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JOHN NEW, RWPA #W13758. He was born in Wrentham Township, Norfolk County,Massachusetts on September 3, 1751. His file contains a Family Bible Record. He served in CaptainFrederick Pope's Company of Colonel Paul Sergeant's Regiment.

JOHN NEW, RWPA #S18999. He served in Captain Simeon Lanard'’s Company of the FourthMassachusetts Regiment [Colonel ____ Sheppard’s Regiment] and was a witness to the hanging ofMajor John Andre in 1780.

JOHANNES NOORSTRANT, RWPA #R7688. He married the home of Reverend Barent Vroomanin the City of Schenectady, Schenectady County, New York on May 10, 1777. He died in PubleTownship, Courtlandt County, New York on August 10, 1826. He served in Captain Benjamin James'Company of the Haverstraw Precinct Regiment of Orange County Militia [Colonel Anne HawkesHay's Regiment].

DENNIS NORKETT, RWPA #S43085. He served in Captain [ ] Anivee's Company of theCongressional Regiment from 1780 to 1783.

DAVID NORTON, RWPA #S14036. He served in Captain Samuel Gallier's Company of theConnecticut Militia, and states that in the spring of 1780, he was one of those who were ordered torelieve the Skeensborough Settlement, which was also now known as Whitehall, and was thereambushed by a party of Indians and held prisoner-of-war until the war's end. He states there were onemilitiaman and two inhabitants of Skeensborough killed at the time of his capture. His file containsa deposition by Jethro Norton.

GEORGE NORTON, RWPA #S43088. He served as a sergeant in the Second New YorkRegiment. James Seats states he served in the New York Line with Norton and was discharged at thetime as George. George fought in the Battle of Monmouth.

GILBERT OGDEN, RWPA #R7770. He served in Captain Jonathan Piercy's Company of theMiddle Regiment of Westchester County Militia [Colonel Thomas Thomas' Regiment]. His filecontains a deposition by Obadiah Ogden.

OBADIAH OGDEN, RWPA #S11154. He married in the Town of Ballston, Saratoga County, NewYork on March 4, 1798 Martha [ ]. He died in the Town of Luzrene, Warren County, New York onNovember 10, 1846. He served in Captain Jonathon Fundy's Company of the Middle Regiment ofWestchester County Militia [Colonel Thomas Thomas' Regiment]. His file contains a deposition byGilbert Ogden.

JOHN ONDERDIRK, RWPA #S28831. He served in Captain Warner's Company of Hoosick andSchaghtecook District Regiment of Albany County Militia [Colonel John Van Rensselaer's Regiment].

ANDREAS ONDERDONK, RWPA #W15844. He served in Captain [sic: Second LieutenantMarcus] Coon's Company of the First Rensselaerwyck District Regiment of Albany County Militia[Colonel Francis Nichol's Regiment].

DANIEL ONDERDONK, RWPA #W21869. He served in Captain Johannes Bell's Company of theLower (Orange Town) Regiment of Orange County Militia [Colonel Abraham Lent's Regiment].

GARRETT ONDERDONK, RWPA #S23830. He served in Captain Jacob Onderdonk's Companyof the Haverstraw Precinct Regiment of Orange County Militia [Colonel Anne Hawkes Hay'sRegiment].

JACOB ONDERDONK, RWPA #W17525. He served in the Haverstraw Precinct Regiment ofOrange County Militia [Colonel Ann Hawkes Hays' Regiment].

JAMES ONDERDONK, RWPA #R16843. His file contains a Family Bible Record. He served inthe Haverstraw Precinct Regiment of Orange County Militia [Colonel Anne Hawkes Hay's Regiment].

JOHN ONDERDONK, RWPA #R7806. He served in Captain Hendrick Tenure's Company of theHaverstraw Precinct Regiment of Orange County Militia [Colonel Anne Hawkes Hay's Regiment].

THOMAS ONDERDONK, RWPA #W19254. John House states Thomas served in Captain [ ]Betts' Company of Colonel Lewis Dubois' Regiment. House was from Rockland County, New York.

JOHN ONDERKIRK, RWPA #S28834. He died on April 21, 1838. His file contains a depositionby Abraham Traux. Alida Traux, Bartholomew Clute, Peter Onderkirk, and John Corl state theyremember John serving in Captain Adeer's Company of Batteaumen.

KRYN OOSTERHOUDT, RWPA #W19944. He was born in Rochester Township, Ulster County,New York on April 18, 1758. He married in Rochester Township, Ulster County, New York in thefall of 1784, Jane [——]. He died on February 8, 1835. He served in The Northern Ulster CountyRegiment [Colonels Johannes Hardenburgh’s] and Lieutenant Colonel Albert Pawling’s Regiment.He speaks of an Indian Raid on the Ulster County Settlements in 1779. His file contains depositionsby John DePuy, Junior and Cornelius Quick.

TUNIS OOSTERHOUDT, RWPA #W19947. He married in Saugerties Township, Ulster County,New York on June 30, 1781, Marjtie Lowe. He died on May 4, 1826. His widow died on May 4,1845. The Comptroller’s Records list him as a corporal in the Second Company of the New PaltzTownship Company [Captain Jacob Hasbrouck Junior’s Company] of the Third Regiment of UlsterCounty Militia [Colonel Levi Pawling’s Regiment].

WILLIAM OOSTERHOUDT, RWPA #S11165. He was born in Saugerties Township, UlsterCounty, New York in 1757. He mentions serving in the Shandaken Fort. His file contains depositionsby John Brink, Wilhelmus Emrick, and Abraham D. Lowe. The Comptroller’s Records show him asa private in Cornelius D. Wynkoop’s Regiment [the Fourth New York Regiment].

JAMES ORCUTT, RWPA #W21872. He was born on January 17, 1754. His file contains a FamilyBible record. He served in Captain Asa Cook's Company of Dorset District Regiment of CharlotteCounty Militia.

SAMUEL OSBURN, RWPA #S14062. He was born in Cortlandt Manor Township, WestchesterCounty, New York in 1762. He served in Captain Henry Strang's Company of the Manor of CortlandtRegiment of Westchester County Militia [Colonel Samuel Drake's Regiment]. His file containsdepositions by Michael Hinard and Elias Clapp.

ELIAS OSTERHOUDT, RWPA #W19949. He was born on March 11, 1760. He married, per therecords of the Saugarties Reformed Church of Ulster County, New York on May 16, 1781, CatharineCarle. He died on April 24, 1831. Catharine was born on June 21, 1762, and died on September 3,1836. He served as a private in Captain John L. DeWitt's Company of Colonel Johannis Snyder'sRegiment. He also served in Captain Robert Hunter’s Company of Colonel Albert Pawling’sRegiment of Levies. His file contains depositions by John C. Brink, Wilhelmus Emrich, and Peter J.Winne.

HENRY OSTERHOUDT, RWPA #W19943. He married in the home of Garret Constable of theTown of Hurley, Dutchess County, New York on January 19, 1785 Sarah Crispell, a daughter ofJohn Crispell. He died at Milford in the Town of Oneaota, Otsego County, New York. He died inOctober of 1825. He served a tour in Cornelius D. Wynkoop's Regiment [The Fourth New York].He also served as a private in Colonel Philip Van Courtlandt's Regiment [The Second New YorkRegiment]. His file contains depositions by Garret Constable and Andries Davis.

HENRY T. OSTERHOUDT, RWPA #W26607. He was born in the Town of Rochester, UlsterCounty, New York in 1765. He married, per the records of the Dutch Reformed Church ofWawarsing Township, Ulster County, New York, on April 3, 1830, Mariah [——]. He died onOctober 24, 1842. He served in Lieutenant Colonel Frederick Weisenfelt's Regiment of Levies. Hisfile contains a deposition by Peter Kettle.

KRYN OSTERHOUDT, RWPA #W19944. His file contains a Family Bible record. He served asa private in the Town of Paltz’s Company [Captain John Haasbrouck's Company] of the ThirdRegiment of Ulster County Militia [Lieutenant Colonel Johannes Hardenburg's Regiment].

TUNIS OSTERHOUDT, RWPA #W19947. He served as a sergeant in Captain Dirk Westbrook'sCompany of Colonel Albert Pawling's Regiment of Levies.

WILLIAM OSTERHOUDT, RWPA #S11165. He was born in the Town of Saugerties, UlsterCounty, New York in 1757. He served as a private in Captain Moses Cantine's Company of the Firstor Northern District Regiment of Ulster County Militia.

ISAAC OSTERHOUT, RWPA #S43758. He states he served in the First and Third New YorkRegiments and took part in the Sullivan Campaign of 1779. His file contains a discharge signed byGeneral George Washington, though he can not be found in the Comptroller’ Records.

HENRY OSTRANDER, RWPA #W16667. He was born on October 10, 1754. He married in theTown of Fishkill, Dutchess County, New York in October, 1779 Martha Nicholson. He died in theTown of Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York on January 26, 1830. His file contains a FamilyBible Record. He served as a private in Captain James Rosencrantz's Company of the Fifth New YorkRegiment and was taken by the British while at Fort Montgomery in October of 1777. He also foughtin the Battle of Newton.

HENRY OSTRANDER, RWPA #W20284. He was born on September 24, 1756. He married MaryGoeway. He served as a private during the war in Captain John Van Wie's Company of ColonelJohannes Synder's Regiment. His file contains a Family Bible record. His file also contains a documentdated August 4, 1776. His file contains depositions by Lieutenant John Ostrander's daughter, SarahKilmore; George Sharp; and Peter Conker.

MOSES OSTRANDER, RWPA #W19945. He married in the Town of Fishkill, Dutchess County,New York on January 12, 1784 Margaret Montfoort. He served in Captain Gilbert I. Livingston'sCompany of Colonel Albert Pawling's Regiment of Levies.

PETER OSTRANDER, RWPA #W19946. He married Christina Houghtaling. He served as aprivate in Captain Theodisius Fowler's Company of the Second New York Regiment. His file containsdepositions by Jonathon David, John Stanton, Jacob Hallebbeck, Peter Houghtaling, Cesar Egberts,and Ephriam Barton.

THOMAS OSTRANDER, RWPA #W19942. He married in the home of his bride's father in theTown of Fishkill, Dutchess County, New York on November 11, 1783 Elizabeth Smith, a daughterof Joshua Smith. He died on September 1, 1816. His file contains a Family Bible record. His widowstates he served as a lieutenant in Lieutenant Colonel Marinus Willett's Company of the Third NewYork Regiment. His file contains a receipt for his pay dated Fort Constitution March 28, 1777. Healso served as a lieutenant in the Corps of Levies raised March 13, 1779.

WILLIAM OSTRANDER, RWPA #S22925. He was born at Livingston's Manor in DutchessCounty, New York in 1759. He married Maria Blumis. He states he served as a private in CaptainThomas DeWitt's Company of the Third New York Regiment. His file contains depositions byWilliam Kerr and Jacob Ostrander.

JACOB OTIS, RWPA #S14067. His file contains a weekly return for Captain Abraham Nayburn'sCompany of Colonel [ ] Stearn's Regiment in June of 1778.

JUSTUS OVERTON, RWPA #S23349. He states he served in the Fourth New York Regiment.

JOHN PARISH, RWPA #S23359.** He was born in Philip's Patent, Dutchess County, New Yorkin 1751. He served as a private under Second Lieutenant Johannes Best of the Manor of LivingstonRegiment of Albany County Militia [Major Henry Livingston's Regiment. He speaks in his file of theconflict between General Philip Schuyler and General Horatio Gates over the Saratoga Campaign.

SAMUEL PARKS, RWPA #S32434. He served as a private in Captain James Talmadge's Companyof the Charlotte Precinct Regiment of Dutchess County Militia [Colonel Roswell Hopkins’Regiment].

 

BENJAMIN PARMENTER, RWPA #W21899. He was a brother of John Parmenter. He marriedon October 28, 1784. He died on May 11, 1832. He served as a private in Captain Joshua Stanton'sCompany of Colonel Seth Warner Regiment of Additional Continentals. He served in the Siege ofMontreal and was present at Burgoyne's Surrender. His file contains a deposition by JohnPalmentan[?].

ISAIAH PARR, RWPA #S41939. He served as a sergeant in Captain [ ] Blount's Company ofColonel John Lamb's Regiment of Artillerymen and fought in the Battles of Trenton, Brandywine,Germantown, Great Bridge, and Monmouth, New Jersey (under Colonel [ ] Clark).

MATHIAS PARR, RWPA #S46402. He served as a private in Captain [ ] Smith's Company [sic]of the Second New York Regiment. He does appear in the State Comptroller’s Records as a memberof the Second New York Regiment

RICHARD PEACOCK, RWPA #S9507. He served as a private in Captain [ ] Stevenson'sCompany of Colonel [ ] Harrison's Regiment in the New York City theater.

PHINEAS PEASE, RWPA #S17630. He served in Captain Isaac Bostwick's Company of Colonel[ ] Webb's Regiment of Connecticut Troops.

ABIJAH PECK, RWPA #S14153. He was born in Greenwich, [ ] County, Connecticut on April3, 1758. He served as a private in Captain Abraham Mead's Company in the New York City area.

GARRET PECK, RWPA #S28143. He was age 27, when pensioned by the Congressional Act ofApril 22, 1786 for the loss of his right eye in a battle on October 18, 1782. He served as a private inCaptain [George] Sharp's Company [sic] of the Third New York Regiment [sic: The FourthRensselaerwyck Manor of Albany County Militia [Colonel Stephen J. Schuyler’s Regiment].

JOSEPH PECK, RWPA #R8064. He was born in the Town of Courtlandt's Manor, WestchesterCounty, New York on November 13, 1763, a son of Oliver Peck and an older brother of Oliver Peck[sic]. He served in Captain George Brickendorf's Company of the Rombout District Regiment ofDutchess County Militia [Colonel Abraham Brickendorf's Regiment].

JEBEDIAH PEEK, RWPA #W16674. He served in Colonel John Lamb's Artillery.

JOHN PEEK, RWPA #R8055. He married in the Town of Marlborough, Ulster County, New Yorkon September 14, 1777 Hannah [ ]. He served as a private in Captain Henry Dubois' Company of theSecond New York Regiment.

FREEMAN PERRY, RWPA #S14121. He was born in Ridgefield Township, Fairfield County,Connecticut. He states he served as a private in Captain [Azer] Barnum's Company of Colonel [ ]Swartout's Regiment. He also served as a private in Captain [ ] Morton's Company of ColonelCornelius Humphrey's Regiment of Dutchess County Militia.

JOHN PERRY, RWPA #R8129. He was also known as Johannes Pare. He married in CoxsackieTownship, Greene County, New York in 1779 Elizabeth Buskirk. He died in 1805. He served in theCoxsackie and Groote Imbocht District Regiment [Anthony Van Bergen’s Regiment]. His filecontains depositions by Caroline Hollenbeck, John Smith, and John Out.

JOHN PERSELL, RWPA #R8140. He was born in Haverstraw Township, Orange County, NewYork in 1759. He served in Captain John Garner's Company of Orange County Militiamen [ColonelGilbert Cooper's Regiment]. His file contains depositions by Solomon Knapp, David Knapp, andFrancis Garner.

JACOBUS PERSONIUS, RWPA #S43831. He was born on July 11, 1748. He served as a corporalin Captain Phillip De Bevier's Company of the Fifth New York Regiment. He fought in the Battle ofFort Montgomery.

FRANCIS PETERSON, RWPA #S43824. He was age 78 when deposed on April 28, 1818. Heserved as a private in Captain John H. Wendell's Company of the First New York Regiment fromMarch of 1776 through January of 1777. His file contains a deposition by Captain John H.Wendell.**

WILLIAM PETTERS, RWPA #R8148. He was born in Great Nine Partners, Dutchess County,New York on August 10, 1762. He married in Hebron Township, Tolland County, Connecticut onSeptember 5, 1785, Lydia Phelps. He died in Geneese County, New York on either August 17, 1822,or August 22, 1822. He served as an ensign in the Second New York Regiment from 1779 through1783. Philip G. Van Wyck, nephew and executor of the Last Will and Testament of Colonel PhilipVan Courtlandt, states he is in the possession of his uncle's military papers as of November 5, 1831.

JACOB PETTIBONE, RWPA #S43820. He served in Colonel Ethan Allen's Regiment of GreenMountain Boys.

JOHN PETTINGELL, RWPA #W24060. Frames 0629 through 0649 are from his 1776 Journal.

ENOCH PHILLEO, RWPA #R8182. He married in New Milford, New York in Aprilof 1780, Sarah Agard. He died on July 26, 1827. He served in the Southern New York Theater.

HENRY W. PHILIP, RWPA #S14133. He was born in Claverack Township, Columbia County,New York in August of 1758. He served in the Rombout District Regiment of Dutchess CountyMilitia [Colonel Abraham Brinkerhoff's Regiment].

JONATHON PINCKNEY, RWPA #S43865. He states that he served in both the First and ThirdNew York Regiments.

JOHN E. PINCKNEY, RWPA #R8259. He was born in Fishkill Township, Dutchess County, NewYork on July 10, 1760. He states he served a one month tour in Colonel [Frederick] Fisher'sRegiment in April of 1777, after which, he served in the regiments of Colonels John Freer and LewisDubois.

MOLLY PITCHER. She is famous as the heroine of the Battle of Monmouth, New Jersey. Her filecontains the correspondence of descendants only.

THOMAS PLATO, RWPA #S43867. He served in Captain Cornelius T. Johnson's Company of theNew York Line.

DANIEL PLATT, RWPA #W19993, He served as a privateer aboard the Sloop Montgomery underthe command of Captain [ ] Rogers. He resided in Chazy, New York after the war.

RICHARD PLATT, RWPA #S46406. He served for seven years as the captain of a company in theSecond New York Regiment. His file contains a deposition by Elijah Miller.

WILLIAM PLATT, RWPA #W10526. He was born in Huntington Township, Suffolk County, NewYork and was age 73, when deposed on December 6, 1832, a brother of Samuel Platt. He marriedon April 30, 1837, Lydia Mitchell (widow of James Mitchell). William died on April 26, 1847. Hiswidow married (3) on June 9, 1852, Joshua Molton. He served in Captain [ ] Della's Company ofColonel [ ] Webb's Regiment. His file contains a deposition by Alfred Sizer.

 

HENDRICK PLIMLEY, RWPA #S34476. He states he served in Captain John Ten Broeck'sCompany of the First New York Regiment from 1776 to 1783.

