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David Bradlee's (9th) co.. Col. Crafts's regt. : service from time of engagement
to Aug. 1, 1777, 84 days; roll sworn to in Suffolk Co. [see John Warner] ; also,
same regt.; list of field, staff, and commissioned officers dated Nov. 7, 1778;



590 MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIERS AND SAILORS

"Warner, Jonathan, continued.

also, petition dated Boston, Feb. 26, 1779, signed by said Warner, Captain Lieu-
tenant, and other ofiicers of Col. Crafts's regt., asking that their resignations
be accepted as the Legishiture had failed to redress their grievances ; resig-
nations accepted in Council Feb. 2G, 1770; also, Captain, Col. Revere's (Artil-
lery) regt. ; Continental Army pay accounts for .service from May 8, 1777, to
Dec. 31, 1779; reported as serving 21 mos. 18daysas Captain Lieutenant, lOmos.
4 days as Captain; also, Captain, 3d co., Lieut. Col. Paul Revere's (Artillery)
regt.; pay abstract for wages due said Warner and his company to March 1,
1779, 2 mos., dated Castle Island; also. Captain, Lieut. Col. Revere's corps of
artillery ; list of officers ; commissioned March 23, 1779 ; also, Captain ; returns
for provisions delivered the State train of artillery commanded by Lieut. Col.
Paul Revere between April 17, 1779, and July 10, 1779, dated Castle Island ;
also, receipt for boats, given to Nehemiah Ingersol, dated Castle Island, July
15, 1779, signed by said Warner, Captain of Artillery ; also, return of powder,
etc., in magazine at Castle Island, made by said Warner, Captain of Artillery,
dated Castle Island, July 20, 1779; also, Captain, 3d co., [Lieut.] Col. Revere's
regt. ; i)ay abstracts for wages due said Warner and his company for March-Dec,
1779, 10 mos. ; also, return for provisions for said Warner, Captain of Artillery,
from Dec. 1, 1779, to Jan. 13, 1780, dated Castle Island ; credited with 88 rations ;
also, return of officers of Col. Crafts's regt. who had requested J. Whipple to
receive the clothing due them imder resolves of April 30, 1778, and Oct. 16,
1778, dated Boston, Feb. 11, 1780; also, Captain, 3d co., [Lieut.] Col. Paul
Revere's corps of artillery ; pay roll made up for service from Jan. 1, 1780, to
]May 8, 1780.

Warner, Jonathan, Hardwick. Colonel, Worcester Co. regt. of Minute-men; ser-
vice from April 19, 1775, to May 18, 1775 ; also. Colonel, 4th Worcester Co. regt. ;
list of field officers of regiments of Worcester Co. militia proposed by Legislature
Jan. 12, 1776; regiment rai.sed in Brookfield, Western, New Braintree, Hard-
wick, and Oakham ; also. Colonel, 4th Worcester Co. regt. of Mass. militia ; list
of field officers ; commissioned Feb. 7, 1776 ; also, official record of a ballot by the
House of Representatives, dated Feb. 12, 1776 : said Warner chosen Brigadier
for Worcester Co. in room of Brigadier John Whitcomb who declined to accept
the appointment ; appointment concurred in by Council Feb. 13, 1776 ; reported
commissioned Feb. 13, 1776 ; also, list dated Hardwick, June 24, 1776, returned
by said Warner, Brigadier, of officers chosen to command two companies of
matrosses which had been formed by said Warner in his brigade ; also, li.st of
officers chosen to command three companies drafted from said Warner's bri-
gade, as returned by him to Maj. Gen. Warren July 27, 1776, the companies
to serve at and about Boston ; also, order dated Worcester, Aug. 13, 1776,
signed by said Warner, directing Ensign David McClalland to march to
Waltham to join his company; also, communication dated Worcester, Sept.
19, 1776, addres.sed to Maj. Gen. James Warren, at Boston, signed by said
Warner, stating that he had caused to be drafted 9;)9 men and had fonned
them into two regiments under the command of Col. Denny and Col. Convass
(Converse) with orders to march to Hor.se Neck within five days from date of
the communication; also, letter from said Warner, Brigadier, to Gen. James
Warren, dated Hardwick, Dec. 20, 1776, enclosing a return showing the names
and rank of officers together with the number of men who had been enlisted or
drafted out of th(! rpfrimfints in his brigade ; a/so. Council order dated Aug. 8,
1777, requiring said Warner, Brigadier, to disband the soldiers rai.sed for the
expedition to St. John's river, whereof lie had been appointed commander, to
return the provisions, arms, etc., delivered for use on said expedition to the
Commissary General, anil to return to the State Treasurer such part of the
money received for bounties as remained unex]>ende(l ; also, receipt given to
Capt. Andrew Haskell, dated Fishkill, June 25, 1778, signed by said Warner,



