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NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.



NAMES AND HANK.



Serjeants.
Lewis Hurd.
Silas Philps.
Reuben Beach.
James Watson.
Stephen Meeker.

Corporals.
David Lounsbury.



NAMES AND RANK.



Stephen Butler.
David Bullen.
Benjamin Dix.
Joseph Clinton.

Fifer.
Daniel Wine-hell.

Drummer.
John Dixou.



NAMKS AND HANK.



Privates.
John Allyn.
Noah Barnum.
John Downs.
Ichabod Goodrich-
Benjamin Kirkum
Jonatlian Miller.
Bryon Monliirnw.
Nathaniel Beach.



REGIMENTS, "CONNECTICUT LINE," 1781-1783.



353



NAMES AND HANK.


NAMES AND RANK.


NAMES AND RANK.


Vaniah Fox.


Reubin Cardwell. >


Samuel Vallet.


Samuel Oookins. William Cad wick.


Benjamin Wakeley.


Seth Gregory. Jeremiah Chamberlain.


Joshua Wheeler.


James Hide. Allvn Corning.


Joseph Hand.


Jedediah Kimball.


Allyn Evens.


Seth Stannard.


Shielding Potter.


Remembrance Filley.


Samuel Manning.


Samuel Whitney.


David Hurd.


Samuel Pulford.


Jeremiah Cunnell.


Josepli Johnson.


David Williams.


Jacob Achor. David Robarts.


Samuel Hinmon.


llendrick Baile. Isaiah Smith.


Joel Mosger.


John Barnum.


Justin St. John.




Edward Burghea.


Ezra Tryon.





CAPTAIN BARKER S COMPANY.

[" Light Infantry Company of the 4 th Connecticut Regt. under the command of the Marquiss de la Fayette at the Southward 1781."]
Captain: Samuel Augustus Barker, . . ..Brauford In Va. from Ap. to Nov. 81.

Lieutenant: John Mansfield, Wallingford Led the "forlorn hope" at assault on

redoubt on Oct. 14, and wounded.
Complimented in Col. Hamilton s report.



NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.



NAMES AND RANK.


NAMES AND RANK.


NAMES AND RANK.


Serjeants.


Warren Cook.


Benjamin Potter.


Isaac Davidson.


Samuel Griswould.


Jehiel Smith.


Amos Mallery.


George Griswould.


Sclniyler Goddard.


Jared Palmer.


Jotbam Hall.


John Parker.


Samuel Collins.


Timothy Johnson.


Abel Batchelor.


William Ovitt.


Phineas Johnson.


Abraham Cooper.




Nathan Palmer.


James Dixon.


Corporals.


Ward Peck.


Jasper Jones.


Abraham Parker


William Smith.


Ezra Ketcham.


Champion Ackley.


Edward Warren.


Richard Lounsbury.




Benjamin Watrous.


Benajah B acket.


Drummer.


Joseph White.


Martin Clark.


Asa Sherwood.


Solomon Whitney.


Timothy Parker.




Elijah Woolcutt.


William Prout.


Fifer.


Amos Mix.


Jotbam Rice.


Ephraim Merriam.


Aaron Rowles.


James Sales.




Samuel White.


David Dowd.


Privates.


Caleb Benton.


Timothy Mansfield.


John Belding.


Barnabas Clark.


Timothy Scranton.


Elijah Bryan.


Matthew Grace.


Zaccheus Stow.


Walter Butler.


John Peck.


Enos Tuttle.


Isaac Cool.







CAPTAIN DOUGLASS COMPANY.

["Pay abstract of the Officers & Privates who were at the Southward under the Command of the Marquis de la Fayette in
Capt. Richard Douglass Company, drafted from the 5 th Connecticut Regiment."]

Captain: Richard Douglass, New London,. . . ")

Lieutenant: Robert Allyn, Groton ! In Va. from Ap. to Nov. 81.

