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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 Men Rais'd and Pass'd Muster in the City and County of Albany for Cornelius Van DenBergh's company, Albany May 17th 1762.

Note: Do means same.

MEN'S NAMES. Dates of inlistment. Age. Where born. Trades. Officers whom inlisted them. Stature.
1 John Simons ..................... March 25 37 Germany Barber Capt Vandenbergh 5' 7 3/4"
2 Peter Venson .................... do 29 24 Labourer Capt Vandenbergh 5' 5 1/4"
3 Nicholas H inkle .................. do 29 50 Germany Labourer Capt Vandenbergh 5' 4 1/4"
4 Alexander Sharper ............... do 29 34 Germany Capt Vandenbergh 5' 8 1/2"
5 Robert Dixon................... do 28 45 England Copper Smith Capt Vandenbergh 5' 3"
6 William Goff..................... do 28 34 Ireland Carpenter Capt Vandenbergh 5' 7 1/2"
7 Jeremiah McCarty ............. do 30 30 Ireland Sawyer Capt Vandenbergh 5' 7"
8 John Roach...................... do 25 32 Germany Butcher Capt Vandenbergh 5' 6"
9 John Ceaton ..................... do ___ 25 Ireland Labourer Capt Vandenbergh 5' 5"
10 Calob Nelsson .................... do 24 42 Pensalvania Wool comber Capt Vandenbergh 5' 8"
11 John Prime ..................... do 29 26 Germany Labourer Capt Vandenbergh 5' 7 1/2"
12 Derick van Dyke................ April 1 20 County of Albany Labourer Capt Vandenbergh 5' 7 3/4"
13 Martin Shoffnear ............... March 29 40 Germany Weavour Capt Vandenbergh 5' 5 1/4"
14 Joseph Groff..................... do 27 38 Germany Butcher Capt Vandenbergh 5' 5"
15 John Jerman ..................... do 31 31 Old France Labourer Capt Vandenbergh 5' 4 1/2"
16 Barthol. Goodwell ............... do 25 54 Germany Butcher Capt Vandenbergh 5' 4"
17 Jacob Sweller ................... do 24 54 Germany Limner Capt Vandenbergh 5' 6 1/2"
18 Thomas Harman ................. do 25 28 Germany Masson Capt Vandenbergh 5' 5 3/4"
19 John Cochnam ................... March 26 27 Germany Labourer Capt Vandenbergh 5' 2 1/2"
20 Thos. Murphey................... do 28 50Ireland Labourer Capt Vandenbergh 5' 3"
21 Fredrick West ................... do 25 41 Germany Labourer Capt Vandenbergh 5' 4 1/2"
22 Jacob Michel..................... do 27 26 Germany Baker Capt Vandenbergh 5' 4 1/2"
23 Peter H inkle ..................... do 26 58 Germany Caprenter Capt Vandenbergh 5' 8"
24 Antony Browner ................. do 28 50 Germany Baker Capt Vandenbergh 5' 5"
25 Martin Sealy ..................... do 26 37 Germany Cordwinder Capt Vandenbergh 5' 2 3/4"
26 John Johnsson ................... do 29 23 Germany LabourerCapt Vandenbergh 5' 4 1/2"
27 Thomas Feazer .................. April 21 Long Island Carpenter Capt Vandenbergh 5' 5 1/2"
28 John Roch ......................... do 1 26 Germany Weaver Capt Vandenbergh 5' 2"
29 Thomas Gibson .................. do 7 18 Long Island Labourer Capt Vandenbergh 5' 2 3/4"
30 Joshua Charles ................... do 6 20 New England Labourer Capt Vandenbergh 5' 10"
31 James O'Bryant .................. May 8 37 Ireland Brewer Capt Vandenbergh 5' 7 1/2"
32 Jacob Timberman ................ April 27 26 Germany Taylor Capt Vandenbergh 5' 5"
33, Lawrence Haburn ................ do ____ 45 Scotland Gardner Capt Vandenbergh 5' 2"
34 John Johnson, Mulatto............ do 14 52 Albany Weaver Capt Vandenbergh 5' 6"
35 Benedick Fritts .................. do 12 35 Germany Labourer Capt Vandenbergh 5' 2 1/2"
36 Thomas Brown ................... do 13 19 New England Labourer Capt Vandenbergh 5' 10"
37 Isarail Spencer ................... do 13 18 New England Labourer Capt Vandenbergh 5' 10"
38 Abraham Johnson ................ do 16 17 New England Labourer Capt Vandenbergh 6'
39 Cornelius Jacobs ................. do 22 19 West Indies Labourer Capt Vandenbergh 5' 2 1/2"
40 John Ray............................ do 25 20 Germany Labourer Capt Vandenbergh 5' 8 1/4"
41 Hendrick Wheeler................ do 22 22 County of Albany Labourer Capt Vandenbergh 5' 7"
42 John Woodcock ................. do 22 36 County of Albany Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 8 1/4"
43 Thomas Marks .................. do 2 25 Maryland Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 10 1/2"
44 Thomas Pandle .................. do 6 38 Ireland Labourer Lieut Miller5' 6 1/4"
45 Alexander Sweeny............... do 11 48 New England Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 9"
46 Samuel Malary ................... do 21 18 Ireland Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 8 1/2"
47 Richard Gilbert .................. do 12 16 New England Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 6"
