Revolutionary War Military Records, 1776-1824, MS 1146

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Revolutionary War Military Records, 1776-1824
(MS 1146)

Finding Aid to Revolutionary War Military
Records, 1776-1824 (MS 1146)
H. Furlong Baldwin Library of Maryland Historical Society

Collection summary

Title

Revolutionary War Military Collection

Creator

Maryland Continental Line, Maryland Militia, and others

Call number

MS 1146

Inclusive dates

1776-1824

Extent

194 items (8 boxes and 2 oversized folders)

Abstract

Artificial collection of military documents of the American Revolution, primarily troop rolls and accounts for pay and provisions.

 

Administrative summary

Repository

H. Furlong Baldwin Library
Maryland Historical Society
201 W. Monument St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
www.mdhs.org
special_collections@mdhs.org

Access restrictions

Access to this collection is unrestricted

Use restrictions

Permission to publish transcriptions, quotations, or citations must be received in writing from the Special Collections Librarian.

Provenance

The items in this collection were acquired from a variety of sources, mainly from the Maryland Line Papers, purchases, and the Manuscripts Vertical File. Some of these items, it is suspected, are originally from the Scharf Collection, MS. 1999; these items are listed as Appendix A.

Accession number

 

Processing note

Calendar created by Robert S. Coale, March 1979.  Collection re-housed and container list revised 2007.

Scope and Content Note

The collection is divided into six series:  Militia Enlistments, Maryland Line Enlistments, Accounts of Provisions, Pay Accounts and Payrolls, Oaths of Allegiance, and miscellaneous records.

Series 1, Militia Enlistments are Maryland militia papers including enlistments, muster rolls, and rosters.

Series 2, Maryland Line Enlistments are the enlistments, muster rolls, and rosters pertaining to the seven Maryland regiments, the Maryland Artillery, and other regiments attached to the Maryland Line e.g., the German Regiment.  Also included in this section are enlistments, rosters, and muster rolls pertaining to the Flying Camp and the Independent Companies of Maryland.  These items were added to this section because the Flying Camp, the Independent Companies, and Smallwood's Regiment were the nucleus around which the Maryland Line was formed in December 1776.

Series 3, Accounts of Provisions, consists of records of provisions and clothing that were issued to the Maryland Line mainly between 1779 and the end of the war.  The regiments mentioned are the seven Maryland regiments, the Maryland Artillery, Rawling's Regiment, the German Regiment, and detachments of the Maryland Line at Annapolis and Frederick.

Series 4, Pay Accounts and Payrolls, includes documents concerning money transactions from the beginning of the war to the last settlements of pay disputes in the late 1780's.  Most of these items concern the payment of Maryland Continental Troops during and after the war.

Series 5, Oaths of Allegiance, consists of documents signed by the residents of the respective counties.   Cecil, St.  Mary’s, Washington, and Worcester Counties are represented in this collection, as are oaths submitted to the Governor and Council.   See Appendix A below for a detailed inventory of the contents of this series.

Series 6, Miscellaneous records, consists of documents that did not fit comfortably within any of the five series defined above.

Items within each series are arranged by date.

 

Container list

Series 1:  Militia Enlistments

 

 

 

Contents

Date

Box

Folder

Militia Enlistments, Miscellaneous

1776 June 21

L1

1

Enlistments, Baltimore County Militia.