MICHAEL PLOSS, RWPA #W17455. He was born in Clermont Township, Columbia County, NewYork in April of 1759. His widow states that he served in Captain [ ] Fourman's Company ofLieutenant Colonel Henry K. Van Rensselaer's Regiment.

SAMUEL PLOUGH, RWPA #S9988. He was born in Kingston Township, Ulster County, NewYork on May 1, 1756. He served as a private in the Rhinebeck Precinct Company [Captain JamesWilson's Company] of the Rhinebeck and Northeast District Regiment of Dutchess County Militia[Colonel Morris Graham’s Regiment].

ANTHONY POST, RWPA #S46337. He served in Colonel John Lamb's Regiment of Artillery.

HENDRICUS POST, RWPA #S14183. He was born in Kingston Township, Ulster County, NewYork on November 8, 1735. He served in either the company of Captain John L. DeWitt or CaptainLucas DeWitt of the First Regiment of Ulster County Militia.

HENRY POST, RWPA #S34479. He served in Captain Henry Vanderburgh's Company of theSecond New York Regiment.

ISAAC POST, RWPA #R8361. He served in Captain John Paine's Company of the HaverstrawPrecinct Regiment of Orange County Militia [Colonel Anne Hawkes Hay's Regiment].

MARTIN POST, RWPA #S11253. He served in Captain Petrus Schoonmaker's Company ofColonel Levi Pawling's Regiment.

SAMUEL POST, RWPA #8363. He served in several companies of Colonel Levi Paulding'sRegiment.

FRANCIS POSTLE, R8363. He served in Captain Andrew Moody's Company of Colonel JohnLamb's Regiment of Artillery. He also served as a tailor to the troops at West Point.

LEMUEL POTTER, RWPA #R8374. He states he served as the captain of a company of the FifthNew York Regiment. However, he cannot be found in the ecords of the New York StateComptroller’s Office.

MILTON POTTER, RWPA #S21436. He was born in Crompond, Connecticut on March 6, 1763,a son of Doctor James Potter. He died on July 2, 1840. His widow died on September 19, 1848.

MOSES POTTER, RWPA #S35569. He was born in Connecticut, circa 1740. He died inPennsylvania in 1820.

NATHAN POTTER, RWPA #W12645. He married in Cranston, Rhode Island on February 5, 1778,Sarah Knight, a daughter of Philip Knight.

NICHOLAS POTTER, RWPA #W21994. He was born in Scituate Township, Rhode Island on May28, 1759. He married on October 9, 1786, Phebe [ ]. He died on June 26, 1847. Phebe died on July10, 1857.

NOEL POTTER, RWPA #W21991. He was a son of Captain Oliver Potter who died in the QuebecCampaign of Small Pox. He married on December 22, 1779, Mercy Arnold. Noel died in WesportTownship, Essex County, New York on February 27, 1846. He served in a company of the GreenMountain Boys.

NOELL POTTER, RWPA #S14196. He was born in Coventry, Rhode Island on August 13, 1758.He served in the Rhode Island Militia.

OLNEY POTTER, RWPA #R8378. He served at sea as a privateer.

PARDON POTTER, RWPA #W13823. He was a son of Captain William Potter. He married inWarwick, Rhode Island on October 17, 1779, Mary Snell. He died on July 12, 1823.

PETER POTTER, RWPA #S14186. He was born in Cranston, Rhode Island in 1751.

REUBEN POTTER, RWPA #S21927. [No notes taken].

RICHARD POTTER, RWPA #R8380. Richard was noted to be a "colored" man.

ROBERT POTTER, RWPA #R2821. His widow, Patience, married a Mister [ ] Death.

ROBERT POTTER, RWPA #S40269. He served in the Rhode Island Line.

ROUSE POTTER, RWPA #WW21993. He was a son of Christopher Potter. He married inSmithfield Township, Providence County, Rhode Island on August 6, 1775, Anna Sheldon, adaughter of William Sheldon. He died on December 5, 1831.

ROWLAND POTTER, RWPA #R8381. Rowland was from New York and served in the SaratogaCampaign. He is also listed in the New York State Comptroller’s Records as a private in CaptainJoshua Drake’s Company of Lieutenant Colonel John Harper’s Regiment of Levies.and add to Valley Partisans]

SAMUEL POTTER, RWPA #S14120. He served in a Massachusetts Regiment.

SAMUEL POTTER, RWPA #S11257. He served in a Massachusetts Regiment.

SHELDON POTTER, RWPA #W18775. He served in the Third Connecticut Regiment.

SILAS POTTER, RWPA #W24880. He served in Connecticut units.

STEPHEN POTTER, RWPA #S5942. He was born in Richmond, Connecticut and served withinConnecticut units.

THADDEUS POTTER, RWPA #S23846. He served in Colonel Swift's Regiment of ConnecticutTroops.

THADDEUS POTTER, RWPA #S21929. He was living in Brookfield, Massachusetts during hisservice in the war.

WILLIAM POTTER, RWPA #16373. He served a tour at West Point during the war. He movedto Montgomery County, New York in 1800. Frame 0230 of his file is a William Murray FracturePainting.

JOSEPH PRINCE, RWPA #S23378. He states he served in Captain [ ] Griffin's Company ofColonel James Clinton's Regiment.

ENOS J. PRINDLE, RWPA #S35584. He served in Colonel John Lamb's Regiment of Artillery.

JOTHAM PRINDLE, RWPA #S5583. He enlisted for the length of the war in Captain AndreasFink’s Company of the First New York Regiment on October 24, 1776.

JOSEPH PRINGLE, RWPA #S9992. He state he served in Captain Jonathan Blake's Company [sic]of the Third New York Regiment.

HENRY PRUYNE, BLWt #202-428. He married on January 11, 1817, Elizabeth Mower, and wasthe step-father of Conrad Mower. He served as a member of the Third New York Regiment.

LEWIS PYATT, RWPA #R8220. He was born in Westchester County, New York in April of 1766.

BENJAMIN RACE, RWPA #S15202. He was born in the Town of Livingston Manor, ColumbiaCounty, New York in April of 1752. He served as a private and as a corporal in the companies ofCaptains Leonard King and Joseph Elliot of the Manor of Livingston Regiment of Albany CountyMilitia [Colonel Peter R. Livingston's Regiment]. His file contains a deposition by Cornelius Williams.

NOAH RACKET, RWPA #S14254. He was born in the Town of Southold, [ ] County, New Yorkin 1757. He states he served as a private in Captain Joshua Young's Company of Colonel ThomasTerry's Regiment and mentions a Sergeant Jeremiah King. His file contains good details on the Battleof Flatbush, New York.

JOSEPH RANDALL, RWPA #S16234. He served in Captain David Hobb's Regiment of Colonel[ ] Richmond's Regiment.

JOSHUA RANDALL, RWPA #S27999. He was born in Hopkinton, Washington County, RhodeIsland in February of 1756. He served in Captain Caleb Bentley's Company of the 4th RensselaerwyckDistrict Regiment of Albany County Militia [Colonel Stephen J. Schuyler's Regiment]. His filecontains depositions by Jason Babcock, Samuel Shaw, Stephen Millend, Caleb Hakes, and JamesSeriven.

DANIEL RANKIN, RWPA #S43897. His file contains a deposition by his captain, John H. Wendell,of the First New York Regiment.

THOMAS RANKIN, RWPA #W20012. He served as a fifer in Captain James Gregg's Companyof the First New York Regiment.

JONATHON RANSON, RWPA [pension #]. He served in the Berkshire County,Massachusetts Militia.

GEORGE RAPP, RWPA #S43883. He was age 60 when deposed. Heserved as a private in the Second New Hampshire Regiment and reinlisted as a sergeant in April of1778. He fought in the Battle of Monmouth.

ROGER RATHBUN, RWPA #S39830. He was age 74 when deposed on April 27, 1818. He servedas a private in Captain [ ] Humphrey's Company of Colonel Jeremiah Onley's Regiment of RhodeIsland Troops and was serving at Saratoga, New York on December 19, 1782.

ANDREW RECKIE, RWPA #W17522. His file contains a Family Bible Record. He served as aprivate in Captain [ ] Jackson's Company of Colonel James Clinton Regiment. William Walker callsReckie a Captain of Waggoners. His file also contains a deposition by Thomas Rickey.

GARRET REED, RWPA #S14257. He served as a sergeant in Captain Daniel Denton's Companyof Colonel James Clinton's Regiment.

JAMES REED, W15849. He states he served as a private in Captain [ ] Denton's Company ofColonel Ridgemore's Regiment.

JOHN REED, RWPA #W24740. He served as a private in Captain William Jackson's Company ofthe Second or South End District Regiment of Ulster County Militia [Colonel James McClaughrey'sRegiment].

MOSES REED, RWPA #W22053. He served as a private in Captain William Jackson's Companyof the Second or South End District Regiment of Ulster County Militia [Colonel JamesMcClaughrey's Regiment].

SAMUEL REED, RWPA #W3601. He died in Gerham Township, Ontario County, New York onFebruary 20, 1813. He married at Coxsackie in [ ] County, New York November 2, 1797, LucyTowner who was born in May of 1778. He was brother of Ezra Reed and Silas Reed. He served asa corporal in Captain Abraham Westfall's Company of Lieutenant Colonel Albert Pawling's Regimentin 1780.

SILAS REED, RWPA #W24737. He states he served as a private in Captain Silas Childe's Companyof the Dorset District Regiment of Charlotte County Militia.

MARTIN REESE, RWPA #W20318. He married in the Patroon's House in the City of Albany,Albany County, New York, Magdalena Jacobie. He served as a corporal in Captain John H. Wendell'sCompany of the First New York Regiment.

ELISHA REEVE, RWPA #S17044. He served in Captain Thompson's Company of the GoshenDistrict Regiment of Orange County Militia [Colonel William Allison's Regiment].

JAMES REEVE, RWPA #S49273. He served as a private in Captain John Little's Company of theGoshen District Regiment of Orange County Militia [Colonel William Allison's Regiment]. He waswounded in the upper left arm during the Battle of Minisink on July 20, 1779.

 WILLIAM REEVE, RWPA #S43914. He states he served a tour in Captain [ [ Vernus'sCompany of Batteaumen as well as Captain [ ] Colten's Company of the Second New YorkRegiment. The New York State Comptroller’s list only one William Reeve, he being a sergeant in thecompany of Captain Ephriam Woodworth’s Company of the Saratoga District Regiment of Militia.

JOHN REID, RWPA #R8662. He speaks of Aldolphus Waldron's Ferry which ran from the City ofBrooklyn to the City of New York throughout the war years. He served throughout the war inCaptain Aldolphus Waldron's Company of Horse in the Southern New York theater. He states hefought in the Battle of Long Island (Flatbush).

JOHN REINS, RWPA #S43909. He served in Colonel John Lamb's Regiment of Artillery.

ROBERT RELAY, RWPA #R8697. He married in his widow's father's home near the Village ofPoughkeepsie, Dutchess County, New York on March 17, 1780, Mary Callow, a sister of AdrianaCallow. He died on November 6, 1834. He states he served in Captain Isaac Conklin's Company ofthe regiment the Middle Regiment of Westchester County Militia [Colonel Thomas Thomas'Regiment]. until he was appointed the captain of a company in the Fourth Regiment of DutchessCounty Militia [Colonel John Frear's Regiment] on May 28, 1778. His file contains a deposition byAdriana (Callow) Relay.

HENRY RELYEA, RWPA #W20017. His widow states he served in Captain [ ] Ross' Companyof the Ulster County and Dutchess County, New York Militia and a performed a tour at FortMontgomery. His file contains depositions by Jacob Lawson and P2eter Miller.

JACOB RELYEA, RWPA #W16693. He was born on July 17, 1754. He married in Schenectady,Schenectady County, New York on Pinkster's Day, 1778, Charity Van Loon. He served in CaptainVan Santford's Company of Colonel Cornelius D. Wynkoop's Regiment. His file contains a depositionby Benjamin Middletown.

JOSIAH REMINGTON, RWPA #R8700. He served in the Middle Regiment of WestchesterCounty Militia [Colonel Thomas Thomas' Regiment].

JOHN RICE, RWPA #S43933. He was age 98, when he was deposed on September 5, 1818. Hereceived in Colonel James Livingston's and received an Invalid's Pension.

SHADRACK RICE, RWPA #Old War Series BLWt #9698-160-50. He served in Virginia underGeneral Anthony Wayne and was wouded in a battle with some Indians at the Maumee Rapids. Healso fought in the Battle of Fort Recovery.

THOMAS RICE, RWPA #R8755. He married in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1776, PenelopeJustice. He was the captain of a company which destroyed the British Ship Augusta at the mouth ofthe mouth of the Delaware and he was wounded in the attack. He also fought in the Battles ofYorktown, Trenton, and Red Bank.

WILLIAM RICE, RWPA #S6000. He was age 71 when deposed on September 4, 1832. He servedas a private in Captain Elijah Townsend's Company of the Fredericksburgh District Regiment ofDutchess County Militia [Colonel Henry Luddington's Regiment] and in Philip Van Cortlandt'sRegiment.

JOHN RICKERT, RWPA #R8795. He states he served in the Continental Line and was pensionedby the Act of 1818.

JOHANNIS RIGHTMYER, RWPA #W17542. He was born on December 22, 1749. He married,per the records in the Reformed Dutch Church of Germantown, New York on October5, 1774, Mary Feero. Mary was born on November 11, 1757. Johannis died on September 20, 1828.He served throughout the war in the Albany County Theater. His file contains depositions by PeterP. Eggner, Peter S. Winne, Martin Post, and Cornelius Longdyck.

NICHOLAS RIGHTER, RWPA #S14309. He was born on September 1, 1754. Hemarried a daughter of Mary Callum. His sister, Dorothy Righter, married a Mister Longenhelt. Hisfile contains depositions by Mary Callum and Dorothy Longenhelt.

DAVID L. RIGLAND, RWPA #S14287. He served in the southern New York and Pennsylvania war theaters.

ABRAHAM RIKER, RWPA #R8822. He served as a blacksmith in the Hudson Valley war theater.

GERHARDUS RIKER, RWPA #S11293. He states he served in Captain [ ] Blauvelt's Company[sic] of the Third New York Regiment.

MATHIAS RIKER, RWPA #S11294]. He served in the New York City and New Jersey theatersof the war.

CHARLES RILEY, RWPA #W16788. He states that he served in the Fifth New York Regiment.

AARON ROBERTS, RWPA #W2349. He married in Orange Township, Essex County, New Jerseyon October 28, 1778, Elizabeth Kedden. He died in Morris County, New Jersey on May 12, 1815.His widow states he served in the Second New York Regiment and fought in the Battles ofMonmouth, Aquakanark [sic], and Springfield.

ABRAHAM ROBERTS, RWPA #S14431. He was born in the City of Albany, Albany County, NewYork. He served as a lieutenant in Captain Neil McNeil's Company of the Fourth RensselaerwyckDistrict Regiment of Abany County Militia [Colonel Stephen J. Schuyler's Regiment]. His filecontains orders which were issued to him and signed by Lieutenant Colonel Henry K. Van Rensselaeron frames 0182-3.

CUFF ROBERTS, RWPA #S33586. He was age 56, when deposed on August 5, 1820. His filenotes he was a man of color. He served in Colonel Jeremiah Olney's Regiment. Major Jno Dexter ofColonel Jeremiah Olney's Regiment states he served with Cuff at Saratoga.

EZEKIEL ROBERTS, RWPA #S43977. He was age 63, when deposed on March 6, 1822. Whileserving Captain [ ] Baldwin’s Rangers as a sergeant on March 19, 1777, he was taken prisoner bythe British at Sabbath Day Point on Lake George and paroled by them in December of 1777. He wasretaken by the enemy on October 10, 1780 in the vicinity of Fort Anne while serving as a lieutenantin Captain Adiel Sherwood’s Company of Colonel Lewis DuBois’ Levies. Ezekiel states that one ofthe British parties which captured him was commanded by Samuel McKay.

DIEL ROCKEFELLER, RWPA #W16392. He married in Germantown Township, ColumbiaCounty, New York in February, 1785, Elizabeth Saaback. He served as the captain of a company ofthe Manor of Livingston Regiment of Albany County Militia.

DANIEL G. ROGERS, RWPA #R3970. He married in Goshen, New York on January 1, 1784. Hedied on July 5, 1811. He served in the Westside of Wallkill Company [Captain William Faulkner’sCompany] of the South End Regiment of Ulster County Militia in 1780.

JOSEPH ROOKER, RWPA #S43958. He served in Captain John Copp's Company of the First NewYork Regiment from March 6, 1777 through August 21, 1778. His file also contains depositions byWilliam Lurvey and Darrius Lurvey.

CORNELIUS ROOSA, RWPA #W24786. He was born on November 3, 1760. He married in NewWindsor Township, Orange County, New York on March 15, 1792, Elisabeth Moffat. He served inCaptain Isaiah Robinson's Company of the South End Regiment of Ulster County Militia [LieutenantColonel Johannes Jansen's Regiment].

JACOB ROOSA, RWPA #W3160. He married in Shawangunk Township, Ulster County, NewYork on February 26, 1778, Maria Roosa [sic]. He died on March 31, 1808. He served in CaptainJonathan Hallett's Company of the Second New York Regiment.

 

JACOB ROOSA, RWPA #S7414. He was born in Marbletown Township, Ulster County, NewYork on April 12, 1761, a brother of Andries Roosa. He states he served a nine month tour in theSecond New York Regiment. His file contains depositions by Andries Davis, John J. Roosa, andChristopher Van Seuran.

JOHN A. ROOSA, RWPA #S14384. He married in Ulster County, New York on July 8, 1788,Catharine Sparks. He served in Captain Jonathan Piercy’s Company of Colonel Albert Pawling'sRegiment of Levies. His file contains depositions by Moses DeWitt and Jacobus DeWitt.

JOHN J. ROOSA, RWPA #W14375. He was born in Hurley Township, Ulster County, New Yorkon August 13, 1752, a brother of Jacob J. Roosa. He served in the regiments of Colonel MosesCantine and Morris Graham. His file contains depositions by Henry J. Osterhoudt, John Morris,Jacobus DeWitt, Peter Mowres, Samuel Brodhead, and Jacob J. Roosa.

PETER ROOSA, RWPA #W26398. He married on December 22, 1780, Leah Corspel. He servedas an ensign in Captain [Ebeneezer] Smith [Platt]'s Company of Rangers [sic] of the Regiment of1,000 men ordered to be raised under Act 33 of March 13th, 1779. Abraham Wood speaks of Brant'sRaid on the Peen Pack. His file also contains depositions by Nathaniel Jones, Samuel S. Crawford,Ezekiel Masten, Ebeneezer Price, Isaac Belknap, and Obidiah Beatty. A Peter Roosa also served asa captain in the Fourth Regiment of Ulster County Militia.

