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officers to be commissioned; ordered in Cormcil Sept. 7, 1776, that said officers
be commissioned ; regiment raised for defence of Boston ; also, Cai)tain, same
regt. ; returns of officers for rations between July 10, 1776, and Oct. 5, 1776 ;
receipts for said rations dated at Hull ; also, same regt. ; returns of officers for
rations between Oct. 9, 1776, and Oct. 30, 1776, dated Hull ; also, same regt. ;
service from April 11, 1776, 4 days preceding march, to Nov. 1, 1776 ; also, same
regt. ; returns of officers for rations between Nov. 2, and Nov. 27, 177(), dated
Hull; also, same regt. ; pay roll for Nov., 1776, attested at Boston; also. Cap-
tain, Col. Thomas Marshall's regt. ; Continental Army pay accounts for service
from Jan. 1, 1777, to ISIarch 18, 1780 ; reported resigned March 18, 1780 ; also,
Captain, Col. Marshall's regt.; list of officers in the Contuiental Army; re-
ported commissioned Jan. 30, 1777; also, communication addressed to the
Council, endorsed " March 27th 1777," signed by Col. Thomas Marshall, .stating
that said Warner, Captain, and other officers in his regiment, had not received
their warrants, and asking that they might be issued as the men were ready to
march; also, order on the Board of War, for clothing, dated Camp White
Plains, Sejjt. 8, 1778, signed by said Warner and Ensign Daniel Brown, payable
to Capt. Philip Thomas; also. Col. Marshall's (lOtli) regt.; return of officers
for clothing, dated Boston, Jan. 20, 1779; also. Captain, 6th co.. Col. ISIarshall's
regt. ; muster rolls of field, staff, and commissioned officers for Jan. and March,
1779, dated West Point ; appointed Nov. (>, 1776 ; also, same regt. ; muster roll
for April, 1779, dated West Point; also, same regt. ; return of officers present,
dated We.st Point, Aug. 21, 1779; also. Captain, 10th Mass. regt. ; list of settle-
ments of rank of Continental officers, dated West Point, made by a Board held
for the purpose and confirmed by Congre-ss Sept. 6, 1779 ; commissioned May
8, 1776.

Warner, William (also given William, Jr.), Leominster (also given Winchen-
don). Private, Capt. William Warner's co.. Col. Josiah Whitney's regt.;
return for advance pay, mileage to camp, etc., dated Camp at Hull, June 18,



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"Warner, William (also given "William, Jr.), continued.

1776; mileage for 52 miles allowed said Warner; also, same co. and regt. ; ser-
vice from JNIay 17, 177G, 4 days preceding march, to Nov. 1, 1776 ; also, same co.
and regt. ; pay roll for Nov., 1776, attested at Boston.

"Warner, "SYilliam. Private, Capt. Stephen Perkins's co., Col. Cogswell's regt. ;
enlisted Sept. 22, 1776; discharged Nov. 16,1776; service, 2 mos. 7 days, in-
cluding 12 days (250 miles) travel home. Roll dated North Castle.

"Warner, "William. Lieutenant, brigantine " Fanny " (privateer); petition dated
Boston, May 26, 1777, signed by Adam Babcock and Archibald Blair, in behalf
of themselves and others, owners of the brigantine " Fanny " (privateer) , lying
at Dartmouth, fitted out for a 6 months cruise, asking that John Kendrick be
commissioned as commander of said vessel ; ordered in Council May 26, 1777,
that a commission be issued.

"Warner, "William. Capt. Thomas "Whipple's co.. Col. Abijah Stearns's regt. ; en-
tered service ISIarch 30, 1778 ; service to July 2, 1778, 3 mos. 3 days, guarding
troops of convention. Roll sworn to in "Worcester Co.

