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manded by Ensign Joseph Bates; service, 26 days, guarding stores at " Colton
Manna," N. Y., in 1776.

Hoar, Philip, Norton. Private, Capt. Zebedee Redding's co., Col. Josiah Whitney's
regt.; service from 4 days preceding march to camp to Aug. 1, 1776, 2 mos. 23
days; also, same co. and regt.; pay roll for Nov., 1776; service, 1 mo.

Hoar, Reubex, Monson. 2d Lieutenant, Capt. Reuben Munn's (Monson) co., which
marched April 21, 1775, in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775, to Cambridge;
left Cambridge April 27, 1775; service, 10 days; also, 1st Lieutenant, Capt.
Joshua Shaw's (15th) co., 1st Hampshire Co. regt. of Mass. militia; list of
officers chosen by the several companies in said regiment, as returned by [Col.]
Charles Pyncheon, dated Springfield, May 21, 1776; ordered in Council June 13,
1776, that said officers be commissioned ; reported commissioned June 13, 1776.

Hoar, Robert. Sergeant, Capt. Henry Peirce's co.. Col. Ebenezer White's regt.;
marched Aug. 1, 1780; discharged Aug. 9, 1780; service, 9 days, at Rhode Island
on an alarm. Roll sworn to at Middleborough.

Hoar, Samuel, Lincoln. 2d Lieutenant, Capt. William Smith's co. of Minute-men,
Col. Abijah Pierce's regt., which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775 ; service,
26 days; also, 2d Lieutenant, Capt. John Hartwell's co., Col. Eleazer Brooks's
regt. ; service, 5 days ; company called out March 4, 1776, at the time of fortifying
Dorchester Heights ; mileage from Lincoln to camp and return (40 miles) allowed
said Hoar; also, 1st Lieutenant, Capt. Samuel Farrar's (6th) co., 3d Middlesex
Co. regt. of Mass. militia ; list of officers ; commissioned March 27, 1776.

Hoar, Samuel, Middleborough. Private, Capt. AbielPearce's (2d Middleborough) co.,
which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775, to Marshfield; service, 2 days.

Hoar, Samuel, Monson. Private, Capt. Reuben Munn's (Monson) co., which
marched April 21, 1775, in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775, to Cambridge ;
left Cambridge April 25, 1775 ; service, 8 days.

Hoar, Samuel, Westminster. Private, Capt. Jonathan Sibley's co.. Col. Luke Drury's
regt.; enlisted July 29, 1781; marched Aug. 1, 1781; arrived at camp Aug. 11,
1781 ; discharged Nov. 10, 1781 ; service, 3 mos. 23 days, including 10 days (200
miles) travel home ; residence, Westminster ; engaged for town of Westminster ;
term, 3 months.

Hoar, Samuel. Lieutenant ; receipt given to Capt. Asahel Wheeler, dated Ticonderoga,
signed by said Hoar and Lieut. Samuel Osborn, for wages from Sept. 30, 1776,
to Nov. 1, 1776.

Hoar, Samuel. 2d Lieutenant, Capt. Job Peirce's (7th) co.,4th Plymouth Co. regt.
of Mass. militia; list of officers chosen in said regiment March 5, 1776, as
returned by Ebenezer Sproutt and Ebenezer White, field officers ; ordered in
Council May 9, 1776, that said officers be commissioned ; reported commissioned
May 9, 1776; also, 2d Lieutenant, Capt. Job Peirce's (Middleborough) co.. Col.
Sprowtt's (Sprout's) regt. ; service, 10 days ; company marched to Tiverton, R. I.,
Dec. 9, 1776, on an alarm at Howland's Ferry.



MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIERS AND SAILORS



Hoar, Samuel. Private, Capt. Elias Pratt's co. ; enlisted May 15, 1779; discharged
May 22, 1779; service, 7 days, witli guards at Rutland.

Hoar, Samuel. Private, Capt. Thomas Covvdin's co., Col. Samuel Denny's regt. ; en-
listed Nov. 1, 1779 ; discharged Nov. 23, 1779 ; service, 1 mo. 2 days, at Claverack,
including 9 days (180 miles) travel; company raised to reinforce Continental
Army at New York for 3 months.

