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Mich'l Bowen.

Ensign.
Frederick Tryon.

6th Compy.

Captain,
Christian Ley.

Lieut.
John Krill.

Ensign.
^^John Kuster.

7th Comp'y.
Captain.
Mich'l Singer.

Lieut.
Charles Reighard.

Ensign.
Joseph Martin.

8th Comp'y.

Captain.
Dan'l Hening.

Lieut.
Henry Berry.

Ensign.
Dan'l Straw.



EXECUTIVE MINUTES— 1790-1817. 185

Light Infantry Company.
Captain.
Abraham Deobler.

Lieut.
John Bowman.

Ensign.
Adam Richard.

Ex. Min. (T. M.) Vol. II.



RETURN OF THE ELECTION OF NINE OFFICERS IN
THE MILITIA OF THE COUNTY OF BEDFORD.



Friday, January 25th, 1793.

1st Battalion.
Lieut. Colonel.
Thomas Coullir.

Major.
George Smith.

2nd Batt'n.

Lieu't Col'n.

William Patterson.

Major.
George Wilds.

3d Batt'n.

Lieut. Colonel.

John Wells.

Major.
John Lamber.



Armed Light Infantry Company of the First Battalion.

Captain.
Samuel Davidson.



186 MILITARY ABSTRACTS.

First Lieutenant.
Artliur McGauphy.

second Lieutenant.
Josiah Espy.



Ex. Min. (T. M.) Vol. XL



A RETURN OF OP FICERS FOR THE LANCASTER COUN-
TY TROOP OF LIGHT HORSE.



Monday, March 25th, 1793.

Captain.
Edward Hand.

first Lieutenant.
Robert Coleman.

second Lieutenant.
James Ross.

Cornet.
Samuel Boude.



Ex. Min. (T. M.) Vol. H.



RETURN OF THE ELECTION OF OFFICERS FOR THREE
PATTALIONS OF THE MILITIA OF BEDFORD.



Monday, April 1st, 1793.

Ist Comp'y.

Captain.
Henry Reigar.

Lieut.
William Drening.

Ensign.

Edward Daley.

Number of Men in said Company 75.



EXECUTIVE MINUTES— 1790-1817. 187

2d Comp'y.
Captain.
John Weisgerber.

Lieut.
Amos Edwards.

Ensign.
Conrad Haverstock.

Number of Men in said Company 72.

3d Comp'y.
Captain.
Jacob Bonnett.

Lieut.
Isaac Bonnett.

Ensign.
John Kinton.

Number of Men in said Company 121.

4tb Comp'y.
Captain.
Andrew Emerich.

Lieut.
Ludwicli Leiberger.

Ensign.
Jacob Springer.

Number of Men in said Company 102.

5th Comp'y.
Captain.
William Paxton.

Lieut.
John Bois.

Ensign.
Joseph Ferguson.

Number of Men in said Company 108.



188 MILITARY ABSTRACTS.

6tli Comp'y.
Captain.
Jonathan Cessna.

Lieut.
Abraham Plumer.

Ensign.

John Meas.

Number of Men in said Company 81.

7th Comp'y.
Captain.
Anthony Smith,

Lieut.
Henry Wetstone.

Ensign.

Allen Rose.

iMumber of Men in said Company 87.

Second Battalion.

1st Comp'y.
Captain.
James Burd.

Lieut.
John Todd.

Ensign.

John Ambrosure.

iNumber of Men in said Company 69.

2d Comp'y.

Captain.
Moses Graham.

Lieut.
Charles Ferry.

Ensign.

Bernard Man.

Number of Men in said Company 87.



KXECUTIVE MINUTES— 1790-1817. 189

3d Comp'y.
Captain.
Peter Morgrett.

Lieut.
Michael Blew.

Ensign.
Philip Keel.

Number of Men in said Company 57.

4th Comp'y.

Captain.
Wandell Ott.

Lieut.
Daniel McConnell.

Ensign.

John Gibson.

