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A Muster Roll of Capt. Amos Hutchings Company
First [sic, Fifth] Regiment of Foot N-York Forces, in the Service of the United States Commanded by Colonel Lewis Dubois

Commisson’d [sic]

November 21st 1776

Captain Amos Hutchings

 

Ditto 21st 1776

1st Lieutenant Pattin Jackson

 

Do

21st 1776 2nd Lieut John Furman

 

Do

21st 1776 Ensign Edward Weaver—sick absent

 

 

 

No

Serjeants

Appointed

For 3 years

During the war

Remarks

1

Seth Stalker

Feby 12th 1777

Ditto

 

 

2

William Willis

Do 18th

Do

 

On Duty

3

James Pride

Aug’t 12, 1776

Do

 

 

4

Francis Gain

Feby 1st 1777

 

Ditto

Sick Absent

 

 

 

 

 

 

No

Corporals

Appointed

For 3 years

During the war

Remarks

1

John Allison

Feby 12th 1777

 

Ditto

 

2

John Willson

Do 1st

 

Do

On Comm’d

3

Francis Turner

May 20th

Ditto

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No

Privates [sic]

 

 

 

 

1

John Factor Fifer

Jany 1st 1777

 

Ditto

 

2

Jasper Allen Drummer

Feby 8th

 

Do

On Duty

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

John Rhodes Private

Decembr 25th 1776

 

Ditto

 

2

Samuel Langdon

Jany 1st 1777

Ditto

 

 

3

Benjamin Lattimore

Do 1st

Do

 

On Duty

4

Ellakim Brush

Do 8th

Do

 

 

5

Phillip Richards

Do 14th

 

Do

 

6

John Wills

Do 20th

Do

 

 

7

Peter Wills

Do 28th

Do

 

 

8

Cornelius Rhodes

Feby 1st

 

Do

Sick Absent

9

William Bonker

Do 10th

 

Do

 

10

Lawrence Bonker

Do 13th

 

Do

 

11

Scott Travinse

Jan 10th

 

Do

 

12

Danford Windchester

Dec’r 19th 1776

 

Do

 

13

Thomas Jones

Jany 16th

 

Do

 

14

Francis Sears

Apl 2nd

 

Do

 

15

Amos Kniffen

Mar 4th

 

Do

 

16

Jacob Crum

Apl 14th

 

Do

 

17

Israel Outhouse

Do 1st

 

Do

 

18

Hermanus Crum

Aprl 8th 1777

 

Ditto

 

19

George Marks

Mar 4th

 

Do

 

20

Abraham Cooper

Feby 28th

 

Do

On Duty

21

Malathiah Weeks

Do 20th

 

Do

 

22

John Ellison Jun’r

Do 12th

 

Do

 

23

Roger Lattimore

Jany 1st

Do

 

 

24

Thomas Concklin

May 20th

 

Do

 

25

Joseph TeKnight

June 2d

 

Do

 

26

Benjamin Yeomans

May 20th

 

Do

 

27

Cornelius Acker

Feby 12th

Ditto

 

 

28

Jonathin Hallick

June 18th

 

Do

 

29

Samuel Garrison

Feby 12th

 

Do

 

30

Peter Hopper

June 10th

Do

 

On Duty

31

John Fairin

Do 15th

 

Do

 

32

John Secor

Do 26th

 

Do

 

33

Joseph Jones

Julyb 6th

 

Do

 

34

Abraham Babcock

Do 9th

 

Do

Absent

35

Elisha Babcock

Do 12th

 

Do

Sick Absent

 

Proof of the Effectives

 

Captain

Lieutenant

Ensign

Serjeants

Corporals

Drum

 Fife

 Privates

Present

1

2

 

2

3

 

1

28

Absent

 

 

1

2

1

1

 

7

Total

1

2

1

4

4

1

1

35

 We do swear that the within Muster Roll is a true State of the Company without Fraud to these United States, or to any Individual, according to the best of our knowledge.

Amos Hutchings, Capt.

Pattin Jacoson Lieut.

Sworn before me this second Day of September 1777.

James Clinton, B Gen’l

Revolutionary War Rolls 1775-1783, Series M246, National Archives, Washington D.C.

 

A Muster Roll of Capt. Amos Hutchings Company

in the First [sic, Fifth] Regiment of Foot New York Forces in the Service of the United States of Amarica [sic] Commanded by Colonel Lewis Debois [sic, DuBois], For the Month of December 1777.

Commissioned

November 21st 1776

Captain Amos Hutchings on command

 

Do 21st 1776

Ensign Edward Weaver

 

 

Discharged 16 December 1777

 

No

Serjeants [sic]

Appointed

For 3 years

During the War

Remarks

1

Seth Stalk

Febry 12th 1777

 

Ditto

On Comm’d

2

James Pride

August 12, 1776

Ditto

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No

Corprels [sic]

Appointed

For 3 years

During the War

 Remarks

1

John Allison

Febry ?th 1777

 

Ditto

On Commd

2

John Wilson

Do 1st

 

Do

Absent W Leave

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Jasper Allin Dr

February 8th 1777

 

Do

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

John Vactor Fifer

January 1st 1777

 

Do

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[PRIVATES]

 

 

 

 

1

Samuel Langdon

January 1st 177

Do

 

 

2

Abraham Cooper

February 28 1777

 

Do

 

3

John Secor

June 26th 1777 [sic]

 

Do

Absent

4

George Marks

March 4th 1777

 

Do

On Commd

5

Melitiah Weeks

February 20 1777

 

Do

Absent wi’h leave

6

John Rhoad

December 25th 1776

 

Do

 

7

Philip Richard

January 14th 1777

 

Do

 

8

John Wills

Do   20th

Do

 

On Commd

9

John Allison

February 12 1777

 

 

On Commd

 

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