Ensign: Isaiah Tiffany Lebanon, J

45



354



CONNECTICUT IN THE REVOLUTION.
NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.



NAMES AND RANK.



Serjeants.
Matthew Marvin.
Augustus Clark.
Elijah Pike.
John Fletcher.
Burr Gilbert.

Corporals
Moses Culver.
Robert Lone.
Alexander Williams.
Richard Lay.
Samuel Doty.
Simeon Parsons.

Fifer.
James Satterlee.

Drummer.
Robert Bartlett.

Privates.
Peter Fairchild.



NAMES AND RANK.



Silas Wood.
Abel Wakly.
Isaac Raymond.
William Bardaley.
Klisha Pulford.
Jeremiah Blackmore.
John Packard.
Josiah Turrell.
James Baldwin.
Enoch Kello<rg.
Nathan Walker.
William Davis.
Jeremiah Osgood.
Levi Wolf.
Khenezer Hill.
Elijah Lord.
Thomas Earl.
Lemuel Hubbell.
Merril Rockwell.
Joel Doolittle.
Stephen Thompson.



NAMES AND RANK.



Alexander Mills.
Uriah Polly.
Roger Avery.
Hezekiah Ingram.
James Cebra.
Reuben Parks.
Timothy Beckwith
Thomas Malcomb.
Robert Freeman.
Thomas Meach.
Hezekiah Keeler.
James Douglass.
Daniel Munrow.
Samuel French.
Benjamin Bennet.
Samuel Shelly.
Noah Chappell.
William flaylor.
Robert Oatis.
Joseph West land.
Joseph Atkius.



THE COMPANIES IN COL. SCAMMELL S LIGHT REGIMENT.

[In May, 81, Washington ordered the formation of a Light Infantry regiment, preparatory to taking the field in operations
against New York or in Virginia. Col. Alexander Scammell, of New Hampshire, was assigned to the command, with Lieut. -Col.
lliinlingtou, of the Third Connecticut, and Maj. Rice, of Mass., as field officers. Two companies were detached from the New Hamp
shire "Line." three from Muss., and three from the Conn. "Line." The regiment went to Virginia with Washington, where Col.
Scammell was mortally wounded and taken prisoner. Il was then divided into two battalions one under Lieut. -Col. Huntingtoa
and assigned to Lafayette s Division at the Siege. The rosters of the Conn, companies not on file. Officers were, in part, as follows^]



OFFICERS.



Lieut. -Colonel:. . . .Ebenezer Huntington Norwich Service as stated in note above.

Adjutant: Nathan H. Whiting Hartford Lieut, detached from Third Regt. and

appt. Adjt. of Huntington s batta
lion at siege of Yorktown.

Surgeon s Mate:. . . /Eneas Munson New Haven, Detached from Fourth Regt. ; present

Ht siege and surrender of Yorktown.

Captain : lames Morris Litchfield Com d n s Co. detached from Second Regt.

Stephen Belts, Norwalk, Com dl " Co. detached from Third Regt.

Wounded at the assault Oct. 14, 81.

" Samuel Comstoek Wilton Com d "K Co. detached from Fifth Regt.



REGIMENTS, "CONNECTICUT LINE," 1781-1783. 355



THE COMPANIES IN COL. HAMILTON S BATTALION.

[In August, 81, shortly before marching to Virginia, Washington formed a battalion of four Light Companies and assigned Lieut-
Col. Alexander Haijiilton to their command. At the Siege they were attached to Lafayette s Light Division. Two of his four com.
panics were detached from the New York and two from the Connecticut " Line." The latter were as follows:]



OFFICERS.



Captain: Lemuel Clift Plainfield Com"""* the Co. detached from First Regt.



Captain Thaddeus "Weed Stratford J

Lieutenant: Cornelius Russell, Windsor v Officers of the Co. detached from Second Regt.

Ensign: William Lord Saybrook )



CAPTAIN WEED S COMPANY.

["A List of Officers and Men s Names who have Received one month s pay in Col" Hamilton s Battal" Sept. 7, 1781."]



NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES.



NAMES AND RANK.


Company.


Rsgiment.


Whole
amount.
Dols. 90th9.


NAME? AND RANK.


Company.


Regiment.


Whole
amount.
Dols. 90tbs.


Serjeants.








Samuel Furgo,


Williams,


Webb, .


6 60


Thomas Warson




Swift


10


Thomas Green


Wright . .


Swift


6 60


Joseph Whipple,


Morris,




10


David Ileaden


Walker,


Webb


6 60


Luther Page


Ten Eyke


Butler


10


Eli Hull


Ten Eyke . .


Butler


6 60


James Bradley


Selden




10


Jedediah Hibbard,


Munson,




6 60










Jabc/ Lewis, ;


Baldwin


Swift


6 60


Corporals.








Abner Lilly,


Starr


Butler ..


6 60


Isaac Olmsted


Weed


Swift


7 30


Seth Montigue


Hopkins,


Webb


6 60


Moses Porter


Walker


Webb . .


7 30


lltnrv Me Lane,


Selden


Butler


6 60


Harmon Rose *


Reed


Butler


7 30


Samuel Price


Billings


Swift


6 60


Isaiah Atkins


Munson . . .




7 30


Azor Patchen


Morriss,




6 60














,,


6 60


Drummers.








Newcomb Raymond,... .


Converse,


I


6 60


Rufus Holdride;e


Reed


i.


7 30


Will 1 " Short


Buckley


Webb


6 60


David Bradley,


Selden


..


6 60


Benj" Scofleld,


Chamberlin, ..


Swift


6 60


Filer.
Oliver Mun,


Humphrey . .




7 30


Asa Solomans,
Henry Stish,
Will " Sedgwick


Starr
Lay
Weed,


Butler
Swift


6 60
6 60
6 60










Nathan Tubbs,


Riley,


Webb . .


6 60


Privates.








Amos Tharpp


Potter


Butler


6 60


Benj" Brown




Webb


6 60


Moses Wooster,


Baldwin ... .


Swift


6 60


Will 1 " Balisson


Wright


Swift


6 60


John Wheler


Riley


Webb,


6 60


Joseph Batisson


Converse




6 60


James Wilnian


Billings


Swift ...


6 60


Artemus Bloi et


Selden


Butler . .


6 60


James Welsh


Converse, . . .




6 60


David Chester


Riley


Webb


6 60


Hexekiah Wealey


Strong


l.


6 60


Will" Carr


Ten Eyke


Butler


6 60


Lemuel Wilcox


Munson


Butler


6 60


Jonah Carter,


Baldwin


Swift


5 60


Epbraim Watkins,


Chamberlin, ..


Swift


6 60


Joseph Cheney


Riley


Webb


6 60


Ebenezer Youngs ....


Weed




6 CO


Stephen Batisbn




Swift


6 60


James L. Dean,


Selden


Butler


6 60


Joseph Cole




Butler


6 60


Daniel Woodard,


Reed




6 60


Daniel Davis


Hopkins


Webb


6 60










Joseph Elwood


Monson,


Butler,


6 60











Daniel Fen,


Strong


Swift,


6 60








1 fi qn a



















Regiments "Connecticut Line,"



CONTINUED.



FORMATIONS FOR 1783.



(357)



"CONNECTICUT LINE." (CONTINUED.)



FORMATION OF JANUARY-JUNE, 1783.



FORMATION OF JUNE-DECEMBER, 1783.



(358)



FIRST REGIMENT CONNECTICUT LINE.



FORMATION OF JAN. -JUNE, 178:}.



[First Regiment in third formation of the " Line " Jan. -June, 1783. Composed of the First Regt. of previous formation and
part of the Fourth. Remained in camp at West Point and vicinity from Jan. 1, 1783, until early in June, when by Washington s
orders it was disbanded with the greater portion of the army. A cerlain number of the men were retained for the regiment of the last
formation. The regimental rolls for this period not on file, but enlistments had ceased. The men were the same as in the previous
formation, 1781-1783.]