Number of Men in said Company 50.

5th Comp'y.

Captain.

Thomas Bond.

Lieut.
William Jack.

Ensign.

John Riley.

Number of Men in said Company 49.

6th Comp'y.

Captain.

Philip Longstretch.

Lieut.
Peter Swartzelever.

Ensign.

Michael George.

Number of Men in said Company 62.



190 MILITARY ABSTRACTS.

7th Comp'y.

Captain.
Isaac Cowle.

Lieut.
David Sliger.

Ensign.

Francis Welsh.

Number of Men in said Company 83.

8th Comp'y.
Captain.
William Alexander.

Lieut.
John Sloan.

Ensign.

David John.

Number of Men in said Company 70.

Third Battalion.

1st Comp'y.

Captain.

Abraham Nafe.

Lieut.
George Barone.

Ensign.

Jacob Beam.

Number of Men in said Company 46.

2d Comp'y.

Captain.

James McMullen,

Lieut.
Lewis Mitchell.

Ensign.

Jeremiah Reed.

Number of Men in said Company 68.



EXECUTIVE MINUTES— 1790-1817. 191

3d Comp'y.

Captain.
Jacob Cox.

Lieut.
Tliomas "Wilson.

Ensign.

Peter Garey.

Number of Men in said Company 87.

4th Comp'y.

Captain.

Christian Rice.

Lieut.
Martin Dively.

Ensign.
John Lor6.

Number of Men in said Company 108.

5th Comp'y.

Captain.
Joseph Buclc.

Lieut.
Christian Limit.

Ensign.

Edward Stoy.

Number of Men in said Company 115.

6th Comp'y.
Captain.
Gasper Stodler, Jun'r.

Lieut.
George Lambert.

Ensign.

John Stodler.

Number of Men in said Company' 73.



192 MILITARY ABSTRACTS.

7th Comp'y.

Captain.
Philip Smith.

Lieut.
Henry Everly.

Ensign.
Jacob Smith.

Number of Men in said Company 61.

8th Comp'y.

Captain.

Fredericli Snap.

Lieut.
Henry Miller.

Ensign.

Matthias Marker.

Number of Men in said Company 54.

9th Comp'y.

Captain,
Henry Stall.

Lieut.
George Perrow.

Ensign.

Jacob Sheaffer.

Number of Men in said Company 52.

Ex. Min. (T. M.) Vol. II.



OFFICERS APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR TO COM-
MAND THE THREE DEFENSIVE COMPANIES OF AC-
TIVE AND EXPERIENCED RIFLEMEN OF THE MILI-
TIA.



Wednesday, April 3rd, 1793.

I. John Sloan to be Captain.

John Craig, Lieutenant of the Westmoreland County Com-
pany of Rangers.



EXECUTIVE MINUTES— 1790-1817. 193

2nd William Crawford — to be Captain.
Robert Stevenson — to be Lieutenant of the Washington
County Company of Rangers.

3rd. Tliomas 6. Patterson — to be captain.
Samuel Murphy — to be Lieutenant of the Allegheny County
Company of Rangers.

Ex. Min. (T. M.) Vol. II.



Thursday, April 11th, 1793.

The Governor this day in pursuance of an Act of the Gen-
eral Assembly entitled "An Act for the regulation of the Mili-
tia of the Commonw^ealth of Pennsylvania" made the follow-
ing appointment of Officers, and Commissions were issued to
them respectively for the term of seven years.

Josiah Harmer Adjutant General of the Militia of Com-
monwealth of Pennsylvania.

Lewis Nicholas. .. .Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the
City of Philadelphia.

Joseph Ker Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the

County of Philadelphia.

Augustine Willet Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the

County of Bucks.

John Harper Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the

County of Chester.

John Work Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the Coun-
ty of Lancaster.

Alexander Russell. . . .Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the
County of York.

John Alexafider Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the

County of Cumberland.

Valentine Eckhart Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the

County of Berks.

John Craig Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the Coun-
ty of Northampton.

