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April 7


Elijah Victor (on furlow)




WilUam Holston







On the back of the paper :

Piesent 1 Capt. 2 Lieut. 1 Ensign. 3 Sergt. 3 Corp. 1 Drum Fife 67 Privates.
Absent 1 " 1 " 9 "

Total 1 Capt. 2 Lieut. 1 Ensign 4 Sergt. 4 Corp. 1 Drum. Fife 76 Privates.

I do certify on Honor that the Officers, non-commissioned officers, and Privates
who appeared this day in my Company are bonafide in the Service of the United Col-
onies & receive pay according to the Rank they hold in this Roll. —

I do also Certify on Honor that the absentees are Effective & Absent for the
reasons set opposite their names as also that one private deserted was effective to the
time set opposite his name. —

DA: HALL, Captain.



A MUSTER ROI>L OF CAPTN HENRY DARBYS COMPANY OF THE DELA-
WAR REGIMENT OF CONTINENTAL TROOPS COMMANDED BY COL.
JOHN HASLET & NOW IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED COLONIES
IN BARRACKS AT DOVER THE 12th DAY OF APRILL 1776.



Date of Comm.




Date of Comm.




& Enlistments.


CAPTAIN


& Enlistments.


SERJEANTS.


Month Day




January 19th


Wm. White


January 17 1776


Henry Darby.


22


Samuel Smith






17


James Cahoon




LIEUTENANTS.


20


John Lynch


January 13


Lewis Howell




CORPORALS


13


Wm Popham


29


John Marford






16


Edward Mullen




ENSIGN


25


Thos. Sharp


17


Peter Jacquet


27


Matthew Hamilton

DRLTM & FIFER






19


Richard Murray






31


Patrick Harris



46



DELAWARE ARCHIVES.







PRIVATES.


1


PRIVATES.


January 18


John Adair February 13 |


Archd Mclntire


18


Edward Quigley


13


Thos Bready (Deserted Feby.l4)


18


John Callinan


13


David Dickey


18


John Peterson


15


Samuel Harkins


19


John Cook


15


Henry Larkin


19


Joseph Bush Thomas


15


John McColgan


19


Thomas Kirkwood (deserted
Feby. 4)






20


Alexr Crawford


15


Daniel McGerie


20


Matthew Reylie


16


Patrick McGee


22


Lazarus Develin


16


Thos. Simpson


22


James Ward


16


Hector McClean


22


James Jeffs


16


Joseph Thompson


22


Richard McColgan


16


George Robeson


22


Wm Kilty


23


Thos Butler


24


Archibd McBride


23


Henry Thomas


24


John McConouhy


23


John Hetherington


24


Thos Dick (Deserted Jany. 25)


23


John Jons ton


24


John Cannon


28


James Lyman


24


Robt Bailey


March 1


Philip McDonnald


24


John McDonnald


3


Wm Pennington (Deserted March4)


25


Wm Sharp


4


Thos Brown


25


John Gillespie


4


Thos. Tracey


25


James Gordon


25


Wm Gandy


25


Benjamin McMechen (desd
March 25)






25


Timothy Scott


February 11


John Brown


25


Joseph Lackland






25


Connolly McNelos




Joseph Preston 1 Aprill 12th
Jacob Harris rd of Capt.


27


James Bell




27


Andrew Grier (deserted Feb. 8)




Jonathan Coock Saml Smiths


27


Alexr King




James Ruddin Compy.


27


James Donouhy




Wm. Conner


27


Roger Sherry




John Blaney J


29


Patrick Develin






29


James Charles






29


John Evans




Edward McGarry Aprill 12


30


James Smith




rd of Capt. Caldwells Co.


31


Richd Grimes






February 1st


Hugh Grimes






1


James Montgomery






3


James Hereford






3


James Wainright






3


John Moor






6


Robt Taylor






6


Robt Hanna (Deserted Feb. 14)






6


Joseph McCund






11


Peter McGuire






13


James McGill






13


James Heney






13


Barnard McDonnell






13


Wm Guthrie






13


Robt Longwill






13


David Cross






13


Hugh Wiley







COLONEL JOHN HASLET'S REGIMENT.



