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to April 1, 1776.

Tyler, John. Copy of an order on Epliraim Newell, Town Treasurer of Attle-
borough, dated July 5, 1776, for wages due said Tyler, Captain, and others, for
service on the alarm cau.sed by the battle of Bunker Hill.

Tyler, John. Private, Capt. Elisha ^Nlay's co., Col. John Daggett's regt. ; entered
.service Aug. 23, 1778; discharged Sept. 2, 1778; service, 11 days, at Rhode
Island, including travel (2 days) home. Roll sworn to at Attleborough.

Tyler, John. Sergeant Major, Col. Thomas Poor's regt.; engaged June 9, 1778;
discharged Feb. 19, 1779; service, 8 mos. 21 days, including 12 days (245 miles)
travel home ; regiment raised for defence of North River ; also. Sergeant Major,
Capt. Abraham Tyler's co.. Col. Poor's regt. ; i)ay rolls for June, July, and
Aug., 1778; also, sa,me regt.; regimental payroll for Sept., 1778, dated Fort
Clinton : also, same regt. ; regimental pay rolls for Jan. and Feb., 1779, dated
King's Ferry; also. Sergeant Major, Col. Jacob Gerrish's regt. ; engaged Oct.



IX THE WAR OF THE REVOLUTION. 235

Tylkk, John, continued.

1-1, 1779; discharged Nov. 22, 1779; service, 1 mo. 20 days, at Claverack, in-
cluding travel (240 miles) home ; regiment detached from militia of Suffolk
and Essex counties tu reinforce army under Gen. Washington.

Tyler, John. Quarter Master, Lieut. Col. Nathan Tyler's (3d "Worcester Co.)
regt. ; entered service Dec. 8, 1776; discharged Jan. 20, 1777; service, 1 mo.
15 days; regiment marched to Providence, R. I.; also, Quarter Master, Col.
Tyler's regt. ; entered service July 28, 1780 ; discharged Aug. 8, 1780 ; service,
15 days, on an alarm at Rhode Island, including travel (55 miles) to camp;
additional travel allowed for return to cami) a second time after being dis-
charged.

Tyler, John, Jr., Attlehorough. Private, Capt. Moses Willmarth's (9th) co.. Col.
John Dagget's (4th Bristol Co. ) regt., which marched in response to the alarm
of April 19, 1775 ; service, 11 days.

Tyler, John Steel, Boston. Petition addressed to the General Court, signed by
"William Gale and others, jiraying for the incorporation of the Boston Inde-
pendent corps, and desiring that the ofl&cers chosen by the said corps be com-
missioned, Maj. Gen. John Hancock being named as Colonel, Henry Jackson
as Lieutenant Colonel, Benjamm Hichborii as 1st Major, Perez Morton as 2d
Major, and said Tyler as Adjutant; ordered in Coimcil Dec. 7, 1776, that said
officers be commissioned ; also, list of men subscribing to regulations for forma-
tion of an Independent co. to be raised in Boston ; officers of said Boston Inde-
pendent CO. commissioned in Coimcil Dec. 7, 1776; Maj. Gen. John Hancock
to serve as Colonel, Henry Jackson to serve as Lieutenant Colonel ; also,
Adjutant, Gen. John Hancock's (Boston Independent) co. commanded by
Lieut. Col. Jackson ; marched April 15, 1777 ; arrived at camp April 17, 1777 ;
discharged May 5, 1777; service, 21:| days, at Rhode Island, travel (45 miles)
included ; also. Major, Col. Henry Jackson's regt. ; Continental Anny pay
accounts for service from Feb. 1, 1777, to Jan. 22, 1779; reported resigned Jan.
22, 1779; also, same regt.; pay abstract for Feb., 1778, dated "Gulph"; also,
same regt.; return of officers for clothing, dated Boston, Oct. 22, 1778; also,
same regt. ; pay roll of field, staff, and non-commissioned officers for Nov.,
1778, dated Pawtuxet ; also, return certified at Camp Providence, July 29, 1779,
made by Col. Jackson, of officers belonging to his regiment who resigned and
received honorable discharges from Generals Gates, Heath, and Sullivan;
said Tyler, Major, entered service Feb. 1, 1777, resigned March 1, 1779, and
received his discharge from Gen. Gates; credited to town of Boston; also,
return certified at Camp near Morristown, of officers and men belonging to
Col. Lee's, Col. Henley's, and Col. Jackson's regts., and men belonging to
Massachusetts in Col. Henry Sherburne's regt., who were incorporated into a
regiment under the command of Col. Henry Jackson, agreeable to the arrange-
ment of April 9, 1779; rank, Major; residence, Boston; appointed Feb. 1,
1777 ; said Tyler returned among officers belonging to Col. Henry Jackson's
regt. who were not included in the above arrangement ; reported resigned Jan.
22 [year not given] ; family of said Tyler reported as at Boston ; also, Lieuten-
ant Colonel, Boston Independent co. ; list of officers of Mass. militia; commis-
sioned May 10, 1779 ; also, Quartermaster General ; list of officers commissioned
for service on Penobscot expedition; commissioned July 2, 1779; reported a
Lieutenant Colonel ; also. Quartermaster General ; service from July 2, 1779,
to Oct. 8, 1779, 3 mos. 7 days, on Penobscot expedition.