Benjamin Burd Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the

County of Bedford.

Bernard Hubley Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the

County of Northumberland.

Charles Campbell Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the

County of Westmoreland.

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194 MILITARY ABSTRACTS.

Absalom Baird Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the

County of Washington, other than the Townships of Green,
Cumberland, Franklin. Morgan and East Bethlehem.

Joseph Terrance Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the

County of Fayette.

Josiah Crawford Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the

County of Franklin.

George Weaver Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the

County of Montgomery.

John Gloningher. .. .Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the
County of Dauphine.

Jesse Fell Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the Coun-
ty of Luzerne.

John Cadwallader Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the

County of Huntingdon.

Presley Neville Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the

County of Allegheny.

Thomas Nesbitt Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the

County of Mifflin.

William Brooke Brigade Inspector of the Militia of the

County of Delaware.

The following gentlemen were then accepted as sureties for
the Officers before mentioned and Bonds were taken from
them in due form of law.

For the Adjutant General. Francis Johnston and William
Govett of the City of Philadelphia.

For the Brigade Inspector, of the City of Philadelphia. Wil-
liam McPherson, Andrew Porter, Henry Toland. and John
Shee of the said City.

For the Brigade Inspector of the County of Philadelphia.

For the Brigade Inspector of the County of Bucks.

For the Brigade Inspector of the County of Chester — John
Hannum and William Gibbons of the said County.

For the Brigade Inspector of the County of Lancaster.

For the Brigade Inspector of the County of York.

For the Brigade Inspector of the County of Cumberland —
William Alexander of the Borough of Carlisle.

For the Brigade Inspector of the County of Berks — George
Eckhert of Reading and Michael Brobst of Albany Township
in the said County.

For the Brigade Inspector of the County of Northampton —
Joseph Martin and Daniel_ Stroud liTSquires of the said County.

For the Brigade Inspector of the County of Bedford,



EXECUTIVE MINUTES— 1790-1817. 195

For the Brigade Inspector of the County of rTorthumber-
land— Thomas Grant and Alexander Hunter of the said County,

For the Brigade Inspector of the County of Westmoreland.

For the Brigade Inspector of the County of Washington
other than the Townships of Green, Cumberland, Franklin,
Morgan and East Bethlehem— John Hoge Esquire of the Town
of Washington in the said County.

For the Brigade Inspector of the County of Payette — James
Paul and Ephraim Douglass Esquires of the said County.

For the Brigade Inspector of the County of Franklin —
Samuel Purviance and Samuel Dryden of the said County.

For the Brigade Inspector of the County of Montgomery —
Henry Kooken and Christian Weaver of the said County.

For the Brigade Inspector of the County of Dauphine —
Thomas Clarke Esquire of the said County.

For the Brigade Inspector of the County of Luzerne — Put-
nam Catten and Arnold Colt.

For the Brigade Inspector of the County of Huntingdon —
Benjamin Elliot and John Canan of the said County.

For the Brigade Inspector of the County of Allegheny —
Isaac Craig and Abraham Kirkpatrick.

For the Brigade Inspector of the County of Mifflin.

For the Brigade Inspector of the County of Delaware —
John Lindsey and Philip Moore of the said County.

Edward Hand and William Irvine Esquires were also this
day appointed Majors General; the former for the fourth
division of the Militia of this State composed of the Counties
of Lancaster and York; and the latter for the sixth division
of the Militia of this State composed of the Counties of
Cumberland and Franklin and they were commissioned ac-
cordinly for the term of seven years.

Ex. Min. (T. M.) Vol. II



Friday, April 12th. 1793.
The Governor this day appointed John Heaton Esquire of
the County of Washington to be Brigade Inspector of the Bri-
gade composed of the Militia of the Townships of Green,
Cumberland, Franklin, Morgan and East Bethlehem being the
second Brigade in the said County — and accepted as his sure-
ty John Hoge Esquire of the said County — a Commission for
seven years was then issued according to the Act of Assembly.

Ex. Min. (T. M.) Vol. II.