47



On the back of the paper:

Mustered then in Capt. Darby's Company & Delaware Battalion, the Captain,
two Lieutenants, one Ensign, four Serjeants, four corporals, one Drum and Fife, &
seventy six Privates. —

Allowing seven privates deserted, to pass unrespited for the time set opposite
their names, being certified effective for the sd times on the back of this roll —

This muster is taken from Jan'y 15, 1776, to this day inclusive —

GUNN G BEDFORD D. M. M. Genl.

Present. 1 Capt. 2 Lieuts. 1 Ensign. 4 Sergts. 4 Corp. 1 Drum 1 Fife 76 Privates

Absent

Total 1 Capt. 2 Lieuts. 1 Ensign. 4 Sergts. 4 Corp. 1 Drum 1 Fife 76 Privates

I do certify on honor that the officers, non-commissioned officers and Privates who
appeared this day in my Company are bona fida ingaged in the service of united Col-
onies and receive pay According to the Rank the hold in this Roll.

I do also Certify on honor that the Absentees are Effective and absent for the Reasons
set opposite there Names As also that Seven Privates Deserted were Effective to the
time set opposite there Names. —

HENRY DARBY



A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTN HENRY DARBYS COMPANY OF THE DELA-
WARE REGIMENT & CONTINENTAL TROOPS COMMANDED BY COL.
JOHN HASLET & NOW IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED COLONIES—
IN BARRACKS AT DOVER THE 12 DAY OF APRIL 1776.



Date of Comm.




Date of Comm.




& Enlistments.


CAPTAIN


& Enlistments.


SERGEANTS.


Month Day




January 19th


WUliam White


Jany 17th 1776.


Henry Darby.


22


Samuel Smith






17


James Cahoon




LIEUTENANTS.


20


John Lynch


January 13th


Lewis Howell






13


William Popham




CORPORALS






January 29


John Marford




ENSIGN


February 16


Edward Mullan


17


Peter Jacquet.


January 25


Thomas Sharp






27


Matthew Hamilton

DRUMMER & FIFER






January 19


Richard Murray — D






March 31


Patrick Harris— F



48



DELAWARE ARCHIVES.





1776.


PRIVATES






January 18


John Adair


February 13th


Hugh Wiley


18


Edward Quigley


13


Archd Mclntire


18


John Callinan


13


Thomas Bready (Deserted Feb. 14)


18


John Petterson


13


David Dickey


19


John Cook


15


Samuel Harkins


19


Joseph Bush Thomas


15


Henry Larkin


19


Thomas Kirkwood (Desertd








Feby 4)


15


John McColgan


20


Alexr Crawford


15


Daniel McGerie


20


Matthew Reyhe


16


Patrick McGee


22


Lazrus DeveUn


16


Thomas Simpson


22


James Ward


16


Hector McClean


22


James JeflFs


16


Joseph Thompson


22


Richard McColgan


16


George Robeson


22


Wm Kilty


23


Thos Butler


24


Archd McBride


23


Henry Thomas


24


John McConouhy


23


John Hetherinton


24


Thomas Dick (Deserted Jan. 25)


23


John Jonston


24


John Cannon


28


James Lyman


24


Robt Bailey


March 1st


Philip McDonnald


24


John McDonnald


3rd


Wm Pennington (Deserted
March 4)


25


Wm Sharp


4th


Thos. Tracey


25


John Gillespie


25


Wm Gandy


25


James Gordon


February 11


John Brown


25


Benjamin McMechen (dd
March 25th)






25


Timothy Scott




Joseph Preston


25


Joseph Lackland




Jacob Harris


25


Connolly McNelos




Jonathon Coock


27


James Bell




James Ruddin


27


Andrew Grier (Deserted Feby 8th)




