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Muster Rolls and Other Records of Service of Maryland Troops in the American Revolution
Volume 18, Page 624   View pdf image (33K)
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 624 Records of Maryland Troops in the Continental Service

   I certify that the men mentioned in within list were all transferred
from the line of the State of Maryland State into the Invalid Regt. under
my command and still continue therein & are returned as belonging to
the quota of that State. Philadelphia, 3 July, 1781.

						Lewis Nicola, Col. Inv.

   I certify that Thomas Bond of Count Pulaski's Legion joined the
Invalid Regt. the 25th day of February, 1779, was appointed a Cor
poral therein 1st June, 1779, & promoted to a Serjeant 15th January,
1781, in which station he has continued ever since.
						Lewis Nicola, Col. Inv.
  Philadela. 28th June, 1781.

   I do Certify that Thomas Bond was inlisted a Soldier by Capt.
Siggond in Baltimore for Genl. Count Pulaski's Legion, May 8th, 1778,
& was transfered to join the Invalid Regiment Feby. 25th, 1779, not
being fit for Camp duty. 			Henry Becker, Capt.
  June 28th, 1781.   Light Dragoons.

   James Murphy, of Queen Ann's County, enlisted in the 5th Md.
Regt. in 1777, and was transferred to the Invalid Regt., (having lost a
leg), from which he was discharged by Col. Lewis Nicola, Jan. 7th, 1780.
He was referred by the Council of Maryland Oct 14th, 1785, as a
pensioner under the Act of Oct., 1778, to the Orphans' Court of Queen
Ann's County.

          		 MARYLAND ACTS-OCTOBER, 1778.

   An ACT for the relief of disabled and maimed officers, soldiers,
marines, and seamen.
   "Be it enacted, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That every
commissioned officer, non-commissioned officer, and private soldier,
who have or shall lose a limb, or have been or shall be so disabled in the
service of the United States of America, as to render him incapable of
getting a livelihood, and who, at the time of entering into the service
of the said United States, was or shall be enlisted or recruited by this
state, shall receive during his life, or the continuance of such disability,
the one half of his monthly pay, from and after the time that his pay as
an officer or soldier ceases. And that every commander of any ship of

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