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son's regts., and men belonging to Massachusetts in Col. Henry Sherburne's
regt., who were incoqiorated into a regiment under the command of Col. Henry
Jackson, agreeable to the arrangement of April 9, 1779; Colonel's co. ; rank.
Private; residence, Dartmouth; engaged June 25, 1777; term, during war;
family of said Trip reported as at Dartmouth ; also. Colonel's co. commanded
by Capt. Lieut. John Hobby, Col. Jackson's (16th) regt. ; pay rolls for April
and May, 1780.

Trip, Stephen, Windham. Capt. John Wentworth's co.. Col. Aaron Willard's
regt. ; pay abstract for travel allowance, etc., from home to Bennington, dated
Boston, Jan. 6, 1777; .'540 miles travel allowed said Trip; also, same co. and



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Trip, Stephen, continued.

regt. ; pay abstract for travel allowance home from place of discharge, Fort
Edward, dated Boston, Jan. 15, 1777 ; 422 miles travel allowed said Trip ; also,
list of men raised to serve in the Continental Army from Col. Timothy Pike's
(4th Cumberland Co.) regt., made upon settlement authorized by resolve of
April 29, 1778; residence, Windham; engaged for town of Windham; joined
Capt. Mayberry's co., Col. Francis's regt. ; term, 3 years.

Tripe, Benjamin, Sanford. Lieutenant, Capt. Morgan Lewis's co., which marched
April 21, 1775, in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775 ; service, 3 days.

Tripe, Jonathan. Private, Capt. Abijah Bangs's co., Col. Dike's regt. ; pay abstract
for gmi and blanket money, dated Boston, Feb. 24, 1777.

Tripe, Richard. Private, Capt. John Shapleigh's co. ; enlisted July 10, 1775;
service to Nov. 1, 1775, 4 mos. ; company stationed at Kittery for defence of
seacoast; also, same co. ; service from Nov. 1, 1775, to Dec. 31, 1775, 2 mos. 5
days; company stationed on seacoast at Kittery Point imder Col. Edward
Cutt (Cutts).

Tripe, Robert, Wells. Receipt dated Sanford, Feb. 13, 1781, for bounty paid said
Tripe by Phineas Thompson, Chairman of a class of the town of Sanford, to
serve in the Continental Army for the term of 3 years, agreeable to resolve of
Dec. 2, 1780; also, descriptive list of men in Continental service; Capt. Mills's
CO., Lieut. Col. John Brooks's (7th) regt.; age, 18 yrs. ; stature, 5 ft. 5^ in.;
complexion, dark ; hair, dark ; occupation, farmer ; residence, Wells ; engaged
for town of Sanford ; engaged Feb. 8, 1781 ; term, 3 years.

Tripe, Sylvanus. List of prisoners sent in the cartel " Silver Eel " from Halifax
to Boston Oct. 8, 1778, to be exchanged for British prisoners, as returned by
Bat. Fox, Commissary of Prisoners ; reported a Seaman.

Tripe, William, Sanford. Private, Capt. Morgan Lewis's co., which marched
April 21, 1775, in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775 ; service, 3 days ; also.
Corporal, Capt. Jonathan Nowell's co.. Col. James Scammon's (30th) regt.;
muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775; enlisted May 3, 1775; service, 3 mos. 6 days;
also, company return [probably Oct., 1775], including abstract of pay to last
of July, 1775; also, order for money in lieu of bounty coat dated Cambridge,
Dec. 20, 1775.

Tripe, William. Private, Capt. Philip Hubbord's co. ; enlisted Jan. 17, 1776;
service to Aug. 31, 1776, 7 mos. 15 days ; company stationed at Kittery Point
and Old York for defence of seacoast.

Tripp, . [Tliis name also appears under the fonn of Frip, Treep, Trip, Tripe,

Trips.]