Hoar, Samuel. 2d Lieutenant, Col. Jonathan Reed's regt. ; list of officers [year not
given.]

Hoar, Seth. Private, Capt. Amos "Washburn's co., Col. Ebenezer Sproutt's regt. ; en-
listed May 6, 1778; discharged May 7, 1778; service, 2 days, on an alarm at
Dartmouth. Roll sworn to at Middleborough.

Hoar, Shadrach, Ervingshire. Private, Capt. Samuel Taylor's co., Col. Nicholas
Dike's regt.; pay abstract for mileage, dated Roxbury, Sept. 17, 1776; mileage
(98 miles) allowed said Hoar; also, same co. and regt.; pay abstract for travel
allowance, dated Dorchester Heights, Nov. 28, 1776; said Hoar credited with
allowance for 5 days (98 miles) ; also, Corporal, Capt. Moses Harvey's co., Col.
Woodbridge's regt. ; engaged Aug. 22, 1777; discharged Oct. 29, 1777; service, 2
mos. 14 days, at Saratoga, including 5 days (100 miles) travel home ; company
raised to reinforce Northern army until the last of Nov., 1777.

Hoar, Stephen. Corporal, Capt. Elisha Jackson's co. ; travel out and home 200 miles ;
service at 20 miles per day, 10 days, probably in Aug., 1777; mileage home (100
miles) also allowed ; company marched from Westminster to East Hoosuck under
command of Maj. Ebenezer Bridge on an alarm at Bennington and was there
dismissed. Roll dated Aug. 22, 1777.

Hoar, Timothy, Concord. Lists of men appearing under the heading " Hartwell Brook
the first Everidge ; " said Hoar appears among 8 months men [no date or particu-
lars given] , also among men with Capt. Abishai Brown at Nantasket [year not
given] , and among men in the artillery train at Rhode Island [year not given] ;
also, Matross, Capt. Jonathan W. Edes's (-Ith) co.. Col. Crafts's (Artillery) regt. ;
service from Feb. 1, 1777, to May 8, 1777, 3 mos. 7 days ; a^so, list of men appear-
ing under the heading " Hartwell Brook the first Everidge ; " said Hoar appears
among men who went with Capt. Minot [year not given] ; also, certificate signed
by said Hoar and others, certifying that they had received bounty of the Select-
men of Concord to serve in the Continental Army, agreeable to resolve of April
20, 1778; also, list of men appearing under the heading " Hartwell Brook the
first Everidge ; " said Hoar appears among men raised agreeable to resolve of
Apfil 18, 1778, to serve as guards at North river in 1778; also. Private, Capt.
Edward Richardson's co., Col. Thomas Poor's regt. ; enlisted June 14, 1778, 3 days
preceding march; discharged Jan. 16, 1779; service, 7 mos. 13 days, at North
River, N. Y., including 11 daj'S (220 miles) travel home; roll dated AVatertown;
also, same co. and regt.; pay roll for Sept., 1778, dated West Point; also, same
CO. and regt. ; pay roll for Nov., 1778, dated King's Ferry.

Hoar, Timotht, Jr. Private, Capt. Joseph Hosmer's (Light Infantry) co. ; company
return endorsed " 1776."

Hoard, David, Taunton. Private, Light Infantry co., Col. Henry Jackson's regt. ;
Continental Army pay accounts for service from Sept. 8, 1777, to Dec. 31, 1779;
also, Capt. Nathaniel Jarvis's co.. Col. Jackson's regt.; pay roll for Feb., 1778;
also, same co. and regt. ; pay rolls for June-Aug., 1778, dated Camp Provi-
dence; also, same co. and regt. ; pay roll for Sept., 1778, dated Pawtuxet; also,
Lieut. Thomas Hunt's co.. Col. Jackson's regt. ; pay rolls for Dec, 1778, and
Feb., 1779, dated Pawtuxet; also, Capt. Thomas Hunt's (4th) co.,Col. Jackson's
regt.; pay roll for March, 1779, sworn to at Pawtuxet; also, Capt. William
Scott's (4th) CO., Col. Jackson's regt. ; muster roll for April, 1779, dated Garrison



