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Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, January 1-March 20, 1777
Volume 16, Page 351   View pdf image (33K)
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of the Council of Maryland, 1777. 351

William Wise Ensign, William Holland Capt. Fisher Walton
first Lieut. George Lafield second Lieut. Joshua Duer Ensign,
James Patterson Capt William Smith first Lieut James Hinson
second Lieut. Jonathan Henson Ensign, John Stewart Capt
Barkely Townsend first Lieut Nixon Davis second Lieut. Wil-
liam Parker Ensign, Isaac Lafield Capt. Thomas Marshall first
Lieut Henry Dennis second Lieut. Littleton Long Ensign
John Paramor Captain Henry Ayres first Lieut John Selby
second Lieut. Levin Hill Ensign, Samuel Smyley Capt. Wil-
liam Richardson first Lieut John Outton Sturgis second Lieut.
John Ayres Ensign George Spence Capt. John Spence first
Lieut Jesse Ennis second Lieut. William Bishop Ensign of the
Snow Hill Batt. in Worcester County. Wiliam Hopewell Col.
James Martin Lieut Col. Ebenezer Handy Major Robert
Handy Capt George Parsons first Lieut James Purdue second
Lieut Frederick Hill Ensign Philip Quinton Capt Bozman
Schoolfield first Lieut. James Townsend second Lieut John
Scott Ensign, Samuel Horsey Capt. John Sturgis first Lieut
Stephen Horsey Livingston second Lieut Richard Mills
Ensign John Pope Mitchell Capt. Elijah Shockley Capt.
James Thompson first Lieut. John Richardson second Lieut
Jonathan Catheel Ensign, Benj. Dennis Capt George Downes
first Lieut. John Victor second Lieut Levin Outton Ensign
Charles Bennett Capt. Roland Bevins first Lieut James Bennet
second Lieutenant Joseph Richards Ensign, Isaac Houston
Capt. John Davis first Lieut. George Gevans second Lieut
William Dennis Ensign belonging to the Wicomico Battalion
of Militia in Worcester County.
Commission issued to John Philpot appointed Ensign of
Capt. Sterretts Compy in Baltimore County also to William
Hammond appointed Quarter Master to Col. Thomas Dorseys
Batt. in Ann Arrl County.
The Militia who have been called in having generally left
their Arms behind them and there not being public Arms
enough to furnish the whole of the Militia who ought at this
Time of Invasion to be in Service The Militia Officers are
requested to borrow or purchase for the use of the public all
the effective Arms they can and to forward them to such
places as they may conveniently be ordered into the hands of
the marching Militia and all persons who have effective Arms
are desired to furnish their Arms either on Loan or Sale and
they may depend on being paid the Value of their Arms lent
in case of Loss Th Johnson

Commissions issued to George Day Scott appd Col John
Stewart Lieut Col. Esme Bayley Major of Salisbury Batt and
Thomas Hayward Col. Peter Waters Lieut Col. Thomas
Bruff Major of Princess Ann Battalion in Somerset County.

C. B.

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Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, January 1-March 20, 1777
Volume 16, Page 351   View pdf image (33K)
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