WiUiam Conner


27


Alexr King




John Blaney


27


James Donouhy




The above six men


27


Roger Sherry




rd of Capn Smiths Comy


29


Patrick Develin




Aprill 12th


29


James Charles






29


John Evans




Edward McGarry


30


James Smith




rd Aprill 12th of


31


Richard Grims




Capn Caldwell


February 1


Hugh Grimes






1


James Montgomery






3


James Hereford






3


James Wainwright






3


John Moor






6


Robt Taylor






6


Robt Hanna (Deserted 14th Feby)






6


Joseph McCund






11


Peter McGuire






13


James McGill






13


James Heney






13


Barnard McDonnald






13


William Guthrie






13


Robt Longwill






13


David Cross







COLONEL JOHN HASLET'S REGIMENT.



49



On the back of the paper:

Present. 1 Capt. 2 Lieuts. 1 Ensign. 4 Sergts. 4 Corpls. 1 Drum 1 Fife 76 Priv.

Absent.

Total. 1 Capt, 2 Lieuts. 1 Ensign. 4 Sergts. 4 Corj^ls. 1 Drum 1 Fife 76 Priv.

I do Certify on Honor that the Officers, Non-commissioded Officers and Privates
who appeared this day in my Company are Bona fida engaged in the Service of the
United Colonies and Receive pay according to the Rank the Hold in this Roll —

I do also Certify on Honor that the absentees are Effective and absent for the
reasons set opposite their names as also that Seven Privates deserted were effective to
the time set opposite their Names.

HENRY DARBY.

CAPT. CHARLES POPE'S COMPANY.
MUSTER ROLL, INQUARTERS AT LEWIS TOWN, APRIL 11, 1776.



Captain.


Charles Pope,


Com. 1-18


1st. Lieut.


James Wells,


Com. 1-18


2nd Lieut.


Alexander Stewart,


Com. 1-18


Ensign.


John Wilson,


Com. 1-18


Sergeant,


Wm McCurdy,


1-16


"


Jared Capron,


1-16


"


Elijah Sheleton,


1-17


"


Samel. Davis,


1-19


Corporal,


John Goodrich,


1-19


"


James Pettigrew,


1-16


"


John Cuny,


1-17


"


Wm. Rea,


1-16


Drum & Fife,


David Miller,


1-16


"


Benjm. Sill,


1-16


Privates,


Thos. Spencer,


1-13




Thos. Holland,


1-15




James French,


1-16




John Pussel,


1-20




Seth Brooks,


1-15




Wm. Clark,


1-15




John Trump,


1-17




Richd. Davis,


1-17




John Parker,


1-17




Jonth. Eades,


1-18




John Webb,


1-15




Caleb Brown,


1-15




John Martin,


1-16




Isaac Ford,


1-20




George GriflBn,


1-16




Richd. Smith,


1-15




John McDonald,


1-17




Stephen Richardson,


1-15




Wm. McClan,


1-15



John Cohoon,


1-16


Thos. Tage,


1-17


Owen Mathews,


1-18


Wm. Garland.


1-16


James Carson,


1-19


Christ Willet,


1-19


Nath. Doughty,


1-17


Peter Vanwincle,


1-20


Timothy Fitzgerald,


1-15


John Roach,


1-13


John Gunr. Cox,


1-16


Thos. Shervin,


1-15


Thos. Ford,


1-18


Isaac Welden,


1-18


Robert Caton,


1-16


Wm. Patterson,


1-15


Robert Skinner,


1-18


Evan Jones,


1-15


John Dunn,


1-15


Enos Doil,


1-20


John Moore,


1-15


John Lockhart,


1-20


Richd. Morris,


1-17


John McNabb,


1-15


James Turner,


1-15


Isaac Rothwell,


1-19


John Rosser,


1-18


Wm. Knock,


1-13


John Coleman,


1-16


Adam Little,


1-17


Peter Haden,


1-16


John Lashany,


1-15


James McMullin,


1-17



50



DELAWARE ARCHIVES.



