
do 


5 7 

5 %/4 

5 10 


Maryland 


Labarour . . . . 


do 




Ireland 


do 


do 




New England . . . 
do 
Ireland 


do 
do 
do 


do 
do 
do 


5 9 
5 4^ 
5 8^ 


New England . . . 
Mohawk River. . . 
Ireland 


do 
do 
do 


do 
do 
do 


5 6 

5 $y* 

5 52i 


England .... 


Taylor 


do 


5 5/4 


New England . . . 
do 
Clavarock 


Labarour 
do 
do 


do 
do 
do 


5 7 3 4 
5 3^ 
5 4% 


Germany .... 


Taylor 


do 




Manor Livingston 
New England . . . 
do 
Ireland 


Labarour 
do 
do 
do 


do 
do 
do 
do 


5 6>^ 

5 5 
5 3 
5 3 


Dutches Co . 


do 


do 


5 Q 1 A 



428 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Dates of 
Inlistment. 



62 Ezekia Battesson April 26 

63 David Battesson do 16 

64 Jeremiah Battesson do 25 

65 Elekias Clark do 12 

66 Henry Houghtalen May 13 

67 John Dingman April 6 

68 Jacob Warner | do 13 

69 Thomas Current May 2 

70 James Carley April 5 

71 John Piercey do 25 

72 James O'Bryant May 16 

73 John Tom March 27 

74 Alexander Mall j April 22 

75 Michel Rurach do 4 

76 William Pew May 1 1 

77 Oliver Kedder do 18 

78 John Breymer April 8 

79 Conrade Bazoon do 12 

80 Michel Fullard, Indian March 25 

81 Randle Job, Indian do 27 

82 George Weavor May 20 

83 James Nelson March 30 

84 John Broceks, Melato May 19 

85 Thomas Robertson, Melato do 

86 John Pyshel j do 23 



Age. 



24 

33 

21 

18 
18 

19 
17 
50 
16 
40 
48 

25 
27 
28 

34 
18 

55 
56 

22 
21 
21 
2O 
24 

18 
28 



These may Certify that the above Named Men being 
pany to the Number of Eighty five one being since Muster d 

Albany May 24, 1762. 

Albany y e 24 th May 1762. 

Rec d from Messrs Gerardus De Peyster & Dirck Ten 
the Bounty in full for 85 men Raised and passed Muster for 
the General Assembly, as also the Inlisting money Being 



^935 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1/62. 429 



Where Born. 


Trades. 


Officers whom inlisted 
them. 


Stature. 


New England . . . 
do 
do 
do 
Dutches Co 


Labarour .... 
do 
do 
do 
do 


Lieutenant Miller . . 
do 
do 
do 
do 


5 10 

5 Sti 
5 6# 

5 7/2 

C A 


Clavarock 


do 


do 


J *t 

c 8 


New England . . . 
England . 


do 
do 


do 
do 


j " 
5 *X 

Z 2 1 / 


New England . . . 
Long Iseland. . . . 
Ireland 


do 
Carpenter. . . . 
Labarour . . . 


do 
do 
do 


j * '4 

5 3# 
5 2% 

r 8 1 / 


England 


do 


do 


.) /2 
r 8 


Scotland 


Weaver 


Capt Vandenber r h 


.) 

c A y? 


Ireland 


Labarour 


do 


D 4/2 
C o 


New Jersey 


do 


do 


D y 

6 


New England . 


do 


Lieut. Miller 


t 8 


Germany 


do 


Capt Vandenber cr h 


J " 

C A 


New York 


do 


do 


3 4 

e 63/ 


Road Iseland .... 
New England . . . 
German Flatts . . . 
New Jersey 


do 
do 
do 
Cordwinder . . 


do 
do 
do 
do 


J U 74 

5 7 
5 9 

5 5/ 

C 2 !/ 


Albany 


Labarour .... 


do 


5 z /2 

c e 


Staten Iseland . . . 
Germany 


do 
Ferer 


do 
do 


5 j 

5 i 
c 6 1 / 








J w /2 



Mustered and Past for Capt. Cornelius Vandenbergh's Com. 
arrested and put in Joail. 

pr. MYND T - ROOSEBOOM, Col 
GOOSE VAN SCHAICK, L 1 ' Coll. 



Broeck The Sum of Eight Hundred and fifty pounds being 
my Company at Ten pounds pr man, Agreeable to Act of 
Eighty five pounds. 

CAPT. CORNELIUS VANDENBERGH. 



430 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D IN 

HAIGHT'S COMPANY 

Jonathan Haight, Esq., Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Daniel Farinsfton . 


Aprill 6 


IQ 


John Dalliday . . 


March "? i 


A y 

or 


William Prisher 


*j 
Aprill 24 


" J 
42 


Thomas Marshal , 


do 2 


2C 


John Martin . 


do 2 


*3 

2"i 


Thomas Fox 


do 2 


*j 

v\ 


Jacob Shearman 


March 29 


( 

AO 


Joseph Guyoux 


Aorill 3 


2C 


James Grose 


do ^ 


*3 

2Q 


William Hutchin 


do 2 


*y 

72 


Abraham Fitchet 


do 2 


26 


Isaac Persey . 


do 2 1 


18 


Leonard Fire 


March ^9 


26 


Thomas Rockvvood 


Aprill 2 


20 


John M c Cormick . 


March 22 


25 


Vallintine Rineck 


Aprill 28 


OJ 

4C 


Samuel Silvan 


March 22 


*TJ 

AO 


Samuel Hitchcock 


Aprill 19 


21 


Thomas Crumel 


March 29 


1A 


William Thomas 


Aprill 25 


j*r 

27 


Phillip Eagan 


do 1 1 


*/ 

en 


Roger Monahon 


March *>"> 


13 w 

^C 


William Sarles 


Aprill 7 


O J 

2 I 


Edward Richmond 


May i 


19 1 


Anthony Curreng. , 


Aprill 2 


9 ( 
^o 


Edward Lyell 


March 22 


21 


John Miller 


Aprill 1 6 


18 


William Hammon 


Mav c 


22 


Thomas Carby 


March 29 


22 


Thomas Wallice 


Aprill 20 


IQ 


John Joyce 


do 20 


y 
24 


Thomas Swan 


May 10 


27 


Henry Blizard 


Aprill 15 


18 


David Belsher. . 


March 27 


30 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 431 

THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER FOR CAPTAIN JONATHAN 
MAY 21, 1762. 



Peter Martling, ) Lieutenants 

T T 7 i i * T f JL*1C tl LClld 1 1 L9 

William Jarvis, ) 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who inlisted. 


Stature. 


Long Island . , 


Laborour 


Capt Haight .... 


F. I. 

5 io/^ 


Switzerland . . . 


Taylor 


do 


5 4Y" 


City New York . 


Laborour 


do 


; ^A 


Old England. , 


do 


Lieut Martling . . 


<! 4 


o 

Ireland 


do 


do 


5 6 


Northamton ) 


do 


do 


5 6 


England . . f 
Staten Isld .... 


Carpenter 


do 


5 8 


Switzerland . . . 


Barber 


do 


S 7 


Old England . . . 


Laborour 


do 


5 


Westchester . . . 


do 


do 


$ 10 


Richmond Co. . 
City New York. 
Germany 


do 
Ship Carpenter . 
Laborour 


do 
do 
do 


5 6 

5 9 
5 4 


Old England . . 


VVeever 


do 


5 85^ 


Ireland 


Laborour 


do 


c jy s 


Germany 


do .... 


do 


*> Q 


Old England . . 


do 


do 


*> 10 


Westchester . . . 


do 


do 


C 


do 


Blacksmith 


do 


$ 7 


Old England 


Laborour 


do 


S 4 1 / 


& 

Ireland 


do 


do 


5 6 


do 


do 


do 


"5 *> 1 A 


Westchester . . . 


do 


do 


; 6y~ 


Yorkshire O ) 


do 


do 


c i 


Enjrl . . . \ 








Switzerland . . . 


do 


do 


5 6 


Dutchess Co . . . 


Cordwiner . . . 


do 


5 8 


Westchester . . . 


Laborour 


do 


c 4^ 


do 


Cordwiner 


do 


5 1054 


Old England. . 


Laborour 


do 


"5 A~y> 


o 

Westchester Co. 


do 


Lieut Jarvis 


5 10 


Connecticut . . . 


Weever 


do 


^ 7 


Old England . . 


Laborour 


do 


5 8 


Westchester . . . 


do 


Lieut Martling . . 


"5 4^2 


Boston . . 


Tavlor . . 


Capt Haicrht . 


^ 2 



432 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


John Willison . 


March 30 


27 


John Chandler 


u 

do 2Q 


2Q 


Benjamin Jones 


Aprill 15 


36 


Benjamin Thomas 


March 29 


">o 


John Morrison 


do 27 


27 


Richard Wall 


do 27 


18 


Timothy Connor 


do 1 8 


^8 


Samuel Bullard . 


do 29 


31 


Jonathan Merrit 


Aprill 5 


^O 


Thomas Bagley 


March 22 


26 


Hachaliah Brundacre 


do 27 


2O 


Abraham Haight 


do T,O 


21 


Caleb Lawrence 


do 3O 


IQ 


Rubin Lane 


do 31 


IQ 


Tames Sniffing 1 . 


do 22 


2O 


Clark Brown 


March 23 


IQ 


James Brown 


Aprill 2 


2C 


James Cantly 


May T, 


4O 


Lewis H ughgo 


Aprill 28 


2O 


John Sniffinp; . 


May 1 1 


18 


J o 

Andrew Carhartt 


Aprill 6 


18 


Michael Wall 


May I 


20 


John Chapman 


do 8 


32 


Nath 1 Hughston 


Aprill 2 


2O 


Asa Carpenter 


do 27 


24 


Joseph Scribner 


March 22 


AT. 


Stephen Deolf 


do 22 


26 


Israel Crowford 


do 23 


47 


Samuel Slawson 


do 22 


21 


John Hartt 


Aprill 12 


26 


David Taylor 


March 26 


IQ 


Joab Winchel 


Mav 4 


18 


Stephen Warring 


do 6 


21 


Jacob Brush 


Aprill 9 


18 


Joseph Harris 


do 10 


24 


Cornelious Brown 


March 30 


18 


Walter Lockwood 


Aprill 20 


21 


Isaac Akerly 


do 16 


26 


Gedion Simkins 


do 22 


JC 


Garret Simkins 


do 19 


71 


Peter Paterick 


Mav t; 


23 


Zeohania Miller . 


Aurill IQ 


18 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 433 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who inlisted. 


Stature. 


Old England. . . 


Laborour 


Capt Haight 


F. L 

5 6 


do 


do 


do 


5 4 


Connecticut . . . 


Mason 


do 


5 8^ 


do 


\Veever 


do 


c 73/ 


Old England. . . 


Laborour . . . 


do 


J / 74 
"> 3 


do 


do 


do 


"5 6 


Ireland 


do 


do 


5 6 


do 


Weever 


do 


s VA. 


Westchester Co. 


Laborour 


do 


6 


Ireland 


do 


do 


$ Q 


Westchester . . . 


do 


do 


C C}4 


do 


do 


do 


c 8^ 


do 


Cordvvinder .... 


do 


c 554 


do 


Laborour 


do 


*> 4 


do 


do 


do 


S 7 1 / 


do 


\Veever . . 


do 


"5 4>2 


do 


do 


Lieut Horton .... 


5 *>% 


Ireland 


Mariner 


do 


5 7/^ 


Germany 


Cordwiner 


do 


5 7 


Westchester . . . 


Laborour 


do 


5 5 


do 


do 


do 


c 4 


Ireland ....... 


do 


do 


5 6 


Pensilvania .... 


Weever 


do 


5 9 


\Vestchester . . . 


Cordwiner 


Lieut Martling . . 


6 I3/ 


do 


Blacksmith 


do 


5 7M 


Connecticut 


Cordwiner . . 


Lieut Jarvis 


$ 10 


do 


Laborour 


do 


5 7^2 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


6 i 


do . . 


Laborour 


do 


C Q 


Lon " Island 


Carpenter . . . 


do 


S 6 


Connecticut . 


Taylor ... . 


do 


C T. 


do 


Cooper 


do 


5 6 


do 


Laborour 


do 


6 


do 


Blacksmith .... 


do 


5 6^ 


\Vest England. 


Laborour 


do 


5 5X 


Connecticut 


Taylor 


do 


5 5^ 


do 


Laborour 


do 


5 Q 


Lonf Island 


do .... 


do 


5 10 


\Vestchester Co 


do 


do 


"> 105^ 


do 


do 


do 


5 7 


do 


do 


do 


5 8^ 


do 


do 


do 


; 7Y 2 



28 



434 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Samuel Canfield 


Aprill 1 6 


18 


Jonathan Brush 


do 22 


5O 


Isaac Burdzil 


do 24 


18 


Jonathan Ambler 


do 8 


33 


Samuel Akerly 


do 19 


18 


David Miller 


do 10 


16 


Jonathan Dan 


May 4 


18 


Andrew Mills 


Aprill 16 


30 


Jabesh Bradley 


do 20 


3 1 ; 


Uzial Osbum 


do 12 


16 


Load Champlain 


do 2 


22 


John Moore 


do 16 


18 


Jacob Travis 


May i 


22 


Abraham Depevv 


Aprill i 


23 


Thomas Peek 


do 3 


IQ 


Nathaniel Jagger 


do 3 


21 


Andrew Place 


March 31 


22 


Abraham Yeomans 


do 31 


32 


Knoch Cornwell 


Aprill 10 


21 


Peter Simmons 


March 31 


2O 


Silas Tarbell 


\J 

Aprill 27 


18 


Thomas Adams 


do 30 


24 


Able Travis 


do 28 


23 




do 28 


41 




May 17 


31 


\Villiam Darbilshire 


Aprill 15 


2O 


Ebenezer Brock 


do ; 


48 


Benjamin Hedger 


May 21 


18 


Abraham Body 


Aprill 17 


2$ 


\Villiam Chairwood 


do 20 


17 


Thomas Hyatt 


do IQ 


IQ 


James Pitts 


March 25 


25 









The above being one Capt. 2 Lieutenants and one Hundred 
than Haight's Company for the County of Westchester. 

New York May 24* 1762. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 435 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who inlisted. 


Stature. 


Westchester Co. 


Laborour 


Lieut Jarvis 


F. 7. 

C II 


Lori 01 Island 


Blacksmith 


do 


e 6 


Westchester 


Laborour . . . 


do 


5 4 


Connecticut. . . . 


do 


do 


6 i 


\Vestchester Co. 


do 


Capt Haight 


6 


do 


do 


do 


5 10 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


5 8 


do 


do 


do 


5 6 


do 


do 


do 


C Q 


\Vestchester 


do 


do 


^ ^ J A 


Old France 


Cordwiner 


do 


c c^ 


\Vestchester . . 


do 


do 


c 45^ 


do 


Laborour 


do 


5 ir 


do 


do 


do 


6 4^ 


City New York 


do 


do 


c c 


Connecticut . . . 


Taylor 


do 


5 8 


Loner Island . 


Cordwiner 


do 


C II 


. ~ t 

\Vestchester 


Laborour 


do 


5 8 


do 


do 


do 


C Q 


Orange Co 


do 


do 


"> 6^ 


Lonp" Island 


W^eever 


do 


C Ql^ 


o 

Ireland .... 


do 


do 


j y/* 

c c 


Westchester . . . 


Laborour 


do 


"> 10 


Ireland 


Mason 


do 


^ 7 


Orange Co .... 


Carpenter 


do 


*> Q% 


Westchester 


Laborour 


do .... 


c 4 


Lone" Island . . 


do 


do 


c 4 


O 

Westchester 


do 


do 


^ io^4 


do 


do 


do . ... 


$ 7 


do 


Taylor 


do 


c 6 


Connecticut 


Laborour 


do .. .. 


5 Q 


Old Kngland 


do 


do 


^ 7 











& Eight men where Muster'd and approv'd off for Capt. Jona- 
pr. me GEO. BREWERTON Jun Col 



436 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF MEN RAIS'D IN THE FOLLOWING 

& PASS'D THE 
For the New York Regiment. 



For what 
County. 


For what Com- 
pany. 


MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


City N York.. 


Capt Byrns 


Robert Rankin .... 
John Bvrns 


May 17 

do 22 






W m Reed 


do 10 






Steph. Eastick 


do IQ 






James Jobe 


do 21 






John March .... 


do 22 




Capt Thodey 


Owen Ogobbin 
John Daniels 


do 23 
do 16 






Noah Sears 


do 22 


Richmond Co. 


Capt Deforest 


W m Wright 


Apr 1 3 






Thomas Bright .... 
Alex r Tavlor 


May 5 
do 6 






Jn Vanama 


Apr 24. 






Benj" Matthews. . . . 
John Coleman 


May 13 
do 20 






Jn Watkins 


do i; 


Queens Co. . . 


Capt Grant 


James Dougherty . . 
Thos. Pickart, Indian 


do 10 
do 15 



This is to Certify that the above being Eighteen Men were 
City New York, Nine Men, for Richmond County Eight Men 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASSED IN THE 

PANY ALBANY 
John Vischer, Captain 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Dates of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Peter Fowler 


April 14 


36 


John Danalson 


May 3 


24 


William Young. . 


March 28 


40 


Elijas Winsell 


April 8 


23 


John M c Call 


May 12 


21 


William M c Gee.. 


March 28 


18 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 437 

COUNTYS FOR THE SEVERAL COMPANYS UNDERMENTIONED 
26 MAY 1762. 



Age. 


Where born. 


Trade. 


Stature. 


-7 T 


Ireland 


Labourer 


5 7 


22 


do 


Marriner 


5 5 


22 


do 


Labourer 


5 5>2 




Pensilvania 


Cordwainer 




TO 


do 


Labourer 


5 8 


22 


Old England 


Watchmaker 


q c 




Ireland 


Labourer 


5 4 


28 


Boston 


Marriner 


C Q 


22 


New Jersey . .... 


Cordwainer 


5 IO 




do 


\Veaver 


c 7 


g 


do ... 


Labourer 


C Q 


27 


Ireland 


do 


1 7 


30 


Staten Island 


do 


5 6^2 


38 


Old England 


Weaver 




48 


Germany 


Labourer 


5 6 


2- 


\Vales . . 


do 




36 


Ireland 


do 


C 3 


I 7 


Lono" Island . 


do 


c 4 


1 / 


c> 







mustered & Passed by me for the following County's viz. for 
& for Queens County One Man. New York 28 th May 1762. 

MICH. THODEY. 

CITY & COUNTY OF ALBANY FOR JOHN VISCHER'S COM- 
MAY 1762.* 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who Inlisted them. 


Stature. 


Ireland 


Labourer .... 


Capt Vischer 


F. I. 

5 S 1 / 


do .... 


W 7 eaver 


do 


5 8 


do .... 


do 


do 


5 5% 


New England 


Labourer .... 


do 


5 ^ 


Pensylvama 


Sadler 


do 


c c 


Ireland . 


Labourer . 


Lieut Vrooman . , 


6 



438 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Dates of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Peter Marjeson 


May 13 


45 


Jery Tolocken Burg 


April 14 


17 


Nathaniel Shelding 


do 5 


17 


IO William Guttrey 


do Q 


47 


David Carter 


March 29 


4Q 


John Mailer 


do 25 


22 


Joseph Bilimas 


Mav 6 


, 21 


George Habacher.. 


April 6 


A4 


John Killegan 


May 7 


32 


Edmond Stevens 


April 9 


24 


Gisbert Plank 


do 17 


IQ 


Hendrik Plank 


do 20 


16 


Robert Cashell 


do 20 


40 


->o Ponson Marcs 


do 


17 


Edmond Eves 


March 30 


17 


Thomas Davis 


April IQ 


23 


John Burk 


do 5 


27 


Samuel Brown 


do 29 


4O 


Alexander Quo 


do 14 


4O 


James Keith 


do 3 


^O 


Esay Perkins 


do 10 


22 


Robert Hanley 


do 10 


25 


Jacob Forbush 


do 8 


36 


30 Benj n- Hoghtaling 


do 24 


26 


James Stuart 


May 13 


58 


William Trounce 


do 1 1 


22 


John Brown 


April 15 


56 


John Hunter 


May 14 


26 


John Keys 


do 14 


26 


Peter Baker 


do 2 


^2 


James Brannagin 


do I 


37 


John Kearn 


do 5 


V 


John Schall 


do 1 1 


36 


40 Dan 11 ' Martiplock 


April 27 


40 


Patrick Coonney 


do 5 


44 


John Reynex 


Mav 1 3 


27 


John M c Clean 


March 26 


4O 


James Parris . 


May 1 8 


38 


John Doil Notin 


do 18 


41 


Cornelius Duggin 


do 18 


35 


William Dance . 


April 27 


20 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 439 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who Inlisted them. 


Stature. 


New York 


Carpenter . . 


Capt Vischer .... 


F. I. 

; Q J /2 


Co. of Albany . . 
N. Carolina .... 
Ireland 


Labourer .... 
do 
Taylor 


Lieut Vrooman .... 
do 
do 


j y/* 

5 9/i 

s ?y 2 

c 714 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


J / /2 

t; 8 


Scotland 


do 


Capt Vischer 


r 6 14 


Montreal 


do 


do 


c 6 r % 


Germany 


Butcher 


do* 


J ^ /2 

C C I/ 


Ireland 


Labourer .... 


do 


J J /2 

c g *A 


New England . . . 


Cordwainer. . . 


do 


C Ql/ 


Catskill 


Labourer .... 


do 


-> y/4 
S IO 


do ' 


do 


do 


c c 


Ireland 


do 


do 


J J 

c> $ J /4 


do 


Stay Maker . . 


do 


J J /2 
^ 3 


England 


Labourer .... 


do 


C T.3/ 


do 


Taylor 


do 


3 074 

$ 7 


Ireland 


Carpenter .... 


do 


t I 1 / 


do 


Weaver 


do 


-> J/4 
c A3/ 


Philadelphia .... 


Cordwainer. . . 


do 


J Tv4 
C 73/ 


Scotland . . . 


Labourer .... 


do 


J O74 
C I 


Rhode Island 


Carpenter 


Ho 


$ Q 


Ireland 


Labourer .... 


do 


j y 

5 7 


Scotland . . 


do 


do 


C C3/ 


County Albany 


Weaver 


do 


j J 74 

6 


Scotland 


Labourer .... 


do 


S 83/ 


England . . 


Minor 


do 


j "-"74 

c 6 


New England . . 


Carpenter .... 


do 


S 854 


Pensylvania 


do 


do 


*> 6y 2 


do 


Labourer 


do 


<; s 


County Albany 


do 


do 


$ 6*A 


Ireland . . 


do 


do 


c 454 


Germany 


do 


do 


5 2 


do 


do . . 


do 


C C 1-A 


j West Camp ) 


do . .. 


do 


$ Q 3 /^ 


{ Albany Co j 
Ireland 


Baker 


do 


c c 


England 


Taylor 


Lieut Vrooman .... 


5 5>^ 


Ireland . . . 


Mer (?). . 


Capt Vischer 


5 5^ 


France 


Doctor 


do 


5 9 


Ireland 


Marriner 


do 


5 6l /2 


do ... 


Baker 


do 


5 1/2 


Srhenectadv. . 


Tavlor . , 


Lieut Vrooman . 


t II 



440 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Dates of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


George Crifts 


April 


48 


Francis M c Demout 


do 20 


20 


50 Andries Schoke 




24. 


Jn - Casper Nayor 


May 2? 


22 


John Yagor 


do 3 


36 


John Armon 


do IQ 


27 


Rodger Connelly 


do 18 


27 


Abram Arra, Mulato 


April Q 


2; 


John \Vawooder 


do 9 


At 


John Fresman 


May 


2O 


Jacob Wormsley 


April 21 


28 


Peter Bratt 


do 2\ 


16 


60 Henry Dean 


do 16 


3O 


Thomas Anderson 




24 


John Dannis 


do Q 


27 


John Jerry Norts 


May 5 


T.Q 


Aront Spileer 


April 6 


4O 


John Beptist 


do 29 


T.Q 


Thomas Fetgaral 


do 19 


28 


Michael Morris 


do 3 


H 


Alexander Marten 


do 15 


36 


Abram Johnston 


do 19 


IQ 


70 John Karr 


do 6 


1 y 
^o 


Henry Jacob 


do 2\ 


?o 


Frederick Smith 


\J 

do 23 


36 


John Dean 


do 2; 


^8 


Amos Lean 


do 23 


20 


Anthony Wne (?) 


do 15 


40 


Jacob Seagell 


do 21 


17 


Thomas Tillaback 


do 23 


18 


Cornelius Sullivan 


do 12 


23 


Thomas Willson 


do 30 


24 


80 Abram Merselius 


May 3 


4O 


Thomas Tousend 


April 2 


24 


Michael M c Gurk 


Mav 20 


4O 


John Reen 


April 16 


IQ 


Joseph Nell 


do 13 


46 


Sam William Sahen 


May 20 


38 


John Johnson 


do 20 


18 


Richard Williamson 


do 26 


36 


William Thome . 




2Q 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 44! 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who Inlisted them. 


Stature. 


Germany 


Weaver 


Lieut, van Dyke. 


F. I. 


( West Camp ) 


Labourer .... 


Capt Vischer 


5 8 


| Co Albany f 
Germany 


Blacksmith . . . 


Lieut M. Crindell . . 




do 


Glazier 


Lieut van Dyke 


5 6 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 




Ireland 


Marineer 


Capt Vischer .... 


t Q 


do 


do 


do 


j y 


New Jersey .... 


Labourer .... 


do 


\ \ 


Germany 


do 


Lieut van Dyck. . . . 


5 2 


do 


do 


do 


C 4 


do 


do 


do 


c 4 


Stone a Rabbei. 
New York 


do 
do 


do 
do 


5 2 
5 10 


New Jersey .... 
Old France 


Cordwainer. . . 
Labourer .... 


do 
do 


5 5^ 
5 4^ 


Germany 


do 


do 


5 5^ 


do 


do 


do 


5 6^ 


Canady 


do 


do 


6 y* 


Ireland 


do 


do 


5 2 


do 
do 


Taylor 
Labourer .... 


do 
do 


5 6 ^ 
5 5 


New Jersey .... 
Germany 


Blacksmith . . . 
Weaver 


do 
do 


5 10 
5 3 


do 


Labourer .... 


clo 


5 5 


do 


Taylor 


do 


5 3/^ 


England 


Labourer .... 


do 


5 3 


Long Island 
Germany 


do 
Copper Smith. 


do 
do 


5 4^ 
5 4% 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


5 2 


Stone a Rabbei. 
Ireland 


do 
do 


do 
do 


5 3^ 
5 i 


England 


do 


do 


5 7^ 


Schenectady . . . . 
England 


do 
do 


do 
do 


6 i * 


Ireland 
New Jersey .... 
do 


do 
do 
Carpenter .... 
Wheelright . . . 


do 
do 
do 
Capt Vischer 


5 3 

5 7 
5 9 
5 6 


Fish Kill 


Labourer 


do 


5 2 




do 


do 


5 6 


do 


do 


do 


5 4 



442 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Dates of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Joel Fishick 


May 30 


22 


90 Antoney Barter 


do 31 


21 


Batson Crampton 


April 22 


21 


William Green 


May so 


4O 


Michael Ryan 


May si 


4O 


Moses Rodman 


do 1,1 


41 


John Challahan 


do si 


SI 


Rob'- Taylor 


do si 


28 


Nicholas Grusback 


do ^i 


4O 


George Crenofle 


do 


4O 


99 Patrick Connalley 


do 


so 


Daniel M c Cloud 




21 









These may Certify that 
Number of Ninety Nine. 
Albany June 2 th 1762. 



the above Named men being 



A MUSTER ROLL OF MEN RAISED IN THE CITY AND 

COMPANY MAY 



NAMES. 


Day of 
Enlistment. 


Age. 


Where Born. 


Joseph Now 


April 14 


26 


French Swist. . . 


John Portu^ee 


do IQ 


28 


do 


Philip Hie 


May 10 


40 


do 


Nich s Lakitte 


March 25 


so 


do 


W m Josiah Lewis 


do 26 


ss 


Old England. .. 


James Allen 


do so 


36 


Ireland 


Peter Blando 


Apr i 


28 


French Swist . . . 


Jonas Weid 


do 22 


CO 


Connecticut 


September Negro 


Mar 22 


20 


Jamaica 


Martwill D Calvin 


June 2 


20 


Italy 











This is to Certify that the above one Captain & Ten Men 
by Me. New York, June 4, 1762. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 443 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who Inlisted them. 


Stature. 


New England . . . 


Blacksmith . . . 


Capt Vischer 


F. I. 

c gi4 


Holland 


Labourer .... 


do 


5 9 


New England. . . 
England 


do 
Carpinter .... 


Capt Vandenbergh.. 
Capt Vischer 


5 83^ 
c <\y, 


Ireland 


Labourer .... 


do 


5 5 


do 


do 


do 


5 % l /2 


do 


do 


do 


5 6J4 


do 


do 


do 


5 8 1 / 


Albany 


do 


do 


J "74 

6 \i 


Germany 


Cordwinder . . 


do 


/4 

^ 7 


Ireland 


Labourer .... 


do 


c 71^ 


New England. . . 


Sayer 


do 


5 6 











Muster d and Pass d for Capt John Vischer's Company to the 

MYND T ROSEBOOM, L'- Col. 2 d N Y Regt. 

GOOSE VAN SCHAICK. L' Col. 1 st New York Regt. 



COUNTY OF NEW YORK FOR CAPT BARRICK SNETHENS 
29 1762. 



Trade. 


Officer who Enlisted. 


Stature. 


Gunsmith 


Capt Byrns 


e 7^ 


Sailor 


do 


c cU 


Labourer 


do 


j j /* 

C T.I.4 


Glover 


Capt Deforest. .... 


J J/' 
C A 


Barber 


Capt Thodey 


J *fr 

c 12 


Labourer 


do 


j ** 

C Q 


Baker 


do 


> v t 

c cj^ 


Doctor of Physic 


do 


s 8 


Labourer 


do 


e c 


Cook 


do 


j j 

C A 









where raised and passed for the City & County of New York 

MICH THODEY. 



444 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF MEN RAISED & PASSED IN THE 
DETACHMENT UNDER CAPT GEORGE 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Date of 
Enlistment. 


Age. 


Ulster Co. 
Owen Kinnigan 


March 29 


2Q 


Benjamin Sweesey 


April i 


16 


Edward Byon 


do 4 


27 


William Key. . 


do S 


18 


John Taylor 


do 6 


18 


Stephen Haddon 


do 6 


16 


Alexander Key 


do 7 


10 


James Smith 


do 8 


16 


John Hurley 


do 8 


21 


John Mullin 


do Q 


48 


Peter Cole 


do 9 


18 


James Davis 


do ii 


3Q 


Isaac Butters 


do Q 


21 


Archibald Hamilton 


do 12 


4O 


John De Mott 


do M 


19 


Israel Murphy 


do 1 3 


2O 


Joseph Knap 


do 16 


18 


Cornelius Calligan 


do 17 


45 


Auri Isabrandt 


do 19 


21 


Jacob Spanginburgh 


do 19 


49 


Thomas Purchase 


do 20 


20 


Joseph Patterson 


do 20 


20 


John Millen 


do 24 


21 


Isaac Taylor 


do 26 


17 


Malchi Sesrer. . 


do 26 


21 


John Lutts 


do 26 


25 


Daniel Walker 


do 26 


22 


William Stephens 


May 12 


17 


Kdward Howel 


do 20 


26 


William Fielding 


do 28 


54 


Christopher Lewis 


Tune 7 


IQ 


Gerrit Decker 


April 27 


16 


Kdward Igby 


March 30 


18 


James Addison 


April 9 


52 


William Otoa 


do 1 5 


26 


James Perry 


do 12 


35 


William Thompson 


do T> 


IQ 


Orange County 
William Sutton 


April T, 


IQ 


Samuel Oliver . 


do l 


30 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 445 



COUNTIES OF ULSTER AND ORANGE & DUTCHESS FOR THE 
BREWEKTON 3" JUNE 1762. 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Officer who 
enlisted. 


Stature. 


Ireland 


Labourer 


Capt Clinton . . 


"> 2 


Ulster County . . . 


do 


do 


? A. 


Old England 
Ireland 


Cordwainer .... 
Labourer 


do 
do 


j *f 

5 6 

5 7 


Ulster County . . . 
New Hampshire.. 


Cordwainer .... 
Labourer 


do 
do 


5 6/ 2 

C } 


Ireland 


do 


do 


J J 
$ 7*A 


Ulster Co 


do 


do 


J / / z 

" 3 


do 


Cordwainer .... 


do 


C Q 


Ireland 


Carpenter 


do 


3 y 

c 3/ 


Ulster County . . . 


Labourer 


do 


2 '*, 

6 1 1/ 


Ireland 


Miller 


do 


74 

c g 


New Jersey 


Weaver 


do 


D 

c in 


North Brittain . . . 
Long Island 


Ship Caulker. . . 
Cooper 


do 
do 


3 IW 

5 rA 

c 8 


Dutchess County. 


Labourer 


do 


c 7 


Ulster County . . . 
Ireland 


Cordwainer .... 
Labourer 


do 
do 


j / 

5 9 

e e3/ 


Dutchess Co 


do 


do 


J J74 

o o 


Germany 


do 


do 


c c 


London 


do 


do 


J J 
c 2 


England 


do 


do 


j * 

c 6^ 


Germany 


Miller 


do 


J w /2 

e 2 


Ulster County . . . 
Germany 


Cordwainer .... 
Labourer 


do 
do 


j * 

5 7X 
c c 


do 


do ... 


do 


J J 
r 74/ 


Rhode Island .... 


do 


do 


J / /r 

e c 


New Jersey 


do 


do 


j ? 
S 6 


Ireland 


do 


do 


j w 

c 7 


do 


do 


do 


j / 

C I I 


Orange County. . . 


do 


do 


j l l 
e 83/ 


do 


do 


do 


J 74 

c e 


New York 


do 


Lieut Stewart 


j j 

C A 


Ireland 


Miller 


do 


J *t 

e in 


Germany 


Carpenter 


do 


j IW 

* 6 


Wales 


Weaver 


do 


j ** 

C } 


New Jersey 


Labourer 


( Mr Wright for 


J J 

S 8 


Orange Co 


do 


| Capt King. 
Lieut Gale 


5 6 


New Jersey . . 


do 


do 


t 



446 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Date of 
Enlistment. 


Age. 


Orange County 
Peter Lunber^ 


April 6 


26 


Anthony Seeley 


do 6 


IQ 


Vincent Searles 


do 6 


22 


David Searles 


do 6 


IQ 


Justice Baily 


do o 


2O 


Josiah Seeley 


do Q 


21 


John Kinning 


Mar 29 


24 


Elias Bailey 


Apr Q 


18 


Samuel Butler 


do is 


18 


John Murray, Negro 


do 19 


21 


Lawrence Whorley 


do 12 


IQ 


Leonard Dobins 


do 1 1 


18 


John Sergeant 


do 25 


17 


Palitia Wenschill 


do 12 


26 


John Perkins, Mulatto 


do 8 


17 


John de Wight 


do 25 


25 


Joseph Sutton 


May 10 


> 
18 


Isaac Knap 


do 20 


IQ 


William Forbes 


April 10 


2O 


Isaac Aplestall 


May 21 


17 


David Sturdyvint 


do 10 


24 


John Lewis 


do ~\ 


18 


Vincent Grant 


April 14 


IQ 


Jeremiah Bouchanen 


May 20 


28 


Isaac Perkins, Indian 


April 14 


16 


David \Villiams 


do IQ 


25 


Mathias Tanner 


May 3O 


28 


Jabes Lewis 


do T> 


16 


Hugh M c Guirter 


April 17 


17 


Jacob van Dusen 


do 8 


22 


7O Mathew van Dusen 


May 3 


16 


Dutchess Co 
James Vintson 


April 6 


2O 


John Peotet 


March 30 


28 


Justus Demon 


do 31 


24 


Daniel Cameron 


June 6 


22 


Walter Strong 


April 9 


41 









This is to Certify that the above being Seventy five 
For Ulster County Thirty Seven 
For Orange do Thirty three 
For Dutchess do Five. 



Men 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 447 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Officer who 
enlisted. 


Stature. 


Sweet Land . . 


Labourer 


Lieut Gale .... 


=; 4. 


Orange Co 


Cordwiner 


do 


5 4 


Westchester ... . 


Labourer 


do 


c 714 


do 


do 


do 


S. AV 2 


Orange Co 


do 


do 


C A 


Conecticut 


Taylor 


do 


C C 


England 


Labourer 


do 


5 6 


Orange County. . . 


do 


do .. . 


c 4.14 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


c ty, 


Long Island 


Cordwainer .... 


do 


5 6 


Ulster Co 


Labourer 


do 


C A 


Orange Co 


do 


do 


C C 


Conecticut 


Blacksmith .... 


do . . 


5 6 


do 


Labourer 


do 


5 6 


Long Island .... 


do 


do 


c i 


Conecticut 


do . . 


do 


C 10 


Orange Co 


Taylor 


do 


C A 


do 


Cooper 


do 


C AV 2 


North Brittain . . . 


Labourer 


do 


e c 


Dutchess Co 


do 


do 


S 6 


Oblong 


do 


Lieut Minthorn 


e 10 


Conecticut 


do 


do 


<; 6^ 


New Jersey 


Blacksmith .... 


do 


C A 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


e T. 


Long Island 


do 


do 


C 7 


New York 


do 


do 


C A 


Germany 


do 


do 


c 8 


Conecticut 


do 


do 


J w 

C A 


Pensylvania 


do 


do 


t, 7 1 A 


Conecticut 


do 


do 


j 1 7* 

t; 7 x /4 


Dutchess Co 


do 


do 


j / /* 

C A 


Westchester 


do 


Lieut Concklin 


C Q 


Switzerland 


do 


Capt Harris 


j y 
5 8 


do 


do 


do 


; 8^ 


North Brittain . . . 


Taylor 


do 


5 8 


London 


Wheelwright . . . 


do 


c c 











where Raisd & pass'd by me for the following Countys Vizt. 
New York 12 June 1762. 

MICH. THODEY. 



44 8 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASSED 

JOHN DE GAREMO'S 

John De Garemo, Captain 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Date of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


I Richard George . 


March 25 


28 


2 John Shee 


do 25 


23 


3 Duncan M c Kay 


do 25 


*J 

22 


4 William Allen 


do 25 


27 


5 Peter Dayly 


do 25 


*/ 

38 


6 David Porter 


do 26 


o 

eg 


7 Phillip Boulton 


do 26 


J 
32 


8 Jacob Boggard . 


do 27 


j^ 
IQ 


9 Alex r Young 


do 27 


l y 

AA 


10 Mathew Howel 


do 27 


*Hr 

c e 


1 1 Daniel Buterfield 


do 28 


j j 
IQ 


12 Henry Briggs . 


do 28 


l y 

I 7 


13 Henry Donalson 


do 29 


2A. 


14 Walter Carrel 


April i 


cc 


I c, Joseph Knox 


do I 


18 


16 John Ford 


do 2 


27 


17 John Peal 


do 3 


*/ 

A_l 


1 8 Will 1 "- Hanson 


do 6 


18 


19 John Folkner 


do 12 


31 


2O James Chanley 


do 18 


AC) 


21 John Heyms 


do 10 


V^ 

21 


22 Jacob Leomus 


do 21 


A2 


23 Bartho 1 ' Jeils 


Mav 3 


q.^ 
28 


24 Timothy Walker 


April 21 


28 


25 Will 1 "- Shaw (?) 


March 28 


4.3 


26 Will" 1 White 


do 26 


27 


27 Conrade van Miller 


do 22 


*/ 

/1I 


28 Nicholas Tice 


do 28 


22 


29 Adam Sweeny 


May 19 


3A 


30 Will" 1 - Williams 


March 25 


41 


3 1 Rich d - Wyett 


do 29 


21 


32 Andrew Ward . . 


April 26 


46 


+J 

33 Tames Thorton . . 


April 21 


41 


\j *J J 

34 James Donaly 


May 24 


27 


35 Jos. Spearshanks 


do 24 


*/ 

2C 


36 Barn d- Winterscale 


April i 


*3 

1C 


37 Thomas Nox. . 


Mav 2S 


30 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 449 

MUSTER IN THE CITY & COUNTY OF ALBANY FOR CAPT 
COMPANY. 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers whom Inlisted them. 


Stature. 


Wales 


Labourer .... 


Capt De Garmo .... 


F. I. 

> 4.3/ 


Ireland 


do 


do 


J t/4 
"> I I3/ 


New Jersey . . 
England 


do 
Mariner 


do 
do 


5 8/ 2 
5 6 1 A 


Ireland 


Cordwinder . . 


do 


C 7/ 


Scotland 


Laborour .... 


do 


5 ^y* 


Ireland 


Butcher 


do 


5 9 


N. Jersey .... 
Long Iseland. 
England .... 


Carpenter .... 
Cordwinder . . 
Laborour .... 


do 
do 
do . .. 


5 5^ 
5 7 3 X 

C A 


N. England . . 
do 
Albany 


do 
do 
do 


do 
do 
do 


5 5 
5 6 
S 8 


Ireland 


do .... 


do 


5 6 1 / 


England 


Smith 


do 


5 Y" 


N. England . . 
Wales 


Cordwinder . . 
Laborour .... 


do 
do 


S utf 
5 6 


England . 


do 


do 


c c 14 


o 

Scotland 


do 


do 


c c 


England 


Taylor 


do 


5 7% 


N. England . . 
do 
do 
do 
New York. . . . 
Ireland 


Blacksmith . . . 
do 
do 
Cordwinder . . 
do 
Laborour .... 


do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


5 8^ 
5 9/ 
5 9^ 
5 *X 
5 10 

c e y, 


Germany . . . 


Butcher 


do 


6 i 


do 


Laborour .... 


do 


C Q 


Ireland 


Millwright 


do 


j y 
<; s V?. 


England 


O 

Cordwinder . . 


do 


j j / 2 
$ & 1 A 


Maryland .... 
W. Chester . . . 
England 


Carpenter .... 
Laborour .... 
Cordwinder 


do 
do 
Lieut V. Dyck . . . 


5 7/2 
5 4K 

c j3/ 


Ireland 


Taylor 


Capt De Garmo . . 


J * 74 
5 Q 1 A 


Germany 


Laborour . . . 


do 


j y /* 
c 2 1 / 


Ireland 


Weaver 


do 


J * /A- 

S 8 1 / 


do 


do 


do 


j "/4 

; 8 



29 



450 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Date of 
Inlistment. 


38 James Melton 


May f, 


3Q John Lentnor . 


do 21 


*J 17 J 

40 David Log^in 


do 27 


41 Edw d Gillout (?) 


April 3 


42 Dennis O'Bryan 


do i 


At Tho s Hasrartv.. 


do 7 


44 Dennis Klison 


do 5 


45 Dennis Twomy 


do 2 


46 Patrick Ryan . 


do 3 


47 John Dene Gall 


do 2t, 


48 Thom s- Flood .... 


May 29 


49 Noah Gillet 


do 29 


50 Mich Tennery 


April i 


5 1 Rob t- Bruce .... 


do 21 







23 

20 

30 

35 
34 
45 
28 
24 
36 
35 
35 
45 

25 
29 



These may Certify that the above Named Men being 
the Number of fifty one Men. 

Albany June ; th 1762. 



Age. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PAST MUSTER 

COMPANY 

Isaac Ter Bush, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Manchester Hawley, 
Joseph Palmerton . . , 

John Conet 

William Moore . . . . , 
Nehemiah Smith , . . 
Joseph Calkins 

John Smith 

Richard Murch 

John Bruster 

Able Merrick 

Thomas Burgis 

David Cash . 



Dates of 
Inlistment. 



May i 

Aprill 27 

do 25 

May 25 

Aprill 16 

June 8 

Aprill 10 

do 29 

do 29 

do 29 

do 29 

do 30 



Age. 



30 

17 

18 
4i 
32 
18 

54 

19 
16 

16 
17 
19 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1/62. 451 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers whom Inlisted them. 


Stature. 


Ireland 


Butcher 


Capt De Garmo .... 


F. I. 

5 43^ 


Germany 


Laborour .... 


do 


J *t/4 

5 T A 


Ireland 


Taylor 


do 


5 8 


Old France . . . 


Masson 


do 


<; B l A 


Ireland 


Laborour .... 


do 


5 83^ 


do 


do 


do 


*> * 1 2 


do 


do 


do 


J J/4 

C A 


do 


Tanner 


do 


c 7 1/ 


do 


Laborour .... 


do 


J / /4 
C A 


England . 


Marriner 


do 


S 214 


CD 

Ireland 


Laborour .... 


do 


c A!/ 


N. England . . 
New York . . . 
England 


Blacksmith . . . 
Carpinter .... 
Labourer .... 


do 
Capt Vandenbergh . . 
do 


5 7% 
5 6# 
c 6 











Muster'd and Past'd in Cap tn< John De Garmo's Company To 

P r 

MYND T ROSEBOOM, L' Col- 2 N Y Regt. 
GOOSE VAN SCHAICK, Lieut Colonel. 



FOR DUTCHESS COUNTY FOR CAPT ISAAC TfiR BUSH'S 
1762. 

Jacob Concklin, ) T . 

i>. . ,,r , \ Lieutenants. 

rhineas Woodard, 



Where Born. 


What Trades. 


Officers who Inlisted 
them. 


Stature. 


Philadelphia .... 


Labourer 


Lieut Concklin . . 


F. I. 
5 Q 


Rhode Island . . . 


do 


L l Woodard 


5 2 


Dutchess Co .... 


do 


Capt Haight. . . . 


5 8^ 


Ireland 


Taylor 


L' Concklin .... 


c i 


Long Island .... 


Blacksmith 


Capt Bush 


5 6 


Dutchess Co. . . . 


Labourer 


Lieut Woodard . 


> 2 


New England . . . 


Carpenter 


Lieut Concklin . . 


5 8 


do 
Dutchess Co. . . . 


Black Smith 
Labourer 


do 
do 


5 10 
5 6 


do 


Cooper 


do 


5 2 


New England . . 


Labourer 


do 


5 6 


Dutchess Co. . 


Cooner : 


do 


; o 1 / 



452 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Dates of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


William Murch 


Aprill 30 


17 


Jeremiah Barly 


do 10 


IQ 


Will" 1 - Richardson 


June 8 


22 


John Kvans 


Aprill 15 


18 


Prince Haws 


May i 


18 


Barny Seers 


June 6 


IQ 


Pelethia Bruster 


do 8 


21 


Joseph Hornet 


Aprill 30 


T.2 


George Hicks 


do 30 


2\ 


Moses Prindle 


May 20 


34- 


John Kane 


do 19 


"52 


John Penree 


Aprill i 


2O 


Jacob Schouten 


do 29 


IQ 


JLewis Du Bois 


do 17 


18 


Henry Lewis 


do 1 8 


16 


Joseph Worden 


do 26 


18 


Jones Odle 


do 16 


20 


Jonathan Woodard 


do 6 


18 


James Birch 


do n 


18 


Jonathan Hammond 


do 18 


17 


Elisha \Villcocks . . 


do 20 


20 


Amos \Villcocks 


do IQ 


23 


John Finch 


do 20 


17 


John Finton 


Tune i ? 


32 


Richard Hornet 


May 2Q 


5o 


Benj n- Vredinburgh 


do 25 


21 


Jacobus Ostrander 


do 26 


18 


Peter Palmatier Jun r- 


Aprill 3 


20 


Daniel Karnst 


do 24 


22 


James Pickett 


do 29 


18 


Martin Smith 


do ^o 


17 


Stephen Finton 


do 17 


3O 


John Langley 


May 2; 


18 


John Austin 


do ii 


55 


JLodawick Miller 


Aprill 26 


16 


Isaac Romane . . 


do 26 


17 



This is to Certify that the above fourty Eight Men are 
Ter Bush's Company the i6 th day of June 1762. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 453 



Where Born. 


What Trades. 


Officers who Inlisted 
them. 


Stature. 


New England . . . 


Labourer 


Lieut Concklin . . 


F. /. 

5 8 1 A 


Dutchess Co. . . . 


do 


do 


5 6 


do 


do 


Lieut Woodard 


c 7 


do 


do 


do 


5 6 


Cape Codd 


do 


L' Concklin . . 


S 6 


Boston 


Weaver 


L 1 Woodard . . . 


c IO 


Dutchess Co. . . . 


Labourer 


do 


c 10 


do 


do 


Capt Bush 


5 io l A 


North Castle . . . 


Turner 


do . . 


c i i 


New England . . 


Labourer 


do 


e 7 


Ireland 


Weaver 


Lieut Concklin 


C e 


Wales 


Labourer 


do 


j j 
c i 


Dutchess Co. . . . 


do 


Capt Bush 


5 6 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


c 7 


do 


Labourer 


do 


c c 


New England . . . 


do 


Lieut Woodard 


c 714 


Dutchess Co .... 


do 


do 


c %y, 


New England . . . 


do 


do 


5 6 


do 


do 


do 


c 6*A 


do 


do 


do 


j **/a 

5 4 


do 


do 


do 


" ii 1 A 


do 


do 


do 


C H3/ 


do 


do 


do 


j ' * 74 
"> d. 


do 


Toyner . . 


do 


c S 1 A 


Ireland 


Labourer 


Lieut Concklin 


c ? 


Dutchess Co .... 


Cordwainer 


do 


J J 
c in 


do 


Labourer 


do 


c T. 


do 


do 


Capt Harris . . 


e Q 


Germany 


do 


Capt Bush .... 


j y 

C \\/f 


New England . . 


do 


do ... 


J J/2 

c 6 


o 

do 


do 


do .... 


S 6 


Dutchess Co .... 


do 


do 


S 8 


do 


Cordwainer 


Lieut Concklin 


e -ii/. 


Ireland 


Weaver 


Capt Bush 


4. 10 


Dutchess Co. . . . 


Labourer 


do 


5 8 


do 


do 


do 


* 6 



Muster'd and past in the County of Dutchess for Cap'- Isaac 

By Me 
GOOSE VAN SCHAICK, L 1 - Coll N Y. Regt. 



454 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAIS'D & PAST D FOR THE 

COMPANY, 
Richard Rea, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Dates of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Dut chess & Ulster Counties. 
Josiah Smith 


April 1 5 


2 5 


Joseph Thirston 


March 26 


25 


Rich Neal 


do 26 


25 


Robert Griffith 


do 22 


25 


James Johnson 


do 27 


18 


James MGee 


do 27 


30 


James Bedford 


do 28 


37 


Hugh Boyles 


April i 


19 


James Gamble 


do 6 


28 


Alex n Seger 


do 6 


33 


Robert Price 


do 9 


54 


Peter Connaway 


do 10 


28 


James MNamara 


do ii 


48 


William Bovven 


do ii 


28 


Michael Meyer 


do ii 


35 


John M c lntoch 


do 12 


30 


Sam IL Bishop 


do 12 


19 


Sam 11 Trantor (?) 


do 12 


21 


Sam" Marchell 


do 12 


20 


George Nicholas 


do 15 


45 


John Oghterslater 


do 15 


40 


Richard Wooll 


do 15 


47 


Francis Utt 


do IS 


2 3 


Martin Kilsey 


do 16 


39 


John Turner 


do 17 


20 


Mich"' Gawey . 


do 21 


28 


John Siggins 


do 23 


24 


John Harley 


do 24 


37 


Joseph Craft 


do 26 


3 


John Wilders 


do 27 


22 


Hu CT h Mortgomery 


do 3 


33 


Patrick M c Colom 


do 5 


35 


Henery Slator 


May I 


22 


Jacob Sheather 


do 2 


24 


Andrew M c Combs 


do 17 


22 


Thones Hunter 


do 17 


20 


Moses Thompson 


do IQ 


42 


James Denilston 


do I 


47 


Asia Phillips 


do 24 


18 


Sam el - Beattv . . 


do 20 


21 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 455 

CITY & COUNTY OF ALBANY FOR CAPT. RICHARD REA'S 
1762. 

James M c Crindle, Lieut. 



Where Born. 


What Trades. 


Officers who Inlisted 
them. 


Stature. 


New England . . . 
England . ... 


Cordwinder . . . 
Clothyer 


Capt Rea 


6 

5 5^ 
5 4 
5 6^ 
5 6 

5 *& 

5 6# 

5 6^ 
5 6 
5 4% 
5 5 
5 *X 
5 9tf 
5 6 
5 7 1 A 
5 $ 1 A 
5 9^ 
5 10% 
5 *X 
5 8^ 

5 3^ 
5 63^ 
5 2^ 
5 3 3 X 
5 3 3 4 
5 3^ 
5 5X 
5 6# 

5 7k 
5 6# 

5 5 3 X 
5 7% 
5 7 3 X 
5 4 l /2 
5 9 
5 5^ 

5 23^ 

5 7^ 
5 7 
5 7 


do 


do ... 


Labourer 


do 


Ireland . . . 


Cordwinder . . . 
Labourer 


do 


Ne\v England . . 
Ireland 


do 


do 


do 


New England . . . 
Ireland 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Scotland 


Taylor 


do 


Holland 


do 


do 


England 


Blacksmith .... 
Labourer 


do 


Ireland 


do 


do . . 


do 


do 


Wales 


Taylor 


do 


Ireland . 


Labourer 


do 


Scotland 


do 


do 


Pensilvania 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


Ireland 


do 


do 


Germany 


Taylor 


do 


do 


Baker 


do 


New York 


Hatter 


Leut M c Crindle. 
do 
do 
do 
Capt Rea 


do 


Cordwainer . . . 
Hatter 


England 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do .... 


Sadler 


England 


Labourer 


Leut M c Crindle. 
Capt Rea . . 


do 


do 


Long Island 


Cordwinder .... 


Leut M c Crindle. 
do 
Cant Rea . 


Pencilvania 


Baker 


Ireland 


do 


do 


Labourer do 


Germany 


do 


Leut M c Crindle. 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Capt Ray . 


do 


do 


Scotland 


Taylor . . 


Ireland 


Labourer 


Scotland 


do 


Ireland 


Barber 


New England .... 
Ireland . 


Labourer 


do 


do 


do 



456 



MUSTER ROLLS CF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Dates of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Cormuck Hart 


May 26 
do 26 
March 29 
April 2 
do 2 
do 3 
do i 
do 3 
March 29 
May 21 
do 22 
April i 
do 26 
do 8 
do 3 
do 2 
do 3 
do 12 
do 27 
do 26 
do 8 
March 30 
May 29 
do 2 
June 16 
do 16 
May 20 
do 20 
do 6 
do 6 
April 10 
March 29 
April 8 
do i 
do 8 
June 14 
March 29 
do 30 
April 14 
aptain Peter 


20 

52 
'9 

*9 
18 
16 

53 
17 
24 

34 
19 

21 

37 
35 
5i 
19 
19 
18 

21 

'9 
30 
50 
30 

49 

21 

23 
2 4 

20 
21 

17 

33 
42 
28 
30 
37 

21 
26 

37 

19 
Harris 


Tho ms Hart 


Elisha Finten 


James Couey 


Amos Partlow 


Hugh Conner 


Robert Wire 


Robert Arkills 


John Hines 


John Smith 


Christophel Seputty (?) 


Thomas Davige 


John Coffinson 


Elisha Wood 


John Crow 


Paul Beardslee 


Frances Robeson 


James Fowlor 


Willi m- Anderson 


Nath 11 - Canklin 


W m - Gilling 


John Fling 


Isaac Pool 


W m - Dollaway 


Isaac Craw 


Joseph Craw, Jun r- 


Sam el- Roe 


Daniel Roe 


John Wilson 


Jonathen Phelps 


Mathew Dagget 


W m Woodford 


John Schouten 


David Watson 


Sam el - Piroy ( ? ) 


John Names 


Robert Shearer 


Edward MGinnis 


Solomon Schouten 


Solomon Leonard a Deserter from C 



This is to Certify that the Above Seventy Nine Men are 
Dutchess for Capt. Richard Rea's Company the i6 th day of 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1/62. 457 



Where Born. 


What Trades. 


Officers who Inlisted 
them. 


Stature. 


Ireland 


Labourer 


Lieut M c Crindle 


5 S l /2 


do 


Taylor 


do 


5 8 


Quaben N En"l d - 


Labourer 


Capt Rea 


5 6 


Slonentown 


do 


do 


5 5 


Dutches Co 


do ... 


do 


5 4 


Loner Island 


Carpenter . . . . 


do 


5 5 


o 

Ireland 


Leather Dresser 


do 


5 8^ 


Dutches Co . 


Weaver 


do 


5 6 


Boston 


Ship Carpenter. 


do 


5 IO 


Ireland 


Labourer 


do 


5 6% 


Dutches Co 


Miller 


do 


5 9 


London 


Cordwinder . . . 


do 


5 3 


New Jersy 


Weaver 


do 


5 O 


Ulster Co 


Cordwinder . . . 


do 


5 9 


Connucut 


Carpender 


do 


5 9 


do 


Labourer 


do 


5 5 


Old England 


do 


do 


5 8 


Philadelphia 


do .... 


do 


5 2 


New York 


do 


do 


5 8 


Lane* Island 


Black Smith . 


do 


5 6^ 


<"* 
Old France 


Labourer .... 


do 


5 alt 


Ireland 


do 


do 


5 10 


New York 


Cordwinder . . . 


do 


5 10 


Ireland 


Weaver 


do 


5 I0 


Dutches Co 


Cordwinder . 


do 


5 TV* 


New England 


do 


do 


5 10 


Dutches Co 


Labourer 


do 


5 1 1 


do 


Taylor 


do 


5 9^ 


New England 


Labourer .... 


do 


C 7 


Albany Co 


do 


do 


5 9 


New England 


Black Smith . . . 


do 


5 2*4 


London . . 


Sadler 


do 


J * /Z 

6 2V-2. 


Dutches Co 


Labourer 


do 


c c 


Jerseys 


Wheel right .... 


do 


c e 


Cape Codd 


Labourer 


do 


"> 8 


West Chester 


do 


do 


5 4 


Terse v 


do 


do 


"5 10 


Ireland 


do 


do 


5 7 


Dutches Co . . . 


do 


do 


5 io>2 


Company. 









Muster'd and past for the Countys of Albany Ulster and 
June 1762. By me 

GOOSE VAN SCHAICK, L l< Coll I"- N York Regt. 



458 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAIS'D & PASS'D MUSTER 

COMPANY, 

Peter Lent, Esq re , Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


I Austin Sealy 


March 27 


22 


W m - Ellison 


April 6 


22 


W m Kirk 


do i 


21 


W m Geary 


do Q 


24 


Hugh M c Glocklin 


May 10 


32 


George Bohannon 


April 14 


ID 


Mathias Harris 


do 14 


2O 


Timothy Wood 


do IS 


30 


Esekial Miller 


May 20 


2O 


10 Tames Tones . 


do 2; 


2O 


Henry O'Bryan 


do 30 


26 


Mark Carr 


do 10 


21 


Rich d - Williams 


March 27 


48 


Hendrick Groat Vett 


do 28 


2O 


David Smith 


do 31 


22 


Esekial Youmans 


do 31 


IQ 


Abraham Acker 


do 31 


21 


Fred k ' Painter 


April 2 


2O 


James Paul 


do 2 


22 


20 Powles James 


do 6 


21 


Zebulon Miller 


do 12 


18 


John Ackerson 


do 13 


2O 


Lodowick Crytes 


do 14 


33 


John O'Bryen 


do 16 


3O 


Joseph Miller 


do 22 


17 


Rich d- Jorvorrow 


do 24 


28 


Carpenter Kelley 


do 26 


18 


John van Dycke 


do 26 


24 


Jury Perrey 


May 4 


IQ 


30 Koonraat Gravesandt 


do 6 


18 


Jacob Nase 


do 12 


21 


Edward Bernay 


do 13 


36 


Peter Gorney 


April 12 


22 


Hugh M c Alpine 


June 12 


^8 


Corn 8 Meshuroll 


do IS 


24. 


Tohn Baker . 


do 14 


18 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 762. 459 



IN THE COUNTY OF ORANGE - 
19 JUNE 1762. 

Samuel Gale, ) 

Nathaniel Minthorn, f 



FOR CAPTAIN LENT'S 



Lieutenants. 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Officers who Inlisted. 


Stature. 


Orange Co 


Hatter 


Lieut. Gale 


F. /. 

5 6 


do 


Labourer .... 


do 


5 7 


do 


Weaver 


do 


5 5 


Connecticut .... 


Labourer 


Lieut. Minthorn . 


5 6 


Ireland 


do- 


do 


5 8 


Orange Co 


do 


do 


5 \& 


Connecticut .... 


Taylor 


do 


5 5/4 


do 


Weaver 


do 


5 5 


Orange Co . 


Labourer 


do 


5 7 


New Jersey . 


do 


do 


5 4 


Ireland 


do 


do 


5 


Orange Co 


Blacksmith .... 


do 


6 2 


Whales 


Cordwainer .... 


Capt Lent 


5 2 


New Jersey .... 


Labourer 


do 


5 7 


Orange Co 


Weaver 


do 


c 8 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


5 6 


do 


Labourer 


do 


5 754 


Germany 


do 


do 


5 c 


Long Island. . . . 


Weaver 


do 


5 5 


Orange Co . 


Labourer 


do 


5 8^ 


do 


do 


do 


5 c 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


5 cU 


Germany 


Cordwainer 


do 


<? Q 


Ireland 


do 


do 


j y 

C 71-4 


Orange Co 


Labourer . . 


do 


5 4 


Old England . 


Taylor 


do 


"? 4 


Connecticut .... 


Wheelwright . . 


do 


5 6 


New Jersey 


Whampin Maker 


do 


"> 4 


Germany 


Labourer 


do 


"> d*A 


Phillipsborough . 


do 


do 


5 6 


Orange Co 


do 


do 


"> 4 


Whales 


Surgeon . . 


do 


5 S 1 A 


Old France 


Labourer 


do 


c 6V 2 


N Ireland 


Weavor 


do 


c 4}^ 


New York 


Cordwainer .... 


do 


5 Q 1 A 


Old England . 