1776 June 21

L1

2

Rosters, Frederick County Militia, Capt. Edward Burgess’s Company

1776 August 7

L1

3

Militia Enlistments - Captain Simon’s Company

1776

F1

1

Militia Muster Roll - Captain William Henry’s Company

1776

1

1

Enlistments, Baltimore County Militia

1776

L1

4

Enlistments, Caroline County Militia

1776

1

2

Enlistments, Charles County Militia

1776

L1

5

Enlistments, Harford County Militia

1776

1

3

Enlistments, Frederick County Militia

1776

1

4

Enlistments, Montgomery County Militia

1776

L1

6

Enlistments, Saint Mary's County Militia

1776

L1

7

Enlistments, Calvert County Militia

circa 1776

F1

2

Enlistments, Cecil County Militia

circa 1776

1

5

Enlistments, Queen Anne's County Militia

circa 1776

1

6

Enlistments, Somerset County Militia

circa 1776

1

7

Enlistments, Talbot County Militia

circa 1776

1

8

Rosters, Washington County Militia

circa 1776

1

9

Enlistments, Washington County Militia

circa 1776

1

10

Enlistments, Dorchester County Militia

1776-1780

1

11

Enlistments, Prince George's County Militia

1776-1780

1

12

Rosters, Saint Mary's County Militia

1776-1780

1

13

Enlistments, Baltimore County Militia

1776-1781

F1

3

Enlistments, Ann Arundel County Militia

circa 1776-1780

1

14

List of Officers, Queen Anne's County Militia

1777

1

15

Militia Muster Roll, Captain John Kersham's Company Guarding Prisoners at Fort Frederick, Maryland

1777-1778

L1

8

Rosters and Returns, Caroline County Militia

1777-1780

1

16

Rosters, Frederick County Militia

1777-1780

L1

9

Enlistments, Montgomery County Militia

1777-1780

1

17

Rosters, Worcester County Militia Companies

1777-1780

1

18

Rosters, Cecil County Militia

circa 1778

1

19

Rosters, Kent County Militia

circa 1778

1

20

Rosters and Rolls, Somerset County Militia

circa 1778

1

21

Rosters, Dorchester County Militia

circa 1778

1

22

Rosters and Commissions, Anne Arundel County Militia

1778-1780

1

23

Rosters, Harford County Militia

1778-1781

1

24

Rosters, Montgomery County Militia

1779-1780

1

25

Rosters and Rolls of Charles County Militia Companies

circa 1779-1780

1

26

Baltimore City Militia (Baltimoretown)

1779-1781

1

27

Pensioners, List of

circa 1780-1813

1

28

Rosters, Talbot County Militia

1781

1

29

List of Officers of the Militia of Maryland Counties; appointments and requests for commissions.

[1794]

1

30

Appointments in the Militia of Maryland

circa 1794

1

31

Officers Removed from the Militia Rolls of Maryland

1798

1

32

Militia Officers, Maryland

1799 August 1

1

33

Appointments, Militia Officers

1803-1816

2

1

Enlistments and Appointments, Captain Levy Phillip's Company of Volunteers

1807 September-October

2

2

Enlistments, 35th Regiment Maryland Militia

1807 November 7

2

3

Detachments, Maryland Militia Detail of

1814 July

2

4

Appointments, Militia Officers

1824 May-September

2

5

Return of Officers who have Returned to the Adjutant Generals Office

1824 September 2

2

6

Militia Muster Rolls (St. Mary's County)

circa 1780

F1

4

Series 2: Maryland Line Enlistments

 

 

 

