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Muster Rolls and Other Records of Service of Maryland Troops in the American Revolution
Volume 18, Page 372   View pdf image (33K)
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372 	Records of Maryland Troops in the Continental Service

   	A Return of the Men Draughted in Worcester County, May the
first, 1781.

Thomas Handley		William Conner  	Kendal Taylor
Adkins Dennis      	Isaac Boston    	Elisha Long
Henry Corckwell    	William Marshall     	Edward Bishop
Alexander Porter   	Henry Ayrs      	Isaac Marshal
William Butler     	William Cowley  	Ruben Cropper
Daniel Eashom      	Richard Sturgis 	Isaac Brillingham
Edward Cropper     	Midleton Harmon 	Levi Powell
J esey Brattan     	John Ewens, ofJushua 	Levi Cropper, of Natl.
John Gray          	Elias Penewell  	John Brevard
William Handy      	John Johnson    	Seth Hutson
William Jones      	Levin Newton    	James Mumford
George Turner

     					Joseph Dashiell, Lieut.


Henry Williams		William Brada        	John Gleen
Henry Harris       	Daniel B. Bayley     	Jacob Jefferies
James Bryne        	James Reynolds  	William Taylor
Reubin Elbon       	William Grace   	James Wilson
John Collins       	Richard Green  		Augustine Bryan
William Lynes      	Abraham Reynolds     	Thomas Farmer
William Wilson     	Smyth Bagwell   	Edward Chambers
James Shepperd     	John Thomas     	Shadrick Sap
George Finley      	Ishmael Wroth   	John Starkey
William Dunkin     	John Harris     	Absolom Scott
Richard Dolvin     	William Guggon  	Richard Demby
William Elbon      	James Chambers    	   Class 18 drafted May 5
Thomas Wood		Timothy Conner

	Agreeable to the assessment we made out thirty-nine Classes of
sixteen Thousand pounds each & every Class, (except one), has
furnished a recruit for three years according to the above list. The
deficient Class was drafted on the fifth day of May & I hope that a
recruit for three years will be produced for that Class. Alexander
Boys passed by Class No. 35, we discovered was subject to fits; who
we have since discharged, the Class agreeing to pay their proportion to
the State. The said Boys having received but a small sum.
           						W.  Bordley.
	May 16th, 1781.

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