Richard Eglin,


1-16






David Buckhanin,


1-15


Joseph Greenwood,


1-15






Peter Burk,


1-17


Charles Shirkee,


1-17






John Richardson,


1-15


Cornelius Shirkee,


1-20






John Dony,


1-16


Roger Galoon,


1-18






Dudley Price,


1-16


John Wise,


1-16






John Derick,


1-13


Henry Nesbit,


1-16






Wm. Hamilton,


1-18


Timothy Cook,


1-17






Abraham Besh,


1-17


Hugh Armstrong,


1-20






Abram Wallington,


1-15


Wm. Legge,


1-15






John Bicket,


1-15


John Middleton,


1-16






Paul Rahew,


1-16


Cornls. McGloughlin,


1-18






Wm. Ridge,


1-20


Thos. Spencer,


On(


Guard.






Richd. Davis,


On Guard.






John Parker,


Sick


in Wuarters.






John Webb




On Guard.






John McDonald,


Sick


in Quarters.






Thos. Shervin,


On Guard.






Enos Doil,




Sick


in Quarters.






Richd. Morris,


On Guard.






John Coleman,


Sick


in Quarters.






Charles Shirkee,


On:


Furlough.






Timothy Cook,


On Guard.






Cornelius McGlonglin


1, On Guard.







Mustered then in Captain Popes Company and Delaware Battalion, the Captain,
two Lieutenants, one Ensign, four Sergeants, four Corporals one Drum, one Fife, and
Sixty-four Privates.

Allowing twelve Privates to pass uninspected, being certified effective on the
back of this roll.

This Muster is taken from Jany. 13th, 1776, to this day inclusive.

Gunning Bedford, D. M. M. Genl.

On the back of the paper:

Present. 1 Capt. 2 Lieut. 1 Ensign. 4 Sergt. 4 Corp. 1 Drum. 1 Fife. 64 Privates

Absent. 12 Privates.

Total. 1 Capt. 2 Lieut. 1 Ensign. 4 Sergt. 4 Corp. 1 Drum. 1 Fife. 76 Privates

I do Certify on honor, that the Officers, non-commissioned OflBcers & Privates,
who appeared this day in my company, are bona fide engaged in the Service of the
United Colonies, & receive pay accordingly to the rank they hold in this Role. —

I do also Certify on honor, that the absentees are effective & absent for the rea-
sons set opposite their names.

Charles Pope, Capt.



COLONEL JOHN HASLET'S REGIMENT.



51



A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT CHARLES POPES COMPANY & 1st DELAWARE
BATTALIAN OF CONTINENTAL TROOPS COMMANDED BY COLONEL
JOHN HASLET AND NOW IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED COLONIES
IN QUARTERS AT LEWIS TOWN THE ELEVENTH DAY OF APRIL 1776.



Date of Comm.


Date of Comm.




& Enlistments.


CAPTAIN


& Enlistments.


CORPORALS


January 18th


Charles Pope


January 19


1 John Goodrich




LIEUTENANTS


16


2 James Pattigrew


January 18


1 James Wells


17


3 John Curry


18


2 Alexander Stewart
ENSIGN


18


4 Wm Rea


18


John Wilson




DRUM & FIFE.




SERJANTS.


January 16th


David Miller


16


1 Wm McCurdy


16


Benjm Sill


16


2 Jared Capson






17


3 Elijah Skeleton






19


4 Samll Davis








PRIVATES.




PRIVATES.