Contents

Date

Box

Folder

Muster Roll, 1st Company Smallwood's Battalion

1776 January 3

OS

1

Muster Roll, 2nd Company Smallwood's Battalion

1776 January 3

OS

1

Muster Roll, 3rd Company Smallwood's Battalion

1776 January 3

OS

1

Muster Roll, 4th Company Smallwood's Battalion

1776 January 3

OS

1

Muster Roll, 7th Company Smallwood's Battalion

1776 January 3

OS

1

Muster Roll, 3rd Independent Company

1776 January 5

L1

10

Muster Roll, 6th Independent Company

1776 January 5

OS

1

Muster Roll, Captain E. Tillard's Company Third Battalion, Maryland Flying Camp

1776 June-December

L1

11

Muster Roll, Captain R. Bowie's Company Third Battalion, Maryland Flying Camp

1776 June-December

L1

12

Enlistments, Maryland Flying Camp

1776 July-August

2

7

Enlistments, Maryland Flying Camp from Charles County

1776 July-December

2

8

Flying Camp, Weekly Return of the First Regiment of Foot

1776 November

2

9

Enlistments, Maryland Flying Camp from Baltimore County

1776

2

10

Enlistments, Maryland Flying Camp from Frederick County

1776

2

11

Enlistments, Maryland Flying Camp from Kent County

1776

L1

13

Enlistments, Maryland Flying Camp from Queen Anne's County

1776

2

12

Enlistments, Maryland Flying Camp from Saint Mary's County

1776

2

13

Enlistments, Maryland Flying Camp from Harford County

1776

2

14

Return, Captain Solomon Long's Independent Company

1776

F1

5

Muster Roll, Captain James Young's Company Second Battalion, Flying Camp

1776

F1

6

Musters of Maryland Troops (A-N)

1776-1780

L1

14

Musters of Maryland Troops (O-Y)

1776-1780

L1

15

Musters of Maryland Troops

circa 1776-1780

F1

7

Muster Roll, Captain Eccleston's Company, Second Maryland Regiment

1777

2

15

Enlistments, Maryland Line

1777

2

16

Muster Roll of Officers, 5th Regiment Maryland Line

circa 1777

F1

8

Return of Non-commissioned Officers and Soldiers dropped from the rolls of the 5th Maryland Regiment

1778 Feb

2

17

Muster Roll, Captain Jonathan Morris' Company 7th Maryland Regiment

1778 November-December

L1

16

Enlistments, Maryland Line from Calvert County

1778

2

18

List of Marylanders who served in Lee's Partisan Corps (Legion)

1778-1780

2

19

Enlistments, Maryland Line from Saint Mary's County

1778-1780

F1

9

Enlistments, Maryland Line from Charles County

1778-1780

F1

10

Enlistments, Maryland Line from Montgomery County

1778-1781

L1

17

Draughts, Enlistments, and Substitutes, Maryland Line from Prince George's County

1778-1781

L1

18

Enlistments, Maryland Line from Dorchester County

1778-1781

2

20

Enlistments, Maryland Line from Frederick County

1778-1783

L1

19

Muster Roll, Captain Baytop's Artillery Company

1779 June

2

21

Return of Non-commissioned Officers and Soldiers dropped from the rolls of the 3rd Maryland Regiment

1779 October

2

22

Muster Roll, Captain Henry Gaither's Company 1st Maryland Regiment

1779 December

L1

20

Muster Roll, Captain Jonathan Morris' Company 7th Maryland Regiment

1780 January

2

23

Roster, Captain John Gale's Company 2nd Maryland Regiment

1780 April

L1

21

List of Recruits, Maryland Line from Ann Arundel County

1780

2

24

Enlistments, Maryland Line from Somerset County

1780

2

25

Enlistments, Maryland Line from Washington County

1780

2

26

Enlistments, Maryland Line from Worcester County

1780

2

27

Recruits, Maryland Line, with a list of Deserters taken up

1780

F1

11

Enlistments, Maryland Line from Queen Anne's County

1780-1785

2

28

Arrangement of the Maryland Line

1781

2

29

Enlistments, Maryland Line

1781

2

30

Continental Army, Maryland Militia serving in

1781

F1

12

Militia Return, Select (to serve in Md. Line)

[1781]

2

31

List of Marylanders who served in 1st Partisan Legion (Pulaski's Legion, Armand's Partisan Corps)

1783

2

32

Register of the Transfers of the Maryland Line

1785

F1

13

Series 3: Accounts of Provisions

 

 

 

Contents

Date

Box

Folder

Payment to Officers of Smallwood's Regiment

1776

2

33

Clothing Materials Issued to Officers of the Maryland Line

1776-1779

2

34

Inspection Returns of Clothing from the Maryland Line and Others

1778-1781

L1

22

Account of Provisions Furnished to Maryland Troops

circa 1778-1784

F1

14

Officers, a List of whom received Cash in lieu of Clothing

1779

2

35

Account of Provisions Issued to Continental Troops at Annapolis

1779-1780

2

36

Maryland Line, Accounts of Clothing Issued to Officers

1780 January-May

L1

23

Supply Ledger, Maryland Line

1780

2

37

Accounts of Provisions Issued to Maryland Line at Annapolis

1780-1781

2

38

Issue Book, Sugar, Rum, and Coffee

1780-1782

F1

15

Account of Provisions Issued to Continental Troops at Frederick

1781

F1

16

Issue Book, Maryland Line Troops

1781-1782

3

1

Issue Book, Maryland Line Troops

1782-1784

3

2

Maryland Line, Account of Clothing Issued at Frederick

1783 January-October

F1

17

Series 4:  Pay Accounts

 

