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Henry Emanuel Lutterloh (1743 - 1798)

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Henry Emanuel Lutterloh
Born in Germanymap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married in Pennsylvania or Virginia, USAmap
Descendants descendants
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Died in Brussels (Bruxelles), Belgiummap
Profile last modified | Created 10 Aug 2013
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Contents

Biography

Residence

Residence:
Date: 1775
Place: per SAR application 56632/Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Notes

Note N119Henry Lutterloh assisted in the American Revolution according to the SAR application filed in 1937 by Edward Marsden Hussong of Medford, Oregon. His sister, Grace Bardine, filed DAR application 278241. Ancestors and Descendants of Henry E and Rachel Webber Lutterloh are included in the application. Per the SAR application he was quartermaster general of forage, and commissary of forage. This application gives generations going back to Karl I of Brunswick and his wife, Anna of Bavaria. Additional detail is given on SAR application 56632, dated 1938: Henry Emanuel Lutterloh enlisted in the 2nd New York Regiment of the Colonial Army and later transferred to the 3rd Virginia Regiment. He was appointed Deputy Quartermaster of Forage July 1, 1777 with the rank of colonel and was appointed Quartermaster General of Forage, Commissary of Forage, 1780, with the rank of Colonel in which capacity to the end of the war. Residence was Germantown, Pennsylvania. His appointment is recorded in the orderly book of Major William Heth 3rd Virginia Regiment, Headquarters, Middlebrook, New Jersey, July 1, 1777, published by the Virginia State Historical Society, Vol. XI, New Service Proceedings, 1891, pg 376 (can be found online in 2012.) An extended account of his service is related in the German Element in the United States - Albert Bernhardt Faust, Vol I, pages 332-337, Houghton, Mifflin, 1909 (now available on google books in 2012). References: Heitman's Register of Officers of Continental Army, page 361; New York in the Revolution, Supplement, page 69; Vol. XI, p. 376, Virginia State Historical Society Proceedings, New Series, 1891; "Orderly Book of Major Wm. Heth, 3rd Virginia Regt.; Vol I, pp. 332-337, The German Element in the United States. Albert Barnhardt Faust; page 84, History of the Cincinnati; New York Regiments, Henry Clavanden. Colonel Henry Emanuel Lutterloh; SAR Membership: 54349; Birth Date:1743; Birth Place: Germany; Death Date: 6 Mar 1785; Death Place: Belgium; Father: Jean Aurist Lutterloh; Mother: Marie Lutterloh; Spouse: Rachel Webber; Children: Rachel Lutterloh. Source Citation: Volume 272; SAR Membership Number 54349. Source Information: Ancestry.com. U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.
A shoulder epaulet worn by Henry Emanuel Lutterloh is in the possession of the New York State Society of Cincinnati, and in 2011 is on display at Mount Gulian Historical Site, overlooking the Hudson River.


Acknowledgments

Thank you to Gayle Schell for creating WikiTree profile Lutterloh-1 through the import of SCHELL NICHOLS ancestors of Gayle 8-2013.ged on Aug 8, 2013.



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