Tripp, Abiel, Attleborough. Descriptive list of men raised to reinforce the Conti-
nental Army for the term of 6 months, agreeable to resolve of June 5, 1780,
returned as received of Justin Ely, Commissioner, by Brig. Gen. John Glover,
at Springfield, July 11, 1780; age, 17 yrs.; stature, 5 ft. 7 in.; complexion,
ruddy; engaged for town of Attleborough ; arrived at Springfield July 9, 1780;
marched to camp July 11, 1780, under command of Ensign Bancroft ; also, list
of men raised for the 6 months service and returned by Brig. Gen. Paterson as
having passed muster in a return dated Camp Totoway, Oct. 25, 1780; also,
pay roll for 6 months men raised by the town of Attleborough for service in
the Continental Army during 1780: marched July 6, 1780; discharged Jan. 8,
1781 ; service, 6 mos. 2 days ; travel home (200 miles) also allowed.

Tripp, Abiel. List of men mustered for Col. Danforth Keyes's regt. subsequent
to Sept. 16 [year not given, probably 1777], by James Leonard, Muster Master
for Bristol Co.; Capt. Caleb Richardson's co. ; also, Capt. Richardson's co.,



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Tripp, Abiel, continued.

Col. Keyes's regt. ; enlisted Sept. 12, 1777; service to Jan. 1, 1778, 3 mos. 18
days, at Rhode Island ; also, Private, same co. and regt. ; pay roll dated War-
ren, R. I., Dec. 3, 1777, and sworn to at Headquarters, Providence.

Tripp, Abiel. Corporal, Capt. Samuel Robinson's co., Col. Isaac Dean's regt.;
marched March 6, 1781 ; discharged March 14, 1781 ; service, 9 days, at Rhode
Island ; 2 days (136 miles) travel allowed from Rhode Island to Attleborough.
Roll endorsed " for 40 days."

Tripp, " Acus." Corporal, Capt. Simeon Fowler's co.. Col. Jonathan Reed's (1st)
regt. of guards ; muster roll dated Cambridge, May 9, 1778 ; enlistment, 3
months from April 2, 1778 ; also, same co. and regt. ; entered service April 4,
1778 ; service to July 8, 1778, 3 mos. 3 days, at Cambridge ; also, Private, Capt.
Elijah Smalley's co., Maj. Zenas Winslow's regt. ; service, 6 days, on an alarm
at Bedford and Falmouth in Sept., 1778 ; roll sworn to in Barnstable Co. [See
Asus Trip.]

Tripp, Anthony, Dartmouth. Private, Capt. Manasseh Kempton's co.. Col. Thomas
Carpenter's regt.; enlisted July 26, 1777; discharged Aug. 29, 1777; service,
1 mo. 7 days, at Rhode Island, including travel home ; also, same co. and regt. ;
pay abstract for mileage for camp at Rhode Island home to Dartmouth Sept.
1, 1777 ; mileage for 40 miles allowed said Tripp.

Tripp, Augustus, Chesterfield. Private, Capt. Samuel Fairfield's co.. Col. Nathan
Sparhawk's regt.; enlisted Sept. 23, 1778; service, 2 mos. 25 days; company
served at Dorchester and was discharged Dec. 12, 1778.

Tripp, Benjamin, Rehoboth. Descriptive list of men raised to reinforce the Con-
tinental Army for the term of 6 mouths, agreeable to resolve of June 5, 1780,
returned as received of Justin Ely, Commissioner, by Brig. Gen. John Glover,
at Springfield, July 11, 1780 ; age, 20 yrs. ; stature, 5 ft. 8 in. ; complexion,
light ; engaged for town of Rehoboth ; marched to camp July 11, 1780, imder
command of Capt. George "Webb ; also, list of men raised for the 6 months ser-
vice and returned by Brig. Gen. Paterson as having passed muster in a return
dated Camp Totoway, Oct. 25, 1780; also, pay roll for 6 months men raised by
the town of Rehoboth for service in the Continental Army during 1780 ; marched
to "West Point July 7, 1780 ; discharged Jan. 10, 1781 ; service, 6 mos. 13 days,
including 10 days (200 miles) travel home.

Tripp, Benjamin. Private, Capt. Stephen Richardson's co. ; service, 25 days;
company comprised one-fourth of the militia of the town of Attleborough,
marched to Rhode Island April 21, 1777, to hold the Lines until men could be
raised for that purpose for 2 months, and served until May 15, 1777 ; also, same
CO. ; marched Sept. 25, 1777 ; discharged Oct. 29, 1777 ; service, 1 mo. 6 days ;
company marched from Attleborough under command of Col. George "Williams
on a secret expedition.