Colonel :.



Lieut. -Colonel:.
Major:



FIELD AND STAFF.

. .Zebulon Butler Wyoming Cont. from 81 - 83; retired at the dis-

bandment, June, 83. Returned to
Wyoming; lived and died there.

. . .Ebenezer Iluntington Norwich, Cont. from 81- 83; served in final for
mation, or Swift s Regt.

. . .John Palsgrave Wyllys Hartford, Cont. from 81- 83; served in final for
mation, or Swift s Regt.



CAPTAINS.



NAME?.


Residence.


Remarks.


NAMES.


Residence.


Edward Eells






Richard Sill


Lyme,


Enoch Reed


Lyme


June, 83.
Retired with the army,


David Judson, ......


VVoodbury


Elias Stillwell




June, 83.
Retired with the army


Lemuel Clift


Plainfield


John H. Buell,
Selah Benton


Lebanon
Stratford


June, 83.
Retired with the army,
June, 83.
Retired with the army,


Jonathan Heart,


Farminglon






June, 83.







Kemarks.



Retired with the army,

June, 83.
Retired with the army,

June, 83.
Served to Dec. with lasi

Regt.
Served to Dec. with last

Regt.



Pownal Deming, ....

Charles Fanning ! Preston

Silas Holt i Ashley



LIEUTENANTS.



Silas Goodell, | Norwich,

Joseph Shaler, Wallingford, . .



Retired with the army,

June, 83.
Retired with the army,

June, "83.
Colchester Retired with the arm}",



June. 83.
. . Retired with the army,

June, 83.
..Retired with the army,

June, 83.



William Higgins Lyme,



Charles Miller,

Ebenezer Wales, . . .



Retired with the army,

June, 83.
Hartford I Served to Dec. with last

Regt.
Ashley Sewed to Dec. with last

Regt.



Reuben Sanderson,. . East Haddam. . .



Served to Dec. with last
Regt.



George Cotton,

William Warmsley, . .
Joshua Knapp,



Middletown,
Stamford, . . .
Danbury, . . .



ENSIGNS.



. Retired with the army,

June, 83.
Retired with the army,

June. 83.
Retired with the army,

June, 83.



William Glenny,
Oziah Goodrich,.



(359)



Dunstable.Mass. Served to Dec. with last

Regt,
Wethersfield,. . . Served to Dec. with last

Regt.



SECOND REGIMENT "CONNECTICUT LINE."



FORMATION OF JAN.-JUNE, 1783.



[Second Regiment, in third formation of the " Line," Jan. -June, 1783. Composed of the Second Regt. of previous formation
and the Fifth. Remained in Camp at West Point and vicinity from Jan. 1, 1783, until early in June, when by Washington s orders it
was disbanded with the greater portion of the army. A certain number of the men were retained for the re< imeut of the last
formation.]



FIELD AND STAFF.

Colonel: Ileman Swift, Cornwall Cont. from 81- 83; served in command

of the last Rest, to Pec., 83.

Lieut. -Colonel: Jonathan Johnson, Middletown, Cont. from 81- 83 ; retired with the

army, June, 83.

Major: David Smith, Waterbury Conl. from 81- 83 ; retired with the

army, June, 83.

Surgeon: John Simpson Delaware

Surgeon s Mate: . . Joseph Higgins Lyme,



CAPTAINS.



NAMES.



William Richards,..

Samuel Comstock,
David Humphreys
Stephen Potter, . .
Elijah Chapman,.
Peter Robertson, .



Residence.


Remarks.


NAMES.


Residence.


Remarks.




New London, . .


Retired with the army,


Ephraim Kimberly, .


Newtown


Retired June, 83.




Wilton
Derby


June, 83.
Retired June, 83.
A D. C See Genl. Staff.


Theophilus Munson,


New Haven, . . .






