Other Annotations by cedar9_0482, 181-200

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Page 8

Thadeus Todd Enlisted May 23, 1782

Source: Revolutionary War Rolls » Page 8

Made 17 Feb 2009

Page 8

Roll and Muster of Captain Starr's Company, in ye 4th Connecticut Regiment Commanded by Col. Z. Butler

Source: Revolutionary War Rolls » Page 8

Made 17 Feb 2009

Page 42

A Muster Roll of Capt. Joseph Mansfield's Company in 6th Battalion of Connecticut Forces In The Service of the United States Commanded by Col. Return...

Source: Revolutionary War Rolls » Page 42

Made 17 Feb 2009

Page 122

Westfield March 15th 1780 Mustered Capt. Mansfield's Company as specified in the above Roll

Source: Revolutionary War Rolls » Page 122

Made 17 Feb 2009

Page 18

As it respects Mr. Howe I consider him unable to labour I have been his Physician for Several years and consider him in low circumstances and unable to...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 18

Made 11 Feb 2009

Page 104

RETURN of the 2nd Massachusetts Brigade of Foot, commanded by John Greaton Esq. B. Genl.

Source: Revolutionary War Rolls » Page 104

Made 11 Feb 2009

Page 23

Capt. Nathaniel Webbs Co. Jan 1776

Source: Revolutionary War Rolls » Page 23

Made 11 Feb 2009

Page 23

Col. David Waterbury's Regt. of Militia

Source: Revolutionary War Rolls » Page 23

Made 11 Feb 2009

Page 24

Long Island Expedition

Source: Revolutionary War Rolls » Page 24

Made 11 Feb 2009

Page 24

A Pay Roll for Capt. Nathaniel Webb's Company in Cornal David Waterbury's Regiment for a Longiland Expedition

Source: Revolutionary War Rolls » Page 24

Made 11 Feb 2009

Kendall

William Locke declared his Intentions of marriage with Mary Fowle, Lancaster, February 15th, 1772

Source: Massachusetts Printed Vital Records » Kendall

Made 22 Jan 2009

Houghton

Marriages Consumated by the Rev'd. Timothy Harrington 1775

Source: Massachusetts Printed Vital Records » Houghton

Made 22 Jan 2009

Page 38

7th Company

Source: Revolutionary War Rolls » Page 38

Made 30 Sep 2008

Page 22

The erasure of “Sixty” and insertion of “Fifty nine” was made by me in the above deposition before signing Eli S Ives Justice of the Peace

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 22

Made 27 Sep 2008

Page 22

Sworn to and subscribed by the said Elizabeth Barker before me on said 18th day of May 1854 and I certify that said deponent is a respectable person and a...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 22

Made 27 Sep 2008

Page 22

so employed. I further say that I am not interested in the matter of said Claim for a pension in any manner. Elizabeth Barker

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 22

Made 27 Sep 2008

Page 22

I Elizabeth Barker of the said town of Wallingford being duly cautioned and sworn depose and say that I am the widow of John Barker late of said Wallingford...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 22

Made 27 Sep 2008

Page 22

In the matter of the Application of the heirs of Sarah Doolittle, widow of Benjamin Doolittle late of the town of Wallingford New Haven County + State of...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 22

Made 27 Sep 2008

Page 21

And that he is as such Justice of the Peace authorized by law to administer oaths and to take acknowledgement of deeds. In testimony where of I have hereto...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 21

Made 27 Sep 2008

Page 21

I Arthur B. Calef, Clerk of the County Court in aforesaid Middlesex County (the same being a Court of Record) do hereby certify that David Evarts Esq (whose...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 21

Made 27 Sep 2008

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