Labourer . 


do 


j y/z 

5 7 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age 


John Defrize 


Tune 17 


-?8 


Israel Knap 


April 12 


20 


Richard Cooper 


do 19 


17 


40 Edward Mason, Serg 4 


do 5 




Gilbert Johnson 


Tune IQ 


I 7 


Ebenezer Knap 


April 12 


17 


Benj n- Dailey . . 


June 16 


I 7 


James van Garda 


do 16 


22 


Isaac Samons 


do 10 


23 


John Clark 


April 16 


1 8 


W m - Cartney 


March 22 




John Seep 


April i 


22 


49 Thomas Johnson 


March 24 


IQ 









This is to Certify that the above being One Capt. Two 
Capt. Lent's Company for Orange County. 

New York June 23 d 1762. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISD & PASS'D MUSTER 

STEVENS COMPANY 

Benjamin Stevens, Eq re , Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


I Robert Stivers 


March 30 


25 


John Evans 


do T,O 


24 


Joseph Pell 


do 27 


22 


Benj" Row 


do 24 


2O 


John Edwards 


do 24 


40 


Daniel Chapman 


do 27 


21 


James Jetto 


May 5 


17 


George Hutchinson 


do i; 


21 


John Morris 


June i 


28 


Richard Thrupp 


March 24 


27 


Lawrence Malone , 


June I 


38 


Tames Mosier . 


do I 


18 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 461 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Officers who Inlisted. 


Stature. 


Orange Co 


Cordwainer .... 


Capt Lent 


F. /. 

c 8 


Westchcster Co 


Labourer 


do 


c A y~ 


Orange Co 


do 


do 


j *t 72 

C -3 


Ireland . . . 


do 


do 


J J 

c 7 


Orange Co .... 


do 


do 


/ 
C A. 


Connecticut .... 


do 


do 


j *f 
5 6 14 


Dutchess Co. ... 
Minisink 


do 
Wheelwright . . . 


Lieut Minthorn. 
do 


J w /3 

5 8 
6 o 


Long Island 


Labourer 


do 


s 6 


Newjersey 


do 


do 


;> u 

C 7 I/. 


Connecticut . . . 


do 


L'-M c Lau"hlin 


J 0/2 

r A 


Jamaica 


do 


D 

do 


J 4 

e c 


New York. 


do 


Lieut Nisbet . . 


j 5 

Z A 



Leiut* & forty Nine Men where Raisd & pass'd Muster in 
MICH THODEY Coll Comd* N Y. Rest. 



IN THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER FOR CAPTAIN BENJAMIN 
20 JUNE 1762. 



Richard Huson, 
Silvanus Horton, 



, Lieutenants. 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Officers who In- 
listed. 


Stature. 


East Chester . ... 


Labourer 


Capt Stevens 


c 8 


Philadelphia 


do 


do 


j v 

c 7 


Westchester 


Shingle Maker. 


do 


j / 
c jo 


Long Island 


Labourer 


do 


j JW 
c 8 


Whales 


do 


do 


j " 

C A 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


J *T 

e c 


Plymouth 


do ... 


do 


j j 

C T 


London 


do 


do 


D * 
e 2 


do 


Grocer 


do 


j 

C A 


do 


Stay Maker . . . 


do 


J *T 

e c 


Old England 


Labourer 


do 


j j 
c 8 


Westchester Co. . 


do 


do 


J " 

i; ^ 



462 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Lanchaster Thorn 


May 22 


20 


14 Robert Farrington 


do 8 


2C 


Jesse Arnold 


June 4 


*3 

I 7 


Samuel Hughson 


May 10 


1 / 
22 


John Barrent , 


Aoril 12 


20 



Johan Caspar Crimpack ; March 22 

Peter Barrent April 12 

Ebenezer Boutton March 23 

Thomas Wright April I 

Charles Curry June 4 

Anthony Hill April 6 

Augustus Barrot May 4 

Stephen Furlong I do 4 

26 John Baptize ! do 4 



This is to Certify that the above being One Captain Two 
County of Westchester for Capt. Stevens' Company. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED AND PASS'D MUSTER 

COMPANY 

James Clinton, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


I James Dunlap, Serj* 


March 29 


24 


John Fulton 


April i 


24 


Alexander M c Carty 


do 2 


24 


Robert Goodgion 


do 7 


22 


Samuel Wilson, Sent 


do 7 


22 


Daniel Cammeron 


do q 


2O 


Thomas Butler 


do Q 


4O 


John M c Gown 


do Q 


17 


John Micklehoan 


do 10 


45 


10 John Southerland 


do 14 


50 


David Southerland 


do 2S 


16 


Samuel Divine 


do 10 


27 


Samuel Davis, Sent 


do 18 


28 


Joseph Fitchett . 


do iq 


30 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 463 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Officers who In- 
listed. 


Stature. 


Loncz Island . , 


Marriner 


Capt Stevens. . 


5 Q 


D 

do 


Cordwainer . . . 


do 


5 7 


Dutchess Co 


Labourer 


Lieut Huson . . 


5 \& 


Westchester Co . . . 


do 


do 


5 10 


do 


do 


do 


5 5 


Copen Ha< T an 


do 


do 


5 c 


Westchester 


do 


do 


5 5J< 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


5 45^ 


Orange Co 


do 


do 


5 10 


Dutchess Co 


do 


do 


5 6 


do 


do 


do 


5 4 


do 


do 


Lieut Horton. 


5 6 


do 


do 


do 


5 6 


do 


do 


do 


* 6 



Lieut* and Twenty Six Men where Muster'd & pass'd in the 
MICH. THODEY, Coll Conid* of the N. York Reg ts - 



IN THE COUNTY OF ULSTER FOR CAPTAIN CLINTON'S 
20 JUNE 1762. 

William Stewart, ) T . 

r Lieut. 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who inlisted. 


Stature. 


Ireland 


Weaver . . 


Capt Clinton 


F. I. 

Z 7 


do 


Cordwainer . . . 


do 


j / 

$ 6 


North Britain . . . 


Labourer 


do 


j v 

C A3/ 


Pensylvania 


Taylor 


do 


J *r 74 

r Q3/ 


Iceland 


Cordwainer . . . 


do 


j y 74 
e n% 


North Britain . . . 


Labourer 


do 


c t*A 


Ireland 


do 


do 


j j /* 

c 7 y, 


Ulster County . . . 
Ireland 


Cordwainer . . . 
Weaver 


do 
do 


j if* 

5 5 

c 8^ 


West Chester. . . 


Carpenter 


do 


-> "74 

: 83/ 


Orange Co 


Labourer 


do 


J U 74 
c 2 


Masechusetts Bay. 


do 


do 


j 

I 6 


New York 


do 


do 


j w 

: IO3/ 


Ulster Co . 


Carpenter . 


do 


J "-'74 

; ii 



464 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Douelas M c Allor 


April 
do 
do 
do 
May 
do 
April 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
June 
do 
do 
April 
do 
May 
April 
do 
do 
do 
June 
do 
April 


17 
20 

7 
28 
i 

4 
10 
20 
30 

7 

H 
6 

6 
ii 

19 

H 
9 

H 

19 
10 

27 

27 
i 

13 
i 

19 
i 

20 

15 

20 


17 
17 
22 

17 

52 
24 

18 

24 
30 

21 

26 
40 
30 

23 
22 

17 
20 

17 

23 

18 
18 

54 

22 
21 

16 
44 

17 
16 

28 
20 

22 


o 

Tunis van Clief 


John Graham, Serjt 


Cornelius M c Clean 


Robert Ferguson 


20 James Campbell 


Samuel Fulton 


Stephen Hooper 


Jacobus M c Clean , 


James Graham 


Claudius Smith 


Daniel MBride 


Samuel M c Collum 


John Kennedy 


Duncan Cammeron . .... 


3O Robert Cross 


John Coleman 


Hi^^ins Concklin . 


C> o 

George Elms 


John Shea . 


Allexander Hill 


John Green , . . 


\Villiam Hag"erty 


Gerlicht Hext ( 5 ) 


John Bartly 


40 James Noble 


John Johnston 


\Villiam Addison 


John Smith 


Richard Stewart 


Thomas Combs 





This is to Certify that the above being one Captain One 
Capt. Clinton's C In County of Ulster. 

New York 24 th June 1762. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 465 



Where born. 


Trade. 


Officers who inlisted. 


Stature. 


Orange Co 


Carpenter 


Capt Clinton . . . 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Lieut Stewart . . 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Capt Clinton . . . 
Lieut Stewart . . 
Capt Clinton . . . 
do 
Lieut Stewart . . 
Capt Clinton . . . 
do 
do 
do 
Lieut Hewson . . 
Capt Byrns. . . . 


F. I. 

5 8/ 2 
5 3^ 
5 3 
5 8 
5 6 
5 6 
5 6 
5 8 
5 10 
5 8 
5 9 
5 5 
5 10 
5 W 
5 3 
5 5 
5 5 
5 4^ 
5 ioK 
5 10 
5 5 
5 10 
5 4 
5 7 
5 3 
5 5 
5 4 
5 2 
5 8 
5 5 
5 10 


New Jersey . ... 


Labourer 


Ulster Co 


Cordwainer . . . 
Labourer 


do 


Ireland 


do 


New Jersey 


Cordwainer . . . 
Labourer 


Ireland 


New Jersey 


do 


Orange Co 


Moulder 


Ulster Co 


Labourer 


Long Island 


do 


Ireland 


do .... 


Orange Co 


Cordwainer. . . . 
Taylor 


Ireland 


North Britain .... 
Ireland 


Labourer 


Cordwainer. . . . 
Carpenter 


Livingston Manor 
Long Island 


Blacksmith .... 
Carpenter . 


Wallkill 


do 


Labourer .... 


Ireland 


Weaver 


do 


Labourer 


Orange Co 


do 


Germany 


do 


New England. . . . 
Ireland 


do 


Taylor .... 


Tersev . 


Labourer . . . 


Ulster County . . . 
Germany 


Taylor 


Mason 


Ireland 


Labourer 


Loner Island . 


Cordwainer. . . . 


Capt Clinton . . . 


o 



Lieutenant & Forty Five Men where Muster'd & pass'd for 

MICH THODEY, Coll Comd' 
of N York Regts. 



30 



466 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAIS'D & PASS'D MUSTER 

COMPANY JUNE 

Anthony Waters, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


i Jeremiah Mannor 


March 22 


25 


James Stout 


do 24 


27 


John Dey 


do 28 


2O 


Patrick Calkinpfs. . 


April 12 


48 


Vincent Fountain 


do JO 


3Q 


Peter van Pelt 


do 21 


24 


George Bass 


do 21 


23 


John Johnson 


do 20 


17 


John Zealuff 


May i 


26 


10 Simon Merroll 


do 4 


18 


Isaac Tho s- Johnson 


do IO 


2o 


Isaac Johnson 


do 7 


16 


John Goodman 


do 31 


20 


John Stillwell 


Tune 1 7 


44 


Alex r- Pecord 


do 20 


18 


Jehu Fisherman, Indian 


do 20 


18 


Prince Edward, Indian 


do 20 


IQ 


Samuel Overthrow 


do 20 


40 


Peter M c lntire 


do 20 


27 


20 David Bird 


April 


18 


John Roe 


March 20 


30 


John Pompey, Negro 


do 22 


2S 


Augustus Pennell 


April i 


36 


Thomas Brewin, Negro 


do i 


20 


Joseph Cleath 


June 20 


36 


Peter Rushe 


do 20 


32 


Peter Green 


do 20 


27 


28 John Justus 


do 20 


21 









This is to Certify that the above being One Captain & 
County of Richmond for Capt. Anthony Waters' Company 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 467 



IN 

21 



THE COUNTY 
1762. 



OF RICHMOND FOR CAPTAIN WATERS 



Lieutenants. 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Officers who Inlisted. 


Stature. 


Old England . . . 


Labourer 


Capt. Waters 


C 4 


New Jersey . . . . 


Cordxvainer .... 


do 


C Q 


do 


do 


do 


^ I I 


Ireland 


Taylor 


do 




Staten Island . . . 


Labourer 


do 


c 10 


do 


do 


do 


5 8 


London 


Weaver 


do 


5 8 


Staten Island . . . 


do 


do 


C 7 


do 


Labourer 


do 


C 7 


do 


do 


do 


5 8 


do 


do 


do 


c 6 


do 


do 


do 


s o 


Germany 


do 


do 


i ^v> 


Old England . . . 


Cloathycr 


do 


5 6 


New England . . 


Labourer 


do 




D 

Rhode Island . . . 


do 


do 


5 5 / 


Long Island .... 


do 


do 


: c 


New Jersey .... 


Marriner 


do . . 




North Brittain . . 


Founder 


do 


5 6 


New Jersey .... 
Ireland 


Wampen Maker. 
Labourer 


do 
Capt. Rea 


5 9 

c c 


Long Island .... 


do 


L' Nishet 


<; 6 


Germany 


Cordwainer 


L'- Martling . . . . : 


5 8 


West Indies .... 


Labourer 


L' M c Laughlin . . 


C A 


Old France .... 


do 


Capt Waters . . . 


c 7 


do 


do .... 


do 


5 10 


do 
Hanover 


do 
do 


do 
do 


5 6 

r c 











Twenty Eight Men where Rais'd & pass'd Muster In the 
June 28 th 1762. 

MICH. THODEY, Coll Comd' 
N. Y. Res" 



468 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISD IN THE COLONY 
REGIMENTS UNDER CAPT. TIMOTHY 

Timothy Northam, Captain. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of In- 
listment. 


Age. 


Ebene/er Skinner 


May 8 


32 


John Gardiner 


do 13 


23 


Seth Warner 


do 6 


10 


Ebenezer Fuller 


do 8 


23 


Moses Hunley 


do IO 


23 


Cornelius Sullivan 


<jO I T, 


17 


James Eady 


do n 


3O 


Jacob Clark , 


do 14 


16 


Epharim Clark 


do 14 


17 


James Gray 


do 14 


IQ 


Silas Prett 


do n 


10 


Thomas I3yrns 


do 12 


36 


Benj" Halley 


do n 


2O 


Daniel Hammer Indian 


do 27 


23 


Richard Nicholls 


do 14 


CO 


Simson \Vri"ht 


do 16 


16 


Ichabod Bogue 


do 16 


17 


Joseph Prout 


do 21 


18 


P>eni n Hubbard Indian 


do 1 7 


28 


Elifelit Holmes 


do 14 


18 


John Lock 


do ic 


IQ 




do 16 


2Q 




do i T, 


16 









This is to Certify that the above being One Captain & 
ticut for the New York Regiments & pass'd in Muster by 
June 30, 1762. 

A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAIS'D & PASS'D IN THE 

JULY i, 

Captain, Daniel Griffin. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlist merit. 


Age. 


Isaak Howel 


April 24 


IQ 


John Penny 


May T. 


18 


Robert Terry 


do 3 


17 


Jonathan Dicason... 


do T> 


18 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 469 



OF CONNECTICUT & PASS'D MUSTER FOR THE NEW YORK 
NORTHAM, N YORK 29 JUNE 1762. 

> Lieutenants. 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Officers who In- 
listed. 


Stature. 


Connecticut 


Mason 


Capt Northam 


F. /. 

e Q 


Old England 


Marriner 


do 


j y 
c 7 


Connecticut 


Cordwainer .... 


do 


5 8 


do 


Taylor 


do 


* 6 


do 


Marriner . 


do 


3 w 

r 8 1/2 


City of Cork 


do 


do 


5 u /2 
C Al 


Connecticut 


Carpenter 


do 


j *t/y 

C Q 


do 


Labourer 


do 


j y 

: c 


do 


do 


do 


? j 
i c 


Old England 


Marriner 


do 


j j 

C A 


Hristoll 


do 


do 


J *f 

S 6 


Ireland 


Labourer . . 


do 


J w 
e I I 


Connecticut 


Refiner of Iron 


do 


j * * 

=; 1 1 1 A 


do 


Labourer 


do 


J * /2 

c g 


Rhode Island 


do 


do 


C Q 


Connecticut 


do 


do 


j y 

C 4 


do 


do 


do 


5 6 


do 


do 


do 


C Q 


do 


do 


do 


j y 
c g 


do 


Joyner 


do 


c -j 


Old England 


Marriner 


do 


J J 
c 7 


Boston 


Cordwainer. . . . 


do 


j / 
c 8 


Connecticut . 


Labourer . 


do 


j " 

; 6 



Twenty Three Men where Raisd in the Colloney of Connec- 
MICH. THODEY, Coll Comd 1 N York Regts. 



COUNTY OF SUFFOLK FOR CAPTAIN GRIFFIN'S COMPANY 
1762. 

Daniel Roe, ) T . 

Abraham Dayton, f Lieutenants. 



Where Born. 



Trade. 



Officers who Inlisted. 



Suffolk Co 'Carpenter Capt Griffin 

do do do 

do iFarmer do 

do do do 



Stature. 



F. /. 

5 5 

5 6 

5 7 

5 8 



470 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


John Trube . 


April 25 


24 


William Goldsmith 


May i 3 


16 


Daniel Shaw 


do 13 


19 


Ludlow Clark 


do 3 


20 


Joshua Reeve 


do 3 


16 


John Howel 


do 3 


17 


Jonathan Hallock 


do 3 


23 


John Tuttle 


do 17 


IQ 


David Howel 


do 14 


22 


John Norrice 


Apiil 27 


25 


Zepheniah Howel 


May 13 


20 


John Colliner 


April 23 


45 


Peter Tummin 


May 24 


23 


Gains Gardiner 


do 4 


18 


Stephen Homes 


do T, 


31 


Jonthen Rocket 


Tune 7 


22 


Abraham King 


do 7 


2O 


Moses Contenant 


April 28 


?6 


William Topping . 


do 18 


18 


John Warry 


do 2\ 


?6 


Abraham Hopping. . 


May 12 


16 


Daniel Baley 


do 7 


17 


Joseph Reach . 


do 7 


20 


Silas Woodruff 


June 6 


17 


Samuel Tyler 


May <; 


2O 


John Frances 


do 16 


33 


Jonathan Monrow 


do 1 1 


16 


Arther Ocoly 


do 28 


3 6 


Alex n Johnston 


April 28 


22 


William Orwine 


do 28 


IQ 


Nathaniel Norton 


May 2 


IQ 


William Owens 


June 20 


25 


Jonathen Yarrington 


April 27 


IQ 


John Biergs . . 


do 16 


17 


John Leport 


do 14 


23 


William Bohannon 


May 10 


22 


Bejamin Toms 


April 21 


22 


Samuel MacMaster 


do 21 


IS 


Jacob Lotewall .... 


Tune is 


2; 


John Wilson 


April 21 


IQ 


Joseph Matthews 


do 16 


23 


Thomas Ruland . 


May ii 


21 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 4/1 



Where Bora. 


Trade. 


Officers who Inlisted. 


Suture. 


Connecticut .... 


Hatter 


Capt Griffin .... 


/. /. 

5 6 


Suffolk Co 


Shoemaker 


do 


5 6 


do 


do 


do 


5 6 


do 


lovner . . 


do 


5 6 


do 


Shoe Maker .... 


do 


5 6 


do 


Farmer 


do 


c c 


do . ... 


do 


do 


C 


do .... 


do 


do 


5 7 


do 


do 


do 


5 6 


Old England . 


Weaver 


do 


"> 4 


o 

Suffolk Co 


Shoe Maker .... 


do 


"> 7 


England 


Sadler 


do 


5 6 


France 


Farmer 


do 


5 6 


Suffolk Co 


Black Smith 


do 


5 1 1 


do 


Farmer 


do 


^ Q 


do 


do 


do 


1 1 


do 


Cooper 


do 


5 Q 


Switzerland .... 
Suffolk Co 


Black Smith 
Weaver 


Lieut Dayton . . . 
do 


5 5 

5 4. 


France 


Farmer 


do 


5 i i 


Suffolk Co . . . 


Weaver 


do 


C I 


do 


Cooper 


do 


^ Q 


France 


Weaver 


do 


*> 7 


Suffolk Co 


do 


do 


*> 2 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


t* I I 


France 


Farmer 


do 


5 6 


Suffolk Co 


do 


do 


C 7 


do 


do 


Lieut Roe 


7 


Ireland 


Carpenter 


do . . 


6 


do 


Miner 


do 


10 




Black Smith 


do 


IO 


England 


Carpenter 


do 


c 


Suffolk Co 


Shoe Maker .... 


do 


3 


do 


Farmer 


do 


3 


Sweedland 


Weaver 


do .. . 


C 


Suffolk Co 


do . 


do 


8 


New Jersey .... 


Black Smith 


do 


8 


Ireland . . . . . 


Seman 


do .... 


7 


France 


Pit Sawer 


do 


5 


England 


Farmer 


do 


-i 


France 


Weaver 


do 


j 


Suffolk Co . 


Farmer . 


do 


8 



472 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Anthony Basteen 


April 12 


26 


Jacob Ruland 


May 1 1 


47 


John Stedman 


April 29 


21 


Elicum Brust 


May 28 


18 


Joshua Hulp 


do 23 


e6 


David Coley 


June 26 


D^ 
2T. 


Samuel Beckwith 


do 10 


32 


Tames Sambo, Negro. . 


do 1 1 


J* 

18 


Daniel Samson, Negro.. 


April 21 


21 


Daniel Fleng 


do 21 


16 


William Ward 


Mav s 


17 


Samuel Burnet 


June 20 


2"? 


Solomon Tveert 


March 24 


3O 



This May Certify that above is one Captain two Lieuten- 
Cap tn- Grifens Company for Suffolk County. 
July I st 1762. 

NB. the Last man on this Roll was Muster'd by me which 



A LIST OF COMMISSIONS GRANTED BY THE HON BLE 

Michael Thodey, Esq., Co 11 - I st N York Regim'- & Comm r - 
George Brewerton, Esq, Co 11 - 2 d do .... for the Expedition. 
Goose Van Schaick, Esq, Lieut. Col I st Regim 1 - 
Myndert Roseboom, Esq, Lieut Col. 2 d do 
William W. Hogan, Major, I st do 



John van Veghten, Major, 



2 d do for the Expedition. 



Captains. 


Lieutenants. 


6 

'Si 

V 




Barnaby Byrne 
Abraham De Forest 
Francis Thodey 
Jonathan Haight 


Henry Dawson ) 
John Mawremett (?) j 


I st 

I st 
I st 
2 d 




for the 
- Expedi- 
tion. 


James Treadvvell j 

Alexander White ) 
Joseph Fitzpatrick j 

Peter Martling ) 
William Jarvis j 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 473 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Officers who Inlisted. 


Stature. 


Flanders 


Weaver 


Lieut Roe 


F. I. 

8 


Kings Co 


do 


do 


8 


Rode Island 


Farmer 


do 


6 


Suffolk Co 


do 


do 


2 


do 


do 


do 


7 


Kngland 


Carpenter 


do 


4 


Conneticut . ... 


Shoemaker 


do 





Suffolk Co 


Farmer 


do 


4 


do 


do 


do 




do 


Taylor 


do 


I 


do 


Carpenter 


do 


\ 


do 


Farmer .... 


do 


1 1 


Ireland . 


Marriner . 


Capt Griffin . 


4 



ants and fifty Eight Men Raised and Passed Muster for 

NATHANIEL WOODHULL. 

makes Fifty Nine Men for Suffolk County. 

MICH. THODEY Coll - Comd 1 N York Regts. 

CADWALLADER COLDEN ESQ*- FOR THE CAMPAIN 1762. 



Captains. 


Lieutenants. 


i> 




Peter Harris 




Teunis Corsa ) 
Abraham Swartwout f 


2 d 


for the 










- Expedi- 


John Grant 




John Nisbitt ) 
Abraham Mamson j 


2 d 


tion. 


Cornelius Vandenburgh 
John Visher 
John De Garemo 


Barent Ten Eyck ) 
John R. Miller 
Tunis Vroman ) 


2 d 








Patrick Welsh 


1 st 


( Oswego 






Ambrose Horton 


I 


| gone to 
( Oswego 



John Constable, Surgeon I Reg 1 
James Clinton 
Richard Rea 



474 MUSTER ROLLS OF 

A MUSTER OF MEN RAISED AND PAST MUSTER, SINCE 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Dates of 
Inlisttn 1 - 


Age. 


James Lyle 


May 7 


ZQ 


Jacob Hartwick 


June 2 


7g 


Michel Donnally 


do 2 


21 


Patrick Lozie 


do 12 


IQ 


Alexander Allen 


do 12 


1 y 
27 


William Erwin 


do 12 


28 


Rob 1 Thomas 


do 12 


24. 


Neal Commons 


do 12 


22 


Common Shulds 


May 24 


27 


James Curry 


June o 


2C 


Samuel Ward 


do 1 1 


4O 


James Hooper 


do 12 


23 


Conradt Wise 


do 1 7 


^8 


James Wage 


do 18 


42 


William Holland 


Apr 1 21 


22 


Patrick De Lancy 


June 2 


4C 









These May Certifye that the above named men being 
after they being marched from this. Albany 19 th June 1762. 



Endorsed with receipts of Captains Barak Snethen, John de 
inlisting money, .176, paid by Paymasters Dirck Ten Broeck 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAIS D AND PASS D MUSTER 

CAPTAIN VAN DYCK'S COMPANY 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Dates of 
Inlistment. 


/ 


I Malachi Donally 


May 8 




2 William Wildie 


do IQ 




3 George Finny 


April 2 




4 John Adam Barger 


do Q 




5 Henry Haywood 


do 2 




6 John Cole 


do 20 




7 Edward Seymore 


do 6 




8 John Brooks 


do 20 




o Christoph r- Quinn 


do 10 




10 Corne ls - Yacham. Indian . 


do 17 





Age. 



27 

17 

27 

45 
42 

23 
23 
33 
40 

17 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 762. 475 
THE MUSTERS OK ALBANY COUNTY WAS COMPLETED 1762. 



Where Born. 



What Trade. 



What Companies c .^ 4 
they belong to. 



Scotland Joyner 

Germany Carpenter 

Ireland Labourer 

do do 

Scotland | do 

Ireland I do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

New England do 

Long Island Cordwinder 

Germany Butcher 

England Cordwinder 

New England ; do 

Ireland . . Labourer 



Capt Snethen . . 5 8 



iter .... 


do 


5 6# 


rer 


do 


C C ^/ 


.... 


do 


5 S 


.... 


do 


5 9 




do 


5 io/'2 




do 


5 10 


.... 


do 


5 6 




Capt De Garmo 


5 6 l /z 




do 


5 7% 




do 


5 6^2 


inder . . 


do 


5 8^ 


ir 


do 


5 6 


inder . . 


do 


j 
5 5# 


> 


do 


5 5 


rer .... 


do 


6 



muster 'd and past for the above mention'd Companies, 

MYND T ROSEBOOM, L' Col. 2 d N Y Regt. 
GOOSE VAN SCHAICK L l Col. i s N Y Regt. 

Garmo, and Lieut Colonel Roseboom for the bounty and 
and Gerard de Peyster. 



AT SCHENECTADY IN THE COUNTY OF ALBANY FROM 
SCHENECTADY MAY 27 1762. 



Where horn. 


What Trade. 


Officers who Inlisted 
them. 


Stature. 


Ireland 


Labourer . . . 


Capt van Dyck 


F. I. 

? A 1 / 


New Jersey 


do 


do 


5 6/ 


Ireland 


Brazier 


do 


c 6 


Germany 


Weaver 


do 


5 8 


New England 


Labarour . . . 


do 


S 7 


Orange Co 


do 


do 


5 8)^ 


N. lersev . 


do 


do 


; 1 1 1 X 


Ireland 


Cordwinder . 


do 


J * * /4 
C 4.3/ 


do 


Laborour . . 


do 


5 io/4 


EUSODOS . 


do 


do 


S 714 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Dates of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


1 1 James Akinson 


April 26 


24 


12 John Moore 


do 22 


77 


13 Peter Lucas, Negro 


do 9 


46 


14 Peter Primus, Negro 


May 26 


16 


1 5 William Oney 


do 24 


2C 


16 John Bodle 


April 12 


ec 


17 Michel Dorran 


do K 


4 5 


1 8 Patrick Moore 


do 12 


26 


19 Edward Mills 


do i 


25 


20 Rich d> Auldrick 


May 3. 


S8 


2 1 Will 1 "- Barkin 


Apr. 2 


27 


22 John Dance 


do 9 


2S 


23 Robert Hide. . 


do 5 


72 


24 James Summerel 


May 18 


24 


25 Gilbert Poor 


Apr 3 


77 


26 Michel Hoople 


May 27 


4C 


27 Peter Smith 


Apr 2 


77 


28 William Wildie 


do 2 


48 


29 Joseph Rodnezer 


May 26 


27 


30 Peter Cluson 


do 1.1 


21 


31 Francis Toddio, Indian . 


do 3 


27 



These may Certify that the above Named Men are Mus- 
Number of thirty one. 



A MUSTER ROLL OF MEN RAIS D IN DIFFERENT COUNTY'S, 

WHEN THEIR RESPECTIVE 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Dates of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 


Richard Johnson 


Tune 17 


17 


Joseph Cocksure, Indian 


do 9 


21 


John Sharemen, Indian 


do Q 


18 


Alexand r - M c Farden 


do 17 


28 


James Todd 


April 17 


20 


Vessel Dickenson 


do 14 


28 


Jacob Fassey 


Tune IQ 


10 


Thom s- Schaditon 


do 19 


2O 


Tohn Petty . 


May 13 


IQ 



These may Certify that the above named men being 
Companies, they being Absent when the Companys was 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1 762. 477 



Where born. 


What Trade. 


Officers who Inlisted 
them. 


Stature. 


England 


Laborour . . . 


Capt van Dyck. . 


F. I. 

5 3ft 


Ireland 


do 


do 


5 8 


New York 


do 


do 


5 "ft 


Schenectady 


do 


do 


5 4 


Philadelphy . .... 
Ireland 


Cordwinder . 
Baker 


do 
do 


5 4ft 
5 \y. 


Man r Livingston . . 
Ireland 


Labarour . . . 
Cooper 


do 
do 


5 6/ 2 
5 4 1 A 


England 


Miller 


do 


5 7Y" 


do 


Brewer 


do 


5 5 


Ireland 


Labarour . . . 


do 


5 4ft 


Schenactady 


do 


do 


6 y, 


England 


Cooper 


do 


5 5^ 


Ireland 


Labarour . . 


do 


5 5 


do 


do 


do 


5 9 1 A 


Germany 


do 


do 


5 3 i/ 


Scotland 


do 


do 


5 9 


England 


Weaver 


da 


5 5 


Germany 


Baker 


do 


5 3^ 


Pensalvania 


Labourer . . . 


do 


5 8^ 


Portiiral . . 


do 


do 


; 7 1 A 



ter'd & Pass'd for Mr. Cornelius van Dyck's Company to the 
MYND T - ROSEBOOIU, L 1 Col. 2 d N Y Regt. 
GOOSE VAN SCHAICK, L' Coll, i d N Y Regt. 

AND PASSD MUSTER AT ALBANY, THEY BEING ABSENT 
COMI> VS WHERE MUSTEK'D. 



Where Born. 


What Trade. 


What Companies they 
belong to. 


Stature. 


Dutches Countv. . . . 


Labourer . . 


Capt Bush 


F. I. 

"> 7 


New England 


do . . . 


do 


5 6 


do 


do 


do 


5 4 


Scotland 


Talor 


do 


: 5 


Ireland . . . 


Labourer 


Capt Ray 


C Q 


New Brunswick . . 


Cordwinder . 


do 


C Q 


Pensalvania 


Carpenter . . . 


Capt Stevenson . 


5 6% 


West Chester Co . . 
Lon? Island . 


Labourer . . . 
Carpenter . 


do 
Cant Griffen . 


5 7 
* 8K> 



Muster'd and past Muster at Albany for the Above Mention'd 
Muster'd. GOOSE VAN SCHAICK, L' Col i ft N York Regt. 
MYND T ROSEBOOM, L 1 - Col. 2 d N Y. Regt. 



478 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF PART OF CAPT. TIMOTHY NORTHAM'S 
MICHAEL THODY ESQ R is COLL., AS THEY 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Ezekiel Scott, Serg' 

Samuel Balding, Serg 1 . . . 

Jesse Craw, Serg 1 

Nathan Beebe 

Asa Merrills 

Abraham Russel 

Rossel Beebe 

Gedeon Beebe 

William Dixon 

Thomas Roxvley 

James Calkins 

Obadiah Andrews 

Samuel Fox 

William Beans 

Robert Holdridge 

Hugh Monro 

Thomas Gould 

Andrew Messenger 

Christopher Bennet 

Daniel Roberds 

John Lawrence 

Samuel Bur 

Zophar Andrews 

John Tooly 

Nathan Baxter 

Richard Larrobee 

Abner Philps 

Josiah Coy 

John Purple 

John Moody 

Simon Baxter 

Samuel Adams, Indian.. 
James Wawas, Indian. . . 
Timothy Tokous, Indian. 



Dales of 
Inlistment. 


Age. 



May 14 

do 7 

do 14 

do 20 

do 14 

do 12 

do 14 

do 25 

June 1 6 

May 10 

do 10 

do 14 

do 17 

do I [ 

do 17 

do 14 

do 14 

do 15 

do 5 

do 15 

do 1 1 

June 17 

May 14 

do 14 

April 28 

May 13 

do 14 

do 13 

do 15 

do 14 

do 21 

do 14 

do 14 

June 15 



24 

27 

23 
23 
40 
21 
21 
22 

18 
16 

21 

21 
42 

25 
40 

30 
21 
21 

16 
18 

27 
30 

35 

22 
20 
24 
31 

34 
17 
17 
46 

28 

34 



At the Request of Cap 1 Timothy Northam I do hereby 
number have Appeard before me And Appear to me to be 
Albany io th August 1762. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, I 762. 479 



COMP V IN i" REGIMENT OF NEW YORK TROOPS WHEREOF 
PASS'D THIS 5 DAY OF AUGUST 1762. 



Where Born. 


Of What Trade. 


(Blank). 


Stature. 


Farmin^town 


Farmer 




/'. /. 
S T 


East 1 1 a< Ul.ini 


do 




" Q 


Windsor . .... 


do . 




5 i i 


East Haddam 


Cordvvainer 




5 6 


Hartford 


Leather Dresser. . 




5 9 


Providence . . 


Mariner 




^ 7 


New London 


Labourer 




c 10 


do 


Rope Maker 




5 8 


Middle Town 


Labourer 




5 6 


Lime Town 


do 




$ 2 


Lebanon 


Joiner 




"> 4 


Farmin^town 


do 




5 IO 


New London 


Farmer 




5 8 


East Haddam .... 


Mariner 




5 6 


Stoningtown 


Cooper 




=> 7 


Kilmore in Irei d . . . 


Labourer 




5 6 


Farm in "'town 


Cordwainer 




C I I 


do 


do 




C Q 


Stonin T to\vn 


Farmer 




6 o 


Middletown 


Joiner 




c o 


Plane Field 


Farmer 




C Q 


Wallingsford 


Founder 




= 8 


Farm in o t own 


Cordwainer 




5 6 


Killin^sworth 


Labourer 




T 8 


Hebron 


do 




C Q 


Coventry 


Farmer 




c 10 


Windsor 


do 




S 6 


Woodstock 


Distiller 




C Q 


East Haddon 


Farmer 




C Q 


Guilford 


Cordwainer 




C 2 


Martha's Vinyard 


Carpenter 




s Q 


Farmingtown 






j y 

5 8 


do 






"? Q 


Milford 






5 6 











TIMOTHY NORTHAM. 

Certify that the Above named men being Thirty four In 
Able bodied men. VOLCKERT P Douw, Mayor. 



480 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN CONTINUED IN THE PAY 
OF THE PROVINCE OF NEW YORK FROM I ST JULY 
TO 5 NOVEMBER 1762 AGREEABLE TO AN ACT OF 
ASSEMBLY ALLOWING THE THREE POUNDS BOUNTY 
FOR THEIR CONTINUANCE TO THAT TIME. FORT 
ONTARIO AUG T - 10 1762. 



MEN'S NAMES. 



John Taylor 
Moulry Young 
John Rogers 
Michael Crosby 
Michael White 
Israel Pearcy 
William Mattocks 
George Diver 
Valantine Burch 
Daniel Audlinton 
Thomas Berry 
George Cross 
Francis Duffey 
William Ellison 
Duncan M c Ferson 
Colin M c Claren 
John Ferdinand 
Connel Frank 
John Higgans 
Hugh M c FalI 
Thomas M c Carty 
George Nublow 
Joseph Obryan 
Anthoney Shinew 
Anthoney Swarts 
James Tomlinson 
Nehemiah Williams 
John Brown 
Edward Aulderson 
Francis Varpalee 
Michael Rake 
Jacob Shearman 
Henry Neal 



MEN'S NAMES. 



George Nixon 
Charles Daugherty 
Godfry Myers 
Thomas Matthews 
Michael Doud 
Joshua Philipse 
James Salter 
Thomas Ward 
John Williams 
William Watson 
John Willson 
Robert Gray 
William Beacon 
Matthias Harkaman 
Neal M c Neal 
Johannis Baker 
John Clint 
Jacob Gale 
David Smiley 
Abraham Dutcher 
Jiles Allpeen 
James Burns 
Cobus Breamer 
Joseph Buckall 
James Flannington 
Francis Flemming 
Christopher Hips- 
man 

Paul Humble 
Joseph Mesner 
Benjamin Wampim 
Laurance Knap 
Philip Hide 



MEN'S NAMES. 

William Loyal 
jWilliam Linsey 
John M c Donald jun 
[Duncan M c Kensey 
'Isaac Ruckels 
John Sullivan 
Ambros Pearse 
jjohn Winterbottom 
[Nicholas Goodwill 
jWilliam Blare 
iNathaniel Sheep- 
herd 

Matthew Brown 
Hugh Callhoon 
Peter Cullasee 
Remond Depend 
John Drummond 
jPeter Fee 
jGeorge Jamaica 
John M c Donaldsen r 
David M c Laughlin 
William Pearcy 
John Robinson 
John Thirston 
James German 
John Anderson 
Francis Bartoe 
John Miller 
James M c Kay 
Moses Wiswell 
George Dimsey 
John Nuls 
Robert Faulkner 



This is to Certify that Ninety Eight men, Being part of 
those that Continued in the pay of the Province During the 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1762. 481 



Last Winter & now Inserted here, are Duly Inlisted & have 
been Musterd by me, And are now Doing Duty in the Regi- 
ment. MICH. THODEY, Coll Comd' 
Ontario io lh Aug'- 1762. N. Y. Regts. 



A RETURN OF THE HEIGHT OF THE MEN RAISED IN 
KINGS COUNTY. 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Height. 



MEN'S NAMES. 



Height. 



John Nisbit 

Abraham Rote 

Jeremiah Stilwill.... 
Jacob Sheerman 
Thomas Chalwell 

Joshua Duly 

Richard Jewel 

Hendrick Johnson 

Benjamin Ears 

William Hendricksen 

Art Van Pelt 

William Riley 

Derick Brewer 

Obediah Wilkins .... 

Benjamin Stimus 

John van Pelt 

John Mulford 

Daniel Eyanson 

Nicholas Pealhnan . . . 

James Bechford 

Robert Chambers 

Francis Bartang 

Andries Walter 

Moses Beard 

Jacob Gary 

George Lowman .... 

John Millington 

Michael Clint 

Charles Powel 

James Grimes 

Thomas Welch 

Peter Simonson 

Joseph Cammel 



F. I. 



8 
II 
ii 
10 
10 

9 



5 / 2 

5* 

5 
5 
5 
5 

5 
5 



F. I. 

John Clunn 5 5 

James M c Efoy 5 

John Martin Ludwig. . 5 4 

George Tates 5 4 

Henry Nucom 5 4 

George Mic 1 ' Bush. ... 15 4 

Thomas Williams 5 4 

Samuel Linton 5 4 

Aaron Bennit 5 4 

Will m Burklow 5 4 

Christ' Clear 5 4 

Joseph Rush 
Peter Clinch 

Abraham Mills 5 3^ 

Peter Resuce ! 5 3*^ 

John M c Guire J5 3^ 

Jacob Tobly 5 3 

Fredrick Cline 5 3 

John Marcular J5 3 

John Godfree 5 3 

John Mic 1 - Gletz 5 2^ 

Joseph Shea 5 2^4 

John Coffman 5 2 

Thomas Karby 5 2 

Lambert Swire 1 5 2 

Joseph Sink 5 2 

Michael Voet 5 I l /t 

Fredrick Horse 5 I l /t 

Peter Rose 5 i l / 

John Thop. Rap 5 I 

Hugh M c Farling 5 I 

Powles Humble 5 % 

Christian Assinus .... 5 o 



482 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A ROLL OF PART OF CAPTAIN NORTHAM'S COMPANY 
CONTAINING THE MEN'S NAMES AND THE TIMES OF 
THEIR INLISTMENTS, AS THEY APPEAR IN THE ANNEXED 

AFFIDAVITS : 



1 Rosel Beebee 

2 Jesse Craw 

3 Abner Phelps 

4 William Dixon 

5 Robert Holdridge 

6 James Wawwas 

7 Timothy Tockus 

8 Asa Merrels 



,-th 

20 th 
26 th 



May 
do 
do 



I th June 



14' 
15' 



do 
do 
do 
do 



I do hereby Certify that the above is a true Roll of part 
of Captain Timothy Northam's Company which passed Mus- 



A MUSTER ROLL OF THE MEN RAISED 
OF ULSTER & ORANGE WHEREOF 
DOMINI 1763. 

Captain, James Clinton. 



AND PASSED FOR 
JAMES CLINTON 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Enlistment. 


Age. 


James Dunlap 


Novembr 21 


24 


Neal M c Arthur 


do 22 


2\ 


Duncan Campbell 


do 24 


"U 


John Peacock 


do 22 


3Q 


Daniel Rogers 


do 28 


28 


Samuel Wilson 


do 24 


24 


Robert M c Dowel 


do 24 


20 


William Kelsey 


do 22 


23 


Henry Birney 


do 23 


26 


Benjamin Harlow 


do 21 


22 


Jacob Lawrence 


do 26 


18 


James Umphrey Jun 


do 24 


25 


Alexander Umphrey 


do 22 


18 


William Bay 


do 22 


20 


Alexander Bay 


do 24 


20 


James Graham 


do 23 


21 


William Denniston 


do 22 


10 


Joseph Crawford . 


do 24 





NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1763. 483 



ter on the io th day of August last and who served accordingly. 
Witness my Hand this 19 th day of April 1763. 

MICH. THODEY. 

City of New York ss. Asahel Strong of the Colony of 
Connecticut, Farmer, came this day before me and made Oath 
that he verily believes that the several Affidavits hereunto 
annexed were Duly taken before Justices of the Peace of 
the said Colony, And that the several Names subscribed to 
the said Affidavits as Justices of the Peace are of the writings 
of the said Justices respectively, And that they are Generally 
known reputed and Taken as Justices of and in said Colony. 

Sworn before me this 19" day of April 1763 

ASAHEL STRONG. 

The above and within sworne to in New York April 19. 
Ano 1763 before me 
FRA* FILKINS Alderman. 

GUARDING THE WESTERN FRONTIERS OF THE COUNTIES 

ESQ" is CAPTAIN THE 28 DAY OF NOVEMBER ANNO 
William Stewart, 1 

Alexander Denniston, T . 

TV/T . c j r Lieutenants. 

Mathew Smedes, 

James M c Neal, 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Stature. 


Ireland 


Weaver 


Capt MLaughlin 


F. /. 

"> 7 


Ulster Co 


Cordwainer . . 


Capt M c Claghry's 


5 6 


Scotland 


Labourer 


Capt Nieleys 


5 8 


Ireland 


Weaver 


Capt M c Cla r hrys 


5 6 


Ulster Co 


Farmer . . . 


Capt Faulkners .... 


; 10 


Ireland 


Cordwainer. . . . 


do 


5 1 1 


do 


Labourer 


None 


5 7 


do 


do 


Capt M c Claghrys. . . . 


5 8 


do 


do 


None 


5 8 


Orange Co .... 


Cooper 


do 


j 
c c 


Westchester . . . 
Ulster Co 


Cordwainer 
Carpenter 


Capt M c Claghrys 
do 


5 8 

e 7 


do 


Labourer 


do 


5 7 


Ireland 


do 


do 


5 7 


Philadelphia . . . 


do 


do 


c 8 


Ulster Co 


do 


do 


5 8- 


do 


do 


Capt M c Cla<yhrys 


"> 8 


do 


Coooer . 


Cant Nielevs . 


* 7' 



484 



MUbTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Enlistment. 


Age. 


John M c Neal 


Novembr 23 




William M c Crahan 


do 23 




William Boyle 


do 24 




Archibald Trimble 


do 24 




David Clarke 


do 25 




John Shay 


do 25 




James Killpatrick 


do 23 




John Cosnaghan 


do 23 


25 


Henry Neeley 


do 2$ 


2O 


Thomas Sinrel 


do 21 


23 


Thomas Turner 


do 25 


28 


Charles Young. . 


do 26 


IQ 


William Faulkner 


do 25 


23 


Thomas Porter 


do 25 


20 


Samuel Gillespy 


do 25 


IQ 


Henry Savage 


do 23 


33 


Samuel Wire 


do 23 


22 


John Ellsworth 


do 26 


IQ 


Joshua Thompson 


do 26 


IQ 


George Wilkins 


do 26 


y 

25 


John Killpatrick 


do 26 


21 


Henry M c Henry 


do 28 


21 


Thomas Hunter 


do 28 


27 


John Courton 


do 28 


2Q 


Daniel Ferron 


do 28 


25 


John Kemaghan 


do 23 


22 


John Harmon 


do 2=; 


16 


John Patterson 


do 25 


25 


James Douglass 


do 25 


28 


Thomas Ashley 


do 25 


IQ 


James Campbell Sen r 


do 2? 


32 


Daniel M c Way 


do 


2O 


Edward Burns 


do 


21 


Thomas Nox 


do 


2Q 


Abraham Cole 


do 


*y 

16 


Samuel Hedge . 


do 


26 


John H ikey 


do 


IQ 


James Ashell 


do 


IQ 


Richard M c Claghry 


do 


2O 


James Rogers 


do 


1 6 


Aury Terwilliger 


do 


23 


Joshua Decker. . 


do 


IQ 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1763. 485 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Stature. 



Ireland 


Farmer 


None 


F. I. 

5 7 


do 


Weaver 


Capt Neelcy's 


5 6 


Ulster Co ... 


Labourer 


Capt M c Cla <T hrys . 


S 6 


Ireland 


do 


None 


j w 
S 6 


Lon r Island . 


Taylor 


Capt Hardenbergh's . 


5 8 


Ulster County. 


Labourer 


do 


; o 


Ireland 


do 


None 


? v 

C Q 


do 


do 


None 


j y 
5 6 


Ulster Co 


do 


Capt Neeleys 


5 10 


Tersevs . 


do 


Capt Faulkners 


: 1 1 


Ireland 


do 


do 


e 7 


do 


do 


do . . 


e in 


do 


Mason 


None 


e 7 


do 


Farmer 


Capt Graham's 


c 8 


Ulster Co 


do 


do 


j w 
5 8 


Ireland 


do 


Capt Faulkners 


C Q 


do 


do 


None 


j y 

c 7 


Ulster Co 


do 


Capt M c Claghrys. . . . 


j i 
c c 


Long Island . . . 


do 


None 


J J 
c e 


Ulster Co 


do 


Capt Hardenbergh . . 


j j 
5 1 1 


do 


do 


None 


c in 


Ireland 


Weaver 


do 


C A 


do 


Cooper 


do 


c in 


Terscvs . 


Weaver 


do 


J "-' 

c 8 


Ireland 


Fanner 


do 


C A 


do 


do 


Capt M c Claghrys 


J *+ 

<; 6 


Long Island . . . 


do 


Capt Neeleys 


e 7 


Ulster Co 


do 


do 


j i 
c 7 


Ireland 


do 


None 


j / 

c 6 


New York 


do 


None 


j w 

c c 


Ireland 


Weaver 


Capt Neelevs 


J J 

c 6 


Orange Co .... 


Mason 


None 


J w 
S 7 


Ireland 


Fanner . . 


do 


j / 

C O 


do 
Ulster Co 


Weaver 
Fanner , 


do 
Capt Hardenbcr ' 


j y 
5 9 

c 7 


WestchesterCo. 
Dutchess Co. . . 
Ireland 


Blacksmith 
do 
Fanner 


do 
Capt M c Claghry 
None 


5 / 

5 9 
5 8 

e 7 


do 


do 


do 


j / 
e A 


Ulster Co 


do 


Capt Faulkner 


j *f 
e Q 


Jerseys 


do 


Capt Hardenber " 


J y 

C I T 


Ulster Co . 


do 


do 


j 

6 i 



4 86 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Day of 
Enlistment. 


Age. 


James Campbell 


Novembr 


24. 


Thomas Carswell 


do 


A2. 


Matthew Adams 


do 25 


16 


John Stewart 


do 25 


26 


David Hannion 


do 25 


30 


Gilbert Traverse 


do 26 


21 


John Lutz 


do 25 


->s 


Malchi Seger 


do 25 


21 


David Smith 


do 25 


17 


Hans Jury Smith 


do 25 


IQ 


James Kidd 


do 22 


22 


Andrew Kidd 


do 23 


24. 


Samuel Devine .... 


do 25 


2Q 


James M c Cord 


do 25 


*y 

24. 


Frederick Shurts 


do 25 


26 


Alexander Ivery 


do 22 


4O 


Solomon Finch 


do 23 


24. 


John Gilbert 


do 25 


IQ 


George Cox 


do 25 


2: 


John Cole 


do 2? 


24. 


John Crowell , . . . 


do 25 


16 


Patrick VVillson 


do 26 


3O 


William Roberson , 


do 26 


22 


Robert Crawford 


do 23 


25 


John M c Michael 


do 25 


22 


James Gillespv 


do 24 


24. 


George Cooper 


do 25 


23 


Henry Parker 


do 25 


3O 


Jacob More 


do 25 


2O 


John Kennedy. 


do 25 


24. 


William Jones 


do 25 


25 


Neal M c Glocklin 


do 24 


21 


Kdward Riggs ^ 


do 24 


35 


John Coleman ^ . . . . 


do 24. 


25 


Matthew M c Collum 


do 28 


25 


Johannis Oostrander , . . . . 


do 28 


21 


John Graham ...*,.... 


do 28 


24. 









I do hereby certify that the fne'n whose names are men- 
mustered by me, who appeared" to be' able bodied and effective 
hand this twenty eighth day of November Anno Domini 1763. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1/63. 487 



Where Born. 


Trade. 


Out of what Company of 
Militia. 


Stature. 


Jerseys . 


Cordwainer. . . . 


Capt Neeleys 


F. /. 

c ; 


Ireland 


Farmer 


do 


c A 


Jerseys . 


Farmer 


None 


j *r 

; C 


Pennsylvania . . 
Jerseys . 


Cordwainer. . . . 
Farmer 


do 
Capt Neeleys 


j j 

5 7 

c Q 


Westchester Co. 


do 


None 


j y 

c in 


Germany 


do 


Capt NewUirk' s 


j IV -' 

e 7 


do 


do 


do 


j / 
c c 


Dutches Co .... 


Weaver 


None 


5 8 


Germany 


Farmer 


Capt Neeleys 


"? IO 


Ulster Co 


do 


do 


c 7 


do 


do 


do 


j / 
5 IO 


New England. . 


do 


do 


C C 


Ulster Co 


Cordwainer 


Capt Faulkner's 


e in 


Germany 


Farmer 


Capt Newkirk's 


j lv -* 

e A 


Ireland 


do 


Capt Hardenbero'h . 


<; 8 


Orange Co .... 


do 


None 


6 i 


do 


do 


do 


c c 


Ireland 


do 


Capt Hardenber^h's. 


C A 


Ulster Co 


do 


do 


6 2 


Ireland 


Weaver 


None 


C A 


do 


do 


do 


j *r 

; 8 


Scotland 


Farmer 


do 


j ** 

e c 


Ulster Co 


Cordwainer .... 


Capt Neeleys 


j j 

6 o 


do 


Cooper 


do 


C 7 


Ireland 


Farmer 


do 


J 1 

; 8 


Germany 


do 


do 


j " 
; 8 


England 


do 


do 


e 7 


Germany 


Wheelwright 


None 


C A 


Ireland 


Taylor 


do 


j *r 

C C 


do 


Farmer 


do 


C Q 


Scotland 


do 


do 


3 y 
c g 


Ireland 


Bricklayer 


do 


j 

e c 


Scotland 


Labourer 


Capt Faulkner's. . . . 


5 5 

C C 


Ulster Co 


do 


Capt Neeleys 


c 10 


do 


do 


Capt Hardenber r h's 


c g 


do 


Cordwainer. . . . 


Capt M c Cla<*hrys 


j " 
e 8 








j * 



tioned in this Roll amounting to Ninety Seven were carefully 
men, fit for the most active & alert service. Given under my 

THOMAS WILSON Col nl of y e 
2 d Regim 1 of Militia in Ulster County. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A RETURN OF THE MEN INLISTED FOR CAPTAIN JOHN 
GRANT'S COMPANY AND MUSTERED AT NEW YORK 
JANUARY 6, 1764, SPECEFYING THE DATES OF THEIR 
SEVERAL INLISTMENTS & BY WHOM. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Date of Inlistm'- 


By whom InlUted. 


Thomas Ellis, Sergt . . . 
Samuel Reed 


Decbr 8 1763 
do 1 1 do 


Capt John Grant 
do 


John Rosested 


do 17 do 


do 


William Farmer .... 


do 17 do 


do 


John Flinn 


do 18 do 


do 


William M c Key 


do 18 do 


do 


Lawrence M c Ouire .... 
Samuel Popham 


. do 22 do 
do 26 do 


do 
do 


W m - Culbertson, Serjt. . 
Samuel Taylor 


do 26 do 
do 27 do 


do 
do 


Henry Dopkins 


do 28 do 


do 


Thomas Norton 


do 28 do 


do 


John Henery 


do 31 do 


do 


John Faulkner 


Tan y- ^ 1764. 


do 


George Shroak 


do 4 do 


do 


John Handley 


Decbr 17 1763 


L' Nath Hillyer 


Patrick Corkeing 


do 17 do 


do 


James Cotter 


do 30 do 


do 


Tames Hojran . . 


Jan y - 2 1764 


do 


William Dobbins 


do 2 do 


do 


James Hanaira 


do T, do 


do 


Henry Stutes 


do 4 do 


do 


Michael Culwerville, ) 
Serit. 


Decbr 9 1763 


LI. j os h. Fitzpatrick 


Andrew Donnolly 
John Fitzgerald 


do 8 do 
do 19 do 


do 
do 


William Ears 


do 19 do 


do 


William O'Bryan 


do 30 do 


do 


Peter Thorn 


do 22 do 


do 


Walter Carroll 


do 23 do 


do 


William Mosman 


Tan y - 4 1764 


do 


John Ebison 


Decbr 28, 1763 


do 


Cornelius Ryan 


do 26 do 


do 


John Bently 


do 26 do 


do 


John M c Carthy 


do 25 do 


do 


James Bromagam 
John Horn 


do 26 do 
do 29 do 


do 
do 


William Hutchinson . . . 


do 27 do 


do 



NEW YORK. PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1764. 489 



MEN'S NAMES. 


Date of Inlistm'- 


By whom Inlistcd. 


Malcolm M c Donald 
John Scott 


Decbr 26 1763 
do 27 do 


L' Fitzpatrick 
do 


William Housban 


do 28 do 


do 


Richard Reynolds 
Barny M c Graw 


do 28 do 
do 29 do 


do 
do 


James Garvan 


do 30 do 


do 


Solomon Tyger 


do 3O do 


do 


James Smith 


do 19 do 


do 


Joseph Francis 


do 31 do 


do 


Peter Shcron " . 


do 3 1 do 


do 


o 

William Carey 


*J 

do 31 do 


do 


John Winter 


*J 

Jan y - I 1764 


do 


Nicholas Cline 


do I do 


do 


John Rynard 


do I do 


do 


Thomas Dain 


do I do 


do 


John Plum 


do 2 do 


do 


John Williams 


do 2 do 


do 


Sil Cavanaugh 


Dec 20 1763 


do 


Georire Lankly . . 


do 20 do 


do 


John Minard 


Tan y< i 1764 


do 


Rich 4 Fairvveather .... 


Dec 8 1763 


do 



New York, January 6 th 1764. 

I hereby Certify that by order of his Excellency the 
Honorable Major General Gage Commander in Chief of all 
his Majesties forces in North America, I have Seen, examined 
& pass'd the men whose names are Inserted in the Above 
List & have Compared their Inlistments with the Several 
Dates annex'd to their Names, which I found exactly to 
Correspond. The whole Number being Fifty eight. 

JOHN SMALL, 
Major of Brigade. 



490 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN RICHARD REA'S COMPANY 
OF NEW YORKERS. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


When Inlisted. 


Commenced Pro- 
vision. 


Richard Rea Captain 


Decbr 7 1763 


Jan y 8 


Teunis Corsa Lieut 


do 7 do 


do y e 8 


James M c Crindle Lieut .... 
Sam 1 Davison Sari 4 


do 7 do 
do 10 do 


do y e 8 
do y e 8 


Alex r M c Harge do 


do 10 do 


do y e 8 


Sam 1 Higgison do 


do 14 do 


do y e 8 


Beni Porst Corp 1 


do 13 do 


do y e 8 


Nathaniel Stuart Corp 1 
James Rankin do 


do 8 do 
do 25 do 


do y e 8 
do y e 8 


Chris. Dugan Drum' 


do 14 do 


do y e 8 


Tho 8 ' Binns 


do 29 do 


do y e 8 


John Bennit 


Tan y 7 1764 


do y c 8 


John Brumly 


Decbr 21 1763 


do y e 8 


Peter Buck 


do 9 do 


do y e 8 


Esiah Cain . . 


do II do 


do y e 8' 


John Cleary. . 


do 19 do 


do y e 8 


Adam Carr 


Tany 10 1764 


do y e 8 


Jonathan Dunnin 


do 4 do 


do y e 8 


Sam 1 Dunnin 


Dec 19 do 


do y e 8 


John Delany 


Dec 19 1763 


do y e 1 1 


Jacob Davis 


Tan y Q 1764 


do y e ii 


James Edwards 


do 9 do 


do y e 1 1 


Sam 1 Freeman 


Dec. 15 1763 


do y e 8 


John Freeman 


do 19 do 


do y e 8 


Francis Founteny 


do 15 do 


do v e 8 


Joel Goye 


do 28 do 


do y e 8 


John Gorely 


do 21 do 


do y e 8 


Elisha Griffin 


do 26 do 


do y e 8 


Will m Hislop 


Jan y 8 1764 


do y e 8 


Thos Hall 


do 5 do 


do y e 8 


Jabob Hymon 


Dec 4 1763 


do y e 8 


Henry Hofstatler 


January 4 1764 


Jany 8 


Nathaniel Kitcham 


Decbr 28 1763 


do y e 8 


Thos. Knap 


do 13 do 


do y e 8 


Epheram Knap 


do 13 do 


do y e 8 


Aaron Lamburt 


do 20 do 


do y e 8 


Harklous Linn 


do 16 do 


do y e 8 




do 8 do 


do y e 8 


Tohn Leasev . . 


do 28 do 


do y e 8 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1764. 491 



MEN'S NAMES. 



When Inlisted. 



Commenced Pro- 
vision. 



Donald M e Dunnel Decbr 

John Morris do 

Cornelous M c Fall do 

Jasper Peters Jan y 

Clark Pike do 

Elias Purkins Dec 

John Pendrick do 

Esiah Pool do 

Sam 1 Rowler do 

Edward Roberts do 

Sam 1 Rea do 

John Rhoads do 

Jacob Shreader do 

Abrim Suthard do 

Nathaniel Smith do 

John Stuart (Sheart ?) do 

John Shea do 

John Storm do 

Abenezer Thorn do 

John Vallintine do 

Ezekiel White do 

Felix Queen Jan y 

Jn- Gaghigin do 



29 do 
13 do 
13 do 
10,1764 

7 do 
26 1763 
19 do 

9 do 

8 do 

9 do 

26 do 

27 do 
24 do 

19 do 
12 do 

8 do 

10 do 
21 do 

20 do 
29 do 

11 do 

13.1764 

12 do 



Jany 8 

do y e 8 

do y e 8 

do y e ii th 

do y e 8 

do y e 8 

do y e 8 

do y e 8 

do y e 8 

do y e 8 

do y e 8 

do y e 8 

do y e 8 

do y e 8 

do y e 8 

do y e 8 

do y e 8 

do y e 8 

do y e 8 

do y e 8 

do y e 8 

Jan y 13 th 
do 12 th 



Albany, January 7 th 1764. 

Then Mustered in the Above Company, The Captain two 
Lieut*, three Serjeants, three Corp 1 *, one Drummer and Fifty 
three Private Men, all which (Excepting tlie three officers & 
Drummer) was Compleated with Firelocks, Bayonets, Car- 
touch Boxes and Ammunition from his Majestys Stores at 
Albany. Certified by 

DUN. MACVICAR, Q r M r 55 th Reg 1 

Acting as Muster Master. 



492 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN JOHN DE GAREMO'S 
COMPANY OF NEW YORKERS. 



MEN'S NAMES. 


When Inlisted. 


Commenced Pro- 
vision. 