HENRY ROSAKRANS, RWPA #R9014. He married, per the records of the Dutch ReformedChurch of Shawagunk in Ulster County, New York on February 14, 1779, Susannah Moul. He diedon February 23, 1820. His file contains a Family Bible Record. He served in The Northern UlsterCounty Regiment of Militia. His file contains depositions by Cornelius Quick and William Turner.

DANIEL ROWLAND, RWPA #R28860. He was born in Lyme Township, Connecticut in 1754.He states he served in the First New York Regiment in 1776.

DANIEL ROWLEY, RWPA #S14318. He served in Captain Azer Barnum's Company of DutchesCounty Militia [Colonel Cornelius Humphrey's Regiment]. He also served a tour at West Point andwas engaged in building bomb proofs under the direction of Colonel William Malcom.

SETH ROWLEY, RWPA #W24777. He was born on February 12, 1760. He married on February 14, 1786, Innocent Salisbury. The Comptrollerís Records show that a Seth Rowley enlisted in as a private in Captain Henry Tieboutís Company of the Third New York Regiment on March 16, 1777 and served therein until hiring a substitute named J. Welsh on April 15, 1779.

TIMOTHY ROWLEY, RWPA #S42215. He served in Captain Henry Tiebout's Company of theFirst New York Regiment in 1782 and 1783. John McLean a recruiting sergeant for Captain JohnCopp's Company of the First New York Regiment in 1778, deposes for Rowley.

REUBEN RUDLE, RWPA #S9298. He served as a dragoon in the Middle Regiment of WestchesterCounty Militia [Colonel Thomas Thomas' Regiment].

DAVID RUNDAL, RWPA #S14303. He was Greenwhich, Fairfield County, Connecticut on January24, 1757. He served in Captain Rufus Herrick's Company of Colonel James Holmes' Regiment.

JOHN RUSSEL, RWPA #S36279. He served in Colonel John Lamb's Regiment of Artillery.

JOHN RUSSELL, RWPA #S11333. He states that he served in a Captain [ ] Storm's Company.

JONATHON RUSSELL, RWPA #S6039. He served in Captain Elijah Bostwick's Company ofKings District of Albany County Militia [Colonel William Bradford Whiting's Regiment].

LODOWICK RUSSELL, RWPA #W16185. His file contains a letter taken from an old GermanBible and a translation of the same. He served in Captain Mathew Dedrick's Company [sic] of theNorthern Regimen of Ulster County Militia.

WILLIAM RUTON, RWPA #W18845. He appears in the records of Colonel James Hammond'sRegiment of Westchester County Militia as a private. He is borne upon the rolls as William Retong.

WILHELMUS RYCKMAN, RWPA #S42232. He was age 61, when he was deposed on June 14,1820. He served as an ensign in Captain J. C. Ten Broeck's Company of the First New YorkRegiment. His commissions are found within his file.

JOHN RYAL, RWPA #R9117. He served as a fifer in Captain George Lane's Company of MajorAndrew Hill's Regiment of the Fredericksburgh District Regiment of Dutchess County Militia.

JAMES RYAN, BLWt #170-100. He served in Colonel Moses Hazen's Regiment.

ROBERT RYAN, RWPA #S42236 & W20042. He was age 58, when deposed on September 13,1820. He married in Mapletown Township, near Hoosick Falls, New York onOctober 4, 1784, Elizabeth Mars. He died on June 5, 1834. His file contains a Family Bible Record.He served as a private in the First New York Regiment. In 1820, Robert deposed a mother, age 96,was living within his household.

RULIF RYAN, RWPA #R9121. He was born in Kinderhook Township, Columbia County, NewYork on October 18, 1751. He served in the Coxsackie and Groote Imbocht District Regiment ofAlbany County Militia [Colonel Anthony Van Bergen's Regiment]. He also states he served in theSecond City of Schenectady Regiment of Albany County Militia [Colonel Abraham Wemple'sRegiment].

PETER RYEL, RWPA #W18848. He married on May 13, 1782, Mehitable Washburn. He died inDenmark, [ ] County, New Jersey on December 29, 1843. He served in Captain David Waterbury'sCompany [sic] of the Second New York Regiment.

STEPHEN RYERSON, RWPA #W6107. He served in Captain Comfort Luddington's Companyof Colonel Henry Luddington's Regiment.

ADAM RYFENBURG, RWPA #R26149. He performed services along the Hudson River in CaptainLathrop Allen's Company of Colonel Henry K. Van Rensselaer's Regiment.

HENRY RYFENBURG, RWPA #R9128. He served in Captain Hendrick Pulver's Company of theManor of Livingston Regiment of Albany County Militia [Colonel Peter R. Livingston's Regiment].

CHRYSTIAN RYNDER, RWPA #R8801. He was age 90, when deposed on December 10, 1847.He served in the companies of Captain Garret Lansing of the First New York Regiment and CaptainLeonard Bleeker of the Third New York Regiment. A Christian Rynder enlisted as a private in theThe Eighth Company of the First New York Regiment on April 13, 1778. No one of this nameappears in the Muster Rolls of the Captains Lansing and Bleeker’s Companies.

JOHN RYNDERS, RWPA #S42234. He applied for a pension on April 16, 1818. He states heserved in Captain Aaron Aorson's Company of the First New York Regiment for three years. A JohnRynders appears in the Muster Rolls of The Eighth Company of the First New York Regiment, butnot in Captain Aorson’s Company.

BENJAMIN SALTS, RWPA #W7159. He served in the Haverstraw Precinct Regiment of OrangeCounty Militia [Colonel Anne Hawkes Hay's Regiment].

JACHEUS SALYER, RWPA #W4604. He was born on May 7, 1760. He married in SalemTownship, Westchester County, New York, Elizabeth Doan. Elizabeth was born April 30, 1770. Hedied on August 3, 1817. Elizabeth states he served in the First New York Regiment.

JOHANNES SAMMONS, RWPA #W18998. He married in his bride's father's home in RochesterTownship, New York on March 13, 1778, Margaret Wynkoop. He died in OrangeCounty, New York on March 13, 1830. His name appears as a private in Captain David McCamblyJunior’s Company of the Florida and Warwick Regiment of Orange County Militia [Colonel JohnHawthorne's Regiment].

JOHN SAMMONS, RWPA #S6045. He was born in Orange County, New York in 1758 or 1759.He states he served in the First Rensselaerwyck District Regiment of Albany County Militia [ColonelFrancis Nichol's Regiment].

JAMES SAYRE, RWPA #S22965. He was born in Southampton Township, Suffolk County, NewYork on August 20, 1753. He served in the Hudson River Theater under the command of ColonelJames Clinton.

JOB SAYRE, RWPA #S23888. He was born at Poloming Grove, Orange County, New York onFebruary 28, 1758. He served in Captain Seth Marvin’s Company of the Florida and WarwickRegiment of Orange County Militia [Colonel John Hawthorne's Regiment].

JOSHUA SAYRE, RWPA #S14403. He served in Captain William Hurlbert's Company of ColonelJames Clinton's Regiment.

JAMES SCATES, RWPA #S36752. He was age 60 when deposed on March 31, 1818. He servedas a corporal in the Fourth New York. His file contains depositions by Major Nicholas Fish of theSecond New York and Samuel Sacket.

JOHN H. SCHENCK, RWPA #W500. He states served as a sergeant in Captain [ ] Ten Eyck'sCompany of Colonel [ ] Frelingheysen's Regiment. No record of this man’s services can be found inthe New York State Comptroller’s Records.

RALPH SCHENCK, RWPA #W15841. He died New York County, New York on June 27, 1831.He states he served in the Fifth New York Regiment from 1776, to the end of the war. The onlyRalph Shenck found in the New York State Comptroller’s Records appears as a corporal in CaptainThomas Storm’s Company of the Third District Regiment of Rennselaerwyck District Regiment ofAlbany County Militia [Colonel Gerrit Vandenburgh’s Regiment].

DAVID SCHOFIELD, RWPA #S1101. He was born in Orange County, New York either February20, 1760 or February 20, 1762. He served as a private in Captain John Minthorn's Company of theFlorida and Warwick District Regiment of Orange County Militia. His file contains a deposition byAzie Ketchman and John Hall.

JAMES SCHOLEFIELD, BLWt #609-100. He was a brother of Ely Scholefield, AlexanderScholefield, Major [____] Scholefield, Elizabeth (Scholefield) Hanyan, and Sarah (Scholefield)Bloomer. He served as a private in the New York Line and was killed in the Battle of FortMontgomery on October 6, 1777 while serving in Captain Thomas Machin's Company of ColonelJohn Lamb's Regiment of Artillery. Both Captain Thomas Machin and William Haight testified as tothe circumstances of James' death.

ABRAHAM SCHOONMAKER, RWPA #W19325. He married in Fishkill Township, DutchessCounty, New York in 1778 Sarah Adnance. He died on May 27, 1837. He served as a lieutenant andadjutant in Lieutenant Isaac Belknap's Company of Rangers. His file contained three RevolutionaryWar documents which were removed for storage in the War Departments Collection of RevolutionaryWar Manuscripts. His file contains a deposition by Captain Isaac Belknap's son, Isaac Belknap. Hisfile also contains a deposition by Allard Anthony, Jacob Clearwater, and John Evans. Hiscommissions for both lieutenant and adjutant are found within his file.

DANIEL SCHOONMAKER, BWLt #1783-100. He died in 1794. He served in the Second NewYork Regiment.

HENRY SCHOONMAKER, RWPA #W15800. He was a son of Henry Schoonmaker. He marriedon May 23, 1784 Jane Ackerman, a daughter of David Ackerman. He died on June 18, 1826. Heserved as a sergeant in Captain Henry Goodwin's Company of the Fifth New York Regiment. He wastaken by the British at Fort Montgomery. He later served in Captain Henry Vanderbergh's Companyof the Second New York Regiment. His file contains a deposition by James Emett.

JOHANNES SCHOONMAKER, RWPA #S15223. He was born Saugerties Township, UlsterCounty, New York. He served as a private in Captain Henry Paulding's Company of Colonel AlbertPaulding's Regiment of Levies. He states he served within a picket fort which surrounded the homeof a Mister Longyear at Shandakers in Saugerties Township. His file contains depositions byCoenradt Ferris and Solomon Schutt.

JOHN ED SCHOONMAKER, RWPA #S14443. He was born in Kingston Township, UlsterCounty, New York on September 15, 1763. He served as a private in Captain Gilbert I. Livingston'sCompany of Colonel Albert Pawling's Regiment of Levies. John states the home of Johannis VanEtten's House at Waghkunk in Kingston Township, Ulster County, New York was picketed. His filecontains a deposition Solomon Schutt.

ROBERT SCHOONMAKER, BLWt #7739. He served as a private.

JOSEPH SCHOONOVER, RWPA #S11359. He was born in Minisink Township, Orange County,New York on March 16, 1761. He served as a private in Captain Abraham Westfall's Company ofColonel Lieutenant Colonel Albert Pawling's Regiment of Troops Raised For Defense of the State[of New York on] April 27th, 1781. He once served as a substitute for Samuel Davis at Peen Packin Ulster County.

JOHN D. SCHOUTON, RWPA #W1072. He married in Sussex County, New York] inDecember, 1780. He died in Wayne County, New York in August, 1821. He served in Captain JosiahCole's Company of Colonel [____]'s Regiment which was defeated in a skirmish with the enemy atthe mouth of Hlafway Brook in Sullivan County, New York in June of 1782. His file contains adeposition by Betsy Cole, a sister of Thomas Schouton. No record of his service can be found in theNew York State Comptroller’s Records.

ANDREW SCHRACK, RWPA #S35061. He was age 67 when deposed on October 9, 1832. Heserved as a private in the First Company of Matrosses (Captain Nathaniel Smith's Company) ofMaryland Artillery. Andrew states the fort at Whesten Point was known as Fort Henry. He foughtin the southern campaign battle in which General Horatio Gate's was defeated and in the Battle ofYorktown. His file contains a deposition by Philip Sissler.

JOHN SCHRADER, RWPA #S41134. He was born in October of 1750. He died on July 5, 1831.He served as a quartermaster in General Count Pulaski's Regiment of Horse from March of 1778 untilthe Count's death in the Battle of Savannah on October 9, 1779. John was also wounded in the Battleof Savannah. After the Count's death, he acted as a sutler. He also fought in the Battle of EggHarbor. His file contains depositions by Private Peter Miller and James Rofes.

HENRY SCHRAM, RWPA #W9272. He was born in Kinderhook Township, Columbia County,New York on September 8, 1763, a brother of John Schram and a son of Quartermaster's SergeantJohn Schram. He served as a substitute for Abraham Van Allen and Lambert Van Hoosen. He servedas a private in Captain Ja[____] Van Allen's Company of the Kinderhook District Regiment of AlbanyCounty Militia. He also performed duties at the homes of Abraham Fonda and Isaac Vosburgh inClaverack Township, New York. Henry took part in the capture of the Loyalist Peter Clough at theHallebarrack's in October of 1779. Schram states he was out once when John VanValkenburgh ofShodick in Kinderhook Township revealed a planned gathering of Loyalists in 1780. Henry states thatamongst the noncommissioned officers in Captain Van Allen's Company were Sergeant JohannesVosburgh and a Lewis Hugernor. His file contains a deposition by John Schram.

JOHN SCHRAM, RWPA #W24914. He was age 73 when deposed on September 6, 1832. Hemarried in Kinderhook Township, Columbia County, New York on September 5, 1789 Lany Clauw.He died on October 5, 1836. He served as a private in Captain ____ Miller's Company of ColonelAbraham Van Allen's Company. He also served a tour in Colonel Robert Van Rensselaer's Regimentand he states that he fought in the Battle of Johnstown. He mentions the Loyalism of a Mister Skeen.His file contains a deposition by Catherine Williams.

FREDERICK SCHIVER, BLWt #13751. He served as a private in Colonel Moses Hazen'sRegiment.

CHRISTIAN SCHRYVER, BLWt #7800. He served as a private.

MARTINUS SCHRYVER, RWPA #W19004. He was born in Rhinebeck Township, DutchessCounty, New York in 1750. He married on December 15, 1778, per the records of the DutchReformed Church of Kingston, Margaret [____ ]. He died on September 28, 1838. He served as aprivate in the First New Paltz Township Company [Captain John A. Hardenburgh's Company] of theThird Regiment of Ulster County Militia.

WILLIAM SCHULTIS, RWPA #W17684. He married in the Beaverdam Church of BernTownship, Albany County, New York June 29, 1800, Catherine Sternbergher. No record of hisservice can be found in the New York State Comptroller’s Records.

MARTINUS SCHRYVER, RWPA #W19004. He died on September 28, 1838. He served as aprivate in the First New Paltz Township Company [Captain John A. Hardenburgh's Company] of theThird Regiment of Ulster County Militia.

WILLIAM SCHULTIS, RWPA #W17684. He as age 45 years, 3 months, and 24 days, when hedied on April 11, 1808. He served as a private under Second Lieutenant Adam Deitz of the FirstRensselaerwyck District Regiment of Albany County Militia within the Beaver Dam Fort in 1782. Hisfile contains a deposition by Hannah Yager.

CHRISTIAN SCHULTZ, BLWt #13765. He served as a private.

PETER SCHULTZ, RWPA #S22982. He was born in Rhinebeck Township, Dutchess County, NewYork in Mat 25, 1750. He served as a private in Captain Isaac Conklin's Company of Colonel JohnFrear's Regiment. His file contains interesting details on the taking of a British schooner near HydePark. He states he also served in a company known as the Silver Grays. His file contains depositionsby Frederick Banker, Reuben Nelson, and Isaac Stutenburgh.

HERCULES SCHUREMAN, RWPA #R9275. He was born in Yonkers Township, WestchesterCounty, New York. He was a colored man and a slave belonging to Jonathan Archer at the onset of the war. Frames 0326-0327 relate how he came about serving in Captain [ ] Crane's Company.After receiving his freedom papers he returned home and states William Ellison who stole his papersand returned him to the custody of Jonathan Archer. Archer then sold him to John Hinchman andZachriah Price. Hercules was then swapped by Hinchman and Price for a younger man belonging toZachariah's brother, Francis Price and William Ellison. Francis then sold Hercules his freedom, alongwith freedom papers for his wife and son. His file contains depositions by Thomas Coleman, AbrahamMarks, John Putman, and George DeGraff.

JOHN SCHUTT, RWPA #W19326. He was born in Fishkill Township, Dutchess County, NewYork on May 30, 1754. He married in Fishkill Township, Dutchess County, New York on April 10,1776 Belichee Hill. He died on July 6, 1837. His file contains a Family Bible Record. He served asa private and as a sergeant in Captain James Rosencrantz's Company of the Colonel Philip VanCourtlandt's Regiment in the Peekshill Theater. His file contains a deposition by Uriah Hill, ThomasSwarthout, and William Swarthout.

NICHOLAS SCHUYLER, RWPA #S4465. He attained age 64 in June of 1819. He served as thesurgeon of Colonel Moses Hazen's Regiment. Frame 0631 in his file is a document dated June 14,1781 appointing him Moses Hazen's Regimental Surgeon and noting that Schuyler had been servingin that capcity since June 1, 1778. Frame 0633 in his file is a document dated April 1, 1781 appointinghim a Surgeon's Mate. Frame 0635 in his file is a letter from Doctor Jonathan Potts dated April 20,1777 appointing Nicholas as Second Surgeon of the Albany Hospital. Frame 0635 in his file is a letterdated Mount Independence July 4, 1777 from Robert Johnston, A.D. [Assistant Director ofHospitals]. Frame 0641 in his file is a document dated August 20, 1777 containing orders issued toDoctor Schuyler by Doctor Jonathan Potts. Frame 0643 in his file is a document dated April 11, 1777containing orders issued to Doctor Schuyler by Doctor Jonathan Potts.

PHILLIP SCHWARTZ, RWPA #R9281. His file contains an interesting Family Fracture. He servedas a soldier in the State of Pennsylvania.

PETER SCISIM Junior, RWPA #R9284. He was born in Livingston Township, Columbia County,New York in November, 1764. He states that he served as a private in Captain Christopher Miller'sCompany and that he was standing duty at West Point when Major John Andre was hung.

