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Page 6

on board the Row Galley called the Crane in 1776

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 6

Made 03 Aug 2008

Page 8

Fort Montgomery was taken - we remained at Fort Constitution until it was blown up by order of Major Dubois

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 8

Made 03 Aug 2008

Page 34

In May 1778 he was ordered to prepare for the defence of the Hudson River

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 34

Made 03 Aug 2008

Page 34

Capt. of a Sloop on the Hudson

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 34

Made 03 Aug 2008

Page 5

We marched out to the town of Hurley & there saw the spy hung on an apple tree, who swallowed the Bullet

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 5

Made 03 Aug 2008

Page 5

one Galley called the Lady Washington

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 5

Made 03 Aug 2008

Page 5

our little fleet lay above the chain to guard it & prevent the British shipping from comming up

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 5

Made 03 Aug 2008

Page 16

He continued stationed at Fort Constitution, without being engaged in any battle (except some occasional skirmishing & cannonading when British vessels...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 16

Made 03 Aug 2008

Page 11

called the "hard winter"

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 11

Made 02 Aug 2008

Page 7

British ship Rose

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 7

Made 02 Aug 2008

Page 7

prisoner

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 7

Made 02 Aug 2008

Page 24

John Macpherson

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 24

Made 24 Jul 2008

Page 9

They captured a sloop during the time;- and carried her to New London where she was condemned & sold

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 9

Made 21 Jul 2008

Page 9

Captain Comstock was regularly commissioned by ?? Trumbull Governor of Connecticut. They were not employed the whole of the time in cruising the Sound but...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 9

Made 21 Jul 2008

Page 7

Water Guard at Dobb's Ferry

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 7

Made 12 Jul 2008

Page 480

The Prisoner herewith sent you, Mrs. Charlotte Latima, appears by her own confession to be a Cannadian, & to have been taken with General Burgoyne's...

Source: Pennsylvania Archives » Page 480

Made 04 Jul 2008

Page 34

The marine committee to whom the inclosed memorial was referred beg leave to report that they have conversed with the memorialists and thereupon are of...

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 34

Made 04 Jul 2008

Page 31

we undertook to discharge all the Duties of these several Departments with unremitting Diligence & daily Fatigue. The important Situation of our Fleet...

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 31

Made 04 Jul 2008

Page 31

That on the first appointment of this Board it was deemed to be stationed at Philadelphia, the Capitol of the middle Department; but on that Citys falling...

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 31

Made 04 Jul 2008

Page 29

May 1778 when the Enemy made their Excursion to Bordentown where he then Resided in Care of the Packet the Notice was so short that he could not posibly stay...

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 29

Made 04 Jul 2008

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