Capt Jn- De Garemo . . . 
Lieut Barrent Ten Eyck 
Lieut Ephram van [ 
Veghten* \ 


7th Decbr 1763 
7 do do 


1 3th Jan y 1764 


W m Hicks 


21 do do 


Mth Tan y - 1764 


W m - Brand 


23 do do 


1 3th do do 


Peter M c lntire 


14 Tan y 1764 


1 7th do do 


Asea Philips 


21 Dec 1763 


I3th do do 


Henry Hazard 


29 do do 


1 3th do do 


Simon Bennis 


6 Tan 1764 


1 3th do do 


Farwell Himes, D r 


21 Dec 1763 


I3th do do 


W m - Andrews 


23 do do 


1 3th do do 


Jam 8 ' Annin 


28 do do 


1 3th do do 


Peter Bourns 


23 do do 


I3th do do 


Jn- Baptist 


3. Tan 1764 


I3th do do 


Jn- Barry 


9 do do 


I3th do do 


Hercolus Brown 


9 do do 


I3th do do 


Jn- Chanler 


22 Dec 1763 


1 3th do do 


Rob 1 - Clark 


23 do do 


I3th do do 


Jn' Camren 


*J 

24 do do 


I3th do do 


W m Christy 


8 Jan 1764 


I3th do do 


Jam 8 ' Donaley 


24 Dec 1763 


I3th do do 


Jn' Daugherty 


26 do do 


I3th do do 


Jn Ellis 


22 do do 


I3th do do 


Fran s- Eklin 


24 do do 


1 3th do do 


Peter Francis 


30 do do 


1 3th do do 


Jn' Florris 


14 Tan 1764 


17 do do 


George Golden 


21 Dec 1763 


I3th do do 


Jno. Grixston 


17 Tan 1764 


I3th do do 


George Henderson 
Ezekiah Hills 


8 do do 
14 do do 


I3th do do 
17 do do 


Lewis John 


2"? Dec 1763 


1 3th do do 


Mich 1- Janary 


17 Tan 1764 


17 do do 


Tn Kin ST. . 


26th Dec 1763 


n Jan y 1764 


Michel Kelley 


1 7th Jan y 1764 


17 do do 


Dan 1 - Kello 


24th Dec 1763 


13 do do 


Tn- Lans . 


22d do 1763 


13 do do 



* This Roll is in duplicate, the name of Lieut. Van Veghten having been left 
out in one ; Certificate is alike in both copies. 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1 764. 493 



MEN'S NAMES. 


When Inlisted. 


Commenced Pro- 
vision. 


Sadrich Lee 


9th Jan 
I7th do 
24th Dec 
22d do 
31 do 
3 Jan" 
8 do 
14 do 
21 Dec 
17 Jan y 
17 do 
9 do 
9 do 
14 do 
23 Dec 
27 do 
2 Jan 
8 do 
23 Dec 
24 do 
21 do 
28 do 
4 Jan 
26 Dec 
20 Jan 
20 do 


1764 
do 

1763 
do 
do 
1764 
do 
do 
1763 
1764 
do 
do 
do 
do 
1763 
do 
1764 
do 

1/63 
do 
do 
do 
1764 
1763 
1764 
do 


13 Jan> 1764 
I7th do do 
13 do do 
13 do do 
13 do do 
13 do do 
13 do do 
1 7th do do 
13 do do 
1 7th do do 
13 do do 
13 do do 
13 do do 
I7th do do 
13 do do 
13 do do 
13 do do 
13 do do 
13 do do 
13 do do 
13 do do 
13 do do 
13 do do 
13 do do 
2ist do do 
2ist do do 


Peter Luck 


Jam*' Lodlo\v 


Jn- M c Cormick 


Nath 1 - Mun 


Tho* M c Laughlin 


W m< Mathew 


Sam 1 - Mosten 


Joseph Morris 


Barny M c Kati 


Earison Nightengale . . . 
Jn - Philipson 


Tho*- Prentis 


Joseph Procter 


Joseph Porter 


George Robinson 


Jam* Rider 


Henry Sherman 


Andrew Teel 


VV m - Tabor 


W m - Vaughan 


Jn Whitney 


Fran* Wilson 


Jn- Williamson 


Jn- Moor>ey 


Tho*- M c Fernell 





At Albany the 2O th day of Jan ry 1764. Then Mustered in 
the above Company, one Capt., one Lieut., three Serjeants 
Three Corp*- one Drummer and Fifty two Men, which Num- 
ber (Excepting the Lieut) was all Compleated with Firelocks 
Bayonets & Cartouch Boxes, and Ammunition from his 
Majestys Stores at Albany. 

DUN. MAcViCAR, Q r M r - 55 th Reg 1 
Acting as Muster Master. 



494 



MUSTER ROLLS OF * . 

A MUSTER ROLL OF A COMP Y OF PROVEN- 
Barnaby Byrne, Captain. 



No. 


NAMES. 


Dates of Inlist : .ng. 


Age. 


I 

2 

3 
4 

6 

7 
8 

9 

10 

ii 

12 

13 
14 
15 

16 

17 

18 
19 

20 
21 

22 

23 
24 

25 
26 

27 
28 
2 9 
30 
31 
32 

33 
34 
35 
36 

17 


John Lee 


1764 

April 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


21 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
23d 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

24 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

25 
do 
do 
26 

27 
do 
do 
do 
do 
28 


24 

45 
40 

39 
24 
26 

27 
38 
46 

25 
23 
30 
38 
33 
23 
29 

36 
35 
30 
4i 
24 

21 
22 
28 

45 
28 

4i 
42 
26 

35 
35 
28 

30 
36 
23 
38 
38 


Moses Ibbett 


Will 1 " Crooks 


Joseph Croser 


Robert Alexander 


John Devis 


Daniel Waltman 


Will" 1 Bowman . 


John Sack 


Tho 8 ' Frances 


Jam s- Moor 


Adam Keller 


John Cain , 


Conrade Bole 


Jam 8 Rice 


Jacobe Hover 


John Petton 


Barnaby Divin 


Christopher Ashfield 


Thos. Hartford 


Robert Kearns 


Prince Jones 


Daniel Sampson 


John Riedmiller 


Robert Broun 


Stephen Jutoe 


John Ennes Wilson 


Clemet Plaice 


Fradrick Hinck 


Sam 11 ' Buerns 


John M c lntosh 


Fitter Card 


John Clark sen 1 ' 


Jam 8 ' Obryan 


Will 1 "- Ino-land 


Abraham Thomas 


Coowrod Horsenflicks . 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1764. 495 



GELS COMMANDED BY CAPT" BARNABY BYRNE. 

Benjamin Willett, ) T . 

Thomas M'Carty! | Lieutenants. 



\Vhere Born. 


Trade. 




Size. 


England 


Hosier 




F. I. 

C 8 


Irland 


Glaizer 




C 8 


England 


Labourer . . 






Germany 


Silk Weaver . . 




10 


Irland 


Weaver .... 




c 6V 


England . 


Labourer 




e 7 ix 


Germany . 


do 




.) / /2 

C 8i/4 


do 


do 




c 6 


do 


do 




j w 


New York 


do 




c g 


do 


do 




e c i/4 


Germany 


do 




j j 7- 
c 71/4 


Irland 


do 




i> / 72 

C 7 


Germany 


do 




5 / 
57 


Irland 


do 




/ 

c 6 1/4 


Germany. . 


Barber 




c i ix 


England . 


Labourer 




:> j/2 
51 1 


Irland 


do .... 




1 1 


Germany 


Baker 




57 J X 


Irland 


Tanner 




/ 72 


do 


Labourer 




C 63/ 


America 


do . . 




c c'i/ 


do 


do 




c 714 


Germany. . 


Barber 




i> / 72 
c 1 1,4 


England 


Silk Weaver . 




-> 0/2 
5 A 1/4 


Germany 


Labourer 




4/2 
C 1 Vo 


Irland 


Coard Winder 




-> J/ 2 

5r 


Germany 


Gardiner . . 




5 
c 6 


do 


Labourer . 




e i iX 


England 


Britches Maker 




3 .3/2 

5 A 


Scotland 


Labourer . . 




4 


Germany 


do 




5 to 


Irland 


do 




1U 

C ^1/4 


Virginia. . 


Gardner. . . 




i> 0/2 

5- r/ 


England 


-.abourer . . . 




J 72 
So i/4 


do 


do 




y/a 

57 


Germany. . 


do 




/ 
C 73/ 



496 



MUSTER ROLLS OF 



No. 


NWMES; 


Dates of Inlisting. 


Age. 


28 


George Street 


1764. 

April 28 


22 


JQ 


Joseph M c Kay 


do do 


21 


Jy 

AO 


Jacob Savior 


do 30 


^O 


Al 


Will" 1 - Nepton 


1st May 


41 


f f l 

A2 


Joseph Bond 


do do 


35 


AT. 


Fitter Jackson (?) 


do do 


36 


*tJ 

A A 


Richard Ryon 


do do 


26 


*Hr 

At 


Will 1 " Falbart 


2d do 


37 


*tj 
A6 


John Adams 


do do 


36 


H- w 
A7 


Daniel Bayard 


3d do 


25 


*T/ 

4-8 


Joseph Roades 


do do 


34 


AQ 


Miels Carmichall 


do do 


23 


*? 

CO 


Elias Fortan"e 


do do 


31 


J^ 

C T 


John Clark jun r ' 


do do 


20 


!) 1 
52 

c.3 


Thos. Ryans 
Will 1 "- Bouan 


4th do 
5th do 


25 

22 


3 j 

C.A 


John Johnson 


do do 


2 5 


ec 


Michall Kervin 


do do 


3O 


D J 

i;6 


John Folliot 


6th do 


27 


D w 

C7 


Geor"e Burford 


7th do 


28 


_)/ 
eg 


t> 
Joseph Green 


do do 


22 


j 
CQ 


John Lice 


do do 




jy 
60 


Daniel Campbell 


2 1st April 


20 











[Certificate of Muster of the above Roll, dated May 



NEW YORK PROVINCIAL TROOPS, 1764. 497 



Where Born. 


Trade. 




Stature. 


England 


Labourer . . . 




F. I. 
e 6 


Scotland 


do 




5 u 

e e 


Holland 


Soap Boyler 




j j 

c c 


England 


Coard Winder 




" , 5 

C A 


do 


Labourer .... 




j * 

e c 


Irland 


Cutler 




5 ;> 
c 6 


do 


Taylor 




j w 
<; 6 l /> 


Scotland 


do 




j ^ 72 
z 7'/4 


do 


Labourer 




J / 72 

e 7 14 


Irland 


do 




J / / 2 

<; 6 


Germany 


Baker 




3 V 

c -i i/, 


Scotland 


Labourer 




J J 72 

c 7 14 


Germany 


Baker 




j / /2 

C A 


Scotland 


Labourer 




J *T 

C 2 


Irland 


do 




j * 
C IO l /> 


England 


Tinn man 




J "-'72 
C A. 


America 


Labourer 




J ** 

c c 


Irland 


do 




J J 

5 A */ 


do 


do 




J ^-72 

; 8 


England 


Taylor 




J 

c 2 14 


do 


Labourer 




j ^7 2 
e A 


do 


do 




j *f 

C 1 


Scotland 






2 3 

6 1 A 











1764, was stolen from volume XCIL, English MSS. at Albany.] 



OMISSION BY THE COPYIST. 

Capt. Samuel Dimock's Company, page 20. 
Edward Bostwick, William Land, 

Jonathan Washburn, Reuben Rusk. 

Jacob Pompey, 



Capt. George Brewerton's Company, pages 162, 164. 
March 14, John McKenny,.age 37, Cordwainer, New York. 
April 12, John Glase, age 28, Labourer, Germany. 

Capt. Abraham De Forest's Company, page 296, No. 79, 
blank line on roll. 



Capt. Daniel Griffin's Company, pages 471, 473. 

Arthur Ackeley Stature 5.7 

Alexander Johnston " 5-6 

William Erwin " 5.10 

Nathaniel Norton " 5.10 

William Owens " 5.5 

Jonathan Yarrington " 5-3 

John Biggs " 5.3 

John Leport 5-5 

William Buchannon .... " 5.8 

Benjamin Toms " 5-8 

Samuel McMaster " 5.7 

Jacob Lotewall " 5-5 

John Wilson " 5-3 

Joseph Mathews " 5-7 

Thomas Ruland " 5-8 

Anthony Basteen " 5-8 

Jacob Ruland . .. " 5.8 

Elicum Brush " 5- 2 

Joshua Hulse " 57 

David Coley 5-4 

Samuel Beekwith " 5-9 

James Sambo, Negro " 5-4 

Daniel Samson, Negro " 5-7 

Daniel Fling " 5- 1 

William Ward " 5-3 

Samuel Burnet " 5- 1 1 

Solomon Tygert " 5-4 



APPENDIX TO MUSTER ROLLS. 

TITLES or ACTS OF ASSEMBLY FOR THE RAISING, EQUIPPING, PAY- 
ING AND SUBSISTING PROVINCIAL TROOPS. 1755 TO 1764. 

An Act for paying and subsisting Eight complete Companies of 
One Hundred effective Men each, Officers included, to assist in 
Conjunction with the neighbouring Colonies, in erecting one or more 
Forts nigh Crown-Point, within his Majesty's Dominions; for rais- 
ing the Sum of Ten Thousand Pounds, for and towards the said 
Service, and for making current Bills of Credit to the Amount 
thereof; and other the Purposes therein mentioned. Passed the 3d. 
May, 1755- 

An Act to explain Part of a Clause of the above Act. Passed 
the nth. Sept. 1755. 

An Act to enable his Excellency the Governor, or Commander 
in Chief for the Time being to make Detachments from the Militia 
of the Several Counties therein mentioned, for protecting and secur- 
ing the Frontiers of this Colony. Passed the 22d. Dec. 1755. 

An Act for raising, paying and subsisting One Thousand Seven 
Hundred and Fifteen effective Men, Officers included, to be 
employed in Conjunction with the neighbouring Colonies, on an 
Expedition, for reducing the French Fort at Crown-Point, and car- 
rying on an offensive War against the Indians who infest the West- 
ern Frontiers of this Colony, and other Purposes therein mentioned. 
Passed the 1st. April, 1756. 

An Act for the more speedy and effectual raising the Forces to 
be furnished by this Colony, on the Expedition against Crown- 
Point. Passed the 4th. May 1756. 

An Act for applying several Sums of Money for the Payment 
and Cloathing of the Forces, to be furnished by this Colony, to act 
in Conjunction with His Majesty's Regular Troops, and those of 
the neighbouring Colonies, against the Subjects of the French 
King ; and providing other Necessaries requisite for the said Forces. 
Passed the 26th. Feb. 1757. 

An Act for the speedy and effectual recruiting the Forces to be 
furnished by this Colony, to act in Conjunction with His Majesty's 
Regular Troops and those of the neighbouring Colonies, against the 
Subjects of the French King. Passed the 26th. Feb. 1757. 

An Act for raising, paying, and cloathing, Two Thousand Six 
Hundred and Eighty effective Men, Officers included, for forming 
an Army of Twenty Thousand Men, with the Forces of the neigh- 



5OO APPENDIX. 

bouring Colonies, to invade the French Possessions in Canada, in 
Conjunction with a body of his Majesty's Regular Troops, and 
other Purposes therein mentioned. Passed The 24th. March, 1758. 
An Act for raising a Supply of One Hundred Thousand Pounds, 
for levying, paying, and cloathing, Two Thousand Six Hundred and 
Eighty effective Men, Officers included, for forming, with the 
Forces of the neighbouring Colonies, an Army of Twenty Thousand 
Men, to invade, in Conjunction with a Body of his Majesty's Reg- 
ular Troops, the French Possessions in Canada ; for emitting Bills 
of Credit for the like Sum ; and for sinking and cancelling the said 
Bills in short Periods. Passed the 7th. March, 1759. 

An Act for levying, paying, and cloathing Two Thousand Six 
Hundred and Eighty effective Men, Officers included, for forming 
an Army of Twenty Thousand Men, with the Forces of the neigh- 
bouring Colonies, to reduce, in Conjunction with his Majesty's Reg- 
ular Troops, Montreal, and other Ports belonging to the French in 
Canada ; for emitting Bills of Credit for the Sum of Sixty Thou- 
sand Pounds, and for sinking and cancelling the said Bills in short 
Periods. Passed March the 22d., 1760. 

An Act for raising, paying, and cloathing Seventeen Hundred 
and Eighty Seven effective Men, Officers included, to be employed 
in securing his Majesty's Conquests in North America, and other 
Purposes therein mentioned. Passed the 4th. April, 1761. 

An Act providing for One Hundred and Seventy-three Volun- 
teers, Officers included, to be employed in protecting the different 
Posts on the Frontiers. Passed the nth Sept. 1761. 

An Act for levying, paying, and cloathing One Thousand Seven 
Hundred and Eighty Seven effective Men, Officers included, to be 
employed in North-America, for securing his Majesty's Conquests 
there, and for other Purposes therein mentioned. Passed the 2Oth. 
March, 1762. 

An Act providing for One Hundred and Seventy-three Volun- 
teers, Officers included, to be employed in protecting the different 
Posts on the Frontiers, to the first Day of July, 1763. Passed the 
nth. Dec. 1762. 

An Act providing for Three Hundred effective Men, exclusive 
of Officers, to be employed against the Enemy Indians, and for 
One Hundred and Seventy-three Men, Officers included, to garrison 
several Forts on the Frontiers of this Colony, in such manner as the 
Commander in Chief of all his Majesty's Forces in North America 
shall think proper ; and also for Three Hundred effective Men, 
exclusive of Officers, to guard the Western Frontiers of this Col- 
ony, under the Direction of the Governor or Commander in Chief 
thereof. Passed the I3th. Dec. 1763. 

An Act providing for One Hundred and Eighty Men, exclusive 
of Officers, to be employed against the Enemy Indians, and other 
Purposes, therein mentioned. Passed the 2ist. April, 1764. 



APPENDIX. 5OI 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE GENERAL ASSLMBLY OF CONNECTICUT, 

MAY, 1755. 

Whereas the Assembly of the Colony of New York hath resolved 
to raise and subsist eight compleat companies of one hundred 
effective men each, officers included, to assist, in conjunction with 
the neighbouring Colonies, in the service of the intended expedition 
to prevent the encroachments of the French at Crown Point, and 
desired the Governor of that Colony to make application to this 
government for raising five compleat companies of one hundred 
effective men each, officers included, in this Colony for that service, 
and he hath accordingly commissioned and sent Oliver De Lancey, 
Esq. to make such application, who hath represented the difficulty 
of raising men in that Colony, and that there is great danger the 
namber that Colony hath proposed cannot be speedily raised there, 
whereby the whole affair may be greatly retarded : This Assembly 
considering the importance of said expedition for his Majesty's 
interest, and the necessity that it be carried on without loss of time, 
although a very large proportion of men hath been already raised 
in this Colony and are now almost ready to march, and it may be 
attended with great difficulty to raise so many more men here ; yet 
for preventing any delay that may otherwise happen, and for pro- 
moting and forwarding said design for his Majesty's interest, for 
which this Colony is deeply concerned. 

Resolved, by this Assembly, that his Honour the Governor be 
desired, and he is hereby desired, to give liberty for inlisting three 
compleat companies of one hundred effective men each, officers 
included, on the pay and encouragements proposed by the Colony 
of New York, to be commanded by officers that may be nominated 
by the Assembly of this Colony ; that is to say, a major in the regi- 
ment raised by that Colony, and proper officers for the several com- 
panies that may be inlisted in this Colony. 

******* 

This Assembly do nominate Eleazer Fitch, Esq, to be Major of 
the regiment to be raised by the government of New York on the 
expedition to prevent the encroachments of the French at Crown 
Point. 

This Assembly do nominate Mr. Street Hall of Wallingford, to be 
Captain of a company allowed by this Assembly to be raised in this 
Colony on the pay of the Colony of New York, David Baldwin of 
Milford to be First Lieut, and Josiah Walker, of Stratford, Sec- 
ond Lieut. 

Of the Second Company Samuel Dimock of Saybrook Capt. 
William A very, of Groton, First Lieut. Benjamin King, of Wood- 
bury, Second Lieut. 

Of the Third Company, John Slapp, of Mansfield, Captain, 
Samuel Stanton, of Stonington, First Lieut, Samuel Gaylord, of 
Middleton, Second Lieut. 



5O2 APPENDIX. 

By the Honourable James De Lancey, Esqr. his Majesty's Lieu- 
tenant Governour and Commander in Chief in and over the 
Province of New York and the Territories depending thereon 
in America. 
To 

I Do hereby Authorize and impower you to aid and assist in 
raising a Company of Volunteers in the Colony of Connecticut in 
the Pay of this province to act in conjunction with the Towns of 
the other Colonies under the Command of Major General Johnson, 
and for your encouragement herein You shall so soon as the said 
Company shall be mustered receive my Commission as Lieutenant 
thereof. 

Given under my hand at Fort George in the City of New York 
the i yth day of May, 1755. 

JAMES DE LANCEY. 



New York, 28th May, 1755. 

Sir : As The Service in which the Troops to be raised by this 
Province are to be employed, requires that the Companies should 
be completed and mustered as soon as possible, I desire you would 
immediately on Receipt hereof send me an account of the Names 
of the persons you have inlisted by virtue of my warrant to you 
and if not already full whether you are well assured you shall be 
able to complete the same in a short time that if you are appre- 
hensive you shall not, I may then issue a warrant to some other 
person, in which case you are to give over the men you have inlisted 
to the person I may appoint to Command the Company who shall 
be liable to pay the Bounty to you for the Men you have raised 
and if you are willing to accept of a Lieutenancy in the service you 
may depend on my Commission. 

Your humble Servant, 

JAMES DE LANCEY. 

To Persons who have Warrants to raise Companies. 



By the Honourable James De Lancey Esqr. his Majesty's 
Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief in and over 
the Province of New York and the Territories depending 
thereon in America. 
To 

Whereas by an Act of the Legislature of this Province passed 
on the third of May instant, provision is made for raising and sub- 
sisting eight Complete Companies of Volunteers, to consist of one 
Captain, two Lieutenants, four Sergeants, three Corporals, one 
Drummer, and eighty nine private men, to be employed in the build- 
ing one or more Forts on his Majesty's Lands to the Northward of 
Albany, in Conjunction with the Forces to be raised by the other 
Governments, the whole to be commanded by William Johnson, 



APPENDIX. 503 

Esqr. Major General and Commander in Chief of the said Forces. 
And as an Inducement to Officers and Men to engage in this Ser- 
vice the following pay and other advantages are Granted by the 
Act : To every Captain who shall raise such a Complete Company, 
to be paid on the first Muster thereof, One Hundred Pounds : To 
each able-bodied Man a Bounty of Thirty-two Shillings and six- 
pence, a Blanket a good Lappeld Coat, a Felt Hat, one Shirt, two 
pairs of Ozanbri^s Trowsers one pair of Shoes and one pair of 
Stockings. To Captains Eight Shillings per diem, Lieutenants Six 
Shillings, Serjants One Shilling and Eight-pence, Corporals one 
Shilling and Six-pence, Drummers One Shilling and Six-pence, and 
each private Man One Shilling and Three-pence day Pay, And you 
being represented to me as a Person able to raise such a Company, 
and fit to be employed in this Service : I have therefore thought fit 
to authorize and I do hereby authorize and empower you to beat 
up for Volunteers and to raise such a Company within this Prov- 
ince whom you are to inlist according to the directions herewith 
given you. On the Completion and Muster whereof you shall re- 
ceive my Commission to command such Company, and from thence- 
forth be intitled to pay : And all officers civil and Military are 
required, to give you all due Encouragement. And for you so 
doing this shall be your Warrant. 

Given under my hand at Fort George in the City of New York 
the day of June in the Year of our Lord One Thousand 
Seven Hundred and Fifty-five. 

Endorsed, Warrant to Captains to raise men for Crown Point 
Expedition. 

New York. June 2j, 1755. His Excellency the Hon. James 
De Lancey, Esq ; our Lieutenant Governor, has been pleased to 
appoint Mr. William Cockcroft, of this City, (a Gentleman well 
skilled in military affairs) to be Colonel of our Provincial Forces, 
who are to act in Conjunction with others from the neighbouring 
Colonies, on the present Expedition against Crown Point, the whole 
to be commanded by Major General Johnston. 

The N. Y. Mercury, June sj, 1755. 



By His Excellency Sir CHARLES HARDY, Knight, Captain Gen- 
eral and Governor in Chief in and over the Province of New 
York ami the Territories depending thereon in America and 
Vice-Admiral of the same. 

A PROCLAMATION. 

WHEREAS this Government from a due Sense of the importance 
of removing the French Encroachments at and near Crown Point, 
and a Just Presentment of the Barbarities committed on the Inhabit- 
ants, by the Savages infesting the Western Frontiers of this and 



504 APPENDIX. 

the Neighbouring Colonies of New Jersey and Pennsilvania, have 
determined to make provision for raising paying and subsisting One 
thousand seven hundred and fifteen effective Men, Officers included ; 
four hundred of which number to be employed in an Offensive War 
against the Indians now in hostility against his Majesty's Subjects 
in the said Provinces, and the residue to be employed on the 
Expedition against Crown Point. And as an Encouragement to 
persons to enlist voluntarily in said services, have granted the fol- 
lowing allowances. 

To each able bodied Man who shall voluntarily inlist in the 
service for the Expedition against Crown Point, the sum of Five 
Pounds and the same Cloathing as was allowed to those employed in 
the like service last year. 

To every Officer properly Authorized to raise the said Forces for 
the Service against Crown Point, the Sum of Twenty Shillings for 
each able bodied Volunteer whom they shall engage therein. 

To each able bodied Man who shall voluntarily inlist into the 
service against the Indians who infest the Western Frontiers of this 
province, the Sum of One Pound Ten Shillings, providing himself 
with proper Arms for the said Service. 

And that the whole number of One Thousand Seven Hundred 
and Fifteen effective men both Officers and Soldiers, be put upon 
the same establishment with respect to pay and provisions, as the 
Forces employed on the late Expedition against Crown Point were. 
I have therefore thought fit to notify the same by these presents 
Hereby earnestly inviting his Majesty's good subjects chearfully to 
inlist themselves in either of the said services, and promising all 
those who shall enlist, the Bounty and other Encouragements before 
mentioned. 

GIVEN under my Hand and Seal at Arms at Fort George, in the 
City of New York, the Eighteenth day of March One Thou- 
sand Seven Hundred and Fifty Six in the Twenty-ninth Year 
of His Majesty's Reign. CHAS. HARDY. 

By His Excellenceys Command. 
Gw. BANYAR, Dep'y-Sec'ry. 



By His Excellency Sir Charles Hardy, Knt. &c. 
You are forthwith to repair to the City of Albany with the 
Detachment under your Command, where you are to apply to the 
Commissaries for Arms Ammunition and Clothing for the men and 
to proceed with any Convoys of Provisions and Stores that may be 
sending to Fort Edward or Fort William Henry or to Reinforce 
either of those Garisons if Judged necessary and to Continue in 
such Convoy service or Garison duty until further order from the 
Colonel or Commanding officer of the Regiment. 

Given under my hand at Fort George in New York the 4th day 

of May 1756. CHAS. HARDY. 

To Lieut. Alexander Mills of Capt. George Brewerton's Com- 



APPENDIX. 505 

pany in Col. Eleazer Fitch's Regiment. The like order to Lieut. 
John Turk of Capt Thodey's Company sent by Lieut. Turk the like 
order to Capt. Corsa who is gone to Albany. 



By His Excellency Sir Charles Hardy, Knight, Captain General 
and Governor in Chief in and over the Province of New York 
and the Territories depending thereon in America and Vice- 
Admiral of the same. 

In pursuance of an act passed on the Fourth day of May Instant 
entitled " An Act for the more speedy and effectual raising the 
Forces to be furnished by this Colony on the Expedition against 
Crown Point " A copy whereof is herewith sent, You are forth- 
with to detach from the Militia under your Command the full num- 
ber of able bodied and effective men wanting to complete the Quota 
of the City and County of Albany to two hundred and eleven effect- 
ive Men, which detachment you are to put under the Command of 
the officer or officers in the said city and county authorized by me 
to inlist Volunteers for the Expedition against Crown Point, who 
have my directions to produce to you Returns of the number of 
Men they have inlisted for this service, and to report to me as soon 
as may be what you shall have done herein. 

Given under my hand at Fort George in the City of New York 

Fifth day of May, 1756. CHAS. HARDY. 

To Sir William Johnson, Baronet, Colonel, or in his absence to 
the next Commanding officer of the Regiment of Militia for the 
City and County of Albany. 

5th May Sent by Express going to Albany Copies of the within 
order signed, to Lieut. Col. Glen, and Lieut. Col. Van Rensselaer of 
the two Albany Batalions. And an other signed to Martin Hoffman, 
Colonel of Dutchess County. 

6 May Mr. Godby delivered the order to Col. Thomas Hicks 
of Queens County to his son, as also the order to the recruiting offi- 
cers in that County. 

7 May I delivered Cpl. Stilwell's of King's County his order to 
detach from the militia a Major Leckny, who said he would give it 
to Capt. Brewerton, who was going into King's County. 

8th May Mr. [John] Godby delivered the order Col. Floyd of 
Suffolk County etc. to Mr. Bryant. 

13 May Delivered to Capt. James Horton an order to Col. 
William Willet of Westchester Regiment to detach 16 men to com- 
plete the Quota of that County. He had orders to direct his Lieut, 
to furnish the Col. with the Returns of the Number of Men inlisted. 



By his Excellency Sir Charles Hardy, Knight, Captain General 
and Governor in Chief in and over the Province of New 
York and the Territories depending thereon in America and 
Vice Admiral of the same. 

Whereas of the thirty seven Men raised in King's County for the 



506 APPENDIX. 

Expedition against Crown Point only twenty three have been approved 
as fit for service. You are therefore, in pursuance of an Act passed 
on the fourth Day of May Instant entitled " An Act for the more 
speedy and effectual raising the Forces to be furnished by this Col- 
ony on the Expedition against Crown Point " a copy whereof is 
herewith sent, forthwith to detach from the Militia under your 
Command fourteen able bodied and effective Men to complete the 
Quota to be furnished by Kings County for the service aforesaid. 
Which Detachment you, are to order to this City under the Com- 
mand of a proper officer who is to have the Men mustered by the 
Commissaries here and to see them embarked for Albany in the 
Vessel which the Commissaries will provide for that purpose. 

Given under my hand at Fort George in the City of New York 
the Seventeenth day of May 1756. CHAS. HARDY. 

To Richard Stillwel Esqr. Colonel or in his absence to the next 
Commanding officer of the Regiment of Militia for Kings County. 



New York 17 June 1756. 

His Excellency hath directed me to inclose you Commissions for 
Captains McGinnis, Lotteridge, and Schuyler with blank Commis- 
sions for their Lieutenants and two blank Commissions for Captain 
Joseph Johnson's Company, and to desire you'l be pleased to fill 
them up with the names of such Person as you approve of. As 
Captain McGinnis had the Rank of Captain last year his Commis- 
sion is dated the same day with Thodey's to whom he is now next 
in rank. Captain Lotteridge as being an older Lieutenant than 
Schuyler is dated before Schuyler's, and Schuyler's before John- 
son's. As the Governor chose to give the Preference to the officers of 
our own Province, I was obliged to date Capt. Schuyler's the i5th 
April tho I suppose he had not then received his warrant but there 
will be no Inconvenience in this as the Captains and Lieutenants 
are to be paid from the date of the warrants and not their Commis- 
sions. In the Roll of officers I now inclose, the dates of all the 
Warrants I could come to the knowledge of are inserted. Col. 
Fitch's Commission is dated 2d April, tho' he was told by the Gov- 
ernor not to expect pay from the day he engaged in the service of 
this Province (which was the 5th May) should the Assembly have 
no objection to his being paid from 2d April, I believe Sir Charles 
will have none. Lieut. Col. Glazier's is dated the same day but the 
Governor thinks he should not be entitled to Pay but from the time 
the New England Government paid him to. Sir Charles thought it 
might be some advantage to them in point of Rank .and therefore 
ordered the Commissions to be dated the day after the Act was 
passed. 

As Captain Johnson has only raised 45 Men, His Excellency 
now writes to the Lieut. Colonels of Albany to add so many Men 
to that Company as shall be found wanting to complete the 1315 
Men, supposing every County to have furnished its full Quota. So 



APPENDIX. 507 

that if McGinnis, Lotteridge and Schuyler's Companies are full, I 
suppose there will be a necessity of detaching very few. 

Mr. Richard Morris asked me the other day if there was any 
room for a Lieutenant and told me his clerk Captain Brewerton's 
son about 19 years of age, of whom he gives an exceeding good 
character, is desirious of engaging in the service, having a view to 
get among the Regulars hereafter if he can. If you should think it 
proper to give him a Commission perhaps you may have an oppor- 
tunity of doing it in Johnson's Company. He is I am told a young 
fellow of good spirit and does not know how to provide for himself 
otherwise at present so it would be serving him and it may be the 
Publick at the same time. I am etc. 

Gw. BANYAR. 

To OLIVER DE LANCEY, Esq. 



New York 27 August 1756. 

Sir : Having received Advice from Albany that the enemy have 
laid Seige to Oswego and not knowing how far they may endeavour 
to penetrate in Case of the Loss of that Post, and as it is highly 
probable the Militia of your County may be soon called upon to 
March either to the Defence of Albany or other parts of this Prov- 
ince where their assistance may be wanted to repel any attempts of 
the Enemy, You are to hold your Regiment in readiness to march 
on the shortest Notice and for this Purpose you are to give imme- 
diate Orders for examining into the State of the Men, arms and 
accoutrements and the quantity of ammunition they are furnished 
with, and if any should be found unprovided you are to oblige them 
to furnish themselves as soon as possible with everything the Law 
requires, and to cause the Penalties of the Law to be vigorously 
levied on all Delinquents, and in general you are to observe and 
punctually obey the Orders given you by Lieutenant Governor 
De Lanc.ey bearing date the Second day of September, 1754, and to 
the utmost of your power keep up and maintain good order and 
discipline in the Regiment under your command assuring them that 
in case they are at any time ordered to march, I will recommend to 
the Assembly in the strongest manner to make them a reasonable 
allowance for their services. 

CHAS. HARDY. 

To the Colonel or the next Commanding officer of the Regi- 
ment of Militia for Dutchess County. 



By His Excellency Sir Charles Hardy, Knight, Captain General 
and Governor in Chief in and over the Province of New 
York, and the Territories depending thereon in America, and 
Vice Admiral of the same. 

You are Immediately on receipt hereof to Issue your orders to 
the Captains or Commanding Officers of two or as many more as 
you shall think fit and necessary of those Companies that are near- 



508 APPENDIX. 

est in situation to the City of Albany, that they hold their respec- 
tive Companies in readiness to March, and that on the first Intelli- 
gence from the Colonel or Commanding officer of the Regiment of 
Albany of the approach of an Enemy with an Intention as may be 
apprehended to attack that City they assemble their said Compa- 
nies together, and march with the utmost expedition to the City of 
Albany, taking with them what provisions and Ammunition they 
can, without waiting for further Directions or Instructions, and that 
upon their arrival there they put themselves under the Command of 
the said Colonel or Commanding officer of the Regiment of Albany : 

And in case you shall receive advice of the march of a large 
body of the Enemy to attack Albany, so that a still greater force 
may be necessary to be sent to the assistance of that place, you are 
upon the receipt of such intelligence, and application from the said 
Colonel or Commanding Officer to order your whole Regiment to 
march thither as fast as possible, either in single Companies or 
larger Detachment, as they can be soonest got together, and to 
repair thither yourself with the other Field officers of your Regi- 
ment sending the earliest notice of your march to the Colonel or 
Commanding officer of the second Regiment of Ulster County. 
And you are to assure the said Captain or other officer to whom you 
shall give such Directions as aforesaid that I will strongly recom- 
mend to the General Assembly to provide for the Expenses which 
may accrue on this service. 

You are also hereby directed and required forthwith to give 
Orders to the respective Captains of your Regiment to cause their 
Serjeants to view and inspect the arms of all the Men inlisted in, or 
belonging to their several Companies, and to see that they be such 
as by law they ought to be ; and if any of them are not in order 
and fit for service to cause them forthwith to be mended and made 
fit for service and to examine into every man's store of ammunition 
and accoutrements, and see that they constantly keep the quantity 
of each sort, which by law they are directed to do and wherever 
they find any men unprovided of all or any part thereof, to cause 
the several penalties and forfeitures inflicted bylaw, to be forthwith 
levied upon all and every of the delinquents without favour affec- 
tion or partiallity, and this you are to do once in three months and 
so often as you may judge expedient and Necessary to the end that 
every one may be constantly prepared against any surprize. And 
you are to give the like orders to the Troop of Horse. 

You are to order the Captains of each Company in your Regi- 
ment to Exercise his Company as often as conveniently may be, 
and at least once in three months, at which time every man's arms, 
ammunition, and accoutrements, are by him and his subalterns to 
be carefully examined, and where any of the men are found unpro- 
vided, or their arms, ammunition, and accoutrements defective, or 
in Case any of the men unlawfully refuse or neglect to appear at 
such exercise, the fines are rigorously to be levyed ; and so likewise 
of the Troop. 



APPENDIX. 509 

In general you are to the utmost of your power to endeavour 
that your whole regiment be constantly provided with everything 
necessary to march at a minute's warning, and to be trained to mili- 
tary Discipline as far as may be that in case of any sudden attempt, 
they may be able to Guard against a Surprize. 

Given under my Hand at Fort George in New York the Twenty- 
seventh day of August, 1756. 

CHAS. HARDY. 

To JOHANNES HARDENBERGH, Esqr. Colonel, or in his absence 
to the next Commanding officer of the first Regiment of Militia 
Foot for the County of Ulster. 



New York, 27th September 1756. 

Sir : I herewith transmit you the Copy of a Vote of the House 
of Assembly by which you will perceive there is an allowance of 
one shilling and three pence per day to each private Man of the 
Militia, who shall or may from time to time be in actual Service in 
aid of the Forces on the Northern Frontiers of this Colony, and a 
reasonable allowance to be made the officers commanding them. 
Which you will take the proper measures to have made known to 
all in your Regiment ; And you will take Care that the Command- 
ing officer of every Party that shall March on this Service do make 
sign and deliver to you regular Muster Rolls containing the Names 
and Rank of every Person on such Duty, the time they entered 
upon it, and the day of their discharge, which Muster Rolls you are 
to sign yourself and transmit to me, keeping copies thereof by you 
signed as aforesaid, that in case the originals be lost recourse may 
be had to such copies. I am Sir 

Your very humble Servant 

Gw. BANYAP, Dep. Sec'ry. 

The Colonel or Commanding officer of the Militia of the City 
and County of Albany, County of Dutchess, and County of Ulster. 

[ENCLOSURE.] 

Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly, Sept. 25, 1756. 

Resolved, That it is the Opinion of this Committee, that a Sum 
not exceeding One Shilling and Three Pence, per Day, be allowed 
to each private Man of the Militia, who shall or may, from Time to 
Time, be in actual Service in Aid of the Forces on the Northern 
Frontiers of this Colony, on proper Certificates of their said Service, 
from the Commanding Officers of the said Miliria, who shall or 
may be so in actual Service. 

Resolved, That it is the Opinion of this Committee, that a rea- 
sonable Allowance be made to each Officer commanding the said 
Militia, on actual Service, for the Time they shall be in the said 
Service, on proper Certificates from their superior Officers. 



510 APPENDIX. 

Fort George, New York, 26 March, 1757. 

Sir : Mr. De Lancey having informed me that you are willing to 
accept of the Command of one of the ten Companies in the Pay of this 
Province, You are accordingly to take upon you that Command and 
to act as Captain of one of the said Companys under your former 
Commission as Captain which will give you rank as the oldest Captain. 

I am Sir &c. 

CHAS. HARDY. 
To ISAAC CORSA ESQ. 



Extract of a Letter from a Gentleman at Fort William Henry. 

Fort-William Henry, July 26, 1757. 

Sir : I am sorry that I have nothing better to relate to you than 
the following melancholy Affair, viz. Col. John Parker, with three 
of his Captains, and six or seven Subalterns, with Capt. Robert 
Maginis, Capt. Jonathan Ogclen, Lieut. Campbell and Cotes, of the 
New York Regiment, with about 350 Men, went out on the 2ist 
Instant, in Order to attack the advanced Guard at Ticonderoga by 
Water, in Whale and Bay Boats : They landed that Night on an 
Island, and sent before break of Day to the Main Land three Bat- 
toes, which the Enemy way-laid and took. These Battoes were to 
land two Miles this Side ; they being taken, gave the Enemy Intel- 
ligence of their Design of Landing. Our Men next Morning at 
Day Break, made for said Point, and the Enemy, who knew our 
Scheme, contrived as a Decoy, to have three Battoes making for said 
Point, which our People imagining to be the three Battoes sent out 
the Evening before, eagerly put to the Land, where about 300 Men 
lay in Ambush, and from behind the Point came out 40 or 50 
Canoes, Whale and Bay Boats, which surrounded them entirely, and 
cut off every one that was in the Circle. Col. Parker and Capt. 
Ogden, are the only two Officers that escaped with Life, the Latter 
much wounded in the Head. Capt. Maginus, and every one in the 
Boat with him, are Killed ; and not one Man left alive that were in 
the Bay Boats. Capt. Woodward being terribly wounded, jumped 
overboard, and was drown'd. Capt. Shaw killed ; Lieut. Campbell 
and Cotes of the New York Regiment, they say for certain are 
Killed ; a Captain of the New Jersey Regiment is also Killed, but 
have not yet learnt his name. Upon the whole, only Parker and 
Ogden escaped. 

Since the foregoing, Col. Glazier has received a Letter from a 
Serjeant belonging to Capt. Maginis's Company, who says, that in 
the hottest of t|je Fire they forced their Battoe thro' the Enemy's 
Line, being favoured with the Smoak and Fog, and escaped with 6 
or 7 more, that were alive with him in the Battoe, and landed on 
the East Side, where he luckily met with Capt. West from Fort 
Edward, on a Scout ; and as every Man made the best of his Way 
as soon as they landed, none but himself is yet come in safe. 

P. S. What could the Enemy be doing there ? They certainly 



APPENDIX. 511 

were going on some great Design, by being there in so large a Body, 
as judged 1000 Men at least. 

Supp. to N. Y. Mercury, Aug. /, 7757 



New York, 6th August, 1757. 

Sir : His Honour, the Lieutenant Governor, having signed an 
order yesterday in consequence of a Letter to him from Major Gen- 
eral Webb, giving an account that a large body of the Enemys 
Forces were moving to attack Fort William Henry. That you 
should hold in readiness 400 able bodied and effective Men with 
proper officers of your .Regiment to march on the first Notice to 
Albany under the Command of the Major of your Regiment, and 
the Council having this day received information by Express from 
Albany to the Lieutenant Governor that Fort William Henry is 
actually attacked by considerable army. The Council desires that 
you will immediately order the said Detachment to be in a Readi- 
ness to march at a minute's warning and to see that every Man be 
duly equipped for the Service. As the Council expects every 
moment the last orders for the march of the said Detachments from 
the Lieutenant Governor, they hope you will have them ready to 
march at the shortest warning. 

Gw. BANYAR, Dep. Sec'ry. 

To the Colonels Commanding the Militia in the Counties of 
Westchester and Queens. 



By His Majesty's Council in the City of New York 

August 13, 1757. 

Sir : As His Honour the Lieutenant Governor having ordered 
six hundred Men of the Militia of Queens County to be sent to 
Albany for the preservation of that City, and the Council having 
this instant received an order from the Lieutenant Governor by 
Express that one half of the Militia of your County should march 
into Queens County and be posted in the Towns nearest New 
York You are therefore immediately on Receipt hereof to order 
one half of the Militia of Suffolk County under proper officers to 
march into Queens County and to post them in the Towns nearest 
New York. 

P. S. By this Express we have an account that Fort William 
Henry and that Fort Edward was attacked and was taken by the 
Enemy and therefore it behoves every one at this Critical Conjunc- 
ture to do his utmost to save his Country from the Ravages of a 
Cruel Enemy. 

To the Colonel Commanding the Militia of Queens and Suffolk 
Counties. 



512 APPENDIX. 

New York, 14 August, 1757. 

Sir; We received your Honours Letter of the nth Instant by 
the post and were pleased to hear that the account you gave us of 
Fort Edward's being attacked was false and are glad to find that 
the affair at Fort William Henry was not so bad as was first re- 
ported. We have done everything in our power to hasten Succour 
for Albany, yesterday there went 600 men from this City mostly 
Volunteers, part of ye Detachment from West Chester under Major 
Courtlandt went last Friday and the Remainder we suppose are 
gone by this time. That from Queens County are to embark to- 
morrow from Newtown Creek upwards of 300 men have passed by 
from Jersey and we are told by Mr Stevens more are expected to 
the amount of 1000 in the whole. We hear great numbers are 
gone and going from New England but have no certain account 
how many they consist of. We shall continue to do everything in 
our power for the publick service, and remain your Honours most 
obdt. Humble Servts. &c. 

To the Hon. JAMES DE LANCEY. 

Endorsed. Letter from the Council at N. Y., to the Lt. Gov. at 
Albany 14 Aug. 1757. 

To his Majesty's Council of the City of New York. 

Gentlemen : I have with all the despatch imaginable agreeable to 
your order of the i2th instant raised one half the militia of Suffolk 
County who are now cheerfully marching into Queens County in 
obedience to your Honours command where they will wait for fur- 
ther orders from his Honour the Governor or the Council and as 
there are many deficiencys in the militia for want of Commission 
officers I have to supply that defect appointed such men as officers 
as I thought best at this critical juncture to save our country which 
I hope you will approve of, a list whereof I here send you by the 
Express. I am in a poor state of health at present so as I am not 
able to march with the men and have sent the adjutant with 
them designing myself God willing to follow them if I am able to 
ride. 

I am with the greatest respect Your most Humble & obedient 
Servant, 

RICHARD FLOYD. 

Brookhaven, Aug. isth, 1757. 



New York, August 22, 1757. On Friday the i2th Instant, an 
Express arrived here from Albany, with an Account of the Sur- 
render of Fort William Henry, to a large Army of French. The 
same Day 700 Volunteers from the City alone, turned out, and next 
Day embarked for Albany, under the Command of Capt. Jasper 
Farmer, of the Artillery ; Capt. John Provoost, of the Cadets ; 
Capt. James De Peyster, of the Grenadiers ; and the Captains Du 



APPENDIX. 513 

Bois, Lispenard and Beekman of the Militia. Most of Capt. John- 
ston's Troop of Horse went up by Land. They were all ordered to 
return by Col. De Lancey who met them at Esopus. 

The N. Y. Mercury, Aug. 22, 1757. 



By the Honourable JAMES DE LANCEY, Esq ; His Majesty's 
Lieutenant Gwernor and Commander in Chief, in and en>er 
the Province of NEW YORK, and the Territories depending 
thereon, in America. 

A PROCLAMATION. 

WHEREAS the Government, from a due Sense of the Dangers 
impending on North-America, and a dutiful Regard to His Majesty's 
just Expectations from this His loyal Colony, hath made ample 
Provision for raising, paying, and cloathing, Two Thousand Six 
Hundred and Eighty effective Men, Officers included, to be employed 
in Conjunction with a Body of His Majesty's British Forces, and the 
Forces of the neighbouring Colonies against the French Settlements 
in Canada. And, as an Encouragement to Persons to inlist volun- 
tarily into the said Service, hath granted the Allowances following : 

To each able-bodied Man, entering voluntarily into the said 
Service, the Sum of TEN POUNDS, as a Gratuity for their voluntary 
Inlistment. 

To each Officer properly authorized to inlist Men, the Sum of 
TWENTY SHILLINGS, for each able-bodied Volunteer he shall inlist 
into the said Service : 

With the following Rates of Pay to the Non-Commissioned 
Officers and Men, viz. To Sergeants, One Shilling and Eight- 
Pence ; To Corporals and Drummers, One Shilling and Six-Pence ; 
and to Private Men, One Shilling and Three- Pence, per Day, each. 

And to each Man the following Cloathing; One Hat, a Coat, a 
Pair of Buck-skin Breeches, two Shirts, two Pair of Stockings, two 
Pair of Shoes, and one Blanket. 

And as a further Inducement, the Forces will be furnished with 
Tents, and all other Necessaries for the Campaign. 

I have therefore thought fit to Notify the same by this Procla- 
mation, earnestly inviting His Majesty's good Subjects chearfully to 
inlist; and promising to all those, who shall inlist in this Service, 
the Bounty and other Encouragements before-mentioned. 

GIVEN under my Hand and Seal at Arms, at Fort-George, in the 
City of New York, the 2$th Day of March, One Thousand 
Seven Hundred and fifty-eight, in the Thirty-first Year of 
the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE the Second, by the 
Grace of GOD, of Great- Britain, France, and Ireland, KING, 
Defender of the Faith, and so forth, j AMS D LANCEV . 

By His Honour s Command, 
Gw. BANYAR, Dep'y-Sec'ry. 

GOD Save the KING 

33 



514 APPENDIX. 

By the Honourable JAMES DE LANCEY, Esg ; His Majesty's Lieu- 
tenant Governor and Commander in Chief, in and over the 
Province of New York, and the Territories depending 
thereon in America. 

A PROCLAMATION 

FORASMUCH as a great Number of Men who shall inlist, or be 
engaged in the Forces in the Pay of this Province, will be possessed 
of good Arms of their own, which it is apprehended they will 
prefer to those furnished by the Crown, not only from their being 
much lighter, but as from their being accustomed to them, they will 
be much surer of their Mark with those, than with Arms they never 
handled before ; I have thought fit, as an Encouragement to all 
those who are able to furnish themselves with good Arms, to notify, 
that, if any such serviceable Arms as they shall bring to the Ren- 
dezvous, shall happen to be lost, or receive Damage in actual 
Service, the General and Commander in Chief of His Majesty's 
Forces will make them good to the Proprietors, in Money. And as 
a Powder-Horn, Shot-Bag, with a Case for the Lock of their Gun, 
to preserve it from the Weather, are thought more proper for the 
present Service than the common Accoutrements, the Men are also 
to come provided therewith. 

And whereas there may be a Number of the King's Arms, and 
Arms belonging to this Province, concealed by Deserters, or others ; 
I do therefore require all His Majesty's Justices of the Peace, and 
Sheriffs, to make, and cause diligent Search to be made, within 
their respective Districts, for all such Arms ; and to seize and send 
the same to the City of New-York, to be delivered to Christopher 
Blundell, Store-keeper, at Fort George. 

Given under my Hand and Seal of Arms, at Fort George, in the 
City of New- York, the 8th Day of April, 1758, in the Thirty- 
first Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE the 
Second, by the Grace of GOD, of Great-Britain, France and 
Ireland, KING, Defender of the Faith, and so forth. 

, JAMES DE LANCEY. 

By His Honour s Command, 

Gw. BANYAR, Depy. Secry. 

GOD Save the KING. 



Deserted from Capt. Moore's Company, belonging to one of the 
New York Provincial Regiments, the following Persons viz.: John 
Belcher, born in New Jersey, 22 years of age, brown complexion, 5 
feet 10. John Fitzgerald, born in Ireland, 26 years old, brown 
complexion, 5 feet 4. Thomas Wiel, born in London, 24 years old, 
fair complexion, 5 feet 6. William Waters, born in Liverpool, 19 
years, brown complexion, 5 feet 2. Roger Connely, born in Ireland, 



APPENDIX. 515 

27 years, brown complexion, 5 feet 8. Edmund Murphy, born in 
Ireland, 20 years, fair complexion, 5 feet 7. 

Whoever takes up and secures any of the above Deserters, and 
will convey them safe to New York, shall besides having all reason- 
able Charges paid, receive Twenty Shillings Reward for each, paid 
by Gerard G. Beekman. 

The N. Y. Mercury, May 8, /; -58. 



By the Honourable JAMES DE LANCEY, Esq ; His Majesty's 
Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief, in and over the 
Province of New- York, and the Territories depending thereon 
in America. 

A PROCLAMATION. 

WHERFAS His Majesty hath nothing so much at Heart, as to im- 
prove the great and important Advantages gained last Campaign, as 
well as to repair the Disappointment at Ticonderoga, and by the 
most vigorous and extensive Efforts, to avert, by the Blessing of 
GOD on His Arms, all Dangers which may threaten North-America, 
from any future Irruptions of the French. And whereas this Govern- 
ment being heartily disposed to co-operate with, and second to the 
utmost, the large Expence and extraordinary Succors supplied by 
Great-Britain* for their Preservation and Defence, hath made 
ample Provision for raising, paying, and cloathing, Two Thousand 
Six Hundred and Eighty effective Men, Officers included, to be 
employed in Conjunction with a Body of His Majesty's British 
Forces, and the Forces of the neighbouring Colonies, for invading 
Canada, and carrying War into the Heart of the Enemy's Posses- 
sions ; and as an Encouragement to Persons to inlist voluntarily in 
the said Service, hath granted the Allowances following. 

To each able bodied Man, entering voluntarily into the said 
Service, the Sum of Fifteen Pounds, as a Gratuity for their volun- 
tary Inlistment. 

To each Officer properly authorized to inlist Men, the Sum of 
Twenty Shillings, for each able bodied Volunteer, he shall inlist 
into the said Service. 

With the following Rates of Pay to the Non Commission Officers 
and Men. To Serjeants One Shilling and Eight Pence. To Cor- 
porals and Drummers, One Shilling and Six Pence ; and to private 
Men, One Shilling and Three Pence, per Day each. 

And to each Man ; one Hat, a Coat, a Pair of Buckskin Breeches, 
two Shirts, two Pair of Stockings, two Pair of Shoes, and one 
Blanket. 

And His Majesty is pleased to furnish all the Men so raised, with 
Arms, Ammunition and Tents, as well as to order Provisions to be 
issued to them, in the same Proportion and Manner as is done to 
the rest of the King's Forces. 

And as a further Inducement to Men to inlist, I have thought fit, 



516 APPENDIX. 

by the Advice of His Majesty's Council, to declare, that all Per- 
sons who shall voluntarily engage in this Service, shall be intituled 
to a proportionable Share of the Lands to be granted for the Settle- 
ment of the upper Part of this Province. 

I have therefore thought fit to notify the same by this Proc- 
lamation ; earnestly inviting His Majesty's loyal and brave Sub- 
jects, chearfully to inlist, and promising to all those who shall inlist, 
in this Service, the Bounty and other Encouragements before 
mentioned. 

An all Persons who deserted from the Forces in the Pay of this 
Province, during the last or any former Campaign, and shall come 
in, and inlist themselves in the Service aforesaid, on or before the 
first Day of April next, shall be intituled to a Pardon, and the like 
Encouragements as are given to other Volunteers. 

And forasmuch as many Persons have Arms of their own, which 
from their being accustomed to, and being lighter than the Tower 
Arms, will, it is apprehended, be more agreeable to them ; I do 
hereby make known, that His Excellency General AMHERST, as an 
Encouragement to the Men to come provided with their own service- 
able Arms, hath engaged to pay for every one that shall be spoiled, 
or lost in actual Service, at the Rate of Twenty-five Shillings, Ster- 
ling, a Firelock. 

GIVEN under my Hand and Seal at Arms, at Fort-George, in the 
City of New York, the Seventh Day of March 1759, in the 
Thirty-second Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord 
GEORGE the Second, by the Grace of GOD, of Great-Britain, 
France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith &c. 

JAMES DE LANCEY. 
By His Honour's Command 
Gw. BANYAR, Dep-Sec'ry. 

GOD SAVE THE KING. 



ALL GENTLEMEN VOLUNTEERS, Inclined to serve his MAJESTY, 
in the Service of the Province of NEW-YORK, in the present Expedi- 
tion against CANADA ; are desired to come to Captain Elias Des- 
brosses, or, Capt. Thomas Moore ; or any other Officer having the 
Governor's Warrant to inlist Men in the City and County of New 
York. And upon passing Muster, will be entituled to the following 
Bounty, viz. The Sum of FIFTEEN POUNDS in Cash ; one Blanket, 
one good Coat, one Pair of Buck-skin Breeches, two Shirts, two 
Pair of Stockings, two Pair of Shoes, and one Hat. 

And further, besides their Pay, (which is One Shilling and 
Three Pence per Day) they shall receive One Shilling per Day for 
their Subsistence, from the Time of their Inlistment, until they pass 
Muster. They are to be discharged by Law, the First Day of 
November next ; and possibly sooner. It is to be observed, that 
the above Bounty with their Pay, being allowed for Six Months 



APPENDIX. 517 

Service, amounts to Three Shillings per Day, exclusive of their 
Cloathing, and other Camp Equipage. 
New York, March 5th, 1759. 



By the Honourable James De Lancey, Esq ; His Majesty's 
Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief, in and over 
the Province of New York, and the Territories depending 
thereon in America. 

In Pursuance of an Act entitled, An Act for raising a Supply of 
One Hundred Thousand Pounds, for levying, paying and cloathing, 
Two thousand six hundred and eighty effective Men, Officers in- 
cluded, for forming with the Forces of the neighboring Colonies, an 
Army of Twenty thousand Men, to invade, in Conjunction with a 
Body of his Majesty's regular Troops, the French Possessions in 
Canada ; for emitting Bills of Credit for the like Sum ; and for 
sinking and cancelling the said Bills in short Periods ; passed the 
Seventh Day of March Instant ; You are, unless a sufficient Num- 
ber of Volunteers offer before the Fourth Day of April next, on 
that Day to detach four under your Com- 

mand ; or so many Men, as, with the Number of effective Men 
raised by voluntary inlistment in the said shall make out 

the full Number of being the Quota of the said 

of the Forces to be raised by Virtue of the Act afore- 
said. And you are to take especial Care that such Detachment 
consist of none but able-bodied and effective Men, fit to perform 
the Service of the Campaign, as Non-effectives will be dismissed by 
the Officer whom I shall appoint to muster them : In which Case, 
you are immediately upon receiving Notice from the said Officer of 
the Number of non-effective Men, to detach an equal Number of 
able-bodied and effective Men in Lieu of such Non-effectives ; and 
so in like Manner from Time to Time, until the Whole are effective 
and complete ; which Detachment you are to cause to be marched 

and there delivered to the Officer who 

shall have Orders to receive them. And you are, without any 
Delay, to return to me a List of the Names of the Persons detached, 
under your hand. 

GIVEN under my Hand at Fort George in the City of New 
York the Sixteenth Day of March 1759, in the Thirty second 
Year of his Majesty's Reign. 

JAMES DE LANCEY. 

Issued orders agreeable to the above Form filled up as Follows 

New York, Colonel De Lancey. To march to the green near 
the Work House. 

Albany, Sir William Johnson To the City of Albany. 

Kings, Johannes Lott, Esqr. To Brookland. 

Queens, Stephen Hicks, Esqr. To Newtown. 

Suffolk, Richard Floyd. To Newtown in Queens County. 
Huntington. 



5l APPENDIX. 

Richmond, Thomas Dongan, Esqr. To march to Van Tuyles 
Ferry. 

Westchester, William Willet, Esqr. Part to Justin Marling's and 
part to Peek's Kill as shall be most convenient. 

Dutchess, Martinus Hoffman, Esqr. Part to Fishkill, part to 
Pokeepsingh and part to Kip's Ferry as shall be most convenient. 

Ulster, Johannes Hardenbergh, Esqr. Col. of the ist Regiment 
Thomas Ellison, Esqr. Col. of the 2d Regiment as follows, those of 
the ist Regt. to Kingston, and those of the 2d Regt. to New Wind- 
sor. 

Orange, Abraham Herring, Esqr. Col. of the Regt. to the 
Southward of the Mountains. Benjamin Thurston Esqr. Col. of the 
Regt. to the Northward of the Mountains, as follows those from 
the Southern Regiment to Haverstraw and those from the Northern 
Regiment to New Windsor. 

Where only one Colonel Directed thus 

One order to each Colonel, all dated March 16 1759 



By the Honorable James De Lancey Esqr., His Majesty's Lieut 
Gov. &c. 

You are to repair to the County of so as to be there 

on or before the tenth day of April Instant and then to muster the 
Quota of men to be raised for the said County of 
which is to consist of effective Men. In doing whereof 

you are carefully to enquire into the Age and Health and particu- 
larly to examine the Limbs of every Man, and to pass no Man 
whom you shall not upon such examination esteem to be able 
bodied and fit to perform the service of a Campaign. You are to 
return the Names of all Non effectives to the Colonel or Command- 
ing officer of the Regiment of the said and require him 
to detach an equal Number of men immediately in lieu of such 
Non effectives pursuant to the Orders he had from me whom you 
are also to Muster at such time and Place as you shall think fit 
giving timely notice thereof to the proper Officer that the men may 
be in readiness to be mustered. And you are to return a Muster 
Roll of the men so mustered digested into Columns agreeable to 
the model on the other side under your Hand to the Paymasters 
and Commissaries in this City keeping a Copy thereof & signifying 
my orders to the Captains commanding the respective Companies 
to take Copies of such Muster Rolls for their own use respectively. 

Given under my Hand at Fort George in the City of New York 
the Fifth day of April 1759. 

JAMES DE LANCEY 

New York 7 April 1759 

Sir : Inclosed I send you by the Governor's Directions, Orders 
for mustering the Quotas of men to be raised by the Counties of 



APPENDIX. 519 

Ulster and Orange : It is impossible that they can be executed 
both on the same day and therefore tis thought it will be best to 
Muster Ulster first and Orange as soon as that is done. The 
Governor bid me acquaint you that a Reasonable allowance should 
be made for your Trouble : He is just sat off with the General for 
Philadelphia and is expected to return in eight days at farthest. 
I am Sir Your most Obedt. 

Humble Servant 

Gw. BANYAR. 
CHARLES CLINTON, Esqr. 



New York 7 April 1759 

Sir : Inclosed you have the Governor's Orders for mustering 
the Quota of Men to be raised in the City and County of Albany. 
The Governor ordered the Warrant for Mustering those of West- 
chester County to be directed to you and Mr Thomas or either of 
you, so that if you should choose to stay to muster Westchester 
County you may, as the time will permit of it, or you may leave Mr 
Thomas to muster those of Westchester. as you and he think best. 
You'l observe the time appointed for your being at Albany is the 
1 7th Instant. 

I am Sir Your most Obedt. 

Humble servant 

Gw. BANYAR 
Lieut. Colonel ISAAC CORSA. 



