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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, April 1, 1778 through October 26, 1779
Volume 21, Page 23   View pdf image (33K)
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of the Council of Maryland, 1778-1779. 23

McDonal, first Lieut Samuel Watkins, second Lieut James
Corbet, Ensign William Morgan, Capt. John Farmer, first
Lieut Daniel Root, second Lieut William Prigg, Ens. John
Jolly, Capt John Montgomery, first Lieut David McSwain,
2 Lt John Cunningham, Ensign John Patrick, Capt. Winstone
Dallam, first Lieut Samuel Baylis, Richard Ward Ensign, Wil-
liam Rigdon Captain, belonging to the Deer Creek Battalion
of Militia in Harford County also to William Haslet Col.
Vincent Price Lieut Colo Henry Downes Major. John Reynolds
Capt. James Dwigons first Lieut, David Robertson second
Lieut William Dickinson Ensign. Thomas Casson Capt.
Allensby Jump first Lieut James Casson second Lieut, Solo-
mon Kenting Ensign, Thomas Burk Capt. Solomon Kenting
first Lieut, John Hardcastle second Lieut, Nathan Dwiggins
Ensign. Thomas Hughlet Cap. Robert Hardcastle first Lieut
Peter Harrington second Lieut, James Boone Ensign. Samuel
Jackson Capt Ezekiel Robinson first Lieut, James Baggs second
Lieut, William Jackson Ensign, Richard Keen Capt, Young
Keene first Lieut, William Harper second Lieut, John Lee
Ensign, Robert Postlethwait Capt. John White first Lieut,
Joseph Everitt second Lieut, Edgar Rumney Ensign belonging
to the twenty eighth Battalion of Militia in Caroline County
also to Matthew Driver Col. Nathaniel Potter Lieut Colo Joseph
Richardson Major John Mitchel Capt. Peter Richardson first
Lieut. Richard Callison second Lieut, John Chizmn Ensign,
Thomas Lockerman Capt. Alexander Waddel first Lieut.
Richard Frampton second Lieut, Elijah Clark Ens, Shadrack
Liden Captain, John Hooper first Lieut, James White second
Lieut. Seth Evitts Ensign, Nehemiah Andrew Capt. Aaron
Mainship first Lieut, Nathan Mainship second Lieut. Ezekiah
Wheeler Ensign, Hugh McBride Capt. Thomas Eaton, first
Lieut John Dawson second Lieut, Richard Ozment, Ensign
James Douglass Capt. Jesse Greyless first Lieut, James Chaf-
finch second Lieut Bentol Stevens Ens. Peter Rich Cap. Benja-
min Dixon first Lieut. William Cary second Lieut, James
Farmer Ensign Belonging to the fourteenth Batt. of Militia
in Caroline County also to Francis Holland, Colo, Aquila
Paca Lieut Colo John Beadle Hall Major John Rogers Capt.
James Ford first Lieut. Archibald Baley second Lieut Bennett
Barns Ensign. James White Hall Capt, Robert Stokes first
Lieut Henry Stump Junr second Lieut, William Perkins Ens.
Samuel Smith Capt. Matthew Mc Clentick first Lieut. James
Walker second Lieut, James Kaiger Ensign John Wood Capt
Cyrus Osborn, first Lieut, Asa Taylor second Lieut Aaron
Grace Ensign Jacob Forwood Capt. John Ruff first Lieut. John
Chansey second Lieut, George Lytle Ensign, George Patterson

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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, April 1, 1778 through October 26, 1779
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