 

 

Contents

Date

Box

Folder

Officer's Accounts with the State of Maryland

1776

3

3

Maryland Line Payroll, Captain Harrison's Company, 6th Maryland Regiment

1777

3

4

Payroll Sixth Maryland Regiment

1777 - 1778

3

5

Account, Pulaski's Legion of Armand's Partisan Corps

1778 April-May

3

6

Settlements and Accounts, Committee of Claims

1778

3

7

Commissary's Account of Receipts

1778-1779

F1

18

Accounts of General Smallwood with the State of Maryland

1779

L1

24

German Regiment Payroll, Captain Christian Meyer's Company

1779 July-October

3

8

Payroll Differential, Officers of the 1st Maryland Regiment

1779

3

9

Payroll of Maryland Troops

circa 1780

F2

1

Soldiers of the Maryland Line Entitled to Depreciation Pay

circa 1780

F2

2

Return of the 15% Tax, Tobacco Tax, and the Cash paid for Recruits and Deserters, and Certificates given for Extra Supply

circa 1780

F2

3

Maryland Line, Return of Officers

circa 1780

3

10

Maryland Line Payroll

1780 August- 1781 January

F2

4

Payroll of Officers of the Maryland Line

1780 August- 1781 January

F2

5

Maryland Line, Five Months pay to Privates and Officers

1780 August- 1781 January

3

11

Payment to Soldiers' Wives, Anne Arundel County Court

1780-1781

F2

6

Pensions Paid to Distressed Soldiers and Wives, Western Shore

1780-1784

OS

2

Payroll, Captain P. Graybill's Company, German Regiment

1781 April

L1

25

Receipts for Pay Due

1781

3

12

Soldiers of the Maryland Line who have not received Depreciation Certificates

circa 1781

F2

7

Cash Paid the Maryland Line since the Year 1781

circa 1781

F2

8

Maryland Line Payroll, Depreciation Pay Receipts

1781-1782

3

13

Maryland Line Depreciation Pay

1781-1784

3

14

Payroll of Maryland Troops

1781-1785

F2

9

Misc. Accounts of the Maryland Line

1781-1788

3

15

General Smallwood's Account

1782

3

16

Accounts of Pay Due Sundry Non-commissioned Officers and Privates of the Maryland Line for the Year

1782

L1

26

A Pay List for the Officers and Men of the Barges

1782

F2

10

An Account of Pay Due the Non-commissioned Officers and Privates of the Maryland Line from,

1782-1783

L1

27

Accounts of Military Expenses

1782-1784

F2

11

Account Book, Intendent's Office

1782-1784

F2

12

Maryland Line, Payment due Officers and Privates of, for Services 1780-1781

1783 January 24

L1

28

Alphabetical List of Soldiers Paid

1783

F3

1

Maryland Line, Account of Pay Due

circa 1783 December

F3

2

Account of Advances Against the Officers of the Maryland Line

circa 1783

3

17

Payroll of Maryland Troops

circa 1783

F3

3

Maryland Line Payroll

1783-1785

3

18

Pensions or Halfpay to Officers and Soldiers

1785 November

4

1

Maryland Line, Overpayment of Depreciation Accounts

1785

F3

4

Maryland Line, List of Men to be Paid

1785-1787

4

2

Receipt Book for Final Settlement Certificates, Maryland Line

1786-1793

F3

5

Receipt for Pay due. Alexander West 2nd Maryland Regiment

1788 August 1

4

3

Revolutionary War, List of Depreciation Certificates

1789

4

4

Stoppages for the Advances by the State of Maryland from Depreciation Accounts, Maryland Line and Others

