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Muster Rolls and Other Records of Service of Maryland Troops in the American Revolution
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          during the War of the American Revolution, 1775-83. 			661

    +      Wright, John, Quarter Master.
    B.     Yates, Richard, Boatswain's Mate, Apl 28 to Dec 8, 1777.
           Yates, Vachel, Sergeant of Marines, ---; Lieut. of Marines, Feb 15 to
             Oct 15, 1777; Capt. of Marines, Oct 15 to Dec 15, 1777.

         Compiled from Papers in the Land Office of Maryland by Philip D.
     Laird, 1896, and presented by him to the Maryland Historical Society.
         It is compiled alphabetically from four Accounts of Seamen's
     Wages,-one from September 12, 1776, to August 15, 1777; one
     from August 15 to October 15, 1777; one from October 15 to
     November 15, 1777; one from November 15 to December 31, 1777-
     and from a List of Officers and Men, without date, which is manifestly
     prior to the dates of the pay accounts. The names in the list, where
     they are in addition to those in the pay accounts, are indicated by the
     mark +. The letter B., in the margin, indicates those who received
     bounty, the information being derived from two accounts of "Bounties
     paid by the Ship Defence," amounting, in the aggregate, to £630.
     The time of service is not given in all cases, in the pay accounts, and
     in a number of instances the rank is omitted. As far as possible dates
     of promotion are given.


     List of the names of maimed Soldiers entitled to half pay under the Act of October
                        Session, 1778.

     Joseph Botts.    	Frederick Ire.   	James Smith.
     James Burk.      	James Isaacs.    	William Ely.
     James Brewer.    	Daniel Keith.    	John Shaw, Sergt.
     John Butcher.    	Macnamara, (sic.) 	Samuel Tyndall.
     John Dent, Corpl.	Thomas McGee.   	William Fulton.
     James Dyre.      	John Mathews, Corpl.   	Samuel Wilson, Sergt.
     Michael Duffy.   	James O'Hara.    	John Vanzant.
     William Evans.   	James Pope.      	Richard Wilkinson.
     George Finleyson.	Christopher Reynol.  	Joseph Quinn.
     Caleb Hazel.     	Valentine Smith. 	John Lowery.
     John Howard.                      		Edward Cain.
     James Scott.

     Allowances for the support of the families of Soldiers enlisted in the Continental
                       Army, 1777-1780.
     Richard Crosby.  Edward Evans.    Michael Coaleman.
     James McCarty.   James Kelly.     Wm. Hendersides.
     Wm. Murphy.      Wm. Lytle.

Sept. 1778, a commission was appointed ‘to take the deposition of Joseph Barnes,
a Soldier' in a suit pending.

* Extracts, from the proceedings of the Orphans Court of Harford County, 1784-1803'
and the ‘Records of the County Court of Harford County, 1777-1780' made by Dr. G. W.

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