VERMONT SOLDIERS IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR

[203] A Payroll for Capt. Jason Duncan's Company of Militia in Col. John Sargeants' Regiment in the State of Vermont for marching to Brattleboro' sundry times, by order of Col. Sargents in order to suppress the disaffected party in said Regiment, in December, 1782.

Private Alexander [Alex.] Kelley

Days 2

Wages 0.6.0

Miles 10

Total 0.3.4 [3 shillings, 4 pence].

Dummerston, Feb. 10, 1783. Then personally appeared Capt. John Duncan and solemnly swore that this muster roll was a true Muster Roll, according to his best knowledge.

Before me, Jonathan Knight, Justice of the Peace.

Pay Table office, Sunderland, July 24, 1783. The within roll examined and approved and the Treasurer of the State of Vermont is directed to pay the same, <excerpt>

[Source is ROLLS OF VERMONT SOLDIERS IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR 1775-1783, prepared and published under the direction of Major General Martha T. Rainville, The Adjutant General, Camp Johnson, Colchester, Vermont, 1998, Volume 2, page 618. -- Transcribed by Jan Jordan]


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