January 13


1 Thos Spencer (On guard)


January 20


39 Enos Doil (Sick in quarters)


15


2 Thos Holland


15


40 John More


16


3 James French


20


41 John Lockhart


20


4 John Russel


17


42 Richard Morris (On guard)


15


5 Seth Brooks


15


43 John McNabb


15


6 Wm Clark


15


44 James Turner


17


7 John Frump


19


45 Isaac Rothwell


17


8 Richd David (On guard)


18


46 John Rosser


17


9 John Parker (Sick in Quarters)


13


47 Wm Knock


18


10 Jonth Fades


16


48 John Coleman (Sick in quarters)


15


11 John Webb (on guard)


17


49 Adam Little


15


12 Caleb Brown


16


50 Peter Haden


16


13 John Martin


15


51 John Lashany


20


14 Isaac Ford


17


52 James MeMuUen


16


15 George GriflSn


16


53 Richard Eglin


15


16 Richd Smith


15


54 Joseph Greenwood


17


17 John McDonald (Sick in


17


55 Charles Shirkee (on Furlow)




Quarters)


20


56 Cornelius Shirkee


15


18 Stephen Richardson


18


57 Roger Galoon


15


19 Wm McClan


16


58 John Wise


16


20 John Cahoon


16


59 Henry Nisbit


17


21 Thos Tage


17


60 Timothy Cook (On guard)


18


22 Owen Mathews


20


61 Hugh Armstrong


16


23 Wm Garland


15


62 Wm Legge


19


24 James Carson


16


63 John Middleton


19


25 Christ Willet


18


64 Comls McGloughlin (on Guard)


17


26 Nath Doughty


15


65 David Buckhanin


20


27 Peter Vanwincle


17


66 Peter Burk


15


28 Timothy Fitzgerald


15


67 John Richardson


13


29 John Roach


16


68 John Dony


16


30 John Gunr Cox


16


69 Dudley Price


15


31 Thos Shervin (On guard)


13


70 John Derick


18


32 Thos Ford


18


71 Wm Hamilton


18


33 Isaac Weldon


17


72 Abraham Best


16


34 Robert Caton


15


73 Abram Wallington


15


35 Wm Patterson


15


74 John Becket


18


36 Robert Skinner


16


75 Paul Rahew


15


37 Evan Jones


20


76 Wm Ridge


15




38 John Dunn









52



DELAWARE ARCHIVES.



On the back of the paper:

Present 1 Capt. 2 Lieut. 1 Ensign 4 Sergt. 4 Corp. 1 Drum 1 fife 64 Privates.
Absent 12 Privates.

Total 1 Capt. 2 Lieut. 1 Ensign 4 Sergt. 4 Corp. 1 Drum 1 fife 76 Privates.

I do certify on honor that the oflBcers, non-commissioned Officers & Privates;
who appeared this day in my Company are bonafide engaged in the Service of the
United Colonies, & receive pay accordingly to the Rank they hold in this Role —

I do also Certify on Honor that the absentees are effective & absent for the
reasons set opposite their names —

CHARLES POPE, Capt.



A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTN NATHAN ADAMS COMPANY & DELAWARE
REGIMENT OF CONTINENTAL TROOPS COMMANDED BY COLONEL
JOHN HASLET & NOW IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED COLONIES.
IN BARRACKS AT DOVER THE TWELFTH DAY OF APRIL 1776.



Dates of Comm.




Dates of Comm.




& Inlistments.


CAPTAINS.


& Inlistments.


CORPORALS.


January 10th


Nathan Adams


January 20


William Catts




LIEUTENANTS


26


William Walker


January 19


James Moore


29


Reuben Wallace


19


James Gordon


February 2


George Hamilton




ENSIGN




DRUM & FIFE.


19


Thomas Nixon


January 27


John Vinyard




SERJEANTS


February 16


Joseph Dj'er.


20


John Knotts






81


Paul Quenouault






23


Thomas Kelly






26


James Bratton








PRIVATES.






January 15th


Robert Massey


16


William Manlove (sick in quarters)


15


Joseph Brinckley


16


Moses Jones


15


John Crawford


16


Thomas Jones


15


Joseph Milloway


19


Vincent Jones


15


Joseph Greenwood


20


John Berry


15


Jacob Hattabuck.