Tyler, Jonath.\.n, Boxford. Private, Capt. John Cu.shing's co. of militia, Col.
Samuel Johnson's regt., which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775; ser-
vice, 5 days; also, Capt. John Robinson's co., Maj. Gage's regt. ; enlisted Oct.
4, 1777 ; discharged Nov. 6, 1777 ; service, 35 days ; company marched to rein-
force Northern army.



236 ]VIASSACHUSETTS SOLDIERS AND SAILORS

Tyler, Jonathan, New Gloucester. Private, Capt. Moses Merrill's co., Col.
Edmund Phuiny's (31st) regt. ; billeting allowed from date of enlistment, ]May
15, 1775, to date of marching to headquarters, July 5, 1775; credited with 7
weeks 2 days allowance; also, company return [probably Oct., 1775]; also,
order for bounty coat dated Cambridge, Fort No. 2, Oct. 26, 1775.

Tyler, Jonathan (also given Jonathan, Jr.), New Gloucester. List of men
raised to serve in the Continental Army from Col. Timothy Pike's (4th Cum-
berland Co.) regt.; residence. New Gloucester; engaged for town of New
Gloucester; jomed Capt. Hill's co., Col. Vose's regt.; term, 3 years; also.
Private, Capt. Robert Davis's co.. Col. Joseph Vose's regt. ; muster roll for
Dec, 1777, sworn to at Camp Valley Forge; enlisted March 3, 1777; reported
sick and absent; also, petition dated New Gloucester, May 17, 1819, signed
by Joseph Raynes, statmg that said Tyler had enlisted in March, 1777, to serve
in the Continental Army for the term of 3 years; tliat he was present at the
capture of Gen. Burgoyue's army, and died in Feb., 1778; that at the time
of his death there was a balance due said Tyler for wages, he having never
received any money from the time of his enlistment nor the SlOO gratuity
allowed all those who were in actual service on or before Aug. 15, 1777, and
requesting on behalf of Mary Tyler and Mercy Raynes, daughters of said Jona-
than Tyler, Jr., that the arrears of wages and the gratuity mentioned with
interest thereon might be granted ; said Tyler reported as having entered hos-
pital, sick with smallpox, April 2t), 1777, and as having left the hospital June
18, 1777; petition allowed and $16 granted by resolve of Feb. 11, 1820.

Tyler, Jonathan, Palmer. Private,Capt. David Speer's co. of militia. Col. Pjni-
chou's regt., which marched on the alarm of April li), 1775; service, 11 days.

Tyler, Jonathan. Order on Deacon David Jeffries, payable to Capt. Abishai
Brown, dated Camp at Hull, Nov. 2, 1776, signed by said Tyler, for advance
pay, blanket money, and travelling fees.

Tyler, Jonathan. Capt. Aaron Graves's co.. Col. David Leonard's regt. ; entered
service May 8, 1777 ; discharged July 8, 1777 ; service, 70 days, at the North-
ward, including 10 days (200 miles) travel from camp home.