circa 1790

F3

6

Stoppages for the Advances to the Officers of the Maryland Line from Accounts of the United States

circa 1790

F3

7

Depreciation Pay Issued under a Resolution Assembly

1791 November

4

5

Civil List of Halfpay to Officers and Soldiers

1793-1794

4

6

Pay Due Soldiers of the Maryland Line

circa 1794

4

7

Balances Due Non-commissioned Officers and Privates of the Maryland Line

circa 1794

4

8

Officers Pay Account

undated

4

9

Series 5:  Oaths of Allegiance

 

 

 

Contents

Date

Box

Folder

Ann Arundel County Oaths of Allegiance

1777-1778

4

10

Oaths of Allegiance--Miscellaneous

1778

4

11

Cecil County Oaths of Allegiance

1778

4

12

Montgomery County Oaths of Allegiance

1778

4

13

Saint Mary's County Oaths of Allegiance

1778

4

14

Worcester County Oaths of Allegiance

1778

4

15

Washington County Oaths of Allegiance

1778-1779

4

16

Series 6:  Miscellaneous Items

 

 

 

Contents

Date

Box

Folder

Enlistments by Virtue of a Warrant, Baltimore County

1776

4

17

Muster Roll, 1st Company of Matrosses

1776

L1

29

Roster of Soldiers

circa 1776

F3

8

Council of Saftey Records, Abstracts of Correspondence

1776-1777

4

18

Enlistments, Calvert County

1776-1778

4

19

Miscellaneous Accounts

1776-1783

F3

9

Accounts of Militia Payments

1776-1787

F3

10

Derserter List

1778

4

20

Savanah, Casualties received by the 3rd South Carolina Regiment at,

1779 January 9

4

21

Lists of Commissions and Dates

[1779]

4

22

Militia of Maryland, Constitution

1780

4

23

John Murdock to Governer of Maryland

1781 August 13

4

24

Excuses from the Draft

1781

4

25

Maryland Militia, Discharge and Pay Data

1781

4

26

Muster Roll, Maryland Loyalists

1782 April 25

L1

30

Accounts of Recruiting Officers of the Maryland Line

1782

OS

2

List of British Prisoners

1783 May 4

4

27

 

Appendix A:  Oaths of Fidelity

MdHR M 3218

Microfilmed by the

Maryland Hall of Records (Maryland State Archives)

83 759 - 11/16/82

The Oath of Fidelity was instituted by Laws of Maryland 1777, Chapter 20, An Act for the Better Security of Government.  Every free male 18 years and older was required to subscribe to an oath renouncing the King of England and to pledge allegiance to the revolutionary government of Maryland.   Oaths were administered by the magistrates of each county before March 1, 1778.   One list of those who subscribed to the oath was to be kept at the county court and another sent to the governor and Council in Annapolis.

The lists from MS 1146 of individuals who took the oath are those which were sent to Annapolis.   These were collected by J.  Thomas Scharf from the surviving records of the governor and Council.   The collection is significant since the Oaths of Fidelity for St.  Mary's and Washington counties have not survived among the records of their respective county courts.

Related materials in this collection are certificates of individuals who subscribed to the oath required by Congress. An individual in federal service was supposed to send a certificate of having taken the oath of allegiance to Congress to the governor of the state in which he was a resident. The governor was then to transmit the certificates to Congress.

Finally, there are several Oaths of Fidelity administered by Maryland's governor and Council and depositions by citizens who had failed to take the Oath before March 1, 1778.