Branford,
Tolland


Retired June, 83.


Timothy Taylor, . . .


No. Fairfield, . .


Served to Dec. with
Regt.


last


New London,. .


Retired with the army,
June, 83.


William Colfax,


New London, .


Prom. Capt. in spring
83; cont. to Dec., 83.


of



LIEUTENANTS.



John Sherman,.
James Lord,. .



John Mansfield,

Nehemiah Gorhaui,..
Henry Daggett,



New Haven, ... Retired with the army,! Giles Curtis Northbury, Retired with the army,

June, 83. June, 83.

Norwich Retired with the army, i Samuel Deforest, ... Norwalk Retired with the army.

June, 83. June, 83.

Wallingford, . . . Retired with the army, James Bennett New Milford,.. .! Retired with the army,



June. 83.
Stratford Retired with the army,

June, 83.
New Haven Retired with the army,

June, 83.



June, 83.
Isaiah Tiffany, Lebanon Retired with the army.



June, 73.



ENSIGNS.



John Heart, Farmington Retired with the army,

June. 83.
John Cleavcland Canterbury Retired with the army,



Solomon Pinto



June, 83.

New Haven,. ... Retired with the army,
June, 83.



>Toel Smith,



Joseph Rogers,



Farmington, . ..
Redding



(360)



Retired with the army,

June, 83.
Retired with the army,

June, 83.



REGIMENTS, "CONNECTICUT LINE." 1788.



361



COMPANY ROLLS.

SIZE ROLL OF CAPTAIN RICHARDS COMPANY, FEB. 1, 1783.



NAMES AND RANK.



Serjeants.
Demming, . .
Beirce, .



Residence.



When
Enlisted.



Goshen July 4,

Cornwell, Feb. 26,

Phiuney, .... Kent, Jan. 20,

Johnson Wallingford, . . . Mar. 10,

Cliittenden Durham ; Oct. 9,

Terry, Salisbury, i May 10,

Church E. lladdam,. ... Apr. 1,

Corporals.

Fitch Kent Feb. 22,

Russ Coruwell June 2,

Danolds, Windsor, Apr. 1,

Godard, Danbury, May 2,



Drummers.

Halt

Sherwood,.. .



Fifer.
Barns,



Norwalk Apr. 9,

Norwalk Feb. 1,



Cheshire Apr.

Ridgebury, Apr.

Fairfield, Apr.

Litchfleld, Aug.



Privates

Amos Andrus

Patrick Ambrose,

Joseph Batterson,

Stephen Batterson,

Benjamin Bissell, Litchfleld, , May

Constant Busline!!, Say brook, Jan.

George Buckingham, Saybrook Feb.

Samuel Bates Kent, Mar.

Ezra Bates Norwalk

Gideon Buckingham Saybrook, Feb.

Dan Beaumont Lebanon Dec.

William Cady Pittsfield Jan.

Ezra Caswell, Goshen, Jan.

George Clark Saybrook Feb.

John Cadwell, Mar.

Joseph Collier Litchfleld, Mar.

Benjamin Douty, Saybrook, Jan.



77



77



78



77



X. Fairfield Jan. 1,77



10, 81
25, 80
81



Term.



War



War



Wai-



War



War
3 yrs.
War



3 yrs.
War
3 yrs



iy.

War

3 yrs.



NAMES AND RANK.



Residence.



When

Kuli-l.-il.



Richard Done Saybrook, i Feb.

Josiah Done Saybrook, Apr.

Squire Davenport, N. Milford Mar.

William Eno, Salisbury Apr.

Allen Fox, Cornwell, Jan.

Ebenezer Forgues, Kent, Jan.

Peter Freeman, Middletown, . . . Mar.

Kli jah Furbes - Apr.

William Griffin, Danbury, Nov.

Caesar Goldsmith, Lyme,

Toney Gould, Fairfield, Jan.

Talcoot Hawley, Ridgefield Jan.

Jotham Hall Wallingford May

Joseph Huntington, Lebanon Ian.