m THE WAR OF THE REVOLUTION. 591

Warxer, Jonatil^x, continued.

Commissioner, for 79 men raised in "Worcester Co. to serve in tlie Continental
Army for the term of 9 months from the time of their arrival at Fishkill ; also,
list of men raised in Cumberland Co. to serve in tlie Continental Army for
tlie term of 9 months from the time of their an-ival at Fishkill, agreeable to
resolve of April 20, 1778, returned as received of Maj. James Johnson, Super-
intendent for said county, by said Wanier, Commissioner, at Fishkill, June 25,
1778; also, list of men raised in Cumberland, Lincoln, and York coimties, to
serve in the Continental Army for the term of 9 months from the time of their
arrival at Fishkill, agreeable to resolve of April 20, 1778, returned as received
of said Warner, Commissioner, by Col. R. Putnam, July 20, 1778.

Warner, Jonathan, Williamsburg. Private, Capt. Abel Thayer's co. of militia,
which marched April 21, 1775, in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775; ser-
vice, 15^ days.

Warner, Jonathan. Private, Capt. William Tucker's co., Col. Jacob Gerrish's
regt. ; enlisted July 20, 1778 ; discharged Jan. 1, 1779 ; service, 5 mos. 13 days.

Warner, Jonathan. Private, Capt. Adam Henry's co. of guards; enlisted Jan.
1, 1779; discharged March 31, 1779; service, 3 mos. 1 day; company detached
from militia to guard troops of convention at Rutland for 3 months from Jan.
1, 1779.

Warner, Jonathan. 2d Lieutenant, Capt. Samuel Fairfield's 13th (Williamsburg)
CO., 2d Hampshire Co. regt. of Mass. militia; list of officers chosen by the
several companies in said regiment, as returned by Seth Pomeroy and others,
field officers, dated Northampton, March 22, 1776 ; ordered in Council Ajiril 8,
1776, that said officers be commissioned; reported commissioned April 5[?],
1776 ; also, Lieutenant, Capt. Fairfield's co.. Col. May's regt. ; company served
from July 9 to Aug. 12 [year not given, probably 1777], 1 mo. 9 days, with
Northern army ; roll sworn to in Hampshire Co. ; also, Lieutenant, Capt. Rus-
sell Kellogg's CO., Col. Ruggles Woodbridge's regt.; engaged Aug. 17, 1777;
discharged Aug. 19, 1777 ; service, 5 days, on an alann at Bennington, including
travel (35 miles) home ; roll sworn to in Hampshire Co. ; also. Lieutenant,
Lieut. Russell Kellogg's co.. Col. Ezra May's regt.; engaged Sept. 20, 1777;
discharged Oct. 14, 1777 ; service, 30 days, on expedition to Stillwater and Sara-
toga, including travel (111 miles) home ; roll sworn to in Hampshire Co. ; also,
2d Lieutenant, Capt. Samuel Fairfield's co.. Col. Israel Chapin's (2d Hamp-
shire Co.) regt. of Mass. militia ; list of officers ; commissioned July 6, 1778 ;
also, 1st Lieutenant, Col. Chapin's (2d Hampshire Co.) regt. of Mass. militia;
list of officers : commissioned Sept. 24, 1779 ; also, 1st Lieutenant, Capt. Samuel
Fairfield's (12th) co., 2d Hampshire Co. regt. of Mass. militia; list of officers
[year not given].

