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

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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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