81



24, 81

25, "

, 77



Jacob Ilayden j Norwalk, June

James Hubbart, Fairfield, July

Shubel Johnson, Stratford Jan.

James Kingsley Norwich Jan.

Abraham Kimball, Middletown, ... Feb.

Alexander Knox, Plainfield, Jan.

John Lay, Lyme Jan.

Tice Leonard Milford July

John Mitchell Stratford, Jan.

Duman McCullin, Saybrook, Mar.

Benjamin Osborn, Apr.

Elisha Pulford Ripton, Jan.

Medad Potter,

John Rumsey, Reading May

Mathew Steele Cornwell, Apr.

.William Sonders, N. Fairfield,. ... Jan,

Jonathan Shepherd Clariden, Aug.

Simeon Taylor Woodbury , May

Zebulon Thompson, Saybrook, Jan.

Joseph Westland Windsor Jan.

Daniel Welch Skeensb ough, .. Jan.

Nathan Wheeler Kent, Jan.

Benjamin Wilcox, Killingworth, . . Jan.

Thomas Wicar Goshen, Dec.

Joseph Wallis Simsbury

Humphrey Gilbert Mansfield,



11,
11,
10,
13,
15,
14,
1,
13,
24,
24,
13,
11,
10,



si



Term.



3 yrs.



War

3 yrs.
War

lyr.

War
3 yrs.

War

3 yrs.



War



3 yrs.



" War
77 "
81, 3 yrs.



lyr.
War



21,

11,
1,

20,

26,

2

1,
27,

I",



77i "

81 3 yrs.

77 War
82 "
77 "

81 3 yrs.

77 War
80 "

81 3y/s.



War
.3 yrs.



SIZE ROLL OF CAPTAIN COMSTOCK S COMPANY, FEB. 1, 1783.



NAMES AND RANK.



Residence.



When
Enlisted.



Serjeants.

James Miles Wallingford Jan. 23

Nathaniel Crane, Killingworth, . . . Feb. 1

Liffe Sanford, N. Milford, Feb. 24,

William Brown, Stanford Apr.

Thomas Spencer .Hartford, Apr.

Eli jah Knapp, i

Joseph Bonet, Bennington, Nov. 29, 79



9,
22,



Kent, Feb. 24,



Corporals.

Mathew Beamont

Thalmeno Bishop, Guilford Apr. 19,

Ambrose Norton, jGuilford Apr. 20,

Hezekiah Goodwin, Hartford,



Drummers.

Charles Barns N. Fairfield, .... Feb. 9, 81

Luke Roberts Danbury

Charles Vose, .! Wallingford, May 1, 82

Privates.

John Barlow, Kent May 11, 77

Abel Clark Wallingford, .... Apr. 25,

Solomon Dowd Guilford May 22,

46 .



Term.



War.



War.
War.

War.
War.



NAMES AND RANK.



Samuel Franklin Killingworth, ...|

Benjamin Scovil, Salisbury,



Residence.



When
Enlisted.



Roxbury,

Sharon,

Danbury

Benington



Windham, . ..
Killingworth,
Sharon,



Cato Spring,
Joseph Tucker,.. .

Robin Starr,

Isaac Sharp

Thomas Stafford, .
Abel Bingham, . . .

Gideon Buell

Samuel Cluckston,

Josiah Chatfield, Killingworth,

Lyman Isbel Killingworth,

Joel Isbel Killingworth,

William Jones, Saybrook, j

Puryer Reves, Saybrook,

David Shattuck, E. Haddam,

Jesse Thompson Cheshire

Isaac Williams E. lladdam

Daniel Rolo E. Haddam

Ephraim Watkins E. Haddam

Henry Stevens, Killingworth,

Ezra Ramsdale Woodbury

Comfort Thompson,
Cash Affrica,



May 22,

Jan. 9,

Mar. 28,

Feb. 7,

Jan. 1,

July 17,

Feb. 18,

Jan. 1,

Mar. 1,

July 14,

Dec. ii,

Jan. 15,

Jan. 1."),

Feb. 1,

Feb. 1,

Jan. 2,

Jan. 16,

Jan. 1,

Jan. 1,

Jan. 1,

Dec. 26,

Jan. 18,



Term.