Warner, Jonathan. List of 9 months men mustered by Thomas Newhall, Muster
Master for Worcester Co. ; Capt. Page's co.. Col. Rice's regt. ; engaged for town
of Hardwick ; mustered July 7, 1779; also. Private, Capt. E. Cumpston's co. ;
return taken from Lieut. James Davis's book [year not given] ; reported dis-
charged Feb. 10, 1780; also, receipt dated Hardwick, May 28, 1781, for boiuities
paid said Warner and others by the town of Hardwick, or the several classes
in said town, to serve in the Continental Army for the term of 3 years; also,
descriptive list of men raised in Worcester Co., agreeable to resolve of Dec. 2,
1780, as returned by Seth Washburn, Superintendent; Capt. Page's co.. Col.
Rice's regt.; age, 17 yrs. ; stature. 5 ft. 6 in.; complexion, dark : occiipation,
farmer; engaged for town of Hardwick: engaged March 24, 1781: term, 3
years; also, Private, Col. Benjamin Tupper's (10th) regt. ; service from iMarch
24, 1781, 21 mos. 8 days; also. Capt. Mattliew Chambers's co., Lieut. Col. Cal-
vin Smith's (6th) regt.; return for wages for the year 1782; said Warner
allowed wages for Dec, 1782, 1 mo.



592 MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIERS AND SAILORS

"Warner, Joseph (also given Joseph, Jr.) , No. 5. Lieutenant, in command of a
company of Minute-men, which marched April 21, 1775, in response to the
alarm of April 19, 1775 ; service to April li7, 1775, 7 days ; reported enlisted into
the army April 27, 1775 ; also, Lieutenant, Capt. Abel Thare's co. ; list of offi-
cers, dated Koxburj' Camp, May 23, 1775; also, Lieutenant, Capt. Thayre's co..
Col. John Fellows's regt. ; list of officers, dated Iloxbury Camp, May 31, 1775;
ordered in Provincial Congress, at Watortown, June 7, 1775, that commissions
be delivered said officers ; a receijit for the commissions is dated Camp at Rox-
bury, June 10, 1775, and signed by Col. Fellows ; also, Lieutenant, Capt. Abel
Thayer's co., Col. Fellows's (8th) regt.; muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775; en-
gaged April 28, 1775; service, 3 mos. 11 days; also, company return dated
Dorchester, Oct. -, 1775; also. Captain, 15th (No. 5) co., 2d Hampshire Co.
regt. of Alass. militia; list of officers chosen by the several companies in said
regiment, as returned by Seth Pomeroy and others, field olficers, dated North-
ampton, March 22, 1776; ordered in Council Ai)ril 8, 177(!, that said officers be
commissioned; reported commissioned April 5 [?], 1776; also, Captain, Col.
Benjamin Ruggles Woodbridge's regt. ; engaged Aug. 16, 1777 ; discharged
Nov. 29, 1777; service, 3 mos. 22 days, on expedition to Northern department,
including travel (180 miles) home; also, same regt.; pay abstract of officers
for rations, dated Camp at Scarsdale, Dec. 7, 1777; rations allowed said
"Warner from Aug. 17, 1777, to Dec. 7, 1777; credited with 226 rations; also,
Col. Woodbridgo's (Hampshire Co.) regt. ; pay abstract for mileage home,
endorsed " Service in the Northern Department; " warrant allowed in Council
July 9, 1778.

"Warner, Joseph, Pepperell. Private, Lieut. Isaac "Woods's detachment, which
marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775, to head(iuarters at Cambridge ; ser-
vice, 5 days.

