Princes: Records of our ancestors: containing a complete list of all persons by the name of Prince, who served in Lexington alarm, April, 1775, Revolutionary War, War of 1812, and the Civil War 1861-65 (Google eBook)

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Frank Albert Prince
Sentinel Publishing co., 1897 - 88 pages
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Page 17 - Esq.; also, list of men raised for the 6 months service and returned by Brig. Gen. Paterson as having passed muster in a return dated Camp Totoway, Oct. 25, 1780...
Page 22 - Appears among signatures to an order for Bounty Coat or its equivalent in money, due for the eight months
Page 5 - for the relief of Boston in the Lexington Alarm," April, 1775, appear the following names.
Page 8 - Camps, where it was assigned to General Sullivan's Brigade on Winter Hill at the left of the besieging line, and remained until the expiration of term of service in December, '75 ; adopted as Continental and reorganized under Colonel Webb for service in '76.
Page 27 - Again appears with a warrant to pay officers and men borne on a roll bearing date of Aug. 19, 1783, of Capt. George Ulmer's Co. SANTEE PRINCE. Rank, " Matross
Page 12 - Military Services, as Returned under the Act for Taking the Sixth Census in 1840.
Page 17 - Springfield; also, descriptive list of men raised to reinforce the Continental Army for the term of 6 months, agreeable to resolve of June 5, 1780, returned as received of Justin Ely, Commissioner, by Brig.
Page 3 - Three-quarters of a pound of pork or one pound of beef, one pound of bread or flour, three pints of beer to each man per day beef to be fresh two days in the week also half a pint of rice or one pint of Indian meal ; six ounces of butter and three pints of peas or beans each man per week.
Page 30 - I hereby certify that the records of this Office show the following in relation to service of Abel and James Prince in Revolutionary War.

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