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to be used as evidence, upon the application of other members of said company. Sworn to and subscribed the day and year aforesaid. {signed} William Storer...

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Made 05 Jan 2012

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and said coast; and for such service, accounting in the whole to twleve months, and twelve days, the declarant claims a pension. The declarant further saith,...

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Made 05 Jan 2012

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The above terms of service account in the whole, to twelve months and twelve days, viz. nine months and six days by enlistment in the Artillery, and three...

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Made 05 Jan 2012

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the shores of the harbor and coast from New Haven to Milford: For one month and fifteen days, in the months of July and August in the year 1781, as a...

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Made 05 Jan 2012

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State, commanded by Captain Phineas Bradley, in the manner stated in his original declaration. The declarant is positive, that at this time, he served nine...

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Made 05 Jan 2012

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to the first day of January 1781, by voluntary enlistment, as a private in a company of Artillery, raised by authority of the State of Connecticut, and...

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Made 05 Jan 2012

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in order to obtain the benefit of the ass't of Congress before the 7th day of June A.D. 1832__ The applicant saith, that by reason of old age, and the...

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Made 05 Jan 2012

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State of Connecticut County of New Haven s.p. On this 3rd day of August A.D. 1833, formally appeared in open court, before the Court of Probate for the...

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Made 05 Jan 2012

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I Anthony P. Sanford Clerk of the Court of Probate for the District of New Haven, do certify, that the foregoing contains the informal findings of the said...

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Made 05 Jan 2012

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If practicable the applicant will transmit the paper containing the evidence of his enlistment in Capt Bradleys Company

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Made 05 Jan 2012

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Roger Enos

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Made 02 Jan 2012

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March 1778

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Made 02 Jan 2012

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Wallingford

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Made 30 Dec 2011

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Abbott

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Made 30 Dec 2011

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Miles Johnson

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Made 30 Dec 2011

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Middletown

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Made 30 Dec 2011

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New London

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Made 30 Dec 2011

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Connecticut

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Made 30 Dec 2011

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Wallingford

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Made 30 Dec 2011

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Fish Kill

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Made 30 Dec 2011

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