"Warner, Joseph, Pepperell. 2d Lieutenant, Capt. Samuel Wright's 11th (2d Pep-
perell) CO., 6th Middlesex Co. regt. of Mass. militia; list of officers chosen by
the several companies in said regiment, as returned by Jonathan Reed and
others, field officers; ordered in Council April 24, 1776, that said officers be
commissioned ; reported commissioned April 24, 1776 ; also, 1st Lieutenant,
Capt. Thomas Warren's (7th) co., Col. Eleazer Brooks's regt. ; list of officers
of a regiment drafted from Middlesex Co. militia and ordered to march to
Horse Neck by I5rig. Oliver Prescott Sept. 26, 1776; name of said "Warner
appears above that of James Lawrance, crossed out ; also. Lieutenant, Capt.
"Warren's co.. Col. Brooks's regt. ; company return dated Oct. 31, 1776, and
endorsed " "White Plains; " said "Warner reported as present and fit for duty;
also reported as having lost articles in battle; also, 2d Lieutenant, same co.
and regt.; engaged Sept. 27, 1776; discharged Nov. 9, 1776; service, 54 days,
including 11 days (220 miles) travel home ; order for payment of amount of
roll dated at North Castle and signed by Col. Brooks.

"Warner, Joseph. Return of company officers of Col. Dike's regt. showing num-
ber of men present under them and also those not joined, dated Dorchester,
Sept. 21, 1776 ; said "Warner, with others, raised for Capt. John Minott's co.,
but reported as not having joined.

"Warner, Joseph. Private, Capt. Simeon Clap's co., in a regiment commanded by
Col. David "Wells; enlisted May 10, 1777; discharged July 10, 1777; service,
2 mos. 9 days, including travel home ; company marched on a 2 months expe-
dition to Ticonderoga. Roll swom to in Hampshire Co.

Warner, Joseph. Capt. Oliver Lyman's co. ; service, 7 days; company probably
made up from three [ ? ] companies and marched from Northampton to East
Hoosuck on the alarm of Aug. 17, 1777.



IX THE \VAR OF THE REVOLUTIOX. 593

"Wakner, Joshua, Greenfield. Return of men drafted from Hampshire Co. militia
to march to Horse Neck under command of Col. John Mosley [year not given],
but who failed to join regiment; reported drafted from, town of Greenfield;
drafted uito Capt. Murry's co.

"Warner, Josiah, Machias. List of men raised to serve in the Continental Army
from 2d Plymouth Co. regt., returned agreeable to order of Council of Nov. 7,
1777; residence, JNIachias; engaged for town of Scituate; joined Capt. Allen's
CO., Col. Alden's regt. ; term, 3 years.

"Warner, Josiah. Sergeant, in a company commanded by Lieut. Noah Dickinson,
Col. Elisha Porter's (Hampshire Co.) regt. ; engaged Aug. 18, 1777 ; discharged
Aug. 21, 1777 ; service, 4 days ; company marched to New Providence on an
alarm ; also, same co. and regt. ; return for equipments, dated Nov. 9, 1778 ;
also, list of men appearing on a credit bill of Capt. Reuben Dickinson's co.
[year not given] ; said "Warner credited with 5 mos. 2 weeks service.

"Warner, Levi, Lancaster. Private ; order on Paymaster General, payable to Joseph
Shurtleff, Quarter Master, endorsed " Hull July 15. 177G," signed by said War-
ner, Private, and others belonging to Capt. Andrew Ha-skell's co.. Col. T. Mar-
shall's regt., for advance pay for 1 month, travel allowance, etc. ; also, Capt.
Andrew Haskell's co., Col. Thomas Marshall's regt. ; entered service June 8,
1776; service to Dec. 1, 1776, 5 mos. 25 days.

