Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

James Marr
MSA SC 3520-17205


Archival Sources:

"Extract of a letter from New York: Account of the battle on Long Island." American Archives S5 V2 107-108.

National Archives, Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, NARA M804, Record Group 15, Roll 1631, William Marr, Pension number W. 3838. courtesy of

Maryland State Papers, Revolutionary Papers, December 1776 payroll. MdHR 19970-6-1-1/26-1, item 6-7/4 [MSA S997-6, 1/7/3/11].

Published Sources:

Arthur Alexander. How Maryland Tried to Raise Her Continential Quotas. Maryland Historical Magazine 42, no. 3 (1957).

Enoch Anderson. Personal Recollections of Captain Enoch Anderson: Eyewitness Accounts of the American Revolution. New York: New York Times & Arno Press, 1971.

Tacyn, Mark Andrew. "'To The End:' The First Maryland Regiment and the American Revolution." PhD Dissertation, University of Maryland College Park, 1999.

Truitt, Jeffrey W. "'Animated by the Spirit of '76?': The Motivations and Aspirations of the Revolutionary War's Common Soldiers." Senior Thesis, Washington College, 2014.

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