Full text of "Memoirs of George Elers, captain in the 12th Regiment of foot 1777-1842 to which are added correspondence and other papers, with genealogy and notes" See other formats. Get this from a library! Memoirs of George Elers, captain in the 12th Regiment of foot 1777-1842 to which are added correspondence and other papers, with genealogy and notes. [George Elers; George Leveson-Gower; Augustus Debonnaire John Monson Monson]. Memoirs of George Elers, captain in the 12th Regiment of foot 1777-1842 to which are added correspondence and other papers, with genealogy and notes. By 1777-1842. George Elers, 1868- ed. 9th baron Augustus Debonnaire John Monson Monson and 1858-1951. George Leveson-Gower. Apr 23, 2019 · Memoirs of George Elers, Captain in the 12th Regiment of Foot 1777-1842 to which are added correspondence and other papers, with genealogy and notes 1903. He arrived in Madras page 58 Other.
Mar 13, 2020 · The 12th Regiment was formed in February 1777. Companies recruited men from Hampshire, Berkeley, Botetourt, Dunmore, and Prince Edward counties. State Troops recruited men from Botetourt, Augusta, Hampshire, and Frederick counties and West Augusta District. Field officers at Valley Forge were Colonel James Wood, Lt. Colonel John Neville, and Major George Slaughter.&91;2&93. 12th Regiment East Suffolk Details of all who served in the 1st Battalion, in Australia and New Zealand 1854 – 1867. Abbreviation Ballarat Bal Stationed at Ballarat during the Eureka Stockade. Lambing Flat LF-1 Lambing Flat - first riot LF-2 Lambing Flat - second riot. Apr 28, 2012 · 12th East Suffolk Regiment was their full title. After the reforms of 1881 they dropped the number and became the Suffolk Regiment, so you may find some information by googling the latter name. AT the time in question they had a 1st battalion and a reserve battalion. George went on to serve as Captain of Company F, North Carolina 17th Infantry Regiment. He lived an additional 47 years following the end of the Civil War. George Bullock Daniel died in Granville County, North Carolina on August 21, 1912 at the age of 73. Regiment 1775" and a "Seventh Regiment 1776." When a consolidation of several regiments was made, the new organization was sometimes labeled with the designations of the several regiments involved. An example is the Virginia organiza-tion designated the "Fourth, Eighth, and Twelfth Regiment.
Published in Life Of George Dewey, Rear Admiral, U. S. N., And Dewey Family History, edited by Adelbert M. Dewey, Westfield, MA, 1898, pages 266 - 271. George Ewing: Private/Ensign, 2nd New Jersey Regiment, 3rd New Jersey Regiment. Diary spans November 1775 - June 1778. Service at Forts Stanwix, Schuyler, Herkimer, and Ticonderoga, in Philadelphia. Feb 04, 2020 · History. Organized Febuary 1777 from Hampshire, Berkeley, Botetourt, Dunmore, and Prince Edward Counties plus State Troops from Botetourt, Agusta, Hampshire, Frederick Counties and West Agusta District. The statistics of losses during that period show that of all the regular regiments the 12th stands fourth in the total of deaths including killed, died of wounds, disease, or in prison. The number that died in prison, 77, exceeds that in any other regular regiment, and indeed is one of the largest in the entire army. Memoirs of George Elers captain in the 12th regiment of foot 1777-1842. [George Elers; Augustus Debonnaire John Monson Monson, 9th baron; George Granville Leveson Gower]. to which are added correspondence and other papers with genealogy and notes, ed. from the original mss. by Lord Monson and George Leveson Gower. http:\/\/worldcat.
To complement the website’s indexing of Continental Army orderly books, this section profiles the other most beneficial source for “micro” study of individual army units, that being the collection of unit “rolls” available via microfilm through the National Archives system. Being composed of 138 reels of microfilmed contemporary manuscript documents, the title of Record Group M-246. Memoirs of George Elers, captain in the 12th Regiment of foot 1777-1842 to which are added correspondence and other papers, with genealogy and notes. Tuite, g.v.Wybrow, Dr. and Mrs., 162Wyndham, INIiss.