196 MILITARY ABSTRACTS.

In pursuance of the late Militia Law the Governor this day
appointed Stephen Moylan Esquire to be Major General of
the third division composed of the Militia of the Counties
of Chester and Delaware; and Thomas Procter esquire Brig-
adiar General of the Brigade of Militia composed of the City
of Philadelphia; and commissions were issued to the said
Gentlemen accordingly for the term of seven years — who were
informed of their appointment.



Saturday, April 13th, 1793.

The Governor this day appointed James Irvine of the City
of Philadelphia to be Major General of the first division com-
posed of the Militia of the City and County of Philadelphia;
and he was commissioned accordingly for the term of seven
years agreeably to the late Militia Law.

James Ross esquire of the County Lancaster was also this
day appointed and commissioned Brigadier General of the
Brigade composed of the Militia of the said County agreeably
to the said Act.



Sunday, April 14th, 1793.

The Governor this day appointed Thomas Craig Esquire to
be Major General of the second division composed of the
Militia of the Counties of Bucks and Montgomery; and Henry
Miller Esquire to be Brigadier General of the Brigade com-
posed of the Militia of the County of York, and the said Gentle-
men were commissioned accordingly for seven years agreeably
to said Act — and the Secretary informed them of their ap-
pointments.

John Patton esquire was also appointed Major General of the
eighth division composed of the Militia of the Counties of
Bedford, Huntingdon and Mifflin, and being commissioned
accordingly was informed thereof.



Monday, April IBth, 1793.

The Governor this day appointed John Gibson esquire to be
Major General of the ninth division composed of the Militia
of the Counties of Westmoreland, Washington, Fayette and
Allegheny; and Francis Murray esquire to be Brigadier Gen-



EXECUTIVE MINUTES— 1790-1817. 197

eral 'of the Brigade composed of the Militia of the County
of Bucks and the said Gentlemen were commissioned ac-
cordingly for seven years agreeably to the said Act of As-
sembly.



Tuesday, April 16th, 1793.

The Governor this day appointed Daniel Hiester esquire
Major General of the fifth division composed of the Militia
of the Counties of Berks and Dauphine and he was com-
missioned for seven years agreeably to the Militia Law; and
William Wilson esquire was also appointed Brigadier General
of the Brigade composed of the Militia of the County of Nor-
thumberland and being commissioned as aforesaid was in-
formed of the said appointment.



Wednesday, April 17th, 1793.

The Governor this day appointed William Montgomery Es-
quire Major General of the seventh division composed of the
Militia of the Counties Northampton, Northumberland and
Luzerne; and Simon Spalding Esquire Brigadier General of
the Brigade composed of the Militia of the County of Luzerri?
and they were commissioned accordingly for the term
of seven years agreeably to the Act of Assembly and by letter
informed of their appointment.



Thursday. April 18th, 1793.

The Governor this day appointed John Wilkins junior Es-
quire a Brigadier General of the Brigade composed of the
Militia of the County of Allegheny; and being commissioned
accordingly for seven years agreeably to the late Act of As-
sembly was informed of his appointment.

Ex. Min. (T. M.) Vol. II.



Friday, April 19th, 1793.

In pursuance of the late Militia Law the Governor this day
made the following appointment of oflicers, vizt:



198 MILITARY ABSTRACTS.

Jacob Morgau — Brigadier General of the Brigade composed
of the Militia of the County of Philadelphia.

James Morris — Brigadier General of the Brigade composed of
the Militia of the County of Montgomery.

Richard Thomas — Brigadier General of the Brigade composed
of the Militia of the County of Chester.

Benjamin Brannon — Brigadier General of the Brigade com-
posed of the Militia of the County of Delaware.

George Bge — Brigadier General of the Brigade composed of
the Militia of the County of Berks.

John Andre Hanna — Brigadier General of the Brigade com-
posed of the Militia of the County of Dauphine.

Thomas Buchannan — Brigadier General of the Brigade com-
posed of the Militia of the County of Cumberland.

