well, with what you list, first thing to do is make sure that you have the correct info since it shows that there were two people with similar names that have been mixed together over the years..
in your question there is no mention of war of 1812 service, but you have a reference for that in the bio.
do not see where Vermont supplied a regiment to the continental army.
militia outfit Green Mountain Boys under ethan allen (a cousin of ebenezer) was at the start of the war, Ebenezer Allen is listed as a notable member, not as the Col/commander, but they disbanded in 1776, so dates mismatched to the stated service of 1780
Remnants of Green Mountain Boys went to the Green Mountain Continental Rangers under Seth Warner, but they disbanded in 1779, again, dates do not match for 1780.
Vermont as an independent nation in 1777 initially supported the American revolution, but then became neutral.
saw a couple references to (LtCol) Col Samuel Canfield militia regiment at West Point in 1781, but not what state it was from.
Col Josiah Starr was a commander of the 1st Connecticut Regiment, last incarnation of that regiment (since listed after being with canfield in 1781) would be [[Category: 1st Connecticut Regiment (1781), Continental Army, American Revolution]]