Tripp, Benjamin. Private, Capt. Jacob Haskins's co., in a regiment commanded
by Lieut. Col. Samuel Pierce; entered service May 20, 1779; discharged July
1, 1779; service, 1 mo. 14 days, at Tiverton ; regiment raised to serve at Rhode
Island until July 1, 1779.

Tripp, Daniel, Dartmouth. Private, Capt. Manasseh Kempton's co.. Col. Thomas
Carpenter's regt.; enlisted July 26, 1777; discharged Aug. 29, 1777; .service,
1 mo. 7 days, at Rhode Island, including travel home ; also, same co. and regt. ;
pay abstract for mileage from camp at Rhode Island home to Dartmouth Sept.
1, 1777 ; mileage for 40 miles allowed said Tripp.

Tripp, David (also given David, Jr.) , Dartmouth. Private, Capt. Manasseh Kemp-
ton's CO., Col. Thomas Carpenter's regt.; enlisted July 26, 1777; discharged
Aug. 29, 1777; service, 1 mo. 7 days, at Rhode Island, including travel home;



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Tripp, David (also given David, Jr.), continued.

also, same co. and regt. ; pay abstract for mileage from camp at Rliode Island
Lome to Dartmouth Sept. 1, 1777 ; mileage for 40 miles allowed said Tripp.

Tripp, Ephraim, Attleborough. 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; also, Capt. Caleb Ricliardson's co., Col.
Timothy Walker's regt.; company return dated Oct. 6, 1775; also, order for
bounty coat dated Camp at Koxbury, Nov. 20, 1775 ; also. Private, Capt. Stephen
Richardson's co. ; marched Sept. 25, 1777; discharged Oct. 29, 1777; service,
1 mo. 6 days ; company marched from Attleborough under command of Col.
George Williams on a secret expedition.

Tripp, Ephraim. Private, Capt. Jabez Bullock's co.. Col. Thomas Carpenter's
regt. ; entered service July 27, 1780 ; discharged July 31, 1780 ; service, 5 days,
at Tiverton, R. I., on an alarm ; company raised for 6 days service. Roll sworn
to at Rehoboth.

Tripp, Ephraim. Corporal, Capt. Henry Jenne's co.. Col. John Hathaway's (2d
Bristol Co.) regt.; entered service Aug. 2, 1780; discharged Aug. 8, 1780; ser-
vice, 6 days, at Rhode Island on an alarm. Roll certitied at Dartmouth.

Tripp, Ishmael. Corporal, Capt. Thomas Crandon's co. ; enlisted July 24, 1775;
service, 5 mos. 10 days, in defence of seacoast; also, list of men who marched
from Dartmouth to camp imder command of Capt. Benjamin Dillmgham and
arrived there Feb. 15, 1776.