Jonas Hartzell — Brigadier General of the Brigade composed
of the Militia of the County of Northampton.

John Piper — Brigadier General of the Brigade composed of
the Militia of the County of Bedford.

Benjamin Elliott — Brigadier General of the Brigade com-
posed of the Militia of the County of Huntingdon.

John Brattan — Brigadier General of the Brigade composed of
the Militia of the County of Mifflin.

William Jack — Brigadier General of the Brigade composed of
the Militia of the County of Westmoreland.

Harry Taylor — Brigadier General of the Brigade composed of
the Militia of the County of Washington except the townships
of Green. Cumberland, Franklin, Morgan and East Bethlehem —
being the first Brigade in the said County.

John Minor — Brigadier General of the Second Brigade in the
County of Washington composed of the Militia of the Town-
ships of Green, Cumberland, Franklin, Morgan and East Beth-
lehem in the said county.

Ephraim Douglass — Brigadier General of the Brigade com-
posed of the Militia of the County of Fayette.

Commissions were then issued accordingly for seven years
agreeably to the said Act of Assembly, and the said gentlemen
were informed of their appointment.

Ex. Min. (T. M.) Vol. II.



EXECUTIVE MINUTES— 1790-1817. 199



A RETURN OF THE OFFICERS OP A TROOP OP MILITIA
LIGHT HORSE IN THE COUNTY OP CUMBERLAND
BADE BY JOHN ALEXANDER, BRIGADE INSPECTOR.



Wednesday, May 15th, 1793.



Captain.
Samuel McCroskey.

1st Lieut.
John Murray,

2nd Lieut.
Michael Ege.

Cornet.
John R. Postlewaite.



Ex. Min. (T. M.) Vol. II.



Friday, May 24th, 1793.
The Governor this day accepted the resignation of Jonas
Hartzell, Esquire, of the office of Brigadier General of the Bri-
gade composed of the Militia of the County of Northampton.
Robert Brown, Esquire, was thereupon appointed and com-
missioned to the said office in his room.



Saturday, May 25th, 1793.
The Governor this day accepted the resignation of Robert
Stevenson as Lieutenant of the Washington County Company
of Rangers and upon recommendation in favor of Eleazer Wil-
liamson this day appointed and commissioned him to the Lieu-
tenant of the said company under Captain William Crawford.



Friday, May 31st, 1793.
Josiah Harmer, Esquire, Adjutant General of the Militia
of this State made a draft of one Company of Infantry and a



200 MILITARY ABSTRACTS.

detachment of twenty men from Captain Fisher's Company
of Artillery with two field pieces to be subject to the orders
of the Mayor of the City of Philadelphia or of the Sheriff of the
said City and County.



Saturday, June 1st, 1793.

The Governor this day accepted the resignation of James
Irvine, Esquire, of the office of Major General of the Division
composed of the Militia of the City and County of Philadel-
phia.



Tuesday, June 4th, 1793.

The Governor this day accepted the resignation of Richard
Thomas bf his office of Brigadier General of the Brigade com-
posed of the Militia of the County of Chester and upon a re-
spectable recommendation appointed and commissioned John
Bartholomew, Esquire, to that office.

Ex. Min. (T. M.) Vol. II.



RETURN OP MILIITIA OFFICERS OF THE FIRST, SECOND
AND THIRD REGIMENTS AND FOUR COMPANIES OF
THE FOURTH REGIMENT OF THE MILITIA OF THE
FAYETTE COUNTY BRIGADE.



Thursday, June 6th, 1793.

1st Regiment.

Lieutenant Colonel.
William Lynn.

1st Major.
William Oliphant.

2nd Major.
Basil Brashears.

1st Company.

Captain.
William Elliott.



EXECUTIVE MINUTES— 1790-1817. 201

Lieutenant.
Jesse Forsythe.

Ensign.
David Gray.

2nd Company.

Captain.

Micliael Sowers.

Lieutenant.
John Bowman.

