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A Muster Roll of a Company of Bakers in the Service of the Untied States of America under the Command of John Torrey, Director
Note: do means [ditto]

Appointed April 3, 1778

John Torrey, Director

 

Do 28 do

Josiah Richardson sub do

 

Appointed

Foreman

For What Term

Remarks

April 9, 1778

Samuel Motley

One Year

 

Do 20

Edward Pell

Do

 

May 1

Thomas Shepard

Do

 

 

Inlisted

 

Privates

 

 

 

Michael Bawer

Do

 

 

Frederick Christian

Do

 

May 1

Jacob Canada

Do

 

 

Adam Foot

Do

On Comm’d at Gen’l Washingtons

 

John Harff

Do

 

 

Adam Hendle

Do

 

June 24

John Henning

Do

 On furlough by Director

 

Jack Kisner

Do

[? ?] for 3 days

Appointed

Foreman

For What Term

Remarks

 

Cutlip Stromback

One year

 

 

Josiah Henning

Six mos

 

Inlisted

Private

 

 

 

Paul Stromsel

One Year

 

 

Frederick Schenumkesal

do

 

May 1

Alexander Touch

do

 

Do

Leavt Thaxter

do

 

20

Francis Munro

do

Inlisted in Col. Hazens Regt

Do

Joseph Voitrey

do

July 23    do     do

Do

James Butten

do

Do           do    24th

Do

Francis Mulet

do

Do           do

Danbury October 2, 1778, Mustered then the above Company, as specified in the above Roll.----
Jacob Jn Lansing DC Musters
We do swear that the within Muster Roll is a true State of the Company without fraud to the United States or any Individual according to the best of our Knowledge.
Jno Torrey Director
Sworn before me in Camp this 3d day of Oct’r 1778.  Moses Hazen, Col.—Comdg Gen. Poor’s Brigade
SOURCE: Revolutionary War Rolls, l1775-1783, Series M246, Roll 122, Quartermaster Dept. National Archives, Washington, D.C.

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