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Muster Roll of a Company of Blacks Commanded by George Martin, Capt. , Taken at New York July 11 1777Muster Roll of a Company of Blacks Commanded by George Martin, Capt., Taken at Newport, Rhode Island, the 4th April 1777Muster Roll of Capt Caffin's Company in the King's Orange Rangers, Commanded by Lt.Col. Bayard Aug 1777List of the Ones Discharged from 76th Regiment, Shelburne, 1st Nov 1783Return of the Men Discharged from 80th Regiment, 3rd Nov 1783Muster Roll of Captain Daniel Cunningham's Company of the Loyal Nova Scotia Volunteer Regiment, Halifax 13th March 1778Muster Roll of Captain Thomas Green's Company of the Loyal Nova Scotia Volunteer Regiment, Halifax 13th March 1778A Return of His Majesty's Provincial Regiment of Nova Scotia Volunteers, Halifax, 13 May 1776List of Provincial Officers that served in North America, 1782; Nova Scotia VolunteersA Return of the Officers of the Loyal Nova Scotia Regiment with the Dates of Commissions, Halifax 23rd May 1778State of the Nova Scotia Volunteers and Independent Companies which are to be Incorporated by Order of His Excellency the Commander in Chief, 24 July 1781
Muster Roll of Captain George Henry Monk's Company of the Loyal Nova Scotia Volunteer Regiment, Halifax 13th March 1778Muster Roll of Captain George Vanputt's Company of the Loyal Nova Scotia Volunteer Regiment, HalifaxMuster Roll of Disbanded Officers, Discharged and Disbanded Soldiers and Loyalists taken in the County of Annapolis, betwixt the 18th and 24th of June 1784; Annapolis Royal 30th July 1784 List of Men, Women , Children and Servants Belonging to the late Royal North Carolina Regt. Settled and carrying Country Harbour 12th June 1784Rolls of the late South Carolina Royalists at Country Harbour, June 6, 1784Letter Relating to South Carolina Royalists at Country HarbourRoll of the Officers, Privates, Women, Children and Servants Of the late Kings Carolina Rangers Settled at Country Harbour
The following people deserve special thanks for their assistance in collecting and transcribing these records: P.D. Crowe, Ralph Nebiker, Randal Oulton, Bill Senke, Kim Stevens, Leon Stirm and Lark Szick.
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