Warner, William. Boy, brigantine " Tjrannicide," commanded by Capt. Allen
Hallet; roll made up for advance i)ay for 1 month, dated Boston; also, same
vessel and commander ; engaged Feb. 15, 1779 ; discharged April 30, 1779 ; ser-
vice, 2 mos. 16 days; also. Boy, brigantine "Tyrannicide," commanded by
Capt. John Cathcart ; engaged May 12, 1779 ; discharged June 23, 1779 ; ser-
vice, 1 mo. 11 days; roll sworn to in Suffolk Co.; also, Seaman, brigantine
"Active," commanded by Capt. Allen Hallet; engaged June 30, 1779; dis-
charged Aug. 31, 1779 ; service, 2 mos. 2 days ; roll swoni to in Suffolk Co.

Warner, William. Private, Capt. Charles Dibble's co., 3d Berkshire Co. regt. ;
entered service Oct. 14, 1780; discharged Oct. 17, 1780; service, 3 days, on the
alarm at the Northward of Oct. 14, 1780; roll endorsed " Col Rosseter Reg; "
also, same CO. and regt. ; entered service Oct. 18, 1780; discharged Oct. 21, 1780;
service, 4 days, on the alarm at the Northward of Oct. 18, 1780; roll endorsed
" Colo Rosseter Reg't."

Warner, William (also given William, Jr.) . Pay roll for 6 months men raised
" by the town of Ipswich for service in the Continental Army during 1780;
marched Juno 22, 1780 ; discharged Dec. 11, 1780 ; service, 6 mos. 1 day, includ-
ing travel (240 miles) home. [See William Wanmer and William Warren.]

Warner, Zachariah, Springfield. List of men raised to serve in the Continental
Army from 1st, 2d, 3d, and 8tli cos., 1st Hampshire Co. regt., as returned by
Capt. Walter Pynchon and Capt. David Burt ; residence, Si)ringfield ; engaged
for town of Springfield ; joined Capt. Charles Colton's co.. Col. Greaton's regt. ;
term to expire Jan.-, 1780; reported as belonging to 2d co. ; also. Private,
Capt. Charles Colton's co.. Col. John Greaton's (2d) regt.; Continental Anny
pay accoimts for service from Jan. 6, 1777, to Dec. 31, 1779; also, same co. and
regt. ; return [year not given] ; mustered by County Muster blaster Wood-
bridge; aZ.so, Lieut. Colonel's co.. Col. Greaton's regt. : Continental Army pay
accounts for service from Jan. 1, 1780, to Dec. 31, 1780; also, Lieut. Col. Wil-
liam Hull's CO., Col. Greaton's (3d) regt.; muster roll for Nov., 1780; also,
descriptive list dated West Point, Jan. 25, 1781; Col. John Greaton's (3d)
regt.; age, 40 yrs. ; stature, 5 ft. 7 in. ; complexion, dark; h.air, black; eyes,
gray; residence, Springfield; enlisted March 1, 1779, by Lieut. Col. Loring;
enlistment, during war.

Warner, Zebulon. Private, Capt. Mills's co.. Col. "Vose's regt. ; Continental Army
pay accounts for service from May 16, 1777, to May 16, 1780; also, Capt. Jere-
miah Miller's co.. Col. Joseph Vose's regt. ; muster roll for Dec, 1777, sworn



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Warner, Zebulon, continued.

to at Camp near Valley Forge; enlisted May 16, 1777; enlistment, 3 years;
also, same co. and regt. ; pay rolls for Nov. and Dec, 1778, and Jan., 1779,
sworn to in Quarters at Providence ; also, same co. and regt. ; pay roll for
Feb., 1779; also, same co. and regt.; muster roll for March and April, 1779,
dated Providence.

Warnner, Eleazer, Granby. Certiticate dated Feb. 6, 1776, signed by Jo.sepli
Hendrick, certifying tliat Charles Cliapen, of South Hadley, was 1st Lieuten-
ant, and said Waniner, of Granby, 2d Lieutenant, in Capt. James Hendrick's
(Amherst) co.. Col. John Patirson's regt.; certificate endorsed "Officers of
the Reinforcements imder Colo Patterson; " ordered in Coimcil Feb. 6, 1776,
that said officers be commissioned.