Tyler, Jonathan. Private, Capt. Abraham Foster's co.. Col. Samuel Bullard's
regt. ; enlisted Aug. 18, 1777 ; discharged Nov. 30, 1777 ; service, 3 mos. 24 days,
including 12 days (240 miles) travel home; company marched to reinforce
Northern army under Gen. Gates. [Name appears as John Tyloron a dupli-
cate roll.]

Tyler, Jonathan. Private, Capt. Benjamin Edgell's co.. Col. John Jacobs's regt. ;
muster roll dated Freetown, Oct. 18, 1778 ; enlisted July 1, 1778 ; enlistment to
expire Jan. 1, 1779; also, same co. and regt.; pay rolls for Oct., Nov., and
Dec, 1778. [See Jonathan Tayler.]

Tyler, Jonathan. Private, Capt. Nathan Sergant's co. of guards; entered service
March 13, 1779 ; discharged June 13, 1779; service, 3 mos. ; com])any raised for
service under Maj. Gen. Gates at and about Boston.

Tyler, Jonathan. List of men rai.sed agreeable to resolve of Dec. 2, 1780, returned
as received by Oliver Sooper (Soper) , at Taunton, Dec. 24, 1781, to be conducted
to Boston and delivered to Maj. Pettingall; age, 29 yrs. ; stature, 5 ft. 10 in. ;
complexion, dark ; occupation, cooper ; engaged for town of Swanzey ; engaged
Dec. 15, 1781 ; term, 3 years.

Tyler, Joseph, Scarborough. Private, Capt. Benjamin Larrabe's co., Col. Mitchel's
regt. ; marched July 9, 1779 ; discharged Sept. 12, 1779 ; service, 2 mos. 3 days,
on Penobscot expedition.



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Tylek, Joseph. Seaman, brigantiiie" "Wanen," Paul Ileed, Master; shipped Jan.
18, 1777; discharged March 4, 1777; service, 1 mo. 10 days, on voyage to Cape
Francois ; vessel reported as having sailed from Boothbay Feb. 4, 1777, and as
having been taken March 12, 1777.

Tyler, Joseph. Private, Capt. John Ford's co. of volunteers, Col. Jonathan Reed's
regt. ; enlisted Sept. 28 (also given Sept. 27), 1777; discharged Oct. 20, 1777;
service, 20 (also given 23) days; company probably raised in Dracut, Chelms-
ford, and Dunstable, and marched Sept. 30, 1777, to reinforce Northern army.

Tylek, Joseph. Private, Capt. Noah Allen's co.. Col. Joseph Vose's (1st) regt.;
muster roll for May, 1781, dated West Point; enlisted Jan. 13, 1781; enlist-
ment, 3 years ; also, muster roll for June, 1781 ; also, muster roll for July, 1781,
dated Camp near Dobbs's Ferry; a/so, muster rolls for Aug. and Sept., 1781,
dated Camp Peekskill ; also, muster roll for Oct. and Nov., 1781, dated York
Hutts ; also, muster rolls for Jan., Feb., and March, 1782, dated Quarters York
Huts.

Tyler, Joshua. Private, Capt. Ezekiel Knowlton's co., Col. Dike's regt. ; muster
roll for Dec, 1776-Feb., 1777; credited to town of Brookfield; enlisted Dec.
16, 1776; regiment raised to serve until March 1, 1777.

Tyler, Moses, Boxford. Sergeant, Capt. John Cushing's co. of militia. Col.
Samuel Johnson's regt., which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775; ser-
vice, 1 day.

Tyler, Moses, Brookfield. Capt. Peter Harwood'sco., Col. Leamed's regt. ; order
for bounty coat endorsed "Nov'r 21st 1775; " also, Private, Capt. John Ban-
ister's CO., Col. Job Cushing's regt.; enlisted Sept. 7, 1777; discharged Nov.
29, 1777 ; service, 3 mos. 2 days, with Northern army, including 9 days (180
miles) travel home.