"Warner, Levi, Leominster. Private, Capt. John Joslin's co. of Minute-men, Col.
John "Whetcomb's regt., which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775, to
Cambridge ; service, 7 days ; reported enlisted into the army ; also. Corporal,
Capt. David "Wilder's co., Col. Asa "Whetcomb's (23d) regt. ; muster roll dated
Aug. 1, 1775; enlisted April 26, 1775; service, 3 mos. 13 days; also, company
return [probably Oct., 1775] ; also. Sergeant, Lieut. Samuel Stickney's co., Col.
Abijah Stearns's (Worcester Co.) regt. ; marched Oct. 9, 1777 ; service, 17 days ;
company marched to Saratoga under command of Maj. Ebenezer Bridge to
assist army under Gen. Gates ; also, 2d Lieutenant, Capt. Timothy Boutwell's
(1st Leominster) co.. Col. Rand's (8th "Worcester Co.) regt. of Mass. militia; list
of officers ; commissioned July 6, 1780.

"Warner, Levi, Sandisfield. Receipt dated Sandisfield, Jime 4, 1781, for bounty paid
said "Warner by a class of the town of Sandisfield to serve in the Continental
Army for the term of 3 years ; also, receipt given to the Selectmen, dated Sandis-
field, June 4, 1781, signed by said "Warner and others raised to serve in the Con-
tinental Army, agreeable to resolve of Dec. 2, 1780, for mileage from Sandisfield
to Springfield ; also, descriptive list dated Lenox, Aug. 20, 1781, of men raised
in Berk.shire Co., agreeable to resolve of Dec. 2, 1780, and delivered to William
"S\"alker, Superintendent for said county ; Capt. Robins's co., Col. Ashley's regt. ;
age, 15 yrs. ; stature, 5 ft. 4 in.; complexion, light; hair, dark; occupation,
laborer ; residence, Sandisfield ; engaged for town of Sandisfield ; term, 3 years ;
reported receipted for by Capt. Smith.

"Warner, Levi. List of 9 months men mustered by Thomas Newhall, Miuster Master
for Worcester Co. ; Capt. Rugg's co.. Col. Whitney's regt. ; engaged for town
of Lancaster ; mu.stered July 8, 1779 ; also, descriptive list of men raised for Con-
tinental service, as returned by Seth Washburn, Superintendent for Worcester
Co. ; Capt. Sawyer's co.. Col. Whitney's regt. ; age, 18 yrs. ; stature, 5 ft. 7 in. ;
complexion, light ; engaged for town of Lancaster : marched July 14, 1779 ;
reported delivered to Capt. C. Marshall; also, Capt. King's co., 10th Mass.
regt. ; entered service July 10, 1779 ; discharged April 10, 1780 ; term, 9 months.

Warner, Levi. List of men who enlisted to serve for the term of 3 months for the
town of Sandisfield in 1780, certified as taken from Col. Ashley's returns ; age,
16 yrs. ; complexion, dark ; also, Private, Capt. Samuel Warner's co., Col.



594 MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIERS AND S.ULORS

"Warxkr, Levi, continued.

John Brown's regt. ; entered service July 18, 1780; discharged Oct. 23, 1780;
service, 3 mos. 13 days, travel (130 miles) included; coinijany raised in Berk-
shire Co. ; regiment raised for 3 months.

"Wabner, Mark. Private, Capt. Ebenezer Strong's co., Col. Sears's regt. ; enlisted
Aug. 10, 1781; marched to Albany Aug. 17, 1781; discharged Nov. 20, 1781;
service, 3 mos. 10 days, at Saratoga ; company raised in Hampshire Co.

"Warner, Moses, Hatfield. Private, Capt. Perez Graves's co., which marched April
21, 1775, in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775, to Ware; service, 2 days;
reported returned home.

"Wabner, Moses. Private, Capt. Salmon "White's co., Col. Woodbridge's regt.;
enlisted Aug. 17, 1777 ; discharged Aug. 19, 1777 ; service, 4 days, in Northern
dei)artment, including travel (40 miles) home ; company marched at request
of Gen. Gates.

"Warner, Moses. Private, Capt. William Ward's (Plantation No. 5) co., (late)
Col. Ezra May's regt. ; enlisted Aug. 17, 1777 ; discliarged Aug. 22, 1777 ; ser-
vice, 5 days ; company marched to Bennington on an alarm.

