2 edition of General orders. Poughkeepsie, 25th March, 1782. found in the catalog.
General orders. Poughkeepsie, 25th March, 1782.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 44236|
|Contributions||Luske, Stephen, New York (State). Governor (1777-1795 : Clinton), New York (State). Legislature|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
In late March of , he enlisted for a term of nine months as a private in Captain Anthony Whelps Company of the First New York Regiment and served garrison duties at a place called Smiths Clove about eight miles distant from the river and ten miles from West Point. March 10th, , now living at Ludingtonville; Frances, wife of Rev. John L. Benedict; and Lewis, born May 1st. George Ludington, the second son, married Emiline C. Travis, and his family now reside in Carmel. From an old account book of Colonel Ludington's are taken the following memoranda: "Monday November
General Head-quarters — State of New York, Adjutant-General's Office, Albany, Ap General Orders, No. The Commander-in-Chief, in accordance with an act passed by the Legislature of this State, April 16th, , entitled "An act to authorize the embodying and equipment of a volunteer militia, and to provide for the public defense," and by a Resolution of the Board of State. The th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment was an infantry regiment in the Union Army during the American Civil War. It was mustered in Octo , and mustered out June 8, The regiment sustained 41 officers and men killed and mortally wounded, wounded but recovered, and 40 missing or captured, for a total of y: United States of America.
–8, "Josias Crego, (Stephen) was prob. born ca. and m. by licence dated 4 March , Annatje, dau. of John and Aeltje (Roos) Elsworth. He was of Poughkeepsie by [D: A; also noted in Henry Beekman ledger B, ELP box ] but was taxed in Brooklyn in and listed next to Aert Aertse and Capt. David Aertse. The first step was an answer to Armstrong’s address of March 10 in Washington’s general orders of the next day. Therein, the commander simply denied that the officers should meet that day per the address’s invitation, calling instead for a general meeting of the officer corps at .
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General orders. Poughkeepsie, 25th March, His Excellency the governor thinks proper to inform the officers to whom warrants have been issued under the act for raising two regiments for the defence of this state, on bounties of unappropriated lands that by a law passed at the present meeting of the Legislature, the time for completing those regiments, so as to entitle the officers to.
General Orders, 25 August Head Quarters Newburgh Sunday Augst 25th Parole Poland. Holland. Denmark. The Board of officers appointed to settle the rank of the subaltern Officers of the Connecticut Line have reported the following Arrangement—which the Commander in chief is pleased to approve and declare to be final—vizt.
These nine soldiers were among the one hundred men who had been transferred to the Commander in Chief’s Guard from various regiments at Valley Forge in March (see General Orders, 17, 18 Mar. ).Henry Desperate (Desperett, Despert) had enlisted in the 5th Pennsylvania Regiment in January Captured at Fort Washington, N.Y., on 16 Nov.
and exchanged a short time later, he. General orders. Poughkeepsie, 25th March, His Excellency the governor thinks proper to inform the officers to whom warrants have been issued under the act for raising two regiments for the defence of this state, on bounties of unappropriated lands that by a law passed at the present meeting of the Legislature, the time for completing.
General Orders of George Washington, Commander-in-Chief of the Army 1782. book the 25th March, Issued at Newburgh on the Hudson, [Compiler and Editor Major Edward C. Boynton] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. History. Brigade & General Orders from Hudson Highlands, Crom Pond, King's Ferry & Pompton, & Pluckemin, New Jersey.
Knox's Brigade of Artillery with Washington's Main 25th March, New York & New Jersey (Book 3) Octo - March 1, Revolutionary War American Courts-martial and courts of. General orders of George Washington, Commander-in-Chief of the Army of Revolution, issued at Newburgh on the Hudson, by United States.
Continental Army; Washington, George, ; Boynton, Edward C. (Edward Carlisle), Pages: General Orders: “Head Quarters Mr. Bankers. Staten Island 4th. July Officers to have as little baggage on Shore as possible, as the Brigades are liable to change their ground on the shortest notice.” Howe Orderly Book.
[General Orders are generally read in the evening for execution the following day. SR.] July 5. General Orders No. 38; Head Quarter, Department of Virginia and North Carolina, Fort Monroe, Va., November 25th, [(HAND SIGNED)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : (HAND SIGNED).
He was reported sick in June and admitted to the General Hospital at Fishkill in July. He died 5 August - Revolutionary War Records Ct 6th Regiment () Folder pa 18,21, 24 & 29; Service Records pages 5, 7 & 10; Record of Service of Connecticut Men in the I) War of the Revolution, II) War ofIII) Mexican War.
Full text of "General orders of George Washington, Commander-in-Chief of the Army of Revolution, issued at Newburgh on the Hudson, " See other formats. This special unit, the Commander in Chief's Guard, was formed on Ma with Captain Caleb Gibbs (formerly adjutant of the 14th Continental Regiment and appointed Aid to Major General Greene) as commander.
The unit protected Washington, the army's cash, and official papers. From the description of Orderly book kept by Major Gibbs, Marinus Willett Letterbook and Book of Regimental Orders May-November Fort Rensselaer and Albany, N.Y. Original accession number: This calendar to the Marinus Willett letterbook and book of regimental orders was created in Category Archive: Connecticut Light Infantry Lt William Linn (Lynn) July 4, pm Leave a Comment.
Birth: William Linn, son of Alexander and Mary Linn, was born at Haddam, Middlesex County, Connecticut on 31 December William Lynn had a brother, David Lynn, who served under him in the Revolutionary War. State of New-York. Head-quarters, Poughkeepsie, November [blank] General orders.
His Excellency the governor having been informed that the deficiency in the quota of this state, of troops, to serve in the Army of the United States, during the war, is Published: ().
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Issue: Abraham5, Louis5, David5, Joseph Jr. 5, Philip 5, James5, and Luther5. General George Washington Commander in Chief of the Continental Army provides General Orders for R egiment uniforms and buttons on November 13th “The Colonels upon the new establishment to settle, as soon as possible, with the Quartermaster General, the uniform of their respective regiments, that the Buttons may be properly numbered.
Fishkill Encampment In adjoining fields, barracks were built by Gen. Gates under orders of George Washington to accommodate an encampment of over 2, soldiers.
The Van Wyck home served as Army Headquarters for Gen. Gates, Gen. Putnam and Col. Hay. Frequent meetings were held here by Lafayette, Von Steuben, John Jay, Alexander.
The New York Line was created in consequence of the capture of Fort Ticonderoga by Ethan Allen on The Continental Congress resolved onto permit the Province of New York to maintain as many as 3, troops at Continental expense.
Under this authority, New York raised four regiments, each of some men, which were.Includes an exemption, dated Ap ; an extract of Special Orders #, of Dec. 10,sending Dixon from Camp Stokes (Greensboro, N.C.) to Salisbury, N.C., after having been pronounced unfit for field service; a furlough of Dec.
10,given to him for 15 days leave from the Salisbury Arsenal to Snow Camp; also a letter of March.In general orders the next morning [Ma ], he referred to the anonymous papers and the meeting. He expressed his disapprobation of the whole proceeding as disorderly; at the same time, he requested that the general and field officers, with one officer from each company, and a proper representation of the staff of the army, should.