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Muster Rolls and Other Records of Service of Maryland Troops in the American Revolution
Volume 18, Page 17   View pdf image (33K)
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     during the War of the American Revolution, 1775-83.   17

RANK.		DATE OF ENLISTMENT.	NAMES.			REMARKS.

Privates	Mch 11   		John Harper		disch. 9 May
                     "			Francis Mitchell	present
                     "			John Carr		"
                     8   		John Majors		"
                     "			Edward Edwards		"
                Jan 24   		Dennis Kellis		"
                Feb 12   		James McGill		"
                    16   		John Hooper		disch.
                Jan 29   		James Murphy		"
                Mch 12   		James Ranter		"
                Jan 21   		Nicholas Watkins	"
                Feb 28   		Abraham Chapman		disch.
          	Mch 11   		Nathaniel O'Neale	"
                     "			James Devaun		"
                     "			William Sewell		"
                Feb 15   		Wm. McKinsey		absent	making cloaths for
                     "                    				company
                Apl 14   		John Nottingham       	present
                     "			Wm. Kinnick   		"
                     "			Elisha Richardson     	sick  	in barracks
                     "			Nicholas Ridgely      	present
                     "			John Swan		"
                      				        M
    EIGHTH COMPANY.

        Samuel Smith, Captain.   	Joseph Ford, 2nd Lieut.
        James Campbell, 1st Lieut.   	Bryan Philpot, Ensign.

       Elected by the Convention of Maryland, Jan. 2nd, 1776.*

       A Copy of the Enlistment of the Eighth Company of the 1st Bat
   talion of Maryland forces. We whose names are hereto Subscribed do
   voluntarily Enlist ourselves Soldiers to Serve as Such during the present
   dispute between Great Britain & America unless Sooner discharged by
   Order of the Convention or Council of Safety of Maryland for the Time
   being hereby Subjecting ourselves to Such Rules & Regulations as are
   or shall be made by the Convention of Maryland for Regulating & gov
   erning the forces in the Pay of this Province, Witness our hands

   * See Proceedings of the Conventions of Maryland, pp. 67, 68.
   


 
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