"Warnner, "William, Ipswich. 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. [See "William Warner and William Warren.]

Warr, Nicholas. Seaman, State ship " Tartar," commanded by Capt. John Cath-
cart ; engaged July 28, 1782 ; discharged Nov. 21, 1782 ; service, 3 mos. 24 days.
Roll sworn to at Boston.

Warran, Aaron. Surgeon's !Mate, State brig "Hazard," commanded by Capt.
John F. Williams; engaged Dec. 20, 1778; discharged April 20, 1779; service,

4 mos. Roll dated Boston.

Warran, Adriel. Private, Capt. John Brackett's co.. Col. Edmund Phiney's
regt. ; billeting allowed from date of enlistment, May 10, 1775, to date of
marching from Falmouth to headquarters, July 3, 1775; credited with 7 weeks

5 days allowance.

Warran, Ephraim, Towu.send. Corporal, Capt. William Hudson Ballard's Co.,
Col. Brooks's regt. ; Continental Army pay accounts for service from April 8,
1777, to Dec. 31, 1779; residence, Townsend; credited to town of Townsend;
also, Capt. Ballard's co., 6th Mass. regt. formerly commanded by Col. Ichabod
Alden; muster roll for March and April, 1779, dated Cherry Valley; enlist-
ment, 3 years; also, 1st co., Lieut. Col. John Brooks's (7th) regt.; return
made up to Dec. 31, 1779; enlisted April 8, 1777; enlistment, 3 j^ears; also,
Capt. Ballard's co., Col. Ichabod Alden's regt. ; return dated Albany, Jan. 12,
1778; mustered by Col. J. Barrett, Muster Master for Middlesex Co., and by
a Continental Muster Master; reported on furlough.

Warran, Hinchman. Sergeant, Capt. Isaac Wood's co.. Col. Jonathan Read's
regt. of guards; muster rolls dated Cambridge, May 9, and June -, 1778;
appointed March 31, 1778; also, same co. and regt. ; joined April 1, 1778; ser-
vice to July 4, 1778, 3 mos. 4 days, at Cambridge ; term, 3 months from April
1 (also given April 2) , 1778.

Warran, John. Private, Capt. John Brackett's co.. Col. Edmund Phiney's regt. ;
billeting allowed from date of enlistment, May 10, 1775, to date of marching
from Falmouth to headquarters, July 3, 1775 ; credited with 7 weeks 5 days
allowance.

Waruan, Philip, Bridgewater. Private, Capt. Abiel Peirce's co.. Col. Nicholas
Dike's regt. ; pay abstract for travel allowance to and from camp, etc., sworn
to Nov. 29, 1776; said Warran credited with 2 daj's allowance; mileage for 60
miles also allowed.

AVarran, William. Private, Cai)t. John Crawford 'sco.. Col. Joab (Job) Cushing's
regt. ; enlisted Sept. 7, 1777 ; discharged Nov. 29, 1777 ; service, 3 mos. 3 days,
including 10 days (200 miles) travel home. Roll sworn to in Worcester Co.



IN THE WAR OF THE REVOLUTION. GOo

Warre.v, . [Tliis name also appears under the form of "VTairen, Waren, "Warin,

"Waring, Warran, Warrin, Warring, ^yarron, Werrcn, Woran, Woren, "Worrau,
Worren, Worrin, Worring, Worron.]

AVarren, . Private, Capt. Cushing's co., 1st Mass. regt. ; return for liquor due

[year not given].

Warren, Aaron, Berwick. Descriptive list of men raised to reinforce the Conti-
nental Army at Fishkill, agreeable to resolve of April 20, 1778, returned as
received of Jolm Frost, Superintendent for York Co., by Capt. Samuel Leighton,
at Kittery, June 1, 1778, to be conducted to Fishkill and delivered to Brig.
Jonathan Warner; Capt. Grant's (6th) co., 2d York Co. regt.; age, 17 yrs. ;
stature, 5 ft. 6 in. ; complexion, brown ; residence, Berwick ; also, list of men
returned as received of Jonathan Warner, Commissioner, by Col. R. Putnam,
July 20, 1778 ; arrived at Fishkill June 4 (also given June 16) , 1778.

