Three Rivers
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NEW YORK MUSTER ROLLS of New York Provincial Troops.
1755-1764.
Published by the New York Historical Society. 1897

MUSTER ROLL OF THE COMPANY UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPT. PHILL. JN° SCHUYLER FROM THE 1ST SEPT TO THE 30th THEREOF INCL.
Phill. Jno. Schuyler, Captain.
Henry Van Schaack, Lieut
Phill. Lansingh, Lieut
Joshua Brooks, Sergt
Danl. Bixby, Sergt
John Mc Intire, Sergt
Andries Besinger, Sergt
Anthony Warren, Corpl.
Oliver White, Corpl.
Abrm. Concklin, Corpl.

Richard Hornet
Johannis Graat
Saml.Roberts
John Thomas
5 Benjm.Sampson
Sam' Van Valkenburgh
John Althuysen
Frans Klaw
John Woodcock
10 Sangro Warren
Nicholas Graat
Garret Bowman
Francis Crebel
Edward Wheeler
15 Jurigh Drotepigh
Charles Deer
David Crawford
Alexr. Grant
Johannis Waaker
20 George Albreghtell
Hugh Flannagan
Jacob Woodcock
James Williams
Anthony Noble
25 John St Lawrence
Nicholas Follard
Isaac Van Alstyn
Napthaly Owens
Jerone VanVlieren
30 Ruben Prime
Johannis Vedder
Christopher Lodewyck
George Shurrf
Benjm. Wampum
35 Dirck Woodcock
Saml.Taylor
Willm.C. Halenbeek
Thomas Curril
Charles Jacobs
40 Saml. Thomas
Willm. Higgins
Willm. Beecraft
George Patterson
William Ward
45 Robert Barret
George Rainer
Petrus Schut
Hans Jurigh Buch
Johannis Jager
50 Phillip Harrnen
Joseph Plall
Martin Zigler
Henry McCormack
John Nojares
55 Joseph Bosworth
Willm.Crouder
Jonathan Lowell
Jacob Quackenbosh
Thomas Caton
60 Bastian Pompale
Thomas Walsh
David Winchell
Oliver Thayre
John McNamara
65 Peter Faverois
Anthony Speck
67 John Eerhart

Below privates discharged
Patrick O'Neale
David Price
Myndert Wynkoop
Jonathan Hutchins
John Brooks
George C. Cock
Mathew Howell
Christian Ceerhart
William Pendal
William Deer, Drummer Do. (Possibly this stands for ditto.)
78 Richard Hews, Dead

I do swear on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God that the Men whose Names are mentioned In the within Roll or List were in the actual Service of the Province of New York For the time as calculated By the underneath Day note, In Coll. Willm. Cockroffts Reg1 and my Company.
PHILL. JN° SCHUYLER
Lake George Sworn before me ye 9th Octr. 1755
PHIL. SCHUYLER.
Recd. of Messrs. Phill Schuylcr & John Depeyster Paymasters to the Forces Raised by the Province of New York the sum of One hundred and Ninety pounds Nineteen Shillings and Nine Pence. In full for myself and Company as per the above pay Note as witness my hand at Lake George this 9th Octr. 1755.
PHILL. JN° SCHUYLER.

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