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Page 9

Gov. Tryon had threated to burn N.y. if the American troops attempted to enter that city.

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 9

Made 09 Nov 2008

Page 4

Light Dragoons

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 4

Made 08 Nov 2008

Page 7

second regiment of Light Dragoons

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 7

Made 08 Nov 2008

Page 4

Sheldons Regiment of Dragoons

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Made 08 Nov 2008

Page 4

Light Dragoons

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 4

Made 08 Nov 2008

Page 14

with three others, took two spies while out on a scouting party, one of the spies name was Griswold the name of the other I do not recollect who were...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 14

Made 08 Nov 2008

Page 11

Certificate from Gov that G. Cavey has liberty to go into N. york . . . . . . . Board of War to take order

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 11

Made 08 Nov 2008

Page 11

Memo. John Clark . . . . his losses . . . . Board of treas.y

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 11

Made 08 Nov 2008

Page 7

Oct 11 Elisha Walton . . . . . . . Intell from N york Marine com.

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 7

Made 08 Nov 2008

Page 11

Corps of Sappers & Miners

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 11

Made 25 Oct 2008

Page 338

Col. anderson

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 338

Made 18 Oct 2008

Page 10

surrender of Lord Cornwallis

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 10

Made 18 Oct 2008

Page 10

at the Siege of Yorktown, and were part of the detachment that stormed the Right hand redoubt under teh Command of the Marquis De LFayette on the Night of...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 10

Made 18 Oct 2008

Page 8

Monmouth

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Made 18 Oct 2008

Page 7

ordered to Mud Island in the Delaware River Nine Miles from Philadelphia, where they remained untill the evacuation of the Fort at Mud Island. While at Mud...

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Made 18 Oct 2008

Page 14

When he arrived in Portsmouth every thing was in a bustle, the inhabitants (all that could) were leaving the town for safety & going to the country...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 14

Made 15 Aug 2008

Page 43

The man who was sent on shore by Capt. Mowatt, to set fire to the first parish meeting-house in Portland, was brought to their house a prisoner by Solomon...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 43

Made 15 Aug 2008

Page 67

I well remember the time when Falmouth, now Portland was burnt by Mowatt, who did this in 1775 - I saw the smoke of the fire of the burning of the town from...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 67

Made 15 Aug 2008

Page 77

I well remember the time that Mowat burnt Falmouth now Portland. I heard the guns & see the smoke. Philip Fowlers first wifes mother was my aunt and she...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 77

Made 15 Aug 2008

Page 26

sappers and miners

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 26

Made 13 Aug 2008

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