New York 7 April 1759 

Sir : The Governor is just set off for Philadelphia with the 
General. Before he sat off he ordered me to send you the Inclosed 
Orders for Mustering the Quota of Men to be raised in Westchester 
County. Lieut. Col. Corsa is joined with you, But as he is to go to 
Albany to muster their Quota I imagine it will be most convenient 
that you muster those of Westchester yourself, but this is left to 
you and Col. Corsa. In either case, I dare say, none but good and 
able bodied men will be passed. 

I am Sir Your most Obedt. 

Humble servant 

Gw. BANYAR. 
JOHN THOMAS, Esqr. 



New York, April 2j, 1759. We can w ' tn Pleasure inform the 
Public, that the New York Regiment is by Voluntary Inlistment 
co'.npleated to 2500 Men ; and as a remarkable Spirit for the Service 
prevails, there is not the least Doubt but in a few Days we shall be 
entirely compleated to 2680 Men, the full Establishment of this 
Colony. 

Weymans N. Y. Gazette, April 2j, 1759. 



52O APPENDIX. 

By the Honourable James De Lancey, Esqr. His Majesty's 

Lieut. Gov. &c. 
To 

Whereas by an Act of the Legislature of this Province passed 
on the Third of May Instant, Provision is made for raising and sub- 
sisting eight complete companies of Volunteers to consist of one 
Captain, 2 Lieutenants, 4 Serjeants, 3 Corporals, i Drummer and 
59 Private men to be employed in the building one or more Forts 
on his Majesty's lands to the northward of Albany in Conjunction 
with the forces to be raised by the other Governments the whole 
to be commanded by William Johnson, Esqr, Major General and 
Commander in Chief of the said Forces. And as an Inducement 
to officers and Men to engage in this Service the following Pay and 
other Advantages are granted by the Act : To every Captain who 
shall raise such a complete Company to be paid on the first muster 
thereof One Hundred Pounds. To each able bodied man a Bounty 
of Thirty-two Shillings and Six-pence, a Blanket, a good Lapel led 
Coat a felt Hat, one Shirt, two pair of orzanbrigs Trowsers one 
pair of Shoes and one pair of Stockings. To Captains Eight Shil- 
lings per diem Lieutenants Six Shillings, Sergeants One Shilling 
and Eight-pence Corporals One Shilling and Six-pence Drummers 
One Shilling and Six-pence and each private man One Shilling and 
Three-pence per day Pay. And you being represented to me as a 
Person able to raise such a Company and fit to be employed in this 
service I have therefore thought fit to authorize and I do hereby 
authorize and impower you to beat up for Volunteers and to raise 
such a Company within this Province whom you are to inlist accord- 
ing to the directions herewith given you. On the completion and 
muster whereof you shall receive my Commission to command such 
Company and from thenceforth be entitled to pay : and all officers 
civil and military are required to give you all due Encouragement. 
And for your so doing this shall be your warrant. 

JAMES DE LANCEY. 

May 4 1759. 

4 May delivered to Colonel Johnson a Warrant to Mr William 
McGinnis and another to Edmond Mathews to raise Companies 
with 4 blank warrants for Lieutenants of those Companies with the 
Instructions for each Captain as to the Method of enlisting Men. 
All dated 3d May. 

5 May delivered a like warrant to Mr Philip J. Schuyler and 2 
blank warrants for his Lieutenants with the like Instructions. All 
dated the 5 May. The Governor dated the warrant himself on the 
First day. 

17 May Sent a like warrant to Dr. Muirson for Owen 

with two Lieutenants warrants by Express dated this day. 

Sent a like warrant to Jno. Sherman Esq. for Isaac Corsa, Esq 
& one Lieutenant warrant dated same day. The other warrant 
is given to Michael Thodey. 

[Gw. BANYAR.] 



APPENDIX. 521 

New York, May 14, 1759. LIST OF THE CAPTAINS AND LIEU- 
TENANTS OF THE SEVERAL COMPANIES COMPOSING THE TWO 

NEW YORK BATTALIONS, GONE ON THE PRESENT CAMPAIGN 
[the last Division from this City embarked for Albany on 
the 1 4th inst.] 

John Johnston, Esq ; Colonel of the New York Regiment, and 
Colonel of the ist Battalion. 

Isaac Corsa, Lieutenant Colonel of the ist Battalion. 

Bartholomew Le Roux, Colonel Commandant of the 2d Bat- 
talion. 

Michael Thodey, Lieut. Col. of the 2d Battalion. 

Myndert Roseboom, Major ist Battalion. 

Richard Smith, George Brewerton, jun. and Tobias Van Zandt, 
Captains. 

Francis Thodey, and Barnaby Byrn, Lieuts. to R. Smith. John 
Vischer and Robert Crawford, Lieuts to Geo. Brewerton. Abra- 
ham Deforeest and Peter Myer, Lieuts to T. Van Zandt. New 
York 312 effective Men. 

William Gilchrist, Joshua Bloomer, Joseph Holmes, Captains 
from West Chester County. Nathan Flint, Joseph Golding, Henry 
Bayeaux, Joseph Bull, Gilbert Willet, and Sylvanus Horton, their 
Lieutenants. 

Jonathan Haight, Captain from the Manor of Courtlandt, West 
Chester County. Robert Travis and Nathaniel Wyatt, his Lieu- 
tenants. 389 effective Men, from the whole County. 

Thomas Arrowsmith, Captain from Richmond. Anthony Wat- 
ers his Lieutenant. 51 effective Men. 

John Pawling, Samuel Badgeley, Jacobus Swartwout, and Richard 
Rae, Captains from Dutchess. Peter Harris, Cornelius Badgeley, 
Lewis De Lavergne, Robert Emory, Reuben Beadle, Simon Caulk- 
ings, Francis Beatty, and Thomas McNeal, their Lieutenants. 389 
effective Men. 

James Howell, Captain from Orange. Francis Osborne and 
Peter Lent, his Lieutenants. 130 effective Men. 

James Clinton, Captain from Ulster. Joseph Denton and Peter 
Dumont, his Lieutenants. 228 effective Men. 

Richard Hulet, Ephraim Morse and Daniel Wright, Captains 
from Queens. Joseph Beadle, Michael Weeks, George Dunbar, 
Roelef Duryee, Isaac Seaman and Joseph Casseday, their Lieuten- 
ants. 300 effective Men. 

and Verdine Elsworth, Captains from Kings. John 
Middagh, Isaac Middagh, Haight and , their 

Lieutenants. 68 effective Men. 

Gilbert Potter, Barnabas Tuthill and Seth Sayre, Captains from 
Suffolk. Joseph Brewster, Jesse Platt, David Griffin, Daniel Gold- 
smith, Elias Halsey and Jonathan Baker, their Lieutenants. 289 
effective Men. 

Peter Du Bois, Deputy Paymaster. 



522 APPENDIX. 

Thomas Jones. Ralph Norton and John Biggs Castrist, Sur- 
geons. 

Constant O'Bryan and Quarter Masters. 

Cornelius Van Beuren, Captain on the Western Frontiers. Ma- 
thew Rea and Jacob Ruse De Witt, his Lieutenants, with 90 Men. 

Albany has four Companies, but we have not yet received the 
Officers names. 424 effective Men. 

Wey man's JV. Y. Gazette, May 21, 1759- 



DESERTED FROM THE NEW YORK REGIMENT, 1759. 

From Capt. Holmes's Company. John Blackwood, by trade a 
cooper, 5 feet 9 inches, 29 years of age, dark complexion light eyes 
and light hair. Charles Williams, labourer, 18 years of age dark 
complexion, light eyes and light hair. Benedict Arnold, by trade a 
weaver, 18 years of age, dark complexion, light eyes and black hair. 

Whoever takes up and secures the said deserters, or either of 
them, in any of his Majesty's gaols, so that they may be sent to the 
regiment, shall receive Forty Shillings reward for each, and all rea- 
sonable charges paid by Thomas Willett, in West Chester County. 

From Capt. Hulet's Company raised on Long Island. James 
Hamsen [Harrison], born in New York, 19 years of age, 5 feet 
7 inches high, grey eyes, dark complexion, brown hair, a labourer. 
Benjamin Lewis, born in Rhode Island, 23 years of age, 5 feet 2^ 
inches, brown eyes, sandy hair, and a ruddy complexion, a labourer. 
Mathew Carr, born in Bucks Co. Penn. 21 years old, 5 feet 4 
inches, blue eyes, ruddy complexion, light hair, a labourer. Vin- 
cent Hodge, born in Germany, 45 years of age, a taylor by trade, 
5 feet 8, brown eyes, sandy hair. Jlobert Katiens, 28 years old, 
5 feet 5, brown complexion and hair, a fisherman. 

From Capt. Wright's Company, Long Island ; Daniel Chapman, 
born in Conn, by trade a ship carpenter, 5 feet 11^2, grey eyes, 
sandy complexion and hair. Thomas Jones, born in New Jersey, 
30 years of age, 5 feet 9^2, blue eyes, ruddy complexion, a labourer. 
Samuel Palmer, born in Conn., 5 feet 9, brown eyes, sandy hair, a 
labourer. 

From Capt. Morse's Company, Long Island. James Combs, 
born in New Jersey, by trade a weaver, 5 feet n^, brown eyes and 
hair. 

From Capt. Potter's Company, Long Island. John Jones, born 
in Ireland, 41 years of age, 5 feet 8, light complexion, well set, and 
wears a wig. 

From Capt. Tuthill's Company, Long Island. David Murrow, 
47 years of age, 5 feet 5, born in Scotland, by trade a nail-maker, 
dark complexion. 

From the Company raised in King's County, Long Island. 
Thomas Chelwell, born on Long Island, labourer, 26 years of age, 
5 feet n, fair complexion. Charles Powers, inlisted in King's 
County, L. I. 



APPENDIX. 523 

Any persons securing any of the above Deserters, in the gaol of 
New York, or Albany, shall have Three Pounds reward, paid by 
the Commissary, for each. 

Wcymaris N. Y. Gazette, May 2/, 1759. 



By the Honourable JAMES DE LANCEY, Esq.; His Majesty's 
Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief, in and oi'er the 
Province of NEW YORK, and the Territories depending 
thereon in America. 

A PROCLAMATION. 

WHEREAS this Government, from a dutiful Regard to His 
Majesty's just expectations from this His loyal Colony, hath made 
ample Provision for raising paying, and cloathing, Two Thousand 
Six Hundred and Eighty effective Men, Officers included, to be em- 
ployed in Conjunction with a Body of His Majesty's British Troops, 
and the Forces of the neighbouring Colonies, in Order to complete the 
Reduction of all Canada. And as an Encouragement to Persons to 
inlist voluntarily in the said Service, hath granted the Allowances 
following. 

To each able bodied Man entering voluntarily into the said Ser- 
vice, the Sum of FIFTEEN POUNDS, as a Gratuity of their voluntary 
Inlrstment. 

To each officer, properly authorized to inlist Men, the Sum of 
Twenty Shillings for each able bodied volunteer he shall inlist into 
the said Service. 

With the following Rates of Pay to the Non-Commission Offi- 
cers and Men, viz. To Serjeants, One Shilling and Eight Pence. 
To Corporals and Drummers, One Shilling and Six Pence. And to 
private Men, One Shilling and Three Pence ; per Day each. 

And to each Man the following cloathing ; One Hat, a Coat, a 
Pair of Buck-skin Breeches, two Shirts, two Pair of Stockings, two 
Pair of Shoes, and one Blanket. 

And as a farther inducement ; the Forces will be furnished with 
Tents, and all other necessaries for the Campaign. 

I Have Therefore thought fit, to notify the same by this Procla- 
mation, earnestly in inviting His Majesty's good Subjects chearfully 
to inlist ; and promising to all those who shall inlist in this Service, 
the Bounty and other Encouragements before mentioned. 

GIVEN, under my Hand and Seal at Arms, at Fort- George, in the 
City of New York, the Twenty-second Day of March, 1760, in 
Thirty-third Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE 
the SECOND, by the Gra'e of GOD, of Great-Britain, France, 
and Ireland, KING, Defender of the Faith &c. 

JAMES DE L \NCEV. 

By His Honour's Command, 

Gw. BANYAR, Dep. Secry. 

GOD save the KING. 



524 APPENDIX. 

FIFTEEN POUNDS BOUNTY. All Gentlemen Volunteers, In- 
clined to serve his Majesty King GEORGE the Hid, in the service 
of the Province of NEW-YORK, in the present Expedition against 
CANADA, are desired to repair to Colonel ISAAC CORSA, at his 
House opposite the Hon. William Walton, Esq; in the City of 
New-York, or any other Officer, having the Governor's Warrant to 
inlist Men in the City and County of New- York : And upon pass- 
ing Muster, will be entitled to the following Bounty viz. The Sum 
of FIFTEEN POUNDS in Cash, one Blanket, one good Coat, one pair 
of Buck-skin Breeches, two Shirts, two pair of Stockings, two pair 
of Shoes, and one Hat : And further besides their Pay (which is 
one Shilling and three Pence per Day) they shall receive nine Shil- 
lings per Week, for their Subsistance, from the Time of their Inlist- 
ment until they pass Muster. They are to be discharged by Law, 
the first Day of November next, and possibly sooner. It is to be 
observed that the above Bounty, with their Pay, being allowed for 
six Month's Service, amounts to three Shillings per Day, exclusive 
of their Cloathing and other Camp Equipage. 

New-York, March 24th, 1760, 



ADDITIONAL NAMES NOT ON MUSTER ROLLS, AND NON-COM- 
MISSIONED OFFICERS. CAMPAIGN OF 1760. 

[From the Commissariat Accounts of John Cruger, Beverly 
Robinson and Peter Van Brugh Livingston.] 

Capt. James Middagh, Kings Co. (Muster Roll, page 212); Ser- 
geants, George Heft, Walter Du Bois, Jeremiah Stilwell, George Vol- 
mer ; Corporals, John Twedell, George Foulk. 

Capt. James Clinton, Ulster Co. (Muster Roll, page 216); Corpo- 
rals, Robert Waugh, George Luckin ; Privates, Robert Boyd, jun., 
Blenny Mountron, John Ward, Thomas Neily, William Kirk, Rob- 
ert Smith. 

Capt. Ephraim Morse, Queens Co. (Muster Roll, page 220) ; 
Sergeant, Samuel Roberts ; Corporal, Daniel Rooney ; Privates, 
John Philip Honce, Caleb Smith, Thomas Read, Alexander Wishart, 
Henry Smith, Peter Duffen, Lodowick Greets. 

Capt. Daniel Wright, Queens Co. (Muster Roll, page 226); Ser- 
geants, William Beacon, Solomon Tyler ; Corporal, John Baker ; 
Fifer, John Martin ; Privates, Michael Morse, John McLean, 
John Suisher, Richard Spad, Paul Tibbets, Claude Champlin, John 
Hunter. 

Capt. Israel Horton, Suffolk Co. (Muster Roll, page 232) ; Ser- 
geant, Robert Bruce ; Corporal, Isaac Penny ; Privates, David 
McLaughlin, Michael Montgomery, David Muns, Randal Clarke. 



APPENDIX. 525 

Capt. Jesse Platt, Suffolk Co. (Muster Roll, page 236); Sergeant, 
Peter Frazier ; Corporal, James Bohannon ; Privates, Daniel Hale- 
bengs, Samuel McCollister, James Sambo, Daniel Sampson. 

Capt. George Dunbar, Queens Co. (Muster Roll, page 242) ; 
Sergeants, Robert Mack, Frederick Aubery ; Corporal, Daniel 
McCloud ; Private, Joseph Smith. 

Capt. Anthony Waters, Richmond Co. (Muster Roll, page 246) ; 
Sergeants, Andrew Ogg, Joseph Hawkins ; Corporal, James Somer- 
ville. 

Capt. John Van Vechten, Albany Co. (Muster Roll, page 248) ; 
Sergeant, Thomas Mathews ; Corporal, Robert Griffith, Private, 
Anthony Swarts. 

Capt. Peter Harris, Dutchess Co. (Muster Roll, page 254); Ser- 
geants, Moses Prindle, Albertus Sickner ; Corporal, James Webb ; 
Drummer, Asa Perkins ; Privates, Joseph Vale, David Cash, Fran- 
cis Miller, Martin Seaman, Francis Elliot, Henry Reynolds, John 
Vanden Bogert, Myndert Vanden Bogert, Noah Flail, Leonard 
Union. 

Capt. John Van Ness, Dutchess Co. (Muster Roll, page 258) ; 
Corporal, Samuel Richards ; Privates, John Whiteman, Everdus 
Walker, John Crippen, Henry Wheeler. 

Capt. Richard Rea, Dutchess Co. (Muster Roll, page 262); Ser- 
geant, Phineas Woodward ; Corporal, John Sunderland. 

Capt. Jacobus Swartwout, Dutchess Co. (Muster Roll, page 268); 
Sergeant, William Lent ; Drummer, David Carter ; Privates, Fran- 
cis Doran, Abner Gillett. 

Capt. Stephen Schuyler, Albany Co. (Muster Roll, page 272) ; 
Sergeants, John Petzold, Joseph Thurston, James McCrindel, 
Michael Keough ; Corporal, John Miller ; Privates, Michael Fowler, 
Christian Smoake, Henry Niel. 

Capt. Peter Bain, Albany Co. (Muster Roll, page 278); Sergeants, 
Richard George, Obadiah Robbins ; Corporals, Joseph Adams, Wil- 
liam Clark ; Privates, David Porter, Joseph Bryan, Jacob More- 
wise, David Powell, Thomas McDonough. 

Capt. Jonathan Baker, Suffolk Co. (Muster Roll, page 280) ; 
Privates, Timothy Shehan, Jeremiah Crowley, George Ash. 

Capt. Christopher Yates, Albany Co. (Muster Roll, page 288) ; 
Corporal, Nathan Jackaway ; Drummer, William Murdicjc ; Privates, 
David Soper, Thomas Christoffel. 

Capt. Abraham De Forest, New York Co. (Muster Roll, page 
292) ; Sergeants, William Bloomfield, Caleb Ogden ; Corporals, Ed- 
ward Doran, John Brower ; Drummer, James Munson ; Privates, 
John Webster, James Churchill, Robert Walters, Thomas Pudefer, 
William Ellsworth, Joseph Bouche. 



526 APPENDIX. 

Capt. Barnaby Byrn, New York Co. (Muster Roll, page 298) ; 
Sergeants, William Pew, Norris Palmer, Daniel Forbes, James 
Devereaux ; Corporal, James Barns ; Privates, John Clyme, Simon 
Trump, John McGuire. 

Capt. Nathaniel Hubbell, New York Co. (Muster Roll, page 
304) ; Sergeant, Thomas Darby ; Corporal, Henry Metcalfe ; 
Drummer, William Hughes, Sen'r ; Privates, John Morris, William 
Woodford, Edward Burney, Simon Van Beuren. 

Capt. Henry Bayeux, Westchester Co. (Muster Roll, page 310) ; 
Sergeants, Robert Shases, Roger Pell ; Corporal, John Evans ; Pri- 
vate, Joseph Gillow. 

Capt. William Gilchrist, Westchester Co. (Muster Roll, page 314); 
Privates, Hachaliah Brundage, James Sniffin, Michael Cross, John 
Gacell Shaisbick, Peter \Vard. 

Capt. Jonathan Haight, Westchester Co. (Muster Roll, page 
318) ; Sergeants, Richard Hutchinson, Jonathan Woolsey, Josiah 
Smith ; Corporals, Jacob Travis, Thomas Ryan ; Drummer, Peter 
Mills ; Privates, Jacob Shaffer, Thomas Peake, John McCude, 
John Wilson, William Hughson. 

Capt. James Howell, Orange Co. (Muster Roll, page 328) ; Cor- 
poral, David Rogers ; Privates, Michael Warren, Jonathan Knapp, 
James Dougherty, John Martin, Uriah Hand, Silas Barr, John 
Lewis, William Ewen. 

Capt. Gilbert Willett, Westchester Co. (No Muster Roll); Drum- 
mer, Mathew Hudson; Privates, James Rhodes, Benjamin Byea, 
Isaac Briggs, James Bland, Thomas Cromwell, John Chandler, 
Peter Merritt, William McCormick, Reuben Lane, Thomas Gibson, 
Tames Billington, Jabez Smith, John McCollom. 

Capt. Cornelius Wynkoop, Ulster Co. (No Muster Roll): Ser- 
geants, Samuel Daw, John Sleight, jun. ; Corporal, John Bradley; 
Drummer, Cornelius Chambers ; Privates, William McConnell, 
Robert Cahil, William Sloughter, Cornelius Conway, Jacob Bailey, 
Nicholas Slayter, Casper Ryker, Jacobus Montania, Adam Cater, 
Jeremiah Kittle, John Carn, Frederick Hynes, John Griffin, Patrick 
McGee, Martinus Beekman, Thomas Elsworth. Capt. Wynkoop 
was paid May 7, 1760, 1,840 bounty and enlisting money for 115 
men. 

Capt. Francis Thodey, New York (Muster Roll, page 338); 
Privates, Remig Jarera, Peter Murray, Peter Joseph. 

CAMPAIGN OF 1761. 

Capt. Barnaby Byrn, New York Co. (Muster Roll, page 342); 
Sergeants, William McDermott, James Kearns, William Smith, 
Nicholas O'Bryan; Corporal, James Magee; Privates, Henry Bovey, 



APPENDIX. 527 

Samuel Reese, Thomas Bernard, William Evans, William Allen, 
James Neilson, Samuel Langsford. 

Capt. Anthony Waters, Richmond and Kings Cos. (Muster 
Roll, page 346); Sergeants, John Freedale, Thomas Ryan, Joseph 
Nesbitt ; Privates, Adam Hurst, Frederick Anderson, George 
Amust, Peter Keabler, Peter Showl, George Reed, Joseph Ferris, 
Frederick Femont, John O'Bryan, John McClair, George Finney, 
Joseph Rotenzur, James Davison, William Owens. 

Capt. Daniel Wright, Queens Co. (Muster Roll, page 352); 
Sergeants, David Stanley, Patrick McDaniel, Samuel Roberts, 
James Dougherty, Josiah Smith, Thomas Ryan; Corporals, John 
Vougue, John Barren, Thomas Smith; Privates, Richard Howard, 
Thomas Corley, Henry Birdsall, William Winton, Alexander Young, 
Isaiah Doughty, Samuel Reed. 

Capt. William Gilchrist, Westchester Co. (Muster Roll, page 
358); Sergeants, John Chandler, Isaac Sherwood, Joseph Pell; 
Private, Valentine Ryneck. 

Capt. John Van Vechten, Albany Co. (Muster Roll, page 362); 
Sergeants, John Fitzgerald, William Young, Edmond Stephens; 
Corporals, John Prime, John Chorbacker, John Boyd; Privates, 
Robert Meeker, William Mallory, Samuel Mallory, Eleazer Bixley, 
John Knapp, Anthony Wolf. 

Capt. Christopher Yates, Albany Co. (Muster Roll, page 368); 
Sergeant, Joseph Thurston; Corporals, James Man, George Russell; 
Privates, Richard Richter, Samuel Walker, Christopher Fisher, 
Philip Shoemaker, Robert Griffiths, John Moore, Aarent Spitson, 
Michael Uoran, Anthony Ure, Patrick McLaughlin, William Skey, 
Daniel Regan. 

Capt. Abraham De Forest, New York Co. (Muster Roll, page 
374): Sergeants, John Nowland, Thcmas Green, Joseph Noblit, 
James Welch; Corporals, Anthony Rose, Alexander Clark; Pri- 
vates, Cornelius Corson, Benjamin Frasier. 

Capt. Peter Harris, Dutchess Co. (Muster Roll, page 380); 
Sergeants, Abraham Swartwout, John Kean; Corporal, Benjamin 
Post; Drummer, David McCarthy; Privates, James Webb, Henry 
Randel, John Evans, Silas Tarbil, Justin Pettit, John Montgomery, 
Samuel Perry, Theodorus Crosby, Mungo Sango, William Tuttle, 
Edward Coffin, Nehemiah Bell, John Jordan, John Miller. 

Capt. Jesse Platt, Suffolk Co. (Muster Roll, page 384); Ser- 
geants, Peter Frazier, William Bruise, James Collins; Corporal, Ben- 
jamin Toms; Drummer, James Bohannon; Privates, William Han- 
son, William Holland. 

Capt. Jonathan Haight, Westchester Co. (Muster Roll, page 
386); Sergeant, Isaac Akerly; Corporal, Gilbert Travis; Privates, 



528 APPENDIX. 

Thomas Hughson, Ogilvie Drake, Samuel Hughson, Aaron Chatter- 
ton, John Donaldson, Jesse Arnold, Edward Dillon, John Boyer. 

Capt. Richard Rea, Albany, Ulster and Dutchess Cos. (Mus- 
ter Roll, page 392); Sergeants, James McCrindle, William Clark, 
Richard George, Obadiah Robbins; Corporal, William Whitehead; 
Privates, Michael Conner, Jeremiah McCartney, Peter Decker, 
William Philipse, Samuel Beatty. 

Capt. James Clinton, Ulster Co. (Muster Roll, page 398); Ser- 
geants, John Coulter, William Buchannan, James Dunlap, James 
Mclntire, Samuel Davis; Corporal, Duncan Campbell; Drummer, 
David Rogers; Privates, Jacobus Post, Henry Seise, William Bell, 
Archibald Hamilton, Charles McCallister. 

Capt. Peter Lent, Orange Co. (Muster Roll, page 402); Ser- 
geants, Edward Mason, John Sutton; Drummer, Matthias Nack; 
Privates, Peter Mclntire, Jacob Meese. 

Capt. Daniel Griffin, Suffolk Co. (Muster Roll, page 406); Ser- 
geants, Thomas Darby, Samuel Taylor; Corporal, Joseph Gibbs. 

Capt. George Dunbar, New York, Queens and W r estchester Cos. 
(Muster Roll, page 408) ; Sergeants, Hector McKenzie, James 
Sherar, John Kees ; Corporal, Francis Utt ; Privates, William 
Glassley, Walter Carroll, John Williams. 

Capt. Isaac Ter Bush, Dutchess Co. (Muster Roll, page 412) ; 
Sergeants, Phineus Woodward, William Ferguson : Corporal, John 
Schouten ; Privates, Solomon Schouten, Jacob Schouten, Lewis 
Croates, James Bush, John Evans, Michael Wager, John Connett, 
Solomon Tyler, Nehemiah Ewell, Lucas Luflowe, David Hammond. 

Capt. Francis Thodey, New York Co. (No Muster Roll) ; Ser- 
geants, William Bloomfield, Peter Riddock ; Corporals, John Cald- 
well, Richard Bradley ; Privates, Dennis Vanderlip, James Dublin, 
John Hewart, John Battershadwell, John Butler, Garret Waters, 
John Harris, John Court Webber, Daniel McLean, Daniel Hannion, 
George Hawkins, Johannes Slyter, James Randell, John Man, 
Rigmig Farerai, Adam Hooper, John Campbell, jun., George Har- 
bert, James Hogan, Roderick McKenzie, Jacob Miller, Michael 
Sickels, Daniel O'Bryan, Dennis Mahoney, Lawrence Oliver, Peter 
Jersey, George Low, George Askins, Abraham Van Arnem, John 
Van Dursen, John King, John Campbell, sen., Jeremiah Bohannon, 
Daniel Bradshaw, John Morris, James Jurner, John Forrester, 
James Keaton, Jury Walder, William Cumberford, Peter Farner, 
John McFarling, John Anderson, Peter Donlevy, William Hall, 
William Hunter, Henry Pruions, Daniel Simpkins, Samuel Reaves, 
John Seept, Thomas Kersey, Robert Cahill, Roger Monnagan, John 
Edwards, James Bedford, Alexander Quay, William Hunter. 

Capt. Cornelius Vanden Bergh, Albany Co. (No Muster Roll) ; 
Sergeant, Jason Hazard; Corporals, Robert Hyde, Thomas Judd ; 



APPENDIX. 529 

Privates* Michael Silk, Rowland McGill, John Clark, Francis Sew- 
erwax, Valentine Brown, Edward Ryan, Walter Michael John, 
Timothy Conner, John Morrison, Joseph Craft, Philip Boulton, 
Alderson Reagen. 



NAMES OF DECEASED SOLDIERS, 1756 TO 1762. WHOSE HEIRS 
RECEIVED THE PAY DUE THEM AT THE TIME OF THEIR 

DEATH. 

[From the Commissariat Accounts of John Cruger, Beverly 
Robinson and Peter Van Brugh Livingston,] 

1756 John Dun, John Myer, jun., Aaron Garrison, Joseph Pass- 
more, Jack, indian, John Cois, Jacob Robbins, Stephen Dillingham, 
J. Boy, Anmer, widow Christian. 

1757 Jeffrey Strong. 

1758 William Johnson, John Wright, Charles Roach, John Den- 
ton, Daniel Wood, William Depue, Jacob Brunkes, William Osburn, 
Albert A. Begun, Timothy Belding, Isaac Bodwin, John Banker, 
Henry VanTassell, Joseph Davis, David Blauvelt, John Bout, 
Stephen Bishop, Jonathan Hall, Isaac Hall, Solomon Wood, Samuel 
Scidmore, Henry Wilsie, Charles Lisk, Abraham Solomon, Nathan 
Bryant, James Van Tassell, Daniel Murphy, Isaac Powell. 

1759 John Fushey, Timothy Ketchum, John Bogert, William 
Brock, James Wood, Jonathan Ogden, John North, Samuel Lester, 
Isaac Secord, S. Van Tassell, John Stanley, Nehemiah Rockwell, 
Francis Weeks, widow Agnes, Bartholomew Hogeboom, John Van 
Cleeck, Simon Lane, Henry Miller, A. C. Vander Beek, Coenraet 
Vander Beek, Gelson Clap, Hendrick Fushee, Thomas Daton, Ezra 
Mead, Thomas Pawling, David Grey, Thomas Davis, James Waldron, 
David Blauvelt, William Tothill, Valentine Crup, Isaac Langdon, 
Zachariah Barber, Jonathan White, David Hammond, Joseph Wood, 
Samuel Peat, Jeremiah Ritchey, Samuel Hart, Jacob Burchell, 
Zachariah Roschsans, Thomas Andrews, Thomas Wait, Thomas 
Brown, Silas Johan, Christopher Brown, Ichabod Lane, James 
Brown, Elijah Baldwin, John Van Pelt, Volkert Somerdyck, William 
Tuthill, Benjamin Holmes, Bangham, John Cornelison. 

1760 Isaac Brotherton, jun., Benjamin Darling, Moses Cunning- 
ham, Phoenix Walton, Gabriel Odle, Elezear Yeomans, Cornelius 
Chatterton, David Taylor, William Wilsey, Caleb Lounsberry, Pettr 
Powell, John Cortright, Jeremiah Burch, Henry Jacobs, Joseph 
Patterson, Abraham F ravers, Richard Wilkenson, George Van Tas- 
sell, John Soa, James Rhody, William Ramsey, John Jenkins, Hugh 
Campbell, William Coates, William Kelly, Israel Jones, William 
Wilsey, Isaac Dyckman, Gilbert Concklin, John Ogden, Richard 
Blesett, Obadiah Hunt, William Russell, James Sands, William 

34 



53O APPENDIX. 

Atkins, James Sturdevent, John Austin, Eleazer Bailey, Jacob 
Barges, Samuel Hopkins, Solomon Cole, Richard March, Joseph 
Fushe, Daniel Fushe, Alexander Acker, John Haff, Henry Van 
Tassell alias De Witt, Thomas Armstrong, Reuben Penear, Thomas 
Sandford, Gideon Deolph, Gershom Mead, Ebenezer Brooks, Weart 
Green, Samuel Dickerson, Stephen Overton, James Scoffel, Joseph 
Fordham, Christopher Foster, Jonah Fordham, Stephen Hajnes, 
Thomas Fleming, Richard Salter, Joseph Williams, Gershom Clarke, 
Eliphalet Saterly, Teunis Cronkheyt, William Bone, Jeremiah 
Secord, John Howes, Benjamin Beamus, James Loveless, Isaac 
Wilcocks, Jeremiah Palmer, Jacob Pepper, Gideon Hollister, Samuel 
Nelson, Nathaniel Hollister, Shadrich Baker, Thomas Kelly, Thomas 
Bohanna, Chauncey Graham, chaplain, Lieut. Robert Trevis, Tobias 
Dickenson, William Turner, Silvanus Raynor, Michael Chadwick, 
Samuel Finch, John Tompkins, Joseph Chaplin, Silas Sears, Amos 
Lashin, John Rucketts, Daniel De Witt, John Decker, Samuel 
Stagg, Thomas Coffin, George Jones, Peter Button, Nathaniel Far- 
nell alias Hartwell, Jacob Van Tassell, Jeremiah Steenberg, Solomon 
Simons, Zacharis Snyder, Joseph Hagerman, Patrick De Witt, 
Jacob Ledeu, Timothy Yeomans, Cayranus Nuwcomb, Felix Lester, 
Christopher Smith, Peter Weaver, Daniel Welsh, Edward McDonald, 
William Crawford, Caleb Latting, William Tucker, John McDonald, 
Joshua Cole, Robert Boggs. 

1761 Edward Taylor, David Reese, George Sutton, Isaac 
Warner, William Parcells. 

1762 James Man, John Lummis, Patrick McClean, Alexander 
Taylor, John Sergeant, John Fleming, Samuel Oliver, Benjamin 
Sweezey, Justus Bailey, John Van Name, John Moore, Henry 
Birdsall, Thomas Adams, John Ambrose, James Dealy, Richard 
Brinckerhoff, Adam Bowman, Henry lago, Abraham Pillow, Wanico 
Francisco, James Canby. 



By the Honourable CADWALLADER GOLDEN, Esq; President of 
His Majesty's Council, and Commander in Chief of the 
Province of NEW-YORK, and the Territories depending 
thereon in America. 

A PROCLAMATION. 

WHEREAS this Government, from a dutiful Regard to His 
Majesty's just Expectations from this His loyal Colony, hath made 
Provision for raising, paying, and clothing One Thousand Seven 
Hundred and Eighty-seven effective Men, Officers included, to be 
employed in securing His Majesty's Conquests in N6rth-America, 
in such Manner as His Majesty's Commander in Chief in North- 
America shall judge most conducive to that important End. And 



APPENDIX. 531 

as an Encouragement to Persons to inlist voluntarily in the said 
Service, hath granted the Allowances following. 

To each able bodied Man entering voluntarily into the said 
Service the Sum of Fifteen Pounds, as a Gratuity for their volun- 
tary Inlistment. 

To each Officer, properly authorized to inlist Men, the Sum of 
Twenty Shillings for each able bodied Volunteer he shall inlist into 
the said Service. 

With the following Rates of Pay to the Non-Commission Officers 
and Men, vis. To Serjeants, One Shilling and Eight Pence, To 
Corporals and Drummers, One Shilling and Six Pence, And, to 
private Men, One Shilling and Three Pence per Day each. 

And to each Man the following Clothing ; One Hat, a Coat, a 
Pair of Buck-skin Breeches, two Shirts, two Pair of Stockings, two 
Pair of Shoes, and one Blanket. 

And as a farther Inducement, the Forces will be furnished with 
Tents, and all other Necessaries, for the Service in which they shall 
be employed. 

I have therefore thought fit, to notify the same by \\\\s Proclama- 
tion, earnestly inviting His Majesty's good Subjects cheerfully to 
inlist ; and promising to all those who shall inlist in this Service the 
Bounty, and other Encouragements before mentioned. 

GIVEN under my Hand and Seal at Fort-George, in the City of 
New- York, the Fourth Day of April, One Thousand Seven 
Hundred and Sixty One, in the First Year of the Jteign of our 
Sovereign Lord GEORGE the Third, by the Grace of GOD, of 
Great- Britain, France and Ireland. King, Defender of the 
Faith, &c. 

CADWALLADER GOLDEN. 
By His Honour's Command 
Gw. BANYAR, Dep. Secry. 

GOD SAVE THE KING. 



New York 13 April 1761 

Sir : It being absolutely necessary in order to expedite the raising 
of volunteers for the service of the present year, that the Militia in 
the several Counties should be drawn out, to give the officers who 
are authorized to inlist Men, an opportunity on such Occasions to 
engage what Men they can, And his Honour the President being 
indisposed and unable to signify his Orders On this head in the 
usual Form, I have received his Commands to acquaint you, that it 
is his Pleasure that you do forthwith issue your Orders to the several 
Captains in the Regiment under your Command to appear with their 
respective Companies at such time and Place as you shall appoint, 
either in single Companies or otherwise as you shall think best for 
the Service and most convenient to the Inhabitants of the several 
Towns, Precincts or Districts giving proper Notice of the time and 



532 APPENDIX. 

Place, and of the Company or Companies so appointed to appear, 
to the several officers who have the President's Warrants to raise 
Men in your County to the Intent that they may attend on every 
such occasion and that you repeat these orders and cause the com- 
panies to be drawn out when and as often as you shall think neces- 
sary and the service shall require until the whole number of Men to 
be raised in your County shall be completed. I am also to acquaint 
you that his Honour the President recommends that you yourself 
and that you will excite all officers under your Command to be 
active and diligent in forwarding the Levies by all means in your 
Power and to be aiding and assisting in this & all other respects to 
the officers nominated to command in the Provincial Forces, that 
his Majesty may not be disappointed in his just Expectations from 
this Colony which hath hitherto so greatly distinguished itself by 
their loyalty to their King and their Zeal for his Service. I am 
Sir &c. 

Gw. BANYAR. 
To the Justices of the Peace in Kings County. 



New York, April jo, 1761. Two Companies of the Men raising 
in this Province, for the ensuing Campaign, viz. Capt. Byrn's levyed 
in this City, and Capt. Water's levyed in Richmond and King's 
Counties, where they have got a considerable Number of Volun- 
teers, more than their Quota, are embarked on board Sloops ; and 
will proceed directly to Albany. The Quota of Levies for the City 
and County of New York is likewise very near compleat. 

N. Y. Gazette; or, The Weekly Post Boy, April jo, 1761. 



New York, August 20, 1761. On Monday morning last was found 
the Body of one Thomas McNeal, late a Lieutenant in the New 
York Provincials, having a Wife and Children, at the Fish Kills, 
within this Province. The Coroner's Inquest being summoned, 
and after sitting two Days, returned their Verdict, that on Friday 
Evening last, [Aug. 14.] the said Thomas McNeal, being a Luna- 
tick and Distracted, cast himself from the Battery into the North 
River, and was instantly drowned ; his Body was found near Stuy- 
vesant's Creek. 

N. Y. Gazette ; or, The Weekly Post Boy, Aug. 20, 1761. 



Deserted the roth of May, from Schenectady, from Capt. Barn- 
aby Byrn's Company of the First New York Regiment ; the follow- 
ing Persons, viz. Edward Hawkins, 24 years old. born in England, 
a barber, 5 feet 9, smooth fair face, fair complexion, light hair and 
brown eyes. David Herbert, aged 46, born in Ireland, a taylor, 5 
feet 8, fair complexion, light hair, grey eyes. Edward Chambers, 
aged 38, born in Wales, a marriner, 5 feet io, brown complexion, 
brown hair, grey eyes. 



APPENDIX. 533 

Who ever secures the above Deserters, so that they can be 
delivered to the Regiment, or brings them to John Cruger, Esq ; 
Mayor of this City, shall receive Ten Pounds Reward. 

The N. Y. Mercury, May 25, 1761. 



DESERTED FROM THE NEW-YORK REGIMENT, 1761. 

John Miller, aged 37, 5 feet i inch, brown complexion. 

Isaac Briggs, aged 21, 5 feet 7 inches, brown do. 

Stephen Warren, aged 22, 5 feet 10, sandy do. 

John Price, aged 18, 5 feet 7, brown do. 

Jonathan Dean, aged 18, 5 feet 7^, sandy do. 

Justus Golding, aged 19, 5 feet 8, light do. 

John Thompson, aged 28, 5 feet n, brown do. 

John Jones, aged 43, 5 feet 3, brown do. 

Edward Diver, aged 25, 5 feet 10, brown do. All of Capt. Gil- 
christs Company. 

David Cash, aged 18, 5 feet 9^, brown do. 

Thomas Wanser, aged 22, 6 feel i^, fair do. 

Alexander McGrisor, aged 24, 5 feet 6, brown do. Of Capt. 
Haight's Company. 

Joseph Meanderson, aged 23, 5 feet i, swarthy do. 

George Keys, aged 26, 5 feet 9, brown do. Of Capt. Waters' 
Company. 

Riging Farren, aged 26, 5 feet 2, swarthy do. 

Nicholas Colskin,aged 32, 5 feet 3, dark do. Of Capt. Thodey's 
Company. 

Owen Sullivan, aged 27, 5 feet 7, brown do. Of Capt. Wright's 
Company. 

Cornelius Clark, aged 23, 5 feet 7, light do. 

Joseph Story, aged 25, 5 feet 8, light do. 

John Donean, aged 27, 5 feet 9, light do. 

Hugh Rogers, aged 30, 5 feet 10, light do. 

John Shedman, aged 21, 5 feet 8, light do. 

Dennis Harrington, aged 41,5 feet 9, dark do. 

James Ferguson, aged 29, 5 feet 8, light do. Of Capt. Plait's 
Company. 

Who ever takes up and secures any of the aforesaid Deserters, so 
that the Officers may recover them, shall have Three Pounds Reward 
for each. The N. Y. Mercury, June 29, ij6i. 



By the Honourable CADWALLADER COLDEN, Esq ; His Majesty's 
Lieutenant Governor, and Commander in Chief of the Prov- 
ince of New York, and the Territories depending thereon in 
America. 

A PROCLAMATION. 

WHEREAS this Government, from a dutiful Regard to His 
Majesty's just Expectations of this His loyal Colony, hath made 



534 APPENDIX. 

Provision for raising, paying, and cloathing One Thousand Seven 
Hundred and Eighty-seven effective Men, Officers included, to be 
employed in securing His Majesty's Conquests in North-America, 
in such Manner as His Majesty's Commander in Chief in North 
America shall judge most conducive to that important End. And 
as an Encouragement to Persons to inlist voluntarily in the said 
Service, hath granted the Allowance following. 

To each able bodied Man entering voluntarily into the said 
Service, the Sum of Ten Pounds, as a Gratuity for their voluntary 
Inlistment. 

To each Officer, properly authorized to inlist Men, the Sum of 
Twenty Shillings for each able bodied Volunteer he shall inlist into 
the said Service. 

With the following Rates of Pay to the Non-Commissioned Offi- 
cers and Men, viz. To Serjeants, One Shilling and Eight Pence. 
To Corporals and Drummers, One Shilling and Six Pence, And to 
private Men, One Shilling and Three Pence per Day each. 

And to each Man the following Cloathing ; One Hat, a Coat, a 
Pair of Buckskin Breeches, two Shirts, two Pair of Stockings, two 
Pair of Shoes, and one Blanket. 

And as a further Inducement, the Forces will be furnished with 
Tents, and all other Necessaries, for the Service in which they shall 
be employed. 

I Have therefore thought fit to notify the same by this Proc- 
lamation, earnestly inviting His Majesty's good Subjects chear- 
fully to inlist ; and promising to all those who shall inlist in the 
Service, the Bounty and other Encouragements before mentioned. 

GIVEN under my Hand and Seal at Arms, at Fort- George, in the 
City of New-York, the Twentieth Day of March, 1762, in the 
Second Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE 
the THIRD, by the Grace of GOD of Great-Britain, France, 
and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &{. 

CADWALLADER GOLDEN. 

By His Honour's Command, 
Gw. BANYAR, Dep. Secr'y. 

GOD save the KING. 



By the Honorable CADWALLADER GOLDEN, Esq ; His Majesty's 
Lieutenant Governor, and Commander in Chief of the Prov- 
ince of A r <?w-York, and the Territories depending thereon in 
America. 

A PROCLAMATION. 

WHEREAS, It is highly essential to the Interests and Security of 
His Majesty's Subjects in North- America, that the Regular Regi- 
ments, serving there, be recruited with all convenient Expedition, 



APPENDIX. 535 

to their full Complement of Effectives ; a Service which the King 
having much at Heart, and seeing the Impracticability of accom- 
plishing it from Great Britain, considering how that Country is 
drained by the great Number of Men furnished for various Services 
in all Parts of the World ; His Majesty has been pleased to call on 
His faithful Colonies in North- America, to provide for the raising a 
Number of Recruits, sufficient to answer this desirable Purpose, by 
granting the same Levy Money to these, as shall be granted to the 
Troops in the Pay of the respective Provinces. In Consequence 
whereof, this His Majesty's Loyal Colony,, desirous to contribute 
every Thing in its Power to the farther Annoyance of the Enemy, 
hath by an Act passed in the present Session, directed the Treas- 
urer to pay to His Excellency Sir Jeffery Amherst, Commander in 
Chief of all His Majesty's Forces in North-America, the Sum of 
Four Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety Pounds, to be applied in 
His Majesty's Service. 

I Have therefore thought fit to issue this Proclamation, hereby 
earnestly inviting His Majesty's good Subjects chearfully to inlist ; 
and notifying, that towards raising the Number of Four Hundred 
and Seventy Nine Men, the Quota of this Province of such Recruits, 
there will be allowed out of the Monies granted as aforesaid, the 
Sum of Ten Pounds, as a Bounty to every able bodied Man, not 
under Eighteen, nor above Forty Years of Age, who shall inlist in 
His Majesty's Regular Forces in America, to serve during the War, 
or until the Regiments return to Europe ; and by the General and 
Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Forces, the additional Bounty 
of Five Pounds, current Money of New York ; to be paid at the 
Time each Volunteer shall be received and approved of, by the 
Officer whom the General shall appoint for that Purpose ; that all 
and every such Recruits will be cloathed, enter into immediate Pay 
and Subsistence, and at the Expiration of their Service as above- 
mentioned, be sent back to their respective Homes. And as an 
Encouragement to those Provincial Officers, who shall be author- 
ized to raise Recruits for this Service, to exert themselves therein 
with Alacrity, they will be intituled to the Reward of Forty S/ii/lings 
like Money, for every Man they shall inlist on the Conditions above 
expressed. 

GIVEN under my Hand and Seal at Arms at Fort-George, in the 
City of New York, the Twenty-third Day of March, 1762, 
in the Second Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord 
GEORGE the Third, by the Grace of GOD of Great-Britain, 
France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c. 

CADWALLADER GOLDEN. 
By His Honour's Command 

Gw. BANYAR, Dep-Sec'y. 

GOD Save the KING. 



536 APPENDIX. 

By the Honourable CADVVALLADER GOLDEN, Esq ; His Majesty's 
Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief of the Province 
of NEW-YORK, and the Territories depending thereon in 
America. 

HAVING received Information that the Inlistment of Volunteers 
to serve in the Forces in the Pay of this Colony, has been* greatly 
discouraged, from an Apprehension that they may be compelled to 
enter in the King's Regular Forces, and that such of them as are 
already or may be hereafter embarked, are to proceed on some 
Service from whence they will not speedily return : In order to 
remove such Prejudices, and the Obstruction that might arise 
thereby to the King's Service ; You are to make known to the 
Volunteers already inlisted, and to all Persons whom you shall 
endeavour to inlist in the Pay of this Province, that His Excellency Sir 
JEFFERY AMHERST, Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Forces, 
hath assured me the Provincial Troops of this Colony shall not by 
any Means be compelled to inlist in the Regular Service. Those 
who embark, amounting to Five Hundred and Fifty Three, shall, 
as soon as the Service they are destin'd for is effected, which can- 
not be of long Duration, immediately return to New- York : That 
the Remainder of the Troops of this Province are ordered to Albany. 
and from thence to Oswego, where they will be employed as last 
Year, unless other Services shall call them from thence : And that 
when the Campaign is over they will of Course be sent back to 
their Homes. 

You are also to notify, That the Troops who embark will receive 
an additional Bounty of forty Shillings alowed by the Province, as 
a farther Encouragement to induce them to go on that Service with 
Chearfulness and Alacrity. 

GIVEN under my If and at Fort George, in New-York, the Twenty- 
first Day of May, 1762. 

CADWALLADER GOLDEN. 
To Colonel Michael Thodey, 
Commanding Officer, and 
to all Officers authorized 
to inlist Volunteers to serve \ 
in the Forces in the Pay 
of the Colony of New- 
York. J 



New York n September 1762. 

Sir : Sir Jeffery Amherst having by his Letter to me of the 4th 
of last Month, made the like Requisition which he made the year 
past, of One hundred and seventy three Men, including a Captain 
and three Subaltern officers, for garisoning the several Posts during 
the succeeding Winter. And it being necessary that Measures 
should be taken for engaging the Men, even before the Meeting of 



APPENDIX. 537 

the General Assembly, his Majesty's Council, not doubting that 
they will readily comply with the Requisition, have advised me to 
issue the proper orders for this Service. 

You will therefore immediately inlist the Number of Men wanted 
to complete this Corps. They will besides their usual pay be enti- 
tled to the Bounty of forty shillings each and to the cloathing men- 
tioned in the Act of last year, of which I inclose an Extract for 
your information. The enlistments must be to the first of July 
next, and I shall give Directions to the Commissaries to provide 
the Cloathing in time to be sent up as early as the Season require, 
Assuring myself from your Zeal for the Service, that nothing will 
be wanting on your part to complete the Inlistments by the first of 
November. You will inform me in your next of the Names of the 
officers whom you think fit to recommend for this Corps, and send 
me returns of the Inlistments by every convenient opportunity that 
when complete I may provide for sending up the Bounty, I am &c. 

ROBERT MONCKTON. 

To Col. MICHAEL THODEY. Commanding the Forces in the Pay 
of the Province of New York, Oswego. 



Burnetsfield, February 12 1764. Deserted from Capt. John De 
Garmo's Company, John Cameron, born in the Highlands of Scot- 
land, speaks bad English, aged 32, short dark brown hair, smooth 
face, grey eyes, stout made, about 5 feet 5. Had on when he went 
away, his Regimental Coat, a Pair of Buckskin Breeches, and a 
white Flannel Waistcoat. Whoever will apprehend the above De- 
serter, and secure him in any of his Majesty's Gaols, and give notice 
to the Commanding Officer of the New York Troops, shall receive 
Forty Shillings Reward. 

JOHN DE GARMO, Captain. 
The N. Y. Mercury, March 12, 1764. 



DESERTED FROM THE NEW YORK TROOPS, COMMANDED BY 
MAJOR WILLIAM W. HOGAN, ESQ; AT SCHENECTADY. 

Of Capt. Richard Rea's Company. Abraham Suthard, aged 30, 
5 feet 10, born in New Jersey dark short hair. William Haislip, 
born, in Old England, 5 feet 8, light hair, blue eyes, round visage, 
fair complexion. John Steuart, born in Ireland, 5 feet 8, black 
hair, sore eyes, dark complexion, thin visage. Felix Qut'n, born in 
New England, 5 feet 9, sandy complexion, blue eyes. 

Of Capt. John Grant's Company. Peter Thorn, born in Dutchess 
Co. 5 feet 10, dark complexion, dark brown hair, blue eyes. 
Thomas Norton, mariner, 5 feet 9, born in Old England, brown 
hair and eyes, round visage. 

Of Capt. Henry Dawson's Company. John Falkner, born in Ire- 
land, 5 feet 7, brown complexion, dark brown hair, aged 25. 



538 APPENDIX. 

John Welsh, born in New York, 23 years, 5 feet 6, brown com- 
plexion, blue eyes, brown hair, a scar on his forehead. John 
Palmer, born in Old England, aged 30, 5 feet 8, dark hair and 
eyes. John Taylor, born in Ireland, aged 42, 5 feet 7, dark hair 
blue eyes. Roger Giddons, born in New Jersey, 5 feet 8, light hair 
blue eyes. 

Of Capt. Alexander White's Company. George Vardee, born in 
Old England, 5 feet 8, aged 25, fair, short dark brown curled hair. 
Thomas Jorden, born in Ireland, aged 37, 5 feet 10, curled wig, or 
short hair, a Ropemaker. Adam McCain, born in New York, 5 feet 
9, fair, blue eyes, short brown hair. Joseph White, born in Old 
France, 5 feet TO, dark complexion, black hair and eyes, speaks 
much on the French accent. Nicholas Curlee, born in Old France, 
5 feet 5. dark complexion, black hair and eyes, speaks much upon 
the French accent. Peter Denniston, born in Ireland, labourer, 

5 feet 8, fair ruddy complexion, short dark brown hair, blue 
eyes, round visage. Oliver Westover, blacksmith, born in New 
Jersey, 5 feet 9, fair complexion, short black hair, round visage, 
brown eyes. James Thompson, born in Old England, 5 feet 10, 
fair complexion, black hair and eyes, thin visage, a blemish in 
one of his eyes. 

Of Capt. John De Garmo's Company. John Grixin, aged 26, 
born in Old England. 5 feet 6, brown complexion, grey eyes, ligh- 
hair. James Annen, aged 19, born in New York, a Cooper, 5 feet 

6 fair, black hair and eyes. Peter McEntire, aged 20, born in Scott 
land, labourer, 5 feet 7, black hair, dark complexion, grey eyes. 
Henry Hazard f born in Ireland, 5 feet 5, dark brown hair, fair 
complexion, black eyes. John Chandler, born in England, black 
hair, dark complexion, black eyes. 

All the above Deserters had on when they went away their Regi- 
mentals. Any Person taking up any of them, and secures them in 
any of his Majesty's Gaols, shall receive from the Commanding 
Officer of New York Troops, Forty Shillings, Reward. 

The N. Y. Mercury, May 14, 1764. 



This is to give Notice, to all Officers and Soldiers belonging to 
the New York Regiment in the Year 1762, that were at the Reduc- 
tion of the Havannah, under the Command of Col. George Brew- 
erton ; That from certain Advice received from London lately, 
there are Powers agreeable to proper Forms, to be made out here, 
for the Recovery of the Prize Money due to such as are entitled to 
it ; and upon applying either to Col. Michael Thodey, or Col. George 
Brewerton in New York, they may be put into the proper Method 
for the Recovery of such Part as they shall respectively be entitled 
to. Those who are entitled from the Wills and Powers of the 
Deceased, in the first Division made of the Prize Money shared at the 
Havannah, and not receipted for by me, will likewise have a Form 



APPENDIX. 559 

given them, if they think the Expence will answer their Expecta- 
tions. GF.ORGE BRKWEKTON, jun. 

The N. Y. Mercury, May 21, 1764. 



DATE OF COMMISSIONS SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR. 

1755 Col. William Cockcroft June n, 1755 to command the 
New York Regiment in the expedition against Crown Point. 

Dr. Peter Middleton appointed June n, 1755 Surgeon to Col. 
Cockcroft's Regt. 

1756 Col. Thomas Ellison, Jan. 16, 1756 to command the 2d 
Regt. of Ulster Co. 

1756 Col. Johannes Hardenberg Jan. 16, 1756 to command ist 
Regt. of Ulster Co. 

1756 Col. Beamsley Glazier March 1756 to command the New 
York Forces. July 17 1756 to he Adjutant General of the Forces 
under the Command of Gen. Winslow. 

1756 Verdine Ellsworth July i 1756 to be Quarter Master of 
the Province Regt. of N. Y. 

1756 Joseph Anderson to be ist Lieut, in Capt. Conkling's 
Co. July 9 1756 in place of John Pierson deceased. 

1756 Nicholas Low to be ist Lieut, in Capt. Michael Thodey's 
Co. July 10 1756 in place of John Turk, deceased. 

1756 Richard Rea to be 2d Lieut, in Capt. Michael Thodey's 
Co. July i, 1756. 

1756 Elisha Abel to be 2d Lieut, in Capt. Jonathan Ogden's 
Co. July 30 1756. 

1756 Thomas Newman to be zd Lieut, in Capt. George Brew- 
erton's Co. July 31, 1756. 

Alexander Mills to be ist Lieut, in Capt. Reuben Smith's Co. 
July 31 1756. 

1757, August. George Brewerton, Capt. George Brewerton, 
Junr., Stephen Moore, Lieut's. New York. 

John McEvers, Capt. Thomas Mouncey, Tobias Van Zandt, 
Lieut's. New York. 

Peter Du Bois, Capt. Cornelius Duane, Isaac De Graun, Lieut's. 
New York. 

Francis Moore, Capt. Richard Smith, Richard Gatehouse, 
Lieut's. New York. 

Jonathan Ogden, Capt. Joseph Golding, Nathan Flint, Lieut's. 
Westchester Co. 

Jonathan Fowler, Capt. Abraham Storm, Robert Crawford, 
Lieut's. Westchester Co. 

John Ver Planck, Capt. Gabriel Dickinson, Jonathan Haight, 
Lieut's. Westchester Co. 

Reuben Lockwood, Capt. James Holmes, Joshua Bloomer, 
Lieut's. Westchester Co. 

John Peterson Smith, Capt. James Howell, Gilbert Brandner, 
Lieut's. Orange Co. 



54 APPENDIX. 

BOOK OF MILITARY APPOINTMENTS, &c., 1759, 1760, 1761. 
[Kept by John Godby.] 

April 2ist. Lieut. Mathew Ray left in the office (which he says 
was by the Governor's) directions the Quotas of the Men drafted 
from the following Regiments, Viz : 

From ist Regt. of Ulster County 128 

2d do 100 

Northern Regt. of Orange county 61 



283 

He likewise said the Governor had ordered a Commission to be 
filled up in his name as ist Lieut, of Capt. Van Bueren's Company 
to be posted on the Frontiers. 

April 23d. The Governor signed the following Commissions : 

Mathew Ray to be Lieut, of that Company in the Regiment, in 
the pay of the Province of New York, whereof Cornelius Van 
Bueren, Esqr. is Captain, dated 7 March 1759, delivered Lieut. Ray 
his Commission and swore him. 

Thomas Jones. One of the Surgeons of the Regt. in the pay 
of the Province of N. Y. whereof J. Johnston Esqr. is Col. 

Ralph. Norton, do. Delivered Mr. Jones his Commission and 
swore him. Dated 7 March 17^9- 

John Biggs Castrist. One of the Surgeons of do, same date. 

I went to the Mayor according to Mr. Banyar's direction and 
showed him the General's desire in Writing that the Governor 
would order the Troops to their Rendevous as soon as possible and 
told him it was the Governor's pleasure he should see the clothing 
etc. forwarded with the utmost dispatch so as to be ready to go to 
Albany when the first troops should go. He told me the clothing 
for the Troops at Albany were ready and the others completed to 
about 30 coats &c. he asked me if the Governor ordered me to show 
him that paper, I replyed no but Mr. Banyar, who had orders from 
the Governor to show it him, and to desire he would forward the 
Clothing. He said he would speak to the Governor about it. 

April 24th. Delivered Doctor Norton his Commission as one 
of the Surgeons &c. and swore him. Delivered Doctor Biggs 
Castrist his Commission and swore him. 

April 25th. Waited on the Governor with the Commission of 
Deputy Paymaster. The Governor said he would look over it and 
send it back. 

April 26th. The Governor signed the following Commissions, 
Viz: 

Cornelius Van Bueren Capt. Of the Company on the frontiers 
Jacob Rutse DeWitt, Lieut. Swore Capt. V. Bueren : but deliv- 
ered DeWitt's Commission to him who is to be sworn in the Coun- 
try. 



APPENDIX. 541 

James Clinton, Capt. Joseph Denton, Lieut. Peter Dumont : 
Lieut. These officers were sworn before me and delivered them 
their Commissions all dated 7 March 1759. 

April ijth. Delivered Col. Johnson his Commission and Quali- 
fied him 

The Governor signed a Commission to Peter DuBois, Esq. as 
Deputy Paymaster to the Forces of this Province. 

Thomas Osborn and Peter Lent Capt. James Howell's Lieu- 
tenants had their Commissions and were Qualified before me. 
Made out a Press Warrant for Major Thomas Ord Commanding 
officer of the Royal Artillery in the Department of the Province of 
New York to Impress Materials for Building, Artificers, Workmen, 
Labourers, Drivers of Waggons or other Carriages also Horses, 
Waggons, Carts or other Carriages. The warrant directed to Major 
Thomas Ord Commanding officer of the Royal Artillery in the 
Department of the Province of New York or the commanding 
officer thereof for the time being or his Deputy or Deputies and 
to all to whom &c. 

April 28th. Delivered Capt. James Howell his Commission and 
Qualified him. 

John Pawling, Capt. Peter Harris, Cornelius Radley, Lieuts. for 
Dutchess County. Gave Capt. Pawling his commission and Quali- 
fied him. Delivered him his 2d Lieut's Commission. 

Samuel Badgley, Capt. Lewis Delavergne, Robert Emory, Lieuts. 
for Dutchess County. Delivered, the Capt. his Commission and 
Qualified him. Gave his 2d Lieut's. Commission. 

Jacobus Swartwout, Capt. Reuben Beadle, Simon Caulkings, 
Lieuts. for Dutchess County. Delivered Capt. Swartwout his com- 
mission and Qualified him. Gave him his 2d Lieut's Commission. 
Richard Rea, Capt. Francis Beaty, Thomas McNeal, Lieuts. for 
Dutchess county. Gave the Capt. his Commission and Qualified 
him. Gave him his zd Lieut's Commission. 

Thomas Arrowsmith, Capt. Anthony W. Waters, Lieut, for 
Richmond Co. Delivered Capt. Arrowsmith's Commission and 
Qualified him. Gave Waters his Commission and Qualified him. 

Capt. Verdine Elsworth applied at 4 o'Clock to be Qualified, as 
it would take up a great deal of time and trouble to Qualify singly 
I refused to do it and told him as the rest of the N. Y. officers had 
not their Commissions it was best to Qualify them all together. He 
said the Governor had told him there was a Commission here for 
him which he came for and to be qualified. He went away dis- 
pleased. 

April joth. Richard Hewlet, Capt. Joseph Beadle, Michael 
Weeks, Lieut's for Queens County delivered Beadle his Commission. 
Qualified Weekes. 

Ephraim Morse, Capt. George Dunbar, Rulef Durye, Lieuts. for 
Queens county. Qualified Capt. Morse and his 2 Lieuts. Gave 
them their Commissions. 

Daniel Wright, Capt. Isaac Seaman, James Cassaty, Lieut's for 



54 2 APPENDIX. 

Queens County. Delivered him his Commission and Qualified him 
his 2 Lieut's Commissions remain in the office. 