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Hoard, David, continued.

at Pawtuxet ; enlisted Sept. 8, 1777 ; enlistment, 3 years ; also, 4th co., Col. Jack-
son's regt. ; company return dated Providence, July 8, 1779; credited to town of
Dighton; also, Capt. William Scott's (Light Infantry) co., Col. Jackson's regt.;
pay roll for Oct., 1779; also, Lieut. Colonel's co., Col. Jackson's regt.; Conti-
nental Army pay accounts for service from Jan. 1, 1780, to Sept. 8, 1780; also,
return 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 belong-
ing to Massachusetts in Col. Henry Sherburne's regt., who were incorporated
into a regiment under the command of Col. Henry Jackson, agreeable to the
arrangement of April 9, 1779 ; Capt. Scott's co. ; rank, Private ; residence, Taun-
ton ; engaged for town of Taunton ; engaged Sept. 8, 1777 ; term, 3 years ; also,
Capt. William Scott's (Light Infantry) co.. Col. Henry Jackson's (16th) regt.;
pay rolls for April and May, 1780 ; also, pay roll for June and July, 1780 ; reported
transferred to Lieut. Colonel's co. Aug. 1, 1780.

Hoard, David. List of men who went to Winter Hill in Feb., 1776, with Capt. Samuel
Forbs to serve for 2 months.

Hoard, David. List of men raised to serve in the Continental Army, dated Jan. -,
1777; reported received bounty.

Hoard, David. List of men who marched to Providence in July, 1777, under com-
mand of Capt. Deen to serve for 1 month.

Hoard, Isaac, Jericho (also given Little Hoosuck). Private, Capt. Abiathar Angel's
CO., Col. David Brewer's (9th) regt.; muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775; enlisted
May 1, 1775; service, 3 mos. 1 week; also, Capt. John Wright's co.. Col.
Brewer's regt.; company return [probably Oct., 1775] ; also, Capt. Wright's co..
Col. Rufus Putnam's (late Brewer's) regt. ; order for bounty coat or its equiva-
lent in money dated Roxbury, Nov. 2, 1775.

Hoard, James, Ipswich. Private, Capt. Nathaniel Wade's co. ; return of men who
engaged for the year 1776, dated Jan. 17, 1776 ; enlisted Dec. 10, 1775.

Hoard, Jonathan. List of men who went to Roxbury in 1775 with Capts. Soper,
Liscomb, Pitts, and King, to serve for 8 months.

Hoard, Jonathan. List of men who went to Winter Hill in Feb., 1776, with Capt.
Samuel Forbs to serve for 2 months.

Hoard, Jonathan. List of men who went to Nantasket in April, 1776, with Capt.
Redding to serve for 7 months.

Hoard, Jonathan. Descriptive list of men raised for the term of 9 months from the
time of their arrival at Fishkill, returned as mustered by James Leonard, Muster
Master, dated Taunton, May 16, 1778; Capt. Edward Blake's (9th) co., Col.
George Williams's (Bristol Co.) regt. ; age, 24 yrs. ; stature, 5 ft. 10 in. ; com-
plexion, light; hair, brown ; eyes, blue; engaged for town of Taunton; also, list
of men raised in Bristol Co., agreeable to resolve of April 20, 1778, returned as
received of Jonathan Warner, Commissioner, by Col. R. Putnam, July 20, 1778;
arrived at Fishkill June 19, 1778.

Hoard, Jonathan. Private, Capt. Edward Blake's co.. Col. Mitchel's regt. com-
manded by Lieut. Col. James Williams, Brig. Gen. Godfrey's (Bristol Co.)
brigade; service, 8 days; company marched to Tiverton, R. I., on the alarm of
Aug. 2, 1780.

Hoare, Bristol. Private, Capt. John Hartwell's co.. Col. Dike's regt. ; muster roll
for Dec, 1776-Feb., 1777; enlisted Dec. 14, 1776; credited to town of Lincoln;
regiment raised to serve until March 1, 1777. -:



10 MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIERS AND SAILORS

HoARE, Jonathan. 2d Lieutenant, Capt. Nathaniel Maynard's 4tli (2d Sudbury) co.,
Col. Ezekiel How's (4th Middlesex Co.) regt. of Mass. militia; list of officers
chosen in said company July 8, 1776 ; reported commissioned July 9, 1776.