48 Peter Davies ..................... do 1 35 Mohawk River Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 5 3/4"
49 Edward Vaughan................. do 25 18 Ireland Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 5 3/4"
50 James Lynch .................... do 8 21 England Taylor Lieut Miller 5' 5 1/4"
51 John Sweeny..................... do 2 45 New England Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 7 3/4"
52 John Coxen....................... do 1 35 New England Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 3 1/2"
53 Abner Lewis ..................... do 25 18 Clavarock Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 4 1/4"
54 Ezekiel Clark ................... do 25 21 Germany Lieut Miller 5' 8 1/4"
55 Samuel Higgins ................. do 17 17 Clavarock Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 4 1/4"
56 Francis Heyler ................... do 22 35 Germany Taylor Lieut Miller 5' 8 1/4"
57 Henry Widderwax................ do 11 19 Manor Livingston Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 6 1/2"
58 Thomas Jodd ..................... Mav 10 20 New England Labourer Lieutent Miller 5' 5"
59 Squire Pixley .................... April 13 21 New England Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 3"
60 Edmond Ryan ................... do 9 40 Ireland Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 3"
61 Abram Woodcock ............... do 12 22 Dutchess Co. Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 9 1/2"
62 Ezekia Battesson ................. April 26 24 New England Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 10"
63 David Battesson .................. do 16 33 New England Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 5 1/4"
64 Jeremiah Battesson............... do 25 21 New England Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 6 1/2"
65 Elekias Clark .................... do 12 18 New England Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 7 1/2"
66 Henry Houghtalen ............... May 13 18 Dutchess Co. Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 4"
67 John Dingman .................. April 6 19 Clavarock Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 8"
68 Jacob Warner.................... do 13 17 New England Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 8 1/4"
69 Thomas Current................. May 2 50 England Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 2 1/4"
70 James Carley .................... April 5 16 New England Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 3 1/4"
71 John Piercey..................... do 25 40 Long Island Carpenter Lieutenant Miller 5' 2 1/4"
72 James O'Bryant.................. May 16 48 Ireland Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 8 1/2"
73 John Tom ....................... March 27 25 England Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 8"
74 Alexander Mall .................. April 22 27 Scotland Weaver Capt. Vandenbergh 5' 4 1/2"
75 Michel Rurach ................... do 4 28 Ireland Labourer Capt. Vandenbergh 5' 9"
76 William Pew..................... May 11 34 New Jersey Labourer Capt. VAndenbergh 6'
77 Oliver Kedder.................... do 18 18 New England Labourer Lieut Miller 5' 8"
78 John Brevmer ................... April 8 55 Germany Labourer Capt. Vandenbergh 5' 4"
79 Conrade Bazoon ................. do 12 56 New York Labourer Capt. Vandenbergh 5' 6 3/4"
80 Michel Fullard, Indian ............ March 25 22 Road Island Labourer Capt. Vandenbergh 5' 7"
81 Randle Job, Indian ............... do 27 21 New England Labourer Capt. Vandenbergh 5' 9"
82 George Weaver .................. May 20 21 German Flatts Labourer Capt. Vandenbergh 5' 5 1/2"
83 James Nelson .................... March 30 20 New Jersey Cordwinder Capt. Vandenbergh 5' 2 1/2"
84 John Broceks, Melato ............. May 19 24 Albany Labourer Capt. Vandenbergh 5' 5"
85 Thomas Robertson, Melato....... do 18 Staten Island Labourer Capt. Vandenbergh 5' 1"
86 John Pyshel ..................... do 23 28 Germany Ferer Capt. Vandenbergh 5' 6 1/2"

These may Certify that the above Named Men being Mustered adn past for Capt. Cornelius Vandenbergh's company to the Number of Eighty five one being since Mustered arrested and put in Joail. Albany May 24, 1762.

Pr. Myndr. Roseboom, Col., Goose Van Schaick., Lt Col

Albany ye 24th may 1762. Recd. from messrs Gerardus De Peyster and Dirck Ten Broeck The Sum of Eight Hundred and fifty pounds being the Bounty in full for 85 (this one can't count correctly either) men Raised and passed Muster for my company at Ten pounds pr man, Agreeable to Act of the General Assembly, as also the Inlisting money Being Eighty five pounds. Capt. Cornelius Vandenbergh.

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