Tyler, Moses, Medford (also given Medfield). Private, Capt. Thomas Hovey's
CO., Col. Nathan Tyler's regt. ; entered service July 20, 1779; discharged Dec.
25, 1779 ; service, 5 mos. 10 days, at Rhode Island ; also, same co. and regt. ;
pay roll for Dec, 1779, allowing 1 mo. 4 days service at Rhode Island, including
travel (80 miles) home.

Tyler, Moses, Northampton. Descriptive list dated Feb. 20, 1782 ; Capt. Rufus
Lincoln's co., Lieut. Col. John Brooks's (7th) regt.; age, 16 jts. ; stature, 5
ft. 2 (also given 5 ft. 7) in. ; complexion, light; hair, light (also given brown) ;
occupation, farmer; birthplace, Northampton; residence, Northampton; en-
listed for town of Northampton ; enlisted Jan. 31, 1782 [ ? ], also given Feb. 28,
1781; enlistment, 3 years; also, Capt. Lincoln's co., Lieut. Col. Brooks's
regt. ; list of men tried by courts-martial subsequent to Jan. 1, 1781 ; said Tyler
tried Nov. 23, 1782, by regimental court-martial, Capt. Mills, President, for
suffering shoes to be stolen when on sentry ; reported acquitted ; also. Private,
3d CO. ; entry dated July 11, 1783, of an order for wages for May and June [year
not given], appearing in a register of orders accepted on account of wages, etc.

Tyler, Moses, Wobum. Order on Deacon Jeffers, Paymaster to the Colony troops,
payable to Col. Ephraim Jackson, dated Camp at Hull, July 10, 1776, signed
by said Tyler and others belonging to Capt. Abishai Brown's co., Col. Whit-
ney's regt., for advance pay, travel allowance, etc ; also. Private, Capt.
Brown's co.. Col. Josiah Whitney's regt. ; service from Nov. 1, 1776, to Dec.
1, 1776, 1 mo. 2 days, travel (44 miles) included; roll dated Camp at Hull.

Tyler, Moses. 1st Lieutenant, Capt. Jacob Hide's (1st) co.. Col. John Daggatt's
(4th Bristol Co.) regt. of Mass. militia; list of officers chosen by the several
companies in said regiment, dated Attleborough, May 18, 1776; ordered in
Council March 21, 1770, that said officers be commissioned ; reported commis-



238 MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIERS AND SAILORS

Tyler, Moses, continued.

sioiied March 21, 1776; also, Lieutenant, Capt. Jacob Ide's (Attleborough)
CO., Col. Uagget's regt. ; service, 24 days; company marched to Rhode Island
on the alarm of Dec. 8, 177(5.

Tyler, Moses. Private, Capt. Lawson Buckminster's co., in a regiment commanded
by Lieut. Col. Samuel Peirce; entered service May 1(5, 1779; discharged July
1, 1779; service, 1 mo. 19 days; company ordered to serve at Tiverton, R. I.,
until July 1, 1779.

Tyler, Moses. List of (5 months men raised agreeable to resolve of June 5, 1780,
returned as received of Maj. Joseph Hosmer, Superintendent for Middlesex
Co., by Justin Ely, Commissioner, dated Springfield; also, descriptive list of
men rai.sed to reinforce the Continental Army for the tei'ni of 6 months, agree-
able to resolve of June 5, 1780, returned as received of Justin Ely, Commis-
sioner, by Brig. Gen. John Glover, at Springfield, July 17, 1780; age, 21 yrs. ;
stature, 5 ft. 5 in. ; complexion, ruddy ; engaged for town of Woburn ; marched
to camp July 17, 1780, under command of Capt. Abner Howard ; also. Private ;
pay roll for (5 months men raised by the town of ^yoburn for service in the
Continental Army during 1780; marched July 12, 1780; discharged Jan. 17,
1781 ; service, (5 mos. 16 days, including travel (220 miles) from place of dis-
charge home. [See Moses Taylor.]

Tyler, Nathan, Attleborough. Private, Capt. Jabez Ellis's (Attleborough) co.
of jNIinute-men and militia, which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775;
service, 6 days; also, Capt. Jacob Ide's (Attleborougli) co.. Col. Dagget's
regt. ; service, 22 d.iys ; company marched to Rhode Island on the alarm of
Dec. 8, 1776.