Warner, Moses. Private, Capt. Christopher Banister's co.. Col. Ezra May's regt. ;
enlisted Sept. 20, 1777 ; discharged Oct. 14, 1777 ; service, 29 days, on expedi-
tion to Stillwater and Saratoga, including travel (100 miles) home.

"Wakner, Moses. Private, Capt. Benjamin Bonney's co.. Col Elisha Porter's
(Hampshire Co.) regt.; enlisted July 21, 1779; discharged Avig. 27, 1779; ser-
vice, 42 days, at New London, Conn., including 5 days (107) miles travel
home. KoU dated Chesterfield.

"Warner, Nath. Accoimt showing sums of money to be paid from the public treas-
ury to sundry persons for losses sustained at battles of Lexington and Bunker
Hill ; amounts allowed in Council June 13, 1776.

"Warner, Nathan. Private, Capt. Nehemiah May's co.. Col. David Leonard's
regt.; entered service May 6, 1777; discharged July 8, 1777; service, 72 days,
at Ticonderoga, includmg travel (200 miles) home; company raised for 2
months. Roll dated South Brimfield.

"Warner, Natilvn. Private, Capt. Zebulon Norten's co., Maj. Caleb Hyde's detach-
ment of Berkshire Co. militia; entered service July 11, 1777; discharged July
27, 1777; service, 16 days, at the Northward; roll dated Equivalent; also,
Corporal, Capt. Norten's co., Col. John Ashley's (Berkshire Co.) regt. ; entered
service July 27, 1777 ; service at the Nortliward ; reported deserted ; roll dated
Equivalent.

"Warner, Nathan. Private, Capt. John Carpenter's co. of guards ; engaged March
18, 1779 ; discharged June 18, 1779 ; service, 3 mos. ; company detached to serve
for 3 months from time of joining and stationed at Springfield.

"Warner, Nathan. Corporal, Capt. Joseph Raymond's co.. Col. Israel Chapin's
regt.; enlisted Oct. 23, 1779; discharged Nov. 21, 1779; service, 1 mo. 3 days,
at Claverack, including 3 days (60 miles) travel home; regiment raised to rein-
force Continental Army for 3 months.

Warner, Nathaniel (also given Nathan), Boston. Capt. John Wentworth'sco.,
Col. Aaron "Willard's regt. ; pay abstract for travel allowance, etc., from home
to Bennington, dated Boston, Jan. 6, 1777; 182 miles travel allowed said
Warner; also, same co. and regt.; pay abstract for travel allowance, etc.,
liome from place of discharge. Fort Edward, dated Boston, Jan. 15, 1777; 270
miles travel allowed said Warner; also. Private, Capt. Job Sumner's co.. Col.



IX THE WAR OF TIIE HE VOLUTION. 595

Wakner, Natiianikl (also giveu Nathan), continued.

Johu Graton's (2d) regt. ; Continental Army pay accounts for service from
Jan. 20, 1777, to Dec. 31, 1779; also, same co. and regt.; return [year not
given]; residence, Boston; enli.sted for town of Boston; mustered by County
Muster Master Barber; also, Capt. Pritchard's co., Col. Greatou's regt. ; Con-
tinental Army pay accomits for service from Jan. 1, 1780, to Dec. 31, 1780;
reported as serving 8 mos. as Private, 4 mos. as Sergeant; also, descriptive list
dated West Point, Jan, 25, 1781 ; Col. John Greatou's (3d) regt. ; age, 48 yrs. ;
stature, 5 ft. 8 in.; complexion, dark; hair, gray; eyes, brown; residence,
Boston; enlisted Jan. 14, 1777, by Lieut. Richards; enlistment, during war;
also, Private, Capt. E. Cumpston's co. ; return taken from Lieut. James
Davis's book [year not given] ; also, 4th co., 3d Mass. regt. ; return taken
from Lieut. James Davis's book, year not given. [See Nat. Warren.]