12th East Suffolk Regiment of Foot Formed in 1685, designated as 12th Regiment in 1751. Assigned to Canada from 1858 - 1861. No mention of Canada is made in "Records and Badges", the regiment was in England in 1857 and went to India in 1864. 13th 1st Somersetshire Regiment of Foot Formed in 1685, designated as 12th Regiment in 1751. The Suffolk Regiment was an infantry regiment of the line in the British Army with a history dating back to 1685. It saw service for three centuries, participating in many wars and conflicts, including the First and Second World Wars, before being amalgamated with the Royal Norfolk Regiment to form the 1st East Anglian Regiment Royal Norfolk and Suffolk in 1959 which, in 1964, was further. May 18, 2012 · 2. Hugh Montel, Captain, 11th Foot, Ensign on 31 Jul 1858, promoted Captain by purchase on 21 Aug 1867, retired in Feb 1878, later a tea planter of Scarborough and Annandale Estates, Maskeliya, Ceylon, b. 21 Feb 1840 at Sydenham, bapt St. George’s, Bloomsbury, m. Mar 20, 2018 · The 11th Regiment was formed in February 1777. The 11th Regiment was also known as Morgan's Rifles. Companies recruited men from Loudoun, Frederick, Prince William, and Amelia counties. Field officers at Valley Forge were Colonel Daniel Morgan, Lt. Colonel John Cropper, Major Thomas Snead, and Major Thomas Massie.. Mar 12, 2010 · Memoirs of George Elers: Captain in the 12th Regiment of foot 1777-1842 to which are added correspondence and other papers, with genealogy and notes. Editors Sir George Granville Leveson-Gower, Augustus Debonnaire John Monson Monson 9th baron PublisherD. Appleton and Co., 1903.
In honor and remembrance of the ancestors who served with this regiment, lest they be forgotten, this regimental history is dedicated to: Bowlen Bowlin G. Hall a second cousin three times removed was born in 1838 in Lowndes County, Georgia, the son of Enoch Hall and Sarah Selph.On 25 March 1866 when Bowlen was 28, he married Julia Phillips, daughter of Levi Phillips and Chole Wheeler. Raised as 2nd Battalion, 12th Regiment of Foot 1756, reconstituted as 65th Regiment of Foot 1758. 1881: 1st Battalion, The York and Lancaster Regiment: Disbanded 1968. 66: 66th Regiment of Foot Pepperell's 1745–1749: 1741 Raised September 1745 in New England. Disbanded 1749. 66th Regiment of Foot 1758–1782. Feb 04, 2020 · History. Organized Feburary 1777 from Loudoun, Frederick, Prince William, and Amelia Counties. Entered Valley Forge with 326 men assigned, but only 81 fit for duty. Georgia 12th Infantry Regiment HISTORICAL NOTES: The 12th Georgia Infantry completed its organization in June of 1861 at Richmond, Va. Its members were from the counties of Sumter, Jones, Macon, Calhoun, Muscogee, Dooly, Putnam, Bibb, Lowndes and Marion. Upon its arrival in western Virginia, the regiment was assigned to H. R. Jackson's command. Index to Compiled Service Records of Revolutionary War Soldiers Who Served in the American Army in Georgia Military Operations 1775-1783. Source: National Archives Microfilm M1051. Facebook Pinterest StumbleUpon Delicious Tumblr Twitter Evernote Gmail Print Friendly Like.
CAPTAIN ROBERT GEORGE’S COMPANY IN THE ILLINOIS REGIMENT, VIRGINIA STATE FORCES, COMMANDED BY GEN GEORGE ROGERS CLARK AT FORT NELSON KY, 31 AUG 1782 Transcribed and annotated by C. Leon Harris [E. M. Sanchez-Saavedra A Guide to Virginia Military Organizations in the American Revolution, 1774-1787. Westminster MD: Heritage Books, 1978. The Re-created 17th Regiment of Infantry was established in the early 2000’s with the mission is to provide for its members and the public the experiences of the common British soldier throughout the conflict, and more specifically at historic sites from the Hudson River Valley to Virginia. George Gilchrist Major “ Robert Gamble Captain “ John Gillison “ ” Robert Green Lieutenant “ Gabriel Green “ ” Francis Gray Lieut Infantry John Gibson Ensign “ James Gunn Captain 1st Dragoons William Gray Lieutenant “ Thomas Glasscock [Thomas Glascock] “ ”. 12th Regiment Cavalry "Wright's" State Guards 12th Battalion Cavalry State Guards 13th Regiment Cavalry: 15th Battalion Cavalry State Guards 16th Regiment Cavalry: 16th Battalion Cavalry State Guards 18th Regiment Cavalry: 19th Battalion Cavalry: 20th Battalion Cavalry. Note—The foregoing contains a List of all the Soldiers which are to be found either upon the Pay Rolls, or Muster Rolls—The Party of Recruits which joind at Wills Creek after the Battle of the Meadows—The Men who receivd the present of a Pistole from the Country as an acknowledgment of their Gallant Behaviour upon that occasion—and the Detachment which marchd to Augusta sometime after.
The 2nd South Carolina Regiment was raised on June 6, 1775, at Charleston, South Carolina, for service with the Continental Army. The regiment saw action at the Siege of Savannah and the Siege of Charleston. The regiment was captured by the British Army at Charleston on May 12, 1780, together with the rest of the Southern Department. The.
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