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Muster Rolls and Other Records of Service of Maryland Troops in the American Revolution
Volume 18, Page 62   View pdf image (33K)
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               62    Records of Maryland Troops in the Continental Service

           Cecil County, July 20th, 1776.

 		I hereby certify that I have mustered Twenty men Enrolled by Mr.
               John Stockton, Jr., Second Lieutenant of a Company of Militia to be
               raised in Cecil County to make part of the Flying Camp, and that they
               are a parcel of able bodied effective men.   Given under my hand the
               day and year above.             Jno. D. Thompson,
 						Lieut. Col. 18th Batt.

           Cecil County, July 29th, 1776.
 		Sirs-Mr. Richard Bird has Enrolled Sixteen men, part of Capt.
               George's Company, Three of which did not appear at the time the
               others met to be mustered and passed. The other Thirteen are able
               bodied effective men. The whole of Mr. Bird's men will in a day or
               two be mustered and passed. As Capt. George is anxious to go to
               Annapolis to get Directions, it is thought not necessary to detain him
               for the few remaining. In a few days a Roll of the whole will be trans
               mitted to you. I am Sirs Your very Humb. Servt.
               Jno. D. Thompson.
   To The Honourable The Council of Safety of Maryland.

  	Enrolled by Capt. Walter Alexander.       Passed by Col. Charles
               Rumsey, July 24th, 1776.

               William Alexander 	Joseph Dawson   	John McClintock
               Christopher Rutledge     James Cavinder  	Joseph Beath, (Bath)
               Jonathan Mullins 	Kenniday Bay     	Stephen McConnel
               William Kite     	Alexander Work   	Patrick Robison
               Edward Martin, (Martain) Robert Evans    	John Denney
               Robert Ray       	James Cochran    	James Smith
               John Patterson   	Abraham Holms    	Thomas Quail
               Thomas Doyl      	Ezekiel Alexander 	William Conway
               Phineas Harvey   	James Alexander  	John Mills
               Thomas Owens     	Robert Longwill  	John Davidson
               Gregry Pearce

   Enrolled by 1st Lieut. Andrew Porter. Reviewed and passed by
               Elihu Hall, of Elisha, July 27th, 1776.

               John Tibbs       	James Conner, (Connor) 	Stephen Right
               Edward Gallinough 	William Creaighton,  	Daniel Linsey
               William Mackey    	(Creaghton, Creaton)  	Dinish Smith
               Stephen Mahoney  	John Tower       	James Quigley
               Roger Daugherty  	Patrick McFaden  	William Beard
               John Barry       	John Duffy       	Solomon Collins
               John Smith       	John Campbell    	Michael McCasker
               George Carlin, (Carlon)  Frances Farrel

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