HoAiiE, Jonathan. Private, brig "Freedom," commanded by Capt. John Clouston;
discharged April 19, 1777; service, 3 mos. 19 days ; reported as among crew taken
in the ship " La Soye Planter," a prize of said brig " Freedom," and thereby pre-
vented from arriving at Boston until Feb. 16, 1777; also reported as having been
sick with small pox which prevented his return to duty on the brig, and as
entitled to receive pay until expiration of his engagement, April 19, 1777.

HoARE, Leonard. Private, Capt. John Hartwell's co.. Col. Dike's regt.; muster roll
for Dec, 1776-Feb., 1777; enlisted Dec. 14, 1776; credited to town of Lincoln;
regiment raised to serve until March 1, 1777.

Hoaton, Israel. Capt. Holman's co.. Col. Doolittle's regt.; order for advance pay,
signed by said Hoaton and others, dated Cambridge, June 16, 1775.

HoATTON, Seth. Private, Capt. John Porter's co.. Col. Samuel Denny's (2d) regt.;
enlisted Oct. 19, 1779; discharged Nov. 23, 1779; service, 1 mo. 15 days, at Clav-
erack, including 10 days (200 miles) travel home; regiment raised for 3 months.

Hobard, Adam, Braintree. Sergeant, Capt. John Vinton's (Braintree) co. of grena-
diers. Col. Benjamin Lincoln's regt., which assembled April 19, 1775; service, 3
days; also, Capt. John Vinton's co. of Minute-men, Col. Benjamin Lincoln's
regt., which assembled April 29, 1775; service, 3 days.

Hobard, Daniel, Ashburnham. Corporal, Capt. Jonathan Gates's co. of Minute-men,
Col. John Whetcomb's regt., which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775; left
place of rendezvous May 1, 1775; service, 11 days.

Hobard, Hawkes. Petition dated April 10, 1777, signed by said Hobard and others
belonging to Capt. Job Cushing's co., asking for unpaid portion of allowance for
travel to Danbury, Conn., subsequent to their engagement in Dec, 1776; engage-
ment, 3 months ; company marched from Hingham and Cohasset.

Hobard, John (also given John, 2d), Braintree. Private, Capt. John Vinton's (Brain-
tree) CO. of grenadiers, Col. Benjamin Lincoln's regt., which assembled April 19,
1775; service, 3 days; also, Capt. John Vinton's co. of Minute-men, Col. Ben-
jamin Lincoln's regt., which assembled April 29, 1775 ; service, 3 days ; also, Capt.
John A^inton's (Independent) co. ; enlisted May 3, 1775; service, 8 mos. 18 days;
also, Capt. Ebenezer Thayer, 3d's (Independent) co. of Braintree; enlisted Jan.
1, 1776; discharged Jan. 7, 1776; service, 7 days.

Hobard, Nathaniel, Abington. Drummer, Capt. Nathan Snow's co. commanded by
2d Lieutenant Christopher Dyer, Col. Edward Mitchel's regt.. Gen. Cushing's
brigade; marched Dec. 9, 1776; service, 2 weeks 2 days; mileage (100 miles)
allowed; company marched to Bristol, R. I., on an alarm.

Hobard, Samuel. Descriptive list of men raised to reinforce the Continental Armj'
for the term of 6 months, agreeable to resolve of June 5, 1780, returned as re-
ceived of Justin Ely, Commissioner, by Brig. Gen. John Glover, at Springfield,
July 9, 1780; age, 18 yrs. ; stature, 5 ft. 5 in.; complexion, light; engaged for
town of Braintree ; arrived at Springfield July 8, 1780 ; marched to camp July 9,
1780, under command of Lieut. Jackson, of the artillery.

Hobard, Stephen. Private, Capt. Philip Hubberd's co. ; enlisted March 1, 1776; ser-
vice to May 31, 1776, 3 mos. ; company stationed on seacoast at Kittery Point and
Old York. Roll dated Kittery.