Tripp, James, Attleborough (alsogiven Dighton). Private, Capt. Caleb Richard-
son's CO., Col. Timothy Walker's regt.; company return dated Oct. 6, 1775;
also, order for bounty coat dated Camp at Roxbury, Nov. 20, 1775 ; also, Capt.
Stephen Richardson's 4th (2d Attleborough, also given Attleborough No. 12)
CO., Col. Daggett's regt. ; list of men who served in the 8 months service at
Roxbury in 1775, known as the 1st camj)aign ; also, Capt. Richardson's (Attle-
borough No. 12) CO. ; list of men who served in the 5 months campaign at
Dorchester in 177G, known as the 5th campaign; also, Capt. Richardson's 4th
(2d Attleborough) co.. Col. Daggett's regt. ; list of men who served in the 7
months campaign at Nantasket in 1776, known as the 5th campaign ; also,
order dated Camp at Hull, June 21, 1776, signed by said Trip and others
belonging to Capt. Zebedee Redding's co.. Col. Josiah Whitney's regt., for
advance pay for 1 month, etc. ; also. Private, Capt. Redding's co., Col. Whit-
ney's regt. ; service from Aug. 1, 1776, to Nov. 1, 1776, 3 mos. ; also, same co.
and regt. ; pay roll for Nov., 1776 ; service, 1 mo. ; also, Capt. Stejihen Richard-
son's CO.; service, 25 days; company comprised one-fourth of the militia of
the town of Attleborough, marched to Rhode Island April 21, 1777, to hold
the Lines until men could be raised for that purpose for 2 months, and served
until May 15, 1777 ;"a;so. Private, Colonel's co.. Col. Henry Jackson's regt.;
Continental Army pay accoimts for service from Jime 30, 1777, to Dec. 31,
1779; also, Lieut. Hodijah Bayles's co. of grenadiers. Col. Jackson's regt.;
pay abstract for Feb., 1778, dated "Gulph," Pa.; also, same co. and regt.;
pay roll for June, 1778, dated Providence ;' also, Lieut. John Hobby's co.. Col.
Jackson's regt.; pay roll for July and Aug., 1778, dated Providence; also,
Lieut. Hobby's co. of grenadiers. Col. Jackson's regt. ; pay rolls for Sept. and
Dec, 1778, sworn to at Pawtuxet; also, Lieut. Hobby's co.. Col. Jackson's
regt.; pay roll for March, 1779, sworn to in Garrison at Pawtuxet; also,
Colonel's (1st) co. commanded by Capt. Lieut. Jolm Hobby, Col. Jackson's
regt.; muster roll for April, 1779, dated Pawtuxet; enlisted June 30, 1777;
enlistment, 3 years ; also, 1st co. commanded by Capt. Lieut. Hobby, Col. Jack-
son's regt. ; company return dated Camp at Providence, July 9, 1779 ; residence,
Attleborough ; engaged June 20, 1777 ; also, same co. and regt. ; pay roll for



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Tripp, James, continued.

July, 1779, sworn to at Camp Providence ; also, Colonel's co. commanded
by Capt. Lieut. Hobby, Col. Jackson's regt. ; pay roll for Oct., 1779; also.
Colonel's co.. Col. Jackson's regt. ; regimental return made up to Dec. 31,
1779, dated Camp at Providence; also, descriptive list dated Hutts, three
miles from West Point, Jan. 28, 1781; Capt. Dow's co., 9th Mass. regt. com-
manded by Col. Jackson; rank, Private; age, 30 yrs. ; stature, 5 ft. 9 in.;
complexion, light ; hair, light ; occupation, cordwainer ; residence, Dighton ;
enlisted Jan. 1, 1780, by Col. Jackson ; enlistment, during war.

Tripp, Jesse. Receipt dated May 14, 1783, signed by said Tripp, for wages for ser-
vice to May 10, 1783, on board the frigate "Hague," commanded by Capt.
John Manley.

Tripp, Job, Dartmouth. Musician, Capt. Thomas Crandon's co. ; engaged July 24,
1775; service, 5 mos. 10 days, in defence of seacoast; also, list of men who
marched from Dartmouth to camp under command of Capt. Benjamin Dilling-
ham and arrived there FeV). 15, 1776 ; also. Drummer, Capt. Amasa Soper's co..
Col. Thomas Marshall's regt. ; abstract for advance pay for 1 month, etc., sworn
to at Boston, June 19, 1776; also, same co. and regt.; service from Nov. 1,
1776, to Dec. 1, 1776, 1 mo. 3 days, travel (60 miles) uicluded; roll sworn to at
Boston ; also, Drummer, Capt. Manasseh Kempton'sco., Col. Freeman's regt. ;
engaged Sejit. 27, 1777; discharged Oct. 29, 1777; service, 1 mo. 4 days, at
Rhode Island on a secret expedition ; also, Drummer, Capt. George Claghom's
CO., Col. Abigail (Abiel) Mitchell's regt.; engaged July 31, 1780; discharged
, Oct. 31, 1780 ; service, 3 mos. 2 days ; regiment raised in Bristol Co. to reinforce
Continental Army for 3 months.

