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Muster Roll of Major Barclay's Company in the Loyal American Regiment commanded by Colonel Beverly Robinson, Guanus, May 11, 1782

NOTE: This muster roll has been graciously donated by Al Steinburg. You may write to him at steina@recorder.ca. The handwriting on this muster roll was particularly challenging. If you have a question on one of the men's names, feel free to e-mail to me.

Rank Names Reason Absent
Major CaptainThomas Barclay
LieutenantJohn Robinson
Ensign-?- MartinPrisoner on parole
SergeantGeorge B. Rodney
SergeantCornelius Hay
CorporalDavid Dopp In General Hospital
(Died June 6, 1782)
CorporalCharles MartenAbsent without leave
DrummerJeremiah Travis
PrivatePhilip Bright
PrivateWilliam RowallAbsent without leave
PrivateJohn Gigg
PrivateCornellius Steinberg
PrivateWilliam Baker
PrivateJohn LeRoy
PrivateWilliam Jewell
PrivateArt Medish
PrivateJohn Delong
PrivatePatrick Mullin
PrivateAaron Delong
PrivateAhasuerus Terwilliger
PrivateWilliam Wright
PrivateSimon DelongMaj. Barclay's Agent
PrivateKennet McKenzie
PrivateNathaniel Chambers
PrivateJohn Armstrong
PrivateFrederick Carter
PrivateWilliam Rogers
PrivateBartholomew (Nadon)?Confinement with Rebels
PrivatePeter (Frair)?Confinement with Rebels
PrivatePeter WeaverConfinement with Rebels
PrivateFrederick AckerConfinement with Rebels
PrivateMartin StoverConfinement with Rebels
PrivateAbraham PottsConfinement with Rebels
PrivateJames LapslieConfinement with Rebels
PrivateNathan ColeConfinement with Rebels

SOURCE: National Library of Canada in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Film Numbers: CC-4218 and C-4219.

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

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