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That's "Gilloland"

Spotlight: Beebe, James ? · 29 Nov 2014 You

I wouldn't try to say that the War of 1812 was the first US war to the veterans of the Miami Campaign (1785-95), the Quasi-War (1798-1800), or the Barbary Coast War (1801-1805).

Spotlight: U.S. Flag - Transcript Journal Entry · 12 Jun 2013 You

image is fine--it's the back of page 46--ink bled through paper when page 46 written

Image, found in Continental Congress - Papers: Page 45 · 19 Aug 2012 You

Return for clothing includes hunting shirts

Image, found in Revolutionary War Rolls: Page 29 · 08 Jun 2012 You

serving as a nurse

Image, found in Revolutionary War Service Records: Page 18 · 28 May 2012 You

Clothing and cloth received by 3d NH in last half 1777

Image, found in Revolutionary War Rolls: Page 86 · 05 May 2012 You

Clothing issued to Long's 1st NH Battalion at Ti

Image, found in Revolutionary War Rolls: Page 124 · 18 Mar 2012 You

The word is "attended."

Spotlight: Illegible · 02 Mar 2012 You

Aquilla Cleveland died in an ambush by Indians between Ticonderoga and Crown Point. Other members of Whitcomb's Rangers buried him the next day at the site of the ambush.

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 8 · 26 May 2011 You

Jeremiah Sechwell should be Sahwell

Image, found in Revolutionary War Rolls: Page 2 · 24 Aug 2010 You

It's difficult to read but the signature is Natl (Nathaniel) Greene, not Mark Greene. The "QMG" below the signature is "Quartermaster General," a post Greene held from Mar., 1778…

Image, found in Continental Congress - Papers: Page 391 · 11 Aug 2010 You

At the time of this return, Seth Warner commanded the Green Mountain Boys and Weight Hopkins' Co. Visit http://www.warnersregiment.org/ to learn about the recreated Hopkins' Co.

Image, found in Revolutionary War Rolls: Page 139 · 17 Jun 2010 You

It is not possible for Giles Roberts to have served in Aldrich's Co. under Whitcomb in Feb., 1776. That unit did not form until Oct., 1776.

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 2 · 08 May 2010 You

Sure looks to be so. It's clearer in the column heading just above.

Image, found in Revolutionary War Rolls: Page 29 · 02 May 2010 You

I suggest you look at the Rev War Rolls (available on footnote). This Service Records collection is something of an index to the Rolls and this card indicates you will find David…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Service Records: Page 1 · 30 Apr 2010 You

That number (37075332) is a serial number that is stamped on the back of each card. In this case, it refers to a card for Elmore's Battalion that, in turn, refers to a document…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Service Records: Page 1 · 29 Apr 2010 You

It appears Major Whitcomb paid the men out of his own pocket and is being repaid "by the Continent" (government).

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 18 · 28 Apr 2010 You

The annotations are, indeed, for Ethan Allen who exchanged for Archibald Campbell a month after this letter.

Image, found in Continental Congress - Papers: Page 451 · 26 Apr 2010 You

My Mother, Genevieve "Pet" Fowler Barbieri and Pauline "Polly" Fiorey Bartlett grew up and remained as best friends.

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1930: Sheet 12a · 23 Apr 2010 You

One might think thus from the use of the plural "lakes" but this is not referring to the Great Lakes but, rather, Lake Champlain. This culminates in the Battle of Valcour Island.

Spotlight: Congress hires carpenters "to build... · 10 Dec 2009 You