Tripp, Job. Council warrant dated Oct. 30, 1776, for £13, drawn in favor of "Walter
Spooner, Esq., for the use of said Tripp who had been wounded when on board
said Spooner's vessel when it was taken by a " ISIinisterial Cruiser" while in
service for Massachusetts.

Tripp, John, Dartmouth. Private, Capt. Manasseh Kempton's co., Col. Thomas
Carpenter's regt.; enlisted July 26, 1777; discharged Aug. 29, 1777; service,
1 mo. 7 daj's, at Rhode Island, including travel home ; also, same co. and regt. ;
pay abstract for mileage from camp at Rhode Island home to Dartmouth Sept.
1, 1777; mileage for 44 miles allowed said Tripp; a?so, Capt. Jonathan Taber's
CO., Col. John Hathaway's (2d Bristol Co.) regt. ; entered service Aug. 3, 1780 ;
discharged Aug. 7, 1780; service, 5 days, on an alarm at Rhode Island.

Tripp, John. 1st Lieutenant, Capt. Thomas Lyon's (loth) co , 2d Bristol Co. regt.
of Mass. militia ; list of officers chosen in said regiment, as returned by Edward
Pope and others, dated April 5, 1776 : ordered in Coimcil Ai)ril 26, 1776, that
said officers be commissioned ; reported commissioned April 26, 1776.

Tripp, John. Private, Capt. John Gibbs's co., Col. John Jacobs's regt.; enlisted
July 23 (also given July 22), 1780; discharged Oct. 27, 1780; service, 3 mos.
6 days, at Rhode Island ; regiment detached from militia to reinforce Conti-
nental Army for 3 months. Roll certified at Wareham.

Tripp, John. Private ; account rendered against the United States by the Com-
monwealth of Massachusetts for amounts paid officers and men of Col. Timothy
Bigelow's regt. on account of depreciation of their wages for the first three
years service in the Continental Ai-my from 1777 to 1780. [See John Jupp.]

Tripp, Jonathan, Chatham. Descriptive list of men mustered for Continental
service sulisequent to Sept. 16 [year not given], by James Leonard, Muster
Master for Bristol Co. ; Capt. Jonathan Drown's co., Col. Lea's (Lee's) regt.;
age, 19 yrs. : stature, 5 ft. 7 in. ; engaged for town of Swanzey ; also. Sergeant,
Capt. McFarland's corps of invalids: Continental Army ])ay accounts for ser-



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Tripp, Jonathan, continued.

vice from Jan. 1, 1780, to Feb. 3, 1780; reported deserted Feb. 3, 1780; also, re-
turn certified at Camp near Morristown, April 30, 1780, of officers and men
belonging to Col. Lee's, Col. Henley's, and Col. Jackson's regts., and men
belonging to Massachu.setts in Col. Henrj' Sherburne's regt., who were incorpo-
rated into a regiment under the command of Col. Henry Jackson, agreeable to
the arrangement of April 9, 1779 ; Capt. North's co. ; rank, Sergeant ; residence,
Chatham; engaged Sept. 10, 1777; term, 3 years; reported as having lost his
leg in action Aug. 30, 1778, invalided May 1, 1779.

Tripp, Joseph. Petition dated Boston, Jan. 15, 1779, signed by Nathaniel Greene,
of Boston, in behalf of himself and others, a.sking that said Tripp be commis-
sioned as commander of the brigantino "Adventure" (privateer); ordered
in Council Jan. 15, 1779, that a commission be issued.

Tripp, Nathaniel. Private, Capt. Benjamin Hooper's co. ; marched Feb. 24,
1776; service to Nov. 24, 1776, 8 mos. 29 days; company reported as mustered
by Peter Noyes, jNIuster Master, at Falmouth, Ctimberland Co., Feb. 29, 1776,
and stationed there for defence of seacoast.

Tripp, Nathaniel. Corporal, Capt. Joseph Pride's co., in a detachment of Cum-
berland Co. militia commanded by Nathaniel Jordan, Esq. ; jomed Oct. 1,
1779 ; discharged Oct. 23, 1779 ; service at the Eastward.

