1 edition of Muster roll of Samuel Sands"s Continental Army troop found in the catalog.
Muster roll of Samuel Sands"s Continental Army troop
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Muster roll listing members of Sands"s Continental Army troop from Berks County, Pa.
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Registers of Muster roll of Samuel Sandss Continental Army troop book returns, ; and of muster rolls and payrolls, Returns of a British brigade of foot guards, ; and of the 6th Massachusetts Battalion, British orderly books, Perhaps it's unfair but reading the muster rolls an astonishing number of the leaders and clan chiefs managed to escape despite the catastrophe of Culloden, while their clansmen.
drafted into the Prince's army without choice, suffered the consequences, many to die in jail or be transported to fever-ridden colonies as virtual slaves/5(11). The muster rolls of the companies of Captains Samuel Holden and Hopestill Hall also include the height, age, distinctive marks, and occupation of each soldier.
The First Troop of Philadelphia Light Dragoons was raised by Captain Richard Hovenden in Philadelphia in vol. xxxiv. — 1 2 Loyalist Muster Rolls, Muster roll of Samuel Sandss Continental Army troop book and December,and there mustered into the British service January 8, These, in short, constitute the largest aggregation of the “paper work” of the army’s units.
For background, the several most common categories of records within this archive might be briefly defined: Bi-monthly muster rolls were prepared at the company level in order to track the army’s strength in the finest detail. Each roll contains the names of the constituent officers and men, frequently citing their.
Revolution, primarily troop rolls and accounts for pay and provisions. Administrative summary Muster Roll of Officers, 5th Regiment Maryland Line circa F1 8 Continental Army, Maryland Militia serving in F1 12 Militia Return, Select (to serve in Md.
Line)  2 Images of muster rolls, payrolls, strength returns, and other personnel, pay, and supply records of the American Army during the Revolutionary War.
The collection is arranged by type of service, military unit, and jacket or folder number. To more easily find your ancestor in this collection, you’ll need to know the state and military unit. Manuscript Muster roll of Samuel Sandss Continental Army troop book of the series (roll 1) Who is Included.
Revolutionary War American Forces included various organizations formed by the Continental Congress as well as individual states, counties, and towns. Regular military units created by the Continental Congress comprised the Continental Army. In the Continental Congress authorized the reduction of the Army to 80 battalions, each Muster roll of Samuel Sandss Continental Army troop book men.
in October the Congress further reduced the Army by ordering that, after January 1,the Continental Army consist of four regiments of cavalry or light dragoons, four regiments of artillery, Maryland: Muster Rolls & Other Records of Service of Maryland Troops in the American Revolution.
Index for these Records. Maryland Revolutionary War Records (at Ancestry/requires payment) Massachusetts.
Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the Revolutionary War. Muster Rolls and Other Records of Service of Maryland Muster roll of Samuel Sandss Continental Army troop book in the American Revolution.
First Page Table of Contents Index: The eighteenth volume of the Archives of Maryland series was published inwith Bernard Christian Steiner as the editor, under the direction of the Maryland Historical Society.
(Also contains information on the Delaware regiments of the Continental Army) General orders, muster rolls, returns of provisions, pay rolls, lists for depreciation of pay, a history of the Delaware line, commissary accounts, extracts from the Minutes of the Privy Council, recruiting accounts, exchange of prisoners of war, miscellaneous receipts and accounts, women members of the Delaware.
John Smith's Company\ A Pay Roll of Capt. John Smith's Company of Militia in Col. Warren's Regiment in the service of this State, commencing the 3rd and ending the 28th of Februaryboth days included.
Names When entered When left Wages per Amt. of Amt of wages and sub- service service month wages sistence Capt. Muster-in rolls often contain places of birth, as do descriptive rolls. Before You Begin In order to research a Civil War ancestor, you'll first need to know three things: 1.
the soldier's name 2. whether he served for the Union or Confederate army 3. the state from which the soldier served. Particular attention has been paid to orderly books, muster rolls and soldiers’ diaries.
