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Muster Roll of Captain Peter Rutton's Company in the 4th Battalion of New Jersey Volunteers commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Abraham Buskirk - Powles Hook, July 7,1779:

Rank Names Enlistment Reason Absent
CaptainPeter Rutton
LieutenantJames Sarvenear
SergeantSamuel Vangesen
SergeantWilliam Bell
SergeantAbraham Rutton
CorporalJohn Hopper Sick in Quarters
CorporalPhilip Hanselpacker
CorporalGeorge Webb
DrummerJoseph Sigths
PrivatePeter Ramsey
PrivateWilliam Ramsey
PrivateCoonrod Frisiner Sick in Quarters
PrivateFrancis Batey
PrivatePeter Rednor
PrivateRichard Wanemaker
PrivateGeorge Smith
PrivateJacob Romine
PrivateDavid Degrote
PrivateAbraham Ackermin
PrivateFrancis Smith
PrivatePhilip Henriques
PrivateMathew Knaught
PrivateLodewick Fisher
PrivateHenry Wannemaker
PrivatePeter Wannemaker
PrivateJohn Wannemaker
PrivateNicholas Wannemaker
PrivateWilliam Sturr
PrivateFrederick Bruce
PrivateJohn Abell
PrivatePeter Smith
PrivateTimothy Colins
PrivateStephen Foster
PrivateGeorge Hemmion
PrivateJacob Hemmion
PrivateCaleb Levick
PrivateJohn Page
PrivateRobert Clighorn
PrivateJohn Van Sile
PrivateSamuel Demorest
PrivateSamuel Conklin
PrivateJohn Blefield
PrivateThomas Smith
PrivateWilliam Fox
PrivateGeorge Cope
PrivateNautus Staker
PrivateJoseph Nash
PrivateJohn Bilyou
PrivateJohn Wilkison
PrivateJohn Conolly Sick New York
PrivateCoonrod Hanselpacker Taylor at Harlem
PrivateJohn Sickles Taylor at Harlem
PrivateWilliam Smith Recruiting
PrivateJacob Ackerson Recruiting
PrivateRichard Ackermin Recruiting
PrivateJacob Montonye Prisoner with ye Rebels
PrivateWilliam Winter Prisoner with ye Rebels
PrivateDavid Byard Prisoner with ye Rebels
PrivateMathew Bennett Prisoner with ye Rebels
PrivatePeter Fisher Prisoner with ye Rebels
PrivateHenry Clauback Prisoner with ye Rebels
PrivateWilliam Brown Prisoner with ye Rebels

Note on Richard Wanemaker: Richard Wannamaker died in gaol in Philadelphia in 1780. His widow, Elizabeth, married a John Post, and settled in the Maugerville, New Brunswich, Canada area.

Transcribed by Donna Ristenbatt. From the New Jersey State Archives, Trenton, NJ. Loyalist Muster Rolls, Reel #232, Vol. 4, pg. 1241.

For more Loyalist Muster Rolls, be sure to check out The Olive Tree Genealogy Homepage by Lorine McGinnis Schulze.

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