I had forgot to give Capt. Arrowsmith the Receipts of McQuin 
and to tell him to stop 12 out of his Bounty. I inclosed the fol- 
lowing Receipts in a letter to him for the purpose and desired him 
to send them back indorsed to me. 

27 March 1759 Reed, of Abraham Polhemus 

in part of ^25 5 :o:o. 

1 April From Paul Amerman 3-'5:- 

2 From Barent Johnson 0:16:0; 

All signed Charles McQuin 

Delivered the Letter for Capt. Arrowsmith to Capt. Solomon 
Davis who promised to send it him as soon as he got to the Island. 
Qualified Captain Verdine Elsworth and delivered him his Com- 
mission. 

May ist. John Middagh and Isaac Middagh Lieut's For Kings 
County. Qualified them and delivered them their Commissions. 

The Governor Signed four Captains Commissions and Eight 
Lieut's. Commissions for the City and County of Albany which Col. 
Johnston is to carry with him this evening to Albany : all Blank. 

Made out a Commission for Isac Corsa Esq. Lieut. Col. of the 
first Battalion in the New York Regiment. Delivered this and the 
12 Blank Commissions for Albany to Col. Johnston : with a Card 
to Mr. Peter Dubois that he would fill them up and send the Names 
to the office. 

M'av $d. Richard Smith, Capt. Francis Thodey, Barnaby Byrn, 
Lieut's for New York, delivered Capt. Smith his Commission also 
his Lieut's. Qualified them yesterday. 

George Brewerton, Junr. Capt. John Visscher, Lieut, for New 
York, delivered Brewerton his Commission also his Lieut. Quali- 
fyed them yesterday. 

Tobias Van Zandt, Capt. Abraham Deforest, Peter Myer, Lieut's, 
for New York delivered Van Zandt his Commission and also his 
Lieut's. Qualified them yesterday. 

Joshua Bloomer, Capt. Henry Bayeux, Henry Bull, Lieut's, for 
Westchester Co. delivered Bloomer his Commission swore him, 
gave him Lieut. Bayeux's Commission who is to Qualify in the 
Country, delivered Lieut. Bull his Commission and Qualifyed him. 

William Gilchrist, Capt. Nathan Flint, Joseph Golding, Lieut's 
for Westchester Co. delivered Gilchrist his Commission swore him 
and gave him Lieut. Golding's Commission who is to qualify in the 
Country. Delivered Lieut. Flint his Commission and qualified him. 

James Holmes, Capt. Gilbert Willet, Silvanus Morton, Lieut's for 
Westchester Co. delivered Holmes his Commission swore him and 
gave him Lieut. Willet's Commission who is to Qualify in the Coun- 
try. Delivered Lieut. Horton his commission and Qualified him. 

Stephen Sayre, Capt. Elias Halsey Jonathan Baker Lieut's, for 



APPENDIX. 543 

Suffolk Co. delivered Sayre his Commission and Lieut. Baker and 
Qualified them. 

Gilbert Potter, Capt. Joseph Brewster, Jesse Platt, Lieut's for 
Suffolk Co. delivered Potter his Warrt. and Commission and quali- 
fied him. 

Barnabas Tuthill, Capt. Daniel Griffin. Daniel Goldsmith, Lieut's 
for Suffolk Co. delivered Tuthill his Warrt. & Commission and 
Qualified him. 

May 4th. Jonathan Haight, Capt. Robert Travis, Nathaniel Wyatt, 
Lieuts. for Westchester Co. delivered Capt. Haight his Commission 
also delivered him Lieut. Wyatt's Commission who is to Qualify in 
the county. Qualified Haight and Lieut. Travis gave Travis his 
Commission. 

The Governor signed a blank Commission for one of the Quar- 
ter-masters of the New York Regiment. 

Constant O'Brian. One of the Quartermasters of the same 
Regiment the Governor signed his Commission. 

May $th. Bartholomew LeRoux Colonel Commandant of 2d 
Battalion. Michael Thodey Lieut. Colonel of the same Batalion. 
Gave these gentlemen their Commissions and Qualified them. The 
Governor signed a Commission for Myndert Rooseboom to be one 
of the Majors to the regiments, also a Blank Major's Commission. 
The Governor signed a Press Warrant to Capt. Richard Smith to 
Impress Vessels to Carry the Levies to Albany. 

May 7th. Mr. Banyar sent Major Rooseboome's Commission to 
Albany in a letter to Colonel Johnston. 

May yth. Warrant to the Field officers for their allowance for 
tables and Camp necessaries : signed, gave the warrant to Colo. Le- 
Roux. Delivered Quarter-Master O'Brian's Commission to Col. 
Thodey. 

May loth. Delivered Lieut. Robert Crawford his Commission 
and Qualified him. 

May nth. Lieut's Daniel Goldsmith, Daniel Griffin, Elias Hal- 
sey, Joseph Brewster of Suffolk County, gave these officers their 
Commissions and Qualified them. Lieut. Platt remains at Hunting- 
ton with about 40 men who are sick with the Measels. 

May I4th. Lieut's Michael Weekes, Isaac Seaman, James Casaty. 
Gave these officers their Commissions and Qualified them. Capt. 
Hewlet sick. 

Filled up four blank Captain's Commissions and two blank 
Major's Commissions and one that was left blank and signed in the 
office and one sent to Albany to Rooseboom, make in the whole 4 
Major's Commissions. Mr. Banyar takes the Blank Commissions 
out with him to the Governor's to be signed. George Brewerton 
Junr. one of the Majors, to receive Pay from the delivery of the 
Commission. William M. Hogan one of the Majors 10 receive Pay 
from the day Colonel Johnston engaged him. John Van Veghten 
Captain the room of Major Brewerton, Pay from day Major Brewer- 
ton receives Major's pay. Philip Lansingh Captain in the room of 



544 APPENDIX. 

Major Roseboom. Pay from the day he engaged with Col. John- 
ston. A Blank Commission for a Captain. Colonel Thodey car- 
ried the above Commissions with him to Albany : the other blank 
for a Captain not signed. 

Memorandum Albany to the half Moon 12 m. Water Car- 
riage. From Half Moon to Stillwater 12 m. Land Carriage unless 
waters high. From Stillwater to Saraghtoga 14 miles water. From 
Saraghtoga to the little carrying Place 4 miles. Generally water 
Carriage some times by Land to Fort Miller. From Fort Miller 
to Fort Edward 12 Miles Water Carriage. At any Season a Fall 
Obliges them to ride one mile Southward of Stillwater. 

May i6th. Minnah Burger one of Elsworth's Lieut's, gave him 
his Commission and qualified him. 

May joth. Jesse Platt, Lieut, in Captain Potter's Company was 
this day Qualified and reed, his Commission he brought with him 38 
Men left at Huntington sick, there were 40. One dyed and one 
gave him as he says the Slip. 

May jfst. Lieut. Joseph Haight : Received this day his Com- 
mission and was Qualified. 

June jth. Filled up three Blank Commissions, one Captain and 
two Lieutenants. 

June 1 2th. Capt. Richard Hewlet, Received his Commission 
and was Qualified. 

June i^th. Gave Jonathan Wheeler who goes express to carry 
the Long Island Members the Circular Letters. Suffolk County's 
Members Queens and Lotts for Kings ; kept Schenck to be 
delivered by me, also gave him Westchester Members to be left 
at the Governor's. 

Christopher Yates Captains the New York Provincial Regiment ; 
(the Company at Oswego) 

1760 

May 8th. Cornelius Wynkoop, Capt. John Cantyon Jur., Gar- 
ret Broadhead of Ulster, Lieut's, of the 2d Regiment. 

May gth. George Dunbar, Capt. John Pettit, Barrack Snethen 
Lieut's, of Queens 2d Regt. 

May loth. Jonathan Baker, Capt. Stephen Pearce, Benjamin 
Willson Lieut's. Suffolk Co. 2d Regt. 

Jesse Platt, Capt. Nathaniel Satterley, Jonathan Davis Lieut's, 
of Suffolk Co. 

Israel Horton, Capt. Daniel Griffin, Thomas Veal Lieut's for 
Suffolk Co. 

James Clinton, Capt. George Clinton, Isaiah Purdy Lieut's, for 
Ulster, 2d Regt. 

Ephraim Morse, Capt. Roeloff Durye, Abraham Remsen Lieut's, 
for Queens Co. 

May I2th. Daniel Wright, Capt. Edward Burk, John Dean 
Lieut's for Queens Co. 



APPENDIX. 545 

Barnaby Byrn, Capt. William Cox, James Farlie Lieut's, for 
New York, ist Regt. 

Nathaniel Hubbell, Capt. John Fisher, Alexander White Lieut's 
for New York, ist Regt. 

Abraham Deforest, Capt. Constant O'Brian, Nicholas Becker 
Lieut's, for New York. 

May isth. Isaac Middagh, Capt. John Nisbet, Lieut, for Kings 
Co. 

Thomas Jones, Surgeon 2d Regiment John Constable Surgeon 
ist Regiment Alexander Campbell 3d Regiment. 

George Brewerton Junr. Lieut. Col. of the ist Regt. 

Anthony Waters, Capt. Nathaniel Milliard, Lieut, for Richmond 
Co. 

May idth. Goose Van Schaick, Lieut. Col. of the zd Regt. 
whereof Isaac Corsa Esq. is Col. Myndert Roseboom, Lieut. Col. 
the Third Regiment. 

Jacobus Swartwout, Capt. Nicholas Emanuel Gabriel, Isaac Bush, 
Lieut's, for Dutchess Co. 3d. Regt. 

Richard Rea, Capt. John Cannon, Samuel Terry Lieut's. Dutch- 
ess Co. 

Peter Harris, Capt. Joseph Powell, Isaac Conckling Lieut's, for 
Dutchess Co. 

John Van Ness, Capt. Samuel Whelpley, Simeon Barber, 
Lieut's, for Dutchess Co. 

Joseph Bull, Lieut, of a Company in the ad Regt. Bartholomew 
LeRoux Colonel of the ist Regt. Isaac Corsa Colonel of the zd 
Regt. Blank Commission for Major in the 2d Regiment sent to 
Oliver DeLancey Esq. at Albany. 

William Gilchrist, Capt. Ambrose Horton, John Harris, Lieut's, 
for Westchester Co. 

Gilbert Willet, Capt. Silvanus Horton, John Bostwick Lieut's, 
for Westchester Co. 

May ifth. Jonathan Haight, Capt. Robert Travis, Jonathan 
Miller Lieut's, for Westchester Co. 

Henry Bayeaux, Capt. Richard Smith, Peter Martling Lieut's, 
for Westchester Co. 

Joshua Bloomer, Esq. Major of the First Regiment. 

Nathaniel Woodhull, Esq. to be Colonel of the Third Regi- 
ment. 

Rev. Chauncey Graham [and Rev. Elihu Spencer] Chaplains of 
the Forces in the pay of the Province of New York Commissions 
dated 15 April 1760. 

May 2jd. James Howell, Capt. Alexander Johnson, Abraham 
Thew Lieut's, for Orange Co. ist Regt. 

Sent by the Post yesterday to Mr. Peter DuBois four Captains 
and eight Lieut's. Commission Blanks for Albany, to be filled up 
by him according to the muster rolls. 

June ijth. Francis I'hodey, Capt. Peter Meyer, Joseph 
Haight, Lieut's, additional Company. 

35 



546 APPENDIX. 

Stephen Schuyler. Capt. Barent Jacob Ten Eyck, Peter B. Vroo- 
nian, Lieut's, for Albany, 3d Regt. 

John VanVeghten, Capt. Cornelius Van Denbergh, John De 
Garrao, Junr. Lieut's, for Albany, 3d Regt. 

Peter Bain, Capt. John Rutgerse Hansen, Cornelius Van Dyck 
Lieut's, for Albany, 3d Regt. 

Christopher Yates, Capt. Myndert Wempel, John Bradt, Lieut's 
for Albany, 3d Regt. 

All Commissions for 1760, dated 22d March 1760, except Sur- 
geons and Chaplains. 

COMMISSIONS ISSUED FOR THE PROVINCIAL REGIMENTS. 
Dated April 6, 1761. 

Col. Michael Thodey Lieut. Col. Goose Van Schaack Major 
William Hogan of the First Regiment of the Forces raised or to be 
raised in the Pay of the Province of New York. 

Col. George Brewerton Lieut. Col. Myndert Roseboom Major 
Joshua Bloomer of the Second Regt. 

Dr. John Constable Surgeon of the First Regt. 

Dr. Thomas Jones Surgeon of the Second Regt. 

Rev. Benjamin Concklin Chaplain. 

Barnaby Byrn Capt. Henry Dawson, Caleb Ogden Lieut's, of 
a Company in the First Regt. 

Anthony Waters Capt. John Nisbet, John Grant Lieut's, of a 
Company in the Second Regt. 

Francis Thodey Capt. Nathl. Hillyer, Patrick Welch Lieut's, of 
a Company in the First Regt. 

William Gilchrist Capt. Peter Martling, John Bostwick Lieut's, 
of a company in the Second Regt. 

Abraham Deforest Capt. John Visscher, Floyd Stevenson Lieut's 
of a Company in the First Regt. 

Christopher Yates Capt. Cornelius VanDyck, Barent Jacob Ten 
Eyck Lieut's, of a company in the Second Regt. 

John VanVeghten Capt. Tunis Vrooman, John DeGarmo Lieut's, 
of a company in the Second Regt. 

Cornelius Van Denbergh Capt. John B. Miller, John Reugert 
Hanson Lieut's, of a company in the Second Regt. 

Peter Harris Capt. Simon Barber, Hobart Stoutenburgh Lieut's, 
of a company in the Second Regt. 

Jonathan Haight Capt. Benjamin Stevenson, Richard Hughson 
Lieut's, of a Company in the Second Regt. 

James Clinton Capt. William Stewart, Hendrick Sleght Lieut's, 
of a company in the First Regt. 

Richard Rea Capt. Derick Wynkoop, John H. Sleght Lieut's of 
a company in the First Regt. 

Peter Lent Capt. Samuel Gale, Anthony Broderick Lieut's, of 
a Company in the First Regt. 



APPENDIX. 547 

Jesse Plait Capt. Daniel Rose Lieut, of a Company in the 
Second Regt. 

Daniel Griffin ('apt. Abraham Dayton Lieut, of a Company in 
the First Regt. 

George Dunbar Capt. Barah Snethen, Ambrose Horton Lieut's, 
of a Company in the First Regt. 

Isaac Ter Bush Capt. Tunis Corsa, Samuel \Vhelpley Lieut's, of 
a Company in the Second Regt. 

COMMISSIONS DATED OCT. 8, 1761. 

William Hogan Capt. Patrick Welch, Henry Davvson, John Han- 
son Lieut's, of the company to be retained in the pay of this prov- 
ince from the first day of November next to the first day of July 
1762 whereof William Hogan Ksqr. is Captain. 



WARRANTS ISSUED TO CAPTAINS FOR BOUNTY AND ENLISTINC. 

MONEY. 

1758, May i. 

To Capt. Stephen Nottingham for ^1,392, bounty for 127 men, 
first regiment of Ulster Co. 

Capt. Jonathan Fowler, .1,300, bounty for 120 men, Westches- 
ter Co. 

Capt. Jonathan Ogden, .655 bounty for 60 men Westchester 
Co. 

Capt. Ebenezer Seeley, .1,067, bounty for 99 men, second regi- 
ment, Ulster Co. 

Capt. Samuel Badgley, .981, bounty for 91 men. Dutchess Co. 

Capt. John Peterson Smith, ; 1,344, bounty for 124 men, 
Orange Co. 

Capt. John McEvers, .996, bounty for 99 men, City of New 
York. 

Capt. Joseph Cram, ,1,117, bounty for 94 men, Dutchess Co. 

Capt. Johannes Snedeker, for the use of Capt. John Anson 
Smith, .142, bounty for 14 men Orange Co. 

Capt. Thomas Terry, .752, bounty for 70 men Suffolk Co. 

Capt. Thomas Williams, .1,081, bounty for 99 men Queens 
Co. 

C-ipt. Goose Van Schaick, .991, bounty for 95 men, Albany. 

Capt. Peter Conyn. .1,035 bounty for 95 men, Albany. 

Capt. Guy Johnson, .951 bounty for 89 men, Albany. 

Capt. Richard Hewlet _io bounty for one man, part of the 
quota of Queens Co, 

Capt. Peter Stuyvesant, .1,018, bounty for 95 men Queens Co. 



548 APPENDIX. 

Capt. Reuben Lockwood, .1,121 bounty for 103 men, West- 
chester Co. 

Capt. John Ver Plank, .1,055 bounty for 99 men Westches- 
ter Co. 

Peter Du Bois, .666 bounty for 62 men, Kings Co. 

Capt. William Humphrey ,1,040 bounty for 95 men Dutch* 
ess Co. 

Capt. John Pawling, .1,042 bounty for 95 men Dutchess Co. 

Capt. George Brewerton, ,1,006, bounty for 93 men, New York 
City. 

Capt. Francis Moore, ,1,050 bounty for 98 men New York 
City. 

Capt. Thomas Arrowsmith, ,571 bounty for 53 men, Rich- 
mond Co. 

Lieut. James Smith ,1,229 bounty for 160 men Suffolk Co. 

Capt. Elias Hand .993 bounty for 93 men Suffolk Co. 

Warrant for .903 bounty on 85 men Queens Co. 

Capt. Luycas Van Veghten ,746, for 76 men Albany Co. 

Capt. Peter Yates^87o, bounty 84 men, Albany. 

Capt. Jonathan Ogden, ;&2O, bounty for two men. 

1759, April 26. 

Capt. Cornelius Van Bueren .965 for 90 men, also .1,072 for 
67 men, the quota of first regiment Ulster Co. 

Capt. James Clinton ,1,024 for 6 4 men for quota of second 
regiment Ulster Co. 

Capt. James Howell ,1,939 bounty for 122 men Orange Co. 

Capt. Jacobus Swartwout ,1,872, bounty for 117 men Dutch- 
ess Co. 

Capt. Richard Rea;i,i68, bounty for 73 men Dutchess Co. 

Capt. Samuel Badgley .1,104, bounty for 69 men, Dutchess 
Co. 

Capt. John Pawling, ; 1,760, bounty for no men Dutchess Co. 

Capt. Thomas Arrowsmith, .784 bounty for 49 men, Richmond 
Co. 

Capt. Richard Hewlet, .1,013 bounty for 64 men Queens Co. 

Capt. Daniel Wright .2,048 bounty for 129 men Queens Co. 

Capt. Ephraim Morse, ,1,543 bounty for 97 men, O_ueens Co. 

Lieut. John Middagh ,1,040, bounty for 65 men Kings Co. 

Capt. Gilbert Potter, .1,792 bounty for 113 men, Suffolk Co. 

Capt. Barnabas Tuthill, ,1,057 bounty for 67 men, Suffolk Co. 

Capt. Stephen Sayre, ^1,452 bounty for 91 men, Suffolk Co. 

Capt. William Gilchrist, ,1,446, bounty for 91 men, West- 
chester Co. 

Capt. Joshua Bloomer, .1,462 bounty for 92 men Westchester 
Co. 

Capt. James Holmes ^1,154 bounty for 73 men Westchester 
Co. 



APPENDIX. 549 

Capt. Richard Smith, .1,523 bounty for 98 men New York. 

Capt. George Brewerton, jun. .1,592, bounty for 101 men, 
New York. 

Capt. Tobias Van Zandt, .1,592 bounty for 102 men, New 
York. 

Capt. Jonathan Haight, "1,487 bounty for 95 men Manor of 
Cortlandt, Westchester Co. 

Capt. Myndert Roseboom, ,1,767 bounty for 1 1 1 men, Albany. 

Capt. Goose Van Schaick, .1,520 bounty for 95 men, Albany. 

Capt. Peter Conyn, .1,344 bounty for 84 men Albany. 

Capt. Heinrich Hercheimer ,1,139 bounty for 72 men, Al- 
bany Co. 

Capt. Verdine Elsworth, .958, bounty for 35 men. 

Warrant to Colonels-in-chief, for "100; to Colonels-Command- 
ant, .75 each ; lieutenant-colonels, .50 each ; to Majors ,40 
each, to furnish their respective tables. 

Capt. Verdine Elsworth May 31 ,560, bounty for 35 men, ad- 
ditional Company. 

Capt. Verdine Elsworth, June i 2 .368 bounty for 23 men. 

1760, May 7. 

Capt. Cornelius Wynkoop, "1,840 bounty for 115 men Ulster 
Co. 

Capt. George Dunbar ,1,168 bounty for 73 men Queens Co. 

Capt. Jonathan Baker "1,432 bounty for 92 men Suffolk Co. 

Capt. Jesse Platt ,1,811, bounty for 114 men Suffolk Co. 

Capt. Israel Horton, . 1,166 bounty for 74 men, Suffolk Co. 

Capt. James Clinton .1.664 bounty for 104 men Ulster Co. 

Capt. Ephraim Morse ^1,755, bounty for no men Queens Co. 

Capt. Daniel Wright .1,702 bounty for 107 men, Queens Co. 

Capt. Barnaby Byrn, 2 1,488 bounty for 93 men New York. 

Capt. Nathaniel Hubbell .1,680 bounty for 105 men, New 
York. 

Capt. Abraham De Forest .1,632, bounty for 102 men New 
York. 

Capt. Isaac Middagh .1,056 bounty for 66 men Kings Co. 

Capt. Anthony Waters, .784 bounty for 49 men Richmond 
Co. 

Capt. Jacobus Swartwout ,1.568, bounty 98 men. DutchessCo. 

Capt. Richard Rea, .1,488, bounty for 93 men, Dutchess Co. 

Capt. Peter Harris, .1,664 bounty for 104 men, Dutchess Co. 

Capt. John Van Ness, ^1,040 bounty for 65 men Dutchess Co. 

Capt. William Gilchrist .1,392, bounty for 87 men, Westches- 
ter Co. 

Capt. Joshua Bloomer, .1,472, bounty for 92 men, Westches- 
ter Co. 

Capt. Jonathan Haight .1,104 bounty for 69 men, Westches- 
ter Co. 



55O APPENDIX. 

Capt. Henry Bayeux ,1,232, bounty for 77 men, Westchester 
Co. 

Capt. James Howell .1,936, bounty for 121 men, Orange Co. 

Capt. Francis Thodey "1,120, bounty for 70 men additional 
Company, New York. 

Capt. Stephen Schuyler "1,663, bounty lor 107 men, Albany. 

Capt. John Van Vechten .1,537, bounty for 98 men, Albany. 

Capt. Peter Bain, "1,444 bounty for 93 men, Albany. 

Capt. Christopher Yates 1,532, bounty for 98 men, Albany. 

1761, April ii and 24. 

Capt. Barnaby Byrn ,1,552 bounty for 97 men, New York. 

Capt. Anthony Waters 1,584 bounty for 99 men Richmond 
Co. 

Capt. Francis Thodey ,1,552 bounty for 97 men New York. 

Capt. William Gilchrist, "1,440, bounty for 90 men, Westches- 
ter Co. 

Capt. Daniel Wright "1,472 bounty for 92 men Queens Co. 

Capt. Abraham De Forest ,1,808 bounty for 113 men New 
York. 

Capt. John Van Veghten ,1,360, bounty for 85 men Albany. 

Capt. Peter Harris, "1,504 bounty for 94 men Dutchess Co. 

Capt. Jonathan Haight "1,504, bounty for 94 men Westches- 
ter Co. 

Capt. Richard Rea ^1,472 bounty for 92 men Ulster Co. 

Capt. Peter Lent, "1,088 bounty for 68 men, Orange Co. 

Capt. James Clinton "1,472 bounty for 92 men Ulster Co. 

Capt. Jesse Platt, ,960 bounty for 60 men Suffolk Co. 

Capt. Daniel Griffin .576 bounty for 36 men Suffolk Co. 

Capt. George Dunbar ,992 bounty 62 men, Queens Co. 

Capt. Cornelius Van Denbergh "1,040, bounty for 65 men Al- 
bany Co. 

Capt. Isaac Terbush, ^1,264 bounty for 79 men, Dutchess Co. 

Capt. Christopher Yates .',792, bounty for 112 men, Albany. 

1762, April, June, July, August. 

Col. Michael Thodey April 19 ,825 bounty for 75 men for 
Ulster, Dutchess and Orange Go's. 

Capt. Barnaby Byrn ,198 bounty for 18 men Queens and 
Richmond Co's. 

Capt. Barrack Snethen"no bounty for 10 men, New York. 

Capt. Jonathan Haight, "1,188 bounty for 108 men Westches- 
ter Co. 

Capt. Peter Harris ,726 bounty for 76 men Dutchess Co. 

Capt. Abraham De Forest "517 bounty for 44 men New York 
and Westchester Co's. 



APPENDIX. 551 

Capt. John Grant, .957 bounty for 87 men King's and Queens 
Go's. 

Capt. Francis Thodey ,1,265, bounty for 115 men, New York. 

Capt. Isaac Terbush June 21 .528 bounty for 48 men Dutchess 
Co. 

Capt. Richard Rea ^880, bounty for 80 men, Albany, Ulster 
and Dutchess Co's. 

Capt. Benjamin Stevens June 23 ^286, bounty for 26 men 
Westchester Co. 

Capt. James Clinton June 24 495 bounty for 45 men Ulster 
Co. 

Capt. Peter Lent .539 bounty for 49 men Orange Co. 

Capt. Anthony Waters June 28 ,308 bounty for 28 men 
Richmond Co. 

Capt. Timothy Northam of Conn. June 29 ^253, bounty for 
23 men. 

Capt. Daniel Griffin July 2 ^649, bounty for 59 men, Suffolk 
Co. 

Warrant Aug 18, for .3,201 bounty money for Capts. Ter- 
bush, Rea, Stevenson, Griffing, Van Denbergh, Van Dyck, De 
Garmo, Vischer and Senethen's Companies. 

Capt. Timothy Northam of Conn. Aug. 19 ^374 bounty for 
34 men. 



INDEX. 



Aanee. Peter, ago. 

A.in v, James, 274. 

Abater, John, 238. 

Abbe, John, 16. 

Abbot, Stephen, 126. 

Abbot, Timothy, 194. 

Abeel. Capt. David, 167, 175, 303. 

Abeel, Lieut. Elisha, 539. 

Abernethy, John, 366. 

Abeylable, William, indian, 134. 

Able, John, 250. 

Abner, Stephen, indian, 236, 386. 

Abrahams, Solomon, indian, 68. 

Acker, Abraham, 458. 

Acker, Alexander, 530. 

Acker, Capt.. 275. 

Acker, Gabriel. 278. 

Acker, Jacob, 86. 

Acker, James. 278. 

Ackerman, Abraham, 334. 

Ackerson, Cornelius, 87. 

Ackerson, Johannes, 34, 39. 

Ackerson, John, 458. 

Ackerson, Thomas, 402. 

Ackert, Stevanus, 396. 

Ackler, Augustus, 72, 152. 

Ackler, James, 390. 

Ackley, George, 7, 8, 34, 39. 

Adair, William, 64. 

Adam, George, 182. 

Adams, Edward, 132. 

Adams, Gilbert, 72, 178, 310. 

Adams, Jesse, 188. 

Adams. John, 6, 34, 496. 

Adams, Joseph, 525. 

Adams, Matthew, 486. 

Adams, Samuel, indian, 478. 

Adams, Thomas, 302, 434, 530. 

Addey, Odit, 366. 

Addic, Asie, 280. 

Addison, James, 216, 444. 

AddUon, William, 464. 

Adelphis, Augustine. 338. 

Adgett, Joel, 180, 358. 

Adlington, Daniel, 133, 480. 

Admant, John, 142. 

Adrian, Sybrant, 172. 

Advance. David, 276. 

Aft, George, 212. 



Agen, Bernard. 222, 356. 

Agen, Henry, 222. 

Agen, Timothy, 9, 24, 45. 

Agnew, Henry, 116, 118. 

Akerly, Arthur, 196. 470, 498. 

Akerly, Benjamin, 20, 57, 106, 182. 

Akerly, Isaac, 96, 176, 390, 432, 527. 

Akerly, Jacob, IOO. 

Akerly, John, 324. 

Akerly, Joseph, 98, 100, 176. 

Akerly, Moses, 102, 314. 

Akerly, Nathaniel, 126. 

Akerly, Samuel, 434. 

Akerly, Timothy, 156. 

Akerson, Johannes, 86. 

Akinson, James, 476. 

Alaban, Nathan, 125, 196, 240. 

Alaban, William, 127. 

Albany County, muster rolls of troops 
from, 1755, i, 2, 6, 10, 21, 29, 33, 35, 
39, 41, 43, 46, 47 ; 1756, 51. 52 ; 
1760, 248, 272, 278, 288, 525 ; 1761, 
362, 368, 393. 416, 527, 528 ; 1762, 
424, 436. 448, 454, 474 ; 1764, 490, 
492 ; militia ordered into service, 
505, 506, 508, 509, 517, 519 ; officers 
commissioned for. 472, 540, 542, 
546 ; warrants to pay bounty and en- 
listment money, 547, 548, 549, 550, 

551- 

Albert, Francis Godfrey, 296. 
Albert, John, 346. 
Alberton, George, 51. 
Albrrcht, George, 3, 12. 21, 35, 37, 41, 

46. 

Albrecht, Joachim, 364. 
Alderman. William, 238. 
Aldrich, Richard, 476. 
Aldridge, Daniel, 18. 
Alegar, James, 57. 
Alexander, Robert, 494. 
Algeo, Lieut. William, 60. 
Alger, Adam, 242, 350. 
Alkason, James, 64. 
Allaire, Thomas, 82. 
Allbritain, Joakim. 144. 
Allen, Abraham, 70. 
Allen, Alexander, 474. 
Allen, Amos, no, 268. 



554 



INDEX. 



Allen, Daniel, no, 264. 

Allen, Ebenezer, 414. 

Allen, James, go, 442. 

Allen, John, 276. 

Allen, Joseph, 234. 

Allen, Michael, 196. 

Alien, Moses, no. 

Allen, Samuel, 100. 

Allen, William, 112, 146, 448, 527. 

Allen, Zachry, 66, 76. 

Alley. Elias, 82. 

Alley, William, 82. 

Allison, Aaron, 132. 

Allison, William, 88. 

Allpeen, Giles, 480. 

Allsworth, James, 254. 

Almond, Thomas, 368. 

Alstyne, Abraham, 116. 

Alstyne, James, 394. 

Althuysen, Johannes, 3, 12, 21, 35, 37, 

42. 

Ambler, John, 94. 
Ambler, Jonathan, 176, 314, 434. 
Ambrose, John, 530. 
Amerman, Christopher, 342. 
Amerman, Dirck, 120. 
Amerman, Paul, 542. 
Ames, John, 270. 
Ames, Simeon, 210. 
Amey, Isaac, 94, 216. 
Amherst, Gen. Jeffery, 535, 536. 
Amory, Captain, 337. 
Amos, George, 527. 
Amos, Job, 16. 
Anderson, Alexander, i. 
Anderson, Andrew, 348. 
Anderson. Christopher, 166. 
Anderson, Dennis, 376. 
Anderson, Edward, 364, 368. 
Anderson, Frederick, 527. 
Anderson, George, 132, 280, 414. 
Anderson, James, 84, 276. 
Anderson, John, 133, 2-|2, 294,304, 

360, 396. 422, 480, 528. 
Anderson, Joseph, 318. 360. 
Anderson, Lieut. Joseph, 539. 
Anderson, Robert, 366. 
Anderson, Thomas, 348, 354, 370, 440. 
Anderson, William, 246, 394, 456. 
Andreas, Thomas, 182. 
Andrews, Frederick, 224. 
Andrews, John, 170. 
Andrews, Obadiah, 478. 
Andrews, Richard, 216. 
Andrews, Thomas, 98, 314, 529. 
Andrews, William, 492. 
Andrews, Zophar, 478. 
Andries, Andries, 172, 226. 
Andriese, John, 30, 272. 
Androvette, Andrew, 166. 



Andrus, Edmund, 196. 

Andrus, Ephraim, 27, 48. 

Andrus, John, 4, 27. 

Andrus, Nathan, 4, 27, 48. 

Angevome, Gilbert, 182. 

Anmer, Christian, 529. 

Annen, James, 492, 538. 

Anterbush, William, 296. 

Anthony, mustee, 302. 

Anthony, Albevtus, 57. 

Anthony, Francis, 420. 

Anthony, Samuel. 9, 23. 

Anthony, Thomas, 214, 348. 

Antonio. Joseph, 304. 

Aortis, Aaron, 208, 294. 

Appleby, George, 214, 348. 

Appleby, Nathan, 190. 

Appleby, Nathaniel, 9, 23, 45, So. 

Appleby, Neherniah, 84. 

Applestall, Isaac, 446. 

Applesiall, John, I, 44. 

Applestrong, Abraham, 156. 

Arbian, Joseph, mulatto, 410. 

Arbos, Johannes Peter, 158. 

Arburtustiller, John, 164. 

Archard, Edward, 290. 

Archard, Robert, 116. 

Archer, Peter, 142, 222. 

Archer, Thomas, 82. 

Archibald, mustee, 284. 

Argen, James, 214. 

Arkills, Robert, 456. 

Arling, Patrick, 174. 

Arlute, Peter, 410. 

Armon, John, 440. 

Armstrong, Elias, 238. 

Armstrong, Jacob, 320. 

Armstrong, John, 96, 104. 

Armstrong, Obadiah. 128. 

Armstrong, Thomas, 310, 530. 

Arnell, Michael, 302. 

Arnet, William, 154. 

Arnold, Benedict, 96, 176, 324, 522. 

Arnold, James, 98. 

Arnold, Jesse, 392, 462, 528. 

Arnold, Oliver, 180, 324. 

Arnold, Robert, 96. 

Arnout, Isaac, 252. 

Arnout, Peter, 330. 

Arrey, Abraham, negro, 398, 440. 

Arrowsmith, Capt. Thomas, 54, 166, 

521, 541, 542, 548. 
Arthur, Jeffery, indian, 384. 
Ash, George, 208, 346, 525. 
Ashby, Thomas, 174. 
Ashcraft, Joseph, 264. 
Ashfield. Christopher, 494. 
Ashley, Thomas, 484. 
Askell, James, 484. 
Askins, George, 528. 



INDEX. 



555 



Asobodo, John, 338. 
Aspendell, Joseph, 82. 
\ Acinus, Christian, 138, 481. 
Aston, James, 244. 
Aston, John, no, 320. 
Aston, Nathaniel. 184. 
Aikins, Joseph, 294, 344. 
Atkins, William, 298, 530. 
Atkinson, John, 340. 
Attler, Adam, 304. 
Atwater, Ebenezer, 260. 
Atwell, Hezekiah, 19. 
Atwell, John. 27. 
Atwell, Joseph, 380. 
Atwell. Paul, 5. 27. 48. 
Alwood, Andrew. 266. 
Atwood, Daniel, no. 
Atwood, John, 5. 
Atwood, Reuben, 16. 
Atwood, Thomas, 16. 
Aubery. Frederick, 525. 
Audlinton, Daniel, 133. 480. 
Aulderson. Edward, 480. 
Austin, John. 452, 530. 
Austin. William, I. 
Avery, Elias, 16. 
Avery, Hczekiah. 314. 
Avery, Peter. 416. 
Avery, Lieut. William, 501. 
Ayers, Andrew, 176. 
Ayres, Benjamin, 98, 138, 481. 
Ayres, Timothy, 316. 
Ayres, William, 332, 488. 

Habb, Stephen, 206. 

Babcock. Amos, 200. 

Babcock, Benjamin, 135, 160. 

Babcock, David. 160. 334. 

Babcock, James, 160. 

Babcock. Samuel, 160, 334. 

Babcock, William, 87, 160. 

Back, Philip. 362. 

Backer, Isaac, 7, 34, 40. 

Backer, Lieut. Peter, 6, 33, 39. 

Backus. Jiduthan. 88. 

Backus. Zepheniah, 83. 

Bacon, Jeremiah, 310. 

Baddley, Joseph, 338. 

Badgeley, Lieut. Cornelius, 521. 

Badgeley, Capt. Samuel, 521, 541, 547. 

548. 

Badhams, William, 410. 
Bagley. Thomas. 432. 
Bagonet, Simon, 20. 32, 
Bailey, Daniel. 156. 470. 
Bailey, Ebenezer, 264. 
Bailey, Elezar. 530. 
Bailey, Elias. 446. 
Bailey, Francis. 312. 
Bailey, Jacob, 526. 



Bailey, Jasper, 2. 

Bailey, Joseph. 330. 404. 

Bailey, Justus. 446, 530. 

Bailey, Samuel, 88, 328. 

Bailey, William, 222, 236. 

Bailey, see Bayley. 

Bain, Alexander W., 348. 

Bain, Charles, 140. 

Bain, Capt. Peter, 278, 525, 546, 550. 

Bain, Samuel, 53. 

Baird. Christian, 292. 

Bakell, Joseph, 382. 

Baker, Absalom, 294, 342. 

Baker, Adam, 290. 

Baker, Bethual, no. 

Baker, Kbenezer, 108. 

Baker, Edmund, 350. 

Baker, Elisha, 196. 

Baker, Jeremiah, 192. 

Baker, John, 54, 92, 228, 248, 372, 458, 

480, 524. 
Baker, Capt. Jonathan, 201, 280, 521, 

525- 

Baker, Joshua, 263. 
Baker, Nathan, 129. 
Baker, Nehemiah, 129, 232. 
Baker, Peter, 438. 
Baker, Phineas, 318. 
Baker, Samuel, 212, 284. 
Baker, Shadrack. 268, 530. 
Baker, Stephen, 70. 
Baker, Thomas, 200. 
Baker, William, 70. 
Baldwin, Andrew. 20, 31, 49. 
Baldwin, Benjamin, 60, 144. 
Baldwin, Lieut. David, 4, 26, 501. 
Baldwin, Edward, 352. 
Baldwin. Elijah, 180, 529. 
Baldwin, James, 66, 76. 
Baldwin, John, 150. 
Baldwin, Samuel. 20, 31, 48, 422, 478. 
Baldwin, Timothy, 64, 74, 529. 
Ball, Joseph, 5, 28. 
Ball. Lieut. Joseph, 189. 
Ballard, Elisha, 254. 
Ballerson. Andrew, 250. 
Banckerd, Gregory, 84. 
Banker, Deliverance, 106, 182, 314. 
Banker, Jacob, 108. 
Banker, Jeremiah, 108. 
Banker, John, 82, 118, 529. 
Banks, Daniel, 70. 
Banks, Matthew, 378. 
Banns, John, 296. 
Banyar, Goldsbrow, 504, 507, 509, 511, 

513. 514, 55. 5'9. 520, 523, 531, 

534. 535. 54<> 

Baptist, John, 440. 462, 492. 
Barber, Edward, 168. 
Barber, John, 112, 114, 266. 



556 



INDEX. 



Barber, Moses, 258. 

Barber, Lieut. Simeon, 258, 259, 381, 

4T5, 545, 546. 
Barber, Thomas, 100. 
Barber, Zacbariah, 529. 
Barbozatt, Abraham, 192. 
Bardick, Lieut., 419. 
Bare, George, 400. 
Bareshanks, John, 92, 328. 
Barger, Jacob, 400. 
Barger, John Adam, 474. 
Barheit, Christian, 3, 14, 21, 36, 38. 
Barker, Edward, 160, 312, 350. 
Barker, John, 276. 
Barker, Richard, 1 16. 
Barker, Timothy, 272. 
Barker, William, 414, 476. 
Barlow, Joseph, 108. 
Early, Jacob, 396. 
Barly, Jeremiah, 452. 
Barnes, Daniel, 66, 76. 
Barnes, Isaac, 128. 
Barnes, Capt. Isaac, 201, 283. 
Barnes, Jabez, 17, 50. 
Barnes, James, 80, 192, 526. 
Barnes, John, 172. 
Barnes, Joshua, 23, 45. 
Barnes, Richard, 84. 
Barnes, William, 296, 356. 
Barnum, Joshua, no. 
Barnum, Zebulon, 100. 
Barr, Capt. Isaac, 201. 
Barr, Silas, 526. 
Barr, Zachariah, 370. 
Barrent, John, 462. 
Barrent, Peter, 462. 
Barrett, Augustus, 462. 
Barrett, Henry, 280. 
Barrett, Jonathan, 9, 23, 45, 176, 314. 
Barrett, Robert, 3, 12, 21, 36, 38, 41, 

46. 

Barron, Anthony, 396. 
Barron, Edward, 272. 
Barron, John, 302, 354, 527. 
Barron, William, 282. 
Barrow, Lewis, 164, 338. 
Barry, Andrew, 300. 
Barry, John, 492. 
Barry, Ryke, 158. 
Barse, George, 212. 
Barsleys, Charles, no. 
Barstow, George, 244. 
Bart, John, 290. 
Earthy, David, 312. 
Earlier, Peter, 382. 
Bartlett, Charles, 17, 50. 
Bartley, Darmon, 256, 382. 
Bartley, Ephraim, 268. 
Bartley, John, 464. 
Bartow, Anthony, 442. 



Bartow, Francis, 338, 416, 480. 

Bartow, Morris, 124. 

Bartow, Obadiah. 126. 

Bartow, Peter, 388. 

Barye, Matthias, 82. 

Bass, George, 212, 346, 466. 

Bassett, Henry, 156, 274. 

Bassett, Josiah, 196. 

Bastian, Anthony, 386, 472, 498. 

Bastian, George, 244, 408. 

Bastian, Lewis, 228, 340. 

Bates, Japhet, 198. 

Bates, John, So. 

Bates, Stephen, 198. 

Bathem, Andrew, 290. 

Battershadwell, John, 528. 

Battesson, David. 428. 

Battesson, Ezekiah, 428. 

Battesson, Jeremiah, 428. 

Baudree, John, 388. 

Baxter, Charles, 308. 

Baxter, James, 104, 178. 

Baxter, Nathan, 478. 

Baxter, Reuben, 176. 

Baxter, Simon, 478. 

Baxter, William, 308. 

Bay, Alexander, 482. 

Bay, William, 482. 

Bayard, Daniel, 496. 

Bayard, Murtougb, 58. 

Bayer, William, 398. 

Bayeux, Henry, 80. 

Bayeux, Capt. Henry, 189, 310, 521, 

526, 542, 545, 550. 
Bayles, Nicholas, 123. 
Bayles, Richard, 30, 41, 53. 
Bavles, Samuel, 28, 48. 
Bayley, Ephraim. 196. 
Bayley, Gamaliel, 129, 200. 
Bayley, Hezekiah, 198. 
Bayley, James, 150. 
Bayley, John, 402. 
Bayley, Samuel, 4, 26, 47, 198. 
Bayley, see Bailey. 
Bazoon, Conrad, 428. 
Beach, Benjamin, 278. 
Beach, Phineas, 4, 26, 48. 
Beacon, William, 152, 228, 392, 480, 

524. 

Beadle, Lieut. Joseph, 145, 521, 541. 
Beadle, Lieut. Reuben, 521, 541. 
Bealy, William, 132. 
Beamus, Benjamin, 248, 530. 
Bean, John, 300. 
Beard, John, 222. 
Beard, Moses, 136, 481. 
Beardslee, Paul, 456. ? 
Beasly, Christian, 276. 
Beatty, Lieut. Francis, 521, 541. 
Beatty, Joseph, 376. 



INDEX. 



557 



Meatly. Samuel, 392, 454, 528. 

Beaver, John, 396. 

Keeker, Daniel, 38. 

Becker, Ernest, 288. 

Becker, John, 290. 

Becker, Lieut. Nicholas, 293, 545. 

Becker, see Backer. 

Becket, William. 202. 

Beckford. fames, 136, 220, 354. 481. 

Bcckle, Johannes, 2. 

Beckwilh, 1'hineas, 200. 

Beckwith, Samuel, 472, 498. 

Bedell, Elijah, 55. 

Bedford, James, 454, 528. 

Bedford, Stephen, 268. 

Beebe, Asa, 234. 

Beebe, Elias, 202. 

Beebe, Eliphalet, 234. 

Beebe, Ezekiel, 129. 

Beebe, Gideon. 478. 

Beebe, Jabez. 128. 

Beebe, Jasper. 234. 

Beebe, John, 127. 

Beebe, Nathan, 478. 

Beebe. Rossel, 478, 482. 

Beebe, Samuel, 129. 

Beecraft, William, 3, 12, 22, 36, 37, 41, 

46. 

Beekman, Capt., 303, 309, 513. 
Beekman. Gerard G., 515. 
Beekman, James, 170, 300. 
Beekman, Maninus, 396, 526. 
Beem, H end rick, 58, 59. 
Beers, William. 478. 
Beets, John, 39. 
Begun, Albert A., 529. 
Belcher, David, 430. 
Belcher, John, 514. 
Bell, Anthony, 142. 
Bell, Jacobus, 402. 
Bell, James, 308. 
Bell, John, 86, 140, 370. 
Bell, Nehemiah, 627. 
Bell, Robert, 308. 
Bell, William. 528. 
Bellows, Daniel, 16, 17, 50. 
Bellows, Elias, 124. 
Bemish, Lewis, 148. 
Bender, Jacob, 148, 252. 
Bender, Joseph, 224, 356. 
Bender, Samuel, 184. 
Benedict. Noah, 380. 
Benedict, Samuel, 256. 
Beneway, John, 57. 
Benham. Samuel, 204, 529. 
Benjamin, Isaac, 200, 284. 
Benjamin, Jsiah, 202. 
Benjamin, Nathan, 206. 
Benjamin, Richard, 234. 
Bennet, William, 336. 



Bennett, Aaron, 136, 350, 481. 

Bennett, Abraham. 158, 332. 

Bennett, Amos, 18. 30, 41, 53. 

Bennett, Benjamin, 264. 

Bennett, Christopher, 478. 

Bennett, Edward. 200. 282, 340. 

Bennett, Ephraim, 312. 

Bennett, James. I, 44, 87, 268, 404. 

Bennett, John, no, 266, 490. 

Bennett, Joseph, 127. 

Bennett. Lewis, 18, 41. 

Bennett, Peter, 150. 

Bennett, Samuel, 20, 31, 49, 129. 

Bennis, Simon, 492. 

Benson, Ellis, 414. 

Benson, Peter, 120. 

Benson, Capt. Robert, 165, 175, 309. 

Benson, Thomas, 4. 

Bentley, James, 252. 

Bentley. John, 346, 488. 

Bcnton, Richard. 342. 

Benzel, Isaac, 256. 

Bergeau, Benjamin, 178. 

Bergh, Sevares, 172. 

Berlin, Henry, mulatto, 288. 

Bernard, John, 344, 424. 

Bernard, Thomas, 527. 

Bernay, Edward, 458. 

Berney, Frederick, 394. 

Bernhard, Ludwick, 6, 8, 34. 

Berop, Thomas, 6, 8, 34, 40, 368. 

Berry, Francis, 312. 

Berry, George, 6, 8, 9, 23, 34, 45. 

Berry, Paulus. 332. 

Berry, Thomas, 346, 480. 

Berry, William, 118. 

Bertung, Francis. 136, 481. 

Berye, James, 242. 

Bessinger, Andries, 2, 3, 5, 10, 21, 35, 

37, 41, 46, 51. 
Bessinger, Serverinus, 4, 5. 
Beiherton, Isaac, 260. 
Betts, Capt., 141, 151, 227, 229, 245. 
Betts, Nathan, 51. 
Betts. Richard, 310. 
Be vans, Joseph, 262, 380. 
Beyea, Benjamin, 326, 526. 
Beyea, Isaac, 146. 
Beyea, Peter, 66, 76. 
Bicknell, Zachariah, 17, 50. 
Biddle, Benjamin, 290. 
Bidfield, Michael, 146. 
Bidman, Francis, 376. 
Biggs, John, 470, 498. 
Biggs, Joseph, 129. 
Bigner, John, 142. 
Bigsbey, Ebenezer, 250. 
Bilimas, Joseph, 438. 
Hillings, Increase, 20, 31. 
Billings, William, 1 6, 17, 50. 



558 



INDEX. 



Billington, James, 176, 326, 358, 526. 

Biltman, Samuel, 2, 43. 

Binghatn, Jeremiah, 19, 29. 41, 535. 

Bingham, Thomas, 2-|o, 529. 

Binns, Thomas, 490. 

Birch, see Burch. 

Bird, Anthony, 54. 

Bird, David, 466. 

Bird, Jacob, 192. 

Birdsall, Capt., 143, 147, 153, 225, 229, 

245- 

Birdsall, Henry, 188, 388, 527, 530. 
Birdsall. Isaac, 434. 
Birmingham, William, 142. 
Birney, Henry, 482. 
Bishop, Enos, 124. 
Bishop, George, 131, 408. 
Bishop, John, 82, 100, 102, 176, 314. 
Bishop, Joseph, 5. 
Bishop, Moses, 190. 
Bishop, Samuel, 454. 
Bishop, Silvanus, 4, 26. 
Bishop, Stephen, 72, 529. 
Biss, Stephen, 114. 
Bissell, Richard, 312, 529. 
Bistell, George, 208. 
Bixby, Daniel, 2, 10, 21, 35, 37, 41, 

46. 

Bixley, Eleazer, 527. 
Blacklidge, Benjamin, 402. 
Blackman, Joseph, 356. 
Blackman, Samuel, 112. 
Hlackwell, ('-apt., 139, 149, 225, 229. 
Blackwood, Hamilton, 64, 74. 
Blackwood, John, 178. 522. 
Blackwood, Marmaduke, 170, 278. 
Bladdo, James P., 2. 
Bladen, William, 208. 
Bladner, Christian, 222. 
Blague, Francis, 5. 
Blain, James, 188. 
Blair, Archibald, 5, 26. 
Blair, William, 382, 480. 
Blake, Francis, 26, 48. 
Blake, Thomas, 17, 51. 
Blake, William, 9. 24, 45, 55, 194. 
Blakely, David, 380. 
Blakeney, George, 214. 
Blakeway, Peter, 336. 
Blameless, Roger, 58. 
Blameless, William, 92, 220. 
Bland, James, 172, 326, 340, 360, 526. 
Blando, Peter, 442. 
Blauer, Anihony, 186. 
Blawfelt, Ari, 86. 
Blawfelt, Daniel, 86. 
Blawfelt, David, 86, 529. 
Blawfelt, Hermanns, 160. 
Blesie, Lawrence, 6. 
Blevelt, Stephen, 152, 228, 352. 



Blinn, Elisha, 262. 
Blisenborough, After, IO2. 
Bliss, Daniel, 17. 
Blizard, Henry, 430. 
Bloom, Bernardus, 62 
Bloomer, Barent, 152. 
Bloomer, Gilbert, n. 
Bloomer, Major Joshua, 95, 188, 189, 
322, 521, 539, 542, 545, 546, 548, 

549- 

Bloomer, Reuben, 104. 
BloomHeld, William, 162, 296, 525, 

528. 

Blue, John, 230, 356. 
Blunden, Stephen, 392. 
Blydenburgh, Daniel, 125. 
Boat, Adam, 190. 
Boatman, Glonde, 192. 
Bobbet, Silas, 17, 18. 
Bockee, Denne, 374. 
Bockhout, John, 106. 
Boden, Samuel, 322. 
Bodine, Isaac, 94, 529. 
Bodine, Lewis, 94. 
Bodley, John, 476. 
Body, Abraham, 434. 
Boerum, Jacob, 72. 
Bogardus, Capt., 263. 
Bogardus, Matthew, 394. 
Bogert, Jacob, 448. 
Bogert, James, 376. 
Bogert, John, 529. 
Boggs, Robert, 224, 530. 
Bohannon, Andrew, 240, 286. 
Bohannon, George, 328, 404, 458. 
Bohannon, James, 196, 240, 286, 525, 

527. 

Bohannon, Jeremiah, 528. 
Bohannon, Oliver, 87. 
Bohannon, Thomas, 530. 
Bohannon, William, QO, 216, 400, 470, 

498, 528. 

Bohannon, see Buchanan. 
Boies, Samuel, 162. 
Bole, Conrad, 494. 
Bolt, John, 376 
Bolton, Philip, 448, 529. 
Bolton, Thomas, 424. 
Bond, David, 131. 
Bond, Joseph, 496. 
Bone, William, 530. 
Bongiiall, Joseph, 294. 
Bonnel, Samuel, 129. 
Bonney, Joseph, 420. 
Bono, George, 172. 
Booge, Ichabod, 468. 
Bool, Manning, 100. 
Boon, Peter, 8, 22. 
Boos, Daniel, mulatto, 368. 
Booth, George, 336. 



INDKX. 



559 



Booth, John, 52. 

Hooth, Mingo, 116. 

Booth, Obadiah, 232. 

Hooth, Samuel, 129. 

Borghdorp. Conrad, 104. 

Borland, Capt. William, 91, 217. 

Boseley, John, 214. 

Bo&kerk, Johannes, 88. 

Bostwick, David, 176, 324. 

Bostwick, Edward, 31, 498. 

Bostwick, John. 94, 176. 

Bostwick, Lieut. John, 323, 359. 545, 

546 
Bosworth, Joseph, 10, 21, 36, 38, 41, 

46. 

Botee, John, 374. 
Bottom, Thomas, 316. 
Botts, George. 350. 
Bouche, Joseph, 525. 
Bouderheiser. Joeph. 348. 
Bough, Hans Jurigh. 3, 12, 21, 36, 38, 

41. 4 6 - 

Bough, Nicholas, 142, 224. 
Bourgeois, Francis, 2. 
Bourne. Laurence, 348. 
Bout. John, 114, 529. 
Bouton. Daniel, 328. 
Bouton, Ebenezer, 462. 
Bouton, Elijah, 96. 
Bouton, John, 96, 314. 
Bouton, Samuel, 98, 326. 
Bovey, Henry, 526. 
Bowden, John, 176. 
Bowden, Jonathan, 192. 
Bowditch, Asa, 16, 50. 
Bowen, John. 364. 
Bowen, Mariin, 66, 76. 
Bowen, William, 306, 454, 496. 
Bower, Andrew, 418. 
Bower, John Henry, 172. 
Bower, Peter, 354. 
Bower, Fhineas, 284. 
Bowler, Simeon, 18. 40. 
Bowman, Adam, 530. 
Bowman, Albert. 238. 
Bowman, Bowme, 22. 
Bowman, Cornelius, 55, 168, 352. 
Bowman, Garrat, 3, 12, 35, 37, 42, 47. 
Bowman, Martin, 116. 
Bowman, \Villiam, 494. 
Bowmaster, Oliver, 148. 
Boyce, Jacob. 190. 258, 529. 
Boyce, James, 82, 84. 
Boyce, I'eter, 84, 192. 
Boyd, John, 80, 280, 352, 362, 527. 
Boyd, Robert, 524. 
Boyd, Samuel. 60, 216, 228. 
Boyd, William, 2IO. 
Boyer, John. 528. 
Boyle, Charles, 272, 394. 



Boyle, Dennis, 374. 

Boyle, Hugh, 372, 454. 

Boyle, Peter, 252. 

Boyle, William, 90, 336, 400, 484. 

Brackett, Ebenezer, 5. 

Brackett, Elisha. 4, 26. 

Brackett, Hezekiah, 5. 27, 48. 

I '.i.nll mm, Humphrey. 162. 

Bradhurst, William, 302. 

Bradley, Francis, 316. 

Bradley, Jabez, 434. 

Bradley, John, 526. 

Bradley, Richard, 422, 528. 

Bradley, Thomas, 296. 

Bradlin, Andrew, 118, 196, 224. 

Bradner, Capt. Colvin, 157, 329. 

Bradner, Lieut. Gilbert, 87, 88, 89, 539. 

Bradshaw, Daniel, 528. 

Bradshaw, John. 270. 

Bradt. Lieut. John, 546. 

Brady, David, 9, 124, 145. 

Brady, John, 396. 

Bragan, John, 220, 398. 

Braine, Capt. Thomas, 143, 153, 223, 

245 

Bramer. Jacob, 298. 
Brand, Sigmon, 226. 
Brand, William. 492. 
Branderkin. William, 270. 
Branigan, James, 66, 78, 438, 488. 
Branigan, John, 88. 186, 220. 256. 
Brannon, Charles. 216. 
Brannon, John, 344. 
Brannon, Thomas, 378. 
Branson, Nathaniel, 96. 
Brasher, Abraham. 210. 
Brasser, William, 364. 
Bratt, Captain, 249, 275. 
Bratt, Lieutenant, 289. 
Bratt, Peter, 440. 
Braver, Henry, 362. 
Breamer, Cobus, 480. 
Brede, John, 59. 
Bremer, Christian, 348. 
Bremer, David. 344. 
Brennan, Edward, 392. 
Brennan. Jacob, 44. 
Brennan, John, 304. 
lirereton, William, 298. 
Brested, Samuel, 102. 
Brester, Henry, 224. 
Brett, Richard, 410. 
Brewer. Christopher, 338. 
Brewer, Deliverance, 84, 182. 
Brewer, Derick, 138, 481. 
Brewer. Henry, 132, 164. 
Brewer, Jacobus, 106. 
Brewer, Jeremiah, 186. 
Brewer, John, 92. 
Brewer, Samuel, 25, 145. 



560 



INDEX. 



Brewer, William, 80. 

Brewerton, Col. George, 472, 538, 546. 

Brewerton, Col. George, jun., 132, 162, 

215, 353, 393, 397, 403, 4 1 ?, 435, 
444, 498, 504, 507, 521, 539, 542, 

543, 544, 545, 54^, 549- 
Brewerton, Capt. Jacob, 121, 137, 139, 

213. 

Brewin, Thomas, negro, 466. 
Brewster, Captain, 123. 
Brewster, David, 176. 
Brewster, John, 450. 
Brewster, Lieut. Joseph, 195, 521,543. 
Brewster, Pelaliah, 452. 
Brewster, Samuel, 112. 
Breymer, John, 428. 
Brian, see Bryan and O'Bryan. 
Brice, James, 114. 
Brice, William, 6. 
Bricker, Abraham, 404. 
Brickett, William, 394. 
Briggs, Henry, 372, 448. 
Briggs, Isaac, 9, 100, 188, 326, 358, 

526, 533- 

Briggs, John, 318. 
Bright, Thomas, 436. 
Brill, Jacob, 18. 
Brinckerhoff, Richard, 530. 
Bristed, John, 248. 
Broast, George, 94. 
Brock, Ebenezer, 434. 
Brock, Jeremiah, 98, 310. 
Brock, Nathaniel, 102, 1-82, 270. 
Brock, William, 104, 186, 529. 
Brockway, Jedediah, 19. 
Broderick, Anthony, i, 43. 
Broderick, Lieut. Anthony, 405, 545. 
Broderick, James, 88. 
Brodhead, Lieut. Garret, 56, 544. 
Brodhead, John, 56. 
Brodhead, Luke, 56. 
Brodhead, Richard, 59. 
Broecks, John, mulatto, 428. 
Hromer, Anthony, 426. 
Bromley, John, 490. 
Brookman, John, 206, 294. 
Brooks, Daniel, 320. 
Brooks, Ebenezer, 100, 326, 530. 
Brooks, Isaac, 330. 
Brooks, James, 268. 
Brooks, John, 3, 6, 8, 14. 21, 34, 38, 

39, 42, 46 146, 244, 288, 344, 370, 

474- 
Brooks, Joshua, 2, 10, 21, 35, 37, 41, 

46. 

Brooks, Samuel, 129, 184, 202, 322. 
Brotheran. Isaac, 529. 
Brower, John, 206, 294, 525. 
Brower, Martin, 224. 
Brower, Vincent, 94. 



Brown, Andrew, 148, 224. 

Brown, Archibald, 344. 

Brown, Asa, 88, 142. 

Brown, Barnaby, 174. 

Brown, Beriah, 128. 

Brown, Brockway, 96, 324. 

Brosvn, Captain, 321. 

Brown, Christopher, 200, 529. 

Brown, Clark, 358, 432. 

Brown, Cornelius, 360, 432. 

Brown, Daniel, 180. 

Brown, David, 122. 

Brown, Edward, 89, 208, 320, 324, 390. 

Brown, Ephraim, 200, 234. 

Brown, Ezekiah, 272. 

Brown, Ezekiel, 80. 

Brown, Francis, 272. 

Brown, Hercules, 492. 

Brown, Capt. Hosea, 101, 105, 187, 

3I9- 
Brown, James, 52, 66, 76, 80, 98, 108, 

129. 188, 298. 344, 432, 529. 
Brown, Jeremiah, 124. 
Brown, John, 16, 50, 80, 150, 222, 242, 

354, 364, 422, 438, 480. 
Brown, Martin, 198, 240. 
Brown, Matthew, 276, 370, 480. 
Brown, Michael, 18, 30, 41, 53, 276. 
Brown, Murray, 182, 314. 
Brown, Nathaniel, 126. 
Brown, Robert, 198, 2ro, 494. 
Brown, Samuel. 78, 438. 
Brown, Saveryn, 7, 33. 
Brown, Stephen, 6, 34, 39, 51. 
Brown, Thomas, 102, 202, 252, 308, 

376, 348. 426, 529. 
Brown, Valentine, 222, 529. 
Brown, Walter, 234. 
Brown, William, 5, 20, 27, 31, 48, 49, 

324. 418. 

Brownell, Benjamin, 260. 
Bruce, Robert, 240, 386, 450, 524. 
Bruce, William, 527. 
Biundige, Bartlet, 104. 
Brundige, Ezekiel, 66, 76. 
Brundige, Hachiliah, 326, 432, 526. 
Bruning, Michael, 102. 
Brush, Eliakim, 472, 498. 
Brush, Jacob, 358, 432, 529. 
Brush, Jonathan, 127, 434. 
Brush, Richard, 98. 
Bryan, Benjamin, 120. 
Bryan, Con, 236. 
Bryan. John, 350. 
Bryan, Joseph. 525. 
Bryan, see O'Bryan. 
Bryant, John, 9, 23. 
Bryant, Michael, 23, 45. 
Bryant, Nathaniel, 58, 529. 
Bryant, Samuel, 168. 



INDKX. 