The large majority of muster rolls and other soldier lists held by the R.I.H.S.L. are arranged by regiment in several archival boxes and two scrapbooks (“Shepley” volumes 1 and 2) filed under “Revolutionary War Records” (MSSsubgroup 2).
Of particular interest is a Receipt Book () kept by Samuel Dyer, a merchant at Plain Dealing, Va., during his term as Assistant to the Clothier (John Moss) to Virginia Troops. Dyer's tenure in the position lasted from August 4,to April 2, "A nation that honors its heroes, honors itself." NOTE: This is not a complete list of all Revolutionary War Soldiers The locating and marking of Revolutionary soldiers' graves is another work of the Daughters of the American Revolution, but carrying with it a great deal of labor, since accurate dates, location, names, services, etc., must be secured and identified before the D.A.R.
markers. These documents include muster rolls, payrolls, strength returns, and other miscellaneous personnel, pay, and supply records of American Army units, Search Compiled Service Records of Soldiers Who Served from New Jersey in the American Army During the Revolution from The National Archives:.
A Muster Roll of Capt. Abraham Tyler's Company in Col. Edmund Phinney's Regiment in Garrison at Fort George, December 8th, The story of the Eighteenth Continental regiment is respectfully dedicated to the posterity of those noble, liberty-loving patriots who served and suffered for your good.
Names of Soldiers, Muster rolls, payrolls, strength returns, and other miscellaneous personnel, pay, and supply records. The 1st South Carolina Regiment was raised on June 6, at Charleston, South Carolina for service with the Continental Army.
The regiment saw action at the Siege of Savannah and the Siege of Charleston. Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army during the War of the Revolution, April,to December, by Francis B. Heitman.
Search in Catalog by “Title” or “Filter by Collection" for "Military". “Revolutionary War Rolls, " (muster rolls and other documents) M The Continental Army was the army raised by the Second Continental Congress to oppose the British Army during the American Revolutionary army went through three major establishments: the first inthe second inand the third from until after the end of the war.
The Continental Army of was a result of several critical reforms and political decisions that came about. Sands, Samuel ; ensign in Colonel Robert Curry's battalion of associators, Stinson, Elijah; ensign in Colonel Joseph Hart's battalion of the flying camp from Bucks county, Scott, John; lieutenant, in the Bucks county battalion of the flying camp, under Colonel Joseph Hart, and in the battle of Long Island, Aug D Troop, 7th Cavalry Regiment Muster Roll Posted on February 2, by Sam Russell Muster Roll of Captain Edward S.
Godfrey’s Troop D of the Seventh Regiment of Cavalry, Army of the United States, (Colonel James W. Forsyth,) from the 31st day of October, to the 31st day of December, Revolutionary War South Carolina Muster Rolls Horry County Historical Society Muster Roll of Capt. Richard B. Roberts’ Company, Continental Corps of Artillery South Carolina Pension applications Pension Applications, Individuals Women of South Carolina in the Revolution (hosted at Prison Ship Forbay, Charles Town Harbour (hosted atSouth Carolina USGenWeb Project) Census of.
Dead and miscellaneous persons laying claim to land are also listed. The book also contains Lieutenant Michael Connolly's return of names from Continental Army muster rolls and an accompanying list of names from the return of Colonel John Lamb.
Another section of the book provides the number and names of townships in the military tract. David Library Of The American Revolution.
Selected Sources On the “Battle Of Monmouth ” MUSTER ROLLS / RETURNS / ORDERLY BOOKS. Militia Service at the Battle of Monmouth. New Jersey State Archives, Trenton; Auditor’s Accounts, Revolutionary War, Book B.
Garry Wheeler Stone 1/ Muster Roll of the Grenadier Company Queens Rangers. John Nice () Family Papers, 1 box, 2 vols., lin. feet Collection Abstract John Nice (b) was the third of four children born to Winnard and Mary Nice of Germantown, Pennsylvania.