Warren, Aaron, Westborough. Private, Capt. George (also given Joseph) Baker's
CO. of militia, which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775 ; service, 13^ days.

Warren, Aaron. Surgeon's Mate, Col. Thomas Nixon's regt. ; pay abstracts for
rations between Sept. 1, 1777, and Jan. 1, 1778, certified at Albany; credited
with 63 days allowance ; also. Col. Nixon's (4th) regt. ; muster roll of field,
staii, and commissioned officers for Nov. and Dec, 1777, dated Albany;
appointed Sept. 10, 1777; reported discharged Jan. 1, 1778, by Dr. Annin.

Warren, Abijah, Sturbridge. Private, Capt. Benjamin Richardson's co.. Col.
Nicholas Dike's regt. ; pay abstract for mileage from home to Dorchester
Heights, dated Sept. 4, 1776; also, same co. and regt. ; pay abstract for travel
allowance, etc., from Dorchester Heights home, dated Nov. 28, 1776; said
Warren credited with allowance for 4 days (72 miles) travel; also, Private,
Capt. Samuel Baldwin's co., Col. Dike's regt. ; muster roll for Dec, 1776-Feb.,
1777; credited to town of Weston; regiment raised to serve until March 1,
1777 ; also, abstract for gun and blanket money for a number of men belonging
to Capt. Baldwin's co.. Col. Dike's regt., stationed at Boston in March, 1777;
said men reported as in service in Col. Dike's regt. from the time of its march-
ing to Roxbury in Aug., 1776.

Warren, Abijah, Weston. Private, Capt. Samuel Lamson's co. of militia, which
marched in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775 ; said Warren marched April
19, 1775 ; service, 3 days.

Warren, Abijah. Private, Capt. John Sawtell's co.. Col. James Prescott's regt.,
which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775, to Cambridge ; service, 4| days.

Warren, Abijah. Private, Capt. Lemuel May's co.. Col. Mcintosh's regt. ; joined
March 23, 1778 ; discharged April 5, 1778 ; service, 14 days, at Roxbury Lines.

Warren, Abijah. Private, Capt. Samuel Healy's co.. Col. John Jacobs's (Light
Infantry) regt. ; entered service Sept. 22, 1779; discharged Nov. 22 (also given
Nov. 21), 1779; service, 2 mos. 6 days, at Rhode Island, including travel (115
miles) to camp and home : mileage allowed to Providence (40 miles) and from
place of discharge home (75 miles) ; company raised forlJ months.

Warren, Abijah. Private, Capt. Sylvanus Smith's co., Col. Rufus Putnam's (5th)
regt. ; muster roll for Feb. and March, 1781, sworn to in Garrison at West Point ;
enlisted March 6, 1781; enlistment, 3 years; reported "IMustered from 6th of
March last; " also, muster rolls for April and May, 1781, dated West Point;
also, muster rolls for June and July, 1781, dated Camp near Dobbs's Ferry;
also, mu.ster roll for Aug., 1781, dated Camp Peekskill; also, muster rolls for
Sept., 1781-Feb., 1782, dated West Point; reported absent with leave in Sept.,
1781, on fatigue duty in Oct. and Nov., 1781, with Gen. Patterson in Feb., 1782;
a?so,'Capt. Smith's (1st) co., Col. Putnam's regt. ; muster rolls for April- July,



GOG :\IASSACIIUSETTS SOLDIERS AND SAILORS

Warren, Abijah, continued.

and Oct., 1782; also, Capt. Smith's co., 5th Mass. regt. commanded by Lieut.
Col. David Cobb; muster rolls for Jan. and Feb., 1783; balance of term of en-
listment unexpired, 1 year 6 daj-^s. [See Abiah Warring and Abijah Worren.]