Tripp, Reuben, Rochester. Private, Capt. Earl Clap's co.. Col. Theophilus Cot-
ton's regt. ; muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775 ; enlisted May 5, 1775 ; service, 3
mos. 6 days ; also, company return dated Oct. 7, 1775.

Tripp, Reuben. Receipt dated Rochester, May 3, 1782, for bounty paid said Tripp
by Enoch Hammond, Chainnan of Class No. 2 of the town of Rochester, to
serve in the Continental Army for the term of 3 years.

Tripp, Robert. Private, Lst division, Capt. Squire Millerd's co.. Col. "Waterman's
regt.; service from Jan. 9, 1777, to Feb. 3 [8], 1777, 31 days; also, copy of a
company receij)!, given to Capt. Millerd, for wages for service from Jan. 9,

1777, to Feb. 8, 1777, dated Warwick.

Tripp, Robert. Private, 5th co. ; entries dated Oct. 20 and Dec. 25, 1783, of orders
for wages for May-Dec. [j^ear not given], appearing in a register of orders
accepted on account of wages, etc.

Tripp, Samuel, Dartmouth. Li.st of men mustered by Nathaniel Barber, Muster
Master for Suffolk Co., dated Boston, July 20, 1777; Capt. Langdon's co., Col.
Henry Jack.son's regt. ; reported received State bounty ; also, Private, Colonel's
CO., Col. Jackson's regt. ; Continental Anny pay accounts for service from
June 25, 1777, to Dec. 31, 1779; residence, Dartmouth; credited to town of
Dartmouth ; also, Lieut. Hodijah Bayles's co. of grenadiers. Col. Jackson's
regt. ; pay abstract for Feb., 1778, dated " Oulph," Pa. ; also, Lieut. Bayles's
CO., Col. Jackson's regt. ; pay roll for June, 1778, dated Providence ; also,
Lieut. John Hobby's co., Col. Jackson's regt. ; pay roll for July and Aug.,

1778, dated Providence; also, Lieut. Hobby's co. of grenadiers, Col. Jackson's
regt.; pay rolls for Sept. and Dec, 1778, sworn to at Pawtuxet; also, Lieut.
Hobby's co., Col. Jackson's regt. ; pay roll for March, 1779, sworn to in Gar-
rison at Pawtuxet ; also. Colonel's (1st) co. commanded by Capt. Lieut. Hobby,
Col. Jackson's regt.; mu-ster roll for April, 1779, dated Pawtuxet; enlisted
June 25, 1777 ; enlistment, 3 years ; reported on command at "Warwick ; also,
1st CO. commanded by Capt. Lieut. John Hobby, Col. Jackson's regt. ; com-
pany return dated Camp at Providence, July 9, 1779; also, same co. and regt. ;
pay roll for July, 1779, sworn to at Camp Providence ; also, Colonel's co. com-
manded by Capt. Lieut. Hobby, Col. Jackson's regt.; pay roll for Oct., 1779;
also. Colonel's CO., Col. Jackson's regt.; regimental return made up to Dec.



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Tripp, Samuel, continued.

31, 1779, dated Camp at Providence ; also, descriptive list dated Hutts, three
miles from West Point, Jan. 28, 1781 ; Capt. Dow's co., 9th Mass. regt. com-
manded by Col. Jackson ; rank. Private ; age, 44 yrs. ; stature, 5 ft. 11 in. ;
complexion, dark ; hair, dark ; occupation, yeoman ; residence, Dartmouth ;
enlisted Jan. 1, 1780, by Col. Jackson ; enlistment, during war.

Tripp, Stephen, Windham. Private, in a detachment from Capt. John Went-
worth's CO. ; pay abstract for billeting, svrom to Aug. 31, 1776, and endorsed
" Company at Dorchester heiglits; " also, Private, Capt. Richard Mayberry's
CO., Col. Benjamin Tupper's regt. ; Continental Army pay accoimts for service
from Feb. 2, 1777, to Feb. 2, 1778; reported died Feb. 2, 1778; also, same co.
and regt. ; return dated Jan. 25, 1778 ; residence, Windham ; engaged for town
of Windham; mustered by Maj. Insley, County Muster Master, and by Col.
Varrick, Continental Muster Master ; reported sick at Albany.

