Annotations by gscott2007, 241-260

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was called out to assist in repelling a party of British from Philadelphia, who came up to Bordentown, in Burlington county, and destroyed four store houses...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 5

Made 02 Jul 2008

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marched to Red Bank and was engaged in its defense when Count Donop was mortally wounded, their company was all dismounted and their horses left under a...

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Made 29 Jun 2008

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they were stationed in the fort at Red bank and had three pieces of cannon, and kept up a fire upon the English Ships & men who were then attempting to...

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Made 29 Jun 2008

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a company of Militia, and had one field piece ?? to defend the vicinity from the British stragglers - this deponents company however was obliged to retreat...

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Made 29 Jun 2008

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Shortly afterward, a party of British came from Philada to Bordentown & burnt a part of it, committing considerable damages. the deponent was then again...

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Made 29 Jun 2008

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and crossing over into Pennsylvania and burning Colonel Kirbrights house; that he was out with Captian Quigley at this time about three days

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Made 29 Jun 2008

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a volunteer militia man under the command of Captain Robert Quigley of Burlington County, New Jersey, and marched with him to ?? at the time of the alarm...

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Made 29 Jun 2008

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and remained there about one month at which place he went over with a party in the night and brought off a British officer from Staten Island

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Made 29 Jun 2008

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that about September of the same year he was drafted in the militia and marched from Nottingham township under the command of Captain Robert Quigley to Amboy...

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Made 29 Jun 2008

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When the British went away from Philadelphia to New York the refugees became very troublesome

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Made 29 Jun 2008

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brought in Tory Richard Stockton and ? Woodward and kept several days in the college buildings

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Made 29 Jun 2008

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refugees

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Made 29 Jun 2008

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our troops had much trouble with a gang of robbers called the "Doan" gang, they robbed the County Treasury, stole horses & seriously annoyed...

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Made 28 Jun 2008

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my Father's house was burnt gown cattle and other property taken off or destroyed by the British

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Made 28 Jun 2008

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express rider

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Made 28 Jun 2008

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engineer

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 40

Made 30 May 2008

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Thaddeus Kosciuszko

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 40

Made 30 May 2008

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Genl Washington by every art & at whatever expense to obstruct the navigation of the north river between fort Washington & Mount Constitution.

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 36

Made 30 May 2008

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counterfeiting

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 33

Made 30 May 2008

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Gen Washington to be informed that Congress by resolve of 3 did not mean the army or any part of it should remain in New York longer than he thinks it is for...

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 26

Made 29 May 2008

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