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Captain James Dickson’s Muster Roll

A Muster Role of Capt James Dicksons Company of Battomen in the Service of the United States under the Command of Maj’r Francis Chandenett ADQMG (1) Engaged to the 31 Dec’r Next 1778.
Appointed March 17th 1778 Capt. James Dickson (2)


No.

Mustered

Men’s Names

Remarks

1

April 23

James Steward

 

2

Ditto

George Howse [House]

 

3

May 8

William Allen

 

4

Do [ditto]

James McDermud

 

5

Do

Wm. Engle

 

6

Do

Jeremiah Young

 

7

May 8

Martin Shelley

On Comn’d in the Artillery

8

Do

Henry  Coonrath

On Comn’d in the Artillery

9

Do

Adom McMullen

Apotent on Furlow,
Deserted July 2

10

Do

Stephen Mc [whole name crossed out

Deserted [crossed out]

11

9

James Wason

In the Gen’l Hospital Albany

12

20

George Prise [Price]

On Comd Weth
Capt Lafferty

Camp White Plains July 22 1778 Mustered then.  Capt. James Dicksons Compy as Specified in the Above Roll
Rich’d Varick DMM Gen’l (3)

Revolutionary War Rolls 1775-1783—Quartermaster Dept, Series M. 246, Roll 122, National Archives, Washington DC

End Notes

  1. It means Assistant Deputy Quarter Master General
  2. James Dickson—Dixon, Dickerson, Dickinson, etc.  Lived at Cherry Valley.  Pension No. S22208
  3. Richard Varick served in various positions during the war—His title at this time was Deputy Muster Master General

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