BENJAMIN SCOTT, RWPA #R9308. He was born in Stamford Township, Connecticut near theCity of New York on April 24th, 1757. He served under Captain William March’s Company [sic] ofColonel John Field’s Regiment in the New York City Theater in 1775. In 1779 he was in the FortEdward Theater.

JAMES SCOTT, RWPA #S14415. He was born in Southampton Township, Suffolk County, NewYork in 1760. He served as a private in Captain [Jonathan] Davis' Company of Colonel Henry B.Livingston's Regiment [sic: Henry K. Van Rensselaer's Regiment of Levies], and took part in thesouthern division of Sullivan's Campaign. His file contains a deposition by Henry White.

JAMES SCOTT, RWPA #S23894. He was born in Shawagunk Township, County, Ulster County,New York on January 30, 1756. He served as a private in Lieutenant Peter Decker's Company of theFourth Regiment of Ulster County Militia [First Major John Jansen Junior's Regiment].

WILLIAM SMITH SCYDDER. He states he lost two fingers and the use of both of his hands byhaving them frozen in a storm on Long Island Sound removing ordinance from Long Island on March3, 1778 by order of General Israel Putman.

FRANCIS SEARS, RWPA #W16715. He served in the Second and Fifth New York Regiments. Norecord of his services is found within the New York State Comptroller’s Records.

SAMUEL SEARS, RWPA #R9350. He was born in White Plains Township, Westchester County,New York on May 8, 1753. He served in the northeastern New York theater. His file also containsa deposition by Elnathan Sears.

HENRY SECOR, RWPA #S43122. He was age 61, when deposed on May 13, 1818. His filecontains a deposition by Henry House. No record of his services is found within the New York StateComptroller’s Records.

ANDREW SELOOVER, RWPA #S16246. He was nborn in New York City, New York on May16, 1756. He served as a private in Captain James Abeel’s Company of Colonel John Lasher'sRegiment. He states Loonenburg is now located in the Town of Athens in Greene County, NewYork; and that New City is now known as Troy, New York. His file contains a deposition by JohnGroom.

THOMAS SEWALL, RWPA #W22175. He was born in September of 1750. He married onNovember 25, 1779, Priscilla [ ]. He died on May 4, 1833. He served in a Maine Regiment ofMassachusetts Troops.

FRANCES SHAFER, RWPA #S14445. He was born in Rhinebeck Township, Dutchess County,New York in July of 1760. He served in Captain John Groat's Company of the First RensselaerwyckDistrict Regiment of Militia. His file contains depositions by Paul J. Hochstrasser, Jacob Pier, andNicholas A. Van Schaick.

ISAAC SELOOVER, RWPA #R17749. He was born on September 24, 1782. He served as asergeant in Captain Silas Pierson's Company of the East Orange or Cromwell District Regiment ofOrange County Militia.

AMOS SERLS, RWPA #R9346. He was born in Norwich Township, [ ] County, Connecticut andwas age 79, when deposed on June 4, 1833. He states he served in Captain Amos Hutchin's Companyof Colonel Samuel Herrick's Regiment. He states he also served a tour at Fort Stanwix in the FirstNew York Regiment. He fought in the Battles of Bennington and Saratoga. His file containsdepositions by A. H. Hallenbeck and Ebeneezer Dewey.

FREDERIK SHAFF, RWPA #S40407. He states he served in Captain Abner French's Company ofthe Second New York Regiment.

HENRY SHAFF, RWPA #S14437. He was born in Somerset County, New Jersey on October 29,1752. He served in Lieutenant Joshua Taylor's Company of the Ballston and Halfmoon DistrictRegiment of Albany County Militia. He also states that he assisted in building a fortress on WhiteCreek in Salem Township, Westchester County, New York.

WILLIAM SHAFF, RWPA #S42288. He served in Captain Joseph McCracken's Company of theFirst New York Regiment.

GEORGE SHAFFER, RWPA #W16723. He married at Little Britain in New Windsor Township,Orange County, New York, Charity [——]. He died on March 4, 1828. Charity had a sister whomarried a Mister Baum. He served in the Fifth New York Regiment.

JOHN SHAFT, RWPA #S6081. He was born in Germany in 1744. He served in Captain [John]Whiteside's Company [sic] of Colonel [Seth?] Warner's Regiment.

GEORGE SHALL, RWPA #S7493. He served in the Pennsylvania and Maryland Theaters of thewar.

GEORGE SHANNON, RWPA #R9421. He married in Duanesburgh Township, SchenectadyCounty, New York on September 9, 1793, ____ Vosburgh, a daughter of Jacob Vosburgh.He died on January 8, 1829. He served in Colonel Cornelius D. Wynkoop's Regiment from March13, 1776 to February 15, 1777. His file contains depositions by Garret S. Veeder, Junior; WalterSwits; Benjamin Van Etten; and James V. S. Ryley.

ROBERT SHANNON, RWPA #W26963. He married, per the records of the Dutch ReformedChurch of Schenectady, Schenectady County, New York on August 21, 1787, Anna (Nancy)McGregor of Vroomans Kill. He served in Captain F. John Hamstranck's Company of the Fifth NewYork Regiment.

HENRY SHAVER, RWPA #S11393. He served in Colonel Henry Quackenboss' Regiment.

MATTHIAS SHEAR, RWPA #W19017. He was born in Dutch Clove, Dutchess County, NewYork in 1760. He married in the Reverend Crouse's Home in the City of Albany, Albany County,New York on October 7, 1781, Hannah [——]. Hannah had a sister Elizabeth, who married a MisterDratt. He died on June 15, 1835. His file contains a Family Bible Record. He served at Forts Edwardand George in Captain Visscher's Company of Colonel Jacobus Van Schoonhoven's Regiment.

JACOB SHELEY, RWPA #R9457. He served in Captain Bevier's Company of Ulster County, NewYork Militia and performed duties within Hoornsbeck's Fort in Warasink Township of Ulster County.His file contains depositions by James Devenport and Abraham Kittle.

CYRUS SHELLY, RWPA #S36312. He served in Captain James Gregg's Company of the First NewYork Regiment in March of 1781.

CEZER SHELTON, RWPA S19764. He was born on a slave ship bound to America from Africaand was a colored man. He served in Colonel [ ] Meigs' Regiment of Connecticut Troops.

ISRAEL SHEPARD, RWPA #R9483. He served in Captain Joel Mead's Company of ColonelRoswell Hopkin's Regiment.

JAMES SHEPARD, RWPA #W24937. He served in Captain [ ] Grave's Company of Colonel [ ] Haifer's Regiment.

JOEL SHEPARD, RWPA #S42292. He served in Lieutenant Colonel Luther Baldwin's Regimentof Artificers.

THOMAS SHIRKEY, RWPA #S42294. He served in the Fifth New York Regiment.

NOAH SHIRTLIFF, RWPA #S7478. He served in the Connecticut and Eastern New YorkTheaters.

HENDRICK SHIRTS, RWPA #R9520. He served in Captain John H. Wendell's Company of theFirst New York Regiment.

MATHIAS SHIRTS, RWPA #W11453. He served in Captain Martin's Company of Colonel Morris'Regiment of New Jersey Troops and in Colonel Ritzman's Regiment of New York Troops.

PETER SHIRTS, RWPA #WW19018. He married, per the records of the Dutch Reformed Churchof Claverack, Columbia County, New York on February 3, 1788, Elizabeth Hansen. He served inCaptain [ ] Johnson's Company of the First New York Regiment.

JACOB SHOECRAFT, RWPA #S14439. He was a born in Shawagunk Township, Ulster County,New York on May 10, 1759, a brother of John Shoecraft. He served in Captain John Harbrook'sCompany of Colonel John Harbrook's Regiment and also in the regiments of Colonels Hardenburghand Paulding.

JOHN SHOECRAFT, RWPA #W16403. He married in Arlington, Elizabeth ____. He died in either in 1786 or 1787. Elizabeth died on April 14, 1833. His file contains a FamilyBible Record. James McKee's swears out a deposition for this file which has a great amount of detailon his family.

PETER SHOEMAKER, RWPA #W24947. He was born at Canters Kill in Ulster County, NewYork on August 28, 1748. He married in Kingston Township, Ulster County, New York in the fallof 1777, [——] Wolver. He died on August 28, 1748.

JACOB SHOOK, RWPA #S22987. He was living at Portage in Allegany County, New York whendeposed. He served in the Connecticut State Line.

JOHN SHUFELT, RWPA #W22188. He married in Rhinebeck Township, Dutchess County, NewYork on October 24, 1784, Catrena Weaver. He died on October 18, 1838. Catrena died in ClaverackTownship, Columbia County, New York on October 20, 1846. He served in the companies ofCaptain John Hermance and Henry Paulding's of Colonel Morris Graham's Regiment.

PETER SHUFELT, RWPA #S14444. He was born in Rhinebeck Township, Dutchess County, NewYork on April 18, 1755. He served in Captain [ ] Steenburgh's Company of the Fifth New YorkRegiment, and was wounded once.

WILLIAM SHUFELT, RWPA #S22980. He was born in Windham Township, Greene County,New York on October 15, 1760. He served in Captain John Hermance's Company of Colonel MorrisGraham's Regiment.

JOHN SHULP, RWPA #S28877. He served in Captain William Faulkner's Company of LieutenantColonel Albert Pawling's Regiment of Levies.

JOHN SHULTIS, RWPA #R3340. He served in Captain [ ] Muller's Company of the regiments ofColonels [ ] Waggoner and [ ] Pomrey.

PHILIP SHULTIS, RWPA # S--. He was born in the East Camp of Livingston's Manor in ColumbiaCounty, New York in 1756, a son of David Shultis. He married in Highgate Township, FranklinCounty, Vermont in September of 1803, Dorcas Walker, widow of Samuel Walker. He served inCaptain Tiel Reyenfellow's [sic:Rockefeller's] Company of Colonel [ ] Livingston's Regiment.

CHRISTOPHER SHULTZ, RWPA #W1091. He was age 55, when he was deposed on June 22,1820. He married Redding Township, Steuben County, New York in 1821. He died on March 7,1847. He served as a fifer in Colonel John Lamb's Regiment of Artillery.

JOHN SHULTZ, RWPA #R9548. He was born on the east side of the Hudson River at Fishkill inDutchess County, New York on November 3, 1762. He married in Warwick, New York on October11, 1797, Martha Holly. He died in Milo, New York on October 30, 1843. He served in CaptainLittle's Company of Colonel Christopher Shultz's Regiment. His file contains interesting details onthe Battle of Minisink.

AARON SIMMONS, RWPA #R9575. He was born in Lower Dutchess County, New York. Heserved as a private in Colonel Morris Graham's Regiment.

EZEKIEL SIMMONS, RWPA #S42303. He was age 64, when deposed on June 26, 1820. Heserved as a privates in Captain James Rosencrantz's Company of Colonel Henry B. Livingston'sRegiment in 1775[?]. About Christmas Day of 1776 he enlisted in Captain Thomas Lee's Companyof the Fifth New York Regiment.

JOHN SIMMONS, RWPA #W26442. He was born in New York City, New York on October 24,1761. He married in Ohio County, Virginia on February 12, 1824. He served as a private in Captain[ ] Vanderdank's Company of the Haverstraw Precinct Regiment of Orange County Militia [ColonelAnn Hawke Hay's Regiment]. He also served in Captain [ ] Bowen's Company of Colonel FrederickWeisenfelt's Regiment in 1781/2.

JOHN SIMMONS, RWPA #W26964. He married in Huntington Township, Suffolk County, NewYork on June 5, 1785 Mary Hart. He died on October 23, 1844. He served as a private in Captain[ ] Davis' Company of Colonel Frederick Fisher's Regiment. His file contains no discernabledepositions of service.

SYLVANUS SIMMONS, RWPA #S14484. He served as an artillery artificer in Captain JamesYoung's Colonel [ ] Baldwin's Regiment. He also served in Colonel Lewis Dubois' Regiment and wasenroute to Fort Montgomery to reinforce it, but failed to arrive before its loss to the British.

ROBERT SIMONDS, BLWt #7857. He served in Colonel John Lamb's Regiment.

ROBERT SIMPKINS, RWPA #S14463. He was born in Philipstown Township, Putnam County,New York on March 31, 1749. He served as a private in Captain George Lane's Company of ColonelHenry Luddington's Regiment.

ISAAC SIMPSON, RWPA #S28884. He was born in Beekman's Precinct, Dutchess County, NewYork on November 10, 1756. He served in Captain William Clark's Company. His file containsdeposition James Simson and James VanderBergh.

GEORGE SMITH, RWPA #W15853. He married in Walkill Township, Ulster County, New Yorkon March 22, 1781, Mary Tyler. He served in Colonel [ ] Newkirk's Regiment at Forts DeWitt andDecker.

ISAAC SMITH, RWPA #[ ]. He was age 69, when deposed on September 28, 1819. He servedin Captain Daniel Griffing's Company of Lieutenant Colonel Henry B. Livingston's Regiment in 1776.Lieutenant Nathaniel Norton of Captain Daniel Griffing's Company of Lieutenant Colonel Henry B.Livingston's Regiment states he remembers Isaac serving in his company.

ISRAEL SMITH, RWPA #S14516. He was born in Trenton, New Jersey onSeptember 30, 1756. He served throughout the war in the companies of Captains Melancton Smithand Collie Chamberlain of Colonel Cornelius Humphrey's Regiment; Captain [ ] Cooper's Companyof Rangers; Captain Roger Sutherland's Company of Colonel Hopkin's Regiment; and Captain DavidCarl's Company of Colonel [ ] Bloom's Regiment. He served at least a year of the war as a corporal.

ABRAHAM SNYDER, RWPA #W16414. He married on November 30, 1775, Maria [ ]. He diedon May 30, 1830. He served as an orderly sergeant in Colonel [ ] Snyder's Regiment of UlsterCounty Militia.

ABRAHAM SNYDER, RWPA #W17850. He married Maria [ ]. He died on July 29, 1821. Heserved in Captain Awry Smith's Company of the Haverstraw Precinct Regiment of Orange CountyMilitia [Anne Hawkes Hay's Regiment].

ANDREW SNYDER, RWPA #W19074. He served in Captain [ ] Schoonmaker's Company ofColonel John Cantine's Regiment.

CHRISTOPHER SNYDER, RWPA #S14537. He served in Captain [ ] Schoonmaker's Companyof Colonel [ ] Paulding's Regiment.

ELIAS SNYDER, RWPA #14539. He served in Captain [ ] Schoonmaker's Company of ColonelSnyder's Regiment of Ulster County Militia.

LEWIS SNYDER, RWPA #R9923. He married in 1774, ____ ____. He died in 1817. Hisfile contains a Family Bible Record. He served in Captain Adam Deitz's Company of the UnitedDistricts of Schoharie and Duanesburgh Regiment of Albany County Militia.

PETER SNYDER, RWPA #R9926. He was born in Claverack Township, Columbia County, NewYork on October 10, 1763, a brother of William Snyder. He served in Captain Jacob [ Phillip'sCompany of the First Claverack Regiment of Albany County Militia [Colonels Robert and Henry J.Van Rensselaer].

WILLIAM SNYDER, RWPA #S7572. He served in the Dutchess and Columbia County Theaters.

HENRY SOUTHARD, RWPA #W22279. He served in Captain [ ] Hunter's Company of ColonelPaulding's Regiment and in Lieutenant [ ] Johnson's Company of Colonel Philip Van Courtlandt'sRegiment.

JOHN SOUTHARD, RWPA #W19077. His file contains a Family Fracture drawn by JacobSouthard. He served in the Second New York Regiment.

DANIEL SOUTHERLAND, RWPA #S33692. He was age 76 when deposed on April 6, 1818. Heserved as a private in Captain Thomas DeWitt’s Company of the Third New York Regiment for forsix years.

SILAS SOUTHERLAND, RWPA #W23003. His file contains a Family Bible Record. He servedin Captain David Hobby's Company of the Middle Regiment of Westchester County Militia [ColonelThomas Thomas' Regiment].

HARMANUS SPEER, RWPA #W201. He served primarily in the lower New York and New Jerseytheaters.

JOSEPH SPEER, RWPA #W22282. He died in Clifton Park Township, Saratoga County, NewYork on March 11, 1822. He married on March 4, 1781, Martha [ ]. He served in the Kings DistrictRegiment of Albany County Militia [Colonel William Bradford Whiting's Regiment].

ABRAHAM SPARKS, RWPA #W20064. He served in Lieutenant Colonel Frederick Weisenfelt'sRegiment of Levies in 1780.

JACOB SPICER, RWPA #W16735. He married at Nobletown (Hillsdale), Columbia County, NewYork on May 1, 1783, Sarah Meeker, a daughter of Robert Meeker. He served in the Second NewYork Regiment.

JOHN SPORE, RWPA #W25065. He married in Claverack Township, Columbia County, NewYork on March 8, 1781, Rachel Fries. He served as an ensign in Captain Thomas DeWitt's Companyof the Third New York Regiment and was captured by the British on July 3, 1777.

ANDREW SPRAGUE, RWPA #W19083. He states that West Point was originally names FortArnold.

ISAAC SPRINGGER, RWPA #R10015. He died on March 14, 1852. He was a half-brother of theDavid Johnson who joined the British Army after the Seige of Quebec. He served in Captain SamuelSackett's Company of Colonel Holmes' Regiment as a second lieutenant.

GEORGE SPRINGSTEAD, RWPA #S42374. He was age 60, when deposed on April 14, 1818.He served in Captain James Stewart's Company of the Fifth New York Regiment.

BENJAMIN STAGE, RWPA #S23008. He was born in Shawangunk Township, Ulster County,New York in June, 1765. He served as a private in Captain Smith's Company of Militia. He speaksof a Lieutenant Johnson whose brother was Colonel [ ] Johnson.

JOHN STAGG, RWPA #W2267. He was born in Bergen County, New Jersey, no date can be foundin his file. He married in Jennings County, Indiana on February 2, 1832, Margaret Phillips. He marriedin Jennings County, Indiana on July 9, 1846. He served as a private in Captain Peter Ward's Companyof the Second New Jersey Regiment, as well as in the companies of Captain Abraham Onderdonk andJohn Bell.

JOHN STAKE, RWPA #W20068. He married on September 4, 1784, Sarah [——]. He died onMarch 24, 1793, and was buried by the Society of Cincinnati. His file contains a copy of hisnewspaper obituary. He served as a cornet and lieutenant in Count Pulaski's Regiment during the war.