Tyler, Nathax, alias Nathan Taylor, Kennebunk (also given Kennebec). Pri-
vate, Capt. Mills's CO., Col. Baldwin's regt. ; Continental Army pay accounts
for service from March 1, 1777, to July 7, 1779; residence, Kennebunk ; reported
deserted ; also, return dated Morristown, July 26, 1780, made by Jeduthan Bald-
win, Colonel of Engineers and Lieutenant Colonel Commandant of Artificers,
of ofiBcers and men belonging to Massachusetts in his regiment who had engaged
for 3 years or during the war; Capt. Nathaniel Clark's co. of artificers; resi-
dence, Kennebec ; engaged March 8, 1777 ; term., during war ; reported deserted
July 29, 1779.

Tyler, Nathan (also given Nathan, Jr.). Lieutenant Colonel, 3d "Worcester Co.
regt. of Mass. militia ; list of field officers ; commissioned June 12, 1776 ; also,
list of officers chosen by the several companies in Col. Ezra Wood's (3d Worces-
ter Co.) regt. of Mass. militia, as returned by Col. Wood, said Tyler, Lieutenant
Colonel, and others, dated July 9, 177(5 ; also, Lieutenant Colonel in command of
3d Worcester Co. regt. ; entered service Dec. 8, 1776 ; discharged Jan. 20, 1777 ;
service, 1 mo. 15 days; regiment marched to Providence, R. I. ; also, Lieuten-
ant Colonel, Col. Jacob Gerrish's regt.; entered service July 3, 1778; dis-
charged Dec. 12, 1778; service, 5 mos. 9 days; regiment detached from militia
for service in Massachu.setts ; also, Colonel, 3d Worcester Co. regt. of Mass.
militia ; list of officers ; commissioned June 17, 1779 ; also. Colonel, 3d Worces-
ter Co. regt.. Brig. Gen. Jonathan Warner's brigade; general return of Mass.
militia, made by Adj. Gen. Peleg Wadsworth, dated July 5, 1779; also.
Colonel ; list of officers of a regiment ordered to be detached to serve at Rhode
Island until Jan. 1, 1780, agreeable to resolve of June 8, 1779; commissioned
June 18, 1779; also. Colonel; engaged June 17, 1779; di.scharged Jan. 2, 1780;
service, 6 mos. 16 days, at Rhode Island ; also, report dated Providence, July
28, 1779, signed by said Tyler, Colonel, of the regiment of new levies under his
command, showing the number under arms, the number present, and the
number absent ; also, return dated Providence, Aug. 4, 1779, signed by said



IN THE WAR OF THE REVOLUTION. 239

Tyler, Nathan (also given Nathan, Jr.), continued.

Tyler, Colonel, of the officers and soldiers under his command ; also. Colonel ;
entered service July 27, 1780 ; discharged Aug. 8, 1780 ; service, 16 days, on an
alarm at Rhode Island, including travel (85 miles) to camp; additional travel
allowed for return to camp a second time after being discharged.

Tyler, Nathan. Private, Capt. Stephen Russell's co.. Col. Samuel Bullard's
regt., Gen. Warner's brigade; enlisted Aug. 15, 1777; discharged Nov. 30,
1777 ; service, 3 mos. 28 days, in Northern department, including 12 days (240
miles) travel home. Roll dated Dracut.

Tyler, Nathan. Private, Capt. Joseph Cook's co.. Col. Elisha Porter's (Hamp-
shire Co.) regt.; enlisted July 20, 1779; discharged Aug. 27, 1779; service,
1 mo. 12 days, at New London, Conn., including 4 days (87 miles) travel home.

Tyler, Nathan, Jr. Private, Capt. Thaddeus Read's co.. Col. Nathan Tyler's
regt. ; entered service July 28, 1780 ; discharged Aug. 7, 1780 ; service, 14 days,
including travel (3 days) home; company marched to Tiverton, R. I., on an
alarm. Roll sworn to in Worcester Co.