Bryer. John. 192, 38?.' 

Buchanan, Jeremiah, 302, 446. 

Buchanan, Robert. 220. 

Buchanan, Samuel, 2IO. 

Buchanan, Thomas, 220. 

Buchanan, see Bohannon. 

Buck, Daton, 8. 24, 45. 

Buck, George, 250, 366. 

Buck, Peter, 20. 32, 49, 490. 

Buck, Philip, 250. 

Buckall, Joseph, 306, 480. 

Buckhoui, Capt. John, 81 103, 106, 

191. 313 

Buckingham, Solomon, 90. 
Buckle, Joseph, 72. 
Buckle, Peter, 262. 
Buckley, Edward, 162. 
Buckley, George, 230. 
Buckley, Johannes, 44. 
Buckley, Timothy, 242. 
Buckley. William, 138, 296, 481. 
Budd, John, 102. 
Budd, Capt. John, 131, 199, 233 
Buell, Benjamin, 16. 
Buffington, David, 230. 
Builtman, Samuel, 51. 
Bulger, Robert, 84, 
Bulger, Thomas, 222. 
Bull, Lieut. Henry, 542. 
Bull, Jacob, 29. 
Bull, Capt. John, 89, 157, 329. 
Bull, Jonathan, 427. 
Bull, Lieut. Joseph, 521, 545 
Bullard, Samuel, 432. 
Bullis, Abraham. 9, 25, 45. 
Bulsnu. Cornelius, 118. 
Bummer, John, 208. 
Bumstead, Jacob. 356. 
Bunce, George. 66, 76. 
Bundy, Caleb. 240, 286. 
Bundy, Ezekiel, 198, 240. 
Bundy, George, 18, 29, 41, 53, 264. 
Bundy, Simeon, 206, 240, 286. 
Bunghall, Joseph, 208. 
Bunnel, Permenas, 5, 27, 48. 
Bunton, Marmaduke, 246. 
Burbank, Noah, 184. 
Burbank, Thomas. 55. 
Burch, David, I, 43. 
Burch, James, 452. 
Burch, Jeremiah, 529. 
Burch, Valentine, 70, 354, 150, 480 
Burch, William, 140. 
Bun-hell. Jacob. 529. 
Burch field', Samuel, 288. 
Burford, George, 49f>. 
Burger, Conrad, 57. 
Burger, John George, 44. 
Burger, Lieut. Minnah, 544. 
Burger, Peter, 292. 

36 



Burgess, Jacob, 266. 

Burgess, James, 530. 

Burgess, Thomas, 450. 

Burgsdorf. Frederick. 278 

Burk, Lieut. Edward, 227, 545 

Burk, Francis, 6. 

Burk, John, 164, 182, 290, 302, 386, 

390, 416, 422, 438. 
Burk, Michael, 260, 388. 
Burk, Thomas. 226. 376. 
Burleigh, Ebenezer, 270. 
Burnay, Lewis, 84. 
Burnet, David, 206. 
Burnet, John, 90. 
Burnet. Robert, 400. 
Burnet, Samuel, 472, 498. 
Burnett, Isaac, 254, 380. 
Hurney, Edward. 332, 526. 
Burns, Daniel, 144. 
Burns, Edwnrd, 484. 
Burns, George, 238. 
Burns, James, 292. 342. 480. 
Burns, John, 400. 
Burns, Luke, 2io. 
Burns, Peter 492. 
Burns, Samuel. 494. 
Burnside, John, 154. 
Burr, Samuel, 70, 478. 
Burr, Silas, 404. 
Burrage, John, 198. 
Burrill, Jesse, 9, 23, 45. 
Burroughs, John, 214. 
Burroughs, Peter, 116, 230. 
Burrows, Abraham, 254. 
Burrows, Lewis, 360. 
Burst, Henry, 274. 
Burt, John, 96. 
Burtnell, Charles, 304. 
Burton. Simeon, 176. 
Burton, Solomon, 324. 
Burton, Thomas, 166. 
Burtus, Alexander, 318 
Bush, Amasiah, 5, 28. 
Bush, Capt., 451, 477. 
Bush, Edward. 150. 
Bush, George Michael, 136, 481. 
Bush, Lieut. Isaac, 269, 545. 
Bush, Jacobus J., 57. 
Bush, James, 528. 
Bush, John. 278. 
Bush, Martin, 254. 
Bush, Nicholas, 118. 
Bushett, Rymert, 306. 
Bussey, Abraham, 348 
liubsing, Timothy, 210. 
Busteed, Edward. 410. 
Butler, Daniel, 208, 296. 
Butler, James, 252, 356. 
Butler, John, 140, 222, 420, 528. 
Butler, Nicholas, 418. 



562 



INDEX. 



Butler, Samuel, 446. 
Butler, Thomas, 462. 
Butler, Tobias, 172. 
Butler, Wharton, 9, 24, 45. 
Butler, William. 164. 
Butterfield, Daniel. 448. 
Butters, Isaac, 2:8, 400, 444. 
Butters, John, 400. 
Butters, Nathaniel, go. 
Buttles, Elijah, 262. 
Button, Peter, 530. 
Button. William, 20, 31, 49. 
Butts, Joseph, 17, 50. 
Butz, John Andrew, 292. 
Buyer, Joseph, 152. 
Buys, Henry, 256. 
Buys, James, 118. 
Buys, John, 254. 
Buys, William, 256. 
Buytelas, John, 166. 
Byington, Nathaniel, 184, 390. 
Byington, Samuel, 170. 
Byon, Edward, 444. 
Byrn. Capt. Barnaby, 171, 298, 342, 
'421, 436, 443, 444, 465, 472, 521, 
525- 532, 542, 545, 546, 549, 550. 
Byrne, Abraham, 364. 
Byrns, James, 410. 
Byrns, John, 436. 
Byrns, Thomas, 468. 

Cabel, Samuel, 31, 49. 
Cabeler, John, 292. 
Cahill, Andries, 172. 
Cahill, Daniel, 218. 
Cahill, James, 342. 
Cahill, Robert, 402, 526, 528 
Cahoon, see Calhonn. 
Cain, Caine. see Kane. 
Calbraith, William, 210. 
Caldwell, John, 172. 
Caldvvell, Richard, 87, 160. 
Caleb, indian, 238, 384. 
Calhoun, Benjamin, 416. 
Calhoun, David, 5, 27, 48. 
Calhoun, Hugh, 480. 
Calhoun, John. 220, 400. 
Callaghan, Cornelius, 92, 218, 444 
Callaghan, Daniel, r, 270, 416. 
Callaghan, George, 418. 
Callaghan, John, 210, 442. 
Callarne. William, 304. 
Calumpoe. Peter, negro, 306. 
Calvee, Nicholas. 338. 
Calvin, Martwill D., 442 
Camac, James, 70. 
Cameron, Daniel, 348, 446, 462. 
Cameron, Donald, 174. 
Cameron, Duncan, 464 
Cameron, John, 492, 537. 



Camick, George, 132. 

Camp, Ephraim. 5, 27. 

Camp, Thomas, 140. 

Campbell, Adam, 276. 

Campbell, Alexander, 220, 420, 545 

Campbell, Benjamin, 70, 226. 

Campbell, Capt., 253, 277, 289. 

Campbell, Collin, 248. 

Campbell, Daniel, 496. 

Campbell, David, 172. 

Campbell, Duncan, 216, 400, 482, 528. 

Campbell, Hugh. 84, 192. 210, 529. 

Campbell, James, 172, 294, 302, 464, 

484, 486. 
Campbell, John, 172, 182, 186, 208. 

288, 328, 528. 

Campbell, Joseph, 118, 134, 481. 
Campbell, Lieut., 510. 
Campbell, Peter, 258. 
Campbell, Philip, 152. 
Campbell, William, 15.1. 27C. 
Campee, Thomas, 72 
Canady, Philip, 150. 
Canby, James, 530. 
Candy, John, 338. 
Caner, John, 238. 
Can field, Isaiah, 176. 
Canfield, Joel, 196. 
Can field. Samuel, 31. 49, 434. 
Canfield. Silas, 98, 326, 380. 
Caniff, Thomas, 9, 23. 
Cannart, Richard, 302. 
Cannon, John, 108. 
Cannon, Lieut, fohn, 262, 263, 545. 
Cannon, Michael, 288. 
Cannon, Timothy, 416. 
Cans, Hendrick, 52 
Cantine, Lieut. John, 544. 
Cantly, James. 432. 
Captain, indian, 123. 
Carbee, Thomas, 136, 354, 430, 48 r. 
Card,, Peter, 494. 
CarelhofT, Nicholas, 174. 
Carey, Jabez, 78. 
Carey, Jacob, 136, 481. 
Carey, James, 428. 
Carey, Jedediah, no. 
Carey, Richard, 78. 
Carey, William, 210, 489! 
Carhart, Andrew, 432. 
Carhart, Thomas, 102. 
Carle, Jacob, 66, 78. 
Carlin. James, 168. 
Carls, Capt., 253, 279. 
Carman, Frederick, 412. 
Carman, William, 228. 
Carmer, William, 228. 
Curmichael, Miles, 496. 
Cam, John, 394, 526. 
Carney, Abraham 250. 






INDEX. 563 

Carney. John, 344. Castist, Dr. John B., 522, 540 

Carney, Stephen, 89. Castle, Paul. 342. 

Caron, James, 302. Castleman, Severeinus, 52. 

Carpenter, Abraham, 330. Caston, Robert, 80, 316. 

Carpenter. Asa, 180, 358, 432. Caswell, Peter, 18. 

Carpenter, Giles, 96. Cater, Adam, 526. 

Carpenter, Jacob, 100. Caton, George, 9, 22, 45. 
Carpenter, Capt. Nathaniel, 83, 99, Caton. John, 372. 424. 

101. Caton, Thomas, 3, 14, 21, 36 38, 42, 
Carpenter, Robert, 376. 47. 

Carpenter, Solomon. 330. Caton, see Katon. 

Carpenter, Uriah, 16. Catterling, Matthias, 106, 184, 390. 

Carpenter, William, 156. Caulkins, James 478. 

Carr. Adam. 490. Caulkins, Joseph, 450. 
Carr, John, 158, 172, 288, 326, 368, Caulkins, Patrick, 466. 

440. Caulkins, Simon. 108. 

Carr, Mark, 458. Caulkins, Lieut. Simon, 521, 541. 

Carr, Matthew. 522. Caulkins, William, no. 

Carr, Patrick, 150, 230. Cavanagh, Anthony, 378. 

Carr, Samuel, 87. Cavanagh. John, 133. 

Carr, William. 188. Cavanagh. Silvester, 226, 489. 

Carrigan, Patrick. 64, 152. Caven. Thomas. 370. 

Carrington, Timothy. 4, 28. Caveny, Dominick, 194. 

Cirroll, George, 154. Caveny, John, 418. 

Carroll, James, 18, 30, 41. 53. Centurion, Thomas, mulatto, 386. 
Carroll, John, 228, 290, 296, 348, 412. Chaddock, Michael, 318. 

Carroll, John C., 41. Chad well, Matthias, 246. 
Carroll, Thomas, 3, 12. 21, 36, 37, 42, Chadwell, Thomas, 138, 246, 481, 522 

46. Chadwick, Benjamin, 232. 

Carroll, Walter, 374, 448, 488, 528. Chadwick, Michael, 530. 

Carrolton, John. 132. Chalis, Joseph, 352. 

Carskaden, Thomas, 270. Chalmers, Ronald. 172. 

Carsley, Peter, 40. Chamberlain, Benjamin, 144. 222. 

Carswell, Thomas, 486. Chambers, Cornelius, 396, 526. 
Carter, David. 94, 188, 270, 438, 525. Chambers, Dirck, 57. 

Carter, Thaddeus, 5, 26. Chambers. Edward, 344, 532. 

Carter, Vincent, 9, 25, 45, 296. Chambers, Robert, 136, 481. 

Carter, William, 340. Champain. Claude, 238, 434, 524. 

Cartney, William, 460. Champea, Thomas, 314. 

Cartwright, Benjamin, 57. Champineau, Peter, 344. 

Cartwright, Nathaniel, 57. Champlin, Joseph, 204, 282, 530. 

Carty, John. I. Champlin, Lieut. Joshua, 18, 29, 53 
Carty, Patrick, 244. 53. 

Carty, Thomas, 164. Champlin, Thomas, 19, 29, 40, 52. 

Carty, William, 366. Chandler, John, 186, 326, 358, 404, 
Carty, Carthy, see McCarty. 432, 492. 526, 527, 538. 

Case. Capt., 88. Chanlcy, James. 4-)8. 

Case. Israel, 129. Chapman, Barnabas, 272. 

Casey. Bartholomew, 152. Chapman. 'Collins, 192. 

Casey, John, 370. Chapman, Daniel, 148, 460, 522. 
Cash, Daniel, no, 264, 390, 414, 450. Chapman, George, 306, 344. 

Cash. David, 525, 533. Chapman. John, 432. 

Cashell, Robert, 438. Chapman, Samuel, 208. 

Casliow, Joseph, 384. Chapman, William, 152. 

Casley, Peter, 29, 52. Chappell, Frederick. 4, 27, 47. 

Cason. James, 194, 236. Chappell, Joshua, 62, 202. 
Cassidy, Lieut. James, 149, 521, 541, Chappell, Nathaniel. 16, 18, 30, 41, 

543- 176. 324- 

Cassidy, Michael, I, 43. Charles, Andrew, 208, 340. 

Castalo, Philip, 378." Charles, John, 204. 



564 



INDEX. 



Charles, Joshua, 426. 

Charles, William, 420. 

Chase, John, 314. 

Chase, Obadiah, 266. 

Chatfield, David, 280 

Chatfield, Jesse, 280. 

Chatfield, John, 202. 

Chatfield, Thomas, 408. 

Chatterton, Aaron, 320, 528. 

Chatterton, Cornelius, 322, 529. 

Chauncey, Elihu, 5, 17. 

Cherbacker, John, 366, 527. 

Cherpenett, Simon, 162. 

Cherrington, Clement, 302. 

Cherry, William, 334. 

Cheshire, Joseph, 70, 354. 

Chester, John, 370. 

Chestnutt, Samuel, 304. 

Chewman, James, 412. 

Chichester, Timothy, 126. 

Chick, Francis, 150. 

Chillea, William, 250. 

Chilson, Israel, 254. 

Chip, Henry, 20, 32. 

Chipman, Nathan, 144. 

Chitehart, William, 250. 

Chittenden, Benjamin, 5. 27, 48. 

Chopts, John, 20, 32, 49. 

Chrispel, Wilhelmus, 59. 

Christian, Mark, 80, 192. 

Christie, Dennis, 270. 

Christoffel, Thomas, 525. 

Christy, Thomas, 368. 

Christy, William, 492. 

Churchill, James. 376, 525. 

Cisler, Jacob, 394. 

Clancy, John, 418. 

Clannan, John, 346. 

Clap, Gilbert, no. 

Clapham, George, 118. 

Clarenbould, Richard, 420. 

Clark, Alexander, 374, 527. 

Clark, Andrew, 82. 

Clark, Cornelius, 238, 384. 533. 

Clark, David, 130, 218, 484. 

Clark, Elika, 428. 

Clark, Ephraim, 468. 

Clark, Ezekiel, 426. 

Clark, Gershom, 316, 529, 530. 

Clark, Jacob, 468. 

Clark, James, 222. 

Clark, Jeremiah, 252. 

Clark, John, 202, 234, 240, 286, 292, 

422, 460, 494, 496, 529. 
Clark, Ludlow, 240, 286, 384, 470. 
Clark, Nathaniel, 198. 
Clark, Randolph, 202, 234, 524. 
Clark, Richard, 236. 
Clark, Robert, 164, 492. 
Clark, Roger, 2O, 31, 49. 



Clark, Samuel. 206, 268, 284. 

Clark, Smith, 156. 

Clark, William, 204, 268, 280, 394, 

525, 528. 

Clason, George, no. 
Clason, Peter, 476. 
Clay, Christopher, 166. 
Clear, Christopher, 134, 481. 
Clearwater, Johannes, 220. 
Clearwater, Petrus, 56. 
Cleary, John, 490. 
death, Joseph, 466. 
Cleaveland, Timothy, 204. 
Cledon, Barnabas, 318. 
Clemmens, John, 18, 29, 40. 
Climie, Thomas, 298. 
Cline, Frederick, 136, 481. 
Cline, Jacob, 57, 260. 
Cline, John, 194, 236. 
Cline, Nicholas, 489. 
Cline, Thomas, 222. 
Clint, John, 132. 162, 294, 480. 
Clint. Michael, 136, 214, 408, 481. 
Clint, Peter, 136, 481. 
Clinton, Col. Charles, 56, 89, 95, 135, 

161, 337, 519. 

Clinton, Eliphaz, 9, 23, 45, 62. 
Clinton, Lieut. George, 217, 544. 
Clinton, Capt. James, 94, 216, 398, 

445, 462, 473, 482, 521, 524, 528, 

541, 544, 546, 548, 549, 550, 551. 
Clinton, Peter, 8, 24, 45. 
Clissall, William, 150. 
Clock, Capt., 275, 291. 
Clock, John Phillips, 126. 
Clopper, Christopher, 374. 
Close, Jesse, 98. 
Closs, John, 308. 
Closs, John William, 164. 
Cloudy, James, 418. 
Cluck, John, indian, 196. 
Clunn, John, 138, 212, 481, 526. 
Coales, Anthony, 308. 
Coalson, W T illiam, 164. 
Coates, Lieut., 510. 
Coates, Robert, 304. 
Coates, William, 306, 529. 
Coburn, James, 26, 48. 
Cochiage, Daniel, 202, 284. 
Cochran, Andrew, 222, 356. 
Cochran, Patrick, 168, 248, 488. 
Cochran, William, 254. 
Cock, George C., 14, 22, 36, 38. 
Cock, Michael, 222. 
Cock, Moses S., 282. 
Cockcroft, Col. William, 503, 539. 
Cocksure, Joseph, indian, 476. 
Coe, Capt., 335. 
Coffey, Thomas, 200. 
Coffin, Anthony, 268. 



INDEX. 



565 



Coffin, Edward, 412, 527. 

Coffin. Jacob, 268. 

Coffin. Thomas, 268, 530. 

Coffinson, John, 456. 

Coftman. John. 214. 348. 

Coggin. Peter, 240, 286. 

Coghill. John, 44. 

Cogswell, John, 44. 

Cogswell. Samuel, no. 

Coker, Henry, 133. 

Colashea, Peter, 102. 188, 358,480. 

Colburn, Jonathan, 154. 328. 

Colden, Lieut. Gov. Cadwallader, 473, 

530. 533- 534. 536. 
Colding. Matyse. 320. 
Cole, Abraham, 484. 
Cole, Karon, 92. 
Cole, Edea, 86. 
Cole, Hendrich. 82. 
Cole, Henry, 190, 318. 
Cole, Isaac, 168, 260. 
Cole, James, 342. 
Cole, John, 92, 146, 242, 402, 474, 

486. 

Cole, Peter. 246, 254. 444. 
Cole, Solomon. 264, 530. 
Cole, Teunis, 256. 
Cole, Thomas, no. 
Cole, William. 306. 
Coleman, James, 94. 
Coleman, John, 89, 400, 404, 436, 464, 

486. 

Coleman, Judah, 131. 
Coleman, Robert, 134. 164, 412. 
Coleman, Thomas. 252. 
Coles, Joshua, 336, 530. 
Coles, William, 170. 
Coley, Andrew, 31. 
Colcy, David, 472, 498. 
Coley, Morris, 316. 
Colgan, Patrick. 402. 
Colhead, George, 162. 
Colleyon, Simon, 152. 
Collier, James. 162, 412. 
Collier, Theodorus, 126. 
Colliner, John, 470. 
Collins, Edward, 7, 8, 34, 40. 
Collins, James. 224, 386, 527. 
Collins. John, 2, 43. 
Collins, Patrick, 374, 400. 
Collins, Pell. 284. 
Collins. William. 378. 
Collmann. George, 382. 
Colskin. Nicholas, 533. 
Colson. John, 404. 
Colwell, John, 244. 
Colyer, James. 230. 
Combs, James, 140, 522. 
Combs, John, 9, 24, 45, 344. 
Combs, Thomas, 464. 



Comerford, William. 338, 528. 

Comfort, Jacob, 140. 

Commal, John, 318. 

Commins, Neal, 474. 

Compress, Robert, 146. 

Comstock, Daniel, 20. 31, 49. 

Comstock, James, 198. 

Comstock, Phineas, 198. 

Comstock, Samuel. 144. 

Cone, Cornelius, 20, 31, 49. 

Conger, James, 164. 

Conger, Nathaniel, 62. 

Conklin, see Conkling. 

Conkling, Aaron. 72. 

Conkling. Abraham, 3, 12. 21, 35, 37, 

42, 46, 190. 312. 
Conkling, Rev. Benjamin, 546. 
Conkling. David, 282, 408. 
Conkling, Deliverance. 9, 23, 106, 186. 
Conkling, Capt. Deliverance, 85, 325, 

539- 

Conkling, Eleazar, 408. 
Conkling, Eliakim, 127. 
Conkling, Ephraim, 276. 
Conkling, Gilbert, 322, 529. 
Conkling, Higgins, 464. 
Conkling, Isaac, 194, 282. 
Conkling, Lieut. Isaac, 255, 545. 
Conkling, Lieut. Jacob, 447, 451. 
Conkling, John, 82, 87. 
Conkling, John, inclian, 82. 
Conkling, Joseph, 106, 128, 186, 320. 
Conkling, Nathan, 394. 
Conkling. Nathaniel. 456. 
Conkling, Samuel, 406. 
Conkling, Thomas, 9, 24, 87. 160. 
Connecticut, troops from, in the pay of 

New York. 4. 16, 19, 26, 30, 47. 48, 

50, 468, 478. 501, 551. 
Connelly, Daniel, 274, 372. 
Connelly, Lott, 138. 
Connelly, Michael, 308. 
Connelly, Patrick, 252, 344, 442. 
Connelly, Richard, I, 88, 154, 330,404. 
Connelly, Roger, 302, 372. 440, 514. 
Connelly, William. 152, 256. 
Conner, Hugh, 456. 
Conner, James. 2. 44. 
Conner, John, 66, 78, 178. 
Conner, Michael, 89. 
Conner, Timothy, 276, 358, 370, 432, 

529. 

Connett, John. 528. 
Connick, Thomas, 342. 
Constable. Dr. John. 473. 545, 546. 
Content, Moses. 418, 470. 
Conway, Cornelius, 396, 526. 
Conway, Morgan, 288. 
Conway, Peter, 454. 
Conyn, Capt. Peter, 547, 549. 



566 



INDEX. 



Cooe, James, 264. 

Cooe, Joseph, 260. 

Cook, Benjamin, 5. 

Cook, David, 5. 

Cook, Elkanah, 19, 30, 40, 53, 272. 

Cook, George, 51. 

Cook, Isaac, 4, 26, 47. 

Cook, Jacob, 304. 

Cook, John, 352, 392. 

Cook, Nathaniel, 4, 28, 70, 142, 224. 

Cook, Obadiah, 131. 

Cook, Richard, 174, 296. 

Cook, Robert, 17, 19, 40. 

Cook, Capt. Silas, 207, 285. 

Cook, Waitstill, 4, 27, 48, 198. 

Cooker, Ezekiel, 202. 

Cooley, Andrew, 20, 31, 49. 

Cooley, Benjamin, 288. 

Coone, Frederick. 230. 

Coone, George, 292. 

Coone, John, 3, 194. 

Cooney, George, 248. 

Cooney, Patrick, 346, 438. 

Cooper, Ananias, 286. 

Cooper, Ebenezer, 204, 326. 

Cooper, George, 246, 486. 

Cooper, Henry, 336. 

Cooper. Jason, 5, 27, 48. 

Cooper, John, 144, 222. 

Cooper, Nicholas, 316. 

Cooper, Obadiah, 144. 

Cooper, Richard, 400. 

Cooper, Simon, 128, 194, 284. 

Cooper, Thomas, 294. 

Cooper, Zephaniah, 16. 

Coovert, Lucas, 66, 76. 

Coovert, Teunis, 66, 76, 262. 

Cor [ ], Conrad, 378. 

Cora, Anthony, 420. 

Corand, Anthony, 374. 

Corbett, James, 5. 

Corbett, John, 250, 394. 

Corbett, William, 320. 

Corey, Zophar, 128. 

Cork, Peter, 120, 

Corley, Thomas, 527. 

Cornelison, John, 170, 529. 

Cornelius, David, 156. 

Cornell, Edward, 64, 74. 

Cornell, James, indian, 64, 76. 

Cornish. John, 124. 

Cornwall, Edward, 84. 

Cornwell, Enoch, 108, 322. 434. 

Cornwell, Capt. Samuel, 143, 153, 225, 

229, 243. 
Corsa, Col. Isaac. 8, 22, 45, 233, 245, 

505, 510, 519, 520, 521, 524, 542, 

545- 
Corsa, Lieut. Teunis, 413, 473, 490, 

547- 



Corsen, Capt. Jacob, 55, 169, 247 

Corson, Cornelius, 527. 

Cort, Nicholas, 118. 

Corts, David, 82. 

Corwin, Edward, 234. 

Corwin, Elnathan, 126, 232. 

Corwin, Joshua, 128. 

Corwin, Stephen, 128. 

Corwin, William, 232. 

Cosby, Michael, 302. 

Cosel, John, 314. 

Cosgrove, Cornelius, 133. 

Cosgrove, Hugh, 364. 

Cosine, Daniel, 80. 

Cosine, Jacob, 120. 

Cosle, Joseph, 322. 

Coslea, Francisco, mulatto, 304. 

Cosman, Goeliff, 6. 

Cosman, John, 76. 

Cossiboom, David, 62. 

Cossiboom, Ephraim, 62. 

Cossiboom, Jacob, 194, 226. 

Costigan, John, 484. 

Costigan, Patrick, 372. 

Cotter, James, 488. 

Cotton, Samuel, 17, 50. 

Cottrell, Thomas, 200, 282. 

Cough, Nicholas, 388. 

Coughlan, Simeon, 30. 

Coulter, Alexander, 114. 

Coulter, John, 51, 306, 398, 528. 

Coursen, John, 302, 484. 

Courier, William, 156. 

Covell, Simeon, 266. 

Covell, Zeth, 264. 

Covert, Dennis, 5. 27, 48. 

Cowen, James, 264. 

Cowie, James, 456. 

Cowles, John, 7. 

Cowley, Andrew, no. 

Cowman, John M., 274. 

Cox, Charles, 208. 

Cox, George, 486. 

Cox, Hamilton, I. 

Cox, John. 1 20, 426. 

Cox, Lieut., 299. 

Cox, Richard, 144. 

Cox, Thomas. 296. 

Cox, Lieut. William, 545. 

Coxhead, John, 354. 

Coxwell, Samuel, 264. 

Coy, Josiah, 478. 

Coyes, Benjamin, 16, 50. 

Coyle, James, 232. 

Cozzens, John, 378. 

Cradock, William, 114. 

Craft, Abraham, 102. 

Craft, Henry, 244, 356. 

Craft, Isaac, 74. 

Craft, Jacob, 290. 



INDEX. 



567 



Craft, Joseph. 454, 529. 

Crmgo, Thomas, 52. 

Craig. Robert, 280. 

Crain. Thomas, 368. 

Cram, Capt Joseph, 547. 

Cramer, John Jacob. 172. 

Cramer, Michael. 133, 174, 364. 

Cramer, Nicholas, 260. 

Cramer, Simon, 338. 

Crumpton, liaison, 442. 

Crane, Capt. Joseph. 108. 

Crane, Capt. Zebulon, 99, 101, 177, 

325 

Crans, Michael, 398. 
Cranwell. Daniel, 54. 
Cratch, John, 280. 
Craty, Peter. 6, 34, 39. 
Craw, see Crow. 
Crawford, David, 3, 10, 21, 35, 37, 42, 

46. 90. 

Crawford, Israel, 432. 
Crawford, John. 82, 90. 
Crawford, Joseph, 482. 
Crawford. Lieut., 81. 
Crawford, Robert. 486. 
Crawford, Lieut. Robert, 521, 539, 543. 
Crawford, Samuel, 90. 
Crawford, Thomas, 230. 
Crawford, William, 90, 308, 400, 530. 
Creed, Augustine, 70. 
Creed, Lieut. Lodowick, 524. 
Crenogle. George, 442. 
Cress, Bastian, 290. 
Crew, George, 60. 
Cribb. John, 162. 
Cribel, Francis, 3, 14, 21, 36, 37, 42, 

46. 

Crifts. George, 440. 
Crimpack, Julian Caspar, 462. 
Crippen. John, 380. 525. 
Crispin, Joseph. 146. 
Crispin, Samuel, 278. 
Crissling, John, 310. 
Crist. George, 346. 
Crites. George, 290. 
Croasdale, b'ben, 410. 
Creates, Lewis, 528. 
Crocheron. Daniel, 55, 168. 
Crocker, Ebenezer, 16. 17, 50. 
Crockford, Thomas, 344 
Crodis, John, 3. 
Crohon, Dennis, 51, 52, 154. 
Croker, Bened:ct, 284. 
Crolius. Peter. 206. 
Crom, William. 158. 
Crommelin. C:ipt., 309. 
Cromwell. Oliver, 268. 
Cromwell, Thomas, 182, 324, 358, 430, 

526. 
Cronck, Tcunis, 312. 



Cronk, Adam, 64, 76. 

Cronkright, Abraham, 106, 186; 

Cronkright, Henry, 9, 23. 

Cronkright, Jacobus, 318. 

Cronkritjht, Sybert, 106. 

Cronkright, Teunis, 530. 

Crons, Stephen, 258. 

Crook, John. 19. 

Crook, William, 198. 

Crocker. Hersdick, 206. 

Crooks, William. 292, 494. 

Crook son, John. 80. 

Croon, John, 288. 

Croos, Michael. 336. 

Crosby, Ebenezer, 31, 49. 

Crosby, Elijah, 414. 

Crosby, Michael, 174, 302, 384, 460. 

Crosby, Reuben, 112. 

Crosby, Theodorus, 264, 527. 

Croser, Joseph, 494. 

Crosie, Lewis, 344. 

Cross, George, 378, 480. 

Cross, John, 148. 

Cross, Joseph, 152. 

Cross, Lewis, 226. 

Cross, Michael, 150, 526. 

Cross. Robert, 208, 464. 

Crouch, Christopher, 20, 31, 49, 204, 

238, 386. 

Crouch, David, 20. 
Grouse, George. 52. 
Crouse, Peter, 60, 252. 
Grouse. Stephen, 258. 
Crow, Isaac, 266, 414, 456. 
Crow, Jesse, 478, 482. 
Crow, John, 394, 456. 
Crow, Joseph 112, 456. 
Crow, Michael, 178. 
Crowder, Anthony, 86. 
Crowder, William, 3, 14, 21, 36, 38, 

42, 47, 248. 
Crowell, John, 486. 
Crowfoot, Samuel, 98. 
Crowley. Jeremiah, 346, 525. 
Crown Point, expedition to, 501, 503, 

504. 55- 506. 

Cruger, John, 419. 524. 529, 533. 
Crupp, Valentine, 529. 
Crydeman, Filde, 120. 
Crytes, Lodowick, 414, 458. 
Cudney, Jeremiah, 316. 
Cuff, mulatto, 130. 
Cuff, John. 392. 
Cuff. Mordecai. 5. 
CufTee, Absalom, 284. 
Cuffee, Cuffee, 206, 284. 
Cuffee, Peter. 284. 
Cuffee. Thomas, mus'ee, 240, 282, 286, 

384- 
Culver, James, 204. 



5 68 



INDEX. 



Culver, Timothy, 384. 

Culverwell, Michael, 488. 

Cummings, Asa, no, 264. 

Cummings, Ebenezer, 268. 

Cummings, Samuel, 20, 31. 

Cummings, William, 412. 

Cunningham, Ezekiel, 87. 

Cunningham, James, 162, 276. 

Cunningham, John, 62, 314. 

Cunningham, Moses, 330. 559. 

Cunningham, Obadiah, 88, 90, 378. 

Cunningham, Stephen, 100. 

Curlee, Nicholas, 538. 

Curre, Compt. Andrew, 20, 32, 49. 

Curreng, Anthony, 430. 

Current, Thomas, 428. 

Currin, Michael, 360. 

Curwin, Simon, 406. 

Cur win, William, 406. 

Curry, Charles, 462. 

Curry, Elijah, 18, 30, 40. 

Curry, James, 80, 178, 274, 318, 372, 

474- 

Curry, John, 238, 398. 
Curry, Thomas, 302. 
Curtis, Coleman, 156. 
Curtis, Elidad, 5, 27, 48. 
Curtis, Ethan, 4, 26, 47. 
Curtis, Nathaniel, 16, 50. 
Curtis, Niniad, 156. 
Cuthbertson, William, 488. 
Cutler, Increase, 186, 318. 
Cutler, John, 410. 
Cuttrack, John, 294. 
Cuyler, Harmanus, 86. 

Daggett, Matthew; 266, 456. 
Dakret, William, 2. 
Dalliday, John, 388, 430. 
Daly, Benjamin, 272, 460. 
Daly, Edward, 148. 
Daly, James, 530. 
Daly. John, 260, 376. 
Daly, Joseph, 114, 172, 298 ; 
Daly, Joshua, 138, 481. 
Daly, Justus, 17, 50. 
Daly, Peter, 448. 
Daly, Samuel, 262. 
Dan, Charles, 46. 
Dan, Jonathan, 358, 434. 
Dance, John, 476. 
Dance, William, 438. 
Dands, Christopher, 57. 
Dandy, John, 254. 
Daniel, Indian, 124. 
Daniels, Henry, 276. 
Daniels, John, 436. 
Daniels, Johnson, 178. 
Daniels, Thomas, 102. 
Daniels, William, 180. \ t 



Dans, Daniel, 152. 

Darby, John, 2, 44, 150. 

Darby, Joseph, 68, 78. 140. 

Darby, Thomas, 306, 376, 526, 528. 

Darcy, John, 308. 

Darling, Benjamin, 270, 529. 

Darling, Ephraim, 264. 

Darwell, James, 7, 34, 39. 

Dauf, Jacob, 174. 

David, indian, 238, 406. 

David, Edward, 140. 

David, Thomas, 354. 

Davidge, Thomas, 456. 

Davids, Lodowick, 84. 

Davids, Thomas, 192. 

Davids, William, 310, 360. 

Davis, Andries, 56. 

Davis, Benjamin, 152, 196. 

Davis, Ebenezer, 16, 17, 50. 

Davis, Edward, 8, 34, 39, 51. 

Davis, Jacob, 490. 

Davis, Jacobus, 396. 

Davis, James. 188, 444. 

Davis, Jedadiah, 266, 390. 

Davis, John, 6, 8, 34, 40, 66, 76, 146, 

152, 166, 172, 406, 494. 
Davis, Jonathan, 124, 237. 
Davis, Lieut. Jonathan, 544. 
Davis, Joseph, 84, 529. 
Davis, Matthew, 284. 
Davis, Peter, 5, 26, 48, 426. 
Davis, Rice, 228. 
Davis, Capt. S., 199, 241. 
Davis, Samuel, 398, 462, 526, 528. 
Davis, Silas, 124. 
Davis, Solomon, 542. 
Davis, Thomas, 438, 529. 
Davis, William, 120, 150, 244, 362. 
Davison, Benjamin, 374. 
Davison, Daniel, 18, 41. 
Davison, James, 527. 
Davison, Norman, 422. 
Davison, Samuel, 490. 
Daw, Samuel, 526. 
Dawson, Daniel, 52. 
Dawson, Frederick, 378. 
Dawson, George. 68, 144, 244. 
Dawson, Henry, 60, 228, 298, 356. 
Dawson, Capt. Henry, 342, 419, 472, 

537, 546, 547- 
Day, James, 410. 
Day, Samuel, 250. 
Day, William, 262. 
Dayton, Abraham, 128. 
Dayton, Lieut. Abraham, 407, 469, 

547- 

Dayton, David. 180. 
Dayton, Hezekiah, 234. 
Dayton, Israel, 4, 26. 
Dayton, Stephen, 238. 



INDEX. 



569 



Dayton. Thomas, 529. 

Dean, Charles, 3, 14, 21, 35, 37, 42. 

Dean, Daniel. 72. 192. 

Dean, Ephraim. 16, 51. 

Dean, Francis, 394. 

Dean. Hector, 142. 

Dean, Henry. 440. 

Dean, Henry, mulatto, Il6, 118, 302, 

368. 

Dean, James, 150. 
Dean, John, 266, 440. 
Dean, Lieut. John, 227, 353, 355. 545. 
Dean, Jonathan, 533. 
Dean, Joshua, 94, 216. 
Dean, Stephen, 214. 
Dean, Thomas, 489. 
Dean, William. 10, 21. 35, 38. 
Debarer, Anthony, 174. 
Decker, Cornelius, 87. 
Decker, Daniel, 7. 
Decker, David. 8, 34. 
Decker, Gabriel. 87. 
Decker, Gerrit, 444. 
Decker, Jacob, 328. 
Decker, John, 87, 156, 218, 278, 328, 

530. 

Decker, Jonathan, 92. 
Decker, Joshua, 484. 
Decker, Lawrence, 154. 
Decker, Peter, 396. 528. 
De Clark, Jacobus, 402. 
Dee. Elijah, 282. 
Defanvie, Peter, 344. 
De Favent, Adam. 346. 
Defavette, Peter, 133, 252. 
De Forest, Capt Abraham, 212, 292, 

374. 422, 436. 443. 472, 49 8 - 521, 

525. 527, 542. 545. 546, 549. 550. 
Defour. Peter. 424. 

De Friez, John, indian, 334, 404, 460. 
De Garmo. Capt. John, 249, 363. 417, 

44. 473. 475. 492, 537. 539. 54, 

551- 

De Graff, Johannes, 58, 59. 
De Graw, Lieut. Isaac, 122. 
De Groot, Garrit, 300. 
De Groot, Robert, 55. 
Degrove, Michael. 118. 
Deharwix, Augustus, 354. 
De Jersey. John, 334. 
De Kay, Capt. Thomas, 87, 155, 329. 
Delamater, Capt.. 255, 261, 273. 
De Lancey, Lieut. Gov. James.. 4, 89, 

95, 161. 502. 511, 512. 513, 5^4, 5>5. 

57. 5i8. 519. 520, 523. 
De Lancey, Col. Oliver, 86, 119. 123, 

134. 501. 507. 510, 513. 517. 
Delaney, John, 490. 
Delaney, Patrick, 292, 368, 474. 
Delanue, Peter, 170. 



Delavan, Timothy, 104. 184, 360. 

De Lavergne, Lieut. Lewis, 521, 541. 

De I-avergne. Nicholas, 19. 

De Lear, John, 106. 

Delegal, John. 354. 

Delfort, John. 374. 

Delis, Claudis, 238. 

De Lure, Harmanus. 106. 

Demarest, John, 135, 158. 

Demmon, Justus, 360. 446. 

Demott, Abram, 68, 78. 

Demott, John, 444. 

Demott, Nicholas, 60. 

Dempsey, George, 354, 376, 480. 

Denison, Christopher, 282. 

Denison, Daniel, 17. 

Dennis, Capt., 177. 

Dennis, John, 440. 

Dennis, John, indian, 308. 

Dennis, Stephen, 316. 

Dennis, Thomas, ~o. 

Denniston, Lieut. Alexander, 4%?. 

Denniston, James, 8, 24, 45, 362, 454. 

Denniston, John, 386. 

Denniston, Peter, 538. 

Denniston, William, 482. 

Denny, Nathaniel, 30. 

Denny, Nicholas, 89. 

Denny, William, 128. 

Denslow, Ichabod, 144. 

Dentfield. Jonathan. 300. 

Denton, John, 60, 529. 

Denton, Lieut. Joseph, 521, 541. 

De Peyster, Gerardus, 428. 

De Peyster, Capt. Isaac, 173. 

De Peyster, Capt. James, 512. 

De Peyster, John, 22, 25, 29. 35, 37, 

40, 41, 43, 44. 45. 46, 49. 5*. 52. 
Depome, Redmond, 374, 480. 
Deport, Peter, 352, 374. 
Depue, Abraham, 106, 186, 390, 434. 
Depue, John, 112, 184. 
Depue, Nicholas, 106. 186, 320, 388. 
Depue, William, 106, 529. 
Derbyshire, William, 184, 320, 434. 
Derry, Henry. 186, 368, 434. 
Desbrosses, Capt. Elias, 165, 173, 303, 

309, 516. 

Dever. Patrick, 44. 
Devereaux, James, 302, 526. 
De Voe, Abraham, 192. 
Dewey, Israel, 204, 282. 
Dewey, William, 16, 50, 282. 
De \Vitt. Capt.. 257. 261. 
De Witt, Daniel, 7. 34, 39, 218, 530. 
De Witt, Egbert, 57. 
De Witt. Ezekiel, 58. 
De Witt, Garton, 57. 
De Witt, Henry, 218, 530. 
De Witt, Lieut. Jacob R., 522, 540. , 



570 



INDEX. 



De Witt, John, 7, 34, 58, 446. 

De Witt, Lucas, 58. 

De Witt, Patrick, 530. 

De Witt, Peack, 258. 

De Witt, Petrus, 58. 

De Wolf, Stephen, 432. 

Dey, David, 246. 

Dey, John, 466. 

Dey, Jonathan, 152. 

Dey, Peter, 16, 50. 

Dibble. George, ig. 31, 49. 

Dibble, Sineus, I2g. 

Diblin, James, 208. 

Dice, Capt., 303, 309. 

Dice, John, 496. 

Dice, Matthew, 252, 370. 

Dick, Nicholas, 278. 

Dickens, Joseph, 104. 

Dickerson, Capt., 265. 

Dickerson, George, no. 

Dickerson, James, 350. 

Dickerson, Jeremiah, 202, 234. 

Dickerson, Jonathan, 468. 

Dickerson, Samuel, 234, 312, 360, 422, 

530. 

Dickinson, Lieut. Gabriel, 105, 539. 
Dickinson, Joshua, 380. 
Dickinson, Tobias, 530. 
Dickinson, Vassel, 476. 
Dickson, James, 184. 
Dickson, John, 360. 
Dickson, Joseph. 186. 
Dickson, Nathan, 104. 
Dickson, Thaddeus, 320. 
Dickson, William, 186. 
Diego, John, negro, 420. 
Diggins, Arnils, 322. 
Diggins, Dominie, 262. 
Dilkins, Thomas, 112. 
Dillaway, William, 412, 456. 
Dillingham, Stephen, 529. 
Dillon, Edward, 132, 212, 390, 528. 
Dimock, Samuel, 98, 266. 
Dimock. Capt. Samuel, 19, 30, 48, 498, 

501. 

Dingman, John, 428. 
Dirck, Jacob, 226. 
Ditmus. Lieut. Douwe, 64, 74. 
Diver, Andrew, 94. 
Diver, Edward, 533. 
Divine, Barnaby, 494. 
Divine, Nathaniel, 20, 31. 
Divine, Samuel, 462, 486. 
Divour, George, 192, 230, 354, 480. 
Dixon, George, 302. 
Dixon, Robert. 300, 366, 424. 
Dixon, William, 478, 482. 
Doan, James, 184. 
Dobbins, Henry. 154, 404. 
Dobbins, James, loo. 



Dobbins, Leonard, 446. 

Dobbins, William, 488. 

Dobbs, Abraham, 182. 

Dobbs, William, 158. 

Dodge, Isaac, 240. 

Dodson, Jonathan, 132. 

Dolby, George, 306. 

Dolby, John, 2, 44. 

Dolph, Gideon, 176, 324, 530 

Dolph, Jesse, 96. 

Dolph, Stephen, 142. 

Dominick, George, 114. 

Donaldson, John, 528. 

Donbery, Peter, 528. 

Done, James, 320, 390. 

Donean, John, 533. 

Doney, John, 294. 

Dongan, Col. Thomas, 518. 

Donnel, Augustus, 133. 

Donnelly, Andrew, 488. 

Donnelly, Daniel, 298. 

Donnelly, Hugh, 140, 222. 

Donnelly, James, 448, 492. 

Donnelly, Malachi, 474. 

Donnelly, Michael, 372, 474. 

Donnelly, Peter, 304, 344. 

Donner, John, 354. 

Donaldson, Henry, 448. 

Donaldson, James, 340. 

Donaldson, John, 436. 

Donovan, Patrick, 292. 

Dooley. Michael, 236. 

Doolittle, Michael, 26, 47. 

Dopking, Henry, 488. 

Doran, Edward, 172, 296, 525. 

Doran, Francis, 304, 394, 525. 

Doran, John, 252. 

Doran , Martin, 374, 422. 

Doran, Michael, 2, 44, 476, 527. 

Dorman, Daniel, 170. 

Dorman, Edward, 250. 

Dorson, Edward, 90. 

Dorson, Frederick, 274. 

Dorus, Richard, 20, 32, 49. 

Doty, John, 56, 59, 148. 

Dougherty, Charles, 250, 368, 480. 

Dougherty, Hugh, i, 43. 

Dougherty, James, 154, 224, 278, 354, 

406. 436. 526, 527. 
Dougherty, John, 492. 
Dougherty, Michael, 242. 
Dougherty, Thomas, 55, 152, 166, 246, 

350. 

Doughty, Abner, 264. 
Doughty, George, 228, 354. 
Doughty, Isaiah, 242.244. 340, 354,527. 
Doughty, William, 68, 78. 
Douglass, James, 162, 484. 
Douw, Volckert P., 35, 36, 37, 53,418, 

478. 



INDEX. 



571 



DOYC, William. 200. 

Dow, Joseph, 127. 

Dow, Nathan, 232. 

)>owd, Michael, 366, 480. 

Dowdell. Charles, I, 2. 

Dowtlell, James. 7, 19, 29, 40, 53, 150, 

270. 414. 

Dower, Marline, 414. 
Down, James. 128. 
Downard. William. 6. 34, 39. 
Downer, Stephen, 20, 31, 48, 204. 
Downing, Henry, 206. 
Downing, John. 410. 
Downing, Roger, 8. 25, 45. 
Downs, Micah, 128. 
Downs, Michael, 100. 
Doxey, Henry, 62. 
Doxey, John, 62, 64. 74. 
Doyle, John, 210. 378, 438. 
Drake, Edward, 360. 
Drake. Gerardus, 102. 
Drake, Capt. Gilbert, 83, 313, 329, 

337- 

Drake, John, 232. 
Drake, Oglesby, 392, 528. 
Draper, James, 268. 
Drayton, Thomas 422. 
Dreaf, Joseph, 416. 
Drewit, James, 298. 
Drinkwater, Thomas, 20, 31. 
Drombcrger, Frederick, 276. 
Drum, Simon, 300. 
Drummond. John, 222, 366, 480. 
Duane, Lieut. Cornelius, 539. 
Dublin, James, 528. 
Du Bois, Capt., 167, 247, 251, 279, 

512. 

Du Bois, Capt. Eleazar, 263, 269. 
Du Bois, Jacobus, 396. 
Du Bois, Lewis, 452. 
Du Bois, Matthew, 19. 
Du Bois, Capt. Peter, 263, 521, 539, 

541, 542, 546, 548. 
Du Bois, Randal, 212. 
Du Bois, Thomas, 150. 
Du Bois, Walter. 524. 
Duchett, Andrew, 168. 
Ducke, Joseph, 162. 
Dudley, John. 4, 26, 48. 
Dudley, Josiah, 5, 27. 
Dudley, Zebuion, 20, 31, 48. 
Duffy, Francis, 7,34, 40, 52, 170, 342, 

480. 

Duffy, Peter, 224. 524. 
Duffy, Robert, 332. 
Dugan, Christopher, 490. 
Dugan, Cornelius, 344. 438. 
Dugan, Patrick. 9, 24. 
Dumond. Hermanus. 58. 
Dumont, Lieut. Peter, 521. 



Dunbar, George, 68. 
Dunbar, Capt. George. 139. 242, 357, 
418, 521, 525, 528, 541, 544, 547. 

549- 

Dunhar, John, 3, 12, 22. 
Dunbar. Matthew, 52. 
Dunbar, Thomas. 87. 
Dung, Simon, 127. 
Dunham, Ebenezer, 16. 
Dunham, Nathaniel, iS. 30, 40, 53. 
Dunlap. Alexander, 274. 
Dunlap, James, 216, 400, 462, 482, 

528. 

Dunmore, Jonathan, 244. 
Dunn. Dennis, 272, 356. 
Dunn, James, 164. 
Dunn, John, 529. 
Dunn, Thomas, 354. 
Dunn, William, 168. 
Dunning, Jonathan, 490. 
Dunning. Samuel, 490. 
Dunphy, Edward, 18, 30, 40, 53, 82. 
Dunphy, John, 342. 
Dunscomb, Dennis, 296. 
Dunscomb, John, 292. 
Dunstable. Charles, 342. 
Dunyans. Conrad, 150, 240, 286. 350. 
Duran, Francis, 424. 
Durell, David, 324. 
Durham, James, 250. 
Durkee, Robert, 17, 51. 
Durkee, Timothy, 5, 27. 
Durose, Charles, 372. 
Durston, Charles, 302. 
Duryea, Lieut. Roelef, 139, 221, 521, 

541. 544- 

Dusenberry, Peter, 102. 

Dutcher, Abraham, 84, 182, 312, 360, 
480. 

Dutcher, Barent, 190, 312. 

Dutcher. Isaac. 155. 

Dutcher, Roelef, 250. 

Dutchess County, muster rolls of troops 
from. 1755, 18 ; 1758, 108; 1760, 
254, 258, 262, 268, 525 ; 1761. 380, 
393.412, 527. 528; 1762. 445. 450; 
militia ordered into service, 505. 507, 
509, 517 ; officers commissioned for, 
54', 545, 546 ; warrants to pay bounty 
and enlistment money, 547-551. 

Dutchess, Isaac, 86. 

Dutton, Charles. 5. 

Duval, Jacques, 180. 

Dwers, George, 82. 

Dwyer, Edward, 292, 362. 

Dwyer, John. 68, 78. 

Dyckman. Isaac, 310, 529. 

Dye. see Dey. 

Dyer, Lieut. Ebenezer, 4, 26. 

Dyer, Edward, 376. 



572 INDEX. 



Dyer, Matthew, 232. 
Dyke, Nathaniel, 5, 27-48. 

Eagan, Philip, 430. 

Eames, Benjamin, 132. 

Earl, Capt., 265, 271. 

Earl, Moses, 5, 28, 47. 

Earl, Nathaniel, 264. 

Earl, William, 112. 

Early, Edward, 216, 398. 

Early, George, 120, 144. 

Earn, Myer, 416. 

Earnest, Daniel, 452. 

Earnest, Valentine, 416. 

Ease, Matthew, 146. 

Eastman, Tilton, 262. 

Eastman, William, 262. 

Eastwick, Stephen, 150, 436. 

Eato, Henry, mustee, 70. 

Eaton, Aaron, ]6. 

Ebbet, Moses, 494. 

Ebbie, John, 250. 

Ecker, Oliver, 260. 

Eckerson, Johannes, 6. 

Ecklaer, Henry, 290. 

Eddy, Abner, 112. 

Eddy, Elisha, 238. 

Eddy, James, 468. 

Edwards, Abraham, 89, 128. 

Edwards, Anthony, 210. 

Edwards, Benaiah, 16, 50, 234. 

Edwards, Capt., 263. 

Edwards, Ichabod, 130, 204, 284. 

Edwards, James, 490. 

Edwards, John, 170, 172, 178, 200, 

282, 306, 310, 386, 460, 528. 
Edwards, Prince, 214. 
Edwards, Richard, 408. 
Edwards, Robert, 150, 244, 356. 
Egbert, Daniel, 55. 
Egeles, Albert, 340. 
Eggleston, Ambrose, 202. 
Eggleston, John, 20, 31, 49. 
Eklin, Francis, 492. 
Elback, Joseph, 340. 
Elfeng, Frans J. S., 2. 
Eligh, George, 52. 
Elkanah, mustee, 60. 
Eller, Peter, 396. 
Ellet, Henry, 394. 
Elliot, Francis, 400, 528. 
Elliot, George, 258. 
Elliot, John, 23, 45, 318. 
Elliot, Joseph, 130. 
Elliot, Robert, 300. 
Ellis, Capt., 91. 
Ellis, Jacob, no. 
Ellis, John, 152, 492. 
Ellis, Lazarus, 266. 
Ellis, Levi, 148. 



Ellis, Thomas, 488. 

Ellison, Captain, 91, 217. 

Ellison, Cornelius. 424. 

Ellison, Dennis, 450. 

Ellison, James, 154. 

Ellison, John, 488. 

Ellison, Col. Thomas, 518, 539. 

Ellison, William, 458, 480. 

Elms, George, 92, 464. 

Elsworth, George, 120, 140. 

Elsworth, Henry, 220, 394. 

Elsworth, John, 484. 

Elsworth, Nicholas, 5, 27. 

Elsworth, Samuel, 90, 220. 

Elsworth, Theophilus, 402. 

Elsworth, Thomas, 526. 

Elsworth, Capt. Verdine, 521, 539, 

541, 542, 549- 
Elsworth, William, 525. 
Elves, Francis, 214, 348. 
Embry, Capt. Joseph, 8l, 179. 
Etnegia, Johannes, 290. 
Emerson, Joseph, 234. 
Emery, William. 133, 342. 
Emmit, Teunis, 86. 
Emmott, James, 208, 296. 
Emory, Lieut. Robert, 521, 541. 
England, William, 494. 
English, Benjamin, 402. 
English, Jacob, 6. 
English, William, 208, 394. 
Ennis, George, 350. 
Ennis, Patrick, 162. 
Ennis, William, 56. 
Enporour, Adam, 314. 
Ensign, Joseph, 306. 
Envoldson, John C , 170. 
Erganbergh, Michael, 278. 
Erhart, John, 3, 14, 21, 35, 38, 41, 46, 

366. 

Erhart, William, 140. 
Erkson, Hendrick, 44. 
Erwin, Lieut. Edward, 94. 
Erwin, Jacob, 133. 
Erwin, Robert, 94, 374, 422. 
Erwin, William, 470, 474, 498. 
Estel, Griffe, 58. 
Evans, Henry, 142. 
Evans, James, 346. 
Evans, John, 116, 120, 148, 238, 312, 

388, 452, 460, 526, 527, 528. 
Evans, Robert, 306. 
Evans, Samuel, 166. 
Evans, Silvanus, 300. 
Evans, Thomas, 112, 238. 
Evans, William, 250, 527. 
Everitt, Richard, 60, 68, 78, 232. 
Everson, Thomas, 89. 
Evert, Martin, 164. 
Every, Alexander, 218. 



INDEX. 



573 



Eves, Edmond, 438. 
Ewell, John, 294. 
Kwell, Nehemiah, 528. 
Ewen, William, 526. 
Kyanson, Daniel, 136, 481. 
Eynman, Abraham, 412. 
Eyres, see Ayres. 

Fagan, John, 142, 224. 

Fagan, Joseph, 412. 

Fairbairn, George, 348. 

Fairchild. Jesse, 264. 

Fairweather, Richard, 489. 

Falada, Zacchaeus, 87. 

Falbart, William, 496. 

hall, John, 212. 

Fanning, Richard, 220. 

Fanning, Samuel, 394. 

Fantiman, Samuel, 222. 

Farley, George. 376. 

Farlie, Lieut. James, 545. 

Farmer, Capt. Jasper, 512. 

Farmer, Thomas, 242, 306. 

Farmer, William, 488. 

Farnell, Nathaniel 530. 

Farner, Peter, 528. 

Farnum, Eliab, 20, 31, 48. 

Farr, William, 304. 

Farrell, John, 356. 

Farrington, Daniel, 390, 430. 

Farrington. Robert, 80, 462. 

Farrington, Thomas, 72, 226, 352. 

Faulkner, Capt., 483. 

Faulkner, John, 448, 488. 537. 

Faulkner, Robert, 388, 480. 

Faulkner, William, 484. 

Faveral, John, 300. 

Faverois, Peter, 3, 12, 21, 36, 38, 41, 

46. 

Feazer, Thomas, 426. 
Fee, Peter, 480. 
Feger, John Swart, 214. 
Felix, Matthew, 414. 
Fellpack, John, 148. 
Felmer, George 216. 
Fclmer, Uri, 398. 
Femont, Frederick, 527. 
Felter, Johannes, 94, 216. 
Fenton, Elisha, 451. 
Fenton, John, 452. 
Fenton, Stephen, 108, 266, 452. 
Ferdinand, John, 480. 
Ferguson, Elijah, 174. 
Ferguson, Enos, 260. 
Ferguson, George, 218, 396. 
Ferguson, James, 386. 
Ferguson, John, 224, 252, 254. 
Ferguson, Leonard, 260. 
Ferguson, Peter, 324. 
Ferguson, Robert, 216, 464. 



Ferguson, William, 2, 414, 528. 

Ferrari, Rignig, 526, 528. 533. 

Ferrier, Robert, 216, 398. 

Fcrril, John, 114. 

Ferris, John, 324. 

Ferris. Joseph, 527. 

Ferris, Moses, 96. 

Ferris, Patrick. 194. 

Ferris, Timothy, 72. 

Ferris, William, 260. 

Ferron, Daniel, 484. 

Ferry, John, 240. 

Fiderly, Henry, 292. 

Field, Daniel, 226. 

Field, Dennis, 62. 

Field, Ebenezer, 198. 

Field, John, 128, 326. 

Fielding, William, 444. 

Fier, Leonard, 360, 430. 

Fight, Michael, 174. 

Fight, Nicholas, 72. 

File, Peter, 422. 

Filer, Thomas, 129, 202. 

Finch, David, 324. 

Finch, James, 156, 328. 

Finch, Jeremiah, 70. 

Finch, John, 452. 

Finch, Nathaniel, 188, 390. 

Finch, Samuel, 316, 530. 

Finch, Solomon, 486. 

Finch, William, 390. 

Findle, Anthony, 352. 

Fingue, John, 250. 

Fink, Joseph, 138, 481. 

Finley. James, 19, 29, 41, 53, 380. 

Finney, Daniel, 260. 

Finney, George, 474, 527. 

Finton, see Fenton. 

Firth, William, 23. 

Fish, David, 142. 

Fish, Robert, mulatto, 88. 

Fishback, Joel, 442. 

Fisher, Christian, 294. 

Fisher, Christopher, 527. 

Fisher, David, 310. 

Fi>her, House, 342, 420. 

Fisher, Jacob, 194. 

Fisher, James, 156, 330. 

Fisher, John, 116, 172, 524. 

Fisher, Lieut. John, 166, 305, 545. 

Fisher, Matthew, 9, 24, 45. 

Fisher, Moses, 20, 31, 49. 

Fisher, Nathan, 20, 31. 

Fisher. Robin, indian, 127. 

Fisherman, Jehu, indian, 466. 

Fisk, Nathan, 380. 

Fitch, Major Eleazar, 501, 505. 

Fitch, Elijah, 16, 17. 

Fitch, Joseph. 6, 33, 39. 

Fitch, Gov. Thomas, 6. 



574 



INDEX. 



Fitchett, Abraham, i6S, 304, 360, 430. 

Fitchett, Heinrich. 8. 39. 

Fitchett, Joseph, 462. 

Fix, Adam, 370. 

Fitzgerald, John, 252, 364, 386, 488, 

514, 527. 

Fitzgerald, Patrick, 8, 24. 45. 
Fitzgerald, Thomas, 168, 246, 350, 440. 
Fitzpatrick, Dennis, 280. 
Fitzpatrick, John, 288. 
Fitzpatrick, Joseph, 412. 
Fitzpatrick, Lieut. Joseph, 421, 472, 

488. 

Fitzwalter, George, 140. 
Flagg, Benjamin, 33. 
Flail, Noah, 525. 

Flanagan, Hugh, 3, 12. 21, 35, 41, 46. 
Flanagan, Thomas, 86. 
Flee, Joseph, 264. 
Fleming, Alexander, 55. 
Fleming, Andrew, 140. 
Fleming, Francis, 250, 364. 
Fleming, James, 480. 
Fleming, John, 6, 34, 39, 52, 228, 376, 

422, 530. 

Fleming, Thomas, 300, 530. 
Flenningham, James, 248. 
Fletcher, Alexander, 324. 
Fletcher, Richard, 114. 
Fletcher, Thomas, 55. 
Fling, Daniel. 472, 498. 
Fling, Edward, 386. 
Fling, John, 9, 24, 45, 218, 398, 456. 
Flinn, John, 342, 422, 488. 
Flint, Abraham. 128. 
Flint, Adam, 290. 
Flint, Nathan, 8, 22, 45. 
Flint, Lieut. Nathan, 101, 179, 521, 

539. 542. 

Flint, Silas, 182, 318. 
Flore, Joseph, 338. 
Florris, John, 492. 
Floyd, Harry, indian, 64, 76. 
Floyd, Col. Richard, 505, 512, 517. 
Fock, Johan Jurigh. 3. 
Folck, Philip, 290. 
Follard, Nicholas, 3, 12, 21, 35, 37, 41, 

46. 

Follier, Jacob, 290, 
Folliot, John, 496. 
Fonda, Lieut. Jellis, I, 43. 
Forbes, Daniel, 164, 302, 348, 526. 
Forbes, Duncan, 172. 
Forbes, Wil'iam, 196, 340, 408, 446. 
Forbush. Jacob, 438. 
Ford, Daniel, 16, 17, 51. 
Ford, Jesse, 196. 
Ford, John, 234, 448. 
Ford, Joseph, 152. 
Ford, Thomas, 230, 434. 



Fordenkroogh, Hendrick, I2O, 144. 

Fordham, Josiah, 282, 530. 

Fordham, Joseph, 284, 530. 

Fordham, Phineas, 408. 

Forman, Capt. A., 97, 101. 

Forrest, William, 300. 

Forrester, John, 528. 

Forrester, Joseph, 306. 

Forshea, Abraham, 106. 

For-hea, Daniel, 530. 

Forshea, Henry, 182, 529. 

