proof for Laurent Bruno Tremblay's service in the Revolutionary War,

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Nice site! Is there a muster roll or service record or othe primary proof for Laurent Bruno Tremblay's service in the Revolutionary War,
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Take a look at his profile for clues: 

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Tremblay-709

by Jillaine Smith G2G6 Pilot (757k points)
Thanks Jillane!  The site has only secondary sources. Fold3 has queries made in 1942 regarding pension records for Tremblay.  None were found, but  then a lot of thos records were burned in 1812. I have the Chazy history book and it does not have a reference for the note about his service and pension.  Tremblay is not in the DAR database or the SAR database. I am hoping anyone reading my post, who has a primary proof like a muster roll,  will answer.  In the mean time I am going to search at the David Library of the Revolutionary War.  I will share if I find a muster roll.
I wonder if he's not there because he was living in Canada when the war broke out (did i get that right?). I don't know enough about that era or area.

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