Ensign.
Robert Carson.

3rd Company.

Captain.

Barwicli Brashears.

Lieutenant.
James IVIcCreary.

Ensign.
Samuel Winders.

4tli Company.

Captain.
George Dearth.

Lieutenant.
George Chandler.

Ensign.
Jacob Deem.

5th Company.

Captain.

William McFarland.

Lieutenant.
Henry Grier.

Ensign.
Henry Gaddis.



202 EXECUTIVE MINUTES— 1790-1817.

6th Company.

Captain.

Samuel Torrence.

Lieutenant.
Greorge Moore.

Ensign.
William Bryan.

7th Company.

Captain.

Benjamin Arnold.

Lieutenant.
Thomas Conwell.

Ensign.
Jeremiah Davidson.

8th Company.

Captain.

William Cunningham.

Lieutenant.
Thomas Burns.

Ensign.
Thomas Blakeley.

Staff Officers

Adjutant.

Andrew Oliphant.

Quarter Master.
Richard McGuire.

Pay Master.
Andrew Lynn.

2nd Regiment.
Lieutenant Colonel.
Laddock Springer.

1st Major.
Thomas Carr.



EXECUTIVE MINUTES— 1790-1817. 203

2nd Major.
John McFarland.

1st Company.

Captain.
Isaac Phillips.

Lieutenant.
Nicholas Yeager.

Ensign.
Richard Burrows.

2nd Company.

Captain.
John Work.

Lieutenant.
Samuel Wilson.

Ensign.
John Hoofman.

3rd Company.

Captain.
Robert Ross.

Lieutenant.
George Tope.

Ensign.
Moses Andrews.

4th Company.

Captain.
John Smith.

Lieutenant.
David Wells.

Ensign.
Samuel Davis.

5th Company.

Captain.
Elijah Carr,



204 MILITARY ABSTRACTS

Lieutenant.
Joshua Robison.

Ensign.
Thomas Carr, junior.

6th Company;

Captain.
Henry Core.

Lieutenant.
Nicholas Ponstone.

Ensign.
John Overturff.



7th Company.

Captain.
John Hayden.

Lieutenant.
John Abrahams.

Ensign.
Robt. Brownfield.



8th Company. -
Captain.
William Caldwell.

Lieutenant.
Edward Stephenson.

Ensign.
Henry Mooro.

Light Infantry Company.
Captain.
Thomas Collins.

Lieutenant.
John Clinton.

Ensign.
Joseph Lewis.



EXECUTIVE MINUTES— 1790-1817. 205

3rd Regiment.

Lieutenant Colonel.
James Paull.

1st Major.
Adam Dunlap.

2nd Major.
Dennis Springer.

1st Company.

Captain.
John Patterson.

Lieutenant.
Archibald Shanks.

Ensign.
William Patterson.

2nd Company.

Captain.
John Dunlap.

Lieutenant.
Ebenezer Burt.

Ensign.
Joseph Combs.

3rd Company..

Captain.
John Jackson. ^

Lieutenant.
Samuel Hankins.

Ensign.
Isaac Philips.

4th Company.

Captain.
John Cannan.

Lieutenant.
James Pierce.



206 MILITARY ABSTRACTS.

Ensign.
John Willey.

5th Company.
Captain.
James Rodgers.

Lieutenant.
John Strickler.

Ensign.
Benjamin Archibald.

6th Company.

Captain.
Isaac McCoy.

Lieutenant.
Abraham Brown.

Ensign.
John White.

7th Company.

Captain.

Jonathan Dawner.

Lieutenant.
Pearson Siers.

Ensign.
Jessie Beeson.

8th Company.

Captain.
Moses Hall.

Lieutenant.
David Askreen.

Ensign.
Henry Abrahams.

4th Regiment.

1st Major.
Caleb Mounts.



EXECUTIVE MINUTES— 1790-1817. 207

1st Company.

Captain.
Hugh Espy.

Lieut.
James Goudie.