Forshea, Jacob, 310, 476. 

Forshea, John, 106, 529. 

Forshea, Joseph, 530. 

Forshea, Peier, 86. 

Forster, John, 178, 318. 

Forster, Edward, 362. 

Fort Andrew, 288. 

Fort Edward, 504, 510, 511, 512, 544. 

Fort Miller, 544. 

Fort William Henry, 504, 510, 511, 
512. 

Fortange, Elias, 496. 

Foster, Abraham, 284. 

Foster, Alexander, 148, 230. 

Foster, Christopher, 284. 530. 

Foster, David, 131, 206, 282. 

Foster, Elnathan, 131. 

Foster, Gilbert, 146. 

Foster. James, 424. 

Foster, Jeremiah, 131, 282. 
Foster, John, 62, 230. 

Foster, Nathaniel, 124. 

Foster, Obadiah, 131. 

Foster, Rowland, 9, 24, 45. 

Foster, Samuel, 16, 130. 

Foster, William, 170. 

Foulk, George, 524. 

Fountain, Estall, 82. 

Fountain, Francis, 148, 222, 390, 490. 

Fountain, Peter, 224, 350. 

Fountain, Vincent, 54, 166, 246, 466. 

Fowler, Anthony, 200, 312, 360. 

Fowler, Barley, 80. 

Fowler, Benjamin, 388. 

Fowler, Gilbert, 242. 

Fowler, James, 394, 456. 

Fowler, Jeremiah, 80, 192, 312, 410. 

Fowler, Jeziel, 314. 

Fowler, John, indian, 406. 

Fowler, Lieut. John, 407. 

Fowler, Capt. Jonathan, 80, 81, 191, 

3ii. 539. 547- 

Fowler, Michael, indian, 372, 525. 
Fowler, Peter, 146, 228, 436. 
Fowler, Samuel, 190. 
Fox,. Francis, 340. 
Fox, Jacob, 344. 
Fox, Jeremiah, 104 
Fox, Oliver, 262. 



IN I \. 



575 



Fox, Peter, 276. 

Fox. Samuel. 266, 478. 

FOB, Stephen (_).. 131. 

Fox, Thomas. 388, 430. 

Foy, John. 6, 34, 39. 

France, Christian, 210. 

Francis, George, 326. 

Francis, John, 470. 

Francis, Joseph, 489. 

Francis, Peter, 492. 

Francis, Thomas, 494. 

Francisco, Anthony, 410. 

Francisco, VVanico. 530. 

Franco, Joseph, 338. 

Frank, Conrad. 364. 4?o. 

Frank. John. 66, 72, 78. 

Frankland, John, no. 

Frankland. Kossel, 112. 

Franklin, Benjamin, 264. 

Franklin, David. 19, 31, 49, 234. 

Franklin, John, 18, 30, 40, 53. 112, 

232. 

Franklin, Joseph. 232. 
Frans, Lieut. Robert, 185. 
Fraser, Benjamin, 374, 527. 
Fraser, James, 172. 
Fraser, William, 242. 
Frasier, Donald. 238. 
Frasier, Peter, 240, 384, 525, 527. 
Frasier, William, 226. 
Fravors, Peter, 310. 
Frazer, Daniel, 348. 
Frazer. Simon. 348. 
Freche, Conrad, 44. 
Fredenburgh, Benjamin, 258. 
Fredenburgh, Matthias. 258. 
Fredenburgh, Peter, 258. 
Fredenburgh, \Villiam, 140. 
Fredenburgh, see Vredenburgh. 
Frederick, Henry, 300, 346. 
Frederick, Jacob, 370. 
Frederick, John C., 60. 
Free, Peter, 374. 
Freedale. John, 350, 527. 
Frehout, Joseph, 274. 
Freeman, Daniel, 234. 
Freeman, John, 6. 33. 39, 490. 
Freeman, Samuel. 490. 
Freer, Jacob S., 58. 
Fresman, John, 440. 
Fresong. Peter, 228. 
Fretengham, Nicholas, 208. 
Frey. Hendrick, 52. 
Friel, Abel, 17. 
Frinck, Jacob, 184. 
Fiinck, Jesse, 176. 
Frisbe. Israel, 5. 27, 48. 
Fritchie, Coenraet. 52. 
Fritz, Benedick. 262, 426. 
Fritz, Hendrick, 6, 34. 



Fritz, Johannes, 87. 
Frost, Cttpt., 141, 145, 151. 
Frost, Jedediah, 112. 
Frost, John, 264. 
Frost, Michael, 70. 
Frost, Thomas. 270. 
Frost, William. 104. 
Frothingham, John, 214. 
Fry, Nicholas, 348. 
Fryart, John, 120. 
Fryer, William, 142. 
Fill lard. Michael, indian, 428. 
Fuller, Cornelius, 108. 
Fuller. Ebenezer, 468. 
Fuller, Edward, 19, 31. 
Fuller, Emanuel, 266. 
Fuller, Jabez, 318. 
Fuller, Matthew, no. 
Fuller, Samuel, 230. 
Fulton, John, 218, 462. 
Fulton, Samuel, 464. 
Furlong, Stephen, 462. 
Furman, Joseph, 322. 
Fusileer, John, 162. 

Gabriel, Lieut. Nicholas E., 269, 270, 

545- 

Gaddico, Peter, 420. 
Gage, Ebenezer, no. 
Gage, George, 264. 
Gage, Maj.-Gen. Thomas, 489. 
Gayhagan, John, 491. 
Gale, Joseph, 480. 
Gale, Lieut. Samuel, 403, 445, 459, 

547- 

Gall, John Dene, 450. 
Gallagher. Charles, 2, 43. 
Galligan, Hugh, 244. 
Gallihan, Charles, 224. 
Galloway. Richard, 410. 
Gamble. Arthur, 346. 
Gamble, Hugh, 416. 
Gamble, James, 210, 454. 
Gamble, Richard, 212. 
Gamble, Thomas, 204. 
Gannon, William, 236. 
Gans, Hendrick, 2, 44. 
Gape, Michael, 382. 
Garb. Elisha, 20, 31, 49. 
Gardiner, Gains. 470. 
Gardiner, George, 384. 
Gardiner, John, 88, 328, 468. 
Gardiner, Lyon, 330. 
Gardner, Andrew, 294. 
Gardner, Edward, 204. 
Gardner, Matthew, 300. 
Gardner, Matthias, 148. 
Gardner, Solomon. 6, 33, 39. 
Garlock, Adam. 114. 
Garlock, Nicholas, 274. 



5;6 



INDEX. 



Garnett, James, 306. 

Garret, Benjamin, 240. 

Garret, Jeffrey, negro, 80. 

Garret, Jesse, 196. 

Garret, Joseph, 16, 17, 50. 

Garrison, Aaron, 529. 

Garrison, Abraham, 118, 160, 334, 

404. 

Garrison, David, 360. 
Garrison, Jonas, 84. 
Garvin, James, 489. 
Gatehouse, Capt. Richard, 93, 539. 
Gates, John Michael, 298. 
Gauber, Ernest Augustus, 123. 
Gaul, Samuel, 370. 
Gauthy, Michael, 72. 
Gavin, Eliphaz, 330. 
Gawey, Michael, 454. 
Gaylord, Eleazer, 17, 50. 
Gaylord, Lieut. Samuel, 16, 50, 501. 
Geary, George, 308. 
Geary, William, 458. 
Gedney, Joshua, 9, 23. 
Gee, Ezekiel, 270. 
Gee, Moses, 412. 
Geer, John Jurigh, 3. 
Gelder, Barnet, 6. 
Geller, Frederick, 6, 8, 34, 39. 
Gelston, Dr. Samuel, 130. 
Genery, Leonard, 212. 
George, indian, 240, 286. 
George, Michael, 306. 
George, Richard, 392, 448, 525, 528. 
George, Thomas, 194, 316. 
Georgy, John C., 278. 
German, Christopher, 72. 
German, Henry, 133. 
German, Isaac, 254. 380. 
German, James, 190, 228, 480. 
German, John, 144, 344, 424. 
German, William, 242. 
Geron, Benjamin, 86. 
Gerrard, Benjamin, 125. 
Gerrard, Jesse, 125. 
Geseler, Peter, 158. 
Geuter, John, 208. 
Gey, see Gee, Jee. 
Gibbons. Thomas, 356. 
Gibbs, John, 326. 
Gibbs, Joseph, 406, 528. 
Gibson, David, 308. 
Gibson, Thomas, 324. 426, 526. 
Giddons, Roger, 538. 
Giddyman, John, 212. 
Gilbert, John, 486. 
Gilbert, Obadiah, 176. 
Gilbert, Richard, 426. 
Gilbert, Samuel, 9, 17, 24, 45, 50. 
Gilchrist, Duncan, 156, 218. 
Gilchrist, Peter, 134. 



Gilchrist, Capt. William, 178, 314, 358, 
521, 526, 527, 533, 542, 545, 546,548, 
549- 550. 

Giles, Edward, 378. 

Giles, John Joseph, 310. 

Gill, Thomas, 27. 

Gill, William, 178. 

Gillett, Abner, 525. 

Gillett, Edward, 450. 

Gillett. John, 18, 30. 

Gillett, Noah, 108, 364, 450. 

Gillett, Robert, 222. 

Gillespie, James, 486. 

Gillespie, John, 54, 300, 344, 394. 

Gillespie, Samuel, 484. 

Gillies. Joseph. 388. 

Gilling, William, 456. 

Gillis, Thomas, 224. 

Gillow, Joseph, 526. 

Gilmore, William, 140, 224, 354. 

Giryen, William, 131. 

Gitley, William, 370. 

Glase, John, 498. 

Glassley, William, 528. 

Glazier, Col Beamsley, 134, 506, 510, 

539- 

Gleason, Timothy, 276, 394. 
Glenn, James, 288, 342. 
Glenn, Lieut. -Col., 505. 
Glenn, John, 9, 23, 45, 306. 
Gletz, John Michael, 122, 136, 481. 
Glover, Benjamin, 202. 
Glover, Jeremiah, 128. 
Gochnat, John E., 58. 
Godby, John, 505, 540. 
Godfrey, John, 136, 312, 481. 
Goff, Peter, 162, 244, 424. 
Goindett, David, 214. 
Goiteer, Philip, 388. 
Golden, George, 492. 
Colder, Abraham, 66, 76. 
Golding, Benjamin, 180. 
Golding, Lieut. Joseph, lor, 179, 521, 

539, 542. 

Golding, Justus, 178, 358, 533. 
Goldsmith, Daniel, 127. 
Goldsmith, Lieut. Daniel, 199, 521, 

543- 

Goldsmith, Ephraim, 128, 202. 
Goldsmith, Joseph, 406. 
Goldsmith, Joshua, 126, 202, 232. 
Goldsmith, Thomas, 127. 
Goldsmith, William, 470. 
Gomez, Bernard, 300. 
Gomez, Joseph, 308, 410. 
Gonnick, Josiah, 131, 204, 282. 
Gonniel, Hannibal. 204. 
Good, Frances, 424. 
Goodall, Joseph, 204. 
Goode, John, 170. 



INDEX. 



577 



Good John, Robert. 2iX, 400, 462. 

(ioodman, George, 190. 

Goodman, John, 466. 

Goodrich, Ephraim, 17, 50. 

Goodrich, Thomas, 16, 17, 50. 

C*oodspeed, Abner. 266. 

Goodwell, Bartholomew, 142, 222, 364, 

424. 

Goodwill, Nicholas, 388. 480. 
Goodwin, John, 2. 5, 43. 
Gorday, Joseph, 164. 
Gordon, John, 9, 24. 
Gordon, William, 152, 378. 
Gorely, John, 490. 
Gorney, Peter. 458. 
Gorton, Joseph. 202. 
Gotee, John, 374. 
Gould, Jesse, 127. 
Gould, Samuel, 124. 
Gould, Thomas, 478. 
Gow, Ralph, 220. 
Goye, Joel, 490. 
Graat, Johannes, 3, IO, 21, 35. 37,41. 

46. 
Graat, Nicholas, 3, 10, 21, 35, 37, 41. 

46. 

Gracey. Matthew, 142, 214. 
Graham, Capt.. 219. 
Graham, Rev. Chauncey, 530, 545. 
Graham, Edward, 418. 
Graham, James, alias McCoy, 338. 
Graham, James. 410, 464, 482. 
Graham, John, 216, 256, 398, 464, 486. 
Graham, Matthew, 210. 
Graham, Paul, 84. 
Graham, Robert, 142, 221. 
Grames, Lieut., 93. 
Grant, Alexander, 3, 10. 21, 35, 37, 41, 

46. 

Grant, George, 298. 
Grant, James. 133. 
Grant, Capt. John, 421, 436, 473, 488, 

537. 546, 55'- 
(irant. Lieut.. 347. 
(irant, Thomas. 88. 
i .r.int. Vincent, 446. 
Grasier, John George, 142. 
Graves, James, 388. 
Graves, Jedediah, 272. 
Graves, Thomas, 20, 31, 49. 
Gravesandt, Coenrat, 334, 458. 
Gray, Benoni, no. 
Gray, David, 98, 529. 
Gray, Henry, 112. 268. 
Gray, James, 90, 468. 
Gray, John, no, 260. 
Gray, Jones. 392. 
Gray, Robert. 376, 480. 
Gray, Samuel, 14. 
Gray. Thomas, 166. 

37 



Greatee. Michael, 152. 

Green, Ezra, 316. 

Green, Henry, 314. 

Green, Jabez, 16. 50. 

Green, James, 18, 29, 40, 52, 272. 

Green, Jehiel, 176. 

Green, John, 72, 400, 464. 

Green, Joseph, 390, 496. 

Green, Nathaniel, 109, 264. 

Green, Nicholas, 400. 

Green, Peter, 466. 

Green, Richard, 62. 

Green, Thomas, 30, 40, 53, 416, 527. 

Green, Wearte, 96, 176, 324. 530.^ 

Green, William, 154, 268, 340.1372, 

442- 

Greewneal, George, 66, 78. 
Gregg, John, 156. 400. 
Gregg. Thomas, 156. 
Gregory, Benjamin, 156. 
Gregory, David, 100. 
Gregory, James, 180. 
Gregory. Thomas, 88, 90. 
Grey, see Gray. 
Griffen, see Griffin. 
Griffin, Barrent, 396. 
Griffin, Captain, 327, 418, 477. 
Griffin, Capt. Daniel, 199, 233, 406^ 

468, 498, 528, 543, 544, 547, 550,. 

55i- 

Griffin, Lieut. David, 521. 
Griffin, Elisha, 490. 
Griffin, Gershom, 358. 
Griffin, John, 284, 396, 526. 
Griffin, Capt. Jonathan, 81, 99, 175, 

191. 

Griffin, Joseph, 7, 33, 39, 58, 64. 
Griffin, Martin, 59, 396. 
Griffin, Murtah, 92. 
Griffin, Thomas, 376. 
Griffin, William, 9, 25, 45. 
Griffith, John, 55. 
Griffith, Lazarus, 68, 78. 
Griffith, Robert, 252, 364, 454, 525, 527. 
Griffith, Thomas. 376. 
Griffiths, James, 166. 
Griffiths, Peter, 6, 7, 8. 
Griffiths, William, 226. 
Grimes. James, 138, 481. 
Grindell, John, 9. 
Grissell, Miles. 262. 
Griswold. Benjamin, 5, 26, 47. 
( .rUwoId, David. 194. 
Griswold, John, 19, 31, 48. 
GrUivnlil, Samuel, 224. 
Gritman, John, 70. 
Gritman, Thomas, 60. 
Gritman. William, 66, 76. 
Grixston, John. 492, 538. 
Groesbeck, Nicholas, 442. 



578 



INDEX. 



Groff, Joseph, 424. 

Gromow, Richard, 168. 

Groot, Capt., 251, 289, 293. 

Grose, James, 388, 430. 

Grosvenor, Thomas, 98. 

Grove, John, 272. 

Grummo, Abraham, 246. 

Gue, James, 108. 

Guernsey, Michael, 180. 

Guest, George, 376. 

Guion, Thomas, 182. 

Gulbere, Leonard, 172. 

Gullefar, Charles, 60. 

Gunter, Frederick, 86. 

Gurine, Nhile, 114. 

Gurley, John, 384. 

Gurney, Peter, 402. 

Gurry, Eliah, 382. 

Guttery, James, -14. 

Guttery, John, 340. 

Guttery, William, 438. 

Guyon, Capt. James, 55, 167, 247. 

Guyon, Joseph, 430. 

Gwin, William, 133. 

Habacher, George, 438. 
Haberman, Jacob, 2. 
Hacy, James, 90. 
Haddon, Charles, 196. 
Haddon, Stephen, 444. 
Haff, John, 19, 30, i 86, 530. 
Haff, William, 402. 
Haff, see Hough, Huff. 
Hagavowt, Joseph, 62. 
Hagerty, Thomas, 9, 24, 45, 450. 
Hagerty, William, 398, 464. 
Haggett, Robert, 294. 
Haight, Abraham, 102, 190, 310, 432. 
Haight, Amos, 190. 
Haight, Benjamin, 190. 
Haight, Gideon, 96, 174. 
Haight, Jehiel, 96. 
Haight, Jesse, 324. 

Haight, Capt. Jonathan, 105, 184, 318, 
386, 430, 451, 472, 521. 526, 527, 

533, 539, 543, 545, 54, 549- 55O. 
Haight, Joseph, 188. 
Haight, Capt. Joseph, 521, 546, 550. 
Haines, Asa, 204, 282. 
Haines, John, 178, 316. 
Haines, Solomon, 196. 
Haines, Stephen, 284, 530. 
Haines, Wendel, 172. 
Hair, John, 6, 8, 33. 34, 39, 52. 
Hair, Nathaniel, 180, 314. 
Hair, Richard, 6, 8, 39, 52. 
Hair, William, 6, 8, 34, 39. 
Halbert, George, 133. 
Halbert, John, 224. 
Halchner, Wijliam, 290. 



Hale, Josiah, 262. 
Hale, 1'atrick, 148. 
Halebengs, Daniel, 525. 
Halenbeck, Michael, 44. 
Halenbeck, Capt. Richard, 249, 273. 
Halenbeek, William C., 3, 12, 22, 36, 

37. 42. 46. 
Haley, Moses, 338. 
Halfpenny, Thomas, 68, 78. 
Hall, Bate, 5, 26,48. 
Hall, David, 26. 
Hall, Edward, 18. 
Hall. Henry. 378. 
Hall, Isaac, 17. 104, 529. 
Hall, James, 368. 
Hall, Jonathan, 104, 529. 
Hall, Joseph, 3, 10, 22. 36, 42, 46, 198. 
Hall, Nathaniel, 2O, 31, 48. 
Hall, Noah, 70. 
Hall, Paul, negro, 302, 368. 
Hall, Peter, 200. 
Hall, Stephen, 264. 
Hall, Capt. Street, 4, 26, 48, 501. 
Hall, Thomas, 490. 
Hall, William, 422, 528. 
Hallett, Samuel, 204. 
Halley, Benjamin, 468. 
Halley, Ebenezer, 154. 
Halley, John, I, 44. 
Hallock, David, 125. 
Hallock, James, 316. 
Hallock, Jonathan, 470. 
Hallock, Samuel, 202. 
llalsey, Lieut. Elias, 201, 521, 542, 

543- 

Halsey, Ichabod, 131. 
Halsey, Jeremiah, 284. 
Halsey, Joshua, 131. 
Halsey, Josiah, 206. 284. 
Halsey, Stephen 130. 
Halstead, Amos, 336. 
Halstead, Isaac, 334. 
Halstead, John, 334, 404. 
Ham, Richard, 364. 
Hamberger, Lewis, 284. 
Hambersmith, Philip, 228. 
Hambleton, Elijah. 232. 
Hames. John, I, 44. 
Hamilton, Archibald, 444. 528. 
Hamlin, Elijah, 5, 27, 266. 
Hamman, David, 414, 529. 
Hamman, Joseph, 284. 
Hamman, William, 360, 430. 
Hammer, Daniel, indian, 468. 
Hammell, John, 146. 
Hammell, Paul, 248. 
Hammond, David, 182, 528. 
Hammond, Jonathan. 452. 
Hamor, Daniel, 282. 
Han, Coenraet, 133, 150, 230. 



INDEX. 



579 



Hanaria. James, 488. 

Hancock, William. 162. 

Hand, Abraham. 

Hand, ('apt. Klias, 128, 548. 

Hand, Ezekiel, 129. 

Hand, Samuel, 129. 

Hand, Uriah, 156, 406, 526. 

Hand. William, 296. 

Hundley. John, 488. 

Handlcy, Roger, IOS. 

Hands, John, 296. 

Hank, John, 224. 

Hartley. Robert, 438. 

Hanmer, Robert, 216. 

Hannah, James, 87. 

Hannaman. Christopher, 294. 

il.uinar. Frederick, 174. 

Hannibal, Cornelius. 20, 31. 

Hannion, Daniel, 528. 

Hannion, David, 486. 

II. union. John, 162, 394, 484. 

H iiiinin, Robert, 242. 

Hans. VVendal, 366. 

Hanson, ("apt , 289. 

Hanson, Hans, i. 2. 

Hanson, Lieut. John R., 279, 365, 

546, 547- 

Hanson. Samuel, 338. 
Hanson, William, 418. 448, 527. 
Happer, Nathaniel, Indian. 408. 
Harcourt. Capt. Jacob, 257. 
Harden, John, 410. 
Hardenbergh, Capt., 93, 219, 485. 
Hardenbergh, Col. Johannes, 509, 518, 

539 

Hardenbergh, Cornelius, 57. 
Hardenbergh, Teunis, 66, 76. 
Hardenbrook. Capt., 173. 309. 
Harding, Richard, 24. 
Harding. William, 138. 
Hardy. Gov. Charles, 503, 505. 507, 

510. 

Hardy, William. 152. 
Hareholt, Robert, 194. 
Haring, Col. Abraham, 158, 332, 518. 
Haring, Capt. Cornelius, 159. 333. 
Harish, Henry, 338. 
Ilarkaman, Matthias, 480. 
Harker, William. 2. 
Harley, James. 43. 
Harley, John, 230, 454. 
Harley. Moses, 338. 
Harlinjjs, Roger, 274. 
Harlnw. Benjamin, 482. 
Harman, Capt. Henry, 257. 
Harman. Capt. I.. 259. 
Harman, John, 280, 360. 
Harman, Philip, 3, 12, 21, 36, 38, 42, 

46. 
Harman, Thomas, 350, 424. 



Harp, James, 194. 
Harper, Daniel. 296. 
Harper. Frederick, 382. 
Harrald, Joseph, 8, 24. 
Harrington, Dennis. 386. 533. 
Harrington, Edward, 356. 
Harrington, Isaac. 112. 
Harrington, Jeremiah, 220. 
Harrington, Thomas, 9, 23, 45. 
Harrington, William. 244, 406. 
Harris, Henry, 8, 23, 45, 2io, 338, 

374- 

Harris, Jacob, 368. 
Harris. James, i. 44, 244. 
Harris. John, 8,25. 45, 100, 120, 315, 

324. 528. 

Harris, Lieut. John, 315, 545. 
Harris, Joseph, 324, 432. 
Harris, Matthias, 458. 
Harris, Capt. Peter. 254. 380, 447, 

453, 473. 521, 525. 527. 54', 54:. 

546, 549. 550. 
Harris, Silas, 234. 
Harris, Timothy, 254. 
Harris, Walter, 214, 378. 
Harrison, Abraham, 156. 
Harrison, James, 92, 144, 170, 522. 
Harrison. William, 340. 
Harry, Benjamin, 20, 32, 49. 
Harry, indian. 204, 282. 
Harry, mustee, 204. 
Hart, Cormick, 242, 456. 
Hart. Doctor, 127. 
Hart, John. 130, 432. 
Hart, Peter, CO2, 234. 
Hart, Samuel, 180, 529. 
Hart, Thomas, 352, 456. 
Hart, William, 64, 74. 
Hartford, James. 4, 26, 48. 
Hartford, Thomas, 494. 
Hartwell, Abraham. 264. 
Hartwell, Nathaniel F., 530. 
Hartwick, Jacob, 474. 
Harvey, Charles, 140. 
Harvey. Elijah. 18, 30. 40, 53. 
Harwood, William, 120. 

I I.i->hrouck, Captain, 91, 219. 
Hasham. John, 224. 
H.iskin, Abner, 146. 
Hassey. John, 40. 

Hatch, Joseph, 24^1. 

Hat lii-ld. Capt. Abraham, 10', 337. 

Hatton, Jacob, 178, 314. 

I 1 lulm.m, John, 64. 
Haughwout. Egbert, 55. 
Hause, Simon, 404. 

Havannah, expedition to, 472, 536, 538. 
Havell. Thomas, 152. 
Havener, Valentine, 60. 
Havens, Anthony, indian, 64, 74. 



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INDEX. 



Havens, Constant, 129. 
Havens, Jeremiah, 125. 
Haviland, William, 127. 
Havorsack, John, 132. 
Hawkins, David, 184. 
Hawkins, Edward, 202, 344, 532. 
Hawkins, George, 528. 
Hawkins, Gershom, 124. 
Hawkins, John, 2, 44. 
Hawkins, Joseph, 248, 525. 
Hawkins, Josiah, 16, 17, 50. 
Hawkshurst, Jonathan, 62. 
Hawkshurst. Sampson, 62. 
Hawley, Jeremiah, 330. 
Hawley, John, 420. 
Hawley, Manchester, 450. 
Haws, Prince, 452. 
Hayburn, John, 356. 
Haycock, Thomas, 87. 
: - Hayhurst, Thomas, 196. 
Haynes, see Haines. 
Hays, James, 382. 
Hays, John, 134, 230, 342. 
Hays, Samuel, 55. 
Hays, Simon, 332. 
Haywood, Henry, 474. 
Hazard, Henry, 492, 538. 
Hazard, Jason, 52^. 
Hazlett, William, 132. 
Heacok, Daniel, 160. 
Heading, John, 87. 
Healey, Cornelius, 230. 
Hearn, John, 310. 
Hearts, Anthony, 408. 
Heas, James, 382. 
Heats, Henry, 274. 
Hector, Jonathan, 284. 
Hedges, Benjamin, 270, 414, 418, 434. 
Hedges, Samuel, 484. 
Hedges, William, 224. 
Heermans, Capt. J., 261. 
Heffy, John, 19, 30. 
Heft, George Henry, 142, 212, 524. 
Hegeman, Adrian, 118. 
Hegeman, Joseph, 256, 530. 
Heldron, John, 86. 
Hellembolt, Philip, 2. 
Hellen, John Christopher, 166. 
Hellen, William, 346. 
Helms, Lieut. Christopher, 19, 30, 48. 
Helms, Jacob, 59. 
Helms, Richard, 240, 286. 
Helmtein, Frederick, 164. 
Henchman, James, 72. 
Henderson, George, 492. 
Henderson, John, 144, 146, 244. 
Hendlock, Bowman, 116. 
Hendrick, Jacob, 132. 
Hendrick, John, 41, 144, 242. 
Hendrickson, Cornelius, 58, 140. 



Hendrickson, Jacob, 244. 

Hendrickson, William, 134, 481. 

Henn, John, 133. 

Hennan, Conrad, 294. 

Henry, Andrew, 230, 404. 

Henry, Jacob, 2go. 

Henry, John, 410, 488. 

Henry, Leonard, 424. 

Hepburn, Lawrence, 288, 370, 426. 

Herbert, Daniel, 294. 

Herbert, David, 342, 532. 

Herbert, George, 528. 

Hercheimer, Capt. Heinrich, 549. 

Herder, Peter, 278. 

Herkson, Hendrick, 2. 

Herman, John, 43, 57. 

Herrick, Lieut. George, 129, 281, 283. 

Herrick, John, 19, 30, 53. 

Herrick, Joseph, 358. 

Herrick, Timothy. 70. 

Herriman, Richard, 89. 

Herring, Cornelius, 86. 

Herring, John, 290. 

Herrington, Benjamin, 112. 

Herrington, Zachariah, 112. 

Heselar, Hermanns, 160. 

Hess, John, 114. 

Hess. Philip, 296. 

Heustis, Nathaniel. 360. 

Hewes, Anthony, 412. 

Hewitt, Henry, 234. 

Hewitt, John, 528. 

Hewitt, Oliver, 204. 

Hews, Richard, 3, 14, 21, 36, 38. 

Hewson, Gabriel, 9, 84, 188, 320, 390. 

Hewson, Isaac, 186. 

Hew>on, John, i. 

Hewson, Lewis, 320. 

Hewson, Nathaniel. 182, 360, 432. ' 

Hewson, Samuel, 106, 186, 392, 462. 

Hewson, see Hughson. 

Heyler, Francis, ^26. 

Heynen, Henry V.. 270. 

Hickelson, Nicholas, 86. 

Hickey, George, 290. 

Hickey, John, 256, 484. 

Hicks, Capt., 257, 273. 

Hicks, George, 268, 344, 452. 

Hicks, Col. Stephen, 517. 

Hicks, Col. Thomas, 505. 

Hicks, William, 492. 

Hide, Philip. 442. 480. 

Hide, Robert, 476. 

Hidelbaugh, Jacob, 86. 

Higbee, Henry, 66, 76. 

Higbee, Joseph, 62. 

Higbee, Samuel, 66, 76. 

Higer, William. 58. 

Higgins, Benjamin, 108, 196, 264. 

Higgins, Henry, 376. 



INDEX. 



Higgins, John. 132, 246, 372, 410, 454, 

480. 

Higgins, Samuel, 426. 
Higgins, Timothy, 6, 44. 
Higgins, William, 3, 14, 22, 36, 37, 42, 

46. 

Higginson, Samuel, 490. 
Hildenbrant, Wendel, 418. 
Hill, Alexander, 464. 
Hill, Anlhony, 462. 
Hill, Caleb, no. 
Hill. Daniel, 100. 
Hill, John, 133. 
Hill, Joshua, 262. 
Hill, Timothy, 64, 74, 138. 
Hill, Zaccheus. 20, 33, 49. 
Hilland. David. 282. 
Hillen, Michael, 44. 
Hiller, John Albert, 134. 
Milliard, Lieut. Nathaniel, 247. 
Hillicus, Baltus. 304. 
Hills, Ezekiah, 492. 
Hills, Isaac, 250. 
Hills, Jacob, 252. 
Hillyer, Nathaniel. 54, 168. 
Hillyer, Lieut. Nathaniel, 472, 488, 545. 
Hinck, Frederick, 494. 
Hines, John, i, 44, 456. 
Hines, Wenden, 66, 78. 
Hinkel. Nicholas, 424. 
Hinkel, Peter, 252, 426. 
Hinkley, Josiah, 116. 
Hinman. James, 5, 27. 
! lip-man. Christopher, 480. 
Hislop, William, 490. 
Hitchcock, David. 84. 
Hitchcock, Enos, 27, 48. 
Hitchcock, John, 192. 
Hitchcock, Nathaniel. 4, 28. 
Hitchcock, Reuben. 27, 48. 
Hitchcock, Samuel, 80, 182, 310, 360, 

430. 

Hoi. art. Adam, 164. 
Hobart, Anthony. 420. 
Hohbs, Daniel, 190. 
Hobb.s, James. 258. 
Hobbs, Robert, 87. 
Hodge, Robert, 298. 
Hodge, Vincent, 144, 522. 
Hodges, Charles. 358. 
Hodges, David, no. 
Hodges, Samuel. 256. 
Hodges, Timothy, 336. 
Hodgkins, William, 16, 50. 
Hoff. Jacobus, 127. 
11 off. John, 82. 
Hoffman, Adam, 57. 
Hoffman, < 'apt.. 261. 
Hoffman, Daniel, 356. 
Hoffman, Godlif, 8, 34. 



Hoffman. Johannes, 120, 138, 214,481. 

Hoffman, John, 64. 348. 

Hoffman. Col. Martin, 505. 518. 

Hoffman, Ury, 87. 

Hofnagel, Christian, 290. 

Hofnail, John Michael, 9, 24, 45. 

Hofstatler, Henry, 490. 

Hoftgood. Hans Jure, 270. 

Hogan, Daniel. 292. 308, 414. 

Hogan, James, 420, 488, 528. 

Hogan, Thomas. 314. 

Hogan, Major William W., 472, 537, 

543- 546, 547- 
Hogdorn, Herman. 274. 
Hogeboom, Bartholomew, 529. 
Hogeboom, Capt., 277, 279. 
Hoghtaling, Benjamin. 438. 
Hogincomp, Gilbert, 86. 
Hold. Isaac, 89. 
Holden, John. 196. 
Holdridge, Amos. 204. 
Holdridge, Daniel. 29. 53. 
Holdridge. Hezekiah, 52. 
Holdridge, Robert. 478. 482. 
Holdion, Cornelius. 328. 
Holland, Charles, 44. 
Holland. John, 158, 338. 
Holland, Matthew, 214, 388. 
Holland, William, 474, 527. 
Holley, Ebenezer, 116. 
Holley, Ezekiel. 230. 
Holley, John, I, 44. 
Holley, Samuel, 418. 
Hollis, James, 70. 
Hollister, Gideon, 266, 530. 
Hollister, Joseph, 1 10. 
Hollister, Nathaniel, 266, 530. 
Holmes, Benjamin, 529. 
Holmes, Captain, 323. 
Holmes, Daniel. 100. 
Holmes, Eliphalet, 468. 
Holmes, Henry, 104. 
Holmes. Capt. James, 95, 174. 177, 191, 

539- 542. 548. 
Holmes John, 96, 272. 
Holmes, Capt. John, 95, 101. 
Holmes, Jonathan, 324. 
Holmes, Capt. Joseph, 54, 169, 521, 

522. 

Holmes, Nathaniel. 316. 
Holmes, Samuel, 316. 
Holshowsen, John, 298. 
Holster. Johannes, 364. 
Holt, Justus, 4. 
Homans, Timothy, 254. 
Homes. Stephen, 470. 
Homes, William, 90. 
Hommell, Paul, 348. 
Honce, John P., 524. 
Hone, Philip, 208. 



582 



INDEX. 



Jioneywell, Israel, 176. 

Honstine, George, 228. 

Hoofrnast, William, 344. 

Hoogeboom, Bartholomew, 254, 380. 

Hoogland, Johannes. 378. 

Hooper, Adam, 354, 528. 

Hooper, James, 70, 474. 

Hooper, Samuel, 288. 

Hooper, Stephen, 398, 464. 

Hoople. Michael, 476. 

Hope, David, 300, 366. 

Hopkins, Benjamin, 264. 

Hopkins, Captain, 261, 273. 

Hopkins, John, 133. 

Hopkins, Samuel, 264, 530. 

Hopkins, William, 28, 48. 

Hopper, Matthew, 160. 

Hopping, Abraham, 470. 

Hopping, Daniel, 129. 

Hoppole, Michael, 416. 

Hops, Ebenezer, 128. 

Hops, William, 87. 

Houtwell, Nathaniel, 312. 

Horan, Hugh, 8, 34. 

Horn, George, 208, 242. 

Horn, Jacob, 346. 

Horn, John, 488. 

Hornbean, Johannes, 57. 

Hornbeeck, Captain, 167. 

Horncastle, Richard, 174. 

Horngrave, Matthias, 376. 

Hornman, Thomas, 174. 

Hornet, Joseph, 268, 452. 

Hornet, Richard, 3, 14, 21, 35, 37, 42, 

46, 51, 396, 452. 
Horse, Frederick, 138, 481. 
Horsenflicks, Coenrad, 494. 
Hortigh, John, 52. 
Horton, Lieut. Ambrose, 315, 409, 

473, 545- 547- 
Horton, Caleb, 318. 
Horton, Isaac, 318. 
Horton, Capt. Israel, 127, 129, 232, 

524, 544, 549- 
Horton, Capt. James, 505. 
Horton, John, 128. 
Horton, Joseph, 102, 180. 
Horton, Lieut., 393, 433. 
Horton, Lieut. Silvanus, 175, 323,461, 

521, 542, 545. 
Hosawell, Samuel, 194. 
Host, Johannes Ury, 216. 
Hostenburgh, Capt., 257. 
Hotchkins, Joseph, 59. 
Hough, Benjamin, 4, 27. 
Hough, George, 252. 
Hough, Philip, 280. 
Hough, see Huff. 
Houghtalen, Henry, 428. 
Hounswelt, Samuel, 72. 



House, Anthony, 224. 
House, Harmanus, 268. 
House, John, icg, 256,266. 
House, John Philip, 142. 
Housman, Richard, 55. 
Housman, William, 489. 
Hover, Jacob, 494. 
Howard, Isaac, 62. 
Howard, James, 292. 
Howard, John, 376. 
Howard, Richard, 527. 
Howburgher, George, 364. 
Howd, John 5, 27, 48. 
Howe, Nathaniel, 62. 
Howe, Samuel, 372. 
Howell, David, 470. 
Howell, Edward, 444. 
Howell, Elias, 206. 
Howell, Isaac, 468. 
Howell, Isaiah, 406. 
Howell, Jacob, 126. 
Howell, Capt. James, 87, 88, 89, 154, 
328, 521, 526, 539, 541, 545, 548, 
550. 

Howell, Jeremiah, 131. 

Howell, John, 284, 470. 

Howell, Capt. John, 205, 283. 

Howell, Jonathan, 126. 

Howell, Josiah, 131, 282. 

Howell, Matthew, 3, 12, 21, 36, 38, 41, 
46, 448. 

Howell, Nathaniel, 284. 

Howell, Norri>, 162. 

Howell, Robert, 422. 

Howell, Royal, 131. 

Howell, Samuel, 131. 

Howell, Seth, 206. 

Howell, Silas, 284. 

Howell, Silvanus, 130. 

Howell, Stephen, 129. 

Howell, Thomas, 60, 198, 230, 240, 
286. 

Howell, Zephaniah, 470. 

Howell, Zerubbabel, 131. 

Howell, Zophar, 128. 

Howes, John. 530. 

Howes, William, 294. 

Howie, Thomas, 420. 

Howland, Jabez, 20, 31, 48. 

Hovvley, William. 8, 34, 39. 

Howser, Christopher, 114. 

Howser, John, 334. 

Howser, Michael. 9, 23, 45. 

Hoy, Edward, 222. 

Hubbard, Benjamin, indian, 468. 

Hubbard, George, 166. 

Hubbard, John, 126, 234, 236. 

Hubbell, Capt. Nathaniel, 304, 526, 

545, 549- 
Hubbs, Alexander, 92. 



Hubbs. Daniel, 146. 

ilubbs. Jacobus, 23(1. 

Hubbs, Robert. 244. 

Ilubbs, Samuel. 232. 

Ilubbs, Samuel, inclian, 70. 

Ilubbs. Uriah, 238. 

Hudson, Ambrose. 358. 

Hudson, Klnathan, 234. 

Hudson, Matthew, 192. 326. 358. 526. 

Hudson, Samuel, 20, 31, 41;, 128. 

Hudson, Sylvesier, 130. 

Hudson, William, 156, 190, 526. 

Hue i. (Jarley, 216. 398, 464. 

Huff. John. 336. 

Huff, Valentine, 120, 150. 230, 350. 

Huff. William. 106. 

Huff, see Haff. Hough. 

Hughes, Henry, 212. 

Hughes, Lieut., 299. 

Hughes, Matthew, 294. 

Hughes, Nathaniel, 132. 

Hughes, Richard, 334, 404. 

Hughes, William, 306, 400, 526. 

Hughson, Richard, 106. 

Hughson, Lieut. Richard, 310, 387, 

461. 465, 546. 
Hughson, Samuel, 528. 
Hughson, Thomas, 310, 392, 528. 
Hughson, William, 336, 360, 390. 526. 
Hughson, see Hewson. 
Hugoe, Lewis, 344. 432. 
Huibsman, Christain, 272. 
Hulbert, George, 306. 
Hulbert. John, 129. 
Hulet, Capt., 141, 151, 153, 191, 223, 

227, 245. 

Hulet, Philip, indian. 64. 74. 
Hulet. Capt. Richard. 60. 64. 74. 144, 

521, 522, 54'. 543, 544. 547. 548. 
Hulet, Stephen. 66, 78. 
Hull, James, 116. 
Hull. Stephen. 18, 30, 112. 
Hulse, Ebenezer. 196. 
Hulse. John, 123. 
Hulse. Joshua, 472, 498. 
Humble, Jurry. 396. 
Humble, Paul. 138, 480, 481. 
Humphrey, Alexander, 482. 
Humphrey, James, 90, 220, 482. 
Humphrey, John, 400. 
Humphrey, Thomas. 312. 
Humphrey, Capt. William, 255, 259, 

263. 271. 548. 
II unify. Moses, 468. 
HuiK ild, Leonard. 256. 
Hunt, Abell, 84. 
Hunt, Adam, 527. 
Hunt. Joseph, 8, 22. 
Hunt, Obadiah, 102, 316. 529. 
Hunt, Stephen, 7, 8, 34. 40. 



Hunter, James, 142. 

Himu-r. John. 140. 222. 438, 524. 

Hunter, Thomas. 454, 484. 

Hunter, Walter. 132. 

Hunter. William, 246, 384, 528. 

Hurd, James, 262. 

Hurlbut. Samuel. 5, 27, 140. 

Hurley, James, 2, 43. 

Hurley. John, 394, 444. 

1 1 in chins, Absalom, 62. 

Hutchins, Daniel, 238. 

1 1 ui chins. Daniel, mustee, 126. 

Hutchins, Jonathan, 3. 10, 22, 36, 38. 

Hutchins, Joseph, 8, 22. 

Hutchins, Thomas, 418. 

Hutchins, William, 388, 430. 

Hutchinson, Benjamin, 230. 

Hutchinson, George, 460. 

Hutchinson, Moses, 200, 234. 

Hutchinson, Reuben, 16. 17. 

Hutchinson, Richard, 526. 

Hutchinson. William, 488. 

Hutson, see Hudson. 

Hutton, Nicholas, 102. 

Huyck, Peter, 252. 

Huygh. Nicholas, 260. 

Huyner, John. 140. 

Hyatt, Captain, 323, 337. 

Hyatt. Elisha, 11. 

Hyatt, Capt. Naihaniel, 105, 189. 

Hyatt, Thomas, 434. 

Hyde, Robert. 528. 

Hymes, Farwell, 492. 

Hymes. Frederick, 396. 526. 

Hymes, Jacob Frederick, 396. 

Hymes, John, 266, 448. 

Hymon, Jacob, 490. 

Hyn, William, 57. 

lagoe, Henry. 214, 348, 530. 
Ibbett. Moses. 494. 
Ichabod. mustee, 284. 
Igby, Edward, 444. 
Ilronk. Jacobus, 320. 
Inckly, Thomas, no. 
Ingersoll, John, 96. 
Ingersoll, Thomas, 18, 29, 40. 
Ingham, Thomas, 236. 
Ingram, William, 270. 
I inn. in. Abraham, 412. 
Inman, David, 412. 
Irwin, Andrew, 238. 
Irwin, Robert. 304. 
Isaac, indian, 200. 
Isaac, mulatto. 33. 
Isaacs, John, 374. 
Isaacs, Michael. 308, 346. 
Isabrandt. Auri. 92. 218, 444. 
Isaman. Leonard, 86, 158, 334. 
Isinghood, Tobias, 64. 



INDEX. 



Iswine, Jacob, 140. 
Ives, Stephen, 4, 26. 
Ivory, Alexander, 486. 

Jack, mulatto, 20, 529. 
Jacklin, James, 158. 

Jackmet, John, 420. 

Jackson, Benjamin, 66, 72, 76. 

Jackson, Cornelius, 146. 

Jackson, Capt. D., 257, 261. 

Jackson, James, 272, 370. 

Jackson, John, 414. 

Jackson, P., 70. 

Jackson, Peter, 496. 

Jackway, Nathan, 288, 368. 

Jacob, indian, 384. 

Jacobie, William, 278. 

Jacobs, Abram, 27. 

Jacobs, Charles, 3, 10, 21, 36, 37, 42, 47. 

Jacobs, Cornelius, 426. 

Jacobs, David, 98. 

Jacobs, Henry, 440, 529. 

Jacobs, Isaac, 186. 

Jacobs, Jacob, 274. 

Jacobsenborg, Hans, 420. 

Jacus, Harry, 240, 286. 

Jaffo, Francis, 114. 

Jager, Johannes, 3, 12, 21, 36, 38, 42, 

46. 

Jagger, David, 131. 
Jagger, Elias, 131, 280. 
Jagger, Jeremiah, 131. 
Jagger, Nathaniel, 390, 434. 
Jaggers, William, 408. 
Jamaica, George, indian, 406, 480. 
James, Churchill, 294. 
James, Edward, 384. 
James, Ephraim, 266. 
James, indian, 129. 
James, Israel, 334. 
James, Paul, 158, 318. 
James, Robert, 98, 190, 326. 
Jamey, Peter, mulatto, 306. 
Jane, W'illiam, 314. 
Janeway, William, 133. 
Janson, Lieut. Henry, 56. 
January, Michael, 492. 
Jarot, Jesse, 384. 
Jarvis, Austin, 126. 
Jarvis, Capt. Thomas, 239. 
Jarvis. Lieut. William, 431, 472. 
Jay, Augustus, 190. 
Jean, Nathan, 89. 
Jeareaux. Francis,- 306. 
Jee, Ezekiel, 9, 23, 25, 45. 
Jeffery, Charles, 170. 
Jeffrey, Joseph, 202. \ 
Jeffrey, Joseph, indian, 129. 
Jeffrey, Toby, indian, 232. 
Jehu, Jehu, 125. 



Jehu, Thomas, 125. 

Jeils, Bartholomew, 448. 

Jemain, James, 352. 

Jemiter, Petro, 162. 

Jenkins, Christopher, 374. 

Jenkins, John, 68, 78, 230, 292, 529. 

Jenkins, Samuel, 106, 188, 320. 

Jennings, Chapman, 130. 

Jennings, Ebene/er, 232. 

Jennings, Hugh, 131. 

Jennings, James, 334, 340. 

Jennings, John, 16, 50. 

Jennings, Stephen, 130. 

Jepule, Josiah, mulatto, 330. 

Jersey, Peter, 420, 528. 

Jessup. Isaac, 130. 

jetto, James, 460. 

Jewell, Isaac, 106. 

Jewell, Richard, 136, 481. 

Jewell, Slates, 84. 

Jewell, William, 80. 

Jewett, George. 350. 

Jewett, Jedediah, 5, 27. 

Jinglinger, Jacob. 133. 

Joaph, indian, 204. 

Job, Cornelius, 200. 

Job, Jacob, 292. 

Job, James, 436. 

Job Randel, indian, 428. 

Joes, Stephen, 48. 

Johan. Silas, 529. 

Johannes, Peter, 346. 

John, indian, 20, 32, 49, 129. 

John, Lewis, 492. 

John, Peter, 140, 222. 

John, Peter, indian, 130. 

John, Walter M., 529. 

Johnson, Abraham, 202, 260, 328, 416, 

426, 440. 

Johnson, Andrew, 68, 78. 
Johnson, Anthony, mulatto, 406. 
Johnson, Archibald, 20, 31, 49. 
Johnson, Barent, 542. 
Johnson, Daniel, 136, 166, 481. 
Johnson, Dougha, 55. 
Johnson, Edward, 292. 
Johnson, Everet, 306. 
Johnson, George, 54. 
Johnson, Capt Guy, 547. 
Johnson, Hendrick, 136, 481. 
Johnson, Isaac, 55, 168, 248, 466. 
Johnson, Isaac Thomas, 466. 
Johnson, Jacob, 62, 146. 
Johnson, James, 196, 216, 398, 454. 
Johnson, John, I, 6, 44, 52, 55, 56, 59. 

98, 178, 246, 272, 354, 362, 382, 

410, 426, 440, 466, 496. 
Johnson, John, negro, 294, 426. 
Johnson, Col. John, 520, 521, 540, 

541, 542, 544. 







IM'I \. 



Johnson, John liendrick, 142, 224. 

Johnson, Capt. Joseph, 506, 513. 

Johnson, Matthias, 55, 168. 

Johnson. Peter. 254. 

Johnson, I'hilip, 262. 

Johnson, Richard, 476. 

Johnson, Robert, 92, 400. 

Johnson, Samuel, 19. 

Johnson, Silas, in.l-.ni, 198. 

Johnson, Thomas, 55, 192, 216, 312, 

460. 
Johnson, William, 29, So. 192, 196, 

238, 529- 
Johnson. Gen. William, 502, 505, 517, 

519, 520. 

Johnston, Alexander, 470, 498. 
Johnston, I.ieut. Alexander, 329, 545. 
Johnston, Arthur, 332. 
Johnston, John, 9, 22, 45, 114, 116, 

169, 464. 

Johnston, I.uke. 168, 316. 
Johnston, Peter, 168. 
Johnston, William, 9, 1 8, 23. 
Jolly, Solomon, negro, 220, 394. 
Jollyman, Nicholas, 306. 
Jonathan. Richard, 240, 286. 
Jones, Benjamin, 88, 98, 190, 432. 
Jones, David, 132, 186. 
Jones, Lieut. David, 68. 
Jones, Gashan, 272. 
Jones, George, 530. 
Jones, Isaiah, 248. 
Jones, Israel, 314, 529. 
Jones, Jacob, 252, 256. 
Jones, James, 458. 

Jones, John, 196, 310, 360, 522, 533. 
Jones, Joseph, 172. 
Jones, Prince, 494. 
Jones, Samuel, 276, 306, 352. 
Jones. Thomas, 87, 152, 168, 378, 396, 

522. 

Jones, Dr. Thomas, 522, 540. 545. 546. 
Jones, Tuin, indian, 60, 66, 72, 76. 
Jones, William, 340, 486. 
Jones, Zophar, 320. 
Joquen, Robin, 238. 
Jordan, Dennis, 398. 
Jordan, John, 178. 192, 270, 527. 
Jordan, Martin, 246. 
Jordan, Nathaniel, 314. 
Jordan, Thomas. 248, 538. 
Jorvorrow, Richard, 458. 
Joseph, John, 338. 
Joseph, Peter, 338, 526. 
Joseph, Venture, 340. 
Josiah, mustee, 130, 156, 234. 
Joslin, Henry, 260, 380. 
Joslin, Jabez, 3, 14. 
Joslin, John, 260. 
Joslin, Samuel, 380. 



Journeay. James, 528. 
Joy, William, 280. 
Joyce, Cornelius. 384. 
Joyce, John, 430. 
Joyce, Philip, 152. 
Joyce, Richard, 162, 338. 
Judd, Samuel, 17, 50. 
Judd, Thomas, 426, 528. 
Jule, Jacob, 194. 
June, Isaac, 186. 
Justus, John, 466. 
Jutoe, Stephen, 494. 

Kaff, John. i. 

Kaiser, George. 180. 

Kane, Isaiah, 490. 

Kane, Jacob, 55. 

Kane. John, 58, 452, 494. 

Kane, Patrick. 370. 

Kane, Robert, 258, 414. 

Kane, Thomas, 210. 

Kasselman, William, 52. 

Kasure, Michael, 114. 

Katney, John, 382. 

Katon, Joseph, 420. 

Katon, Robert, 170, 522. 

Katon, see Caton. 

Kean, Aziel, 380. 

Kean, John, 118. 382, 527. 

Kearn, James, 342, 526. 

Kearn, John, 342, 438. 

Kearn, Robert, 494. 

Kearney, James, 228. 

Keating, Robert, 144. 

Keator, Abraham. 57. 

Keator, Adam, 396. 

Keator, Arie. 57. 

Keator, Jacob, 56. 

Keator. James, 528. 

Keator, John, 56. 

Kebler, Peter, 350, 527. 

Keeler, Jonah, 98. 

Keep, Henry, 382. 

Kegelman. John. 366. 

Keight. Johannes, 58. 

Keith, James, 364, 438. 

Keith, Owen, 308. 

Kelder, Barnet, 8, 34. 

K elder, Jacob, 366. 

Keller, Adam, 41)4. 

Keller, Jacob, 292. 

Kellry, Michael, 492. 

Kellis, Charles, 196, 240, 286. 

Kellis, Edward, 123. 

Kellis, mulatto, 198, 240, 286. 

Kellis, Nemos, 202, 234. 

Kellis, Robin, 128. 

Kello, Daniel. 492. 

Kelly, Carpenter, 458. 

Kelly, Charles, 112. 



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INDEX. 



Kelly, James, 135, 334, 404. 

Kelly, John, 276. 

Kelly, Patrick, 304. 

Kelly, Richard, 210, 240. 

Kellv, Samuel, 133, 346. 

Kelly, Thomas, 334, 530. 

Kelly, William, 529. 

Kelsey, John, 236. 

Kelsey, Martin, 454. 

Kelsey. William, 482. 

Kenaght, Jacob, 146. 

Kendall, John, 8, 22, 45. 

Kendrick, John, 164. 

Kennedy, James, 40. 

Kennedy, John, 164, 296, 308, 416, 464, 

486. 

Kennedy, Philip, 150. 
Kennedy, William, 298. 
Kenney, Daniel, 5, 27. 
Kenney, Ezra, 18. 
Kenney, see Kinney. 
Kennich, George, 344. 
Kennon, John, 328, 404. 
Kent, Peter, 86. 

Keough, Michael, 272, 370, 525. 
Kerel, Johannes Coeraed, 19, 30, 53. 
Kerit, Johannes, 172. 
Kerney, Andrew, 7, 33, 40. 
Kerney, Thomas, 7, 33. 40. 
Kernochan, Charles. 398. 
Kernochan, John, 90, 398, 484. 
Kerr, William, 108. 
Kersey, Peter, 80. 
Kersey, Thomas, 528. 
Kerwin, Michael, 496. 
Kesler, Peter, 334. 
Ketcham, Daniel, 238. 
Ketcham, Jesse, 127. 
Ketcham, Jonas, 108. 
Ketcham, Joshua, 126. 
Ketcham, Nathaniel, 490. 
Ketcham, Timothy, 188, 529. 
Ketcham, Zedekiah, 188. 
Ketcher, George, 164. 
Kettle, Jeremiah, 394, 526. 
Kettle, Manser, 64, 74. 
Key, Alexander, 444. 
Key, William, 444. 
Keyes, David, 140. 
Keyes, George, 350, 533. 
Keyes, John, 140, 222, 408, 438, 528. 
Keyser, Andrew, 7. 
Kidd, Andrew, 486. 
Kidd, James, 486. 
Kidder, Oliver, 250, 428. 
Kidney, Nicholas, 2, 44. 
Kiefer, Baltus, 58. 
Kiefer, Henry, 260. 
Kiep, Jacobus, 258. 
Kiger, William, 58. 



Killeene, James, 244. 
Killegan, John, 438. 
Killpatrick, James, 484. 
Kill patrick, John, 276, 484. 
Killpatrick, Robert, 148. 
Kills, John, 250. 
Killum, Daniel, 50. 
Killweather, Coenradt, 346. 
Kimball, John, 5. 
Kinbergh, Frederick, 216. 
Kinbergh, Matise, 216. 
Kincaid, Crownage, 6. 
Kincaide, John, 392. 
Kines, Thomas, 16, 17, 50. 
King, Aaron, 374. 
King, Abraham, 470. 
King, Arie, 334. 

King, Lieut. Benjamin, 19, 30, 48, 501 
King, Capt. 445. 
King, Edward, 148. 
King, Frederick, 424. 
King, Jacob, 88. 

King, Jeremiah, 9, 23, 45, 129, 310. 
King, John, 164, 330, 492, 528. 
King, Justine, 362. 
King, Nathaniel, 129, 202. 
King, Peter, 55. 
King, Philip, 328 
King, Prosper, 125. 

Kings County, muster rolls of troops 
from, 1758," 1 18; 1759, 134, 138; 1760, 
212, 524; 1761, 346; 1762, 481 ; mi- 
litia ordered into service, 505, 517, 
532 ; officers commissioned for, 542, 
545 ; warrants to pay bounty and en- 
listment money, 548, 549, 551. 
Kinkle, Peter, 362. 
Kinney, Hezekiah, 30, 53. 
Kinney, John, 284. 
Kinney, Solomon, 260. 
Kinney, see Kenney. 
Kinnicut, Francis, 102. 
Kinnigan, Owen, 220, 444. 
Kinning, John, 154, 446. 
Kinos, Thomas, 164. 
Kipp, John, 114. 

Kirk, William, 154, 330, 458, 524. 
Kirkland, Elisha, 20, 31, 48. 
Kitchen, George. 118. 
Kitman, Christian, 52. 
Klauw, Capt., 275. 
Klauw, Frans P., 3. 12, 21, 35, 37, 41,. 

46. 
Klauw, Johannes H., 3, 12, 21, 35. 42,. 

47- 

Klinck, see Clint. 
Kline, see Cline. 
Knapp, Caleb, i, 44. 
Knapp, Ephraim, 490. 
Knapp, George, 328. 



INDKX. 



587 



Knapp, Isaac. 446. 

Knapp, Israel. 4<>o. 

Knapp, John. 250. 527. 

Knapp, Jonathan, 87, 156, 404, 526. 

Knapp, Joseph. 444. 

Knapp. Lawrence, 362, 480. 

Knapp, Moses, 132. 

Knapp, Samuel, 152. 

Knapp, Thomas. 414, 490. 

Knickerbackcr, Capt., 273. 

Kniffcn, David, 190. 

Kniffen, Goedliff, 156. 

Kniffen, Henry, g. 

Kniffen, James, 190, 326. 

Kniffen, see Sniffen. 

Knight, John, 120. 

Knight, Joseph, 102. 180, 316. 

Knott, Richard, 64. 76. 

Knott, Thomas, 98. 

Knowles, James. 74. 

Knox, Joseph, 448. 

Knox, Thomas, 448. 484. 

Kin-Imam, John, 426. 

Koldron, Henry, 44. 

Kook, see Cook. 

Koole, Johannes, 86, 158, 332. 

Koonst, Joost, 58. 

Kopps, William, l. 

Kortright, Frederick, 274. 

Kortright, John, 529. 

Kouse, Jelles, 52. 

Kouse, John, 529. 

Gripping, John, 278. 

Kripping. Samuel. 278. 

Krom, Dirick, 394. 

Krom, Martin, 56. 

Kuey, John, 90. 

Kyler, Harmanus, 86. 

Kyser. Andrew. 7, 33. 39, 57. 

Kyser, Coenraet, 7, 8, 34,39. 

lackashire, James. 210, 294. 
Lackie, George. 90. 
Ladew. Jacob. 256, 530. 
I^a Fargey. Nathaniel, 332. 
Laforge, I'hilip, 55. 
I^ake, John, 256. 
Lakitte, Nicholas, 442. 
Lalor. Thomas. 226. 
I.amarei'. John, 294. 
Lamb, Abraham, 106. 
Lamb, Isaac, 238. 
Lamb, Thomas, 20. 32. 
Lambert, Aaron. 490. 
Lambertson. Simon, 66, 76. 
Lampson. Henry, 152. 
Lamy, Patrick. 252. 
Land, Robert, 114. 
Land, William, 498. 
Landers, Eliphaz, 104. 



Lane, Amos, 146. 196. 

Lane, Amos, indian, 125. 384. 

Lane, Daniel. 18, 29, 198. 

I^ane, George, 146. 

Lane, George, indian, 70. 

I ..mi-. Ichabod, 529. 

I-ine, Jacob, 140. 

Lam-, James, 206. 

Lane, John, 9, 23, 45, 230. 

Lane. Nathaniel. 17, 41, 53. 

Line, 1'atrick, 408. 

Lane, Peter. 146. 

Lane, Peter, indian, 68. 

Lane. Reuben, 178, 326, 358, 432, 

526. 

Lane, Samuel, 96. 
Lane, Simon, 529. 
I, am-. Thomas, 296, 418. 
Lanie. William, 246. 
Laiigdoii, Isaac, 529. 
Langdon, John, 390, 412. 
Langdon, Joseph, 414. 
Langley, George, 489. 
Langley, John, 452. 
Langsford, Samuel, 527. 
Lansing, Capt., 251, 289. 
Lansing, Capt. Philip, 2, 10, 21, 35, 

37, 4'. 46. 544- 
La Porte, John Claude, 336, 408, 470, 

498. 

Lara bee, EbenCzer, 17. 
Larabee, John. 64, 74, 294. 
Larabee, Richard, 478. 
Larkin, Amos, 200, 282. 
Larkin, Benjamin, 16. 
Larkin. John, 308. 
Larkin, Joshua, 200, 282. 
Larkin, Patrick, 168. 
Larkin, Timothy, 18, 29, 41, 53. 
Larns, John. 492. 
Lashin, Amos. 530. 
Lassier, Peter, 1 14. 
Latham, John, 206. 
Latourrette. James, 168. 
Latting. Caleb, 322, 530. 
Latting, Jacob, 70. 
La' (i >n, Joseph, 412. 
Latton, Laven, 410. 
I .a \ art. George, 248. 
Lawder, Abraham, 172. 
Lawler, James, 356. 
Lawrence, Caleb, 432. 
Lawrence, Charles. 84. 
I-iwrence. Isaac, 96, 306. 
Lawrence, Jacob, 482. 
Lawrence, John. 478. 
Lawrence, Jonathan, 266, 388. 
Lawrence, Matlhew, 364. 
Lawrence, Matthias, 64. 74. 
Lawrence, Joseph, 192. 



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INDEX. 



Lawson. John, 254. 

Leach, Daniel, 7. 

Leach, Thomas, 116. 

Leach, William, I, 44. 

Leader, Jonathan, 326. 

Leahy, John, 310. 

Leake, William, 230. 

Lean, Amos, 440. 

Leary, Thomas, 114. 

Leather, Ezekiel, 172, 306. 

Leavenworth, Colvin, 20, 31. 

Leckny, Major, 505. 

Ledrick, John, 158, 332. 

Lee, John, 314, 494. 

Lee, Joseph, 98, 100. 

Lee, Shadrach, 493. 

Leek, Benjamin, 130, 200. 

Leek, Joseph, 129. 

Leet, Allen, 20, 30, 48. 

Le Flower, De Owen, 414. 

Legg, Barent, 58. 

Legross, Samuel. 72. 