77 War.
79 "

77J "



81 3 yrs.



80
81



362



CONNECTICUT IN THE REVOLUTION.



NAMES AND RANK.



Residence.



When
Enlisted.



Term.



NAMKS AKD KANE.



3 yrs.



Residence.



When
Enlisted.



War.



Phillip Blacksley, Cheshire Apr. 3, 82

Daniel Stevens Woodbury !

James Dixon Reding, ! Apr. 20,

James Aldridge

Timothy Stedman,

Levi Tyler, Woodbury Feb. 1, 81 3 yrs.

Jubel Freeman, Stanford June 1, 77 War.

John Rogers,



Nov. 17, 77



Term.



War.



War.



Samuel Nichols Norwalk

Ezekiel Rott Woodbury

William Ilamlin Summers

John O Briant N. Haven,

Abisha Beard,



Apr.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.



81



War.
3 yrs.



77 War.



Abel Wakely N. Haven, . .

Robert Climent, j

Henry McLean, Salisbury Feb. 22, 81|

William Porter, Woodbury June 27, 80,

Joseph Whitley,

William Goldsmith Milford, . . .

John Stewart i

Jonathan Newman .. Ridgefield Jan. 1, 81 ! 3 yrs.

Benjamin Bingham, , Apr.

Samuel Hinman, Woodbury Feb.

Wolcot Patchen, Fairfield . Feb.

Samuel Cowel,



5, 82
1, 77
6, "



Wa



SIZE ROLL OF CAPT. HUMPHREY S COMPANY, FEB. 1, 1783.



NAMKS AND RANB



Residence.



When
Enlisted.



Term.



Serjeants.

Daniel Bissell, , Windsor, . . .

David Thompson, Guilford, . . .

Henry Bacon, Pompford, .

Tliomas Wasson, Norwalk,.. .

John Gilbert Fairfield

John Jelfers Cornwcll, . . .



Apr. 1,
Jan. 25,
Aug. 1,
May 10,
May 10,
Jan. 28,



77 War

78 "
77,



Corporals.

Wakcman Hull, Fairfield,. . .

Thomas Wheeler Guilford,. . . .

Elias Balcom,

James Benham, N. Hartford,



Drummer.
He/.ekiah Meeker, .



Fail-field,



Fifers.

Nathan Brown, Durham,

Truman Franc, Stralticld, . .

Privates.

Isaac Bennet Ridgefield, . .

Hc/.ekiah Bouton Ridgefield, .

Charles Burrett Stratford,

Peter Black, Haddam

Pink Clark, Stratford, . . .

Daniel Fcnn Washington,

Joseph Furbs iladdam,. . . .

Phillip Hubbert Fairfield, . . .

Deliverance How, Cornwall, . . .

Samuel Ingralmm Kent

Scth Larabey Windham, . .

David Morehoii.se Fairfield,. . . .



78
77 War
80 3 yrs.
Aug. 1, 78 S War
77 War



Feb. 11
Apr. 12,
Feb. 12,
Dec. 25



Dec. 13
Jan. 1,



Jan. 1,

Jan. 10,

Mar. 24,

Feb. 3,

Jan. 1,

Feb. 12,

Jan 1!),

Jan. 1,

Dec. 19,

Dec. 19,
Nov. 24,

Dec. 27,



81 3 yrs.

77 ! War
81 3 yrs
77 War



NAMES AND RANK.


Residence.


When
Enlisted.


Term.











81 3 yrs.

HO "

76 War



Enoch Pettett, Sharon

Paul Parsons Killingworth, .

Nathaniel Parsons, Killingworth, . .