Tyler, Nathan Web, Chesterfield. Private, Capt. Robert Webster's co. of
Minute-men, Gen. Pomroy's regt., which marched April 21, 1775, in response
to the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 6 days; also, Capt. Webster's (8th) co.,
Col. John Fellows's (8th) regt. ; muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775; enlisted April
27, 1775; service, 3 mos. 12 days; also, company return dated Dorchester, Oct.
8, 1775; the words " Quebec 9 Sept " appear after name.

Tyler, Nathaniel, Hallowell. Return of men raised to serve in the Continental
Army from Col. Joseph North's (2d Lincoln Co.) regt., dated Gardnerstown,
Feb. 2, 1778 ; residence, Hallowell ; engaged for town of Hallowell ; term, 3
years.

Tyler, Nathaniel. Private, Capt. Charles Furbush's co.. Col. Bridge's regt.;
muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775; enlisted May 30, 1775; service, 2 mos. 7 days;
also, order for boimty coat dated Camp at Cambridge, Nov. 21, 1775.

Tyler, Nathaniel. Capt. John Russell's co.. Col. Gamaliel Bradford's regt. ;
subsistence allowed from date of entering service, Feb. 18, 1777, to March 21,
1777; credited with 43 days subsistence, including allowance for 11 days (220
miles) travel on march from Boston to Bennington.

Tyler, Nicholas. Seaman, frigate "Boston," commanded by Capt. Samuel
Tucker; engaged March 11, 1779; reported "Run" March 24, 1779. Roll
made up for advance pay for 1 month.

Tyler, Othniel. Private, Capt. Alexander Foster's co.. Col. Thomas Carpenter's
regt. ; service from July 27, 1778, to Aug. 12, 1778, 17 days, on expedition to
Rhode Island.

Tyler, Parker, Boxford. Private, Capt. John Cushing's co. of militia. Col.
Samuel Johnson's regt., which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775 ; service,
4 days ; also, Capt. Richard Peabody's co., Col. Edward Wiggles worth's regt. ;
pay abstract for travel allowance from Ticonderoga in 1776 ; 222 miles travel
allowed said Tyler.

Tyler, Phineas, Andover. Private, Capt. Nathaniel Lovejoy's co. commanded
by Lieut. John Adams, Col. Samuel Johnson's regt., which marched on the
alarm of April 19, 1775, to Cambridge, via Billerica [service not given] ; re-
ported returned home.

Tyler, Royall, Uxbridge. Fifer, Capt. Isaac Bolster's co.. Col. Ebenezer Learned's
regt. ; muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775 ; enlisted June 8, 1775 ; service, 1 mo.
26 days; also, company return dated Roxbury, Oct. 7, 1775; also, order for



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Tyler, Royall, contiriued.

money in lieu of bounty coat dated Camp at Roxbury, Dec. 26, 1775; also,
Fifer, Capt. David Batcbeller's co., 3d "Worcester Co. regt. commanded by
Lieut. Col. Nathan Tyler; entered service Jan. 9, 1777; service, 11 daj's;
company maiclied to Providence, li. I., on the alarm of Dec. 8, 1776; also,
list of men mustered by Thomas Newhall, Muster Master for Worcester Co.,
to serve at Rhode Island until Jan. 1, 1780; Capt. Samuel Read's co.. Col.
Tyler's regt.; engaged for town of Uxbridge; mustered July 11, 1779; also,
Private, Capt. Thomas Fisli's co.. Col. Natlian Tyler's regt. ; enlisted July 1,
1779; discharged Dec. 28, 1779; service, 6 mos., at Rhode Island; roll sworn
to at Newijort; also, same co. and regt.; payroll for Dec, 1779, sworn to at
Newport, allowing 1 mo. 3 days service at Rhode Island, travel (60 miles)
included; also, Fifer, Capt. Thaddeus Read's co.. Col. Tyler's regt. ; entered
service July 28, 1780; discharged Aug. 7, 1780; service, 14 days, including
travel (3 days) home; company marched to Tiverton, R. I., on an alarm.