Tripp, Thomas. List of men who marched from Dartmouth to camp under com-
mand of Capt. Benjamin Dillingham and arrived there Feb. 15, 1776.

Tripp, William. Capt. Job Sumner's co., Col. John Greaton's (2d) regt.; return
[year not given] ; mustered by Continental Muster Master Varrick ; reported
as belonging to Rhode Island ; also reported deserted.

Trips, William. Return of sentences by a general court-martial, Lieut. Col. Crag,
President, appearing in a general order dated Headquarters, Ticonderoga,
Nov. 6, 1776, taken from Col. Ephraim Wheelock's Orderly Book; said Trips,
Seaman, belonging to the fleet, tried on charge of mutiny, found guilty, and
sentenced to receive 78 lashes on the bare back and return to duty.

Triscot, John. Private, Capt. Samuel Holden's co., Col. Ebenezer Thayer's regt. ;
enlisted July 22, 1780; discharged Oct. 10, 1780; service, 3 mos., including 11
days (220 miles) travel home ; regiment raised in Suffolk Co. to remforce Con-
tinental Army for 3 months.

Triscot, Joseph. Private, Capt. Ebenezer Withington's co., which mustered April
19, 1775 ; service, 9 days.

Triscott, Ebenezer. Private, Capt. Enoch Noble's co.. Col. John Brown's regt. ;
entered service June 29, 1777 ; discharged July 28, 1777 : service, 30 days, with
Northern army; company ordered out by Brig. Gen. Fellows and Committee
of Safety at request of Maj. Gen. Schuyler. Roll certified at Sheffield.

Triscott, Lemuel. Captain, Col. Jonathan Brewer's regt. ; list of officers who
were appointed but not commissioned by Congress owing to the confusion that
took place after Jime 17, 1775 ; said officers recommended in Council Sept. 27,
1775, to Gen. Washington for commissions.

Triscott, Samuel. Private, Capt. Enoch Noble's co.. Col. John Brown's regt. ;
entered service June 29, 1777; discharged July 28, 1777; service, 30 days, with
Northern army ; company ordered out by Brig. Gen. Fellows and Committee
of Safety at request of Maj. Gen. Schuyler; roll certified at Sheffield: also,
Capt. Roswell Downing's co.. Col. John Ashley's (Berkshire Co.) regt. ; en-
tered service Sept. 19, 1777 ; discharged Oct. 19, 1777 ; service, 31 days, at Still-
water; roll certified at Sheffield by Brig. Gen. John Fellows.

Triscott, Seth. Private, Capt. Roswell Do^vning's co., Col. John Ashly's regt. ;
entered service July 6, 1777; discharged July 21, 1777; service, 15 days; com-
pany marched to Kingsbury July 6, 1777, at request of Maj. Gen. Schuyler.
Roll sworn to in Berkshire Co.

Triscott, William, Dorchester. Private, Capt. Hopestill Hall's co., Col. Lemuel
Robmson's regt. ; enlisted Jan. 29, 1776; service to tune of marchmg, 23 days;
also, pay roll for same service dated Roxbury.



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Tkiscut, Ebenezeb. Private, Capt. John Kiug's co., Col. Hopkins's (Berkshire
Co.) regt. ; entered service July 15, 1776 ; discharged Aug. 4, 177G ; service, 20
days; company marched by order of Brig. Gen. Fellows.

Teisd.vle, James. Captain, Col. John Greaton's regt. ; Continental Anny jjay
accounts for service from Jan. 1, 1777, to Dec. 31, 1771); reported as serving
16 mos. as Lieutenant, 20 mos. as Captain ; also, 1st Lieutenant, same regt. ;
list of orticcrs of tlie Continental Army; commissioned April 1, 1777; also,
1st Lieutenant, Capt. Samuel Foster's co., Col. Greaton's (2d) regt. ; muster
roll for Dec, 1777, dated Albany; appointed Jan. 1, 1777; also, Lieutenant, in
command of 3d co.. Col. Greaton's regt. ; muster roll dated Wliite Pliiins,
July 20, 1778; also, (late) Capt. Foster's (3d) co. commanded by said Tris-



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