Hobard, William, Braintree. Private, Capt. John Vinton's co. of Minute-men, Col.
Benjamin Lincoln's regt., which assembled April 29, 1775; service, 3 days; also,
Sergeant, Capt. John Vinton's (Independent) co. ; enlisted May 3, 1775 ; service,
8 mos. 18 days; also, ordgr for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated



IN THE WAR OF THE REVOLUTION. H

HoBARD, William, continued.

Braintree, Dec. 23, 1775; also. Sergeant, Capt. Ebenezer Thayer, 3d's (Inde-
pendent) CO. of Braintree ; enlisted March 16, 1776 ; discharged May 13, 1776 ;
service, 1 mo. 29 days.

HoBARDSON, Nathaniel. Private, Capt. Jacob Cook's co.. Col. John Ashley's (Berk-
shire Co.) regt. ; enlisted July 8, 1777; discharged July 28, 1777; service, 20
days, at Saratoga; mileage home (118 miles) allowed.

HoBART, . [This name also appears under the form of Hobard, Hobartt, Hobat,

Hobbard, Hobert, Hoburt, Hubard, Hubbard, Hubbart.]

HoBART, Aaron. Return of men mustered for Col. Robinson's regt. by James Hatch,
Muster Master for Plymouth Co., to serve in the New England states until Jan.
1, 1778, dated July 26, 1777 ; enlisted by Capt. Cole ; also, Drummer, Capt. Joseph
Cole's CO., Col. Robinson's regt.; enlisted July 6, 1777; service, 5 mos. 25 days,
at Rhode Island ; roll sworn to in Plymouth Co.

HoBART, Aaron, Jr. Pay roll for 6 months men raised by the town of Abington for
service in the Continental Army during 1780; marched July 6, 1780; discharged
Dec. 18, 1780; service, 5 mos. 24 days, including travel (240 miles) home. [See
Aaron Hubbard.]

HoBART, Adam. Sergeant, Capt. Moses French's co., Col. Joseph Palmer's regt.; ser-
vice, 15 days; company assembled at Braintree March 4, 1776; also, Capt. Moses
French's co., Col. Jonathan Bass's regt. ; service, 4 days ; company assembled at
Braintree June 13, 1776, upon orders to march to Hough's Neck, and June 24, 1776,
upon orders to march to Nantasket.

Hobart, Benjamin, Townsend. Private, Capt. James Hosley's co. of Minute-men,
Col. William Prescott's regt., which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775, to
Cambridge ; discharged April 28, 1775 ; service, 12 days.

HoBART, Caleb, Hingham. Private, Capt. Thomas Hearsey's co., Col. Lovil's (Lovell's)
regt. ; service, 3 days ; company marched to Dorchester March 4, 1776 ; also, pay
roll of a company commanded by 1st Lieut. Heman Lincoln, Col. Solomon
Lovil's regt. ; service, 2 days ; company marched to Hull June 14, 1776 ; also,
same co. and regt.; service, 2 days; company marched to Hull June 23, 1776;
also, Capt. Job Cushing's co.. Col. Solomon Lovell's regt. ; enlisted Dec. 18, 1776 ;
discharged March 17, 1777 ; service, 3^ mos., including travel (15 days) home ; also,
petition dated April 10, 1777, signed by said Hobart and others belonging to Capt.
Job Cushing's co., asking for unpaid portion of allowance for travel to Danbury,
Conn., subsequent to their engagement in Dec, 1776; engagement, 3 months;
company marched from Hingham and Cohasset ; also, list of men drafted from
militia to march to Horse Neck under command of Col. Mcintosh [year not
given] , but wlio failed to join regiment ; drafted from town of Hingham ; drafted
into Capt. Cushing's co.

HoBART, Caleb, Jr. Private, Capt. Moses French's co.. Col. Joseph Palmer's regt. ;
service, 15 days ; company assembled at Braintree March 4, 1776.