Tyler, Royall. List of men subscribing to regulations for formation of an Inde-
pendent CO. to be raised in Boston ; officers of said Boston Independent co.
commissioned in Council Dec. 7, 1776; Maj. Gen. John Hancock to serve as
Colonel, Henry Jackson to serve as Lieutenant Colonel.

Tyler, Samuel, Attleborough. Private, Capt. Samuel Robinson's co.. Col. Isaac
Dean's regt. ; marched July 31, 1780 ; discharged Aug. 8, 1780 ; service, 8 days ; 2
days travel also allowed on march home from Tiverton to Attleborough ; com-
pany marched to Tiverton, R. I., on an alarm.

Tyler, Samuel. Corporal, Capt. Enos Parker's co.. Col. Benjamin Simonds's
regt.; enlisted July 9, 1777; discharged July 31, 1777; service, 23 days; regi-
ment detached from Berkshire Co. militia to reinforce Continental Army at
Ticonderoga.

Tyler, Samuel. Private, Capt. Moses "Willmarth's co.. Col. John Daggett's regt. ;
service, 2 mos. 25 days ; regiment raised to serve at Rhode Island for 3 months
from Jan. 1, 1778. Roll sworn to at Tamiton.

Tyler, Samuel. Private, Capt. Archibald McAllister's co.. Col. Samuel McCobb's
regt.; enlisted July 11, 1779; service to Sept. 24, 1779, 2 mos. 13 days, on ex-
pedition against Majorbagaduce. Roll endorsed " Reg't at Penobscot."

Tyler, Samuel. Private, Capt. Amariah Babbit's co., Col. Benjamin Simonds's
regt.; service, 5 days; company marched Oct. 14, 1780, on an alarm at the
Northward.

Tyler, Samuel. Private, Capt. Israel Harris's co.. Col. Benjamin Simonds's
(Berkshire Co.) regt. ; enlisted Oct. 12, 1780 ; discharged Oct. 19, 1780 ; ser-
vice, 11 days, including 4 days (80 miles) travel home ; company marched to
Northern frontiers by order of Gen. Fellows on an alarm.

Tyler, Samuel. Private, Capt. Samuel Sloan's co.. Col. Asa Bams's regt. ; en-
tered service Oct. 11, 1781 ; left service Oct. 22, 1781 ; service, 8 days; mileage
out (80 miles) allowed; company marched from Berkshire Co. to Saratoga by
order of Gen. Stark on an alarm.

Tyler, Simeox, ]SIetbuen. Capt. John Davis's co., Col. James Frye's regt. ; receipt
for advance iiay, signed by said Tyler and others, dated Camp at Cambridge,
June 8, 1775: also, Private, same co. and regt. ; company return dated Cam-
bridge, Oct. 5, 1775 : enlisted May 14, 1775 ; also. Corporal, Capt. Eliphalet Bod-
well'sco.. Col. Edward Wiggles worth's regt. ; pay abstract fortravel allowance,
etc., from Albany home in Dec, 1776 ; 210 miles travel allowed said Tyler ; also,
Capt. John Davis's co., Col. Jonathan Cogswell's regt. ; entered service Sept.
25, 1778; discharged Dec. 31, 1778; service, 3 mos. 9 days; company detached



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Tyler, Semeon, continued.

to guard and fortify posts at and about Boston ; also, Sergeant, Capt. James
Mallon'sco. ; engaged Nov. 2, 1779; discharged Nov. 10, 1779; service, 11 daj's,
under Maj. Gen. Hancock at Castle Island, including travel home; company
raised in Essex Co.

Tyler, Solomon. Private, Capt. Thaddeus Read's co., Col. Nathan Tyler's regt. :
entered service July 2H, 1780; discharged Aug. 7,1780; service, 14 days, m-
cluding travel (.3 days) home; company marched to Tiverton, R. I., on an
alarm. Roll sworn to in Worcester Co.

Tyler, Stephen, Boxford. Private, Capt. Samuel Johnson's cc, Col. Titcomb's
regt. ; arrived at place of rendezvous April 27, 1777 ; discharged June 27, 1777 ;
service, 2 mos. 10 days, including travel (171 miles) to place of rendezvous and
from place of discharge home ; company raised to serve for 2 months from time



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