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Pennsylvania archives. Fifth series

  • Pennsylvania in the War of the Revolution, battalions and line, 1775-1783
  • Pennsylvania in the War of the Revolution, associated battalions and militia, 1775-1783
edited by Thomas Lynch Montgomery under the direction of Frank M. Fuller
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English
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania : Harrisburg Pub. Co., 1906
8 v.
Pennsylvania archives. Sixth series

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United States Rosters of Revolutionary War Soldiers and Sailors are available online, click here.

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Vol. 2, 3, and part of 4 are corrected versions of most records found in Second series, v. 10-11, under the title: Pennsylvania in the War of the Revolution, battalions and line, 1775-1783; and, in Second series v. 13-14 under the title: Pennsylvania in the War of the Revolution, associated battalions and militia, 1775-1783.

For index to the Fifth series, see the Sixth series v. 15.

Contents: v. 1. Officers and soldiers in the service of the province of Pennsylvania 1744-1765; Indian traders 1743-1775; Ships registers 1762-1776; Muster rolls of the Pennsylvania navy 1776-1779; Letters of marque 1778-1782 -- v. 2. Col. William Thompson's Battalion of riflemen 1775-1776; First Pennsylvania Battalion, Col. John Philip De Haas 1775-1776; Second Pennsylvania Battalion, Col. Arthur St. Clair 1776-1777; Third Pennsylvania Battalion, Col. John Shee 1776-1777; Fourth Pennsylvania Battalion, Col. Anthony Wayne 1776-1777; Fifth Pennsylvania Battalion, Col. Robert Magaw 1776-1777; Sixth Pennsylvania Battalion, Col. William Irvine 1776-1777; Pennsylvania rifle regiment, Colonel Samuel Miles March 6, 1776; The Musketry Battalion, Colonel Samuel J. Atlee March 6, 1776; The State regiment of foot, Cols. John Bull, Walter Stewart March 1-Nov. 12, 1777; The Pennsylvania line from July 1, 1776 to November 3, 1783; Continental line (First, Second, Third, Fourth Pennsylvania) -- v. 3. Continental line (Fifth to Thirteenth Pennsylvania); Additional regiment (Col. Thomas Hartley's, Col. John Patton's); Pennsylvanians in Col. Hazen's regiment; Continental line, the German regiment; Pennsylvania regiment of cavalry, Colonel Stephen Moylan; Armand's First Partisan legion; Pennsylvanians in Pulaski's legion; Pennsylvanians in Lee's Partisan corps; the Corps of Count Von Ottendorff; Provost guard, Von Heer's light dragoons; Pennsylvanians in the commander-in-chief's guard; Continental line, Pennsylvania artillery; Pennsylvania line, Independent company of artillery; Continental line, artillery artificers

Contents (continued)-- v. 4. Continental line, the Invalid regiment, Col. Lewis Nicola; Soldiers who received depreciation pay as per cancelled certificates on file in the Division of Public Records, Pennsylvania State Library; Abstracts of pension applications on file in the Division of Public Records; List of "Soldiers of the Revolution who received pay for their services"; Enlistments under Major James Moore; Enlistment papers for year "1785", "1788" -- v. 5. Muster rolls and papers relating to the Associators and militia of the county of Bedford, Berks, Bucks, Chester -- v. 6. Cumberland -- v. 7. Lancaster -- v. 8. Northampton, Northumberland. (Associators, etc. continued in Sixth series).

Vol. 7 is missing pages 834-898 in the photocopy and on the fiche. The film contains the missing pages.

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