Muster Rolls, Etc., 1743-1787

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Thomas Lynch Montgomery
Harrisburg Publishing Company, state printer, 1906 - Pennsylvania
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Page 36 - I, AB do swear that the within muster Roll is a true state of the Company without fraud to these United States, or to any individual, according to the best of my knowledge.
Page 445 - We do swear, that the within muster roll is a true state of the company, without fraud to these United States, or to any individual, according to our best knowledge. AB Capt. CD lieutenant or ensign. Sworn to before me, this day of E.
Page 640 - Domini one thousand seven hundred & eighty three before me the subscriber one of the Justices of the Court of Common Pleas for...
Page 206 - To the Honourable the Council of Safety for the State of Pennsylvania. The Petition of Henry Geiger Esqr., Colonel of the second Battalion of Associators for the County of Northampton.
Page 538 - Company, one Captain, two Lieutenants, one Ensign, four Sergeants, four Corporals, one Drummer, one hundred and four Privates.
Page 338 - Feals. 23d April 1782 Before me appeared Andrew Raub Ensign of the First Company of the Fourth Battalion of Militia of Northampton County and upon his Solemn affirmation doth say that the above is a true Return of the male white inhabitants between the ages of eighteen and fifty three within the district of the said Company accord'g to the best of his knowledge.
Page 631 - MUSTER ROLLS RELATING TO THE ASSOCIATORS AND MILITIA OF THE COUNTY OF NORTHUMBERLAND, (a) NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY LIEUTENANTS.
Page 535 - ... present Peter Kachline, Jacob Arndt, John Okeley and Henry Kooken, Esqrs. A letter was presented and read from James Wilson, Esqr., one of the delegates for this Province, desiring that a list of officers names chosen by the Committee and Company of riflemen now raised here, should be transmitted to the delegates: Whereupon the Committee called the said Company together, who made choice of the following gentlemen to be their officers, and who are approved of by this Committee, viz. Captain —...
Page 649 - ... David Hayes, January 24, 1776. First Lieutenant. Charles Clark, January 24, 1776. Ensign. Thomas Gray, January 24, 1776. ELEVENTH COMPANY. Captain. Philip Davis, January 24, 1776. First Lieutenant. James Espey, January 24, 1776. Second Lieutenant. John Nelson, January 24, 1776. Ensign. Jacob Fulmore, January 24, 1776. I do hereby certify the above to be a true return of the several companies which form the battalion in the Upper Division of the County of Northumberland, as delivered in to me....
Page 99 - Muster Roll in the Second Battalion of Associators in the County of Northampton, and Province of Pennsylvania, which is to compose part of the Flying Camp of Ten Iltousand Men, Commanded by Col. Hart, and in Capt".

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