Warren, Abner, Upton. Certificate dated Mendon, Nov. 21, 1780, signed by Capt.
B. Kead, certifying that said Warren, of Upton, had supplied himself with a
firelock, etc., on a 3 montlis term of service ; also, Private, Capt. Philip Anmii-
don's CO., Col. Dean's regt ; enlisted March 4, 1781 ; discharged March 18, 1781 ;
service, 14 days, at Rhode Island; also, Capt. Josepli Elliot's co.. Col. Wil-
liam Turner's regt. ; entered service July 22, 1781; discharged Xov. 2!¬ї, 1781;
service, 4 mos. 11 days, at Rhode Island ; roll dated Camp at Buttes Hill.

Warren, Abner. Return of train band and alarm list [j'ear not given]; said
AVarren appears among men belonging to train band.

Warren, Adriel, Falmouth, Cumberland Co. (also given Berwick). Private,
Capt. John Brackett's co. of Minute-men, which marched April 21, 1775, in
response to the alarm of April 19, 1775, to headquarters; service, 5 days; also,
Capt. Brackett's co., Col. Edmund Phumy's (31st) regt. ; company return
dated Sept. 29, 1775; enlisted May 10, 1775; also, Capt. James Johnson's co..
Col. Phinny's regt. ; order for money in lieu of bounty coat dated Cambridge,
Fort No. 2, Oct. 24, 1775 ; also, Corporal, Capt. Jonathan Sawyer's (late Capt.
Wentworth Stuart's) co.. Col. Edmund Phinney's regt. ; muster roll dated
Garrison at Fort George, Dec. 8, 1776 ; enlisted Jan. 1, 1776 ; reported promoted
to Sergeant April 17, 1776 ; also reported on command at Albany and as having
re-engaged Nov. 13, 1776; also, Lieutenant, Col. Sprout's regt.; Continental
Army pay accounts for service from Jan. 1, 1777, to Dec. 31, 1779; reported as
serving 30 mos. as Ensign, 6 mos. as Lieutenant ; promoted to Lieutenant July
1, 1779; also. Ensign; petition addressed to the Council, dated Boston, Feb.
24, 1777, signed by Capt. Silas Burbank, of Col. Samuel Brewer's regt., stat-
ing that he and his company of 60 men were under marching orders for Ticon-
deroga and asking commissions for himself and officers of his company ; ordered
in Council Feb. 24, 1777, that said officers be commissioned, with the excep-
tion of Lieut. William Frost, who was to be commissioned after the company
was completed; also. Ensign, 12th Mass. regt. commanded by JIaj. Tobias
Fernald ; return dated Boston, of officers who were in actual service and who
had not been absent subsequent to May -, 1777, except by leave of proper
authority ; also, list of officers taken prisoners by Lieut. Gen. Burgoyne to
be exchanged for British officers taken prisoners by Maj. Gen. Gates, dated
Albany, Oct. 24, 1777 ; said Warren, Ensign, to be exchanged for Robert-
son, Engineer; also, Ensign, Capt. Silas Burbank's co.. Col. Samuel Brewer's
regt.; return dated Camp near Valley Forge, Jan. 23, 1778; residence, Ber-
wick; also, communication addressed to the Board of War, at Boston, dated
West Point, Dec. 27, 1778, signed by Lieut. Col. Samuel Carlton, requesting
that the necessary articles to supply tliirty complete suits of clothing might be
delivered to Capt. Lieut. Abraham Williams, agreeable to resolve of Aug. -,
1778, for the use of said Warren, Ensign, and otliers, officers of (late) Col.
Brewer's regt. ; also, return dated Boston, Feb. 2, 1779, of officers of Col.
Carlton's (late Brewer's) regt., appearing on the reverse of an order for the
delivery of thirty complete suits of clothing for the use of said Warren and
others, officers of (late) Col. Brewer's regt.; also, Ensign, (late) Col. Brewer's
(12th) regt. commanded by Maj. Tobias Fernald ; return of officers for the
moiety of money due Julj^ 15, 1779; also. Lieutenant, Col. Ebenezer Sprout's
(12th) regt. ; Continental Army pay accounts for service from Jan. 1, 1780, to
Dec. 31, 1780; also, same regt. ; return of officers in actual service, certified at
Boston, July 13, 1780 ; also. Lieutenant ; return of officers belonging to (late)
12th Mass. regt. commanded by Lieut. Col. Ebenezer Sprout who were in