ELIAS STEENBERGH, RWPA #W22312. He was born about eight miles west of the Village ofPoughkeepsie, Dutchess County, New York on August 27, 1759, a son of Captain Elias Steenburghand a brother of Betsy, John, Jacobus, and Peter Steenburgh. His father was born on June 30, 1734(Old Style). He married (1) on August 27, 1782 Mary Brouse (she died on May 7, 1784). He married(2) in Lansingburgh Township, Rensselaer County, New York on September 20, 1788 Mary Taylor.He died in Syracuse, New York on July 28, 1836. His file contains the Family Bible Records for thefamily of Elias Steenbergh and Cathreen Huffman (this Family Bible Record belongs to Captain EliasSteenbergh, RWPA #W25099). He served as a fifer in Captain Jeremiah Vincent's Company of theBallston and Halfmoon District Regiment of Albany County, New York Militia. His file states aMuster Roll for Captain Vincent's Company was submitted with the pension application of John B.Taylor. He was commissioned First Ensign in the Company of Captain Elias Steenbergh's Companyof the Halfmoon and Saratoga District Regiment of Albany County, New York Militia on April27, 1787 (his ensign's commission is found within his file). His file contains a deposition by AnnaMargaret Steenburgh.

ELIAS STEENBERGH, RWPA #W25099. He married in Fishkill Township, Dutchess County,New York on November 3, 1767, Katherine Huffman. He died in Saratoga County, New York onMarch 12, 1817. He served as the captain of a company of Colonel Jacobus Van Schoonhoven'sRegiment of Albany County Militia. Elias' commission are found in the file. His file contains adepositions by John Van Hussen, George Ellsworth, John Van Antwerp, Neil McNeal, John B.Taylor, and John Grawberger.

ABRAHAM STEENBERGH, RWPA #S42388. He served in the Fourth New York Regiment. Hisfile contains depositions by John Hammond, Peter W. Ostrander, and Lawrence Salsbury.

JOHN STEENBURGH, RWPA #R10102. He was born in Fishkill Township, Dutchess County,New York on March 23, 1760, a son of Elias Steenbergh and a brother of Jacobus Steenburgh. Hemarried in Lansingburgh, Albany County, New York on February 22, 1785, Margaret Demett. Hedied on January 26, 1834. He served in Colonel Jacobus Van Schoonhoven's Regiment of AlbanyCounty Militia. His file contains a deposition by Vanderwerken.

SIMON STEENBURGH, RWPA #R10103. He served in the southern theaters in the ContinentalArmy.

JOHN STEENBURGH, RWPA #R10102. He was born in Fishkill Township, Dutchess County,New York on March 23, 1760, a son of Captain Elias Steenbergh and a brother of Betsy (whomarried Henry Vanderwerken), Elias, Peter, and Jacobus Steenburgh. He married in LansingburghTownship (which is now known as Rensselaerville Township), Rensselaer County, New York onFebruary 22, 1785 Anna Margaret DeMett. He died in Milton Township, Saratoga County, NewYork on January 26, 1834. He served as a private in Captain John VandenBurgh's Company of theBallston and Halfmoon District Regiment of Albany County, New York Militia. In 1780 he was outin the pursuit of Loyalists Joseph Bettis and Walt Myers. His file mentions the October 19, 1780death of a Mister Stowe at Ballston. His file contains a deposition by wedding guest BetsyVanderwerken. A document from the New York State Comptroller's Office and found within his filestates there was a Captain Mathew Johnson in Colonel Jacob Klock's on June 25, 1780.

JOHN STEENBURGH, RWPA #R10102. He was born in Fishkill Township, Dutchess County,New York on March 23, 1760, a son of Captain Elias Steenbergh and a brother of Betsy (whomarried Henry Vanderwerken), Elias, Peter, and Jacobus Steenburgh. He married in LansingburghTownship (which is now known as Rensselaerville Township), Rensselaer County, New York onFebruary 22, 1785 Anna Margaret DeMett. He died in Milton Township, Saratoga County, NewYork on January 26, 1834. He served as a private in Captain John VandenBurgh's Company of theBallston and Halfmoon District Regiment of Albany County, New York Militia. In 1780 he was outin the pursuit of Loyalists Joseph Bettis and Walt Myers. His file mentions the October 19, 1780death of a Mister Stowe at Ballston. His file contains a deposition by wedding guest BetsyVanderwerken. A document from the New York State Comptroller's Office and found within his filestates there was a Captain Mathew Johnson in Colonel Jacob Klock's on June 25, 1780.

SIMON STEENBURGH, RWPA #R10103. He was age 86 when deposed on February 7, 1839.He served as a fifer[?!] in Captain Bernardus Swartout's Company of Colonel Swartout'sRegiment.

EBENEZER STEENROD, RWPA #S14583. He was born in Salem Township, WestchesterCounty, New York in 1744. He served as a private in Captain Samuel Delevan's Company of Colonel[ ] Strong's Regiment. In 1775 he assisted in building Fort Minute near Hurl-Gate on Long Island.He once a hired a substitute to serve for him in the Continental Line for three years.

REUBEN STEERE, RWPA #S21510. He was born in Gloucester Township, RhodeIsland on February 11, 1755. He served as a sergeant in Captain Andrew Waterman's Company ofColonel Chad Brown's Regiment. He fought in the Battle of Lexington, Massachusetts.

JOHN STEINHEISER, BLWt #13763. He served as a private in Colonel Moses Hazen's Regiment.

COE STEPHENS, RWPA #S42380. He was age 69 when deposed on [ ]. He served as a privatein Captain Jacob Wright's Company of the Second New York Regiment. He fought in the Battles ofWhite Plains and Monmouth. His contains depositions by Gilbert Forman and John Patterson.

EBENEZER STEPHENS, RWPA #W2018. He married in Ulster County, New York on May 16,1780 Rachel [ ]. He died in Nicholson Township, Lurence County, Pennsylvania onNovember 15, 1839. He served in Captain John Wood's Company of NewYork Militia in the Peen Pack and Orange County, New York theaters. His file contains depositionsby Thomas Hawkins, Eliphalet L. Stephens, and Andrew Buch.

JOHN STEPHENS, RWPA #S11458. He served as a private in Captain Ezekiel Cooper's Companyof Colonel James Clinton's Regiment. He was wounded in the eye during the Siege of Quebec.

ELIJAH STEVENS, RWPA #R10124. He served as a private in Captain Samuel Raymond'sCompany of Colonel William Malcom's Regiment.

ELKANAH STEVENS, RWPA #S15664. He served as a sergeant in the Long Island and AlbanyTheaters under Colonel Canfield.

ANDREW STEWART, RWPA #W19099. He served in Captain David Goodrich's Company ofMajor Carey's Regiment.

CHARLES STEWART, RWPA #S41196. He was age 58, when deposed on October 25, 1817, andwas a son of Ensign Charles Stewart. He served in Captain John Mill's Company of Colonel CharlesWebb's Regiment and fought in the Battle of Monmouth, New Jersey.

JEHIEL STEWART, RWPA #W25138. His file contains a copy of his diary on frames 0873through 0938.

NATHAN STEWART, RWPA #S11493. He was born in Goshen Township, Orange County, NewYork on November 6, 1758. He describes Joseph Brandt's attack on the Peen Pack in 1779 or 1780.He served in both Colonel [ ] Hatfield's and Colonel [ ] Thurston's Regiments of New York Militia.

OLIVER STEWART, RWPA #S14602. He was born in Colrain Township, Franklin County,Massachusetts in March of 1761.

JOHN STEWART, RWPA #W19090. He served as a Green Mountain Boy.

JOHN STEWART, RWPA #R10154. He married in Bennington Township, Bennington County, Vermonton March 12, 1772. He died in Middlebury Township, Addison County, Vermont.

JOSEPH STEWART, RWPA #R10159. He was born seven miles from Elizabeth Town, NewJersey. He served in the Continental Army. His file contains a deposition by Thomas Wood.

SETH STOCKER, RWPA #S42384. He served in Colonel [ ] Richmond's Regiment.

WILLIAM STOCKER, RWPA #S42381. He served in Captain [ ] Van Denburgh's Company ofthe Second New York Regiment.

JOHN STOCKHAM, RWPA #R10798. He served in Captain Samuel Townsend's Company of theMiddle Regiment of Westchester County Militia [Colonel Thomas Thomas' Regiment].

REUBEN STOCKUM, RWPA #S11456. He was born on Philip's Patent of Westchester County,New York in 1749. He served in [ ]'s Regiment.

ICHABOD STODDARD, RWPA #S42386. He was age 70, when he was deposed on June 17,1820. He served from December 22, 1776, until the end of the war in Captain [ ] Tiebout's Companyof the New York Line.

DANIEL STONE, RWPA #S36813. He was age 67, when deposed on April 30, 1823. He servedin Captain [ ] Chamberlain's Company of the Fifth New York Regiment.

LEMUEL STONE, RWPA #S28893. He served in Captain [ ] Mead's Company of Colonel [ ]Mead's Regiment.

ISAAC STORM, RWPA #S23012. He was born in Philips Manor, Westchester County, New Yorkon September 2, 1762. His services were performed in various forts east and north-east of theHudson River Valley in the Regiments of Colonels Henry Livingston, [ ] McCrea, [ ] Warner, andMajor [ ] Ayerston. Jacob Lent states he served with Storm.

ABRAHAM STORMS, RWPA #W19402. He was born in Philips Manor, Westchester County,New York on June 6, 1759. He married on December 28, 1779, Alletta Snedeker. He died inClarkstown, New York on June 27, 1838. She is stated to have brothers John andGarret, as well as a sister Sarah. His file contains a Family Bible Record. He served in Captain [ ]Onderkirk's Company of Colonel [ ] Paulding's Regiment, and in the Haverstraw Precinct Regimentof Orange County Militia [Colonel Anne Hawkes Hay's Regiment]. His file contains depositions byJohn Felter and Tunis Tallman who served with Abraham.

JOHN STORMS, RWPA #W26449. He was age 61, when deposed on April 20, 1818. He marriedin November or December, 1792, Elizabeth McMan. He died at Ramapo, New York on October 31,1845. He served in Captain James Rosencrantz's Company of the regiments of Colonel Louis Duboisand Philip Van Cortlandt. Thomas Priestly states that he, Thomas, married in 1781. His file alsocontains depositions by Elizabeth Storms, Winifred (Storms) Newton, and Martha Beacraft.

NICHOLAS STORMS, RWPA #W16743. He was born in Philips Manor, Westchester County,New York in 1756. He married Lana Davis in 1778. He died in Greenbergh, Westchester County,New York on May 29, 1835. His file contains a Family Bible Record. He served in Captain Dutcher'sCompany of Colonel [ ] Hammond's Regiment. Peter Paulding states he served with Storms.

REUBEN STRONG, RWPA #S21510. He served in Colonel Chad Brown's Regiment.

LEMUEL STORRS, RWPA #W25136. He died in 1816. He married on October 5, 1783, ElizabethChampion, a daughter of Colonel Henry Champion, a Deputy Commissary General of Purchases.Frames 1042-1071 are the remains of an Orderly Book belonging to a Connecticut Regiment whichcovers the period from August 2, 1776 to August 18, 1776. He performed duties during the war asan Assistant Commissary General of Issues, and on frame 1072 is a letter to him concerning suppliesdated in 1779. He was pensioned by an Act of Congress which states that on August 22, 1780,persons who were responsible for the public's property were in effect under and answerable to MartialLaw. See frames 1079 and 1080, for the Congressional Record.

JAMES STRACHEN, RWPA #S42420. He served in Captain James Black's Company of ColonelWilliam Malcom's Regiment.

HENRY STRAIGHT, RWPA #S42425. He served in Captain James Rosencrantz's Company of theFifth New York Regiment through 1780 and then for the length of the war.

WILLIAM STRAIGHT, RWPA #S42423. He served in Captain James Rosencrantz's Company ofthe Fifth New York Regiment for the length of the war.

WILLIAM STUART, RWPA #S46472. He served as a lieutenant in Colonel Hazen's Regiment.

WILLIAM STUART, RWPA #W19104. He served as the captain of a company in the regimentsof Colonels Petrus Ten Broeck and Morris Graham.

JOHN STUFFLEBEAN, RWPA #R1083½. He was born on the east side of the Hudson River justbelow the City of Albany, New York. He married near Paris in Bourbon County, Kentucky in the fallof 1792/3, Elsie Larrison, widow of Joseph Ketchum. He died near Kaskaskin in Randolph County,Illinois on January 16, 1844. He served in Captain Jacob DeWitt's Company of Rangers. He wastaken a prisoner by forces under Joseph Brant while at the home of a Mister [ ] Cajaw on theDelaware River.

JOHN STUMP, RWPA #S42413. He served in Captain James Stewart's Company of the Fifth NewYork Regiment and also in the Second New York Regiment.

TEUNIS SWART, RWPA #R10341. He served as a private in the companies of Captains [ ]Bogardus, [ ] White, [ ] Snyder, and [ ] Hamstreet.

AARON SWARTHOUT, RWPA #S11497. He served as a private in Captain Abraham Westfall'sCompany of Colonel [ ] Hawthorn's Regiment.

ANTHONY SWARTHOUT, RWPA #R10344. He was born in the Town of Chester, OrangeCounty, New York on July 4, 1759. His file contains a Family Bible Record. He served as a privatein Captain John Wood's Company of Colonel Francis B. Nichols' Regiment. He mentions the Battleof Beaver Brook in 1779.

CORNELIUS SWARTOUT, RWPA #S26774. He served as a private in Captain AbrahamCudaback's Company of Colonel James McClaughery's Regiment.

RALPH SWARTOUT, RWPA #R10343. He was born in Orange County, New York on January1, 1764. He served as a teamster hauling artillery in 1779.

THOMAS SWARTOUT, RWPA #R29490. He served as a private in Captain William Clark'sCompany in the Fishkill Theater of the war.

BERNARDUS SWARTWOUT JUNIOR, BLWt #1983-150-Ensign. His file contains no papers.He served in the Second New York Regiment.

CORNELIUS SWARTWOUT, RWPA #W29605. He was born on July 12, 1757, a nephew ofCaptain [ ] Swartout. His file contains a Family Bible Record. He served as a sergeant in eitherCaptain John Woods or Robert Wood's Company of Colonel Albert Paulding's Regiment. His filecontains a deposition by Jonah Hunckly. His file contains a Return of Effectives on frame 0629 anda Muster Roll for Captain James Gregg's Company of the Third New York Regiment datedSeptember 7, 1780 on frame 0630.

JACOBUS SWARTWOUT, RWPA #S28904. He served as a sergeant in Captain AbrahamCuddeback's Company of Colonel [ ] McLaughlin's Regiment.

WILLIAM SWARTWOUT, RWPA #S23444. He served as a private, sergeant, and lieutenant inCaptain John Shult’s Company of the Rombout District Regiment of Dutchess County Militia[Colonel Dirck Brinkenhoff's Regiment].

LIEUTENANT WALTER SWITS, RWPA #W11585. He served in Captain Seth Warner'sRegiment.

MOSES SWORTWOUT, RWPA #S11499. He served in Captain Henry Wisner Junior's Companyof the Florida and Warwick Regiment of Orange County Militia [Colonel John Hawthorne'sRegiment].

ELISHA TALMAGE, RWPA #S17139. He was born in East Hampton Township, Sussex County,Long Island, New York on November 20, 1755. He served as a private in the companies of CaptainsDavid Pierson and John Hurlburt of Colonel Josiah Smith's Regiment. His file contains a depositionby Benjamin Hewitt and a short Return of Troops in Smith's Regiment.

STEPHEN TALMAGE, RWPA #S28906. He was pensioned by House of Represenatives Bills #282 & 275 on February 4, 1836. He was age 73 when deposed on October 2, 1832. He served as aprivate in Captain John Davis' Company of the Fourth New York Regiment at Fort Montgomery. Hisfile contains depositions by Nathan Fordham, Sylvanius Halsey, and Abrahm Shenil Junior.

SAMUEL TALLMADGE, RWPA #S42454. He was age 74 when deposed on November 23, 1819.He served as an ensign at Fort Plank in Captain Samuel Sackett's Company of the Fourth New YorkRegiment. His file contains his commission as a lieutenant in the Second New York Regiment dated June 3, 1783, but he states the commission took effect on October 27, 1781.

ABRAHAM TALLMAN, RWPA #W15852. He was born on August 9, 1756. He married on April26, 1780. Rachel Cornelison. His file contains a Family Bible Record. He served as a private inCaptain Arie Smith's Company of the Haverstraw Precinct Regiment of Orange County Militia. Hisfile contains a deposition by First Lieutenant Tunnis Tallman.

DOWAH H. TALLMAN, RWPA #W16434. He married in Tappan, Orange County, New Yorkon October 7, 1781 Rachel Haring. He died on June 22, 1830. He served as a sergeant in CaptainJohn Bell's Company of Colonel Morris Graham's Regiment in 1778. He moved to New Jersey in1781. His file contains depositions by Abraham Conklin, Samuel Vervalen, John House, and JuneHaring the widow of John D. Haring.

JACOB TALLMAN, RWPA #W26511. His file contains a long muli-generation Family Record. Hedied in Brooklyn, New York on October 1, 1855. His file contains a long and detailed newspaperobituary dated October 11, 1855. He is found listed on payrolls for Lieutenant Commandant JosephReque's Company of Colonel William Malcom's Regiment dated July 31, 1780 and October 31, 1781.

JOHN J. TALLMAN, RWPA #W18111. He was baptized in Tappan Township, Orange County,New York. He married on a Sabbath Day in March of 1778 Fanny [ ]. He died on February 7, 1839.He servede as a private in Captain [ ] Blauvelt's Company of Colonel Albert Paulding's Regiment[sic]. His file contains depositions by John G. Bogert, Garret O'Blenis, John Hutton, AbrahamConklin, and John G. Blauvelt.

TUNIS TALLMAN, RWPA #S23017. He was born in Clarkstown Township, [ ] County, [ ] onOctober 7, 1748. He served as a first lieutenant in Captain Arie Smith's Company of Colonel MorrisGraham's Regiment in Rockland County, New York and in Bergen County, New Jersey. His filecontains depositions by John House and Abraham Van Houten.

NATHAN TANNER, RWPA #W6225. He served throughout the war in the Eastern New YorkTheater.

THOMAS TEMPLER, RWPA #W16880. He served in Captain [ ] Wright's Company of ColonelPhilip Van Courtlandt's Regiment.

ADAM TEN BROECK, RWPA #W11614. He served as ensign in Captain John C. Ten Broeck'sCompany of the First New York Regiment.