Clark Robberts Windsor,

John Rockwell Ridgfield,

Amos Stephens Saybrook,

Hezekiah Waily, Fairfield,

Thomas Keeler Ridgfield

Hc/.ekiah Hawley Ridgfield,

David Hanes Saybrook,

Calvin Buckley, Kent,

Asa Sprague Kent,

Christopher Welch N. York

E/.ra Patchen Norwalk

Peter Roberts Windsor,

Henry Brightman Groton,

Jared Blacksley, N. Haven

Mathew Grace Fredricksburgh

Peter Gibbs Milford

Augustus Peck, Waterbury, . . .

William Bailey, Guilford

Amos Mix Wallingford, . . .

Daniel Thornton, E. Iladdam

Lemuel Willson Wallingford, . . .

Austin Handford Canan

John (ilazer Watertown

William Burns Con vcntry,

Phares Barnard Conventry

Jesse Mix Cheshire

Natlinn Goodrich, Sharon

Benjamin Graves

Asa Thare

Thomas San ford

Ephraim Wiscott, Cariden,?



May 20,
Jan. 15,
Jan. 15,
Feb. 1,
Feb. 11
Mar. 1,
Dec 15,
April 3,
Sept. 30,
Feb. 1,
Nov. 28,
Feb. 10,
Oct. 15,
May 1,
Dec. 30,
Dec. 12,
Apr. 15,
Apr. 1,
May 15,
Dec. 23,
May 26,
Apr. 9,
Mar. 22,
Mar. 1,
Mar. 8,
Dec. 20,
Apr. 14,
Dec. 7,
June 13,
Mar. 14,



77 War
81 3 yrs.

77J War
81 1 8 yrs.

7?i War

81 3 yrs.

80 "

78 War

77 "

80 3 yrs.
76i War

77 "



821 3 yrs.
80 War
77 "
80 "
82 8 yrs.
1 year.



Mar. 18, 77



War



SIZE ROLL OF CAPTAIN POTTERS COMPANY, FEU. 1, 1783.



NAMES AND RANK.


Residence.


When
Enlisted.


Term.


NAMES AND RANK.


Residence.


When Term
Enlisted.


Serjeants.








Daniel Tucker


Woodbury


. War


Samuel Brown,


Branford


Jan. 2 77


War


Benjamin Sillick


Danbury,


June 16, 77


Nathan Miegs


Guilford


Mav 26 "











Noah Taylor


Norwalk


Dec 6 76










Amos Hall


Guilford


Feb 6 77


,,


Drummer.






Caleb Turner




Mar 9 81


3 vrs


Lent Munson


Wallingford . . .


. War


Thaddeus Hough,


Litchtield .


Mar 10 77


War








Corporals.
John Call




May 17 77


War


Fifers.
Ephraim Mcrriams


Wallingford, . . .


War


Klisha -Mix


Goshen,..


Aug. 14, "




James Coon


Salisbury,


June 2, 77 "



REGIMENTS, "CONNECTICUT LINE," 1783.



363



NAMES AND RANK.



Residence.



Woodbury,.. .

Redding Feb.

Hebron

Killingworth, . . Feb. 22



Privates.

Hezekiah Keeler,

Whnlii Springger,

Zachariah Rolo

Phinehas. Jones,

Ward Peck ! N. Haven

Elea/.er Baldwin Klllingworth,

Cuff Freeman Kent

Chandler Benton, | Guilford,.. . .

Solomon Chittenden ! Killingworth,

Amos Frost, N. Haven,



When
Enlisted.



7, 81



81



Dec. 22, 80
Sept. 2, 77



Feb. 10, 81



Cuff Smith
Elijah Lincoln,. . .

Ira Atkins

Benjamin Knapp..
Jesse Mathews,



Jan. 29, 81



E. Haddam,

Windham,

Guilford, March 9, 81

N. Fairfleld,.... Nov. 19, 80
Furminsrton

John Wright, j E. Haddam Ian. 4, 81



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