Nice joined the army as a young man, and by the age of twenty-one had achieved the rank of captain. He married Sarah Engle inand theFile Size: KB. By-Laws, Muster Roll, and Papers Selected from the Archives of the First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry, First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry.
History of the First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry; From Its Organization November 17th to Its Centennial Anniversary. Literally any history on Morgan prior to him showing up in Winchester, Va.
around at age 17 is speculation. I have researched Morgan fairly extensively and do Rev. War Interpretation as him. Suggest you read Graham’s book “Life of General Daniel Morgan of the Virginia Line of the Continental Army of the United States” published in Pennsylvania Revolutionary War service Records By David Agricola Decem at As I mentioned in a recent message, I plan to post various record series on this forum for the use and benefit of all Patton I shall post all the Patton records I have dug up from several sources concerning the Revolutionary War records in are very fortunate that Pa.
Muster Roll of Captain Charles A. Varnum’s Troop B of the Seventh Regiment of Cavalry, Army of the United States, (Colonel James W. Forsyth,) from the 31st day of October, to the 31st day of December, [Names in bold are believed to have been present at the battle of Wounded Knee.
Those annotated with * were wounded in. About UK, British Army Muster Books and Pay Lists, This series comprises selected muster books and pay lists of the Cavalry, Foot Guards and regular infantry regiments of the line.
Also included are special regiments or corps, colonial troops, various foreign legions and troops, garrison battalions, veteran battalions and depots. The 4th Continental Artillery Regiment, also known as Proctor’s Continental Artillery Regiment, was an American military unit during the American Revolutionary War.
The regiment became part of the Continental Army on 10 June as Colonel Thomas Proctor’s Continental. He can be found on an August,muster roll as a corporal commanded by Maj. Thomas Bull; he is a sergeant on a payroll of Seymour's troops in Gen. Walcott's brigade of volunteers for rations and expenses while in service in ; and he is a lieutenant on a muster roll of Capt.
Seymour's troop of horse in Maj. Bull's regiment of dragoons in. This book is available at Go to the card catalog and enter the name of the book.
Comment: The above book includes a variety of North Carolina records relative to the Revolution. Always locate and look at the originals. • Francis B. Heitman, Officers of the Continental Army during the War of the Revolution, April.
16 FebSamuel Callender writes from Greenfield about this claim for a pension. Samuel Callender of Greenfield, Pa., private in the regiment Or Col. Lewis in the Virginia and Pennsylvania cavalry for one year and ten months, was placed on the Pennsylvania pension roll at $8 per month from 4 April under the Act Or The organization of the Militia in colonial Rhode Island was established by law.
Five county regiments and the number of companies in each town were specified. Annually the General Assembly approved the locally elected officers for the trained bands (companies of militia) at its session in May or the next session in June.
Drafted into the army in from Capt. John Van Metre's militia company. Fink, Jacob. Enlisted in Captain Stephenson's Company in Finley, Samuel. General Samuel Finley had a varied career. He was born Ap He was educated by his uncle, Dr. Samuel Finley, who was a Presbyterian minister, born in Ireland.
Massachusetts Continental Army Soldiers: When the Continental Army was first established in June ofout of soldiers who enlisted in the first year, ab were from Massachusetts.
This is not that surprising though since the American Revolution began in Massachusetts and it was the first colony to be occupied by the British. Muster rolls pdf his service in the Continental Army again, starting a three-year enlistment on Feb.
1,and report his service throughat the siege of Boston.From George Washington to Samuel Huntington, 14 July he receives from him and the orders download pdf the Commanding Officer of such separate Army. All the muster rolls, or Inspection Returns, shall be made out, agreeable to the forms the Inspector General shall from time to time prescribe.
The Inspector General shall keep books in which the.Muster ebook, Capt. Theodore Woodbridge’s Company, Col. Samuel Elmore’s Battalion of Forces Raised in the State of Connecticut, JanuRevolutionary War RollsWar Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records, Records Group 93 (Washington: National Archives Microfilm Publications, M), R Jacket The.