Warner, Nathaniel, Gloucester. Petition addressed to the Committee of Safety,

dated Cambridge, May 27, 1775, signed by said Warner and others, Captains,
stating that they had chosen Capt. Moses Little as Colonel and Maj. Isaac
Smith as Lieutenant Colonel, and asking that said officers be recommended
for commissions; also, Captain of a company stationed at Cambridge; return
of the several companies belonging to Col. Moses Little's regt., dated June 15,
1775; also. Captain, Col. Little's regt. ; return of officers, dated June 2(5, 1775;
said officers recommended for commissions in Committee of Safety June 26,
1775; ordered in Provincial Congress June 27, 1775, that commissions be
delivered said officers; also, Captain, Col. Moses Little's (17th) regt.; muster
roll dated Aug. 1, 1775 ; engaged May 2, 1775 ; service, 3 mos. 7 days ; also,
company return [probably Oct., 1775] ; age, 31 yrs. ; also. Captain, account
dated Gloucester, Jan. 16, 1776, signed by the Selectmen, of money and stores
supplied said Warner's co. and other companies by the town of Gloucester for
their march to headquarters; also, official record of a ballot by the House of
Representatives, dated April 25, 1777 ; said Warner chosen Captain of a com-
pany of matrosses to be stationed at Gloucester; appointment concurred in
by Council April 26, 1777; reported commissioned April 25 [?], 1777; also.
Captain of a seacoast co. stationed at Gloucester ; list of officers of Essex Co.
militia ; commissioned March 24, 1778 ; also, recommendation addressed to the
Council, dated Boston, Jan. 29, 1779, signed by Michael Farley, recommending
said Warner, gentleman, of Gloucester, as well qualified to take command of
the seacoast men ordered to be enlisted to serve at said town ; ordered in Coun-
cil Jan. 29, 1779, that said Warner be appointed to command the seacoast men
stationed at Gloucester.

Warner, Nathaniel, Newburyport. Private, Capt. Moses Nowell's co., which
marched on tlie alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 4 days; also, Capt. Ezra
Lunt's CO., Col. ]Moses Little's (17th) regt.; muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775;
enlisted May 2, 1775; service, 13 weeks; also, company return [probably Oct.,
1775] ; age, 19 yrs. ; also, order for money in lieu of bounty coat dated Dec. 11,
1775.

Warner, Nathaniel. Private, Capt. Daniel Warner's (1st) co. ; enlisted Jan. 13,
1776; service to Dec. 31, 1776, 11 mos. 19 days; company stationed at Glouces-
ter for defence of seacoast.

Warner, Nathaniel. Private, Capt. James Shaw's co. ; entered service Sept. 24,
1777 ; discharged Oct. 18, 1777 ; service, 32 days, with Northern army, travel
(140 miles) included ; company detached from Col. Charles PjTichion's regt.
and ordered to join army under Gen. Gates to serve for .30 days, unless sooner
discharged.

Warner, Nathaniel. List of prisoners sent from Newport, R. I., in the prison-
ship "Lord Sandwich " and landed at Bristol March 7, 1778.



596 :\L\SSACIIUSETTS SOLDIERS AND SAILORS

"Wakner, Nathaniel. Seaman, brigantine " Massachusetts," commandeil by Capt.
John Foster Williams; engaged Jan. 20, 1777; discharged Feb. 17, 1777; ser-
vice, 28 dajs; also, Seaman, brigantine " Tyrannicide," commanded by Capt.
John Cathcart; engaged May 15, 17711; discharged June 23, 1779; service,
1 mo. 8 days; roll sworn to in Suffolk Co.

Warner, Noadl\h, Hadley. Adjutant, Col. Elisha Porter's (Hampshire Co.)
regt., which marched in response to the alarm of Ajtril 19, 1775 ; marched April
20, 1775 ; discharged May 11, 1775 ; service, 3 weeks 1 day ; also, orders of the
day, dated Cambridge, May 21, May 27, and Jime 5, 1775; said Wanier



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