HoBART, Daniel, Hingham. Private, Capt. James Lincoln's (Independent) co. ; en-
listed May 15, 1775; service to Jan. 1, 1776, 5 mos., 11 weeks, 5 days; company
stationed at Hingham; also, Capt. Thomas Hearsey's co.. Col. Lovil's (Lovell's)
regt. ; service, 4 days ; company marched to Dorchester March 4, 1776 ; also, pay
roll of a company commanded by 1st Lieut. Heman Lincoln, Col. Solomon Lovil's
regt. ; service, 2 days; compan}^ marched to Hull June 14, 1776; also, same co.
and regt. ; service, 2 days ; company marched to Hull June 23, 1776.

HoBART, Daniel, Jr., Pittsfield. Return of men drafted from Berkshire Co. militia to
march to Horse Neck under command of Col. Benjamin Simonds [j'ear not
given], but who failed to join regiment; drafted from town of Pittsfield; drafted
into Capt. Belling's (Belding's) co.



12 MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIERS AND SAILORS

HoBART, Edmuxd, Hingham. Corporal, Capt. Jotham Loring's (Hingham) co. of
train, which marched probably on the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 13 days;
also, Private, Capt. James Lincoln's (Independent) co. ; enlisted Feb. 12, 1776;
service, 3 mos., 1 week, 4 daj-s; company stationed at Hingham until May 22,
1776; also, Capt. Seth Stowers's co., Col. Josiah Whitney's regt. ; service from
July 31, 1776, to Nov. 30, 1776, 4 mos.; also, same co. ; service from Nov. 30,
1776, to Dec. 31, 1776, 1 mo., at Hull ; also, Capt. Job Cushing's co.. Col. Solomon
Lovell's regt.; enlisted Dec. 18, 1776; discharged March 17, 1777; service, 3^
mos., including travel (15 days) home.

HoBART, Hawkes, Hingham. Sergeant, Capt. Jotham Loring's (Hingham) co. of '
train, which marched probably on the alarm of April 19, 1775 ; service, 13 days ;
also. Private, Capt. Pyam Cushing's co.. Col. Solomon Lovel's regt. ; service, 4
days ; company assembled at Dorchester March 4, 1776 ; also, same co. and regt. ;
service between March 11 and March 29, 1776, 3 days; company assembled to
guard the shore ; also, same co. and regt. ; service, 2 days ; company assembled
at Hull two different times in June, 1776; also, Capt. Job Cushing's co.. Col.
Solomon Lovell's regt. ; enlisted Dec. 18, 1776 ; discharged March 17, 1777 ; ser-
vice, 3^ mos., including travel (15 days) home; a/¬Ђo, list of men drafted from
militia to march to Horse Neck under command of Col. Mcintosh [year not
given], but who failed to join regiment; drafted from town of Hingham ; drafted
into Capt. Cushing's co.

HoBART, Humphrey. Capt. Sylvanus Willcox's co.. Col. John Brown's regt. ; enlisted
Feb. 22, 1777 ; discharged April 8, 1777 ; service, 45 days, at Mt. Independence.

HoBART, Isaac, HoUis [N. H.] . Private, Capt. Reuben Dow's co.. Col. William Pres-
cott's regt., company return dated Cambridge, Oct. 6, 1775; reported killed June
17, 1775; also, order for money in lieu of bounty coat, signed by Shubael Hobart
in behalf of said Hobart, deceased, dated HpUis, Feb. 15, 1776.

Hobart, Isaac. Private, Capt. James Hatch's co. ; enlisted March 4, 1776; discharged
March 8, 1776; service, 5 days; company marched from West Parish in Pem-
broke to Braintree on the alarm of March 3, 1776, thence to Weymouth and was
stationed there.

Hobart, James, Hingham. Private, Capt. James Lincoln's (Independent) co. ; enlisted
Aug. 14, 1775; service, 4 mos., 2 weeks, 3 days; reported as serving in room of
Belea Stowel; company stationed at Hingham until Jan. 1, 1776, for defence of
seacoast; also, Capt. James Lincoln's (Independent) co. ; enlisted Jan. 1, 1776;
service, 2 mos. 2 weeks; company stationed at Hingham until May 22, 1776;
also, Capt. Thomas Hearsey's co., Col. Lovil's (Lovell's) regt.; service, 4 days;
company marched to Dorchester March 4, 1776 ; also, pay roll of a company com-
manded by 1st Lieut. Heman Lincoln, Col. Solomon Lovil's regt.; service, 2
days; company marched to Hull June 14, 1776; also, same co. and regt.; ser-
vice, 2 days ; company marched to Hull June 23, 1776 ; also, Capt. Heman Lin-
coln's CO., Col. Lovil's regt. ; service, 4 days ; company marched to Hull Dec.
14, 1776.