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Warkkx, -Vuuiel, continued.

actual service, dated Boston, Jan. 17, 1781; also, Lieutenant, Col. Joseph
Yose's (1st) regt. ; retui'n of effectives, dated Garrison West Point, Jan. 26,
1781; reported at the Jerseys, absent 4 days; also, Lieutenant, Capt. John
Pray's (5th) co., Col. Vose's regt. ; muster rolls of field, staff, and commis-
sioned officers for Jan., 1781, dated Garrison at West Point; appointed Jan. 9,
1778 ; also. Lieutenant Commandant, same co. and regt. ; muster roll for Feb.
and INIarch, 1781, dated West Point ; also. Lieutenant, same regt. ; return of
effectives, dated ^lay 25, 1781 ; reported on command at the Lines for i days ;
also, muster roll of field, staff, and commissioned officers for May, 1781, dated
West Point; also, returns of effectives, dated West Point, June 1, June 8, and
June 15, 1781 ; reported on duty at the Lines ; also, returns of effectives, dated
Camp Peekskill, June 22, and June 29, 1781 ; reported on duty at the Lines ;
also, muster roll of field, staff, and commissioned officers for July, 1781, dated
Camp near Dobbs's Ferry ; also, Lieutenant Commandant, same co. and regt. ;
muster rolls for June and July, 1781, dated Phillipsburgh ; also, Lieutenant,
same regt. ; return of effectives, dated Aug. 17, 1781 ; reported on fatigue duty ;
also, returns of effectives between Aug. 25, 1781, and Sept. 14, 1781, dated Camp
Peekskill ; reported on command with Col. Scammell ; also, returns of effect-
ives, dated Camj) Continental Village, Sept. 21, and Sept. 28, 1781 ; reported on
command with Col. Scammell; also, muster rolls of field, staff, and commis-
sioned officers for Aug. and Sept., 1781, dated Camj) Peekskill ; also, returns of
effectives, dated Camp Continental Village, Oct. 5, Oct. 12, and Oct. 19, 1781;
reported on command with Col. Scamell ; also, return of effectives, dated Camp
Continental Village, Oct. 26, 1781 ; reported on command with Col. Hamlinton ;
also, returns of effectives, dated Camp Continental Village, Nov. 2, and Nov.
9, 1781; also, return of effectives, dated Nov. 23, 1781; reported on command
with light infantry; also, return of effectives, dated Hutts 1st Brigade, Dec.
2, 1781 ; also, return of effectives, dated Hutts 1st Brigade, Dec. 7, 1781 ; re-
ported on command with light infantry ; also, return of effectives, dated Hutts
1st Brigade, Feb. 1, 1782; reported on duty at Fort Montgomery; also, Lieu-
tenant Commandant, same co. and regt. ; muster rolls for Jan. and Feb., 1782,
dated Huts 1st Mass. Brigade and sworn to at West Point; also, Lieuten-
ant, same regt.; return of effectives, dated Huts, ]May 4, 1782; reported on
duty at " N. Burugh; " also, return of effectives, dated Camp at West Point,
June 14, 1782 ; reported at the redoubts ; also, return of effectives, dated Camp
West Point, July 19, 1782 ; reported on duty in garrison ; also, return of
effectives, dated Camp West Point, Sept. 20, 1782; reported on duty at West
Point ; also, returns of effectives dated June 6, and June 13, 1783 ; also, returns
of effectives between July 11, 1783, and Aug. 22, 1783, dated Camp Phila-
delphia ; reported sick at West Point ; also, Lieutenant, Col. Vose's regt. ; list
of officers of 1st Mass. Brigade [year not given, probably 1782-3], showing dates
of commissions; commissioned April 1, 1779.