 

Locality

Date

MSA reference

Cecil County

 

Elihu Hall's Return

March, 1778

MdHR M 3218-1

Thomas Bouldin's Return

March, 1778

MdHR M 3218-2

John Leach Knight's Return

March, 1778

MdHR M 3218-3

John Veazey's Return

March, 1778

MdHR M 3218-4

Samuel Miller's Return

March, 1778

MdHR M 3218-5

Richard Bond's Return

March, 1778

MdHR M 3218-6

Joseph Gilpin's Return

March 1, 1778

MdHR M 3218-7

Stephen Hyland's Return

March 1, 1778

MdHR M 3218-8

Cecil County, East and West Nottingham Hundreds

 

Timothy Kirk's Return

March 2, 1778

MdHR M 3218-9

James Maxwell's Return

March 2, 1778

MdHR M 3218-10

John Cox's Return

March 2, 1778

MdHR M 3218-11

John Ward Veazey's Return

March 2, 1778

MdHR M 3218-12

David Smith's Return

March 2, 1778

MdHR M 3218-13

John Ward's Return

March 2, 1778

MdHR M 3218-14

Tobias Rudolph's Return

March 2, 1778

MdHR M 3218-15

Amos Alexander's Return

March 2, 1778

MdHR M 3218-16

John Dockery Thompson's Return

March 2, 1778

MdHR M 3218-17

Samuel Glenn's Return

March 4, 1778

MdHR M 3218-18

St. Mary's County

 

Robert Armstrong's Return

February 28, 1778

MdHR M 3218-19

Bennett Biscoe's Return

March, 1778

MdHR M 3218-20

Jennifer Taylor's Return

March, 1778

MdHR M 3218-21

Henry G. Sothoron's Return

March, 1778

MdHR M 3218-22

Jeremiah Jordan's Return

March 1, 1778

MdHR M 3218-23

Vernon Hebb's Return

March 1, 1778

MdHR M 3218-24

Richard Barnes's Return

March 2, 1778

MdHR M 3218-25

Henry Tubman's Return

March 2, 1778

MdHR M 3218-26

Robert Watt's Return

March 2, 1778

MdHR M 3218-27

John Ireland's Return

March 2, 1778

MdHR M 3218-28

Ignatius Fenwick, Jr.'s Return

March 3, 1778

MdHR 3218-29

John Reeder's Return

March 3, 1778

MdHR M 3218-30

Henry Reeder's Return

March 4, 1778

MdHR M 3218-31

John Shank's Return

March 4, 1778

MdHR M 3218-32

Worcester County

 

Joshua Townsend's Return

February 28, 1778

MdHR M 3218-46

Washington County

 

John Barnes's Return

February 28, 1778

MdHR M 3218-33

Washington County, Lower Old Town Hundred

 

Samuel Barritt's Return

March, 1778

MdHR M 3218-34

Henry Schnebly's Return

March, 1778

MdHR M 3218-35

John Stull's Return

March, 1778

MdHR M 3218-36

Washington County, Linton and Frederick Hundreds

 

William Yates's Return

March, 1778

MdHR M 3218-37

Richard Davis's Return

March, 1778

MdHR M 3218-38

Samuel Hughes's Return

March 1, 1778

MdHR M 3218-39

Andrew Bruce's Return

March 2, 1778

MdHR M 3218-40

Washington County, Sharpsburg and Lower Antietam Hundreds

 

Christopher Cross's Return

March 2, 1778

MdHR M 3218-41

Andrew Rentch's Return

March 2, 1778

MdHR M 3218-42

Joseph Sprigg's Return

April 1, 1778

MdHR M 3218-43

Washington County, Upper Old Town Hundred

 

Samuel Barritt's Certificate

March 16, 1778

MdHR M 3218-44

Dunkards and Mennonite Book, Joseph Chaplin's Return

April 17, 1779

MdHR M 3218-45

Governor and Council (Certificates of Subscription to the Oath of Allegiance to the Congress)

 

Certificate of Thomas Harwood

February 23, 1778

MdHR M 3218-47

Certificate of Jonathan Hudson

Undated

MdHR M 3218-48

Certificate of Thomas Richardson and Nicholas Lingan

February 27, 1778

MdHR M 3218-49

Certificate of Dr. Walter Smith, Jr. and Richard Henly Courts.

