Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

James Ranter
MSA SC 3520-17566

Sources:


Archival Sources:

Maryland State Archives, Special Collections, Dowsett Collection of Sands Family Papers, William Sands to John and Ann Sands, 14 August 1776 [MSA SC 2095-1-18, 00/20/05/28].

Maryland State Papers, Revolutionary Papers, General Smallwood, Payroll, 1776-1777, box 6 folder 7, MdHR 19970-6-7 [MSA S997-6, 01/07/03/011].

Prince George’s County Court Docket, March 1784, Criminal Appearances, case no. 2, MdHR 5835 [MSA C1203-30, 01/20/09/043

Prince George’s County Court, Court Record, April 1786, p. 565, MdHR 5784 [ MSA C1191-42, 01/20/09/010].


Published Sources:

Extract of a letter from New-York: Account of the battle on Long-Island, 1 September 1776, American Archives Online, series 5, vol. 2.

Laws of Maryland 1785, Chapter 59, Archives of Maryland Online, vol. 204.

Muster Rolls and Other Records of Service of Maryland Troops in the American Revolution, Archives of Maryland Online, vol. 18.

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


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