Three Rivers
History From America's Most Famous Valleys

The Book of Names
Especially Relating to The Early Palatines and the First Settlers in the
Mohawk Valley
Compiled and Arranged by Lou D. MacWethy
Published by The Enterprise and News
St. Johnsville, NY., 1933

Vol. 4, Pages 340-346

A return of the refugees or inhabitants of the German Flatts who were burned off and lost their effects by the enemy. All above 16 years old are allowed one pound of bread and one pound of beef and all under 16 years old half a pound of bread and a half a pound of beef per day.

Half Allowance

Such as have lost houses and barns but have some grain left and are put on half allowance:

Outlying Districts

Such as lived distant from Fort Dayton and were obliged to leave their habitations all the summer and have lost part of their effects and are on half allowance.

Absent Owners

Such as are absent at present but have lost houses, barns, and most of their effects:

Signed of the Petition

Signed by the principal officers and inhabitants of the German Flatts:

Prisoners of War from Clinton papers Vol 2, Page 596, Dec., 1777

Vol 6, Page 723, March 27, 1781

Vol. 6, Page 724, August 2, 1780

List of Prisoners of War, Albany and Tryon

Vol. 6, Page 731, Year 1781

State Prisoners Belonging to NY State Confined in Provost Gaol, Vol. 2, Page 723, Year 1777

Tories Detained for Refusing to Take Oath of Allegiance

Last two mentioned as having escaped.

Taken Nov, 18, 1780 at Veals Ford

Vol. 6, Page 722

Exchange of Prisoners Vol. 4, Page 50, Sept. 19, 1778

Troops captured at Fort Montgomery Ask for Arms, Wages, Rations, Due Them. Vol. 4, Page 205, Oct. 1778

Vol. 4, Page 206, Oct 1778

Vol. 4, Page 795, May 1779

Vol. 5, Page 951, July 1780

Vol. 6, Page 494, Dec. 780

Vol. 6, Page 514, Exchange of Prisoners Dec. 1780

Prisoners Captured and Confined in Canada

Taken at Fort Vreland, July 28, 1779, Vol. 6, Page 605

Prisoners in Canada, Vol. 6, Page 708, March 19, 1781

Vol. 6, page 762, April 11, 1781

Vol. 7 Page 274

Vol. 7, Page 290, Sept 1781

American Officers, Prisoner in L. I. Petition for Relief After Nearly Three Years of Captivity

Vol. 5, Page 750-752, May 1780

Vol. 5, Page 721, March 21, 1779

Vol. 7, Page 283, Sept. 1781

Vol. 7, Page 158, Aug., 1781

Exhange of Prisoners

To Be Exchanged for British Prisoners Held by the Continentals 1780 Vol. 6, Page 451

Vol. 4, Page 292, Nov. 1778

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