Ensign.
Josepli Hutchison.

2n(l Company.

Captain.
David Stewart.

Lieut.
William Black,

Ensign.
Samuel Dickey.

3rd Company.

Captain.

George Bachelor.

Lieut.
Joseph Slaughter.

Ensign.
Peter Booher.

4th Company.

Captain.
Ralph Cherry.

Lieut.
George Rodgers.

Ensign.
Thomas Rodgers.

Ex. Min. (T. M.) Vol. II.



208 MILITARY ABSTRACTS.

A RETURN OP OFFICERS OF SIX REGIMENTS OP THE
MILITIA OF THE COUNTY OF WESTMORELAND MADE
BY CHARLES CAMPBELL, ESQUIRE, BRIGADE IN-
SPECTOR OF THE MILITIA OF THE SAID COUNTY.



Tuesday, July 2nd, 1793

First Regiment.

Colonel.

George Baird

1st Major.
John Pour.

2nd Major.
John Christy.

1st Company.

Captain.
Gasper Jarr.

Lieut.
Jas. McClean.

Ensign.
Paul Hough.

2nd Company.

Captain.
Andw. Findley.

Lieut.
Abm. Mericle.

Ensign.
Nathn. McGrew.

3rd Company.

Captain.
Joshua Budd.

Lieut.
Bbenezr. Hamill.

Ensign.
Joseph Budd.



EXECUTIVE MINUTES— 1790-1817. 209

4th Company.

Captain.

John Baird.

Lieut.
Wm. Johnson.

Ensign.
Nathn. Newlon.

5th Company.

Captain.

Jno. Blaclvburn,

Lieut.
Jno. Campbell.

Ensign.
Robt. Campbell.

6th Company,

Captain.

Matthw. Beasel.

Lieut.
Wm. Pitts.

Ensign.
Jos. Findlej^

7th Company.

Captain.
Wm. Hunter.

Lieut.
Robt. Kean.

Ensign.
Geo. McKewn.

8th Company.

Captain. ^

1^^^ Danl. Burgan. ^^

Lieut.
Benjn. Reasner.

Ensign.
James Hill.
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210 MILITARY ABSTRACTS.

2 Battalion Rifle Company.

Captain.

Fredk. Jarr.

Lieut.
John Hagen.

Ensign.
Geo. McKiney.

Light Horse Company.

Captain.

Benjamin Lodge.

First Lieutenant.
John Denniston.

Second Lieut.
John Walker.

Cornet.
George Armstrong.

Second Regiment.

Colonel.
Jno. Bonnet.

1st Major.
John Edgar.

2nd Major.
Philip Coats.

1st Company.

Captain.

Philip Aukerman.

Lieut.
Abm. Dehast.

Ensign.
John Selders.

2tid Company.

Captain.
Danl. Leasure.



EXECUTIVE MINUTES— 1790-1817. 211

Lieut.
Peter Tearner.



Ensign.
Christn. Laver.

3rd Company.

Captain.
John White.

Lieut.
John Tittle.

Ensign.
James Beans.

4th Company.

Captain.

Jas. Montgomery.

Lieut.
John Fletcher.

Ensign.
Andw. McGoogan.

5th Class,

Captain.

John Lovingier.

Lieut.
James Newel.

Ensign.
James Smart.

6th Company.

Captain.

Jos. McCoy,

Lieut.
Jams, McMasters.

Ensign.
Jas. Nicholas.



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212 MILITARY ABSTRACTS.

7th Company.

Captain.
Chrisn. Aukerman.

Lieut.
Danl. Killgore.

Ensign.
Robt. Taylor.

Sth Company.

Captain.

Jno. Stephenson.

Lieut.
James Newll.

Ensign.
Jacob Tilgar.

1st Battalion Rifle Company

Captain.

Jos. Dilworth.

Lieut.
Davd. Hartshorn.

Ensign.
Fredk. Yearien.

Second Battalion Rifle Company.

Captain.

Robt. Dickey.

Lieut.


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