Warren, Alden, Berwick. 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 bounty coat or its equivalent
in money dated Cambridge, Nov. 6, 1775.

Warren, Amos. Private, Capt. William Adams's co.. Col. Thatcher's regt.; ser-
vice, 5 days ; company marched at request of Gen. Washington at the time of
taking Dorchester Heights March 4, 1776.

Warken, Amos. Private, Capt. John Walton's co. ; joined Sept. 4, 1778 ; dis-
charged Sept. 11, 1778; also, company receipt for wages for 8 days service,
dated Cambridge, Oct. 26, 1778, and endorsed " John Walton Capt."



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"Warren, Andrew, Middleborough. Private, Capt. Abicl Pierce's co.. Col. Nicholas
Dike's regt. ; pay abstract for travel allowance to and from camp, etc., sworn
to Nov. 2',), 177fi; said Warren credited with 2 days allowance ; mileage for 80
miles also allowed.

"Warren, Andrew, Middleborough. Ketuni of men raised to serve in the Conti-
nental Army from Capt. William Tapper's co.. Col. Sproutt's (4th Plymouth
Co.) regt.; residence, Middleborough; engaged for town of Middleborough;
joined Capt. Eddy's co., Col. Bradford's regt.; term, 3 years or during war;
also, list of men mustered between March 5, and March 22, 1777, by James
Hatch, Muster Master for Plymouth Co.; Col. Bigelow's regt.; age, 17 yrs. ;
residence, Middleborough; enlisted by Capt. Joseph Tupper; enlistment,
dm'ing war; reported received Contmental bounty; also, Private, 7th co.. Col.
Gamaliel Bradford's regt. ; Continental Army pay accounts for service from
Feb. 16, 1777, to Dec. 31, 1779; reported deserted; also, Capt. Joshua Eddy's
CO., Col. Bradford's (12th) regt. ; subsistence allowed from date of enlistment,
Feb. 16, 1777, to last of April, 1777; credited with 73 days allowance; also,
same co. and regt. ; return endorsed " January 28th 1778 ; " residence, ISIiddle-
borough ; enlisted for town of Middleborough ; mustered by Elisha Padok,
County Muster Master ; reported on furlough ; also, same co. and regt. ;
muster roll for July, 1778, dated White Plains; enlisted Feb. 16, 1777; joined
April 30, 1777; enlistment, 3 years; reported sick at Middleborough; also,
descriptive list of deserters from (late) 14th Mass. regt., as returned by Jonathan
Haskell, Adjutant, 7th Mass. regt. dated West Point, Aug. 19, 1782; age, 20
yrs. ; stature, 5 ft. 8 in. ; complexion, dark ; hair, dark ; residence, Middle-
borough ; enlisted for town of Middleborough ; deserted in 1777.

Warren, Andrew. Private, Capt. Nathaniel AVood's co., Col. Simon Cary'sregt. ;
service, 4 days. KoU dated Roxbury, April 1, 1776.

Warren, Benjamin, Chelmsford. Sergeant, Capt. Oliver Barron's co. of militia,
Col. David Green's regt., which marched in response to the alarm of April 19,
1775; service, 9 days; also, 2d Lieutenant, Capt. Samuel Stephens, Jr.'s (4th)
CO. (North CO. in Chelmsford), Col. Simeon Spaulding's (7th INIiddlesex Co.)
regt. of Mass. militia ; list of officers chosen by the several companies in said
regiment ; ordered in Council May 31, 1776, that said officers be commissioned ;
also, 2d Lieutenant, Capt. Stephens's (4th) co., 7th Middlesex Co. regt. of Mass.
militia ; list of officers ; commissioned ISIay 31, 177ti ; names of officers of said
company crossed out on list, probably because another set of officers was chosen
later; also, 1st Lieutenant, Capt. John Ford's (4th) co. (North co. in Chelms-



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