20


Ebenezer Jones


15


James Mountegue (Sick in Qrs)


20


David Peasley (Sick in Quarters)


15


John Kilpatrick


20


Thomas Crowder


15


Jonathan Bryan (Sick in quarters)


20


John Brooks


15


Ezekiel Paswaters


20


David Paswaters


16


Thomas Bozman


20


Robert Mears (Sick in Quarters)


16


William Bise


20


Luke Meredith


16


Jesse Crockett


20


Archibald Flemming


16


William Smith


20


George Flemming


16




Alpheus Garrison




20




Robert Flemming



COLONEL JOHN HASLET'S REGIMENT.



53



20


William Rich


6


James Cherry (died the 28 Feb.)


20


Thomas Williams


6


Benjamin Jump (Sick in quarters)


21


Thomas Burress


7


Moses Jackson


21


Patrick McColister


7


Jonathan Crockett


22


William Istgate


7


John Scott


22


Henry Istgate


8


William C(x;kran (Deserted Feb.l9)


22


Archibald Kersey


12


Samuel Oliver


24


William Merony (Sick in Quarters)


12


Thomas Train


24


Michale Morris


12


Benjamin Berry


24


George Skinner


13


Benjamin Swales


25


Thomas Wright


17


James Wootters


25


James Thomas


17


John McNight


26


John Forcum


26


Solomon Price


27


Isaac Fizgerald


26


Benjamin Curry


27


John McNatt


March 16


John Hollandsworth


27


Matthias Jones


17


John Preston


28


Peter Mason


20


Francis Bildstein


29


John Armstrong


20


Emanuel Triser


30


John Herbert


21


James Story (Transferred to Capt


31


Philip Richardson




Vaughan 12th April)


February 1st


Thomas Whittenton


25


Daniel Sapp


3


James Middleton


25


John Harper


4


Peter Edg


26


Benjamin Holding


5


John Griffith


29


William Ford (Sick in quarters)


5


William Kersey


April 1st


Wallace Barrett



On the back of the paper:

Present. 1 Capt. 2 Lieut. 1 Ensign 4 Sergt. 4 Corp. 1 Drum 1 Fife 68 Priv.
Absent 8

Total 1 Capt. 2 Lieut. 1 Ensign 4 Sergt. 4 Corp. 1 Drum 1 Fife 76 Priv.

I do certify on Honor that the Officers, non-commissioned Officers and Privates
who appeared this day in my Company are bona fide engaged in the service of the United
Colonies & receive pay according to the rank they hold in this Roll I do Also certify on
honor that the absentees are effective and absent for the reasons set opposite their names
— ^as also that one Private dead one deserted & one transferred were effective to the
times set opposite their names. —

NATHAN ADAMS.

A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTN SAMUEL SMITHS COMPANY & DELAWARE
REGIMENT OF CONTINENTAL TROOPS COMMANDED BY COLN JOHN
HASLET AND NOW IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED COLONIES IN
BARRACKS AT DOVER THE 12th DAY OF APRIL 1776.



Date of Coram.






ENSIGN


& Inlistments.




January 20


Abhm Carty.


Month Day


CAPTAIN




SERJEANTS


January 20th


Samuel Smith


17


Robert McGuffin




LIEUTENANTS


17


John Vance


20


John Dickson


February 1


Benjn Ranger


20


James McDonaugh (Deed 9th Apr.)


January 19


James Murphey



54



DELAWARE ARCHIVES.



Dateof Comm.




January 20


Alexd Pentland


& Inlistments.


CORPORALS




Thomas Armstrong


January 19


Richd Wilson




Jacob Harris (Transferred to Capt.


17


Robirt Laughlin




Darby 12 Apr)




David Kenedy


22


William Glover




Thomas Knock




Edward Conner




DRUM & FIFE.




John McGinnis


17


Robert Kaghey — Fifer




James Grimes


15


Wm Jones — Drumr




Wm Conner (Transferred to Capt.




PRIVATES




Patrick Dagness Darby 12 Apr.)


