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SOURCE: "Putnam's Monthly Historical Magazine", May, 1892-April, 1893, Vol. I; Eben Putnam, Publisher and Editor, Salem.

PART 2

(Continued from page 34.)

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HOLLISTON.

Vol. XII, fol. 13. --"The Militia Company of Foot in Holiston under ye command of Staples Chamberlain in Col. Samuel Bullard's Regiment who did in consequence of the alarm ye 19th of April last march to Roxbury" etc.

STAPLES CHAMBERLAIN, Captain.

JOSEPH MELLIN, Lieutenant. MOSES HILL, Lieutenant.

Sergeants.
James Perry
Jonathan Wiswall
Benjamin Bridges
Joshua Underwood
Corporals
Andrew Watkins
Danl. Hunt
Nathan Bulard
Asa Rider, Drummer.

Privates.
Enoch Chamberlain.
John Blanchard.
Samuel Pike.
Daniel Lealand.
Asa Fisk.
Wilard Hunt.
Abner Lealand,
Asa Bullard.
John Bulard.
Elijah Bulard.
Isaac Shefield.
Joseph Merifield.
Timothy Twitchell.
Samuel Whelock.
Simeon Littelfield.
Joseph Hill.
Ithamer Adams.
Jonathan Farbank.

      Time of service from three to eleven days.

OAKHAM.

Vol. XII, fol. 15. --"A muster Roll of a Company of Foot in the province service under the Command of Capt. John Crawford in a Regiment under the Command of Jonathan Warner Colonel."

JOHN CRAWFORD, Captain.

ISAIAH PARMENTER, Lieutenant. ALENDER BOTHWELL, Lieutenant.
Sergeants.
George Black
Samuel Metcalf
Benjamin Joslyn
Daniel Henderson
Corporals.
Silas Bullard
John Boyd
James Bell
Aaron Crawford, Drummer.

Privates.
Samuel Bell.
John Bartlot.
Joseph Berry.
George Castle.
John Furbush.
Joel Hayden.
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Wm. Bothwell.
John Bothwell.
Steward Blake.
Wm. Blake.
Daniel Delano.
Wm. Hooper Dunn.
Joseph Hazen.
Nathan Edson.
James Muckleheron.
Jacob Parmenter.
Isaac Stone.
Wm. Stevevson.

      Most Served from nine to fifteen days.

BELCHERTOWN AND GRANBY.

      Muster roll of the Company that marched on the 20th of April under the command of Capt. John Cowls in Col. Woodbridge's regiment.

JNO. COWLS, of Belchertown, Captain.

ASHAEL SMITH, of Granby, Lieutenant. ELEAZER WARNER, of Granby, 2nd Lieut.

Sergeants.
James Walker of Belchertown.
Joseph Lane of Granby.
Gideon Hannum of Belchertown.
Elijah Kent of Granby.
Corporals.
David Town of Belchertown.
John Preston of Granby.
Elijah Chapin of Granby.
Asa Smith of Belchertown.

Privates.
Dea. Joseph Smith of Belchertown.
Elijah Dwight            "            "
Wm. Kenfleld            "            "
Gideon Stebbins       "            "
Phinehas Lee           "            "
Moses Cowls           "            "
Asa Newton             "            "
Micah Pratt              "            "
Thaddens Fairfield   "            "
Matthew Moody       "            "
David Worthington   "            "
Elisha Root              "            "
Joseph Bardwell      "            "
Martin Bardwell       "            "
William Bliss             "            "
Solomon Hannum    "            "
Samuel Clark          "            "
Amasa Town          "            "
Jona. Kenfield         "            "
David Kenfield         "            "
Calvin Chapin         "            "
David Bridges         "            "
Phillip Carrier         "            "
Israel Cowls           "            "
Joseph Hutit           "            "
Solomon Smith      of Belchertown
Levi Shumway        "            "
Elisha Warner        "            "
Benjamin Whitney  "            "
David Church         "   Granby.
Eliphalet Green      "        "
Jno. Lane               "        "
Ivory Witt                "        "
(Farner) Taylor       "        "
Benj. Witt                "        "
Ebenr. Taylor         "        "
Ezekl. Barthon        "        "
Abrather Vinton      "        "
Jesse Gilbert         "        "
David Patrick         "        "
James Gidions       "        "
James Presson      "        "
Saml. Dickinson      "        "
Aaron Ayres            "        "
Robert Owens        "        "
Luther Ranger        "        "
Eleazer Ayres         "        "
Aaron Bartlett         "        "
Plyne Dwight of Belchertown.

      Range from nine to seventy-eight days service.

PELHAM.

      In Col. Benj. Ruggles Woodbridge's regiment.

DAVID COWDEN, Captain.

JAMES TAYLOR, Ensign. EBENEZER GRAY, Sergeant.

THOS. JOHNSON, Corporal.
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Privates.
Timothy Price.
James Barnes.
John Alexander.
Isaac Bennett.
Wm. Farguson.
James Harkless.
John Hood.
Wm. Hunter.
John Hamilton.
James Hall.
John Kelly.
John McShee.
James Patterson.
Adam Patterson.
Joseph Manken.
Saml. Rush.
Robert Selfrage.
John White.

      In service from eleven to seventeen days. Folio 26.

TOWNSEND.

      Capt. Samuel Douglass company in Col. James Prescott's regiment who "marched from home for ye defence of this Colony, against the ministerial Troops, and continued in the service, till ordered back to take care of the Tories in sd Townsend."

SAML. DOUGLASS, Captain.
SAML. HILDRETH, Drummer.
Privates.
Oliver Hildreth.
Jona. Hildreth.
Abijah Hildreth.
Ephm. Adams.
Joel Davis.
Isaac Holden.
Abner Adams.
Abner Brooks.
Abel Foster.
Danl. Campbell.
Samuel Scripture.
Robert Campbell.
Benj. Adams.
Joseph Giles.
Andrew Sarals.
Benj. Willson.
Jona. Grass.

Time of servvice four and five days. --Folio 42.

WESTMINSTER.

      A roll of the alarm men Nicholas Dike, Captain, who marched from Westminster in the county of Worcester to Cambridge, Mass. on an alarm, April 19th, 1775. --Folio 49.

NICHOLAS DIKE, Captain.
JOHN MILES, Lieutenant.

Joseph Miller.
Daniel Hoar.
Abner Holden.
Michael Gill.

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