Frenchand Indian War militia and provisioners to the militia
Submittedby: Freddie Spradlin <email@example.com> Date:Oct 2006 Copyright. All rights reserved. http://www.usgwarchives.net/copyright.htm
Anact of assembly, passed March 1758, the 31st year of the reign of KingGeorge II, some of the militia were called out for service in theearly days of the French and Indian War, Annexed to this act, wasa schedule of the names of the militia officers and soldiers, andthe citizens who furnished provisions to that militia. Thisis the schedule pertaining to Fairfax County.
FAIRFAXCOUNTY. l.s. d. ToNicholas Minor, captain, 15 12 00 JosiasClapham, lieutenant, 00 7 16 WilliamTrammell, ensign, 00 5 4 ToCharles Martin, Francis Summers, Jesse Martin, serjeants, 3l.9s. 4d. each, 10 800 ToEdward Hardin, John Donaldson, William Calvin, Samuel JamesThomas, William Darns, Joshua Meaks, John Wren, WilliamShort Ridge, Samuel Jenkins, Samuel More, Richard Pell,William Bowling, Philip Merchant, George Valendingham, RobertBowling, Isaac Hussey, Benjamin Williams, Moses Howard,James Robinson, John Davis, Thomas Jenkins, Abraham Stiff,Joseph Adams, Joseph Bradley, Thomas Cartwright, FrancisAwbrey, Joshua Claypole, William O'Daniel, Thomas Saunders,Edward Rice, William Cottrill, John Car, Simon Shoemaker,John Shore, Joseph Martin, Peter Wilson, WilliamJackson, William M'Coy, Henry Townsend, Thomas Morgan,Thomas Ray, William Massey, Franklin Perry, George Shoemaker,2l. 12s. each, 117 00 00 Tocaptain James Hamilton, his pay and guards subsistence carrying soldiersto Winchester, 10 4 1
l.166 4 1