JOHN C. TEN BROECK, RWPA #S42469. He served as the captain of a company of the FirstNew York Regiment.

LEONARD TEN BROECK, RWPA #R10452. He served as the captain of the First Company of the Manor of Livingston Regiment of Albany County Militia [Colonel Peter R. Livingston'sRegiment].

SAMUEL TEN BROECK, RWPA #S11526. He served as a major of the Manor of LivingstonRegiment of Albany County Militia [Colonel Peter R. Livingston's Regiment].

SAMUEL J. TEN BROECK, RWPA #S11526. He served as a lieutenant in Captain George Sharp'sCompany of the Fourth Rensselaerwyck Manor of Albany County Militia [Colonel Stephen J.Schuyler’s Regiment].

JOSEPH TEN EYCK, RWPA #S11527. He served in Captain Amos Hutchin's Company of theFifth New York Regiment.

HENDRICK TENYCK, RWPA #W22387. He served in Captain John Gardner's RegimentCompany of the Haverstraw Precinct Regiment of Orange County Militia [Colonel Anne HawkesHay's Regiment].

HENRY TERBOSS, RWPA #R10457. He served in Captain Stephan Case's Company of Colonels[ ] Hardenburgh and John Hawthorn's Regiment.

PETER TERBUSH, RWPA #W16985. He served as an orderly sergeant in several differentcompanies of Colonel [ ] Swartout's Regiment.

ABRAHAM TERHUNE, RWPA #S1122. He served in Captain [ ] Van Benschoten's Companyof Colonel Lewis Dubois Regiment.

DANIEL TERHUNE, RWPA #S31413. He was born on December 29, 1758. He served in CaptainStephen Duryea's Company of the Rombout District Regiment of Dutchess County Militia [ColonelAbraham Brinkerhoff's Regiment].

JOHN TERHUNE, RWPA #S14668. He served in Captain Stephen Duryea's Company of Colonel[ ] Swartout's Regiment.

JOSHUA THOMPSON, RWPA #S42477. He served in the Second new York Regiment. His filecontains depositions by Joseph Besimer, Garret G. Constable, and Cornelius Conaway.

THOMAS THOMPSON, RWPA #S14693. He was born in Dudley Township, Worchester County,Massachusetts.

DANIEL THORNE, RWPA #W826/BLWt 638-100. He served in Captain [ ] Machin's Companyof Colonel John Lamb's Regiment of Artillery.

THOMAS THORTON, RWPA #R18456. He served in Captain [ ] Pierce's Company of Colonel[ ] Payne's Regiment.

WILLIAM THORTON, RWPA #W20089. He married in the home of Amassa Martin in PittstownTownship, Rensselaer County, New York, Mary Brennenstuhl. He served in Captain [ ] Machin'sCompany of Colonel John Lamb's Regiment of Artillery.

JAMES TOMPKINS, RWPA #23456. New York 24847. He served as a fifer in Captain Lund’sCompany of Colonel Livingston’s Regiment.

ADAM TRAVER, RWPA #R10683. He was born in Rhinebeck Township, Dutchess County, NewYork in 1759, a son of Wyland Henry Traver. He married in Rhinebeck Township, Dutchess County,New York on August 12, 1781 Anna Marie Foland, a daughter of Jacob Foland. He served as aprivate in Captain Wilhelmus Smith's Company of Colonel David Ness' Regiment in 1777, and inCaptain John Van Benschoten's Company of the Charlotte Precinct Regiment of Dutchess CountyMilitia [Colonel Roswell Hopkins Regiment] in 1779. His file contains depositions by William Kuferand David Traver.

ABRAHAM TRAVERSE, RWPA #W16449. He was born in Presink, Dutchess County, New Yorkon August 7, 1757. He married at Aquackanouck, New Jersey on June 4, 1779 Hannah Van Ostrandt.He served as a drummer in Captain John Brinkerhoff's Company of the Rombout District Regimentof Dutchess County Militia [Colonel Dirck Brinkerhoff's Regiment]. He states that CaptainBrinkerhoff was a son of Colonel Dirck Brinkerhoff. He also served in Captain Henry Pawling'sCompany of Colonel Philip Courtlandt's Regiment.

AMOS TRAVIS, RWPA #R10684. He was born in White Plains Township, Westchester County,New York on May 16, 1746. He served in Captain Seth Marvin's Company of Colonel [ ] Scott'sRegiment of Orange County Militia.

GEORGE TRAVIS, RWPA #R10685. He was born in White Plains Township, Westchester County,New York in 1760. He served in Captain Elijah Townsend's Company of the FredericksburghPrecinct Regiment of Dutchess County Militia.

JAMES TRAVIS, RWPA #R10685. He was born in Dutchess County, New York in 1760. Heserved in Captain George Lane's Company of the Fredericksburgh Precinct Regiment of DutchessCounty Militia (Colonel Henry Luddington's Regiment).

JONATHAN TRAVIS, RWPA #S21540. He was born at Crumpond, Yorktown Township,Westchester County, New York in 17[ ], a son of Joseph Travis and a brother of Gilbert Travis.He served as a private in Captain Smith Heddy's Company of the Manor of Cortlandt Regiment ofWestchester County Militia [Colonel Samuel Drake's Regiment]. He speaks of the British LightHorses invading Westchester County and killing Major [ ] Flagg and Colonel [ ] Greene atRichardson Davenport’s within Yorktown Township, Westchester County, New York in May of1780. His file contains depositions by Jonathan Graves, John Hyatt, Joseph Travis, and DanielCarman.

THEAUS TREAT, RWPA #R10692. He was age 70, when deposed on February 25, 1831. He diedin 1824. He served in Captain Gideon King's Company of the King’s District Regiment of AlbnayCounty Militia. He also served in Captain John Lusk's Company of Colonel Andrew Lusk's Regiment.

ABNER TREMAN, RWPA #W18157. He was born on December 25, 1761. He married in AlfordTownship, Berkshire County, New York on July 30, 1785 Mary McLallen, a daughter of JamesMcLallen. He died in the Town of Ulysses, Thompkins County, New York. He served as a privatein the Second New York Regiment. His file contains a discharge signed by General GeorgeWashington.

JACOB TREMPER, RWPA #R10694. He was born in the Town of Rhinebeck, Dutchess County,New York in 1759. He was a nephew of Captain Jacob Tremper who died in August of 1777. Heserved in Colonel Levi Paulding's Regiment.

NICHOLAS TREMPER, RWPA #W22453. He married in the Town of Montgomery, OrangeCounty, New York on November 29, 1782 Elizabeth Bodine. He died on February 3, 1808. Heserved as a private in Captain William Faulkner's Regiment of Colonel Levi Pawling's Regiment.

NICHOLAS TREMPER, BLWt #85082-160-55. He was born on October 7, 1762. He married inthe Town of Saugerties, [ ] County, New York on February 14, 1798 Anna Schoonmaker. Anna wasborn on March 14, 1776. He died in in the Town of Saugerties, [ ] County, New York on February20, 1831. He served during the war under the command of Lieutenants Peter Becker, MartinHommel, and Peter Post of Major Adam Wynkoop's Regiment of Ulster County, New York Militia.His file contains a deposition by Jonathan Osterhoudt.

ALEXANDER TURNER, RWPA #W16765. He married in Fishkill Township, Dutchess County,New York on December 3, 1777, Phebe [ ]. His will and probate file records are on frames 0103-14.His file contains a Family Bible Record. He served as a corporal in Captain [ ] Cooper's Companyof Colonel James Clinton's Regiment.

JOHN TURNER, RWPA #R6550. He was born on January 25, 1740. He married in NorwalkTownship, Connecticut on June 15, 1777, Sarah Van Hoesen. Sarah was born on January 2, 1757.His file contains a Family Bible Record. He served in Colonel John Lamb's Regiment of Artillery.

LEMUEL TURNER, RWPA #R2649. He was born in Bridgewater Township, Plymouth County,Massachusetts. He married in Plattsburgh Township, Clinton County, New York on February 1,1799, Adah Gaylord. Lemuel's widow married (3) Joshua Daniels who died in Chazy Township, New York on February 3, 1844. He fought as a private in the Battle of White Plains and waslater wounded in the thigh in the Battle of Stillwater. His file contains a deposition by John A. Ferrisof Colonel John Lamb's Regiment of Artillery.

PETER TURNER, RWPA #S42548. He served as a private in Captain James Robinson's Companyof Colonel James Livingston's Regiment.

SAMUEL TURNER, RWPA #R10764. He was born on March 22, 1747. He married inBrookhaven Township, Suffolk County, New York on march 13, 1782, Sarah [ ]. He died in VirgilTownship, Cortlandt County, New York on December 16, 1838. His contains a Family Bible Record.He served in Captain John Wendell's Company of the First New York Regiment and was reportedas a deserter on May 22, 1780.

SIMEON TURNER, RWPA #R10751. He was born at Musquetac Cove on Long Island, New Yorkon May 30, 1742. He married, per the records of the Dutch Reformed Church of Claverack inColumbia County, New York on September 1, 1787, Anna Clapper. He died on December 4, 1838.He served in Captain [ ] White's Company of the Second New York Regiment and in Captain JamesVan Schaick's Company of Lieutenant Colonel Frederick Weisenfelt's of Levies.

STEPHEN TURNER, RWPA #W2198. He was born on September 10, 1761. He married, per therecords of the Presbyterian Church of Patterson in Putnam County, New York on July 31, 1781, AmyBennett. He died on March 4, 1848. His file contains Stephen's Family Bible Record, as well as aGeorge Eastwood's Family Bible Record. Stephen served as a private in Captain [ ] Berry's Companyof Colonel Townsend's Regiment, and as a private in Captain Joel Abeel's Company of ColonelLudington's Regiment.

WILLIAM TURNER, RWPA #S11583. He was age 72, when deposed on September 25, 1832.He served as a private in the regiments of Colonels Paulding's, Hamstrock, Van Cortlandt, andCantine. He states his regiment was to assist in Sullivan's Campaign, but marched to late to joinClinton's Division. His file contains a deposition by Valentine Smith and Silas Boucker.

SILAS TYLER, RWPA #S7774. He served in Captain Peter Mills' Company of Colonel JeduthanBaldwin's Regiment.

SIMEON TYLER, RWPA #R10790. His file contains a Family Bible Record. He served in CaptainSackett's Company of Colonel [ ] Hamilton's Regiment.

WILLIAM TYLER, RWPA #S42562. He served in Captain Peter Mills' Company of ColonelJeduthan Baldwin's Regiment.

JOHN VAN AERMAN, RWPA #W18207. He married, per the records of the Dutch Reformed ofSchenectady, Schenectady County, New York. It is stated in his file that theHelleburgh is now known as Guilderland.

JOHN VAN ANTWERP, RWPA #S14761. He was born in the City of Albany, Albany County,New York in 1760. He died in Schaghticoke Township, Rensselaer County, New York on June 13,1848. He served as an ensign in Captain Jacob Yate's Company of Colonel Peter Yate's Regiment.His file also contains depositions by Peter Van Antwerp, John Van Hoesen, and WynantVanderburgh.

JOSEPH VAN CLEVE, RWPA #W211. He was born in Clarkstown Township, Rockland County,New York on March 2, 1765. He married in Orange Township, Rockland County, New York onMarch 5, 1787, Elizabeth Stevens. He died in Orange Township, Rockland County, New York onMarch 24, 1837. He served in the Haverstraw Precinct Regiment of Orange County Militia [ColonelAnne Hawks Hay's Regiment].

LAWRENCE VAN CLIEF, RWPA #S42583. He served in the Third New York Regiment [ColonelPeter Gansevoort's Regiment].

MINARD VAN DE BOGART, RWPA #W22477. He married in Pleasent Valley, Dutchess County,New York on November 6, 1783, Elizabeth [ ]. He died at Fort Ann in Washington County, NewYork on January 17, 1834. He served in Captain Abraham Swartout's Company of the Second NewYork Regiment [Colonel Philip Van Cortlandt's Regiment]. He died at Fort Ann in WashingtonCounty, New York on January 17, 1834.

MYNDERT VANDEBOGART, RWPA #R10856. He served in Captain Elijah Herrick's Companyof Colonel Morris Graham's Regiment.

JOHN VAN DEMARK, RWPA #W16557. He married on January 11, 1775, Jane [ ]. He died onApril 26, 1814. He served in the Second New York Regiment.

JOSEPH VAN DEMARK, RWPA #S14757. He was born in Rochester Township, Ulster County,New York in 1762. He served in Captain John Burnett's Company of Colonel Albert Paulding'sRegiment.

LODYWICK VANDEMARK, RWPA #R5372. He was born on February 18, 1760, brother ofJoseph Vandemark. He married on December 20, 1783, Charity [——————]. He died in PhelpsTownship, Ontario County, New York January 6, 1813. His file contains a Family Bible Record. Heserved in Colonel Levi Paulding's Regiment.

SOLOMON VAN DEMARK, RWPA #W15827. He was born on November 30, 1757. He servedin Captain [ ] Hardenburgh's Company of Colonel Levi Pawling's/Paulding's Regiment. His filecontains a Family Bible Record.

JOHN VANDERBURGH, RWPA #S42600. He enlisted for a twelve month tour in the Fourth NewYork Regiment in 1776.

ANTHONY VAN DER POEL, RWPA #S22560. He was born in Newark, NewJersey in April of 1749. He married Elizabeth Johnson. He died on December 1840.

MALCART VAN DER POEL, RWPA #S42586. He was age 63, when deposed on April 15, 1818.

ABRAHAM VAN DEUSEN, RWPA #R9467. He married on either on September 20, 1781, orSeptember 25, 1780, Elizabeth Miller, a daughter of Jacob Miller of Albany, New York. He died inOctober of 1787. His widow married (2) George Shell who died on August 4, 1818.

MATTHEW VAN DEUSEN, RWPA #R10851. He was age 83, when deposed on March 23, 1842.

PETER VAN DEUSEN, RWPA #R10850. He married on December 10, 1769. He died on March11, 1825. His file contains depositions by his son-in-law and his power-of-attorney, Mariah VanDeusen.

WILLIAM VAN DEUSEN, RWPA #R10852. He married the City of Schenectady, SchenectadyCounty, New York in 1781, Rachel Peterson, a sister of John Peterson. He died in June of 1830.

CORNELIUS VAN DEUZEN, RWPA #W17776. He was a brother of Gloudy Van Deusen andJames Van Deusen. He married in Catskill Township, Greene County, New York on December 4,1777, Rachel Elting, a daughter of Lieutenant James Elting. He died on October 8, 1786. Rachel wasborn in Columbia County, New York. His widow married (2) Abraham Salisbury who died on June16, 1824. His file contains depositions by Johannes Van Deusen (his son), James Van Deusen, andGloudy Van Deusen.

BENJAMIN VAN ETTE, RWPA #S42597. He died on April 22, 1823. He also appears in therecords as Benjamin Van Etten. He served in Captain Garret L. Vedder's Company of ColonelCornelius D. Wynkoop's Regiment.

HENRY VAN ETTEN, RWPA #S11630. He was born in Goshen Township, Orange County, NewYork in 1763. He served in Captain Wilhelmus Westfall's Company of the Goshen District Regimentof Orange County Militia. His file contains depositions by Obadiah Beaty, Martin Cuykendall, andCharles Stuart.

LEVI VAN ETTEN, RWPA #S28921. He was born in Minisink Township, Orange County, NewYork on July 12, 1757. He served in Captain Wilhelmus Westfall's Company of of the GoshenDistrict Regiment of Orange County Minisink. His file contains depositions by Gideon Westerbrookand William A. Cudderback.

JACOBUS VAN ETTER, RWPA #S42577. He served in Captain Edward Lounsbry's Company ofthe Second New York Regiment. His file contains depositions by William Ernest and CorneliusQuick.

MARTIN VAN EVERY, RWPA #W15967. He died in October of 1816. He served in Colonel WilliamMalcom's Regiment.

ABRAHAM VAN FLEET, RWPA #S40617. He served in the regiments of Colonels WilliamMalcom and Goosen Van Schaick's of the New York Line.

DANIEL VAN FLEET, RWPA #S14763. He served in the companies of Captains Adam Cuddebackof the South End Regiment of Ulster Regiment and Colonel [ ] Westfall. His file contains adeposition by John Brook.

JAMES VAN FLEET, RWPA #WR10864. He served in Colonel Gilbert Cooper's Regiment.

Lieutenant LEVI VAN AUKEN, RWPA #W18213. He married in Kingston Township, UlsterCounty, New York on May 14, 1775, Elizabeth Turpenning. He served in Colonel [ ] Nichol'sRegiment of Militia.

MATHIAS H. VAN DENBERGH, RWPA #R10837. He was born in Coxsackie Township, GreeneCounty, New York on September 26, 1761. Robert Van Denbergh states he remembers seeingMathias serving in 1777. He served in Captain Henry Van Bergen's Company of Colonel AnthonyVan Bergen's Regiment.

HENRY J. VANDERBURGH, RWPA #S14760. He served in Captain Cornelius Van Wyck'sCompany of Colonel Henry Swartout's Regiment.

WYNANT E. VANDENBERGH, RWPA #S32032. He served in Captain [ ] Yate's of ColonelPeter Yate's Regiment.

CORNELIUS VANDERBILT, RWPA #R10838. He served in the Haverstraw Precinct Regimentof Orange County Militia [Colonel Anne Hawkes Hay's Regiment].

JAMES VANDERBILT, RWPA #S16278. He served in Colonel Francis Nichol's Regiment.

JOHN VANDERBILT, RWPA #W16803. He served in Captain John Blauvelt's Company of theManor of Cortlandt Regiment of Westchester County Militia [Colonel Samuel Drake's Regiment].

JAMES VANDERBOGERT, RWPA #W18205. He served in Captain John Van Kluck's Companyof Colonel John Frayer's Regiment.

JAMES VANDERBURGH, RWPA #28919. He served in Captain [ ] Durley's Company of theBeekman’s Precinct Regiment of Dutchess County Militia [Colonel William Humphrey's Regiment].

ADAM VANDERHADEN, RWPA #W20105. He served in the First New York Regiment.

PETER VAN DER LYN, RWPA #W4364. His file contains an unreadable payroll. [microfilm wasto light to read]. A Peter Van Derlin served as the surgeon of Lieutenant Colonel Albert Pawling’sRegiment of Troops Raised for the Immediate Defense of the State of New York on April 27, 1781.