Hobart, James. Private, Capt. John Howard's co., Col. Samuel Brewer's regt. ; pay
abstract for travel allowance, etc., from Saratoga home; 198 miles travel allowed
said Hobart ; warrant allowed in Council March 12, 1777.

Hobart, Japhet, Hingham. Private, Capt. Jotham Loring's co., commanded by
Capt. Charles Cushing subsequent to June 22, 1775, Col. John Greaton's regt. ;
muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775; enlisted April 27, 1775; service, 3 mos. 12 days;
also, Capt. Charles Cushing's co., 36th regt. ; company return dated Fort No. 2,
Oct. 5, 1775; also, Capt. Cushing's co.. Col. Greaton's regt.; order for bounty
coat or its equivalent in money dated Cambridge, Dec. 18, 1775.

Hobart, Japhet, Hingham. Private, Capt. James Lincoln's co., Col. Benjamin Lin-
coln's regt., which assembled on the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 3 days;



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HoBART, Japhet, continued.

also, Capt. James Lincoln's (Independent) co. ; enlisted Jan. 1, 1776; service, 4
weeks ; also, Sergeant, same co. ; engaged Jan. 28, 1776 ; service, 3 mos., 3 weeks,
3 days ; company stationed at Hingham until May 22, 1776.

HoBART, Japhet, Hingham. Private, Capt. Abishai Brown's co., Col. Josiah Whit-
ney's regt. ; service from Aug. 1, 1776, to Dec. 1, 1776, 4 mos. Rolls dated Camp
at Hull.

HoBARX, Japhet. Private, in a company commanded by 1st Lieut. Heman Lincoln,
Col. Solomon Lovil's (Lovell's) regt. ; service, 2 days ; company marched to
Hull June 14, 1776 ; also, same co. and regt. ; service, 2 days ; company marched
to Hull June 23, 1776; also, Capt. Job Cushing's co., Col. Solomon Lovell's
regt.; enlisted Dec. 18, 1776; discharged March 17, 1777; service, 3^ mos., in-
cluding travel (15 days) home; also, petition dated April 10, 1777, signed by
said Hobart and others belonging to Capt. Job Cushing's co., asking for unpaid
portion of allowance for travel to Danbury, Conn., subsequent to their engage-
ment in Dec, 1776 ; engagement, 3 months ; company marched from Hingham
and Cohasset.

HoBART, Japhet. Return signed by Col. David Cushing and Selectmen of Hingham,
of men drafted to serve on expedition to Rhode Island until Jan. 1, 1779, and
who were paid bounty and mileage by said Selectmen. [See Japhet Hubbart.]

HoBART, Jeremiah, Groton. Private, Capt. Asa Lawrence's co.. Col. William Pres-
cott's regt.; muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775; enlisted April 25, 1775; service, 3
mos. 8 days; also, company return dated Oct. 6, 1775; reported absent; also,
order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated Cambridge, Oct. 30, 1775.

Hobart, Johx, Abington. Private, Capt. Nathan Snow's co. commanded by 2d Lieut.
Christopher Dyer, Col. Edward Mitchel's regt.. Gen. Cushing's brigade ; marched
Dec. 9, 1776; service, 5 days; company marched to Bristol, R. I., on an alarm.

Hobart, John, Brookfield. Private, Capt. John Packhard's co.. Col. David Brewer's
regt.; muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775; enlisted May 2, 1775; service, 3 mos. 6
days.

Hobart, John (also given John, Jr.), Hingham. Private, Capt. James Lincoln's co.,
Col. Benjamin Lincoln's regt., which assembled on the alarm of April 19, 1775;



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