L'Hommedieu, Benjamin, 128. 

Leighton, Joseph, 133, 164. 

Leise, Henry, 216. 

Lemmon. William, 370. 

Lenn, Nicholas, 290. 

Lent, Hercules, 106. 

Lent, Jacob, 82, 106. 

Lent, Capt. Peter, 155, 158, 402, 418, 

458, 521, 528, 541, 547, 550, 551. 
Lent, William, 270, 414, 525. 
Lentnor, John, 450. 
Leomus, Jacob, 448. 
Leon, Eliah, 280. 
Leonard, Jacob, 112. 
Leonard, Solomon, 456. 
Lepold, Adam, 350. 
Lepold, Michael, 120, 152, 350. 
Leppo, John, 212. 
Le Roux, Col. Bartholomew, 259, 263, 

267, 273, 521, 543, 545. 
Lerway, Peter, 274. 
Leslie, John, 218. 
Lester, Felix, 530. 
Lester, John, 242. 
Lester, Michael, 6, 34. 
Lester, Samuel, 529. 
Lester, Saul, indian, 144, 146. 
Letter, Jolief, 346. 
Letts. Daniel, 8, 34, 39. 
Leveston, Hendrick J., 350. 
Levy, Philip, 300, 344. 
Lewis, Abner, 426. 
Lewis, Benjamin, 144, 296, 522. 
Lewis, Christopher, 444. 
Lewis, Francis, 43. 
Lewis, Henry, 18, 30, 452. 
Lewis, Israel, 126. 
Lewis, Jabez, 446. 



Lewis, John, 18, 29, 40, 52, 156, 400, 

446, 526. 

Lewis, Joseph, 17, 50. 
Lewis, Capt. Joseph, 195, 237. 
Lewis, Phoenix, 230. 
Lewis, Robert, 70. 
Lewis, Walter, 104, 186. 
Lewis, William, 334. 
Lewis, William J., 442. 
Lewit, Thomas, 232. 
Lewrey, John, 368. 
Liddey, John, 2, 44. 
Light, Leabon, 324. 
Light, Peter, 142, 354. 
Lightfoot, James, 72. 
Lightley, Joseph, 360. 
Lightley, William, 360. 
Lilly, Nathan, 16, 17, 50. 
Lilly, Thomas, 214. 
Lindmand, John, 116. 
Lindsey, John, 24, 45, 490. 
Lindsey, Jonathan, 30, 41, 53. 
Lindsey, William, 278, 480. 
Lindsley, John, 182. 
Linindall, Frederick. 348. 
Link, Joseph, 228, 354. 
Linkins, William, 370. 
Linn, Hercules, 490. 
Linn, Thomas, 114. 
Linquest, Andrew, 172. 
Lintener, John, 112. 
Linton, Samuel, 136, 481. 
Lippey, John, 212, 348. 
Lirnin, Michael, 346. 
Lisk, Alexander, 55. 
Lisk, Charles, 72, 78, 529. 
Lisk, James, 55. 
Lisk, John, 55, 168. 
Lisk, Matthew, 55. 
Lispenard, Capt., 165, 175, 303, 309, 

SIS- 

Little, Richard, 172. 
Little, William, 116, 208. 
Little, Zephaniah, 266. 
Litts, John, 92. 
Lilts, Roeloff, 92. 
Livingston, Capt., 279, 307. 
Livingston, George, 212. 
Livingston, Capt. James, 263. 
Livingston, Peter Van Brugh, 419, 524, 

529- 

Livingston, Capt. Robert, 173. 
Lobdell, Capt. John, 103, 105, 185, 

323, 337- 

Lobdell, Simon, 104. 
Lock, John, 468. 
Locker, John, 350. 
Locheree, Daniel, 410. 
Lockman, Henry, 222. 
Lockwood, Jonathan, 98, 176. 



I MM \. 



589 



Lockwood, Joseph, 184. 

Lockwood, losiah, l8S. 

I .oik wood. Peter, 324. 

Lockwood, Capt. Reuben, 94, 175, 325, 

337. 432. 539- 548. 
Ixickwood, Robert, 62. 
1 o.lcr, Jonathan. 98. 
Lodewyck, Christopher, 3, 12, 21. 37, 

41, 46. 252. 
I ..-.in, David, 450. 
Logan. John. 296. 
Lombard. Elishn, 422. 
London. John, negro, 394. 
Lones, Johannes, 260. 
Long, Amos, 418. 
Long, Frederick. 362. 
Long, George. 318. 
Long, John, I, 44. 
Long, Joseph. 152. 
Long, Solomon, 212. 
Look, George, 162. 
Loop. Henry, 280. 
Ix>per, John, 130. 
Loper, Lyon, 282. 418. 
Lord, John, 17, 50. 
Lord, Samuel, 196. 
Lord, William, 31, 49. 
Losie, Capt.. 255, 261, 271. 
Losie, John. 188, 490. 
Losie, Patrick, 474. 
Lotewall. Jacob, 470. 498. 
Lott, Cornelius. 162. 
Lott, Dirck Moore, 142. 
Lott, Col. Johannes. 517. 
Lott, Capt. John. 136, 137, 139, 213. 
Lott. Joseph, 256. 
Lott, Patrick, 125. 

Lott, Capt. Peter, 121, 137, 138, 215. 
lx>ttridge, John. 210. 
Lottridge, Capt. John, I, 43, 506. 
Lottridge, Thomas, I. 
Louden. James, 414. 
Loudenburgh, John \\., 112. 
Loughlin, John, 242. 
Loughran. John, I, 43. 
Lougy, John, 272. 
Louis, mustee. 60. 
Lounsberry, Richard, 57, 396. 
Lounsberry, William. 176, 334, 402. 
Ix>unsbury, Caleb. 336, 529. 
Lounsbury, Jonathan, 106, 158. 
Lounsbury, Josiah. 52. 
Lounsbury, Valentine, 106. 
Love, Samuel, 304. 
Lovee, William. 178. 
Lovett, Barny, 150. 
Lovett, George. 248. 
Lovelace. James, HO, 266. 
Loveland, Ebenezer, 196. 
Loveland, John, 20, 31, 49. 



Loveland, Thomas, 17, 50. 

Lovelat, Anthony, 100, 188. 

Loveless, James, 530. 

Loveless, Joshua. 264. 

Low, George, 296, 528. 

Low, John, 5, 26, 340. 

Ix>w, Lieut. Nicholas, 539. 

Lowder, John, 184. 

I.owder, Jonathan, 184. 

Lowdiwits, Peter, 258. 

Lowell, David, 226. 

Lowell, John, 140, 226. 

Lowell, Jonathan, 3, 10, 21, 36, 38, 41, 

46- l^i. 

Lowell, William, 262. 
Lower. Herman, 64, 76. 
Lowman, George, 120, 136, 356, 481. 
l.i.val, William, 370. 480. 
Loyd, William, 16, 50. 
Lubeck, Harry, 150. 
Lubers, John Frederick, 164. 
Lucas, Amos, 198. 
Lucas, Peter, 160 
Lucas. Peter, negro. 476. 
Luce, William, 236. 
Luchin, George, 216, 524. 
Luck. Peter, 493 
Ludewig, John, 248. 
Ludington, Asa, 264. 
Ludington, Comfort, 266. 
Ludlow Coleman, 2/6. 
Ludlow, James, 493. 
Ludlum, Coleman, negro, 72, 364. 
Ludlum, David, 228. 
Ludlam, Silas, 130. 
Ludwick, John Martin. 120, 136, 481. 
Ludwig, Christopher, 252. 
Luflowe, Lucas, 528. 
Luke, Jacob, 278. 
Luke, John C., 278. 
Lumas. Jacob, 364. 
Lumas, John, 530. 
Lumerix, Joshua, 320. 
l.uneburg. Peter, 446. 
Lupton, Thomas, 131. 
Lurya, Henry, 54. 
Lush, Michael. 260. 
Luther. John, 60. 
Lut/. John, 444, 486. 
Luyck, Nicholas, 260. 
Luyick, Peter, 58. 
Luyster, Capt., 255, 263, 271. 
Luyster, Felix, 258. 
Lyell, Edward, 300, 430. 
Lyle, James, 474. 
Lyman, Ebenezer, 16, 50. 
Lynch, Daniel, 208, 230. 
Lynch, James, 278. 426. 
Lynch, Patrick. 148. 
Lynch. Philip, 228. 



590 



INDEX. 



Lyon, Abraham, q6. 
Lyon, Benjamin, 108. 
Lyon, Capt., 323, 337. 
Lyon, James, 208. 
Lyon, John, 188. 
Lyon, Samuel, 5, 27, 48. 
Lyons, Abner, 60. 
Lyton, John, 418. 



Mabie, Henry, 102, igo. 

Mabie, Jacob, 6, 34. 

Mabie, John, 6, 8. 

Mabie, Robert, 278. 

Mabury, John, 30, 53. 

McAdams, John, 316. 

McAleer, Douglas, 464. 

McAllister, Charles, 330. 

McAlpin, Hugh, 158, 458. 

McArthur, Duncan, 280. 

McArthur, Neal, 398, 482. 

McAvoy, Patrick, 324. 

McBaine, Alexander, 340. 

McBaine, Donald, lib. 

McBride, Alexander, 250. 

McBride, Daniel, 7, 34, 39, 92, 216, 

400, 464. 

McCafTry, John, 6, 8, 34, 39. 
McCall, Adam, 312. 
McCall, John, 436. 
McCann, Arthur, 150. 
McCann, John, 308. 
McCarty, Alexander, 300, 418, 462. 
McCarty, Charles, 262, 386. 
McCarly, Darby, 280. 
McCarty, David, 527. 
McCarty, Hugh, 228, 314. 
McCarty, Jeremiah, 424. 528. 
McCarty, John. 182, 218, 488. 
McCarty, Lawrence, 166. 
McCarty, Matthew, 90. 
McCarty, Owen, 2, 44. 292. 
McCarty, Thomas, 166, 228, 272, 370, 

410, 480. 

McCarty, Lieut. Thomas, 495. 
McCarty, William, 340. 
McCarty. see Carty. 
McCastlin, Patrick, 338. 
McCaw. John, 392. 
McChain, Edward, 8, 34. 39. 
McChain, William, 8. 
McClaghery, Capt., 483. 
McClaghery, Richard. 484. 
McClarren, Colin, 480. 
McClarren, Felix, 218. 
McClay, James, 132, 300. 
McClean, Cornelius, 464. 
McClean, Daniel, 9, 25, 180, 326, 360, 

528. 
McClean, Jacobus, 464. 



McClean, John, 90, 172, 220, 304, 348, 

378, 438, 527. 

McClean, Patrick, 424, 530. 
McC'eary, Benjamin, 246. 
McClelland, James, 142, 222. 
McClintock, James, 88. 
McClonaghan, James, 278. 
McCloud, Alexander, 9, 23. 
McCloud, Daniel. 244, 442, 525. 
McCollister, Charles, 528. 
McCollister, Neal. 376. 
McCollister, Samuel, 525. 
McCollister, Walter, 392. 
McCollum, John, 252, 388, 526. 
McCollum, Matthew, 486. 
McCollum, Patrick, 454. 
McCollum, Samuel, 92, 216, 464. 
McCollum, William, 416. 
McCombe, Andrew, 454. 
McConnell. William, 7, 34, 39, 57. 400, 

526. 

McConnolly, Duncan, 154. 
McCord, James, 486. 
McCord, John, 526. 
McCord, Thomas, i. 
McCord, William, 148, 228, 348. 
McCormick, Henry, 3, 10, 21, 36, 37, 

42, 47. 

McCormick, James, 378. 
McCormick, John, 84. 190, 210, 312, 

326, 376, 388, 430, 493. 
McCormick, Maxwell, 214. 
McCormick. William, 526. 
McCowen, James, 398. 
McCoy, Alexander, 370. 
McCoy, Allen, 170. 
McCoy, Isaac, 133. 
McCoy, James, 310, 360. 
McCoy, James, alias Graham, 338. 
McCoy. John, 170. 
McCrackan, Robert, 392. 
McCrea, Matthew, 224. 
McCreary, John, 108. 
McCrindell, James, 274, 392, 525, 528. 
McCrindell, Lieut. James, 441, 455, 

490. 

McCrohan, William, 484. 
McCullough, Andrew, 166, 244, 356. 
McCullough, Edward, 296. 
McCurdy, Ennis, 140. 
McCurry, Malcolm, 378. 
McDaniel, Edward, 172, 304. 
McDaniel, John, 326, 388, 402, 422. 
McDaniel, Michael, i, 18, 30, 53, 308. 
McDaniel, Nicholas, 150. 
McDaniel, Patrick, 226, 230, 352, 527. 
McDaniel, Peter, 236. 
McDaniel, Randal, 51. 
McDaniel, Roger, 144. 
McDaniel, Thomas, 180. 



INDEX. 



591 



M, hermolt, Francis, 280. 440. 
McDcrmott, William, 298. 342, 526. 



McDonali 
Mel ><>n.il< 
Mel ><>n.il. 
McDon.ih 
McDonalt 
McDonali 
McDonali 



, Alexander, 3<>o. 

AlU-n. 344. 

\u Inbald. 248. 

Donald. 158. 174. 4<)i. 

F.dward. 246, 530. 
, James, 1 1'>. 



, John. 6, 34. 40. 174. 222, 

332. 334. 4>2. 480, 530. 
McDonald, Malcolm, j--, 
McDonald, Michael, 40 
McDonald, Norman. 1 66, 374. 
McDonald, Patrick, 2, 44, 226. 
McDonald, I'eter, 133. 
McDonald, Robert, 116. 
McDonald, Ronald, I, 44. 
McDonald, Samuel, 304. 
McDonnell, Daniel, 300. 
McDonough, Thomas, 134. 525. 
McDougall, Alexander. 118. 
McDougall. Duncan, 133. 
McDougall, John. 350. 
McDougall. Nicholas. :>.2$. 
McDowell. Robert, 482. 
McDuffie. Dougal. 300 
Mace, Jacob, 258. 
McKagan, David, 34. 
McFJler, Douglas. 398. 
McKvers, Capt. James. 173. 
McEvcrs, Capt. John, 5. 39, 113, 547. 
McEvoy, James, 136,481. 
McEwing, John, 133. 
McFadden, Alexander. 476. 
Me Fall. Alexander, 208. 
McFall, Cornelius, 491. 
McFall, Hugh, 372. 480. 
McFarden, Alexander, 476. 
McFarlan, Hugh, 133, 136, 226, 386, 

481. 

McFarlan, James, 376. 
Mi I arlan, John, 358, 528. 
McFarlan, Thomas, 493. 
McGee, James, 454. 526. 
McGee, John. 236. 
McGee, Martin, 6, 8, 33. 40, 51. 
McGee, Patrick, 396. 326. 
Me'. lee, William. 43(1. 
McGigtjin, David, 8. 
McGill, Rowland, 274, 416, 529. 
McGinnis. Kilward, 456. 
McGinnis. Capt. Robert, 6. 33. 39. 40, 

5 1. 52. 506. 

McC.innis, Capt. William, 6, 8, 33, 520. 
McGlardin, Hugh. 164. 
McGonagle. John, 144. 
M- < lonnigoe, John. 364. 
McGown, John. 462. 
McGrath, Patrick, 288. 
McGrath, Thomas, 244, 356. 



Met '> raw, 15arney. 489. 

Mc( liaw. Patrick. 368. 

McGraw, Robert, 230. 

McGraw, William, 368. 

McGregor, Alexander, 392, 533. 

McGregor, James, 424. 

McGregor, Shadrach, 82. 

Mil hiinn. William. 134. 

McGuire. Bartholomew, 168, 246,350. 

Mc( aiire, James, 174. 

Mi-Guire. John, 136, 302. 481, 526. 

McGuiri 1 . Lawrence. 488. 

McGuire, 1'atrick, 374. 

McGuire, Thomas, 150, 404. 

McGuire, Walter. 378. 

McGuirter. Hugh. 446. 

McGurk. Michael, 440. 

McHarge, Alexander, 490. 

McHenry, Henry, 484. 

McHenry, William, 98, 190, 324, 358. 

Mclntire, Archibald, 8. 

Mclntire, Daniel, 114. 

Mclntire. James, 400, 528. 

Mclntire, John, 2, 10, 21, 35, 37, 41, 

46. 

Mclntire. Peter. 466, 492. 528, 538. 
Mclntosh, Alexander, 296. 
Mclntosh, James, 290. 
Mclntosh, John, 330. 404, 454, 494. 
Mclntosh, Joseph. 268. 
Mack. George, 57, 132. 
Mack, Robert, 242, 525. 
Mack, Samuel, 20, 32, 49. 
Mack, Stephen, 234. 
Me Kane, Adam, 538. 
McKane, Barney, 493. 
McKane, James, 330. 
McKane, John, 90. 
McKay, Duncan, 448. 
McKay, George. 418. 
McKay, James. 208, 302. 480. 
McKay, John. 210. 274. 
McKay, Joseph. 496. 
McKay, Peter. 304. 
McKay. William. 246, 488. 
McKeal. Ryer, 104. 
McKeen, John. 344. 
McKenny, Alexander, 170, 298. 
McKenny, Charles, 156. 
McKenny, John, 416, 498. 
McKenny, Kain, 30. 
McKenny. Matthew, 300. 
McKenzie, Duncan, 96. 248, 480. 
McKcnzie, Hector, 408, 528. 
McKenzie, John, 272. 
McKenzie. Roderick, 344, 528. 
McKeon, John, 87. 
Mackey, Henry, 344. 
Mackey. Jame, 344. 
Mackey, William, 90. 



592 



INDEX. 



Mackie, David, 284. 
McKillip, Daniel, 2, 44. 
McKim, John, 302, 378, 422. 
McKinley, Daniel, 56. 
McKitterick, John, 142, 224. 
Mackivers, Morris, 6, 33. 
Mackridge, William, 278. 
McLaughlin, Adam, 43. 
McLaughlin, Alexander, 2. 
McLaughlin, Capt., 483. 
McLaughlin, Daniel, 410. 
McLaughlin, David, 480, 524. 
McLaughlin, Hugh, 458. 
McLaughlin, James, 162, 214, 222, 

228, 354, 400. 
McLaughlin, Joseph, 216. 
McLaughlin, Lieut., 461, 467. 
McLaughlin, Neal, 486. 
McLaughlin, Patrick, 288, 527. 
McLaughlin, Thomas, 493. 
McLean, James, 206. 
McLean, John, 244, 524. 
McLean, William, 88. 
McLean, see McClean. 
Mackley, John, 162. 
McMahon, George, 7. 
McManus, Cornelius, 248. 
McManus, Darby, 172. 
McMaster, Richard, 96, 190. 
McMaster, Samuel, 170, 236, 384, 470, 

498. 
McMichael, John, 7, 8, 34, 39, 218, 

400, 486. 

McMullen, Adam, 288. 
Me Mullen, James, 224, 230. 
McMullen, Thomas, 338, 362. 
McMunn, William, 270. 
McMurray, Daniel, 364. 
McMurray, Samuel, 236. 
McNamara, Daniel, 340. 
McNamara, James, 274, 392, 454. 
McNamara, John, 3, 14, 21, 36, 38, 42, 

47- 

McNamara, Thomas, 300. 
McNeal, Alexander, 7, 34, 39. 
McNeal. Hector, 82. 
McNeal, James. 264. 
McNeal, Lieut. James, 483. 
McNeal, John, 484. 
McNeal, Neal, 378, 480. 
McNeal, Lieut. Thomas, 521, 532, 541. 
McNealy, William, 246. 
McNear, Samuel, 142. 
McNear, Thomas, 244. 
Macoon, Proculus, "J2. 
McPherson, Duncan, 348, 480. 
McPherson, William, I, 44, 158. 
McQuade, Barnaby, 9. 24. 
McQuinn, Bartholomew, 55, 168. 
McQuinn, Charles, 168, 364, 522. 



Macready, John, 322. 

McVeagh, Matthew, 210. 

MacVickar, Duncan, 493. 

McWay, Daniel, 484. 

McWhorter, John, 89, 156. 

Mahan, James, 400. 

Mahan, Thomas, 406. 

Mahar, Edward, 344. 

Mahar, John, 8, 23, 45, 394. 

Mahar, Lawrence, 150. 

Mahaynes, Richard, 98. 

Mahone, Ross, 134. 

Mahoney. Daniel, 226, 348. 

Mahoney, Darby, 238. 

Mahoney, Dennis, 376, 528. 

Mahoney, Jeremiah, 352. 

Mailer, John, 438. 

Major, George, 52. 

Mall, Alexander, 428. 

Mallory, Samuel, 250, 426, 527. 

Mallory, William, 527. 

Malloy, Maurice, 132 

Malone, James, 134. 

Malone, Lawrence, 460. 

Maloney, Matthew, 200, 284. 

Maltby, William, 198. 

Malton, John, 162. 

Mamson, Lieut. Abraham, 473. 

Man, James, 72, 138, 368, 527, 530. 

Man, John, 340, 528. 

Manaman, Charles, 200. 

Manaman, Hugh, 196. 

Mandor, Richard, 62. 

Manger, Nicholas, 346. 

Manier, Hendrick, 2, 43. 

Manning, Thomas, 364, 420. 

Manner, Jeremiah, 466. 

Manny, Barney, 332. 

Manny, James, 89. 

Mansfield, James, 320, 392, 414. 

Mansfield, Jeremiah, 92, 218. 

Manton, James, 342. 

Manuel, Andrew, 376. 

Manuel, Nicholas, 332. 

Marcelain. Francis, 170. 

March, indian, 126. 

March, John, 436. 

March, Richard, 264, 530. 

March, Stephen, no. 

Maren, James, 316. 

Margeson, Peter, 438. 

Marimount, Lieut. John, 472. 

Marinius. Jeremiah, 274. 

Mark, Bangadis, 6. 

Markham, William, 32, 49. 

Markly, John, 344. 

Marks, Baltus Utter, 370. 

Marks, Christian, 174. 

Marks, Ponson, 438. 

Marks, Thomas, 426. 



INDEX. 



593 



Marsclis, Abraham, mulatto, 288. 

M.usi-lis, Ahi.uii. 440. 

Marselis, Ahasuerus, 2, 43. 

Marsclis, Garret, I, 2, 43. 

Marsclis, I'cter, 288. 

Marr, James, 2, 44. 

Marsh, Edward, 104. 

Marsh. Richard, 324 

Marsh, William, 312. 362. 

Marshall, Samuel, 454. 

Marshall, Thomas, 386, 430. 

Marston, John, 68, 78. 

Martelaer, 1'etcr, 120. 

Marther, Peter. 350. 

Martin, Alexander, 288, 370, 440. 

Martin, Hugh, 220. 

Martin. John, 112, 116, i6S, 206, 246, 

388, 430, 524, 526. 
Martin, Joseph, 58. 
Mnrtin, Patrick, 8, 24, 45. 
Martin, Samuel, 52. 
Martin, Thomas, 16, 214. 
Martin, William, 172. 
Martinhat>on, John, 86. 
Martiplock, Daniel, 438. 
Martling, Barent, 9, 22, 45, rs8. 
Martling, Isaac, 180. 
Martling, Peter, 182. 
Martling, Lieut. Peter, 311, 359, 431, 

467. 472. 545, 546. 
Marvin, David, 88, 90. 
Marvin, Capt. David, 88, 91, 157, 329. 
Marvin, Seth, 202, 232. 
Marvin, Stephen. 26, 47. 
Masheaw, Charles, 146. 
Masner, Joseph, 174. 
Mason, Edward, 158, 332, 404, 460, 

528. 

Mason, John, 164, 232, 296. 
Mason, Joseph, 212. 
Mason, Stephen, 392. 
Massacho, Philip, 140. 
Masterton, Richard, 44. 
Maston, Elias, 80. 
Mather, Jonas, 152. 
Matheson, John Frederick, 172. 
Mathcw, indian, 240, 286. 
Mathews, Benjamin, 436. 
Mathews, Cornelius, 276, 372. 
Mathews, Capt. Edmond, I, 43, 44, 47. 

520. 

Mathews. James, 228. 
Mathews, Joseph. 470, 498. 
Mathews. Patrick, I. 
Mathews, Robert, 160. 
Mathews, Samuel, 254. 
Mathews, Thomas, 248, 480, 525. 
Mathews, William, 493. 
Mathewson, Kenneth, 122. 
Mathitt, Francis, 256. 

38 



Mattocks. William, 480. 

Mattysen, Francis, negro, 158, 332. 

Maverick, Andrew, 208. 

May. Silas, 29. 

May. Thomas, 272. 

May bury, John, 40. 

Mayhew. John, 142. 

Max, Daniel. 198. 

Max tit-Id. Robert, 398. 

Mazene. Moses, 282. 

Mead, Capt., 255, 261, 273. 

Mead, Daniel, 230, 270. 

Mead, Ezra, 529. 

Mead, Gershom, 176, 314, 530. 

Mead. John. 100. 

Mead. Lewis. 270. 

Mead, Reuben. 158. 

Mead, Richard, 308. 

Mead, Stephen, 18. 30, 41. 

Mead, Lieut. Zebulon, 18, 29, 52. 

Meare, William, 133. 

Medler, Christopher, 57. 

Meech, Aaron, 198. 

Meech, Timothy, 204. 

Mcehan, Charles, 124. 

Mechan, Michael, 250. 

Meeker, Robert, 250, 527. 

Meeks, Thomas, 342. 

Meelk, Benjamin, 204. 

Meese, Jacob. 528. 

Meetgo, John, 164. 

Meldrum, David, 114. 

Melsback, William, 294. 

Menderson, Joshua, 350, 533. 

Mentor, Gabriel, 416. 

Mentor, Reuben, 270. 

Mentor, Robert, 416. 

Menzie, George, 256. 

Mercle, Barnet, 56. 

Mercle, Benjamin, 57. 

Mercle, Daniel, 244. 

Mercle. Petrus, 57. 

Mercle, William. 56, 57. 

Mercy, Samuel. 296. 

Meredith, Thomas. 270. 

Mericular, John, 120, 136, 228, 481. 

Merrick, Abel, 450. 

Mtrrick, Ebenezer, 18. 

Merrick, Thomas, 264. 

Merrill, Asa, 478, 482. 

Merrill. John, 55. 

Merrill, Simon, 466. 

Merrill. Thomas, 54. 

Merritt, Elisha, 188. 

Merritt, Ezekiel, 96. 

Merritt, Johannes, 352. 

Merritt. Jonathan, 190, 432. 

Merritt, Joseph, 102, 190. 

Merritt. Peter, njo, 326, 360, 526. 

Merritt, Thomas, 74. 



594 



INDEX. 



Merry field, Robert, 306. 

Merwin, Barnabas, 4. 

Meserole, Cornelius. 114, 458. 

Mesker, Johannes, 2, 44. 

Mesner, Joseph. 480. 

Messenger, Andrew, 478. 

Messenger, Pompey, negro, 70, 142, 

242, 412. 

Metcalf, Henry, 304, 526. 
Metcalf. Samuel, 16. 
Meyer, Isaac, 158. 
Meyer, Jacob, 290. 
Meyer, Michael, 454. 
Meyer, Nicholas, 270, 274. 
Meyer, see Myer. 
Michael, Adam, 190. 410. 
Michael, Jacob, 252, 364, 426. 
Michael, Peter. 278. 
Michaelson, Henry, 82. 
Mickle, Adam, 23. 
Middagh, George. 57. 
Middagh, Capt. Isaac, 135, 138, 521, 

542, 545. 549- 
Middagh, Jacob, 402. 
Middagh, Capt. James, 212, 524. 
Middagh, John, 56. 
Middagh, Lieut. John, 135, 138, 521, 

542, 548. 

Middagh, Martin, 56. 
Middeburg, John, 208. 
Middleton, Dr. Peter, 539. 
Milburn, Thomas, 168, 246. 
Miles, Joseph, 5. 
Miles, William, 156, 362. 
Millen. John, 444. 
Millenbrook, Martin, 244. 
Miller, Adam, 43, 270, 364, 416. 
Miller, Andrew, 410, 420, 434. 
Miller, Anthony, 4, 26, 48. 52. 
Miller, Christopher, 398. 
Miller, Conrad V., 362. 
Miller, David, 434. 
Miller, Ezekiel, 160, 334, 458. 
Miller, Francis, 414, 525. 
Miller, Henry, 94, 150, 384, 529. 
Miller, Isaac, 124. 
Miller, Jacob, 138, 140, 176, 222, 258, 

260, 328, 346, 362, 528. 
Miller, James, 176. 
Miller, John, 6, 8, 34, 39, 82, 108, 

186, 192, 232, 274, 314, 366, 372, 

430, 480, 525, 527. 533. 
Miller, John Peter, 402. 
Miller, Lieut. John R., 427, 473, 546. 
Miller, Jonathan, i, 100, 128. 
Miller, Lieut. Jonathan, 319, 545. 
Miller, Joseph, 458. 
Miller, Lewis, 358. 
Miller, Lodawick, 452. 
Miller, Michael, 388. 



Miller, Nathan. 128. 

Miller, Nathaniel, 17, 50. 

Miller, Nicholas, 90, 218. 

Miller, Peter, 58, 96, 106, 416. 

Miller, Philip, 2, 44, 57, 306, 402. 

Miller, Solomon, 328. 

Miller, Tobias, 102, 182. 

Miller, William, 129, 242, 320. 

Miller, Zebulon, 458. 

Miller, Zephaniah, 432. 

Milligan, James, 148. 

Millington, John, 136, 214, 481. 

Mills, Abraham, 138. 481. 

Mills, Lieut. Alexander, 504, 539. 

Mills, Andrew, 96. 

Mills, Capt., 143, 153, 225, 229, 243. 

Mills, Daniel, 176. 

Mills, Edward, 476. 

Mills, Peter, 186, 320, 388, 526. 

Mills, Titus, 176. 

Mills, William, 18, 30, 53. 

Milton, James, 450. 

Minard, John, 489. 

Miner, Joshua, 406. 

Minnon, William, 202. 

Minor, Daniel, 202. 

Minor, Jacobus, 404. 

Minthorne, Lieut. Nathaniel, 447, 459. 

Misell, Jacob, 242. 

Misever, Joseph, 270. 

Mispullet, Sampson, 298. 

Mitchell, John, 294, 336. 

Mitchell, Joseph, i, 43, 194, 226. 

Mitchell, Lewis, 166. 

Mitchell, Patrick, 184, 270, 372. 

Mitchell, Thomas, 316. 

Mitchell, Zephaniah, 19, 32, 49. 

Mix, Stephen, 27, 47. 

Moffat, John, 222. 

Moger, After, 316. 

Moger, Lemuel, 240, 286. 

Moger, John, 194. 

Molineux, Israel, 82, 320. 

Mompaw, Abraham, indian, 80. 

Monahan, Roger. 252, 430, 528. 

Monckton, Gov. Robert, 537. 

Money, Burnett, 214. 

Monger, Benjamin, 108. 

Montanye, Isaac, 158. 

Montanye, Jacobus, 59, 396, 526. 

Montfort, Henry, 66, 78: 

Montgomery, Hugh, 454. 

Montgomery, John, 527 

Montgomery, Michael, 210, 524. 

Montross, Samuel, 320. 

Moody, John, 478. 

Moone, Daniel, 106. 

Mooney, Bernard, 140. 

Mooney, John, 493. 

Mooney, Philip, 336. 



INDKX. 



595 



Moore, Benjamin, 127. 

Moore, Daniel. 133. 254. 

Moore, Kdward, 228. 

Moore, C'apt. Francis, 539, 548. 

Moore, Jacob, 486. 

Moore, James, 146, 494. 

Moore, John, 210, 290, 378, 390, 434, 

476. 527. 530- 
Moore, Martin, 300. 
Moore, Matthias M., 162. 
Moore, Patrick, 344. 476. 
Moore, Philip, 104. 

Moore, Samuel, 84, 182, 260, 336, 380. 
Moore, Simeon, 232. 
Moore, Lieut. Stephen, 539. 
Moore, Capt. Thomas, 173, 203, 206, 

235. 5M- 
Moore, William, 18, 30, 41, 53, 102, 

144, 270, 314, 382, 450. 
Morehouse, Adonijah, 184. 
Morehouse, Jedediah, 5, 28. 
Morehouse, John, 240. 286. 
Moreland, Henry, 376, 422. 
Morewise, Benjamin, 306. 
Morewise, Jacob, 162, 525. 
Morewise, John, 150. 
Morgan. James, 376. 
Morgan, John, 314. 
Morgan, Joseph, 60. loo, 146. 244. 
Morgan. Thomas, 70. 404, 418. 
Morgridge. Aaron, 98. 
Morrell, Benjamin, 74. 
Morrell, Francis. 192. 
Morrell, John. 192, 238. 
Morrell, Joseph, 226. 
Morrell, Robert. 224. 
Morrell, Thomas, 70. 
Morrell, William, 292. 
Morris, Jacob, 242. 
Morris, James, 302. 
Morris, John. 144, 178, 212, 252, 260, 

460, 491, 526, 528. 
Morris, Joseph. 493. 
Morris, Michael. 170, 226, 346, 440. 
Morris, Richard, 507. 
Morris, Thomas, 202. 
Morrison, Alexander, 338. 
Morrison, James, 280. 
Morrison, John, 278. 410, 432, 529. 
Morrison, William, I, 44. 
Morrow, David, 123, 128, 202, 234, 

240, 286. 406, 522. 
Morrow, Samuel, 352. 
Morrow, Stephen, 228. 
Morrow, see Murray. 
Morse, Capt. Ephraim, 64, 74. 138, 

220. 521. 522, 524, 541, 54-j, 549, 549. 
Morse, Michael, 524. 
Morse, Nicholas, 214. 376. 
Morse, Samuel, 148, 224. 



Mortis, Indian, 384. 

Mortlier. Peter. 214. 

Morway. George, 314. 

Mosher, Abel, 326. 

Mosher. Alexander, 102. 

Mosher, James, 460. . 

Mosher, Robert, 102. 

Mosher, Thomas, 102. 

Mosher, Zebulon, 270. 

Mosman. William, 488. 

Moss, Aaron, 412. 

Moss, John, 19, 29, 41, 53. 

Moss. Joseph, 420. 

Moss, William, 344. 

Mosten, Samuel, 493. 

Mott, Capt., 141, 145, 149, 221, 229, 

245. 

Mott, Ezekicl. 380. 
Mott, James, 222. 
Mott. John, 222. 
Mott. Joseph, 127. 
Mott, Sears, 72. 
Mott, Silvanus, 87. 
Mott. William, 127. 
Mottlier, Peter, 138. 
Moulder, John, 410. 
Mountron, Blenny, 524. 
Mow, John. 64. 

Mowatt, William, 310, 388, 422. 
Mowvey, George A., 360 
Moxley. Joseph, 20, 32, 49. 
Moysten, John, 338. 
Muckelhone. John, 90, 218, 398, 462. 
Muckelvaine, Archibald, 134. 
Muckott, Bristol, 129. 
Muirson. Dr. George, 131, 207, 386, 

408, 520. 

Mulford, Capt. David, 201, 283. 
Mulford, John, 136, 481. 
Mulholland, Dennis, 306, 344. 
Mullen, John. 57, 400, 444. 
Muller, Israel, 358. 
Mullet, Stephen, 388, 424. 
Mullet, William, 300, 346. 
Muncy, James, 2. 18, 30, 44. 
Muncy, Joseph, 368. 
Muncy, Philip, 322. 
Muncy, Samuel, 127. 
Muncy. Lieut. Thomas, 539. 
Munday, James, 358. 
Munday, John, 192, 316. 
Munn. David. 524. 
Munn, Nathaniel, 493. 
Munro, Amos. 328. 
Munro, Barnabas, 216, 
Munro, Hugh, 478. 
Munro, Jonathan, 470. 
Munsell, Jacob, 123. 
Munsell, Jesse, 123. 
Munson, George, 296, 360. 



INDEX. 



Munson, James, 525. 

Munyon, Richard, 254. 

Murch, Richard, 450. 

Murch, William. 452. 

Murdock, William, 288, 394, 525. 

Murphy, Daniel, 164, 529. 

Murphy, Dominick, 230. 

Murphy, Edward, 116, 118, 515. 

Murphy, Isaac, mulatto, 92. 

Murphy, Israel, 444. 

Murphy, James, 220, 238, 326. 

Murphy, John, 338. 

Murphy, Lawrence, 218. 

Murphy, Matthew, 338. 

Murphy, Thomas, 132, 300, 368, 426. 

Murphy, Walter, 210, 350. 

Murray, Alexander, 314. 

Murrny, Charles, 342. 

Murray, David, 236. 

Murray, Elisha, 152. 

Murray, George, 182. 

Murray, John, 230, 256. 

Murray, John, negro, 446. 

Murray, Patrick, I. 

Murray, Peter, 526. 

Murray, Robert, 398. 

Murray, Stephen, 190. 

Murray, Thomas, i, 8, 25, 44. 

Murray, William, 208. 

Murray, see Morrow. 

Myer, C., 152. 

Myer, Godfrey, 376, 480. 

Myer, Hendrick, 330, 400. 

Myer, John, 529. 

Myer, Martin, 206. 

Myer, see Meyer. 

Myers, Andrew, 256, 416, 521. 

Myers, Lieut. Peter, 212, 542, 546. 

Myrtle, Peter, 214. 

Nack, Matthias, 404, 528. 
Nagel, Frederick, 133. 
Nagel, Henry, 152. 
Names, John, 80, 456. 
Namus indian. 196. 
Nasberry, Nathan, 127. 
Nase, Jacob, 402, 458. 
Nase, Jeffrey, 19, 29, 53, 272. 
Nat, mustee, 60. 
Nation, Isaac, indian, 60. 
Nayor, John Casper, 440. 
Neagles, James, 274, 404. 
Neal, Frederick, 224. 
Neal, Henry, 372, 480, 525. 
Neal, Richard, 356, 454. 
Neal, Thomas, 338. 
Nealy, Thomas, 300, 524. 
Neau, Capt. F., 257, 261. 
Neau, Joseph. 442. 
Ned, mustee, 60. 



Neece, Hendrick, 92. 

Neece, Jacob, 92. 

Neely, Capt., 91, 217, 483. 

Neely, George, 218. 

Neely, Henry, 484. 

Neely, Samuel, 90, 218. 

Neely, William, 216. 

Neft, Clement, 16, 50. 

Neil, James, 306. 

Neilson, Christian, 164. 

Neilson, Uriah, i. 

Nell, Joseph, 440. 

Nelson, Andrew, 152. 

Nelson, Caleb, 424. 

Nelson, James, 428, 527. 

Nelson, John. 266. 

Nelson, Peter, 318. 

Nelson, Samuel, .266, 530. 

Nelson, Thomas, 316. 

Neptune, William, 133, 496. 

Nesbitt, see Nisbit. 

Ness, Jeremiah, 416. 

Nesson, Isaac, mulatto, 290. 

Nesson, James, 390. 

Nettleton, Daniel, 268. 

Nettleton, Josiah, 28. 

Nettleton, Roswell. 258. 

Neverfear, Simon, 123. 

New, Simon, 278. 

Newberry, William, 304, 366. 

Newcomb, Cyrenios, 256, 530. 

Newcomb, Henry, 136, 481. 

Newell, Jonas, 176. 

Newell, Loftus, 90. 

Newgar, John, 228. 

Newgar, Terrance, 194. 

New Jersey, troops from, 504, 512. 

Newkirk, Capt. L)., 217, 487. 

Newkirk, Garret, 7, 34, 59. 

Newkirk, Gerardus, 57. 

Newman, After. 238. 

Newman, Edward. 168. 

Newman, Jonas, 328. 

Newman, Nicholas, 420. 

Newman, Lieut. Thomas, 539. 

Newman, William, 172. 

New York City and County, muster 
rolls of troops from, 1755, 40 ; 1758, 
112, 132 ; 1759, l( J 2 - I 7. 2 6 ; 1760, 
292, 298, 304, 338. 525, 526; 1761, 
342, 374, 409, 526-528 ; 1762, 420, 
422, 436, 442; 1764, 488, 494 ; offi- 
cers commissioned for, 472, 539, 542, 
544, 545, 546 ; militia ordered into 
service, 512, 517; independent com- 
panies in, 512 : volunteers enlist, 
519, 532 ; warrants to pay county 
and enlistment money, 547-551. 

New York Province, muster rolls of 
provincial troops, 1-498, 524 ; list of 



INDEX. 



597 



commissions issued to officers, 472, 
539-547 ; acts of assembly for raising 
troops, 499; recruits forces in Con- 
necticut, 501, 551 (for muster rolls 
see Connecticut) ; terms of enlist- 
ment. 503, 504, 513-510. 520, 523, 
524, 53, 534. 535: militia ordered 
into service, 505, 507. 509, 511, 512, 
517 ; list of deserters from the army, 
514, 522, 532, 537 ; nnmes of de- 
ceased soldiers, 529 ; militia paraded 
to recruit volunteers, 531 ; her troops 
not to enter the regular army, 536 ; 
list of warrants for bounty and en- 
listment money, 547-551. 

Nicholas, Francis, 248. 

Nicholas, George, 454. 

Nicholas, John. 51, 152, 226, 418. 

Nichols, David, 384. 

Nichols. George, 366. 

Nichols, Joseph, mulatto, 126. 

Nichols, Moses, 218. 

Nichols, Richard, 468. 

Nichols, Thomas, 90, 94, 108, 190, 
393. 

Nichols, William, 398. 

Nicholson, Barrick, 326. 

Nicholson, Charles. 87. 

Nicholson, Edward, 340, 360. 

Nicholson, ^tneas, no. 

Nicholson, John, 398. 

Nicholson, Richard, 17, 18, 41, 53, 
290. 

Nicholson, Thomas, 374. 

Niever. Goodlife, 89. 

Nightingale, Harison, 493. 

Nisbit, Benjamin. 120. 

Nisbit. John, 138, 481. 

Nisbit, Lieut. John, 213,347,461, 467, 

473. 545, 540- 

Nisbit, Joseph, 252. 348. 527. 
Nisbit, William, 236, 384. 
Nixon, George, 276, 370, 480. 
Nixon, Samuel, 324. 
Noble. Anthony, 3, 12, 21, 35, 37, 42, 

47. 248. 366. 
Noble, James, 464. 
Noblet. John, 210, 230. 
Noblet, Joseph, 374, 527. 
Nojares. John. 3, 12, 21, 36, 38, 42, 46. 
Normand, John, 320. 
Normand, Thomas. 340. 
Norris, Henry, 282. 
Norris, John, 470. 
North, Benjamin, 256. 
North. John, 529. 
Northam, Samuel. 468. 
Northam. Capt. Timothy, 468, 478, 482, 

551. 
Northrup, Ebenezer, 184, 326. 



Norton, Nathaniel, 240. 286. 470, 498. 

Norton, Dr. Ralph. 522, 540. 

Norton, Thomas. 488, 537. 

Norts, John Jurry, 440. 

Nuti. Richard, 224. 

Nottingham, Jacob, 56. 

Nottingham, Capt. Stephen, 56, 547. 

Nottingham. Thomas, 56. 

Novrick, Ebenezer. 29. 

Nower, James, 396. 

Nowlan, Edmund, 300. 

Nowlan, James, 292. 

Nowlan. John. 9. 23. 45, 374, 527. 

Noxon, Bartholomew, 19. 

Nublow, George, 342, 480. 

Nulls. John, 480. 

Nulls, William, 40. 

Oakley. Gilbert. 80. 

Oakley, Thomas, 98, 180. 

Oates. Robert, 202. 

Obe, Westward 240, 286. 

O'Bryan, Lieut. Constantine, 132, 293, 

522, 543. 545- 

O'Bryan, Daniel, 9, 24. 304, 528. 
O'Bryan, Dennis, 2, 43. 450. 
O'Bryan, Henry, 302, 342, 458. 
O'Bryan, James, 370. 426, 428, 494. 
O'Bryan, John. 458. 527. 
O'Bryan, Joseph. 480. 
O'Bryan, Nicholas, 308, 346, 422, 526. 
O'Bryan. William, 488. 
O'Bryan, see Bryan. 
Ochiltree, Robert, 150. 
O'Conner. Timothy, 276. 
O'Connolly, Daniel, 274. 
Ocus, indian, 282. 
Odell. Gabriel, 104, 529. 
Odell, Gilbert, 102. 
Odell, John. 82, 336. 
Odell, Jones. 452. 
Odell. Joseph, 264. 
Odell. Joshua, 82. 
Ogden. Caleb, 172, 298, 525. 546. 
Ogden, David, 86. 
Ogden. Ichabod. 190. 
Ogden, John, 216, 292. 
Ogden, Jonathan, 529. 
Ogden. Capt. Jonathan, 22, 100, 510, 

539- 547. 548. 

Ogg, Alexander. 55, 166, 246, 528. 
Oghterslater, John, 454. 
O'Gobbin, Owen, 436. 
O'Hara, Patrick. 7, 34, 39. 
Oliver, Lawrence, 528. 
Oliver, Samuel, 444, 530. 
Oliver.Thomas, 222. 
Oliver, William 140. 
Oliver. William, indian, 304. 
Onderdonk, Capt. Andreas, 161, 325. 



593 



INDEX. 



O'Neal, Patrick, 3, 9, 14, 21, 24. 36, 38, 

45- 

Oney, William, 476. 

Orange County, muster rolls of troops 
from, 1758 86, 135 ; 1759- !54> *&', 
1760, 328; 1761, 402, 526, 528 ; 
1762, 445, 458 ; 1763, 482 ; militia 
ordered into service, 518, 519, 540; 
officers commissioned for, 539, 541, 
545-547 I warrants to pay bounty 
and enlistment money, 547-55 1 - 

Orchard, Robert, 116. 

Orchard, see Archard. 

Ord, Major Thomas, 541. 

Organ, Thomas, 274. 

Ormond, John, 120. 

Orr, Thomas, 170, 

Orson, William, 43. 

Osborn, Daniel, 326. 

Osborn, Capt. Daniel, 203, 235, 335% 

Osborn, Lieut. Francis, 521. 

Osborn, James, 4. 

Osborn, Jonathan, 282. 

Osborn, Josiah, 98. 

Osborn, Nathan, 4, 26. 

Osborn, Richard, 164. 

Osborn, Stephen, 128, 284. 

Osborn, Lieut. Thomas, 155, 161, 

541- 

Osborn, Uzal, 434. 
Osborn, William, 87, 529. 
Osman, Elmodam, 202. 
Osterhout, Hendricus, 58. 
Osterhout, Lsaac, 250. 
Osterhout, Jeremiah, 250. 
Osterhout, Peter. 58, 416. 
Osterhout, Simeon, 18, 30. 
Ostrander, Adam, 262. 
Ostrander, Evert, 7, 8, 33. 
Ostrander, Hendrick, 262. 
Ostrander, Jacobus, 260, 452. 
Ostrander, John, 142, 258, 486. 
Ostrander. Peter, 256, 414. 
Ostrom, Henry, 380. 
Oswego. 473, 507, 536, 537, 544- 
Otto, William, 94, 444. 
Overton, George, 238. 
Overtoil, Isaac, 125. 
Overton, Samuel, 170, 466. 
Overton, Stephen, 232, 530. 
Overton. Thomas, 129, 232. 
Owen, Amaziah, 280. 
Owen, Anthony, 44. 
Owen, Capt., 520. 

Owen, Ebenezer, 29, 41, 53, 87, 382. 
Owen, Jedediah, 358. 
Owen, Moses, 9, il. 
Owen, Naphtali, 3, 12, 21, 42, 47. . " 
Owen, Nathaniel, 123. 
Owen, Thomas, 330, 404. 



Owen, William, 294, 332, 348, 404, 

470, 498, 527. 
Owen, Zaccheus, 280. 
Ox George, 276. 

Padden, Simon, 188. 
Paddock, John, 260. 
Paddock, Lieut. Philip, 108. 
Page, Asa, 27, 48. 
Page, David, 526. 
Page, John, 7, 8, 34, 39. 
Page, Thomas, 128. 
Paine, Abraham, 128. 
Paine, Bulen, 22. 
Paine, Elisha. 414. 
Paine, Joseph, 126. 
Paine, Paul!, 250. 
Paine, Samuel, 40. 
Paine, William, 130. 
Painter, Frederick, 402, 458. 
Palmatier, Joseph, 450. 
Palmatier, Peter, 452. 
Palmer, Benaiah, 104. 
Palmer, Elihu, 20, 32, 49. 
Palmer, Jacob, 144. 
Palmer, Jeremiah. 262, 530. 
Palmer, John, 7, 84, 538. 
Palmer, Jonathan, 316. 
Palmer, King, 16. 
Palmer, Nonis, 162, 300, 526. 
Palmer, Robert, 68, 72, 78. 
Palmer, Samuel, 62, 148, 522. 
Palmer, Stephen, 132. 
Palmer. William, 100, 296. 
Pandelo, Pedro, 410. 
Pandle, Thomas, 426. 
Pangborn, Timothy, 196, 238. 
Pangborn, William, 256. 
Paradise, John, 382. 
Parcells, William, 294, 530. 
Parent, William, 104. 
Parham, William, 116. 
Paris, Asa, 184. 
Paris, Jacob, 102, 178. 
Paris, James, 438. 
Paris, Lewis, 164. 
Parish, Azariah, no, 148, 270. 
Parish, Gideon, 28, 48. 
Parish, Jacob, 184, 390. 
Parish. Joseph, 18, 30, 53, 109. 
Park, Bristow, 16, 50. 
Parker, Charles, 162. 
Parker, Henry, 230, 486. 
Parker, Jacob, 160. 
Parker, James, 5, 26, 48, 400. 
Parker, John, 296. 
Parker, Col. John, 510. 
Parker, Jonathan, 206. 
Parker, Samuel, 80, 87. 
Parklee, Lawrence, 5, 27, 48. 



INDEX. 



599 



Parks. Daniel, 264. 

Parks. Jonas. 412. 

Parks. Joseph. 204. 

r.um.ilc r, Simon, 198. 

Parmyter, Ichabod, 264. 

Parmyter, Isaac, 254. 

Parson. John, 282. 

Partlow, Amos, 456. 

Passakie, Christian. 51, 274. 

Passakie, Henry, 51. 

Passmore, Joseph. 529. 

Paton, Thomas, 178. 

Patrick, Peter. 104. 320, 390, 432. 

Patrick, Zebulon, 104. 

Pattee, John. 336. 

Patterson, George, 3, 10, 21, 36, 37, 

42. 46- 

Patterson, James, 210, 276. 
Patterson, John, 116, 310, 484. 
Patterson. Joseph, 116, 218. 240, 286, 

444. 529. 

Patterson, Samuel. 142, 212. 
Patterson, William, 129. 
I'.ittitii-lil, Thomas, 294. 
Patton. John, 494. 
Paul. James, 158, 334, 404, 458. 
Paul, Joseph, 62. 

Paulding, Capt. John. 521, 541, 548. 
Paulding, Major, 258. 
Paulding, Thomas. 182, 529. 
Paxton, David, 340. 
Payne, John, 306. 
Peacock, John, 482. 
Peake, Thomas, 210, 526. 
Peal, John, 448. 
Peal. Samuel, 186. 
Pealer, Michael. 290. 
Pealman, Nicholas, 118, 136, 220, 350, 

481. 

Pearce, Stephen, 131. 
Pearce, Lieut. Stephen, 281, 544. 
Pearcy. Israel, 480. 
Pearcy, John. 428. 
Pearcy, William, 480. 
Pearse, Ambrose, 480. 
Pearson, John, 332. 
Peaseley, Dunburtus. 320. 
Peaseley, Francis. 244. 
Peaseley, Israel, 310. 
Peaseley. John, 376. 
Peck, Jasper. 202. 
Peck, John, 238. 
Peck, Joseph. 234. 
Peck, Peter, 74. 
Peck, Seth, 122. 
Peck. S'ias, 202. 
Peck, Thomas. 320, 434. 
Peckeret, Samuel, 106. 
Peckman, Jacob, 242. 
Peckner, John, 214. 



Pecord, Alexander, 466. 

Pederue, John, 144. 

Pedrick. Zebulon, 184, 322. 

Peers, Philip. 112, 182. 

Peet, Butler, 360. 

Peet. Samuel, 529. 

Peffer, Michael, 133. 

Peirce, Richard, 194. 

Pelgrin. Frederick, 220. 

Pelia, Peter. 250. 

Pell, Joseph, 80. 316. 360. 460, 527. 

Pell, Roger, 148, 312. 526. 

Pellew, Abraham, 302. 530. 

Pelton, Ebenezer, 20, 32. 

Penal, Augustus, 152, 222, 356, 466. 

Pendal, William, 3, 12, 21, 36, 38. 

Pender, Henry, 206, 294. 

Pendergrass, Garret, 274. 

Pendergrast, Thomas, 342. 

Pendery, John. 224, 408. 452, 491. 

Pennemore, William, 9, 24, 45. 

Penner, Jacob, 272. 

Pennet, Joseph, 296. 

Pennsylvania, troops from, 504. 

Penny, Austin. 210. 

Penny, Daniel, indian, 304. 

Penny, Isaac, 128, 234, 524. 

Penny, John, 298, 468. 

Penny, Nathaniel, 19, 53. 

Penny, William. 202. 

Penter, Frederick, 334. 

Pepper, Jacob, 266, 530. 

Percival, Timothy, 19, 31, 48. 

Percy, Isaac. 430. 

Perego, William, 20. 32, 49. 

Perkins, Asa, 254, 380, 438, 525. 

Perkins, F.lias, 491. 

Perkins, Isaac, indian. 446. 

Perkins. James, 232, 310. 

Perkins, James, mulatto, 406. 

Perkins, John, mulatto, 446. 

Perkins. Stephen, 27, 48. 

Pernet. Henry, indian, 130. 

Perry, Edmund, 200. 

Perry, Francis, 362. 

Perry, James. 444. 

Perry, John, 112, 1 16. 

Perry, Joshua, 28, 48. 

Perry, Lewis, 133. 

Perry, Samuel, 456, 527. 

Perry, Uriah. 332, 404, 458. 

Pest, Johannes, 7. 

Pestet, John, 446. 

Petequam, Charles, 240, 286. 

Peter, indian. 131, 194, 202. 

Peterman, John, 172. 

Peters, Jasper. 491. 

Peters, John, 210, 228, 316, 358. 

Peters, Wright. 92, 154. 

Peterson, Andrew, 318. 



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INDEX. 



Peterson, David, 62. 

Peterson, John, 86. 

Peterson, Joseph, 62. 

Petersiyne, Francis, 89. 

Petram, Joseph, 174. 

Petrents, Christophel, 9, 24, 45. 

Petrie, Andries, 348. 

Petrie, Marks, 290. 

Pettigrew, David, 288. 

Pettingill, Jacob, 2, 44. 

Pettit, Abraham, 66, 76, 140. 

Pettit, John, 72. 

Pettit, Lieut. John, 243, 544. 

Pettit, Justin, 527. 

Petty, Benjamin, 202, 284. 

Petty, Edward, 204, 282. 

Petty, Ezekiel, 124. 

Petty, John, 476. 

Petty, Joseph, 280. 

Petzold, John, 272, 525. 

Pew, William, 428, 526. 

Pharaoh, Adam, 200. 

Phelps, Abner, 478, 482. 

Phelps, Jonathan, 456. 

Philip, James, indian, 130. 

Philiphouse, John, 224. 

Phillips, Andrew, 6, 8, 34, 39, 40, 52. 

Phillips, Asa, 454, 492. 

Phillips, Benjamin, 6, 9, 23, 218, 256. 

Phillips, Francis. 310, 386, 422. 

Phillips, Henry, 52. 

Phillips, John, 6, 34, 39, 274. 

Phillips, Joseph, no, 370. 

Phillips, foshua, 2S8, 480. 

Phillips, Philip, 106. 

Phillips, Samuel, 190. 

Phillips, Volkert, 6. 

Phillips, William, 394, 528. 

Phillipson, John, 493. 

Phoenix, Matthew, 414. 

Phyffer, John Martin, 228, 354. 

Pickart, Thomas, indian, 436. 

Pickett, James, 268, 452. 

Pierce, Timothy, 264. 

Pierce, William, mulatto, 364. 

Pierson, Israel, 356. 

Pietrese, Capt., 253, 277. 

Pigeon, William, 242. 

Pike, Clark, 491. 

Pike, John, 142. 

Pilkins, Thomas, 210. 

Pinckney, John, 104. 

Pindar, Henry, 206. 20^4. 

Pingrey, James, no. 

Pingrey, John, 324. 

Pinkerton, James, 358. 

Pinor, Reuben, 318, 530. 

Pippet, Thomas, 142. 

Pitblado, James, 51, 276. 

Pitman, Daniel, 168. 



Pitts, James, 364, 434. 

Pixley, Squire, 426. 

Place, Andrew, 434. 

Place, Clement, 494. 

Place, William, 126. 

Planck, Gysbert, 278, 438. 

Planck, Hendrik, 438. 

Planck, Johannes, 7, 8, 34, 40. 

Plant, Solomon, 282. 

Platt, Capt. Isaac, 195. 

Platt, Capt. Jesse, 195, 236, 287, 384, 

418, 521, 525, 527, 533, 543, 544, 

547, 549. 550. 
Platts, Peter, 94. 
Plough. H end rick, 59. 
Plum, John, 489. 
Polhemus, Abraham, 542. 
Pollard, William, 16, 50. 
Policy, Jonathan, 18, 29, 40, 52. 
Pomeroy, John. 304. 
Pomeroy, Joseph, 150. 
Pompale, Bastian, 3, 12, 22, 36, 38, 42, 

46. 

Pompey, Jacob, 33, 49. 
Pompey, Japhet, 20, 33, 49. 
Pompey, Jeremiah, mustee, 70. 
Pompey, John, negro, 466, 498. 
Pond, Peter, 196. 
Pond, Zachariah, 196. 
Ponnell, Augustus, 356. 
Poock, George, 51. 
Pool, Isaac. 456. 
Pool, Isaiah. 491. 
Poole, John, 232, 354. 
Poor, Gilbert, 476. 
Popham, Samuel, 488. 
Popple, Edward, 112. 
Porras, Harry, 204. 
Porst, Benjamin, 490. 
Porter, David, 370, 448, 525. 
Porter, John, 372. 
Porter, Jo>eph. 135, 234, 493. 
Porter, Thomas, 338, 484. 
Porter, William, 344. 
1'ortugee, John, 442. 
Post, Abraham. 402. 
Post, Benjamin, 150, 270, 380, 527. 
Post, Egbert, 158. 
Post, Eliphalet, 204. 
Post, Hendricus, 58. 
Post, Isaac, 178. 
Post, Jacobus, 58, 402, 528. 
Post, John. 158. 
Post, Capt. John, 205, 281. 
Post, Petrus, 58, 59. 
Postley, John, 154, 330. 
Potman, John, 290. 
Potter, Enos, 5. 27, 47. 
Potter, Capt. Gilbert, 194, 521, 522, 

543, 544, 548. 



INDEX. 



6O I 



Potter, Stephen, 129, 234. 

Potts, Abraham. 210. 

Potts, Jacob, 348. 

Poulett, John, 382. 

Powngen. John, Indian, 196. 

Powe. Robert, 20, 33, 49. 

Powell, Charles. 136, 481, 522. 

Powell, David, 525. 

Powell, Elisha. 254. 

Powell, Isaac, 529. 

Powell. John, 8, 34. 

Powell. Joseph. 288, 368. 

Powell, Lieut. Joseph, 255, 545. 

Powell, Peter, 300, 529. 

Powell, Thomas, 17, 127, 150. 

Power, David. 374. 

Power, Francis, 80. 

Power, John, 248. 

Power, Robert, 296. 

Power, Thomas, 218, 234. 

Power, William , 208. 

Powheag, Charles, 20, 204, 284. 

Powheag, Jonathan, 16, 50. 

Powheag, Lawrence, 200. 

Powheag. Peter, 204. 

Powles, James, 458. 

Powlis. Johannes, 224. 

Pratt, Silas. 468. 

Pratt, William, 164. 

Prean, Christian. 208. 

Prentiss, Thomas, 493. 

Prescott, Savage, 9, 24, 45. 

President, Peter, 5. 

Presley. Francis, 244. 

Pressler, Anthony, 92. 

Pressler, Thomas, 90. 

Pressure, William, 178. 

Preston, Joseph. 16, 50. 

Preston, William, 80. 

Pretty, John, 84, 362, 422. 

Price. Charles, 55, 168, 246. 

Price, David, 4, 12, 22, 35, 38, 42. 

Price, George, 340. 

Price, Jesse, 410. 

Price, John, 178. 324, 358, 378, 406,523. 

Price, Michael, 338, 352. 

Price, Robert, 454. 

Price, Koger, 222. 

Price, Samuel, 104. 

Price, William, 8, 34, 39, 374, 422. 

Prichet, John, 54. 

Prichet, William, 268. 

Prime, Anthony, 125. 

Prime, John, 362, 424, 527. 

Prime, Reuben, 3, 10. 35, 37, 42, 47. 

Primus, Peter, negro, 476. 

Prince. Edward, indian, 466. 

Prince, Frederick, 350. 

Prindle, Moses. 254. 452, 525. 

Proctor, Joseph, 493. 



Protepigh, Jurigh, 3, 12, 21, 35, 37, 

42, 46. 

Front, Joseph, 468. 
Provoost, Burger. 148, 222, 342. 
Provoost, John, 62. 
Provoost, Capt. John, 167, 173, 512. 
Prue, William, 310. 
Pruions, Henry, 528. 
Prusher, Cornelius, 312. 
Prusher, William. 430. 
Pryor, Stephen, 9, 188. 
Pudefer, Thomas, 525. 
Pullen, John, 322, 390. 
Pumham, Joseph, 16, 50. 
Pumpshire, \\illiam, indian, 74. 
Pnmpsin, William, 154. 
Purchase, Thomas, 398, 444. 
Purdis, John, 338. 
Purdy, Johannes, 25. 
Purdy, Lieut. Isaiah, 217, 311, 327, 

544- 

Purdy, Silvanus, 9, 23. 
Purdy, Capt. Solomon, 97, 101, 191,