May 11, 1778

MdHR M 3218-50

Certificate of Edward Fox

June 16, 1778

MdHR M 3218-51

Form of Certificate of Subscription to the Oath of Fidelity Administered by Governor and Council

March, 1778

MdHR M 3218-52

Governor and Council (Oaths of Fidelity)

 

Matthias Bordley (Published in Archives of Maryland, Volume 21, p. 287)

January 29, 1779

MdHR M 3218-53

Richard Thomas, Gerrard Hopkins, William Hopkins, John Plummer, and Richard Waters (Published in Archives of Maryland, Volume 21 pp. 13, 16, 22, and 28)

April, 1778

MdHR M 3218-54

Allen Quynn to Council, Depositions of individuals who had failed to take the Oath of Fidelity

March 2, 1778

MdHR M 3218-55

 

Appendix B:  items “previously thought to be in the Scharf Collection, MS 1999”

Item

Original box

Jan-Oct 1783 Maryland Line, Account of Clothing Issued at Frederick

9

1778 Nov-Dec Muster Roll, Captain Jonathan Morris' Company 7th Maryland Regiment

9

ca. 1776-1780 Musters of Maryland Troops

3

1785 Register of the Transfers of the Maryland Line

3

1780 Recruits, Maryland Line with a list of Derserters taken up

3

1776 Officers' Account with the State of Maryland

5

ca. 1783 Account of Advances against the Officers of the Maryland Line

5

1782-1784 Accounts of Military Expenses

5

ca. 1780 Payroll of Maryland Troops

6

1780, Aug 1-1781, Jan 1 Maryland Line Payroll

6

1781 Receipts for Pay due

6

Alphabetical List of Soldiers Paid

6

ca, 1783, Dec Maryland Line Account of Pay due

6

ca. 1783 Payroll of Maryland Troops

6

1781-1784 Maryland Line Depreciation Pay

6

1781-1785 Payroll of Maryland Troops

7

1783-1785 Maryland Line Payroll

7

1785, Nov Pensions or Halfpay to Officers and Soldiers

7

1781 Maryland Militia, Discharge and Pay Data

8

1776-1780 Musters of Maryland Troops (A-N)

9

1776-1780 Musters of Maryland Troops (O-Y)

9

1793-1794 Civil List of Halfpay to Officers and Soldiers

7

1807 Sept-Oct Enlistments and Appointments, Captain Levy Phillip's Company of Volunteers

2

1778-1780 Enlistments, Maryland Line from Charles County

3

1779 Payroll Differential Officers of 1st Maryland Regiment

6

1781 Arrangement of the Maryland Line

3

1824, Sept 2 Return of Officers who have Returned to the Adjuntant Generals Office

2

1814, July Detachments, Maryland Miltia, Detail of

2

1780-1813 Pensioners, List of

2

1803-1816 Appointments, Militia Officers

2

1799, Aug 1 Militia Officers, Maryland

2

1776, Jun-Dec Muster Roll, Captain R. Bowie's Company 3rd Battalion Flying Camp

9

1776, Jun-Dec Muster Roll, Captain E. Tilliard's Company 3rd Battalion Flying Camp

9

1777-1778 Militia Muster Roll, Captain John Kersham's Company Guarding Prisoners at Fort Frederick, Md.

9

ca. 1776 Rosters Washington County Militia, (first four items only; Capt. Samuel Hughe's Co., Capt. [Conrad] Hogmire's Co., Capt. [Michael] Fracklers Co., Capt. Charles Clinton's Co.)

1

1777-1778 Rosters, Frederick County Militia (first item, Capt. Burges' Muster Roll)

2

1777-1778 Rosters, Worchester County Militia Companies (first ten items; Capt. John Pope Mitchell's Co., Capt. John Coe's Co., Capt. Benjamin Dennis' Co., Capt. William Handy's Co., Capt. Samuel Horseys Co., Capt. Issac Houston's Co., Capt. Philip Quinton's Co., Capt. John Rackliffe's Co., Capt. Elihue Briddel's Co., and Capt. Charles Bennet's Co.)

2

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