JACOBUS (JAMES) PAUL VANDERVOORT, RWPA #W2830. He married in SchenectadyTownship, Schenectady County, New York on February 14, 1779, Annatje Schuyler, a daughter ofGeorge and Gertrude Schuyler. She was born in October of 1758. He served as a private in CaptainJohn Brinkerhoff’s Company of The Rombout Precint Regiment of Dutchess County Militia [ColonelDirck Brinckerhoff’s Regiment].

THOMAS VAN GAASBEEK, RWPA #S23045. He was born in Kingston Township, UlsterCounty, New York on February 24, 1756. He served in Captain Moses Cantine's Company of LeviPawling's Regiment. He also served in Colonel Morris Graham's Regiment.

MATTHEW VAN GILDEN, RWPA #W20103. He served for six years in Captain JamesRosencrantz's Company of the Fifth New York Regiment [Colonel Lewis Dubois' Regiment].

CHRISTIAN VAN VORST, RWPA BLWt #1921-100. John Lighthall states he served withChristian in the Third New York Regiment in the Battle of Yorktown and states that moments beforethe Cornwallis’ Surrender, a cannon ball struck their redoubt and which killed Christian.

JELLES VAN VORST, RWPA #S42602. He served in the First New York Regiment. His filecontains depositions by William Lighthall and Walter Swits.

ISAAC VAN GUILDER, BLWt #1658-100. He received bounty lands for his services in the SecondNew York Regiment.

HENRY VANHINING, RWPA #R10871. He is stated to have lived at Saratoga during the war andis said to have served between 18 and 24 months in the New York Services under Captain [ ] VanVeghten of [Colonel [ ] Dunning’s Regiment].

GARRET VAN HOESEN, RWPA #S92598. He served in the companies of Captains [ ] Lee and[ ] Vandenburgh of the Second New York Regiment.

EGGO T. H. VAN HOEVENBARGH, RWPA #S11615. He served in Captain Henry Pawlng'sCompany of Colonel Albert Pawling's Regiment of Levies.

DANIEL VAN HORN, RWPA #W6346. He served in extreme southern New York and in NewJersey.

JOHN VAN HORN, RWPA #W16771. He was born on October 5, 1756. He married atHeydenburgh in Lebanon County, New York on December 15, 1774, Sarah [ ]. His widow was bornon August 25, 1756. He died in Hannibal Township, Oswego County, New York on May 27, 1820.He served in Captain Nathaniel Norton's Company of the Fourth New York.

DAVID HORNE, RWPA #W24602. He served as the captain of a company of New York Troops.

ABRAHAM VAN HOUTEN, RWPA #S23046. He served in Captain [ ] Cooper's Company of the Manor of Cortlandt Regiment of Westchester County Militia [Colonel Samuel Drake's Regiment].

CLAUS VANHOUTEN, RWPA #S23041. He served in Captain [ ] Cooper's Company ofLieutenant Colonel Gilbert Cooper's Regiment.

JOHN VANHOUTEN, RWPA #S[ ]. He served in Captain [ ] Smith's Company of Colonel FrancisNichol's Regiment.

Lieutenant RESOLVERT VANHOUTEN, RWPA #S23037. He was born in ClarkstownTownship, Orange County, New York on December 14, 1743. He served in Captain JacobOnderdonk's Company (also known as the King Street Company) of the Haverstraw PrecinctRegiment of Orange County Militia [Colonel Anne Hawkes Hay's Regiment].

TUNIS VANHOUTEN, RWPA #W19568. He served in Captain Jacob Onderdonk's Company (alsoknown as the King Street Company) of the Haverstraw Precinct Regiment of Orange County Militia[Colonel Anne Hawkes Hay's Regiment].

JOHN VAN HUFF, RWPA #S42575. He served in Colonel [ ] Vossa's Regiment of MassachusettsTroops. He also served a tour in Captain Daniel Van Ness's Company of the First New YorkRegiment.

JOHN VAN HUSEN, RWPA #S23983. Age 81, when he was deposed on August 27, 1833. Heserved in Captain Moses Canine's Company of Colonel Peter Yate's Regiment. He served a tour atFort Edward which he states he was picketed.

Doctor DIRK VAN INGEN, BLWt #2181-400. He served as a surgeon in the New York Line from1777 through January of 1780.

HAZAEL VAN KAUREN, RWPA #S11602. He was born in Shawagunk Township, Ulster County,New York in 1753. He served in Captain Johannes T. Jansen's Company.

PETER VAN KLEEK, RWPA #W9284. He married in New York City, New York circa 1772,Catharine Bogart. He was killed in the Battle of Saratoga while serving as an ensign in the SecondNew York Regiment.

FREDERICK VAN LEW, RWPA #S23035. He was born in the Jamaica District of Queens County,New York on February 5, 1755. He served throughout the war in the Lower Hudson Valley and inNew Jersey.

NATHANIEL VANNAKEN, RWPA #W6360. He was born at Carpenter's Point (at the confluenceof the Neversink and Delaware Rivers) in Sullivan County, New York on December 19, 1764.Nathaniel states his father's family occupied a log fortress during the war. He served tours in thecompanies of Captain Moses Cortright of Lieutenant Colonel Moses Hatfield's Regiment; and CaptainAbraham Westfall of Colonel Frederick Weisenfelt's Regiment at Peen Pack and Minisink, on theDelaware River, in Sullivan County, New York.

ABNER VAN NAMEE, RWPA #S11632. He served in Captain [ ] Wilsey's Company of Colonel[ ] Yate's Regiment.

ISAAC VAN NATTER, RWPA #R10878. He served in Captain Peter Westfall's Company ofMilitia.

DAVID VAN NESS, RWPA #W18188. He was born a brother of Abram D. Van Ness. He marriedon March 23, 1777, Hannah Van Buren. Their first child, Sarah Van Ness, was baptized in the DutchReformed Church of Kinderhook on January 17, 1779. He died on December 14, 1828. He servedas the captain of a company of the First New York Regiment. His file contains his captain'scommission, an order to assist General LaFayette, and a Assistant Commissary General of Forage'sreturn.

GARRET VAN NESS, RWPA #W18189. He was born on January 21, 1750. He married inCambridge Township, Washington County, New York on March 16, 1769, Effe [ ]. His widow wasborn on October 14, 1749. His widow was pensioned by H.R. 121 on February 9, 1842. He servedas a lieutenant in Captain [ ] Doty's Company of Colonel Lewis Van Woert's Regiment. His filecontains his commission and a portion of an Orderly Book or Journal.

JAMES VAN RENSSELAER, RWPA #R[ ]. He was born on January 20, 1747. He married (1)on October 10, 1782, Catherine Van Cortlandt who was born on September 30, 1754.

NICHOLAS VAN RENSSELAER, RWPA #S42587. He served as the captain of a company in theSecond New York Regiment.

MARTIN VAN SLYCK, RWPA #W15812. He married in Charlestown Township, MontgomeryCounty, New York on August 13, 1774, Margaret Storm. He died in Ashford Township, CattaraugusCounty, New York on July 29, 1833. She died at Elliotville, New York on January 4, 1839.

ELIAS (VAN) STEENBERGH JUNIOR, RWPA #W22312. He was born eight miles east of theVillage of Poughkeepsie, New York on August 27, 1759. His file states an Elias Steenbergh, Seniorwas born on June 30, 1734. He married on September 20, 1789, Mary Taylor. Elias, Junior, servedas an ensign in Colonel Jacobus Van Schoonhoven's Regiment of Albany County Militia.

ABRAHAM VAN TASSEL, RWPA #W16770. He married in Mount Pleasent Township,Westchester County, New York in February of 1776, Elizabeth Terks. He died in Mount PleasentTownship, Westchester County, New York in October of 1826. He served in the WestchesterCounty, New York Theater.

CORNELIUS VAN TASSEL, RWPA #W18201. He married on January 30, 1776, Alsey Brower.He served in Captain Adiel Sherwood's Company of Colonel Morris Graham's Regiment. He wastaken prisoner on September 1, 1780, near Fort Ann and was held until the war's end.

JACOB VAN TASSEL, RWPA #S23465. He served in Captain [ ] Comb's Company of Colonel[ ] Hammond's Regiment.

JOHN VAN TASSEL, RWPA #S23465. He served in Captain [ ] Comb's Company of Colonel [ ] Hammond's Regiment.

STEPHEN VAN TASSEL, RWPA #W4365. He served in Captain [ ] Ladeur Company of theMiddle Regiment of Westchester County Militia [Colonel Thomas Thomas' Regiment].

NICHOLAS VAN TASSEL, RWPA #W18182. No notes were taken from this file.

ISAAC VAN TYNE, RWPA #S42581. He served in Captain Henry Dubois' Company of the FifthNew York Regiment.

ADAM VAN VALKENBURG, RWPA #W25828. He married in Schoharie Township, SchoharieCounty, New York on November 19, 1789, Magdalena Borst, a daughter of John Borst. He appearsas Adam Valk in the Schoharie Church Records. He states he was also known as Adam Follockduring the war. He died in German Flatts Township, Herkimer County, New York on either October28 or October 29, 1830. Lany was born in November of 1769.

BARTHOLOMEW VAN VALKENBURG, RWPA #W19567. He married on January 30, 1780,Elizabeth Moore, a daughter of William and Elizabeth (Maybrigh) Moore. Elizabeth Moore VanValkenburg died on January 5, 1783. He married (2) on March 16, 1788, Catherine Pruyn, a daughterof Hermin Pruyn and Janetie (Goes) Pruyn. He died on August 4, 1831. He served as a lieutenant inthe First New York Regiment.

FRANCIS VAN VALKENBURG, RWPA #W19567. He was born on December 25, 1755. Hemarried in Nobletown Township, Columbia County, New York on September 11, 1784, Sylvia Covel.He died on March 12, 1813. His file contains a Family Bible Record. He served in the Second NewYork Regiment.

WILLIAM VAN VALKENBURG, RWPA #S11597. He was born in Kinderhook Township,Columbia County, New York. He served in the Hudson River Valley Theater.

ABRAHAM VAN VLACK, RWPA #R10895. He was born in Fishkill Township, Dutchess County,New York on February 2, 1755. He served in the Hudson River Valley Theater in Colonel MorrisGraham's Regiment.

ABRAHAM VAN VLACK, RWPA #R10897. He was born in Schenectady Township, SchenectadyCounty, New York on January 10, 1756. He served as boat builder at Saratoga under ColonelChristopher Yates and states while he was there the Master Boat Builder was Jacob Vrooman.

GEORGE VAN VLEET, RWPA #S11634. William Kufer states he served with George in Colonel[ ] Pawling's Regiment.

CHRISTIAN VAN VORST, BLWt #1921-100. He was killed in the Battle of Yorktown whileserving in the First New York Regiment.

JELLES VAN VORST, RWPA #S42602. He served a tour in the First New York Regiment. Hisfile contains depositions by William Lighthall and Walter Swits.

JOHN VAN VRANKEN, RWPA #W18190. His file contains depositions by Adam Van Vranken,Orderly Sergeant Derick C. Groat, and Garret Van Vranken.

GERRIT VAN WAGENEN, RWPA #S9499. He served in Colonel McDougal's Regiment ofContinental Troops.

HENDERICUS VAN WAGENEN, RWPA #R10905. He served in Colonel Pawling's Regiment.

JOHANNES VAN WAGENEN, RWPA #R10906. He served in Colonel Pawling's Regiment.

HENRY VAN WOERT, BLWt #2252-200-Lt. He received a Bounty land Warrant for services inthe New York Line.

JOHN VAN WOERT, RWPA #S14758. He was born in the City of Albany, Albany County, NewYork in May of 1750. He died in Pittstown, New York on October 5, 1836. He was discharged fromthe Commissary Service on November 14, 1777, by Commissary Elisha Avery. He served as a secondlieutenant in Captain Jacob J. Lansing's Company of Colonel Phillip P. Schuyler's Regiment (the FirstRensselaerwyck Regiment) and received permission from Jacob Cuyler to avoid service in TryonCounty on July 10, 1780. He received an exemption from duties in Tryon County from BrigadierGeneral Abraham Ten Broeck on July 11, 1780. His file also contains his second lieutenant'scommission and a deposition by Harman Knickerbacker.

THOMAS VAN WOERT, RWPA #R10909. He married in Athens Township, Greene County, NewYork on January 20, 1790, Dianna Murphy. He died on December 17, 1836.

CORNELIUS VAN WORMER, RWPA #W18197. He married in Catskill Township, GreeneCounty, New York on July 16, 1785, Catherine Hendricks. He died on March 17, 1824. He servedin Captain Philip Conine's Company of Colonel Anthony Van Bergen's Regiment in 1781. His filecontains depositions by John Winne and Peter Van Wormer.

PETER VAN WORMER, RWPA #S23464. He served in Captain Requaw's Company of Colonel[ ] Hammond's Regiment.

HARMANUS VEDDER, RWPA #S6310. He was born in Niskayuna Township, SchenectadyCounty, New York. He served in Captain Nanning Fisher's Company of the Halfmoon and BallstonDistrict Regiment of Albany County Militia. His file contains depositions by Claus J. Van Vrankenand Nicholas P. Van Vranken.

JOHN VENUS, RWPA #S26845. He served in Captain Hallett's Company of the Second New YorkRegiment. He resided in Queens County during the war and received an Invalid's Pension in 1821.

JOHN VENUS, RWPA #S42595. He served in Captain [ ] Hallett's Company of the Second NewYork Regiment.

JOHN T. VISSCHER, RWPA #S28929. He was age 87, when deposed on September 15, 1832.He served as a first lieutenant in Captain William Hun's Company of Colonel Abraham Cuyler'sRegiment. His file contains a copy of orders issued to him on frame 0629, on Microfilm Reel #2461.

JACOB VRADENBURG, RWPA #S11629. He served in the Fourth New York Regiment early inthe war.

GEORGE WAGGONMAN, RWPA #S46320. He applied for a pension on June 20, 1828. Heserved in Captain Aaron Austin's Company of the Third New York Regiment, but later transferredinto the First New York Regiment.

JOHN J. WALDO, RWPA #S6321. He served throughout the war in about the City of Albany,Albany County, New York in Colonel John Van Rensselaer's Regiment.

BENJAMIN WALDRON, RWPA #R11018. He was born on York Island on February 5, 1759. He served in Colonel Dirck Brinkerhoff's Regiment.

CORNELIUS WALDRON, RWPA #W16459. He was born a brother of Peter Waldron. Hemarried Catrina Becker on December 12, 1790. He and his brother served in Colonel Knickerbocker'sRegiment.

SAMUEL B. WALDRON, RWPA #S14778. He served in Captain Benson's Company of ColonelHughes Regiment.

WILLIAM WALDRON, RWPA #R11021. He served under General George Washington on LongIsland.

TIMOTHY WALES, RWPA #S33235. He served in Captain Polly's Company of the Second NewYork Regiment.

NATHANIEL WALLACE, RWPA #W29797. He was pensioned by the 51st Congress in its FirstSession with the support of Report # 193. He served as a private in Captain James Hadlock'sCompany of Colonel Peter Yate's Regiment of Militia (the 14th Albany County Militia Regiment).His daughter, Lucy Hale, received a pension from his services per House Resolution #2433. LucyHale died on October 2nd or 3rd, 1894 at age 71 years and nine months.

URIAH WALLACE, RWPA #W25907. He married in North Salem Township, WestchesterCounty, New York on June 21, 1780 Fanny Drake. He died in Sing Sing Township, WestchesterCounty, New York on February 24, 1812. He served as a lieutenant of Dragoon's and as a privatein the infantry. His services were performed under the following officers: Captain Joseph Benedictof Westchester County, New York and Captain [ ] Doolittle of Connecticut; and Captain JohnMandeville's Company of Light Horse. His file contains depositions by James Philips and ElizabethPhilips.

WILLIAM WALLACE, RWPA #S11646. He served as a private in Captain [ ] Nicholson'sCompany of Colonel Levi Paulding's Regiment. He fought in the Battle of Long Island. He alsoserved in Colonel Frederick Weisenfelt's Regiment in 1782. His file contains depositions by JonathanOdell, Cornelius Landerman, and George E. Mapes.

WILLIAM WALLACE, RWPA #S26849. He served in Captain Derrick Hanson's Company of ColonelJames Livingston's Regiment.

JOHN W. WALLINBACK, RWPA #R11076. He married in Southeast Township, Putnam County,New York in October, 1793, Joanah [ ].

JACOB WALS, RWPA #S43243. He was age 55, when deposed on April 8, 1818. His file containsdepositions by Jacob Watts, Junior and Michael Watts.

JOHN WALSH, RWPA #S44206. He served in Captain [ ] Copp's Company of the First New YorkRegiment.

JACOB WALTER, RWPA #S23988. He was age 77, when applying on January 15th, 1834. Heserved under General Philip Schuyler in 1777. He also performed services in Pennsylvania.

SETH WALTER, RWPA #W16461. He married at Norfolk in Litchfield County, Connecticut onApril 27, 1786, Ruhannah Seward. He died in Providence Township, Saratoga County, New Yorkon November 29, 1815. His widow died on September 6, 1838. He served throughout the war as aprivate, in an unnamed unit. He is stated to have enlisted in while in the City of Albany, AlbanyCounty, New York. His contains depositions by John Pettit and Valentine Rathbone.

FREDERICK WAMIRE, RWPA #S44019. He served in Captain [ ] Godwin's Company ofColonel Lewis Dubois' Regiment from 1776 until the end of the war. His file contains a depositionby Abraham Delancey.

JOHN WANDEL, RWPA #S40639. He served in Captain [ ] Hamtrameck's Company of theSecond New York Regiment.

HENRY WANDELL, RWPA #W11707. He was born in Newburgh Township, NewYork on August 29, 1762. He married in Richmond Township, Ontario, Canada on September 20,1829 Abigail [ ]. He served in Captain [ ] Brodwick's Company of Colonel [ ] Spencer's Regiment.

JACOB WANDELL, RWPA #S44011. He was born in Dutchess County, New York on May 19,1747 (Old Style). He served in Captain [ ] Brodwick's Company of Colonel [ ] Spencer's Regiment.

JOHN Y. WANDELL, RWPA #W15816. He married, per the records of the Dutch ReformedChurch of Schagitoke, Rensselaer County, New York on February 1, 1778, Annatie VanDenburgh,a sister of Wynant C. Vandenburgh. He died on March 6, 1824. He served in Captain John Vischer'sCompany of the First New York Regiment. His file contains depositions by Wynant C. Vandenburghand John W. Tunnicliff.

DAVID WANDLE, RWPA #S26886. He married on February 25, 1784. He died in OgdenTownship, Monroe County, New York on September 16, 1825. He served in Captain [ ] Brodwick'sCompany of Colonel [ ] Spencer's Regiment.