January 15


Alexd Starret


23


Alexd Cannun




John Calley




James Higgins




Morris McCroden


24


Cornelius Vandlooden




Thomas Currey


25


William Newil




Phineas Petty




Michal McDonough


16


John Cheick




Joseph Preston (Transferred to




John McGill




Capt. Darby 12 Apr)




George Moody


28


Aurthur McCullough (Sick & Ab-




Michal Newman




sent)




Danl Blaney




Jonathan Cooke (Transferred to


17


Joshua Peery




Capt. Darby 12 Apr)




Saml McCabe


29


Wm Lastley




James Blaney




Wm Britt




Cornelius Toy (Deserted 1st Feby)




John Gibbons




Saml Camble


81


William Collins (Deserted 3 March)




John Carman (sick & absent)


February 1


John Corbit




John Crosby




John Wood




James McKinney




James McGlachlan




Levi Cazier


2


Saml Lancaster




Timothy Boyle




John Boyce




Barnaby Turner (Deserted




Peter Oharo




Thomas McCann 1st Feby)


3


William Magahagan




Thomas Maguire


4


Stevin Gibbons




Mathew Hues


5


John Crout


18


John Camble




James Lisle




Edward Moore


6


Patrick Haney




William Dickson (Deed)


13


Chas Blee




Mordecai Berry




Wm Miller




Darby Rearding


14


David Berry


19


Saml Thomas


16


George Smith




Saml Jackson




John Alexander




James McCulpin


February 18


John Delany (Sick)




Robert Crage


19


John McDonaugh




Thomas McGufEn


27


James Ruddin (Transferred to Capt




John McGill, Jun.




Darby 12th April)




Philip Murray


March 4th


James Carr




John Brady




Benjamin Deshane


January 20th


William Caim


28


Thomas Grannon




James Barclay


January 15


John Shadwick




John Blaney (transferred to Capt.


March 4


John Coupleditch (Deserted 27th




Darby 12th April)




March)




Thomas Walker


January 23


George Conoly



Mustered then in Captn Smiths Company & Delaware Battn the Captain, one
Lieutenant, one Ensign, four Serjeants, four Corporals, one Drum, one Fife, & seventy
three Privates —



COLONEL JOHN HASLET'S REGIMENT.



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Allowing three Privates to pass unrespited, being certified effective, on the hack
of this roll — Also one (torn) one Lieutenant & one Private, four Privates deserted &
six transferred, to pass unrespited for the time set opposite their names, being certified
effective for the sd time, on the back of this roll —

This Muster is taken from Jany 15th 1776 to this day inclusive —

GUNNING BEDFORD

D. D. M. Genl

On the back of the paper:

Present. 1 Capt. 1 Lieut. 1 Ensign 4 Sergt. 4 Corp. 1 Drum 1 Fife 73 Privates.
Absent. 3 Privates

Total. 1 Capt. 1 Lieut. 1 Ensign 4 Sergt. 4 Corp. 1 Drum 1 Fife 76 Privates.

I do certify on Honor that the Officers, non-commissioned Officers & Privates
who appeared this day in my Company are bonafide engaged in the service of the United
Colonies & receive pay according to the rank they hold in this roll —

I do also certify on honor that the absentees are effective and absent for the reas-
ons set opposite their names as also one Lieut, dead four Privates deserted and one
dead, six transferred were effective to the time set opposite their names.

SAME: SMITH Captn



A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. SAMUEL SMITHS COMPANY & DELAWARE
REGIMENT OF CONTINENTAL TROOPS COMMANDED BY COLN
JOHN HASLET AND NOW IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED COL-
ONIES IN BARRACKS AT DOVER THE 12th DAY OF APRIL 1776.



Date of Comm.




Date of Comm.




& Enlistment.


CAPTAIN


& Enlistment.


CORPORALS


Month Day
January 20


Samuel Smith


January 19
17


Richard Wilson
Robert Lauglen




LIEUTENANTS.




David Kenedy


January 20



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