Other Annotations by gscott2007, 101-120

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Page 34

was one of the guard who took governor Franklin before the Provincial Congress then sitting at Burlington

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Made 05 Aug 2008

Page 33

he stood guard over Governor Franklin who was confined in the house of one Davenport at Burlington

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Made 05 Aug 2008

Page 5

entered on board of the row galley Crain for six months under Capt Jehiel Tinker and saild to the North River and served my Country against the Common Enimy...

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Made 05 Aug 2008

Page 14

the Queen of France a Vessel of War

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Made 05 Aug 2008

Page 6

their main duty at this time was to prevent the secret trade from carrying provisions to the British and bringing in goods

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Made 05 Aug 2008

Page 6

to guard along Long Island Sound with thirty whale boats

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Page 31

fixing and Rigging the Row gally Trumbull

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Page 31

in the Engagement with the British fleet in which Engagement he the said Isaiah was wounded by having some of his toes cut off

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Page 3

taking of Annapolis Royal a port on the Nova Scotia shore where he headed the attacking party took the fort spiked the cannon made the Governor a prisoner...

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Page 10

row galley called the Lady Washington

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Page 6

On the 20th June 1776 he enlisted as a Marine in the Row Galley of the State of Connecticut called Crane. commanded by Capt. Jehiel Tinker served till...

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Made 04 Aug 2008

Page 3

on Board a galley called the Crain, for one year Capt Tinker Commander. Went to New London took in their guns and sailed to New York and up the North River...

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Made 03 Aug 2008

Page 45

He was to cruise the Sound and prevent all communication of "commerce or council" with the enemy then in possession of Long Island

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Page 45

the command of a Row Galley in Long Island Sound

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Made 03 Aug 2008

Page 33

in the year Cornwallis was taken I was attached to a Boat commanded by Capt. Abner Ely of Lyme and cruised Long Island Sound to protect the adjoining Coast.

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Page 24

commanded a whale boat

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Page 3

after a severe engagement with them of two hours and a half, and finding ourselves unable to take them, we retreated back to New York and were lying there...

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Page 3

that on the 19th day of June 1776 he enlisted as a mariner on board the Row Galley Crane under Capt Jehiel Tinker, Lieut David Brooks, Ensign Shubael...

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Page 9

Aaron Wheeler enlisted in the naval service on board a Row Galley called the Crane and went in company with this deponent under Captain ? Tinker

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Made 03 Aug 2008

Page 4

he enlisted on board a Row Galley called the Crane in the naval service for six months under Captain Jehiel Tinker & David Brooks Lieutenant & Elias...

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Made 03 Aug 2008

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