AARON WARD, RWPA #S14800. He was born in Newark, Essex County, New Jersey in 1749.

ABIJAH WARD, RWPA #W18254. He married in Thomas Hatch's Home in Hillsdale Township,Columbia County, New York on October, 1782, Rachel [ ]. He died on December 15, 1835. Heappears in the Muster Rolls as Abijah Ward. He served in Captain John Davis' Company of the FourthNew York Regiment from May 1st, 1779 through January 1st, 1780.

DANIEL WATERBURY, RWPA #S28933. He was age 79, when deposed on August 23, 1843.He served in Captain Ebeneezer Scofield's Company of Colonel Thadeus Crane's Regiment.

SAMUEL WATERBURY, RWPA #R –. His son, Stephen Waterbury, was age 70, when deposedon July 5, 1848. He served in Captain Ebeneezer Scofield's Company of Colonel Thadeus Crane'sRegiment.

MAJOR WATSON, RWPA #S38460. He served as a private in Captain Joseph McCracken'sCompany of the First New York Regiment.

WILLIAM WATSON, RWPA #W8569. He served as a private in the New Jersey Theater.

JOSIAH WEAVER, RWPA #R11243. He was born in Warwick Township, Rhode Island on June 16, 1748. He served in the regiments of Colonels Jacobus Van Schoonhoven and [ ] Vanderburgh.

RICHARD WEAVER, RWPA #S11726. He was born in East Greenwich, Kent County, RhodeIsland. He served in the Ulster County Militia.

ROSSEL WELCH, RWPA #S43265. He served in a Massachusetts Regiment commanded byColonel Tupper in 1782.

THOMAS WELCH, RWPA #W18309. He was born on November 16, 1751, Old Style. He marriedin Amenia Township, Dutchess County, New York on August 9, 1774, Rebecca Barnet, a sister ofJohn Barnet. Rebecca was born on October 15, 1755. His file contains a Family Bible Record. Heserved in Captain R. Herrick's Company of the Fifth New York Regiment. His file contains adeposition by John Barnet.

DAVID WELLS, RWPA #S9522. He was born in Dover Township, Dutchess County, New Yorkon September 21 1764. He served in Captain [ ] Well's Company of Colonel [ ] Sherwwod'sRegiment.

J. WELSH. He enlisted in Captain Henry Tiebout’s Company of the Third New York Regiment onApril 15, 1779, as substitute for Seth Rowley.

JOHN Y. WENDELL, RWPA #W15816. He married, per the records of the Reformed DutchChurch of Schagitoke in Rensselaer County, New York on February 1, 1778, Annatie Van Denbergh,a sister of Wynant Van Denbergh. John died on March 6, 1825. He served in the First New YorkRegiment. His file contains a deposition by Wynant Van Denbergh.

JACOB WHEELER, RWPA #W18310. He married in the home of Joshua Gallagher in ShaftsburyTownship, Bennington County, Vermont in 1771, Sophia Starkinweather. His widow was born onJune 14, 1755, a sister of Roger Starkinweather and Billins Starkinweather, and states she had fivebrothers who fought in the war. His widow was a niece of Nicholas Groat of Spencertown Township[Abraham Clark, RWPA's #S12696 & #R2010 states this place is now known as AusterlitzTownship], Rensselaer County, New York in who's home her daughter was born on August 22, 1775.He served a tour at Johnstown in 1775. He fought in the Battles of Quebec and Saratoga.

WILLIAM WHITE, RWPA #S26904. He served as a private in Captain David Stowell's Companyof Colonel William William's Regiment. He was wounded in the Battle of Saratoga.

WILLIAM WHITE, RWPA #[ ]. He served as a sergeant in Captain [ ] Spencer's Company ofColonel [ ] Snyder's Regiment.

JOHN WILKELOW, RWPA #W22671. He married in the home of Jansen Hasbrouch and his wifeshortly before the Peace of 1783 before witnesses: Simeon Low and his wife; Jeremiah Low and hiswife; Zacharias Hasbrouch and his wife; Jonathon Tompkins; and Catharine Tompkins. He served asa private in Captain Jacob Wright's Company of the Second New York Regiment.

JOHN HENRY WILKERT, RWPA #R11544. He served as a private in Captain [ ] Fleming'sCompany of the Second Regiment of New York Artillery (John Lamb's Regiment).

AUGUSTUS WILKIE, RWPA #S44219. He was age 70 when deposed on August 22, 1820. Heserved as a private in Captain Garret Vedder's Company of Colonel Cornelius D. Wynkoop'sRegiment from 1776 through 1777. He then enlisted in Captain [ ] French's Company of the SecondNew York Regiment and hired John Jacques as his substitute in 1779.

JOHN WILKINS, RWPA #S3606. He was born in Trenton, New Jersey on January 28, 1752. Heserved as a private in Captain William Cox's Company of Colonel [ ] Lacey's Regiment. and inCaptain Andrew Anderson's Company of Colonel [ ] Ellis' Regiment. His services in New York arequestionable.

JOHN WILKINSON, RWPA #S4724. He was born in Smithfield, [ ] County, Rhode Island onFebruary 16, 1753. He served as a surgeon in the regiments of Colonel Chad Brown and [ ]Kimball. In 1776 he served for four months at West Point as a surgeon under Colonel James Clinton.

ROBERT WILKINSON, BLWt #7991. He served as a sergeant.

ALEXANDER WILEY, RWPA #S29548. He served in Kings District Regiment of Albany CountyMilitia [Colonel [ ] Whiting's Regiment].

JOHN WILEY, RWPA #S44223. He died on January 29, 1829. He served as the captain of acompany of Colonel [ ] McDougall's Regiment, as well as in Colonel Elias Dayton's Regiment of theNew Jersey Line. At some point in the war he served as a Commissary General of Purchases. His filecontains his captain's commission which is dated February 24, 1776. His file also contains a dischargesigned by General [ ] McDougal on November 12, 1780.

WILLIAM WILEY, RWPA #W19630. His file contains a letter from William to his wife which waswritten during the Battle of Saratoga.

JOSIAH WILLEY, RWPA #W22649. He died on January 29, 1839. He served as a private inCaptain [ ] Chase's Company of the Second New Hampshire Regiment until June of 1780.

JAMES WILLIAMS, RWPA #S23488. He served as a private in Captain Gray's Company of theManor of Cortlandt Regiment of Westchester County Militia [Colonel Samuel Drake's Regiment].

JAMES WILLIAMS, RWPA #S32070. He was born in Plainfield Township, Connecticut onFebruary 26, 1764. He served as a private in Captain [ ] Wager's Company of Colonel MorrisGraham's Regiment and performed duties in the Hudson River Valley and Albany, New YorkTheaters.

JAMES WILLIAMS, RWPA #W26066. He served as a private in Captain [ ] Westfall's Companyof Colonel [ ] Ritzman's Regiment.

JOSEPH WILLIAMS, RWPA #R11596. He was age 83, when deposed on January 7, 1839. Heserved in Captain [ ] Dolson's Company of the Florida and Warwick District Regiment of OrangeCounty Militia [ ] Regiment in 1775, and fought in the Battle of Bunker's Hill.

JAMES WILLIAMSON, RWPA #S23487. He married in the Town of Setauket, Suffolk County,New York March 23, 1793 Sophia Satterly, a daughter of Elnathan Satterly. He died on January 9,1837. His file contains a Family Bible Record. He served as a private in Captain [ ] Roe's Companyof the Manor of Cortlandt Regiment of Westchester County Militia [Colonel Samuel Drake'sRegiment].

JOHN WILLIAMSON, RWPA #S11784. He was born in the Town of Southold, Suffolk County,New York on July 21, 1752. He served in Captain Daniel Griffen's Company of Colonel JamesClinton's Regiment.

JOHN D. WINNE, RWPA #S11806. He was born on October 9, 1759. He served under CaptainsWilliam Winne, John Van Wie and Henry Oothout of Colonels Henry Quackenboss and VolkertVeeder.

ABRAHAM WOOD, RWPA #S14880. He was born in the Town of Montgomery, Orange County,New York on December 25, 1759. He served as a private in Captain [ ] Gillispy's Company ofColonel [ ] Hardenburg's Regiment. He states that Captain [ ] Roos was killed in a battle at FortMontgomery, New York.

ALEXANDER WOOD, RWPA #S44099. He was age 68 when deposed on September 5, 1825. Heserved as a private in Captain Daniel Denton's Company of Colonel [ ] Ritzman's Regiment.

BENJAMIN WOOD, RWPA #R11780. He served as a carpenter in Captain [ ] Trusdell's Companyin 1781. Timothy Wood states he worked with Benjamin on the Chenodepieze across the HudsonRiver in 1779.

ELI WOOD, RWPA #W16480. He died on November 12, 1830. He served a sergeant in CaptainWilliam Pierce's Company of Colonel Morris Graham's Regiment. in 1777, and was wounded in thestorming of West Point.

ENOCH WOOD, RWPA #W9030. He was born in Sharon Township, Litchfiled County,Connecticut in 1763. His family migrated from Connecticut to Ballston in 1779. He served as aprivate in Captain Tyrannus Collins' Company of the Ballston and Sartoga District Regiment ofAlbany County Militia. Enoch states a Mister Stow was killed in the Ballston Raid of 1780. ElijahSprauge states he, his father and Enoch Wood were taken by the British in their 1780 raid onBallston. His file contains a deposition by James Bennett.

GEORGE WOOD, RWPA #S11872. He was born in the Town of Florida, New York in 1756. Heserved as a private in Captain Nathaniel Elmor's Company of the Florida and Warwick Regiment ofOrange County Militia [Colonel John Hawthorne's Regiment]. His file contains a deposition byRichard Clark.

HENRY WOOD, RWPA #S10050. He served as a private in Captain John Bell's Company ofColonel Morris Graham's Regiment. His file contains depositions by Tunis Tallman, John House,Peter Stephens, Abraham Storms, James Tenour, and Henry Van Duzer.

ISRAEL WOOD, RWPA #S14897. He served as a private in Captain [ ] Delaven's Company ofColonel [ ] Thomas' Regiment.

JAMES WOOD, RWPA #W19653. He married in the Town of Schenectady, Schenectady County,New York on December 5, 1784 Polly Nesbit who was also known as Mary Nesbit. He died in theTown of Schenectady, Schenectady County, New York on February 11, 1827. He served as a privatein the Fifth New York Regiment until late 1780 when he was transferred to the Second New YorkRegiment. His file contains a deposition by Joseph Carley of the New York Regiment.

JARED WOOD, RWPA #S11882. He served as a private in Captain [ ] Jone's Company of Colonel[ ] Bradley's Regiment at West Point.

JOHN WOOD, RWPA #W9028. His file contains a Family Bible record. His file contains a letterdated either 1789 or 1792 concerning a drought in North Carolina.

JOHN WOOD, RWPA #W22698. He married in Rhode Island. He served as a private in CaptainStepehn Olney's Company of Colonel Israel Angell's Regiment of the Rhode Island Line. After thecompletion of the war he migrated to the Town of Fairfield, Herkimer County, New York. His filecontains a discharge signed by Colonel Israel Angell on October 22, 1785.

JOSEPH WOOD, RWPA #R11794. He was born in the Town of Clarkstown, [ ] County, NewYork on June 20, 1748. He served as a corporal in Captain John Gardner's Company of theHaverstraw Precinct Regiment of Orange County Militia [Colonel Anne Hawk Hay's Regiment].

AMOS WOODRUFF, RWPA #S14901. He was born in 1750. It appears from his file he performedno duties in the New York Theater of the war.

NOAHDIAH WOODRUFF, RWPA #R11822. He served as a teamster at West Point in UlsterCounty, New York.

DANIEL WOODWORTH, RWPA #S23612. He was born in Ulster County, New York on January14, 1752. He served in Captain Nicholas Johnson's Company of Colonel [ ] Van Horne's Regiment.He speaks of the destruction of a fort at Van Lines Kill fifteen to twenty miles from Mama Cattling[Sullivan County, New York] in 1777. He also speaks of the death of Captain Samuel Drake.

DYER WOODWORTH, RWPA #S17799. He was born in Salisbury Township, Litchfield County,Connecticut on November 20, 1757. He served in the Fourth New York Regiment in 1777.

REUBEN WOODWORTH, RWPA #W26118. He married his bride's father's house in StillwaterTownship, Saratoga County, New York in September of 1782, Olive Millard. He died in SalinaTownship, Onondago County, New York on February 15, 1842. He served in Captain Job Wright'sCompany of the First New York Regiment in 1777. Reuben states his father's home was used asGeneral Horatio Gates' Headquarters during General John Burgoyne's Campaign in 1777.

WILLIAM G. WOODWORTH, RWPA #S17207. He served in Captain John McKellup's Companyof Colonel John Blair's Regiment in 1780.

WILLIAM WOOLCUT, RWPA #S45458. He was born in August of 1745. He served in CaptainJames Rosencrantz's Company of the Fifth New York Regiment.

AUSTIN WOOLLEY, RWPA #R11851. He was born in Dutchess County, New York in 1750. Heserved in Captain [ ] Wheeler's Company of Colonel [ ] Baschom's Regiment.

ISAAC WRIGHT, RWPA #S14906. He served in Captain [ ] Lee's Company of Colonel [ ]Hazen's Regiment.

JACOB WRIGHT, RWPA #S14093. He was born in Nine Partners Township, Dutchess County,New York in 1759. He performed some of his duties in the Schoharie Valley. Rhodonick Beebe stateshe served with Wright under General Philip Schuyler in 1777.

AARON YERKS, RWPA #R10631. He married on June 27, 1776 Peggy or Becky Seeger. He diedin the winter of 1789. He was also known as Aaron York. He served as a private in Captain [ ]Burnett's Company of Colonel [ ] Paulding's Regiment.

JAMES YERKS, RWPA #W16487. He married in the Town of Tarrytown, Westchester County,New York in 1774. He died in Mount Pleasent, New York in 1806. He served in Captain JesseBaker's Company of Lieutenant Colonel James Hammond's Regiment.

JOHN YERKS, RWPA #W23502. He was a born in the Town of Tarrytown, Westchester County,New York in 1758. He served as a private in the companies of Captain Jesse Baker and CaptainWilliam Dutcher's Company of the Manor of Cortlandt Regiment of Westchester County Militia[Colonel Samuel Drake's Regiment].

AARON YORK. See Aaron Yerks, RWPA #R10631.

ISAAC YOUMAN, RWPA #W7381. He served in the First New York Regiment.

CHRISTIAN YOUNG, RWPA #S4740. He served as a private in Captain [ ] Graham's Companyof Colonel Albert Paulding's Regiment.

CHRISTIAN YOUNG, RWPA #S4740. He served in Captain [ ] McCracken's Company of theFirst New York Regiment.

HENRY YOUNG, RWPA #S24031. He served as a private in Captain [ ] Pawling's Company ofColonel Morris Graham's Regiment of Levies.

ISRAEL YOUNG, RWPA #W16485. He was born in Southold Township, Suffolk County, NewYork in 1757. He served in Captain [ ] Griffin's Company of Colonel James Clinton's Regiment.

JAMES YOUNG, RWPA #S23503. He was born in Poughkeepsie Township, Dutchess County,New York on March 22, 1760. He served as a private in Captain [ ] Hunter's Company of ColonelMorris Graham's Regiment.

JAMES YOUNG, RWPA #S23505. He served as the captain of a Company of Carpenters.

JEREMIAH YOUNG, RWPA #S28958. He was born at Kiskaton in Catskill Township, GreeneCounty, New York on October 2, 1755. He served as a corporal in either Captain John L. DeWitt'sCompany or in Captain Lucas DeWitt's Company of the First Regiment of Ulster County Militia.

JOHN YOUNG, RWPA #S14912. He was born in October of 1753. Other than fighting in the Battleof Saratoga, he served throughout the war in the Connecticut Theater. His file contains a MilitaryWarrant.

JOHN YOUNG, RWPA #R703. He married in Schoharie County, New York. He died circa 1796.He served in the Lieutenant [ ] Brinkerhoff's Company of the Charlotte District Regiment ofDutchess County Militia [Colonel Roswell Hopkin's Regiment].

PETER YOUNG, RWPA #R11972. He was age 77 or 78, when deposed on March 12, 1839. Heserved in Captain [ ] Dubois Company at a picket fort in Bern Township, Albany County, New York,and was out on an alarm when the Dietz Family was killed.

DAVID YOUNGLOVE, Disabled. He died at the German Flatts, Herkimer County, New York in1797. He served in the war as a private.

JOHN YOUNGLOVE, RWPA #S26972. He died in Cambridge Township, Washington County,New York on February 3, 1821. He served as a second major in the Cambridge District Regimentof Albany County Militia (Colonel Lewis Van Woert's Regiment) and was wounded while thusengaged on July 30, 1781.

SAMUEL YOUNGLOVE, RWPA #S14910. He was born in Somerset County, New Jersey onApril 15, 1763, the youngest of six brothers. He states he served in Captain Stephen DeGar'sCompany of the Cambridge District Regiment of Albany County Militia as an orderly sergeant.Samuel states his brother David Younglove was wounded in the Battle of Bennington; and that hisbrother [Major] John Youglove was wounded while serving in the Cambridge District in the summerof 1781. He also speaks of the capture of Esquire [ ] Blake by Loyalists under the command ofLieutenant [ ] Hayward.

BENJAMIN YOUNGS, RWPA #S11918. He served in the companies of Captains Thomas Lee ofthe Dutchess County Regiment of Associated Exempts, Captain [ ] Van Kurah, and Captain WilliamTelford's Company Company of the South End Regiment of Ulster County Militia. He states heserved a tour at Fort Montgomery.

JOHN YOUNGS, RWPA #S14909. He served in the First Southold Company of Suffolk CountyMilitia. His file contains depositions by Noah Rackett and Jonathan Vail.

SAMUEL YOUNGS, RWPA #S45484. He served in Captain Jesse Drake's Company of the First(South) Regiment (Colonel Joseph Drake's Regiment) of Westchester County, New York Militia. Hestates he was the keeper of the Frog's Neck Lighthouse for a number of years. His file containsinteresting details on the Revolutionary War in the lower part of New York. He fought in a Battlein Westchester County, New York.

CHRISTOPHER ZEIGLER, RWPA #R11987. He served in the Second and Third New YorkRegiments.

BRISTO ZIBBERE, RWPA #R11986. His file contains the original returns of goods possessed byGeneral Burgoyne's Army in 1775.

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